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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 22, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePoge 24 the stars and stripes Mondoy january 22 Miami bandits get $150,000 in jewelry from Page it thei eyes before fleeing fro suite 803 overlooking the Ocean. Police said the women were unhurt but were placed under sedation after the robbery. was described by her husband As a heart patient. It was the second consecutive Day that masked robbers staged Well planned holdups in Miami each. Friday two bandits broke into the Home of or. And mrs. Samuel Goldstein and were waiting for them when they returned from an Outing. The victims were tied with drapery Cord and tape was placed Over their eyes and Mouths. The robbers took a rare coi collection valued at $1,500 and 1200 in Cash. Police said the men who robbed the Lieberbaum s Satur Day were dressed in suits Bulmore baseball Caps Low Over their eyes. Police said mrs. Lieberbaum managed to Peel the adhesive tape from her eyes about 30minutes after the men fled and finally attracted the attention Ofa Bellboy at the hotel. Police said the at Cedarhurst Long Island. The two bandits were hiding in the room waiting for the women when they returned from an Outing. Rocky s Stock up9 Gallup poll new York a a. Rockefeller of new York has dramatically in creased his popularity among Republican voters but former vice president Richard m. Nix on remains the Choice of part members for the. Presidential nomination the Gallup poll re ported sunday. Rockefeller who was the Choice of 15 per cent of the re publicans in the last sampling made in november increased his share to 27 per cent in the latest poll. Nixon stayed steady at 42 per cent but in a test run against pret ident Johnson the new York governor ran strongest of the top four gop contenders. But none of the four Nixon Rockefeller Michigan gov. George Romney and California Reagan could defeat the president if the election were held now the poll says. In the test of Republican voters Nixon s 42 per cent and Rockefeller s 27 per cent were followed by Romney a 11 percent and Reagan s 8 per cent. Reagan who had 13 per Centin november showed the Sharp est drop. Romney Slid two percentage Points from his novem Ber figure of the test election Johnson climbed by at least six percent age Points Over his november showing. He had 46 per cent of the vote against Rockefeller s 40 com pared to Rockefeller s 54-40 no vember Edge. The president led Nixon per cent to 39 per cent led 49-39 in november Johnson led Romney cent to 31 per cent and a 55 per cent to 33. Two �28ago, both had Small Edge?3j Rockefeller s Appeal to Pendents also improved a the last similar poll. He i tied 27-27 with Nixon Sho 2&-21 Lead in november a voters sampled who said there independents. Y crash Landing a four engined Turk ish airlines dc7 rests in a Meadow after crash Landing at Munich s Riem Airport Laos radar bugs reds on to Trail continued from Page u meanwhile neither confirmed nor denied the plans for the warning system. We have nothing to add to what we have said previously about efforts to impede infiltration into South Vietnam the spokesman said. When Mcnamara announce the Early warning zone across the top of South Vietnam remade no mention of any Exten Sion across Laos. In fact he elaborated Little about its operation and is equally As anxious to keep secret the Fine Points of the new Monitor ing system. The laotian Barrier the Post said actually will consist of elaborate mechanical Gadget that will Ive warning to per sons Miles away so that u s fighter bombers can Fly in an try to Stop them. Sunday. None of the 40 passengers or Crew was injured when the front wheel of the plane broke when it touched Down and the aircraft skidded along the runway an got stuck in a Meadow. The plane was on a flight from Frankfurt. A photo weather Tiu Udy and Haiy. With morn no fog. Little change trend by. Frankfurt High 3-t, Low 28. Temperature recorded us Runny get 4 4 m pin 4� so Ainna cd 44 43 Atheni r m -48 , p 17 3d Lerlin cd 17 32 Frankfurt p 41 so Madrid p 4 4 Nin pm 41 41 London cd 28 30 Munich cd 34 41 Parli p 45 43 Prei Tolck cd 45 57 Rome p 4ft 02 wheel i r cd Cloudy p partly Cloudy or in. 2nd weather Wing fantastic Galaxy kills Mike Kasperak continued from Page other possible heart recipients and the medical Community As Well. Or. Kasperak was a Termi Nal patient who had Only 15 Days of life after transplant but what should be emphasized is that during this time he survived fantastic Galaxy of complications which we have seen be fore in other heart patients but never in such think that because of his cardiac action he was Able to survive renal kidney and liver failures and then following this three major operations done during the time his circulation was moved by the transplanted heart. Some Hope this gives us some Hope Andis in fact an encouraging item. We feel that any one of these complications would have been lethal had it not been for the cardiac As to the precise cause of death Shumway continued i think the turning Point came wit the Haemorrhage from the stomach last was in a chair breathing without artificial respiration and doing Well until the final episodes of massive Hemorrhagic from the stomach which required two mrs. White s heart was functioning extremely Well or. Shumway said. No detriment whatever he said was observed by disparity of the transplanted heart was Only one third As Large As Kas Perak s own heart which was enlarged by disease. Hers was Small almost child size said. Will the Stanford team try an other transplant the surgeon answered with a provisional yes depending entirely on a postmortem examination of or. if they find As they expect to no sign of rejection of the heart by Kasperak s body then we feel we have the basis for another attempt he explained. He reported that doctors used very Small amounts of Jimmu no suppressive mrs. White died of a brain Haemorrhage Jan. 6, shortly be fore her heart was transplanted to Kasperak s Chest. Shortly after his death doctors had said Kasperak died after his late sports Jacksonville Fla. Up quarterback Joe Namath of the new York jets passed Forone touchdown and scored an other in the final six minute sunday to carry the underdog East to a 25-24 Victory Over the West in the american football league All Star game. Atlantic City. . Him h a i in y it my erasures sunday Murli Ilard decomposition of millions of clams washed up on24 nukes of Southern new Jersey resort beaches. High tides Friday swept another layer of Gray shellfish onto the millions of Clum already piled knee deep on beaches because of rough at up clams plague . I i in i. Lactic Waters and High tides. About 30 workmen using bulldog ers shovels and trucks cleared away most of the drying clams saturday from Atlantic City. Forty seven truckloads were hauled away Friday and dumped. Strollers along the City s famed Board walk said they sniffed Only Flint doors from the clams. But other South Jersey resorts had Only scratched the surface of the acres of clams stretching along the Sand As far As the Eye can see. Beachfront concessionaire feared the warm sunlight beating Down from Clear skies and temperature in the High 40swould soon and up a stench and drive away business. Condition deteriorated suddenly due to an overwhelming blood it was the third heart trans Plant performed in the United states and the third to fail the first unsuccessful trans Plant occurred in new York where doctors implanted another infant s heart into a baby who died six hours after surgery. The second failure occurred inthe same Hospital Maimonides medical Center in Brooklyn when Louis Block 57, died one Day after a Young woman s heart was inserted into his Chest. The world s other two trans plants were performed in Cape town by a team led by Barnard. Of those one Man , whose condition has progressed so Well that the Hospital has ceased issuing bulletins on him. Man s first heart transplant patient Louis Rashkansky died 18 Days after the operation Butof pneumonia and not heart failure. Kasperak s heart had functioned Well throughout the 15 Days he lived with it but his body was tormented by liver and spleen troubles and massive internal bleeding. Meanwhile in Cape Tow Blaiberg who has lived for 19 Days with another Man s heart made plans for a Champagne party when he leaves the hos Pital. Blaiberg became the world longest lived heart transplant patient saturday when he survived More than the 18 Days lived by the first Case has an appetite like a horse mrs. Eileen Blaiber said sunday. I almost fell Over yesterday when 1 saw what head for lunch pumpkin cantos Yam Beans potatoes Mutton and Chicken followed by Jelly and custard and canned said her husband was making plans for a Champagne party for his doctors and nurses when he eventually leaves t h a Hospital. Meanwhile Blaiberg s Daugh later Jill met heart transplant surgeon or. Christian Barnard Ifor the first time and com lamented gosh what a heart throb much better than Blaiberg will return Tol Haifa Israel on wednesday to continue her hebrew studies. Barnard saturday night addressing a meeting in Cape i town called on South Africa Slegal profession to solve the Many problems which h a v Ela risen As a result of the develop-1 ment of Organ transplants. 1"the whole world is looking to South Africa for guidance he said. The Legal profession must accept this responsibility an also guide South Africa s doctors and protect them where Neces sary. It is imperative that a Clear definition of death be junket. Continued from Paije u Johnson s recent Call for a Banon foreign travel told Ful Bright he will help the presi Dent of the United states and you will be doing the taxpayers magnificent service by de-1 daring that sen. Clark should pay for his own Moon just As All other Rice sprinkled couples Are required to pay for their and Clark have been at Odds since the 1961 Pri Mary election when Clark opposed Musmanno s bid pm in u. S. Senate. Hussein to visit Pakistan Amman Jordan a King Hussein of Jordan will pay a one week state visit to Pakistan be ginning Jan. 28. At the invitation of president Mohammed Ayuso Khan

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