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Anderson Sunday 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 done to miss the seven extra pages of comic panels every sunday in the Herald. I a vol. 90, no. 42 a Anderson Indiana sunday morning August 4, 1957 Price 15 cent Jordan threatens syrian War july record month for babies of a 4 j a r n life history of St. John s the proverbial or. Stork has chosen the warm month of july to set a record for special deliveries in Anderson. He brought 125 boys and 124 girls to the maternity floor last month making a total of 249 and sifting a new record for the highest number of babies Ever born in one month in the history of St. John s Hospital. This number exceeded by 15 the old record 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 greatest number of babies Horn in a 24-hour period took place on the 3rd of the month. Fifteen individual births were recorded that Day at St. Johns. Last july 2 approached the 1955 record when 14 babies arrived. Included in the 14 was a pair of twins which is obstetric ally 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 and 7 per Day. A number exceeding the monthly average is considered rather High. Since the founding of St. Johns Hospital on june 9, 1884, or. Stork has made Over 33.000 in-1 div dual Dot liveries to the Ever Busy maternity department. The first Newborn there a girl. Was1 delivered sept. 17, 1907, by the late or. John a. Long. Today that child is known As mrs. Ruth lakes Stellhorn who resides in fort Wayne Gurr Bir Tutto babies in hospitals was uncommon until Well after the turn of the Century. St Johns had been founded Over 23 years before the first child v is born and another two years elapsed before a second infant arrived within its Walls. Three b b is arrived in that year of 109, and by 1914, 30 years after the founding year Only 8 births w Era corded at the Hospital. Hospital deliveries increased a a the twenties rolled around my the year 1924 brought the number of babies at St. Johns to Over too for that year. Ten years later Hospital arrivals went Over 200 per year and by 1947 the births went Over the life i dreams and efforts of some 1,700 Madison county 4-h club members will be realized this week with the opening of the 30th annual 14-h club fair at Beulah Park in Alexandria tuesday. The fair will run through Friday. M in last baby of record month Bruce Lee Hoppes the last baby to be born during the record breaking Quot baby month Quot of july at St John s Hospital is shown above with his Mother four free night programs have been planned for this years fair. Opening night tuesday will feature 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 j is co sponsor with the Madison j county Extension office of the i annual event. The club sponsors a Large Home show tent rides and concessions. It finances All fair 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 with management of the fair. The county Extension office plays a vital part each year in planning the annual fair instrumental in the planning Are county agent Walter c. Haynes assisted by miss Kathryn Gregory Home demonstration agent Kenneth Kolmerten assistant county agent Joe Sylvester 4-h club agent and miss Mary to Smock assistant Home demonstration agent. Miss Gregory has been in charge of a new method of judging demonstration projects of Mideast conflict nears Over press Campaign charges rain brings Relief from heat rain measuring ,68 of an Inch fell Here yesterday eve Damascus Syria up a the syrian government announced saturday that Jordan has delivered an ultimatum threatening to sever diplomatic ties and resort i to armed action if necessary unless Syria stops an anti jordanian press Campaign by sunday. A government statement said Syria has rejected the ultimatum. I a syrian spokesman said the ultimatum was delivered verbally in Amman last wednesday by Jordan i tan Deputy Premier and foreign minister Samir a Tifai in a meeting with charge do affaires Ahmed i Rah by j according to the syrian spokesman. The jordanian warning said that a if the syrian press Campaign against the Jordan Cabinet Rod ii Washington up a members did not Stop the Jordan a ,. Cabinet reserved its Rishi to take Secretary cd state John any measures even if it would i Ester dudes said saturday Dulles seeks russian Aid against War Wilson s $2.2 billion Cost Cut will be half air Force in. b. Hopper it by. 2, Alc Andric. La intent f Quot to hive a jul dirt at z Community locations the past week and winners projects will weighed in at 7 pounds 12 ounces at 930 . July 31. _ Herald photo for dist Ayers at the police Nab bad Check artists pleasant temperatures Are predicted at least through monday 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 la m uni Rne England in a Ben i i Stow ski 14. Put his glider Down in a pasture while taking part in Britain a National gliding championship. S a Herd of cows grazing nearby did no to like the intrusion. Led by a big Bull the rows surrounded Lastowski for two hours before help came. Aaa on stration building during the 2,000 Mark. Last year s total born. Increase the average stay fair. Number was 2,398 births. Of infants at the Hospital today county agent Havnes an Nannc the yet unbeaten record for to 7.5 Days. Actually full time de that a Quot number of improve the dimmest number of newborns babies Are kept in the Nursery ments have been made for this by lid d in the Nursery at one Only 3 or 4 Days whereas the a time was attained dec. To. 1946. Early arrivals or those that1 up column a when 59 cribs were Laden with weigh in at 5 pounds or less newly born infants. On the frequently remain As boarders a Orage from 50 to 35 babies from 3 to 4 weeks up to 2 to 3 Are now cared for daily in the months. The stay of a Newborn nuns Cyl 10 years ago averaged 9 23 Days births averaged 7 per Day and was As High As 11.9 Days during the last Calendar year at 25 years ago. Tjie local Hospital. Ten years ago Bruce Lee Hoppes. 7 pounds two mull i. He a a a the average was 6 per Day and 12 ounce son of or. And mrs. A a re nth a refer Only one baby every other Day Jackson b. Hoppes of r. 2 Alexsi ii. I was the average there some 25 Indria rounded off the record f a in a Quot Ere of a a a figure As the last arrival last Rich land Ltd do a a a pol cd or premature new month at 9 30 pm on the 31st sol eve no and charged Ruth 9 a p a ,9 passing bad checks that totalled Well Over $6,000, during the past month in Anderson Muncie Hartford City and Albany. State troopers a. G. Snyder and Paul Asa arrested the pair when they spotted their car on i ind. 67, one mile South of the Pendleton state police Post. The men confessed to forgery charges and were turned Over to 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 $1,191 in currency in their Possession at the time of their arrest and that Roger stated he had passed Between $5,500 and $6,000 in bad checks during the past month. The suspects told police that the forged checks had been stolen from the transit mix co., of Muncie and they used a stolen Check writer from the perfection die and casting co., Aho of Muncie. The men were on a Check cashing spree at the time of their arrest and had just cashed 16 Check Between Albany and Anderson Enro Ute to Indianapolis. Mug bringing temporary Relief from the heat. These children above were found wading in the old of an ar1kd it Cidh Between the danger of general War 600 Block cd w. Nth St. Follow of the beef bul welcomed rom. Herald photo syn and Jorda quotwl11 Beky a Send of Russia Syria charged the jordanian accepts a revolutionary Deputy Premier was using the disarmament offer opening press Campaign As a pretext ands r s was a preparing an atmosphere to area to joint spec wreck Arab unanimity against Tion. Israel in order to Force tile Arabi Dulles made the statement on world into peace with his return from London where he the government statement was unfolded Western plans for East broadcast Laster by Damascus West air and ground inspections to radio. It said Jordan has set a guard against Surprise attack j deadline of sunday for compliance Quot it is now up to the soviet with the reported ultimatum. J Union to Dulles said. Washington up a almost july 19 will be stored at a num flounced plan is to make a clean the syrian statement could note government half of defense Secretary Charles Ber of . Bases for if be in air jump from War planes to guided to immediately confirmed in Jor realize that an inspection i Wilson a $2,200,000,000 military defense missiles Dan where Kine Hussein Only last Ytem that makes us ail More spending Cut will fall on the air Douglas did not touch on the a a presen effective weapons must Spring won a Victory Ever pro. E and w Cal facilitates Redue Force it was disclosed saturday question whether air Force can never be sacrificed for new Wear syrian and pro egyptian elements ton it armed interest As to ours a night. Continue to maintain 128 wings. It on until the new ones Are fully seeking to topple his throne i after making the Brief plane Side air Force Secretary James h. Was dropped to that level from 137 proven a Douglas said. Quot for some London a British fro Itron men Tamal Airport Douglas revealing his service wings in the budget for the fiscal years to come we will continue to of. Man Riis limed my a drove off to make a Tele must Quot sweat nearly a billion Doh year ending last june 30. Gen. Rely mainly on manned aircraft of the up Ami do Timy phone a Fps it a a president Eisen Lars out of its appropriation said Thomas d. White new air chief for t a Xvi u d Hewer. He said a decision would an for Camf staff told the convention Carli a in. Sui would hold out Structure will a creak a bit and or however that the service May the aircraft Industry will contract have to pare its tactical fore he handed this news to the some to continue maintenance of final banquet of the annual air the strategic air forces at top Force association strength. 3,000 Delegate calling on president i Douglas disclosures highlighted Eisenhower and Congress to build a series of defense cutbacks Force up the air Force to numerical by presidential and congressional superiority Over the russian air economies. Arm. J Wilson said thursday the a had stalked the Home of or. And Quot it distressed me of course that news is not All out his prob mrs. Rome Brookbank on 4.57 e d St it i i 4-vk a of town in Quot Rio a p i1? spokesman told be necessary for the to s i gel Mioton to it Oil / ,. I. _i11� prospects of the lore Dies after aiding injured husband Cool wave moves info state bringing Relief from heat Din a p tvs a in Vatvik 4 it l i i. London talks. Middle East observers in Lon leading democrats have praised Don however said there appeared the Western disarmament Proto be More behind the syrian stale Powals submitted by Dulles Friday meat then the alleged jordanian As a a cards on the table move threat. Some circles speculated which puts it up to Russia to a fish that Syria itself May be planning or Cut Pend i Eton a tragedy s<5rne Callon of its Man and usin8 Dulles returned from a week of Jordan s persistent complaints negotiating among the United against syrian press attacks As a states Russia Britain. France pretext. And Canada. Friday he unfolded a ment Broad Western plan under which use lit the United slates Canada and Arn my Western Europe would be opened to provide a great air Force. We months at an annual rate of $40. I re Fiji from a ladder while m de Jordan already has de up to air and ground inspection to keep the p peace by ready 200.000.000. Washin i windows coded launch an aggressive act in Exchange for similar rights in air the new. Austere pro we or Brookbank fell Namyst. Sgt or a in contradiction of the soviet Union. Gen. Earle e Partridge Conti Grams Douglas and White said. Rom the udder mrs Brook United nations charter j he also offered some smaller nerd a1 air defense commander the air Force will press guided la / run to rail and on re shot a More Syria s sudden an alternative inspection zones if told newsmen that atomic tipped missile development but Beth Jas Quot 7urt�?~j�nh&Quot were cur Culat Russia rejected the Broad rockets such As the one fired at made Clear the United states will a she fell striking her head m Hei that Jordal had proposal the Nevada proving ground on not follow Britain whose an Dandy in Eil. To King nor n pm Pron gel mat a . On a Sten at the am in res several somatic relations wifi Reading a prepared statement. A i Damascus. But the report was Dulles said a if the soviet Union Sij by he syrian a a a Cist i accept these proposals and if the fell on Anderson last evening lowering temperatures which have been boiling in the 90�?Ts for the past few Days. Partly Cloudy and cooler with a High in the mid-80�?Ts was the forecast for Anderson Vicinity today. A Low somewhere in the 50�?Ts can be expected tonight. Records of the Anderson weather 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 w Ith highs in the 80�?Ts. Clearing and cooler was the forecast for the Northern portion of the state last night followed by fair and pleasant weather today. Partly Cloudy and cooler was the prediction the Central and Southern parts of Hoosier land. An advancing wave of Cool Canadian air created thunderstorms Over portions Indiana yesterday. Strong winds with gusts up to 65-Miles an hour battered Lake county but no extensive damage was reported. At a hiting w id Cut off Power in the City a water filtration Plant and water service was disrupted for three hours. After service was restored authorities ordered residents to boil All drinking water during the weekend. A storm which included Hail and moderately Strong winds struck a South Central area and dumped heavy rain Over the Countryside. Temperatures dropped 23-degrees in a few minutes. Chamber executive Board to meet committees for fall dinner named a Quot Quot pm Quot a lured to Quot did Fahsl Rym Quot is Ico us Law ecu from a twp Skull far tire from a roman to Damascus where the executive Board of the an w. Maier and Fred York. Recep a a sustained a broken and been a summoned for con Derson chamber of Commerce finn and seating Everett Fleck. Ankle. necessary details Are worked out. Husband were rushed to St j office John s Hospital Anderson in a foreign office spokesman con a a the. Cornel Bright ambulance. Firnie however that charge �?~m9 a Colb a will hold its August meeting to chairman Jack Hunter George or. Brookbank remains in St. New arrivals in Anderson and Vicinity Morrow evening in the chamber Taggart Don for be William i. A re pm it i in spit a i where he is he a Jujj Fern him Offero William Miller and Jack in treated for a fractured riot 1 y 0110111 it tace Quot born a St Hosp to t0 or. And mrs. Robert Moore Markleville a Public relations commit Jham. Properties and decoration the body of mrs. Brookbank into the Why Quot Grah new york40>jr�-"hiva"cf tee. Headed by Thomas mama John Wilding chairman. Fred taken to the Cornell right crusade offices Early saturday e a a a a Jhan chairman and Russell Mer Mullen. Mike Martin and Dick funeral Home where friends an j took about $2,000. Ritt vice chairman which is Stephenson. Printing and pub May Cai after 7 of clock this eve the Graham organization said offices with Carl d. Cleaver Peck president presiding. Prior to the Durr. Golf tournament de flan Nam concussion and lacerations i no arc got dds meeting the officers will have agao. Chairman Frank Fishback t he head he is presently pen uni Yiuzi Uci dinner at the Alibi restaurant Robert Black and Joseph Pul diet on municipal superintendent 1 new York it pm burglars broke 1 or. And mrs. Keneth Groves 2306 Pearl St., a boy. Planning the annual fall Mem Lic Ifyu Robert Shoemaker chair Juning and where final rites will j the theft occurred Between Sou jew stat care Minnic be ship dinner to be held sept. Man Herbert Kennedy and her be conducted monday afternoon . And 9 am., when the fifth 19, at the Anderson country Bert Trees. At 2 of clock by or t r. White floor offices at 165 w. 46th St.�?T2225 furled fat the dinner for male members a retired presbyterian pastor were closed. A flub has announced committees a boy. To handle the various phases of j of the chamber of Commerce interment will be in the Grove the thieves forced open a petty1 a an rss tier pm Cash Box and took $200 in Cash the dinner a will be an outdoor affair with i a n cemetery. Cash Box and took $200 in Cash a a r it members of the committees Are Steak dinners to be serval of mrs. Brookbank was a native and about $1,000 in negotiable ooh Kaas follows program James r. Noon. Of Middletown mich., and the Chat a cos. J by Day chairman charges f. Bar in the afternoon the seventh daughter of William and Kila j the nightly offerings at Madison j born to or. And mrs. Neal Cly. John r Atkinson and Rich annual Golf tournament will be Gray the Accident victim w9s Square Garden meetings Are de Paulsel Lapel a Rev at a or Ard b. Alexander. Dinner a played Over the country club a student at the Indianapolis posited in a local Bank and Are View Hospital. Nobl Ville. The Range Mentse Everett e. Smith course with prizes for the win conservatory of music. She was never kept in the crusade office maternal grandmother is mrs. Chairman Gordon Odell Richard ners Pinas turn top of 3, column 9 oho organization said. Ethel Mullanix 3424 Hamilton pm civic leaders prepare Hospital Campaign timetable or. G. B. Wilder additional Hospital facilities for he City of Anderson and sur funding county area loomed loser on the civic horizon today s leaders in the City a Hospital by elopement program revealed a Imi table for a $3,000,000 fund rising Campaign. F. Ii. Allis or Mcfarland Frank Zoll b. L. Stewart w. K. Stilson Paul Newbern Sheldon Cooper in i. Dawson Salt free foods sugar free foods non allergic foods hypo allergic toiletries Paynter s apothecary inc. 303 Anderson Bank bldg. Phone 2-4416 it will be the largest and most important civic Endeavor Anderson has Ever undertaken in its entire history. An entirely new Community Hospital to be built on a site As yet undecided upon will be the principal goal of the c Campaign. Some additional facilities also will be provided for St. Johns Hickey memorial Hospital which Tiow carries virtually the entire Hospital Load for Anderson and much of the surrounding county area. Actual work of developing a Campaign organization will begin in november of this year according to or. Gordon b. Wilder chairman of the Board of the new y incorporated Anderson Madison county Hospital development corporation Kickoff for the general Campaign to raise funds for the Multi Milhon Dollar project probably will be scheduled for late february or Early March of 1958, or. Wilder said. 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. J behind this framework for Community action is More than two years of work by Anderson leaders to bring the Hospital development program into Sharp focus represented in the preliminary stages of the Hospital program have been Many hours of conferences and planning by medical leaders such As or. Wilder Industrial Heads such As h d. Dawson general manager of Delco Remy and labor spokesmen such As Arnold Mcfarland former president of the Madison county Cio Al Industrial Council. This Early planning resulted in a Complete Survey of Andersons Hospital Leeds by professional Hospital consultants the James a. Hamilton associates of Minneapolis Minnesota. And from the findings of the Hamilton firm has come the ambitious $3,000,000 program which will unfold Here shortly. Actually the Hospital project took its first informal step Forward when or. Wilder As chief of staff of St. Johns in 1955, called a representative a group together to talk Over Hospital needs and a plan of action. From this group was formed the Anderson Hospital development committee. Representing the medical profession on this committee were doctors j q. Drake p. T. Lamey. And c p. Mclaughlin. From Industry were h. D Dawson of Delco Remy William Schofield of Anaconda and Paul Newbern of Nicholson file. Political leaders included mayor Ralph Ferguson former mayor Noland Wright and judge Russell by Stewart and county commissioner Dale Flora. Business representatives were Elmo Funk and John l. Kirkman. Arnold Mcfarland and Howard Ladwig represented the Cio and Al labor organizations Frank Zoll of the Anderson Myca and Rev. By v Ernon Hess rounded out the committee. It was this group that financed the Survey by Hamilton associates through the joint co operation of labor Industry and the medical profession findings of the Hamilton firm who Are nationally recognized As Hospital specialists indicated an almost immediate need in the an Derson an a of an additional 250 Hospital Beds. How to provide those additional facilities then became the Paramount question for the local Hospital development organization. Surveys of Community sentiment plus discussion with the leadership of Many groups during the past 12 months has resulted in the course of action which the Hospital leaders Are now aggressively pursuing. Within the Pas month the an Ders on Hospital development commuter has been enlarged into 1 new organization now i corpor Odas the Anderson Madison aunty Hospital development corporation air executive committee of this new corporation now includes or. Wilder As chairman of the Board Brank Allis retired Industrial executive As president Arnold Mcfarland Frank k. Zoll Byron l. Stewart and Ward Stilson As vice presidents Paul Newbern As Secretary Sheldon Cooper As treasurer h. D. Daw son am or. P t Lamey As members at Large behind the work of this group of individuals As Well As others who have assisted materially in Crystal zing the Hospital program once again is seen the old old truism a things done to just a happen they have to be planned and worked fill a or. P. T. Lamey from their efforts As the to. Pit a1 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 picnic hams _ watermelons Miracle whip la 29c a. 69c it. 39� pay less super Market open 24 hours daily

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