Saturday 2 Jun 1928 Indpls News con't
CAPTAIN ARTHUR ROSEUTYER. LXEUTENAJTt' FRANK OWE. As a first step in, making possible instruction in first aid and life sav ing for members of the police and fat departments of Indianapolis, an officer of each department will be cent to a training school at Camp Crosley. near Leesburg, June 18 to 28, by the Indianapolis Chapter of the American Red I Cross. I Ifu .m, fm mx m aitwA a oob Ww a44eoja ek Ma eiw4 vrnnen east fMfl A I tMM fiewen rna w - i"w - iei rwiiiei i chapter hope to be Instrumental to savins - human life In IndianaDolls. - The decision of the cnapter to send I m embers to the training school at I Camp Crosley was reached after a I week of life - saving instruction re - 1 centry directed by Captain D. Melvlle I Carr. national field representative uw i v . I nxm. ine kuwj in v.tueicjf, i wmcn wiu pe conouciea oy dr American Red Cross, will be In charge of Captain Carr Dr. W.R .Redden, national medical director of the Red una. 4ju uwici uawuux uitui bers of the Red Cross, will be In structors in the school. Captain Carr formerly was physical director of athletic athletic dubs in Indianapolis. , Varied Instruction Available. Camp Crosley is situated on the north shore of Little Tippecanoe lake. Courses in first aid. life saving, swimming, water games and pageants, diving, canoe and boat work, and ad ministration will be given. tenant Frank Owen, director - oi safety work In the police department. and Captain Arthur T. Rosemeyer, who is an Instructor in the fire training training school, have been designated by the chiefs to. take the course. On then return, they will be assigned to giving this Instruction to other members ox their departments. The arrangements were made by Miss Cruse through cooperation cooperation of Claude Worley. chief of police, and Harry Voshell, chief ox the fire dapartmenL Emergency Crew Instruction. Special efforts will be made to In struct members of the squad com panies of the fire department' and emergency crews of the police depart ments, who answer accident calls, or who are called on for rescue and first aid work. "We are very much gratified to have this oport unity, through the co operation of Chief Worley and Chief Voshell. to contribute toward the sav ing of lives in Indianapolis.' said Miss Cruse. "One of tne important peace time tasks of the Red Cross Is to pro mote Interest and to Instruct In life - saving and first aid methods. Nowhere Nowhere can we be of greater service than through the poUce and fire departments, departments, whose members almost every day are first to. arrive at scenes of accidents or at burning structures where lives are endangered. Through continued course of Instruction to In The school Is open to any person who wishes to enroll, and enrollment may be made with Miss Cruse at the Red Cross office in the world war memorial building. The registration of Noel E. Davis, of Westfleld, already has been received. A number ot per sons who plan to engage in life sav - ing work during the summer will take the course.