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Pacific Stars and Stripes, Dec. 12, 1951

Buffalo Men Collect Clothes For Korea

NEW YORK (AP)- A National Guard convoy arrived here Saturday night from Buffalo, N.Y., with more than 100,000 pounds of clothing bound for Korea.

The convoy of 21 trucks and four military vehicles carried collections from the Buffalo area for the "clothes for Korea" drive to aid refugees.

The convoy was met at the George Washington Bridge by a police escort, which accompanied it down Broadway to 36th Street, then through the Queens-Midtown tunnel to the American Relief for Korea, Inc., which is seeking a nationwide total of 10,000,000 tons of clothing.


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