PHILANTHROPY: People to People

In almost three years of war, the 20 million people of South Korea have counted 1,000,000 civilian casualties, 9,000,000 displaced persons, 300,000 widows, 100,000 orphans, 500,000 homes destroyed. In Manhattan last week, a humanitarian effort got under way to enlist more private American help for Korea's destitute civilians. Its sponsor: the newly organized American-Korean Foundation, chaired by Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower, the President's brother and head of Pennsylvania State College (see THE HEMISPHERE). Its objective: "the warm, personal assistance of people to people." Its first fund-raising target: $5,000,000.

The foundation's program will be a supplement to the vast, basic job...

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