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

Page Four lXi h'asl 42nd Street Ifc#t I'nDlisheo In the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and statemonifc reflecte» 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 an endorsement by the 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 For»es Press Service material and pa ers arc authorized to reprint non-copjfrichted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 419 Temple Subscription off post. $3-00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free All pictures are Uni...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 11 1954 nub EN 1 Den mother is Mrs. William E. Round with Mrs. E. G. Fish as denner assistant denner is Roger Sinank. Cubs are Tommy Black­ burn Kenny Round Neil Asting worth and James Woods. Joe Ray­ mond went to the scouts. This group made jack-o-lanterns for the October meeting. DEN 2 The following boys are enthusi­ astic about the cub scout activities and plan on making Christmas presents for the parents which they hope will be useful and ornament­ al: Wendell Van Aucken George Brian Fish Jimmy Fadden Arty Fadden Donald Nelson Leonard "Butch" Hutchins and Michael Thomas Brown. Den mother is Mrs. Brown. DEN 8 This den met Thursday at the Scout House and began work on their skit to be presented at the pack meeting. This month's pack meeting will be at the Meadows School auditorium Friday Novem­ ber 19 beginning at 7:30 p.m. This month's theme "Adventures in History" gives such a wide range to choose from but at the present the boys are working on a boat and Pilgrim c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

Page Six Collegians Scare Malley's Might After a listless first half Fort Hood's Tankers got their offense going to grind out a 30-12 win over the Hardin-Simmons University team at Pxichard Stadium last Sat­ urday before 15000 fans. The Hoodmen watched several scoring opportunities go by the boards and were outhustled in the line during the.initial 30 minutes which saw the "Buttons" hold a 12-7 halftime lead. Battling furiously from the open­ ing whistle the young collegians staved off three Hood drives in­ side their 20 and didn't wilt until the fourth quarter when Tanker depth tired them. The first quarter was scoreless. Then the Tanker second unit put together a 50 yard march to the Button eight ef or fumbling. Hardin-Simmons returned the fav­ or and Joel Honeycutt's bobble ant 0 TEMPLE was pounced on by Dom Migliar- ese. Two line plunges by fullback Deloyd Reed were good for the TD. Jim Rinehart added the extra point. Following an exchange of punts the Tankers moved to the H-SU ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 11 1954 Sanders Leads Medical Gridders By JOHN MASHER Fort Hood's gridders swing into Fourth Army conference play this week when they visit San Antonio to tackle the rugged Brooks Army Medical Center Comets Saturday night. This will be a big one for the Tankers. A win over Brooke would pave the way for a championship match with Fort Sill's undefeated Cannoneers here Dec. 11. A loss would all but evaporate any Hood title ambitions. It's likely that coach Leaton Colfield's Comets won't be very hospitable hosts. The memory of Hood's 20-13 non-conference win here five weeks ago hangs heavy in their minds. In that game the Comets spurted to a 13-0 lead with only four minutes gone in the first quarter but the Hoodmen came back with a strong second half to vin. With the possible exception of Sill Brooks has one of the fastest backfields in service football. Halfbacks Billy Sanders and Alex Litman possess dazzling speed and deception. Sanders gave Hood's de­ fense a nightmaris...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

Page Eight The 702nd Armored Infantry Bat­ talion waiting now to claim the 1st Ai'mored Division Touch Football Crown went on ahead without the Division honors to sweep the Fort Hood Touch Football Championship by whipping the 126th Ordnance Battalion of the 4th Armored Di­ vision 19-0. The infantry grid squad was very impressive in winning the Fort Hood title and the 702nd now goes after the unfinished business of winning the 1st Armored Division crown and they little doubt of sweeping that title along with the post crown they now hold. It looks like a very busy schedule for the 702nd as they prepare to represent Fort Hood in the Fourth Army Tournament at Fort Sill. In tournament competition the 702nd AIB got off on the right foot by belting the 126th Ordnance 21-6. It was the 701st AIB in the second round and in a stubborn match the 702nd emerged victor­ ious 9-6. The 16th Armored Engineers OUR To M1L morx®#wAun'"um cocVo« S**ers v/es. 702nd AIB Offense Routs 126th Ord 19-0 For Fo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 11 1954 LAMPASAS TEX. a special invitation from We only charge 6% interest through U. C. I. T. or Commercial Credit and finance all grades Special Invitation To All Military Personnel OPEN HOUSE Friday and Saturday Until 9 P. M. OPEN SUNDAY 2 to 6 THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS The Biggest Little Ford Dealer In Central Texas to see the new 1955 Ford On Display Friday REMEMBER diowisi oft ihe JhundsAJbVvd LOVE BROTHERS Introducing The Sensational New '55 Ford SATURDAY-SUNDAY November 12-13-14--Open Until 9 P. M. Fri. & Sat. Open 2 to 6 Sunday WE ARE NOTED FOR OUR LONG TRADES We don't look you Same price to all! BROS. MOTOR Co. LAMPASAS Autkorized Ford Dealer In TEXAS NO OTHER DEALER CAN BEAT THIS RATE! prfvc* W T-C* 1"V H'U1 'fi-yr "\v S%1 \I DOWN ON LAY-AWAY You can place on lay-away any new Ford you choose with only $50. Take out anytime after required amount is paid! over.... LAMPASAS TEX. Page Nine

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

Page Ten ALABAMA Democrats took it all as usual putting James E. Folsom in the governor's chair returning John J. Sparkman to the Senate and elect­ ing Democrats to all nine House seats. ARIZONA Howard Pyle incumbent gover­ nor lost to Democrat Ernest W. McFarland. Democrats took one of two House seats. (Old line-up Re­ publicans listed first): 1-1. ARKANSAS Orval Faubus a Democrat was elected governor. Sen. John L. Mc- Clellan a Democrat and six in­ cumbent Democrats in the House all re-elected. CALIFORNIA Goodwin K. Knight elected gov­ ernor and Thomas H. Kuchel elect­ ed senator. Both are Republican incumbents. 19 Republicans 11 Democrats elected House. Old line­ up 19-11. COLORADO Democratic Sen. Edwin C. John­ son elected governor and Republi­ can Gordon Allott Republiran won Johnson's Senate seat. House line­ up stayed 2-2. CONNECTICUT Democrat Abraham Ribicoff de­ feated incumbent Republican John D. Lodge in the governor race. Republicans took 5 House seats Democrats one. Old...

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

Thursday Nov. 11 1954 I FERGUS MOTOR CO THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS New CUSTOM LINE Series The Tudor Sedan (above) and Fordor offer a wide selection of new color and uphoistery combinations. Like all '55 Fords they have a new wider grille new visored headlights and sturdier extra-narrow pillar-posts for better visibility. New STATION WAGO N Series...The new 6-pasaenger 4-door Country Sedan (above) is one of five new do-it- all beauties. There's also an 8-pas9enger Country Sedan an 8-paasenger Country Squire and a 2-door 6-pas­ aenger Ranch Wagon and Custom Ranch Wagoa. SPECIAL INVITATION TO MILITARY PERSONNEL we wi II be on hand all day Friday and Saturday also from 2 to 6 Sun­ day to show you the new 1955 Ford. Get The Fergus Habit.. SHOP HERE FIRST! Presents The World's Greatest V8 The On Display Friday Nov. 12th WEI HOUSE ALL MY SATURDAY AN! 2 It) 6 SUNDAY Its New Exciting! Come to see it! OF KILLEEN 55 FORD The Lowest Roomest... Most Powerful ever built! FERGUS MOTOR CO...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

Page Twelve LOOKING OVER THE REGULATIONS that govern the operation of the 4005th SU Enlisted Detachment are its new commander executive officer and top sergeant. Lt. Col. W. F. Wren Jr. seat­ ed was just recently appointed as the CO. He had formerly been the executive officer. Also with the appointment of Colonel Wren was the appointment of Maj. Charles R. Miller former executive officer of CC A 4th Armored Division and first sergeant M/Sgt. R. E. Harmon recently with the 512th AIB 4th Armored Division. (U. S. Army Photo by Treadway). Lt. Col. Wren Takes Duties As CO Of 4005th Enl. Det. Lt. Col. W. F. Wren Jr. former .War II after completing basic OCS executive officer of the 4005th SU in Enlisted Detachment assumed command last week of the detach­ ment following Lt. Col. Frederick Koops assignment to the G-4 sec­ tion HE Corps Headquarters. With Colonel Wren's appointment also was the assignment of Maj. Charles R. Miller former execu­ tive officer of CCA 4th Armored Division and M-...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 11 1954 By SFC TED STANTON More than 50 tons of food a day a stack of file cards two stories high every month enough gas in one day to drive to Moscow 26 times all this and some 75000 other items are the concern of the 4th Armored Quartermaster Battalion of the Fourth Armored Division. Feeding equipping and- moving the men and machines of the divi­ sion has been the battalion's job since the division's reactivation in June of this year. Serving as both commanding of­ ficer of the battalion and Division Quartermaster Lt. Col. Verne R. Silbaugh of Lima Ohio has di­ rected the processing of enormous amounts of all supplies ranging from thumb tacks to £iant laundry units. Because of the quantity the bat­ talion thinks in terms of tons as well as items. "Sixty tons of fuel —50 tons of food—40 tons of equip­ ment—all passes through the bat­ talion each day" said Maj. Lloyd Briney assistant to the Divi­ sion Quartermaster. In keeping with the Army's pro­ gram to ease the bite...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

1 1954 Many thing the claimed based be ssible figures impo seemed The world's greatest builder of V8's presents a New FAIRLAN E Series...ThenewClubSedanlikeailsix models in Ford's new Fairlane Series features the new wrap­ around windshield new luxurious interiors and wide choice of stunningly new single and two-tone exterior colors. THE TOTALLY NEW'55 FORD! with styling inspired by the Ford THUNDERBIRD THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS •VE PROVEN THAT A SMALL TOWN DEALER ATCH VALUES WITH BIG VOLUME DEALERS SKEPTICS ANTRELL MOTOR CO. THE YEAR 1954 IT'S NO SECRET THE RECORDS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES Open House In Everyone Invited FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY BELTON AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER If You Want A Real Deal SEE ED FIRST Page Fifteen

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

Page Sixteen 'Brass Knuckles' Technique By CPL. LARKY FRIEND The American soldier the best armed fighter in the world is no less a fighter when it comes to using the '-'natural weapons" at his command to disable or kill an armed enemy in close hand-to hand combat. The men of five battalions in the First Armored Division at Fort Hood are learning the fundament­ als of the "brass knuckles" tech­ nique of combat while continuing to master the latest Army fighting doctrines. Troops of the 25th 634th 701s!: and 702nd Armored Infantry Bat­ talions and those of the divisions 81st Recon Bn. arc finding out the bare fist the heel of an Arnrv boot or even a good set: of front teeth can dubdue an enemy soldier charging swiftly behind a gleam­ ing bayonet. Veterans Instructing: And they're learning their les­ sons from men of the division who have more than once had to slug it out at close range in the muddy trenches of Korea. The division's 634th AIB is the latest unit to put into practice the...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 11 1954 what anyone can sell we can sell better Get Our Deal... Ira Youngs for less! Serving You In We Invlie you to look into our deal before you buy any car. For years we have been the largest dealer in new and used cars in Central Texas ... dur­ ing these years we have saved the people of this area HUNDREDS OF DOL­ LARS. There is no need to pay more when you can buy the very same car at AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR Nash Kaiser Willys Two Convenient Locations IRA (NIK MTO MENCT IRA YOUNG AUTO CO. now that everyone is talking cars KILLEEN Highway 190 HIGHWAY 190 WE SELL ALL MAKES COMPARE OUR LOW PRICES I THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS A NEW NAME AND A GREATER REVERENCE... I Items 11® & In the same reverent spirit of Armistice Day this day honors jJ- the memory of ALL this nation's loyal sons who have so vali- antly served their country in the time of war •.. as well as peace. We salute the personnel of Fort Hood and giVe our heartfelt thanks that you are our first ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

Page Eighteen COPLEY— Born Oct 31. to PFC and Mrs Robert Shirley Copley. Co B 25th AIB. a son Robert Shirley Jr CARMACK—Born Oct l.'i to Pvt-2 and Mrs Cleeveland Merle Car mac k Btry 5.1 .'W Gun Bn. Ft. Lawton Wash. a son Michael Ira Wayne. BRAUNSTEIN—Born Oct. 34. to PFC and Mrs. Sheldon Gerald Braunstein Btry D '2d AAA Bn. a son lan Jed. SHUPING—Born Oct. 13. to Cpl. ana Mrs. Zeh Revere Shupins. MP Co S-lobth Dl'. a son William Edward. HOBBS—Born Oct. lo to 2d Lt. and Mrs. Guy Everett Hobbs Jr. Btry. 22d AFA Bn a daughter. Mary Margaret. THOMAS—Born Oct. 1(5. to PFC and Mrs. Frederick Allen Thomas. Co C lbth AEB a son. Frederick Allen. RANSOM—Born Oct. Hi. to St and Mrs. Robert Wesley Ransom. Co Co 25th Rccon Bn. a son. Paul Wesley. DENNEY—Born Oct. IS to Set. and Mrs. Sammy Louis Dcnr)c". Hq Co 123d AOMB. a son Danny Lee. DERRY—Born Oct. IS. to 2d Lt. and Mrs. Edward Joseph Deny Jr. Hy Co 91th AFA Bn a son. Mark Edward. HILL—Born Oct. IS to Cpl. and Mrs. Theron X. Hill. Sv Btry 9...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 11 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Temple. Texas First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 3-5254 ANNOUNCEMENTS 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 FOR SALE: HALLICR AFTERS MODEL S-40B receiver BC-457 Transmitter com­ plete with power supply. Will consider trade for mobile portable equipment. Contact Vernon Starnes 901 South 23rd Street Temple. LET US SERVE YOU We rent sell or repair sewing machines and refrigerators We will be happy to demonstrate at a Let us sew on your stripes pa he an he on Custom made belt buckles to an to PLAFF SEWING CENTER 89 S. Gray Phone 5891 SIT'N KNIT 1313 SOUTH 27th. Sold my place to Safeway. Big Reductions on Bucilla hooked rug frames patterns and yams Bear Brand Jumbo-Knits dress yarns doll kits Ne...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 November 1954

Page Twenty E9 LIBBY'S COFFEE Maxwell House Lb. Rath's Blackhawk PICNIC SHOULDERS LIBBY'S 45 Lb. LIBBY'S CREAM STYLE CORN LIBBY'S SOUR OR DILL LIBBY'S ANNOUNCES A ... 85 FRUIT COCKTAIL 3.3 25c CORN BEEF HASH 3.329c 303 Size ROSE DALE CUT GREEN BEANS ROSE DALE WHOE CORN 7 EGIST FREE! NOTHING TO BUY-REGISTER BLANKS AT THE CHECK STAND 2 PICKLES 29c PINEAPPLE JUICE REAL BARGAIN PRICES ROSE DALE CORN ROSE DALE PEAS o. 1.00 TIDE Young Tender SAUSAGE Libby's Best Food Buys! TOMATO JUICE RICH TOMATO FLAVORI 35c For «o c.„29c Cream Style Golden 303 Siie 303 Garden ROUND STEAK Lb. 590 RUMP ROAST u. 570 BACON Libby's 303 Size 303 Size Hormel's Midwest ik 46 Oz. Can Only PEAS 2f„ 390 Libby's 303 Size PUMPKIN 150 PEACHES -mf 303 Size 303 Can 15 FOODS THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS GIANT *2000 GIVE-AWAY VISIT MARSHALL FURNITURE AND SEE ALL THE THINGS TO BE GIVEN AWAY! Rath's Blackhawk Lb. 19 in and ask for a registration blank! SHORTENING Bake- Rite 3 Lb. Fat and Tender For Roasting Baking ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Vol. 8 No. 46 MP Selected Top Soldier In 4th Armd Major Units Report Chest Fund Proceeds Final figures were announced this week for the record breaking 1954 Chest Fund campaign by the Chest Fund Finance Committee. Total sales figures for Fort Hood reached a high of $134044 after final computations were made this week. Shining in a spotless uniform th accessories a Fourth Armor- •d Division military policeman was chosen as the division's "Sol­ dier of the Week" in the weekly selection on Saturday. Pvt. Leo R. Charnetski of the 404th MP Co. in competition with five other soldiers from the major commands was awarded the title by a board of officers from Divi sion Headquarters. All contestants were questioned on their knowledge of current events military subjects pertain ing to their jobs about key mili tary and civilian leaders and gen­ eral orders. Brig. Gen. John K. Waters as­ sistant division commander con gratulated Private Charnetski on his selection and presented him with a copy ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Page Two if "fA Cs Isfep^lwl »V-'r Hood Clrnroh School Holds Weiner Roast A weiner roast was held recent­ ly by the Junior Department of the Fort Hood Church School at Pilot Knob Ranch House with about 55 children and parents at­ tending the affair. SECRETARY OF THE ARMY Robert T. Stevens congratulates Private Dale Beach Wellsville Kans­ as a member of the Fourth Armored Division tank crew which ran the Individual Tank Course for the Secretary. Other crew members are from left to right Sergeant First Class Bobby Drake tank commander Pvt. Peter Opolka and Private Charles Emrick. All are members of "C' Company 25th Reconnaissance Battalion. Directly behind Mr. Stevens are Major General Thomas L. Harrold III Corps Commander and Major General Thomas J. H. Trapnell commanding general of the ourtn Armored Division. (U.S. Army Photo by Trentacosta) SECRETARY OF THE ARMY Robert T. Stevens (second from left) and Maj. Gen. William S. Biddle First Armored Division commander arrive at the Manni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 18 19o-l f' THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Calvet Thursday November 18 Vo. 1—"Jail Bait" Lyle Talbot Vo. 2—"Black 13" Peter Reynolds Rona Anderson Mo. 3—"So This Is Paris" Tony Curtis Gloria DeHaven Corinne No. 4—"The Gentle Gunman" John Mills Elizabeth Sellars ACADEMIC DRIVE—Shuffleboard Dance Class 162nd STREET—Service Club Varieties BRIGADE AVE.—Quiz-Bird Baffler NORTH FORT—Pro Football Films Calvet Friday November 19 No. 1—"Duel In The Sun" Gregory Peck Joseph Cotten Jennifei Jones No. 2—"The Atomic Kid" Mickey Rooney Elaine Davis No. 3—"So This Is Paris" Tony Curtis Gloria DeHaven Corinne No. 4—"Operation Manhunt" Harry Townes Irja Jensen ACADEMIC DRIVE—Jam Session Song Fest 162nd STREET—Name That Tune BRIGADE AVE.—Pro Football Film Golden Harvest Dance M)RTH FORT—Smoker Poker Maids Saturday November 20 No. 1—"So This Is Paris" Tony Curtis Gloria DeHaven Corinn. Calvet No. 2—"The Gentle Gunman" John Mills Elizabeth Sellars No. 3—"Black 13" Peter Reynolds Rona Anderson No....

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