Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Sep 19 1963, Page 7

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - September 19, 1963, Tokyo, Japan-. Forces Seoul . Forces Korea col. Robert e. Wallace has been appointed chief of the plans division of the logistics Section g-4eighth . Army. He re places col. Robert h. Townsend who has left Korea to attend the inter american defense College Washington . Wallace comes to Korea from assignment As chief of the maintenance Branch Supply and maintenance division g-4, governors Island . Five men assigned to United nations command eighth . Army have received service commendation medals for out standing and meritorious serv ice at their previous stations. Air Force maj. Karl m. Waldro n jr., plans and policies officer Iniego Vav a Schwenter unc armistice affairs division was cited for his work with he. Eighth air Force and capt. George r. Vavra chief installation Branch services and installations division g-4, Eusa received his medal for duties performed at defense atomic support Agency Albuquerque . Other commendation medals went to sgt. Maj. Phillip w. Lavie Eusa chemical Section for services while stationed at the . Army chemical school fort Mcclellan Ala. A sgt. Francisco Iniego personnel sergeant . Army advisory group Korea mag while with the Xiv . Army corps at san Francisco and Sec Robert e. Schwenter personnel management supervisor in the military personnel Divi Sion mag for outstanding serv ices at the ii army corps Vincent Kelly Reserve Center new York City. Pfc Arthur Leo a protocol Driver assigned to the 21st transportation co., has been selected August Soldier of the month among eighth army special troops. Col. Dale l. Vincent Eusa chemical officer has received a certificate of achievement from Brig. Gen. Richard p. Scott Eusa assistant chief of staff for logistics g-4. Vincent was awarded the certificate for maj. Sollars Vincent mrs. Daymude mrs. Young outstanding service As chief chemical biological radiological operations officer for the army munitions command at Pica tiny Arsenal Dover . Jacquelyn r. Sollars Eusa g-4 administrative officer was promoted to major in Early september. The Leaf was pinned on by Brig. Gen. Richard p. Scott eighth us army assistant chief of staff for logistics g-4. Opal k. Daymude a budget analyst in the logistical support division office Eusa signal Section has received a certificate commemorating 30 years of government service. Mrs. Daymude who has worked in Korea for the last three years accepted the award from col. Lawrence g. Forbes eighth us army signal officer depart m e n t of the army certificates sustained Superior performance awards and length of service certificates have been presented to Sok i Kim a clerk typist in the construction Branch mag Engineer Section Hallio b. Young a shorthand reporter assigned to the Eusa inspector general s office Sun Chin Kirn a clerk supervisor in the repair and Utility division Eusa Engi Neer Section and Kyung Bok Lee. Clerk typist mag. Recent arrivals to Eusa in clude col. Herbert c. Hansen g-4 col. Garth Stevens g-3 it. Col. Walter s. Mattox g-3 it. Col. Harry j. Taylor jr., g-3 it. Col. Robert l. Fair Secretary of the general staff it. Col. James r. Young g-3 maj. Francis l. Sarsfield g-3 maj. Haynes l. Shafer go Paul a. Vnencak signal maj. George w. Eyle signal and 1st it. Alex m. Holder jr., quartermaster. Seoul to a contest to name the biweekly news bulletin published by the eighth . Army support command Exchange system is underway and will continue through Friday. Patrons of Post or base exchanges Are eligible for the con test which offers a prize of a transistor radio i t h Remote speaker to the Winner. The nears bulletin presently called the Sac pm news is distributed every two weeks As an attachment to the eighth . Army Bascom daily bul Letin. Purpose of the bulletin is to provide All customers of the Many Bascom Exchange sys tem outlets with tips on spe Cial buys bargains and new items or services. The phase out of Seoul area command Sac and Assumption of its responsibilities by the. Eighth army support command has brought about the need for a new name according to j. L. Rounds Bascom civilian Exchange officer " entry Blanks Are attached to the daily bulletin published by e As com. The Blanks should be filled out and dropped in the suggestion boxes at any Exchange outlet. Is Korea Bureau Taegu Korea the Taegu cosmopolitan club stresses in formality arid cordiality among its members by beginning each monthly meeting with refresh ments and a Short social period according to Brig. Gen. Robert a Peters commanding general of the 7th log. Command and american co president of the club. Individual friendships develop during the club meetings Between american representatives and their korean counterparts that stimulate closer relationships and personal interest in. Community activities Peters said. The club was formed in de Cember 1962, As a result of co operative efforts Between the command and the Taegu Cham Ber of Commerce. The club s purpose is to unite koreans and americans in an Effort to promote better under standing of each other s country through monthly presentations of topics of Mutual interest. Membership is composed of about 20 . Military and civilian officials and about 20 korean representatives f r o m local government business and professional groups. A korean and an american serve together As co presidents of the club. Peters Heads the Side and Lush Sang won chairman of the Taegu chamber of Commerce and pres ident of the Taegu ilbo news paper Heads the korean Side. Each monthly meeting is based on a particular theme and a Short feature topic presentation is Given. A korean and an Amer ican working in the same Field each present 10-minute discus Sions one of them usually us p Brig Gen. Robert e. Peters left command ing general 7th log. Command addresses the cosmopolitan club at one of its monthly meet Ings. Capt. Yong Sik Pak right Republic of Korea aide arid interpreter for Peters translated the speech for korean members. Is photo Bascom names Green thumb winners Seoul " to winners in three categories have been announced in the eighth . Army support command s Green thumb of the month Competition for aug ust at Yon san military Reser vation in Seoul. Hq., co., Bascom was selected As the troop unit which has done the most to beautify i t s company and work areas. A letter of congratulations from Brig. Gen. D. E. Breakefield Bascom c o m manding general and a $15 Check for the company s unit fund were awarded to . John h. Crittenden company commander and 1st sgt Wil Liam of Lillis. In the Competition among Bachelor quarters for officers enlisted men and civilians Bachelor officers Quarter boy no. 4336 was named the Winner. The top dependent quarters for August was no. 7024b on South Post occupied by the family of it. Cdr. Ernest h. Gleim. The winners in the boy and dependent quarters categories received gift certificates entitling the occupants to be Din Ner guests of the Bascom open mess system at the club of their Choice and letters of congratulation from Breake Field. The Green thumb of the month Competition began in May As a Means to beautify Yong san reservation and at the same time provide a cleaner and safer area. The monthly Competition will continue through sept. So ple menting his subject with a film. At the last meeting Peters suggested that the group Widen its objectives to include sponsor ing club approved projects and lending the use of the club name in promoting activities in the Community interest. One of the related projects sponsored by the club is the touch football clinic that the 7th log. Command will give soon for athletic directors and coaches from 96 schools throughout the Republic of Korea Peters said. In return americans receive invitations to visit local Indus tries such As the local Apple Industry the newly opened Nylon Plant and a musical instrument factory. I visit two or three local industries at least once a month to see what is going on Peters continued. Forming the Taegu symphony orchestra by engineering the re p a i r of salvaged instruments holding sports clinics or one professional Man helping with a technical problem Are All every Day events for the Taegu Cosmo Politan club. I feel certain that the Best Community relations in Korea exist Here. People in Taegu Are some of the finest i have met anywhere Peters added. The next meeting of the club is planned for sept. 27 in the new armed forces Korea net work station at Camp George. The topic for discussion will be radio and television with Pak Yun Sun director of the Taegu radio station a log presenting the korean Side and capt. Fran Cis Price 7th logistical com Mand information officer presenting the american Side. Embassy aide arrives in Seoul Seoul is Edward w. Dehorty former Counselor for economic affairs at the Ameri can embassy in Tokyo arrived in the Republic of Korea monday to take a new Post at the embassy Here. He replaces William l. Magistretti As chief of the Mission. Magistretti will return to Washington for re assignment. Dehorty was accompanied by his family. Pacific stars & stripes 7 thursday sept. 19, 1063k

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