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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 21, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseTuesday november 21, 1967 the stars and stripes Page 5 caused by strikes oct. Income gain slower Washington a the Commerce department reported sunday the october gain impersonal income was the Small est in six months continuing uneconomic slowdown stemming largely from strikes. A softening in wages and Sala Ries attributable partly to labor disputes was blamed by the department for much of the slower Rise in incomes. Personal income it said Roseby $1.6 billion to an annual rate of $636 billion. This was the Sec Ond smallest monthly increase this year. Only the $900-Millionadvance during april was smaller. It virtually rounded out Astrike induced Slack picture of economic activity during the month. Government economists contend the labor disputes have masked the True strength of the Economy. Workers at the Ford motor co. Are already Back at their jobs but the october figures reflect a full month of idleness at the company s plants. Despite the apparent Slack income phases of the Economy Secretary of the Treasury Henry h. Fowler said last week the country already is suffering from inflation and conditions will get worse without higher taxes. Gardner Ackley chairman of the president s Council of eco nomic advisers described the income and production figures for september As relatively unexciting and said october would produce much of the same because of strikes. The Lone major Bright spot among major business data was a 4.7 per cent increase in hous ing starts reported last week by the Commerce department. Twas the fourth straight monthly the government has re ported also the second straight monthly drop in Industrial out put during october the highest unemployment rate in two years and a 2 per cent drop in retail sales. In its report on incomes the department said payrolls gained by Only $900 million during october compared with the aver age monthly increase of $2.5 Bil lion the prior three Slack was entered in manufacturing where payroll were Down $600 million to $134.8 billion at an annual rate the department said. Increased payrolls elsewhere were Small but widespread and More than offset the decline i manufacturing. Farm income and dividends also declined during october while rental income remained unchanged. Other types of in come advanced. Favors Rocky worst times says Lippman new York a speaking with gloom and pessimism Wal Ter Lippmann said sunday rethought the United states was going through the worst times it has had in his 77-year life. The Dean of american political columnists claimed that presi Dent Johnson is As bogged downy the vietnamese War As presi Dent Herbert Hoover was by the depression in 1932 and he s got into a position from which he so 4b 19 in is 54 zoo 41 14 \ 2.5 44 horizontal 41. Birds of1. Paradise b. Swab8. Thailand 12. Beo Berfond 18. Salutation14. A preposition15. Eager 16. Sailor17. Detail 18. Households. Quota 22. Wills20. Pole29. Swiss mountain80. River barrier81. Town in iowa32. High card83. Delet 84. Title of respect 85. Biblical lion 80. Cupoli Kapsoon 37. Fortify 40. Preposition prey45. Father 47. Girl nickname 49. Affection50. A seasoning 01. A fish62. European river83. Leg joint 04. Male child 55. Mud vertical1.a cheese to. Venetian magistrate8. English school4. Nullifies 5. Spouses6. Eggs 7. Fin Cotton fabric8. Retinue 9. Meant answer to yesterday s Puzzle. Us average tip of solution 14 flu Ute. � 1867, King feature syst. Inc Mil 10. Consumed11. Mother 19. Jewel21. Mischievous child23. 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I really think the country would be in a very dangerous i think the Man who ought Tobe next president is Rockefeller he said and i m for Rockefeller not because i think i know exactly what he thinks about Viet Nam or whether i agree with what he thinks about m for him because the great problem is what we do inside this country which is in a mess and i think Rockefeller is the Ablest candidate in either party for dealing with our internal not aspirant Rockefeller has insisted that he is not an aspirant for the re publican nomination next year but an associated press poll last thursday showed that 24 per Centof those who had been delegates to the 1964 convention thought he would be the strongest candidate. Former vice president Richard. Nixon led the poll with 45 per cent. He said he agreed with former president Eisenhower that if the United states had not intervened to Chi Minh Leader of North Vietnam would now be president of a United Vietnam which would be a communist country. Lippmann projected that How Ould oppose chinese expansion and would not have been ant american. He said staying out of Vietnam would have improved soviet american relations and in the world would be very much greater. Tour s end Jacqueline Ken Nedy Steps from an Airliner in new York after a flight from Rome. It was the conclusion of her three week tour High lighted by visits to Cambodia and Thailand. A photo two israelis sentenced in Mueller Case Munich a two israelis caught while trying to search the apartment of the sex wife of former Gestapo chief Heinrich Muel Ler were sentenced to three months in prison each their lawyer disclosed two Baruch Shur 39, and Daniel Gordon 38were found guilty of breach of peace. The sentences were contained in court orders which were not announced publicly. West German penal Law pro Vides for this form of sentencing for minor offences. If the defendants object their Case will be tried in open court. Their lawyer Rolf Bossi said investigative custody served by the two since their arrest be deducted from the terms. Shur and Gordon had testified after their arrests that they die not have any secret service orders but were looking on their own for clues to Mueller s whereabouts. They said they were employees of the israeli labor ministry and had obtained information on the Mueller Case at the Vacy Ashem documentation Center ii Jerusalem. Transplant of human heart near Stanford Calif. Up a Cam of Stanford University surgeons is ready to make the first transplant of a heart from one Tiiman to another. Or. Norman Shumway of the division of cardiovascular sur Jery in the Stanford medical school said Only the require coincidence of the right patient with the right donor is needed to Clear the Way for the historic surgery. Shumway disclosed the plans a an interview reported in the current Issue of the journal of he american medical association. Surgery next year a spokesman for Shumway office said sunday the surgery probably would take place in the Middle or latter part of 1968. Stanford surgeons have Success fully removed Many hearts from dogs kept their alive in cold Saline solutions up to seven hours and transplanted them into other dogs where they functioned for As Long As 18 months. We have achieved a degree of experience with heart trans Plantation in the Laboratory Shumway told the medical Jour Nal. We feel confident we can take appropriate care of the patient with a cardiac the surgeon said work wit animals should and will con he said however that we Are nonetheless at the threshold of clinical think the Way is Clear for trial of human heart transplantation he said. Shumway said choosing the patient is difficult. A candidate he said must be near death yet Strong enough to survive the Radical donor must have died shortly before the surgery take place. Shumway said the Ideal donor is a Young person who has died of causes unconnected with heart spokesman for the Stanford medical school said transplant of a human heart from one per son to another has never been at tempted before in the United states or . Michael Debakey renowned Houston heart surgeon has grafted mechanical devices v. Humans to assist functions of the heart but not to replace it. Odds favor tories for next election London up bets totalling$16,800 including two bets of $2,400 were placed monday with one of the biggest bookies in Britain on the conservatives Towin the next general election. Conservative Odds have Short ened from 6-4 on to 7-4 on. Labor was offered at evens. Cops conned 9 ohm Avo. I9m afraid of Chicago a an sex convict sought after a Bank robbery mingled with searchers borrowed cigarette from a Deputy then hitched a ride out of the Are with two reporters covering the Story was told in monday s Chicago t r i b u n e by William Jones one of the reporters with whom the Man related that he was near Silver Lake Friday As authorities looked for one of women who had robbed the Silver Lake state Bank of More than$13,000 earlier in the Day. One of the alleged robbers Phillip Royal 40, was killed in Agun Battle with sheriff s police after the Holdup. Jones said lie met Charles , 32, As Cox accompanied a group of newsmen watching a posse of sonic 200 searchers bomb the area. At one Point Jones said Cox borrowed a cigarette from a heavily armed Deputy. When Cox was asked Why he was t deputized and taking Partin the search Jones said he re plied of no i m afraid of guns. I would t touch Jones said another reporter drove him and Cox out of the search area to Cox s car. Cox offered to drive him around the search area Jones said but he turned Down the offer and left Cox standing by his car. Saturday Cox was arrested l the Fri in Milwaukee. He was jailed in lieu of $100,000 Bond

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