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Taking care of some of the abandoned babies in the nursery of the Chonju Presbyterian Medical Center, in Southwestern Korea is Head Nurse Mrs. Frank Keller.  The U.S. Economic Assistance program is making available 50 grams of milk powder each day to each of these children and to all other boys and girls in orphanages and similar welfare institutions in the Republic of Korea.  Of the 162 orphans taken care of by this hospital since 1950, 112 have been adopted into homes.


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