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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 January 1953

Thursday January 15 1953 NORTH FORT HOOD (PIO)—Its an old story. The Army gets its man and this time the searching fingers of the Selective Service System has tapped the roster of amateur golf heroes and come up with Billy Maxwell now Pvt. Billy Maxwell who comes from Odessa Texas. Very shortly Pvt. Maxwell will get a chance to show his wares at the March of Dimes Tournament to be held at South Fort Hood Course Number 2. His opponent will be the 4th Army Champion Jack Laxon. He has played with Jack a number of times but never against him. Billy isn't fooling himself. He hasn't had a golf club in his hand for two months. But he'll be out there trying you can bet on that. Billy Maxwell didn't begin his winning ways until he was thirteen years old when he was in the Abi­ lene Invitational Tournament. This was in 1942. And later for a chap in his early 20's he plucked one of golfdom's prize plums when in 1951 at Bethlehem Penn. he cop­ ped the National Amateur Golf Championshin. FIRST T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 January 1953

Page Eight Thrift Shop Halts Operations For Move To New Quarters The Thrift Shop will be closed during the last week of January for the purpose of moving into its new location in building 309 on Bat­ talion Avenue just east of its pre­ sent location. When it re-opens on Feb. 4 the shop will have new hours being open on Wednesday from 10:00 to 3:00 for selling only on Thursdays from 10:00 to 1:00 to receive mer­ chandise and from 7:00 to 9:00 on Thursdays to sell and receive mer­ chandise. On Fridays the hours will be from 10:00 to 3:00 for sell^ ing only. The shop will no longer be open on Saturdays. Started in March 1952 under the direction of Mrs. Frances Hem­ ming the Thrift Shop was built to its present size by her successor Mrs. R. E. Vollendorff. The shop is sponsored by the Officers Wives club and is pre­ sently under the direction of Mrs. E. H. F. Svensson chairman of the Thrift Shop Committee. Money raised by the Thrift Shop Better Half Club The first business meeting for 1...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 January 1953

Thursday January 15 1953 olemn Ceremonies 4 2 WACs Take Oath As Citizens Tuesday An important event in the lives of two members of the 4005th WAC Detachment will be a trip to Waco on Jan. 20. On that date Pvt. Thersa Drouin and PFC Bridget O'Connor will appear in the Federal Court there for the solomn ceremonies of becoming citizens of the United States. Private Drouin was born in In­ verness Quebec Canada. Her father was a Canadian and her mother an American and she is eligible for citizenship through her mother but must appear in court to claim it. ARRIVED IN U. S. At the age of three Private Drouin came to the United States and settled in Manchester N. H. She entered the Army from that city in Sept. 1951. and was as­ signed to Fort Hood after complet­ ing medical courses at Fort Sam Houston and Madigan Army Hos­ pital Wash. During the Christmas holidays he was married to Andrew F. alsh of Williams Bay Wise. PFC O'Connor was born in Ca- poquin County Walerford Ireland near Cork. C...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 January 1953

Page Ten 2ND AAA AW BN HQ. & HQ. BTRY. By Cpl. James Heimann Our congratulations and best wishes are extended to PFC and Mrs. Booksh on the arrival of a brand new baby boy. We think this is really starting the new year off right. The ranks are filling up again with the arrival of new men from the 27th 68th and 91st Armd. FA Battalions. To all of these men we extend a hearty welcome. After an absence of many weeks PFC Wheeler has returned to duty after completing the Radio Me­ chanics Course at Fort Sill Okla. WO.TG Martin Perlman our Unit Administrator has departed on TDY to the AG School at Fort Ben­ jamin Harrison Ind. Unfortunate­ ly Mr. Perlman will not return to us. We wish him the best of luck. Lt. Rust our former commo of­ ficer. has transferred to Btry. "B" for a new assignment. The arrival of Lieutenants Ham­ ilton and Heckerman from the line batteries are duly welcomed. Notes of congratulations are ex­ tended to the five new Acting Ser­ geants just recently made within...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 January 1953

1 Thursday January 15 1953 FINER feEATS FRESH DRESSED FRYERS FRESH NICE HORMEL'S FRANKS ^ui(lULvWite^ SWIFT'S SWEET RASHER BACON .-'v \v •:•.•. GROUND MEAT 43c SHORT RIBS TOMATOES PASCAL CELERY BUNCH GREEN ONIONS FLORIDA ORANGES WASHINGTON WINESAP APPLES IIISIIISFE^ I —uuumiWjuiLi 49c u. 37c 49c Cello Pack lb Lb. 45c MEADOLAKE 1 Lb. Colored Quarters THE ARMORED SENTINEL & WALDORF A Scot Product Swift's Dog Food s\ ~i BEST NATIONAL BRANDS ORAilGE JUICE 2-25^ CL0R0X^I7 cm. 19c 17C Stalk 2 15c Bunches 15C 2 Lb. 17c Lb. fi/VK" 1 nMv^V' Dole Del Monte Niblets 650 Sheet Rolls 1 Lb. Cans CRUSHED PINEAPPLE TOMATO JUICE CORN 2 MEM VIENNA SAUSAGE PEANUT BUTTER Avalon Sliced or Halves PEACHES WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES AND REFUSE SALES TO DEALERS 46 Oz. Can Swift's Luncheon Meat 120z. Can Swift's 4 Oz. 2i Can Our Customers are fhe Best Folks in -totfn and We'll do anvthinq -ID please 'em! Uust Ask Us! fage Eleven 37' 39* 190 330 29c

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 January 1953

Page Twelve JJT. GRANVILLE STEWART Co. C 13th MTB was recently presented the Purple Heart with first oak leaf cluster for wounds suffered in Korea while with the 89th MTB. The award was made by Col. Theodore T. King CC"A" commander. (Photo by Sloan). PHOTO SECTION By Pvt. Robert Tornese The section is still being painted and remodeled under the super­ vision of Sergeant SeChrist. DIVISION SIGNAL MAINTENANCE By PFC Joe Atmore Pvt. Sam Pohrebny delegate from Chicago received a Christ­ mas gift from his local V.F.W. Post. Funny part is that it's from the Ladies Auxiliary. Sam claims that he's a member. MOTOR POOL By Corporal Ostendorf The motor pool has been pretty busy this week what with the pro­ cessing of vehicles which are to be turned in. CONSTRUCTION SECTION By Pvt. C. DuBoise "with the return of all our men wsm Values in Men's Clothing Men's Suits I Shirts Slacks I -k Jackets Jump Boots Military Supplies AND You Always Save at. MURRY'S AYE. Store No. 1 following the holiday lea...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 January 1953

I js if 7US Thursday January 15 1953 Kraft's American American Kraft's SUGAR 5 Lb. I (5 Lb. Limit Please) ENJOY 0OOD YET MAKE ENDS 33$ 33e 5/6 19e PORK & BEANS TOMATOES PINTO BEANS KRAUT TEXSUN GRAPEFRUIT JUICE LIBBY'S TOMATO JUICE 26 676 156 U. S. Choice or U. S. Good Gold Medal Beef Chuck Roast SIRLOIN STEAK BACON FRANKS FLOUR 5 Lb. WORLD OVER N0.1 300 SIZE ROTEL 303 CAN NO. 2 CAN 300 Can Temple Daily Telegram Temple Texas Decker's Tali Korn CLEANSER Swans Down Yellow Neuhoff's All Meat AJAX GIANT FAB IVORY SOAP JELLO NAPKINS KLEENEX CAKE MIX Aunt Jemima CORN MEAL Aunt Jemima FLOUR Niblet's Whole Kernel CORN Lb. U. S. Choice Lb. Folger's COFFEE 2 45 I 7Y -43c I 47 Lb. Cans 25C For Men and Boy 24c Box 45c 5 Lb. Lb. 39c Dog Food Scott TISSUES Rolls Colored SA69 CRISCO Visit Our Clothing DEPARTMENT TOWN TOPIC 3 SWEAT SHIRTS Boy CAPS 67c With Ear Muffs Large Bath 5c Personal Size 2 15C Pkg. White 80 Count 2 200 Count TOWELS BATH CLOTHS Embroidered 14c 25c PILLOW CASES Ladies Assor...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 January 1953

Page Fourteen BEDROOM SAVE NOW OK FIK BIBOW 4.PC. UMtD OAK SUITE. O..U. B.es«r. :r 4 PIECE BLOND BEDROOM SUITE CHAIRS SAVE UP TO Occasional Chair $14.95 Regular $19.95 Occasional Chair *39.95 Regular $63.50 EASY CHAIR *39.95 Regular $69.95 KR0EHLER PLATFORM ROCKER *34.95 Regular $43*50 Wingback Chairs *31.95 Regular $42.50 18TH CENTURY WINE TAPESTRf *49.95 Regular $69.95 SUITES Regular $2«'.»S CI 99 BO FRENCH PROVINCIAL SOUD ASH *177 rw"u^.»««.«*»«.-- -*--. $199.50 $89.50 TABLES TO CLEAR 20% DISCOUNT ON ALL TABLES RUGS 9x12 TWEED RUGS $ Regular $6950 Value 9xT2 WOOL RUGS $ Regular $12950 Value OTHERS GREATLY REDUCED THE ARMORED SENTINEL SAVEUPTO New Styles Famous Makes Guaranteed Quality Now is the time to buy furniture you'll pay half as much as you would regularly or you'll get twice as much for your money ... All types of home furnishings in modern and traditional styles finest quality materials and construction.. all at greatly reduced prices so buy now! SAMPLE SELECTION OF BARG...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 January 1953

Sp fft Thursday January 15 1953 seu rri LEGAL DIRECTORY Legal Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Kilieen Ph. 186 Ratliff Bldg. OMice No. 1 Phone 4591 Kilieen ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONALS B-9 HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK lng: problems? For help write Alcoholics Anonymous Kilieen P.O. Box 607. RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED C-1 NEW RENTALS WANDA PARK APARTMENTS LOW RENT Stove & Refrigerator Included -Bedroom $65 -Bedroom $75. 3-Bedroom $85 Go east on Rancler till you see Wanda Park Rental Office sign—Stop and ask for Information about any of the apartment plans. PHONE 6555 or 1471 KILLEEN HOUSING CORP. CLOUD CONST. AGENTS Box 248. Kilieen BEAUTIFUL NEW WANDA PARK UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS Now Available One Bedroom $65 Two Bedrooms $75 Three Bedrooms .... $85 STOVES AND REFRIGERATORS AVAILABLE located East on Rancier Ave. Phone Kilieen 1471 Office Above Bank Building CLOUD CONSTRUCTION CO. AGENTS FOR KILLEEN HOUSING CORP Kilieen Texas Box 248 160 UNITS Furnis...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 January 1953

Page Sixteen Dromedary DEL MONTE BRAND PINEAPPLE oansbine Cruise NEAPPLE PINEAPPLE SUGAR 5 430 Lb. imperial PITTED DATES Jolly Time Yellow POPCORN Jolly Time White POPCORN JEWEL OIL Tru-Vu Baby LIMA BEANS RICE Stokley's CATSUP Skinner's»— 7 Oz. Box Miracle Whip Bama BVjMjklr KJ Peacock Ctn. MACARONI or SPAGHETTI 9c SALAD DRESSING 29c GRAPE JAM 1201. 19c LUNCH MEAT 39c LAUNCH YOURSELF the "MODERN" way Dwk at "MODERN FOOD" and Save Here's a boatload of TROPIC FLAVOR! FRUIT COCKTAIL PINEAPPLE sufiit. PINEAPPLE PINEAPPLE SR.*. FLOUR Swans Down Cake Flour 2} Lb. 190 190 190 290 Pints 2 Lb. 290 29C 2 Lb. 19c 14 Oz. Bottle Quarters Lb. Alma TURNIP GREENS Topkick DOG FOOD Red Bird Charmin Nutrine 9 Oz. Pkg. Wildroot Fitch Dandruff Remover HAMPOO THE ARMORED SENTINEL Del Monfe 303 Size Del Monte 46 Oz. Can Del Monte 211 Size Can Sun Gold 2 MSTMD MEEIS9* 11 SWEET POTATOES Doeskin White NAPKINS No. 1 Size Luncheon Size TISSUE 4 it? 29c CHOCOLATE DROPS 29c ALCOHOL. Isopropyl 70% ««. 9C EX LAX C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Vol. 1 No. 4 3 Businessmen Donate Profits To Dime Fund Three Killeen merchants are holding a March of Dimes sale beginning today and running through February 7 giving half of the profits to the Fort Hood March of Dimes Fund. Nathan Feldt of the Army & Navy Store 326 Ave. D originat­ ed the idea. Mr. D. M. Elliott of Tjciliot's Restaurant 402 N. Gray *nd Mr. Joe Safidy of the Venus Restaurant Highway 190 are both joining Mr. Feldt in the fund rais­ ing sale. Ten per cent of the gross sale income will go to the March of Dimes Fund half of it to the Fort Hood total and' the other half to Killeen. (See page 16). On the post the Fort Hood Golf driving range located in back of Theater No. 3 has stated that they plan to donate their entire day's proceeds of Jan. 30 to the Hood March of Dimes fund. Maj. Wilton J. Richard March of Dimes representative on the (See DONATE Page 2) EM Promotions In Division Over 2 F0r Month (PIO)—More than two thousand enlisted men of the 1st Armored Divisio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Page Two 66Stitch In Time99 Accident-Free Days Totaling Over 340 (PIO)—"A stitch in time saves nine." Fifteen months ago Melvin E Davis Fort Hood electrical engi­ neer found the old proverb run ning through his mind. He needed a way to cut down accidents among his men. If he could find something new one idea working as hard to cut down accidents as those hot electric lines worked to keep caus­ ing them he might have the prob lem whipped. Davis huddled with his shop fore­ man G. W. Asher to work out a safety program. Controls Put On Gate Traffic By Provost Marshal In order to speed up the hand­ ling of traffic at peak hours rules governing vehicles entering and leaving the reservation have been set up by the Provost Marshal's Office. Privately owned vehicles enter­ ing or leaving the post during day­ light hours may pass the MP booth at all gates without stopping un­ less specifically signaled to do so by the MP on duty. Drivers using the East Gate are requested to be especially caut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Thursday January 29 1953 No. No. No. Group. THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES WAC Det. Show. Show. Thursday9 January 29 1—"Niagara" Marilyn Monroe. 2—"The Star of Texas" Wayne Morris. 5—"Ivanhoe" Robert Taylor. I62ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Talent Night. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB Ping Pong & Pool. NORTH FT. HOOD SERVICE CLUB—March of Dimes Show and Concert Hostesses from Gatesville. NCO MESS TV and Juke Box Dance. Friday January 30 No. 1—"Niagara" Marilyn Monroe. No. 2—"The Stars Are Singing" Rosemary Clooney. No. 5—"Come Back Little Sheba" Shirley Booth. 162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Hostess Night. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Hostess Night. NORTH FT. HOOD SERVICE CLUB Card Instructions. NCO MESS 8 p.m. Dance Henry Busse Orchestra. POST LIBRARY—8:30 p.m. Review of "Sironia Texas." Saturday January 31 No. i—"The Star of Texas" Wayne Morris. No. 3—"Yellow Sky" Gregory Peck. No. 5—"The Miracle of Fatima" Gilbert Roland. 162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Prize Games Hillbilly Jamboree. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—8...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Page Four 122 East 42nd Street Published In the Interest of the military and civilian personnel of Fort Hood. Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Templet Texas in conformity with SR 355-20-1. 1951. Policies and statements reflected In the news and editorial columns represent views of the individual writers and under no cir­ cumstances are to be considered those of the United States 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 Public Information Office Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood. Texas telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and civilian papers are not authorized to reprint AFPS material without written permission from AFIVs. Staff supervision under authority SB 355-20-1. 1951. as exercised by Troon Information and Education Office. Fort Hood. Texas. Officer-in-Charge 2nd L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Thursday January 29 1953 FILM SERVICE APPROVED SANITONE SERVICE DISCUSSING POLIO AND THE MARCH OF DIMES are Miss Barfield (left) and Miss Barbara Harvey of Waco a 1952 victim of the disease. Miss Harvey has been fighting infantile paralysis since September 26 and seems to be winning as she is recovering swiftly. The men listening in on the discusion are (I to r) Pvts. Pat Hyatt Joe Higgenbotham Paul Springman and Fred Tyson all training at North Fort Hood. (Photo by SeChrist). JH&Lr I SFC JOSEPH RICHARDS DEPOSITS money in the NCO Mess March of Dimes collection jar held by Miss Barfield. Forty-two pounds of silver have been donated by members of the NCO Mess to date. Looking on are (1 to r) M-Sgt. Ted Brown manager of the NCO Mess Cpl. Lee Gunst and Cpl. Clarence Choate. (Photo by SeChrist). DID YOU KNOW YOU CAN GET 24-HOUR KING'S PHOTO SHOP Ave. Killeen Phone 6011 In at 7 est next day Jumbo Prints in Albums ME YOU LOOKING FOR A NEW BETTER DRY CLEANING? Yes Sanitone is the differ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Raymond KO's Rucker Ten boxers were crowned Fort Hood boxing champions Sunday evening at the Sports Arena be­ fore a crowd of 2000 spectators who witnessed ten well-fought matches. James Quawrells was the only champion who repeated from last year. Quawrells gained the feather­ weight title unopposed as did champs Fred "Kid" Coca light weight George Brown welter­ weight John Slyker bantam­ weight LeRoy Rodrique light- middleweight and Albert Ray­ mond light heavyweight. Raymond provided the best box­ ing exhibition of the evening as he sent Kay Bee's Rocky Rucker roar­ ing to the canvas in 31 seconds of the second round with an atomic right hook that left the airman a heap on the canvas. Rucker tried valiantly to rise and fight more but the only thing he could do was stagger around the ring after being counted out. Rucker had the heart to keep fight­ ing but Raymond had the anti­ aircraft fire as he shot for the range in the first round with lefts and rights to the head but failed to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Thursday January 29 1953 Battler KO's Foes In First (NFH PIO)—A slim fast light­ weight just recently added to the ranks of Uncle Sam's green-clad nephews has been cutting down his opponents in the Special Serv­ ices sponsored fights at North Fort Hood with astonishing casual- ness. In three fights of which none lasted a full round Larry Arm- stead of the Ninth Training Co. has chilled three opponents. One Leroy Eugene succombed to Arm- stead's hard hitting light hand in the record time (for North Fort) of 55 seconds of the first round. Armstead is a peaceful looking guy his face is mild and in Army fatigue clothing his build is decep­ tively thin. But as Larry says "Conditioning makes the difference in a fighter." He trains hard for all his fights plenty of roadwork bag-punching rope skipping calisthenics and sparring. This combined with every athletes stand-by good food and a lot of sleep took care of him in all of his ring engagements. LOOK AT RECORD A look at Larry's ring record...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Page Eight WAC Of The Week PFC. ELIZABETH COLEMAN A lot of travel has been packed Into the comparatively short Army life of PFC Elizabeth A. Coleman a file clerk in the 4005th Separation Center. Elizabeth enlisted in June 1951 at her home town of Memphis Tenn. After basic training at Fort Lee Va. she attended the Medical Field Service School at Fort Sam Houston and then was assigned to recruiting at Albuquerque N. M. She reported to Fort Hood in August 1952 and shortly after­ ward became an active participant in the WAC Detachment sports program. At present she is the captain of the Detachment basket­ ball team and is looking forward to the Fourth Army basketball tournament. In addition to sports Elizabeth writes poetry and makes plans for completing the nurses training course which she interrupted to investigate Army life. Better Half Club A course in charm was started at the January 21 meeting of the Better Half Club. Charm and beauty tips were dis­ cussed by Mrs. Oliver L. Frankl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Thursday January 29 1953 (NFH-PIO)—A variety show for the "March of Dimes Drive" will be presented tonight at the North Fort Hood Service Club. The Earl "McNutt band will be the big at­ traction. For each selection played a contribution towards the "March of Dimes" will be requested. The boys will be able to get their hair "done" a manicure or shoe shine by a bevy of beautiful girls. For these services each man will "feed the kitty" for the March of Dimes. The Service Club plans for '53 include dance classes dramatics club and hobby crafts. The Ser­ vice Club now boasts a new tele­ vision set. NEW ASSISTANT Miss Valre Hay who organized the opening of the club in 1951 now has a new assistant Miss Wilma King. Miss Hay said that since the club now has a full staff many ore activities can be planned. The year of 1952 featured several outstanding events. A water carni­ val was held in July in which four beautiful girls from Gatesville per­ formed a colorful water ballet. Al­ so on the ag...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Page Ten CURRENT AND CHOICE "The New Breed" by Andrew Geer is the story of the U. S. Mar­ ines in Korea—the privates cor­ porals sergeants and lieutenants— written by a man who served with them. "The Case of the Grinning Gor­ illa" by Erie Stanley Gardner re­ lates the latest case of the ever- popular Perry Mason. "Omnibus of Science Fiction" edited by Groff Conklin contains 43 stories for thegrowing number of science fiction fans. "Bob Mathias Champion of Champions" by Jim Scott tells the Jife story of this great athlete. "Who Blowed Up the Church House?" by Vance Randolph is a collection of Ozark folk tales. "Bull Fighter from Brooklyn" by Liability INSURANCE For ALL SERVICE PERSONNEL MORRIS INSURANCE AGENCY PHONE 2261 Killeen Hwy. 190 24 w Phone 83 Sidney Franklin is the colorful au­ tobiography of the one and only American bullfighter. "Pictorial History of American Sports" by Durant and Bettmann will appeal to all sports lovers. MEET YOUR LIBRARY STAFF Sgt. Mary D. White has be...

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