Fullerton for GOP Nomination
and same Mil- FULLERTON (Continued from Page One) In his announcement state- ment, Fullerton said be has served in numerous organiza- ions during the past 25 years 'which have been most helpful :o me ,to understand the prpb- .ems that exist in Beadle and also in ihe state of Soulh Dakota." "I have been in business far too long lo -be fooled by the proposition lhat all problems can be solved by one man," le said: -"I would enjoy serving Beadle County in I h e : South .Da- rala Senate as did my falhci before me in the lale 1950's!' eco- Mas- He continued: am wel] aware of the problems facing agriculture today as t have jirectly involved in owning a farm for the past five year's.' "Realistically, I do not pro fess to be an expert on all of the farm problems, all of Ihe tax problems, all of the school problems or all of the business problems facing us lo day." Fullerton said he believes Ilia, his candidacy should meet the standards that the people o Beadle County demand of an elected official. "It has been my observation that successful candidates arc called lo service by~the people r a t h e r Ihan politicians," "I would pledge lo you lha I will, be honest, use common sense, be sincere, and Avorl bard for all the people in County as (here is a job t do, and 1 believe (hat I bav the capacity to do Ibis job serve as your senator from die Coimly."