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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 12

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NipandTuck On Election Eve in Britain nv 11KNA1S 1.OMV1N <AP'—Britain's political pariios mndo liehtnitifi election-eve caina'-scs today in a final r'esperate rfforl to r;irry (lip country's hiipe bloc of uncommitted \ oters. The Into?) public opinion poll showed H'r per cent of the voters in V> key district? in the "don't knew" or "won't tell" column. Even the chiefs of the two major parties were cagey about pro- diet inc the results of Thursday'? election of a new House of Commons. The weather — a telling factor in British election? — seemed uncertain, with rain forecast in the West, and sun for (lie east. Hain ( tends to keep the voters away, j Past elections have shown Labor- : ites to l>e more easily deterred j than Conservatives. Prime Minister Harold Macmillan's Conservative party, seek- VTH MAM,! *> \E>V STAMP . . . Ahnvp Is tlir npw 15-crnl international air mail stamp. Us main color is ornn.ee. The stamp pops on sale Nov. 20 in NPW York City. Washington Wonders Why- Khrushchev Wants a Helicopter Just Like Ike's their Labor party rivals in 50 key constituencies. Other recent polls have shown the two main parties — Labor and Conservative — racing neck-and- neck with up to one-fifth among the "don't knows." Britain has .35.400.000 eligible voters. The Conservative party chairman. Lord Hailsham. told newsmen "our pledged support is marginally higher than in 1055" but he refused to make a firm prediction of the outcome. Labor party Secretary Morgan > Phillips was almost as cautious as Hailsham: "We will get a working majority if there is a R.v RAY CROMLEY NKA Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON - (NEAi - Nikita Khrushchev has done it again! He has confused the State Department, the Commerce Department, the Defense Department and Sikorsky Aviation. He has asked for a helicopter .hist like the one President Dwiglit Eisenhower rides in — with plush interior and everything. He has offered to pay for it. Nobody knows why. So everybody's worried. The trouble is that this chopper —besides being the model the President uses — is the chief assault 12 Times Herald, Carroll, la Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1959 helicopter of the Marine Corps. It's the one they'd use in another Ko rea for "vertical envelopment" ol the enemy in coastal landings. The Army infantry uses it too— for attacks from six to 60 miles in the enemy rear. The chopper carries from 12 to 13 combat-loaded men. Its speed: 85 knots. It would he a principal weapon in keeping an enemy off balance. "This chopper makes it virtually impossible for an enemy to pro- ing a third term in control of the j high poll (good turnout' and full response fi supporters. government, could draw a grain i response from party workers and I af net en^T^rtt'tai'C 1 * * of encouragement from the latest Daily Telegraph poll, which gave them a 2 l ? per cent lead over DELICIOUS NO LISP, BUT QUACK QUACK SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) - A young boy's slight lisp is almost gone after his parents took the advice of a school consultant and played a record, "Donald Duck- Takes a Speech Lesson," over and over for the boy. But now, his parents say. their son talks like Donald Duck. WHY NOT THIS ONE?: Russia's Mi-4 is almost identical to the U.S. model that Khrushchev covets. tcct his rear," says .one combat officer. . So in ib> own way. this HUS-1 Sikorsky helicopter is a potent war weapon. And the Russians — especially since Korea where a Sikorsky model was captured and copied —have been whooping up their production of the whirlybirds. They're now putting them out in considerable number. Just recently in Russian Army maneuvers in East Germany, the Reds used a sizable number of assault helicopters in mock combat along their "front lines." So you might think Mr. Khrushchev wants to improve his helicopter units. But a top Sikorsky engineer recently was in Russia where he looked over Soviet helicopters and flew some. He says they're good, really good. "We wish we could do as well," says a Sikorsky representative. "They've got a helicopter that will carry twice the load and go twice the speed of any we produce." He says Sikorsky wouldn't mind having their specifications. This super helicopter, the Mi-6, ,vas designed by Soviet engineer Mikhail Mil. It reportedly will go 170 knots. The Russians told American helicopter engineers they're now in quantity production. The Sikorsky man said that the 3cds, in fact, have a chopper, .he Mi-4, that's pretty close to being just about the same as the ••^•^^^•^^^^^^••^•^•IBBBBBI T'S SALE • •.-.*.• V* PEACH Sliced MM No. 2 } /2 Cans or Halves • It APRICOTS Whole Urv peeled No. 2'/2 Cans Tomato Soup Campbell's 9c Can CATSUP 14-oz. Bottles tit PIE MIX OLEO Wilderness—Cherry, Apple, Raisin Blue Bonnet RAISINS New Crop Seedless No. 2 Cans 98cl4 Lbs. Maxwell House Instant COFFEE 6-oz. Jar 89c Assorted Fireside COOKIES 4—$1.00 BISQUICK 1 Mz-lb. Bag mmm 8-oz. 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"If you saw them both on a field, you could hardly tell them apart," says one helicopter man. "And the Red Mi-4 is well made ... a little smaller than the President's whirlybird, but not much." So why doesn't Mr. K. get one of his own helicopters and have it plushed up? He says his people won't let him ride in the Russian models. Under the Export Control Act, licenses for shipment of strategic materials to foreign countries are cleared by the Department of Commerce. But where export of military supplies to Iron Curtain countries is concerned, clearance must be given by the Department of State. Undersecretary of State for Eco- nomic Affairs, Douglas Dillon — the man Khrushchev asked for as his helicopter agent — says he will be glad to act as an intermediary for putting the Russians in touch with a helicopter producer. That's providing Khrushchev is serious about wanting a chopper— and providing he wants a "civilian" type. Dillon made it clear Khrushchev will not get a military model — the type President Eisenhower uses. But there wouldn't be much difference — except in the communications equipment. Some Department of Defense men say privately they can see no harm in Celling Mr. K. one of these helicopters "if the $300,000 doesn't come out of our budget." Says one officer, "He's probably got all the specifications by now anyway." Legal Notices ORDINANCE NO. 136 AN ORDINANCE REGULATING TRAFFIC AND PROVIDING FOR SPEED LIMITS ON U.S. HIGHWAY NO. 30, WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF THE CITY OF CARROLL, IOWA, AND AN ORDINANCE REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 120 AND REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 30, REVISED ORDINANCES, 1945, OF THE CITY OF CARROLL, IOWA. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARROLL, IOWA: Sec. 1. That Ordinance No. 120, and Ordinance No. 30, Revised Ordinances 1945 of the City or Carroll, Iowa, are hereby repealed. BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARROLL, IOWA: Sec. 2. Upon those portions of streets and highways within the City of Carroll, lowu, constituting part of U. S. Highway No. 30, the speed at which motor vehicles mav be driven shall not exceed the speeds hereinafter specifically set out: (a) Between Grant Road and East Street, 35 miles per hour. (b) Between East Street and Crawford Street, 20 miles per hour. (c) Between Crawford Street and Simon Avenue, 30 miles per hour. Sec. 3. All ordinances and resolutions, in conflict herewith are hereby repealed and rescinded. Sec. 4. This ordinance shall bn in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication as provided by law. Dated this 5th day of October, 1959. ATTEST: A ' R N6U ' May ° r Oct. 7, 1959 City Clerk, T. J. Kerwin tlons, or parts of ordinances and resolutions in conflict herewith are hereby repealed and rescinded. Sec. 4. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication as provided by law. Dated this 5th day of October, 1959. ATTEST- A ' N ' NeU ' MayOI> T. J. Kerwin, City Clerk Oct. 7, 1959 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. 7796 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Adminis- tratrices of the estate of Mike Tes- samJorl deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those bavins claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and f 1 e in the office of the Clerk of the District Court, Louise Tessandori v A „ Joy Tes sandori r^ . ^ ^ }• A ' Weclerath, Attorney Dated October 6, 1959 Alfred J. Klocke Oct. 7, M, 21 , 195C9 ' e '->< ^strict court NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT ORDINANCE NO. 137 AN ORDINANCE EXTENDING THE SECOND WARD IN THE CITY OF CARROLL, IOWA, TO INCLUDE NEWLY ANNEXED LAND TO THE CITY OF CARROLL, IOWA, AND AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 2, REVISED ORDINANCES, 1945, OF THE CITY OF CARROLL, IOWA BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARROLL, IOWA: Sec. 1. That Section 8 of Chapter 2, Revised Ordinances, 1945, of the City of Carroll, Iowa, is hereby amended by adding the following provisions there to: The second ward shall include the newly annexed land to the City of Carroll, Iowa, described as follows, to-wlt: A tract of land in the SW'4 SW'i, Section 13, Township 84 North, Range 35, West of the 5th P.M., Carrol) Co. Iowa,; more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the SW corner of the said SW'i SW'i; thence North 1311.0 feet to the NW corner of the said SW'4 SW',i; thence East 1320.0 feet to the NE corner of the said SW',4 SW'i; thence south 1131.0 feet; thence West 297.0 feet; thence South 156.0 feet; thence East 264.0 feet; thence North 156.0 feet; thence East 33.0 feet; thence South 189.0 feet to the SE corner of the said SW'i SW",; thence West 1319.2 feet to the point of beginning and A parcel of land being in the SE'-i of the SW'i, Section 13, Township 84 North, Range 35, West of the 5th P.M., Carroll County, Iowa; more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point 657.7 feet North of the SE corner of the said SE'i SW'i; thence West 891.5 feet; thence South for 104.4 feet; thence West 429.0 feet; thence North along the West, line of the said SE'i SW'i for 553.2 feet; thence East 929.0 feet; thence South 263.9 foot; thenc-e East 227.1 feet; thence South 27.0 feet; thence East IfiS.O feet; thence South 103.6 feet to the point of beginning and A parcel of land described as follows; The West 2H4.0 feet of the East 297.0 feet of the South 189.0 feet of the SW 1 /, SW 1 .;, Section 13, Township 84 North, Range 35, West of the 5th KM., Carroll County, Iowa and A parcel of land described as follows: The South 4950 feet of the West 429.0 feet of the SE'.', of the SW", of Section U. lownshlp 84 North, Runte 35 Wm of the 5th KM., Carroll, Iowa and A parcel of land described as follows: BoginnliiK at the SE corner of the SK', SW', Section M Township 84 North, Kunfje 35, West of the 5th P.M., of Carroll County, Iowa; thence North 25,'i.O f». e t; thence West .-).«.5 feet; thence S44°-2()' w for (59.9 feet; thence West 501.3 feet- thence South 203,0 feet; thence hust Hb2.7n feet to the point of the beginning and the citizens residing within the aforesaid newly annexed land shall vote In the Second Ward. Sec. 3, A!) ordinances and resolu- , CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No 7789 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as administra- trix of the estate of John N. Belter deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay. ment; and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in Court ° f the Clerk ° f the Distrlct Helen J. Allison, Administratrix rx . j „ Robert S. Brunei-, Attorney Dated September 22, 1959 y Alfred J. Klocke Sept. 23, 30; Oct IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR COUNTY' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That an instrument in writing purporting to be the last will and testament ol Charles Rath Deceased, was this day produced, opened and read bv H 10 ""derstencrl. and that I have fixed Monday the 19th day of October, 1959, at 9:00 o'clock a.m. at the Courthouse in Carroll, Iowa, as H 10 d .u y for hca rlng proof in relation thereto. WITNESS my official signature, with the seal of said Courf hereto 1959 th ' S 22nU day of Se P te mker '(SEAL) Alfred J. Klocke Sept. 23, 30; OctS^ OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFOKE THE IOWA STATE TO CARROLL COUNTY, IOWA- Notice is hereby given that Kail- vn& F £ pres S , A Sency, Inc., New York, New York, has mfcle application to the Iowa State Commerce Commission under authority of Chapter 325, The Code 1958 as amended, for a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity to operate as a motor carrier of freight moving in express service on express billing between the East line of the State «t /^'"M 1 ". I°wa, to the West line of the State at Council Bluffs, Iowa and between Council Bluffs, Iowa and the North line of the State; and between Iowa Falls, Alden, Jewell and Radcllffu over the routes set out in the application, scrvine points and places where applicant presently has agents on the Chicago and North Western Railway Company railroad in Clinton, Cedar, Linn, Benton. Tuma, Marshall, Story Boone, Greene, Carroll. Crawford Harrison, Pottuwattamie, Monona Woodbury, Plymouth, Sioux, O'Brien Osceo a, llardln and Hamilton Counties, Iowa. 1 The Commission fixed Tuesday October 27, 1959, ten (10:00) o'clock a.m. at the office of the Commission, Des Molnes, Iowa as time and place for publlce hearing on this appli- IOWA STATE COMMERCE ,, ,_, „ COMMISSION „ J1 ,? ro l d u E ' Hu 8'>e»' Chairman Kay H. Thompson, Commissioner Bernard J. Martin, Commissioner A I HOST: Geo. L. McCaughun. See- ix-tary her 29, a i959 CS Molnes> Iowa ' Docket No. 'H-4734 Oct. 7, 14, 1059 ~ a. way* To Find BETTER Homogenized MILK! Produced by Local Dairymen Processed by Your Neighbors Sold by Your Favorite Grocery CARROLL CREAMERY COMPANY

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