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Two PACIFIC STARS and STRIPES K Oct.

27
594thOrdnance FOREMAtlDN FflDEMM CAP bifers Facilities
Drama Found In Shows Excellent To Speed Repatriation
3rd TMRS Jobs Repair Record SCAP has offered the Soviet Union ice breakers and

!
YOKOHAMA, Oct. 26—The Third TMRS has a big job
to do—and the personnel connected with the job handle it
165th AACS other facilities to speed repatriation of 470,000 Japanese
prisoners of war still held in Soviet-occupied areas during
:he coming winter months.
The offer is contained in a recent letter to Lt. Gen. Kuzma
quietly. Two recent cases reported recently are dramatic KOBE, Oct. 26—Under the
examples of their work. direction of Maj. John B. Woes-
October 13 at 3 p.m., Chitose AFB notified the Sapporo tenburg, the 594th Ordnance
Service company, composed of
Named Top Unit 10 AIRMEN FINISH Derevyanko, Soviet member of
;he Allied Council for Japan.
From December 1, 1947, to
TMRS that Pfc John Keiper May, 1948, repatriation was
Jr., one. of the three men on five officers, 64 enlisted men
isolated service with the 613th
AC&W unit at Nemuro, Hok-
REDS IN P.I. GOV'T and 864 Japanese employes,
perform heavy maintenance Top
YOKOTA
honors in
AFB,
the
Oct.
Yokota
LINK TRAINER CLASS
26—
Air
suspended by Soviet authori-
ties, following a letter from
enerai Derevyanko to
kaido, was critically ill and re-
quired immediate evacuation WITNEHAFFIRMS for all Army vehicles in
southern Japan.
The Tudo shops in the past
Force Base "Squadron of the
Month" program v/ent to the TACHIKAWA AFB, Oct. 26 SCAP stating that "difficult
climatic and icing conditions"
and hospitalization. Aircraft —Ten enlisted men received prevented repatriation during
siid could not be provided be- MANILA, Oct. 26 (UP)—Col. six months have repaired 165th Airways and Air Com-
the winter months- of 1947-
cause of low ceiling and poor Agustin Gabriel, chief of intel- (often completely rebuilt) 863 munications Service detach- diplomas recently at Tachi- 1948.
visibility. ligence of the Philippines arm- vehicles and 17,704 units and ment for the second month of tawa AFB upon completion of
The TMRS issued emergency ed forces, testified before the provided a direct exchange of competition. This organization the only Link trainer me- Gen. Douglas MacArthur's
train orders, cleared the tracks House Committee on TJn-Fili- 3,717 parts. current proposal offered to
and within one hour, Keiper pino Activities that there were A system has been set up at once again will be Yokota's chanics course in FEAF. the Soviets for the second
was aboard a one-car special Communists in government these Tudo shops whereby the color squadron for all- formal The course of one month's time (offered and rejected
train en route to the 161st service. unit tbrning in a vehicle for reviews held during tht month. duration, covers installation, supply last year by Russia), is to
Medical Station Hospital at He added, however, that repairs is deprived of its use Commanding officer of the servicing and maintenance. It Soviet authorities with
Sapporo. there were only a few of them. for the shortest possible length 165th AACS detachment is technical facilities with which
The second example of Gabriel discussed the Com- of time. If a vehicle cannot be Lt. John S. McWilliams, who grants one of the critical MOS to overcome such1948-1949. difficulties •
emergency missions by the munists' methods of gaining repaired hi less than 30 days is backed by the capabili- numbers. in the winter of
TMRS is the case of Pvt. converts here, principally by it is replaced by a similar ties of T/Sgt. Harrjs J. Mori, The school is under the SCAP's offer of additional
Richard Cortey, also on isolat- propaganda among the intelli- vehicle from depot stock. first sergeant and communica- direction of Maj. John S. Mc- facilities includes: 1) dispatch- .
ed, service with the 613th gent classes and propaganda One reason for the speed tions chief. The final award in
AC&W unit at Esashi, Hokkai- combined with terrorism among with which vehicles move this 'competition is made on Intoqh and D. N. Singer, DAFC ing of ice breakers with repa-
do. On October 23, Cortey was the masses. through the Tudo shops is the a monthly basis to the squad- Plans are being made to in- triation vessels to overcome
seriously injured in an, auto- He said the "evidence indi- work of the Allied Trades, a AF PS
ron with the highest number crease the number of students icing conditions in Soviet
mobile accident. Placed aboard cates that there is some system division of the shop that cor- of points judged on the units ports used in repatriation pro-
a light reconnaissance plane, of bringing into the country responds to a service section. appearance at reviews, up- in each class and graduates gram; 2) dispatching .of re-
TMRS at 4 p.m. dispatched a
Esashi to bring the patient into
Communist
no fixed
propaganda
manner and no
'mate-
fixed
Here old units are rebuilt and
special car and engine for rial from abroad but there is issued to all Ordnance shop TBBeing Combatted keep of equipment, participa- will be used as maintenance patriation vessels to any So-
tion in athletic events, ground men at their home stations. viet Asiatic port designated by
and aircraft accident safety
installations. A using unit has Soviet authorities from which'
Hakodate where medical care time. They do it at random." only to turn in a worn part to
was available. A second He said it
engine at Hakodate rushed that the propaganda material
was quite possible
receive a rebuilt replacement. By Health. Centers records, plus promptness and The enlisted men graduating repatriation lifts are deemnd
accuracy in administrative re- were: M/Sgt. Fenton Rodgers practicable by SCAP during
ports. S/Sgt. George Buttcrfield
winter months; 3) augment-
Cortey to Sapporo's 161st Medi- and financial assistance was The Tudo heavy shops are Tuberculosis is the greatest single cause of death among S/Sgt. Melvin E. Weaver, Sgt ing the normally adequate
cal Station Hospital at Sapporo. brought to the local Commu- set up on a basis that makes Dan O. Tull, Cpl. Otis B. Over-
The Third TMRS, its person- nists by travelers from abroad. economical use of available the Japanese people and therefore one of the most important
nel and facilities serve the oc- Japanese labor and use of public health problems of the day, declared Lt. Col. L. C.
Extra Sugar Given bay, Cpl. Harrison G. Bards- conditions aboard repatriation
ley, Pfc John Roche, Pfc vessels by providing winter
work measures up to Army top Thomas, chief of the Preventive Medicine Division of SCAP's Richard A. Haubert, Pfc Regi- clothing, heating facilities and
cupation daily in many ways.
Their job is big—their accom- Chief of Chaplains standards. Through military Public Health and Welfare section, at a press conference To Japan Children nald Godin and Pvt. James M rations to provide for the wel-
fare of the repatriates "during
plishments unheralded. government, a Japanese con- yesterday. Steward.
Tours FEC Camps tractor is given the responsi- Colonel Thomas, in explain-
bility for hiring and supervis- ing the work being done to RESERVES GETTING the voyages from Soviet ports
throughout the winter months.
Post-Election Trial ing the necessary laborers combat tuberculosis under the
SCAP has approved release
of 635 metric tons of imported Report Greek-Slav The letter also pointed out
YOKOHAMA, Oct. 26—Maj.
Gen. Luther D. Miller, chief of from clerks to mechanics and Health Center Law, said that PAID FOR DRILLS sugar for the school lunch that as of last Stotember 30,
Asked By Thomas chaplains, Department. of the for
Army, who recently arrived in market
obtaining in the Japanese prior to the passage of this
certain parts which are bill, functions and activities of
program and 1,368 metric tons
of additional sugar to bottle- Relations Tense Soviet repatriation authorities
had failed for 16 consecutive
Japan to visit Gen. Douglas available. the then existing health cen- WASHINGTON, Oct. 26 fed babies during October, months to release the monthly
ters were limited to giving November and December. quota of 50,000 Japanese as
1
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26 MacArthur and Japan installa- guidance and instruction in UP)—The Army announced ATHENS, Oct. 26 (AP)—The
tions, Monday visited Lt. Gen.
(UP)—Justice Department offi- Walton H. Walker and his staff
cials promised to place 'before and began a week's tour of
BREAKFAST IN BED only a few of the fields of oday that for the first time Food officials in the Price United
public health.
Nations Special Com established
and Distribution division of mittee on the Balkans said las agrcament
by a SCAP-Soviet
of December 19,
n history it is paying its orga- SCAP's Economic and Scienti- night- that relations between
a Federal Grand Jury, a re- Eighth Army units.
quest by Rep. J. Parnell General Miller and Col. Roy AT KOBE BASE CLUB He said a legal basis has lized reserves for drilling. fic section said distribution Greece and Yugoslavia are
been established by the new The drill pay started October plans developed by the Japa- "extremely strained." It re Sapporo Club Reopens
Thomas for permission to H. Parker; chief of chaplains,
testify after the elections at GHQ, FEC, were the luncheon KOBE, Oct. 26—In eight law for the reorganization of ported a "continuing state o
But the Army said it has nese Government allow two tension along the Greek-Bui CAMP CRAWFORD, Oct. 26
its investigation into kickback guests of Lt. Col. W. C. Shure, weeks, the Kobe Base Enlisted the health center system, grams of sugar per lunch for —The remodeled Enlisted
charges against him. which provides the administra- nly $12,000,000 for training garian border."
chaplain, Headquarters Eighth Men's Club, located in the tive authority facilities and ay between now and June 30 approximately 5,300,000 chil- The new report, sent to Paris Men's Club in Sapporo, Hok-
- U.S. Attorney George Morris Army, after which the general leave hotel formerly known as trained personnel needed for dren'and teachers during tr
by special courier, said "further kaido, recently reopened with
fay said that it was up to the met with the chaplains of the Gloucester House, has reached the present full scale program ,nd that probably won't be three-month period. convincing evidence" has been
jurors to decide whether or not Yokohama area at the Yoko- a membership of 1,216 men.of public health. nough. Approximately 900 grams of collected that Greek guerrillas an afternoon and evening cf
they wduld hear the chairman hama Chapel Center. Many Kobe Base soldiers have A system of priorities has
sugar will be made . available using Albanian territory free refreshments, topped off
of the House Un-American General Miller, accompanied stayed at the hotel on furlough Colonel Thomas stated that, >een set up for making the each month to about 506,806 are for bases of operation. The
Activities Committee. But it by Colonel Parker, left by or pass. Five men chose to broadly expanded, the Tuber- layments. Except for some babies under one year of age UN General Assembly's Politi- with a free raffle and music
was considered highly unlike- train yesterday evening for take thirty-day furloughs there culosis Control Program is one 4,000 men in Class A units, whose parents have a doctor's cal Committee may take xip the by a Japanese "Hawaiian"
ly that the jury would refuse. Sendai where they will visit while the remainder were on of the most important health he Army said, the payments certificate for purchase. Greek question today. band.
A definite decision was e'x- units of the Ninth Corps. fifteen or seven-day furloughs center activities. The work be mere "tokens."
-pected before nightfall. The Thursday, he will visit units of or three-day pass. These men of the tuberculosis control
grand jury investigation deal- the First Corps, returning to. have an opportunity to lead clinic is only one of the many LJ'L ABNER
ing with charges that Thomas Camp Drake Saturday morning a comfortable, homelike life activities of the Tuberculosis
received salary "kickbacks" to visit the First Cavalry Divi- with breakfast in bed for those Control division of the Health SURE.'-EVEPNBOt#£ THE AMERICAN PUBLIC WIU-
from the employes in his con- sion. Sunday the general will who like the height of luxury- Center. 100 LEADING BUSINESSMEN GOT SHMOOS— DEMAMD NEW GIMMICKS FOB
SHMOOS.7 CANNED SHMOOS
PUMN SHnOOS.? BUT
gressional office began last conduct services at the Christ During the evenings, leave Colonel Thomas said pub- MEET IN SHMOO CRISIS.' WO* GOT CHOCO- CANDIED SHMOO6- SHMOO-
Friday. Church at 8 a.m. and at the personnel are joined by Kobe lic health nurses visit the K^ES-SH^HOg-k
Thomas denounced it as an Yokohama Chapel Center at Base men on duty status who homes of all tuberculosis pati- SHMOOS MUST
BE. EXTERMINATED, A TREMENDOUS or MKM MDUcmics KILL
attempt by Attoreny General 10 a.m. General Miller will re- come by bus for the evening ents found by individual or BEFORE THEY RUIN
Tom Clark to hurt him politi- turn to GHQ in Tokyo Sunday entertainments: There is a mass examinations conducted BUS)KIES5
cally by a "vicious smear tech- afternoon. ALTOGETHER.'?
variety show every Wednesday at the Health Center or else-
.nique." Thomas, who repeat* night and a band plays Satur- where. They also visit pati-
edly accused Clark of failure to day from lunch time till clos- ents confined to their homes
prosecute alleged Communist ing. A movie theater will be and all patients returned from
espionage agents, is up for re- opened in the hotel in a few sanitariums. In all instances
election November 2. .' days and will show pictures the public »health nurse pro-
four nights a week. The club vides the patient and family
24 Accused In Chile Plot has proven so popular that it with informative ^material
CONCEPTION, Chile, Oct. has befen full to capacity ever concerning the rules govern-
since its opening. ing proper home care. Steve Canyon
26 (UP)—Police said that
In consultation, he said, the
Communist Deputy Bernardo Irate Dad 'Bops' Offspring nutritionist provides the .pati- A$ ST6V6 ANP HAPPY AWUVE AT
., WiCf,
Araya and 23 Labor unionists LONDON, Oct. 26 (UP)—ent and family with indivi- my AHEAP- ONE OF THE HARVEST FIELD*, A
LONG LINE OF W6U.-MU5CL6P
who had been arrested here George Hollis, 45, was fined 2 dual information and guid- TBVJN6 1& CONVINCE
FK5UEE* FILES OUT OF TH6 JUN0LE...
pounds sterling for breaking a ance and the medical social
Saturday night had been plan-
plate over his eight-year old worker, when . necessary
ning to sabotage the big steel daughter's head because she makes home visits in order
plant how being built at dropped an egg—his week's to study the home conditions
Huachicato. ration. of the patient and plan for
family aid.
While maintaining close co-
Britain's Top Staff General ordination with the Tuber-
culosis Control Program

Insists On Intelligen ce First the prefectural and nationa


levels, Colonel Thomas . saic
the Health Center also main-
if t, Slim demonstrated it could glass of beer offered him by a tains liaison with outside
t By ALVIN STEINKOPF je done by supplying by air Belgian woman.
' LONDON, Oct. 26 (AP)— ;ens of thousands of troops in Another time was more re- agencies, particularly welfare Blondie
Gen. "Sir William Joseph isolated positions with every- cent, when he ordered 50,000 agencies, practicing physician;
Slim, who succeeds Field Mar- ;hing they needed. parachutes from an Indian and organizations interested in
shal Bernard Montgomery as But despite his swift ac- manufacturer without asking or concerned with tuberculosis
chief of the British Imperial commodation to changing ways the War Office. He needed the
General Staff, demands penet- in a changing world, he re- parachutes in a hurry and by- problems.
rating intelligence and broad tains some well established passed regulations. It turned
wisdom from his officers. notions about war and the out all right and the Indian 291st Band Wins 'E' Flag
Associates of the old 14th British. manufacturer got his money
GIFU, Oct. 26—The 291s
Army, who helped him smash He believes in infantry. He Decause the parachutes won a Army band was recently
the Japanese in Burma recall believes in the stubbornness was campaign. But the general
his handling of an Air Force of the British and their re- somereproved in the course of awarded the 24th Infantry Re
problem to demonstrate the fusal to get scared. bristling correspondence. giment Combat Team E flag
kind of intelligence he ex- "The British are no braver ficient administrator Associates say Slim is an ef- for September. The com
and per- manding officer is Col. Michae
pects.. than Germans, Frenchmen or sonally a shy officer of vivid E. Halloran of Oconto, Wis.
Eager airmen reported they Italians," he once said. "But imaginations. He gets things
. were in position to destroy they are brave a bit longer." done by going to the point.
the headquarters of the Japa- He believes the new genera- Day and night he demands in- An Army newspaper pub-
nese General Sato, in Burma tion of British citizens'is the telligence and insists that it be lished by and for military
and they wanted the word to "best generation we have ever applied to all military and ad- personnel six times weekly in
Tokyo, Japan, APO 500 by the
go..-. bred and it should achieve ministrative problems. Troop Information and Educa-
Courage he takes for grant- tion Section, GHQ, FEC for
TERRY
"Never," said Slim, "It would great things." THERE: NOW1M5U FOOL! WE CANT! THE PEASANT HEX SPRAY.' WHY ^I-I WAS JUST THINKIN6 OP \
be a disaster to Britain if Gen- He hates war, and believes ed. free distribution to U.S. Armed
Forces in Japan, Korea and SYMPATHIZERS WHO MAINTAIN THIS THE WAILS AFTER [ THAT POOR. CHILD, HELPLESS
eral Sato were killed. He is that despite present discour- Courage, Slim believes, has Marianas-Bonins Islands and H6YVMISTER! /' WANT MORE TSTOP THAT, CHUM PUN, SECRET FIELD FOR OUR PEOPLE THE DAN6ER5 JN THE HAND* OF THOSB
so stupid that I want him di- agements the world will man- two distinct phases. One is Okinawa. Local news may not WATER, HUH? ITS THE STUFFS YOU LITTLE FIEND.' WOULD ?& HORRIFIED TO SEE >IRUTBSI
age to find a better way. physical courage which he said be republished without obtain- FOR WASHING OFF MUD.V IFI EVER SET THESE VIOLENCE USEDON-A CHILD!
recting the other side." Slim, 75, gray, balding, his the Japanese had beyond meas- ing official clearance, except HE£, H£E.'-M>flL SHOE LACK UNTIED...
Slim believes the enemy iron mustache clipped like an ure. that AFPS material may be re-
should be helped and encour- English hedge, upsets some But he thinks they lacked printed by civilian papers with-
aged to defeat himself. out specific AFPS clearance.
traditions in the War Office real courage—the honesty to Editorial views and opinions
In .Slim, Britain will have a He came up from the ranks say to themselves that they expressed in the paper are not
chief of staff who is thorough- He has no public school back- had made a mistake, to admit necessarily those of the Depart-
ment of the Army. Address all
ly familiar w^th modern war- ground. He has 'been the vic- it to superior officers and to try communications to the O-in-C
fare. Victor over three Japa- tim of discipline a number of something else. and/or the Managing Editor. •
nese Armies in Burma, he mov- tunes. < Slim demands both kinds of Officer in'Charge:
Capt. Charles B. Taylor—26-
ed whole divisions over the He lost his stripes as a lance courage. A competent people, (271
fungle by air to strike swiftly corporal in the First World War he said, must have physical Managing Editor:
at vulnerable spots. when he stepped out of a and moral courage in proper B. B. Hathaway—57-8085
> Long before the Berlin air- marching column to take a balance. Korea Washington—*5
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Two PACIFIC STARS and STRIPES K Oct. 27
594thOrdnance FOREMAtlDN FflDEMM CAP bifers Facilities
Drama Found In Shows Excellent To Speed Repatriation
3rd TMRS Jobs Repair Record SCAP has offered the Soviet Union ice breakers and

!
YOKOHAMA, Oct. 26—The Third TMRS has a big job
to do—and the personnel connected with the job handle it
165th AACS other facilities to speed repatriation of 470,000 Japanese
prisoners of war still held in Soviet-occupied areas during
:he coming winter months.
The offer is contained in a recent letter to Lt. Gen. Kuzma
quietly. Two recent cases reported recently are dramatic KOBE, Oct. 26—Under the
examples of their work. direction of Maj. John B. Woes-
October 13 at 3 p.m., Chitose AFB notified the Sapporo tenburg, the 594th Ordnance
Service company, composed of
Named Top Unit 10 AIRMEN FINISH Derevyanko, Soviet member of
;he Allied Council for Japan.
From December 1, 1947, to
TMRS that Pfc John Keiper May, 1948, repatriation was
Jr., one. of the three men on five officers, 64 enlisted men
isolated service with the 613th
AC&W unit at Nemuro, Hok-
REDS IN P.I. GOV'T and 864 Japanese employes,
perform heavy maintenance Top
YOKOTA
honors in
AFB,
the
Oct.
Yokota
LINK TRAINER CLASS
26—
Air
suspended by Soviet authori-
ties, following a letter from
enerai Derevyanko to
kaido, was critically ill and re-
quired immediate evacuation WITNEHAFFIRMS for all Army vehicles in
southern Japan.
The Tudo shops in the past
Force Base "Squadron of the
Month" program v/ent to the TACHIKAWA AFB, Oct. 26 SCAP stating that "difficult
climatic and icing conditions"
and hospitalization. Aircraft —Ten enlisted men received prevented repatriation during
siid could not be provided be- MANILA, Oct. 26 (UP)—Col. six months have repaired 165th Airways and Air Com-
the winter months- of 1947-
cause of low ceiling and poor Agustin Gabriel, chief of intel- (often completely rebuilt) 863 munications Service detach- diplomas recently at Tachi- 1948.
visibility. ligence of the Philippines arm- vehicles and 17,704 units and ment for the second month of tawa AFB upon completion of
The TMRS issued emergency ed forces, testified before the provided a direct exchange of competition. This organization the only Link trainer me- Gen. Douglas MacArthur's
train orders, cleared the tracks House Committee on TJn-Fili- 3,717 parts. current proposal offered to
and within one hour, Keiper pino Activities that there were A system has been set up at once again will be Yokota's chanics course in FEAF. the Soviets for the second
was aboard a one-car special Communists in government these Tudo shops whereby the color squadron for all- formal The course of one month's time (offered and rejected
train en route to the 161st service. unit tbrning in a vehicle for reviews held during tht month. duration, covers installation, supply last year by Russia), is to
Medical Station Hospital at He added, however, that repairs is deprived of its use Commanding officer of the servicing and maintenance. It Soviet authorities with
Sapporo. there were only a few of them. for the shortest possible length 165th AACS detachment is technical facilities with which
The second example of Gabriel discussed the Com- of time. If a vehicle cannot be Lt. John S. McWilliams, who grants one of the critical MOS to overcome such1948-1949. difficulties •
emergency missions by the munists' methods of gaining repaired hi less than 30 days is backed by the capabili- numbers. in the winter of
TMRS is the case of Pvt. converts here, principally by it is replaced by a similar ties of T/Sgt. Harrjs J. Mori, The school is under the SCAP's offer of additional
Richard Cortey, also on isolat- propaganda among the intelli- vehicle from depot stock. first sergeant and communica- direction of Maj. John S. Mc- facilities includes: 1) dispatch- .
ed, service with the 613th gent classes and propaganda One reason for the speed tions chief. The final award in
AC&W unit at Esashi, Hokkai- combined with terrorism among with which vehicles move this 'competition is made on Intoqh and D. N. Singer, DAFC ing of ice breakers with repa-
do. On October 23, Cortey was the masses. through the Tudo shops is the a monthly basis to the squad- Plans are being made to in- triation vessels to overcome
seriously injured in an, auto- He said the "evidence indi- work of the Allied Trades, a AF PS
ron with the highest number crease the number of students icing conditions in Soviet
mobile accident. Placed aboard cates that there is some system division of the shop that cor- of points judged on the units ports used in repatriation pro-
a light reconnaissance plane, of bringing into the country responds to a service section. appearance at reviews, up- in each class and graduates gram; 2) dispatching .of re-
TMRS at 4 p.m. dispatched a
Esashi to bring the patient into
Communist
no fixed
propaganda
manner and no
'mate-
fixed
Here old units are rebuilt and
special car and engine for rial from abroad but there is issued to all Ordnance shop TBBeing Combatted keep of equipment, participa- will be used as maintenance patriation vessels to any So-
tion in athletic events, ground men at their home stations. viet Asiatic port designated by
and aircraft accident safety
installations. A using unit has Soviet authorities from which'
Hakodate where medical care time. They do it at random." only to turn in a worn part to
was available. A second He said it
engine at Hakodate rushed that the propaganda material
was quite possible
receive a rebuilt replacement. By Health. Centers records, plus promptness and The enlisted men graduating repatriation lifts are deemnd
accuracy in administrative re- were: M/Sgt. Fenton Rodgers practicable by SCAP during
ports. S/Sgt. George Buttcrfield
winter months; 3) augment-
Cortey to Sapporo's 161st Medi- and financial assistance was The Tudo heavy shops are Tuberculosis is the greatest single cause of death among S/Sgt. Melvin E. Weaver, Sgt ing the normally adequate
cal Station Hospital at Sapporo. brought to the local Commu- set up on a basis that makes Dan O. Tull, Cpl. Otis B. Over-
The Third TMRS, its person- nists by travelers from abroad. economical use of available the Japanese people and therefore one of the most important
nel and facilities serve the oc- Japanese labor and use of public health problems of the day, declared Lt. Col. L. C.
Extra Sugar Given bay, Cpl. Harrison G. Bards- conditions aboard repatriation
ley, Pfc John Roche, Pfc vessels by providing winter
work measures up to Army top Thomas, chief of the Preventive Medicine Division of SCAP's Richard A. Haubert, Pfc Regi- clothing, heating facilities and
cupation daily in many ways.
Their job is big—their accom- Chief of Chaplains standards. Through military Public Health and Welfare section, at a press conference To Japan Children nald Godin and Pvt. James M rations to provide for the wel-
fare of the repatriates "during
plishments unheralded. government, a Japanese con- yesterday. Steward.
Tours FEC Camps tractor is given the responsi- Colonel Thomas, in explain-
bility for hiring and supervis- ing the work being done to RESERVES GETTING the voyages from Soviet ports
throughout the winter months.
Post-Election Trial ing the necessary laborers combat tuberculosis under the
SCAP has approved release
of 635 metric tons of imported Report Greek-Slav The letter also pointed out
YOKOHAMA, Oct. 26—Maj.
Gen. Luther D. Miller, chief of from clerks to mechanics and Health Center Law, said that PAID FOR DRILLS sugar for the school lunch that as of last Stotember 30,
Asked By Thomas chaplains, Department. of the for
Army, who recently arrived in market
obtaining in the Japanese prior to the passage of this
certain parts which are bill, functions and activities of
program and 1,368 metric tons
of additional sugar to bottle- Relations Tense Soviet repatriation authorities
had failed for 16 consecutive
Japan to visit Gen. Douglas available. the then existing health cen- WASHINGTON, Oct. 26 fed babies during October, months to release the monthly
ters were limited to giving November and December. quota of 50,000 Japanese as
1
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26 MacArthur and Japan installa- guidance and instruction in UP)—The Army announced ATHENS, Oct. 26 (AP)—The
tions, Monday visited Lt. Gen.
(UP)—Justice Department offi- Walton H. Walker and his staff
cials promised to place 'before and began a week's tour of
BREAKFAST IN BED only a few of the fields of oday that for the first time Food officials in the Price United
public health.
Nations Special Com established
and Distribution division of mittee on the Balkans said las agrcament
by a SCAP-Soviet
of December 19,
n history it is paying its orga- SCAP's Economic and Scienti- night- that relations between
a Federal Grand Jury, a re- Eighth Army units.
quest by Rep. J. Parnell General Miller and Col. Roy AT KOBE BASE CLUB He said a legal basis has lized reserves for drilling. fic section said distribution Greece and Yugoslavia are
been established by the new The drill pay started October plans developed by the Japa- "extremely strained." It re Sapporo Club Reopens
Thomas for permission to H. Parker; chief of chaplains,
testify after the elections at GHQ, FEC, were the luncheon KOBE, Oct. 26—In eight law for the reorganization of ported a "continuing state o
But the Army said it has nese Government allow two tension along the Greek-Bui CAMP CRAWFORD, Oct. 26
its investigation into kickback guests of Lt. Col. W. C. Shure, weeks, the Kobe Base Enlisted the health center system, grams of sugar per lunch for —The remodeled Enlisted
charges against him. which provides the administra- nly $12,000,000 for training garian border."
chaplain, Headquarters Eighth Men's Club, located in the tive authority facilities and ay between now and June 30 approximately 5,300,000 chil- The new report, sent to Paris Men's Club in Sapporo, Hok-
- U.S. Attorney George Morris Army, after which the general leave hotel formerly known as trained personnel needed for dren'and teachers during tr
by special courier, said "further kaido, recently reopened with
fay said that it was up to the met with the chaplains of the Gloucester House, has reached the present full scale program ,nd that probably won't be three-month period. convincing evidence" has been
jurors to decide whether or not Yokohama area at the Yoko- a membership of 1,216 men.of public health. nough. Approximately 900 grams of collected that Greek guerrillas an afternoon and evening cf
they wduld hear the chairman hama Chapel Center. Many Kobe Base soldiers have A system of priorities has
sugar will be made . available using Albanian territory free refreshments, topped off
of the House Un-American General Miller, accompanied stayed at the hotel on furlough Colonel Thomas stated that, >een set up for making the each month to about 506,806 are for bases of operation. The
Activities Committee. But it by Colonel Parker, left by or pass. Five men chose to broadly expanded, the Tuber- layments. Except for some babies under one year of age UN General Assembly's Politi- with a free raffle and music
was considered highly unlike- train yesterday evening for take thirty-day furloughs there culosis Control Program is one 4,000 men in Class A units, whose parents have a doctor's cal Committee may take xip the by a Japanese "Hawaiian"
ly that the jury would refuse. Sendai where they will visit while the remainder were on of the most important health he Army said, the payments certificate for purchase. Greek question today. band.
A definite decision was e'x- units of the Ninth Corps. fifteen or seven-day furloughs center activities. The work be mere "tokens."
-pected before nightfall. The Thursday, he will visit units of or three-day pass. These men of the tuberculosis control
grand jury investigation deal- the First Corps, returning to. have an opportunity to lead clinic is only one of the many LJ'L ABNER
ing with charges that Thomas Camp Drake Saturday morning a comfortable, homelike life activities of the Tuberculosis
received salary "kickbacks" to visit the First Cavalry Divi- with breakfast in bed for those Control division of the Health SURE.'-EVEPNBOt#£ THE AMERICAN PUBLIC WIU-
from the employes in his con- sion. Sunday the general will who like the height of luxury- Center. 100 LEADING BUSINESSMEN GOT SHMOOS— DEMAMD NEW GIMMICKS FOB
SHMOOS.7 CANNED SHMOOS
PUMN SHnOOS.? BUT
gressional office began last conduct services at the Christ During the evenings, leave Colonel Thomas said pub- MEET IN SHMOO CRISIS.' WO* GOT CHOCO- CANDIED SHMOO6- SHMOO-
Friday. Church at 8 a.m. and at the personnel are joined by Kobe lic health nurses visit the K^ES-SH^HOg-k
Thomas denounced it as an Yokohama Chapel Center at Base men on duty status who homes of all tuberculosis pati- SHMOOS MUST
BE. EXTERMINATED, A TREMENDOUS or MKM MDUcmics KILL
attempt by Attoreny General 10 a.m. General Miller will re- come by bus for the evening ents found by individual or BEFORE THEY RUIN
Tom Clark to hurt him politi- turn to GHQ in Tokyo Sunday entertainments: There is a mass examinations conducted BUS)KIES5
cally by a "vicious smear tech- afternoon. ALTOGETHER.'?
variety show every Wednesday at the Health Center or else-
.nique." Thomas, who repeat* night and a band plays Satur- where. They also visit pati-
edly accused Clark of failure to day from lunch time till clos- ents confined to their homes
prosecute alleged Communist ing. A movie theater will be and all patients returned from
espionage agents, is up for re- opened in the hotel in a few sanitariums. In all instances
election November 2. .' days and will show pictures the public »health nurse pro-
four nights a week. The club vides the patient and family
24 Accused In Chile Plot has proven so popular that it with informative ^material
CONCEPTION, Chile, Oct. has befen full to capacity ever concerning the rules govern-
since its opening. ing proper home care. Steve Canyon
26 (UP)—Police said that
In consultation, he said, the
Communist Deputy Bernardo Irate Dad 'Bops' Offspring nutritionist provides the .pati- A$ ST6V6 ANP HAPPY AWUVE AT
., WiCf,
Araya and 23 Labor unionists LONDON, Oct. 26 (UP)—ent and family with indivi- my AHEAP- ONE OF THE HARVEST FIELD*, A
LONG LINE OF W6U.-MU5CL6P
who had been arrested here George Hollis, 45, was fined 2 dual information and guid- TBVJN6 1& CONVINCE
FK5UEE* FILES OUT OF TH6 JUN0LE...
pounds sterling for breaking a ance and the medical social
Saturday night had been plan-
plate over his eight-year old worker, when . necessary
ning to sabotage the big steel daughter's head because she makes home visits in order
plant how being built at dropped an egg—his week's to study the home conditions
Huachicato. ration. of the patient and plan for
family aid.
While maintaining close co-
Britain's Top Staff General ordination with the Tuber-
culosis Control Program

Insists On Intelligen ce First the prefectural and nationa


levels, Colonel Thomas . saic
the Health Center also main-
if t, Slim demonstrated it could glass of beer offered him by a tains liaison with outside
t By ALVIN STEINKOPF je done by supplying by air Belgian woman.
' LONDON, Oct. 26 (AP)— ;ens of thousands of troops in Another time was more re- agencies, particularly welfare Blondie
Gen. "Sir William Joseph isolated positions with every- cent, when he ordered 50,000 agencies, practicing physician;
Slim, who succeeds Field Mar- ;hing they needed. parachutes from an Indian and organizations interested in
shal Bernard Montgomery as But despite his swift ac- manufacturer without asking or concerned with tuberculosis
chief of the British Imperial commodation to changing ways the War Office. He needed the
General Staff, demands penet- in a changing world, he re- parachutes in a hurry and by- problems.
rating intelligence and broad tains some well established passed regulations. It turned
wisdom from his officers. notions about war and the out all right and the Indian 291st Band Wins 'E' Flag
Associates of the old 14th British. manufacturer got his money
GIFU, Oct. 26—The 291s
Army, who helped him smash He believes in infantry. He Decause the parachutes won a Army band was recently
the Japanese in Burma recall believes in the stubbornness was campaign. But the general
his handling of an Air Force of the British and their re- somereproved in the course of awarded the 24th Infantry Re
problem to demonstrate the fusal to get scared. bristling correspondence. giment Combat Team E flag
kind of intelligence he ex- "The British are no braver ficient administrator Associates say Slim is an ef- for September. The com
and per- manding officer is Col. Michae
pects.. than Germans, Frenchmen or sonally a shy officer of vivid E. Halloran of Oconto, Wis.
Eager airmen reported they Italians," he once said. "But imaginations. He gets things
. were in position to destroy they are brave a bit longer." done by going to the point.
the headquarters of the Japa- He believes the new genera- Day and night he demands in- An Army newspaper pub-
nese General Sato, in Burma tion of British citizens'is the telligence and insists that it be lished by and for military
and they wanted the word to "best generation we have ever applied to all military and ad- personnel six times weekly in
Tokyo, Japan, APO 500 by the
go..-. bred and it should achieve ministrative problems. Troop Information and Educa-
Courage he takes for grant- tion Section, GHQ, FEC for
TERRY
"Never," said Slim, "It would great things." THERE: NOW1M5U FOOL! WE CANT! THE PEASANT HEX SPRAY.' WHY ^I-I WAS JUST THINKIN6 OP \
be a disaster to Britain if Gen- He hates war, and believes ed. free distribution to U.S. Armed
Forces in Japan, Korea and SYMPATHIZERS WHO MAINTAIN THIS THE WAILS AFTER [ THAT POOR. CHILD, HELPLESS
eral Sato were killed. He is that despite present discour- Courage, Slim believes, has Marianas-Bonins Islands and H6YVMISTER! /' WANT MORE TSTOP THAT, CHUM PUN, SECRET FIELD FOR OUR PEOPLE THE DAN6ER5 JN THE HAND* OF THOSB
so stupid that I want him di- agements the world will man- two distinct phases. One is Okinawa. Local news may not WATER, HUH? ITS THE STUFFS YOU LITTLE FIEND.' WOULD ?& HORRIFIED TO SEE >IRUTBSI
age to find a better way. physical courage which he said be republished without obtain- FOR WASHING OFF MUD.V IFI EVER SET THESE VIOLENCE USEDON-A CHILD!
recting the other side." Slim, 75, gray, balding, his the Japanese had beyond meas- ing official clearance, except HE£, H£E.'-M>flL SHOE LACK UNTIED...
Slim believes the enemy iron mustache clipped like an ure. that AFPS material may be re-
should be helped and encour- English hedge, upsets some But he thinks they lacked printed by civilian papers with-
aged to defeat himself. out specific AFPS clearance.
traditions in the War Office real courage—the honesty to Editorial views and opinions
In .Slim, Britain will have a He came up from the ranks say to themselves that they expressed in the paper are not
chief of staff who is thorough- He has no public school back- had made a mistake, to admit necessarily those of the Depart-
ment of the Army. Address all
ly familiar w^th modern war- ground. He has 'been the vic- it to superior officers and to try communications to the O-in-C
fare. Victor over three Japa- tim of discipline a number of something else. and/or the Managing Editor. •
nese Armies in Burma, he mov- tunes. < Slim demands both kinds of Officer in'Charge:
Capt. Charles B. Taylor—26-
ed whole divisions over the He lost his stripes as a lance courage. A competent people, (271
fungle by air to strike swiftly corporal in the First World War he said, must have physical Managing Editor:
at vulnerable spots. when he stepped out of a and moral courage in proper B. B. Hathaway—57-8085
> Long before the Berlin air- marching column to take a balance. Korea Washington—*5
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