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Public Urged to Help
'Mop Up' in Korean
Clothing Collection
Korean clothing drive offi
cials today called on Washing
ton area residents to aid the
“mop-up” of yesterday's door
to-door canvass by taking un
collected bundles to the nearest
fire house.
At least 500.000 pounds of
clothing and blankets for desti
tute Korean civilians this win
ter were piled up yesterday.
The Washington Area Com
mittee of American Relief for
Korea believed that additional
clothing to achieve the 750,000-
pound area goal was available,
but volunteer collectors were not
able to reach all homes.
The bundles may be taken,
through Friday, to neighborhood
firehouses in the District and
nearby Virginia and Maryland
communities. The Salvation
Army, which helped in yester
day’s operations, will pick them
up.
Leaders of the drive, whose
general chairman was Mrs. Os
car L. Chapman, expressed grat
ification. They were particularly
pleased at the good condition of
the donations.
The collection Included a num-
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In Welsh , It's TV,
But in Javanese
It Still Smells
By the Associated Press
CARDIFF, Wales, May 25.
"Teledu,” which in English dic
tionaries means “the stinking
badger of Java and Sumatra,” is
the new official Welsh word for
j television.
In the Welsh language it means
“recording at a distance.”
“Teledu” was announced yes
terday as the winner in a compe
tition held by the British Broad
casting Corp., which had been
unable to sell the Welsh on "rad
lunio” or “radio picture.”
The stinking badger is also
known as “the Javanese skunk.”
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ber of fur coats, good bedding, a
custom-made pair of fancy rid
ing breeches, full dress shirts,
shoes and many other items.
Mrs. Gerhardt van Arkel, 2001
Foxhall road N.W., one of the
precinct chairmen, reported that
the donations also included such
inevitable things as tennis balls,
a dog toy and a box of discarded
eye glasses.
Commenting on the zeal of the
volunteers, Mrs. van Arkel said
one man visited 175 apartments
during the drive. She said some
of the workers started before
noon and were still bringing in
collections at 5 p.m.
Dulles Off for Rest
On Turkish Island
By the Associated Press
ISTANBUL. Turkey, May 25.
—United States Secretary of
State Dulles and the officials
with him on a Middle East tom
arrived here by air from Pak
istan today for a one-day rest.
Mr. Dulles declined to make
any comment to newsmen and
refused to allow photographs to
be taken. The party left im
mediately for the Marmora Sea
resort of Pinkipo Island.
Mr. Dulles and Mutual Secur
ity Administrator Stassen leave
for Ankara, Turkey’s capital, for
an official visit tomorrow before )
flying Wednesday to Athens.
Winding up a busy three davs
of conferences in Karachi last
night, Mr. Dulles told a news
conference he would return to 1
Washington after his 20-day trip
“with no disposition to meddle
in the affairs of others, but witn
a keen realization that what hap- j
pens in this part of the world has
world-wide repercussions.”
Speaking of Middle . Eastern
defense against Communist ag
gression, Mr. Dulles said he did
“not have any firm view as to the
precise organization which might
develop.”
“I believe, in general,” he said,
"that collective security organi
zations are more solid as they
reflect not only strategic factors,
but unity of culture and faith.”
I Saltonstall to Address
Nava! Academy Graduates
By th* Associated Press
ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 25.
Senator Saltonstall, Republican,
of Massachusetts, will address
the 1953 graduating class at the
Naval Academy here June 5.
The class, numbering 924, will
be the 113th at the school and
the second largest since the
academy’s founding in 1845.
Senator Saltonstall, chairman
of the Senate Committee on
Armed Services and majority
whip, will be introduced to the
8,117 ticket holders in Dalgren
Hall by Vice Admiral C. Turner
Joy, academy superintendent.
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