The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 7, 1976 · Page 18
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 18

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Tuesday, December 7, 1976
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B8 Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, December 7, 1976 if you woro 30 lbs. loss Practical Approach to Agriculture Sheepherder Campaigns for Carter Administration Post this Christmas imagine, how great you would look and fool. establish communication with the new administratiion "whether it's as secretary of agriculture, editor of Nation's Center News or Harding County sheepherder" can't hurt. "If Carter is as close to farmers as he claims, he will understand the term," Brdwn wrote back. "Many generations of farmers have drug things around and are not apt to change because a grammar critic is shocked at the language." Although his support for Carter may have cost him some subscriptions in the conservative rangeland, Brown has no regrets. He figures anything he can do to It's possible . . . you could lose up to 30 lbs. in just 30 days using Weight Loss Clinics Liquid Protein NON-DIET. Now you can lose weight quickly, safely and easily without drugs, injections, loss of energy or exertion. Losing weight is easier than ever before even for people who've tried every other method and failed. And you keep it off. this through to the point of getting a reply from Carter forces." So far, there's been none. Brown's sons have run. his 1,700-acre ranch in Harding County since he began writing a column called "Sheepherder's Diary" two years ago. It wasn't long before Brown decided to start his own paper, investing $35,000 for the plant and equipment. He works with a staff of about 10 and circulation has risen to about 1,-600. He writes all his copy in longhand, paying little mind to spelling and grammar. "I don't know spelling or grammar," he said. "Pronouns and nouns never interested me. And typing breaks my train of thought." One reader wrote to criticize his use of the word "drug" instead of "dragged" in a front-page letter to Carter. By PHYLLIS MENSING Attocialnl Prtu Writtr BUFFALO, S.D. - His spelling and grammar could stand improvement, but a South Dakota sheepherder figures that shouldn't disqualify him from being U.S. agriculture secretary. Lawrence Brown, 51, is conducting his campaign as editor of a weekly newspaper, the Nation's Center News. His qualifications for agriculture secretary? "A lifetime of exposure to the industry and a wife who has cooked thousands of meals for branding, shearing and harvest crews. Also, my family is qualified to handle chores on horseback, with modern machinery or at the industries' conference tables. "Therefore, I think I am better qualified than some Harvard professor with a bunch of beautiful " theories he would like to try out on the nation's farmers." After the general election, Brown replied on the front page of his newspaper to a group of western I South Dakotans urging Presidentelect Jimmy Carter to name Brown agriculture secretary. 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