V B Woodside Man Leads Invasion U. Col. Robert TapIcU. who the f h s l America]i landing enemy lines in Korea yesterday, thc former commanding officer of Ihc marine detachment at Treasure Island and husband of Patricia Kingston Taplelt oE Woodside, it was learned today. The two were married al Woodside in October of 1P.4G. Mrs. Tap- lelt's parents, Dr. John Kingston, San Francisco coroner, and Mrs. Kingston, reside in Woodside and Mrs. Taplctl and her two c h i l Claire, 3, and Christine, 16 m o have been living with t h e m j Colonel TapIcU shipped out to hoa w i t h the First M a r i j some weeks ago. | ThcTapletls expect a t h i r in January, Thc family home is 231 Thirty -second avenue, San Francisco. At Ihc time of their marriage, he was commanding m a r i n e detachment at Island. He was transferred to Camp Pendleton, near San Diego, in 1943.. He is a JH-ifl graduate nf thc University of "South Dakota ant: received a commission as a seconr lieutenant in t h a t year. He service during World War H Fcrvicc during World War II m and aboard the cruiser Salt e Cily.