Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 30, 1960 · Page 10
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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 30, 1960
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ALTON EVENING mttJfUPH THURSDAY, IUNJE 30, THURSDAY, JUNE 00,1900 ALTON IVfcWIHO TELLORAPH iftmtflMto efiQ Ofi™r OBra tftektt CWBp orTLUft of tttt Owrta Kaistr, Mo. Hoar Wffi M- m towo for ttat csntp 0. A. Wilson, county ttrptrta- undent of schools, is director of camp and the followtot e§> nt! *Hl,M*> , Hoi* Miller, Lloyd Allen, Mn. Albert k» «ad Mtt. Wto Walsh, ; and flrtJiMto Allen, Judy tt, Cflithts: O'Sdl, mty rf»nce« Brakeville and Mikt Afttttn, Jufttflrs. . > Ib the group this, vmk atts Jeanttte Abbott,, MarsSa Allen, RAgtoa Atehtaoa, Jerry Buflett, Mary Ellen Barlctt, Lytm Bio** Met* Linda Beach, BwwnlS Bwachamp, .Gregory I**** duuop, Jane Bdemamfc'l aid and Peggy Betett, Nancy Bpsftorth, Norms Bowers, Gary Borttows, Judy Chipman, Candy CWfltnan, Robin Edwards, Joet* fc filsler, Darrell Gardner, Rene* Gerson, Janet Getting*, Rfchard Green, Rupert Greeting, Claudia Gross, Deanna Hard* ^jiati WICK. Loretta Hartmen, Jahn Metner, Bob Hormell, Linda Urbach, Carol Krusc, Elizabeth Landon, George and Phyllis Lambert, Tommy Long, Date Lyons, dark MandreU, Carol Osbun, Darwin. Perdun, Donnte Perdun, Beverly Powers, Jett Radley, Sharon Rench,-Mlke Reynolds, Roberta Schaaf, Blake and Gayte Schaake, David Scoggins, Theresa Sears, Gregory aschrest, David Smith, Karen end Susan Stamps, Cindy String er, Valda Jean tuetken, Judith Underwood, Barbara- Wallace, Gate Walther, Dennis Wilson and Jimmy Woolsey. Arrivtag From California JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Nlch olas Stahl and sons, Jim and John of Fresno, Calif., will arrive Friday to spend two weeks with* the boys' grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stahl of Fieldon, and with other relatives here. Announce Birth of Son JERSEYVILLE -* -PN James Adams and Mrs. Adams are announcing the birth of i son at 5 p.m. Monday in the N* vy Hospital at Great Lakes Training Station where the baby's parents are both with the personnel Department. The baby has been named James Lloyd Adams III and he weighed 7 pounds 13 ounces. He is a grandson of Lloyd Adams and Mrs. Louella Haun of Jer seyville and Mrs. Lawrence Saove of Saginaw, Mich.; and is a great grandson of Mrs. Eli za Gubser of Jerseyvilte. This is the first child of the couple '• Annual Meeting JERSEYVILLE — The annu- ' al meeting of the Auxiliary o the Jersey Community Hospital will' be heId July 28 beginning with a potluck dinner at noon Each one is asked to bring their own serice. During the afternoon session a program will be given and new 'officers will be elected. Whole Blood Used During Surgical Chill WASHINGTON (Science Serv ice) — The new development of using whole blood in a heart-lung machine to chill a brain surgery patient's body to four degrees above freezing was reported by Dr. Sam T. Gibson, director of the American National Red Cross blood' program. • Dr. Gibson said that surgeons at Duke University, using the heart-lung machine, piped whole! blood through the body of a brain tumor patient. The. blood was gradually chilled and, at 49 degrees Fahrenheit, the heart. •topped. At 36 degrees, thej electrical impulses indicating <brain action halted. The brain tumor was removed and the blood coursing through the patient's body' was gradually warmed to body temperature. The surgery was successful, Dr. Gibson reported. He said that scientists at Vanderbilt Univrsity are experimenting on laboratory animals to determine whether, after a Vheart attack, a heart-lung machine and donor blood could be used to k«ep the damaged heart outside the body until it can heal completely. He also revealed another use! for gamma globulin, in cases! where « child vaccinated for! smallpox or his nurse may rubi a hand carrying infection to the eyes, infecting the eyes and threatening a blinding sear. A tractional byproduct ol blood taken from donor* who had their first small pox vaccination four |p «ix week before builds anti- MA* prevents the scarring. "To Bowdtorw u u» climate indelicate in it omva* torn Or.., Item* Bawdier'? "•rally" «4ttQ| of Shakespeare OPEH fRlMiY I MOHOAY (MOTS for Yew Mwimlng Cenvenieme- Hert'i • STORI-WIDB Sf BCTACULAR with "Bla-Monsy Sivlngt" In svtry d.psrfment! Th«»e- SPECIALLY SELECTED SARGAINS h«ye b«n Price- Smaihed at poiltlvs proof «f Biedsrmsni Vtlue Supremacy! But that'* n*t the whole rtoryl YOU PAY ONLY $MO MONTHLY while enjoy^g fhem In yewr Luxurious 3-Pc. Sectionol with 100% FOAM Cushion* If you wont a living room fhof It different, original and decidedly YOURS, this versatile SECTIONAL SOFA It it! 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Ohiistt a4jutt, ill 4 fold, ILOO Down Week Pbsss HO 24271 er Mill (losses BDiDBRMANS, Broadway and Plata Please send me the «ummer lt,em» ( llsted below fpr which I enclose the advertised down payment and agree to pay terms as stated. Please add a small budget chhrge. Qnuttty \ Item " "* * " * Price Name ... Address . City Employer .... State ., How long? • a Check . a C.O.D. o Reopen Acct. yr, pd. out IS— , O Add to Acct. NO. ——— a New Account Coppertoiw Hood Formica Top Cutting Board Rolls on Wheels Elevator (or Grille 24" Bar-B-Q and Rotisserie Oemploto 12-po. tit inolwdoi trill, motor, spit, biri and I Cbot's Tooli tor a low, law gfl •• J M $1.0* Down 91.00 Week 2 1 2-H.P, Impulsi Starter Power Mower Hwtrful Mtvtr, lif 20" Out * with t i)Nttr ibHtii, rivir- llklilniidli, MiMiilirPioni, •if, 8-Foot Aluminum FOOL »**w*a»»»iw»*»w»w ^^ *^ p "5S.!r.T T™ w s the highest award alt DUfeU. member cart MiM Ahrling ranked ffttrt i lastlcally in teh CartoWtBt rnuqtty High Schori class of this year and (HcpefKlabJc fiujiiiwr ami many graufw. Among Mf 4. T * • ^^ •* achievements, she was ol th« Girls'Athletic secretary of the CariinvUM ter of the fHA, and wa> ed to McCalls'Teen Fashion 1 In her senior year. ^^ A year ago Sharon Sumeter Sheila Nixon were the first from the Catllnvilte area to ceive this honor. Miss Ahrling «T becomes the third. Mrs, Edmom is advisor of the k»al cfilpter. Miss Ahrllflg wl|l eflttr the V+ versity of minpU tb)» lidl and will major fit hem* ecomtaief to prepare herself, faf teaching in OH field. , New Technique Restores Sight To Blind BV GLORIA BALL Science Service Writer MIAMI BEACH - A method for restoring sight to the blind and nearly blind was described to the American Medical Assn. here. .. The operation consists of implanting/a pkstlc disc, about five millimeters in diameter, in the front chttMber ot the. eye, between the eyeball covering and the iris. It is, in effect, something of a substitute lens placed inside the eye, rather than out* side like a contact lens. Because the technique is not yet used in the United States, Dr. Benedetto Strampelli of Italy and Dr. Ddvid P. Choyce ol England were asked,to report their experience with the technique to American doctors. Dr. Strampelli, who began using the technique hi 1953, said his surgical procedure 'was to cut away a tiny part of the iris and then sew the "lens" in place, by hooking fine threads to the lens supports, attached at top and bottom. The operation is somewhat like hanging a round picture at the eye's front. The original, and still most frequent, use for ; the method .is in persons born without eye lenses, a condition ' known as aphakia. * . "•; Dr. Choyce, .a consultant ophthalmic r surgeon v to London area hospitals, said that in the first 200 of the 250 cases he hat treated since 1958, six have been failures resulting hi loss of the eye. Some, patients wprfe given near-normal vision white'others benefited by being able to perceive light and darkness, The second 100 cases showed better results than the first. Dr. Choyce said he now has a better idea which ases will respond favorably and is selecting accordingly. He has also unproved the surgical techniques. "Implants" as Dr. Choyce prefers to call the discs, have.beeii successful in cases otNw than apbakia. An 18-year-old who bad cataracts removed'toom both eyes as an infant was blind and had learned braille, but with implants hi both eyes he can now read and write normally. Similar procedure has proved effective for elderly patients with cataracts in both eyes. In another case a nine-year- old girl was becoming progressively nearsighted. Family history indicated she would be blind before age 30. Implants in both eyes allowed* her to continue school. Whether blindness was halted or merely slowed remains to be seen. * The disc has been used to protect the Ms from sargica! scratching during operations to replace badly fogged or scratched eye-covering. When Qw covering is heated the implant is removed. Alton American physicians do not use the implant at present, they have been aware of it tar somt ttaM, Several have written Dtv Cbayce and ftramptUi to suggest new y«es. Both doctors cftutionned againrt ownwerking the implant became ms tech- nkju* Is still ter tram, perfeet and should bj used to onjy on* eye if possible. 1 SMI 14) 11.90 Down Week II" lM|. bllel Ml fllldli.

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