European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 20 1962, Page 9

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 20, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseA 11 the St mtg and stripes Ives Holiday voters Bureau the life often All House tto Notony of Anahy wives have de recreation schemes these schemes Are recreation Cen s resorts at Chi Emsee and Garmisch found a Refuge routine. 1 seem As pleased guests As the with the exclusively facilities offered them. The Best Type of guest quiet and courteous is the Way one hotel uppers too added service centers Haverly popular in the skiing skating and Alpine grandeur Are lures. Chores May be for Tell recreation area. Only thing resembling the unpacking of a suit else is taken care of recreation areas which playgrounds nurseries service at a Low visits to the centers Man to ski. Participate in historic and Bavaria s Sunshine to i by mistake of course May gather in their hotel Ridge. Hoider offers beit award folder. Germany and six enlisted men Are working to Light hour a Day. Five Days a week with heavy equipment to full in swamp lot which measure 130 Yards by 190yards. J working with Hillbrant Are spas Hehry Milts Glenn Skinner an William Bel Helm and pics Eugene Ivey Charles Peth grew and Joelynne Josef Leler. Mayor of Ober Hausen has expressed his sincere thanks to the americans. Without them said the sports Fiel would be impossible because of the Lack of , Germany special fourteen Drivers from the 513thtrans co have received safety awards for driving 118,000 Accident and incident free miles.sp4 Charles e. Jackson received a 30,000-mile award. Sp4 John 3. Terry pfc Lamle a Jackson pfc William a. Gurley pfc Kenneth scooper and pfc Rodney a Arcen Eaux were presented with 8,000-mile awards. 1 sp4 Mac a. Luckett sp4 ther Mon Henry sp4 Raymond Ford sp4 Francesco Arpaio pfc Roberte. Atkins pfc Robert Balestrero pfc Bobby Marbutt and pfc signal service see Kenneth Payne trick chief at the Naco tape relay Tenter Frankfurt Mads income tape to Sec Willie Groff Coic run Multi million pol i or operation at right Gir signal service unit which has providing Al and maintenance support for Ilie responsibility of wire radio Pictor Viacom not lakes care of unit Here but also works in 12 a fists 13 sub posts and with assigned i attached and Lodge units in an area exceeding 22,500 quart Miles perhaps a better illustration of tour guide to Good listening in the dec listed or Jusme pro Fravis arc Central european time tuesday american forces thu find Lent tilt Ati Uhl Shan 1215 i i Taima Numi in Orta ii we met Iii Wie i a a what hts ims manat annal i i hour a walk tells at Firta l7m.cahaani 7m fill to Curt 1745 sats Alki ii my la tilt Manl Dijon a. Of Rbt Isu of Mavi it tra of a Sims Seiil my Clayal Zakal 2011 set Allan t20 mtr Tana hit 2i� a Cru 22w Nat Saar i a tithe 2110 oat Clina Crapa 2zji set 8�lt 22 a Tuan Ftfe Dir ims Staal Haar we tatar the huge task facing the Naco Signa leers comes from the fact that they have More fact Llilas than Al most three of the Continental . The Frankfurt signal Del is the largest of the unit s outfits which Are broken Down into Telephone exchanges ape relay centers Pho to laboratories film libraries and search set at Paris Uso by Morton to Gud Kakoi is Purin Bureau Paris is the Uso club in Paris Hus added a special for the 150.000 service personnel who Cross its threshold every year. The club staff now functions As the officially appointed coordinating Agency in Serviceman und fam ily search cases which frequently arise wife arrives in Paris Ted her husband Cun t be there to meet her. Since october when the cutback in authorized dependents travel to Europe was put in effect there Hai e. Been numerous cases of missed connections Between Hus band and wife it air and rail terminals. These usually occur on week ends when most neen cies serving the military Are closed. At a recent meeting attended by col Paul Jeffrey Seine area come co. And representatives of the air Force the Uso and major airlines it was decided to make the Uso the Central Point for handling such cases since the club is open every Day of the year. Maintenance and Supply centers. There Are a total of 37,484 Tele phones installed in Naco with 78 dial exchanges. One third of the command s Telephone service is controlled from the . Farben building Here with 22 exchanges coming from the seventh floor Central Exchange. In the tape relay Center established in the basement of the head quarters building approximately 40,000 messages per month Are processed by machines sending 60 words per s largest tape relay Cen Ter is also within the Bounds of Acom this being located to Pir and coming directly under army communications. Tout students honoured tour France special Twenty three students at the tour Ros Leres Junior High school made the Honor Roll and honorable men Tion for the first semester. Named students of the semester were Kathleen Ford Roy Parker and Tom Rotkis. All messages coming into Bur must first relayed through Here. Work to Airfield air to ground communications at Naco s 25 airfields Are tin additional function for the six Sig Nal detachments in the command. At nearby Hedder Nheim. Naco runs one of the largest film libraries in the world containing Over 4.000 films. The films take i practically every phase of military technology. A projectionist school is also held Here with 45 live Day classes be graduated every year. Groups of in or 17 students attend each class. The Naco film Laboratory is Alao set up in Hedder Nheim withal Frankfurt area pictorial serv ices stemming from there. 36 at Spang Dahlen get eci diplomas Span Dahlem Germany special one of the largest groups of personnel at Spang Dahlum to have completed Exten Sion course Institute studies was announced recently by education 34 airmen and two officers received their diplomas. The 49th Materiel Section had 26men finishing while operations and services had six and four respectively. Theodora a gains received 6,000 mlle , Germany Spe if Cal Ivy Benson s Augeri or Chest entertained the patient Sand staff of the 98th general hos Pital Here with a program ranging from the classical to the latest Rock and Roll the English girls Are presently touring the continent playing a officer no and clubs with Spain their next Stop. Sub Mach Germany special Brig Gen Thomas King legislative advisor to the Reserve officers assn., visited Here. He was accompanied by col Milton t. Han Kins director of Active duty affairs Europe Roa. They met col Daniel c. Brawner 38th air base up commander Annj b. Lkrause base staff judge advocate. During the me e 11 a King stressed the need for additional membership in Roa. Which represents the needs of military personnel in Congress. Mainz Germany special officers and non commissioned offi cers of the local military units have received a course of instruction to air to ground operations Given by it col f. P. Halley director of the school at Ramsten. Through the use of slides and films Halley demonstrated How the air Force would blend in with army tactical needs during combat also emphasized the need for army commanders to be aware of at Force support capabilities and How it can be obtained through a new operations system. 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