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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 28, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseAmerican women s activities United kingdom or. Rek Hordt chairman of american Wom dirt cubs the London and at installations tic United kingdom a Fol gather at the cd Tamta lab and Douglas House London Tor the eighth animal conference at to America women activities the United of Tipfer Tawa Obj Hatch oar into Al heritage"1 has been Cho for the theme according to mrs Robert i a Dehardt of Che Veaton. It a Fol be carried continuing need for greater Unity and Mutual ten Derstad been Anglo american relations was the Board As influential in ebola eng this year s theme. Luncheons. Into tag one with a fashion Straw and a Toor of the new embassy bonding in Grosvenor Square Are also of a Agenda. = every american women s dub is the us is eligible to and delegates to to conference and any Dob which Bas not been contacted can receive further information by writing their area represents uht Fel to at no Vuci hstw1 detox. Members of the Board for the Awa us conference in code Chu Ieman mrs. Robert j. Fickhardt. Wife of the has executive officer at Chelveston where they have been stationed nearly three years. A speech Cor real zionist with a degree from the College of the Pacific she taught in South Caro Lina California and Japan where she met her husband while teaching at Tachikawa a. Former pres Ideal vice president and committee chairman of her local club she served a est area representative and publicity chairman at last year s Confer ence. She worked As a Gray lady in Texas and Kansas As we As at Chelveston Joseph j. Colasuonno whose husband maj Colasuonno is chief of labs and non appropriated funds at High Wycombe. Special social activities chairman and former treasurer of her local dab mrs. Colasuonno has been Active a 3trl scout work since arriving la to us a september. 1969. She also served with family services at West Over fab. O the wife of the Deputy base commander at Chelveston. Mrs. George d. Rawlings is parliamentarian and advisor of the Chelveston own and coordinator of the base family services office. A red Cross nurses aide. She at tended Central state College in okla homa and Ata dated from the okla. Col lege or women in Chickasha Taka Ottber mrs. Lee m. Givens wife of a technical sergeant in the 20th tac fighter Wing is also hospitality chair Man of the we Piersfield no wives club. Which she has also served As president and publicity chairman. She attended Fuu Erion Junior College in California since her arrival to the us in january. 1959. She has made Many visits to a local Home for the Blind sponsored by her club. Historian mrs. Myles w. By easter wife of a retired air Force colonel was chairman of the first us conference and holds the permanent Post of historian. She has also served five terms on the Sawae Cawa Board As an officer of the Wiesbaden officers wives our and As chairman of the Wiesbaden Getman american women s club Wes Abka i Esb Tati a mrs. Robert p. Fan wife of the personnel serv Leea officer at Greenham common will also serve As registration chairman. Parliamentary advisor and former presi Dent of her Dob mrs. Sauzek Bas worked with family services at maj Sauzek s As they were stationed at my conned fab in Wichita Kan before com ing to Greenham common lit october i960, and previously served on Guam. North Abea mrs. Richard Al Fuller will also serve As conference recorder her second year at both posts. Retiring president of the Scuhthorpe no wives club she Stu become ways and Means chairman. During s sgt Fuller s previous assignments at St. John s and Fortune Bay in. Her native Newfoundland she worked with the wives club. Red Cross and family services Bast Meav Public Ltd for the Confer ence win be handled by mrs. John w. Trezise wife of the Deputy Materiel director at 10th tac econ Wing he Alconbury. Prior to it col Trezise s assign ment to Alco Taury in november 1960, they lived in Tachikawa Japan and in Dayton. Ohio where mrs. Trezise was Active As a red Cross Volunteer. Southeast area a newcomer to the Board mrs. Thomas z. Mara whose husband in director of personnel at 81st Ritac fighter Wing a i Ben Waters has been a Volunteer worker with girl scouts Gray ladles and cub scouts in Bermuda and. In Falls Church a. She attended Wilson teachers College and the Washington school for secretaries ton d.c., and worked five years with the methodist Church Board of Temperance. They were previously stationed in. Ber Muda and have lived in Ben Waters since september 1960. " a Lonbon area mrs. Gordon f. Ware wife of the chief of protocol at 3rd of he South Ruislip we also be in charge of hospitality and arrangements. A Grad uate of the University of Wisconsin she has worked with the red Cross and spot Ter committees at capt Ware s stateside stations jo1wt services wife of the army element chief. Military assistance advisory group. Us. Mrs. Jacob k. Rippert will represent the joint services. Of flyers wives club of which she is president. A Katharine Gibbs graduate she was presi Dent of the Quarry Heights women s club in the canal zone daring one of col rip pert s previous assignments and has worked As & red Cross Volunteer. They have lived in London since August i960. Advis oits mrs. Charles d. Mcdaniel wife of a managing partner of the euro continued on Page is col. 1 mrs. Mcdaniel mrs. Sauzek mrs. Ware the stars and stripes sunday

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