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Mrs. Houston Park to Aid National U. Fund Drive Mrs. Houston S. Park, ,ir„ Wash ington attorney, has been named to head the Women’s Alumni Committee of the National Uni versity School of Law’s build ing and devel opment drive. Announce ment of her ap pointment was made yesterday by William H. Dyer, general chairman o f the drive. The campaign will be con ducted during Novem ber- .. „ t Mrs. Park, Mr! p‘rk’ who lives' at 2909 Thirty-third place N.W., is a native of Wash ington and a graduate of National University and Sweet Briar Col lege. She is vice president of the university alumni association and a member of the District Bar As sociation. The drive, which has a goal of $100,000, is an attempt to raise funds needed for scholarships, en dowment of chairs, building ac quisitions and renovation of the present plant. Bloodmobile Visits Set In Virginia, Hagerstown The Red Cross Bloodmobile will visit Virginia and Maryland com munities this week. 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