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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Page Four permission from AFPS. vAH? NEWS* I'nbllshea in the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Policies and statements rcflcctei In the news and editorial columns represent views of the individual writers and under no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Publle Information Office Armored Sentinel Fort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and papers are authorized to reprint non-copyrichtod Advertisinc copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 419 Temple Texas Subscription off post. $3.00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post Tree. All pictures are United States Army Signal Corps photographs. Unl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 18 1954 ffi. W to"***- Inuiacturexoi dee1ea ecuived «vv pl«nlt «te A® the *L Viatd"Ware' c^istotn-tna^ Buy On Home's Easy Terms Plastic head board Feather PILLOWS close-woven ticks 50 Only Sale Price (Limit 2) Regular Value *109.50 Wg glass AU mirror. Pittsburg aovetatted dr^eIAU piece8 JSPSflS-^1" a*e weat 4-Piece Foam Rubber HOLLYWOOD BED OUTFIT CHEST Foam Rubber Mattress Steel frame Innerspring box spring 1 4 ik-j* NIGHT STAND THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Matching pieces in open stock Door MIRRORS $4.99 Baby MATTRESS $6.99 Natural Birch HIGH CHAIRS Reg. SQ $14.95 OO O.TT Child's 3-pc. TABLE 2 CHAIRS $ 9.98 Reg. $14.95 Natural Birch Childs PLAYPEN flodel Deluxe Model 17.98 Reg. $ $22.50 Taylor Tot Baby STROLLERS Reg. $Q OO $14.95 O.fT Large Decorated TV SERVE TABLES 4 in. Rack $1A AP Reg. $14.95 IU»79 Silent Butler VALET STAND Free Delivery Within 60 Miles of Temple! Reg. $Q OO $12.95 STORE WIDE SALE EVERYTHING REDUCED HOME FURNITURE IN TEMPLE OeTT S Save on ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Page Six Hood Garners Seventh Straight Knocking a big obstacle out of the road in their quest for the Fourth Army football title the Fort Hood Tankers edged the Brooke Army Medical Center Comets 20-13 in a thriller at San Antonio Satur­ day. The wan the Tankers' first in conference play and seventh in a row gives the Hoodmen a good chance of going into the Fort Sill game Dec. 11th with the title at stake. Ironically the 20-13 score was identical to thte one Hood bested the Comets by October 8th here in a non-conference go. Pat Malley's charges ran up a 20-0 lead until late in the third quarter when the Comets caught fire to close the gap. Thievery Midway in the first period end Whitney Armstrong pulled a thiev­ ery comparable to the Brink's rob­ bery. With BAMC in possession at midfield Armstrong stole the ball from quarterback Gene Riggle and raced 50 yards for the touchdown. Bob Shetter delivered a key block at the 30 to spring Armstrong loose. Ed Crowder added the point to make 3...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 18 1954 Collegiate Stars Pack Line-Up The Fort Hood cage team initi­ ated into battle in the 1954 basket­ ball season when they clashed with Gary Air Force Base now meets a early and severe test in hard­ wood manuvers when they clash with the nationally famous Ada Oilers of Houston. The Tankers fray with the Oilers takes place tomororw night at Sports Arena No. 1. Game time is 8 p. m. In a preliminary battle the 2nd AAA Bn. battles with Gray Air Force Base. The Oilers bring a power packed free scoring lineup to the Fort Hood court and the local cage represet- atives will more than have their hands full of proven hardwood masters. Thumbing through the stock of the Ada team representatives of the National Industrial Basketball League we find an array of former college stars that combine to give -jrr- the Houston cagers a. smooth ope- rating basketball aggregation. Coach Needy At the helm of the Ada team is J. R. "Shocky" Needy. Needy has served coaching hitches with the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Page Eight The 2d AAA Bn. shot into the spotlight in 1st Armored basket­ ball competition after grabbing their third straight league win. The Artillery cagers with the ac­ cent on teamwork have garnered Come and drive THE ALL-NEW 1955 TOMECEK PONTIAC COMPANY TEMPLE and KILLEEN That's right! Never before has a bedroom group of this quality and beauty been offered at such a low price especially with the overwhelmingly popular bookcase headboard bed and oversize double dresser with three regular and three king-size drawers. You'll fall in love with the ripple styling the ultra-modern framing of KILLEEN 811 East Rancier ACROSS FROM FOOTBALL STADIUM Ackers Move In Cage League Face Gray AFB Tomorrow all three wins in the most im­ pressive fashion. The Ackers whipped the Divi­ sion Headquarters Bn. 65-43 in the leagues opening round of com­ petition and roared back in their in Today the car that's rr gfgp 0s" ':%i Pontiac WITH THE 180-H.P. STRATO-STREAK V-8 Get behind the wheel of the all-...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 18 1954 REGISTER FREE! 4 CAKE MIXES PILLSBURY White Golden Spice or Chocolate Fudge 3 for $1.00 12-0z. Can SPAM Frozen Food SNOW CROP lO-Oz. PEAS SNOW CROP lO-Oz. STRAWBERRIES ... NOTHING TO BUY GET BLANKS AT CHECK STAND! SEE FURNITURE AT MARSHALL'S FURNITURE IN KILLEEN! 2«t35e 29c HORMEL'S HOT DOG Served with PEPSI- COLA 5 JERGENS LOTION in Panda Bear Bottle Reg. $1.25 95 tax included GIANT SIZE TIDE ONLY TOP Of THE CROP m. APPLES TOMATOES ». CABBAGE Hormel VIENNA SAUSAGE Hormel POTTED MEAT OLEO Red Delicious Extra Fancy Green Heads Hormel 12-0z. Libby's 303 Can 2 Hormel Texsun No. 2 GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 100 Hunt's EARLY GARDEN PEAS MODERN FOODS CHOPPED BEEF 330 PUMPKINS 2 p. 290 Hunt's 46-0z. Can ^ma ®ran^ SWEET 2 TOMATO JUICE 250 POTATOES -190 Fir 350 THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Instant 2-0z. Jar Hi-Lo 300 Can DOG FOOD 10a Oelsey For 130 GIANT $2000 COFFEE !s*frXMvJvv in and ask for a registration blank! KLEENEX*? 3 690 TISSUE 190 Northern Brand TOWELS 2"3St CR...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Page Ten ««rt||iitlii w.'- v. 98888 NEW YORK (AFPS) The In­ ternal Revenue Service has dreamed up a "color code" for filing your income tax returns. The new "gimmick" will have Federal tax blank packages mark­ ed with a quarter of an inch stripe. Brightly Colored The brightly colored stripe will appear next to the address on the mailing cover of the tax package which contains the re-turn blank instructions and other tax papers. Lampasas Texas 3rd. at Elm St. Phone 14 "r-r r-'*** |F-V •'. MAIN STREET FORT WORTH was not unlike other principal thoroughfares in cities throughout the nation on Veterans' Day November 11. Above troops of the First Armored Division's 702nd AIB pass the reviewing stand during morning festivities sponsored by Fort Worth's American Le­ gion posts. The famed jeep-mounted band also to»k part in the parade. In the afternoon the band and a 40-man honor guard from the 702nd was present at the dedication by Army Secretary Robert Stevens of the new Major K. M. Van Za...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 18 1954 THIS... X- Sr3H® •Mi A U(|l FOR ALL THE FAMILY '^sa'jisfe SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS yX^4w^ miBlf 'X* iii Buy A Low Priced Used Car As The Extra Car In The Family We Finance All Military Personnel Regardless Of Rank Hundreds of New and Used Cars IRA YOUNG AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH-PACKARD DEALER CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER '•f 'h THE ARMORED SENTINEL. FORT HOOD TEXAS V" 'f//&V\/ £COA/D MONTHS TO PAY Mt: -. We Have A Complete Selection Of Automobiles Nash Willys Kaiser Packard iiyauii iiiniiiiinii iiia liiillM lilliiilllii^^ A Wmm&m IRA YOUNG'S SHOW ROOM ON BELTON BLVD. IN TEMPLE YOUNG... Regardless Of What Car You Like To Drive NEW CARS STOCKED Two Convenient Locations Serving You In IRA YOUNG AUTO AGENCY IRA YOUNG AUTO CO KILLEEN -iiiiiiiPii Page Eleven V: wmmmmrnm^mMrn# iplilililmmmmm wmiwmmmm mmmssmmm '-A? Fords Buicks Chevrolets Many Others Highway 190 HIGHWAY 190

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Page Twelve CAPT. FREDERICK S. DAVID of Decatur III. receives the Bronze Star Medal for his work as Administrative Officer for the United Nations Command Economic Coordinator for Korea from Mai. Gen. Thomas J. H. Trapnell commanding general of the Foourth Armored Division. Captain Davis is assigned to the Inspector General Section of the Fourth Armored Division. (U.S. Army Photo). Corporal Cink Leads Field Grabs 4th AD Roadeo Title A 22-year-old CCB soldier led a field of 18 contestants to take top honors in the Fourth Armored Di­ vision Roadeo finals Wednesday afternoon. Cpl. Donald J. Cink son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Cink of Ren- frow Okla. emerged with a total of 286 of a possible 305 points on the intricate course which tests Army Tests Show Battlefield Ranges Improve Training FT. BENNING GA. (AFPS) Proponents of doing away with the Army's traditional "known dis­ tance" rifle ranges may have scored a bulls-eye if recent find­ ings stand up. Tests conducted here with a 200- man ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

808 South Park Street In Killeen's Highview Addition Brilliantly lighted luxuriously furnished and lavishly decorated for your viewing pleasure. No admission charge. »t*Uwft yeure •Jl -. rfS f.r tl^fe «• - TALKING HOUSE SECTION PAID ADVERTISING V^^"SS«!S. &fertiwJSPH ft*tt VW*A£ S5MS 1 v- »-"-4 ft JR open invitation to one and all to see and hear the most amazing home that ever talked to a Texan.. OPEN HOUSE NOVEMBER 18 thru 21 Thursday and Friday 2:00 lo 9:00 P.M. Saturday and Sunday -5:00 to 9:00 P.M. W -\0" ?p- .\S^|tt»NW»»- ^V*T» $

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Page Fourteen Cloud Construction Company of Killeen Texas is a sole proprietor­ ship owned by Jack M. Cloud a native of Bell County and a resi­ dent of Killeen since 1933 (with the exception of one year in Carls­ bad New Mexico). Cloud Construction Company was organized in 1946 by Jack M. Cloud and his father-in-law S. R. Carter Cloud being a farmer and rancher and being also in the real estate business. S. R. Carter was a carpenter. The company was or­ ganized after the two had seen the need for housing in Killeen Flowers Plants Add More Beauty As you wander through the beau­ tiful "Talking House" you'll notice something else that makes it even more beautiful and that's the pot­ ted plants and cut flowers that are being displayed throughout this home. And naturally Evans Flower Shop located at Fourth street was selected to do this all important job. Yes nothing brings more cheer to a home than flowers and 4 door 8 cyl. Radio heater. New Tubless fires. See The on Display PARENTS 59 ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 18 1954 OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION AT 808 South Park OPEN THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES Furnished DEI I FURNITURE By The DELL SEE OUR FRIGID AIRE AND APPLIANCE ADS IN THIS SECTION Beautiful Suntan Mahogany. Dresser has plate mirror. SOLID OAK BUNK BEDS IT IS JUST WHAT THE BOYS ORDERED. Sturdy built solid oak makes 2 full size twin beds instantly. Complete with mattresses. Large size table 36 by 60 inch. With knotty pine formica table top. 4 chairs with foam rubber cushions. 5 PIECE DINETTE SUITE AS SHOWN CO. of KILLEEN 7 Piece MODERN BEDROOM SUITS 7 Piece group consists of 6 drawer dresser chest and matching bed. Innerspring mattress and box springs plus 2 soft feather pillows. See it now. Complete For Only '159 '~i 95 I *99" THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS SEE THE "TALKING HOUSE" OF KILLEEN ALL WOOL RUGS Genuine Bigalow 4V2 6 *. The Slide-Sleeper Sofa Large Matching Platform Rocker Matched Occasional Chair Cocktail Table Step Table Modern Table Lamp...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Page Sixteen Convertible coupe. Radio & heater hydromatic. ORLY 808 South Park Street KILLEEN TEXAS Visit our Display THURS. THRU SUNDAY November 18 to 21 $I7— 317 West Adams TOO BIG FOR A CELL—This French horse not only dislikes hauling cabs he's tough on lady driv­ ers too. "Coco" nabbed by the gendarmes after tipping over his hansom and slightly injuring Fans only woman cab driver Mrs. Rachel Dorange in busy Place de l'Etoile waits patiently at a police station in Paris while his owner Charles Roulet signs release papers. (AP Wirephoto) 1950 PONTIAC TOMECEK PONTIAC CO. TEMPLE TEXAS Phone PR3-6878 ON VERBAL DISPLAY AT- Ifish ruf JACK CLOUD TALKING tail j»ooooeoooooo buys a brand-new Royal Standard Typewriter 1-YEAR GUARANTEE ONLY AUTHORIZED ROYAL DEALER IN BELL COUNTY FORD'S OFFICE MACHINES CO. Hulen C. Ford Owner TEMPLE TEXAS PROVINCETOWN Mass. (UP) -Captain Charlie Mayo of the Isports fishing boat. Chantey Im catches his tuna either by hook lor by crook. Once when Mayo Ithre...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 18 1954 .. South 8th & Ave. KILLEEN. TEX. rx^-xww ON DISPLAY FOR Here This Great Car Tell Its Own Story In Its Own Words At.... Get Your Best Deal '"KILLEEN If you want to drive a Ford at a better price... you'll want to look into our TRADE-INS TERMS and PRICES before you trade anywhere! FOUR DAYS THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY NOV. 21 THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS THE NEW 55 FORD TALKS! rm $ [•••••I SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS LOWER THAN BANK RATES MORE FOR YOUR OLD CAR New MAINLINE Series FERGUS MOTOR CO. YOUR NEAREST AUTHORIZED DEALER Each of the three Mainline beauties offers the same engineering advance­ ments the same graceful contours and clean lines that distinguish all '55 Fords. Fordor Sedan is illustrated above. how modern can you AT 808 SOUTH PARK STREET et L/ TM£JACK CLOUD EXCLUSIVE TRIGGER-TORQIE POWER IN 3 MIGHTY ERGIRES a. 162-h.p. Y-block V-8 2. 182-h.p. Y-block Special V-8 S 120-h.p. l-block Six (1)The new 162-h.p. high-torque Y-block V-8 has a higher.(7.6 t...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Page Eighteen People who say a modern auto­ mobile can do "everything but talk" just haven't taken a look at the beautiful Ford for 1955 from the Fergus Motor Co. now on "verbal" display at the Jack Cloud's "Talking House" at 808 So. Park St. now being developed by the Cloud Construction Co. The sleek car has a line as long and convincing as its list of power features. Visitors to the "Talking House" will be greeted first by the "talk­ ing" Ford and it will have plenty to say for itself. Standard For America First off the handsome Ford might tell people why it is the standard for the American Road because it combines the beau­ ty performance and dignity of the Loaded like new! See and drive it! ONLY Builder of WE SUPPLIED THE Temple PR3-5278 The Builder Of Newest Features Are Stressed In 1955 Ford At Talking House Ford line with some of the great­ est achievements in car history. The "talking" Ford will explain how you have your choice of many distinctive lines and your selec­ tion ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 18 1954 Bell Furniture's Contract Department Has Top Selections To offer nationally known fur­ nishings for multiple housing units at the lowest possible price is the aim of the Contract Department of the Bell Furniture Company of Killeen. The department located in the Bell Furniture Company at Col­ lege street and Highway 190 in Killeen offers more than 100 lines of furniture and 25 lines of lamps as well as the leading national brands of carpeting and linens carpeting and linens. Furnishing the Talking House was a simple matter for E. R. Mueller president of the corpora­ tion who handles the entire opera­ tion of the contract department. Largest business of its type in the Central-Texas area the Con­ tract Department of Bell Furni­ ture Company only recently com- Ready-Mixed Concrete Plays Important Role The use of ready-mixed concrete is playing a major role in modern construction. From garden walks to skyscrap­ ers ready-mixed concrete is the popular choice of home...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Page Twenty \7 Type Asphalt Tile Floors Complete Modern Kitchen cabinets Spacious Kitchen including dining and storage area Closet in each Bedroom Linen Closet in Hall Eligible for F. H. A. Finance Tex-Tone painted walls Sale Price Including Down Payment Of Monthly Payments For Everything 1st National Bank Bldg. JACK CLOUD'S *3 Jack Cloud's Version Of "DALLAS" PAGEMAKER 1955 NATIONAL HOME 3 Bedrooms-Complete Ready To Move Into Features of fhe "Dallas" Prefab Home Sheet rock ceiling with Insulation Newest Type Wall Furnace Thermostatically Controlled Ceiling Lights with Switches Automatic Water Heater 30 gal. Insulated Weather Stripped Doors and Windows WHY PAY RENT? Washer Space with Drain and Taps 6450 400 42.19 THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS here it is...in Killeen KILLEEN. TEXAS-JIM CASEY- Salesman WHAT IS THE TALKING HOUSE? WHAT YOU WILL SEE Located At 808 South Park Street It is an exciting different manner in which we can show Central Texas our qual­ ity home. Cleverly d...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 18 1954 PLUM CRAZY !i:# 'Old Hand At Roadeos' Cops Non-Divisional Units Contest An old hand at Road-e-o's (but fcnever a winner) rolled-up an easy "ictory over contestants from all non-divisional post units in the semi-finals of the Fort Hood Car Kodeo. Scoring 297 out of 305 possible points in four difficult tests of the drivers' skill Sgt. Leslie J. Shel- ton of Goodman Mo. assigned to H-S Co. 46th Eng. Bn. (Const.) drove the same '51 Studebaker Champion in which he took second place of the 1951 Third Air Force Rodeo held in England. In 1945 Sergeant Shelton came close to nosing-out his brother Charles in the annual Missouri State Trailer Rodeo held at Jop- lin. But today he was 23.5 points ahead of the nearest competitor to win a suitcase and qualify for finals which were held November 17. The Serjeant displayed perfect control of his car in three of the tests—parallel parking braking to a smooth stop at an exact spot from 20mph and driving in and out of a series of...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Page Iwenty-two It'll be show-time again at the Gatesville School for Boys when the men of the 66th AFA com­ manded by Lt. Col. Joel Dilworth produce a variety show there. Variety is to be the watchword with acts running the gamut from a fire-eater to a hillbilly band. The fire-eater Pvt. William Hor- ton serves himself a main course of fiery brands then tops thai meal off by munching on a light bulb. Private Horton of Tallahassee Ala. was a star performer with the Barnum and Bailey Circus be­ fore he entered the Army. He was known as the "Human Volcano" and did just about the same act he'll present to the Gatesville boys. In addition to this spectacular act there's a singing act the Four Duds. Lieutenants John Allen Samuel Hanna A1 Hardt and Fred Micholsen are the four. They sing barber shop harmony. Going all out for the Gatesville boys the men of the 66th came up with Pvt. George Hargreaves who does a piano bit and Pvt. Artie Sheir who is billed as having sung at New York and Dal...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 18 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killcen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Temple. Texas First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 3-5254 REAL ESTATE CITY PROrT. FOR SALE D-1 FOR SALE—THREE-BEDROOM HOUSE fenced in backyard attached garage surrounded with grass and shrubbery. Contact Capt. C. \V. Scott. 1602 White Ave. Castle Heights. Killeen. Duty phone 38278 or phone Killcen 10466. ANNOUNCEMENTS EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted. Mole er Female H-3 WANTED ARMY WIFE ON POST TO care for my little girl. five. Full or part time or Sunday Monday and Tuesday. Phone Fort Hood 36247 morn­ ings. ni»a. WANTED: PIANO PLAYER FOR SMALL dance band work. Call Rommie Bryan Jr. 1st Armd Div Band at 43102. MERCHANDISE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 1-1 FOR SALE: HALLICRAFTERS MODEL S-40B receiver. BC-457 Transmitter com­ plete with power supply. Will consider trade lor mobile portable equipment. Contact Vernon Starnes 901 South 23rd Str...

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