NEW YORK: Operation Whalen

With its Iranian sprain nearly healed, the United Nations could settle back and think about their lease on The Bronx's Hunter College. But not for long. The lease expired May 15, and New York City, the owner, was hinting that it wanted Hunter back for its dispossessed young females.

This development did not seem to depress the delegates in the least—even though their governments had spent $250,000 to give the college a global air. Hunter was not really big enough. Already, Secretary General Trygve Lie had a line on a likely spot for...

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