European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jul 18 1968, Page 7

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 18, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes a straight fall. Pago 7 British icelandic forces schedule exercise Odiham behind tide lines a hot Sun fells a Soldier standing at Parade rest during v corps 50th birthday celebrations at Frankfurt. Bui notice How he does t let the momentary letdown affect his ramrod straight position Rifle and All. Is photo by Grandy London is British army paratroopers will join units of the Iceland defense Force for an exercise on the rugged terrain of nato s North Atlantic stepping Stone july 23-31. To be called Odiham the exer Cise will give the Iceland defense i Force a Chance to work with other nato troops and will expose . Troops to the Tough terrain of Iceland. More than 200 members of the16th Parachute brigade will be 1 flown to Kef Lavik the Home base 1 of the Iceland defense Force forthe exercise. Their vehicles and two helicopters will be sent fro the . By sea. Wuerzburg Germany Spe Cial the 3rd inf div has announced Headquarters Levelzo Annand changes. It. Col. George m. Gallagher adjutant general has candidly a camera fan High Wycombe sergeant wound up on Hobby 1__ � of. 3 Al vat 14 t Rrt s.1 /4rt 4 for to Al c t by Bob Hoyer is . Bureau chief High Wycombe England is when t. Sgt Ferno and his five children embark on a picture taking expedition there s no shortage of cameras to stymie , they have a Choice of 13 cameras. That s the Humberto the Hinderliter collection and if the sergeant has anything today about it there will be Many Hope to add As Many Cam eras to the group As i can stamp collectors offered Deal at Berlin Volk fest Berlin special stamp collectors visiting uie eighth German american Volk fest will Nave the Opportunity to Send mail with a special cancellation restly from the Volk fest Vil Lage. Through the German bundles Post a special Post office will be established at the will sell German Stamps have a Bunde Spost mall drop an take registered letters postcards and Small parcels. For those who Nave German postal savings accounts deposits and withdrawalsw5 be possible. For the philatelists who Donot want to mail any letter Spe Cial postcards will be available which will feature the special Volk fest cancellation. Handle he said with a gesture toward two cases filled with a curious collection of lenses. I got started in this Hobby by placing an advertisement in a British paper. The response was surprising. I was offered Cam eras from the most unusual sources. In some cases i did t have to anything for the 35-year-old sergeant a native of Webb City mo., began searching for a new Hobby shortly after being assigned to the 322nd air div he at Hig Wycombe England. I be always been a tinkerer a fellow who likes to work with his hands. This provides me witha Chance to fulfil that need. Some of the cameras herein bad shape when i picked them up. But i now have most of themis working order. By trial and error i find out How they work. New i m loading my own Black and White film and have purchased an in for Best results Hinderlite ruses a modern 35-mm japanese in 9th arty hosts Field artillery course Gjessen Germany special v corps 6th in. 9th arty has asted the eighth class of the held artillery digital automatic computer Sadac operator an maintenance course Here. &0.ie lasses held in the River sacks 8ym, were attended by or listed personnel and 3rd army div 8tatiqne 1 or Model but the oldest cameras inthe collection and they Date from 1899, will still take , the most unusual camera is a miniature that uses16-mm Roll film. A Large number of camera sin the collection which includes mostly British american an japanese models Are of the Bel lows Type. When Hinderliter took up his new Hobby he introduced it to his five children Jerry 14, Mary,13, Carla 12, Craig 10, and Kathy 8. Scots Campaign to save Argyll Highlander regt Edinburgh Scotland a Scotland has launched a fight to j save one of its proudest old regi-1ments, the legendary Argyll and Sutherland Green kilted Argyll Are due for disbandment under de sense cuts announced last week. Civic leaders immediately announced a protest petition and said they aimed at .100,000 Sig natures. The Argyll led by the Wail of 15 bagpipers fought their most recent Battle last year i quelling guerrillas in the Furnace heat of Aden s notorious crate District. A Highlander was the first British Soldier to win the Vic Toria Cross Britain s highest military Honor during the korean War. Highlanders fought the Stern gang in Palestine in 1948, crushed the Indian Mutiny a Lucknow in 1857, and held the thin red line at Balaclava inthe Crimea in 1854. One of the regiment s officer said we intend to keep fight hold itt when t. Sgt Perno c. Hinder later of the 322nd air div a at High Wycombe England or any of his five children on a picture taking spree they have at their disposal 33r ing Soldier of the month Mannheim Germany Spe Cial spec. 4 Thomas m. Ters Tenyak of co a 26th signal in has been selected As seventh army communications come Soldier of the month. Been reassigned to the army command and general staff College at it. Leavenworth Kan. He will be replaced by maj. Edwin w. Gannon from Sarteur Headquarters. It. Col. Robert Little fro the student detachment of the army War College Carlisle Barracks pa., will be replacing it. Col. John l. Insani assistant chief of staff g3, who is awaiting orders. It. Col. Orlando Ortiz Moreno division chemical officer has replaced it. Littlestone assistant chief of staff g4. Littlest Nehas been reassigned to the army Security Agency i Washington. Capt. Stephen e. Oldfield formerly assistant division chemical officer has takeover from Ortiz Moreno. Maj. Charles e. Lytle for Mer 3rd inf div assistant in Spector general has replace maj. Fred e. Elam As Deputy chief of staff. Elam has been reassigned to the command and general staff College. It. Col. Jack Benson Divi Sion surgeon has been reas signed to he and he det 31stmedical group in Darmstadt. His replacement it. Col. Joser. Salcedo is from the com Mand and general staff col lege. It. Col. Peter s. Lent assistant division chaplain has been reassigned to Nort Baden District Headquarters. Maj. Robert l. Knowlton will replace him. Worms Germany special chaplain col Theodore Lowicz has been named staff chaplain for com z. He succeeds chaplain it col Leonard f. Steg Man who has been Reass Gnedas command chaplain of the army air defense come agent air Force base Colo. I Iraklion Crete special six 6931st Security group services office personnel have received the a safes Beaver trophy and outstand ing Section award. Those receiving the award for the Sec Tion were t. Sets. Walter Greer j. H. Newsom David Kelley j. K. Bardsley and cats. Harold Burre and Deni Yamashita. � Mannheim Germany Spe Cial _ it took a Little less than fifteen minutes for t h Deputy commanding general of Usa eur and s e v e n t Harmy to be shown How swiftly his tactical communication platoon can be set up a n d made operational in the Field. The speedy demonstration began with a first time visit by it. Gen. John a. Ile Intges and col. John h. Morrison jr., commanding officer seventh army communications come to a new communications Complex Here on c o 1 e Inan Barracks. At the site the group was Given a tour and briefing by 97th signal in commander it. Col. Joseph de Marsche and personnel Manning it. Afterwards hint is made a Call from his personal Field jeep to his tactical communications platoon

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