The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1967 · Page 29
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 29

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Thursday, July 6, 1967
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12-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Morrfe? Thursday July 6, 1967 Nothing New On Ambulance Meetings Here Negotiations are being continued here between the cit\ council and the county board of supervisors in an attempt to solve the ambulance problem - once and for all. The combination cit\-count;. operation seems to be the best answer. However, no agreement has been worked out, so rnair. areas of the count\ are -.nth'ml ambulance service in their (_>••'• n towns. The city council talked over the problem during its meeting Thursday night, but reached no decision, so action -A ill have to come after further discussions. Mayor Bill Finn said Monda;. that one plan tendered in earlier meetings of members of both groups was for a volunteer loice of men, possibly a dozen, who would serve in pairs as ambulance crews on radio-call or phone call basis. These men would receive 20 hours first aid training to prepare them lor the job. Purchase of an ambulance jointly by the city and count\ lias also been proposed, with service and upkeep to lie shared In the two. The council also discussed drainage extensions at a cost of $70,000 for the eastern part of . the city with Howard Smith, Mason City engineer. Smith also told the council about the condition of portions of the sanitary sewer on North Jones street, and it is probable portions of it will be improved before the widening projects gets underway in 1970. Judges and clerks for the upcoming cable TV election were approved, two liquor applications, seven cigarette permits and a beer application were approved. Application for sale of cigarettes, beer and liquor by the Colony Lin was denied. It Was Sure Short Summer Kossuth county residents are experiencing fall-like temperatures tins week in the high 60*5 and lo- 70*5 after 90 degree heat a week aco. The past week, temperatures have ranged from a huh of 92 Thursday June 29, to a in-A oi -!2Tuesda\ evening, Juh 4. Littl- ji^cipi" ion '•'•'as r<? - purted, but the forecast colled for a 20 . chance of rain \\edriesda;. ni.-ht .tin; a 30 chancf- of moisture toiiav Thursday... The past -A«-k's readin. .•> a;i>; precipitation tot.J.s from the - st.tti >:\ H t KLGA: L K .10 .0', Ci.ll ' r .. a t Jinn- 29 June 30 Jul;. 1 Jnl-. 2 Jul;. 3 Jul-. 4 Jill;. ' — 4~ Two Motorbike Riders Hurt Here Sunday A i 'jiiplf: ul iinA'jrbike riders, IKAh 'Jii the same Honda, sustained injuries '.hen their machine flipped on hi-lrva;. 18 one- lourtli mile north owl one-hall east of Alguna at 2-A'i p. m. Sunda;.. The;, were- Phillip L. Thornj)- son, 17, Lone Rock, driver ol the motorbike, and PhillipSpeclit, 18, Algona, passenger. Thompson sustained a fractured collarbone, cuts and bruises and Speclit arm, knee and foot injuries. They were treated by a local doctor. They were headed east in a group of four motorbikes when someone yelled at Thompson. He looked around and the machine flipped on the pavement and slid onto the south shoulder of the highway. An estimated $30 damage resulted to the machine. Saturday at 11 a. m., an auto driven by Michael K. Smith, 14, Wahkon, Minn., came to a dead end on a gravel road a mile south and two east of Swea City and crashed into the ditch. The car rolled over and sustained an estimated $500 damage. Smith was charged with failing to have a driver's license and Rosemary L. Kollasch was charged with letting an unauthorized person drive. JULY CLEARANCE "The Summer's Biggest Bargain Event" now in progress at the Chrischilles Store THOUSANDS OF ITEMS AT LOW, LOW PRICES ! ********************** Over 1000 DRESSES ********************** Sportswear Clearance ********************** Special Sale Prices On FABRICS REMNANTS BEDSPREADS LUGGAGE ********************** ' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-j—g^^^^j^ggjggg^HMiMHIBHMi SAVE LOTS OF GREEN AT KEN'S 24 BRAND NEW PLYMOUTHS-6 FACTORY EXECUTIVE CARS TO BE SOLD IN JULY AND AUGUST OPEN EVERY NIGHT THRU JULY EXCEPT SAT. & SUNDAY NITES. STOP IN FOR THE BEST DEAL IN TOWN NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED ! EXAMPLE: 1967 Fury III factory executive car. A 4 door hardtop with AIR CONDITIONING, V8, automatic transmission, power steering, light group, bumper guards, remote mirror, wheel covers, tinted glass, whitewall tires, and all standard safety equip- ment. List Price ... $3956.90 Discount $ 600.00 Our Price ... $3356.90 SAVE $600 BBSS EXAMPLE: Brand New 1967 Fury 1-4 door sedan, V8, automatic trans- mission, power steering, tinted Windshield, wheel covers, undercoated, 8.25 x 14 tires, windshield washer, and all standard safety equipment. List Price ... $3063.85 Discount $ 400.00 Our Price ... $2663.85 SAVE $400 5 YEAR - 50,000 Mile Warranty On All New Cars & Factory Executive Cars d rsc | || nill es Factory Executive Cars Fury III 3 Seat Station Wagon, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, whitewalls, 318 V8 engine. White color. Fury III 4 door hardtop, 318 V8, air conditioning, automatic transmission, power steering. Green color. Fury III 4 door hardtop, 318 V8, air conditioning, automatic transmission, power steering. White color. Fury III 3 seat station wagon, 318 V8, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, whitewalls. Green color. Fury III 4 door hardtop, 318 V8, automatic transmission, power steering. Light turquoise color. Brand New 1967 Plymouth? Fury III 2 door hardtop, 383 V8, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, tinted windshield, dark blue color. Fury III 2 door hardtop. 318 V8, automatic transmission, power steering, tinted windshield, whitewalls, dark copper color. • Fury III 4 door sedan, 318 V8, automatic transmission, power steering, tinted glass, air conditioning, whitewalls, red color. Fury III 4 door sedan, 318 V8, automatic transmission, power steering, tinted glass, air conditioning, whitewalls, light green color. Fury III 4 door sedan, 318 V8, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, air condi- ting, whitewalls, white color. Fury II 4 door sedan, 318 V8, automatic transmission, power steering, tinted windshield, light tan color. Fury II 4 door sedan, 383 V8, automatic transmission, power steering, air conditioning, tinted glass, light tan color. Fury II 4 door sedan, 318 V8, automatic transmission, power steering, tinted glass, air conditioning, beige color. Fury II 4 door sedan, automatic transmission, 318 V8, power steering, tinted windshield, turquoise color. Fury II 4 door sedan, 318 V8, automatic transmission, power steering, tinted glass, air conditioning, light tan color. Fury 1 4 door sedan, 318 V8, automatic transmission, power steering whitewalls, light blue color. Fury I 4 door sedan, 318 V8, automatic transmission, power steering, tinted windshield, light blue color. Fury I 4 door sedan, 318 V8, automatic transmission, tinted glass, white color. Fury I 4 door sedan, 318 V8, automatic transmission, tinted windshield, dark blue color. Fury I 4 door sedan, 318 V8, automatic transmission, tinted glass, dark blue color. Belvedere II 2 door hardtop, 273 V8, automatic transmission, power steering, red color. Belvedere II 4 door sedan, 225 6-eyl. engine, standard transmission, light tan color, Belvedere II 4 door sedan, 273 V8, automatic transmission, tinted windshield, dark copper color. Barracuda 2 door hardtop, 273 V8, automatic transmission, tinted glass, power steering, whitewalls, bronze color. Barracuda 2 door fastback, 273 V8, automatic transmission, sure-grip differential, sports package, bright blue color. All cars are equipped with windshield washers, 2 speed wipers, back-up lights, padded dash, undercoating, radio, and dual braking systems. $150 to $200 price increase is predicted by the industry for 1968 CAN YOU THINK OF A BETTER TIME TO BUY? Ken's Auto Service Complete Sales, Service and Body Shop Departments 1107 No. Main Plymouth-Valiant Algona, Iowa

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