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Makes 9 muffins. 214 Inches In diameter, or 12 small muffins. GOOD WILL OFFER Simplified Surgical Technique For Aiding Mentally III Reported By Thomas R. Henry Sci*nc* Editor of Tho Star. A simple but radical surgical op eration which severs part of the bridge between man’s new and old brains and essentially cuts the hu man mind free from the nature of seif concern was reported to the American Psychiatric Association meeting here today. At the same meetings. Dr. George S. Stevenson was elected president for 1949-50. Dr. Stevenson, medical director of the National Committee of Mental Hygiene of New York, will take of fice next spring, succeeding Dr William C. Menninger of Topeka. Kans., who becomes president at the association's 104th meeting here this week. , The brain operation was de scribed as a slash with a steel in strument into the front of the brain, made by inserting the instrument between the eyeball and the eyelid and driving it through a thin wall of skull. Dr. Walter Freeman, professor of neurology at George Washington University, reported he cuts a con siderable portion of the nerve path ways between the thalamus and the prefrontal lobes of the cerebral cortex. Requires About 10 Minutes. The operation requires about 10 minutes. The George Washington brain surgeon already has approximately 100 eases in his records. There have been no fatalities. Some important improvements in mental and emo tional conditions have been achieved. The great value of the procedure, Dr. Freeman says, is that it can be carried out by any competent psychiatrist with hardly any special equipment. This type of brain surgery ap parently is adapted to a variety of conditions. It seems to work well in early cases of Schizophrenia, or "soul splitting,” the most devas tating mental disease of the modern world, but is essentially useless in advanced cases. Wallace Would Visit Stalin if Sure Peace Would Be Advanced By th« Asfcociattd Proii SAN DIEGO, Calif., May 20.—If it would help the cause of peace, Henry A. Wallace would visit Prime Minister Stalin. i Replying to a question from the audience at his speech here last night, the third party presidential candidate declared: "If I was confident that by going to Moscow and talking to Stalin the cause of peace would be for warded, I certainly would go.” Disputing a State Department view that it cannot enter negotia tions on world issues with Russia, he cited Article 33 of the United1 Nations Charter. The article provides that "parties to any dispute which threatens strife or endangers the peace of the world shall first of all seek solu tion by negotiations.” "I wonder,” said Mr. Wallace, "if Secretary Marshall is fully aware of Article 33.” About 2,000 persons heard the former Vice President. Union Assails Wallace s 'Totalitarian' Compromise NEW YORK, May 20 (/P).—The AFL Hatters' Union says Henry A. Wallace is “willing to compromise with totalitarian principles and governments in order to advance his own political fortunes.” A resolution advising Mr. Wal lace to withdraw from his third party presidential “adventure” was adopted overwhelmingly yesterday at the sixth biennial convention of the United Hatters, Cap and Mil linery Workers International Union. The delegates voted down pro V'allace resolutions offered by Local 8 of New York and Local 22 of Los Angeles. The anti-Wallace resolution said he allowed himself to be used as "bait for a political trap set by the Communist Party." All locals of the 40.000-member union were urged to “expose the false character of the Wallace movement.”' Farmers in Italy are protesting against the law compelling them to hire unneeded help to reduce a sur-; olus of farm labor. 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Included also are hshini stories and sea loro of interest to the menfolks! Send (or your frtt Copy by writing name and address plainly oa postcard. Address to: Star-Kist Tui^ Ter. mioal Island, Cali(ornia, DepirtmentBf, ' It also relieves cases of prolonged “anxiety," such as used to be called nervous breakdowns. Several of Dr. Freeman’s patient’s have been over worked businessmen. It works best, Dr. Freeman said, on women who become depressed during the change of life period. . Differs in Techinique Only. The operation differs in technique rather than principle from brain surgery of the past. About 10 years j ago Dr. Freeman and Dr. James W. Watts, also of the George Wash ington faculty, first introduced in the United States the radical pro cedure of "frontal loootonfi’”—bor ing two holes through the skull into the front of the brain as a treat ment for extreme emotional insta bility. This operation since has been' carried out all over the world. There have been at least 4,000 cases in; the United States and about as many in England. Its effects have been vigorously, sometimes acrimo niously, debated among brain, sur geons and psychiatrists. The death rate has been very low. The fact remains that it can be performed only by skilled surgeons with spe cial instruments. Also some cases have resulted in serious personality deterioration. New Method Simpler. The new operation is simpler and avoids these handicaps. The eye sockets are natural road ways Into the brain. A specially constructed sharp instrument pushed upward at an appropriate WHEN RECIPES SAY <0 IT HUMS , hi rt»« bandy, poar-spoof 2 17° at SAFEWAY I angle strikes a thin wall of bone, the thinnest part of the skull. It can be pushed through this wall with a few strokes of a surgeon’s hammer. Its blade then is in the precise area of the brain’s gray matter traversed by nerve paths from the thalamus to areas 9 and 10 of the prefrontal cerebral cortex, the recently determined sites of imagination. The patient is first made un conscious by an electric current passed through the brain from electrodes fastened to the skull. Recovery Rapid. * Recovery is very rapid. With a half hour the patient is wide awake with no memory of what has hap pened. Dr. Freeman has seldom observed any untoward after-effects such as sometimes followed the frontal lobotomy operation. The new operation is known as “trans-orbital lobotomy.” Dr. Free man recommends it only for cases which have proved resistant to other kinds of psychiatric treatment, such as a series of convulsive electric shocks. The election, in which Dr. Stev ens defeated Dr. C. Charles Burlin game of Hartford, Conn., involved the issue of lobotomy versus other types of treatment. Dr. Dexter F. 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A grand no-work dinner for 3—for 45« or lees. ntooucT or amwcan nomi poom % m rn-mn ^sr ville, Md., and some other members objected to the submission of only Dr. Burlingame’s name by the Nom inating Committee. Dr. Bullard nominated Dr. Stevenson. Object to 8 orrery. Dr. Bullard said he and some oth ers also objected because he said Dr. Burlingame “has a leaning toward psychosurgery and lobotomy.” Dr. Karl Bowman of San Fran i cisco told the members that he thought Dr. Bullard's latter remark “was a highly Improper remark to be made in this association." Dr. Burlingame told a reporter: “I happen to believe in applying all forms of therapy (for the treat ment of mental disorders!, includ ing physical medicines. But out of honest difference of opinion comes progress.” Heartburn MalHMnWb|«iM«bk *££*■**** £*!*«*« W Ow w* m TREATS/ ALUM MMtS! • Double-good news for baby's menus! Only selected Artrtour Beef, Veal or Liver goes into every can of Gerber’s Meats. 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