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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

Page Two Hit Fast And Hard Maximum striking power in the attack by combined Tanks and Armored Infantry platoon of the Fourth Armored Division high­ lights current training at Fort Hood. Assaulting a group of hills and plunging through simulated enemy opposition the combined forces are put through a series of closely timed maneuvers on the Tank-In- fantry Combat Course as a final test of basic unit training. Seizing four hills with the aid of live air support and overhead ar­ tillery fire and the repelling of a counterattacking force are involved in the problem. The rumble of the Tanks' 90 millimeter gun backed by the machine guns and rifles of the infantry lend the necessary air of realism to the operation. Rated "Excellent" Platoons of the 35th Tk. Bn. and 51st AIB ran the problem during the past week with no combined team receiving less than a rating of "Excellent." "We feel all the units of the two battalions have done remark­ ably well particularly as they have been working toge...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 4 1954 rXADEMIC THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Hayden Quiz Thursday November 4 No. 1—"Shield For Murder" Edmond O'Brien and Maria English £—"Target Earth/' Richard Denning and Virginia Grey N.o 3—"Masterson of Kansas" George Montgomery and Nancy Gates No. 4—"Trouble Along The Way" John Wayne Donna Reed and Charles Coburn No. 5—"His Majesty O'Keefe" Burt Lancaster and Joan Rice ACADEMIC DRIVE—Shuffleboard Tourney and Dance Class 162nd STREET—Will Rogers Party BRIGADE—Square Dance Class and Sports Quiz NORTH FORT HOOD—Football Highlights Hayden Roman Friday November 5 No. 1—"The Lavender Hill Mob" Alec Guinness and Stanley Hollo- way No. 2—"Johnny Guitar" Scott Brady Joan Crawford and Sterling No. 3—"Masterson of Kansas" George Montgomery and Nancy Gates No. 4—"Tonight's the Night" Yvonne DeCarlo David Niven and Barry Fitzgerald No. 5—"Down Three Dark Streets" Broderick Crawford and Ruth ACADEMIC DRIVE—Jam Session Song Fest and Football Parley Dance 162nd STREET—Name That Tune. ...

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

Page Four WUJJAM S- ifvi ir.ct AOrtti "strppt Soviet Aims GRAMMAR STILL SKEPTICAL I'oDUsbea In the interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. P°"c'ej statement* reflected 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 the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute '^'ATIONA?0 ADVERTISING "REPRESENTATI W. B. Bradbury Company an 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 telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed and papers are authorized to reprint non-copyrirhted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: easiness Office PtTefTee' •ubscription off post $3-00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distributi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

[Thursday Nov. 4 1954 Hood's First Lady Leads Busy Life Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold the new first lady of III Corps and Fort Hood has spent several years in Europe and the Far East with Generald Harrold but she is hap­ py to be back in Texas. "I lived in El Paso" she ex­ plained "while my husband was MRS. THOMAS L. HARROLD in Korea in 1951 so Texas is not entirely new to me." Mrs. Harrold was born in Troy New York and attended high school there. She later went to Maryland College for two years and spent two more years at Miss Volunteering to sell tickets for the United Fund were Mrs. Domo- nic Carlini Mrs. Porter Mann Mrs. William Hamaker Mrs. Clyde Harmon Mrs. Walter Franklin Mrs. Paul Arms Mrs. Howard Zigler Mrs. Ralph Thurston Mrs. Paul Dushman Mrs. Richard Winn Mrs. William Rowe Mrs. Delmar Clark Mrs. Egan Mar­ tins Mrs. Thomas Muston and Mrs. Ernest Filyaw. Games were supervised by Mrs. Jack Williams. Visitors were Mrs. Donald Owen Mrs. Richard Wells Mrs. Cecil Dr. S. E. Isdale Chir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

Page Six Green And Gold Rolls At Will Coach Pat Malley Fort Hood's able pilot made what turned out to be the understatement of the year last week when he said his Tankers would hit their season's peak against Fort Bliss. The Hoodmen playing their best brand of football this season sent the Falcons to a 53-12 burial on a Prichard stadium pyre. A crowd of 10000 watched in astonishment as rolled at will on the ground and through the airways. The head pallbearers at the Bliss funeral rites were quarterbacks Eddie Crowder and third-stringer Jack McEachern. Crowder passed to halfback Carl Mayes for two touchdowns and fullback Dune Mc- Cauley for another. McEachern playing brilliantly flipped scoring aerials to Jesse Jones and end Jim Brannan in addition a 18 yard run for six points. Hood's success with its passing game came as a pleasant surprise since the Tankers have restricted their attack to running plays in seven previous outings. Crowder hit on 7 of 9 passes for 167 yards while Hood...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 4 1954 OFF THE RECORD Rex Layne ... a heavyweight fighter who once stood on the pin­ nacle of ring contenders and then suddenly slipped into ring obscurity is making his most serious bid to return to the ring spotlight and an engagement in Madison Square Garden Carmen Basilio impres­ ses this writer as the year's outstanding boxer given a title chance Basilio could dethrone welterweight champ Johnny Saxton and more than contend with the real champ Kid Gavilan .... Rocky Marciano will put the heavyweight crown next on line against big burly Nino Valdez look for an early knockout but not a new champion British heavyweight Don Cockell has made a sudden rise in the heavyweight picture due mostly to the ballyhood presented by glory hungry British sportswriters Cockell still needs to impress the average American fight fan Sandy Saddler continues to ignore the NBA in their effort to make the featherweight king defend his title strictly a formality for Saddler who presently st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

Page Eight fe* Crowder's Passes Fit Hood To One of the big factors in Fort Hood's 53-12 Halloween present to Fort Bliss was quarterback Eddie Crowder's pin-point passing. The former Oklahoma university signal caller completed 9 of 11 tosses for 169 yards and three touchdowns. The previous week he connected on 8 of 10 aerials for 134 yards that played a major part in the 25-19 win pver Texas Tech. Ironically success with his pass- ing arm is something new to quar­ terback Crovvder. At Oklahoma Ed rarely had to throw since the Sooners were primarily a running team. In fact he has to scratch his head to remember a game when he passed over eight times per game "We just didn't have to pass much" Ed says. "With runners a (Buck) Green (Men-ill) and many others our ground game didn't need much support from our pass­ ers." However Oklahoma did need Ed as far as handling the ball and calling the plays *yc the mighty Sooners. It was his tom-foolery and clever hiding of the ball that made Bud W...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 4 1954 TAKE 78 WEEKS TO PAY By Using Our Long Easy Credit Plan. Terms To Suit YOU! SEE THIS VALUE NOW 9 PIECE LIVING ROOM GROUP All useful pieces are individual in this Fine Grouping. You have your choice of colors on your comfortable Living Room Set. Check these items that are in­ cluded: Handsome Sofa Matching Club Chair Occasional or Spot Chair 2 End Tables 2 Table Lamps Matching Coffee Table All Metal Smoker This Group sold $ 1 QQ^ separately for only I Sofa—which makes extra bed Matching Pull-up Chairs Platform Rocker in same finish Sturdy Coffee Table Matching End Table NEW WROUGHT IRON WASTE BASKETS SAVE $94.00 ON THIS REG. $521.00 VALUE 8 PIECE NEW BEDROOM GROUP Imagine a Complete Bedroom with such fine matching pieces. Dresser has 6 drawers plus a perfect plate mirror. Mr. & Mrs. Dresser Matching Panel Bed 4 Drawer Chest Innerspring Mattress Full Coil Spring 2 Bed Pillows Dresser Lamp This group sold $ 1 CQ95 separately for only I 97 A full Living Room Gro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

Page Ten At The KiSleen other Sleeping Bags *12.50 IWtS. THOMAS L. HARROLD wife of III Corps commanding gen­ era! right was presented a ribboned knife to cut the first piece of birthday cake at the Juliette Lowe Party held last Saturday for all Fort Hood Girl Scouts and Brownies. Barbara Davis left re­ ceived honorable mention for her fine work as mistress of cere- jnonics in charge of the program which was presented to all par- cuts and guests. The various troops gave skits and in addition three groups were chosen to give the entertainment program to the Meadows PTA this month. (U. S. Army Photo by Von Ludwick) Sharp Soldier On Guard Tours Area With C.O. daily guard-mount of the 51st AIB|Col. Wing F. Jung whom he ac- doesn't spend the hours of dark-1companies on trips through the ness circling the battalion area!battalion area for a first-hand look with a rifle at shoulder-arms. He is daily named as orderly to the battalion commander Lt. Original government surplus. Nylon threads a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 4 1954 M-SGT. CLEOPUS D. SARTON of the 4005th SU Enl. Det. re­ ceives the Commendation Ribbon with metal pendant for meri­ torious service while serving in Korea. During: his (service with the 2nd Infantry Division he held three positions in his organiza­ tion. Pinning 011 the medal is Lt. Col. Frederick Koops command­ ing officer of the Detachment. (U.S. Army Photo by Lenard) M-Sgts. Sarton And Wilborn Awarded Commendation Award In a brief ceremony last Wednes­ day at the 4005th SU Enl. Det. Master Sergeants Cleopus D. Sar­ ton and Napoleon O. Wilborn were resented the Commciidation Rib pn with Metal Pendant for meri orious service while serving in Korea. Lt. Col. W. F. Wren Jr. exe­ cutive officer of the detachment read the orders which cited Ser- service in connection with mili­ tary operations against an armed enemy." Warrant Officer Receives Award For Service In a recent ceremony at the main parade grounds CWO Lem­ uel T. Mulleen and S Co. 46th Eng. Bn. of Reedley...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

Page Twelve Written By PFC Lewis Gallant soldiers all are we Of the fighting Fourth A.D. We will train and fight With all our might Together we'll push to victory Production Halts On Atomic Gun A SHAPELY NEW STAR on the Hollywood horizon is refreshing bathing beauty Colleen Miller. The rising young starlet was signed by a major studio less than a year ago and has had a number of star­ ring roles. Colleen hails from Port­ land Ore. 4th Armored Has Division March The Fourth Armored Division now has an official march. Selected by a group of judges in competition with other entries words for "The Fourth Armored Division March" were written by PFC Peter T. Lewis a member of the Fourth Armored Band. A native of Wrightwood Calif.. Private Lewis is a graduate of Victor Valley High School and San Bernardino Valley College. He en­ tered the Army at Fort Ord Calif. where he received basic training before being assigned to a band training unit. CWO Andrew Stumpf director of the Fourth Armored D...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

ursdav. Nov. 4 1954 1949 CHEVROLET Loaded 1949 PLYMOUTH Loaded 1946 FORD Loaded.. 1946 DODGE Loaded 1946 OLDSMOBILE 953 CHEVROLET BELAIR Loaded. 1952 FORD Two Door radio heater and white side wall tires. LOOK IRA YOUNG AUTO AGENCY Located On Highway 190 PAY DAY SPECIALS! I 1953 STUDEBAKER Y8 with overdrive radio heater 17000 actual miles 1949 CADILLAC 4 door sedan one owner car . 1952 OLDSMOBILE "88" 4 door sedan like new .. *595. •495. •295. •295. •295. •1495. *995. 995. s1095. $' 1395. THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS If you want to drive your oivn car YOU CAN-we sell all ranks! SMALL PAYMENTS IRA YOUNG AUTHORIZED KAISER WILLYS NASH DEALER CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER TWO KILLEEN LOCATIONS FINANCE MILITARY RANKS Everyone Gets The Same Deal ALL CAR PRICES SLASHED! fellows IRA YOUNG AUTO CO. Located On Highway 190 EXTRA SPECIAL 1954 CADILLAC "62" AIRCONDITIONED 4 DOOR LIKE NEW! 1951 STUDEBAKER V8 with overdrive radio and heater. 1952 FORD Club Coupe overdrive and heater 1953...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

Page Fourteen Effective November 1 a Reen­|of listment Orientation Conference will be conducted monthly by the III Corps Reenlistment Office on or about the 15th of each month to familiarize potential enlistees and reenlistees of the many bene­ fits that can be obtained by re- enlisting and making the Regular Army a career. The time and place The Army suggested that youth organizations be enoucraged to establish branches or "troops" on Army installations and that Army personnel be urged to participate in theixv activities. Invitations to youth groups show­ ing interest in Army operations to visit "open houses" at selected installations was another recom­ mendation. The groups could stay overnight where accommodations are available. Activities Suggested Among the activities suggested to interest youthful visitors the Those persons who are burning to display heroism may rest as­ sured that the course of social evolution will offer them every op­ portunity.—Havelock Ellis. Host of the ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 4 1954 Army Tests New Hospital Railroad Cars WASHINGTON (AFPS) The Army Transportation Corps is test­ ing three new types of self-sustain ing hospital railroad cars at Ft. Eustis Va. The cars are specially con Structed so that they can operate on any broad gauge railroad in the world. They represent the basic types of hospital cars to be used in hospital trains of the future The three new types are: a per­ sonnel car for the medical staff an ambulance car with a 30-pa- tient capacity and a dining car which can feed up to 150 persons Designed jointly by the Trans­ portation Corps the Army Medi­ cal Service Corps and the ACF equipped with a special axle and wheel seat which can be adjusted for operation on 56%-inch 60-inch 63-inch or 66-inch guage railroad track. In emergencies any of the cars could be dropped off onto a siding for a short layover since all are equipped with lights water forced ventilation and heat. The ambu­ lance car is air-conditioned and may be heate...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

Page Sixteen Highway 190 GOLD LEAVES signifying the rank of major were recently pinned on the collar of Rex H. Dawson (left) S-2 (intelligence) officer of CCA Fourth Armored Division by the commanding general of the division Maj. Gen. Thomas J. H. Trapnell. Major Dawson entered the service in 1940 and took training at Camp Bowie Texas. He received his commission at Fort Hood in 1943 and served with U.S. forces in Japan for three and one-half years be­ fore being assigned to the Fourth Armored here. (U.S. Army Photo) Best Wishes... PIGGLY WIGGLY furniture MART It is with great pleasure we were selected to furnish and install all GLASS HOLDS GLASS HOUSE KILLEEN TEXAS Much Success to PIGGLY WIGGLY furniture MART PAINTING BY E. E. (Emil) Pitrucha PAINTING CONTRACTOR Phone 8391 KILLEEN TEXAS and space In this ad telling you about it but you would have to see it to appreciate the smart new styling of the 1955 model. We invite every one to drive to LAMPASAS for a visit with us and to see w...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 4 1954 A LEGALS Legal Directory Attorneys At Law Temple. 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 Female H-3 WANTED: PIANO PLAYER FOR SMALL dance band work. Call Rommie Bryan Jr. 1st Armd Div Band at 43102. MERCHANDISE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Ben 12-415. LET US SERVE YOU We rent sell or repair aewing machines and refrigerators We will be happy to demonstrate that new I'laff Let us sew on your stripes a a Custom made belt buckles. buttons and button holes PLAFF SEWING CENTER 50 S. Gray Phone 5891 YOU ARE INVITED to join the Veterans o£ Foreign Wars if you have served overseas. Killeen Post 9192 meeting nights ate second and fourth Mondays. Other VFW Post cards honored. FOR SALE: TV ANTENNA FOR CHAN- nel 6 & 7 40' mast complete with lead- in wire and guy wires will sell ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 November 1954

Page Eighteen MODELS LOW PRICES HE RES YOUR CHANCE OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS ED CANTRELL MOTOR CO. Out They CARS Our entire stock of used cars are going at give-awayprices! We need the room! Usual Low Down Payment Usual Low Finance Rates Make Us a" Offer Plenty Of Good Cars To Choose From! CANTRELL MOTOR IG SAVINGS! W^e/ /^Va-T Only 2 BELTON Den*onstrat0rs To G0J QVe Mon Thursday Nov. 4 1954 Ford Dealer In BELTON TEXAS yi&iv DOWff NO DOWN PAYMENT 121 North Main Phone 61

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

Vol. 8 No. 45 Fort Hood's 1954 Chest Fund drive reached a smashing climax last Saturday with a total sales figure of $134190 according to the Chest Fund Finance Commit­ tee. A sales break-down into major units and high companies within the various component groups will be announced next week after the final compilations have been made. The fund drive which started in September soared to an unexpect­ ed sum of $134190 adding $76000 to last week's total of $58000 and far surpassed Fort Hood's goal of $105000. fa Maj.Gen. Thomas L. Harrold 1 Corps and Fort Hood command- at a ceremony after last week's football game between Fort Hood and Hardin Simmons team con­ gratulated the military and civilian personnel of Fort Hood for making the 1954 Chest Drive so successful. Benefited by this year's cam­ paign will be such organizations as Thirteen Units Report Perfect Safety Record Safe driving practices have paid off again for personnel of 13 units of the Fourth Armored Division with each man...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

Page Two 4th St. SGT. LOtTIS M. OWEN Sinton supply sergeant of Co. of the First Armored Division's 1st Tank Bn. displays the company equipment to Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold in Corps commander and Maj. William S. Biddle (right) "Old Ironsides" commander during a command inspection of the battalion last week. All of the battalion's personnel and equipment were inspected as a part of the current series of command inspections that will cover every unit in the First Armored Division. (U. S. Army Photo by Silker). RECEIVING CONGRATULATIONS and the honor placque from Maj. Raymond E. Morgan commanding officer of the 336th QM Bn. is Lt. Leonard T. Pringle acting commander of the 633rd QM Co. in the absence of the company commander Capt. Wellington C. Livingston. The 633rd QM Co. was named as Honor Company of the 336th QM Bn. at a battalion parade last Friday at the com­ pany parade grounds. Acting adjutant of 336th QM Cn. Capt. Boyd Cantrell stands at far right. The battalion Soldier of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

Thursdtty Nov. 11 1954 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Thursday November 11 No. 1—"Tonight's the Night" Yvonne De Carlo David Niven and Barry Fitzgerald No. 2—"No Time for Flowers" Paul Christian and Viveca Linfords No. 3—"Trouble In The Glen" Margaret Lockwood Forrest Tucker Orson Wells and Victor McLaglen No. 4—"All The Brothers Were Valiant" Robert Taylor Stewart Granger and Ann BIyth No. 5—"Trouble Along The Way" John Wayne Donna Reed and Charles Coburn ACADEMIC DRIVE—Veteran's Day Open House Shuffleboard Tour ney and Party 162nd STREET—Open House "Salute to the Army" Show and Three One-Act Plays BRIGADE—Amistice Day Brunch and Open House NORTH FORT HOOD—Coffee Hour Sports Highlights and Open House NCO CLUB—Dance to Van Kirkpatrick Fiflay November 12 No. 1—"The Sea Around Us" Documentary No. 2—"The Yellow Mountain" Lex Barker Mala Powers and How­ ard Duff No. 3—"Trouble In The Glen" Margaret Lockwood Forrest Tucker Orson Wells and Victor McLaglen No. 4—"Jail Bait" Lyle Talbot No. 5—"John...

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