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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 May 1955

Page Six Fort Hood combined crafty pitch­ ing with a potent display of hit­ ting to roll over the Carswell Air Force Base 10-2 and 17-0 at Fort Worth. The wins ran the Tanker victory streak to seven games. Moundsmen Melvin Wallace and Ernest Craumer combined efforts to give the Tankers the opening win while Walter Dypko and Whit­ ney Armstrong tossed to triumph in the second tilt. Hood was limited to four hits in the first game but blasted out 16 base knocks in the second to rout the Air Force team. The two teams recently completed a series at Fort Hood's 4005th field with Hood win­ ning both contests. It was a scoreless deadlock in the first encounter until the fourth inning. Hood drew first blood in that frame with a lone tally. Wil­ bur Johnson started off with a base on balls. Jim Mellinger the Hood first baseman flied out to the second baseman and William Mont­ scored soon after on an error by the catcher to give the Hoodmen a 1-0 margin. Bob Black grounded out to end the frame...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 May 1955

Thursday May 5 1955 FOURTH ARMORED CHAMPS—To the winners go the spoils. The Combat Command "B" rifle and pistol teams of the Fourth Arm­ ored Division pose with their trophies following their wins in both competitive shoot-offs. Pictured third from the left in the front row is team coach Captain eftnneth V. Staley. Next to him is Colonel Frederic W. Boye Jr. commander of Combat Command "B". Army Sinks Navy 30-29 For Service Ring Title OAKLAND Calif. (AFPS)—The Army scored a close 30-29 point jctory over Navy to win team urels in the third annual Inter- Service Boxing Tournament held at the Army base sports arena here. The Air Force last year's Inter- Service champs finished third with 16 points and the Marines were next with five. Five points were awarded to winners and three to runners-up in the finals. Navy light middleweight Rudy Sawyer of the destroyer Stephen Potter turned in a major upset in the semi-finals by banging out a unanimous decision over AF champ Paul Wright of Sidi ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 May 1955

Page Eight ROEBUCK AND CO Modern fabric setting FORT HOOD'S TEN civilian school bus drivers who were awarded certificates for one year of safe driving free from accident and incident pose with Lt. Col. Phillip Bramble (right) post transportation officer. The civilian drivers are: Howard Buchanan Willie Featherston Raymond Guidry Milton Humphrey Dee A. Kelley Malcolm McGinnis William Northcutt John Sanxord James Tolson and Wilburn Thompson. (U.S. Army Photo) 88 5.00 Down—8.00 Month Yes Completely Automatic Workfree! KENMORE AUTOMATIC Automatic water temperature level control Agitator action 9-lb. capacity work top Available with automatic Suds-Saver 11 W/iJj-QViVrtl1" 2 Pc. Bedroom Suites A Handsome Set In Rich Walnut Veneer! 139.95 Quality Constructed 5 Ply Fronts! Finest Dovetailed Drawers Dustproof! Terrific buys two handsome pieces in selected rich walnut veneers with polished brass hardware! Top quality construction 5 ply fronts tops and 3 ply veneer ends! Finest dovetailed draw...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 May 1955

Thursday May 5 1955 8 Pc. Living Also 2 Modern Table Lamps PRICED WHILE THEY LAST FOR Made by Drexel See this new Pebbletone finish in pink. Styled to your taste is the French Parisian double dresser and bed. Many compliments you will re­ ceive with a suite by Drexel in your home 5 PC. MATCHING LIVING ROOM SUITE ESTWOOD Entirely constructed of solid oak with durable innerspring units. Your choice of many modern fabrics. Matching guest chair. Cof­ fee table and end table. A whole living room for Room Group COMPLETE LIVING ROOM WITH YOUR CHOICE OF COLORS 8 Piece Included As Shown. Sofa 2 Matching Chairs 2 End Tables and Matching Cof­ fee Table. ECE SLEEK MODERN BEDROOM VALUE Exceptional beauty and durability at a price you'll find hard to match. Bar bed and double dresser in smart modern oak or walnut. Regularly $179.95 119 199.95 SALES! SALES! 109.95 mUV .U 59995 COLLEGE STREET AT HIGHWAY THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS OUR SALES CANNOT BE BEAT FOR QUALITY AND PRICE pc. CHARM TW...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 May 1955

Page Ten Central Texas Market For All Makes and Models Of New And Used Cars ALSO... AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR THREE NEW CAR DEALERSHIPS KILLEEN LOTS IRA YOUNG MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Highway 190 Killeen IRA YOUNG AUTO COMPANY Highway 190 Kilfon THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS 1955 FORDS and CHEYROLETS U}& $iwmc& all jmUihvuj. p&MOMurf MqjahdlsiAA o$ hank and ibm in M/wksi LOW INTEREST RATES SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Don't Buy Any Car Until You Have Seen Us! WHAT ANY ONE ELSE CAN SELL WE CAN SELL BETTER TEMPLE PLANT ardless Of Make... YOU CAN GET IT FROM Ira $1595. IRA YOUNG AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH DEALER CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER *.•*«/«•v-'-'h"?*/ T-'ti' '"'-fa. % Thursday May 5 1955 wmimmm Choose From these popular New Cars FORDS CHEVROLETS BUICKS OLDSMOBILES NASH PONTIAC MERCURY we will deliver you any car you want on short notice

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 May 1955

PI Thursday May 5 1955 General Biddle Holds Inspection J^The men and equipment of the ^^rst Armored Division's 16th Ar­ or E in at a on "Spit and polish" for the recent command inspection of their unit by Maj. General William S.Biddle Division Commander. General Biddle accompanied by Six Fourth Armored Officers Made 1st Lts. Six Fourth Armored Division of­ ficers were promoted to first lieu­ tenant this week according to an announcement from division head­ quarters. They are Lieutenants Randolph P. H. Fraaase and Herschel R. Tol- son of the 704th Tank Battalion Stephen J. Burns Jack D. Hiles William E. Kamradt and Harold Burton of the 35th Tank Battalion. ^":'lH!l'Lj^lW|!!lv £jj Lt. Col. William H. McKenzie bat­ talion commander and members of his general and special staffs inspected the personnel buildings equipment and motor park areas of the battalion during the course of his tour. The inspection of the 16th Ar­ mored Engineers was one of a se­ ries of command inspections start­ ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 May 1955

Page Twelve You can't place or show in a race with a train. 318/661 v«Wedv/^br° -added.a ^9 1 Veov»W"P M-SGT. John B. Kelly and Sgt. John Wilson both of Headquarters Service and Rear Support Company 123d Maintenance Battalion First Armored Division pose with Brig. General George A. Rehm assistant division commander (extreme left) and Col. Glenn Rogers commanding officer Support Command (extreme right) at retirement ceremonies for the two enlisted men. The two sergeants are retiring after many years of service ranging from the mid-twenties to the present time. (U.S. Army Photo) Don't make a hog of yourself by hogging the road. choir Stunningly Styled I Value Priced! Buy on our EASY BUDGET TERMS KILLEEN East Ave. Phom 51 Don't carve your tombstone by chiseling in traffic! Mother's Day SPECIAL Regularly $129.95 Now Only BLACK METAL Nationally Advertised I $9995 Guaranteed by^ Good Housekeeping 'S'OVItflttO rstf"' 504th Company Gets Citation For Facilities In recognition of the "Exem­ p...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 May 1955

Thursday May 5 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Temple. Texas First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 3-52a4 ANNOUNCEMENT? DINING DANCING AMUS B-7 THE KILLEEN BASE OFFICERS' OPEN Mess is available for social functions sponsored by units and sections assigned at Fort Hood. Reservations may be made by calling the mess secretary. Phone 8-321. LOST & FOUND B-8 LOST MAN'S BROWN WALLET. PER­ MIT TO A FOR DRIVERS LI­ CENSE ONLY ITEM OF IMPORTANCE. MUST HAVE IT!-! James W. Schlotz- hauer. 276 No. 6. McNair Village. Ph. 39293. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-1 FOR RENT: FURNISHED ONE BED- loom apartment. Clean New. Call SFC Fisher 36202 or contact at 518 Valley Road Killeen. LARGE FOUR ROOM FURNISHED apart­ ment. Private bath front and back entrances. South exposure and plenty cool. Prefer officer for more perma- nency. S70 month. Contact W. T. Dan- forth at Temple police station....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 May 1955

Page Fourteen OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK «w V* IBIS "S 4?&i mm st New Officers NO DOWN PAYMENT THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS new 1955 FORD and have it financed BELOW BANK RATES OVERSEAS FINANCING AVAILABLE BELTON TEXAS AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER THE FINEST CAR AND THE FINEST DEAL ARE YOURS WHEN YOU COME TO 'w why drive Just anything"... when you can drive a brand «s*. We Finance ALL RANKS WE WILL NOT BE OUT-TRADED OR UNDERSOLD •'S£i*.... 121 North Main Phone 61 BELTON Thursday May 5 1955 V. •a 1 OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM 1954 CHEVROLET 210 With Heater .. '1495 1953 0LDSM0BILE Holiday 88. Loaded.. ....'1795 1953 BUICK ROADMASTER All power equipment .... *1595 1953 CHEVROLET Bel Aire Sport Coupe $ 1 OOE with 16000 miles 1951 FORD CLUB COUPE Very Clean .•... 795 1951 HENRY $250 1948 0LDSM0BILE 98 Four door. Radio heater $OCA and automatic transmission USED CAR LOT LOCATED ON KILLEEN HWY. AT THE CIRCLE See: L. J. (COWBOY) JORDAN BILLY CANTRELL Phone 726 KILLEEN HIGHWAY ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 May 1955

VOL. 9 No. 19 Maj. General Thomas L. Har- rold Commanding Officer of HI Corps awarded the Fourth Army Area Rifle and Pistol Team cham­ pionship trophies to the rifle and pistol teams of the First Armored Division at a banquet Saturday evening May 6. The warads were made at the III Corps Sports Arena and cli­ maxed the five-day Fourth Army Area Rifle and Pistol Champion­ ship matches. General Harrold also awarded the individual rifle championship trophy to PFC De­ laine Roberts also a member of the First Armored Division. General Harrold was guest speaker at the banquet and told the teams that individual marks- jnanship has not been stressed lough. He said that fact was (lade clear in Korea. He told the jams that the Fourth Army ^'matches not only developed com­ petitive spirit but they were also good training for the individual soldier. ma The First Armored's pistol team number one sparked by some go in a Smith last year's pistol stars scored a total of 2226 points to edge the Fort ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 May 1955

Page Two Water not only sustains cities farms and industries but is also valley a most essential requirement for the exitence of any military post „n for Low-producing a soldier's helmet converted into a personal reservoir and exposed to a downpour don't suffice. To­ day's requirements of men their weopons and machines make water planning an urgent and ex­ acting science. In Texas the continuing drought and increasing water needs prompt military officials to join civilian communities in stringent water conservaton measures while seek­ ing new sources of supply. At Fort Hood with a population of about 45000 the water supply problem has for years been a serious one. The problem is now being solved by Army Engineers. Serves Post Belton Reservoir an Army En- gineers'-constructed flood control and waterco nservation project some 15 milesf rom Fort Hood is now being tapped to serve the Army post. The reservoir built as a civil works project of Army Engineers was completed only in 1954. It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 May 1955

4 food it FIRST LT. and Mrs. Joseph S. Bradley cut the wedding cake with a saber following their wedding ceremony at 37th Street East Chapel. Mrs. Bradley is the former Margaret Evelyn Daniel of Nashville Tenn. Lieutenant Bradley is the son of Maj. General and Mrs. Joseph S. Bradley. Lieutenant Bradley is currently as- signed as liaison officer of the Fourth Armored Division's 510th Armored Infantry Battalion. (U.S. Army Photo) IT'S ALL IN the game. Winners in the Invitational Golf Tourna­ ment sponsored by the Fort Hood Ladies' Golf Club are left to right Mrs. John F. Post Gatesville low gross 18 hole tiisnt Mrs. W. E. Matthews Austin low gross nine hole A flight Mrs. Charles Ncill Austin winner of the championship flight for the third time in the tournaments and Mrs. Frank Wiggs Killeen low gross 18 hole flight. The tourney was held last Thursday at Golf Club No. 2. (U.S. Army Photo by Dell) MRS. BOBBETTE SHIRLEY owner and operator of the Hood Village Beauty Shop receives the "Bes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 May 1955

Page Six Johnson Hits Grand Slam Home Run The Brooke Army Medical Cen­ ter Comets of San Antonio scored twice in the tenth inning to edge the hosting Fort Hood Tankers 9-7 at Red Lindsay field. The Tankers were riding a seven am in in re a be or Medical nine jumped on starting pitcher Ernest Craumer in the first in in an to their way to an eai'ly lead scoring in the first second and fifth in­ nings before the hosts could muster a scoring effort of their own. After six innings of play BAMC rolled up a 7-0 margin. That mar­ gin looked safe until late as the seventh inning when the Tankers came to life with a four run bar­ rage then followed with three more tallies in the eighth frame to knot the score at 7-7. BAMC scored in the fist inning when with one out Macklyn Finch lined a single to right field stole second then took third on a bad throw by the H6od catcher. He scored soon after on a passed ball. The Brooke team came back with two runs in the second inning on a pair of singles. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 May 1955

Thursday May 12 1955 JSeerline Four Firsts Highlight CC'B' Meet Lieutenant Glenn Beerline 634th for the 16th Armored Engineer Armored Infantry Battalion com­ pletely dominated the First Ar­ mored Division's Combat Com­ mand *'B" track and field meet held last Thursday May 5 by taking first place in four events and running on the winning 440 yard relay team. Beerline was easily the out­ standing performer of the meet as he led his battalion to the team championship. The 634th garnered 90*2 points to 62V2 for the 1st Tank Battalion and 57 94th AFA Wins Divarty Meet At North Fort Paced by dashman Willie Carey and weightman Ed Rowland the 94th Armored Field Artillery Bat­ talion won the first Fourth Ar­ mored Division Artillery track and fcield meet of North Fort Hood Fri- nfay. Carey streaked to a win in the -yard dash and came back to capture the broad jump to be the only double winner of the after­ noon. Lt. Rowland Fort Hood foot­ ball tackle landed a first in the shot put and secon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 May 1955

Page Eight Architect Scores On Firing Range Cpl. Victor M. Zampa proves that architects are a versatile Jot and aren't completely engulfed in a world of slide-rules. Zampa with Headquarters Bat­ tery of the Fourth Armored Di­ vision's 195th Anti Aircraft Artil­ lery Battalion is pretty handy with a rocket launcher. In a recent com­ petitive shoot he smacked the bullseye on 28 of 30 shots at a range of 150 yards. It was good enough for an easy first in the battalion. 5 million times a day at home at work or on the way There's nothing I like 1. FOR TASTE...bright bracing ever-fresh sparkle. 2. FOR REFRESHMENT... quick energy with as few calories as half an average juicy grapefruit. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. "Cok«" a registered trade-mark. 1955 THE COCA-COLA COMPANY FOR YOU ggP TROOPS 12 AND 18 of the Fort Hood Brownies raise the colors at the Brownie Banquet which was held recently at the Meadows School. The flag-raising ceremony opened...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 May 1955

ursday May 12 1955 you \?A 'v :«X/' 1 THL ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS of new cars in stock... NEW 1955 YOUNG Motor Company AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH HIGHWAY 190 KILLEEN V :r^ 4 J! IRAYOUNG We Can Sell "ANY" Car At A BETTER PRICE! LOW INTEREST RATES VISIT OUR KILLEEN LOTS DONT BUY ANY CAR UNTIL YOU'VE SEEN US *'t Small Down Payments Up To 30 Months LARGER TRADE-INS CHEVROLETS SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS onlY FORDS BUICKS CHEVROLETS OLDSMOBILE IRA YOUNG Auto Company HIGHWAY 90—KILLEEN NEW CARS NOW IN STOCK Page Nine $1595 PONTIACS MERCURYS NASH

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 May 1955

Page Ten MPs Capture AWOL After Eleven Years FORT DIX N. J. (AFPS)—Go AWOL and eventually they catch up with you. Some time some place they get you. Anthony Eng­ lish found out 11 years late. English disappeared from an Army replacement depot in Italy in 1944. His claim was he was To make a hit with a miss— FLY! ALASKA AIRLINES ALLEGHENY AIRLINES AMERICAN AIRLINES BONANZA AIR LINES BRANIFF AIRWAYS CAPITAL AIRLINES CENTRAL AIRLINES COLONIAL AIRLINES CONTINENTAL AIR LINES DELTA-C & S AIR LINES EASTERN AIR LINES FRONTIER AIRLINES LAKE CENTRAL AIRLINES LOS ANGELES AIRWAYS MACKEY AIRLINES MOHAWK AIRLINES NATIONAL AIRLINES NEW YORK AIRWAYS NORTH CENTRAL AIRLINES NORTHEAST AIRLINES NORTHWEST ORIENT AIRLINES OZARK AIR LINES PACIFIC NORTHERN AIRLINES PIEDMONT AIRLINES RESORT AIRLINES SOUTHERN AIRWAYS SOUTHWEST AIRWAYS TRANS-TEXAS AIRWAYS TRANS WORLD AIRLINES UNITED AIR LINES WEST COAST AIRLINES WESTERN AIR LINES WEIN ALASKA AIRLINES ordered aboard a troop ship head ing back to the U.S. b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 May 1955

m-'j? vr." N [Thursday May 12 1955 THE THREE TOP graduates of Junior Class No. 61 at the III Corps IVCO Academy pose with guest speaker Brig. General George A. Rehm (extreme left) asst. commander 1st. Armored Di- vision during ceremonies held last Friday. Standing tall (from left) to right) are Pvt. Joseph F. Rapotek 22nd Armored Field Artil­ lery Bn. top man in the class with a 95.7 average PFC Robert Kurowski 4th Armored Division Band with a 95.5 average and 'Leroy J. Polz 207th Signal Company with a 95.05 average. Also graduated in the same ceremonies were members of the senior IVCO class number 60 Sgt. Arville L. Pierce 100th Tank Battalion SFC Linden F. Compton 701st Armored Infantry Battalion and Sgt. Dexter B. Starkey 126th Armored Ordnance Bn. were the top men in this class. (U.S. Army Photo by Engle) Hoover Group Asks Food Centralization WASHINGTON (AFPS) The Hoover Commission has called for creation of new agencies within the Defense Department to centralize .the buying an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 May 1955

Page Twelve ti7 A A T71DC\ fnn- WASHINGTON (AFPS) Con­ gress has made public testimony from closed hearings last Febru­ ary in which General Matthew B. Ridgway declared that the Russ­ ian Army "is the most powerful land combat force" in the world today. In the hearings held before a House Appropriations Subcommit­ tee General Ridgway said that the Russian Army is "equipped and disposed to undertake a maj­ or war with little warning." The Army Chief of Staff also pointed out that many other Com­ munist bloc armies are undergo­ ing extensive modernization pro­ grams although their progress is much slower than the Russian Army. ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE 77% READ IT Readership questionaire en the Armored Sentinel proved 77% of the readers use it for their enter* tainment guide. ADV. RATE $2.00 PER 2 COL. INCH LISTING 6:00 6:55 7:00 7:25 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:30 8:45 9:00 10:00 10:30 11:30 12:00 12:30 12:45 1:00 1:45 1:30 2:00 2:15 6:00 Test Pattern 6:55 Sign On & Program Preview. 7:00 Today (N...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 May 1955

Thursday May 12 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory A1 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Temple. Texas First Nat'l Bids. Ph. 3-5254 ANNOUNCEMENT DINING. DANCING. AMUS B-7 THE KILLEEN BASE OFFICERS' OPEN Mess is available for social functions sponsored by units and sections assigned at Fort Hood. Reservations may be made by calling the mess secretary. Phone 8-321. LOST & FOUND LOST MAN'S BROWN WALLET. ER- MIT TO AP-PLY FOR DRIVERS LI­ CENSE ONLY ITEM OF IMPORTANCE. MUST HAVE IT!! James W. Schlotz- hauer 276 No. 6 McNair Village Ph. 39293. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C^ LARGE FOUR ROOM FURNISHED apart­ ment. Private bath front and back entrances. South exposure and plenty cool Prefer officer for more perma­ nency. §70 month. Contact W. T. Dan- forth at Temple police station. HI-VUE MOTEL A Belton Boulevard. Modern cabins with 9 kitchenettes. By night or week. Reason- W able rates? Phone PR8-976...

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