Murray, Billie L., Nov. 21, 1950
85 Arkonsons Homed on Legion Committees Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 21 (fP) — Eighty five Arkansans have been appointed to national American icglon committees by national Commander Erie Cocke, Jr. James E. McDanicl, Joncsboro, heads the Arkansas group appoint id on the unAmcrican activities committee. Other Arkansans in elude O. E. Bishop, El Dorado, rtajor Billie L. Murray, Fort Lee, Va., Homer Pirtle El Dorado Charles Wilkins, Magnolia, Robert Vogt, man, Rogers and El Dorado. William Hick Seven Arkansans arc on the na ional security training commit ;ee. They are Lt. Col. Lee V. Casey, ,ittle Rock, Cy Carney, Fayctte ville, W. P. Ellis, Pine Bluff, R.T. Elkins. El Dorado Ned Mallory, Forrest City, Harold Jinks. Piggott, and Maury Jenkins, Little Rock. : Dr. L. J. Kosminsky, Texarkana, and Dr. Garland D. Murphy, Jr., El Dorado, were appointed on the national child welfare commission and Gov. Sid McMath heads a list of 18 Arkansas Legionnaires ap pointed to the distinguished guests committee.