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

Page Two Hem in me main streets ui jan»ccn .1<p></p>Hood. A float depicting the youth activi­ ties at Fort Hood was displayed last Monday evening in Killeen un­ der the direction of the Fort Hood Dad's Club. Lt. Col. Ralph H. Elliott and WOJG Philip W. Foley were re­ sponsible for the supervision of the project. Designing and deco­ rations were under the direction of Cpl. John Comives and PFC Ken­ neth A. Skillicorn. The 24th Engineers contributed the trailer while Post Transporta­ tion supplied a tractor that carried the project. HI Corps Academy was responsible for the building of the display and the Fort Hood Range Section provided the Christ­ inas tree. Each youth activity at Fort Hood was represented on the float. Mrs. Beulah Barrows and Mrs. Olga Young supervised the Youth Activi­ ties School program with Mary Harper and Ricky Pierpont of the Kindergarten being representatives. Nursery selectees were Cindy Fo- garty and Susan O'Brien. Unders School was represented ...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Thursday Dec. 2 1954 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Morris NEW (EASTMAN COLOR Thursday9 December 2 No. 1—"Hell's Output/' Rod Cameron and Joan Leslie No. 2—''The Snow Creature" Paul Langton and Leslie Denison No. 3—"PHFFT" Judy Holiday Jack Carson Jack Lemmon and Kim Novak No. 4—"Dead Reckoning" Humphrey Bogart and Lizabeth Scott No. 5—"Executive Suite" William Holden June Allyson and Bar­ bara Stanwyck ACADEMIC DRIVE—Shuffleboard and Dance Class 162nd STREET—Name That Tune BRIGADE—Ban-ball Clock Golf and Special Party NORTH FORT HOOD—Place the Face Friday9 December 3 No. 1—"Cry Vengeance" Mark Stevens Joan Vohs and Martha Hyer No. 2—"Destry" Audie Murphy and Mari Blanchard No. 3—"PHFFFT" Judy Holiday Jack Carson Jack Lemmon and Kim Novak No. A—"Port of Hell" Dane Clark Carole Mathews and Wayne Morris No. 5—"Twist of Fate" Ginger Rogers and Jacques Bergerac ACADEMIC DRIVE—Christmas Gift Night Crafts and Wrapping Carol Singing 4^pl62nd STREET—Truth or Consequences ^^BRIGADE—"Mistletoe" Dance...

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

Page Four vn E„t 42na streel P*QJ* fubltsbeo in the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood Texa?. every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. PQliciPs and •tatemonrb reflecte. In the news and editorial columns represent views of the IndhIdiual writers and under no circumstances are to he considered those of the Department ot the Army. Advertisements in this publication do not constitute an ®nd"r®em"Atp* a a is A nuhllcatlon shoull be sent to the Public Information Office permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business WILLIAM. 8. W Vishinsky "n"™" People who knew him have said that Vishinsky was a man of charm who probably privately preferred to travel the road of honor rather than the one which fate thrust upon him. But he was a kept hatchet- man who had only the bitter cup of scornful insolence to drink from and it always fell to him to espouse a philosophy which in his later years he doubtless never believed in and o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Thursday Dec. 2 1954 Fort Carson Next The Fort Hood Tankers trying earnestly to build on to their slim early season win record held off a whirlwind Prairieview A&M rally in the final ten minutes to whip tht visiting Panthers 80-74 in the first of a two game series. In the second encounter the Prairieview team led by the deadly accuracy of Clarence Ludd and James Gamble By America squads." While Captain Brown claims that he's slowed down somewhat through the years Lieutenant Gal­ lotte insists that he's still a fine basketball player. "He's a strong backboard man and a good shot" says Lieutenant Gallotte. "I believe his best shot is a one-handed set shot." "It's hard to keep up with the young fellows on the team" Cap­ tain Brown remarked. HAND MADE GIFTS Mode To Order Gift wrapping Personal Monograms FREE Ceramic Instruction Aleene's Ceramic Studio & Gift Shop Across From High School 511 East Rancier Ph. 13741 'Fort Hood Cagers Ramble Over Prairie View 80-74 took an early lea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Page Eight By PFC George Appel The success of highly technical military operations only possible in the modern world is often de­ pendent on the simplest engineer­ ing operations which have not changed in principle though in method for hundreds of years. Tower construction road building and carpentry—1crafts that have been around for a long time—this week demonstrated their value to Army Aviation here. As a striking example of the de­ pendence of the complex on the simple SFC Ted Jordan a West Virginian and his construction de­ tail from Co. 46th Engineer Battalion rapidly completed a pro­ THE ALL-NEW 1955 ject at the South Fort Hood Air­ strip which will stay in the air permanently without refueling! After final plans were completed by the 35th Eng. Group drafting section to the specifications and initial plans of Maj. Ned B. Baker base operations officer this pro­ ject was ready to go up. Rising a bit slower than an L-19 Liaison Plane (it took 12 working days for it to attain its ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Thursday Dec. 2 1954 Soldier Of The Month M-Sgt. Pedro Cabiad survivor of the Bataan "Death March" ex Philippine Scout former fron* line combat soldier in Korea and vet­ eran of 25 years of Army service has been selected "Soldier of the Month" of the First Armored Division's 91st AFA. Sergeant Cabiad thus demon­ strated that he's a top notch sol­ dier both in combat and in garri­ son where he is now helping to train men in America's vital de­ fense program. "I'm very happy to be chosen for this honor in such a fine di­ vision" was the modest comment of the small dark-complexioned sergeant. Member of A Btry A member of A Btry 91st AFA Battalion Sergeant Cabiad was 21 years old when he joined the Phi­ lippine Scouts in 1929 and was as­ signed to a field artillery unit at Fort Stotsenburg. He remained in the Scouts until February of 1945 and the events and dates of that long period of service are still vivid in his -nind as he remembers them today par­ ticularly the rigors of the Phili...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

S£S Ten Three Courses BV CPL. RONALD FKANKEL Behind he devastating fire power of the First Many of the required skills have been taught in the classrooms of the First Armored Division Artil­ lery Specialist School at Fort Hood. Two Courses The Specialist School has been in existence for more than two years and is presently conduct­ ing two courses. A Survey course trains artillerymen to pinpoint the locations of friendly and enemy positions by means of precision surveying instruments and the Met­ ro course teaches the evaluation of weather conditions which effect the flight of artillery shells. A third a Flash-ranging course that will train skilled surveymen to locate enemy positions from the flash of enemy guns will begin in the near future. At the Survey school 92 students drawn from the Division's artillery battalions busy themselves with prevision engineering instruments —transits theodolites and steel tape measures—working out sur­ vey problems to gain the know­ ledge required ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

I1 Thursday Dec. 2 1954 ankers Stage Successful ight Attacks' On Aggressor Two First Armored Division tank companies their M-47 Patton tanks undaunted by the mud caused by recent heavy rains suc­ cessfully carried out realistic "night attacks" against an "Ag­ gressor" enemy on the Fort Hord Reservation this week. Companies and of the 100th Tk. Bn. operating independently moved from assembly areas into attack positions at 8 p.m. Monday night. The objective: an aggres­ sor force composed of men and vehicles from each company ly­ ing approximately 500 yards away. All tank firing during the prob lems was simulated but the tank­ ers nevertheless got a thorough workout. Working with theoretical infan­ try and artillery support the tank companies launched their assaults in thickly wooded areas and in nearly total darkness. Support* was given the tankers by technicians of the Division's 2nd AAA. A searchlight crew fo­ cused its beam on a low-lying cloud formation thus lighting up the "Aggre...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Page Twelve ROTH Sergeant Decides To Leap- Prevents Highway Disaster FT. MacARTHUR CALIF. (AFPS) Army Sgt. Jesus Ro- sario played leap frog from a runaway five-ton truck and wound up with a newspaper award for gallantry and a $100 check be­ sides. Sergeant Rosario isn't a man who believes in wasting energy. But he moves plenty fast when he has to. He had to when the Army truck locked in high gear and went racing down a mountain grade at 70 mph with Rosai'io in the rear holding on for dear life. Wrestled with Wheel Cpl. Lonnie Thomas the driver of the berserk vehicle wrestled with the wheel for more than five miles unable to keep to the right side of the road but managing to miss by inches an oncoming Greyhound bus a stalled commer­ cial truck and numerous passenger cai's. Rosario realized there was only one thing to do. Climbing over the tailgate he careened onto a towed 77mm gun cariage weaving craz- ily behind the truck. Balancing himself with the te­ nacity of a mountain goat Ros...

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

Thursday* Dec. 2 1954 4*? I Our Record Speaks For Its Self.... Compare em WE ARE NOTED FOR OUR PROMPT SERVICE TO ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL Buy A 1955 FORD NOW Pay Next Year! GET EVERYONE'S BEST DEAL then come to Love Bros: In Lampasas WE CAN TRADE WITH YOU AND WILL all LAMPASAS TEX. pretties you ever saw. SEE LOVE BROS. IN WE ARE ROLLING NOW! We have had a three month new car drought while the fac­ tory was retooling for the 1955 models. During this time we were short of new cars. But that is all in the past. we have what you want or can get it. Come in soon! FULL SWING We are in full swing now. We will be unloading new 1955 Fords every few days between now and Christmas. Our used car stock is low ... your old car price is still up-—we are out to beat our record on a strictly volumn basis .. NOW IS THE TIME TO TRADE. "Biggest Little Ford Dealer In Central Texas" look into every trade and do our best to trade the way you wish. LOW PRICE FIELD HIGH PRICE FIELD THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT H...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Page Fourteen By 24th AEB Training At Inks Lake SGT. JAMES BOYLE Whirlwind advances such as the Fourth Armored Division made across Europe in World War are governed by the ability of its heavy equipment to overcome many natural obstacles. it a rtgktm One of these obstacles water has been the chief concern of units of the Fourth Armored's 24th AEB training at Inks Lake State Park. Preparing for the role they may someday play in a combat situa­ tion each engineer unit construct- PVT. CHARLES HARDY of Newton Miss. and Cpl. Henry Tal- bert Dallas Tex. raise the adjustable bridge trestle in the con­ struction of a steel treadway pontoon bridge by Co of the Fourth Armored Division's 24th AEB during a week-long training exercise nt Inks Lake State Park. (U.S. Army Photo by Robitaille) PFC PAUL HOWARD of Lamarque Tex. of E Co of the Fourth Armored Division's 24th AEB eases the controls of a truck-mount- ed crane during the construction of a steel treadway ponteoon bridge at the Inks Lake St...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Thurs y Dec. 2 1954 ntributes Aid To Army Most First Armored Division soldiers are content to leave their favorite hobbies for their leisure hours to be tinkered with in the quiet of the barracks hobby shop or home. For PFC Russell F. Decatur Westford Mass. a Ham radio op­ erator serving with "Old Iron­ sides" 100th Tank Battalion a hob­ by is something to take with him wherever he goes and something that pays dividends for the Army as well. Radio Repairman Private Decatur is a radio re­ pairman with the battalion's com­ munication section who has rigged up a complete radio transmitter and receiving set in the trunk of his 1949 automobile. A veteran radio operator Pri­ vate Decatur began building sets when he was 14-year old as a school boy in Westford. There he constructed radio controlled boats and model planes that he says "Really worked." Today he is one of the few licensed mobile radio operators in the country. Designed Radio Equipment In 1951 Private Decatur gradu­ ated with a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Page Sixteen Lt. Col. Ulrich J. Morse Post Exchange Officer has initiated a program of information for the troops of the Fort Hood Military Post. The subject of this informa­ tion is "You and Your Exchange" The mission of this information is to acquaint the members of the Armed Forces with the functions and services of the Armed Force Exchanges. Principle stress has been em­ phasized on why the troops should protect the Exchange privileges. Armed Force Exchanges are trad­ itional sales stores for service per­ sonnel recognized by law. In the states they offer items of con­ venience and items of necessities. Overseas they provide items and services not otherwise obtainable. They also advertise and popularize American goods. Every cent of their profit comes back to service personnel in the form of recreational activities and programs. To protect and keep the Exchange privilege every service­ man should observe the following "Don'ts": a. Don't lend your card to un­ authorized persons. ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Thursday Dec. 2 1954 ONE OF THE NORTH KOREAN'S "BIGGEST HEADACHES" Sgt. A. J. Becker of Waco received the Commendation Ribbon with Metal Pendant for his anti-communist activities while a prisoner of war at a recent ceremony. Maj. Gen. Thomas J. H. Trapnell Commanding General of the 4th Armored Division made the award to Sergeant Becker who spent nearly three years as a communist prisoner. During that time he spoke openly against communism and refused to attend indoctrination lec­ tures. He is assigned to the 4th Qm Bn. (U.S. Army Photo) Three 4th Armd Men Receive Decorations Three Fourth Armored Division men were recently presented with the Commendation Ribbon with Metal Pendant by Division Com­ mander Maj. Gen. Thomas J. H. Trapnell. Two of the men Len L. Clepper and SFC George G. Purvis were cited for distinctive performance in their duty assignments. The third Sgt. A. J. Becker was ac­ corded the honor for exemplary conduct while a prisoner of war in North Korea from November 195...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Thursday Dec. 2 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory A*1 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law l'emple. Texas First Nat'l Bidg. Ph. 3-5254 REAL ESTATE CITY PROrT. 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 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 1-1 FOR SALE: LEICA CAMERA. WITH three lenses seven and one-half horsepower Firestone outboard motor Coleman stove and gas lantern. Contact Sgt. Bill Frazier. duty phone 35210. FOR SALE: DOUBLE STRAND ORI- ental pearls. Value estimated at S250 .will sell for $150. Contact Mrs. George Lindon Bldg. 256. apt. No. 4 McNair ^Village or phone 33155. TOR SALE: ...

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

Page Twenty New Officers NO DOWN PAYMENT OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK There Goes Another Ed Cantrell Ford! Cantrell T1 icrl HE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS NO OTHER FORD DEALER OFFERS THIS CHOICE STOCK iSfessz CANTRELL MOTOR BELTON TEXAS Authorized Dealer See Us For The Best Selection In Texas NEW SHIPMENT ARRIVED Complete Selection ^L. Thursday Dec. 2 1954 AS LITTLE AS DOWN WILL DELIVER A 1955 NEW FORD We Finance All Military Personnel OPEN UNTIL 9PM FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE 121 North Main Phone 61

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Fage 8 »r*« TO BE GIVEN AWAY DEC. 4th Save timely To Be Given Away December 11 \ooVc AOTOMat\C nDAU/IIIP EVERY DAY FROM NOW UlfHWinU UNTIL CHRISTMAS! Nothing To Buy... ASK IN EITHER STORE FOR DETAILS AN ELECTRIC TRAIN FOR SOME LUCKY CHILD FREE DELIVERY On Furniture within 60 mles of KILLEEN THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOWiTEXAS fnoney/ TOYS-FURNITURE CHINA-TV SETS RADIO GROCERIES USE OUR LAY-AWAY REGISTER FREE For New Automatic Bendix Washer 25 TURKEYS FREE TURKEY A DAY TO BE GIVEN AWAY FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS Best Wishes from Furniture Mart Piggly Wiggly AND YOUR HOME CENTER DEPARTMENT Thursday Dee. 2 1954 PIGGLY-WIGGLY FURNITURE MART HOME CENTER Plenty Of Free Gifts! EASY TERMS

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Thursday. Dee. 2. 1954 J—*- W 9 1 •fiY IvP^ rJ THMIMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD. TEXAS IICCIY WIKIY moRT eveevTNMG to* we PAM/LY/ And The HOME CENTER owtAwuuj CkutfMuu Mite! Visit These Stores In Killeen For Outstanding Bargains In Every Department!

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Page WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES AND REFUSE SALES TO DEALERS Arrow Black Pepper Mrs. Parkers Oleo STOKLEY'S FINEST PEACHES STOKELY'S STOKLEY'S STOKLEY'S CORN Honey Pod STOKLEY'S CUT GREEN BEANS STOKLEY'S CATSUP SALE ON Stokely-Van Camp Buffet Size Can Just the size for a couple or a quick meal YOUR CHOICE Stokley's Whole Unpeeled Apricots Stokley's Fruit Cocktail Stokley's Citrus Salad Stokley's Apple Sauce Stokley's Grapefruit Sections Stokley's Whole Kernel Corn Stokley's Cream Style Golden Corn Stokley's Honey Pod Peas Stokley's Cut Wax Beans Stokley's French Style Beans Stokley's Cut Green Beans Van Camp Butter Beans Van Camp Pork & Beans Van Camp Red Beans Van Camp New Orleans Kidney Beans MIX 'EM UP! SAVE! SALAD DRESSING**.*"' COFFEE ft. THE ARMORED SENTINEL^MRT HOOD. TEXAS FRUIT COCKTAIL STOKLEY'S PIE CHERRIES STOKLEY'S APPLE SAUCE h. GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Prices Effective Thru Saturday Dec. 4th Whole Kernel STOKLEY'S CREAM STYLE CORN Golden STOKLEY'S PEAS GOLD DO...

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