The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1955 · Page 16
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COTRIER MEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER t, MSB Surgery Seeks New Ways To Correct Ike-Type Ailment By ALTON L. RLAKESLEE Associated Press Science Reporter CHICAGO (AP) • Within a year surgeons may bo able to give victims of heart attacks new corona'ry arteries, or to unplug their own clogged ones, a prominent heart surgeon said Exactly this kind of replacement or unplugging has been done successfully on dog hearts, he announced. Still needed is an improved test; temporary .holiday for half an hour Hodiok Left $25,000 Estate LOS ANG* LES W — Actor John viia died last Oct. 19. l > dispose of an es^itc i Irs.s than $25.000, a • cd in Superior Cou:t i lay, i ent. requost.i:i£ letters e docun of administration, was filed by Ho- dink's sister, Mrs. Ann Sliva. She described his assets as cash not ex- rmlliiK $10,000; stocks not exceed- um S5.000; and other personal property not exceeding $10,000. Heirs were listed as a daughter, Katnna, 4,'who resides with Hodi- :ik'-i former wife, actress Anne Dexter; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoili.ik Sr.. a'brother, Waller Jr.. and Mrs. Slivn. ' D/jp/oy Forth SPOKANE, Wash. W) — An ac- countnnt was grunted probation yesterday because the company he had stolen from had so much faith in him that it took Its books to jail to be brought up to date. Walter E, Anderson, 45, had admitted the undetected embezzlement of $3.352 from a warehouse concern. The president of ttie firm said Anderson still had a job awaiting him. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Baking was regarded BS a fine art in (indent Rome and makers enjoyed high prestige and special privileges. to pinpoint where the artery is or so while repairs were made, clogged, but that should come, said And Minnesota researchers have Dr C Walton Liilehei, University developed a brand new heari-hm" of 'Minnesota Medical School. I machine, the simplest one yet. us- Coronaries — such as felled j ing a $2 plastic lung and a couple President Eisenhower — c o m e j of pumps. when arteries feeding blooci to the,' There are two possibilities for heart muscle become clogged with] repair: One. to cut open the ailing fatty material. Part or the heart' muscle is damaged, or dies. "For the first time, now there artery, scrape out the fatty plugs, and sew it back together. Two, to ttike out the diseased length of hope that we can open up the! artery and replace it with a heart to repair the artery, or sub-; healthy section borrowed fro m stitute another artery for it," Dr. Liilehei. in a prepared lalk, told the American College of Surgeons. A heart-lung machine would be someone else, or usins; one of the : patient's own arteries. j Nut New j Artery transplants are bore coronary arteries can be replaced. This was shown feasible in dog experiments on heart arteries by Dr.s. Karel B. Absolon, Joseph B, Au-st, and Dr. Liilehei. Such repair of coronary arteries would not overcome the damage already done to the heart by a first attack. But it could , reduce the risk of new blockages or piug- gings occurring later, bringing more attacks. One reason for optimism is that most of the blockades occur in a part of the coronary arteries which is relatively easy to <;et. at and work upon. Dr. Lillchei said. used to put the person's heart on a! What is new is that the smaller- Cop Killer Slain by Motel Owner He Had Held Captive NEPTCTNE TOWNSHIP, N.J. (/P)— A 28-year-old man shot and killed a state, trooper, and then met violent death today at the hands of a motel owner he held captive almost an hour. The man, identified as Sammy Alveraz of Brooklyn, N.Y., burst into the Fermvood Motel early today as state police beat through nearby woods in an intensive hunt for him. The owner of the motel killed Alveraz with a rifle blast, police said. Alveraz fatally wounded State Trooper John Anderson late last night when the latter stopped him for a check on the Garden State Parkway in tiie vicinity of Red Bank. Pistol Mfesiny Anderson, . 32, managed to crawl back to his patrol car and called for help. He was found slumped In the front seat, his service revolver missing. He died later in Riverview Hospital, Red Bank, after furnishing a Earl Warren's Daughter Weds LAS VEGAS, Nev. Ml — Nina (Honey Bear) Warren, '22, daughter of Chief Justice and Mrs. Earl Warren, and Dr. Stuart Brien, 33. Beverly Hills, Calif., physician, unexpectedly flew here from Los Angeles last night and were married. The ceremony was performed by Justice of the Peace John jVIendoza in a penthouse suit of the Riviera Hotel. The elopement was a surprise because the couple obtained a mar~ riage license only two days ago in Santa Monica, Calif. It is the first marriage for each. Best man for the single-ring ceremony was Saul Blhari. president of Modern Records Co., Los Angeles. His wife Linda, a friend of Nina's since high school days, was matron of honor. The blonde Miss Warren wore a dark blue dress. The hotel had decorated the suite with flowers and after the ceremony brought in a big wedding cake. Miss Warren, born in Oakland, Calif., and known to intimates since childhood as Honey Bear, is the youngest of three Warren daughters. Her father was elected three times as governor of California. She was stricken with polio in November 1950 but recovered fully from paralysis of the legs and attended UCLA. skimpy description of his assailant's car. | According to Township Officer i Edward Reid, Alveraz made his way i to the motel on Rt. 66 here, forced j his way inside and cornered the | owner, Edward Whritenour, and his wife. The frantic gunman, who police [ said may have originally been flee- j ing from a service station holdup! in Keyport, ordered the wife to tie) up Whritenhour. Then he blindfold- i ed and gagged the couple. Untied Self . I Alveraz made the pair change positions frequently in the 45 minutes j he held them captive. During one! of the shifts; Whritenour stumbled j backwards into an open closet, and his captor closed the door on him. Inside the closet, the mote! owner worked free his bonds and spotted his hunting rifle. He pushed open the closet door and fired point blank at Alveraz' head. The captor fell dead. At his sit was found Anderson's service revo ver. Scores of police who had bei hunting for the slayer soon arrivi at the motel scene. Ladies Charity Group Has Hew Money Problem NEW YORK ftf't—A group of w men, gathered for a chanty inec ng, had n different kind of mom problem yesterday: They had $16 540 in cash and couldn't account f< it. The money, in $50, $20 and $: bills, was discovered by a inembe of Baron De Hirsch Ladies Aid So ciety at the Yorkviile Temple whp .she went to prepare refreshment The bills were in a paper bag in cupboard. Since no one could explain \vher the cache had come from, the ladie turned the money over to police. The money may go to the orga nizntion if the rightful owner dot not claim it within 90 days. EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware rhone 2-2015 <jyf c A ;--^~-r W,»J p aoii'l ju.st ask I for bourbon... >.---,) ask for c -^ .j ">.-.•, ourbou BOURBON WHISKEY FVLLY AGED (THt 60UKBON DE LUXK COMPANY, I.OUISVH.LE, KENTUCKV. ). «6 PROOF. BUSINESS COLLEGE OPENS Tues., Nov. 8th at 7:00 p.m. 209i W. Main Tel. 3-4097 A FEW OPENINGS ARE STILL AVAILABLE. CALL TODAY TO RESERVE YOUR PLACE! 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