BUIU 5!!j! STRONG VOICE FOR YOU TOMORROW i IN STATE & NATION In Washington ... they used to say that a first term Congressman should be seen, but not heard. Stan Greigg did not abide by that theory. Today your Congressman is highly respected in Washington by Republicans and Democrats alike. SPEAKER McCORMACK SAYS: "The people of your district are Justified in being proud of your great record in Congress. You have represented your district, your state, and our country with keen vision, outstanding ability, and courage in supporting progressive legislation for the best interests of our people. On your record, you deserve re-election. I urge the people of your district to re-elect you, enabling us to again serve together in the Nintieth Congress, fighting for legislation for the best inter, est of our people and for the national interest of our beloved country." JOHN W. McCORMACK, SPEAKER UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Rep. Greigg is often seen with other youthful legislators of his generation; Here he's seen with Senator Robert Kennedy of New York and Iowa Governor Harold Hughes. "As I have said so often since coming to Congress, a direct air route to the West has been a high priority item with me. The decision we now have received can ba heralded as a progressive step forward for all of Northwest Iowa." These are Rep. Greigg's comments when announcing approval of a Western Air Route for Northwest Iowa. • "This great, young Congressman Greigg must be returned to Congress. His youthful energy, his tireless efforts, and his purposeful dedication reflect the kind of leadership which builds for the future ... he has my solid endorsement." Harold Hughes Governor of Iowa "Stan Greigg came to Washington to fight for Iowa in the halls of the Congress of the United States. He returns to Northwest Iowa often to get the feeling of the people. He realizes, as -I do, that what is good for Iowa is good for the Nation." Robert Kennedy Senator, New York Congressman Greigg and Economic Opportunity Director Sargent Shriver discuss pending legislation as it relates to Northwest Iowa. Former Iowa Senator Guy Gillette talks with Con-, gressman Greigg about Northwest Iowa and it's role in the Nation's future at the 196$ Community Conference in Washington, D. C. Rep, Greigg expressed high personal satisfaction after his work to assist North Junior High School students to obtain a U.S. Postage stamp honoring American Servicemen. He is shown here with Post-, master. General Lawrence O'Brien during the stamp's "First Day of Issue" ceremonies in Sioux Pity, -. : j . . During the ceremony Congressman Greigg stated: "Today, freedom becomes more vibrant, democracy more treasured, and liberty more cherished because of the visions and the dreams of our youth."
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