Southwest Iowans into the carload o'
ship Train when it arrives in Council Blufffs Nov. 12.
With the idea just getting started the middle of this week, here's what you and your neighbors are beginning to do.
Clarinda's Lions club has announced plans to help collect contributions in east Page county. President Lee Hintz reported Clarinda and rural school children are going to be asked to cooperate with contributions admitting them to special movies in Clarinda next week on Thursday and Saturday. Committee Named
A committee in Pacific Junction has been appointed by Mayor John Lutter. Its members are Mrs. Lola Boquette, Mrs. Harry Arnold, and Louis Boyles.
Boone has reported its citizens will try and add two carloads of grain to the train when it passes through there Nov. 13.
Thursday night the Council Bluffs comrnittee, headed by William Keenan, met and decided to
s are joining asked to give a few bushels \pf corn or wheat, taking them to elevator, receiving credit and
t<|add at least a ieatlo the Friend -
sending that to the committee.
All contributions will be used to buy the carload of wheat, or more if additional money is received.
The Associated Press says the train is scheduled to pull out of Los Angeles Nov. 7 with eight cars of food.
Elaborate send-off ceremonies presided over by California's Gov. Earl Warren, plus a Hollywood parade, will mark the train's leaving.
Here Over Night. A partial itinerary shows the train arriving in Council Bluffs at 10:30 p. m. Nov. 12, staying here over night and leaving at 8:30 a. m. Nov. 13.
Council Bluffs and southwest Iowa folks are asked to make check contributions and mail them to the Friendship Train Food committee, care of th£ Council Bluffs Chamber of Commerce.---- J?
Grain contributed by farmers may be converted in to cash at elevators and the money sent
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