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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Anderson, Indiana The weather partly Cloudy and cooler to a. High in mid 80s. Low in 60s. Saturday temperatures 69-92. Anderson sunday Herald read the features Don t miss the seven extra pages of comic panels every sunday in the Herald. V a if vol 90, no. 42 Anderson Indiana sunday morning August 4, 1957 Price 15 cents Rda threatens july record Mon in life history of St. John s the proverbial or. Stork has chosen the warm month of july to set a record for special de liveries in Anderson. He brought 125 boys and 124 girls to the maternity floor last month making a total of 249 and setting a new record for the highest number of babies Ever born in one month in the history of St. John s Hospital. This num Ber exceeded by 15 the old rec Ord of-234 new arrivals during december of last year. Among the new citizens born during the record month were four sets of twins two sets of boys and two sets of girls. A previous july record was set two years ago when the great est number of babies born in a 24-hour period took place on the 3rd of the month. Fifteen individual births were recorded that Day at St. John s. Last july 2 approached the 1955 record when 14 babies arrived. Included in the 14 was a pair of twins which is Obstet Mically referred to As one delivery. Records at the local Hospital show the average number of infants arriving via delivery rooms is around 200 per month find 7 per Day. A number exceed ing the monthly average is considered rather High. Since the founding of St. John s Hospital on june 9, 1884, or. Stork has made Over individual deliveries to the Ever Busy maternity department. The first Newborn there a girl was delivered sept. 17, 1907, by the late or. John a. Long. Today that child is known As mrs. Ruth Dakes Stellhorn who resides in fort Wayne. _. To babies in hospitals was uncommon until Well after the turn of the Century. St. John s had been founded Over 30th 4-h fair opens tuesday at Alexandria dreams and efforts of ome Madison county a club members will be realized this week with the opening of the 30th annual 4-h club fair at Beulah Park in Alexandria tues Day. The fair will through Friday. Last baby of record month Bruce Lee Hoppes last baby to be born during the record breaking baby month of july at St. John s Hospital is shown above with his Mother mrs. Jackson b. Hoppes of it. 1, Alexandria. The infant weighed in at 7 pounds 12 ounces at . July 31. Herald photo Mark. Last year s dumber was births j the yet unbeaten record for increase the average Sta of infants at the Hospital Abda to 7.5 Days. Actually full Tim babies Are kept in the Nurser 23 years before the first child the highest number of newborns was born and another two years bedded in the Nursery at one elapsed before a second infant time was attained dec. 10, 1946, arrived within its Walls. 59 cribs were Laden with infants on remain and by 1914, 30 years after average from 30 to 35 3 to 4 weeks up to 2 to Only 3 or 4 Days whereas the arrivals or those the in at 5 pounds or Les Early weigh run four free night programs have Een planned for this year s fair. Opening night tuesday nature a concert by the eagles band of Anderson in the Large auditorium. All of the nightly programs will be held in the auditorium. The Alexandria kiwanis club s co sponsor with the Madison county Extension office of the annual event. The club sponsors Large Home show tent rides and concessions. It finances All air expenses for the week and has charge of the first three night programs provides police Protection gives Cash for 4-h premiums As Well As assisting a Ith management of the fair. The county Extension office plays a vital part each year planning the annual fair. Instrumental in the planning Are county agent Walter c. Haynes assisted by miss Kathryn Greg Ory Home demonstration agent Kenneth Kolmerten assistant county agent Joe Sylvester 4-h club agent and miss Mary to Mideast conflict 1 nears Over press 1 Campaign Damascus Syria syrian announced saturday that Jordan has delivered an ultimatum threatening to sever diplomatic ties and to armed action if necessary unless Syria stops. An anti jordanian press Campaign by sunday. A government statement said Syria has rejected the ultimatum. A syrian spokesman said the ultimatum was slivered verbally in Amman rain brings Relief from rain measuring .68 of an Inch self Here yesterday eve Ning bringing temporary Relief from the heat. These children above were found wading in the 600 Block of w. 12th St. Following the Brief but welcomed ram. Herald photo last wednesday by Jordan Ian Deputy Premier an d minister meeting n a d affaires Samir with Ahmed Smock assistant Home Demon half of defense Secretary Charles stration agent. E. Wilson s military Gregory has been in spending Cut will fall on the air charge of a new method of it was disclosed saturday ing demonstration projects of j night. 4-h girls. This year girls pro air Force Secretary James h. Jets have been judged at ten Douglas revealing his service Community locations the past must sweat nearly a billion Dol week arid winners projects will Lars out of its appropriation said Washington up almost july 19 will be stored at a num bounced plan is to make a clean on stration fair. At the Hume Denv building during the county agent Haynes announce Tubac As a result the Ait Structure will creak a bit and the aircraft Industry will contract. He handed this news to the de that a number of improve final banquet of the annual air ments have been made for association please turn to Page 3, column 9 the founding year Only 8 births recorded at the Hospital. Hospital deliveries increased As the twenties rolled around during and the year 1924 brought the local Hospital. Ten years ago Are now cared for daily in the Nursery. Births averaged 7 per Day months. The stay of a Newborn 10 years ago averaged 9.23 Days and was As High As 11.9 Days 25 years ago. Bruce Lee Hoppes 7 pounds number of babies at St. John s the average was 6 per Day and 12 ounce son of or. And mrs Only baby cd say b there sore 2 Alex ice Check artists two Muncie men both on Delegate calling on president Eisenhower and Congress to build up the air Force to numerical superiority Over the russian air Ber of . Bases for u be in air defense. Douglas did not touch on the question whether air Force can continue to maintain 128 wings. It was dropped to that level from 137 wings in the budget for the fiscal year ending last june 30. Gen. Thomas d. White new air chief staff told the convention earlier however that the service May have to pare its tactical forces some to continue maintenance of the strategic air forces at top j strength. I Douglas disclosures highlighted j a series of defense cutbacks Force by presidential and congressional jump from War planes to guided missiles. Arm. It distressed me of course that we have to postpone or eliminate certain Douglas said in his prepared text. But i am apprehensive about our ability parole from the provide a great air Force. We Latoya 1947 the births went Over the or premature new month at . On. The 31st. Stale bringing Relief from heat pleasant temperatures Are predicted at least through Mon Day As cooler weather moved in throughout the state yesterday bringing temporary Relief from the heat. Rain measuring .68 of an Inch Good morning Start the Day with a chuckle Lambourne England Lastowski 44, put his glider Down in a pasture while taking part in Britain s National gliding Champion ship s a Herd of cows grazing nearby did t like the intrusion. Led by a big Bull the cows surrounded Lastowski for two hours before help came. Fell on Anderson last evening lowering temperatures which have been boiling in the 90 s for the past few Days. Partly Cloudy and cooler with a High in the mid-80 s was the forecast for Anderson Vicinity today. A Low somewhere in the 60 s can be expected tonight. Records of the Anderson Wea ther station sewage treatment Plant showed that temperatures Here yesterday ranged Between 92 and 69 degrees during the 24 hour period ending at 6 .- the Outlook for monday is for mostly fair with moderate temperatures with highs in the 80 s. Clearing and cooler was the forecast for the Northern por Tion of the state last night Fol Lowed by fair and pleasant Wea ther today. Partly Cloudy and cooler was the prediction the Central and Southern parts Hoosier land. To last evening and charged with to keep the peace by ready e. Rockets such As the one fired at the Nevada proving ground on passing bad checks that totalled air defense commander Well Over during the newsmen that atomic tipped month in Anderson Hartford City and Albany. State troopers a. G. Snyder and Paul Asa arrested the pair when they spotted their car on ind. 67, one mile South of Pendleton state police Post. Foreign Tifai charge Rah by. According to the syrian spokes Man the jordanian warning said that if the syrian press Campaign against the Jordan Cabinet and its members did not Stop the Jordan Cabinet reserved its right to take any measures even if it would Lead to an armed clash Between Syria and Syria charged the jordanian Deputy Premier was using the press Campaign As a pretext and Vas preparing an atmosphere to wreck Arab unanimity against Israel in order to Force the Arab world into peace with isre Althe government statement was broadcast Laster by Damascus radio. It said Jordan has set a deadline of sunday for compliance with the reported ultimatum. The syrian statement could not be immediately confirmed i Jor Jan where King Hussein Only last Dulles seeks russian Aid present effective weapons won a Victory Over pro never be sacrificed for new Wear syrian and pro egyptian elements on until the new ones Are fully Douglas said. For some years to come we will continue to seeking to topple his throne in London a British foreign rely mainly on manned aircraft for Washington up Secretary of state John. Foster Dulles said saturday the danger of general War will be lessened if Russia accepts a revolutionary disarmament offer opening vast areas to joint spec. Tion. Dulles made the statement on his return from London where he unfolded Westen tipans for East West air and ground inspections to guard against Surprise attack. It is now up to the soviet Union to Dulles i Hope the soviet government will realize that an inspection system that makes us All More Safe and which facilitates reduction of armed interest As to oursj1 after making the Brief plane Side statement at National Airport economies. Wilson said thursday the bad news is not All out his prob Lem is to get defense spending Down to 38-Biilion-dollars for the fiscal year that started july 1. It has been running for the past six months at an annual rate of Dies after aiding Nure Pendleton tragedy office spokesman disclaimed any knowledge of the reported Ultima Tum. Yours is the first word we have the spokesman told the United press. Middle East observers in Lon Don however said there appeared to. Be More behind the syrian state ment than the alleged jordanian threat. Some circles speculated that Syria itself May be planning some action of its own and using Jordan s persistent complaints Dulles drove off to make a Tele phone report to president Eisen Hower. He said a decision would it be made than a Al be necessary for the to hold out the prospects of the London talks leading democrats have praised the Western disarmament proposals submitted by Dulles Friday As a cards on the table move which puts it up to Russia to fish or Cut Dulles returned from a week of negotiating among he United under the new austere pro Grams Douglas and White said the air Force will guided missile development. But both made Clear the United states will. Not follow Britain whose an the men confessed to forgery of charges and were turned Over to an advancing wave of Cool Canadian air created Thunder storms Over portions Indiana yesterday. Strong winds with gusts up to 65-Miles an hour battered Lake county but no extensive damage was reported. Chamber executive Board to meet committees for fall dinner named the executive Board of the an jew. Maier and Fred York. Recep yesterday Gladys r. Brookbank 63, sustained fatal injuries while Rush ing to Aid her husband Rome after he fell from a ladder while washing windows. When or. Brookbank fell from the ladder mrs. Brook Bank ran to Call Aid and on re turning to further assist her Hus band she fell striking her head on a step at the family Resi Dence. Mrs. Brookbank and her were rushed to St. John s Anderson in the Cornell Bright ambulance where the injured woman died from a severe Skull fracture. The official syrian statement said a reference to possible use of the in the jordanian warning showed Jordan already has de d n and Canada. Friday he unfolded. A Western plan under which United states Canada and Western Europe would be opened up to air and ground inspection cited to launch an aggressive act in Exchange for similar rights in against Syria in contradiction of the soviet Union. Tion and Fleck chairman Jack Hunter George Taggart Don Forse William l. Derson chamber of Commerce will hold its. August meeting to Morrow evening in the chamber offices with Carl d. Cleaver president presiding. Prior to the meeting the officers will have Agan chairman Frank Fishback the United nations shortly before Syria s sudden announcement reports were circulating Here that Jordan already had severed diplomatic relations Damascus. But the report was denied by the syrian foreign office. A foreign office spokesman con firmed however that charge d affairs Rah by had returned from Arr Man to Damascus where chief of police Paul Kirklin of Hartford City by dec. Sgt. Earl Warnock and trooper Richard Hunter of the red key Post. Trooper Asa said the men had in currency in their pos session at the time of their a dinner at the Alibi restaurant. Robert Black and Joseph Pul rest and that Roger stated the Public relations commit Liam. Properties and decoration she also sustained a broken he had been summoned for con right ankle. or. Brookbank remains in St. John s Hospital whore he is he he also offered some smaller alternative inspection zones if Russia rejected the Broad proposal. Reading statement Dulles said if the soviet Union accepts these proposals and if the necessary details Are worked out please turn to Pago 3, column 9 Miller and Jack ing treated for a fractured right Durr. Golf flan concussion and lacerations Billy to the head. He is presently Delton municipal superintendent. New York broke had passed Between s5.500 and the body of mrs. Brookbank into the Billy Graham new York at Whiting wind Cut off in bad checks during the or in the City s water filtration past month. Plant and water service was Dis the suspects told police that ruled for three hours. Forged checks had been service was restored authorities j stolen from the transit mix co., ordered residents to boil All i of Muncie and they used a drinking water during the Check writer from the end. A storm which included Hail also of Muncie. Perfection die and casting co., and moderately Strong winds struck a South Central area and tee headed by Thomas Mcmath Han chairman and Russell Mer Ritt vice chairman which is planning the annual fall membership dinner to be held sept John Wilding chairman Fred i was taken to the Cornel Bright crusade offices Early saturday 19, at the Anderson country Bert Trees. Mullen Mike Martin and Dick Stephenson. Printing and pub Shoemaker chair Man Herbert Kennedy and her club has announced committees to handle the various phases of the dinner. The dinner for male members of the chamber of Commerce will be an outdoor affair with members of the committees dinners to be served at the men were on a Checkas follows r. Noon. Cashing spree at the time of Day chairman charges f. Dumped heavy rain Over the their arrest and had just cashed Jay John r. Atkins fun and Rich dinner a Everett e. Smith count r y s i d e. Temperatures j Check Between Albany Anjard b. Alexander. Dropped 23-degrees in a few Anderson Enro Ute to Indiana Everet funeral Home where frien Sund took about May Call after 7 o clock this eve a the Graham organization said Ning and where final rites will the theft occurred Between be conducted monday and 9 a.m., when the fifth at 2 o clock by or. T. R. White floor offices at 165 w. 46th St. A retired presbyterian pastor. Interment will be in the Grove Lawn cemetery. Mrs. Brno Bank was a native of Middletown mich., and the in the afternoon the seventh daughter of William and Ella annual Golf tournament will be Gray. The Accident victim was minutes. Polis. I chairman Gordon Odell Richard Iners. Played Over the country club course with prizes for the win a student at the Indianapolis conservatory of music. She was please turn to Pace 3, column 9 were closed. The thieves forced open a Petty Cash Box and took in Cash and about in negotiable checks. The nightly offerings at Madison Square Garden meetings Are de posited in a local Bank and Are never kept in the crusade office the organization said. New arrivals in Anderson Vicinity. Born at St. John s Hospital to or. And mrs. Robert Moore Markleville a girl. Or. And mrs. Donald Vance 4225 Delaware St., a boy. Or. And mrs. Keneth Groves 2306 Pearl St., a boy. Or. And mrs. George Minnick 210 w. 37th St., a boy. Or. And mrs. Marion Collins 2225 Euclid dr., a boy. Or. And mrs. Ralph Turpen 1230 w. 4th St., a boy. Or. And mrs. Charles Retter Chesterfield a boy. Born to or. And mrs. Neal Paulsel Lapel a boy at River View Hospital. Noblesville. The maternal grandmother is mrs Ethel Mullanix 3424 Hamilton i Ivic or. G. B. Wilder additional Hospital facilities for the City of Anderson and sur rounding county area loomed closer on the civic horizon today As leaders in the City s Hospital development program revealed a timetable for a fund raising Campaign. Salt free foods sugar free foods non allergic foods hypo allergic toiletries Payler s apothecary inc. 303 Anderson Bank bldg. Phone f. H. Allis arn7old Mcfarland Frank Zoll b. L. Stewart w. K. Stilson Paul Newbern Sheldon Cooper ii. D. Daws on it will be the largest and Mostin new y incorporated Anderson important civic Endeavor Ander Madison Hospital develop son has Ever undertaken in its i r entire history. Ment corporation. Kickoff for the an entirely new Campaign to raise funds Hospital to be built on a site the Multi million Dollar project yet undecided be the probably will be scheduled for late principal goal outre or Early March of 1958, some additional facilities also or Wilder said. Will be provided for St. John s in Iickey memorial Hospital which now carries virtually the entire Load for Anderson and much of the surrounding county luminary stages of the Hospital program which will unfold mayor Bland Wright. Derson area of an additional 250 executive committee of this. Program have been Many hours shortly. Land judge Russell e. Stewart and Hospital Beds. How to corporation now v i for in Imine Nam part county commissioner Dale those additional facilities then or. Wilder As chairman of the of of find prep pay my Ludvi lilt Tuou Iichi Uiujt-ui.1 Gnu pidnimi0 of jts first informal step for-1 business representatives were became the Paramount question Board Frank alas. Retired Indus medical leaders such As or. Wil when dras chief of Elmo Funk and John l. the local. Hospital develop trial executive As president a Der Industrial Heads such As of St. John s in 1955, called Arnold Mcfarland and organization. Junold Mcfarland Frank k to wifi d. Dawson general manager of a representative group together Ladwig represented the Cio and surveys of Community Byron l. Stewart and Ward Delco Remy men such As former president county Cio Al Industrial spun area. Actual work of developing a Campaign organization will begin in november of this year Accord Pital development committee. The committee. In the course of action which the son and or. Or. P. T. Lamey from their efforts As the hos Pital development program culminates into concerted Community wide action will Rise new and modern facilities necessary to keep Pace with the needs of a growing Anderson. Cil. Representing the medical proves to was this group that financed Hospital loaders Are now Daggres members at Large ing to or. Gordon b. Wilder Jav elopement program into Sharp chairman of the Board of the1 focus. Represented in the pre this is the program that has been worked upon by a Broad Cross Section of the medical profession business Industry and organized labor in the Community. Behind this framework for Community action is More than Hospital consultants the James Dusty were h. D. Dawson of two years of work by Hamilton associates of min William Schofield leaders to bring the Hospital de Neapolis Minnesota. And from Anaconda and Paul Newbern findings of the Hamilton firm Nicholson file. Political leaders j has come the ambitious included mayor Ralph Ferguson i almost immediate need in the an corporation. This Early in Sion on this committee were pursuing a Complete Survey of j. C. Drake p. T. Lamey f f i Hospital needs by professional and c p. Mclauglin. From in behind the work of this group ates through the joint co opera a within the past. Month the an-1 of individuals As Well As others Tion of labor Industry and inc Durson Hospital have assisted materially in commit ice has enlarged the Hospital program iced of findings of the Hamilton firm i new organization now again is seen he old old Ern of i who Are nationally recognized As As the Anderson Madison truism things Don t just Hap specialists indicated an Only Hospital develop m in Tup Enthey have to be planned and worked picnic hams in. 29c watermelons a. 69c Miracle whip it. 39c pay less super Market open 24 hours daily

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