The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1966 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1966
Page 13
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BUILDING FOR TOMORROW ACTION FOR PEOPLE TODAY 1 Dear Congressman Greigg: "Without your help, our son could not have relumed from Viet Nam before my husband's passing ... I want you to know how much ..." "I really thought we might have to close the store and move out to California before you mentioned those Small Business loans. Thanks for all the help in contacting ..." "I thought our mix-up with the Social Security people would never get straightened out, but a few days after I wrote you ..." "The State Department got the lead out of its pants and we got our passports for the trip to Europe as soon as you . . ." "Your advice to our son, David, regarding the Student loan program has made it possible for him to . . ." "You just don't know how thrilled we were to receive your telegram. As members of the opposite party, we are grateful you make West Point selections on merit testing without considering politics. That's not so in my brother's state where . . ." "Washington was the highlight of our summer vacation. The White House tour was wonderful. You-and your staff did everything under the sun to . . ." "I never thought I'd get an A on my government term paper. Many thanks for the information you sent, particularly the pamphlet on 'How Our Laws Are Made' and the . . ." "The Government contracts you advised us about could make possible an addition to the plant and some new employees . . ." "Although we don't always see eye to eye, I sure do want to thank you for .. ." "Mother's trip from the old country was truly fine. Although she doesn't speak English. I showed her your picture and she said to 'tell the young man how much we . . /' "The other members of the Council join with me in expressing our gratitude for your action to . . ." ' <, 5;'HC!A// • <s<- '«,

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