Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 25, 1957 · Page 14
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July 25, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 14

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Thursday, July 25, 1957
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Iowa Airmon Saved From Coast Waters NEWPORT, R.I m — A naval airman from Mason City, Iowa and a fellow officer who were rescued from the coastal waters of Narraganaett Bay, were in an air station hospital here Thursday for observation. They are Lt. (JG) Bruce E. Hill of Mason City, and Lt. (JG) Lester L. Ludwigsen of Chicago. Neither apparently had been injured. The two were in a TV-2 jet trainer on a routine training flight when an apparent engine flameout caused the plane to crash off the entrance to the bay. They pulled ejection levers to free themselves in the water about two and a half miles off shore. Chosen for First Closs of Iowa Military Academy (Time* Herald News Strvlce) MANNING - Gerald H. Beck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beck, and Dale L. Vollstedt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virtus Vollstedt of Manning, are among 60 n a t i o n a 1 guardsmen who have been chosen for the first class "of the newly established Iowa Military Academy at Camp Dodge. The course will include two weeks of training beginning July 28, eight weekends of work be- 14 Timet Herald, Carroll, fowl Thursday, July 25, 1957 SEEING-DOUBLE? . . . This storkc at Whipsnade Zoo in Bedford­ shire, England, may be slightly puzzled as he studies two reflections of himself in the water. No trick is involved. One of his playmates got Into the act at left, casting his reflection on the water next to that, of our bewildered bird. Skelton and ily Will Extend Tour BARCELONA W-Comedian Red Skelton announced Thursday his family will continue a, European tour. Skelton, his wife, their leukemia- stricken 9-year-cld son Richard and daughter Vatentina arrived in Barcelona unexpectedly Wednesday night from Rome amid reports they were returning immediately to the United States. But Thursday Skelton said they would fly to Pari? Friday night, visit London and possibly Norway and Sweden, and then fly home Leaving Rome Skelton had said, "we are tired," but denied their departure was due to any change in Richard's condition. The boy is suffering from an incurable blood cancer. Skelton said he had bought a small German car in Switzerland and had shippta it home via France. He flatly denied reports aboard of a rift in the family over his buying the car. which he originally had planned to use for part of the European tour. State Okays Low Bids on Highway 71 Bridges tween then and next summer, and | missioned second 1'eutenants. one week.of training next summer. I The cadets range in rank from Those who qualify will be com- j private to master sergeant, About 150,000,000 people throughout the world have been vaccinated with BCG, antituberculosis vaccine. AMES iff!—Low bids on about 5'/i million dollar? worth of Iowa highway projects had the approval Thursday of the State Highway Commission. Several pavement widening jobs are included. Low,bids included: • Boone—12 miles pavement widening on U.S. 169 from the Northwestern overhead just north of U.S. 30 to the .Webster County line, Greene Construction Co., Des Moines, $190,660. •Webster — 23 miles pavement widening on U.S. 169 from Boone County line northward, Greene, $337,440. Kossuth — 16 miles pavement widening at various points on U.S. 18 from.Palo Alto line east to Sexton, Greene, $305,314. Dallas — 3 miles asphalic con crete pavement gn Iowa 29« from Iowa 64 south to Linden, Kaser Construction Co., Des Moines, $145,142. Carroll —.bridge work at several points on U.S. 71 between Carroll and Audubon County line, Christensen Bros., Sioux City, $164,379. Lee — culvert work on relocation of U.S. 71 and 218, F. A. Moser, Farmersburg, $139,868. Calhoun-Webster — 6 miles as- phaltic "concrete resurfacing on Iowa 175 from Gowrie west, Iowa Road Building Co., Fairmont, Minn., $102,642. Dallas — on U.S. 169; and Iowa A41 from Minburn to' Perry, 10 miles asphaltic concrete resurfacing, Hargrave Construction Co., Cedar Rapids, 4235,974. f — Hamilton — 11 miles asphalic concrete resurfacing on U.S. 69 from Jewell north to U.S. 20, Hargrave, $205,103", Linn — 14 miles asphalic concrete resurfacing on Iowa 150 from Cedar Rapids through Center Point, Hargrave, $325,947. Hardin—7 miles grading on Iowa 359 from U.S. 20 south to Buckeye, Gerber & Bucher, Algona, $94,258. Lee— 3 miles grading on relocation of U.S. 61-218 from Keokuk north, Mickle A Ross, Newton, $184,243. ^ Mr. Carmel 4-H Holds Its Local Show Mt. Carmel Merry Makers 4-H Club held an achievement show Tuesday in the Mt. Carmel parish hall, with.several mothers of members present. Mrs. W. J. Heires judged the | exhibits. She and Miss Lucile Buchanan, county extension home economist, judged demonstrations. Representing the club as the senior team at the 4-County Fair in Coon Rapids will be Kathleen Baumhover and Deanna Koren. On the junior team will be Jane Fleskes and Marilyn Koren. The exhibits will be taken to Coon Rapids Saturday by the club leaders, Mrs. George Odendahl, Mrs. Joe Koren and Mrs. Herman Grote. During the business session, the j girls decided to have a picnic at Coon Rapids July 30 during, the fair. Lunch was served after the meeting. LAMP SALE! $19.95 Values! Save Over J Tremendous price cut for big savings! Shades of tailored shantung over parchment give brass mounted lamps a contempory look— suitable for both modern and traditional decorating schemes. 3-way lighting. 29" tall. 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