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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Thursday Dec. 2 1954 Kneehole DESK Handsome addition to your home! Deep roomy drawers. Maple finish. Regular price $69.95. CHRISTMAS SALE TABLE 1 Drawer Mahogany Finish BUNK BEDS Complete two 1(0 ceil innersprinj mattres- m«. Maple finish. Only *97.50 PLATFORM Rocker Here is a welcome addition to any home. Comfort de­ luxe. Popolar fab­ ric and fine ooa- ttinction. *37.95 TIER TABLES Beautiful Mahogany finish .... THREE TER DRUM Chrome or Wrought Iron Table and 4 chairs. Choice of colors. 95 47 Christmas Sale TV CHAIR Swivel & Rocker Beautiful Upholstery! $3995 $^95 DINETTES THE ARfflMED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS FURNITURE MART AND PIGGLY WIGGLY CHRISTMAS BABY BATH-NETT COMPLETE ONLY $1 Children's Table Set Table and two chairs. Both table and chairs fold for easy storage. Choice of colors. and Inner Spring Mattress Complete $ 39 95 BUY NOW USE OUR LAY-AWAY! *795 BABY HIGH CHAIR Natural Burch Finish Plastic S1J95 Tray 14 PLAYGROUND *19»5SET Accessory Items Extra YOU CAN SLEEP LIK...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Page 6 $129.00 to $159.00 VALUES Regular $169.50 Green color in a foam rubber These are only examples of the sensational savings now available to you during our Christmas sale! CHROME DINETTES 2 Pc. MAPLE BEDROOM SUITE Bookcase bed and double dresser. Who can resist the charm of maple. Regular $169.50 2 Pc. SECTIONAL SUITE construction. Regular $199.95. 5 Pc. LIVING ROOM SUiTE Sofa bed rocker occasional chair table lamp and coffee table. Reg. $179.95. 1 GROUP ODD LAMPS Va PRICE SHAG RUGS 9x12 Size. SHAG RUGS $1^ OC 6x9 Sixe I ^*79 W ..t99M $ 3 Pc. BEDROOM SUITE Blonde bookcase bed and double dresser nite table. 119 $ 119 $ $ ALL WOOL RUGS Reg. $129.00 9x12 19.95 THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD. TEXAS FURNITURE MART-- PIGGLY WIGGLY 95 95 119 149 95 WOOL & CREPE RAYON $4Q OC RUGS. Reg. $69.95 *fT«T5l '99.95 JUVENILE DESK Ail steel with solid birch top. $39 & $49 Values $19.95 & $17.95 ONE NICE GARMENT SAVED FROM MOTHS CAN PAY FQR IT I on (mil hwwti GoarflRUtd Good HMnekeefi...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Thursday Dee. 2 1954 APPLES GOLD MEDAL 5 11 Kitchen-teste# I vSmV LNRICHED TO*** FLOUR •»S» ORANGESJuicy LEMONS T"*' TOMATOES CALAVOS SLICED BACON FRANKFURTERS SAUSAGE BOLOGNA CHUCK ROAST HAMBURGER CALF RIBS IflKFlV I mRelsH 5-Lb. Pkg. 39 BAKE YOUR GIFTS VAN CAMP'S THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS STOKELY'S ORANGE JUICE STOKELY'S FINEST APRICOTS STOKELY'S PEARS STOKELY'S TOMATO JUICE Prices Effective Thru Saturday Dec. 4th ttouoov eoiuwa wwf aPjk-.j jgflSSf 39 STOKELY'S TOMATO JUICE VAN CAMP'S HOMINY VAN CAMP'S PORK & BEANS RED BEANS ....... VAN CAMP'S BLACKBERRIES Red Delicious 4 Lb. Bag Sunkist 432 Size Doz. GOLD DOLLAR .300 Can 300 Can 59c 290 5 Lb. Bag California 1(1 j* 14 Oz. Carton lily California 190 Large Size 29e Armour Star Lb. Armour Siar Lb. Pkg. Armour Star Lb. Cello Bag Armour Star All Meat Sliced Lb. Choice Beef Lb. Fresh Ground Lb. Fresh Lb. .4690z. Can Whofeor Unpealed No. 2Vz Can Barffey Halves No. 303 Can 46-Oz. Can MSMM# $ .303 Can .300 Can 300 Can 40-0*....

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 December 1954

Thursday Dec. 2. 1954 9 S 9 FOR THE HOmE WELCOME GIFTS! 82x108 Muslin White Each 95 SHEETS 3 *1.99 CONTOUR CRIB SHEETS White or Colors 98 Cannon Bath TOWELS 20 40 Towels Solid color. Reg. 59c!.... HAND TOWELS 15 25 Assorted stripes.. MATCHING WASHCLOTHS Only Our Selection Of CROSLEY RADIOS rmance—No Greater Beauty Table Models 9 Short Wave Portables to *47 47c 37e 190 95 Model WDHX $ THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD. TEXAS E CENTER DEPT OUR GIFTS EARLY SAVE NOW OUR SUPPLY AT THIS PRICE IS LIMITED Lay-Away Now! a beautiful... 21 Inch Set Only 169 95 USE OUR EASY TERMS BENDIX ECONOMAT WASHER Fills Automatically Washes Automatically Rinses Automatically Damp-Dries Automatically Cleans itself and Shuts Off Automatically On Casters Rolls Anywhere Only $1 TO'5 •H CROSLEY SUPER-V Po9* S

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 December 1954

Vol. 8 No. 49 Involving more than 20 generals including Major General's Thom­ as L. Harrold III Corps com­ mander Wm. S. Biddle 1st AD CG T. J. H. Trapnell 4th AD commander and the 49th CG NG Maj. Gen. Albert S. Johnson of Dallas the exercise was designed to give staff members a chance to do some quick thinking on condi­ tions with the enemy using atomic bombs atomic war heads in their "artillery and nerve gas. Deliver Warheads During the early part of Satur- night Brig. Gen. John P. ley Corps Artillery com­ manding general received permis­ sion from Fourth Army Headquart­ ers to deliver "two atomic war heads" against the aggressor. Theoretically the "war" occur­ red along the Rhine River between France and Germany not to far PFC Spearman Dies In Crash PFC Sam Spearman 21 of Clarksville Tex. was pronounced dead on arrival at the James Con- nally Air Force Hospital early last Wednesday following a car- truck crash on the McGregor high­ way in which three others were hospitalized. The...

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

Page Two 4th Armored Outlines Hazards To Motorists The Fourth Armored Division's Safety Section is concerned about the importance of eliminating traf­ fic hazards. During these days of Decem­ ber members of the division will travel to all parts of the United States to spend Christmas with their relatives. With this in mind the Safety Section has selected the subjects of speed delayed breaking and skidding as the topics for these days. They are causes of acci­ dents tha tcould have been pre­ vented with the application of safe driving practices. Delayed Braking What is called delayed breaking? You are driving- your motor ve­ hicle and observe a group of chil­ dren playing alongside the curb ahead. Knowing the ways of chil­ dren you slow down cautiously as you approach. When almost op­ posite the children suddenly one of them dashes out in front of you! But you are ready—you are going slowly You save that small life! Suppose you had not slowed down cautiously as you approach­ ed the c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 December 1954

Thursday Dec. 9 1954 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Clooney Clooney Morris Clooney Domergue (IRIGADEOrchestra Clooney Gabor 0. Gabor Thursday December 9 No. 1—''Port of Hell" Dane Clark Carole Mathews and Wayne Morris No. 2—"Cannibal Attack" Johnny Weissmuller No. 3—"The Barefoot Contessa" Humphrey Bogart and Ava Gardner No. 4—"White Christmas" Bing Crosby Danny Kaye and Rosemary No. 5—"Dead Reckoning" Humphrey Bogart and Llizabeth Scott ACADEMIC DRIVE—Shuffleboard and Dance Class 162nd STREET—Name That Tune BRIGADE—Banball and Treasure Hunt NORTH FORT HOOD—Table Games NCO CLUB—NCO Wives Club Novelty Bingo Friday December 10 No. 1—"This Is My Love" Dan Duryea Linda Darnell and Faith Domergue No. 2—"White Christmas" Bing Crosby Danny Kaye and Rosemary No. 3—"The Barefoot Contessa" Humphrey Bogart and Ava Gardner J^jo. 4—"Cattle Queen of Montana" Ronald Reagan and Barbara Stanwyck Wpo. 5—"Destry" Audie Murphy and Mari Blanchard ACADEMIC DRIVE Christmas Gift Wrapping Crafts and Carol Singing 1...

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

Page Four wiSf I'oblisheu 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 etatemonrs roflccte. 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 b.v the jippartmeni 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 :*200. This publication receives Armed Fores Press Hnd payers are authorized to reprint non-copyrisrhted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: business Office P.O. Box 419. Subscription off post. $3-00 per year SI.00 for three months. Distribution on »ost. tree. All pictures are United States Armjr Sljrnal Corps noted the p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 December 1954

Thursday Dec. 9 1954 Jour Veterans Cited At 197th AFA Review Two Texans were among the four members of the 197th AFA of the Fourth Armored Division dec­ orated for their services in Korea at a recent battalion review. Brig. Gen. Ernest V. Holmes Division Artillery commander pre­ sented the Bronze Star Medal for Valor to Sgt. Joseph K. Whitehurst of Houston the Bronze Star Medal to Sgt. William R. McGee of Meri­ dian Miss. and the Commendation Ribbon with Metal Pendant to Chapman of Waco and Charles O. Barrett of Shreveport La. Refuses Relief Serving as an assistant gunner with the 555th Field Artillery Bat­ talion of the 5th Regimental Com­ bat Team Sergeant Whitehurst refused to leave his position dur­ ing an intense enemy artillery barrage. For over five hours he remained in position refusing re­ lief several times even though several direct hits were made on the gun parapet. In addition to his regular duties he assisted his section chief in directing the work of the ammunition ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 December 1954

Page Six (Conlinued from Page One) ed All-Pro in '53. He's 225 pounds of sheer murder. Kamona won his collegiate spurs at Santa €Iara and continued his grid curriculum with the pro New York Giants. It's been largely Ramona's sav­ age defensive play that has wreck­ ed the overland game of Sill's competition. Sill is also latent with strength at the ends. Flankmen Wayne Mar­ tin and Jack McClairen are rangy and fast. Martin has played with Keeping his powerful offense un­ der wraps Coach Pat Malley used four complete teams as he cleared the bench in a 31-12 victory over out manned Jarvis Christian Col­ lege. The win was the ninth straight snd tenth of the season for the Hoodmen who have lost only twice since the September 10th season opener. The Tankers relied on straight forward passing and handoffs from the quarterback to depress the lure of watchful Fort Sill scouts. The out: gunned visitors were un­ able to cope with the heavier Tank­ er line. Duncan McCauley got the Tank­ ers sco...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 December 1954

Thursday Dec. 9 1954 Jed Dommeyer a 6'4" hoop ter­ ror from the University of Min­ nesota splashed the nets for 24 points to lead the visiting Fort Carson Mountaineers to a one sid­ ed 95-75 victory over the Fort Hood Tankers. The Carson Cagers jumped to an early 8-0 lead on the deadly ac­ curacy of Dommeyer and were never headed by the hosting Hood- men. Aiding the Minnesota ace in the point department was Irwin Delopolsky former Long Island Cager who plucked for 19 points. Game Bill Schowcll was the pri­ COMPLETE STOCK SENSATIONAL NEW 1955 FORD ALL STYLES & BODIES IN STOCK AND ARRIVING DAILY WE FINANCE ALL GRADES NO DOWN PAYMENT On New Officers Just Reporting For Duty WRITE YOUR OWN DEAL if your credit is good GET THE BOYD- TARRANT DEAL IN TEXAS BOYD- TARRANT MOTOR CO. Inc. Your Friendly FORD DEALER TEMPLE TEXAS Carson Quintet Fast Breaks To 95-75 Win Over Tankers mary source of Tanker scoring with 20 points. Race To Lead Carson raced to a 20-4 lead and it wasn't until the gam...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 December 1954

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

(BBRss 1954 III! SWIVELS USED LIVING ROOM SUITES THAT MAKE BEDS NEW TV CHAIRS! II innerspring sofa and chair some floor models me used repossessed suites. About 6 suites in as rtment of fabrics. Out they go. for only enty of Easy Free Parking Give a TV Chair this Christmas. Make your heme and your loved ones more complete. Reg. 59.95 and 69.95 NOW 2 PC. USED SOFA BED SUITE Ses Crammed Full To The Rafters acate One By December 15th. We Must Make Room For This Merchandise In Our Store And Other Warehouse 1% SO DOWN-DOWN-DOWN GO PRICES TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE UNHEARD OF VALUES ALL SALES MUST BE DELIVERED IMMEDIATELY 42 FURNITURE COMPANY of KILLEEN Phone 3061 Regular $199.95 Value 50 5P.DINETTE5V/1 A MASTERPIECE in WROUGHT IRON and PLASTIC Choice of 2 Colors: Yellow or Red Carnival NATIONALLY ADVERTISED KROEHLER TELE-VUE 1 Cx? .. mmmm Modern 2-Piece Sectional As advertised nationally. Now you can make your Christmas dollars go twice as far. See our 4 |J A95 Regular 219.95 value IDv THE ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 December 1954

Page Ten By PFC. BERNARD KAPLAN (AFPS Staff Writer) NEW YORK (AFPS) Com­ munist China's recent disclosure that it: has sentenced 11 U.S. air­ men and two American civilians to long jail terms for "espionage" is the crowning evidence of a Com­ munist doublecross which began with the Korean Armistice more than a year ago. On the very first day of "Big Switch"—the post-armistice ex­ change of POWs returning U.S. prisoners brought back informa­ tion that the Communists didn't in­ tend to free all U.S. and Allied captives who desired to be re­ leased. These reports prompted the then U.S. Under Secretary of Stale Wal­ ter Bedell Smith to warn official­ ly on Aug. 9 1953 that the U.S. would recognize no exceptions to the armistice agreement that pris­ oners must not be forcibly with­ held. Little More Than Month It was little more than a month later that the Chinese Commu­ nists admitted they were doing just that. They even disclosed one of the reasons behind their treach­ ery. Through a C...

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

Thursday Dec. 9 1954 WASHINGTON (AFPS) Sec­ retary of Defense Charles E. Wil­ son told a Pentagon press confer­ ence he would recommend a mili­ tary pay increase averaging from 3-to-5 percent. He said that about $600 million of the proposed DOD budget for the 1956 fiscal year would be earmarked for the ad­ ditional wages. Mr. Wilson noted that the 3-to-5 percent figure was an overall aver­ age indicating that the pay raise would be more than that for some servicemen and less for others. The skilled technician and the ca­ reer serviceman he explained would get the largest increases. it JUSt9.95retail TV TRAYETTE SET by GAL-DAK For Smoother Smarter Serving use gay Trayettes! Choose from many beauti­ ful patterns to make your parties outstanding. The slender rubber-tipped legs are of sturdy welded tubular steel... lots of knee room too. Buffets Television Guaranteed by A ^6oed Housekeeping IIVIIM'.t EASY-TO-USE EASY-TO-STORE 1404 West Adams Ave. on hi-way 36 & 81 kWilson To Call Fo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 December 1954

Page Twelve Dr. S. MA J. GEN. WILLIAM S. BIDDLE (left) First Armored Division commander congratulates PFC Forrest C. Osborne Landisburg W. Va. the 27th AFA Soldier of the Month during a recent com­ mand inspection of the battalion. The 21-year-old driver assign­ ed to A Btr.v is standing in front of his M-7 self-propelled vehicle. (U.S. Army Photo by Clark) Retiring Army General Gets Ticker-Tape Parade NEW YORK (AFPS) Lt. Gen. Withers A. Burress First Army CG before he retired from the Army Nov. 30 was recently hon­ ored by a ticker-tape parade up E. Isdale Chiropractor "If you do not enjoy good health consult your Chiropractor" FOR APPOINTMENT Call 21 512 Gray St. Killeen FOR BUS TRAVEL Across the Nation Contact Arrow Coach Lines in Killeen. 300 Ave. D—Killeen lower Broadway in Manhattan. The general also received the city's medal of honor and scroll for distinguished service from New York's Mayor Robert F. Wagner. CHRISTMAS FURLOUGH? GO BY BUS Special Rates For Christmas Furloughs...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 December 1954

[Thursday Dec. 9 1954 QyJ1 v^- SMALL DOWN PAYMENT #U 30 MONTHS TO PAY low low We OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. EACH NIGHT IRA YOUNG AUTO AGENCY Highway 190 Killeen THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS AUTHORIZED 'What Anyone Else Can Sell- WE CAN SELL BETTER" -T r- v\ TERRIFIC! PRICES! TEMPLE SHOW ROOM AND CAR LOT! have been the largest car dealer in Central Texas for years—STILL ARE! Including... NASH KAISER HENRY FORDS Get our price on your next new ear before you trade! It doesn't cost a thing to look let us give you a trade-in price on your old automobile. If you want to buy one "out-right".... IRA YOUNG SAVES YOU MONEY. VISIT OUR TWO CONVENIENT KILLEEN LOCATIONS IRA YOUNG KAISER-WILLYS-NASH-PACKARD CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER YOUR CHOICE OF ALL NEW CARS Any time you are shopping for anew ear ... YOU'LL FIND IT AT IRA YOUNG'S. In addition to being the authorized dealer for three new ear lines we also handle any number of other makes. In other words IRA YOUNG is in the car business li...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 December 1954

Page Fourteen GUARANTEED USED CARS TRADE-INS ON 1955 FORDS We Finance ALL Grades PRIVATES to GENERALS We Have The BEST STOCK of USED CARS The LOWEST PRICES The SMALLEST DOWN PAYMENTS With The LOWEST INTEREST RATES of all the Central Texas Dealers the BOYD- TARRANT DEAL is the BEST DEAL Boyd- Tarrant MOTOR CO.. Inc. Your Friendly FORD DEALER TEMPLE TEXAS Army To Build 90 Barracks At 21 Posts WASHINGTON (AFPS) Nine­ ty new permanent barracks hous­ ing 23000 troops will be built at 21 Army posts. Each of the 90 bar­ racks will house 263 men in mod­ ern compact units replacing exist­ ing temporary buildings that the Army calls "unsatisfactory." Contracts for the construction totaling $44000000 have already been awarded. This cost includes messing facilities utilities and site px-eparation work. The actual cost for the barracks alone is about $1600 a man. Congress approved construction of the barracks last August and funds were released to the Corps of Engineers in September. All the con...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 December 1954

Thursday Dec. 9 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 Temple. First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 3-5254 REAL ESTATE CITY PROW. FOR SALE D-1 S"OR 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 Romrrv.e Bryan Jr. 1st Armd Div Band at 43102. MERCHANDISE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE CHRISTMAS SPECIALS Permanents We specialize in hair cutting and styling. BEAUTY SALON 318 10th St. Phone 14901. Killeen. Texas t"OR 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. -3R SALE: DOUBLE STRAND ORI- entai pearls. Value estimated ...

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