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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 16, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 4 the stars and stripes . Ii Iii rockets rattle nerves in Saigon everyone is afraid _ � such casual precautions have become commonplace since the such reactions disclose the fear of Saigon s three million Resi by George Mcarthur pulled the drapes across his Pic Carron fall in one of Ture window that would Cui _ _ a Gupa sign a ent Dow the she ets ssh fits chinese woman sends each buildings an american Diplomat planned that Dainty a Cit with Rock. Of her children to sleep with Dif welcomed a few friends for Bridge the other they sat Down he transplant guidelines defined Geneva a a group of medical experts defined the guidelines for the Choice of Aheart donor and his state of clinical death Here Friday. The definition came from 24surgeons, immunologists neurologists and heart specialist called for a secret two Day meeting by the. Council for International organizations of medical sciences cio3visoperating under the world health organization and Enesco. The scientists unanimously approved a declaration published after the end of the meeting which said the Choice of a heart donor must be guided by the following considerations his heart must be in perfect condition at the time of removal. An immunological examination of the compatibility of donor and receiver must pre cede the transplant. The examination must re veal a state of Complete and irreversible abolishment of the donor s functions. The criteria for this Are As follows the loss of All sense of in debility of the mus halt of respire of blood pressure at the moment it is no longer maintained artificially. Absolute linear Trace in the electroencephalography. The declaration which willbe distributed among the world s medical associations says that heart transplants still Are operations of exceptional Hazard whose results Are in no Way yet it said thai at this time Aheart transplant operation could be envisaged Only for a patient suffering from a rapidly wors ening illness of the heart where there is no longer any possibility of improvement by medical treatment or by other surgical prof. Charles Dubost of the broussais Hospital in Paris was the Only participant in the con Ference who had actually con ducted a heart transplant operation. Or. Christian Barnard Pioneer of the operation who was invited had to Rush Back to the Side of or. Philip Blai Herg the world s first surviving heart transplant recipient. Group of invited British heart specialists also did not attend. Prof. Marcel Florin of Liege Belgium president of Cooms who was chairman of i lie meet ing old a news conference the main purpose of the discussions Luid been to seek ways to pre vent future excesses by surgeons who do not have the experience necessary to conduct Aheart transplant operation. Probably the safest place should rocket attack punctuate the game. a thousand Small ways Ferent relatives each night Sothey can t All be killed together. Presidential lift president Johnson carries his grandson Patrick Lyndon Nugent Down the ramp of a helicopter at Andrews air More help urged Force base. Lyn celebrates his first birthday june 21. At right is col. George Stalnaker representative of the base commander. A an old beggar who sleeps m a doorway doors. It s hotter but a pert Young a Leticia rotary asks her bos some sandbags exp have disappeared Lack Market. An. Moves his bed from the to a More sheltered whole families leave hit Frooms to sleep be Neaf around the Stree Sidt Mand in the cafes worker chants soldiers and else discuss rockets. Everyone is afraid Ati Wardly impassive old Man a somehow the reset Fillmore depressing than or the Viet Cong attacks 1city in february and l than it was during the fighting that has spot taken place since then. The casualties creep or mors Fly. The rockets i have claimed almost 140jnamese lives and hit. More have been wounded. Saigon s citizens had accustomed to the sounds of War the rate machine guns the rumbled guns outside the City and Roar of warplanes Over Waif the rockets Are and frightening i Peri they explode with jangling crack always close. The ominous whistle incoming rockets is to people who have no part run. And somehow in Frei telling everyone says that iof the rockets exploded Jin few Yards the knowledgeable official whose Job it is to Analyse complexities of Vietnam i l the deep meaning of the ets. They say the cynicism Hanoi s leaders in launching in discriminate terror among it Saig onese is a grim footnote the Paris peace talks. The Saig onese themselves at the americans and a birth control progresses in . By Patricia Mccormack new York up Theattle to clip the Stork s wings advanced in the United state last year but not enough to suit generals in the War against overpopulation. Planned parenthood world population officials estimate that Only one out of eight of themore than five million Fertile american women needing fam ily planning assistance is get Ting it. Among Rural poor the Situa Tion was described As Des Perate. Only one out of 17 women in that category receives family planning visits to up we Cen ters and affiliates at Public health facilities during the year totalled a record 1.3 million up More than 10 per cent Over the previous birth control Pill chosen by 75 per cent increased its Lead As the most preferred method. Second was the intrauterine device i selected by 12 per cent. An analysis of results of planned parenthood and health department programs in Chica go Baltimore new Orleans and Washington As Well As i Rural areas from Kentucky to Texas showed National Prog Ress. The family planning Organiza Tion cited significant declines in the birth rates of Low income groups in these areas. This demonstrated that impoverished couples will use family planning help effectively when it is offered. Baltimore for example re corded a 36 per cent decline in the birth rates of Low income population since 1960. Washington recorded a Fertility decline of More than 60 per cent among participating poor women since a program started three years and professional family planners meanwhile responded during the year to planned parenthood s efforts to form a National advisory group on population and family plan Ning education. A Survey of school activities Inthis Field involved All Public High had no Ini Nicaj somehow the fact � Wal that defense of the City be considered a South Ese responsibility. Meanwhile the Viet corp j mor Mill works. The re with enrolments of 1,000 mor Nim a in. By or More. It showed opportunities another c cd Ify i Hlll for expanded planned Parent plan to a Emhe ii Hood activities locally and nationally in curriculum Consulta Tion and development of teach ing materials. Out of 600 schools responding used to a 1jvith the a majority specified a desire for Erythe Al Bui assistance in enlarging Educa Tion about family planning and population dynamics. Ness still shailerijjl5a.-Ajyw seem before. Her european edition col. James w. Campbell Usa it. Col. F. S. Michael jr., a of Mert Proctor Elmer d. Frank henrys. Ep8tein Arm. And editor to Al edltth"1? Cir an unofficial newspaper of and for the .. European command forum the Star and Stripe prefix 06155 2071 m �ir._.,. -4 Tel area York office 641 st., new Yolk 100a second Clat paid at new York . I icat or menu in thl. concerning a merc Al by g it endorsement by the department of or w ". The United states is in to know w cherished and by

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