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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 February 1953

Ifcsc-. Thursday February 12* 1953 Sunshine BAKERITE Gladiola Gladiola Gladiola Pancake AVOCADOS BANANAS IDAHO POTATOES 2 B&W RAINBOW PREMIUM COFFEE TIDE Gladiola (Baking Powder and Biscuit Free) FLOUR su. 39c CAKE MIX EACH 10 I CARTON TOMATOES 25c Ctns. Folger's 1 Lb. CRACKERS Shortening LBS. AdamsBEr£ MEALS 45c FLOUR 4.0.29c JAOAH Jjuuit& £r OaqsdabtsiA 35c iimm. FREE! FREE! A Lollypop For Each Child coming into our Store This Week End. B&W RAINBOW PREMIUM STAMPS BAMA APPLE JELLY BALLARD -v \t THE ARMORED SENTINEL /&• BISCUITS 2190 TONI HOME PERMANENT REFIL R«si.IO 99( DUNONI80 COUNT NAPKINS 2™ 25* VELVEETA 2- 890 FAIRWAY PARK Service Station RANCIER LAUNDROMAT Rancier Ave. Pet MILK Tall Cans Armour's Pure LARD Lbs. 1 THERE'S A "POT O' GOLD" AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW FOR EVERYONE! Redemption Center Located At Mininrax Nationally Advertised Premiums Over a thousand redeemable premiums ... all on display in Minimax Redeem as few as 16 individual stamps for a premium....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 February 1953

Page Fourteen Simple Rules Keep 'Em Going If you want the best service from your automobile for the least money take a tip from the Army's Ordnance Corps. Ordnance responsible for main­ tenance of all Army vehicles de­ voted years of research and ex­ perience to the simple rules used to keep those vehicles running. Here is what they suggest to keep the family car in the best shape: LOOK IT OVER The Army driver has a check list on the back of his daily oper­ ational record or "trip ticket" which requires "before-operation" "during operation" and "after- operation" checks. By making PRIVATE STUFF |f COMPLAIN rs| Want Your Auto To Last? Take Tip From Ordnance these same checks you can cut down possible accidents and re­ pair bills. Before you start on a trip check the gasoline oil and water and the tires. Tires should be kept at the pressure recommend­ ed by the manufacturer. Tire pressure always should be check­ ed before a trip because driving heats the air in the tire causing it to ...

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

Thursday February 12 1953 LEGAL DIRECTORY Legal Directory A-1 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attoniey at Law Bradley Bids. Killeen Ph. 186 J. W. THOMAS Attorney Belton. Texas Phone 533 TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratliff Bldg. Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Killeen ANNOUNCEMENTS PINING DANCING. AMUSE. B-7 WOULD LIKE TO CONTACT SMALL OR- chestra. Phone. Temple 3-9824. PERSONALS B-9 HAVING. TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK- ing problems? For help write Alcoholics Anonymous Killeen P.O. Box 607. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-1 NEW RENTALS WANDA PARK APARTMENTS LOW RENT Stove & Refrigerator Included 1-Bedroo $65. 2-Bedroo $75. 3-Bedroo $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 1 KILLEEN HOUSING CORP. CLOUD CONST. AGENTS Box 248. Killeen BEAUTIFUL NEW I WANDA PARK UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS Now Available One Bedroom $65 Two Bedrooms $75 Three Bedrooms .... $85 STOVES AND REFRIGERATORS AVAILABLE Located E...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 February 1953

THANK THE BIG EVENT Del Monte SPINACH Reynold's REGULAR FOIL SOAP SOAP CLOROX Gladiola CORN MEAL Morion's SALAD DRESSING COFFEE Quick or Regular QUAKER OATS Peter Pan PEANUT BUTTER Pinto Dry BEANS COMET RICE Del Monte PRUNES Skinners NOODLES Chum's SALMON Van Camps I Mr. C. C. Scheffield (center) Is the lucky business man of Killeen that drove home the new Nash Station Wagon Modern Food gave away last week. On his left Cleo Bay and on the right Curtis Bay owners of Modern Food. QQ||| 0Qg§f YOU FOR A WONDERFUL ANNIVERSARY SALE! Our 2nd Anniversary Sale was a BIG success THANKS TO YOU! It is needless to say that we deeply appre­ ciate your patronage during this big event ... but we would like to say this much ... if you are one of the £Va|1gli||e Brand many new customers that were regular visitors in our store during the weeks preceding the February 2nd Anni- versary date we want to invite you to continue saving yourself money on your weekly grocery bill by SHOPPING AT MODERN FOOD REG...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 February 1953

AMONG 105 MEN DISCHARGED in one day last week at the 4005th Separation Center in the largest single day's group since Christmas was SFC Paul E. Lockhart (left) of San Antonio. As thd remainder of the Army veterans wait their turns Lt. Ray C. Clark of the Separation Center congratulates SFC Lockhart and holds the stack of official records of the other men. (Photo by Lingel.) Leaving Military One-Day Total Of 105 At Separation Center The largest single day's total of men separated from the Army lince Christmas was tallied last lursday at the 4005th Separation !!entef~""asr "105 "veterans went through their final processing to civilian life. Keeping to his word that the separatees would be processed and out of the center within 72 hours of their arrival Lt. Col Alexander Welcher CO of the Separation Center saw most of the men ar­ rive early last Tuesday morning while a few had arrived Monday. All of them had completed their processing by mid-Thursday af­ ternoon. With sunny skies and w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 February 1953

Page Two My (NFH-PIO)—Soldiers of Reserve Command North Fort Hood are receiving the most practical train­ ing there is. Nearly all of the cadre and instructors are well seasoned Korean and World War veterans. In fact a recent survey shows that over 400 members of the cadre are Korean veterans alone. These men not only have the know-how of the training manual they have also been taught by one of the best teachers in the world- experience. RELIVE OLD TIMES All combat veterans like to get together and talk about their war experiences. To the person who has never seen actual combat these boasts sometimes seem ridic ulous and fantastic. To some it is accepted as a form of both advice and entertainment. MICITC MOBILE HOMES SPECIAL New 1952 Mobile Homes Completely Modern 1953 New Spartan—V4-Down 5% yearly finance—5 years to pay- Authorized Dealer for TRAVELITE 'M' SYSTEM TRAIL-ETTE HICKS TRAILER DIVISION Member T.D.N.A. Ass'n. BURNS HOLT. Mgr. 2203 at LaSaffe WACO TEX. PH. 4.4241 COMPLETE ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 February 1953

Thursday February 19 1953 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Waco—Theater: Thursday February 19 No. 1—"Battle Circus" Humphrey Bogart. No. 3—"Ma & Pa Kettle On Vacation" Marjorie Main. No. 5—"Confidentially Connie" Van Johnson. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB^Pool Ping Pong Canasta. NORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Brotherhood Week Program. HOSPITAL LIBRARY—Hobby Show (through Feb. 21) Friday9 February 20 Wo. 1—"Battle Circus" Humphrey Bogart. No. 3—"She's Back On Broadway" Virginia Mayo. No. 5—"I Confess" Montgomery Clift. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Organ Musical Moments. NORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Card Instructions. K. B. OFFICERS MESS—8 p.m. Cash Prize Games. Saturday February 21 No. 1—"Ma & Pa Kettle On Vacation" Marjorie Main. No. 3—"Fort Apache" John Wayne. No. 5—"Prince of Pirates" John Derek. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Combo Rehearsal Prize Games. NORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Canasta Party Stunt Night. K. B. OFFICERS MESS—9 P.M. Semi-Formal Dance Mello Men. Sunday February 22 No. 1—"She's Back On...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 February 1953

Page Four ioo paei 49nri Strppt "A 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. Tolicies and statements reflected In the news and editorial colunms represent views of the individual writers *nd under no cir­ cumstances are to be considered those of the United States Army Advertisements in this publication do not constitute nn endorsement by the Department of Defense of toe products or services advertised. AH news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office 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 AM Staff supervision under authority SR 355-20-3. 1951 as exercised by Troop Information and Education Office. Fort Hood. Texas. Officer-in-Charge» 2nd £t. Joe M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 February 1953

Thursday February 19 1953 4Walker A&b -T Korean Vet Instructors (CCB-PIO)—To familiarize per­ sonnel at Fort Hood with the over­ all aspects of the new land mine warfare doctrine both U. S. and foreign type the Tactics Commit­ tee CC "B" has added Mine War­ fare Indoctrination to its scope of CORRECT COLOR FOR SERVICE SHOES— BARTON'S SAFETY OIL DYE [Cordovan or Black No streaking iSoftens leather (Safe easy tM#0V*NHOWNl SAfETY OIL dye Ask for it... Your PX has iti By .Makers of Famous hYAW^UlKlf STAIN POLISH Nearest Point to Fort Hood Contact your Belton Greyhound agent for Special Buses to St. Louis Memphis and other points east. Special buses can be made up for 37 or more men. All Express Buses Stop in Beltor. Rest and Lunch Stop E BUS STATION CRASHING OVER THE COUNTRYSIDE on the Fort Hood reservation is the Army's new M-47 medium tank a modern dreadnaught of high speed and firepower. With improved fire-control sys­ tem and electro-hydraulic turret the M-47 mounts a 90-mm gun ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 February 1953

After Winning First 2 Rounds Over 9000 Texas fight fans fill­ ing Fort Worth's Will Rogers Memorial Colosseum last Monday night saw the last member of Fort Hood's four man boxing team be eliminated in the semi-finals of the 1953 Texas Golden Gloves tournament. Fred "Kid" Coca Post feather weight hopeful was the only man to advance as far as the semi­ finals. After leading for two rounds over Johnny Gaitan of Austin Coca sustained a slight cut over his right eye. Referee J. D. Kit­ chen considered the injury serious enough to call a halt to the pro­ ceedings awarding the bout to Gaitan. Examination of the judges scorecards showed that Coca was ahead on points. In the first round both boys stood in the center of the ring throwing an assortment of punches. Gaitans best blow was a long left hook while Coca landed repeatedly with left and right com­ binations to Gaitan's head. The second session saw Coca change his attack shooting for Gaitan's body in an attempt to make him drop his guar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 February 1953

Thursday February 19 1953 The scoreboard read 67-66. That's the final score of the 501st MPs 2nd AAA game that meant so much to the Artillerymen. If they lost they'd be out of the run­ ning for the post basketball title. They didn't lose. In the most thrilling game of the season that went into a five minute overtime after a 59-59 tie the Redlegs fought back from a three point deficit and handed the league-leading MPs their second loss of the season. It was a nip and tuck game all the way with the 2nd taking a 32-27 lead at the end of the first half. Andy Anderson lead the team at that point with 14 points as he hit with hooks jumps and set shots. After employing a man-to-man V"v 7 itqgfo Jb wk JOE DEAN A BASKETBALL scholar and Willie Seaton right a showman compare strategy in front of the net at the North Fort FHood Field House. Dean a former All American from L.S.U. is destined to do most of the floor generating in the All Star Game. Seaton who took lessons from the famous Goose Ta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 February 1953

Page Eight VALENTINE PARTY The eighth grade held a Valen­ tine luncheon in the library Feb­ ruary 13 with the theme "Service to Others." Don Love president of the class was master of ceremonies and stu­ dents appearing on the program in­ cluded Ethel Mack. Wanda Burle­ son Bill Reagan James Casey and Linda Gerron. Guests of honor at the luncheon were Mr. Jones Mr. Culwell and Mr. Little. Distribution of Valentines sing­ ing and games were enjoyed after the luncheon. FILM SERVICE rental allowance. Venetian Blinds Venetian Blinds Two units of vented heat in each apartment. Free garbage pickup and Fort Hood School SENIOR LUNCHEON The traditional Valentine day luncheon held by the senior class in the Homemaking building was one of the most enjoyable occas­ ions of the senior activities to date. The seniors and their guests en­ joyed a skit by Parry Reynolds Shirley Lovorn Barbara Doan and Leo Guibault. A Valentine box made by Daisy Marie Cook brought back memories of earlier days. Rose ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 February 1953

Thursday February 19 1953 Kraft Velveefa California Iceberg LEnUCE 8e California Pascal CELERY Firm Green Large Crisp Stalk Ripe For Slicing TOMATOES.. 176 CABBAGE Snow Crop Orange Chuck Blade inPiiciywiGGp Hormel's Midwest Blue Circle PEAS McCormick's Black PEPPER Headstart Green Giant CORN 100 303 Can 290 U-Oz. Can DOG FOOD 5e 303 Can Lb. Box a re in saving S & Green Stamps too given by fine stores all over the nation good wherever you go and they never expire. Redeem them by mail or at S&H Merchandise stores in most major cities. Waldorff THE ARMORED SENTINEL iTloptete NEUHOFF PICNIC nssuE Del Monte Pineapple JUICE 46 Oz. Can Bottle Carton COLA vv--fM«sENa4- '.V? V\fjM^ FOODS AT SPAKE BBS-3* Deposit WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES AND REFUSE SALE TO DEALERS Palm Valley Tomato Juice Spam Bayer's Aspirin 1 Page Nine 23c 46 Ox. Can Hormel's 39c 12 Oz. Can ReB«e All-Sweet Oleo 7V2C 19c Quarters M)

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 February 1953

Page Ten HQ. BTRY. By Sgt. Clarence H. Collins CWO Robert F. Bledsoe is conva­ lescing in his quarters after being released from observation at the hospital. The classes that are being given on Mine Warfare Indoctrination are proving to be a big help to the men of this unit. BTRY. Pvt. Deral Young was taken ill and is now in the hospital. WOJG Dawn V. Ingle was trans­ ferred to the 81st Recon. Bn. BTRY. We welcome to the battery Lt. Rubin Wehmeyer. The men have been doing a very good job off duty as well as on duty. They have had many com­ pliments on how nice their bar­ racks are. SVC. BTRY. Off to schools are Sgt. Earl Augustine to leadership course and PFC Charles Vaughn is taking small arms repair course at the NCO Academy. SFC Raymond Radford has re­ turned from a four-week course at the NCO Academy. Lt. William Anderson has de­ parted on leave pending overseas shipment. He worked with the Ar­ tillery committee while assigned to Svc. Btry. today. ANSWER: Because We Are 4th MTB ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 February 1953

Thursday February 19 1953 Hq. Res. Comd. 14TH TRAINING CO. By Cpl. Marvin J. Serveas SFC John H. Parker has a guid­ ed tour most evenings. He is as­ sisted by PFC Miller in the ex­ planation of the more interesting sights along the way. Any who wish to attend should place their reservations early because only a limited number is allowed. HQS. 4TH TRAINING BN. By Cpl. Walter D. Mandville The 22nd and 24th Companies made some new acting NCOs at a brassard ceremony last week. 18TH TRAINING CO. By Pvt. Fred E. Ryals The 18th has a record to be proud of: an overall test average of above 93 percent with no class record of below 90 percent. 19TH TRAINING CO. Conwell Akers thrilled frequeters of the Service Club with the ever popular "For You Alone" in tenor voice. If it is talent you desire the 19th is the number to call. 20TH TRAINING CO. By M-Sgt. Benjamin Mack We have completed firing on the range with the M-l rifle and we next take up the 30 cal. machine gun. 21ST TRAINING CO. By PFC J...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 February 1953

Page Twelve THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE SHORTENING CRISCO 3 Pound Can cajG^ pHt6^»se VTift 24 Bo*^e C«se FLOUR No. 2 ACw Can ZDC 200 Size Carton KLEENEX TISSUE 2 BOXES WALDORF 2 ROLLS GOLD MEDAL 5 POUND BAG Halves Al 303 Cans Stokely's CHERRIES No. 2 Can CI LB. 0t*#e .ooort* ot*5 Z40 JUICY MEATY RIB STEAK WISCONSIN L0NGH0RN CHEESE ARMOUR'S DEXTER TRAY PACK NICE LARGE DOUBLE STAMP DAY EVERYDAY THIS WEEK WEDNESDAY TRIPLE STAMP DAY COMSTOCK HUNT'S RICE POST COLGATE PIE APPLES APRICOTS KRISPIES TOASTIES TOOTH PASTE 5* Oz. IC^ Pkg. 130 THE ARMORED SENTINEL Mies to pteaselheftriftiest Homemaker STRETCH YOUR "FOOD BUDGET DOLLAR" THESE OUTSTANDING NEW LOWER-PRICED TEXAS- RAISED FANCY VEAL VALUES LEAN FINE FLAVORED 100% PURE BEEF—FRESHLY PREPARED GROUND MEAT Lb. POTATOES FRESH FIRM ICEBERG LETTUCE CARROTS CRISP FIRM HEADS CABBAGE Pound Pound BACON Rainbow Double Stamp Day Js^jJgj Every Day This Week Wednesday Triple Stamp Day 10 POUHD BAG GIANT TIDE 690 HEADS CELLO BAG POUN...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 February 1953

Thursday February 19 1953 LEGAL DIRECTORY Legal Directory Bradley BldK. Killeen Ph. 186 J. W. THOMAS Attorney Belton. Texa* Phone 533 TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratllff Bids. Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Killeen Classified Ads accomplish your selling Job for you at little cost. ANNOUNCEMENTS DINING DANCING. AMUSE. B-7 WOULD LIKE TO CONTACT SMALL OR- chestra. Phone. Temple 3-9324. PERSONALS B-9 HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK- ing problems? For help write Alcoholics Anonymous Killeen P.O. Box 607. Liability Insurance FOR ALL Military Personnel OPEN SUNDAY For Your CONVENIENCE Insurance Rentals Real Estate Located Just Outside East Gate Mashburn & Scott Realty & Insurance PHONE 3611—5531 KILLEEN II PANTIES Wood Rose Purple Turquoise Black Regular 69c Pair Pair For RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED C-1 A-1 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 160 UNITS Furnished Unfurnished Apartments Includes Range-Refrigerator-Attic Fan If You Are Looking For Ideal Living Apartments Where Your Rent...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 February 1953

Page Fourteen All Polar Brand FROZEN FOODS Snow Crop Frozen A— I CA CARROTS Washington State Winesap MODERN FOOD Gives You ... 19 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES APPLES 2 lbs. r% IGA Easy WASHING POWDER SUGAR FLOUR Van Camp Grated TUNA Cello Bag 2 For Reg. 30c Large Box Kounty Kist Whole Kernel CORN Gebhardt 300 Size 2 290 O W I E S E E A MODERN FOODS 501 8th St. KILLEEN Phone 171 Flats TAMALES 19c Large Size 10c Coupon on Each TIDE Special Lg. Size Pack PORK & BEANS ORANGE JUICE Skinner-s SPAGHETTI Yicks Small Size VAPORUB Ipana Economy Size TOOTH PASTE Tru-Vu Large LIMA BEANS Betty Crocker CAKE MIXES Kellogg's RAISIN BRAND THE ARMORED SENTINEL 5 Lb. Bag 5 Lb. Aunt Jemima Cane Patch 19C SYRUP Cut-rite 12 Ox. IOC WAX PAPER Post TOASTIES Skinner's 25c Wr MACARONI 2 19c 2 7-0z. Box 23c IV2 Lb. Size 190 26e FOR 41c 39c 2 Lb. Bag 35c 19c 10 Oz. POTATOES SALMON IGA Large Box Grain IGA 2 2 Size 25c 125 Ft. Roll 25c 18 Oz. Box ROUND STEAK RUMP ROAST PICNICS BACON Hormel Pure P...

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

^Sentence Nine Successful Soldiers Learn Fundamentals "To: All Stouthearted Men of the 1st Armored Division. 1. During my recent visit to Korea I was particularly gratified to hear of the high regard of all to whom I spoke for men received from the 1st Armored Division. Men from this Division of "Stouthearted Men" were sought by all units due to the excellent manner in which they had learned the basic funda­ mentals of soldiering. In Korea as elsewhere it is mastering of these fundamentals that make for succeess. Among these considered of most importance in the fighting in Korea are: a. Individual and crew maintenance of' vehicles weapons and other equipment. b. Supply Economy (This is a most important and heavily stressed subject in Korea). c. Scouting and patrolling. (Nearly all actions in Korea on both sides are of this nature). d. Field fortifications. (Both sides are thoroughly dug in and the side with the best emplacements has an ad­ vantage since artillery and mortar fire is ...

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

Page Two PRE-CAMP CONFERENCE for the 75th Infantry Division's summer training was completed here last Friday and Saturday. Top officers attending the conference included Maj. Gen. Hugh M. Milton (left) executive officer for Reserve Officer's Training Corps affairs from Washington Brig. Gen. Alfred E. Kastner (center) then acting commander of the 1st Armored Division and Fort Hood and Brig. Gen. Whitfield Jack Commander of the 75th. During the conference planning was completed and officers made an inspection of training ranges at North and South Fort Hood. (U. S. Army Photo by Kriesky). Finance Corps Pays And Pays WASHINGTON (ANF) The goldiers' personal banker the Army Finance Corps often 'literally drops in on them to deliver the cash. Army paymasters travel by foot jeep rickshaw ariplane helicop­ ter ship and submarine and they even "hit the silk" to get 'em paid. The gigantic task of paying sol­ diers stationed in the United States security forces serving in Europe and the Far Eas...

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