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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 October 1954

Page Sixteen NOW TME IS THE TO BUY! mmrntm. AS LITTLE AS DOWN WILL DELIVER mrnM: OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK THE AROMERED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS nv\ -V ••'-A ft-"' fX'/i /'/WW' PERSONNEL ED CANTRELL MOTOR BELTON TEXAS Authorized Dealer Today Your Favorite Color Is Here -Tomorrow It May Be Sold! WE FINANCE ALL MILITARY Ne Delay-We Deliver Today! IF YOU WANT A "HISTORY-MAKING" DEAL SEE ED CANTRELL IN BELTON NOW! Compare! TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED LOWER FINANCE RATES YOU STILL HAVE A CHOICE yes Ed Cantrell can still give you a choice of colors and body styles in a 1954 DON'T WAIT FORD We sell New Officers On NO DOWN PAYMENT BASIS ^1 Thursday Oct. 21 1951 t&Kl 121 North Main Phone 61 P*P fM lllllllil A Hv-S ft mm- ifep CO

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

Vol. 8 No. 43 W \T .. y- *•*$} - o^|r "^s S u&O. v\\ f\-^ 1111 aessed %t Two battle-ready combat pla­ toons from the 1st Armored Divi­ sion recently gained the division's lop score during the running of the live-fire Tank Infantry Combat Course on the reservation. Competing against 47 tank pla­ toons and 47 infantry platoons in the past six weeks the third pla­ toon of A Co. 100th Tk. Bn. and the third platoon of Co. 701st AIB together outfired out-maneuvered High Contributors Tell How It's Done Units of the 1st Armored Division leading in per capita contributions to the 1954 Chest Fund Campaign re convinced their success thus ir is no accident. M-Sgt. Walter L. White Madera Calif. of A Btry. 27th AFA one of' the top contributing units in the "Old Ironsides" Artillery put it this way: "When the drive was first an­ nounced all of us just got together in the battery dayroom and talked the whole matter over. It wasn't hard for any of us to agree that collectively there was a lot we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

Page Two PERIPATETING CURTAILED When this department of the SENTINEL was launched five months ago it was the origina­ to id a ha he a should do a lot of roving about to see what was going on at Post installations and to record his ob­ servations in clear and simple prose which even editorial writers adjutants of infantry and librari­ ans might readily comprehend. (Lest we give offense let us ex­ plain at once that our closest friend is an editorial wx-iter one of our daughters is married tr a former adjutant and the other one is a li­ brarian). But we have learned that con­ tinuous roving is not always pos­ sible. Here at Ft. Hood we have a HI Corps Chief of Staff Briga­ dier General Paul Johnson who seems to have been endowed by his Creator with a pretty gift for seeing to it that all members of his staff perform not only an hon­ est day's work every day but some­ times a great deal more. For the past two weeks he has been break­ ing our back with "in addition to your other duties"...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

Thursday Oct. 28 1954^ Carnival Dance THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Variety Show Finals Hayden Thursday October 28 No. 1—"Walking My Baby Back Home" Donald O'Conner and Janet Leigh. No. 2—"The Lawless Rider" Johnny Carpenter and Frankie Darro No. 3—"The Black Knight" Alan Ladd and Patricia Medina No. 4—"His Majesty O'Keefe" Burt Lancaster and Joan Rice No. 5—"Angels One Five" Jack Hawkins and Michael Denison ACADEMIC DRIVE—Ping Pong Tourney Dance Class and 4th AD 162nd STREET—Name That Tune BRIGADE—Shuffleboard Art Class and Travel Films NORTH FOR HOOD—Shuffleboard Tournament NCO CLUB—NCO Wives Club Game Day Friday October 29 No. 1—"The Unholy Four" Paulette Goddard No. 2—"Down Three Dark Streets" Broderick Crawford and Ruth Roman No. 3—"The Black Knight" Alan Ladd and Patricia Medina No. 4—"Shield for Murder" Edmond O'Brien and Maria Engish No. 5—"White Witch Doctor" Robert Mitchum and Susan Hayward ACADEMIC DRIVE—Jam Session and Song Fest 162nd STREET—The Wax Museum Shadow Play and Talen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

Page Four 122 East 42nd Street I'obUshen in the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood._ Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. statements reflectei in the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and under no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of thp Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by tne Department of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel rort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Advertisinc copy 6honld be sent to: Business It is not generally known but actually only one-tenth of the earth surface has been surveyed. The UN Cartographic office has taken on the enormous task of re-charting the entire world for much of the in­ formation which exists today is scant vague and inaccurate. Soon after its organization the UN establi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

Thursday Oct. 28 1954 1)011 GAS SNAPPED AS THEY LEFT the West 37th St. Chapel after their wedding last Saturday morning are Lt. Joseph li. Gerondale and his bride the former Miss La Verne De Bauche of Suamics Wis. Ush­ ers forming an arch of crossed sabers for the newly weds are left side front to rear: J^t. Leonard Keller Lt. George S. Hare Lt. Otto D. Fischabe and Captain Van Court Wilkins. Right side front to rear Lt. George K. Marshall Lt. Warren T. Burt Jr. Lt. Clarence G. Hardigree Jr. and Lt. James L. Jernigan. All are assigned to the 512th AIB of the Fourth Armored Division. Lieutenant Georondale is a platoon leader in the battalion. The ceremony was performed by Chaplain (Major) William S. Staudt. After a wedding trip in Galveston the couple will make their home in Belton. (U.S. Army Photo by Heideman). Regular 23.9 25.9 All Standard Brands of Oil Sold Hen We Wash and Grease to Please Phone 139B3—We pick op and return your car GOODE OIL CO. Killeen's Newest & Finest Ser...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

Page Six McCauley Hits Par Dirt Twice a a a made a hobby of ruining opposing lines this season did it again last Saturday night in Lubbock. The Wealherford sledgehammer scored two last half touchdowns to lead the Fort Hood Tankers to a thrilling 25 to 19 win over Texas Tech's Picadors. The young collegians considered the finest junior varsity team in Tech's history battled the Tank­ ers on even terms for two quar­ ters but wilted in th last half. It was the old reliable McCaul­ ey that was the destroyer. Mac picked up 189 yards rushing in 20 carries and scooted 56 yards in a third-period TD. The 300ft fans that watched the contest in Jones stadium saw more than McCauley too. A host of fine Picador backs drilled holes in Hood's defense to the tune of 304 yards rushing. It was the most lenient the Tankers have been in that respect this season. In addition to McCauley quar­ terback Eddie Crowder played his best game to date. Eddie com­ pleted 9 of 16 passes for 10 yards faked brilliant...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

Thursday Oct. 28 1954 The Bliss netmen were rocked for their first defeat of the tour­ ney when Sandia Base put the final matches on even terms with scores of 12-10 6-14 and 12-8. The Guid­ ed Missle Center rallied in the de­ ciding match by winning the de­ ciding set 1-16. Sandia Base had won the previous set with com­ parative ease 15-3. The opening set was typical of the competition with Bliss winning at 1-9. Bliss Baptism The Bliss volleyball team got its baptism in battle by whipping White Sands Proving Grounds 15-7 and 15-10. Bliss then victimized the Red River Arsenal 15-3 and 15-3. William Beaumont Army hospi­ tal was next to fall with ease at 15-3 and 13-7. The Falcons knocked off a favored Fort Sill team in straight sets to move into the com­ manding lead of the tourney. Sill was considered the team to beat on the strength of their close win over Sandia Base. Fort Bliss then met the Sandia team in the finals. Sandia Base won the first set 12-10 lost the second 14-6 and the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

Page Eight Pat Views The Game By PAT MALLEY Tanker Coach BACON BACON I can honestly say one thing after our game with Texas Tech Picadors last week. In the next few seasons those kids are going to make Tech's varsity plenty tough. It was probably the best junior varsity team I've ever seen in action. Coach Johnny Thompson at Tech had a great array of backs. It seemed like a different backfield was in there every time I looked out on the field. It would be hard to mention individuals—they all de­ served recognition. They were well drilled well coached and in excellent physical con­ dition. I liked the way they blocked and tackled. And they hustled at all times. Crowder McCauley Played Outstanding Ball As for the Tankers we moved the ball well on offense. Eddie Crowder played his best game and Dune McCauley ran in his usual ex­ cellent form. I was delighted to see our passing attack finally function. Our ground game was bottled up in the first half but picked up nicely in the last two...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

Thursday Oct. 28 1954 From 16-22 October PAR. 2. CATKGORV "A" DIVISIONAL AM) NON-D1 VISIONAL UNITS Organization l'er Capita Mcrt Det 4th Tk Bn 6.278 Med Dot. 7(Hth Tk Bn 4.837 Med Det 35th Tk Bn 4.444 Med Det Sloth AIB a.arw Med Det 508th Tk Bn 3.333 Med Det 16th AEB 3.000 Med Det 13th Tk Bn 2.167 Med Det 25th Recon Bn 2.000 Med Det 512lh AIB 1.143 Med Det 1st Tk Bn 1.000 47th Orel Det 0.000 Meri Det 24th A Engr Bn NR. 67th AAA Det (RCAT) 0.000 45th Old Det o.uoo 3d APU NR 542d Engr SLT NR Med Det 1st: AD NR Med Det 100th Tk Bn NR Med Det 123d A Ord Bn NR Med Det 1st A QM Bn NR Med Det 4th AD NR Med Det 126th A Ord Bn NR Med Det 37th Tk Bn NR Med Det 553d AIB NR FAR. 3. CATEGORV III CgRPS NON-DIVISION". VI. AND 1ST ARMORED DIVISION UNITS Organization Per Capita instil FDS 6.423 Hq Co III Corps 4.225 43d MP Det (CI 4.194 Med Det 25th AIB 3.869 Hq & Sv Co 1st Trans & Sup Bn ... .2.88.1 Med Det 702d AIB 2.509 Med Det 81st Recon Bn 2.190 501st Repl Co 2.167 Hq & Hq Btry III ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

Page Ten October Issue FORT BENNING Ga.—A flexi­ ble mind capable of altering tac­ tical plans as new battlefield situa­ tions arise is essential for the modern infantry Commander ac­ cording to Maj.Gen. Orlando Ward (Ret.) in the October issue of "The Infantry School Quarterly." General Ward says that training in "flexibility of mind" should be emphasized at all echelons of com­ mand. He brings out the import­ ance of this concept by pointing to military history. Distinguished Marksman Every rifleman should be inter­ ested in "How to Become a Dis­ tinguished Marksman" by Lt. Col. Ellis Lea. A distinguished marks­ man himself Colonel Lea doesn't give a magic formula for good shooting but rather stresses good shooting habits. Unit fund administration is cov­ ered in detail in a question-and- answer article by Capt. Delmar A. Pugh. Complete with examples of statements and vouchers this report should be of great interest to past present and—or potential unit fund administrators. GM Ang...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

[Thursday Oct. 28 1954 RICHMOND Va. (AFPS)—Army Secretary Robert T. Stevens says a legislative program is being pre­ pared for Congress which will in­ clude an eight percent pay raise for all military personnel. In a speech to the Jewish War Veterans annual convention here Mr. Stevens gave this as the first of several items which will be requested when Congress convenes in January. Other ^Proposals Other legislative proposals which he said would be submitted then include a comprehensive revision of survivor benefits more reliable medical care for dependents and allowances for permanent changes 1 OPEN TILL OPEN MIDNITE SUNDAYS HITCHING POST LOANS ZTS LOANS IS3 KtHMom legislation To Raise Pay Eight Percent of station by service families In addtion to Secretary Stevens' eight percent proposal a report of the Defense Department's special pay study committee is expected to be announced in the latter part of October. The committee was set up about a month ago. A service career should be m...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

Page Twelve WASHINGTON (AFPS) The Army has announced the forma­ tion of a new Continental Army Command to be responsible for both the ground defenses of the U.S. and the training of field units. Its headquarters is expected to be at Ft. Monroe Va. present home of the Army Field Forces whose functions it will absorb. Gen. John E. Dahlquist USA Chief Of Army Field Forces has been named CG of the new com­ mand which will be established 3 Great Sleeping Bags 3 GREAT BARGAINS Famous COMFY Quality BARGAIN NO. 1 High Road Jr. BARGAIN NO. 2 High Road BARGAIN NO. Summit COMFY Quality—Recognized since 1915 by outdoorsmen all over the world. Get Positive Protection—Ask For COMFY Continental Army To Accept Defense Training Obligation soon. He. will command and direct the training and operations of the six continental U.S. Armies and the Military District of Washing­ ton. Group Type Headquarters The new command will be an Army group-type headquarters primarily concerned with training and tactica...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

Thursday Oct. 28 1954 -•Wit v.. V--^ i-w -.-• ).•' •J .• $ v^-s Open Evenings I PERSONNEL WELCOME (jJsL J8jaiWlSL S A'vs CONVENIENT FINANCING 3 TOP PRICE ON TRADE-INS -^~sv\ -v mm *nS.S.SSS*li UP TO THIRTY MONTHS TO PAY SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS ARRANGED 3 ALWAYS SOLD AT LIST PRICE ... NO ADDITIONAL COST ADDED LATER ••V We Invite All Military To See Us And Let Us Arrange Your BEST DEAL *-S THE AROMERED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS mtfi&zt. BATES ix Horth of Killeen Lumber Phone 2881 FINEST SELECTION CENTRAL TEXAS t •••V' f- $••••'• v*. i" "*.. a »V y-*\K^$?-v--4.- Two New Locations BETTER USED CARS AVE. & GREY :::!'-t*wff--K* FOGLE NOW OPEN! SERVING KILLEEN AND FORT HOOD The Best In Used Cars THREE 1953 FORD TUDORS PRICED $1195. to $1395. TWO 1952 MERCURY FOUR DOOR & HARDTOP. 1953 OLDSMOBILE. 4-DOOR LIKE NEW. 1952 OLDSMOBILE 4-DOOR LIKE NEW POWER STEERING. 1951 BUICK RIVERIA LOADED WITH EXTRAS. 1951 DE SOTO FOUR DOOR LOADED $795. 1950 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR. ONE OWNER $975. 1950 DODGE. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

Page Fourteen 1st Armored's 701st By CPL. LARKY FRIEND The great fighting tradition of the United States Army's Rangers during World War II is now being carried on by the infantrymen of the 1st Armored Division who have incorporated a special "rang­ er" program into their regular in­ fantry training. During the Second World War the Rangers like the British Commandos continually harass­ ed the enemy infiltrating his lines and destroying his command posts supply points tank parks and communication centers. Though the special ranger units were discontinued by the Army aft­ er the war the combat skills they had brought to the battlefield were not forgotten. The fighting in Ko­ rea repeatedly tested the small combat patrol which usually un­ der the cover of darkness was called upon to seek out and destroy 'Ranger9 Patrols Employ Surprise In Night Attacks an enemy over irregular and un familiar terrain. At Fort Hood the four armored infantry battalions the 701st 702nd 25th and 634th and t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

Thursday Oct. 28 1954 J\len Pass Rigorous Inspections Win 'Soldiers Of The Month' "Soldiers of the Month" for Sep­ tember have been selected by the units of the 1st Armored Division. Winners of the honor were re­ quired to pass a rigorous inspec­ tion as well as a thorough check of their personal equipment. Each man was tested on his knowledge of current military sub­ jects history of the 1st Armored Division military courtesy drill and training procedures and know­ ledge of his particular job in the "Old Ironsides" Division. Letter of Appreciation A letter of appreciation from Maj. Gen. William S. Biddle Divi­ sion commander has been sent to each of the honor men. "I am proud as division com­ mander to congratulate you on your selection and to express my appreciation for the perserver- ance diligence and application to duty which have brought this hon­ or" General Biddle said. "I am confident that you will continue to maintain the high standards of performance which you have dem­ o...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

Page Sixteen 1st Armored Reunites Three Dyer Brothers For the three Dyer brothers of Brownwood the 1st Armored Di­ vision has become a family af­ fair. Arriving at Fort Hood from Army posts throughout the world the three brothers held a reunion this week when Sgt. Leroy Dyer joined brothers James and Wilburn as a member of the "Old Iron­ sides" Division. It marks the first time the three are together as members of the same fighting force. Native Texans of long standing they are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dyer of San Antonio. The brothers point with pride to Association Expands New Bulletin Issue The September-October issue of the 1st Armored Division Associa­ tion Bulletin the official Associa­ tion publication has greatly ex­ panded its special section devoted to the active division at Fort Hood. The section which has been en­ larged to give past and present members of "Old Ironsides" a closer look at their modern fight­ ing team consists principally of photographs of division ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

LEGALS mdl Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 4] 5 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SICELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law l'emple. Texas First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 3-5254 ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST & FOUND B-8 LOST: WEDDING BAND. PLAIN. Dis­ covered missing near Hood Village or 2d AAA Bn. If found please contact Mrs. G. Ecker. Apt. 169B Hood Village. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted. Male or Femole H-3 WANTED: PIANO PLAYER FOR SMALL dance band work. Call Rommie Bryan Jr. 1st Armd Div Band at 43102. MERCHANDISE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 1-1 FOR SALE: TWO I/I'I SIZE HOLLYWOOD beds with innerspring mattress( Serta) no headboards. 525.00 each. New Ricoh Flex camera model VI. Uses 120 iilrn. $25.00. 12x20 Japanese binoculars with case. S40.00. See these bargains at 1917 Poage Ave. Castle Heights Killeen. LET US SERVE YOU We rent sell or repair We will be bappy to demonstrate •ewinK machines and refrigerators at a It us sew on your stripes patches and chevrons ... Custom made ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 October 1954

Page Twenty NEW OFFICERS DOWN PAYMENT OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK There Must mi «f STOP IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF Reason!I SEE OUR STOCK OF USED CARS AND 1954 DEMONSTRATORS We can show you a real bargain in either! Hurry! THE AROMERED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS The Ford Dealer In Belton WE HAVE SOLD MORE FORDS THAN ANY OTHER BELL COUNTY DEALER DOWN DELIVERS ED CANTRELL MOTOR CO BELTON TEXAS Authorized Dealer Ed Cantrell FIBST BELL COUNTY we still have several 1954 Fords in slock! MAKE YOUR BEST DEAL NOW STOP IN AND COMPARE PRICES 121 North Main Phone 61 Thursday Oct. 28 1954

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

Vol. 8 No. 44 A III Corps parade will be held on Veterans Day November 11 at 9:30 a.m. on the main parade ground it was announced this week by Corps Headquartei's. The public is cordially invited to attend this observance of the Veterans Day holiday on the post. Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold III Corps commander will be re­ viewing ofifcer. Brig. Gen. John P. Daley III Corps Artillery com­ mander will serve as commander of troops. One combat command from each of the Armored Divisions will participate along with the 35th Engr. Gp. (Const.) and the 336th Quartermaster Bn. The colors and standards of all units including battalions will be massed. The 4th A.D. band under the direction of CWO Andrew Stumpf will provide the music for the parade. Col. Rogers Takes Command Position Colonel Glenn F. Rogers assum­ ed command of the First Armored Division's Support Command this week. He assumed the command from Lt. Col. Frank M. Muller who is now executive officer of Support Command. Colonel Roge...

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