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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 November 1954

Page Twenty-four New MAINLINE Series Mainline beauties offers the same engineering advance­ ments the same graceful contours and clean lines that distinguish all '55 Fords. Fordor Sedan is illustrated above. New CUSTOMLINE Series (above) and Fordor offer a wide selection of exciting new color and upholstery combinations. Like all 1955 Fords they have anew wider grille new visored headlights and iturdier extra-narrow pillar-posts for better visibility. New STATION WAGON Series 6-passenger 4-door Country Sedan (above) is one of five new do-it-all beauties. There's also an 8-passenger Country Sedan an 8-passenger Country Squire and a 2-door 6-pas- •enger Ranch Wagon and Custom Ranch Wagon. New FAIRLANE Series N" Each of the three do S an 7 DAYS A WEEK The new Club Sedan Kke all six models in Ford's new Fairlane Series features the new wrap-around windshield new luxurious interiors and wide choke of stunningly new single and twotoae extenor eoton. body styles and colors. THL ARMORED SEN...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

Vol. 8 No. 47 Negotiations for land rights for the maneuver to be held early in 1955 are moving along at a steady pace it was announced this week by HI Corps Headwuarters. Conferences meetings and radio programs have been held in a num­ ber of key spots in the proposed maneuver area following a series of public meetings held during the first week in November at Brady Killeen Gatesville Bui-net Lam­ pasas San Saba Llano and Mas­ on. Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold Corps and Fort Hood com- ander delivered a radio talk and ddressed a meeting in Gatesville November 15. He also held a conference with land owners in Llano on November 19 and will address a Gatesville meeting on November 27. 11. Brig. Gen. W. Paul Johnson III Corps Chief of Staff participated in a radio discussion of land rights at Lampasas on November 12. Oth­ Thanksgiving Observance .The Thanksgiving Day holiday at Fort Hood is being observed with many religious services through­ out the post. TTT Corps and Non-Divisional Eac...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

Page Two Texans Finish One-Two Two native sons of Texas both membei'S of and S Co. of the First Armored Division's 100th Tk. Bn. swept the two top places in the Fort Hood "Road-e-o" held here Wednesday November 17. Sgt. Billy J. Chenhall born in Longview led a field of 24 final­ ists in the safe driving course which was set up to test civilian vehicle drivers of the First and Fourth Armored Divisions and non-divisional units. Sergeant Chenhall scored 357^ out of a possible 365 points in a series of driving tests designed to measure a driver's ability to ma­ neuver stop and park a vehicle. He also had to exhibit knowledge of safe driving regulations. PFC James W. Perry McKin- Soldier Dies From Tank Injury Pvt. John G. Oedsman died in the Fort Hood station hospital early Wednesday of injuries re­ ceived when he was run over by a tank while participating in a train­ ing maneuver on the military res­ ervation Tuesday night. The accident occurred on Brooke Haven Road east of Liberty Hill...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

Thursday* Nov. 0# 25 1954 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Jack Palance Stanwyck Keel Dance ICO Keel ITBsEf Thursday November 25 No. 1—"Operation Manhunt" Harry Townes and Irja Jenson No. 2—"The Outlaw's Daughter/' Bill Williams and Kelly Ryan No. 3—"Sign of the Pagan" Jeff Chandler Ludmilla Tcherina and Jack Palance No. 4—"Executive Suite" William Holden June Allyson and Barbara Stanwyck No. 5—"The Gentle Gunman" John Mills and Elizabeth Sellars ACADEMIC DRIVE—Thanksgiving Open House Football TV Party Shuffleboard and Turkey Trot Party House 162nd STREET—Open House Turkey Day Party and Song Fest BRIGADE—Thanksgiving Day Program Open House Game Tourna- ments NORTH FORT HOOD All Sports Roundup Thanksgiving Open NCO CLUB—Dance to Jack Ream riday November 26 No. 1—"Moulin Rouge" Jose Ferrer and Zsa Zsa Gabor No. 2—"Twist of Fate" Ginger Rogers and Jacques Bergerac No. 3—"Sign of the Pagan" Jeff Chandler Ludmilla Tcherina and •fo. 4—"Hell's Outpost" Rod Cameron and Joan Leslie A. 5—"The Atomic Ki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

Page Four every 122 East 42nd Street ON BEING SATISFIED roDlisbeu In thf Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort HooJ. Texas Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies ana Btatemi'nib 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 or the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement ny cue Department of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter tor publication should be sent to the PubUc Information Office Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces ^r"s and pavers are authorized to reprint non-copyrirhted permlss on from AFPS. AdvertisinK copy should be sent to: Business Office O. Box «tTefrJp" Buhscriptlon off post. $3-00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post tree. All pictures are United States Army Slraal Corps Ph«t»Braphs....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

4 Thursday Nov. 25 1954 a Corporals Meet At Hood There probably aren't many skirts in Texas. Eut there are four corporals at the Fort Hood WAC Detachment who would feel at home if they saw a hula dance or could enjoy a swim in Waikiki Beach or might even hear the wind whisper through a palm tree for they are all native Hawaiians and miss their homeland. Not knowing one another before being stationed at Fort Hood the Hawaiian quartet all underwent basic training at Fort Lee Va. but at various times. Three were sent to Fort Sam Houston for med­ ical technician school and one Cpl. Vivian S. S. Yuen better known to her friends as Bobbie took on-the-job training as a den­ tal technician at Fort Lee. She is an assistant to a dentist in the post dental clinic and takes exams of patients. Bobbie lived in Hawaii for 16 years before coming to the States in 1950 soon after ahe joined the Women's Army Sodality Conference Held This Week A Studium for Fort Hood women married or single 18 years of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

Page Six Passes Whip Stubborn Foes The gentle hospitality offered to a visiting Fort Hood football team came to an abrupt end soon after the kickoff as the underrated Fort Bliss Falcons forced Pat Malley's Tankers to once again apply shades of a Frank Merriwell come­ back to offset the upset intentions of a scrappy Bliss Crew. The Tankers hit pay dirt with the game only four minutes old but the Bliss defense tightened for the remainder of the first half while the offensive patterns came back to narrow the gap at 7-6. In their first meeting with Bliss the Tankers boomed to a halftime lead of 20-0 and then proceeded to ham­ mer away at the Bliss defense for a 53-12 win. This time Coach Muel­ ler's gridders didn't fold so early and were well in the game until the last ten minutes of play. Hood was handicapped in the scoring column as two touchdowns plays were called back on penal­ ties. As usual the Fort Hood grid machine piled up a tremendous yardage edge but proceeded to kill a numbe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

HH!- „7* t'V *i * i'*'* i- 'V^1 'T Thursday Nov. 25 1954 Ladies Golf Club Meets Again Friday The weekly tournament of the Ladies Golf Club will be on Friday Nov. 26th. Tee off time is at 1:00 p.m. and a scratch and Scramble tournament will be played. Winners of last weeks tourna­ ment were Mrs. Thomas J. Hen­ derson Mrs. M. F. Kubin and Mrs. A. Ferber. 16 members were pres­ ent at the last meeting. The third Thursday of each month is "Party Day". All ladies are remained that they are cordially invited to join this group. For further information call Mrs. M. T. Kubin 39114. FOR SALE Two beautiful THREE BED­ ROOM HOMES. On paved street and nice lets. 100% G. I. Loans to Veter­ ans that can qualify whether in or out of service. One nice TWO BEDROOM F. H. A. HOME well located. Small down payment. One nice but inexpensive E A I A E O E Two bedrooms hardwood floors built in cabinets and complete in every respect. Will move to your lot or can furnish lot. Can be financed with small down pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

Page Eight BOB BRANNUM of the Boston Cel­ tics seems to be all thumbs as he struggles with Charlie Share of the Milwaukee Hawks trying to gain possession of the basketball in a re am a a is Square Garden in New York. At left Church Cooper of the Hawks looks like a ballplayer who really uses his head. FREE DELIVERY 91st AFA Holds Win Streak In Cage League LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE: The 91st AFA Bn. has maintained their undefeated record on the hardwood by virtue of three wins and two postponements. The Can­ noneers defeated a hard fighting 4th Tank Bn. on the 9th of November of a score of 72 to 65. Their game with 1st Support Bn. was post­ poned and the Cannoneers had to come from behind to defeat a scrappy 141st Signal Bn. team to the tune of 68 to 52. The Signal­ lers fighting all the way had to bow to a fast breaking combina­ tion of Dick Frenz and Bill Ray in the final few minutes of the game. Between the two thirty-two points was racked up and enabled the Cannoneers to pass ahead and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 25 1954 I what anyone can sell we can sell better Get Our Deal On NEW CARS Yes sir wecan sell any new car on the market .. and do! What kind do you like? Name it and we will see that you join the ranks of thousands of satisfied Ira Young customers. You don't need a lot of mone yto drive one of Ira's new or used cars. These cars are sold with very low down payments and you'll be surprised at how small the monthly payments will be. See us todayl You In Serving Two Convenient locations IRA YOUNG AUTO AGENCY IRA YOUNG AUTO CO WHAT KIND DO YOU KILLEEN Highway 190 Highway 190 THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Itl* iillte WE SELL ALL MAKES COMPARE OUR LOW PRICES I PAYMENT Get Our Price On Top Quality Used CARS Hundreds of Used Cars- Priced To Go! We bought "em to sell Moke us an offer! "j* LIKE....|TEMPLE WMmmM & IRAYOUNG AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH-PACKARD DEALER CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER 'Mm"/ mm SMALL DOWN MONTHS TO PAY WE FINANCE ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL REG...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

Page Ten Answers to Word Test: 1 Usurp « fanciful 3 to state 4 impas­ sioned 5 cruel 6 mental obtuse- ness 7 a tool 8 generous per­ son 9 remote region 10 insolent 11 retard 12 educate 13 fault­ less 14 sinister 15 ruling few 16 loyalty 17 believing 18 cred­ ential 19 ward 20 dull. SPECIAL! NYLON "CAN CAN Petticoats 3 tiers of nylon taffeta to give you that seasons new look! White Sizes S-M-L. $ 1 22 to 30 THIS IS A REPEAT OF A SELL OUT! ALL NYLON LINED. WASHABLE BRIG. GEN. JOHN K. WATERS (left) Asst. 4th A. D. Commanding General presented achievement certificates to graduates of the III Corps N.C.O. Academy class number 53. Left to right PFC Stan­ ford L. Trumbower Co. of the 126 A.O.B. finished first with a score of 95.66 Cpl. Raphael Harpenau Of Co. 508th Tank Bn finished second with a score of 94.85 and PFC George V. Sheldon of Hq. Btry 197 A.F.A. qualified for third place with a score of 94.50. All thre men are members of the 4th A.D. (U.S. Army Photo by Von Ludwick) Marines Ju...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

The 22nd AFA of the Fourth Armored Division was named the best marching unit of the 10 groups that participated in the Vet­ eran's Day Parade.' Another Fourth Armored unit the 553rd AIB commanded by Lt. Col. R. O. Lashley placed third in 107 E. 5th St. FURLOUGH RATES TO MILITARY PERSONNEL 300 Ave. D—Killeen SIX GIANT M-70 TANK RECOVERY VEHICLES stand ready along with personnel and vehicle equip­ ment in the motor park of the First Armored Division's 1st Tk Bn during a recent command inspec­ tion of the battalion. All men and facilities of the First Tank were inspected by Maj. Gen. William S. Biddle Division commander and members of the Division staff. Every Old Ironsides unit will be inspected during the current series of command inspections. (U.S. Army Photo by auKer 22nd Judged Top Marching Bn.In Parade the competition. About 5000 troops marched in the parade. The re­ view was made up of four bat­ talions each from the First and Fourth Armored Division plus the 35th Eng. Group and...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 25 1954 Division Member Before Activation By CPL. RONALD FRANKEL Many soldiers now serving with the First Armored Division proud­ ly trace their service back to the Division's activation date on July 15 1940 when "Old Ironsides" first came into existence at Fort Knox. One First Armored Sergeant however has a strong reason to claim that he was a member of the Division before it even came into being. Cavalry Ruled The Sergeant is 41-year old Peter Jackson of Austin administrative specialist with the Division's Sup­ port Battalion Headquarters. He served in one of "Old Ironsides' fighting units back in the days when cavalry ruled the battle­ fields and before it joined the new Division in 1940. The unit is the 13th Cavalry Regiment—now part of the Divi­ sion as the 13th Tk. Bn. Sergeant Jackson joined the 13th Cavalry Regiment at Fort Riley ..Kansas in 1934 which was then the largest cavalry training center in the world. As a 20-year old re­ cruit he rapidly learned the w...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

Page Fourteen Fence Repair Teams The HI Corps Engineer section has announced plans for fence re­ pair teams which will be utilized during coming maneuvers to be held early in 195. Co. of the 16th AEB of the 1st Armored Division has been desig­ nated as the nucleus for the fence repair teams. The company will serve as headquarters supply and administration for the operation. It is planned to have three-man working teams with each tactical company and to have a five-man team with each tactical battalion. The purpose of each team will be to cut fences and allow tanks trucks jeeps etc. to pass through then to repair the fence on the spot. After the necessary repairs are made and officer will inspect and notify the land owner. Aviation Field Publication Gets DA Approval A monthly publication for the Army aviation field has been ap­ proved by the Department of the Army which delegated responsi­ bility for editing the publication to the Army Aviation School at Camp Rucker Fourth Army headq...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

Thursday Nov. 25 1954 toy CPL. ALSTON A. MORGAN To the Non Commissioned Offi­ cer or potential NCO and to the specialist the III Corps Academy of Fort Hood offers the best train­ ing available to those selected to become better leaders and tech­ nicians. Founded in June of 1951 by Lieu­ tenant General Bruce C. Clarke fFien 1st Armored Division and Fort Hood commander the school was Holiday fruit ring baked with lots of nuts and fruits. Apple Date Cake. Choice Selection of FRENCH CAKES & DONUTS SAY: IT WILL PAY YOU TO DRIVE TO LAMPASAS TO TRADE! Open Sundays Phone 225 701 S. Key 4 designed to produce men capable of being leaders and specialists. Since its inception three years ago the school has graudated over 12- 000 students including Wac's. Basically the Academy operates three companies in order to meet the great demand for training Fort Hood personnel. Not only does it operate the top flight NCO courses but has several special technical schools. The three companies are: THE H...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

Page Sixteen Field Expedients A tank that is tipped over can be righted if two vehicles pull on it with cables but a third vehicle must hold it from the opposite di­ rection to prevent a hard drop. Simplest Field Expedients One of the simplest and yet most spectacular field expedients in­ volves the crossing of a gully by using logs. Any convoy of wheeled vehicles can cross a gully by placing just five logs across the span. The easiest crossing is for a two and one-half ton turck. It has dual rear wheels and if extra wheels are bolted on the front converting Army-AF Prepare For 'Shock Wave' In Puerto Rico FT. BROOKE P. R. (AFPS)— "Exercise Shock Wave" which will take place in Puerto Rico Dec. 7-10 will be one of the largest joint Army-Air Force training opera­ tions ever held in the Caribbean area. The 456th Troop Carrier Wing Charleston AFB S.C. supported by other units of the Eighteenth Air Force will stage a trans-is- land airlift o£ the 296th RCT. More than 2500 men of the team ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

jn W\ p$frt" "r Thursday Nov. 25 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 i'emple. Texas First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 3-5254 REAL ESTATE CITY PROIT FOR SALE D-1 FOR SALE—THREE-BEDROOM HOUSE fenced in backyard attached garage surrounded with grass and shrubbery. Contact Capt. C. W. Scott 1602 White Ave. Castle Heights Killeen. Duty phone 38278 or phone Killeen 10466. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted Male cr Femole H-3 WANTED —ARMY WIFE ON POST TO care for my little giri five. Full or part time or Sunday. Monday and Tuesday. Phone Fort Hood 36247 morn- ings. WANTED: PIANO PLAYER FOR SMALL dance band work. Call Rommie Bryan Jr. 1st Armd Div Band at 43102. MERCHANDISE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE: HALLICRAFTERS 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 ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 November 1954

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Vol. 8 No. 48 The President's Action Commit­ tee for Traffic Safety and the Na­ tional Safety Council have urged the cooperation of every communi­ ty in the United States in making Dec. 15 completely accident-free. If accidents can be materially re­ duced on that day by motorists and pedestrians they can be reduced every day of the year. Last week Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold III Corps and Fort Hood ^fcmmander issued a message on ^Bfe Driving Day. In his appeal he said in part "The traffic problem is a national one a community one and one that concerns each individual. S-D Day will demon­ strate that the place to attack the traffic safety problem is in the community and that the responsi- biliy rests upon each individual. If we can remain completely free of traffic accidents on S-D Day we Safety Offices Plan For Holiday Safety Detailed plans are being pleted by the HI Corps Safety Of­ fice in conjunction with the 1st AD and 4th AD Safety Offices for an extensive safety campaign for F...

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