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5 Record Attendance At Annual M eettng ~ 5 .
g5llore than 2410 persons signed the register state-atlarge, Seymour Goodman, Enter— sincere response, was made by Mr. Brown- I , 5
5 lhe 77th Annual Mid-W'inter meeting of prise, Elizabethtown; and Chauncey Forgey, ing. 5 i5 '
25.1, January 24-26, which indicated the Independent, Ashland, immediate past presi- President Forgey then reviewed the events ‘ 5
5st meeting in the association's history. (lent. of the past year and the progress made by 5
'5: 1945, the largest prior meeting, 149 per— A feature of this 1916 meeting was the the association during the trying period. 5
were registered. The meeting, not broadcast of the program from station His address will be found in another column. ‘5
5 was the largest in attendance, but the VVLVV, Cincinnati, on Thursday evening, He appointed as his convention committee, 5 i '
aam presented was highly interesting and from station VVHAS, Louisville, Satur- Virgil, Saunders, Carrollton. chanrman; .i ‘ 5‘
.5 instructive as was evidenced by the large day morning Thursday night, President Vernon \V. Richardson, Danville, and John ~ 5 5 ,
3‘ dance at; the sessions. liorgey presented some historical data on Crawford. Corbin, as the resolutions com- 5 . 5 5
5555mm A Browning. publisher of the the association, Connnitteeman Virgil B. mittee: Vance .—\rmtrout, Louisville, chair- _ ‘1 . i 5
$5551ng Republican, \Villiamsburg. was Saunders discussed the proposed pledge for man: Percy Landrum, Hartford, and Mrs. . 5
5555 led president. succeeding Chauncey the support of the “New England Plan” to George Hart, Murray, as the memorial com- ' 5 5
‘ 535. Breaking Prcfcdmh Fred 1;. VVachs. aid newspapers in case of newsprint shortage, mittee. , 5 5'
ml manager of the Lexington Herald- and Secretary l’ortmann discussed the 813- Harry \\". Schacter, president of the Com- 1' 5
55min, was elected first vice-president and IJI‘CntiCCShil) program for 11” newspapers in mittee for Kentucky, gave an inspiring ad- ’ i5 5 a
5551a Munford, junior publisher of the the state 51“” is being formulated. dress on the purposes, aims, and ideals of the 5 ' ,.’ . '
55011 County Advocate. Morganfield, was The last part of the Saturday morning committee, putting special emphasis on the " “if ,
551d second vice president. Victor R. session was broadcast over VVHAS. President reports of Dean Cooper, Maurice Seay, and ‘ 5.": a 5 §
§ aim, assistant professor of journalism, Browning was formally inducted into office Dr. Blackerby which have been published to 5. 5 '5
gitrsity of Kentucky, was reelected secre- by Chauncey Forgey; Secretary Portmann date. He thanked the newspapers for the 5 5.5
aggmanager. James M. ‘Willis. Branden- gave his annual address, and Ed M. Ander- support that they had given this worthwhile 5 5 '.
5iiilgivas elected chairman of the executive sou. Brevard, North Carolina. spoke on the survey of Kentucky and requested their con- 5 5 :
§§Pmktee and will also represent the fourth activities of the National Editorial .-\ssocia- tinued support. He called attention to the . 5 j
Uh“- tion. series of feature articles being written by - ‘, . 5 '55-
:lht first official act of president Brown- The meeting was Opened Thursday even— Ewing Galloway and hoped that the editors I i , 5 V
5th the announmmcut of his executive ing‘ by an informal reception of ”early would publlsh the series as their contribu- ‘ 5 555
5 55 me to serve during 1946. These in- birds” at the association’s headquarters in “0“ to the “(Wk 0f the committee. He fur- V i 5‘ , 5 7'
5deb)’ district: First. Joe. LaGorc. Sun- the Brown hotel: The formal session was ther explained that 105211 branches WOUId be 5 _ 5
'im‘mt. Paducah: second, John B. Gaines, called to order by President Forgey in the formed 1“ Ci‘fh county and invited the l 1
hell)’ News, Bowling Green: third, 55. M. South Room, Friday morning. Invocation participation 0f the editors in this impor~ _ l '5 .5- l5 5
5m", Courier-5purnal and Times. 'Louis- was pronounced by the Rev. C. E. Burns, film work. 1 5
> -:lilth, Virgil T. Saunders, News-Demo- Religious Coordinator of station VVHAS. Augustus Robbins, publisher of the Hope- : 5, . 5'
gcarrollton: sixth, Enos Swain. Advocate- The Hon. Leland Taylor. mayor of Louis- well, \r’irginia. News, former president of i . .5 I
huger, Danville: seventh. NOrman Allen. ville, extended ollieial greetings from the city KPA in 1935, was introduced and surveyed , z 1‘
5C0unty Times, Prestonsburg: eighth, and expressed his appreciation of the co- the work oil the Weekly Newspaper Bureau, ‘5 , " 5 i
'Hedden, Advocate, Mt. Sterling: ninth, operative spirit that existed between Louis- affiliate of the National Editorial Associa‘ :5 ; . 5
59¢ Whitehead. Harlan Enterprise, Harlan; ville and the rest of the state. A brief, but tion. He explained the purpose of the ”5 5 :5
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11 W51 2.1.? 1515 i newspaper publishing inc . ry k t “6.15 A proposal to amend “c 1 1 d t Fmgey “7C also ("XI-”Chis 0 h 1 mm
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5‘ “'55"! 55‘5“ ‘ ' l lude oxei one ha . . , - , of Tom . 1 d and tie .
“5 ""1 5:“ ‘5 K ‘ WhICI II’lC . 5 he absence . .- extClMC .
51 5‘1515 5“ 5‘5 5": - n’s Opulation. He explained the. id€_a in t 1 ‘lvashingtorp After some discus heir cmcrmmmmm
1.: ‘15155‘1 1215-5511 5 natio bP which seeks to accomplish its calle‘ to difficulties that would Pre' l 1 71 KPA Viva-President Fred B.
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:2. :51?" 1.31.! .311: -- rves He explained that the cost is sma te 1 )6“ [or their 101,31 and mmmumg dency of the Assocmmn, L
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1311111151241. 5‘ .‘3 simiiment and discussed the conditio . d The Cocktflfl part1- Friday . i 1 r his recovery. ’ .m is mm
1:; 71 5.33.111.” 15 ' '9. . 1n tlnt unhappy country. His a ’ 10s) of the Lexington Herald-Lem C “were“ the press of the mm grew
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.i‘ 55335.3“; 11111515 ‘1‘ 2k Ethridge was introduced and discus VVHAS. the LoiiisVille Boaid of Trade. ‘ the smithem Newspaper P1 ‘
.; 1‘: 111': 55‘ :5 Mal . l 1 11 of news wire services to 1 1:, -“n hotel set a new criterion for ypms mm 1nd Other assocmtions' ‘
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‘5 ‘5 ‘ 5 \ ‘ should make every effort to esm 15 New members of l\lA 8 (3C ’ (u _ (-lass postage rates would n. y -h Unit
. ‘1 . 1 5‘ grab: 1‘ -1e information services to every (onvention were: active. Times—Argus, Ian ”1.1101111, of the newspapers of tle‘ CS n
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‘1 ‘ . "11-1. 13 '5 1 the roun td ’ h discussion on . . declared adjourned. 51-. ear and, thTCH-i ;
i: .5‘ E: 1 - ‘ Tom Adams. who led t e t Meeting “as 1 the end of [m y ’ “is were adopt.
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‘15 ‘1 ‘ i afternoon- 1 d Resolved that we extend 0111 thanks to are far below cost 110“) of everv prmnng
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1". "1‘5 “ 5 ‘ 5 Chairman Harold L. Browning PICS 1e followng for their (tontiilnitions to th should be the 1”" D k, to have the 1111
‘1 5 V ‘ ‘ eekl llmChC‘m and immduced the [1 ' 2‘Rev C. L. Burns, Religious CO- establishment in KentllC ) (ts.
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bread mold, the bane of bakers and housewives for centuries. ' , Z 1 .'
zititiide to the .
11“"? mums? Grain, one of the oldest of human foods, contains an abundance of ' . ‘l i
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nourishment, as well as an abundance of mold spores. Given a little more _ {”1
;i(lc11t Fred B.‘ than average temperature and humidity, these spores go into action and the El
ngton Herald- bread is on Its way to the waste heap. This happened to the ceremonial bread ‘ . i! l --
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:11“ in “1,155? of the ancient Hebrews. lt plagued the bakers of early Roman days. And it i ' g i
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causes the loss of at least 150,000,000 pounds of bread in this country each . I i
uorarily disabledl year. . . . 1‘
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h K t ck) But Dr. William H. Cathcart, head of A & P’s national bakery labora- ‘ I . E, V :
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) Vice-Presidenl tories, has found that by movmg wrapped bread through an electronic oven _ {I ,
speedy recovery“. - and "broadcasting" di-electric heat through the loaves, he can kill the spores ‘ i . ‘
that the ASSOC” without affecting the taste, texture or nutritive value of the bread. :‘ 3 ' I
ces as preside“I : ~, . i '
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A 8. P Laboratories have thus surmounted one of the oldest of all food , q i
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nzltiOn is facmg problems. They move on now to other equally complex problems whose 1 j g
2, be it therefor? solution will bring consumers closer to the perfection they are entitled to in l
on endorse find their daily food purchases. , : 3 ‘
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Dr. Cathcarts achievement is typical of the way A & P strives to im- , I l .
anscs in scconl, prove the quality of foods while its stores find better ways of moving fine w
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