European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jul 9 1968, Page 1

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - July 9, 1968, Darmstadt, Hesse\ insect smitten Firul Kitten halkigi1, . A there Are some mosquitoes like men that Are attracted to women. Or. Kenneth l. Knight new head of the entomology department of North Carolina state University says research studies have shown that oestrogen Hor Mone in women lures some mosquitoes. I d say there Are some pretty mosquitoes he said in an interview. We have one species in the Southeast a very Large one that has iridescent blues and greens and is pretty under the Knight pointed out that mosquitoes Breed in some Peculiar places. For example he said one of the insects in Thailand Breeds Only in the water which collects in the footprint of an elephant. The stars and stripes unofficial newspaper of . Forces in Europe North Africa and the Middle East vol. 27, no. 82 if 21855 a 5 daily 10 sunday tuesday july 9, 1968 Blaiberg rallying physicians report 1115 big squeeze tube or not tube a Young lady playfully giant tube made of aluminium and dubbed Emana exhibit at an Arl show in Duisburg Germany. Aps lion i on Cape town South Africa up heart transplant patient Philip Blaiberg object of All night emergency treatment saturday has made a marked recovery with the Aid of anti rejection drugs doctors said is a Miracle. He is much better Blaiberg s wife Eileen said. He is even asking for Steak and eggs now daughter Jill added. Heart transplant Pioneer Chris Tian Barnard stayed overnight saturday with Blaiberg the world s longest surviving heart recipient after saying he would definitely attempt to give the retired dentist a second trans planted heart should he find a suitable groote Schuur Hospital re ported sunday that Blaiberg condition had begun to improve after causing serious concern saturday evening. Barnard said monday that hews very pleased about his patient s condition after treatment with anti Lymphocyte serum which combats excessive Whit blood corpuscles the body s natural defense against All foreign bodies including a trans planted has the will to live again Barnard has lost the symptoms indicating his heart was not fun front. On Page 24, col 5 civilian Job reductions re studied by Fred s. Hoffman Asl Langton a the Ense department under Rong pressure to slash spend a is working on plans that uld trim More than 150,000ibs from its civilian payroll. Budgeting officials estimate is could save slightly in o r e fan $1 billion a Liat is about a third of the n that Pentagon officials sex they will have to slice from use spending this boo keep year in response to Cong res Ial orders. Hut the Pentagon has been i no time limit for cutting civilian work Force now to big some 1.2 million men and men in virtually every state1 overseas. Presumably the process nil extend into the next fiscal far. There Are no indications of Cunt on j u0e so col s boxes full at Senate Hearin Washington a suit cases and boxes stuffed with petitions for strict gun control were carted into a Senate hear ing monday while a House com Mittee prepared to act on a sweeping proposal to ban mail order sales of All were told the petitions carried More than one Mil lion signatures. Weather y Cloudy and warm. Little Chanis Iii , fran must Heidelberg h i 3 h Low 55, Tuini Orturo recorded in tet 4 44 am Iii we Aitiana p 6� 00 Madrid p at a p 64 84 Munich p a Aviano p 57 73 parti. I 7j Herlin p 48 66 Prev w 77 Hrank tort p 6 84 rom to 0 London p 70 88 . P partly Cloudy. 2nd Woal Hor Wing with both wings of Congress at work on the gun control measures a Bill is expected to emerge from the House this week. But there is still doubt As to whether a stricter Law can be sent to the White House be fore Congress goes Home next month. A proposed ban on mail sales of rifles shotguns and ammunition was pending before the House rules committee while the Senate juvenile delinquency subcommittee conducted lie Uings on a wide Range of gun control me i intros. J four members of the rules j committee indicated they sex i poet Tho Senate to try to add registration of firearms to thu thousands Koach Cor his hand Liu cheered tit end of americas Taur by Frank Swob Dasan Salvador up presi Dent Johnson turned toward Home monday from a Central american tour with cheers that brought him bouncing out of his bulletproof few in Tho crowds of Al Salvador tossed eggs paint an curses of Johnson but tens of thousands of Citi Zens of this tiny Coffee producing nation including women in rags poured into Tho streets an reached out for a touch of John son s the official part of a first . Presidential trip to Central America Johnson told the presi dents of Al Salvador Nicaragua Costa Rica Honduras and Guatemala sunday Light our meet ing has Boon fruitful because it has been he prom ised an american loan of $65 Mil lion for development and Educa Tion and lauded their economic cooperation. The six nation Summit had gone so Well that Johnson shocked All their Security forces by announcing he was flying the presidents Home capital by capital in his air Force one in route to the ranch in s plane was scheduled to take Home nicaraguan presi Dent Anastasio Somoza to Mana Gua. Costa Riean president Joa Quin Trejos Fernandez to san Jose honduran president of Waldo Lopez Arellano to san Pedro Sula and Guatemala president Julio Cesar Mendez Montenegro to Guatemala was not the leaders but the people whom Johnson recalled when tolling a Friend these Are wonderful people. You can see it in their eyes and Cost of Piltti col. S mail sales ban after it clears the House. The congressmen questioned rep. Emanuel caller d-n.y., the judiciary committee chair Man who would head the House portion of any conference group on whether he would accept registration. Celler said he favored it but would not want to jeopardize the ban on mail gun sales. Ally. Gen. Ramsey Clark told the Senate subcommittee therein no basis for f e a r s by of related Story Page 4 ponets of gun controls that registration will Load eventually to confiscation of All private Wea Pons. But he warned hostility to firearms will build and build unless Congress acts now to pro vide strict controls. Sen. Roman l. Hruska a neb. Predicted registration of weapons and licensing of own ers will not be effective in pre venting crime and Hruska said the Public could become disillusioned with the controls leading to outcries of abolition of Pri vate arms ownership. James a Bennett president of the National Council for a responsible firearms policy testified before the Senate panel of a l. I

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