The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1953 · Page 5
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PAGE TEN BLTl'HEVILLE (ARK.) COUBTER NEWS THtJRSOAT, MAT 14,1955 Air Force Doctors Risked Lives To Test New Pilots Gravity Suits By RENN1E TAYLOR AP Science Heportcr ' LOS ANGELES (AP) — A daring experiment on the hearts of five young Air Force doctors has opened the way for development of a new, more comfortable kind of gravity suit to prevent pilot blackouts. The tests, conducted by Capt. Owen L. Slaughter, now of Evansvillc, Ind., were reported lo the closing meeting of the Aero Medical Association here yesterday. Two long, flexible tubes called suits worked by preventing the the "pressure points" to stop hem- catheters were inserted through blood from crowding Into the lower blood vessels In the neck and into part of the body during high-speed turns, leaving none in the head and the heart of each physician under test. This was done to measure the exact blood pressure in the heart while the lower halves of their bodies were being compressed as in a gravity or blackout suit. Catheters are used frequently on one side or the other of the heart but never before have they been used simultaneously on both sides, Dr. Slaughter said. The one-sided operation is only slightly dangerous but Uie hazard is Increased many fold when both sides iire catheterized. However, no bad effects appeared, Dr. Slaughter reported. Flight surgeons long had be- lived that tight-suqeezing gravity little or causing momentary unconsciousness. Increase Resistance The tests showed, Dr. Slaughter said, that the gravity suit does not work that way. Instead it causes the arteries in the legs and lou'cr abdomen to increase their resistance to blood flow. Tills causes increased blood pressure In the upper part of the body and makes it easier for the heart to blood to the brain, he re- 301'ted. As a result, Dr. Slaughter said ic would suggest that gravity suits je redesigned specifically with the dea of compressing arteries in the owcr part of the Uody, as a first aid worker might do In holding orrlmtfe. It should not be necessary to make suits that will compress the flesh, he said. Dr. Slaughter recently completed his tour of Mr Force duty and returned to private practice. Russia May Free Japanese POWs OSAKA, Jitfmn f/P)—Soviet Russia mny repatriate Japanese World War II war criminals who have completed terms in prison, the deputy director of Japan's repatriation relief board said today. Gen. Shi^co Tanabe said letters recently sent by Japanese detained in Soviet prisons to relatives in Ja- Conservatives Gain Another Seat in England SUND'SRLAND, England (IP> — Prime Minister Churchill's Conservatives gained another seat In the House of Commons today, winning »n upset victory over the Laborltes in a special election to fill » vacancy. It was the first exchange of seats between the major parties In the 17 by-elcctlons held since the general election of October, 1851. In previous balloting to fill vacancies, the Conservatives retained eight scats they h&d won In 1951 and the La- boritcs kept eight. In the voting yesterday In Sun- derlnnd—a major cent shipping port and former Labor stronghold—Conservative candidate P. G. Williams Riirnered 23,114 votes to 21,939 for Labor candidate A. G. S. Whipp nml 2,524 for Liberal B. P. Leslie. ' WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chfcka- wuvba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Bertie Dorrto, Ptf. vs. No. 12,393 Allison Dorrls, Dft. The defendant, Allison Dorris, is pan hinted that they may be returned soon w »ppwr witnm thirty days In the court named In the option hereof »nd answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Bertie Dorrls, Dated this 21st day of April, 1953. Oeraldlne Lteton, Clerk By Cherry Sue Barnes, D. C. C. F. Cooper, atty. for ptf. . Ed B. Cook, atty, ad lltem. 4123-30-517-14 WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chloka- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Anna Florentine, Ptf. vs. No. 12,394 Domlnick Florentine, Dft. The defendant, Dominick Florentine, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Anna Florentine. Dated this 21st day of April, 1953. Geraldlne Llston, Clerk n ,i rr Hurl like Sin! PILES But Now I Grin Ctt .ocrir r«He( from misery of pll«. . Mtaor— In Discover b!»,.e.l relief «l onc^or money buck. A.k for It by name— Tnorn- £. Minor-.t ar .tore, .verywher* By Cherry Su» Burnti, D. 0.' Claude F. Cooper, »tty. lor ptl, Ed B. Cook, atty. ad lltem. Oeraldlne Llston, Clerk IN THE PROBATE COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPI' COUNTY, ARKANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of Andrew Jackson Rhodes, deceased No. 2189 NOTICE Last known address, 430 East Davis, Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of death, May 4. 1953. The undtrjlgned wai appointed administrator of the estate of the above named decedent on the llth day of May, 1853. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit, them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date ot the iirst. publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit In the estate. This notice first published 14 day of May, 1953. Wayne Spencer Rhodes 430 East Davis Street Blytheville, Arkansas James M. Gardner, atty. for estate. 5|H-21 Is that change of life in your eyes? You Need More Than Mak«-Up To Hide Jittery "Nerves" Cili"i£i"£ «-».- ••; , ;• ty oMi£e""n.1sery?"Sure" make-up to brighter happier timesi. So may help some, yet it can't take let Cardui help you look, relax the pain and nervousness out of and sleep better. GetL"du> your eyes. But Cardui often does, "insurance .^JUu ele") A little Cardui each day has today. 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