European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jun 24 1968, Page 1

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 24, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseMil s on Plont Tient Dies ,0 Paulo Brazil up i Ferreira Dacunha lat Nerica s first heart trans it patient died saturday Jit despite desperate efts to save Cunha 23, a former hand received the heart Luis Ferreira de Barros a fee Accident victim on fuse of death was not Given i mediately at Hospital Das in pro doctors said that about 4 Dacunha suffered a use and the team that transited his heart used All meth available to end the crisis. Week ago Dacunha s hearted beating for approximate seconds. At that time Doc announced his body was at jilting to reject his new Cunha overcame that crisis i was talking normally listen to his transistor radio and Ling for food. As late As Satur morning his condition was a irked As Good. Lis death reduced to four the Ember of heart transplant a its still living. A. Philip Blaiberg 53, cur itly hospitalized in Cape town Atli Africa and Everett c. Aromas 47, one of two patient covering in Houston s St. Ike s Hospital Are the longest de of the 21 persons who had revived the heart of underwent transplant Argery Jan. 2. Thomas re ived his new heart May 3 the other two living transplant tents Are Prev. Jean Marie Boulogne i a Catholic priest who received i new heart May 12 in Fierro 54, of Elmont y., who underwent transplant Gery May 22 at St. Luke s i Spital in Houston. Tear Gas used poor City i Washington up police quads used tear Gas on Resur i ctn City residents Early Sun after a number of youths to the City allegedly threw5 bombs at passing motorists. I officials at the police com it ont. On Page 21. Col l thes ipes unofficial new Pap a of . Forti in Europe nor Tai Africa and the my dds a vol. 27, no. 68 if 21855 a St daily 10 sunday monday june 24, 1968 miniature mannequins show a Newyork designer s fall collection which borrowed Many of Mamma s most modish touches including the mini dresses that were a moppet s monopoly before mom started to show off. A Gaulle triumphs at polls evolution1cades, a parts up _ French voters by the left led mayan its flaming bar gave near landslide Vic to gaullist parliamentary ates sunday. Or 47� 1oulcome declared Ini strict. The gaullist the centrist three the one observers be 8 Lcarl Early result in the i seats will be decided " Runoff elections. To win a Clear first round Vic tory a candidate must have More than 50 per cent of the vote. Francois Mitterrand head of the potent leftist federation was forced into a Runoff in his Home District of Lievre. It was a blow to the moderate socialist who challenged de Gaulle for the presidency in 1965 and had put together a marriage of convenience Between his 121-vote bloc and the 73 communists in the Assembly. Private radio station Europe number one said its computerized predictions indicated the gaullist might Roll up 42 to 47 per cent of the vote. They won Only 37 per cent in the March 1967 first round of def Ferre the mayor of Marseille France s second larg est City was forced into a humiliating Runoff next was floor Leader of the leftist federation in the Las Assembly and had recently pro posed a leftist Center Alliance that would exclude communists. Former fourth Republic Premier Rene pleven was re elected in the Northern cotes Dun Ord department. In de Gaulle s Hometown of Colombey Les Deus Eulises incumbent Deputy Jacques Delongton an overwhelming Victory Over communist leftist and Cen Trist opposition. France overseas minister Joel be minister in Western department theule was reelected. Former education lain Peyrefitte who was under fire for his handling of the Edu cation crisis and quit in May was elected from the Seine Etma Rne District. Defense minister Pierre mess Mer Boss of France s nuclear striking Force and Overall com Mander of the troops that de Gaulle ordered to surround parisian May was also reelected in the wine growing Moselle said Messmer s election was a sign that voter approved de Gaulle s ambitious and costly weapons program. Rusk to visit Kiesinger on Berlin tension Reykjavik Iceland up . Secretary of state Dean Rusk will Confer with West German Chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger in Bonn wednesday a German spokesman said Sun will Fly from a North at lactic treaty organi Alion meet ing Here to the West German capital. The nato talks Are to begin monday. Rusk s trip underlines the Gravity with which the allies View the Berlin Germany last week cont. Of / Gal. R j

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