Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 3, 1973 · Page 12
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12 (jplesburg Register-Mail, Golesburg, Thursday, May 3, 1973 Fate of America Infant TOKYO (VPt) - the fate ol another American baby rested today in the hands of Dr. Kenjiro Suruga, the only surgeon in the world who has perfected a delicate operation for a rare and lethal birth deficiency of the liver. Seven-month-old Theresa Rose Decorah of Milwaukee became the fourth American baby this year brought to Suruga, who performed a 6Ms- hour operation Wednesday on little Jennifer Rice of Decatur, Ga. Both Jennifer and Theresa suffer from biliary artesia— constriction of the duct that (transfers bile from the liver to the large intestine. The defect usually results in fatal damage [to the liver from accumulated bile. Suruga told newsmen following the operation on Jennifer, who is 6% months old, that the best chance of success comes if the baby is two months old and that a baby six months or older has a small chance of recovery. He said Jennifer's chances of recovery depended on how Well her liver could reconstitute itself. Theresa arrived late Wednes­ day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Decorah. Suruga cancelled his day off today to examine her in his office. Decorah told UPI after Sugura examined his daughter that more tests are needed and that his daughter may remain in Tokyo for a week before the doctor decides to operate. Meanwhile, he said, the girl is "resting well" at a hotel near the hospital. A trust fund was set up for Theresa in a Milwaukee bank to pay for the $4,000 operation, OLD PANTS TRADE-IN SALE On* eld pair of Pants worth $1 Buck en One Pair of New Pants. At PANTS PLUS 44 S. KELLOGG British Queen Gets Pot Invite LONDON (UPI) - The organizers said they would drop the naked sports, but not the marijuana, and invited Queen Elizabeth II to join them at the second annual Pop and Pot Festival. A spokesman for Buckingham Palace declined the invitation. Organizer Bill Dwyer, 43, said Wednesday that an appear- ! ance by the queen would bring "great rejoicing" to everyone present. The festival is planned for August in Windsor, a few miles from London and one of the royal family's favorite weekend retreats. Last year, the festival ran into trouble because of nudity and naked sports, "just like the ancient Olympic Games." which includes 45 days of contalescence. Suruga, who operates with a high-powered microscope, is internationally famous as the only surgeon who has perfected biliary artesia surgery. He has succeeded in 30 of 40 previous operations on Japanese children. About 200 cases of biliary artesia are reported in the United States each year but for unknown reasons, the defect is much more common in Japanese children. HUD Approves Recreation Grant MOUNT VERNON, 111. (UPI) —The Department of Mousing and Urban Development has approved a $232,388 grant to Mount Vernon for recreational facilities under its open space land program. The grant, announced by Rep. Kenneth J. Gray, D-Ill., will permit improvements at Mount Vernon's Jaycee Lake, Optimist Park, Ki-Op Baseball Field, Jamison Park and City Park •'•MI Steel Workers * Go on Strike CARTERVILLE, 111. (UPIH Some 50 members of Local 13367 of the U.S. Steel workers Union, seeking a pay increase, went on strike today against American Magnetics Corp. Mrs. Margaret Lindhorst said the current three-year contract is at the end of the first year and includes a wage reopener provision. It does not include a cost of living provision, she said. Present wage scale ranges from $2.31 to $2.69 an hour but she declined to say what the union is seeking. She said no meetings were scheduled. A company spokesman declined comment on the walkout. WoodhulhAlpha Luncheon Pam Clarke, left, Donna Willett and Sally Kempin prepare centerpieces for the annual salad luncheon and bake sale of the Woodhull-Alpha Jaycee Women May 9 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the United Church of Woodhull. 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