Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Aug 17 1967, Page 28

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - August 17, 1967, Tokyo, JapanAmerican forces Vietnam network Avn am Vietnam saturday aug. 19 6 00mews & sports 6 30music by candlelight 7 05folk festival 8 05grand Ole opry 9 05australian news 9 10night beat 10 00news & sports 10 30night beat 11 05curfewsunday aug. 20 3 00news & sports 3 15curfew 4 05countdown 5 05world of music 6 00news 6 10music for sunday morning 8 30protestant hour 9 05salt Lake City Tabernacle coir 9 30hour of the crucified 10 05name your tune 12 00news 8, sports 12 110army hour 12 55informati n feature 1 05panorama2 55news 3 00spirts 3 05music for a sunday afternoon Avn pm Vietnam saturday aug. 19 2 05saturday sounds 3 00news 3 05saturday sounds 4 00news. 4 0.5roger Carroll 5 00news 5lo i world of music 6 00news 6 15jim Ameche show 7 00news 7 0 Holland festival 7 30munic around the world 7 55one for the show. 8 00mews 8 0 Bolero time. 9 00news 9 05days of the big bands 10 00news 10 15gary Owens 11 00news 11 05paris East Avn to Saigon saturday aug. 19 12 00f=.b. Film 12 30jim Bowie 1 00daniel Boone 2 00-Roy Acuff 5 30beverly Hillbillies 3 00andy Griffith. 3 0sports of the week 6 00lost in space 7 00m-squad 7 .?0news & sports 8 00jackie Gleason show. 9 00hollywood Palace 10-00saturday night at the movies Avn to Danang Channel 11, Danang saturday aug. 19 12 30cousin ski test pattern part 1 00lost in space 2 00feature film 3 30sport special 6 33 i corps forum 6 15tba 7 do Channel 11 report 7 05smothers Brothers 8 00gunsmoke 8 50three Star final 9 10hollywood Palace 10 00third Man 10 30feature film Arvn to qui Nhon Channel 11 saturday. Aug. 19 5 00wrestling from olympic 6 00the big Valley 6 55news Brief 7 0 sports Brief 7 05major league baseball 9 50tenth inning 9 55late news 10 00saturday Nite movie sunday aug. 29 2 00chapel of the air 2 30sports preview 2 33sunday sports event5 03c3s sports spectacular 6 15metrotone newsreel 6 30news special 6 55news Brief 7 00sports Brief 7 05the fugitive 8 09bonanza 9 00ed Sullivan 9 50tenth inning 9 55late news 10 00movietime editorial department i and news bureaus Tokyo. All offices 402-4101 City desk and reporters 402-4101 ext. 41-42-57 South Vietnam Saigon Arvn 31952 Danang Goldfinch 625, Motely 227 and Puma 161 Nha Trang. Goldfinch 788 Cam Ranh Bay 3307 Washington room 2e756, Pentagon Washington . 20301 circulation department District offices Hong Kong Swindon Book co. 13-15, lock rd., Kowloon 6-2040 Thailand Bangkok. Capital hotel 70070 South Vietnam Saigon Lynx 331due to copyright restrictions subscriptions cannot be accepted for delivery to addresses in th9 United states. Lights camera action the next time some oily stranger tells a Bountiful Little briton named Diana suitor that he can get Ner in the movies she can reply thanks loads ducks but my husband s taken care of All Diana from Essex is married to who sees to it that the Public sees a lot of her. I s 70,000 a fiends in and out of psf log command Hospital Cam rank Bay Vietnam 10 Early one morning in june army spec. 4 Auva Cook was returning with a patrol to his company s base Camp. The 3rd brigade 25th inf. Div., Soldier remarked we had been waiting All night to am Bush them but on the Way Back to Camp they ambushed fragments from a 40mm Gre Nade put the 20-year-old infantryman out of action for a while but did Merit him a dubious distinction he was the 10,000thpatient to be admitted to the 1st log. Command s oth convalescent c e n t e a near Camanh Bay a. Since its opening in May 1966, the Center has created and re turned to duty thousands of Allied fighting men. While Cook was the 10,000th admission we soon expect to re turn the 10,000th Man fully re covered to his unit said it. Col. Anton Hitzelberger com manding officer of the Center. That figure is equivalent to two . Infantry brigades. With out our facilities Many of the semen would have been evacuated to Japan or the the 6th cd part of the 44thmed. Brigade specializes in treating malaria hepatitis other diseases which require lengthy treatment periods and Battle casualties. The Center s capacity 1,300beds makes it possible for patients to remain longer. Those patients who suffer from malaria undergo a specially devised three phased pro i Aru of treatment. One phase involves medication the other two exercise. Caring for hepatitis patients has become another 6th cd Spe Fialty. Virtually All hepatitis cases in Vietnam Are sent to us said capt. William Rogo Way chief of medical service at the Hospital. About 25 per cent of the Cen Ter s patients Are Battle casual ties who have been previously treated at other hospitals. Minor surgery is performed at the Cen Ter but the primary Job is to build up the patient s strengths he can return to duty. In ceremonies marking the admission of the 10,000th patient to the Center Cook received purple heart from maj. Gen. Richard Knowles commanding general of task Force cited the 6th convalescent Center As an example of the Superb medical support available to . Fighting men. I m on my Way each Man being sent her twelve months or More each Day you spend seems longer than before. Tas some Guys leave with words so dear those Long Long months seemed less than a be spent two months ten move Are debut each Man Here know what each goes grows nearer your months grow few your thoughts of Home Are certainly not new your wife or girl to whom your heart belongs prays for you daily that nothing goes wrong. It takes thoughts like this to make time Fly and before you know i you la be saying Good by but As your journey grows nearer the end you can thank your go for his protecting hand. All the time spent Here you can gladly say Home Sweet Homei m on my Way. Airman 2.c. Charles l. Joubert 2shti Supply al a Thailand tomorrow if tomorrow were an endless dream if tomorrow never came i d sit alone and cry myself for everything would stay the Hopes no dreams for some thing Newt to desire to want a change the same old love the same old hate never an Early never a late. How can it be we have no wants Are people so afraid get up go out and think for yourself or be caught up in the mass gave us minds to use As we May not to sit and wait so unless we go out and use them Norwell never reach that debate. But How do i Tell of what lies in my min when it s not so Clear to me it s not easily done you jus can t pick anyone and Tell them How it s got to Jeffrey Abeles hits. And main support Mill Maint Force Oregon try harder from the cambodian Norderto the China sea. From the Mekong Delta to the do nobody works As hard As m losing weight and fading really Don t know How Long i la i keep up this torrid Pace. One thing sure Well win this race. Keep up with me both Day and night. No sweat g.i.,we la win this fight. No time offend Don t want none. Aren t giving up till my Job is done. There is no my military mind. There must be an end to this everyday grind. Get ready for inspection and the co checks us. I d like to hang it All up and head Back to Texas. But there s too much to do As you can nobody works As hard As , . William r. Horrocks a Naug sub area command Pacific stars & stripes a thursday aug. 17, 19g7

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