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a 1-71'e: ':•• '• wa. J. I itJ« /. .- ^ uired ' s fee Ca said, h curtingent c eady tional Bl t the berets s past feathered HQ, U.S. 24TH DIV, Korea, sticks. ion's Oct. 30—Because of close coop- headed a vern- eration among six' different mili- brandish in the tary elements the churchgoers of the u unds of 24th Division headquarters The tro y the and special troops were called to the Cam for worship last Sunday morning by compoun by Col. A n of new bronze bell, lities The bell resounded for the manding dur- first time over the Korean couiv Sasebo; L onths tryside and was echoed by the provost r are surrounding hills as Taromen Police C ecast paused silently for a moment to The below listen to- two 'division chaplains their ba dur- pronounce the words of dedica- pipers a demonst ear. tion. being The project of procuring and sebo de AFFE, erecting the bell began about played ction two weeks ago;'wuen the former at Wo ment; division commander, Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dasher "Jr., Washington, D.C,, mentioned the matter to Chaplain (U. Col.) Ivan C. Whipple, Columbia, S.C., Whippie contacted Lt. Col. George N. Calvert, Louisville, Ky., the headquarters commandant, who in turn discussed ' the problem HO, U with Capt. George L, Simpson, Oct. 31— Show commanding office v of 765th ice Cro Transportation Railway Shop highest ed to M Battalion. Simpson said that, he had no recently Clarke,' bells on hand, but that his unit mander. NEWS would be glad to cast one for the 24th Division chapel. Within a Richa few days the bell was delivered Compan and it 'was mounted beside the Regimen chapel, by the men of the 724ch at a re Ordnance Battalion in a tower conspicu fabricated especially for it by on the n the Repairs and Utilities section Yang jam Paraly of the post engineers office. down b i patrol, fire of called i tackers ed for Music H HQ, 58TH FIGHTER-BOMBER Richa
6-Unit Goopercita Gives 24th Div Bif For .-Chapel Services
X C Awa To
AF Group Practices Water-Survival
Army To Get U.S Medic Ai
ZAMA, Japan, Oct. 31—AFFE will begin Monday for ROK plastic surgery, neurosurgery, headquarters announced yes- week. Stopping over en route to Korea was the 2d Battalion of the Army hospitals. Col. -Roilin L. •ology specialists as well as terday it expects that fund colorful Black Watch Royal Highland Regiment. The British Bauchspies, Korean Communica- many more from almost every shortages will necessitate a i Black Watch, after which the Canadian unit is patterned is the tions Zone surgeon, announced or-a.nch of medicine. general reduction in civilian peroldest Highland regiment in the When facilities are not avail- sonnel employed by the Army yesterday. British army. It dates back., to Three general surgery teams able at Korean hospitals, pa- in ,Japan, Korea and/Okinawa. 1-71'e: ':•• '•''*. .- -. v ' . ' > ' • . '.'••-• J. I itJ« /. .- ^ , L .;-' •• •• '.-.-. ••' • - , - • • . - . :• and one general medical team tients will be moved .to U.S. It js;v necessary that required ' th|" .'first' .time' that;' a ; from' the .25th Station Hospital Army hospitals for specialized reduction : irt './force, notices fee Canadian ' force'1- -had • (jewill gr>. to 'th.e 1st'ROK Army treatment. sent : at : this' time; AFFE 'vsaid, here. The dapper conHospital' in Taegu. In Pusan, On. Monday, 30 patients from because a quarter of the curtingent came replete witn tradithree similar teams from the the 1st and 32d ROK Army Hos- rent fiscal year, has already tional Black Watch tartan kilts, 2.1st Station Hospital will begin pitals will be moved to the. 25th passed with employment at the berets set off \<rith crimsonwork at the same time at the Station: Hospital in Taegu end; same rate as during the past feathered hackles, and walking 3d ROK Army Hospital there. 20 more from the 3d and 5th fiscal year. HQ, U.S. 24TH DIV, Korea, sticks. The officers carry rootBauchspies empasized that ROK Hospitals, in Pusan will The current administration's Oct. 30—Because of close coop- headed ash sticks and sergeants this is only the first step in the be taken to -the 21st Stationpolicy of economy in govern- eration among six' different mili- brandish black canes as part in new U.S. ' program of medical Hospital. ment was attributed as the tary elements the churchgoers of the uniform. Team Made Survey aid., designed to bolster Korea's .cause of the reduction. Funds of 24th Division headquarters The troops 'were welcomed in welfare.by helping her rehabili- Plans for this program have recently made available by the and special troops were called to the Camp Sasebo headquarters tate .wounded Korean veterans been carefully based on the find- Department of the Army for worship last Sunday morning by compound shortly after arrival to civilian life. An important ings of three survey teams who maintenance and operation of new bronze bell, by Col. Austin C. Matheny, comofficer of Uamp part of the team's work will be toured ROK Army medical in- U.S. Army forces and facilities The bell resounded for the manding to train Korean doctors in the stallations for two months. in the Far East Command dur- first time over the Korean couiv Sasebo; Lt. Col. Albert C; Smith, latest medical, and surgical tech- Final details were ironed out ing the second six months tryside and was echoed by the provost marshal, and Sasebo at .a conference yesterday at- of the current calendar year are surrounding hills as Taromen Police Chief Yamaguchi. niques. The medical aid. plan is one tended by Bauchspies, Col. considerably less than forecast paused silently for a moment to The Highlanders brought of, the many steps being taken Ralph L., Marx, Korean Base requirements and. well below listen to- two 'division chaplains their bagpipes with them. The to carry out President Eisen- Section surgeon; Col. William D. actual obligations incurred dur- pronounce the words of dedica- pipers and drummers put-on ademonstration at the Camp Sahower's program of rebuilding Preston. USAF deputy surgeon ing the same period last year. tion. However, every effort is being The project of procuring and sebo dependents' school and of the Fifth Air Force, and Ma.}. Korea,. James B. Reilly, from . the Ko- made by Headquarters, AFFE, erecting the bell began about played for Japanese* teenagers Help..Volunteered rean-Military Assistance Group to affect an orderly reduction two weeks ago;'wuen the former at Wo local high schools. Doctors and specialists throughof current civilian employment; division commander, Maj. Gen. office. out the Far East have volCharles L. Dasher "Jr., Washington, D.C,, mentioned the matter to Chaplain (U. Col.) Ivan C. Whipple, Columbia, S.C., Whippie contacted Lt. Col. George N. Calvert, Louisville, Ky., the headquarters commandant, who Whistler 11:00—NEWS, Music Till in turn discussed ' the problem HO, U.S. 45TH DIV, Korea, SHORT WAVE 11:59—NEWS BULLETIN Midnicj t| 10:00—The Night Stand 10:30—One with Capt. George L, Simpson, Oct. 31—The Distinguished ServWednesday, Nov. 4 11:00—NEWS, Music JKL—6:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.—4.860 12:00—Disc Jockey Request Show commanding office v of 765th ice Cross, the nation's secondfi:00—Rise & Shine -10:15 a.m.-5:30 p.m.~9.605 6:30—NEWS, Rise & Shine Transportation Railway Shop highest decoration, was present5:45 p.m.-12:00 p.m.—4.860 . Tuesday, Nov. 3 Richards ~ v ed to M/Sgt. J. C. "' ' ' Jr 7:00—NEWS, Meditations JK1—6:00 a.m.-8:30 p.m.—11.825 Battalion. 5:00—Western Music Gen. 7:15—Rise •& Shine, NEWS 8:45 p.m.-12:00 p.m.—fi.OHO Simpson said that, he had no recently by Lt. Group Bruce 5:30—Popular Music ' coin8:00—Trio Time . Monday Evening, Nov. 2 Clarke,' X ' Corps bells on hand, but that his unit mander. 6:30—NEWS, Popular Music 8:15—Ronnie Kemper 6:00—NEWS 7:00—NEWS, Popular Music, NEWS would be glad to cast one for the 8:30—Dictate News G-13—Curt Massey 8:00—Kambo Korner 24th Division chapel. Within a Richards, platoon sergeant of 0:30—Tropical Carnival f:30—Sports Page 8-:15—Ronnie Kemper 9:45—At The Keyboard few days the bell was delivered Company K, 178th infantry 6:'15—Jo Stafford . 8:30—Lucky U Ranch 10:00—NEWS, Bob Hope 7:00—Dictate News and it 'was mounted beside the Regiment, received the award 9:00—Coffee Time 10:15—Bill Ring fi:.}0—Hollywood Radio Tricolor chapel, by the men of the 724ch at a regimental ceremony for 10:00—NEWS, Bob Hope 10:30—Bedside Manor 8:55—The Todds Ordnance Battalion in a tower conspicuous gallantry in action 10:15—Band Music ' „ 11:00—Just Between Us 9:00—NEWS fabricated especially for it by on the night of May 5, 195S, near 10:30—Vocalist £.-15—Sports Answer Man. (JKL) 11:15—Three Sons 11:00—At Ease the Repairs and Utilities section Yang jam a'l. 11:30—Conference Period Dutch .News (JX:) 11:15—Personal Album Paralysed from the waist 11:45—Honshu Hayride of the post engineers office. n:30—The Whistler, File 13 11:30—Jack Kirkwood down by enemy fire while on 12:00—12 O'clock High 10:00—Music Shop 11'45—Frances Farwell Sings i patrol, '.Richards directed the 11:00—NEWS, Music Till Midnight 1?. :30—NEWS 12:00—Popular Request Show J 2:45—Way Ba'ck Home 11:59—NEWS BULLETIN fire of his outnumbered squad, 12:30—NEWS 1:00—At Ease Tuesday, Nov. 3 called in mortar fire on the at12:45—Bob & Ray 1:15—Pee Wee King 6:00—Rise & Shine tackers and personally account1:00—Dance Bands 1:30—Dictate News 6:30—NEWS, Rise & Shine ed for numerous enemy deed. 2:00—Symphonic Music 2:30—Concert Hour 7:00~NEWS, Meditations ,,3:G'0—NEWS & S"-)fts, Latin Music Held Out Two Hours 3:00—NEWS, Conference I ' 7:15—Rise & Shine, NEWS 3:15—Way Back Home Richards' carbine provided a HQ, 58TH FIGHTER-BOMBER 3:15—Chiquita 8:00—Crosby's Corner 3:30—Western Request Show 3:30—Charleen Hawkes 8:15—Ronnie Kemper WING, Korea, Oct. 31 (Pac. S&S) -constant, spray directly into the 4:30—Bud's Bandwagon 3:45—Jack Kirkwood 8:30—Dictate News —To stress combat-readiness, advancing enemy, For more 5:00—Pee Wee King 4:00—Hillbilly . Jamboree 9:30—Mid-Morning Melodios the 474th Fighter-Bombar than two hours he continued to 5:15—Adventures In Research 4:30—Guhsmoke 9:45—At The Keyboard Group has instigated, a f u i i com- fire his carbine and throw 5:30—Tennessee Ernie 5:OC—Bud's Bandwagon 10:00—NEWS, .Bob Hope pulsory water-survival training grenades, stopping the enemy 5:45—Sports Answer Man 5:30—Bob & Ray ; 10:15—Bill Ring 6:00—NEWS program for pilots of the oStli until a rescue- force finally came 5:45—Around. You r Town. lfl:3G—Bedside Manor 6:15—Curt'Massey ''. to completely repel the Red 6:00—NEWS FEW. 11:00—Just Between Us . 6:30—Portrait Of A City 6:15—Curt Massey 11:15—Three Sons First Lf. Charles E. Karst, base platoon. 7:00—Gordon MacRae • 6:30—Sports Page . -• 11:30—Conference -period water survival trainir.g officer, When medical aid arrived, 7:30—Dancing Party 6:45—Jo Stafford . 11:45—Honshu Hayride arranged and directs t;ae action, Richards, although bleeding pro8:00—Enchanted Hour 7:OC—Dictate News 12:00^-12 O'clock High 8:30—Ground-Forces 'USA • , - • . most of which takes place in fusely and suffering severe pain, 8:00—Troutaleshooter. P ' ' Ho?e 12:30—NEWS : the Korean Military Advisory refused medical attention until 9:OC—NEWS "' ' ' 8:30—Ozzie & Harriet, The i-iclds 12:45—Way Back Home 9 -.] 5—Mail From Home (French Group swimming pool here, all other members of his patrol 9 -.00—NEWS 1:00—At Ease ' News—Gypsy, Nomad; Trau9:35—Sports Forum Clothed in immersion suit&- were treated. 1:15—Personal Album " bador) 9:30—Big Story, File 13 1:30—Dictate News the fliers are hoisted above the Richards is beginning .his 10:00—FBI In Peace & War 10 :&0—Music Shop 2:30—Concert Hour water by a C-2 wrecko.r.. About 1.1th year of Army service. HP 11:00—NEWS, Music Till M i d n i g h t 10:30—One Night Stand 3:00—NEWS, Conference four f'e'st above the surface, holds the Purple Heart and 11:OC—NEWS, Music 11:59—NEWS BULLETIN 3:15—Lina Romay they free themselves from the Bicnze Star Medal for actions * # * 12:00—Di,-:c Jockey Request Show 3:30—Strike It "Rich parachute harness and drop into in the European campaign of Wednesday, Nov. 4 3:45—Jack Kirk-wood STANDARD \Vorlcl War II. the pool. 4:00—Hillbilly Jamboree: s : 00—Western Music Gypsy 1440 kc. Homesteader 1250 kc 5:30—Popular Music After hitting the waters the 4:30—Tarzari,'" Jack Owens Kiiroy 1510 kc. Troubador 1320 kc 6:30—NEWS, Popular MUPIC 5:00—News Front Far E a - : pilots use both manua 1 . and Nomad 1570 kc. Vagabond 1150 kc 7:00—NEWS, Popular Music. N E W S automatic attachments to inflate 5:30—Bob & Ray Mercury 1330 kc. Rarnbler 1450 kc 8:00—Kombo Korner 5:45—Around Your Town their life preservers so that Meteor 14GO kc. 6:00—NEWS | 8:15—Ronnie Kemper they can. stay afloat while inMonclay Evening;, Nov. 2 fi:io—Curt Massey j 8:30—Lucky U Ranch flating their life rafts. • 'PUSAN, Korea, Oct. 31—Amerfi:00—NEWS ' 6:30—Sports Page 9:00— Coffee Time 6:15—Curt Massey ican and Korean authorities held 6:45—Frances Farewell Sins?; 10:00—NEWS, Boh Hope 6:30—American Heritage 7:00—Dictate News • ' a double award ceremony here 10:15—Band Music 7:00—Arthur Godfrey 8:00—News Front Far East 10:30—Vocalist Tuesday in which a ROK unit 7:30—Music From America R:30—Ground Forces USA 11:00— At Ease received a letter cf oommevidu8:00—News Front Far East f!:55—This I Believe 11:15—Paulena Carter tion from U.S. military officials 8:"G—Ozzie & Harriet n :00—NEWS 11:30—Jack Kirkwood WITH U.S. 25TH DIV, Korea, and an American organisation' 9:00—NEWS 9:15—Inside-Track (JKT ^ : Hawkes h Oct. 31 (Pac. S&S)—Model build- was presented with Korea's 9:15—Mail From Homo f r ,, l t .,_ ! 11:45—Charleen .Request Show News (JKI) 12:00—Popular Tmu New: - Gypsy, Nom:. ci ers and crafts enthusiasts soon second-highest decoration, tha 0:30—Escape 12:30—NEWS bador) 1:00—Music Shop may apply their skills-under a Ulchi distinguished service 12:45—Bob & Ray new craft'program being started medal with silver star. 1:00—Dance Bands 2:00—Symphonic Music Brig. Gen. Richard S. Wiiithere. Pacific biars and Stripes 3:00—NEWS. Latin Music Model airplanes, ships and comb,"Korean Ba.?e Section comEdited, published and printed in Tokyo, Japan, and printed in 3:],-,_Way Back Home racing and stock car kits will ba mander, made the Jomineivln3:30— Western Request Show '=eoul Korea sev.en days weekly by the Troop i n f o r m a t i o n and Educaplaced on sale by regimental tion award to th- 302d ROXA 4:30—Bud's Bandwagon tion Section. Army Forces Far East. APO SCO. Distributed free in Koiea: Special Service officers. Pro- Port Battalion, arcl Brig. Gen. 5:00—You & The World mme or billet delivery $1.50: unit subscriptions in b u l k , $1.25 Disceeds from the sales will be Lee Chi Yup, ROKA Transporta5:15—Behind The Story • rihution in Korea supervised by KComZ Tl&E Section. Pacific Stars placed in a revolving craft fund tion Corps chief, presented t h e 5:30—Jo Stafford ind Stripes receives AFPS materials. Civilian publications are not 5-A5—Sports Forum to purchase additional model service medal to the '7th Transuithorized to reprint such materials appearing herein without written fj : 00—NEWS permission from Armed Forces Press Service. kits for future sales. portation Major Po.-:. C:15—Curt Massey The editorial views and opinions expressed in t h e . Pacific Stars Weaving, copper and leather Col. Oh D.yung G i n acceptrd 6:30—FEN Presents and Stripes are not necessarily those of the Department of Defense crafting materials will also be the award for the ROK out lit 7:00—Fibber McGee Officer in Charge M«V J ° se P h F *?™YJl placed on sale for hobbyists. and Col Ralph B. 7:30—Jane Pickens Executive Officer M a j . Errol E. Ewing ( U S A * ) Two traveling crafts supervi- the 7th TMP. ' R:00—Hollywood Radio Theater Managing Editor Eugene R. M i l J c i sors, PFC Donald A. Beehner.j—o : oo—NEWS General Manager Sidney B. Cardnr.i P: 15—Mail From Home New York City, and PFC Drewoy Give to AER News Editors, 2d F.t. Alan R. Pascals. Cpl. .lames K. M i l l e r ; Feat HIP Rice, Jacksonville, Fla., will Mkti tor, Dick l.srsh: City Ed i f or, JV5/?2t. ' Herbert E. Scott: hum ..- P:OQ~Big Story Editor. Sgt. M i c h a - l H: H l r k e y . Complin-. Room Foreman., R T H . ' - . T V 10:30—One Night Stand tour the division to assist ama- Pacific Stars & Stripes S. Hishimima; Oilicer in Cb,i,'ge "Soul P r i n t i n g Plant. 1st Lt/uRo.y 11 ;00—NEWS, Music teur craftsmen who need aid. 12:00—Disc Jockey Request. Show
!n Civilian Personnel Welcomed at Sasebo TAEGU, Korea, Oct. 31-—A re- unteered for the task of helping emphasized program of U.S. and teaching. Jn addition, to the xpeded by AFFE CAMP SASEBO, Oct. 31—The Canadians invaded Sasebo thi? medical aid to the ROK Army doctor, there will be orthopedic,
6-Unit Goopercita Gives 24th Div Bif For .-Chapel Services
KOREA RADIO SCHEDULE
X Corps Chief Awards DSC To Sergeant
AF Group Practices Water-Survival
U.S. Koreans Exchange Top Awards for Work
25ih Div Initiates Hew Skills, Craff Program
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