Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 14 1967, Page 30

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 14, 1967, Tokyo, JapanMadame Chiang grateful for american help Taipei Taiwan Maag Madame Chiang Kai Shek has saluted the american military Community stationed in the Republic of China saying you Are Here to helps and we Are grateful for your the wife of China s president spoke at a luncheon of some 400 members of the officers wives club Taipei held at the military assistance advisory group officers Noho Uso Madame Chiang Kai Shek wife of the presi or s table were mrs. William e. Jeremiah second Dent of the Republic of China Speaks to a luncheon from Rig town president and mrs. Chian meeting of the . Officers wives club Taipei at Ching Kuo right wife of the chinese minister of the Maag officers open mess. Also at the speak National defense. Maag american s Ryukyu police maps Transfer protested Manila up about 50filipino workers staged a Demon stration in front of the . Embassy thursday to demand that an american labor Recruiter be kept on in his Job Here. The demonstrators wanted . Ambassador William Blair to intervene to prevent Arthur de Ronde 49, of Azusa Cal., fro being promoted to a higher Job in Vietnam. De Ronde in the Philippines forthe last 14 months has been recruiting filipino workers for projects in South Vietnam being constructed by the consortium of Raymond Morrison Knudsen. De Ronde said thursday after hearing about the demonstration that it s a wonderful Way to Besent he is scheduled to leave monday for Vietnam to become personnel director of the firm the largest construction combi nein the world. Beef up patrols is Okinawa Bureau j Naha Okinawa the Ryukyu armed forces police rap has beefed up its patrol Force to prevent undesirable occurrences and violations of the Law in six off Post entertainment areas on Okinawa a spokesman for . High commissioner said thursday. The spokesman said the aug mentation of the rap patrol Force was made under instructions of . High commissioner f. T. new patrols comprising 48 additional military policemen began regular operations Friday. The rap has doubled walk ing patrols and added motorized patrols Between 6 . And 2a.m. Nightly in Koza Kadena a Gate no. 2 and business Cente streets in old Koza Kin Village Hospital strike ends Oakland Cal. A some Futema Nam Inoue and Henko n Kushi. The spokesman said the augmented program to be carried out in cooperation with the gov rement of the Ryukyu own bolstered patrol efforts is de signed to reduce offences involving americans and Ryukyu ans. He also said the 48 new my completed a training program equipping them for crime Preven Ion and Law enforcement duties before they joined the rap. 350 Hospital workers in Alame county returned to their Job de Ronde said he Hopes a dem wednesday1 from an eleven Dayon stration planned for his Depar Ture monday will be called off. He said nothing can be done about the Transfer. As for the filipino workers he said i be tried to help walkout after the Board of supervisors agreed to rehire them Anc give them to 10 per Cen raises. Madame Chiang noted that americans Here had just observed their new year s celebrations and that chinese families were just beginning to prepare for their new year Holiday governed by the lunar year of the horse is galloping out she said an the year of the ram is butting his horns against the door to be let some of our new j year s resolutions have already been broken she said but one of the pleasant things about Bei Gable to celebrate two new years every 12 months is the Opportunity to reassert our resolutions. Perhaps we can make some More resolutions in the year of the ram she closing she extended her personal new year s Best wishes to the gathering. Madame Chiang was introduce Dat the affair by mrs. William e. Jeremiah own president. Shews greeted by mrs. William e. Gentner jr., wife of the com Mander . Taiwan defense command and mrs. D. B. John son wife of the military assist Ance advisory group distinguished chinese guests attending the luncheon were mrs. Chiang Ching Kuo wife of nationalist China s minister of National defense mrs. In Yue is wife of China s chief of the Gen eral staff and other wives of ranking nationalist chinese civil and military officials.,., ens sunday Naha Okinawa is then aha Uso will hold dedication ceremonies at 2 30 . Sunday Jan. 15 for its newly redecorated building on Hokusai Street Naha announcing the program army col. James b. Jones chair Man of the Uso committee Oki Nawa pointed out that Naha Usoris now one of the most Beautiful clubs in the As an information Cen Ter in 1961 with a staff of twin a Small storeroom the club now uses two floors of the Down town building has a staff of two americans three staff aides an additional staff of seven. During the month of Decem Ber Over 13,000 men used the facilities of the Naha club. This includes an expanded snack bar. Equipment for taping voice letters or taping favorite records from their Library to piano guitar billiards Ping Pong various Ables games and Oriental games religious literature stationery and writing desk 35 different magazines checking facilities and lounges. Navy ship in collision Taipei a the 7,000-Tonliberian freighter Silver Moon outbound from the Southwest Tai wan port of Kaohsiung was dam aged wednesday in a collision with the american Navy Oil tender a053.there were no casualties. No damage was reported on theol tender. The Silver Moon suffered two gashes on port Side and remained pairs. In Kaohsiung for re More female leathernecks Futema Mcafe Okinawa Iso Twenty four women marines from various . Duty stations Are to arrive on Okinawa Jan. 17 to augment the women Marine detachments Here and at Camp Smedley d. of the lady leathernecks will be assigned to Futema and the rest at Camp corps history was made oct. 22, 1966, when the first detachment of women marines arrived for duty Here. It was the first time that women marines had been stationed farther West than addition to one officer and eight enlisted now at Futema two officers have also arrived for duty at Camp Butler. Those arriving tuesday will triple the number of women marines on Okinawa. 3 Hurt As police rustlers clash Manila up three me were wounded in a 30-minute fight Between philippine constabulary troops and cattle rustlers in. Pangasinan Northern Luzon thurs b-52 Crews win air medal Sclay morning a trooper a police guide and a Western Pacific 01 three b-52 Strat fortress Crews from Mccoy fab fla., and two from Glasgow fab mont., As signed temporary duty with 4133dbomb Wing in the Western Pacific were presented air medal during Retreat ceremonies by maj. Gen. W. J. Crumm 3d air . Rustler were hit during the ex-1 each of the Crew members change after the constabulary caught six men trying to Rustle three cows and two water Buffalo. Total of 28received medals for participating in Aerial flight under combat conditions during bombing five of the rustlers escaped. Missions in support of . And Allied ground forces fighting in of the 367th bomb so. Who received medals were cats. Eugene j. Kempton Peter t. Sayre and David r. Lawrence 1st its. David l. Morris and Deal. Eckel and a sgt. Frank c. Rumberger capt. Robert , 1st it. Larry j. Pankau maj. Roger j. Felden 1st v. Harmon and Lloyd h. Arnold and sgt. Cletus w. To War maj. Otto l. Kovar jr., cats. Wallace c. Jacobson an Jack b. Steffenhagen 1st its. Morris c. Mason and Herman c. Burnette Glasgow fab personnel of 322d bomb so. Who received medal were maj. John f. Hurst jr., 1st it. Craig l. Stetson capt. Dar Rell b. Roberts 1st its. Kent b. Burns and James w. Wade and sgt. Robert j. Sickonic capt. Ronnie w. Bexley 1st it. Jon , capt. Joseph d. King 1st its. Murray l. Newton and Ron Ald d. Livingston. Kadena Mech nominated Kadena a Okinawa 01 the 313th air div s top Field maintenance Mechanic Here d. Morgan 18th Field Maint. Sq., 18th tactical fighter Wing was recently nominated forthe fifth air Force outstand Ingfield maintenance Mechanic s e m i annual , 18th fms mechanical accessory Section was chosen for313th air div. Honors following Morgan his selection As the 18th Tow top Mechanic of the Quarter and earlier selection As the Squadron maintenance Manof the month. The 14-year air Force Veteran was selected for each award for his outstanding management Abili ties and effectiveness in promo Ting the Zero defects program within his Section. Also cited were his progressive training proce dures and timely dispatch of mechanical accessories handled by his Section. Morgan was selected As maintenance Man of the month for a gust and won the Wing quarterly honors shortly thereafter. The Force is Given following judging Semi annual award for fifth air of nominees from All units. Stars & stripes i saturday Jan. 14, 1967

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