European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Nov 14 1967, Page 9

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 14, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseTuesday november 14, 1967 the stars and stripes Page 9 dutch allies get briefing by marines Oesterberg the nether lands special a team of instructors from the Marine corps educational Center Marine corps schools Quantico va., recently presented a seminar on amphibious studies to a group of almost 200 Netherlands Mili tary officers from the Royal Netherlands marines army Navy and air Force. Every two years quantic presents a study of the latest amphibious techniques to our european allies. Included in the studies Are All phases of an amphibious operation from an initial Survey of the fictional situation through logistical plan Ning to a final question period where Allied officers question the Marine team on detail of the operation to gain a clearer under standing. Held in doom this year s study session washed at the Royal Netherlands Marine Barracks in doom. The seminar was opened with introductory remarks by the director of the Marine corps educational Center maj. Gen. Paul j. Fon Tana who introduced the seminar team Captain col. Lincoln . Other speakers were w. Clift Iii us it. Col. James r. Priddy usic . F. R. Harper jr., usic maj. Richard m. Foster usic maj. John b. Morris usic maj. James l. Compton usic and capt. John j. Schreibner usic. The team speakers were sup ported by slides and film strips shown by enlisted training aids assistants from Quantico. Sembach Germany special for the second consecutive year . Robert m. Mat son will be project officer for this base s annual benevolent fund drive for needy military families. Drive proceeds will be Given to needy families of the Host 603rd air base Wing and base tenant units. The drive ends dec. 15. Matson is sergeant major of the 603rd Usan dispensary. 1 membership drive red Cross a look to Stuttgart Germany special this week has been designated As american red Cross youth member ship enrolment week in dependent schools in Europe. The 1967 enrolment week occur during the 50th anniversary year of red Cross youth programs said Robert e. Foiles director of american red Cross youth activities in Europe. Red Cross youth programs were for Mally organized in 1917. During enrolment week students will be offered the Opportunity to join hospitalized Public service projects announced the formation of the red and school beautification. Youth members of the american red Cross prepare Friendship kits for distribution to refugee children i South Vietnam and to other children affected by natural disasters. The kits include toys school materials and Small health items. The red Cross youth also Send taped messages let ters and Christmas cards to hospitalized . Servicemen in South Viet Nam these Young red Cross members can receive red Cross training in first Cross youth programs on sept. 15, 1917, he told school children the american red Cross has just pre pared a Junior membership with school activities in which every Pupil in the United states can find a Chanceton serve our country. The school is the natural Center of your life. Through it you can Best work in 1ho great cause of Freedom president Johnson commended the Rod Cross youth on its 50th anniversary in september. He said when the first student members rallied be As youth members of the red Cross Aid water safety and Home nursing. Henci the red Cross Banner they in and to support red Cross youth some members participate in annual Vigo rated and strengthened a Trade projects in american schools Foiles International red Cross conferences lion of in parallel civic and human explained. For youth in Sweden Germany and tarian Endeavor. Those who follow in the projects include information sex Turkey. They also work with Host the righteous path of these Youngchang programs with foreign schools i a us of to /., Volunteer service in military medical facilities Holiday festivities for the nation red Cross youth in joint president Woodrow Wilson pioneers enrich that tradition by each selfless a grudging service to driving an eighth of a mile in t just a sunday drive by Ray Wright staff writer Ramstein Germany is careening around a circular con Crete track keeping an Eye out for Fellows who want to slide up behind and steal your pole Posi Tion fighting for control on the curves and taking a beating where you sit Down from the Joggle Jolt of the eighth of a Mil course is not everyone s idea of sunday , for Micro midget racing fanatics it s not Only fun it s the Only Way to spend a Sun Force sgt. Robert m. Sieg Fried a member of the Ramstein rampages just completing his second year of racing has string of wins for 1967 that s icing on the the race itself is fun he said. I started in 1966 an went the season without a trophy. Then this year i is a mild Way of say ing he s the rampages top Point Winner in class b races both at Ramstein and Hahn. He won string of 14 trophies for six Lap tuesday american forces network the times listed for an programs Are Central european time dashes and one for High Point Man in class b. He also picked up around $250 in Cash for the20, 30 and 40-Lap go arounds. The Cash was for first place finishes in six 20-Lap, eight 30 Lap and seven 40-Lap races. Heals won 10 first place fast times three second place and one third. He came in second in six 20-lappers, five 30-lappers and three 40-lappers besides taking third place in one each 20 and 30 rappers and two 40-lappers. His closest competitor is . D. Auclair rampage presi Dent with eight trophies won i class a races. Siegfried races in class b consists of single car Buret or equipped cars running on gasoline. Class a consists of All other engine and fuel combinations and twin Carburettor Gogo , a helicopter Mechanic assigned to det. 4 Atlantic aerospace Rescue and recovery Center Here drives Slick looking red and Black no. 47 which he rebuilt himself. He put in a new engine and applied a new skin to the midget car. He does his own mechanical work and keep the racer tinkered to a High de Gree of efficiency. Your brakes have to be not Only Good but excellent he said. And the steering must at the beginning of the season Siegfried said his arms were usually tired from gripping the wheel and mane vering the turns but by the end of the season Heddin t experience any fatigue. Of course the class b car shave Springs which makes a difference. You really know you be had a race driving a class a without is already planning ahead for next year hoping his assignment will take him to a base where they have a Micro midget track. He intends to acquire a class a car so Pecan race in both classes. Musical set for staging in Rhineland bad Kreuz Nach Germany special the Rhineland District entertainment workshop and the bad Kreuz Nach Community have combined their talents and resources to produce the smash hit musical comedy the Panama this Lively contemporary Story of Lalyn management conflict As Well As labor management Romance takes place in a mid Western Panama factory that seems to have More than its share of Wacky Panama game full of wonderfully singable songs an melodies such As hey there steam heat Small talk and Hernando s hideaway leaves audiences Happy hum Ming and tapping their toes. Stage direction is by ton Losco Mainz subdistrict entertainment director music direction and arrangement is by Kenneth g. Beidl. 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Tip to i tank10hsthese soldiers Are the Best tank Crew in the 3rd Armel i a Heyt am from Trooy i1st so. They earned the Are Are Spee. 4s William a 1 of loader Dennis soil drive Hoger a. Cross Gumpei and. Stone tank . They Bruce honors for being the Best this year. From left Stone in front of Llu in Lank 1 12. Are army

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