The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 13, 1947 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1947 Mental Patients Get New 'Shock' Eiectronarcosis Get Trial in Veterans Hospital on Coast LCS ANOELES (U1 J )-— Electro- narcosis, a new treatment for victims of mental diseases, lias been combined with electro and insulin shock to give patients nt the Saw- lelle Veterans Administration lioi- IJita! a b'.'tler chance for recovery. P 1 '- Richard U Harris,, chief .dical officer, said the veterans hospital here was one of Uvo institutions now employing this method. Two doctors, .two nurses and three hospital attendants .are necessary in giving tlie treatment! wlii:h consists of passing a carefully regulated flow of electric cuircnt through a salient's body for a period of seven to 10 minutes, Harris.said. Oxygen is administered at the same time to aid • breathing. On the basis of 15 patients treated', hospital official; said they could point to .statistics proving the value of elcctrbnarcosis 'over oldpr methods. Patients who have failed to respond to insulin are.now showing "marked improvement" as a result of the new method, Karris said. Dr. Samuel Reznick, a pioneer In the field, cited the case of a World War II schizophrenic who had been hospitalized six months. Acutely distmb?d. the patient heard voices and was violent, irrational and uncooperative. Ho failed to respond to either electro or insulin shock. "Now. after 15 electro-narcosis treatments, he is quiet and rational," Rcznick s aid. "His memory has returned and. if the present rate'of improvement is maintained, in 30 days he will be given a trial visit to his home." Reznick said a patient imder- goint; the treatment feels ho pairi >r discomfort. Within two minutes -if'er the current has been turned off. lie is conscious and able to talk. After resting 10 minutes, he walks to a shower and is nble to resume normal activity. BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) CQUUIER NKWS Airliner Missing BATAVIA. March 12. .(UP)—A Dakota airliner with 24 passengers and two crewmen was missing today on n regular flight from Bntavlii to Bandoeng. The trnnsport left Balnvia Ihis morning with fuel for four hours flight,. The trip normally takes half an hour. Bird Realtor The flicker is the real estate man of the bird world. His hnles provide homes for dozens of kinds of birds, ns well as many small animnls. Man's greatest productivity , in creative work comes at the age of about 35, psychologists believe. Hove you ever seen anyone leave prut of a GRAPHITE? GRAPETTE has a flavor you enjoy ANYTIME, thirsty or not! GREYHOUND Tell It to Ball David Dubinsky. left, president of the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union (AFL), and Matthew Woll, right, AFL vice president, tell Sen. Joseph Bull tvhul's wrimK wilh restrictive labor legislation the MiKnesota Republican is championing in Congress. Presbyterians About to End Long Dispute CINCINNATI. March 13. (UP) — Committees from the Presbyterian Church's two divisions—North and "iOuth—met here yesterday to plan | . move that would reunite the 1 church after n schism of 87 years' duration. The committee represented the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. and the Presbyterian Church o! the U. s., organized in 18G1 after secession of the Southern stales. Together, they now have a membership of 2.800.000. ''A decision will be reached as to whether a plan will be presented to th C1947 general assemblies of both churches in May," said Dr. Ralph W. Lloyd, president of Maryville. Tcnn.. College and chairman of the Southern group. There are no doctrinal differences Senate Okays Four Laney Appointments BOCK, Alk,. Mnvoh 13. <U<P)— The Si-nuti' yesterday approved the names of four board r;uuin!mcnls made by Clov. Ben ly.inry. Two of them were replacements for nominations rejected by. the Senate last week. I Silting in executive session, the Senate approved 1 Or. Joe Knshton 1 of Mngnolln as a member of the Stale Hospital Board replacing tli'ii Rev. Harold Sadler of Rlson. and Sen. J. orville Cheney of Calico Ho.-k ns a member of the Board of Arkansas State Collcsc nt Jonesboro, replacing Ralph McDonald of Weldon. I Others confirmed were Mrs. Pauline L?wis of Little Rock as a member of the Hoard of the Confederate Hume, mid Tom Loggett of Little lto;k, re-appoiiilM ns state bank commissioner. between the two branches ot the! church. ' Roiwl Councr News Want Ads. BE THRIFTY! SAVE MONEY! Bring your car to HOTS BODY SHOP for all body and fender repairs, painting, and glass installed. HEAD-LININGS for all cars made like the fjictory makes them, same ninlenal and workmanship. Guaranteed to fit and look like original upholstery. 412 E. Main St. Phone 3456 coffee Doughnuts and coffee - that's a cotnbinafion as natural as the popular request for "Cup-TesteJ" ADMIRATION Coffee. 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