Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 25, 1970 · Page 13
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 13

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 25, 1970
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TT JH.C This basset hound proudly displays its Los Angeles dog license, which is cast in the shape of the city hallt T1 ^ e composite photo emphasizes the tag, which . . is slightly longer than one Inch and can be worn comfortably by a miniature poodle, according to the city's Department of Animal Regulation. 4-H Club News Activities of Carroll Area Boys, Girls Clubs GURNZSKIM THE NON-FAT MILK WITH . . , TASTE-ABILITY •fHIDERSOn ERICKSOn DAIRY CO. HALBUR — The regular meeting of the Halbur Happy Lassies 4-H Club was held Nov. 9 in the school auditorium. The meeting was called to order by Janell Eischeid, president. Roll call was "A healthful and tasty snack." Business was the installation of new officers. They are: president, Vicki Wittrock; vice president, Sharon Hacker; secretary, Linda Dentlinger; historian, Nancy Dentlinger. Talks were given by Jane Riesberg on "Today's Girl"; Kristy Koenig on "Correct Size Pan for Baking"; Joleen Riesberg on "Cooking with Cheese" and by Cheryl Eischeid on "Qualities of a Well-Groomed 4-H'er". Hostesses were Sandra Sibbel and Cheryl Eischeid assisted by their mothers, Mrs. John Sibbel and Mrs. Louis Eischeid. There were 15 visitors present. WOMEN DRINKING FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Both sides have taken an argument over serving women drinks at the bar to the Court of Appeals, which will rule later this year. Meantime, a lower court ruling allowing women to do so is in force through an injunction. The state Alcoholic Beverage Control Board is trying to keep the current prohibition on the books. Awakening Nation Seeks Information USIS Exports the American Way in Portugal By RALPH NOVAK LISBON (NEA) - The business is export, the merchandise is America, wrapped in bright colors, shining achievements and well-polished democracy, and the seller, here as in 100 other countries, is the U.S. Information Service (USIS.) "You have to Mil yourself," said Stephen W. Bel- dania, public affairs officer at tht USIS offlet her*. "No other country It going to do It for you," The U.S. Information Agency (USIA), parent agency for the USIS offices, has $183 million to spend in fiscal 1971 and is spending it on packaging Ameri- ca - in books, movies, radio ; that each day draws an average and television programs, exhib- of 300 Portuguese visitors, many I its, English lessons, study tours, | of them students, with a cross-1 concerts and lectures, among I section of books and magazines. other things. almost all of them in English. The most fertile area for USIS in Portugal is television, which is still a relatively new phenomenon. "We can place one of our films — usually a travelogue sort of thing — on TV here and be reasonably sure 5 million people will see it," Baldanza said. "The Portuguese are in the stage now where they watch everything that comes on the screen, the way we were back in the States around 1950." USIS also runs a library here Although Baldanza acknowledges that he complied with i a 1969 directive from Frank Shakespeare, President Nixon's appointee as USIA chief, to "balance" USIS libraries by adding political conservative books, the Lisbon library still has more books by John Kenneth Galbraith than by William Buckley and books about or by Lyndon Johnson outnum- | ber those about or by President i Nixon 10-4. (Hubert Humphrey ieven leads Spiro Agnew, 4-2.) Three Join VFW Auxiliary (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — Mrs. Donald Mohr, Mrs. Robert Barsby and Mrs. John Moeller were initiated into the VFW Auxiliary at its regular meeting on Thurs day evening, Nov. 19. Following the initiation ceremonies, the regular order of business was conducted by President Grace S c h a t z. The 6th District meeting will be at Manson Dec. 6. Virginia Johnson, rehabilitation chairman, told of needs of the VA hospitals at Christmas, The unit voted to send money gifts to seven VA and state hospitals. Susan Schilling, junior leader, stated that the junior family party would be at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 13. Helen Pratt reported on American Field Service activities. Evelyn Borkowski and her committee will pack baskets at Thanksgiving for shut- ins. Mrs. Schatz announced that the VFW pheasant hunt resulted in 52 birds, which will be cooked and s e r v e d to Plaza residents on Dec. 10. The junior unit will make favors for this dinner, and the senior unit will purchase candy for the nut- cups. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nulle will hold a reception at the hall on Dec. 19 in observance of their 50th wedding anniversary. The AFS student in Manning will appear at a potluck dinner in February. The Pearl Harbor Day banquet will be served on Dec. 5. Contributions were made to Happy Holidays and the Iowa Cottage at Eaton Rapids, Mich. Members are reminded to bring contributions for a Girl Scout banner and flags to the Christmas meeting. Slightly more than one- quarter of the total land area of the world is used for agriculture, according to Encyclo- paedia Britannica. Auto License Information... ADDRESS CHANGED? Tell Us So Your Plates Don't Go Astray. IF UNABLE TO SEND 1970 RECEIPT-Advise The Number in Upper Right Hand Corner of Registration For Identification. You may now order your 1971 Motor Vehicle Licenses (no reservations). The plates will go on sale December 1. However, we will process the orders as they are received, and have the plates ready to mail. NO SPECIAL NUMBERS RESERVED If your auto was registerd in another county last year (1970), you must request the former County Treasurer to forward your records to our office before we may issue your license plates. Order Early — Help Us Help You ernice Williams Carroll County Treasurer Farewell Party for Mrs. Siebels (Times Herald News Service) WESTSIDE - Mr. and Mrs. Menne Jurgens and Irene were hosts for a farewell party Friday evening honoring Mrs. Christan Siebels of Walle-Aurich, West Germany. Other guests included John Lubinus of Poca- honibas and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Poppens and her brothers from Gilmore City. Mrs. Siebels has been a houseguest at the Jurgens home since Sept. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Jurgens and Mrs. Siebels left Wednesday for Chicago where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Manfred Jurgens and family. Saturday evening, Mrs. Siebels will leave by plane for Germany. L. C. Thiedeman and Lydia Thiedeman were hosts for the 500 card club Monday evening. The high prizes were won by Lydia Thiedeman and William Kock; and the second prizes by Mrs. William Kock and Harry Peterson. Len Powers and Stacia Robinson of Vail accompanied Mrs. Conrad Schoessler to Omaha Tuesday where Mr. Powers had a check-up. Later, they all visited at the Orville Neppl home in Omaha. Times Herald, Corroll, la. Wednesday, Nov. 25, 1970 In Portugal, where Baldanza has been stationed for four years, the USIS job was a thankless one until 1968, when long-time dictator Antonio Salazar became ill and was replaced by Marcelo Caetano as prime minister. Salazar had maintained his country in a low-key anti-American pout because he was irked by American refusal to support Portugal when India grabbed the old Portuguese colony of Goa and when the Portuguese became involved in fighting black nationalists in their African colonies. Caetano's policies over the last two years, however, have opened things up for USIS in particular and Americans in general. U.S. tourists are being courted, so much so that TWA has opened 747 service to Lisbon and is drumming up a see- Portugal campaign. The Portuguese have instituted English as a mandatory language in their schools. And people here are beginning to show more interest in America. "Portugal is awakening, wanting to be part of the world picture," Baldanza says. "So people are starting to come to us, where be- fore we had to go to them. They're coming to us for books and even with questions about things like how our unions and press system work." The Portuguese showed special interest in American moon explorations, Baldanza said, and they're now beginning to be concerned with pollution problems. But there Is still a residue of misinformation about the United States that the Portuguese gleaned from cowboy and gangster movies, American TV shows, and press reports — slanted and otherwise —about U.S. problems with race, drugs, crime and young people. "Our job is to present the other side of America," Baldanza said. "Propaganda is a loaded word, so we try to correct the image other people have of us." Baldanza has been correcting images for 29 years — In Brazil, Afghanistan, Israel, Congo (Leopoldville) and Ethiopia before Porlugal — which makos his career longer than the life of USIA, which was formed in 1953 to combine overseas propa- i ganda activities that had pre- j viously been under various ' agencies. ! ; Baldanza is one of only two i USIS Americans in Lisbon in I an operation that includes 14 Portuguese and an over-all budget of $80.000. It, is not, he admitted, "what you would call a high priority installation." But he still thinks it's a necessary and rewarding job. 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