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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 24, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stapes Ial no limit on alien adoption German children Henry a Kraft. It. Germany fact demand for the German children 1 the Supply the to Emitero ministry of not plan to limit by aliens a ministry Aid her. Said he believe head the list owing for adoption out that while prot an Parent Are Gater to adopt a child _ mar unknown t Otu ally care Little about a treated the fact alien including Ameri in Germany Are help and make Persona land As a result they parents for an adopted Eekong to adopt a Ger Are prepared to give and the advantages of the spokesman said. Of this Many children Good Home. A other the minis wed it is More diff of alien adoptions to 4j�e child during a prow period which i necessary to Muff certain that Bot hand child Are doing in Ink fourth n in i it g irs in adopt Ion. The Zufu try Ald m an pm nement. With Greece. Japan leading -j9ss. 29 for it of All a till adopted i wet Gert Shny 1c americans Hie Tota Fig Utah year was 7.079 Nodop of which 2,245 were by Cartier the i Rurek did not include Berlin Toden . 1.319 i were adopted in 1958american, a 8ds Ktut Offart Murrau counted for 42 per cent or 554 of 1959, the total of adoptions by alien in ?n-wu0rmcmberg was .18.4 per ministry indicated that the number of adoptions of German children by alien i higher than desirable. The fact that the aver age of alien adoption in Southern Germany is so much higher than the average in the Federal Republic believed due. The ministry spokesman said to the american families stationed in this area who Are eager to adopt children. Advanced Public relations i r -. Open to army officers Xvi Liazis Heidelberg Germany special an eight week advanced Public relations course open to qualified army officers and civilian information personnel will be held at the University of wis Consin june in aug. 12. Usa eur he has an goal of this advanced schooling is to better equip information personnel to Deal with the sociological political and communications problems re lated to information duties at the policy making level officials wild. The curriculum encompasses four areas of study principles of communication and analysis of Public opinion philosophy and process of Public relations Public relations Cage studies and practical work in radio and television programming. Officers should apply by letter officials instructed through channels to the chief of information at Tention Cinfo Ppd department of the army Washington 25, do. Direct communication is authorized Between applicants and the chief of information. It was pointed out. Each application should include the applicant s name Grade Date of rank and service number his present information assignment or. If not currently assigned in the information Field both present assignment and desired information assignment with the Date the information tour coulis begin resume of his military and civilian schooling and any additional comments which the applicant believes should be weighed in the consideration of misapplication. Officer applicants must have a minimum of four years service remaining before retirement and will be expected to Complete a tour of duty of at East one year in the information Field after taking this course ,.,- ? applications from civilian personnel will be governed by car t4. Introduction to a missile sergeant answers a to of draft Board a Jojn by Bob hover ads Munich Bureau a v Nuernberg. Germany is old soldiers never die they just fade away so far away that even their draft boards lose track of the that quipped m fit Charles m. Johnson Nuernberg Post ploy Assn. Tes dinner Adan Germany i ra11 hold ten Milf Tull Din a at the general von Stu own i March h. J in a will in Brig i. Safe Deputy chief i Suff lot for a nil. Okie on in 14 col Georgi h. I Otlman jr., Ottar or of the 587th tactical m unlit up. At s much air Riiho Ger Many. Bran Alma Vinyl Tad Raint can a during an orientation tour to Fourr better understanding in Iwin ii the military and German Industry. Air Kore i i Hoto major. I the latest twist to that old and familiar Ballad. Johnson not so old at thai he s Justinas Boon dubbed by hex Draff Board Back in Knoxville,tcnn., us a possible draft dodger. After i years and eight months in the service the Board wants to know what lie s up to. Actually since being drafted on May a j. 194ij, lie s been up to finite n bit including an exercise with the 3rd army in France bely Ulm and Germany during world War if. Johnson has been Busy Soldier ing and he plans to continue in the same Lino. He n on listed in decent apr for six More years. Except for a 20 Day relapse into civilian life right after world War a Johnson is been in the army since answering that first draft Call. It s a Good army and. It s get Ting he said the pay is Tarzana wins hearts at 97th Hospital Fly Jack Cami Ukia Rali is May lie made by no John Ward. Twi a Iii 22420 Cost of the dinner Mylei thadell chapter rear Tan 1959, id an affiliate of he federation which has civilian government Emilor the Post 44 years Trail Trembe Raholp exceeds include engineers Doc and cleric typists. To chapter includes Mem Ned in Germany France j kingdom. Turkey North j Frankfurt tar Runn fins wot the hot of Doc Tor Nurys n n d it Dichl 1 writers living to the we Bruecken area Are being sought to form Branch club of the armed forces writers league. Interested persons Are invited to attend any meeting of the Zuelee units top 32nd arty qualifying tests a at turn a e r m a n y three Flat teries of they Brig have qualified 100 of their personnel a Mimi Lemen official an Here. Men in the Balerie a Cunlif Lyntton test with Jbf 78 or better. 9th arty units which Reg perfect qualify Capon Marks were Btry a 4th missile in commanded by capt Clinton w. Austin Btry a 5th my Nile in commanded by capt Cal Van f. Gingrich and Bury c. 5th missile i3n, con funded by copt Leonard of alien. -. The 100- or cent qualification records indicate that every Mem Ber of the batteries can Man one or More positions in launcher or fire control areas. Other 6th arty units reporting High qualification Murks were Btry d. 4th missile in with 97 Jer cent and Btry a 5lh missile in. And Btry a 4th missile in each with 93 per cent. The 5th missile in 6th Artzt had the highest average for a Bat Talion with 81 per cent. Bruecken group which meets tues Days at 7 . At the Idle hour service club Here. They also May Contact t sgt Dwayne w. Lee of the 6901st special communications up at Civ 59142. As part of the armed forces writers league the club will offer manuscript criticism by profession Al writers a marketing service a lending Library on writing techniques discounts on Many writers magazines and books and will per Mit participation in an organized writers course. The club in open to All Ameri can personnel whether with the armed forces or not Lee said. At least six a croons Are needed to organize a Branch and the four founding members Hope to establish clubs both in we Bruecken and . Better than it used to be and the equipment has improved. The Soldier today has1 it a lot belter than we used to have May not realize it hut he s spent More time with the army in Europe he s been share 9% years in four hitches than most of his draft Board members have served at their jobs. They just sent me a Little Greet ing he said. They said the records indicate that due to the Date of my birth i now was Eli Gible far the polite and considerate fellow Johnson has answered the query. Now the Board knows what Hap pens to old soldiers. Its records should to straight. \ Hanau Council holds meeting by Bob Ore Bakli. Staff writer Hanau. Germany is members of the German american crime prevention Council Here agreed that pass restrictions for american troops in this area had curbed incidents and should be continued. The Council composed of German police chiefs in the Hanau Bue Dingen area and american troop commanders meets monthly hereto discuss Mutual problems. A Council spokesman revealed that the number of German Amer ican incidents and the Accident rate declined by one third since after Midnight puns restrictions were initiated last september. During a discussion of the Accident rate German police pointed out that they Felt american servicemen and their dependents were More safety conscious Driver than germans. Pitburg unit takes training to airmen Pitburg Germany is the 38th tactical missile Wing son the Job training Section faced with servicing units spread far and wide is taking training to the airmen what with training manuals charts and other equipment it was difficult for sgt Christopher j. Mccarty Coic of the Section and his men to achieve their mis Sion. They put their Heads together and came up with a solid Solu Tion a Mobile out vat the von is Complete with a Library of training manuals we Tia place to do research and even has a prepared briefing on a tape recorder

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