James Herbert Jones

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State Auditor of Arkansas, Adjutant General of the Arkansas National Guard

Why Is James Herbert Jones Influential?

According to Wikipedia, James Herbert "Jimmie Red" Jones was the Arkansas State Auditor from 1956 to 1980 the Adjutant General of the Arkansas National Guard from 1979 to 1981 and 1983 to 1984. Early life Jones was born in Magnolia, Arkansas, where he grew up and attended high school. He was a standout high school football player, and captain of his team. Jones attended Southern State University, where he played college football, serving there as a team captain as well. He played with Charlie McClendon, who later became the longtime head coach of Louisiana State University. After college, Jones attended the University of Arkansas School of Law, and Keegan's School of Radio and Television in Memphis, Tennessee.

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