European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Dec 9 1967, Page 1

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - December 9, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseA Way to get involved they gave a �sw,.-. A is. A. a Motife. Pm. " Chi Mowll . Adit Jtj thought, turn i our sorrow into somebody else s Hope said a 40-year old Man As lie told about deciding to give the heart of his dying son to another baby to Brooklyn . The Hospital had sent out telegrams about the baby thai was dying. We thought it was i Ivy o got de. People these Days. Seem to hesitate about helping others Keit Bashaw a Cherry Hill. 1v.i., lawyer said wednesday night., we thought it be could con tribute to somebody else happiness turn our own sorrow into gladness. Think we Bashaw and his wife Celeste 31 Piave two other Chil Dren Sage i and s. Their to child Litas born monday i Philadelphia Hospital try Aca Sarian delivery and suf tired severe brain said it was Inezk table he would die As he did wednesday m o r n i n g. The heart was transplanted into a2week-old infant but that Iii til Ithyl half vision said Bashaw. We ,. About it but1 then decided it was Tai right thing to do. I m sorry it did to i a. _ ,�it.- did it. / wherty along the inte5 some thing must have been Learned unofficial new Pap a of . Forto in Europe North Africa and Tho a Eddlo eco vol. 26, no. 235 if 21855 a saturday do mar 9, 1967 5f Dally 10 sunday d 400 greeks evacuate Das Cyprus exit starts to Griffin Ace a5 i i / 34,000 sailors will get out Early by Fred s. Hoffman Washington a the Navy announced Friday it will discharge about 34,000 enlisted men about one or two month before their Normal hitches expire. It said the Early discharges will result in some savings i payroll no figures were Given in the announcement but sources said about $18.3 million will behaved. The Pentagon is trying to Cut spending and avoid a big supplemental Money request to Congress Early next Early releases will begin this month and extend into february. The Navy said enlisted Vendue to be discharged in january and february will be released by dec. 18, a week before Christmas. Those men scheduled for Dis charge next March or april will be released two months Early in january and february res Early release program does not apply to men serving i Vietnam aboard the 7th Fleet in Waters off Vietnam and Asia Orin the 6th Fleet which roams the excluded were men in 15 special skill ratings which rein Short Supply in the Navy. The Navy said the Early Dis charges will have no effect on the Navy s reaching its planned strength of about 762,000 by june 30. According to the mos recent report the Navy is about 15,000 below that the affected Navy enlisted men would have been out of the service by april in any Case their Early discharge Wouldhave no Impact on strength lev Els at the end of the fiscal Levels will be achieved through voluntary new development came to Light thursday shortly after the cont. On Page 2 col so or. Stun asks peace carps Washington a the peace corps said Friday that Samuel h. Sheppard Clevelan Osteopath who served 10 years in prison but later was acquitted of second degree murder charges in the death of his first wife has volunteered for duty. A spokesman for the corps said the application was received late last week and is being processed. This normally requires about eight weeks. Sheppard did not limit his application to Volunteer work in his professional Field the spokes Man said. The supreme court ordered anew trial for Sheppard after he had served 10 years. The court said there was prejudicial publicity and a carnival Atmos phere at the first trial. In the second trial he was acquitted. Peace corps representative said that insofar As they know his acquittal has restored All of Sheppard s civil rights and that legally he would be eligible for peace corps work. Sheppard s first wife Marilyn was bludgeoned to death july 4, 1954. His second wife ariane Cameto the United states from Ger Many to help in his efforts to upset his conviction and she married him the Day after his release. He gave his address As duis Berg West Germany but recently he was quoted As saying he intended to begin life anew on the French Riviera

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