Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Aug 17 1967, Page 24

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - August 17, 1967, Tokyo, Japan3 red agents slain Seoul up South Korea troops shot and killed three communist North korean armed agents Early tuesday in the Paju area about 30 Miles North of Seoul military official said. The agents were first detected by South korean troops last night on the Southern Bank of the Tojin River about 35 Miles North of Seoul. After an Exchange of fire one South korean Soldier and one civilian were injured. The South korean troops i cooperation with police hunted downed the agents and finally killed them this morning according to the officials. A number of arms and equip ment also were captured at the scene officials said. Meanwhile the South Korea government monday activated the police counter agent opera Tion task Force in a ceremony held at an army training Campat Wonju. After a two week training course the members of the task Force will be deployed in areas near the demilitarized zone and along known agent . Church in Shadow of Doz Park urges efforts for unification is Korea Bureau Seoul the Republic of Korea tuesday marked its 22nd liberation Day and the 19thindependence Day in ceremonies at the Seoul citizens Hall. Addressing some 3,000 citizen attending the ceremony presi Dent Chung Hee Park urged the nation to pursue the prime objective of reunification of North and South Korea by increasing the National strength through economic construction. Park said we must build pour ability to unify Korea with out waiting for communist North Korea to the president stressed that unification Means declaration of Freedom Over the Northern part of Korea but reminded that the Chance of unification is by no Means actually impending unification the chief executive said is the National task of bringing liberation an Freedom to the people in North in order to accomplish this National goal the president called upon the people to co operate and exert their Best of the 30-minute ceremony was attended by government Lead ers foreign diplomatic representatives and korean residents from overseas. Club plans photo tour Seoul Bascom it s Shutterbug time at the Yon san crafts shop again aug. 27. Start ing at 1 p.m., the shop is Spon Soring a photo tour to the walled City of Suwon. Once the capital of Korea Suwon offers a variety of photographic subjects such As a confucian Hall and a Buddhist Temple. Praise the lord and pass the ammo is photo by spec. 5 Jim Konschuh chaplain capt Richard g. Callentine conducts sunday religious services near Korea s Doz. Ask new Rok Aid in War Seoul up foreign min ister Kyu Han Choi has disclosed the government and the unite states have discussed in Gen eral terms the possibility offending a korean logistic serv ice corps to Vietnam. Choi said monday that the matter was discussed recently when special . Presidential envoys Clark Clifford and Gen. Maxwell Taylor visited Seoul on the last leg of a five nation Southeast asian and Pacific tour. Choi added that no Concrete consultations were held either on the size of the corps or the pay level for its members. By spec. 4 Tom grahams a Korea Bure Aucamp Howze Korea sol Diers attending chaplain capt Richard g. Callentine s sunday afternoon services Are not necessarily encouraged to Clos their eyes while they Pray. Capt. Callentine chaplain of the 3rd bn., 23rd inf., 2nd inf. Div., holds Church services for american soldiers near the korean demilitarized zone each sunday afternoon. With a flak jacket on his Back a steel helmet on his head and a Bible under his Arm has earned the Itjin scout Patch for combat duty during his 125 trips to the Doz. The chaplain has gone on over40 combat patrols As a non combat attitude is that anywhere the men Are that s where the no s essay wins $50 Freedom prize Seoul Bascom first sgt. Jeff Turner d co., 8th . Army Stra com Long lines bn., has received the George Washington award and a $50 for his essay in a contest sponsored by the freedoms silk prints to be shown Seoul is silk screen prints of hang Sung Lee and ceramics by mrs. Chong Lew hang will be on exhibit at the Yon san crafts shop from aug.19 through sept. 1. Lee editor and publisher of Many korean Art textbooks and director of the korean publish ing society has exhibited in International exhibits in Taiwan Japan Finland the Philippines and the United . Hwee Whang has exhibited in the Usis and won first prize in the korean National exhibit in 1966. Foundation at Valley forge. The presentation of the award and Cash sum was made in a ceremony by it. Col. Raymond Mcfadden commanding officer Stra com. Turner s essay titled de fending Freedom safeguards America stressed the role of America s youth in preserving her Freedom in a world of in creasing tyranny. An excerpt from the essay reads our ultimate defense the impregnable safeguard for America it will be recorded begins and ends in the Continental United states. It begins the first time Little boy watches in wide eyed wonderment As his father stands Little taller prouder with his hat Over his heart As the Flag passes. On the stubby unsteady legs of a three year old the defense of Freedom takes a giant Ste Forward if the answer is right when he asks Why did you do that daddy " chaplain should be too he says. He has been spending his sunday afternoons visiting with men on duty near the do since last september. Six weeks ago he began conducting for Mal services. The men requested that the services be held the chaplain says so i began going to Lea the men in worship following sunday morning services in the battalion chaplain Callentine travel with armed escort often in the Back of trucks or armoured personnel carriers. Along the Way he stops to talk to soldiers on duty. Following Chow he Calls the to worship the service is 10 minutes Long and it lasts Yoxall week no cover soldiers in combat gear gather around for the Short services Complete with bulletin typed especially for the Field. Sometimes the chaplain even holds communion. The response of the men tothe services has been tremendous he reports. An average of25 soldiers attend each worship. Chaplain Callentine a native of Worthington Ohio says he has an infantryman s took army Roth during his four years at Ohio state University and was commissioned a second lieutenant serving for three months before receiving permission to attend methodist theological school in Delaware graduation from the Seminary he came Back into the army As a chaplain. His korean a Plant set for 7975 Seoul up science technology minister Kihyung Kim has reported government plans to push construction of an atomic Power Plant with generating capacity of 510,000 kilowatts by1975. Kim said the government planned to rely on foreign Loans for completion of the atomic Power Plant. Wife and daughter live in Colum bus. Ohio. Though the services Are often conducted in the Shadow of the Doz the chaplain says no incidents have occurred. Everyone who comes brings weapon he says and i Don t make them close the Reyes while they army honors Safe workers Ascom Korea Bascom eighteen workers civilian and military have received safety awards for Accident free driving and operation of equipment i ceremonies at the 20th Gen. Sup port group he. Ten received Safe driving awards for driving More than 8,000 Miles without an acc dentin periods ranging from a year to a year and a half. They we rests. Thomas Dunmire Haven Stuart and Tommie Brown of co. A 13th Supply and services in. Sgt. Shin ii Kim and Soo Kim of the 202nd trans. In. Chung Yong to Hyon us sin and san son song of the trans motor Pool and Hun song Chang and us Yong Kim of the Ascom Post engineers. Eight other members of the Post engineers received awards for Accident free operation of equipment. They were i won Hong Yong Tae Pak Tang Hyon sea Pang Yong i and Chong Sik i operators of engineering equipment Chin us Kim and Yong Tae Chu utilities Plant operators and Mun Kil Chang warehouse operator. Leaders course Sef Seoul Bascom a course in Basic leadership skills will be conducted sept. 5-8 to train women to help with the girl scout program in Korea. Inter ested persons May Call mrs. F. T. Barrett at is 4600 e. Huffman is 4496, or mrs. Irvin m. Rice is 4791. Pacific stars & stripes 7thursday, aug. 17, 1967

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