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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Greencastle, IndianaA by a Quot Athur a fair the daily Banner Quot it Waves for All Quot pc sign one International news service h couple be in crash near Muncie North a ill la k in i a i i f a it of ply Simmav from a in 1,-0 9rholer, Noil 3, and Hia St Holer. 82. Orm a a traffic crash returning . Reunion i 8<j?b Aro Jen Caay a ins were when their it tler automobile Fol-7, i hip Miles 4 p. M a Llull a a Munch about of Joe rolling paid of i 0f the Oral Lent at a j the scholer of Greencastle. End Dro Orth Felsl a the if 1 Ion. I i \ let i s Greencastle Indiana monday september 7, 1953. United press service no. 280 anniversary speaker a 4-Day school for ministers at University a i mkt zionist Pas roots on it pm la a s for Sci ool of till a Koet Newell a. Lamb grand master of Indiana masons Buddi i. Lamb will make the Centennial address before Tihe Russellville masons saturday evening. Sept. 12. Jeral Sci via Pine were loan at 2 f be for Walter held monday a look from the of lie la Home. Rev. La Shaip of the services up it in Enlon Chapel lev to jailed Here sunday a l eing r in the Putnam in morning of a in this com widay. Pick 1 up w. O. Pm 111. It the t is pm flt Jii in Public Inri Chi a a i 3 of clock r if ter noon. To troop a Putnam 11 charge l. Long a a Book n Vaughn Post brought a a Drunken Uliey were 7. Puh Anapolis. A t he jail at a Pim a 4h, Indi it. A 1 it Hind bar1 id. Nouer wins election in nose. T 7 ins a Chan a Korm a i. U a Uerz a renter a find its Proem a i w m a smashing try in it <1 Germany ii Elk i t a by while the ii Init Iii i new Nhsn part Ingle Pali itary seat. Be a Len i k i landslide guard in pc ii German a ill be guided t or a a Aby a tement Gult i favors co n Quot in i in lit �1 Security us nuttier i Christian demo pm in 12.440,790 Pio-�?�<1 Vetr a 45,2 percent it total. Scout troop 43 is re activated the re acl vat Ion of boy scout troop 4.� is and Mcl with tin t Aming of Stanley Mun Kiek scout master. The organisation meeting was held la. T week. Ami Plana Lor the s Aon were outlined. Approximately to Xvi boys arc now Mem tier. And it is expected to re a. A it 11 tit a of Twenty eight within a time or. Murdock a Federal a a to scientist recently moved h 1 with his family to take a Harg of the soil cons a ration of i for Litis District. Or Murdock has been very Active 111 Bov scout work Ami wms a a it m i ter of a troop m Washington. Ind., before coming to Gie n Castle in ip51 he we. Given the Silver Beaver award t i it High t. Honor in scouting. A a Ltd to a a a a in Washington a lung in a. I years As scout master Neve failed to produce an Eagle scout each year. The troops t it he a 5 faded Fiat o Vnek n characterized by real scouting a i i opt i advancement or. Albert Reynold p .fio.-m. Of zoology at Dopa i Quot h one of the Principe is Ikon for the reactivation a of Fien Castle troop 43. It Lynold holds the office of list rect commissioner of scouting and will work with or. Moock in redevelopment of the it overnight camping trip plan Ned for every Olhorn Quot i Quot re Bert Flint will be Hie a a a i 1 afoul master. The troop 4 Otto conic on of of i p. 1 Gill t amp tou chairman s Art Janies it. Pence Ami in fran. Travis. Leal 7 a a Aii Pinan officials o m to Quot i u a i Konrad Adenauer s form in a a l Hsipi. A pai Hamen tary Tion i Parment. How r a it us Quot a official reaction f1 a an he studied 1 Al of the department had any a j int. Lie replied a Al 1 he nothing to May have something facilities at Depauw univer try Are ready for the arrival today of from five to six Hundred methodist ministers a i the 12th school of the prophets. A a one enl ated course of study Lor Hoosier clergymen the school will continue through. Sept. 11 main speakers at this year s sums will be or. Howard b. Thurman n a ted pastor of san s Fellowship Church Eorge Buttick minis tei a of lir Mioi Ison Avenue presbyterian Church. New York City. As tin 1953 Quot preacher to the Piear hers a do thu Naii will of live a n i Mons at the 11 a. In. Worship services tue Ida y to Brouti Friday with Indiana Bishop Riehard c. Raines pleading in. Bull Rick is ache Dulce to a lid Ess the wednesday evening Assembly. Last year the school of the Popli it. Attracted 6u3 Metho-01 1 ministers almost seventy live Penis a of the total in the state. Six Emu it Are being offered Ilus gtd. Including Quot Christianl it ii action a the local Church Quot Quot Pas dial up and personal counselling. Piot Ottsman i roman it Atholi cosm Quot practical a an a Quot churches for Vii cd s need faculty members will include or. We Don Crossland pastor \ Biry of nut methodist Church. Rochester. X y or Lenuit Jbv. Professor a it of social sciences. L Lviv Misity of Chicago and a or. ,1 k in of stir in. Professor in hit ii Slit up a if psych biological service it the Illinois Institute of technology. Others will be or. W. Vernon Middleton methodist Mission executive from Philadelphia. Or. Wayne k. Oates professor 01 religious psychology at tin Southern Baptist theological Seminary and or Wilhelm Pauck. Professor of chinch his Lory at Union theological Schmin j Ary. Administrative pros mud for the school which is ducted by in it Liana methodism s comics a icon on ministerial training will include or. J Richard Lonal director. Frank to inulin. Dean and i Rev. F la iut la i Mcclure registrar. Hess displays 54 Hudson car Knowland at Freedom Village Putnam boys girls win at Indiana fair Iii lilt Mem kits take their share of 111 a 11 honors Putnam county 4-h boys and girls won their share of High honors at the Indiana Szalc fair Over the weekend. In addition to winners already announced the following have been re a ported. Senior Jersey calf. Charles Nicholson. 4th Doretha Nicholson. 15. Junior yearling. Robert p. Irwin. L2th polled herefords Junior yearling. Gordon Whitman. Lith. David Canco 3 year old cow and Lover my. It in the pig classes the winners senator f. Knowl amp and left Welcome repatriated Marin j my Duroc. Bui Row a Neil Irwin 11th and a Gail Irwin. 19th. Spotted Poland chivas senior pigs. Edwin Brann ennui. 12th. Junior pig Richard Branneman. Clove 1 Dale. Lith. Berkshire class a liar Les Leonard Russellville nth. In Flori it ult Urc Charles p. Rady won in Gladiolus. A lass also in Large Iso 111 Orange Large in yellow giant siae shades giant size. In the Cluss of barred Roik. In sultry two Phil Lela. Koharu a Rioin Pleil eighth. Maj John n. Mclaughlin to Freedom at Freedom Village Korea. The major from Charlotte n. C. Haa been pow since 195u. Exr Komg 1 on is Brig. Gen. Ralph n. Osborne. International radio photo ancient drug lore Iraq takes Stock valuable today to plan Economy girl 15, reigns As Corn Champ Indianapolis i ins the Corn i g i a Queen in Indiana. For the first Tom a in 101 year of the Indiana state a fait girl 15-year-old Ila Maxine Miner of Lewisville won the Corn title. A Man always has won a deviously. The state cd pm in ii a y ter Day set a new attendance Rcd no a 131,752 ii Raona paying admission. Mrs. Michael a rites tuesday 31� 11ll Kkt ng�., a it re atlullde<1 Fol la 1 Hoco Honra when Quot on Mono train Onoke town North of the a. Quot i Hail to be t Niay put no Bluit the ,. In tup. A 8tglej was a Busi of vol �?~i1 ,n,iuinilp0��. A l. Pm a was in k the National a it a any or Phil Khz pm a is her in a min. Wilbur s. Tjon a a i non. Quot tel it go onto of rela a a w Ivy Nilgun Ohio. Mrs. Thi inn Quot a a Fri is paint a Sway of the in it ism county him pits a i mrs. Michael we Hoin nov. Her 3, 1 m�7. The Ilii Glei of the late or. A nil mrs Hugh Burdette. She had spent All her life in the Ijain Bridge Community survivors Are two daughters de Linin Garrett of Fillmore and Ailene at Home two sons. James Nerving with the i. S a Hines in California and Junior also with the Marine in South Bend. Funeral services Wil he a held tuesday at a 00 p. M. From the san do funeral Home in Bridge. Interment will Brick Chapel cemetery. Bain be in chill Lea Hess and the a Talf of i a Sale and service. 7-p a a it Franklin St., Are Xvi tag the Public log be the new 19r�4 Ilioiu Nii is now on display. Styled like no other car Llma has preceded it. The ii Niin has i a Bek streamlined Silhouette nearly ten inches lower than Standard Hudson models. Well known As i he lowest. Most an the Road due to Hudson exclusive step Down design. The italia has Quot step Down Quot design with Rio or recessed Down within the base Frame a a nil an extremely Low Center of Gravity. The ital Iii i a closed coi Fpo compactly built on a 10� Inch wheelbase and powered by s lit he Jet engine Hudson says however the the Cai is designed to handle the powerful Hornet engine is Wall Kim its racy Low Slung Hood lines to it Jet streamed real tenders the Cream coloured italia Irrea. Iii a wealth of new ideas m automotive design the Road wrap around Pano Mulc Windshield Quot has no posts to obstruct Forward vision fun rational a Scoopa Are set into front fenders Over the headlights for Cooling the front brakes Fairold gracefully into the fender Cool the Brake. Thea a feature. Hudson clares Are essential to a capable of the italia s perform Anee and Are Likely to be found on cars of the Ullh a Quot it performance and racy lines. Cent lamed in Fra. Quot a a Washington. 1up1 Modi Cine is a dynamic modern science yet magic primitive superstition and hand me Down drug lore from Ages past make up one of its More important branches pharmacognosy. Pharmacognosy deals with the history collection identification and use of drug plants. The science beside putting to modern use drugs known to Hippo a a rates. Guien. Paracelsus and i the Early physicians incorporates techniques used by Witch doctors and shamans of uncivilized Peoples. In Dine. Common As anything around that Avcin the House has an ancient history. Priest doctor of Assyria treated wounds with sea kelp and Gaiter with Burnt sponge both Aie Rich in iodine and Are used for the same purposes today. To the present Day centuries old superstitions about the me a ral Pioci ties of certain heir of have been common. With the Progress of science Many of these remedies were found to be Woith less yet others have by it u found to contain solid sub stand e. Thirteenth Century welshmen d the foxglove Plant which contains digitalis Foi heart disorders. Ancient opium Henbane Peppermint and Castor Oil. Epic urine a drug used for treating colds asthma und Hay fever comes from a Plant Seil m China for nearly 5.000 years. Alongi Iiah have made Man it onto bunions to medic in still i use. The american Indian discovered the use of a Asmara and recognized the Healing properties in wild Parsnip. Later discovered to contain a drug actin a Mist pneumonia and meningitis. South american indians gave science quinine and Susaie a muscle relaxer. its seriously be i Tullu Wirtl my in not Ivy us Bagdad. Sept 7 up i a a. An Oil Rich nation St niggling to Ltd convert its new found i Esoni is into go neral Prosperity is in the process of getting a Tost Good statistical look at tel the fart and figure Lowdown on iraqi agriculture is now in process of compilation Ami i i Isi Milston following the coun to s first Complete nation wide a it mus it More than 100jmh farms i aging from the plot of Hie poorest peasant to the estate of the richest landowners have been visited by Well trained in unit i atom. The result will be an inventory of Iraq s entire agricultural re Quot a ii of. Including lands pies. P Ami livestock facts and Viires which will give the gov a Inni ent n Volkl foundation Foi investment of its Oil profits in the second i inking iraqi Industry the Man responsible Foi bringing hard fact and Fig ires to Iraq s administration is a grading britishers who used to be director of statistics for the British food Minison i k. G Fenelon has been in Bagdad statistical advisor to tin iraqi government for two years and launched a Long Range program for National census taking in Many Fields within a year of his arrival. Next on the list is a top to Bottom Survey of iraqi Industry ranging from the Mammoth Oil Industry to the Hole in the Wall shops in crowded bazaars. This Job is expected to begin soon and the results As with the agricultural Survey will give the government and commercial and banking houses the vital info mation needed to plan intelligently for Iraq of Oil based i return to Prosperity. A i a s s Roachdale huge size while class rials also Abo All National . To offer award it ii Ages a fantastic Inchon capt t ins communist a barges of Quot germ warfare Quot today were called a utterly fantastic Quot by a repatriated Marine colonel who had been forced to Quot confess Quot that the United nations employed bacteriological weapons. Col. Frank h. Schwable of Arlington. A. Said he was compelled by the reds to make a Tough decision death or Quot con frying Quot to the germ warfare charges. He said he thought he wus serving his country by a knt it let Lomg such ridiculous allegations. 18 persons die in Chicago fire Chicago. 7 eighteen Pitons were burned to to ath today in s Fin Width swept through three ice Nunt buildings on Chicago s South Side at 38th nil stale streets. At least two other persons Aie missing. Chief fire marshal. John Haberkorn. Who estimated damage i $73.0110 in the fire of undetermined origin said four bodies were sighted ill the smoking Ruina. H said they were buried i the wreckage of the gutted building the lire spread to two adjacent structures. Eight of the victim were removed and taken to the county morgue. One Hundred persons lived in the three buildings which were erected around 1100. Tile structures had Inch subdivided into scores of sleeping rooms and Flats Iii Rei ent years. Haberkorn said the Blaze started on the first floor and roared 32 escape in crash Landing by Airliner up hit open i Alt Well to the roof first Waves to shipboard duty air intakes real wheel de i s h8st Waves Ever assigned to duty on shipboard pause As they go aboard the u. H. Navy ship Maurice Rose Staten Island n. Y. The Rose la part of Navy s military sea transportation service. The Waves will replace nurses needed ashore. From left Marie Meyer Baltimore Eileen in Bluzat. Canajoharie n. Y. Annette Tili Taos Banta Barbara Caus. Move a Cam Loe Angeles it Indianapolis. Cpl 7. I ins i Indiana Par chairman id National defense announced today that the National group will offer a new award to Honor America s living Patriot. Mrs. Alvir i Wall e. Of Indianapolis. Said lha award May he Given to any a Dull who a contributed to Community belter Iii ii of Nal mile i Llort in any Field thus helping of emphasize the value of the american Way of life establishment of 1 hem1 awards pail of the positive program of education in Ain Elican values emphasised by miss Gertrude s Cai Raway it i new Bern n. A. President general of the Dait Mia Chir Uway said Quot the dab believe dial there Are Nihil a patriotic leaders i l every Community whose constructive work for a letter citizenship has gone Unsung we think this in the time to let our citizens. The Nailon and the world know what s Gresl Reserve a of strength courage and loyalty irate in the people of out mrs Wallace said Quot Many people a a prone to criticize their Fellowmen instead. Let is look for the Good Nus lilies and when i citizen does something Lor the Community or Lor our youth or our constitutional Republic let us show our appreciation. We Cali expresion thanks by giving to him or to her tile award of the award May lie Given to in every Community by chapters and slate soc Putnam horses win in state rutnam county horses fared Well at the opening of the Indi Ai s state fair horse show sunday evening when u packed House St the coliseum witnessed the first performance of the slate fair horse Thow a weanling Colt exhibited by miss Elizabeth Rarden was Rescue i Hampton in n class of dozen of the finest Colls from the mid West which were entered in the open Clara event. A Sei Olid Coll in lied by miss rare Dan placed sixth in the same class. A five gaited Mae owned by or and mrs. Gerald Hartman of was placed third in the All Indiana owned event of Fine five Gaiti a horses. A Mare entered by miss Rarden of Greencastle placed sixth m la. And then spies ii to the adjacent build Wiigs. All floors ill the rear part of the building first swept by the Blaze collapsed into the basement Hrko Aid an Immediata investigation to determine the cause of the file i l he made by the colonel office Eagle Downes file attorney and the City building department. Frank a in Iii he. Opera a of a tavern on the ground floor said he was ill the tavern when he heard cues of Quot fire a he and several customer Phillips Aid. Rushed up into the building and were met by several Pel suns coining Down the stairs lie added that they were driven bin k by flamed. Albert ii Peterson first chief Deputy fire marshal said the victims did not have a Chance to escape. U. S. Holiday toll mounts to 325 Mon riots returning front their let St summer Outing Wei ask Ltd to to Exerine caution today us tin number of Highway in Tali tvs Over tin Long labor Day weekend passed the 250 Mark. In Indiana the Holstay death total Reu rhed 19 today with More expected to be a Tda in d. The Overall Holiday toll Well de to the 325 Mark or reports a a Down mrs. Which claimed 25 lives ill other accidents mounted. At least fix a pc sous died in air plane a rashes. The number of hum Diane us fatal Aci Identa to 50, including 1h Pera on killed in h Chicago fire. National safety Council my of Esmen. At first optimistic that then predicted 410 Highway 1m-Tahtieh figure might he 100 under the actual count pleaded with motor let to be careful on i in n homeward journey As the number a if Highway crashes in reared. Ike. In i4.k.h Confer tektite haute woman and baby aboard plane at Tacoma Tacoma. Wash. Sep 7 a ins a crippled Airliner grop a u through blinding fog to a fiery crash Landing at Mcchord air Force base near Tacoma Early yesterday and 32 persons a a Board including a Terre haute woman and her baby leaped through a Wall of flames to safety. The plane flying from Eatlo to Chicago carried 26 passengers including Throe children and a Rev of six. To Venty nine of those aboard were burned three seriously when fire from spilled gaol in shot up around the exit from which they were lc.,Ping to the ground. The stewardesses and two unidentified air base Guardo risked death to Force open a door of the blazing plane and evacuate the passengers. One passenger. Mrs. Carl Frank 31 years old. Of terr haute ind. Leaped through flames Vith her 8-month-Oli highter. Kiberley Frank in i a arms. She Stu Ihly a and dropped the baby As she struck the ground but the child wha saved from the flames by Pale Moore the plane s co Pilot. The plane smashed do in on the Airfield Vith Force that a me Wing was ripped away and the fuel tank was torn optic Kpa iks ignited the gasoline and a Sheet of flames shot up. The Airliner Xvan destroyed. The big plane no cited by North it Vest airlines and capable of carrying he Pas Tenger. Made Ita crash Landing Evhen two engines failed alter it take off from Seattle Tacoma Airport .0 Miles away. The Pilot radioed Mccord i�v�u>4m mini Ivan a talked Down Quot through the thick fog by direction from the control Tower. He appeared to a in position to make a perfect Landing but the Landing gear failed to work and the plane struck the Field in a Quot belly Quot Landing when the fuel Supply Wai ignited flames licked swiftly tows in the trapped passenger and crewmen. The two air base guards leaped to door and forced them open stewardesses Patricia Grevna of Mckeesport. I and Muriel Haims of scat 11�, who a Cool conduct prevented panic among the passenger calmly directed evacuation of the plane while the flames spread dangerously close. The exits were smoking and wrapped in fire before All the passengers had reached safety and both stewardess a suffered painful Burn on the hand and arms. The crash Landing took place Only about 100 aids from the 4ir base fire station but the fire spread so swiftly the to it a a u 1 not be controlled by the firemen. Same event. Denver. Sept. 7 i ins i evident Eisenhower meet Vith his set Leary of state Foi the first Lime in a month to May to talk Over a number of foreign policy problems which have come up during i absence from Washington. The conference at the is unmet White House a expected to in Lude some Diac Aaion of re it ent statement by Secretary John Foster Dillea which Drew violent criticism from abroad. Dull said last night on i a 111 Val in Denver for what the state a department described a Quot a routine policy conference Quot that he know of no friction be tween himself and the president. Temperature is Back to Normal the temperature in thi Vicinity thi morning was Hack to normalcy whereas a week it waa entirely too High the pig thermometer at the fire department this morning registered even 54 degrees at seven of clock but h week ago it Xmas stand a % around 60 and went to Points Ulve the 100 degree Mark o a # # e a it �5� today i weather 0 0 local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fair and pleasant today and tomorrow of afr and Cool tonight High today 74-78 North to 78-64 my with Low tonight 4832 North to 52-56 South. Minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. M. 8a. M. 9 a. In. 10 a. M. 50 50 54�?T 543 60 60�?T
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