1952 anderson MUN

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1952 anderson MUN - ! 5 Rush Charged With Assault The Anderson...
! 5 Rush Charged With Assault The Anderson Herald ^efSOH Co/fegC Model UN Meet Scheduled Mar. 14 NEW SUITS FILED Circuit Court d Prosecutor Henry P. Scbrenker hay filed in Madison circuit court charges of assault and batten' against James Rush. Orestes. Henry R Scbrenker. in connection with the serious in-; Ciark E. Pardue, Frar.cis M. lury of Bobby Morris, four-year-; Pardue, Mary L. Pardue, Joseph old son of John Morris, foreran · Arminston. count v clerk. Peli- rtf th* "Rnmc/wi fftTjntno Company - * *Mt*w -- "'· - ot the Brunson at Orestes, following a dispute DeArinond" between Rush and Morris Monday. Flossie Anderson The Morris boy was taken to Gallaher. Nellie G: Riley hospital at Indianapolis with i serious fracture of the head. According to Sheriff Joe Brokdon ^ U(1 who investigated the incident. Olvey. ·witnesses reported conflicting ac- Dr-Armonrt. counts. He said some reported that mend. Itush threw a hammer at thfc elder vs. Cora- damages. demand S10,- and Shcrp. Superior Court J. Givey vs. Paul R. 1 Anderson college »iii %p*jjfco£ its' sixth annual model United Nations meet on the iocs) campus Mar. li. The 1952 program will be devoted to sessions of the t'N General As- · sembly with representatives o f ; eleven high schools signifying Jhrir intention of sending dele- ^itt-s in the cQS.ciavf'. The schools. represented are from Madison, j ?. Grant and Howard coun- \ year's session will mark j the first lime the annual affair! has been confined to a single day's i WLyne Halting, Greenfield junior, has been named general chairman oy the International Rela- Club to direct planning of the Rush and Morris were alleged to have been quarreling over some eSiis. The hospital reported thel Morris boy's condition much " Damages Asked Flossie Anderson, Elwood. filed a damage suit in circuit court , -.. seeking $10,000 for injuries aboul 500 plane passengers arriv- alleged to have been received in Complaint for dsvoree. Boorarn and DeAr- event, lie is being assisted by Miss .Mary K. Gibbs vs. Kenneth H. fit-ay Sue Keasier' sophomore Gibbs. Complaint for separaiion from Sikeston, Mo. from bed and board. Lewis A. Lee. j Schools which have announced * .. j they will send delegations to de- HG$ ! batc issues of international im- port--mae are headed by Anderson High School. Alexandria and Frankton are other county schools to take part. Others include: Btir- ris of Muncie. Cowan, Daleville, Royerlon. Yorktown,. Fairmount, Selma and KoTcomo hish schools. The local was the first in the ~ IT SAIGON'. Indo'China (/P; -- Thisi i most air. every day, there are j I i nual jVas ! I | par: ents ing and departing. Air freight! ·a faH st Elwood Mar. 33. 1950. handled is about 400,000 pounds! n atin to sponsor a Model United Defendants in the action a r e . p e r m . c k exclusive of passengers Nations meeting for nigh school "Newton Gallaher and Nellie Gal-: baeaaKe and airmail. ' *" j students in April, 1947. and also laher. Elwood. The action was *" - - . * ~ [ t h e first church-related coUcge filed by the Elwood law firm o f ! T *ic maximum length of Walesj t o con duct such an event. In 1950 Sharp. in 136 miles. ! ^ co ii e g e played host to a Tri- " | Stale Model Assembly meeting i which brought college students i here from compuses throughout ! Michigan, Ohio and Indiana. Bis; cusing plans for this year's sessions. Mr. Harting said the Model Assembly has a three-fold purpose. ! It enables students to become ac; quainted with the framework of | the United Nations, affords them I an opportunity to do some practi- | cal thinking about problems fac- I ing the real General Assembly and ; helps students evaluate the view! points of the nation they represent [ in terms of world needs, giving \ them a real sense of participation j in international affairs. | The sessions will be held in the campus gymnasium, which Mr. Harting said will be set up as nearly as possible to .resemble the actual meeting place of the United | Nations General Assembly in New j York. A representative from the j U. N at a session two years ago j praised the arrangements as very j much resembling that of the ac- i tual site. ' Since the first such event in 1947, i the ^United Nations membership 'has increased from 55 to GO with ! additional delegates thus required I this year. Ordinarily, a country is | represented by one deleeate and [two alternates. Thus this will bring at least 150 students to the campus next month, EXTINCT BIRDS Birds have become extinct in historic times only on the two continents of Australia and North America. . . . i SEASONAL RIVER j - The Orinoco river, sixth longest 1 in South America, is navigable in- 'the rainy season, from May to November/for 1,300 of its 1,700 miles. CORNiRITONES of cur American Way of Life Homes, Churches, Schools and Bank* CITIZENS BANKING CO. 1011 Meridian FINANCING BUSINESS IS BANK BUSINESS Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. * MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM meeting Mrs. Woman's at Central 1 school versary party gUPStS. Tea .Jess Mrs. in Mrs. rooms. meet Montgomery. Irl at charge lod^e

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  1. Anderson Herald,
  2. 10 Feb 1952, Sun,
  3. Page 18

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