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

Page Two 122 East 42nd Street 202 Ave. Published In the Interest of the military and civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and Ktatemcm reflected in the news and editorial columns represent views of the individual writers and under no circumstances arc to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements in this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defenso of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed For-.es Press Service material and payers are authorized to reprint non-copyrighted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: fcuslness Office P.O. Box 419. Temple Texas. Subscription off post $3.00 per year $1.9® for three months. Distribution on Post free. All pictures a...

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

Thursday Oct. 29 1953 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday October 29 No. 1—"Escape From Fort Bravo" William Holden Eleanor Parker No. 3—"House of Wax" Vincent Price Frank Lovejoy No. 4—"Key Largo" Humphrey Bogart Edward G. Robinson No. 5—"Mississippi Gambler" Tyrone Power Piper Laurie NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Bridge BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Organ Melodies 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Drama Class Friday October 30 No. 1—"Escape From Fort Bravo." William Holden Eleanor Parker No. 3—"Shark River" Steve Cochran Carole Matthews No. 4—"Prisoners of the Casbar" Gloria Graham Cesar Romero No. 5—"Donovan's Brain" Lew Ayres Gene Evans NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Talent Show BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Costume Dance 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Halloween Dance Saturday October 31 No. 1—"House of Wax." Vincent PPrice Frank Lovejoy No. 3—"Key Largo." Humphrey Bogart. Edward G. Robinson \Jo. 4—"Paris Model" Marilyn Maxwell Paulette Goddard Tom Con­ way No. 5—"The Joe Louis Story" Coley Wallace Hilda Simms NORTH FORT ...

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

Page Four AX 6. 6* WARD BN HQS Newcomers to the battalion are Lieutenants Marshall Bailey Fred Donham Clarence Jackson Rob­ ert Johnson Kenneth Parks Rus­ sell Singleton and Jack Dibrell. SFC Norris Sizemore has been transferred to Headquarters from Co. Sei'geant Sizemore is the assistant operations sergeant S-3. Everyone in the Battalion with the exception of the Personnel Sec­ tion took part in the three day bivouac last week. Fortunately good weather prevailed throughout the bivouac. H&S CO PFC Charles Garver the com­ pany carpenter finally had the cast removed from his arm and is one the job again. Cpl. Joe Cox and Privates Jose Garcia and Wilfred Cheers of the Commo Section have returned from the Falcon Dam festivities in Laredo. PFC Robert Battaglini is back after spending 15 days leave at his home in Brooklyn. The company is very confident of snaring top honors in the cate­ gory for the Community Chest Drive. Sergeant Morgan returned from 10 days leave at his home with hi...

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

*y.-. Thursday Oct. «'y 29 1953 vxBtrQ Us® HQ BTRY There have been several promo­ tions in th ebattery the ast week. Promoted to sergeant were Donald B. Johnson and John W. Brown Jr. to Corporal PFC Robert P. Conway and to PFC Privates Clar- ence R. Dowd Edward A. Gar­ ner Raymond E. Loxier Herbert L. Clement Don J. Leewright and Alphus D. Rouse. Lgt. Lonnie W. Warren Cpl. Don­ ald E. Anderson PFC Kenneth R. Wright and PFC Piron L. Hill Pri­ vates Delon P. Harris and John Olivia have left on leaves. Returning from leaves are Pri­ vates Eugene T. Vickery Tony A. DeLeon James Galbreath William Hawkins and Warren F. Price. PFC Albert Figuiredo has been admitted to the hospital. Privates Roger E. Murray Ed- A. Mauldin and Victor C. ^Prebb have left to attend various courses at the NCO Academy. Pvt. Stephen A. Klinck comes from A Btry. He replaces Cpl. Charles E. Strickler as nMail Clerk who is now at the 4005th awaiting discharge. A BTRY Lt. George C. Jehlen executive officer has recent...

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

sp. Famous Golfer To App ear Here For Golf Clinic Miss Betsy Rawls one of Amer­ ica's most noted young perform- ers in the women's tournament circuit and winner of numerous major titles and honors in ladies golf will hold a golf clinic at Fort Hood at Golf Club No. 2 on Nov. 5. Miss Rawls will play a nine hole exhibition match with Betty Minus' Danoff of Dallas Billy Maxwell and Buster Reed of Fort Hood mak­ ing the foursome. Young Betsy reigned supereme as queen of the links during the 1952 womens' tournament circuit capturing the leading money win­ ner title with five major wins and two runner up honors. A clinic will be held at 3:15 p.m. followed by nine holes of match play at 4:15. The Fort Hood Womens Golf As­ sociation is responsible for bring­ ing Miss Rawls here and invites everyone to be on hand for the program. Both men and women are invit­ ed to watch Miss Rawls demon­ strate her form at the exhibition. Standings AMERICAN Team W Tie 634th AIB 7 (KvP 1st QM 7 1 1 504th Sig...

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

Thursday Oct. 29 1953 iALONG Things were just the opposite for coach Jim Lansford's crew at Bliss as their post special service unit went out of the way to help and accomodate the visiting Hooders. Perhaps the peak of the trip was the splendid food served the club. Besides being the best chow pos­ sible it also was available in abun­ dance as everyone ate their fill especially Harmon Welch and Domonic Migalarese. Rumors have it that the Mexican city of Juarez is right across the border from the Texan metropolis of El Paso. However the grid squad was requested to remain "stateside" during the stay at Bliss so who knows? Time was not wasted by the Tankers however for once again Football Prediction EAST Army over Tulane Marquette over Boston "U" Princeton over Brown Lehigh over Bucknell Colgate over Rutgers Columbia over Cornell Dartmouth over Yale Syracuse over Holy Cross MIDWEST Notre Dame over Navy St. Olaf over Monmouth Michigan over Penn Penn State over West Virginia St. Cloud ove...

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

Page Eight o. 1 V| 1 i* C- HQS BTRY Lt. Gilbert R. Sturtevant receiv­ ed his orders for separation Sgt. Albert S. Stumpf Sgt. Robert E. Riffle and Cpl. Clayton A. Young are counting the days. They are due to leave the service in Novem­ ber. Cpl. Rothwell Black who was re­ cently assigned to this unit is per­ forming the duties of supply ser­ geant. The transferring of the officers of this unit has caused some con­ fusion. A BTRY Lieutenant Patten is from Head­ quarters 1st Armored Division. He will assume the job as Recon and Survey Officer. Sgt. Russel Wilson also recently joined the organiza­ tion from Heqdquarters Battery of this Battalion. Pvt. Samuel A. Maitland has de­ parted on DS to the 5th Armored Division School Camp Chaffee Ark for the purpose of attending the Automobile Mechanic Course. Pvt. Richard J. Kellar has retur ed from his ten day emergency leave. Pvt. Satnley E. Hawkins was transferred to the separation cen­ ter 4005th ASU to process for a discharge. BTRY The Ba...

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

Thursday Oct. 29 1953 list Tank H&S CO In the past week there have been a few promotions. They were M- Sgt. Howard N. Buck Sgt. Ken­ neth W. Hobbs and the following men made private first class Geo­ rge T. Die ken Emillo Perez Rob­ ert J. Salisbury Santos O. Villar- ral Henry B. Whelchel Jr. Clif­ ford Blaylock Raymond C. Couie Charles Albers Royce J. Cooper Charles F. Landrum John Nardel- li Joseph A. Ricard Richanl V. Rodrequez Felimon Montoya and Odean B. Lasater. One of the best maintenance men Cpl. John D. Getchell has been transferred to the 4005th Transfer Center for discharge. The new bright paint job in the Orderly Room was done by Sgt. Sgt. Harold C. Lanala Battalion truck master is now attending the Leadership Course at the NCO Aca­ demy. Sergeant Lanala says that he is doing fine but misses the old company. Cpl. Steve Stulic has returned this week from a 15 day leave in Brooklyn N. Y. A CO PFC Donald Mayes is enjoying a 15 day leave in Celina Ohio. Cpl. James T. Bone...

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

Page Ten Into WASHINGTON—The late Gen-jtary history and the Army's arm- eral George S. Patton Jr. whose ored forces are being honored by spectacular tank attacks in Woi-ld^ issuance of a commemorative War II wrote a new page in mili-! stamp. NO CHANGE Between Contact Killeen Agent for full details! yr~* WMflLU. r- H0NORINS SEN. GEORGE S PATTON. Jo THE LATE GENERAL George S. Patton Jr. who wrote a new chapter in military history with lightning armored thrusts deep enemy territory during World War AIR CONDITIONED COACHES TO ABILENE CHARTER SERVICE Chartered bases available from Fort Hood to any point In Hie United States. t&rw* Coach Jiiaea 300 Ave. Killeen Phone 471 or 10043 More Music lor Less Money led Mai vx««• Victrola 45 "Vtdwfe" 45 Automatic Phonograph Here's a complete RCA Victor "45" phonogroph. Its small size makes easy to carry and modern styling lends smart­ ness to your home. "Golden Throat" tone system. It's priced ot only «c Model 45EY2. "Vietrofa" 45 Automatic Reco...

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

Thursday Oct. 29 1953 legal Directory A-1 TOM A. CAR1ILE Attorney at Lw Ratliff Bldg. Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Killeen NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST FOUND B-8 LOST—LARGE BLACK MALE COLLIE— white and tan markings. Name Caesar. Call Lieutenant M. E. Rigney 3264. RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED C-l FOR RENT TO COUPLE FURNISHED apartment throe rooms and bath wivh garage. 1806 Main Gatesville phone 449. MARLBORO HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS INC 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 57.50 Unfurnished 62.50 Stove & Refrigerator 72.50 Completely Furnished Each Apartment has Attic Fan and Wall Furnace I TWO BEDROOM 67.50 Unfurnished 72.50 Stove & Refrigerator 87.50 Completely Furnished School Under Construction AN F.H.A. GOVT. APPROVED COLORED DEVELOPMENT Open 7 Days Weekly See or Call 472 4 Rental Office Hwy. 190 Killeen FREE RENT Highway Terrace APARTMENTS BELTON Furnished & Unfurnished 2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. Central Heating Hardwood Floo...

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

Page Twelve Korean Vets Rate New Old Weapons FORT BENNING Ga. U. S. |ies from stealing my heavies." Army infantrymen who fought the] The Army 60-millimeter mor- Communist armies in Korea to a lar designed to give close-in standstill and stopped all six of the Red's major offensives short of their goals are convinced that their weapons are the best in the world. A study by the infantry school here disclosed that veterans of the war in Korea were unanimous in their praise of all basic infanti„. weapons with exception of the .30- caliber carbine. From Korea have come reports that some of our weapons weie ineffective. This was true during the early days of the war when most of the weapons were recon­ ditioned World War II guns. But this situation was corrected quick­ ly as new weapons were sped to combat forces. Most criticized was the .30-cali- ber carbine. It was sensitive to heat cold and dirt. Originally it had been designed as a semi-auto­ matic weapon to replace the .45- caliber p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 November 1953

VOL. 1 No. 43 Sag IBv a More than 1400 pounds of cloth­ ing donated by military and civilian personnel at Fort Hood will make the cold winter months a little more bearable in the tiny village of Posan.ni Korea it was learned here this week. The clothing which was distri­ buted in the I Corps sector by Lt. Gen. Bruce C. Clarke command­ ing general of Corps (Group) and formerly commander of Fort Hood and the 1st Armored Division was collected during a spring Ko­ rean Clothing Drive at Fort Hood. '53 Chest Drive Overshoots Goal VFort Hood personnel smashed lid off of the 1953 Fort Hood est Drive goal this week with a total of $52379.00 already contribu­ ted to the Fund with every indica­ tion that several thousand dollars more will be 'tallied in the waning days of the campaign. The total of $52379.00 was reach­ ed from figures compiled up to 12 o'clock Monday November 2. The quota set for Fort Hood in the '53 Chest Drive was $50000.00. As the drive heads into the last days units are c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 November 1953

Page Two S' sx. Letters from the commanding generals of the Fourth Army and of Fort Hood and the 1st Armor­ ed Division praising military per­ sonnel of this installation for their part in the recent dedication of the Falcon Dam on the Rio Gran­ de River were received last week by the commanders of the units concerned. In a letter to all personnel of assigned and attached units Gen­ eral Biddle said "the mission was performed to my great satisfac­ tion and in a manner which eli­ cited favorable comment from our Army Commander and from others in positions of authority or responsibility." His letter continued "marked credit was reflected upon the units which participated and upon the 1st Armored Division as a whole. "As commanding general I am proud to congrautlate all concern­ ed on this achievement and to commend them upon a duty most creditably performed." Lt. Gen. I. D. White Fourth Army commander in a letter of commendation to Col. Roy W. Cole Jr. CCB commander who was in charge ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 November 1953

Thursday Nov. 5 1953 jmtN1ORTH THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Foods Thursday November No. 1—"Kiss Me Kate" Kathryn Grayson Howard Keel. No. 3—"It Came From Outer Space" Richard Carlson. No. 4—"Man In The Saddle" Randolph Scott. No. 5—"Key Largo" Universal Newsreel. NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Ping Pong Tourney. BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Organ Melodies—Domino Games. 162nd SERVICE CLUB—Drama Class. No. 1—"Man In The Saddle" Randolph Scott. No. 3—"Jennifer" Ida Lupino Howard Duff. No. 4—"Tumbleweed" Audie Murphy Lori Nelson. No. 5—"Kiss Me Kate" Kathryn Grayson Howard Keel. NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Talent Scout Nite. BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Table Games. 162nd SERVICE CLUB—Bridge and Popcorn Party. Valerios Italian Restaurant SPECIALIZING IN: PIZZA PIE SALADS Open Dolly 12 'HI 10 p.m. Closed Mondays TEMPLE TEXAS 1712 N. 3rd Phono 3-6226 5 riday November 6 No. 1—"Kiss Me Kate" Kathryn Grayson Howard Keel. No. 3—"Sea Of Lost Ships" John Derek Wanda Hendrix. No. 4—"Jack Slade" Mark Stevens Dorothy Malone....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 November 1953

Page Four 123 AOB HQ DET Charles J. Hess Edward Lar- sen William R. Larson and Ed­ ward C. Suttle were promoted to the rank of sergeant this week. Returning from a 15 day leave was PFC Bobby C. Lyman. Joining the company this week were Capt. Robert L. Scott. Cpl. Billy R. Lusk and Pvt. Harvey Forrester Jr. A CO SFC Jimmy Bonaparte joined this unit from the 100th Tk Bn this week. Sgt. Jasper Current has receiv­ ed orders for shipment to EUCOM. He will take a 30 day leave be­ fore reporting. PFC Robert L. Saur has return­ ed from school at Aberdeen Md. Cpl. Bill Rowley PFC Marvin W. Craddock and PFC Edward R. Nadosky have returned from Falcon Dam. CO Lt. Edward W. Anderson WOJG Lafayette G. Pool Cpl. Orville F. Kluver Cpl. Raymond L. An­ derson and Cpl. Marion D. Gor­ don were added to the company roster this week. George C. Mumma Jr. first ser­ geant was promoted to master sergeant this week. PFC Herbert C. Dewulf left Fri­ day to attend the Ordnance School at Aberdeen Md. Privates P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 November 1953

Thursday Nor. 5 1953 81st Recon. Bn. MED DET Pvt. Lofton Palmer a former member of this detachment re­ joined this week. SFC Ralph McCowan left for the 4005th this week to be discharged. The detachment is losing five men for overseas duty: PFC O. Anthony and Privates Clinton Herriott Kirby Melton Ji* nior Mann and Ashton Lawton will be leaving soon. HQ CO The mess hall has three new faces this week. SFC Charlie John ston is the new mess sergeant and Privates Carl Garganeous and Jim Dimftri are new cooks. When SFC Vincent J. Mitchell returns from leave he will be­ come the new motor sergeant. Lt. Troy L. Prater has trans­ ferred to the 4005th for discharge. Corporals Lou Fortino and Bob Kehl have transferred to Co. The first platoon barrack lost two of its liveliest wires when the Louisville "Colonels" Corpor­ als Robert Wolf and Frank Griffo processed for separation this week. Cpl. Donald N. Klaus joined them at the transfer center. Robert "Football King" May- field was promoted to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 November 1953

First League Loss Dealt To Tankers The speedy grid Comets of Brooke Army Medical Center drove for a touchdown in the opening moments of play capitalized on a Tanker fumble for a second period counter and then intercepted a Hood pass to pave the way for another in the fourth quarter and a 20 to 6 decis­ ion over the Crippled Hood eleven at Prichard Field Saturday night. The loss was the first for the Tankers in Fourth Army circles and it was the second win for the invaders who defeated Camp Polk earlier this month. But coach Jim Lansford and his men need make no apologies for the loss. Playing on a slippery turf and with no less than eight of the reg­ ular starters on the sidelines for most of the game the Hoodmen launched a powerful attack in marching 83 yards for their score early in the third period and on two other occasions mustered ser­ ious scoring threats. The Hood passing attack with Leo Brown at the helm in the ab­ sence of Bobby Flippen who saw no action and John Costello ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 November 1953

Thursday Nov. 5 1953 L: & »•*. srh/ HQ BTRY Maj. Norman L. Weir a recent Korean returnee is replacing Maj. Lawrence Kelley who left the unit this week. The following men will leave shortly for overseas tours of duty: Sgt. Roy M. Moore M-Sgt. Harold M. Ecktman SFC Lionel B. Alex SFC John R. Olexy Sgt. Chester C. Whitfield Cpl. Charles E. Litchle Cpl. Paul R. Minetti PFC Francis E. Wolfe. PFC Rob­ ert E. Stanovack Pvt. Jack C. Walker and Pvt. Thomas E. Ed­ wards. A BTRY SFC Ernest Shawson is being separated from the Army this week On overseas levy are Privates Samuel Morse and Leonard Elrod. BTRY Privates Charles H. Stevenson ind John E. Willman are in the hospital this week. week were Sgt. Joseph R. Broui- lard and Cpl. Ambrose Goodwin. Pvt. Ferrel L. Cleeton left for the Artillery School at Fort Sill and Pvt. Bernhard H. Beitel will attend the Motor School at Camp Chaffee. BTRY Sgt. Earle M. Gose was transferred to the 4005th to pro­ cess for retirement Following se­ paration fr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 November 1953

Page Eight 504 Sig. Bn. BN HQS Sgt. Sampy H. Wall joined!1 Il™ sonnel sergeant with Corporal|»^.™tt« Lord switching to C&A. The Battalion Touch Football team accepted the challenge of Qerk Hq. Co.. 505th Signal Group and coasted to an easy 26 0 triumph scoring only in the opening haif. Team Capt. Leonard P. Spada- fino 526th Sig. Co. collided with Sgt. Harold A. Huffman of Group both men requiring stitches. An­ other casualty of the game was the 504th's Cow Bell. Wags from Group intent upon silence prevail­ ing removed the clapper from the bell. Lacking the motivation inspired by their bell which loud­ ly proclaims first downs kick- offs and intercepted passes the team was held to the meager score. Members of the 504th are split on whether to recover the bell. Some say the silence was refresh­ ing. 526th SIG CO Lt. Donald R. Wooley and CWO Chester C. Kerstein were assigned PFC Riley E. Cantrell now in the hospital was assigned to the unit as a cook. Pvt. James K. Hess after comp...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 November 1953

.Thursday Nov. 5 1953 SEU Legal Directory TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at JL*tw Ratliff Bids Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Killeen NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bids:. Killeen Ph. 1861 ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST. FOUND B-8 LOST—LARGE BLACK MALE COLLIE— white and tan markings. Name Caesar. Call Lieutenant M. E. Rigney 3264. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-l MARLBORO HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS INC 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 57.50 Unfurnished 62.50 Stove & Refrigerator 72.50 Completely Furnished Each Apartment has Attic Fan and Wall Furnace TWO BEDROOM 67.50 Unfurnished 72.50 Stove & Refrigerator 87.50 Completely Furnished School Under Construction AN F.H.A. GOVT. APPROVED COLORED DEVELOPMENT Open 7 Days Weekly See or Call Rental Office Hwy. 190 Killeen Classified Ads accomplish your selllni Job for you at little cost. REAR RANK "This pass is only good for six hours soldier!" KILLEEN r$VYfTl RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED C.1 FOR RENT TO COUPLE FURNISHED apartment three rooms and bath ...

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