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3rd Drama

3rd Drama

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Two
PACIFIC
STARS
and
STRIPES
K
Oct.
27
Drama
Found
In
3rd
TMRS
Jobs
!
YOKOHAMA,
Oct.
26—The
Third TMRS
has
a big job
to
do—and
the
personnel connected with
the
job handle
it
quietly.
Two
recent cases reported recently
are
dramaticexamples
of
their
work.October
13 at 3
p.m.,
Chitose AFB
notified
the
SapporoTMRS
that
Pfc
John
KeiperJr., one.
of the
three
men on
isolated service
with the
613th
AC&W
unit
at
Nemuro,
Hok-
kaido,
was
critically
ill and re-
quired
immediate evacuation
andhospitalization.
Aircraft
siid
could
not be
provided
be-
cause
of low
ceiling
and
poor
visibility.
The
TMRS issued emergency
train
orders,
cleared the
tracks
and
within
one
hour, Keiper
was
aboard a
one-car
special
train
en
route
to the
161st
Medical
Station Hospital
at
Sapporo.
The second example ofemergency
missions
by the
TMRS
is the
case
of
Pvt.
Richard Cortey,
also
on
isolat-
ed,
service with the
613th
AC&W
unit
at Esashi,
Hokkai-
do. On
October
23,
Cortey
was
seriously
injured
in
an,
auto-mobile accident.
Placed
aboard
a
light reconnaissance plane,TMRS
at 4
p.m.
dispatched
a
special
car and
engine
for
Esashi
to
bring
the
patient
intoHakodate where medical care
was
available.
A
second
engineat
Hakodate rushedCortey
to
Sapporo's
161st Medi-
cal
Station
Hospital
at
Sapporo.
The
Third
TMRS,
its
person-
nel
and
facilities
serve
the oc-
cupation daily
in
many ways.
Their
job
is
big—their accom-
plishments
unheralded.
Post-Election
Trial
REDS
IN
P.I.
GOV'T
WITNEHAFFIRMS
MANILA,
Oct.
26
(UP)—Col.
Agustin
Gabriel, chief of
intel-
ligence of the Philippines arm-
ed
forces,
testified before theHouseCommittee
on
TJn-Fili-pinoActivities
that
there wereCommunists
in
government
service.
Headded, however,
thatthere
were only a
few
of them.Gabriel discussed
the
Com-
munists'
methods of gainingconverts here, principally
by
propaganda
among
the
intelli-
gent classes
and
propaganda
combined
with terrorism among
the
masses.He said
the
"evidence indi-cates
that
there
is
some system
of
bringing intothecountry
Communist
propaganda 'mate-
rial
from
abroad
but
there
is
no
fixed manner and no fixedtime. They
do it at
random."He said
it was
quite possiblethat
the
propaganda material
and financial
assistance
was
brought
to the
local Commu-
nists
by
travelers
from
abroad.
Chief
of
Chaplains
Tours
FEC
Camps
YOKOHAMA,
Oct.
26—Maj.
Gen. Luther
D.
Miller, chief
of
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