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IR C Attends U.N. Since the fo n n in g of the International Relations Club two years ago, it has become one of the m ore active clubs in the high school. T his year on March 17, 18, and 19 the delegates m et in Santa P'e for the T h ird A nnual Model U nited Nations Convention. Twelve schools from th ro u g h o u t the state p a r­ ticipated in this year’s session, representing the nations in th e U.N. Security Council. This year Los •Alamos rep resen ted the Republic of Bolivia, bringing forth the views of that country on the India-Pakistan struggle over K ashm ir and the Jo rd a n River dispute.

Ciarv Brown, representing Bolivia, discusses a mai­ ler brought forth during a session.

Many limes delegates are seen during the sessions in costumes representing their assigned country.

The Los Alamos delegation gathers around Mr. Shinn, sponsor, to discuss plans for the day at the Model U.N. A view of the entire Model U.N. body shows the many interested persons who are concerned with the purpose, functions, and duties of the U.N.

During a break in the session, Los Alamos delegates gather to­ gether for discussion of Bolivia’s position.

Los Alamos Public School 1966 Yearbook  

Los Alamos Public School 1966 Yearbook

Los Alamos Public School 1966 Yearbook  

Los Alamos Public School 1966 Yearbook