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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 27, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseA the stars and stripes Page 3 know there s a strike on n0n t Yon kno in re s storm laugh. But the joke s on you if you Don t follow the Wiz s advice and get the stars and stripes delivered to your Home daily. ,. A subscription brings you a highly palatable Fiew of news sports and top flight entertainment. An not just weekdays but weekends and holidays too. Call nearest office below for subscription top republicans charge . Losing arms Washington a a top level Republican group said Sun Day that Wishful thinking by democratic defense planners has seriously weakened . Military superiority. The Republican re port called for an aggressive re search and development Effort to keep the . Ahead in the world arms lest new develop ments might provoke undesirable soviet reactions the Republican coordinating committee said the administration has failed to exploit boldly new concepts i science and technology. There has been a euphoric Hope that the world s Pace of military science and technology can som Hovy be slowed that Man s inquisitiveness and ingenuity can be diverted or added As a result our country s research and develop w circulation office phone numbers Armant arc cd Berlin Civ 739368 Athens ctr 985189 arc Mchaven Civ 45341, Mil 7064 Italy Frankfurt Civ 00108-2047, Mil Offenbach 755 .,._._ Civ 93001 Kiaera lantern Civ 87617. Mil Vogel Wuh 7050 leghorn c v Aow Mannheim Civ 871402, Mil Rhelna 618 spa Munich Civ 5165923, Mil 7356 Madrid Civ 2228290, ext 3011 Nuernberg Civ 776647, Mil 6513 in Ted kingdom. 00004 ext 127london. Civ rules lip 3-.k. Pm ment has not been aggressively pursued and the consequence has been a slowdown in new weapon development. Decisions so premised seriously endanger the 37-Page report was pre pared by the group s task Force on National Security. Former de sense secretaries Neil h. My Elroy and Thomas s. Gates Are co chairmen of the 20-Membertask Force which includes six former Pentagon officials seven retired generals and admirals and five members of congressional committees handling de sense said present . Superiority Over the soviet Union i largely the result of aggressive scientific and technological re search and development during the eight years of the Eisenhower administration ending in 1961. Symbolical cemeteries May be chased away by government is getting ready to pay an Advance of $60to civil servants. One Automo bile Plant and Many other big companies set up special pay Points for striking workers Roget partial payment. Many neighbourhood grocer stores Are extending credit. Physicians promised that medical services would be assured for strikers without requests for pay of offices closed thursday ascension Day and have not reopened. The manager of an insurance office said Only about a third of the secretaries could get to work. No Mai comes in. Business is at a stand still. Well just stay closed 3d party could assist in talks Mansfield says Washington up Senate democratic Leader Mike mans Field suggested sunday that third nation intermediaries might be used with some Success in Parisi talks with North Vietnam. He made the comment in Aradio television report. Sen. Hugh Scott r.-pa., also a participant commented that the French had been mentioned a possible intermediaries. Encouragement Mansfield who has stated that he is being kept informed by the White House on the Progress of talks said americans should note discouraged or disappointed at Lack of Progress. He said however that we had better be prepared for Long drawn out talks and negotiations and no Quick urging patience Mansfield said a certain amount of spar ring a certain amount of propaganda is to be expected in such meetings. He agreed with Scot that the North vietnamese might at some Point take certain actions to de escalate without making specific concessions atthe Paris negotiating tables. Intermediaries then of course there s also the possibility that third parties would be available As intermediaries and hopefully use with some degree of Success the senator from Montana also restated his View that at least four of the six s divisions now stationed in Europe at an annual Cost of $2.7billion could be returned to the United states not because of the old Drain or the situation m Vietnam but because it s about time that the europeans took Over the primary responsibility in their own defense. $409000 bet is the buries Stuttgart Civ 854225, Mil 7230 Wiesbaden Civ 4s0779, Mil 28595 subscribe now government housing Only Charleston . A David Klein of Nottingham eng land was flying toward West Lucinia s capital City saturday in Hopes of making a $40,000 the Man he wants to bet with said no the bet involves buried women or rather which can stay buried alive the longest. Charleston is the Home of Rich Ard Pauley manager of t h e Charleston press club and also manager of a local Divorcee who has twice been buried first time Patricia Haver land intended to stay Down 75davs, but she was resurrected after 10 Days complaining of stomach pains. Doctors traced her ailment to food was buried again May 17 at a local commercial establish ment known As the Cherokee trading Post. She stayed below this time despite being nearly drowned during a claimed hundreds of tourists Are paying 50 cents each to see mrs. Haverland reclining in her Wall papered coffin equipped with a breathing tube. Klein telephoned Pauley on Fri Day saying he wanted to Bury another woman perhaps be Side mrs. Haverland. Klein also said he would like to bet �40,000that this woman could stay under longer than mrs. Haverland say 100 there la be no Wager Sai Pauley. I can t even find some one with $20, let alone his kind of Money. I was very surprised to hear he s flying Down. He doing this on his own. I will do him the Courtesy of meeting him at the

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