Letters, Mar. 18, 1946

A Home for UNO

Sirs:

UNO, as much as I can gather about them in the papers and your magazine, seems to more interested in finding a central recreation spot than in mending the world's problems. . . . Why not set up a Quonset hut for them with hard chairs and with windows overlooking one of the cemeteries of Iwo Jima? Maybe they'd forget their country clubs and get down to business. . . .

Vic KASPER

Astoria, Ore.

UNO v. UNOW

Sirs:

TIME and the world generally seem to have tacitly accepted the abbreviation...

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