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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 10, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseThe great blizzard of 1967-see daily Magazine cars bought abroad taxed 7% weather Cloudy and cold with occasional Little Chano thursday. Low 18. 4 Impf u Adana 57 3� Atheni p h 34 Valano p it 21 Berlin p is 21 Frankfurt p $4 London p a partly Cloudy r-ralnj2nd 4 4am Fth 30 n Madrid p.18 19 Munich p 32 89 Paris r32 37 Pratt Wick p 28 37 Roma a55 67 wha Alua p irs Anc psf ripes unofficial Cwi paper of . Forces in Europe North Africa and is old la tall vol. 26, no. 265 if 21855 a 5 doily 10 sunday wednesday january 10, 1968liver disease perils Kasperak surgeons halt severe bleeding Stanford Calif. Up the surgeons who performed America s first successful heart transplant Are fighting to prevent serious liver Dis ease from robbing the recipient of his new lease on life. According to the latest bulletin issued by Stanford University medical Center the heart that was Given to 54-year-old Mike Kasperak on saturday was fun Nev York a a hear transplant operation was per formed at the Maimonides med ical Center in Brooklyn the following Brief statement was issued by a spokesman Maimonides medical Cente confirmed today that a heart transplant operation is in Prog Ress Here. There will be no further comment at this operation began about 6 . Cut and was expected to last about six hours a Hospital source said. Toning nearly normally Andwood transfusions had halted bleeding of the Gastro intestinal tract. The bleeding was detected monday. ,.Kasperak improved slightly the bulletin said and although Nis condition remained critical he latest bulletin said there was no apparent evidence that is body would reject the new heart. Kasperak was described a awake and Alert. The bulletin tuesday quoted cant on Page 8j, col. 9 hot and cold a Schenectady n.y., fire Man looks As if he has a Marzipan backdrop As he fights an Early morning Blaze his truck Frozen solid with ice. Associated press photo most gis Are exempt from Rule from a my up dispatches Washington As of Jan. 15, most americans will have to pay a 7 per cent excise tax on cars they buy abroad and bring into the United states the internal Revenue service said Mon Day. According to irs officials however cars will be exempt from the tax if their importations for instance a . Service Man who buys a foreign car abroad uses it during his tour of duty overseas and then brings it Back to the United state would not have to pay the tax. In his Case the car would reconsidered part of his household goods which Are , a . Soldier who buys a car abroad after he has been notified of his impending return to the United states Wouldhave to pay. Of 110,280 cars licensed by Theu Sarteur Provost marshal to . Forces Drivers almost 80per cent or 65,395, Are foreign made. Of these 37,727 Are Volkswagen. At least 2 years if a . Resident has been employed overseas for at Leas two years and bought a foreign car shortly after his arrival Athis foreign Post he May bring the car Back without payment of the tax the new York times ruling did not specify How soon after his arrival Oversea she must buy the car. The ruling made Plain How Ever that the Long term overseas resident could not escape the Tabby buying the foreign car shortly before his return to the unite states and after he knew that to was to return the times those affected will to tourists who buy a car at the beginning of a trip abroad for delivery there with the intention of bringing it Home at the end of the now the 7 per cent manufacturer s excise tax had Tobe paid Only on cars purchased in this country. Foreign Bough cars were subject to Tariff duty but free from the excise tax. Inthe future both Tariff duty and cont. On Page so col. K 13 die in flaming Brooklyn tenement if cd a Vorva it Lawu Kam jaw �n3 o m.4u 4. A a my i ii a 4t%j\ Knill Lerv air i to Tii Inta twin int not firn Ywin / in. To Igor ii girl fort Roll Natl n York a flames raced through a Brooklyn Tene h in Lle predawn hour Day forcing scores of persons Bel a Zero cold and13 Dea

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