The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1950 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 11, 1950
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 19W (ART.) 9 Are Honored Al Nobel Prize Ceremonies Four Amoricont K*c«iv« Awards; • Negro It Included erOCKHOIAf. aweden, Dec. 11. <AP)—Nine men were presented Nobel prizes yesterday at resplendent twin ceremonies here and In Oslo, Norway. It was the S4th anniversary ol the death of Alfred Nobtl, inventor 01 dynamite and creator of the awards. Winners of the prints, totaling nearly (300,000 in cash and representing th« world': foremost honors lor contributions to humanity, Included four Americans: Mississippi Novelist William Faulkner, awarded the IWO literature prize, 530,001. Dr. Ralph J. Bundle, the lirst Republicans May Temper Attack on Foreign Policy WASHINGTON, Deo. 11. (*)— With President Trumiih calling for unity, Republican leaden tare tome «!«n» today of temptrlni Uielr «t- lacks o n administration (or«lfB policies. Senator ives (R-NY) called a Senate Republican policy «ubcom- mlttee together lo redraft his resolution calling (or the removal of Secretary of State Acheson. Despite apparent conviction of *. majority of the 43 Republican senators that Acltwon ought to step out, ives hinted there m»y be no formal party call [or tuch action. Instead, the Republicans might condemn policies they regard a» bad and plug for new ones behind which both parlies could unit*. Pre»ldeBt Truman wu en record In a Nov. W letter made public duruij the week-end, » pledging the D*mocriti to "seek no njvan- t*f* In those field! that affect our national defema and our relations with other nations." The president said he won't attend a Democratic rally and banquet in N'ey York City tomorrow nlfht. in a letter to Dwight R. o. Pilmer, dinner chairman, the President jald that national unity I* paramount because "there It not going to" be any short-cut to preserving our freedom or securing the peace of the world through International cooperation of free and peaceful nations/' Nel o c7r o be o nono d, o «•»£» T, {6 ° "]"• [--!'- »ffi -<™^ — ^Se? $60 Artificial Heart-Lung Developed For Human Beings at Antioch College YELLOW SPRINGS, O., D«c. 11. ation and temperature." vTi ~ An artificial liearl-lung so simple it can be built In any lab. oratory for {60 has been developed his work as United Nations mediator during the Palestine war. 'Dr. Philip S. Hunch and Dr. Edward C. Kendall of the Mayo Clinic at Rochester, Minii., 810,571 each for their research in hormones, including the discovery of cortisone, a powerful agent in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. Brilisb, Germans, Swiss The other recipients—two Britons, two Germans and a SwLss— we're: British philosopher Eerlrand Hussell, 1950 prize for literature J31.115. Prof. Cecil F, Powell of Britain's Bristol University, physics prize, $31,715, for his work on cosmic rays. Dr. Otto biels and Prof. Kurt Adler, German teacher-student team who shared the S31.715 chemistry prize [or their discovery of the dien synthesis, a method to produce odors and complicated chemical compounds artificially. 3-Man Medical Award Dr. Tadeusz Reichstein of the University of Basel, Switzerland, who ' received $10,511 along with Dr. Hench and Dr. Kendall In the three-man medical award. All prize winners except Dr. for Study o( College, Bunche received their awards in the grand auditorium of Stockholm's concert hall. Sweden's King Oustaf VI personally handed Faulkner his prize. At Oslo, King Haakmi, Urown Prince Olav, and other members "of the royal family witnesses the presentation of the peace prize to l>r. Bunche by a special committee of the Norwegian parliament'in Oslo University's largest hall. Arkansan Named Rhodes Scholar LITTLE ROCK, bee.' i. Arkansan is one of- this year's 32 Rhodes Scholarship winners. He Is Arthur W.LItz Jr., Little Roc v . a student at Princeton University. Lit?, was chosen as one of the representatives -I r o m the region which embraces Arkansas by n regional selection committee -Saturday. * • His selection was announced yesterday along with the selection of the other 31 who'll study at Oxford University, England, under terms of the will of the late Cecil Rhodes. Arkansas Senate Official Chosen LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 11. (JP,~ The men who'll comprise the 1951 Arkansas Senate yesterday chose Jim Snoridy of Mulberry as Senate secretary. Snoririy is a former was' secretary al thr. Institute scientists, announcing this U6t night, said the device "is ready for UEB on human beings. " A similar device, developed by Hahncmann Hospital In Philadelphia was reported last week at the American Medical Association meeting In Cleveland. Both devices arc called e.xygen- ators and operate on the same general lines. They differ In many ways, however. 'The Fels heart-lung has no moving parts, utilizing electro-magnetic gas valves to control the alternating pressure and suction that duplicates the heart's "pumping." llahnemann's uses as a mechnica! pump and a steel cylinder. The Pels heart-lung is all glass. Dr: Leland C. Clark Jr., head of Fels' biochemistry department and one of the heart-lung developers, said he felt 2 mechanical pump "might damage the delicate red bood cells—fatal if too many are damaged." Weighs Unrter Four Pounds Dr. Lester W. Sontag, institute director, said "the Fels oxygenator represents a very important ad- i-auce over previous efforts (because) it has no moving parts; is easily sterilized, weighs less thai) four pounds, onuses no detectable damage to red blood cells after hours of pun)ping, can be 'filled with less than a pint of blood and automatically adjusts its pumping rate over one-fourth pint to over a gallon a minute." Dog. Lives .11 Minutes • The Hahnemann heart-lung was reported to have kept one dog alive for 71 minutes while by-passing blood around the heart and lungs. Joe Morton, a Dayton Journal Herald reporter, watched the Fels lung operate yesterday. He saw It keep a 60-pound dog alive for more than Uwo hours. The dog, Morton said, kept .up Its normal .breathing, heart action and blood pressure. Dr. Clark, and his co-workers in the development—Dr. Frank Collan. institute physiologist and research pediatrician, and other institute workers—said the Feis heart-lung has been used in experiments on more than 50 dogs so far. They announced the $60 cost figure. : Uses Are Listed These possible uses for the device were listed by Fels: "(1) Emergency means of byr passing the heart and lung while surgeons repair these delicate organs; (2) To rest the lungs and allow drugs to take effect during pneumonia or other lung ailments] <3> To rest the heart by allowing it to beat empty for many days after a blockage or occlusion of the vital organ; (« Assume the mother's function temporarily in supplying oxygenated blood to new born infants who fail to begin breathing sooi. enough; (5) To save . drowning victims .from death; • (6) i To study function of various or- igans such as heart and brain un ' session, der controlled conditions of oxygen •fit at Antioch (AP)—Oliver Stanley.' a leading member of the'Conservative' Partj Stanley Dies READING, England, Dec. and former British cabinet member, died last night Biter a long illness. He was 54. ittMnnm ooctmr, ARKANSAS, CUICKAtAWM DISTRICT T, J. BETTB COMPANY ud JOHN r. 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