Education: Help on Wheels

The assortment of freight cars making their way across the nation last week was obviously on no ordinary mission. When the cars left Manhattan, they had been blessed by a cardinal, a rabbi and an Episcopal bishop, had pulled out to a chorus of God Bless America. They carried boxes and crates of supplies ranging from drugs and machinery to pencils. Destination of the cargo: Korea.

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Foundation, the "train" is one of several that are proceeding by different routes to the West Coast. At each large city, trains will stop, collect more boxes and cars. By journey's end at...

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