The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1966 · Page 10
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Slate Mental City Will Receive Bids Health Meeting For Police Car, Radio Here Tonight The Kossuth County Mental Health Association will hold a meeting at the courthouse here at 8 p, m. Jan. 18 In an effort to acquaint people with the current status of the Kossuth County Association, but more importantly, to present the facilities and services available at the North Iowa Mental Health Center at Mason City. In Mid-1964, the Kossuth Co. board of supervisors approved a levy of 1/8-mill to finance affiliation with the North Iowa Mental Health Center, embracing 9 counties in this area. Since July of that year, a steadily- increasing number of Kossuth county residents have been availing themselves of the services offered. However, many people are still unaware of how and where to apply for consultation, examination, treatment or whatevei might be indicated. Several staff members from the Mason City center have been invited to attend the meeting. They will describe the services available, conduct a question and answer period and furnish all possible information on the activities and resources of the center. Everyone interested in any phase of emotional or. mental health problems are urged to attend. Want To Be Host? Nominees are being taken this month by the Algona chapter of the American Field Service for a host family to the foreign exchange student at Algona high in the coming school year. Any interested family should contact James Anderson at Algona high school before Friday, Jan. 21. In regular session Wednesday evening, the Algona city council changed ordinances dealing with licenses for bowling alleys, pool halls and other places of entertainment. They lowered fees in a bowling alley from $50 and $10 to $25 for the first two alleys and $5 for each additional alley. Billiard halls will now pay $25 for the first two tables and $5 for each additional table. A permanent roller rink will now pay a $12.50 annual fee and a temporary rink a $5 daily fee. License, for a theatre was left at $50 and for a dance hall at $25. Carnivals, etc., will pay $15 for the first day and $5 for each additional day. Ed Bowman appeared before the council to ask permission to build a 6-stall garage near a duplex he has under construction. Present ordinance prohibits any garage to be more than three stalls. The request was referred to the Planning and Zoning Commission for study. Police Chief Al Boekelman appeared before the council with four requests, which included a new police car, for which he was authorized to ask for bids. He also requested consideration of a new base station for the two-way police radio. The present one is eight years old and cuts out at times. A new one would cost between $800 and $1,000. Chief Boekelman was authorized to ask for bids on a new base station, which the council will consider later. Boekelman also requested permission, which was granted, for Richard Groen to attend traffic school ; Jan. 24-25. ._ He also requested council authorization for the erection of "No Parking" signs between the hours lo DUNN'S SURE SAVE We were proud to have installed the beautiful new floor in this fine new grocery store. Algona Floor Service C!trtnc« MtcMmber - Gr*dy Phillip* - Willford Ztifkr of 2 to 6 a. m. on McGregor, Nebraska, Call and North streets and all cross streets between those streets from Phillips to Ridgley. Also, he asked that no parking be allowed at any time on Main street. The safety factor was brought out, in that so many children dart out from behind parked cars and cause an accident or a near-miss. Council agreed to have an ordinance drafted and presented for first reading at the next council meeting. City Clerk David Smith reported that there is now $3,124.75 in interest earned in 1965 on deposits,of which all but $206 are on time deposit. He also announced that the annual audit will take place some time in May and will be conducted by the same firm who did the last audit, Firm is Knobbe, Gallagher, Volberding and Wadsworth, Estherville and Des Moines. Bob Ludwig had requested permission to change the outdoor electric sign at his cafe. City Clerk David Smith was authorized to issue a permit for the change. Mrs. Eugene MurtaghandMrs. Cecil Will were re-appointed to the Planning and Zoning Commission and Miles Sloniker and Frank Moulton were reappointed to the Playground Commission. A Class C beer license and a cigarette license were authorized for the new grocery store, Dunn's. Rules and the order of business were adopted for 1966. Lakota School Gets $11,000 Federal Funds The Lakota Consolidated school has received an $11,000 federal grant under Title 1 of. the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Notification of the grant was telephoned to Supt. John Cook from the Iowa State Department 1 of Public Education. Supt. Cook said he believes this is the first such grant to be awarded to a Kossuth county school. Lakota's project will be remedial English instruction for grades 9 through 12. Diane Brockway of Cedar Falls State College has been hired as instructor for the special course. Starting date will be Feb. 24, continuing through the school year. FARM IALB CALENDAR VRRRRRT JAN. 20, Thursday - Wra. (Francis) Fitzgerald sale, five south of Algona on UA 169, 3 1/2 west, or from Hobarton elevator, five south and two west. Machinery, buildings, furniture, etc. Sale details in Tbureday'i issue of Upper DM Moines. Virgil Spencer and Erwin Moss, auctioneer; security State of Algona, clerk, JAN, «V Thursday - 9;30a.m. flyrl Horswell sale, 1/2 mile north of Catholic church, Arm* strong. Machinery and Alflona, (Id.) Upper De» Moinet Tu«*day, January 18, 1966 Clark & Clark, auctioneers, First Trust & Savings, Armstrong, clerk. JAN. 20, Thursday - Complete closing out sale of Dale Stni- thers on farm located 5 miles north and 1 mile east of Sexton, beginning at 12:30 p. m., Including machinery (4 tractors), horses and equipment and household goods. Quinn and Leek, auctioneers, Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. Details in UDM today. A. B. Bexell Of Swea City Dies Wednesday A.R. (Robert) Bexell, 78, died at 8:30 p. m. Wednesday at the Turner Rest Home in Armstrong where he had been since October. Mr. Bexell was a longtime Swea City area farmer who retired in 1950. He was born Feb. 8, 1887, in Vexjo Smaland, Sweden and came to the United States as a young man. He married Hilda Lofstrom Feb. 8, 1912 near Swea City. Survivors include his wife, Hilda of Swea City; a son Ev- erett of Hastings, two daughters Mrs. Paul Olson of Manhattan, Kan. and Mrs. Marvin Palmquist of Minneapolis; three brothers Henning of Fairmont, George of Pomroy and Arvid Bosholm of Sweden; two sisters, Mrs. Sam Damrow of Minneapolis and Mrs. Ed Nielsen of Sweden and seven grandchildren. Funeral services were at 1 p. m Saturday at Immanuel Lutheran church in Swea City with Rev. J. Peterson officiating. Burial was at Harrison Township cemetery. Fire At Cafe Algona firemen were called to Van's Cafe north of the city at 6:20 p. m. Saturday when wires from a neon sign were blown loose by the wind and shorted, resulting in fire damage to one wall of the structure. According to Fire Chief Ralph Elbert, damage amounted to $200. The meeting of St. Joseph's Guild of Wesley is being postponed from Jan. 18 to Jan. 20. Father Phillips will show slides of his European trip. OFFICE SUPPLIES — Business office furniture, filing lipment *nd supplies, at The [Jpper Des Moines Pub. Co., Alia, across from new Munid* parting lot. Cold Weather Needsl .•THIS WEEK'S /BIG 1 SALE! IM>«4."PIGKX"nGMON for the prevention of pig anemic Purchase lOOcc of "Pigdex" at our regular low price of $6.49 and receive 20cc for.. lc lOOf N. Mota AlOOHA

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