The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1949 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 7, 1949
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1919 LB (ARK.) COtmrKR N'EWs Mt. Vernon, III., Doctor Honored AMA Cites Physician For Service Rendered To His Community WASHINGTON, lice 7 M>)-D Andy Hall of Mount, Vernon. III., yesterday was named HID "outstanding genrral practitioner ot the year" by the American Medical Association. Dr. Hall, who will be 85 ncxl Jan. 8, Is the lather ot three sons who are doctors. The AMA House of Delegate? voted him a gold medal for having |L "rendered exceptional service to hi? r community." The AMA's board of trustees had put up three names irom among those nominated by slate niedica: associations for the aivrd. The third doctor on the final balloting was Dr. Lyle "Bunny" Hare o Snearfish. S.D. Or. Hall was graduated fron Northwestern University medica school in 1B9D and has practiced ji Mount Vernon—as "a typical country doctor" the AMA salt! — Joi nearly 60 years. Hi* family has producer! nearlj a dozen physicians including hi own three sons. .Screes In 3 Wars Dr. Hall served his country in three wars. In the Spanish-American War he was a regimental surgeon with .the rank of major. He also served during the Philippine insurrection in 1900. In World War T he served OK a' hospital at Camp Upton. N.Y. He was chainvum of the Medical Board of Appeals under selective service for the 29th district of Illinois during World War TI. Dr. Hall directed the Illinois Slate Department of Public Health from 1929 to 1933. The AMA said "hi.s performance in that task Is still a model for the work of the department." He was elected mayor of Mount Vernon in 1891 and for eight years headed the Mount Vernon town^ ship high school board. W The Mount Vernon Chamber of Commerce in 1946 voted Him its distinguished service award "for outstanding and distinguished community service." ' PAGE NINE ATOMIC TEST CHIEF-Lt.- Gcn, Elwood R. Quesada of the Air Force, above/, will command the joint task [orce that will carry out a new series of atomic bomb tests al Eniwetok Island In the Pacific. Exact dates of the tests, sponsored jointly by th< Defense Department and the Atomic Energy Commission were not disclosed for security reasons. Vishinsky Returns Home Rumor of Drouth Now NEW YORK, Dec. 7- </Pi—Andre Y. Vishinsky. Soviet foreign minister, sailed for home on the U.S. Uner America yesterday. Vishinsky has been at the United Nations Assembly since it opened Sept. 20. It is ex[>ected to adjourn Ms weekend. Church Groups ! To Aid Fight on ; Race Segregation ATLANTA, Doc. 7, ^TV-Leaders of ! more than 23,000,00(1 U.S. Protestant Church members voted today to hcfp Negroes in a court bailie to end racial separation. Only Southern Presbyterians dissented as the policy was proclaimed in the heart of (lie South by the executive committee ol the Fecierftl Council of Churches of Christ in America. The council win inlervene with a p!ea before the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of a Texas Negro, Hcr- miin Morion Swenft, who is -seeking admission to a \vlutc slate university. Swcalt Is nUaeklng the traditional Southern theory of ".separate but ctiunV facilities (or Negroes. The church council will argue that separation itself Is unequal. unchristian and illegal discrimination. The brief will note that the Presbyterian Church in the U.S., the Southern Branch of Presbyterians, abstains from the policy. All other larf;c Southern Protestant denominations agreed, except Southern Baptists, who are not members of the Federal Council. Another report of Protestant leaders called for a reshaping ol American policy in the Far East to help the ma.spc.s ot people toward better living cftnditions. SICK? Stomach, Liver and Gall Bladder upset, Tongue coated, Bad breath. Bad taste. You have heartburn, gas and dizzy spells, gas in your howls, may press upon yonv bladder, causing backaches. 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