European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 22 1968, Page 1

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 22, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseFantastic galaxy7 kills Kasperak getting the jump All candidates have gimmicks but gov George Romney started his Wisconsin presidential Cam Dacin with a first he ran a mile with a physical fitness group at the Milwaukee Central Myca then put in some time shooting baskets he is the front runner Here but not in the latest Gallup poll of gop voters Story on Page 24. A junket just honeymoon judge Pittsburgh up Penn Sylvania supreme court jus Tice Michael a. Musmann charged saturday that sen Joseph s. Clark under the Guise of an inspection trip was Tak a honeymoon at taxpayers expense. Musmanno in a letter to , William Fulbright d-ark., chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee asked that Lark be required to pay from his own funds for a far Eastern trip. Clark and his new wife Are i Vietnam. He has stated that he is pay ing for his wife s expenses but Why should t he pay for disown As Well Musmanno asked the fact of the matter is that sen. Clark is i would suppose he is getting As much pleasure out of i mme Moon As is his wife so should we taxpayers pick up the Bill the Jurist citing presiden cont. On Page 84, col. 5 Miami bandits get $150,000 in jewelry jewels of 150 000 died in 15th Day after transplant Stanford Calif. A Mike Kasperak died sunday finally succumbing to a fan attic Galaxy of complications which doctors Clear up following implanting of a housewife s learn in his Chest 15 Days . Norman e. Shumway who headed the heart transplant team the night of Jan. 6, was at Kasperak s bedside when the re tired Steelworker died at 1 43 , 54, who received the heart of Virginia White 43,was the fourth person in history to have a diseased heart re placed. The third still lives. He i Philip Blaiberg of Cape town South Africa who was reported doing Well in his 20th Day. Haggard and unhappy or. Shumway looking hag Gard and unhappy told a news conference at Stanford University medical Center we Don t have enough information at this time to decide whether there was any element of Success Inthis obviously or. Shumway said from the Point of View of the patient there was no when a patient leaves the Hospital can any procedure be called a Success he said. We think that we Are in the process of making observations of tremendous importance to cont. On Page a col. 2 unofficial a a tap a of . Force in Lurono North Africa and Tho my Tomlo Lart vol. 26, no. 277 if 21855 a monday january 22, 1968 5i Dally 10 sunday d Laos radar bugs to Chi Minh Trail Washington a government sources confirmed sat urday reports of the installation of a combined airborne and ground warning system across Laos to Monitor enemy troop movements along the to chiming Trail. The Washington Post had re ported that such a Barrier is being installed at a Cost of some$750 million and that it is de signed to reduce the infiltration of troops from North Vietnam through Laos into South Viet Nam. The Laos Barrier would Bein addition to an electronic barbed wire Barrier announced in september by Secre tary of defense Robert s. Mcnamara for South Vietnam. Sources said the Barrier will involve planes using Side looking radar the radar having interlocking patterns As it searches from opposite sides of the infiltration routes. The radar will be supplemented by a ground system involving a variety of electronic sensors to pick up evidence of move ment of men and equipment through Laos the sources re Pentagon spokesman cont. On Page s4, col. 1 owned by and women gun drills about 180 of the women in Dearborn mich., seeking to protect their Homes to Case of riots Are taking a three session course in the use of handguns. The second from the right must have built in radar because she won t hit anything by sight. Perhaps the National Rifle association expert in charge will have some Eye opening advice. Up

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