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L (la.) Upptr D«« MolnM Thurtday, Nov. 3, 1966 15 License* For New Vehicles Fifteen new cars or trucks were licensed in Kossuth county during a preceding week at the office of Rosella Voigt, county treasurer. New license registrations went as follows: Chevrolet - Farmers Coop, Elev., Titonka (truck); Jean Runksmeier, Ledyard; Kossuth Motor, Algona; John L. Intermill, Titonka. Ford - John J. Stein, Bancroft; Francis Crotty, Whittemore; Harley Boeckholt, Titonka; Marvin Lallier, Algona; Dean Swanson, Swea City. Mercury - Oswald Underbakke, Elmore; Curtis Haahr, Algona. VOTE FOR MERTIE H. HUBER Rtpibllean Candidate for COUNTY RECORDER NOV. 8 • Received tptclillitd training at Hamilton Builnan Collate, Maion City • Tan yaari axparlanct In Tltonka Savings Bank • Bxparlenct at bookkeeper at Burt and Tltonka elevaton • Widowed with one ion, Oary, student In Burt High School & 84 Rambler - James Hinton, Algona; Raymond Kramer, Algona. Buick - Doyle Dalley, Algona. Chrysler - Treila G, Patterson, Algona. Scientist From Buena Vista To Visit Titonka IOWA CITY, IOWA-Students at Titonka will have an opportunity to hear a scientist from Buena Vista College when he visits Tltonka under sponsorship of the Iowa Visiting Scientist Program. Wayne Wild, who is chairman of Natural Science at Buena Vista, will visit Titonka Nov. 18 to give students some insights into his/ her scientific specialty. Wild is chairman of the Division of Natural Science at Buena Vista College. His field of special interest and research is thermionic emission. He received a B. S. degree from South Dakota State College and an M.S. degree from the University of Wisconsin, His professional activities Include membership in the American Physical Society, the Iowa Academy of Science and Sigma XI. Re-Elect Jack U. S. Senator STRONG-PROGRESSIVE-RESPONSIBLE Jack Miller believes the population trend to large cities should be reversed; that industry should decentralize so employees and their families will have more wholesome living in smaller communities instead of a bumper-to- bumper congested future. Jack Miller co-sponsored the bill which is providing assistance to smaller communities to develop their water and sewer systems; and he has proposed special industrial development assistance for communities where there has been a substantial decline in farming population. Jack Miller has consistently /voted for the appropriations needed to put the feed grains and other farm programs into operation. He is one of the members of the Senate Agriculture Committee who have fought against powers for the Secretary of Agriculture to depress grain and livestock prices—powers which have held the parity ratio to an average of 78 under this Administration! REPUBLICAN C lowant for Miller, George Wilton, Chairman "Retired persons deserve automatic increases "Children deserve the opportunity to grow into careers of their own choosing, in Social Security benefits and should }>c without haying to join any organization. Your present Congressman voted to force allowed to earn more than $1,500 a year people to join unions to hold jobs. He is still committed to repeal of the right to without losing benefits. Your present Con- work law. I will vote to keep section 14-B. I am against forcing citizens into unions grcssman failed to act on this. I would act." or any other organizations. "Your present Congressman stood aside ai anti-poverty money went to highly paid bureaucrats. I would insist that it go to the needy, not the greedy." WILEY MAYNE CONGRESSMAN Representing YOU is the MAYNE Idea REPUBl Wiley Muyne is a recognized community leader. He was born in Sanborn, attended college on a scholarship and entered law practice at only $100 a month. Wiley Mayne deals every day with problems of Sixth District residents — businessmen, farmers, educators, workingmen, young people, home makers, retired. This is why Wiley Mayne is best qualified to speak for you in Congress. Vote for Wiley Mayne on Nov. 8. \"\'our present Congressman has rated U'illy- nllly for wasteful spending, but did nothing to vrotect the family-size fiirm. lit- mis silent when the Administration depressed farm prices and accused farmers of causing inflation. I would not tolerate this." Mayne For Congress Committee, Robt. Gleeson, Treas. Tltonka Church Guest Day Set For November 4 The Good Hope Lutheran Church Women of Tltonka are sponsoring a Guest Day for the women of the area on Friday, November 4, at 2:00 p.m. Special speaker for the event will be Mrs. Gora (Priscilla) Tudu representing the Santal Northern Evangelical Lutheran Church of India. Special music will be a girls triple trio and a girls trio presented by the music department of Tltonka Consolidated High School under the direction of Byron Henn. An Offertory duet will be played by Mrs. Leonard Leeck at the organ and Mrs. Charles Sass at the piano. An offering will be received and used for mission work in India. Mrs. Tudu in presently on a "woman-to-woman" witness in the United states to bring a personal thank you for the mission support from America but also to learn more of the woman's role in American church life, so that she can bring ideas and inspiration to the women of India to take a greater part in God's Kingdom work in India. Besides being a gracious wife and mother, Mrs. Tudu is the headmistress of the upper primary school at Kaerabani, India, where her husband is principal. A sound color film, "Decisive Journey" will be shown,, as it shows the life of a Santal family, Mrs. Tudu plays the part of the mother in this film and both she and her husband wrote the narrative used in this movie. Following the program a fellowship hour will be held in the church parlors at which the Shirley, Jennie and Janan Circles will serve and the Florence Circle will be hostesses. This fine program Is open to all women. Ex-Algonan Is Named To High Exam Board IOWA CITY, IOWA - John W. Shirley, a 1932 graduate of the University of Iowa, has been elected chairman of the board of trustees of the College Entrance Examination Board, which represents 1,026 institutions. ' Shirley," whose home town is.? ' Algona, 'received'a Ph.D. degree c in English at the U of I in 1937. He has been provost and vice president for academic affairs at the University of Delaware since 1962. Before that he did graduate work at the University of Nebraska and was for 13 years dean of faculty and dean of the School of General Studies at North Carolina State College. His election took place in New York at the annual meeting of representatives of the CEEB. His father was a former Kossuth county superintendent of schools. Ex-Lone Rock Resident Has Heart Surgery LONE ROCK - Richard Jensen, 30, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jensen of Hackensack, Minn., former Lone Rock residents, underwent successful open heart surgery on Oct. 21. Mr. Jensen had the surgery in Tucson, Ariz., where he makes his home. Hu is a professor of Latin at the University of Arizona. The surgery was necessary to remove scar tissue from the heart due to rheumatic fever he had when a senior in the Lone Rock High School, Mr. Jensen is married and the father of three sons, Real Estate Transfers' Bell, Robert J. & Mv.ry to Virgil Spencer 10-19-66 Bell's Add. Lots 7 & 10; Algona, Bellinger, Hilda & Kenneth to Clarence Wayne Gingrich et ux 10-18-86 Lot 7 blk 7 & S 46' 0. P. lot 8 blk 7; Fenton. Drummer, Marie & Joseph; Viola et vir; Walter, Theresa et vir; Edmund et al to Marlyn & Joan Albertson 10-18-66 Way & Barrett's first College Add. lots 3, 4, 5, & 6 blk 4; Wesley. Fickbohm, Dorothy & Thomas to Clarence Wayne Gingrich et ux 10-18-66 Lot 7 blk 7 & S 46' 0. P. lot 8 blk 7; Fenton. Hutchinson, Thelma E. ( Sgl. & Jessie B., sgl. to Howard L. Hoeok & Katharine 10-20-66 SW 1/4 4-96-29. Patterson, Jewell M. & Lucile to Verl Patterson 10-19-66 E1/2 SW J/4 1-94-29 Peterson, Fern D., Wdw. to Warren E. & Jane Thompson 1018-66 Lot 6 blk 12 & W 9' 0. P. lot 7 blk 12; Swea City. Shilliwrton, Robert F. & Betty E. to Eugene E. It Eldoia Mary Minard 10-19-66 8 1/2 Call's Add. lots 5 & 6 blk 182; Algona. Walter, Elmer H. 4 Blanche M. to John F. & Rita Forbes 10-21-66 Call's Add. lot 6 blk 194; Algona. Bell, fiotart J. A Ifety to Gilbert L. A Maty Bwischoter 10-26-66 Bell's Add. lot 8 Algon&. OH COME NOW! Let's Be Accurate!! OUK DEMOCRATIC FRIENDS HAVR KKEN SO CARRIE?) AWAY THEY HAVE HKKN CARRLEKS WITH THE FACTS IS A FACT IPI I!!IK!'!M,IIIIW1I HIHffiffili lilllllirjIIIIDIIIIIJIIIlllllll'lllllllllfflllfflllllllHllllllltlll Harold Hughe* Feb. 1, 19(55 in proposing the withholding plan recommended "onc-ituir the total tax load he forgiven to mriirc FAIUNKSS to all taxpayers." Hughes said . . , "This method would not . . . result in an unnecessary 'windfall' to the state." Democrats hi the senate voted this down. Bill Murray would carry out the forgiveness plan. The federal government forgave 75 per cent; Wisconsin and Minnesota among others also forgave a part. Why not Iowa ? HERE IS A FACT Bill Murray's proposal will provide for additional funds _. cation, highways and building needs of the state., The windfall will reach 100 million dollars — ample for state needs and a re fund of our money. HERE IS A FACT lilllllllllllllllllfllllllllllillllillllilllllllllilllllllllllfflllflilM Forgiveness would benefit taxpayers and would average from $50 to $55 per TAXPAYER. The $12 "dole" lor non-taxpayers i? a fraudulent statement — only taxpayers would get a refund. How come the state tax commission hasn't gone after the so-called "50,000 tax cheaters" who didn't pay a tax? If they know who to pay a refund to don't they know who to collect from? A FACT BILL MURRAY was at the Kossuth county fair and at the annual Barbecue, Remember! It is understandable the democrats didn't know this as none of their major candidates thought enough of the Kossuth fair to attend. HERE IS A FACT Congressmen are supposed to represent their district in Washington. If Greigg came out here 60 times to politic and bask in adulation by democrats, he neglected his duty. However it is also true a congressman who is a rubber stamp does not have to study bills or vote for his district — just vote how the boss wants him to. HERE IS A FACT Greigg had a zero voting rating on 12 major issues of a national farm organization. He voted on only 10 — and of the 10 votes each was against the recommendations for farmers. HERE IS A FACT Democrats have contributed the highest state taxes, the highest interest rates, and lowest purchasing power of the dollar in history. They have arrogantly displayed political partonage in state offices. They have white washed in such instances as the Bobby Baker and Dennler cases. HERE IS A FACT JIIIIIIHillllllllilllllllll lUIUIIIIlllIIIIII The U. S. secretary of agriculture has taken pride in lowering prices for farm produce and advised his congressmen to "duck, slip and slide" when confronted with the fact. Our congressman has followed the Freeman advice. IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE- VOTE REPUBLICAN VII {•••••BBBBBIIIll KOSSUTH CO. 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