Independent from Long Beach, California on February 10, 1958 · Page 13
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Youth, 19, oes CHICAGO'UP)---Doctors Sunday reported a-19-year-old patient had successfully under- .gone a "blue baby' operation- surgery rarely performed upon a n adult' · · · ' · · . ' . - . " . . Doctors: at the University.of Illinois Hospital stopped, 'the heart, of James :Dixon for 23% minutes, .then' reversed its abnormal.-position. · . · ·' ·:';.' "The'miracle is that this "boy could stiU have -been alive at 19," said.ione'^doctor. He; said such operations generally are performed on children in tHe 3 to 11-year age f bracket.' ·Dixon was'", brought, to. Chicago, for the · operation Friday from his'home at Mitchell; SJ3; His . parents, Mr. and: Mrs. Elmer Dixon, -were told.that James'Was "recuperating.beau- tifully.', ' · .' ' · ' '-. ':His : heart"had been reversed, doctors'- said, .much as though you '- were, looking at it '· in · a mirror--''the right is where the left.is,,and vice versa." ; The doctors declined to ; be identified.- ". '·'·.- '- ' . Dr. Fuchs Rejoined by Hillary McMURDO SOUND, Antarctica (U.E)J-Sir Edmund Hillary arrived, at Depot 700 Sunday -and joined^ritish explorer Dr. Vivian Fuchs on-the,final leg of his''overland trek across the Antarctic continent., Officials . at nearby Scott Base said. 'Hillary and Fuchs ·were expected to start north toward McMurdo Sound momentarily. They said'all four of Fuchs' Sno-Cat; tractors were in working order and .that the expedition was ready to push on. . ... -' Hillary, .the conqueror of Everest, flew in a 1 singlc-en- gined New Zealand expedition plane to the lonely supply depot he had set up earlier for Fuchs at a point 700 miles from'McMurdo Sound. # * * * FUCHS AND his party- of 11 other "British scientists and. technicians r are crossing the Antarctic continent from the Weddell Sea coast to the New Zealand -expedition ' base .' on McMurdo Sound. They already have met Hillary once, at the South Pole, and Hillary joined them again for the last lap. Fuchs .arrived ' Friday at Depot 700, 500 miles from the South Pole. Da 1 e Came g ie ouMe Public Sptaklnq -- Memory Training ~- Human filiations ' Divilop C«ur«rt--Poiit--ConHdmci--Lurn'to Spiik hi Public Frti Dimondratlon Miitlnc--Morfin HilMmpIn R»dM . ' «35 locust *Yinu»-Tliiirsd»y.-F»b. I3(h, 8 P.M.--Pr»unttj by Mo SlfflM The'DLxonSj permitted to see their son., briefly.,Sunday, :-said triey '-were overjoyed when he held ug his'hand and exclaimed, "look, ma, I've got pink fin^fer- nails.". .:',, V · ' ' · ' · ·'·' : . . . ·'' ;The term "blue i baby 1 '-, describes -a-conditipn-i causedi;,by seepafe from' the;, heart; .that mingles -pure, and impure ··blood. The condition: is*' characterized by a bluish-purpleydiscplor.ation of the lips arid fingernails. '.-'·· Five- surgeons- worked, for more ihan'threejtiours" to", patch up^.-the heart. .AJsingJ'a.i.heart- lung machine, they, short-circuited .the '/blood. 'flow;' stopped the- heart; and-'sewed 'up a 'hole roughly fhe r size-, of 'a · hen's .iegfL ; . ! "TlJe operattion'required-; quan-:' tities .of.-Wood,.-so .the elder Dixon, "a .railroad; foreman for the Milwaukee ··road., i^'Mitch; ell,: appealed' to the firm's ;.ehi- · " · .··· · / ;, ration cago employes. Tifteen of'themj watched and'waited. They said donated a pijit^each.;. :.' '.'·' '. |the' patient would'not [be; .out -;Smday,--' ; doctors-Vcautipns]y|6f danger- for: three or ; four days. . . . . . . . . "His whole system, has to readjust," a hospital, spokesman V V £ Jtf'OJir GREEN GIVE /. ·** STAMPS W . l h rt'l P u t . ' m r s nnil Prpo,, 4 . . , , , TED W. BROWN MANUFACTURER'S DEMONSTRATION WELDING INDUSTRIAL EQUIP. WED.-THURS., Feb. 12-13 BIJO P. M. to loiae P. M. LONG BEACH WELDERS SUPPLY 1629 W. ANAHEIM «wif, MM., M. io,'i»»« INDEPENDENT--Page A-13 said. "But.-he's doing verjrwell, considering;;that he, underwent ' inajor'Jieart,surgery." . r - ^ Tour Hair Cut To Suit YOJ . UNDIR U..... .'t.25 '1.00 I Opm From t to I Monday Tkra Srtirrfay | Y«I W» Cut Nat Topi ·«! Drapci JACOBSOH'S BARBER SHOP 1447 Chwry Aw. Phoiw HE 7-4421 Cam* Fcrty h./fte W»t« -- 4valtf M* Kui WHERE YOUR DOLLAR HAS NO END PRICES EFFECTIVE WON-TUES.-WED. FEB. 10; 11,12 · biimoiu Short. ',,.. 5286 X E. Sttond St. Paramount 15991 Paramount Bl. Long Ana at C one BIMI 2824 E. Anajiilm IE7Lonc Buth 4232 E. Anahilm I, Lonj Btacli 5800 Atlantic AVI, LBSC;Students in Youth Parley. Four Long Beach State College students will take part in a state wide Conference on · Youth Participation in Community Affairs, sponsored by.the Governor's Advisory Committee on Children and Youth, at Sacramento next: Tuesday and Wednesday." ' - . - - · . · The LBSC students invited by the governor are Lynn Richmond, 227 E. 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