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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 23, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseJune 23, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 3 lies show a tax May pay 4gton a Here Les showing the amount it ional income taxes a Pill pay under the 10 per Archarge approved by care based on use of the deduction deduction or minimum for personal whichever produces or tax a retroactive of late of april 1, 1968, and ration Date of june 30, 1967 1968 1969 taxes increase single persons 0 011 7 12 825 17 50 3488 58 131 87180 120 237 158 16147 163333 6711,168 1,7422,398 3,154 couple with58 204294 501914 1,3421,831 2,335 Safe chief of staff Sho Fer to contribute in Vietnam by John Kruege staff writer Wiesbaden is maj. No children 0 0 22 38 69 101 137 175 0 0 15 25 46 67 92 117rried couple two children 4290 6861,114 1,567 .2,062 3,160je persons 00 51 84 118 155 237 0 0 34 56 78 103 158whose regular $145 or less and married whose regular tax is less will pay nothing and under the surcharge. Gen. Richard f. Shaefer Safe chief of staff is approaching his new assignment in Saigon As . Military assistance come s assistant chief of staff for plan with the aim of living up to his lifelong motto your Best is the most anyone can ask of you and the least you must demand of the 48-year-old general Hope that this approach will enable him to make some contribution to the joint service Effort in Shaefer will bring a wealth of experience in interservice operations from a Day to last year s Pathfinder express exer Cise in Spain. He flew an attack bomber Over Normandy on a Day he was Deputy commander of Pathfinder express. Two milestones Between these two milestones Shaefer has also accumulated experience in joint chiefs of staff and nato planning that he will take with him next month to Vietnam. On the other hand he also anticipates finding plenty of per Sonal integrity moral courage and a sincere sense of responsibility that he expects fro those with whom he has to Deal. The Challenge to overcome failure is everywhere Shaefer declared in a recent , he added that even if this Challenge is everywhere failure is surrounded by Suc Cess and have survived and flourished he declared because we Are a Tough people inspired by improbable dreams of the human condition and it would be discouraging to think that we Are such flaccid heirs to that explosive tradition that we have lost our enthusiasm for the inter Nal Battles with which our coun try in some curious and glorious fashion keeps on redeeming and improving has shaped Shaefer s life from boyhood since he lost his father at an Early age and had to work his Way through the University of new Mexico to earn an Engineer ing degree. He was graduated in 1940 with honors As a member of Sigma Tau the National honorary engineering fraternity. After entering the flying Cadet training program he received an appointment to Westpoint graduating 12th in a class of 524. He completed his flying training during his last year at the other educational achieve ments have included postgraduate studies in International affairs at George Washington University in Washington d.c., a term at the United kingdom joint services staff College 1953and a year at the nation Al War College 1961-62. The British gave the highest rating possible Only the Sec Ond time anyone had Ever accomplished such a feat and the first time it had Ever Bee reached by a non British officer. The National War College com mended him As an outstanding member of his class. Shaefer stayed in England after his tour of Exchange duty with the Royal air Force Dur ing which he attended the Brit Gen. Richard f. Shaefer Senate panel takes abm dispute to floor reads a daily when things Are popping you get All the details when you subscribe circulation office phone numbers Civ 7393ij8 i Haven Civ 45341, Mil 764 Ank Furt Civ 0610b-20-17, Mil Offenbach s20 item Civ 57617 Mil Voge Weli 7050 Civ 51us923, Mil 7356 re Civ 77kj47. Mil 6513"lbiirt, Civ 851223, Mil 7230 Civ -10779, Mil 285�5 Toreeca Athens Civ 0&5180 Italy let Horn Civ 03001 Spain Madrid Civ 2228290, ext 3011 United kingdom London Civ Guislin 32ol, ext 127 subscribe now government housing Only Washington up in a rare Public dispute members of the armed services committee argued in the Senate Friday Over whether the United states should go ahead with plans to install a limited defense against enemy nuclear missiles. Sen. Stuart Symington d-mo., a onetime Secretary of the air Force argued it was Wiser to use the money$5 billion to $7 billion to Start with for More planes and described the so called thin anti ballistic missile abm system named Sentinel As a multimillion Dollar program to defend this country against a possible missile danger which does not exist today and May never told the Senate he would join a bipartisan group seeking to postpone deployment of the Sentinel a two missile system designed to intercept nuclear warheads on a Short and Long Range basis. Opponents plan the abm opponents contend ing Domestic needs Are More important plan monday to try to Block an initial $615 million for the system. This is included in a $1-8 billion military construction . John Tower r-tex., said postponement of the thin abm would place the Dagger in our enemy s without the Sentinel he said the United states would be helpless in the face of red nuclear blackmail sen. Henry m. Jackson d wash., joined Tower and said the Sentinel in addition to possibly preventing Russia from getting the upper hand with i soviet abm would save Mil Lions of lives in the event of i nuclear . George Mcgovern . Called deployment of the Aba now useless and dangerous to said it would compete soviet Union to increase its own offensive strength in a vicious Cycle of the most dangerous sen John s t e n it i a d-miss., said postponing deployment of Sentinel until More research Ould be done might leave the United states out of the he said by deploying this system we will earn something about a More sophisticated Moi i from copter to lost boy Camarillo Calif. A from a helicopter overhead came his Mother s voice Mark come out. Mark it s Ime to go in dense underbrush near a Lemon Grove the 7-year old boy searched the skies for he source of the , two Navy seances among 220 searchers found Mark Yundzel three Days aft Eric had vanished from Camarillo state ordeal had special poignancy for in the institution Mark s mental age is listed at doctors say Mark is unable to recognize food or drink he contacted the search launched tuesday was getting nowhere until John Strobel Public affairs officer forthe . Naval construction battalion Center at port Llu enemy Calif., talked with Mark s Mother mrs. Paul Yund Al of Garden drove Calif. Mrs. Yund Al said Mark frightened of people and obviously hiding might respond to the sound of her voice. And he loves helicopters she told Stro Mother slea for Mark to come out of hiding was recorded by Jim Mitchell news director for Kun radio in Ventura and rushed to Point Mug where the Navy helicopter was based. The Loudspeaker system mounted on the copter a the same As those used in Vietnam to broadcast messages to enemy troops Navy spokesman said. Ish joint staff College and assumed command of a Jet task Force which was temporarily deployed to Greece. In june 1954 he was promote to the rank of colonel and As signed As director of plans forthe 49th air div in Britain. He returned to England in 1965as a brigadier general and As vice commander of 3rd air Force South Ruislip where a served two years before being appointed Safe s chief of staff. He was promoted to major Gen eral last May. A twin brother Robert a Shaefer is an air Force colonel assigned to Washington where their paths have occasionally crossed. Combat career Gen. Shaefer is a command Pilot and maintains full Jet fighter qualifications. He began his combat career As an attack bomber Pilot and Squadron com Mander out of Wethersfield England during world War a earning the distinguished flying Cross air medal with nine Oakleaf clusters purple heart and Croix de Guerre with Silverstar. His most harrowing War time experience was being chopped out of his downed piano by an a wielding English farm the War ended Shaefer now a major served a Short tour of duty As director of Fly ing of the twin engine training program then returned to West Point As an instructor in physics and chemistry from 1946-49. His next assignment was with the War plans division us Afaq from 1949 through 1952, Dur ing which time his responsibilities provided experience in Al Fields of air Force planning. Pentagon duty Shaefer returned to washing ton for Pentagon duty until 1961 an extra responsibility consisted of serving on several presiden tial special planning committees and the National War col lege Shaefer shifted to the . Delegation to the nato military committee Washington As director for for 22 years Shaefer is the father of a son Richard l., a senior at Duke University and a daughter Louisa who h enter the University of Tennis be in the fall. His wife is the former Caroline Cavett from Oak Ridge hobbies the general likes Golf and water sports particularly swimming and water ski ing and is a firm advocate of physical fitness. At 5-11, he Rig Day maintains his College weight f 162 with daily exercise starting at 5 45 in the morning. Snack bar Price $150, delivery costs $5,000 Miami Beach Fla. A millionaire John d. Mac Arth raid $150 for a huge Pink and White snack bar when the equip ment of the old Rouey Plaza hotel was auctioned off the snack bar canopy 53-feet across and looking like a merry go round without Tho horses was floated by an Ocean route to Macarthur s Palm each Home the delivery Cost an estimated $5,000. Mexico bus wreck kills 11 Jalapa Mexico us i eleven persons were killed and 19 injured when a bus with fail ing brakes crashed into a deep Gorge near the Kastern mexican town of Majete police reported thursday. Most victims worst Tori agers returning Home fruit school

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