The Anniston Star from Anniston, Alabama on July 27, 1967 · Page 18
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The Anniston Star from Anniston, Alabama · Page 18

Anniston, Alabama
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Thursday, July 27, 1967
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4-B ITfc Afttltatmt flat Thursday, July 27, 1W7 FORT and personal honor. He worked dilligently and tirelessly to acquaint himself with his responsibilities and accomplished his duties in an ex-emDlarv manner. He was cited talion, Republic of Vietnam. Ireland Gets Medal M-Sgt. James B. Ireland, operations and security sergeant m the programs and ad- Officer Russell B. Bengston at Center tending the Chemical Basic Course here. t j Headquarters July 19 by Lt. Col (Continued from Psgt M) officer of Company 0, U; S. Women'! Army Corps Training He is married to the former i William T. Lipscomb, director i-i ! ;r-' TT7T) for his outstanding performance Battalion, was promoted to Cap Miss Cynthia Gale Teller of New w personnel York City They have two! Sergeant Bengston earned the children: Jodi Ann. 6; and edal for service as personnel of duty during various ln-iminisiruuum miti i spectlons conducted by hignerjs. Army uinum y"' headquarter,, and through hisjmmwrf CBR Agency twr.nn. rhri- s fantain sergeant Noble Army Hospital, v....v, -r-i- , . ,. and enlisted evaluation Frank and bis family reside at efforts he earned the respect iuaftmvn,, y "; Quarters S52S-A Church Road on nd admiration of his superiors me Army wimiiic.iuaM fi tain at a ceremony in Munson HallJulyJO. Maj. Allca E. Cooper, assistant S3 In the Women's Army Corps Center, pinned the double bars on Captain Hess' epaulets. A native of Hopkmsville, Ky., Captain Hess received a direct commission as a first lieutenant (See Fort on Page 10-B) and subordinates. ' the reservation Sergeant Bengston has since supervisor, office of the chief of the center personnel division, from April 19Qfl to June 1967. Sergeant Bengston was cited aj "an' exemplary noncommissioned officer who maintained the highest standards of LAST tilGHT departed for a new assignment with Headquarters Company, Medal Pre tented 5th Maintenance Support Bat- The Army Commendation was presented to SFC bearing and conduct, integrity being Medal Mary in October 1964 after graduated from iiimiuifrtieM!G3 Suapenie Twin Color They Trained Them . . . tolled Thfm . . . Armed Them . . . Then They Turned Them Loose! I First! Bsbes Bulled UCTION AKfMIHHYMANPROD Washington College in Fredericksburg, Va., with a bachelor of arts degree. Prior to her present assignment, she was a communications watch officer at the U.S. Naval Com-munications Station, Washington, D. C. TV's Spy Cycle Eliding As Fall Lineups Viewed By RICK DJ BROW ' disappeared from prime time. HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -The The only programs that might James Bond spv cycle on technically qualify as belonging television is all but dead in the to this area are a couple of low Secreiaries Tour What's o ittli bullet between fripnik? taste entries on Abc-rv, rne Dating Game" and "The Newlywed Game," which have coming season. Virtually the only remaining all-out entry in this field is PROMOTION FOR LUTZ Gold leaves for newly promoted Me). Charles M. Lutz are pinned on by his wife, Barbara, and Col. Edwin G. Pike, commandant, U. S. Army Chemical Center and School. Major Luti Is chief of the Health Physics Office at the school. (U. S. Army Photo) Some M secretaries from the U.S. Army Chemical Center and : School. 23 of whom are summer i employes, toured the U.S. WAC Center and School July 19. At the first stop Chaplain (Major) Don L. Bartley gave a From not done Parllcularly we" in the NBC-TV's "The Man key night hours. IINfl.F" CRS-TV's "Mis m hat got to know in I A successful situation come i ... Ml tallill iii imiii NBC-TV hour. ins ar; ivAnriiGM "I Spy" come ay- 01 course, w a very, rpf-pnt rah of profitable item. Therefore, thej briefing on the WAC Chapel and 1 lY4 fc- But the chapel activities. utttiM mill inm JIM fast other imitations has done a .Lut! Spy Drama networks would like to find new successes in this area to get in San m tip m I nmimlhn iii i iui riim hi METROCOIOR Faith Hall, which houses the WAC School, was the next point on the tour. Lt. Col. Joan M. Ulrich, Director of Instruction, gave a briefing on th functions of the school to include the fade. Looking at the new fall schedule, in fact, one is struck at how network television has come full circle in its series on the loot brought m by such shows as the Lucille Ball and Andv Griffith series, and "Family Affair" and "The Beverly Hillbillies" and "Green Acres" and "Get Smart" and "flrtmnr Dula" a n A "R. in Feature Start: 12:35, 3:15, 5:55 And 8:35 P.M. NOW PLAYING For outside of movies and the courses taught and the foreign entertainment, .tnriant nrnomm i the many old 3 J". ... j rnf Ruriur Rmwn rhief i remaining situation 5 ' witched," all of which will be riprifai Training Rrnnrh pve the schedule is loaded heavily Kriofino An fUrinoi i-Binino with westerns, police and Color r V A 9 activities Action JW. A. back. The only weekly news hour In prime time continues to be on CBS-TV, on Tuesdays. The regular, half-hour news series "ABC ScoDe" continues on1 detective series, and variety shows. Westerns Numerous The westerns are numerous. Munson Hall, home of WAC Training Battalion Head-auarters. was the next stop. 'A J' : He i n Jf' ft f ... I- Sforts Tomorrow 1st Anniston Showing "Cowboy in Caot. Lena Laurea. operations i They Include Saturdays. And NBC-TV, which last season had no regularly- WILD ADVENTURE . . . INTERNATIONAL INTRIGUE! scheduled weekly public affairs' series in prime time, will) alternate news programs with ! the "Telephone Hour" musical) documentaries on Friday nights! in the coming season. I and training officer, gave a slide i Africa," "me Big vauey, presentation on basic training. "Gunsmoke," "Custer," "Dun-After the presentation, Capt. dee and the Culhane," "The Marcia L. Rinkel, commanding! Virginian," "Cimmaron Strip," officer, Company A, W A C "Daniel Boone," "Hondo," "The Training Battalion conducted a Guns of Will Sonhett," "The tour of her company. W i 1 d, W i 1 d W e s t," "Iron Final stop on the tour was the Horse," "Bonanza" and "The Edith Nourse Rogers Museum High Chapparal." where Mrs. Lester H. Clark, The police and detective i curator f the museum, gave a series, meanwhile, include "The j briefing on the museum and its Felony Squad," "N.Y.P.D." contents. (.New York Police Department), 1 Lt. Col. Janet E. Ziegler, "Ironside," "Dragnet," "Man-operations ahd training officer, 1 nix" and "The FBI." the Ration's JfjllMlruif Sti ty plyBround " lihSSiL, FRANK PROMOTED Newly promoted Capt. Andrew K. Frank, an Instructor in the Radiological Branch Technical Division of the U. S. Army Chemical Center and School, geU new silver bars from his wife, Cynthia. (U. S. Army Photo) WAC Battalion, was tour direc And among the variety shows that used to be so popular, and tor. WINNER OF ffi ACADEMY AWARDS INCLUDING m i SB! J are having a renewal of i success, are the weekly hours of Carol Burnett, Red Skelton, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Lawrence Welk, Jackie Gleason, Ed Sullivan and the Smothers Brothers. There are. in addition, IW It ft I i ' t 1 &0 BESIPICIOIIEOFin AND BEST OlHECTOR-fred Zmnmnn BEST ACIOA-Paul ScotuKI BEST SCflEENPlAY FROM ANOTHER MEDIUM - Bohn Bolt BEST CINEMATOQBAPHY IColOf) BEST COSTIMf DESIGN (Color) A MAM Frank Promoted Andrew K. Frank, an instructor in the Radiological Branch, Technical Division at the U. S. Army Chemical Center and School since August 1966, was promoted to captain July 11. A 1965 graduate of Princeton University with a doctor's degree in chemical engineering, Captain Frank was a process engineer at the American Cynamid Company, Bound Brook, N. J., prior to entering the Army in June 1966, and at- i "The Hollywood Palace" and 1 "The Kraft Music Hall." j Science Fiction Increases 1 Science fiction also shows up i in prime time with some weekly ; regularity. In this category are i "The Invaders," "Lost in Space," "Star Trek" and "Voyage to the Bottom of the i Sea." 1 The patiel show has all but FOE ALL SEASONS IlimHEOMclM MUnSHW-nSMWDlfi SHRIMP Special Friday This offer food FRIDAY ONLY .... 0 SHRIMP BOX 971 S0SM1II0I1L WIELD ARMY COMMENDATION MEDAL PRESENTED Sp5 Jackie L. Smothers, left, S-l Adjutant Section, Headquarters Troop Command, U, S. Army Chemical Center and School, is awarded the Army Commendation Medal prior to being discharged from active service. Presented by Col. Edwin G. Pike, commandant of the school, the medal was for meritorious service from October 1965 to July 1967. (U. S. Army Photo) Includat Shrimp, French frii, huih puppio, col llaw and TECHMCOUW wimp lauc. list?. Showi Admission Adultt $1.50 Trout Pond Set XtfeftiiTStii The Almanac Matinee $1.25 Children 50c And 1 NOW PLAYING WASHINGTON (AP) - The U.S. Forest Service has announced it will spend $1.7 million to develop a trout pond recreation area in Pendleton County, W.Va. 401 NOBLE ST. 8:20 Tv H mm i wmmm TOO MAGIC WORKERS k- - w -ii .mc,..;;' fir r By United Press International Today is Thursday, July 27, the 208th day of 1967 with 157 to follow. The moon is between its full and last quarter. The morning star is Saturn. The evening stars are Venus and Mars. Born on this dr- in 1824 was . j Japs Study Canal ' TOKYO (UPh-Japanese officials are studying digging a 42 mile canal across the Malay Peninsula to shorten the route from the Bay of Bengal to the ; Gulf of Siam. The canal would j be cut on Thai soil and the Thai-j land government has not yet' cials said. , I French novelist Alexander Dumas. On this day m history: In 1789, the Department of Foreign Affairs, later to become the Department of State, was established. In 1909, Orville Wright set a world record by staying aloft in a plane one hour, 12 minutes and 40 seconds. In 1919, 38 persons were killed when a race riot broke out on a Chicago beach after a Negro boy had been attacked. In 1954, Britain and Egypt agreed on terms ending the 72-year British occupation of the Suez Canal. A thought for the day-French writer Alexander Dumas once said: "Business? It is quite simple. It's other people's money." From The BLUE MAGIC People of Wilson, North Carolina MAGIC Tied to old habits? Today, got to know tw money savers Easy Monday Spray Starch, r washday &m?JUfci 9f MAGIC 'Airbus' Planned ironing miracles and Spray 'N wipe a cleaner for easier household cleaning hores. M&Jzwsjf WORKER NUMBER 1 WORKER Because a coupon clipper and discover greater savings and value in what you get and hew much you get. 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