Rosemary Klineberg ’57 participated in the New York Times Youth Forum, a televised discussion of the question “Can the World Achieve Arms Control?”  The guest participant, Philippine Ambassador Carlos P. Romulo said, “There must be arms control.  We have to devote all our energies, heart and soul, to this paramount problem.”  His son, Roberto, a student at Georgetown, concurred as did the other student participants, a cadet from West Point and students from Fairleigh-Dickinson University and from Clark University.  Miss Klineberg differed from Cadet Richard White’s view that a United Nations “police force” might gradually achieve arms control.  She favored world disarmament in stages, but, she said, “it should be part of a complete plan.”     The New York Times