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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Thursday January 29 1953 MEAT U.S. CHOICE PINTO BEANS Lb. Pkg. "PACKAGED IN DALLAS SSS5S335 KRAFT Velveeta Cheese 2 Lb. Pkg. BACON 97 MADE IN GARLAND SWIFTS 'MADE IN FT. WORTH" 33335SSS: 430 Fresh Ground Lb. Squares Lb. SAUSAGE 4 SELECT GOOD TEXAS MEATS SHORT RIBS 290 RIB STEAKS 69e BACON Tall Korn Lb. NEWHOFF PICNIC 27e LIVER can Kormel's Country Style Lb. FRANKS 390 WOLF BRAND /*LJ|| I "Made in No. 2 WnlLI WOLF BRAND ARMOUR'S Corsicana" Can I umaies TREET TtSSr "S 45c ARMOUR'S CORNED BEEF II A CU "Made in 16 Oz.<p></p>COFFEE nASn Ft. Worth" Can 2LQ Maryland Club THE ARMORED SENTINEL 590 Lb. 3333333 37C "Made In No. V/i 4JF. Corsicana Can Z.9C "Roasted In Houston" Stokeley's Party Stokley's WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PEAS 230 SPINACH Del Monte Del Monte HONEY CATSUP "J 190 CORN W196 Corral These Gigantic Savings During Your Annual Piggly Wiggly A SALE AS BIG AS TEXAS! VAN CAMPS MOHAWK DRISCOLL SLICED PICTSWEET PEAS PICTSWEET 1 LB. CAN No. 2 Can Sioux Bee 2...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Page Twelve 2ND AAA AW BN HQ. BTRY. By Cpl. James Heiniann Sgt. Downs our former supply sergeant has transferred to Re­ serve Command as a bayonet in­ structor. Currently enjoying a 10 day leave is Major Mixon our battalion exe­ cutive officer. We welcome CWO Pollard our Nationally Advertised FURNITURE When it comes to quality and price- Casey's will head your list for places to buy your home furnishings. First in Furniture ... the finest in appli­ ances. Everything you need for the home—TERMS! FBRJIITU new unit administrator from the 27th AFA Bn. A recent returnee to civilian life was Pvt. Spisak who has been dis­ charged. Cpl. Kirk is currently attending the cooking course at the 4121st ASU Food Service School. PFC Roznovsky is currently con­ fined to the hospital. Cpl. W. B. Clark has transferred to CC "B" as a chaplain's assist­ ant. A new addition to our personnel section is PFC Flispart who will assist Cpl. Marlow in the morning reports section. Capt. Kinney formerly of Char­ ...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Thursday January 29 1953 $ Del Monte--303Can Del Monte Del Monte Hunt's Del Monte Del Monte Tuxedo CRISCO SUGAR COFFEE FRUIT COCKTAIL FAB PINEAPPLE JUICE CREAM STYLE CORN PEACHES TUNA FLAKES Mil Capitol City Dairy Products Homogenized 111 IL l\ Pasturized Grade A QUARTS 21c Swift's Cooked Picnics Pork Roast Krisp-Rite or Tall Korn BACON Cooked SALAMI Wisconsin Longhorn CHEESE Plus Plus Bottle Deposit Deposit 24' GIANT BOX Oz. 3 300's TOMATO JUICE 296 TOMATO SAUCE 4». 316 Miracle Whip Salad 69 Cans 756 Gallon TOP QUALITY MEATS 51 Lb. 45 45 19 52 Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. DRESSING 200 46 540 Cans Scans 916 World Over McCormick's Choco Chip THE ARMORED SENTINEL 3 CAKES POUND CAN FOLGER'S Pound Can jy 2 200 COUNT KLEENEX For in LARGE SELECTION OF DIETETIC CANNED GOODS Fruits Juices Vegetables PORK & BEANS«.» 376 JELLO 3 BLACK PEPPER 676 BAKERY DEPT. OATMEAL .. 196 French Orange Chifon 69 if Pounds IU Imperial TQc 49 230 For 496 7 Inch Chifon Ring TISSUE Hershey COCOA PINTO BEANS RICE ADOLPHUS...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Page Fourteen Builders HOOD SOLDIERS work on a new wash house in one of the seven camp sites being improved in the original -Camp Tahuaya acreage. Tony Margiotta of Waco is at the left. Others in the picture are David Moore and Bobbie Woodruff of Dallas and Sgt. Robert Brown of Breckenridge who resides in Temple during his stay at Hood. (Waco Tribune-Herald Photo by Jim Knight). THE BITTER 634th AIB H&S CO. PFC Bernard W. Doescher form­ erly of the Medical Det. has been transferred here where he will work in supply. Our company commander Lt. Joe C. Murrell will be leaving soon as he is being assigned to Salzburg Austria. Cpl. Joe R. McNeal has been re­ assigned to Co. A He completed the NCO course at the NCO Academy. Cpl. James A. Kitterman has also been reassigned to Co. B. He at­ tended the same course at the NCO Academy. Cpl .Clarence C. Jasper has been assigned to Co. C. Three men from H&S Co. were recently transferred to Hq. Co. CC "B." They were Pvt. Lawson Boyett Pvt....

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Thursday January 29 1953 Best Seller THE MANUSCRIPT of "Sironia Texas" is piled high in the business and writing office of the Waco author Madison Cooper who is checking his now best selling 1731-page novel. (Photo by Windy Drum). "SironiaV' Author Interviewed (Continued From Page 3) early forties. I knew that a lot of time in service is simply waiting I and that work on a book would help pass the time. "Although I didn't get back into uniform by that time I was too interested in the idea of writing this story td drop it." In his garret-like office the author has his business desk and files plus a table that holds a typewriter covered by a cardboard box. Above this is usually a map of Texas. When alone Mr. Cooper would lift it to view the roughly drawn map of his fictional town of Sironia together with a sketch of the fami­ ly trees of Sironia's leading clans. These two illustrations appear on the end papers of the book. Mr. Cooper explained that all of his business appointments are...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Page Sixteen HELP! ALSO: VENUS CAFE Highway 190-Killeen GIVES TO THE MARCH OF DIMES ON THE FOLLOWING STEAKS T-BONES (Extra Fancy Corn Fed) K. C. SIRLOIN (U. S. Choice Beef) FEET MINON "Our Specialty" TOP SIRLOIN (Broiled) HAMBURGER STEAK Potatoes Salad Pickled Peaches Help Us To Help The March Of Dimes! Thank You JOE SAFODY VENUS CAFE Located On Highway 190 Killeen Texas CORDUROYS Puckered long sleeves whites pastels and darks.—ONLY SLACKS JUST ARRIVED! New ship- ment of ALL WOOL tear drop flannel Hi-Styled Hollywood model slacks with tunnel loops and matching belt. Shop and Compare Other Fine Slacks In rayons Gabs Worsteds And Others PARATROOPER BOOTS With extra hard toe broad-last cushion-in­ ner soles steel arch full retan uppers and steel shank. $ and SHOES S-flA95 12" '14.95 With Zippers ... OXFORDS now available in sizes 5 thru 13 to EE widths. Calf uppers goodyear Welts Leather soles. REGULATION ARMY AND AIR FORCE COMPLETE LINE OF MEN'S WEAR... SHOES... WESTERN WEAR... AND AC...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Thursday January 29 1953 SBU I" LEGAL DIRECTORY Legal Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bids. Killeen Ph. 186 J. W. THOMAS Attorney Phone 533 Belton. Texa* TOM A CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratl'.ff Bids. Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Killeen ANNOUNCEMENTS DINING DANCING AMUSE. B-7 WOULD LIKE TO CONTACT SMALL OR- chestra. Phone. Temple 3-9824. PERSONALS B-9 faAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK- ingr problems? For help write Alcoholics Anonymous Killeen P.O. Box 607. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-l NEW RENTALS WANDA PARK APARTMENTS LOW RENT Stove & Refrigerator Included 1-Bedroo $65. 2-Bedroo $75. 3-Bedroo $85. Go east on Rancier 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. Killeen BEAUTIFUL NEW WANDA PARK UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS Now Available One Bedroom $65 Two Bedrooms $75 Three Bedrooms .... $85 STOVES AND REFRIGERATORS AVAILABLE Located...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 January 1953

Page Eighteen W Heinz No. Tomato SOUP 2 190 For Pink Beauty Salmon Tall Can Van Camp PORK & BEANS 300 Size HURT QUALITY Budget Brand BACON Black Hawk FRANKS Armour's Star SAUSAGE II. S. Good ROAST Maryland Club COFFEE Lb. Can 810 Trellis PEAS 303 Size 2 For 27(Er Comstock PIE APPLES No. 2i Can 23e CANNED FOODS Here is another of IGA's outstanding sales events designed to bring you top quality brands at everyday low prices! Stock up today on these many canned food values priced to fit your purse. SHORTENING Del Monte 27 LB. 7 LB. 37 Lb. Rolls I CHUCK LB. Giant Size TIDE PEARS Ocean Spray Cranberry SAUCE 300 Size ZuG Blockey« 67' LUNCH MEAl PEAS Sun Maid RAISINS Hunt's CATSUP Del Dixie Dill PICKLES Bama APPLE JELLY American SARDINES National South America CORN BEEF Del Monte ORANGE JUICE Del Monte 7 PINEAPPLE JUICE Gold Medal FLOUR Gold Medal FLOUR WESSON OIL Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Armour's Spaghetti Dinner Box BEEF STEW KOTEX BALL POINT PENS 5 THE ARMORED SENTINEL 37 Size MILK OLEO NASH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 February 1953

vf SFC HERBERT Vol. 1 No. 6 Arty Battalions Lauded By CG Of 4th Army (PIO)—High scores in 1st Arm­ ored Division Artillery training tests drew applause this week from Lt. Gen. William M. Hoge commanding general of Fourth Army. General Hoge especially com­ mended the work of the 27th AFA Bn commanded by Maj. Phillip Dunbar. The 27th was given a "superior" rating while the 68th and 91st were scored "excellent." In a commendation to Brig. Gen. Alfred E. Kastner acting com­ mander of Fort Hood and the 1st Armored General Hoge said: "I wish to express to you and to the officers and men of 1st Armor­ ed Division Artillery sincere con­ gratulations on the over-all results obtained in the Army Training Tests. "The consistently high scores es­ pecially those achieved by the 27th Armored Field Artillery Battalion are particularly gratifying." In announcing the commendation to Artillery units General Kastner said he was aware of the hard work planning and effort required to attain the extraord...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 February 1953

Page Two Signs Of The Time (PIO)-—First Armored Division soldiers are among the most sign- conscious soldiers in the world. Each day soldiers at Hood come Into contact with signs and posters designed to make living a little easier less expensive and in some cases designed simply to make liv­ ing possible. .This process of "acclamation through inundation" has proved ef­ fective in teaching Hood personnel Visitors Discuss administrative facilities. TRAIN AT NORTH FORT In a welcoming address Brig Gen. Alfred E. Kastner acting commanding general of Hood and the 1st Armored told the visitors they would train at North Fort during their May 31-June 14 stay Promising the fullest coopera­ tion General Kastner said he was sure the facilities at North Fort would meet with their approval. Main purpose of the pre-camp conference was to make final ar­ rangements with the post staff for training facilities areas ranges Reserve Officers' Promotions Aided ByAR 135157 Wasington (AFPS) Army Re serve o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 February 1953

DPS ^1: Thursday February 12 1953 Show THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES DRIVE-IN THEATER Copperas Cove Texas SHOW TIME 6:45 P.M. 800 CLUBS^n Thursday February 12 No. 1—"The Snows of Kilimanjaro" Gregory Peck. No. 3—"Kansas Pacific" Sterling Hayden. No. 5—"That's My Boy" Martin and Lewis. 162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Truth or Consequences. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Lincoln's Birthday Party. NORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Abe Lincoln Party. HOSPITAL LIBRARY Hobby Exhibit (through Feb. 21) Friday February 13 No. 1—"The Snows of Kilimanjaro" Gregory Peck. No. 3—"Seminole" Rock Hudson. No. 5—"Jeopardy" Barbara Stanwyck. 162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Mardi Gras Party hostesses from Aus­ tin. Music by Dance Masters. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Organ Music Word Contest. NORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Card Instructions. K. B. OFFICERS MESS—Happy Hour. Saturday February 14 No. 1—"Kansas Pacific" Sterling Hayden. No. 3—"Confidentially Connie" Van Johnson. No. 5—"The Silver Whip" Rory Calhoun. 162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Valentine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 February 1953

Page Four iTp vv rATKA inn ITaef 40nrt StTGefc Published In the interest of the military and civilian personnel of Fort Hood Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas in conformity with SR 355-20-1 1951. I'olicies 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 tne products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Officc Armored Sentinel Fort Hood. Texas telephone 3300. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and civilian papers are not authorized' to reprint AFPS material without written permission from Airs. Staff supervision under authority SR 355-20-1. 1951. as exercised by Troon Intimation and Education Office. Fort Hood. Texas. Officer-in-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 February 1953

Thursday February 12 1953 QWhose Army is Best? IOW CALL means hot food at the front in Korea as well as in 'irear areas. Virtually all U.S. soldiers in Korea now are receiving two hot meals a day. Red Armv's Luxuries Are Musts For Highly Valuable U. S. Men (Editor's note: Following Is the fifth In a series of six articles comparing a U. S. Army combat infantry division with the infantry division of the Soviet Rus­ sian Army.) By ANF The basic difference between a democratic army and a police state army means that a U. S. di­ vision always will have more ser­ vice troops than a Soviet division. American soldiers have a num­ ber of services provided them whether they are stationed at a post in the United States or over­ seas or engaged in combat. Troops in the field for example have access to mobile shower- baths and laundries and they are supplied with many sundries such as razors and blades cigarettes towels toothbrushes and tooth­ paste. LICE DETERMINE BATHS The Russian idea of how...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 February 1953

Page Six ORRIN "ROCKY" CASSATA Fort Hood all-star last year shows his talents again this year as he scores a driving lay-up in the 501st MP-634th AIB contest that held the basketball spotlight this week. Baker and Montedorra of the Infantry team look on help­ lessly as Cassata goes sailing past them to make his two-pointer. (Photo by Moser) Christiansen Scores 36 Dick Christiansen tall forward of the winners led the scorers with 36 points for the 40 minutes of basketball. He accounted for nine field goals and 18 foul shots for his total. Most of his baskets were one-handers from 25 feet out. The highscorer had help from team-mates Danny Cutre and Bill Tryon who hit the cords with bas­ kets when the team needed them. TIGHT ZONE Employing a tight zone defense the QMers slowed the fast-break­ ing MPs down to a walk. Using a deliberate game of offense work­ ing the ball in until a good shot was taken the underdogs took a one point-lead in the first quarter and doubled that by half time....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 February 1953

I? Thursday February 12 1953 (NFH-PIO) The North Fort hoop and rebound crowd were all on hand Sunday night to witness the basketball finals which wound up a six-day tourney. The finals pitted the 1st MTB against the 2nd Training Bn. Winning their third straight game the 2nd Bn. copped the first place trophy which was presented by Maj. Fred A. Limley 3rd Training Bn. Co. A second place trophy was Ladies Golf The ladies of the Fort Hood Golf association were happy this week to welcome three new members into the club. The new members are Mrs. George C. Coburn Mrs. Paul J. Durbin and Mrs. Ruby Butler. A blind bogey tournament was Jayed on Thursday Feb. 5 with nners and prizes as follows: Irst prize winner Mrs. William Starnes a becoming golf hat sec­ ond place winner: Mrs. Gilbert Smith a golf glove third place winner: Mrs. Miltford Kubin a tee-bag. A large group of the play­ ers turned out for the tournament followed by a business meeting and refreshments. Tir The next scheduled meetin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 February 1953

WW Page Eiglit Fortf Copy for the High School year­ book has been completed a week ahead of the publishers deadline and it is hoped that this will in­ sure delivery early in May. MARCH OF DIMES The March of Dimes collection in the Fort Hood School was spon­ The February meeting of the Of­ ficers Wives' Club followed a Val­ entine theme. The hostesses Officers Wives' of the 81st Recon. Bn. and their chairman Mrs. D. H. Cowles were complimented on the unusual table decorations of simulated Valentine trees and heart mail boxes placed on the tables. Red and white Valentines form­ ed a colorful background on the screens around the dining room. ANNOUNCEMENTS Mrs. Alfred Hopkins president of the club announced the appoint­ ment of Mrs. John' E. Bartlett as assistant chairman for the hospital ward patients parties which the club sponsors. Mrs. Walter Dunlap thanked the volunteers who furnished home­ made cakes pies cup cakes and cookies for the Service Club party on February 6. The Post Lad...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 February 1953

Thursday February 12 1953 Report The following bills of interest to Service personnel were recently introduced in Congress: 1. A bill to authorize interser- vice transfers of officers. 2. A bill to grant permanent and total disability ratings to veterans suffering from severe industrial inadaptability as a result of war service. 3. A bill to amend the Immigra­ tion and Nationality Act so as to provide for naturalization of aliens serving in the Armed Forces in or around Korea for six months or more. 4. A bill to increase the normal tax and surtax exemptions for dependents from 5600 to $1000. 5. A bill to authorize the appoint­ ment of X-ray technicians as com­ missioned officers in the Medical Corps of the Army and Navy. Former members of the 10th Armored Division will hold their annual reunion at the Hotel Wash­ ington Washington D.C. during May 22-24. Convention fees have been set at $6. J7th Armd. Cav. Sy PFC Frank Lo Grippo Corporal and Mrs. Conley N. Aldridge announce the arriv...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 February 1953

Page Ten A i* Sergeants Honored AT AN AWARDS CEREMONY held in his office Lt. Col. John J. Davis commanding officer of Reserve Command at North Fort Hood pins on the Purple Heart medal to Sgt. James Williams. SFC Raymond Suckley received the Bronze Star medal. Both these awards were earned in Korea during their tour of duty. Sergeant Suckley is presently serving as an assistant instructor on the Weapons Committee Reserve Command while Sergeant Williams is serving as Chief of Section of the North Fort Hood Public Information Office. (NHF-PIO) (Photo by Blanke) THE THREE TOP STUDENTS of the 17th non-commissioned of­ ficer academy class were congratulated last week by Brig. Gen. Alfred E. Kastner temporary post commander for the excellent marks they achieved while attending the school. From left to right are General Kastner SFC Cecil G. Carpenter Hqs. Co. CC"B" who led the class with a 95.41 average Cpl. William H. Meeks Btry C 2nd AAA second with a 92.60 Cpl. Stanley Lowat- sky Co. D 4...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 February 1953

$V' $' ^r. 1 Thursday February 12 1953 Folger's Hl-C ORANGEADE BRISCOLL FROZEN STRAWBERRIES PICKSWEET FROZEN BIG "R" PEAS BT Avalon Sliced or Halves No. 21 Can CHICKEN OF THE SEA TUNA TOMATOES KRAFT'S MIRACLE WHIP Fresh GROUND MEAT Pork Lb. Squares Of Salt .-• No. Can Prices Effective Friday Feb. 13 Thru Wednesday Feb. 18 46-Oz. Can No. 303 Can Pint Jar 250 12-0z. Pkg. 290 15c 25e 290 LB. SHORT SAUSAGE 290 RIBS u. 290 BACON 290 BACON u. 290 u. 290 CRACKERS GERBER'S 290 BABY FOOD PALM VALLEY 100 TOMATO JUICE DELSEY TISSUE TWIN HARBOR'S SALMON PATIO CHILI -KK*. wwr*+\?fr?r'1WstF%\ Blue Circle No. 300 Can BANANAS CABBAGE CARROTS ORANGES RADISHES V" 1 THE ARMORED SENTINEL DON'T BURN YOURSELF HOT THIS PAGE IS 1 lb. Can SUNSHINE KRISPY %M -a1'1- 1-Lb. Box 4 46-Oz. Can 2 Rolls 1-Lb. Can No. 2 Can FLUID LB. 250 350 4!0z. Cans 230 250 390 590 2 250 50 LIS. LB. A Pkgs. For 290 150 BUNCH 50 j& WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES AND REFINE SALES TO DEALERS .-• '•-!• -v UNDER FIRE ASSE...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 February 1953

Page Twelve Openings To OCS Washington (AFPS) Changes have been made in the National Guard officer procurement setup to facilitate the flow of junior of­ ficers to Guard units the Depart­ ment of the Army revealed re­ cently. Enlisted men and warrant offi­ cers of the NG will be permited to train for commissions in the Army's Officer Candidate Schools and will not be required to re­ main in the active military serv­ ice upon graduation the DA an­ nounced. Under the new setup Guards- PRIVATE STUFF 5 DOMINO cosuol ^Sucknell SPORTS SHIRTS $10.95 New NG Regulations Aid Ease Officer Procurement men officer candidates will be processed for training in the same manner as active Army personnel. The difference is that the Guards­ men must be at least Exceptional in quality ... In looks and in value. The Perry Como shirt tailored by J. Bucknell comes in two styles. A slip over style and the button down type coat style shirt that could be worn either in or out of the trousers. A fine quality s...

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