Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Aug 23 1967, Page 28

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 23, 1967, Tokyo, JapanI american forces Vietnam network Avn am Vietnam Friday aug. 2j 6 00news and sports 6 30music by candlelight 7 05swinging sixties 8 05australian news 8 10swinging sixties 9 05chris Noel 10 00news and sports 10 30jazz concert 11 00curfew saturday aug. 21 12 05chaplain s message 12 10curfew 3 00news & sports 3 15curfew 4 05morning Star 4 15jim Ameche 5 05jim Pewters 6 00 news 6 10morning meditations 6 15 Dawn Buster 7 05sports 7 10dawnbuster 8 30message of Israel 9 05polka party 10 05saturday swing 12 00news & sports 12 30navy hour 12 55information feature 1 05afr-vn report 1 30silver Platter 1 55information feature 2 05world of country music 3 00sports 3 05world of country music 4 05suunds of the sixties 4 30hawaii Calls 5 05bolero time 6 00news & sports 6 30music by candlelight 7 05folk festival 8 05grand Oie opry 9 05australian news 9 10night beat 10 00 news & sports 10 30night beat 11 05curfew Avn pm Vietnam Friday aug. 25 2 05easy listening 3 00news 3 05easy listening 3 30enchantment of music 4 00news 4 05concert hall5 00nev/s 5 05small world 6 00news 6 15just music 7 00news 7 05rolling along 8 00news 8 05our musical heritage 9 00news 9 05showtime 10 00news 10 15john Doremus show 11 00news 11 05sola 11 30the late show Avn to Saigon Friday aug. 2$ 6 30information feature 7 30news & sports 8 00gunsmoke 9 00danny Kaye 10 00the tonight show Avn to Danang Channel 11, Danang aug. 25 12 30downbeat test pattern party 1 00andy Griffith 1 30jackie Gleason v 2 30get smart 3 00red Skelton 4 00news 4 05jim Bowie 4 30combat 5 30a Date with Chrit 6 30survival 7 00channel 11 report 7 05my favorite Martian 7 30-Roy Acuff 8 00lost in space 8 50three Star final 9 10dany Kaye 10 00tonight show Arvn to qui n non Channel 11 Friday aug. 2s 6 00password 6 30tv news special 7 00headline news 7 02dick Van Dyke 7 30aftv news & sports 8 0012 o clock High 8 50it s your Money 9 00weather Brief 9 02red Skelton 9 55late news 10 00the tonight show 11 15the evening devotional i editorial department and news bureaus i 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 rci., 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 the United state. Held by the tics that bin America. I love Are like every woman you pout you nag you Gripe and groan. But like a Man i can t leave you alone. For you be become a part of me your love has grown. We be had our bad times but it was always kiss and make love has always stood the , we shall make up again for we shall love each other til the end. We Are like husband and wife you and i our vow s been said the knot s been tied. And just like newly weds we went on our honeymoon you the Bride i the Groom. So we went Back Homeland settled Down to raise our kids til they were grown. And now my dear we re both depressed our kids have cause done hell of a mess. We can t blame ourselves we raised them right taught them to love and not to fight. Not to fight for an unworthy cause but they thought they were right and it was the last we did error in our Way by not giving the same toys with which they could when you have two kids such As us they re sure to fight and bound to s a shame one was born dark the other Light but they re Brothers dear Why do they fight those kids they were talking one Day i was working they at play when i heard one to the other say i m trying to do right and be fair As Well and the other said Well you re wrong brother wrong As that was when i came to youth see what it was that we could taught them both to believe in god but could it be we spread the Rod Well we were kids ourselves one time and misbehaved As they do now let s Hope they both grow Upland Start to Settle Down. Let s Hope they never fight again because they both get Hurt in the i hold you dear in my arms let s Pray that neither comes to s a pity that those two Brotherston love respect and help each Only Hope one Day and Hope that Day is near that they la learn to love As i love you my . Ronnie j. Smith 587th Sig. Co. The new Day will we Ever see the Day when the world will be freeform War s Way when the Dove of peace will again reign supreme to some men who Call it Adream when the world will be filled with brotherly love and the blood spot remove from the breast of the Dove. 2nd it. Suzanne r. Mercado377th Usan dispensary when seeing double is fun judges could t decide whether Karon Snechat contest. They told the girls to flip a Coin and my her m. , be so represent is tsp a of to j a los Angeles in a National Model of the year 120 pounds. A wounded by pc dog s Srouf heart saves him Tan son Nhut Vietnam 10 if Ringo an army scout dog had been wounded in the korean War like he was wounded in Vietnam chances Are he would have had to be destroyed. But through the team efforts of two veterinary officers and two dental officers of the . Army1st log. Command s 44th medi Cal brigade Ringo will be backing action in a few weeks. Several weeks ago Ringo and his handler spec. 4 Roger c. Jones a member of the 44thinf. Scout dog platoon operating with the 25th inf. Div.,were on a Mission. While engaged in a fire fight with Cheviet Cong Jones unleashed Ringo so the clog could return to the unit s base Camp. Unknown to Jones at the time Ringo had been shot by a pc. The Bullet struck Ringo in the nose and exited through his lower jaw Bone. Damage fro the gunshot wound left Ringo minus one fourth of his lower jaw several Teeth and a Small portion of his Tongue. For 11 Days Ringo was Lis Tedas missing in driven by sheer courage and hunger since his smashed jaw prevented him from eating ring finally returned to his base Camp at Dau Tieng. He was brought to the 44thmedical brigade s 936th Veteri nary det. At the air base 93 Ith operates a Complete Small animal repair Ringo s shattered jaw a four Man team from the brigade was called in. Headed by it. Col. Donald b. Osbon an Oral surgeon assigned to the 24th evac. Hospital at Longbine the four doctors per formed an operation that too four and one half hours. To repair Ringo s jaw the jaw was correctly positioned and then held in place with a strip of denture plastic secured to the jaw with four screws. It s called Bip Hasic extra skeletal set. While the appliance is screwed to the exterior of Ringo s jaw giving him a misshapen look Ringo is now he drinks and eats normally an should be Back in action in a few weeks when he regain some weight he lost 20 pounds during his 11-Day wanderings int. This is the first time that scout dog wounded like Ringo has been operated on in this manner and returned to full with his exterior plastic jaw the future looks Bright for Ringo. According to Osbon who is also a consultant in Oral surgery to the . Army Viet Nam surgeon perhaps at sometime in the future we can remove the appliance and do a Bone graft to restore the missing portion of Ringo s jaw. But for right now we Are pleased wit the results of the Viet Hamlet gets its first dentist Camp Evans v i e t n a in Iso the people of Phong Dien have a dentist for the firs time. It. Joseph p. Nowak a Nav dentist and his assistant in Gary Pegg from the 4th marineregl., plan to make a twice a week dental Madcap. Usually it s the kids that Arete first to be treated Nowak said. But the first time reworked mainly on the the team treated 3 5 Viet namese at the refugee Camp and the Phong Dien Buddhist Ham have been made for an interpreter to go to the Vil Lage and inform the villagers when we will be there Nowa said. Pacific stars & stripes a wednesday aug. 23, 197

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