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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - May 8, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana LAUGH PARADE BY BUNNY HOEST AND JOHN REINER Im sure hes too old for me He does Ed Sullivan HOWARD HUGE I dont know where or hes learned Elvis Its you I thought you were alive PARADES SPECIAL INTELLIGENCE Because of volume of mail received Parade regrets it cannot answer queries Lady Bird Johnsons Last Hurrah There are those who question Hillary Rodham Clintons speculation in the commodities market and whether the Whitewater investment was on the upandup but our current First Lady has the respect of at least one former First Lady I dont know her well but I applaud her dedication to what she feels is one of the most necessary things in public life these days which is health Lady Bird Johnson told PARADE My hats off to her I do like Mrs Johnson who left the White House 25 years ago met Mrs Clinton during the 1992 campaign Mrs Johnson and later was impressed by how Hillary wooed a crowd of 1000 at a healthcare symposium in Texas Lady Bird believes the press has been even tougher on the Clintons than it was on the Johnsons during the years when IB J was criticized for involvement in Vietnam Does she have any advice for the First Lady on taking flak from the media Public health is she said While they are fussing at you youll have to live with it and keep your eye on your Lady Bird logged in thousands of miles campaigning for her husband who died in 1978 Now shes standing up for her soninlaw Charles Robb to his reelection campaignpossibly against Oliver North Im out of the business of making speeches for the rest of my she said Her job To show up at meetings and clap as loud as I can because I believe in him and like She plans to make another appearance or two though a minor stroke last year left her with reduced on four cylinders instead of Still Lady Bird will be back in Washington on with Barbara Bush Nancy Reagan Rosalynn Carter and Betty Mrs Clinton is host of a tribute to Americas First Ladies Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis will not m The event is a fund lnWB7 raiser for the National Garden a 3aore showcase next to the Botanic Garden to the capital to be dedicated next year The project is dear to Mrs Johnson In her White House years she created a campaign to beautify the capital and encouraged the planting of wildflowers along Americas highways Its enormously satisfying to have planted the she said Me and a million Today at 81 Lady Bird is enjoying her family and working on what she calls her last National Wildflower Research Center in Austin which she founded in 1988 Does she miss public life Gosh said Mrs Johnson Having finished our time to Washington we oaine home to what was always home I just like the Mrs Clinton no doubt will feel the same way someday Honoring PoliceenpM Wlio Pfed in Action Betty to Wadttngfem m to 77 MAY 1884 PARAPB MAOA2INR
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