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   Kossuth County Advance (Newspaper) - September 21, 1967, Algona, Iowa                                ADVANCE Leaves Greece at County AiuiftiiA j fm r i 3 tor first visit 54 years State Historical Society Iowa Iowa 67 73 IOWA 24 PAOtf IN 3 SECTIONS EtRMITS Charles garage Mike Stlllman Alex retired Algona restaurant re lefMe Charles cetHly returned from a trip too WJDDINQ PERMITS Michael Ban Darlene Algona Dan Phyllis Rock well City Darryl NtW COURT CASES B 6t K Lumber Harry and Ann Marain Jennings Harold recipro cal a month Prieskorn An ton MAYORS COURT Phillip careless Larry stop Leonard Kenneth speed Donald Bruce ALGONA WEATHER Low Rain 56 14 72 50 49 16 51 61 61 60 20 61 of nearly two months to his native Greece where he visit ed his num ber of recorded many impressions of todays Dermand left his native Greece when a youth of 18 and this was his first visit back there in the past 54 With another retired res taurant William Chris cos from Rockwell Alex sailed to Greece on the Queen Anna In Athens he stayed in he described as a very clean airconditioned hotel where he met many visiting Ameri cans and He noted that Athens was one of the busiest cities he had ever Seeing the mass of buses and taxis he It was just like State and Madison in During his four weeks in his telephone was ringing with cou sins calling to talk with He said he spoke to cousins he didnt even know he had He also visited a brother and a sister who lived in the Gre cian AT THE the beds Algona Band Festival dated for 7 here Twenty bands to be here also Kilties Final preparations are un derway for the 19th annual Kossuth County Band Festival id be held in Algona I A total of 20 bands have indicated they will end three others by Algona Cham ber secretary Bill have indicated they might Fine decision on bands will be made 4 The parade will begin at were made twice a one who lives at Toy Daughter Kathy is this year instead in the morning and once a Palos where he employed in Chicago with the 10 last There is associated with the Mattel LyonsCarahoh ALEX DERMAND RETURNS FROM TWOMONTH JOURNEY ANN BIRTHS and 14 Kenneth 8 2Ms and Melvin 8 15 16 and Gary 7 Seat 19 and Al 8 NEW VEHICLES Truck Ban Wayne Winnebago Buffalo Cen gona Grain Alg6 CMC John Theodore p u Donald Buffalo Arthur Florian p u Algona Intl Bernie Lone Ford p u John Al Louis La ver ne or Shirley Ann Vanda Caecil ia Ford Jos eph John or Leona Emma ANN HOSPITAL 12 Nettie 13 Baby Carol Ann boarder Clar ence 14 Wilhelmena Me medical John 16 Steve Erpeld 18 Vera Lone surgery Willie medical Emma medi cal Patricia 19 Charles medical Ida ex ASC convention dated 23 The County where farmerchosen dele gates will elect farmers to fill vacancies on the Kossuth ASC will be held at in the meeting room of the USDA Building in according to Richard Ander ASC County The convention will be open to the and any person interested in observing the voting procedure may only farmer dele gates to the convention may participate in the election pro Qeli 10 yean or burglary Lawrence Hickey plead ed guilty in district court Tuesday to breaking and en tering the elevator at Irving Judge Murray Under sentenced hjm to ten years at the penitentiary at and he was taken there Tuesday gain after the afternoon siesta which begins at and lasts for three hours in the sum The stores for the and lunch was serv ed at The main meal of the day was the served be tween and 10 From Alex went by train to visit the small village where he was born in south western he saw a brother and old friends whom he had known before he left Greece at the age of He recalled several boyhood companions walking up to him1 and do you know me He said he could still recognize a few of Besides visiting relatives and friendsand touringthe countryside for three Alex found time to enjoy sev eral of the Greek national He was surprised to see a covered wagon which had been used in early In the Acropolis mu seum photographs of many statues were not DURING his stay in Alex learned much about the new dictatorship in Greece and why the old government had been According to Dermand and the people he spoke the dictatorship was a God send for the Greek and the American They told him that the former politici ans as well as the police were becoming so corrupt that something had to be The laws were not being en and the crime rate was spiraling and com IMMIHMIMNMIIMIIMMIIIIIMIIMIIIIMIIIMIIIIMMIMMIIMIIIIIIMMMIIMItMIMIIIIMIMM Admit 4 osteopaths to Ann hospital The medical staff of Ann hospital voted unanim ously to approve the applica tions of four area osteopathic physicians to admit and treat patients in the at a meeting held Monday Sister administra tor of the notified the four applicants of the fav orable vote the following Algona West Bend LuVerne and Swea Their admission was effec tive as of their notification Tuesday The hospital campaign fund reached the mark at the first report meeting held Monday evening for workers in the General Prospects Or The first report meetings for the South Coun ty Organization and the Whit temore organization were not scheduled until Tuesday and Wednesday nights respective Results of the combined efforts of all soliciting organ izations will be carried in the next issue of the Campaign leaders have voi ced their pleasure with the results to They pointed out that a large number of the Major Gift cards are still IIMMMMIIIMMIIIMIIIIHMMMIIMUIIIIHHIIIIIIHHIMIMMI f Two councilmen resign Nash new member The Algona city council met in special session at Tuesday to of count are also some other time changes and the complete fichedule can be found at the end of this BANDS indicating they will parade Algona Johns of Boone Lako Twin West WodenCrys tal Swea Sentral of Fenton and Kana A number of schools have selected their band queens and at least a partial list will appear in the Advance next Committee in charge of the event this year is Earl Lier Bud Russ Norbert Rezac and appointed to fill the v Dave Reab munism was spreading rapid outstanding pending board ac tions by various It was at this time that the present group of mili tary men made their bid for In three to four hours they seiied control in every part ef Greece without killing single per Their new slogan was First Be A The Greek of did not favor having any dic tator in but they re alized that there was no other Things had been getting out of There were strikes and brawls in the streets almost Most Greeks felt that it all would not have happened had the politicians been SO NOW THE Greek peo ple are without a but they are thankful that the new military dictatorship keeps law and order in the country without taking ad vantage of the Most of the Greeks Alex spoke to felt that the dictator ship had saved Greece from chaos and Al though the country had had democracy before the take Alex Democra cy is not just a vote it is glso justice and order in a coun after a month in Athens and three weeks in the coun Alex Permand flew home to Algona Hast week with a new image of the Greece which he had left be hind M many years and Permand have been Algona residents for many They nave and more than 50 of the General Prospects cards are still to be Ted Chrischilles and Paul cochairmen of the Al gona General Prospects Or ganization Clarence Bor mann and Frank co chairmen of the South Coun ty Organization and Joseph chairman of the Whittemore have joined in an appeal to all vol unteer workers to complete their calls and report them to their chairmen as soon as It is hoped that all calls will be completed by Juveniles admit LnVerne theft Sheriff Ralph Lindherst reported Wednesday morn ing that the breakin and theft of li quor end in cash at Lu Verne recently has appar ently been cleared up with the admission ef the burg lary by four juveniles to Humboldt County Sheriff Marvin The juveniles implicated 19year old also but he apparently had not admit ted guilt as All five from the Humboldt and Lindherst said feme bftr and cigarettes hid been found by the sher iffs The theft occurred early the morning of 9 it the Bamboo Lounge it Lu The firm is owned by Willy of the Sheridan Cook and Howard Miller resigned from the Cook has been the 4th Ward representative but has recently moved to the 2nd He was named to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Howard Miller announced his resig nation because of the press of business caused by open ing a Lindsay office at The council appointed Kevin Nash to fill out the term of Cook in the fourth ExKossuth lady dies while visiting here A former Kossuth county Ida 80 of died early Monday morning while visit ing at the Walter Bleich farm home north of She Last years band Charlotte Lappe of is expected to be here to crown this years ONE OF THE highlights of became ill and was taken to the festival this year will be Ann hospital where she the appearance of the Deco died shortly after being admit rah This group is a junior drum and bugle corps Her body was taken to Des made up of boys ages 7 thru Moines Wednesday morning 14 from by the McCullough funeral home where it was flown back They have appeared at two presidential to California for A the Chicago Musicland Festi son and a daughter live in val and a Rose Bowl parade plus many other Behnke was born in Guest twirler this year will Union township 1887 be Renee Stuedemann of Clin but had lived in California for She is a freshman many Her at Iowa State University and Fred died in li damage in Algena crash Extensive damage was sus tained by two Algona cars in a twocar crash just east of Algona on highway 18 Tues day evening about Driver of one of the Ro bert sus RENEE will be the featur ed majorette at the Algona band festival here October She is the national juniorsenior twirling and at present is a freshman new High School Football Master of Earl President Algo na Chamber of Entry of Bands across foot ball field east to Introduction of Band Star Spangled Banner by Garrigan High School Special Feature Twirling by Renee Stuedemann of Decorah Kilties Junior Drum and Bugle To modernize post office at Lone Rock Modernization of the post office at Lone Rock was fur ther advanced today with the announcement by Postmaster General Lawrence OBrien that a contract has been a warded to and Wil lard Lone to remodel and lease the build ing to the Post Office Depart This project is in accord ance with our policy of build ing new post offices only where they are urgently OBrien We are constantly reasses sing our construction pro gram to determine whether present buildings can be al tered or remodeled to take care of our expanding mail The successful bidder will remodel the building on the west side of Main street be tween Front street and Reba street and lease it to the de partment for five with renewal options running up to six The building will consist of square feet of interior OBrien explained that the departments capital in vestment is limited substanti ally to postal The building will remain under private with the owner paying local real estate Joe dies Tuesday Randy old son of and Ralph who farm near died at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Tuesday The youngster had a heart de fect since Funeral services for him are tentatively set for 9 Massed Band Numbers con Thursday at Josephs Ca ducted by visiting bandmas ters to be Iowa Band Law Moon River Military Escort Crowning of 1968 Algona Band Festival Queen by Miss tholic church with Father Leo Schumacher Buri al will be in the Joe cenie tory with the Hamilton fu neral home in charge of ar The youngster had entered Charlotte 1967 the hospital Monday for a Massed Band Let Me Call You Sweetheart Free shows for the band members at the Algona Thea tre by the Algona Chamber of Commerce at and as SENIOR AT NEBRASKA Mike son of and Gordon Al has returned to the University of DAMAGE CASE FILED Donald Prieskorn has filed suit in district court for as the result of a car accident at the corner of Mc Gregor and Phillips The Prieskorn car was driven by his son when the cars crushed March Anton Bec ker is annual meeting held 19 The Kossuth County Farm Bureaus annual meeting was held at Burt Tuesday This was the 50th anniversa ry of Farm A barbe cue was enjoyed by over 450 members and Featur ed speaker was Merrill An DCS Iowa Farm Bureau Officers reelected were William Swea Harold and Mike New vicepresident is Marvin LETTERS WE LIKE TO GET Dear Would you please discontinue the ad for the 1967 It was sold thru the Thank you The advertisement had been scheduled twice but the car sold on the first WONT YOU LET THE PEACH HELP YOU SELL NEXT TIME HHmHHIIHIHHUHMIIIMMIIHIIHIMmiMMHHMItlimMllllimHIIIMMMMIHIIHIHIUIIMHIIHHimMIUHIIIHimilM 400 at museum dedication Tentative Program All Activities Free to Public MORNING For mation starting at old athletic Luncheon starts for all bands at High School Luncheon for tained a bruise on the right Bandmasters and wives and side of the Band Queens at the Algona The crash occurred as Me Cullough and Edwin AFTERNOON also of Algona and driving an Marching band Iowa Beef Packers were demonstration on State going east and Hibbs was 24 Sock Hop at making a left turn into the High School driveway where he Concert at Kos He told deputy sheriff Don suth Wood he signaled for the Introduction of McCullough was passing Band Queens at the Court at the time and the machines Master of The McCullough Mayor William station which had r Marching band estimated stopped demonstration on State on the highway while the EVENING THC KOSSUTH HISTORICAL Society climaxed months of work in getting its new quarters in the former Legion Hall building 4n shape by staging an open house Sunday af A large number of persons attended the event and a part Pf the crowd at the dedication ceremonies is shown At left is Call featured Exclusive Advance Photo by Pill Call Des grandson of Ambrose one of the founders of Algo na and Kossuth said despite a noteable history the people of this as well as of the country as a have problems of unparallel ed He listed lack of emphasis on moral a need for H return to law and a need for a solution to thp racial and a nood to on Page 5   

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