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Scan Wotiien Workers

PUSAN,-Korea, May 11 (PMP)


to Discover Thieves
the metal-sensitive mine detec- being touched, the employees
•—^The Army Engineers' mine tor -in' checking, indigenous are. thoroughly 'inspected "sight VOLLEYBALL "PRO" AT 32ND INF. "REGT.—The volley-
detector, with- ;a simple in- workers as they leave. Korea's unseen" by -the mine detector, ball squad representing A Co. in the 7th Div's 32nd Inf. Regt.
novation, is serving double largest ordnance: supply, depot. operated by: Security NCQ, Sgt. boasts one of the outstanding net men in Korea. Pvt. Antonio
duty ^ere/ ^during .the. cease- Sinccj; |: the; f 1: James H. StratpQn,. Salem, O. Frachesqhi . was an athletic instructor at : San Antonio College
fire. ;:<:: ^H-l^i^i- :
. Xit. Col. ;A.F<; ferviriq, 'security
amount^ •jbfi '"""'' '••-<- •' .
in. Puerto, P^ko/ ^before; entering the Army and in his spare
t!
•ped stiaji|pli>, -....— _„_..,-.-~~ Y : Bruno,; bj^|rt. J&tfeifto Hi- Volleyball
^v was^a^frt!^^
officer;: -of the; 226th " Jo^dnance the dalyf sha^sdP^ns^ haf |jeen can judge,, we v team. „ frratihef chl ,7 pteyedf fifi '!•: tt^iiy •-Latifi^y
Base jD^epot, ;if£,c:ed .With disap- 'cut in j Half.' * ^Every ^eVenirig, had bnly a fe^at^ii|ted: thefts a n d >H ; B o i ;wt t ^ ' i j ^> f i i e - ': IritetfnMiowf
- $n
pe'aring .ordnance items ;artd 350 w"bMeri:'Vfllev through fa : Under his: Mtflaff ^tnd ; help W ttiej P
;^efQr^v .^lie"^i^bfet:|]|iasif fallen A <Cb.fe' is , £4, toy a iriririii e&s i ' ; . - •':•'• • • :
time-consuin^rig .; shakedowns check" ';f^6intMf %hii V"'face • Hhe t&. .almpst;v:;abm|^A.:^|i|i|ig the
«olved; :the : rbblehx ; by' using; •magnetized^£arcfheri * iVfitMbut ',;*.*• . > '-^•'"•--^^I^Their vwomen
will be reactivatfiW
tinie this month, ae£drdihg * ;tb an announcement from ither &M-
sipn: G«3 section. .The school is designed to train all officers
ii^ the. division in the fundamentals of preventative mainte-!1
nance, vehicle inspection and motor pool operations.
• ''" •-••'••-•-•:••••* :•-•-• ' - • * • • ' • " • * ^ - . / ••* - ' • . ' * - .- • ,-. - „, , • ••

^^i^,;a^|e3^^|tio^'|e|is than SIGNAL CO. CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY AT 2N£> DIV.


— ^This unit's Signal Co. commemorated its 33rd anniversary
;|0/f.|g^^^|T^e|^pnaen.' in- of assignment to the 2nd Div. recently with a unit day cele-
bration. Brig. Gen. J. F. R. Seitz, 2nd Div. commander, and

.,.., ..- . — ^
Services. Backed by 1st .Lt.., John^-fA,-J;:pja,/ Special
offJlceT;; at this piano, Jost blows 'a-''meij$^--hdrnv;?^
^b^ris.;" JTost, who began his muslcat/pajpee^ in a sclipbl;
band, tias been highly successful ;^ith Jris rendatlbns of
to in ^^ .and ''Sen^mental^ ^ n-
sensitive;:- tti; ment for. .:tne^ : irte, ; -JbK|said.,.?/'?:gllad'v;to'• dp ''
is held^^•'iacn:es^fip6niv;w6rkers
; USAFI < ;ENl|<|Mi3^
(
ORD. BASE pDEPbTTT^USAFj;, enrollin,ents have :alm6^'4. ^p£^t:ed''
ed, • i clia:ftges. at the 226tJhL ^Ordriaiute Base D^epfli during the • past t^i^|>itths. :

TALKS TURKEY—"This, gentlemen, is » turkey/'^ says


. ::accprding; .to 'figures/ released /by the Depot Educitiojti! ^Jpiiter.
Witli \; iaiy " largei'' '^iece; . ' . of; :
Capt. Roy W. Burley, 9th;. Inf. Regt. supply officer, as he metal; Strattbn hears a;- grating, A total 'of 324 so jdjier;^ currently -are; taking 463L-; dotir|es'$i*his
addresses one of the opening classes of the regiment's new hammering nqise. No matter , marks ari increase 6fVl56 studerits and 225 courses' sihc^^ast
cooking school. Holding the bird is M/Sgt. Robert Heiser, January. An enrollriient breakdown shows that 231 enlisted
school supervisor. The turkey had no comment. (USA Photo) where, a bit .of metallic sub- men and 13 officers are studying correspondence or 'self-teach-
stance is concealed, the detec- ing cours_es. Eighty students are taking part in group study
tor will; uncover it. classes. . ' . ' ' . .
Pupils Learn Culinary Art In fact, Stratton said, "The
device is strong enough to pick
* * * ; ' * . . . » .
3RD TRC GROUPS RECEIVE COMMENDATION—Depart-
* *

At 9th Inf. Regt. School up .nails in shoe soles, ,belt ment of the Army general orders recently announced the fifth
buckles and snaps on clothing." award of the U.S. Meritorious Unit Commendation to Head-
quarters and Headquarters Co. of the 3rd Transportation Mili-
HQ., U.S. 2ND DIV., Korea During the four-week course
May 11—The 9th Inf. Regt. ha_ the student c;ooks; receive -27 Ohio Soldier Serves tary Railway Service. The 3rd TMRS was redesignated recently
as the 3rd Transport Railway Command,'and is commanded
opened a school for cooks tto hours of theory arid 196 hours
supply, its units with trained of actual practice., T,he latter F<jurth Korean Toi?r by Col. E, B. Gray,
ceived, the award r
for
Falls Church, W. Va. The unit re-
"exceptionally meritorious perfprmance
personnel. is done in twin' tent-housed : HQM U.S. 2ND toiy., Kotea in support <;of combat operations" fi*om a period of beginning
The idea originated with kitchens. Cleanliness and get- May 11—Korea must be some- Aug. 21, 1953 through Apr. 30, 1953.
M/Sgt. Robert Heiser, the re ting the meal out on time are thing like Dayton, O. be- * • '* .* * * * *
gijjient's food service NCO stressed. . . cause M/Sgt Robert E. Ni-
He had noted a growing short arhos can call both .places I CORPS BEGINS WATER WORKS PROJECT—A water
:age of school-trained cooks in Lot Easier Jhiome. ' ' . . . . works for the town of Uijongbu is the latest major AFAK pro-
the unit, with not enough. re "We teach) them to clean up Three times rotateo* to the ject to be approved by the I Corps Eng. Section, .according
placements coming in to fil as. they go," Heiser said, "be- States and three times re- to Maj. J. C. Fogarty, executive officer of the Civil Affairs
the need. Capt. Roy W. Bur cause its a lot easier that turned, Niarhosj a platoon section. The project began in^March and is expected to be com-
ley, regimental supply officer, way." sergeant in L Co., 83rd Inf. pleted in October. The system will provide drinking and bath-
approved the idea ands Heisef Heiser, a -former.-instructor Begt,, is now serving his ing water far the 80,000 residents of the city and will also be
was in business. , . in the Quartermaster Food fourth tour of duty in Ko- used- for fire-fighting.. The contribution from AFAK will ap-'
Service School at Fort Lee, proximate, $50,000 in materials, most of which will be spent
Va., had. 52 students in his -r.ea.. t . , . , " ''_', >'.'.''
Unit Has Sundae first class. The students -rotate Niarhos, from Dayton, has
for cement to build a dam and piping to carry the water.
.., , *'. • .* '*" * * * ' * ' • ' : '
the various 'duties in the kit- completed 54 months in Ko-
Kind of Love COOK
chen, including KP, and are rea since he o first ^arrived poor mess sergeant at Headquarters Co. of the 25th Div.'s
MEANS BAKER AT 35TH INF. REGT Pity the
PUSAN, . Korea, May 11 required to eat their own cook- here 'in- 1947. Although he 35th Inf. Regt. When .he yells for a cook he gets a baker and
'(PMP)—Here's a tip on how ing. ' - - • : . ' • • ' ' - . •,,.-.• • hasn't gone : "completely when he calls for a, baker a cook answers. The cause of all
American soldiers put ' on At the end of their training, native", he can speak the the trouble is Cpl: Kenneth T. Baker, Nacogdoches, Tex., a
weight in the Army: . ; the student cooks are given a language fluently. The nine- cook in his company since last April. "Of course," says Baker,
The 5Q3rd -Engineer group. written exam, and must plan year Army veteran has serv- "all this trouble would have been avoided if the Army sent
•Snack Bar last month sqld and prepare a meal before ed with four infantry dlvir me to bakers' school instead/of cooks' school."
10,500 sundaes and 6,000 milk they graduate. They are then sions while in Korea arid :
•.- •:; ••'--. ; *•..• . *.. *• * *• * *
shakes and malts. "farmed out" to company mes- is waiting tp re-enlist. Asked ^ 106TH FINANCE SECTION COMMENDED^-The 106th Fi-
The ,Engineers also consumed ses for, an',, additional three to describe his most, exciting nan.ce Disbursing Section, the oldest finance unit in Korea,
10,600 hamburgers and chees- day's "seasoning"^ before re- eacperience, the Korean ca-. recently received a letter of congratulation from Lt. Gen. Bruce
burgers, 7,400 orders of french ceiving permanent assjigri- reer man answered tacifarnly, G. Clarke, commanding general of X Corps, on the unit's fifth
fries and 6,300 dozen dough- ments. . «. • ;• • . "nd comment". anniversary. Clarke commended the 106th for paying X Corps
nuts. The "month's sales (total- troops with "efficiency and alacrity," and for the excellence
ed $7,600," the highest since the with which the unit helped to assist members' of the com-
enack bar ;opened in February. mand with, problems concerning allowances, travel pay arid
A new feature of the . snack allotments. The 106th 'is commanded by Maj. John A. Estpck,
bar at the 503rd is Sunday Providence, R.I. -'* -
breakfasts', eggs with choice 'of '•' • - • ••. - • • • • • * . ».. •.-». *- * .*...*.
ham, bacon or steak. But not
with ice cream. SPRINTER FINDS, TANKS ROUGH ON TRACK FORM AT
The 1,000 gallons of ice 89TH TANK BN.—Keeping his legs in shape for 25th Div. track
cream used each month is used competition is a little bit rougher for Cpl. John L. Foster, At-
only in the sundaes, malts, lantic City, N.J., than many of the other candidates. Foster,
sodas arid milk shakes. a dash man, is also a tank driver in Co. A. of the 89th Tank
Bn. "Wherever I go during working hours I ride," says Foster,
P.I. ENVOY SAID OUT "so I have to dp extra road work to keep my legs in shape."
While at Pleasantville High School in Atlantic City, Foster's
TAIPEH, Formosa, May 11 best time for the 100-yard dash was 9.9 seconds.
(UP)—The 1 newspaper China * * • * . * * * *
News reported yesterday that 40TH DIV. REGT. EXCELS AT MAIL HANDLING—A lo-
Chinese ambassador to the cator file system is in operation at the 160th Inf. Regt. APO
Philippines, Chen Cheh-ping for the location of personnel who have received letters and
might be replaced late this packages with the address1 incomplete or not legible. In eight
monlh.- months on the locator job, Cpl. A. McArdle, Dorchester, Mass.,
has joined over 12,000 pieces of mail with their owners. The
3 Pacific Stairs & Stripes mailroom at Hq Co., 2nd Div. was recently Hamad the best in
'I think it's broken » the division in a- command inspection*
Scan Wotiien Workers
PUSAN,-Korea, May 11 (PMP)
to Discover Thieves
the metal-sensitive mine detec- being touched, the employees
•—^The Army Engineers' mine tor -in' checking, indigenous are. thoroughly 'inspected "sight VOLLEYBALL "PRO" AT 32ND INF. "REGT.—The volley-
detector, with- ;a simple in- workers as they leave. Korea's unseen" by -the mine detector, ball squad representing A Co. in the 7th Div's 32nd Inf. Regt.
novation, is serving double largest ordnance: supply, depot. operated by: Security NCQ, Sgt. boasts one of the outstanding net men in Korea. Pvt. Antonio
duty ^ere/ ^during .the. cease- Sinccj; |: the; f 1: James H. StratpQn,. Salem, O. Frachesqhi . was an athletic instructor at : San Antonio College
fire. ;:<:: ^H-l^i^i- :
. Xit. Col. ;A.F<; ferviriq, 'security
amount^ •jbfi '"""'' '••-<- •' .
in. Puerto, P^ko/ ^before; entering the Army and in his spare
t!
•ped stiaji|pli>, -....— _„_..,-.-~~ Y : Bruno,; bj^|rt. J&tfeifto Hi- Volleyball
^v was^a^frt!^^
officer;: -of the; 226th " Jo^dnance the dalyf sha^sdP^ns^ haf |jeen can judge,, we v team. „ frratihef chl ,7 pteyedf fifi '!•: tt^iiy •-Latifi^y
Base jD^epot, ;if£,c:ed .With disap- 'cut in j Half.' * ^Every ^eVenirig, had bnly a fe^at^ii|ted: thefts a n d >H ; B o i ;wt t ^ ' i j ^> f i i e - ': IritetfnMiowf
- $n
pe'aring .ordnance items ;artd 350 w"bMeri:'Vfllev through fa : Under his: Mtflaff ^tnd ; help W ttiej P
;^efQr^v .^lie"^i^bfet:|]|iasif fallen A <Cb.fe' is , £4, toy a iriririii e&s i ' ; . - •':•'• • • :
time-consuin^rig .; shakedowns check" ';f^6intMf %hii V"'face • Hhe t&. .almpst;v:;abm|^A.:^|i|i|ig the
«olved; :the : rbblehx ; by' using; •magnetized^£arcfheri * iVfitMbut ',;*.*• . > '-^•'"•--^^I^Their vwomen
will be reactivatfiW
tinie this month, ae£drdihg * ;tb an announcement from ither &M-
sipn: G«3 section. .The school is designed to train all officers
ii^ the. division in the fundamentals of preventative mainte-!1
nance, vehicle inspection and motor pool operations.
• ''" •-••'••-•-•:••••* :•-•-• ' - • * • • ' • " • * ^ - . / ••* - ' • . ' * - .- • ,-. - „, , • ••

^^i^,;a^|e3^^|tio^'|e|is than SIGNAL CO. CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY AT 2N£> DIV.


— ^This unit's Signal Co. commemorated its 33rd anniversary
;|0/f.|g^^^|T^e|^pnaen.' in- of assignment to the 2nd Div. recently with a unit day cele-
bration. Brig. Gen. J. F. R. Seitz, 2nd Div. commander, and

.,.., ..- . — ^
Services. Backed by 1st .Lt.., John^-fA,-J;:pja,/ Special
offJlceT;; at this piano, Jost blows 'a-''meij$^--hdrnv;?^
^b^ris.;" JTost, who began his muslcat/pajpee^ in a sclipbl;
band, tias been highly successful ;^ith Jris rendatlbns of
to in ^^ .and ''Sen^mental^ ^ n-
sensitive;:- tti; ment for. .:tne^ : irte, ; -JbK|said.,.?/'?:gllad'v;to'• dp ''
is held^^•'iacn:es^fip6niv;w6rkers
; USAFI < ;ENl|<|Mi3^
(
ORD. BASE pDEPbTTT^USAFj;, enrollin,ents have :alm6^'4. ^p£^t:ed''
ed, • i clia:ftges. at the 226tJhL ^Ordriaiute Base D^epfli during the • past t^i^|>itths. :

TALKS TURKEY—"This, gentlemen, is » turkey/'^ says


. ::accprding; .to 'figures/ released /by the Depot Educitiojti! ^Jpiiter.
Witli \; iaiy " largei'' '^iece; . ' . of; :
Capt. Roy W. Burley, 9th;. Inf. Regt. supply officer, as he metal; Strattbn hears a;- grating, A total 'of 324 so jdjier;^ currently -are; taking 463L-; dotir|es'$i*his
addresses one of the opening classes of the regiment's new hammering nqise. No matter , marks ari increase 6fVl56 studerits and 225 courses' sihc^^ast
cooking school. Holding the bird is M/Sgt. Robert Heiser, January. An enrollriient breakdown shows that 231 enlisted
school supervisor. The turkey had no comment. (USA Photo) where, a bit .of metallic sub- men and 13 officers are studying correspondence or 'self-teach-
stance is concealed, the detec- ing cours_es. Eighty students are taking part in group study
tor will; uncover it. classes. . ' . ' ' . .
Pupils Learn Culinary Art In fact, Stratton said, "The
device is strong enough to pick
* * * ; ' * . . . » .
3RD TRC GROUPS RECEIVE COMMENDATION—Depart-
* *

At 9th Inf. Regt. School up .nails in shoe soles, ,belt ment of the Army general orders recently announced the fifth
buckles and snaps on clothing." award of the U.S. Meritorious Unit Commendation to Head-
quarters and Headquarters Co. of the 3rd Transportation Mili-
HQ., U.S. 2ND DIV., Korea During the four-week course
May 11—The 9th Inf. Regt. ha_ the student c;ooks; receive -27 Ohio Soldier Serves tary Railway Service. The 3rd TMRS was redesignated recently
as the 3rd Transport Railway Command,'and is commanded
opened a school for cooks tto hours of theory arid 196 hours
supply, its units with trained of actual practice., T,he latter F<jurth Korean Toi?r by Col. E, B. Gray,
ceived, the award r
for
Falls Church, W. Va. The unit re-
"exceptionally meritorious perfprmance
personnel. is done in twin' tent-housed : HQM U.S. 2ND toiy., Kotea in support <;of combat operations" fi*om a period of beginning
The idea originated with kitchens. Cleanliness and get- May 11—Korea must be some- Aug. 21, 1953 through Apr. 30, 1953.
M/Sgt. Robert Heiser, the re ting the meal out on time are thing like Dayton, O. be- * • '* .* * * * *
gijjient's food service NCO stressed. . . cause M/Sgt Robert E. Ni-
He had noted a growing short arhos can call both .places I CORPS BEGINS WATER WORKS PROJECT—A water
:age of school-trained cooks in Lot Easier Jhiome. ' ' . . . . works for the town of Uijongbu is the latest major AFAK pro-
the unit, with not enough. re "We teach) them to clean up Three times rotateo* to the ject to be approved by the I Corps Eng. Section, .according
placements coming in to fil as. they go," Heiser said, "be- States and three times re- to Maj. J. C. Fogarty, executive officer of the Civil Affairs
the need. Capt. Roy W. Bur cause its a lot easier that turned, Niarhosj a platoon section. The project began in^March and is expected to be com-
ley, regimental supply officer, way." sergeant in L Co., 83rd Inf. pleted in October. The system will provide drinking and bath-
approved the idea ands Heisef Heiser, a -former.-instructor Begt,, is now serving his ing water far the 80,000 residents of the city and will also be
was in business. , . in the Quartermaster Food fourth tour of duty in Ko- used- for fire-fighting.. The contribution from AFAK will ap-'
Service School at Fort Lee, proximate, $50,000 in materials, most of which will be spent
Va., had. 52 students in his -r.ea.. t . , . , " ''_', >'.'.''
Unit Has Sundae first class. The students -rotate Niarhos, from Dayton, has
for cement to build a dam and piping to carry the water.
.., , *'. • .* '*" * * * ' * ' • ' : '
the various 'duties in the kit- completed 54 months in Ko-
Kind of Love COOK
chen, including KP, and are rea since he o first ^arrived poor mess sergeant at Headquarters Co. of the 25th Div.'s
MEANS BAKER AT 35TH INF. REGT Pity the
PUSAN, . Korea, May 11 required to eat their own cook- here 'in- 1947. Although he 35th Inf. Regt. When .he yells for a cook he gets a baker and
'(PMP)—Here's a tip on how ing. ' - - • : . ' • • ' ' - . •,,.-.• • hasn't gone : "completely when he calls for a, baker a cook answers. The cause of all
American soldiers put ' on At the end of their training, native", he can speak the the trouble is Cpl: Kenneth T. Baker, Nacogdoches, Tex., a
weight in the Army: . ; the student cooks are given a language fluently. The nine- cook in his company since last April. "Of course," says Baker,
The 5Q3rd -Engineer group. written exam, and must plan year Army veteran has serv- "all this trouble would have been avoided if the Army sent
•Snack Bar last month sqld and prepare a meal before ed with four infantry dlvir me to bakers' school instead/of cooks' school."
10,500 sundaes and 6,000 milk they graduate. They are then sions while in Korea arid :
•.- •:; ••'--. ; *•..• . *.. *• * *• * *
shakes and malts. "farmed out" to company mes- is waiting tp re-enlist. Asked ^ 106TH FINANCE SECTION COMMENDED^-The 106th Fi-
The ,Engineers also consumed ses for, an',, additional three to describe his most, exciting nan.ce Disbursing Section, the oldest finance unit in Korea,
10,600 hamburgers and chees- day's "seasoning"^ before re- eacperience, the Korean ca-. recently received a letter of congratulation from Lt. Gen. Bruce
burgers, 7,400 orders of french ceiving permanent assjigri- reer man answered tacifarnly, G. Clarke, commanding general of X Corps, on the unit's fifth
fries and 6,300 dozen dough- ments. . «. • ;• • . "nd comment". anniversary. Clarke commended the 106th for paying X Corps
nuts. The "month's sales (total- troops with "efficiency and alacrity," and for the excellence
ed $7,600," the highest since the with which the unit helped to assist members' of the com-
enack bar ;opened in February. mand with, problems concerning allowances, travel pay arid
A new feature of the . snack allotments. The 106th 'is commanded by Maj. John A. Estpck,
bar at the 503rd is Sunday Providence, R.I. -'* -
breakfasts', eggs with choice 'of '•' • - • ••. - • • • • • * . ».. •.-». *- * .*...*.
ham, bacon or steak. But not
with ice cream. SPRINTER FINDS, TANKS ROUGH ON TRACK FORM AT
The 1,000 gallons of ice 89TH TANK BN.—Keeping his legs in shape for 25th Div. track
cream used each month is used competition is a little bit rougher for Cpl. John L. Foster, At-
only in the sundaes, malts, lantic City, N.J., than many of the other candidates. Foster,
sodas arid milk shakes. a dash man, is also a tank driver in Co. A. of the 89th Tank
Bn. "Wherever I go during working hours I ride," says Foster,
P.I. ENVOY SAID OUT "so I have to dp extra road work to keep my legs in shape."
While at Pleasantville High School in Atlantic City, Foster's
TAIPEH, Formosa, May 11 best time for the 100-yard dash was 9.9 seconds.
(UP)—The 1 newspaper China * * • * . * * * *
News reported yesterday that 40TH DIV. REGT. EXCELS AT MAIL HANDLING—A lo-
Chinese ambassador to the cator file system is in operation at the 160th Inf. Regt. APO
Philippines, Chen Cheh-ping for the location of personnel who have received letters and
might be replaced late this packages with the address1 incomplete or not legible. In eight
monlh.- months on the locator job, Cpl. A. McArdle, Dorchester, Mass.,
has joined over 12,000 pieces of mail with their owners. The
3 Pacific Stairs & Stripes mailroom at Hq Co., 2nd Div. was recently Hamad the best in
'I think it's broken » the division in a- command inspection*