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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Anderson, Indiana A2monday, May 25, 2015 i the Herald bulletin acupuncture results for. Hot flashes arthritis pain Ibro Myalgia sinus allergies Anderson a Donald Davidson historian for the Indianapolis motor Speedway will be the speaker at a fundraising dinner in Anderson this week. Davidson will appear at the Little 500�?Ts annual Black amp White sponsored by the Anderson rotary club. The event will be held at the Anderson Speedway from 6 to 9 . Friday. The British born Davidson is legendary for his statistical knowledge of All things related to the Indianapolis 500. He has been historian for the Speedway since 1998, but his involvement with the track began decades earlier. Davidson attended his first Indianapolis 500 in 1964. He was hired by Lisac As a statistician the following year. Hie Black amp White is an annual event raising funds for scholarships youth programs Community nonprofit Grants and local rotary service projects. The evening activities include dinner a live and silent auction and the presentation of the Anderson rotary clubs annual Community image award. Hie Community image award was established in 1966 to recognize an individual and organization which has had a positive Impact on the image of the City of Anderson. Reservations Are $40 a person or $320 for a table of eight. Checks should be made payable to the Anderson rotary club and May be dropped off at Maplewood cemetery 200 College drive Anderson Between 8 . And 5 . Weekdays. The reservation deadline is noon wednesday. For More information Contact John Dick at 765-642-3714. Send items for the Good morning feature to newsroom . Davidson indy 500 historian to speak at dinner = Reader photo submitted by Pete Domery Markleville please join us in honouring Keith Trent on his retirement after 37 years at Community Hospital Anderson thursday May 28 4-7 . Anderson country club Turpen continued from Page Ai Markleville resident Pete Domery uploaded this photo of a horse drawn canal boat in Metamora ind., to our monthly Reader gallery at . We re looking for your favorite people places and seasonal photos to feature As Well. Visit photos. and Click on a share photos to get Anderson a a in a not a hero a he said. A a it a just what i Turpin who retired after 35 years at Delco Remy has not flown in an air plane since the flight to and from Korea. On his left is a fading Tattoo that reads a death before a a Hie ones that survived went and got the Tattoo a Turpen said through tears. Sue Gibson clinical Liaison for Veteran affairs with Southern care accompanied Turpen on the flight to the nations capital. A the just cried. It was very emotional for him a she said of i or pen a visit to the korean War memorial. A the cried multiple times during the Day. He said it brought Back a lot of Gibson said Turpen was com share your photos with us Don Knight the Herald bulletin korean War Veteran Raymond Turpen who received the Sliver Star for escaping from a pow Camp and freeing 300 fellow prisoners took an Honor flight to Washington . Submitted photo Raymond Turpen wears the combat infantry badge in his service photo. Able to sit in silence for a Brief period near the memorial. For the return trip the veterans were met at Reagan National Airport by a Jitterbug dancers a reminiscent of the 1950�?Ts dancing style she said. A there were a lot of tears at the memorial and smiles when one of the girls kissed him a Gibson said. A it was just a great Turpen was greeted at the fort Wayne Airport by a Large group of supporters and family members. Follow Ken de la Bastide on twitter a Kende Labas tide or Call 640-4863. 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A while laying in a foxhole pinned Down by mortar and machine gun fire i remembered a couple of verses from the 91st psalm that the chaplain had talked about and it me feel much he then quoted from the King James Bible a thou Shalt not be afraid for the terror by night nor for the Arrow that Flieth by Day. Submitted photo Marine pfc. Jack Scharnowske of Anderson sits on a Beach at iwo Jima during the Battle that took place in february and March 1945. 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Anderson m 46015 Herod Eye postage paid at Anderson. Ina copyright 2015 volume 146 Issue 342 nor for the destruction that Wasseth at Noonday. A a thousand shall fall at thy Side and ten thousand at thy right hand but it shall not come nigh Scharnowske born in 1925, died nov. 17, 2 x 9, at the age of 84. After he returned from War he ran a Sinclair Gas station on the City a North Side and later went to Delco. He and his wife Mary had two children Lyle and Cheryl. Cheryl now deceased was married to Jim Wilson who received the letter from the Matthews family. A this writing was pretty eloquent a said Jim Wilson. A when i read the letter i see a very Humble very devoted very caring Hie letter in its references to Church also reflects Scharnowske a Faith said Wilson who still refers to him As Wilson added a the would miss anything else but he did no to like to miss Church. That should Tell you something about in his letter Scharnowske showed respect for the enemy but there was Little doubt who would prevail. A your enemy also have smart leaders and they Are determined to fight the last Man for this Island. You have to give them credit they be got guts but not As Many guts As we a american a your enemy also have smart leaders and they Are determined to fight the last Man for this Island. You have to give them credit they be got guts but not As Many guts As we a american Jack Scharnowske t f

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