The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1966 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

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Plane Parking Problems Brought Before Council PERSONALS Tuudoy, July 19, 1966 Algeno, (la.) Uppy DM Moin«« Joseph J. Straub, local attorney representing John F. Forbes, appeared before the Algona city council with regard to problems stemming from hangar rental at the Algona Airport, at a regular meeting Wednesday night. Members of the council passed a motion to meet with the Airport Commission to discuss rules and regulations for the airport. Members of the commission include Ted Herbst, Leighton Misbach, and Robert McCullough. The matter revolves around the question of parking spaces for planes, Inside and outside hangars. The council felt that it should meet with the Airport Commission and perhaps work out some definite rules and regulations regarding this matter. Work copies of the proposed city budget were distributed to members of the Algona City Council in their regular meeting Wednesday evening, July 13. Members will study the proposed budget, with a special executive meeting scheduled for Wednesday evening, July 13. Mem- nesday, July 20, at 7 p.m. Roy McMahon and Royal Knowles, appeared on behalf of the Iowa State Bank, requesting permission to change customer meter space. Two 6-minute meters will be installed on the east side of the bank and two on the south side, all on a trial basis. Council authorized purchase of a smoke dusting machine, price being $230.25. Smoke will be blown into storm sewers for the purpose of locating tie-ins with the sanitary sewers. Tests will be conducted and supervised by Wallace and Holland, engineering firm of Mason City. No action was taken after discussion of city bonds and their retirement dates, following an offer to buy bonds due Sept. 1, 1968. The East End Grocery was granted a Class "C" beer permit. Three letters were read. The first from the Iowa Highway Commission, describing the responsibilities of the city regarding the proposed widening and changing of Highway #169 as it proceeds through Algona. Width is proposed to be 49 feet, with the responsibility of the city to make such changes as are necessary in the storm sewers, as well as purchase land needed for the proposed widening. The letter also stated that there would be no diagonal parking, but that parallel parking would be granted on a block basis only. $500 Damage To Motorbike In Freak Mishap A honda being ridden by Marvin D. Grisham, 21, Algona, sustained an estimated $500 damage in a freak mishap here Wednesday at 4 p.m. Grisham told investigating police officers he jumped off the vehicle on McGregor street when he thought it was going to collide with a truck. According to police, the truck has not been found yet. The motorbike was headed east at the time of the mishap and possible charges are pending further investigation. At 1:52 p.m. Friday, autos driven by Florence M. Harris, Algona, and Richard L.Anderson, Whittemore, collided at the inter- section of College and Moore streets, resulting in an estimated $300 damage to the vehicles. Anderson was charged with failing to yield the right-of-way by police who investigated. MR. AND MRS. KYLE KErTH have had as their guest, their nephew Jeffrey Milne of Wheeling, 01. The Keiths and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Klein, of Elko, Nev., visited Mrs. Keith's sister recently and brought Jef- frey home for a visit, The Larry Kleins have also been visiting his parents, the DuWayneKleins. The Kleins both teach at Elko. MARY JEAN HOOD, who has been here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood, left for a two-week eastern trip last week. Mary Jean teaches in Minneapolis. MRS. JOHN DEIM is attending the second summer school session at Iowa State U. which began last week. WEEKEND GUESTS of Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne recently at their Okoboji cottage were Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison. SHEAKLEYS FINAL SUMME All summer merchandise has been regrouped and repriced for final clearance Starts Wednesday! SAVINGS UP TO AND MORE ON ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE ALGONA SHEAKLEYS EMMETSBURG

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