European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 26 1968, Page 9

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 26, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseA 1968 the stars and stripes Page f on Timeir Way at left a portion of the Advance party of the 24th inf div 520 soldiers and dependents boar aircraft at Munich for flight Back to the states. Sgt. Joseph h. Trimm Righta squad Leader in cob 1st in 19th inf briefs the first bus Load de parting Augsburg. Army photo signal in praised in exercise i Hoechst Germany special v corps signal officers Are pleased with the performance of the 32nd signal in in last week s seventh army Field training exercise Carrier communications worked very Well said f. Hill v corps signal operations officer. The Overall value of Carrier signal As a training exercise was of the eight Day exer Cise was to test the seventh army wide Field communications network. The 32nd signal in participated in the Field problem with a variety of other Susareu units. Special emphasis was placed on establishment an maintenance of Field communications and related equipment Hill explained. Commo systems tested an used by the v corps unit while m the Field were the uhf Tele phone am radio teletype pm radio combination radio wire transmission and air and motor messenger than 600 battalion Mem Bers participating in Carrier Sig Lej their Home Cavern i Hoechst Jan. 15 at 5 . Tin int the surrounding Countryside of land Hesse the v urps signalman set up equip ment and established Basic co awards Silver Star Wina q ? y c.pt49tn tactical Fly her legion of Merit ohnhept2inqen a col. Bronze Star Cut fit 8 sat 8q 7017th he Cen Orch _ col. Microbe Warrior Aad com unit fights unseen foe by Larry Crisma Kaiserslautern Germany special a Small army fighters is jousting daily with concealed contagion capable of carving crippling holes in the 32nd army air defense come s Aad com steel umbrella of air germ getting gladiators 180 of them compose the command s medical corps a stronger than dirt team of medics whose Mission is conserving the 32nd s 14,000-Man fighting Force. They Are responsible for pulling preventative Medicine on soldiers in their units. This Means they take proper Steps to eliminate unsanitary conditions and to prevent the spread of contagious disease. The filth fighting medical corps functions like a sterilizing spiral that starts at the com Mand surgeon s office and swirls out to every unit. The32nd Aad com. Capt. J. B. Pontz. Command surgeon Heads the sprawling medical system. It s his Job Tosee that the Multi pronged pro Gram functions the command surgeon s office Are three Brand office located at 69th, 10th and 94th arty group Headquarters. These sections serve As administrative link in the bacteria battling Chain is a group of medic assigned to each battalion. Nike Hercules battalions have 13 medics and Hawk battalions have 12. The battalion headquarter medical Branch office normally is manned by four or five medic who Are supervised by a staff soldiers control the med ical program at the unit s Bat teries. Each Battery is assigned two or three medics who Manan Aid station. One typical battalion medical ranch office is at 5th missile in 6th arty Headquarters Inbau Holder. It is headed by staff sgt. Vidal Carvajal jr., a31-year-old native of Corpus Christi tex., who has been inthe army medical corps for 14 , a former surgical technician at a Corpus Christ Hospital has supervised the 5th missile in. 6th arty s medical program for 31 months. His chief your guide to Good listening in the dec Friday american forces network the times listed for an programs Are Central european time news every hour om6 morning 1005 merely music request show 1030 Ira Cook 0630 new headline 1106 Silver Platter 0656 Road condition 1130 noon 1505 Date with Chrlot 2030 gun smok report 0700 the world to 0700 0790 morning request show0806 America pop Mulo 0830 Don Mcneil 0006 take ten 0015 Tempo 1640 new 2100 1646 youth Magazine witness,1716 youth discussing detective film politic1760 program schedule 1830 regional program 8010 report Magazine 1430 new 1431 cartoon 1500 the fugitive 1600 four o clock report1606 voyage to the Bottom of the Flea. 1606 the 1605to Nashville 1706 Jim Pewter show 1730 world Newt 1745 sport journal 1802 local Newt and sport 1810 evening request show 1905 the Young sound 2006 on the scene German to dangerous 1740 new 1760 sport1820 off duty Magazine 1855 Tammy the girl from the Houseboat Terles request show 1200 new an sports 1215 noon request show 1306 Art Linkletter 1315 adventure i Good music 1406 Small world 2150 new2206 report from Bonn 2220 an idea husband Oscar Wilde comedy 2055 Bui Veeck sport 2105 music in the air 2200 the world at 2200 2230 tonight show2310 a portrait 2315 John Doremus show 0005 Herman Griffith 0030 All that Jau second program 2000 Carl Schurz play 2130 Between Bach and beat 2210 foreign correspondent report Ramstein Wiesbaden Rhine main to 1701 the Addam 2001 Perry Mason 2240 late show i family 1730 Bobby lord 1801 Lilon air Power 1830 evening report 1000 Dick Van Dyke 1930 Green acre 2101 Hollywood Palace Milton Berle hosts 2200 ten o clock report 2215 the third Man yellow Western drank with Gregory Peck Richard Widmark Harry Morgan and Anne Baxter Choc pc sports Section and other pages for announcements of special broadcasts Job is to make sure his Batter medical program is operating at Peak is responsible for about 12 medics stationed at his Bat Talion s four batteries a direct support platoon and an Lith Ai defense signal in relay site. An average Crew of Carvajal medics work at Btry b. The Crew is composed of specs. 4larry Mclaren Michael Outwin and Leon Wyatt. Like other Bat Tery medics in the battalion their duties Are making routine checks of sanitation conditions and screening sick Call cases that crop up daily. We run a systematic Check of medical and sanitation conditions Here every Day says Check immunization records evacuation procedures the chlorine Content of the water Supply and condition of the la Trines and mess Wyatt says sick Call cases Are few at his unit but that he and his fellow medics do treat an prescribe treatment for soldiers with minor suffering from More serious maladies Are taken to Hahn air base Hospital a facility located about 20 Miles from Btry b. Rhein main school joins us Desea Rhein main a special the Rhein main school for Spe Cial education is now a part of the dependent school ceremonies were held in the office of the base commander col. Richard e. Tiede to officially Mark the Transfer of the school to the . Dependents school system Europe us Desaas a Pilot program in preschool special education. The Transfer includes the hiring of three present staff members mrs. Brenda Quinn administrator of the original program mrs. Mozell Booker preschool an primary grades teacher and mrs. Nancy Hoyman speech an language therapist. Classroom assistance is provided by base family services volunteers. The Center offers an Opportunity for assistance in physical so Cial emotional and academic growth to children whose disabilities Range from speech an hearing disorders to brain dam age mental retardation cerebral palsy and delayed development. Semba ii Germany special s. Sgt. Larry m. Hamm a Sembach air base weather observer has received a military Airlift come Pride Persona responsibility in daily Effort award. He also received letters of commendation from col. Thomas j. Arbogast 2ndweather Wing commander and maj. Francis w. Freeman det 20 compiled a 110 Page weather observer on the Job training program consisting of lesson plans test questions an answers. Mannheim Germany is spec. 4. Ronald a. Flowers he co 97th signal in has been named battalion Soldier of the month for january. The 24-year-old graduate of Oklahoma state University was awarded a $25 . Saving Bond an engraved trophy and a three Day pass. Darmstadt Germany Spe Cial t. Sgt. Joseph a. Ger Ard of Headquarters 6910thsecurity Wing has received the air Force Security service commander s Beaver award. He is the second 6910th support group member to earn the award. Ramstein Germany Spe Cia six Royal Canadian air Force members of the4th Allied tactical air Force Here received Centennial med als Canadian awards commemorating the one Hundredth anniversary of the confederation of Canada. Recognize for their valuable service to Canada were Wing com Mander l. J. Hill to r. J. Cook air vice marshal p. , sgt. G. F. C. Daze sgt. M. J. A. Gagnon and Cpl. 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