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AP Membership Elects Seven to the Board: Two Incumbents Re-Elected; Two Incumbents Not Returned

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AP Membership Elects Seven to the Board: Two Incumbents Re-Elected; Two Incumbents Not Returned

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AP membership elects seven to the board

Seven members, including five insurgents, were elected to the Associated Press board of directors at AP's annual meeting in Vancouver, B.C.

They were elected from 14 nominees at the session held in conjunction with the annual American Newspaper Publishers Association convention.

Elected to three-year terms were incumbents Edwin L. Heminger of the Findlay (Ohio) Courier and Donald E. Newhouse of Newhouse Newspapers.

Heminger is to represent a city of under 50,000 population.

Two other incumbents, William M. Boyd of the New Brunswick (N.J.) Home News Publishing Co., and Robert C. Maynard of the Oakland (Calif.) Tribune were not re-elected.

Newly elected directors are Stephen Hamblett of the Providence (R.I.) Journal-Bulletin; Robert H. Hartmann, the Evansville (Ind.) Press; Gregg K. Jones, the Greenville (Tenn.) Sun; Mary Schurz, the Danville (Ky.) Advocate-Messenger; and George W. …

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