The Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1953 Page: 17 of 18
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Thursday January 29 1953
Legal Directory A-l
NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD
Attorney at Law
Bradley Bids. Killeen Ph. 186
J. W. THOMAS
Phone 533 Belton. Texa*
TOM A CARLILE
Attorney at Law
Ratl'.ff Bids. Office No. 1
Phone 4591 Killeen
DINING DANCING AMUSE. B-7
WOULD LIKE TO CONTACT SMALL OR-
chestra. Phone. Temple 3-9824.
faAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK-
ingr problems? For help write Alcoholics
Anonymous Killeen P.O. Box 607.
APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-l
Stove & Refrigerator
Go east on Rancier till you see Wanda
Park Rental Office sign—Stop and ask for
Information about any of the apartment
6555 or 1471
CLOUD CONST. AGENTS
Box 248. Killeen
One Bedroom $65
Two Bedrooms $75
Three Bedrooms .... $85
Located East on Rancier Ave.
Phone Killeen 1471
Office Above Bank Building
LLEEN HOUSING CORP.
415 Gray Phone 721
APARTMENTS. FURNISHED C-
If You Are Looking For
Ideal Living Apartments Where
Your Rental DOLLAR Earns
Money For You ... Be Sure
To Check With Us Before You
PARK DEVELOPERS INC
(Adjacent To Golf Course)
1700 Walker Drive
THREE 3 ROOM FURNISHED APART
ments private bath small child accept
cd. May be seen evenings 1416 W
Adams. Temple or call 3-2770.
APARTMENTS. UNFURNISHED C-2
1 Bedroom $65
2 Bedrooms $75
3 Bedrooms $85
AND RANGE INCLUDED
New Beautiful Furniture Available at
Small Additional charge.
Stewart & Duncan
Call Killeen 7041
WILLIAMS AND DUNLAP
Classified Ad» accomplish your aeUlnx
Job for you at.little cost.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE 0-1
Adjoining Killeen City Park
"High On The Hill"
In Killeen Heights
You Never Had It
Apartments Located In
Eastwood Park Addition
2 BEDROOMS... 75
1 Bedroom Apartment S65.00 S80.00
2 Bedroom Apartment S75.00 S95.00
3 Bedroom Apartment S85.00 $110.00
Call 3521 Today
Turn right offi Belton Hwy
Edge of City Limits
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE D-l
Offer a three bedroom brick home with
detached 2-car garage. Located on corner
lot1 in desirable location in Belton. Pay
$1600 for equity assume loan at pay
ments now on property.
SITUATIONS WANTED H-6
EXPERIENCED BABY SITTER AVAIL-
able day or night. Call 7907 Killeen.
PIANO LESSONS FOR CHILDREN. CALL
Fort Hood 3620.
Miscellaneous For Sale 1-1
FOR SALE—GUARANTEED WASHING
MACHINES AT ALL PRICES AND
MODELS. FISHER-WILLSON APPLI
ANCE CO.. KILLEEN. TEXAS
FOR SALE: WESTINGHOUSE CLOTHES
been used. Sacrifice at
•160- 208 Martin Drive. Walker Village.
FOR. SALE—THREE PIECE SECTIONAL
living room suite child's youth bed.
Phone Killeen 328. (a-5).
Office School Siipplies 1-6
OFFICE MACHINES CO.
317 West Adams
Temple Phone 3-5351
BUILDING MATERIALS 1-7
WE HAVE IT
Immediate delivery Service on all orders.
HI WAY 190 (I
FOR SALE—1948 HARLEY DAVIDSON
motorcycle three wheels with carrier
compartment. 5250. Fort Hood Photo
Shop Fort Hood Texas. Phone 43185.
FOR SALE—1941 BLACK FORD TUDOR
coach. Excellent condition. If you are
looking for a clean dependable nice
appearing low priced transportation
here is what you want. Must be seen
and driven to be appreciated. Full price
8395. Evenings phone 45128 Bldg. 2845.
Days phone 2350. Lt. Landrum (a-5).
HOUSE TRAILERS L-5
FOR SALE—1951 ALMA HOUSE TRAIL-
er 25 ft. completely modern with show
er gas range etc. sleeps four adults
clean as new $1200 equity and payments
of S66.67 per month. Call 3846 during
duty hours or see at lot B-5 Enlisted
Mens' Trailer Court.
FOR SALE—2 HOUSE TRAILERS A 22-
foot 1951 California make trailer and a
27-foot 1953 Pan American 2 months old.
Both in excellent condition. Will consider
furniture or late car trade-in. Going
overseas so must sell to highest bidder.
See both at Lot No. 29 Officer's Trailer
court. Ft. Hood.
FOR SALE—1951 TRAVELITE TRAILER
house. 32 ft. Modern with shower. Two
bedrooms. Will sell for $2950. Located
at site H-5 EM Trailer Court. Cpl.
C. D. Todd (a-l).
4005th WAC Det.
By Pvt. Isabelle M. Ott
We wish a speedy recovery for
SFC Mary Davis Sgt. Irene Cribbs
and Pvt. Yvonne Allen who are
patients in the hospital.
Pvt. Betty Burns has left for the
AG School at Ft. Benjamin Harri
son Ind. Cpl. Lena Ray has taken
over the duties of supply clerk va
cated by Private Burns.
Cpl. Ursula W. Reiners who has
been on leave visiting relatives in
Germany has returned.
Now on leave are Sergeant Hag
gard Private Oldham Cpl. Pat
Hill and Pvt. Marilyn Blystone.
Pvt. Buelah Ellis is on an emer
Judging by recent workouts the
WAC Det. appears to have a
promising basketball team. The
team will participate in the basket
ball tournament to be held at Fort
Sill. Okla. March 3 to 8.
PVT. BILLY WELBURN
TV Antenna Built
By Pvt. Welburn
17th Training Co.
(PIO)—The first television an
tenna has reared over the North
Fort Hood horizon at the 17th
Training Co. day room.
The installation of the set and
antenna was accomplished largely
through the efforts of Pvt. Billy
Welburn of Palestine Tex.
Private Welburn gained the ex
perience necessary for the job
stringing power lines and raising
poles for the Texas Power and
Light Co. Before coming into the
Army his ambition was to be a
construction and maintenance en
gineer in the power field. His job
at T. P. & L was the first rung
in the ladder.
Raising the antenna was a simi
lar job. But lacking the hoist us
ually used by crews to raise poles
the muscles of the 17th were used
to raise the 30-foot antenna base.
In the course of construction many
more times Private Welburn had
to substitute field expediency for
Accomplishing the next step was
his specialty with spikes and straps
up the pole Welburn went to affix
the antenna mast and solder on
the cables. Because of the ex
perimental nature of the project
he found it necessary to scale that
pole many times.
The finished product stands 43
feet in the air and extends eight
feet below the earth. The extra
ordinary height of the antenna is
necessary because of the distance
to the broadcasting station makes
good reception difficult. But the
arduous labor paid off and the
17th Co. enjoys excellent TV re
317th Tank Bn.
By Sgt. Roscoe M. Francis Jr.
Cpl. George T. Elmore has left
to be separated from the service.
While serving in this battalion he
has performed as personnel ser
geant and during his last month
as sergeant major.
Sgt. Bertran D. Clark Jr. was
married while he was home on re-
We wish Donald R. Welsh the
best of luck on his overseas assign
Cpl. Gene M. West has been
placed on TDY with the post boxing
"You Can't Go Wrong With
When If Comes To
SHIRLEY'S SMOKE HOUSE
FOR BAR-B-Q FANCIERS IT'S FINE BAR-B-QUE FROM
OUR SMOKE HOUSE AT RANCIER AND ROOT. CLOSED
ON SUNDAYS EXCEPT FOR PRIVATE PARTIES IN OUR
NEW CLUB ROOM.
FOR THE BEST STEAKS IN TEXAS CHOSEN ON THE
HOOF BY EXPERTS. 24-HOUR SERVICE AT 4TH AND
THE ARMORED SENTINEL
By PFC Edward Larsen
We welcome Sergeant Aaron and
Private French back from Cooks'
Our. mail clerk PFC Arnold
has been temporarily relieved of
his duties and placed on the rolls of
the working men. He and Corporal
Harrington are in the process of
remodeling our I & E center.
By Cpl. Bob Blaisdell
Indeed newsworthy is the long
awaited re-opening of our mess
hall which occurred recently. The
building was closed several months
ago to undergo some badly needed
renovation and to facilitate the in
stallation of several items of labor
saving kitchen machinery includ
ing an electric dishwasher potato
peeler mixer and an improved
grill. With the recent renovations
and with such a capable steward
as SFC De Costa it's now better
By Private Morgan
Seven men were promoted to
PFC. They are Buckner Bellville
Black Manley Heitmeier Robin
son and Turpin.
Our nine new PFCs are Am-
brosio Barnes Hite Lowther
Luna Robertson Scheller Surratt
Corporal Han is back with us
again after spending 15 days at
his home in Texas.
3633ND ORD. CO.
By PFC Gary Hill
Blevins Tandum and Olson are
busy sewing on new PFC stripes.
Capt. Robert H. Hering Jr. has
been transferred to the 123rd
81st Recon. Bn.
By PFC Arseneau
Two men from the 13th MTB
have gone to work in S-4. They are
PFC's McLaurin and Bryant.
By Sgt. Blalock
PFC Lundquist is now in school
at the 4121st ASU Food Service
School. Pvt. Streeter has returned
from the same school and is now
working in the mess hall.
SFC Moyer has been transferred
to the 4005th ASU for separation.
By Sgt. Maguth
Sgt. Zippen the unit supply ser
geant is wearing a smile big
enough to match those chevrons
on his sleeve.
By Cpl. Keller
Capt. Christensen became the
parent of a boy.
By Cpl. Adams
SFC Kennison and SFC Hill de
parted last week for a new duty
Pvt. Leblanc left recently for the
YOU'LL BE PLEASED
WITH OUR SERVICE
By SFC Walter Drosin
We welcome SFC Horace Priest
ly as our new mess sergeant. He
has worked in the mess hall for 12
years with eight years overseas
duty on Okinawa and Saipan with
the 24tht Inf. Regt. and in Korea
with the 73rd Trucking Co.
We welcome back from furlough
Pvt. Herbert Wolinsky who spent
15 days in New York.
By PFC Prince D. Alexander
First Sgt. Raymond P. McDou-
lett has completed a course at the
Lt. Nat Harris is welcomed as a
new addition to Able Company.
By PFC John O'Brien
WOJG and Mrs. Henri L. Herron
announced the birth of a girl. Mr.
Herron is the administrative offi
cer of Baker Company.
Cpl. Joseph Cavaganaro new ar
rival from 701st AIB assumed the
duties of mess steward releasing
SFC Alber Gragilla to perform dut
ies as field first sergeant.
By PFC Kenneth E. Tichinel
We welcome three new cooks:
Cpl. Milton Comeaux PFC Bur
nett Heath and PFC James E. Mc-
By SFC Rudolph P. Small
We welcome Sgt. Billy R. Price
back from the hospital.
M-Sgt. Billy J. Hearn comes to
us from Bridge Co. to take over as
DRIVE RIGHT IN--
16 Major Brands
Sales and Service
Simmonsville Copperas Cove
GENERAL CLARKE CONGRATULATES the top three students of the sixteenth NCO Course to be
graduated from the Non-Commissioned Officers Academy. Honor graduate was SFC Chester L.
Mallory Co. A 16th AEB of Houston (second from left). Pvt. Donald E. Brown Btry. B 2nd AAA
of Hanover Pa (center) placed second while PFC. Lloyd L. Sheldahl Hqs. Co. 1st AD of Stewart
Ohio (second from right) placed third. Lt. Col. William F. Jackson Asst. commandant of the academy
(right) looks on in approval.
first sergeant. He served with the
1st Cavalry Div. in Korea.
We have completed the project
of building the Boy Scout camp
near Belton and are tackling the
new project of building huts for the
Boy Scouts near West Range Road.
By Cpl. Weldon Allen
Our carpenter Sgt. Paul Smith
has been doing some wonderful
work on different projects. He has
practically redone the entire arms
Hq. 1st AD
The company is still on the move
with improvements this week with
the dayroom getting most of the
attention. Cpl. Bill Berna is using
his paint brush to the fullest ad
vantage hitting practically every
thing in sight.
They're painting all those tables
that needed it.
We are organizing a ping pong
tournament throughout the com
pany with everyone eligible.
Remember PFC Don Mecca? He's
still losing at pool and yelling about
it. Just can't seem to settle down
and play a consistent game. Did
you know that he's a heavyweight
boxer who could probably take the
post title but an old injury made
him retire from the ring?
Five men are going to the NCO
Academy. PFCs Keith Shoemaker
Ernest Tibout and Francis Teebee
to the NCO course and Cpl. Ray
Higby and PFC William Seele to
the maintenance school.
We have anew first sergeant in
M-Sgt. Ross B. Hudson who trans
ferred from the 123rd AOMB.
A wolf is a guy who's devoted
the best leers of his life to women.
TV AT SERVICE CLUBS
Watch your favorite television
shows at any one of the three
Hood service clubs—162nd Street
Brigade Avenue and North Fort
ENFIELD N. H. (AFPS)—Bud
Warren hit a "hunter's jackpot"
recently when he used only five
shots to bag a bear deer fox and
a rabbit while hunting in Ver
Something any one will enjoy
receiving on Valentine Day.
BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OP THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
fColV' is a reghffmd trade-mark
404 Gray St.
"I'll have a Coke."
COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
ffi 1951 THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
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