The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 02, 1951, Page PAGE 4, Image 4

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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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United Nations . . .
Apartment Of State
Reports NU Project
The University experimental
branch of the United Nations will
be seen and read throughout the
world. ,
Richard C. Thompson, who is
connected with the oversea -branch
of the state departmen
was sent to Nebraska Oct 22, t
write a story and take pictures o
United Nations functions in Nc
bra ska.
- Most of the story will be
based on the leadership of the
Tnlversity in Introducing the
teaching of United Natlonr
functions throughout the Ne
braska school system. Picture
have been taken of the Interna
tional Friendship dinner, the
-nolel meeting of the United
Nations Security Council and
the display of world runes in
Grant Memorial.
Thompson interviewed house
wives, storekeepers, policemen,
', teachers and other individuals
i representing different occupations
in Nebraska. The general question
vas, "Do you feel that it is for
he best interests of Nebraska to
we a strong United Nations?"
Thompson stated that this in
rmation will be used in film
rips, magazine articles, photo
aph displays and Sunday roto
avure sections to be sent over
as. None of this information will
shown in the United States.
Rehires and copy will go on
le as "United Nations functions
t the University of Nebraska."
Prom this file, researchers and
editors can put together any kind
of story they might want.
RC To Name
New Chairman
For First Aid
A new chairman for the Red
Cross stadium project .will be
named today at a meeting of Red
Cross workers in the Union at 3
p.m.
First-aiders, qualified by par
ticipation in a regulation first-aid
course, have been chosen to help
with the project which offers as
sistance to injured or ill Nebraska
football fans.
The project was initiated this
year by Red Cross president Joan
Hanson in an effort to cut down
the time which usually elapses
between an accident or. illness
and the actual treatment.
j nit? just-am uuuuia 4UC oci iih
in the four corners or the stadi
um and Red Cross workers are
j stationed at various points
throughout the stadium where
they may scan the crowd
AUF Selects 9 Top Workers;
Armstro. DSf Outstanding
Fifty-nine awards 'w.o pre
sented to outstanding AUF work
ers Thursday evening. ; Phyllis
Armstrong received the "Worker
of the Year" award, and Ann
Gilligan and Joy Wachal were
recognized as the outstanding
publicity and solicitations work
ers, respectively.
Solicitations, runners-up are
Donna Folmer and Stan Sipple.
Shirley Ledingham is publicity
runner-up.
Special awards went to the
Rev. Rex Knowles, Lewis Horn,
Chancellor Gustavson and Don
ald Olsn. Special student
I awards were given to Sarah
1 Fulton, Ann Barger, and Joan
I Fike.
Solicitations awards were" pre
isented by Adele Coryell, publica
tions awards by Ann Barger and
special awards by AUF President
Sarah Fulton and Secrtary Joan
Hanson.
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Other AUF workers to be recog
nized were: Betty Stratton,
George McQueen, Sally Hall,
Nancy Pumphrey, Gretchen Gee
sen, Eldon Weseley, Ann Hunting
Charlotte Veta, Rose Ann Stiffler,
Joe Whiteman, James Bischof, and
Phyllis Kuerl,
Stanley Sipple, Robert John
son, ce Holmquist, Sheldon
Jacobs, Richard Gerlaoh, Wal
lace Loerch, Demon Magill,
Gordon Morphew, Dan Tolman,
.Marshall Kushner, Ron Smaha,
Robert Gilmore, -.y Sommers,
Ruth Gates, and Connie Gordon.
Gladys Johnson, Jack Russell,
larily Homquist, Ann McKamy,
?hyllis Moyer, Damaris Riddell,
Shirley Coy, Robert Hasebroock,
Diane Hinman. Onuaeilike Ok-
Lilly, Jen Scholtz, Charney Taub,
Mary Louise Forney, Gloria Sell,
Jeannette Lazear, Janice Ringle,
and Mildred Athey.
Dr. Frank Glide Reviews
Social Security Problem
The time has arrived when
American citizens ought to stop
In which it fails to fit the fact.
First, he said, human beings
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"fuzzy thinking" and begin are noi innerenuy iZy . muuu
..... . I fact is that public relief is given
searching their minds and con-in amoUnts, he add-
sciences for the faults and virtues ej, a third fact, he said, is that
of government social security pro-; most people find public assistance
a distasteful necessity.
"I believe that neither our pres
ent social security program nor
the extensions of it which lie
ahead of us are any cause for
shedding tears," Glick said. "You
must face the difficult problems
which it poses in public policy
and administration.
grams.
This was the advice given
Thursday morning by Dr. Frank
Glick, head of the University
Graduate School of Social Work,
in an address to the ninth annual
Nebraska Social Work institute.
"Many citizens believe that
social security ... is a bad
thing," Dr. Glick said. "The fi
nal conclusion is that people
are on social security because
they would rather not provide
for themselves." ,
v Glick said that the idea that
public assistance created de
pendency in old age is an old
and tenacious idea which
sounds plausible except that
there are several importan ways
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