The Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1953 Page: 11 of 12
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LEGAL DIRECTORY RENTALS
Legal Directory A-l
NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD
Attorney at Law
Bradley Bids. Kilieen Ph. 186
TOM A. CARLILE
Attorney at Law
Ratliff Bids. Office No. 1
Phone 4591 Kilieen
HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK-
ingr problems? For help write Alcoholic
Anonymous Kilieen P.O. Box 607 or call
APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-l
If You Are Looking For
Ideal Living Apartments Where
Xour Rental DOLLAR Earns
I Money For You Be Sure
To Check With Us Before You
PARK DEVELOPERS INC
(Adjacent To Golf Course)
1700 Walker Drive
Wanda Park Apts.
1 2 & 3 Bedrooms
Go east on Rancier till you
see Wanda Park Rental Of
fice sign—stop and ask for
Cloud Const. Co. Agents
Phone 6555 or 1471
Box 248 Kilieen Texas
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 Kilieen 7041
WILLIAMS AND DUNLAP
HOUSES UNFURNISHED C-4
FOR SALE—EQUITY IN SMALL HOME
completely furnished within two blocks
of Fort Hood east gate. During duty
hours phone Corporal Thomas 3159 or
see at 1004 York street Kilieen. (2-4).
16 Major Brands
YOU'LL BE PLEASED
WITH OUR SERVICE
HOUSES UNFURNISHED C-4
NICE TWO BED ROOM HOUSE FOR
rent. For details call or see Duncan
Brothers Used Car lot phone 1311
FOR RENT—TWO BEDROOM HOUSE.
S50 month. See Duncan Brothers or
call 1311 Kilieen.
FOR SALE—EQUITY IN 2 BEDROOM
home.. .hardwood floors.. .Leaving town
priced right. Can be seen by calling at
170S 18th street. Kilieen.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE D-l
Offer a three bedroom brick home with
detached 2-car garage. Located on corner
lot 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. Kilieen.
PIANO LESSONS FOR CHILDREN. CALL
Fort Hood 3620.
Miscellaneous For Sale
FOR SALE—FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERA-
tor runs good. Must sell to buy larger
model. Can be seen at 1708 N. 18th or
FOR SALE^-GUARANTEED WASHING
MACHINES AT ALL PRICES AND
MODELS. FISHER-YVILLSON APPLI-
ANCE CO.. KILLEEN. TEXAS.
FOR SALE—GORGEOUS COCKER SPAN'
iel puppies: blacks reds and blondes
lop blood lines ready to go. Burnside
Kennels Belton Texas.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1-3
FOR SALE—DINETTE SUITE ONE
roll-a-way bed. Available March 28.
See at 208 Martin Drive Walker Village.
Office School Supplies 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.
b\ 400 INDIAN
LIVESTOCK & SUPPLIES
BIRDS CATS DOGS PETS J-4
FOR SALE—DASHCHUND PUPPIES 6
weeks old 2 pair girls shoe skates sizes
5 and 6. Call Kilieen 10611 any time or
may be seen at 208 Waskow Ave. Wal
ker Village. (B-3).
AUTOMOBILES TRUCKS L-4
FOR SALE—1951 TWO DOOR CHEVRO-
let de luxe model radio and heater one
owner actual mileage 11000. Call Mrs.
Eldin Tutt Kilieen 6781. (C-l)
FOR SALE—1949 TWO DOOR CHEVRO-
let radio and heater excellent condition.
Going overseas. .must sell. Will take
§895 cash. Call 3770 during hours 45124
after duty. Lt. Carey. (B-3).
1953 KAISER MANNNHAT-
tan two tone white side walls radio
and heater overdrive 6.000 miles.
Equity take up payments. May be seen
at 413 Washington street or after 6 p. m.
at Kilieen Drive-In theater. (B4).
FOR SALE OR TRADE—'51 PLYMOUTH
4 door Cranbrook radio heater in ex
cellent condition. Phone 7222 or contact
Lee at Post Dental Lab. between 8 and
5. Fort Hood.
I E I N
Sales and Service
Simmonsville Copperas Cove
HOUSE TRAILERS L-5
FOR SALE—EQUITY IN 27 FT. SPORTS
man House Trailer for S300. Three full
beds air conditioner included. Site G-f
EM Trailer Court.
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 566.67 per month. Call 3846 during
duly hours or see at lot B-5 Enlisted
Mens1 Trailer Court.
FOR SALE—32 FT. TRAVEVLJTE TRAIL-
er house. 1951 model 2 bedrooms mod
ern with shower. Site H-5 EM Trailer
Park. Will sell for $2850. Call 3478
during duty hours. (C-l).
We welcome SFC George Addy
and Pvt. Aplis. Addy will become
our new mess sergeant as SFC
Teel will be processing for dis
Cpl. William Cower's vehicle
completed its tenth consective spot
check withou a deficiency.
New members of the company
are Lieutenant Funk who came
from Co. B. Private Schosser from
501st Repl. Co. and Private Canal-
es from the 4006th ASU at Fort
PFC Burnette has gone to the
NCO Academy for a four week
course in leadership.
SFC Addy has been transferred
to H&S Co. as mess steward and
Sgt. Raven has transferred to Hq.
& Hq. Co. CC "B" as a commo
There were 11 promotions in the
company last week New corporals
are Foster Kenna and Wendt
new PFCs are Sieverding Strother
Terry Witcher McLean Rash
Matava and Acfalle.
Sgts. Haynes and Gislar have re
turned from Ft. Knox Ky. where
they were attending the Armored
Recon. Leaders Course.
SFC Johnny O. Jones is the new
est member of the company.
Corporal Ross our mail clerk
received a 100% rating from the
Division Postal Inspector.
Supply Sergeant Mitchell Wyskiel
is showing Sgt. David Brace the
ropes in running a supply room.
Brace has also been attending the
NCO Academy unit supply course
prior to taking over from Corporal
Corporal Charbonneau was select
ed "Soldier of the Week" for his
outstanding job as commo chief.
Sergeant Durham formerly our
1st sergeant will be processing for
SFC Manuel Marquez is back
from the Armored School Ft.
Knox Ky. where he attended the
Armd. Recon. Leaders Course. He
is to take over the job of 1st ser
One out of every two volunteer
hours given last year by Red Cross
Service Groups members was spent
in providing services to service
men veterans and their families.
PFCs Murray Gist and Hortor
all have gotten their call for a
tour of duty in FECOM.
We welcome Lieutenant Rey
who is taking over as assistant sec
tion leader succeeds Lieutenant
Morgan who is now an instructor
at the NCO Academy.
MESSAGE CENTER SECTION
PFC Van Ingen recently gradu
ated from the NCO leadership
course fourth in his class. So this
week Corporal McCaslin started
hi: tour at the leadership course.
PFC Widmar left the section to
attend the Food Service School.
The Section continues with its
practical training by running new
wire on several of the rifle ranges
in the North Fort Hood area.
Lieutenant Allard former execu
tive officer in the company has
joined the section.
PFCs Firethunder and Lemme
Gates are going to FECOM while
PFCs Dolezol Dykstra Risse and
Da Bois are going to EUCOM.
PFC Gladus Callaway has or
dered the section temporary for
the leadership course at the NCO
Long last the newly approved
battalion crest has arrived. The
illustration is that of a roaring
Lt. Richard T. Nail has returned
with many tales of the cold Arctic
We hove this famous line for your
seelction pick out the shade
you want and we will have it back
for you in just a few days. Several
other lines to choose from.
JUST A FEW DAYS
ON EACH ORDER
404 North Gray St.
United States Savings Bonds
A Good Investment
(TIAINE STATf CAPITOL AUGUSTA
flugusfa was chosen as the Capital of malnefebruarq 24I82Z
from 1820 until this date the|Seal of Government was af Portland. The
Capitol stands on a terraced hill which slopes to the Kennebec River.
It is built of the famous ttallouiell granite and was designed bu the
noted Nleiu fncjland architect Charles Bulfinch. The cornerstone
was laid Julif 41829 and ttie Legislature first met in
it Jan. 41832.
maine claims America's first chartered ofu York 1641. maineuias
ttie 23-d State to enter the Union march 151820. State flower
White Pine Cone and flower. Total area of 5tate 33400 square
miles 38* in size.
You'll Ask For More ..
"Seven Delicious Flavors' TEMPLE
It seems that the officers' volley
ball team is really doing pretty
good these days being able to beat
the officers' volleyball team of the
13th MTB. Along the sports line
we now have organized a badmin
ton team and would welcome any
Heidel Miller Powell and Steiber
made corporal while Akins Cahill
Neimer Sherer and Walton go up
one step to PFC.
Sgt. Joe A. Zett returned from
the new Vehicle School at Ft.
Wayne Military Reservation De
With the newly installed pool
table in H&S Co.'s day room it
seems the championship tourna
ments are at a stalemate between
Cpl. John B. Capobianco and Cpl.
Sgt. Silas Woodard is leaving for
We welcome Lt. Reginald L.
Dean who assumes command of
Sgt. Samuel J. Getty Jr. has
taken over the duties of sergeant
major of Bn. Hqs.
HOOD WHY NOT
BE OUR GUEST
REFRIGERATORS AND GAS RANGES
Brand New Homes And
Apartments Ready Now!
For Additional Information
Our former company command
er Lt. Walter C. Butler is now
vacationing in Florida before be
ginning his tour of duty in Ger
many. Relieving Lt. Butler as com
pany commander is Lt. Carrol H.
Cpl. David Sparglin and PFC
Michael Saridakis are attending
Leadership School at the NCO Aca
SFC Smith will carry the bat
talion standard in the March 7 Di-
All Standard Brands of Oil Sold Hers
We Wash and Crease lo Please
Phone 139B3—We pick np and return your car
GOODE OIL CO.
Killeen's Newest & Finest
Service Station—On HiWay 190
Forty-five of Able Co.'s men
chartered a bus for a round trip
to Louisiana over a recent week
PFC Dobrosky graduated from
Cooks and Bakers School.
The following men are scheduled
To Central Texas And Gatesville
WE ALSO HAVE 2 & 3 BEDROOM HOMES FOR SALE. THESE
HOMES CARRY 100% G. I. LOANS & 80% F.H.A. LOANS
EASTWOOD PARK ADDITION
Gatesville Texas or Call 327 Gatesville
REFRIGERATORS AND GAS RANGES
No Restrictions On
Children or Pets
All Units Wired for Telephone
for a trip abroad. For FECOM we
have PFCs Lovejoy Mozingo Stin-
son Martain Stephens Frymyer
and Pvts. Boone and Paul. For
EUCOM we have PFCs Jeter Hinz
Getting discharged is Cpl. Jerry
Squires who has been with us over
a year and served as one of our
When you bank here it is
transaction. Come in soon
and find out for yourself.
Your account however small
is welcome here ...
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Banking Facilities on Post
Serving Fort Hood and Kilieen
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The Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1953, newspaper, March 5, 1953; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth254323/m1/11/: accessed January 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Casey Memorial Library.