European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Aug 16 1968, Page 7

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 16, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseMy August 16, fit the stars and Stripe Sab been a Proe Soa at Dpi professional dancer for than 15 years in opera in Ancert and on television. It All started when i Warix recalls the 28-year-old naive of Cincinnati Ohio who has studied classical and modern bal it jazz tap acrobatic and Ball Oom Grandfather sent me to i dancing school after i kept in sisting that i wanted to dance like Ray Bolger. I was Small and full of zest and i wanted he whole world to notice me. I Ras going to be a Star and still am going to achieve that Dollar in Hart every saturday morning Mil Ler would go to the tap Ballet and acrobatics school with a Dol a in hand for a precious hour which helped pave the Way to eventual appearances with the Cincinnati summer opera bal let in productions of Aida tales of Hoffman Don Giovanni and Many the Ballet company Mil Ler progressed to television. How Ever he did not like it prefer ring an audience to a camera. After graduating from the University of Cincinnati in ims he Eft for new York to further his dancing studies. At 24 he enlisted in the army with the Lopes of getting into special services but there were no positions available at the time. He is currently giving dancing lessons to the dependent Chil Dren from the Marshall height housing area Here. How does the Ballet teaching Arne division sergeant perform As a radio team chief exceptionally Well says m. Sol. Chester Jones Coic of the 2nd brigade communications Section. The men Are eager to work and learn with Miller be cause of his disciplined Way ofom Keg and explaining things. A makes it seem so easy he always gets the Job Many times when asked a bouts career Miller refers to have lock Ellis a 19th Century write ran psychology. He quotes Ellis As saying for the artist life is always a discipline and no discipline can be without pain. So is that so even of dancing which of All the arts in the most associated in the popular mind with pleasure. To learn to dance is the most aus Tere of nato bands to strike up for musical Man Euver by j. G. Ligo staff writer monchengladbach Ger Many is the to Ecklberg stadium Here will be the scene of International Harmony when military bands from five nations meet for the fifth nato music festival. The festival which is Field every other year will bring to Gether bands from the unite states Britain Canada Belgium and Germany. Performances willbe Given on aug. 31 and sept. 1 and 2 beginning at 8 valve town coordinator for the festival said he expects More than 50.mo person this year if it does t Usa eur and seventh armbands under the direction of two Robert c. Edi Londs will represent the United states. Four bands totalling 140 members will represent Britain the King s own scottish Borderers the Sherwood foresters the Royal scots and the Royal band of the Canadian armed forces formed about a month ago brings together men from the Canadian army Navy and air Force. During the finale More than450 musicians from the five coun tries will be playing under the direction of it. Col. Fritz Masuhr chief of musicians for the German forces. This is my first year direct ing the nato bands Masuhr said. It is interesting to Conducta band with members from Dif Ferent nations because the other bands have different instruments and different Scales for the my it is difficult but very inter Esting to conduct such a band. It is interesting for the musician because they learn something about German musical tastes he said. Among the highlights of the festival will be an address from Gen. Lyman l. Lemnitzer. Supreme Allied commander. Eur Ope on the last night of the festival. At the Barre Muscles stretch and Strain As sgt. Rob Miller s dancing class works out. Mess Hall confusion twins stir double takes Hanau Germany special when troops go into the mess Hall of the 621st general Supply co Here they sometimes get the feeling they Are seeing confusion is caused by a pair of identical twins spec. 4s Tom and Larry Engesether Nik k neither rain nor Shine can keep pm from their rounds claim the men of the 7310th air base group it main a getaway. And Here s one of the Point As he makes dry at photo usually working on the same \ shift at the mess Hall. The twins readily admit to pull j ing their no s leg once in awhile about who s who. S. Sgt. Fredrick Browne the mess ser Geant says the twins work Well together but separate them and you be got and Larry who come from new Richmond wis., entered the army in october 1966 and took Basic training at , Texas. As Tom put it we almost drove our first sergeant then crazy about which one since arriving in Germany in till Fleet gets new top adm. Naples Italy up Richardson has taken com Mand of the . 6th Fleet from adm. William i. Martin. The ceremony took place aboard the aircraft Carrier in dependence in the presence of adm. Waldemar f. A. Wendt . Navy commander in chief i Europe nato Secretary Gen eral Man lip Rosio and Rivero commander in chief of Allied forces Southern Europe. During the ceremony wend presented the distinguished serv ice medal with one Gold Star to Martin who hit been designated Deputy commander of the . Atlantic Fleet. March 1967, the twins have been travelling around Europe As much As their pocketbooks will allow. They Are both avid sportsmen and collectors of unusual firearms. Special Viet training to Start at it. Lewis Washington is Allamy replacements from Europe heading for Vietnam will soon receive a special four Day Orien tation course at it. Lewis,wash., before they leave this country the army has announced. The course will include 16hours of training on the m16 Rifle local internal defense am Bush drills Jungle survival Field sanitation and lessons Learned i combat. At the present time All this is Given when replacement arrive in Vietnam. No Date was Given for the Start of the new training program. Who s who identical twins specs. 4 Tom left and Larry Engesether have people at the Hawaii mess Hull in a Stew when it conies to telling them apart. Army Phot

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