Des Moines Tribune from Des Moines, Iowa on April 27, 1966 · 7
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Des Moines Tribune from Des Moines, Iowa · 7

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Page 7 De Moinej Tribunn W.d April 27, 194 iNs... "' : "4J .iiiiiirWv t : ff-'V ' -Hit in Ttrrm-r'':t; gfi :- . 'Jf Today thru Saturday Quakers Won't Get $2.6 Million OAKLAND, CALIF, (AP) -Codicils to the will of the late Ernst D. van Loben Sels create a charitable foundation with the bulk of his $2.6-miilion estate. His original will, filed Monday, named the American Friends Service Committee, the Quaker welfare organization, as the chief beneficiary. Atty. John M. Burnett said the later codicils, disclosed Tuesday, did not reflect any disenchantment with the Quaker group. "He just decided that his charitable goals could be better served through his own foundation," Burnett said. Van Loben Sels, who was board chairman of the Bangorj and Aroostock Railroad in I Governor: No Report On Amish Gov. Harold Hughes reiterated Wednesday that he has not been officially notified of the latest dispute between the Amish in the Hazleton area and public school officials. Hughes emphasized, however, that both sides the Amish parents and Oelwein school officials clearly understood terms of an agreement worked out earlier this year by the governor. The governor said that any new dispute would be "my problem" because the agreement that was to have settled the three-year-long controversy was arranged through him. "Violation" N. J. Kjar, chairman of the Oelwein School Board, said Maine, died last September at 85. Wirf photo (AP) fflgg Three year study Job Corps enrolled. Marie Brown (left), Wa hington. I). C, and Vicky Curtis, Indianapolis, Ind were among the first arrivals at the fashionable Poland Spring Hotel In Poland Spring, Me. Job Corps: Plush Hotel POLAND SPRING, MAINE (AP) A dozen young women have begun new lives as Job Corps trainees at the plush, sprawling Poland Spring Hotel, the nation's largest Job Corps center for women. , shows an apple-a-day helps reduce tensions, listlessness, headaches. Tuesday that Old Order Amish parents are guilty of a "definite violation" of the agreement. The latest dispute is the result of several disagreements, some of which have been festering since the agreement between the school official and the Amish was put into effect in February. Kjar said the board has learned that Amish will stop sending their children to two country schools May 11, more than three weeks before the June 3 date for summer closing of Oelwein district schools. "Understood' j Hughes said Wednesday that The young women the first to arrive came by bus Tuesday. They were greeted by Dr. Bennetta B. Washington, national director of women's centers for the Job Corps. Dr. Washington said the YOU SM '38.50 is mouths to m sort will house 1,080 trainees. Dr. Washington said training would be in the fields of "household occupations, business, clerical and industrial occupations, retail and community services." new center "symbolizes our dedication for reaching out to greater numbers of this nation's 500,000 disadvantaged young women, aged 16-21." Eventually the former re the Amish "have not broken any! i. . r itmi i r i agreement, to this point at Clinton Driver Killed in Crash Executive Dead CLINTON, OKLA. (AP)-H. CLINTON, 1A. (AP)-Thomas least." He said understood Amish dearly; McBathi 43, of Clinton was tion machine in the west part of A. 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