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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 52

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D2-Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday. Nov. 24, 1968 Two-Time Heart Recipient Dies Paraphernalia We'll never give you a turkey . . . just all the dressing! DeBord received his transplanted heart July 2. DeBord was formerly a contractor who lived in Helotes. Tex., near San Antonio. Thomas was a Phoenix. Ariz., 208 worth avenue palm beach V':f v-i hit V - Fry ".';.) I FOR SALE OCEAN FRONT PROPERTY DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA Reds Vow To Fight Cabinet ROME (AP ' - Italy's huge Communist party vowed Saturday it would tight formation of any new center-left Cabinet to end the country's government crisis. The blast came as the leading party in the center-left, the Christian Democrats, sank deeper into paralysis with no agreement in sight on whom to support as Italy's 29th postwar premier. "The past six months were useless and the crisis has considerably deepened, "said Communist leader Pietro lngrao in a reference Jo the minority stopgap government of Premier Giovanni Leone, who resigned live days ago "There are millions of workers and young people who are pressing for answers to urgent labor and educational problems." lngrao said after consultations with President Giuseppe Saragat. Alluding to the student and labor unrest sweeping Italy lor the past 10 days - much of it Communist-led-lngrao said workers and students sought "more power in society." lngrao. leader of the Communist group in the Chambei of Deputies, gave his warning as labor unions prepared foi another week of strikes. Gasoline station attendants in central Italy announcec plans to strike for two morc days next week. l;v '' . v,- i r m 1 .tkm mi Ifiii'iWiiil .. By DARRELL MACK By United Press International Everett C. Thomas, who was the oldest surviving heart transplant patient in the United States, died Saturday in Houston after a kidney failure and with the third heart of his 47 years in his chest. The death of Thomas in St. Luke's Hospital left George Henry DeBord the longest surviving U.S. patient and DeBord was back in St. Luke's under oxygen and showing signs of rejecting his transplanted heart. Other developments in the first-moving history of heart transplants: The 89th transplant operation since Dr. Christiaan Barnard's first in history last Dec. 3 at Cape Town. South Africa, was performed in Turkey on Mrs. Mavis Karagoz. Mrs. Karagoz, who was Turkey's first transplant patient, lived only 18 hours. Darrell Hammarley, 56, the only other man in medical history to have two transplanted hearts, was in fair condition in Stanford (Calif.) University Medical Center. Hammarley and Thomas both got their second transplanted hearts Thursday. William Karraker, 49, a Stockton, Calif., insurance executive who received a transplanted heart in an operation performed by Dr. Norman E. Shumway in Stanford, was in fair condition. Thomas received his first heart transplant May 3 in the first such operation performed by Dr. Denton A. Cool-ey in St. Luke's Hospital. Cooley now is the world's most experienced transplant surgeon, with 17. DAVID, JULIE SET DATE - Julie Marble Collegiate Church in New York. Nixon, 20-year-old daughter of President The wedding plans were made known -elect Nixon and David Eisenhower, Saturday by Mrs. Nixon's press secre-grandson of former President Eisenhow- tary, Gerry Van der Heuvel. er, will be married Dec. 22 at 4 p.m. at Mammoth Jet 'Airport In Sky' Notice is hereby given that the City of Delray Beach, Florida, has determined to offer for Sale at PUBLIC AUCTION, to be held in the City Hall, Delray Beach, Florida, at 1:00 P.M. 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