Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 10, 1962 · Page 9
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 9

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D*. 10, 1*2 CREEI.EY RimrNE p u «t Volunteers Aid Uclan Team Find Best Artery Operation ·r ALTON »IAKI SLEf . He volunteered for piuoetrug AwcMW Prau SCIMK* Writer Ibut risky, surgery designed to NEW YOKK 'AP - At tbfjrearn out tiw biological rurt clog- prime age o( 45. a once-vigorous ging his heart arteries ihe caise proltsikxul man becune an un- of his pain, hit helpletsoeu. his employed cripple. The slightest exertion, even menacing date uiih death. SIK-CWS could mean renewed elimbing a fe» steps, lent pain life. Further, it might help pave ·tabbing through his chest. So the way for saving many thou- nirrew '»af his margin between sands of men and women each life and death the vxckment of witching a football game on tele- year whose coronary arteries become narrowed or Nocked with pressed, worried, and scared. And also very, very brave. Wray School rior In FFA Contest Superk vision could kill him He was de- the biological rust-the deposit! of FORT COULNS AP - Wray High School won top honors al the Colorado Future Farmers ci America judging contests here Friday and Saturday. The Wray team was judged superior in three of the live categories in the competition. Platlc Valley, Eaton and Haxtun High Schools ranked next with two superior ratings each. cholesterol and other (ally materials. He also knew that almott half the men undergoing this surgery had died en the operating Ublc For some, the anesthetic proved loo great a challenge to weakened hearts. The businessman debated, gam-! bled and won, through a technique to open the pluggsd artery developed by Dr. Jack A. Cannon and 1 associates of the University of California at Los Angeles. "Aftciward. I tell the volunteers^ they are members of the tough- e.st-rnen-1-know club." says Dr. "annon. Other times, a wife must be told her husband gambled and lost. The UCLA team is one of a fctnall number searching for the Our CJi VALUES STORE WEEKDAYS 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M. OURS SUNDAYS 9 A.M. TO S P.M. Mussel! George, Rifle High best ways to repair hearts in trou School, won the public ipeaking ble from atherosclerosis and contest and will represent ihe blocking of heart arterie ·late in the regional FFA meet in Kansas City. George delivered his winning speech. "The U.S. and the Com mon Market", to 4» FFA members and advisors today. Other speakers at the meeting held at Colorado Stale University includ td Oil! President William E. Morgan and Sherman S. Wheeler, dean of agriculture. »t a breakfast, included the following high school teams Whatever the basic cause--diet, heredity and other factors are all suspected--the artery becomes plugged much like a rusted pipe. Dr. Cannon and Dr William P. Longmire. chairman of Ihe UCLA Department of Surgery, and Dr. Albert Kaltus. a cardiologist, accept only volunteers for whomi nothing else olfers hope. All hove severe anginal pain because the The judging award?, announced hcan muH . lt . c ( h _ l--_l.f-.t l«^l,iJJ ll** Fnl- . . . . . . ° blood and oxygen under the stress of physical activity or emotional livestock - Crook. Kersey. s(ress ORf man w a j swa]lTO . Jng Windsor. Woodlin. Poultry -- Platle Valley. Cor- t«i, Holyoke, Bennett, Monle Visla, Eaton. Dairy Cattle -- Longmont, Burlington, Platte Valley. Wray. New- Ray mer. Crop Judging - Wray, Eaton. Hailun, OtU. Farm Michinefy--Wray. Haxtun, Rocky Ford, McClave. Blind Retired Policeman Plays Santa 1KDIANAP01.1S lAP! -- Each Christmiu season, children Irom throughout Indiana (lock to a gaily decanted buu» licrr lor a clinl »iUi "Santa Claui" -- a retired policeman who Is blind. For the last live years. Ihe hob- byprojecl has been carried on by Beryl A, Thompson. 60, uho lives with his wile in a small. Deal home on the southwest side ol the city. Starting early in November, Thompson transforms his home into a children's Christmas fairyland with "M lights oullinins the house and a six-foot Santa Claus standing in the front yard, wav ing and winking at children who pass by -- and drop in. They're invited by Thompson who has n speaker inside the house. Dressed as Sanla, the policeman who has been blint nince 1944 listens lo their Christ mas wishes and treats them to candy. An equally cxdted partner n the project is Tlmmpson's wile Mary. She whips up sonw TOO cookies and many pounds ol cand (or the little visitors. "1 love every minute of it.' Thompson says, "and 1 neve have any Icar that too many chilr ren will come. One of my prcal eM pleasures is listening to child rrn -- their expressions, thei reelings nnd the way they talk." W lo SO nitroglycerine pills daily to ease his btiart pain. With dye injections and X rays ley locate the blocked coronary] tents. The heart is laid bare. arteries (lit open, and the ugs removed while the patients ·e kepi going with a bean-lung ischinc. Among IS men aod one woman, ur men have been restored loj illy active We and one Is even laying tennis again. Dr. Cannon aid. Nine died during or immediate after surgery, and two died months after their nitrations One Hit' latter was fully active for years One day he put a new oof on his house, went to a base- ail game, and took his wife danc ng in the evening. But later, a clurn "I the artery blocking rought death. Three others appear definitely niproved, and two did not benefit. The approach is experimental nd "we do not try to sell it to nyone." Ur Cannon said. Sonic men decline the chance and ometimes wives say no. The death rate has been high, s it usually is in any new tech- ique, as it was in the Initial Derations to correct congenital elects in children's hearts. 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