Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 27, 1968 · Page 5
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TARS BY BARBARA ROThE Last Wednesday night, the TARS met at 8:30 in the junior high school cafeteria to help prepare Easier Seals for mailing. The TARS folded and stuffed letters, addressed envelopes. Politics at A Glance By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Here is a summary of top po-: generously litical developments. : The Democrats: Sen. Robrt F. Kennedy says Republican Richard M. Nixon "has had no new ideas in the past decade." i contributions will Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy faces i a ted. press aide mutiny. President Johnson backed by 14 of nation's 24 Democratic governors. The Republicans: N'ixon appears to be editor-in-chief of GOP platform: Sen. Everett M. and did much of the clerical work on the Easier Seals. An- not'.icements were made concerning upcoming TARS activities during a break in the addressing. THIS SATURDAY, the TARS will have a giant Whatsit Sale. It will be at the National Guard Armory from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Any merchandise still left at 5 will bo auctioned off to Uie highest bidder. Brownwood merchants have contributed items for the sale. Anv and every kind of article will be on sale; old and new, furniture, clothes, appliances, everything. Any be appreci- | If items need to be picked ; up. please call Mrs. 'Ferris I Clements at 643-4914, Mrs. Jake Fair at 645-981(5, or Barbara or Bob Rolhe at 642-8099, - ' and they will see that your do- Dirksen, platform committee! na tion is picked up. Everyone chairman, says ideas moderates j j s urge( j to come t 0 the sale, seeking likely lo get lost in the drafting. The Independent: Third party candidate George Wallace says Kennedy advocates more civil rights legislation to gel agita- lors off Ihe streets "but the more.legislation they pass, the more they've got on the streets." School Position Goes to Waldrip WICHITA FALLS, Tex. (AP) —Dr. Donald Waldrip, 39. has been hired as the new superintendent of Wichita Falls schools at a salary of $23,000 a year. Waldrip, assistant superintendent of schools at Spokane, Wash., was hired Tuesday on a three-year contract. He is a former Wichita Falls resident. Also this Saturday, Barbara Rolhe and Chuck Morris will travel to Austin for a state TARS planning session. At this session, the nominating committee for the '68-'G9 officers will be set up, as well as ideas exchanged on the various problems and successes of local; (| ie j r TARS groups. SENIOR WHO'S WHO-$enlor ttudftttt* r»c«!v!nfl who's who honor* at Rising Star High School art left to right, Belinda Hickman, home economic! Ill, James Gerhardt, plane geometry; Sandra Linn«y, typing I; Brenda Bailey, American history; Bivirly White, civics and physics. (Bulletin Staff Photo) Campaign Industry Booms Wednesday, Mar. 5f, l$6§§86WNW66fi iLfltitfN- Dissenters Draw Blasts From (fee N'EW YORK (AP) - Former, Eisenhower said fa *aS not President Dwight D. Eisenhow- j objecting to "honorable dissent" er accuses Vietnam war dissenters of giving "aid and comfort to the enemy" arid says their behavior is probably "making and conceded that some peopliS sincerely believe "we have no business being in Vietnam." Hd said these people are "terribly but honorable negotialions imposst-; and dangerously wrong" ble." | have the right to be heard. In a copyrighted article in j However, he wrote scornfully the April issue of Reader's Di-| 0 f "a young U.S. Senator who gfet, Eisenhower said. "It is '• was quoted as saying that if w« improper, and 1 think unpatri- are fighting in Vietnam to pro- otic, to voice dissent in such a i c ct ourselves, then we must way that it encourages ouc ene- j concede that we are being selN mies to believe we have lost the jshly immoral." capacity to make a national de- „-. ... .. . , ., cision and act on it." , T° me ^ his 9ecms Uie hcighl Of the upcoming political of tor !, urued f '. cjas ?" lng ,'.'[ not campaign, he said: "I will not i wors * ' hc " ld : 'Certainly w« personally support any peace-1 aro . fI Kp lm 8 to defe P d ourselves at-any-pricc candidate who advocates capitulation and the abandonment of South Vietnam." Eisenhower said that in all his life he had never encountered a and other free nations against the eventual domination of communism. "In my opinion It would ba grosMy immoral not to resist a tyranny whose openly avowed By GARTH JONES Associated Press Writer Almost every candidate rim- ing and billboard companies because of the crush. There has been some pirating ning for public office in Texas | of clerical help in the state head- Ihis year wants to attract new j quarters as clerks and typists Waggoner Carr has his head-1 Austin headquarters with Mar- situation more depressing than' purpose is to subjugage the I the "present spectacle" of the ! earth—and particularly the I nation divided over the war. | United States of America," said Eisenhower, commander of • Eisenhower. quarters in the International ] vin Collins and John Knaggs. j the allied armies in Europe dur-1 Life Building with Rep. Randy I both formerly with stale GOP ing World War II, called for a Pendleton of Andrews, a close friend and associate of House industry to the stale. j would quit one candidate 'to go ! Speaker Ben Barnes, as cam- What they don't say is that | to another who paid more. One i paign manager. Bonner McLanc pir Vnrv ramnaion<; arp a i .»,.•,;„„ ,,n«JiJni« !,«„ «*• «;j. ...u_ otiM die Winn.Mpl.nno Act./\/^i_ headquarters, to manage all aspects of his campaign. end to "divisive" political debate over Vietnam. The Gideons are associated with the placing of Bibles in hclel rooms. TARS ARE still looking forward to the state convention in San Antonio, Saturday. April 20. Some 700 TARS will assemble for the convention very campaigns are a i major candidate has an aide who multi-million dollar industry that is causing a minor boom of prosperity presently within certain professions and crafts. "If you know a good public relations man with experience in spends most of his time recruiting hired help. Of the 10 Democratic candidates for governor, at least seven have launched major statewide campaigns and five of them u/hinh u a hiahiiohf n r thr, • ? ny kind of P oluical race - send have state headquarters in Aus- wluch is a highlight of the | lim around anci nl give him a state organization. There will be a TARS meeting tonight at 8:30 in the cafeteria of Junior High School to complele the work on the Easter Seals. Also, final plans for the Whatsit Sale will be discussed. good job," said a Austin campaign manager. "There's a shortage now. Some statewide candidates have had trouble finding capable key employes for their state headquarters and getting satisfactory contracts with advertis- PROMPT COURTEOUS PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Your good' Health is our most important concern. 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