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Stars and Stripes,

KOREAN BASE SECTION-Major Albert W. Runser (left) of St. Maries, Idaho, and Lt. Col. Robert V. Mallonee of Ponca City, Oklahoma, say good-bye to Song Yong Cho, the Korean orphan who has gone to Boys Town, Nebraska.  The 11 year-old youngster lost both his feet and his parents in the flight from Seoul in 1950.  He was found crawling around the streets of Pusan by Army Sergeant First Class Harold J. Douglas of Hattiesburg, Miss.  American medical personnel in Pusan fitted the boy with artificial limbs.


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