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Winona Daily News (Newspaper) - January 2, 1968, Winona, Minnesota Barnard Performs Second Transplant Dentist Is Given Heart Of Mulatto CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) Christian N. Bar- nard and a team of surgeons performed another successful heart transplant today, replac- ing the damaged heart of a 58- year-old Cape Town dentist with that of a man who collapsed and died from a brain hemorrhage. Greats Schuur Hospital an- nounced the transplant took more than five hours and termed it successful. They said the patient's condition was sat- isfactory. Barnard performed the world's first human heart trans- plant Dec. 3 on Louis Washkan- sky, 53, who lived 18 days with the new heart before dying of pneumonia. The hospital said Dr. Phili Blaiberg, a man "desperate! ill" with a damaged heart, r nM a" Dunreith. A motorist, William [spokesman said. "How it Wi" of Cambridge City, said he changed, we don't know." A westbound Pennsylvania came one hour and 20 min- utes before the Red truce ex- ings, officials said. to partly cloudy, not cold. LOCAL WEATHER Official observations for the the crash and saw several i Weather certainly was a con- 24 hours ending at 12 m Mon- i fr.e'ght cars rolling down the'sideration, he said, day; ihighway toward him. cold and heavy Maximum, 8; minimum, [whipped the car into an alley'snow in some sections apparent- noon, 8; precipitation, trace. jant' Rot oul of Will said.jly kept some persons at home. ____.....o...... Official observations for the Despite heat from the burning! During the final hours of the! bombs and rockets and C47s fir- broke under the 75th ear of 24 hours ending at 12 m. today: wreckage, crewmen were a car-truck crash in ing miniguns flew support mis- Ihp 9fi.rar tram Maximum. 13; minimum, separate front portion of Chicago claimed four lives overhead before the Viet 'injured five others. j Cong pulled out. Railroad train derailed and si- deswiped an eastbound Pcnnsy 'rcight. W.R. Sheets of Zions- ville, brakeman on the west- >ound train, said he believed a The Reds reportedly threw men from the veteran 271st and 272nd regiments at a defending force of about 500 Americans manning 105mm howitzer batteries. The guerril- las were repulsed several times bcfore contact broke off at 5 a.m. American jrts attacking with jlhc 98-car train. Flames broke .._.. lout almost immediately, he; noon, 4; precipitation, trace. the westbouiid train.
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