'. JANUARY 20,198* BLtTHEVlLLB (ASK.V COURIER NEW! PAGE FIVB JO riEW DELL KIWANIS OFFICERS — Glenn Cook, vice president; O, E. Hunulcut, president, and Boyce Russell, secretary-treasurer, (left to right) are new officers of Dell's Kiwanis Club. Mr Hunnicut succeeds Charles Armstrong as president. Board members include Harry Cook, J. D. Barnes, J. C. Dobbs, B. T. Ladher, J. T. Tate and Mr. Armstrong. Committee chairmen announced by Mr. Hunnicut include Robert Edwards, boys and girls; R. B. Crawford, Key Club; Garfield Lewi s, underprivileged Children; A. E. Caldwell, Voca- tional guidance; Lindel Bolen, agriculture and conservation; A. B. Smith, public and business affairs; C. A. Smith, churches; Boyce Russell, achievement reports; John Stevens, Jr., attendance and membership; Martin Trenkle, finance; J. T. Tate, house committee; Charles Armstrong, interclub relations; Glenn Cook, Kiwanis educational and fellowship; J. D. Barnes, laws and regulations; Henry Cook, new club building; B. T. Ladner, program and music; E. H. Hall, public relations; J. C. Dobbs, reception. DISTRICT KIWANIS CHANGE — A. E. Caldweli (left). Dell Klwanian, is shown as he took over as lietenant governor of the Ki wanis Mo- Ark District's Division 12 from Jim Hyatt of Osceola. Mexican Troops Called to Keep Border Closed I EL PASO, Tex. (if)— Troops in Six northern Mexican states have been mobilized to prevent a general exodus of farm workers to Hie United States seeking employment, the El Paso Times said yesterday. Mexico closed its borders to farm workers Saturday night following | Rosenbergs' Attorney the collapse of negotiations for re- j • . ft;,!. ,_-„ * newal ot the United States-Mexico / O HgM Disbarment migrant labor pact. Pear has been expressed that farm workers would stampede to the border. Hmmm —So It Is PORTSMOUTH, H. W — A (Portsmouth chain store manager ! received his instructions about preparing for Easter. ' The orders mailed from chain ! headquarters remind "Easter this ' year falls on Sunday." Argentine-Mexico Treaty Proposed MEXICO CITY 0P) — President Juan Peron's Argentine government, already strengthening its trade ties with South American countries, has proposed that Mexico join it in an economic treaty. The suggestion was made by representatives of the Argentine Embassy who were here last night with about 50 prominent Mexican businessmen and business visitors from Argentina. NEW YORK 1/PJ — The attorney for Julius and Ethel Rosenberg hays he will defend himself against | disbarment proceedings and claims his record is unblemished. The lawyer, Emanuel H. Bloch, faces the disbarment proceedings for saying, at the graves of the executed Rosenbergs, that he placed "the murder of the Rosen- bergs at the door of President Ei- Ship Designer Dies DRYMEN, Scotland (If) — The sixth Duke of Montrose, who 3d to have invented and designed HMS Argus, the world's first aircraft carrier, died today after a week's illness. He was 75. senhower, Mr. Atty Gen, Herbert H. Brownell and FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover." Protestants Hit 'French Line' NEW YORK (AP) — A power ful protestant church group has joined the attack on Howtird Hughes' movie "The French Line." The Christian Herald magazine and the Protestant Motion Picture Council's National Reviewing Group said yesterday in a joint statement that the movie is "an offense to all descent people both on the grounds of morals and plain good taste." The council says it speaks for 48 million American protestants. Deer Likes School GRAND CANYON, Ariz. (If}— A fawn is attending classes at Grand Canyon School. Ranger Joe BlacK lound it abandoned last spring. Since then the deer has attached itself to the school childern. Every day it follows them to school. I BEAUTIFUL PERMA-TOP Tables AT ONE SPECIAL LOW PRICE YOUR CHOICE 'The Safest Place to Buy Furniture Since 1916" See This Thrilling Selection Of Tables TODAY! BBARD & SON Phone 4409 FURNITURE Masked Bandits Take $4,000 DENVOR tfp) — Two masked bandits bound and gagged a wealthy wholesale liquor operator, his wife, daughter and the family maid and escaped with loot, totaling nearly $4,000 last night. Police said the bandits gained admittance to the home of Joseph Zerobnick by ringing the doorbell and shouting, "Special delivery. Once inside, police snid, they carefully bound and gagged Rerob- nick, manager of the Midwest Liquor Co., his wife Goldie, a daughter Natalie, 12, and the maid, Rita Thompson. Too Optimistic COPAN, Okla. VH — Last week this northeastern Oklahoma villlage tore down its jail for lack of customers. 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