Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 7, 1966
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•..if (l«we) ADVANCE MONDAY, NOy, 7, — Virl ELECT ^ i TO ^ ^^ '• - ' I b Positive Reasons for Electing Wiley Mayne 1. WILEY MAYNE favors an automatic increase in Social Security Benefits which IS possible without an increase in taxes. >y\." 'K',V' ; •••*';.'••'" •'- •••'• : ' -. • .• 2^ WILEY MAYNE favors making college tuition costs deductible on federal income tax. '••.•.;. "&• '•"!•'•.••<; '• " '",."[' •••'.;•••••••;.•. , •'-..• 3. .WILEY MAYNE favors returning a per cent of federal income tax to the states with no strings attached. •• • • ' •• • • . • -:"•* " , j • ! , _ .' t' • 4. WILEY MAYNE supports a VOLUNTARY feed- grain program which permits the individual farmer to make his own decisions. "' ;'*"••• 5. WILEY MAYNE would work for ECONOMY IN GOVERNMENT and end wasteful federal spending which is the cause of high prices, high interest rates and high taxes. 6. WILEY MAYNE favors continuing investment credit on federal income tax for faritiers and small bus,i- nessmen. ' ' < ?r~>, Wiley Mayne Serves Our Country In Peace And War ; 7. WILEY MAYNE agrees with eight out of ten lowans who support the right of the individual to work w ith out being compelled to join an organization. 8. WILEY MAYNE would amend federal laws to per' mit retired persons to earn more than $150^0, wi.tho.ut loss of Social Security benefits. .-••- ; ... : -. ; - .'.,-.u ,<-.,,.._-.,••_,.* ,..;.,;- •:,-• •..,.• , ; . ,;. . , ; . 9 ? WILEY MAYNE WoAiW exercisi INDEPENDENT JUDGMENT in casting his vote in congress. IS A FAMILY MAN was a special agent of the FBI from 1941 to 1943 when he entered the Navy. He served 17 months : '' aboard a destroyer escort in the Atlantic, Mediterranean and the Pacific. - His record of community service includes many terms as deacon and trustee of his church. He is a mem- .. the Mayor's Committee for International Visit-' i < ort, the Chamber of Commerce Education Committee and chairman of the Midwest Rhodes Scholar Selection Committee. ..Tl-.fllix:.. •- i • * Since graduation from the University of Iowa Law School, Wiley has become one of Iowa's finest trial • b- lawyers. A partner in the same law firm for 20 years, he represents individual citizens, companies, munici- 'pa I i ties /and cooperatives throughout northwest Iowa. One of the youngest men ever elected president of the Iowa State Bar Association, he now represents Iowa in the House of Delegates of the American Bar Association. Fellow lawyers and the courts have entrusted him with many responsible positions. WILEY MAYNE ,.'-)*. ^,1.At f,-. •« * .' '-. • -i * - ~ . f >— THE MAYNE FAMILY AT THEIR HOME IN SIOUX DATE; MRS. WILEY (BETTY) MAyNE; WILEY JR. Wiley Mayne's Hoots Go D.eep In Northwest Igwa To announce his candidacy for Congress Wiley Mayne returned to his home town of Sanborn. Htrt hi and his mother leave his birthplace, where hif rnpther still lives. His father and grandfather operated Mayne's Store for 60 years. Wiley won state championships in oratory and mu- fie. ft Sfftborn High School, was fullback on the football team, and graduated a* class valedictorian. Farmers Know Wiley Mayne's C^ose Ties To Jowa Agriculture Here he visits his cousin Warren Norton on the O'Brien County f«rm settled by Wiley's great grandparents in 1977. As a youth, Wiley worked on this and other farms in the Sanborn area. He has a deep interest in the problems of his farmer friends and clients. Wiley Mayne hat spoken out against the present administration's double talk to farmers. He is determined that the farmer receive a ffir shtre of the national income. REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR CONGRESS PAID FQ8 BY YOUNG CITIZENS FOR MAYNE, PAVIP HOLMES, CHAIRMAN, 50f $T V SjQU^ C1T.Y, IQWA CITY, LEfT TO RIGHT - JOHN; II; THE CANPI, 21; MARTHA, 23 . '• ' • t >' • • - "'. •' . • , : • Wiley Mayne Works With Labor and Management Wiley is shown above with construction workers at the new WincMrger plant in Sioux City, Wiley Mayne recogniiei the importance of more indus- trial development in Northwest low*. He under- •t«nd! the need f*r s,9ond commercial and indus- »ri«J f WKtb bffNiffitinej. workers end bufJnesimtn •li|f. Al pne of the itfte/i lading lawyeri, he represfnts a broad cross-seetlpn of the farming, laboring and business community, Wiley Mayne Care* About Our Service Men And Their Families *•*. Ht underhand* from personal experience the ha V - trilf, hardships and heartaches our men in uni- and their famjlie* art eijdy t m fl . Wi't«4 for him at home § .<fy«r twert in

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