Council Bluffs, Iowa
Young Dp's seek new life in Iowa
Four more handled by Lutheran welfare
DES MOINEs, ^ 4- Four more European young people have found new life in Iowa in recent months through the Lutheran Welfare society. This brings to 15 the number being aided by the society.
"The four, one Estonian boy, one Estonian girl and two White Russian boys, have been placed in private homes and they are getting along fine," George Westby, executive director of the society, said Saturday.
"Three are in cities and one is in a town," he continued, adding: Goal Citizenship.
"Their goal is citizenship. It means more to them than it does to most of us." From Behind Iron Curtain.
The 15 European youths have come to the society in the last year and a half. They came from Lativa, Estonia, Germany, and Hungary.
Armilde Saar-She is 18, an Estonian and the second European girl to be accepted by the society. She also spent time in a displaced persons camp, but c
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