December 1971
Time;12/20/1971, Vol. 98 Issue 25, p65
The article presents several notices of births and deaths. Nobel Peace Prize winner of 1950 and former Under Secretary-general of United Nations, Ralph Bunche died recently. A son was born to South African heart surgeon Dr. Christian Barnard and his wife Barbara Bernard, in Cape Town, South Africa. President of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., Yoichiro Makita died in Tokyo, Japan due to peptic ulcer.


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