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Thursday, October 22, 1959
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Time* Herald, Carroll, |». mm Thursday, Oct. 22, 1959 *% British Face Big Problem of Prosperity By TOM A. CUM,EN NEA Staff Correspondent LONDON — (NEA) - Can the British double (heir living standard in a single generation? Can the nation's wealth ho expanded without running the risk of inflation, rising cosls, a devalued pound sterling? This, although both the winning Conservatives and losing Labor parties hedged on it, was the central issue of the general election just held. It was one of (he closest, hardest-fought elections in recent history, and one of the most inconclusive in that, it left voters wondering whether Britain is living beyond her means. The election had nothing to do with whether Britain would be best represented at a summit conference by Labor or the Conservatives, or which party loved the old age pensioner the most. Nor would many voters agree with The London Times in .saying. "We arc Engaged in one of the great battles of faith that rack humanity at intervals through the centuries." No, it was a "pork chop" election, pure and simple. The British voted for (he party which not only promised the most pork chops, but which seemed to them most likely to deliver the groceries. On election day. Britain was still basking in the golden twilight of its finest summer in 200 years. A record harvest has been gathered into the barns and granaries, and in hundreds of grayslone village churches farmers are giving thanks. In the towns and cities' conditions are equally good. "Look up at the television aerials sprouting above the working class homes of England," urges The Economist. "There is a kind of poetry there." There is a kind of poetry, too, in the number of bright, shiny motorcars parked at the curb, or creeping bumper-to-bumper along •• the road to Brighton on Sundays. The houses, themselves, are po- ; ems in brick and mortar—3,000,- \ 000 of them built since the war, mostly under Conservative govern- j ments. i Inside, they have the washing i machines, refrigerators and vac-' 8YMBOL of increased income: Their aerials sprout above working- class homes in a kind of poetry. iiiim cleaners which most Ameri-1 Socialism, whether me British cans lake for granted, but which i Labor Party likes it or not. is were unheard of luxuries in pre- dead. Disraeli's two-nation theory A* F, Troops Aid Army in Firing Jupiter CAF'K CANAVERAL. Kla 'AT'' —Air Force troops, some of whom may man Jupiter IT-JT-M launching ; sites in ftaly late this year, have j got in some practice 1 at ('ape Canaveral. They assisted the Army \\pdnps- day night in launching the 12th .Jupiter intermediate range mi.-.sile fired from the Capo this year. The 60-foot war rocket was sent on a 1,500-mile test flight. The launching appeared smooth as the missile sped down the Atlantic range through a heavy overcast, i The Air Force men were members of the Strategic Air Command 864lh Technical Training Squard- ron. The Air Force men going to Italy will join with Italian troops as part of the NATO defense force. Russia Backs China'sSianc] On Formosa ' WASHINGTON Chins shows no ^s.' ing 'he use of force A .... \: of r £ir ;o ! : to <,f:/<> f-v * -»& FROM THREE COUNTRIES. A SLTERW.S . . . Two-sectioned "Super Golden Eagle" bus carries 03 passengers. Air-conditioned, the huge vehicle has a lounge, rest room and hostess nbruml. The fluted side panels and wheels nre from America.* The 275-h.p. engines are made in Kiis(lane) and (he vehicle is assembled in Germany. First route covered by Hie siiperhiis was between Ocnver and Colorado Springs, Colo. CKAMUM UF» Mr. and .Mrs. James F. Diinran j COAL COt NTFIY The production of uranium in the V J_ S J| PC J Free World has jumped from 2,000 to 40.000 tons a year during the last 10 years, according to the Mr an(l Mrs - l)on Happo. and film- Atomic Knergy Commission. ily in Sioux City. Tuesday and Wednesday with their son-in-law and daughter. Coal is nature's most versatile fii"l and is found in 34 of the states ol the I num. with highest quality coals bring found in the eastern part of the nation. 1 mosn from (he rhiiU'se N.I'KI; .1!- i.<"ts. the Stat° Department -ay. ; i "On the contrary." f hf de^vf- mcnt. press officer, Lincoln Wh;'<\ -aid Wednesday, ''if, continues 'o ; declare its intention to sej/.f 1 ij- | wan 'Formosa'. This position h,i; I recently been reiterated by !h*j leaders of f.he Peiping regime. " j The department, issued its state- mcnt after if, was learned (hat. Soviet Premier N'ikita Khrushchev had sr>nt President F.isenhower a letter dealing with China. Khrushchev's letter, delivered to the State Department Oct. 13. said the Soviet. Union supports Communist. China's view t.hat, its claim to Formosa is a domestic, not an international issue. of a Britain divided between the "Haves" and the "Have-Nots" no longer holds true. war Britain. The question, now that the election dust, has settled is: Clan Britain foot the bill? Can S^'K'SiT'S'SJS.uhi 10 * 0 Health Chief service, pensions and other welfare stale benefits? Production figures are high, the index for August being eight per j Health Commissioner Edmund G. cent higher than for the same' Zimmerer rushed about here month last year. But the rate of | Wednesday night accepting honors industrial expansion lags behind • conferred on him. He made it all Given Two Honors ATLANTIC CITY (AP) - Iowa right. Dr. Zimmerer first went to the West Germany and France. Gold reserves are up — a rise of $3(5 million as against an av- j dinner of the Public Health Cancer erage fall of $47 million for the : Assn. to accent a plaque for "de- previous nine Septembers. Even | veloping one of the earliest com- ,cut down .colds (COUGHS DRY THROATS, SNIFFLES) during thi? heat of the election campaign share prices remained steady. But there are still pockets of unemployment in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, while 750,000 children will reach school-leaving age this year. The Conservatives, now called upon to redeem their election pledges, will find that a tremendous effort will be required to double the present living standard by 1979. Is the ordinary Briton willing to make the effort, or has his morale been sapped by soft living? This summer three million Britons vacationed in France, Yugoslavia, Italy and Spain, the type ol holiday formerly enjoyed by only a privileged few. They returned home glowing with suntan and with new ideas. A bottle of Chianti suddenly ap- prehensive statewide cancer control programs." With that over he managed to make the dinner of the Harvard Public Health Alumni Assn. which then elected him president. Both groups met in the same hotel in connection with the annual meeting of the American Public Health Assn. Legal Notices fN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ! IOWA, IN AND FOR i CAUBOLJL COUNTY ! NOTICE OF HEARING OF SALE • OF REAL ESTATE BY REFEREE i No. 20504 • Annie Carver i Plaintiff ! vs. Mary Rockseln, a widow; George Slelgerwall and Zelma Stelgerwalt, his wife; Marten Dlcltson and Clarence E. Dlckson, tier husband; Rutli Mullins and Alfred Mullins, Eliminate drafts, cold floors, temperature changes with LENNOX WARM AIR HEATING You'll find a new climate of health in your home once you've lidded Lennox warm air heating. Air is conditioned —cleaned, freshened, humidified, gently circulated . . . never harsh, hot, dry. And never cold! Cuts out drafts, cold walls and floors. Kusy to own on the Lennox Easy Pay Plan. Call today for tree healing survey! DIAL 2863 POLK COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. ave tic Lappe and Hubert Lappe, fter husband, Defendants pears on the table, garlic in the! her husband; Wilbur Stelgerwalt, Innrl l<Vnn in mnrWt' Vmmnc it io ' anct Burdllla Stelgerwalt, his Wife; loon. HA en in mociebi nomcs it is Evfl wiedemeyer and w. I no longer unusual to find a coffee | WledemcyciNjier^usband: and Myr- table imported from Italy or an armchair designed by a Finn. Good taste, too, is no longer the prerogative of top people. Pots of caviar are displayed in shop windows of coal mining towns in Wales, where storekeepers complain they have difficulty keeping it in stock. Everywhere there is a desire to enjoy prosperity, to make Britain a brishtcY, gayer place to live. FOR YEARS OF PLEASURE EACH ACCOUNT INSURED TO $10,000 BY FSLIC PER ANNUM COMPANY Heating — Plumbing Carroll, Iowa TO: Annie Carver: Mary Hocksein; George .Steigerwalt; Zelmn Steigerwalt ; Marion Dlckson; Clarence K. Dlckson; Ruth Mullins; Alfred Mullins; Wilbur Stelgerwalt: Burdllla Steigerwnlt: Eva Wiedemeyer; W.I I. Wiedemeyer; Myrtle 1-appc j and Hubert Lappe, and to all I other persons Interested: I You and each of you are hereby notified that Paul G-rote, the duly I appointed, qualified and acting! Referee in the above entitled par- I titlon suit will offer for sale at i public auction the following de- i scribed real estate, to-wlt: Lot 8, Block 51, Third Addition to Carroll, Iowa. You are specifically notified that i said Referee will, on the 12th day ' of November, 1959, sell at public ] auction at 1:30 o'clock P.M., the following described real estate, towit: Lot 8, Block 51, Third Addition to Carroll, Iowa. The said sale will be conducted at the site of said premises which is located at 81<1 North Clark Street, Carroll, Iowa, and Is known as the Minnie Jurgens home. f The said sale shall be conducted as n public auction, and the terms of said sale shall be as follows: 20% down payment shall be made at the time of the execution of the contract at the said auction sale, and the balance shall bo paid upon said Referee furnishing any such purchaser with a Referee's deod approved by the Court, and an abstract of title to said premises showing good merchantable title, Possession is to be given within 30 days after the signing of a contract. Any such sale made at said time and place shall be subject to the approval of the District Court of Iowa, In and for Carroll County. Dated at Carroll, Iowa, this 22nd day of October, 1959. Paul Grole Breda, Iowa REFEREE M. R. Tan Cretl, Attorney Carroll County State Bank Bldg. Carroll, Iowa Oct. 22, 29, 1959 IN THK niSTKlCT COUKT OF IOWA, IN AND FOK CAKROMl COUNTY NOTICE—-PROOF OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Carroll County, ss. ORIGINAL To All Whom It May Concern: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That an Instrument In writing, purporting j to foe the lust will and testament of Anna Wick Deceased, was this day produced, opened and read by the undersigned, and that 1 have fixed Tuesday the 10th day of November, 1959, at 9:00 o'clock a.m. at the Courthouse In Carroll, Iowa, as the day for hearing proof In relation thereto. WITNESS my official signature, with the seal of said Court hereto affixed, this 14th day of October, 1959. (SEAL) Alfred J. 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