The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 19, 1964 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, October 19, 1964
Page 6
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PAGE 6 TIPTON DAILY TMBUNE f Monday, Oct. 19, 1964 f> A Mill , * IS the REPUBLICAN FOR CONGRESS As a farm.owner Jack Feighner has a good understanding As a former trustee of Oak Hill School Corp., Jack main- As a successful businessman, Jack is interested in keep- These neighbors have always found a willing listener in of the problems facing farmer, He will work to regain a tains an active interest in the aua.ity of education aval,- ^^^^^^^^Z SUptanceT ^SS.^ S" p"- dustrial areas, and must grow with the economy. gram., fair share of today's prosperity for farmers. able to our children. As a marine in world War II, Jack Feighner served in the South Pacific struggle. His interest in peace takes top priority in his bid for Congress. T 4 As a deacon in the Presbyterian Church, Jack has worked closely with his minister who describes Jack as a "Man of character and courage who gets things done." v Legislating comes naturally to a three term member of the state legislature ... like Jack. In 1965, he was elected majority leader of the Indiana House of Representatives, fn i recent discussion with an exchange visitor to Russia, « Jack Feighner pointed out some of the shocking details ' U. S. foreign aid giveaway programs. : ' Paid for by Feighner For Congress Committee, Marion, Ind. ' Robert Austin, Chrm.; Mrs. W. Wolverton, Secj Gus Parrish; Treas. Jack Feighner believes that the strength of America must be • •. as it has always been in the past... the family. - He and 5th district his wife, Marilyn, are lifelong Hooslers and residents of%it Daughter Sara and son John are two of the best reasons for Jack Feighner's intense Interest In the of our district and America.

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