Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on September 22, 1968 · Page 35
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 35

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Hughes loses multimillum fight to TWA New York times Service NEW YORK - Industrialist Howard R. Hughes, who lost his bid for control of Ameri-* can Broadcasting Co., Inc., two months ago, lost 'another multimillion - dollar battle yesterday to Trang World Airlines, Inc. In the largest judgment ever made to an individual plaintiff, the court - appointed special master recommended that TWA be awarded $137 million from Hughes Tool Co., wholly owned by Hughes. The recommendation was Issued primarily because of Hughes Tool's failure to finance and purchase jet aircraft for TWA in the 1950s, when it controlled the big International trunk carrier. THE SPECIAL master, Herbert Brownell, a former U.S. attorney general, made his report on the 7 - year old case yesterday, apparently to avoid affecting the I weekday trading of TWA stock on the New York Stock Exchange. BrownelTs report now must be reviewed by District Court Judge Charles M. Metzner. Either party can appeal from bis Judgment to the U. S. ' Court of Appeals. CHARLES C. Tillinghast Jr., president of TWA, declared that his company is "gratified that the special master has decided it is entitled to substantial damages for its claims." Gregson Bautzer, lawyer for Hughes, said, "We will examine the decision and we will take whatever action is indicated." Hughes, who has been in and out of the public eye for more then three decades, made his first investment in TWA in 1939, when it was one of the most marginal airlines in the industry. He sold his TWA stock, which had grown to 75 per cent of the total amount outstanding, for $546.5 million two years ago. Pfcoenix, Sunday, &pt. 22, \m the Arizona Republic A-21 Republic Ptioto by Ed ftytn IT'S ALL RIGHT — Mrs. Leona Lindvig, owner of the Tropic Gardens Zoo, 6232 N. Seventh St., comforts a frightened coati mundi which, she said, "was just scared to pieces" when eucalyptus tree limb toppled on its cage. Mrs. Lindvig said "a little twister" ripped through the zoo, toppling the limb onto two cages; one occupied by an agouti, another by two coatis. Model law aids transplant gifts 6 DIE IN PLANE CRASH PARIS (UPI) - A French air force plane on a practice mission crashed in the Alps yesterday, killing all six pass- sengers, an air force spokesman said. New York Times Service WASHINGTON - A model law on the donation of human organs for transplantation is being brought to the attention of state legislatures throughout the nation. Modified versions of it already have been passed by Kansas, Louisiana and Maryland. The law, called the Uniform Anatomical Gift Act, was developed during three years of study by the National, Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. It was approved last month by the American Bar Association. ONE QUESTION given special attention is what happens if a person who wants to donate organs after death dies in a state other than the one in which he made his will. The legal delays In deciding this usually would render impossible the useful donation of the person's heart, kidneys or other organs. The fundamental philosophy of the model law is that a person should be able to con-, trol the disposition of his own body. For a person who wishes to donate an organ, this involves not only the right to do so but also the existence of rules that will make the legal process speedy enough for the needs of transplantation. Surgeons have estimated that a heart must be removed, within one-half hour if it is to be useful for this purpose. A ONE-DAY meeting of specialists is planned here Sept. 30 by the National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council to discuss the medical and legal aspects of transplantation. The model law, and the development of a uniform tissue formation card to be carried by those who want to donate organs after death, are expected to be among the subjects to be covered. The Uniform Anatomical Gift Act provides that any person of sound mind, 18 years old or older, may give any part of his body, after death, and that the person's right to do this cannot be overturned by next of kin. The decision must be made in writing and must be signed by two witnesses. The prospective donor also may withdraw his permission at any time. DOCTORS who take such a donation In good faith are protected against liability. ; If a person dies without indicating preference for or against such a donation, his next of kin.may authorize such a gift and may do so by telephone or telegram. This factor is designed to help cope with the vital time problem. The model act leaves to the doctors the determination' of exactly when the donor dies. This is considered a technical point that cannot well be reduced to law. Diamond rings... 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