The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 30, 1964 · Page 9
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 9

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Friday, October 30, 1964
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Friday, Oct. 30, J 964. f; E4GE9 T JACKFEIGHNER BELJEVES IN: A SECURE PEACE... In this nuclear, age a secure peace must be our primary goal. We need new leadership to redirect our foreign policy. He proposes a U.S. Academy of Foreign Service to thoroughly train the best young minds available to represent America overseas. A REDUCTION IN FOREIGN AID... A re-evaluation and sharp cut back in Foreign Aid is necessary to eliminate ex*, iravaganf waste of taxpayer's money. We've' paid for a road in Cantbodiaihat; leads nowhere, an air-conditioned yacht for the Emperor of Ethiopia/ and bought bubble gum for Turkey. jr\ ' A STRONG SOCIAL SECURITY PROGRAM.. He will work for a strong, safe Social Security System that will protect the future buying power of the dollqrs you are now paying.'-He supports increased benefits necessary to keep up with rising costs of living. A WORKABLE FARM POLICY... A workable farm policy is needed to allow farmers a reasonable .xetum for their long hours and large capital investment; OurJiard working farm families have not received a fair share of our nation's prosperity* . ' A BALANC£D BUDGET It is possible to fcaldnctf'She Federdlljut^etliy using lliestime sound principles of economy you use in your homes and businesses. Surely the 11 cents of every 4ax<d»Itar und frjp aifafeaul- on the Motion*! Q#ht could k»#viAp bftUsr we .^J § l I (Say FIGHT-ner) DIFFERENCE! IN CONTRAST TO: THE BERUN WALL... The past .four years naVE brought the Wall in Berlin, missifes still in Cuba, and or losing war in Viet Nam costing American lives. Throughout the world, America's position is weakened.: ' FOREIGN AID GIVEAWAY..,. The present ^Congressman professes to oppose Foreign Aid, yet he voted for the -~ biggest Foreign Aid giveaway of all. On Dec. 24, T 963 (Roll Call Vote #256) he voted to sell owlyfieat to Russia on American credit. On May 20, 1964 (Roll Call Vote #f 33) toe; voted to subsidize Communist countries with American tax dollars. M' BENEFITS... During the past session of Congress, Republicans proposed a 5% increase in Social Security benefits to offcet the effects of inflation. The Democrats played politics and denied 17 million people this needed increase. BEEF IMPORTS... The failure of Congress to act promptly on beef imports caused a 30% drop in canle prices jnthe first 5 months of 1964. The parity ratio is now at an all time low, and farmers net income is down $300 million from 1963. The present farm •ptaajjom is not working. RECKLESS SPENDING... s Jneipresent^Cw»0wnMm*as consistently voted far rafsfng the National Debt ilimtt cwdifor swhamnecejssijry spending wstihe $345* week pay increase for himself. His spending record has earned him we congratulations of the ultra-? liberarA.D.A,^r REPUBLICAN FOR COJNCRESS * 'FalVforltyFetgbner Forpwires's £c^ittYe7tiWfoK "fnrf." ™." >^rt'Ajirtin,fChrin.j Mrs. W. Wolverton, Set; 6ui>arrish, Tress. 'j*' .**'.' '•:

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