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When a child has a life-threatening illness, most people concede there’s nothing that can be done. But there is. Each child has a dream. Or a need. Or a wish. The sole ambition of Make-A-Wish is to grant these wishes. You can make a contribution to help other children experience their dream come true. Call the Make-A-Wish Foundation at 1-800-722-WISH.



It’s not easy to give up the idea of a perfect world. We want to think of our parents as being perfect, we search for perfect relationships, and perfect solutions to our problems. It is indeed a constant struggle to separate the real from the ideal, to see in our imperfection an essential element of our humanness. We can all remember the most beloved children’s stories that always seemed to end with the prince, in all his perfection and heroic, romantic splendor, galloping off with the heroine with her virtually flawless characteristics, united for all time in their perfect love. A currently popular theory holds that from these fantasies, an indelible impression is formed of true love and happily-ever-aftering ... one that persists into the realities of the adult world.



Tonight, two-thirds of the world’s population will go to bed hungry. That’s over three hundred million men, women, and children. To most of us, that’s just a statistic, nothing that really touches our lives. But in many parts of the world, it’s an everyday fact of life and death. It doesn’t have to be that way. Please send a check to the UNITED NATIONS RELIEF FUND. 1 Boardwalk Plaza, Ocean City, MD 10023. Help us help the hungry.



When you look at the news, it's easy to forget our world isn't just war and conflict. At Newsweek, we know you're looking for more. So, we stir the soul -- with the cry of a baby -- the birth of an idea -- the making of a champion -- a masterpiece in art. At Newsweek, we do more than report the news -- at Newsweek, we report to you. NEWSWEEK. More than just the news.



The movie theatre has been a much-needed refuge during times of trouble....During the Depression, viewers were swept away by the sunny-natured Shirley Temple, making them forget about their troubles for a while. It was farewell to all the worries and cares of the day. When the PARAMOUNT THEATER opened its doors, we forgot about names like Hitler and Mussolini. It was time instead to unwind and dream a little. The PARAMOUNT introduced new young singers like Frank Sinatra, and showed films with big stars like Clark Gable and Betty Hutton. These were the times that tried men's souls, but the glitz and glamour of Hollywood kept us distracted and entertained. We retained our perspective, and most importantly, allowed ourselves to hold onto our national sense of humor.


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