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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - April 22, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseMonday april 22, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 23 abortions in Britain for social reasons to become Legal free the Fleet s in the five vessel nato Flo Tilla sails into new York Harbor. From front the ships Are the British frigate Brighton the dutch destroyer Holland the Canadian destroyer Gatineau the -. Destroyer Holder and the West German frigate Koeln. A photo chlorine fells 131 in Florida St. Augustine Fla. Up a one ton tank of deadly chlorine Gas burst a seam saturday inthe City water Plant next to a crowded supermarket sending131 people to a Hospital. The Gas spread through the Market s air conditioning. There were no fatalities but Hospital administrator Claude weeks said 30 persons we readmitted for further treatment and two patients Are off area All available Law enforcement officers and reserves along with a number of National guards men sealed off a six Block area and evacuated the fallen Severy ambulance in the county and police station wagons we repressed into service As Emer gency vehicles. Many of the officers who worked without Gas masks were also stricken by the awful smelling g As said patrolman Onald Janson. Bobby Jones Public work coordinator for the nation s oldest City said the 2-by-10-foot cd under ruptured for no apparent sniper in kills woman new York up a 17-year-old youth was arrested Early saturday As the sniper who Shota Young Secretary to death in a Brooklyn playground where shews talking with her sister and some said Michael Ken Nedy was arrested at his Home just Down the Street from the apartment where the victim mrs. Theresa Wulf 20, lived with her family. They said the knew of no motive for the killing. Mrs. Wulf Mother of a 2-year-old girl died Friday night when she was hit in the Back of the head by a Rifle Bullet As she sat on a slide on the playground of the East new York vocational High charge Kennedy was charged with homicide and held for arraign ment in Brooklyn criminal . Wulf separated from her husband for about a year an working As a Secretary for a Manhattan drapery firm was chatting with her sister Cathe Rine 14, Jospeh perretto 18, and Michael Ostelio 16, about 9 30 . When the shot was fired from a Grassy area across the Street. Witnesses told police they Sawa Man carrying a Rifle a few minutes earlier and that a band of youths fled the Grassy area overlooking the playground after the shot was fired. Police found a Cartridge froma High powered Rifle nearby. London a after years of protest argument and Mara Thon debates in parliament abortions for social reasons will become Legal in Britain and free of charge under a new Law that goes into Force saturday. Doctors report that pregnant women Are already jamming some British clinics. Medical authorities wonder whether the overstrained National health service will be Able to Cope with the Catholic doctors and nurses have threatened to fight the Law. Sir John Peel presi Dent of the Royal College of obstetricians and gynaecologists and Queen Elizabeth s obstetrician says we have a built in dislike for doing this powerful British medical association Bra is advising its 67,000 members to refuse to follow the Law in full. Wide support but to Many an unwed Mother or harried housewife burdened by overcrowded housing anther husband s slender pay the abortion act is a great opinion polls show an overwhelming majority of britons favor the Law. Medical circles Are unwilling to venture a guess on How much the Law May swell the British abortion rate. A sociologist at Hull University Esti mates 100,000 to 150,000 abortions already Are being per formed every year in Britain most of them since the court Case of four members of the elite guards regiment who raped and impregnated a 14-year-Oldgirl in 1938, abortions have been permitted Here if the prospective Mother s mental or physical health was considered endanger. Doctors often Send patients Toa psychiatrist after coaching them to say they Are desperate enough to commit suicide. The psychiatrist recommends a abortion and the doctor per forms it under Only a slight risk of prosecution. The new act amends expand Sand clarifies the old Law. It is aimed not at these doctors butt putting the illegal Back Alley abortion factories out of Busi Ness. Under the Law pregnancies can be terminated free by the state s health service if the Hospital involved agrees to per form the operation. Some have indicated they will not. The Law allows an abortion i two qualified doctors agree a woman s physical or mental health is in danger or if a substantial risk exists that he child would be born deformed or handicapped. Factors weighed it also permits the abortion if two doctors agree that the woman s existing children would be unduly affected by an addition to the family. In Addi Tion it permits the consulting doctors to weigh the Circum stances under which she lives or May live later including factors As poverty or Large these two provisions recalled the Law s social clause the clause has been attacked by doctors clergymen and Mem Bers of parliament. The Mahas urged its members not to perform social abortions arguing they violate respect for human life. Whether the doctors will Fol Low the Bra s ruling remains to be seen. If not said on woman gynaecologist the preg Nant teen Ager and the 40-year-old Middle class Mother who Are in no physical or mental danger May find that things have changed very India Wolf emf found 14 years ago Lucknow India a harm the Wolf boy thought 1� Nave been raised by wild has h1 the Indian Jungle until a was Between 10 and 12 years led Here saturday. Up Wolf by was found 14 w ii in gun the for of the a Iii room of a Lucknow rail Chi Ostia Ion and was taken to Aito Pilu 1 with respiratory and or diseases. When found he ran Only Nimal cries and ruin not , Towe i Alk ate � a meat Teeth. Snatched with Hiram Wolf boy brought up by a Wolf in a narrow Cave explaining they said his cramped legs and arms. They presented three arguments to support their Case his voice resembled the howling of wolves he relished nothing better than run meat he chuckled in the presence of an alsatian dog which resembles a the psychologists declared that Ramu was nothing More than an imbecile perhaps a polio victim used by some local beggar to help with will be an autopsy which May help Settle the ques Tion. A re is wac la. M. His Honor fires away dressed in Mili tary garb Dehlendorf mayor Hans Joachim Schnitzer h is a machine gun at is one of six Berlin sector mayors visiting the training Center. Giving pointers in the Fine Art of machine gun technique Are sets. Philip Goff left and James Collins of the . Ber Lin brigade s c Btry 94th arty. At right is it. Frank dressier who is an interpreter with the brigade. Is photo by Dixon

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