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

Page Two While many thousands have al­ ready departed Fort Hood for their States there are still those that for various reasons must remain behind. And for these troops the glad Christmas tidings will be at all service clubs on post theaters USO's in Killeen and Temple and the facilities of the sports arena and hobby shop. Service Clubs Christmas activities at the serv­ ice clubs started yesterday De­ cember 22 with the 4th Armored Division Chorus at the Academic Service Club. Tonight at 8:15 the same chorus will sing at the 162nd Street Club. Christmas Eve will see a taffy pull and later carolers will go about Fort Hood from all Service SEASON'S Christmas Activities Planned For Fort Hood -3-36 bb Christmas activities Clubs singing Christmas Carols. Fort Hood servicemen who are not going to be home to celebrate the Christmas holidays will find Fort Hood a very busy place full of Christmas activities just waiting for them. "Hark the Harold Angels Sing" and many more favorites will ec...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 December 1954

Thursday Dec. 23 1954 Gift Bingo Jamboree THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Thursday December 23 No. 1—"Hamlet/' Laurence Olivier and Jean Simmons No. 3—"The Violent Men/' Glenn Ford Barbara Stanwyck and Ed­ ward G. Robinson No. 4—"South Sea Woman/' Burt Lancaster and Virginia Mayo No. 5—"April In Paris/' Doris Day and Ray Bolger ACADEMIC DRIVE—Shuffleboard and Dance Class 162d STREET—Bringing in the Yule Log Party BRIGADE—Christmas Tree Party NORTH FORT HOOD—Birthday Party NCO CLUB—NCO Wives Club Meeting Friday December 24 No. 1—"The Deadly Game/' Lloyd Bridges and Simone Silva No. 3—"The Violent Men/' Glenn Ford Barbara Stanwyck and Ed­ ward G. Robinson No. 4—"The Other Woman/' Hugo Haas and Cleo Moore No. 5—"The White Orchid/' William Lundigan and Peggie Castle ACADEMIC DRIVE—Christmas Tree Party and Carol Caravan 162nd STREET—The Nite Before Christmas Party RIGADE—Caroling "The Night Before Christmas In Texas That Is" RTH FORT HOOD—Open House Santa Party and after church party 0 CLUB—DANCE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 December 1954

Page Four Iinsidfe toilets. SLEEPING PILLS Barbiturates I'DDIIsheN 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 statemonrs reflccte. 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 Hond. telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Semce nmeriai and payers are authorlzeo to reprint non-copyrighted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertislne copy should bo sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 419. Temple Texas. Subscription off post $3-00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on row tree...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 December 1954

r' .Thursday Dec. 23 1954 ous American quantities have produced an innovation at a Fort Jffood pool and saved the govern­ ment some money. Lt. R. L. Johnson Motor Pool Officer in H-C Company of the Fourth Armored Division's 553d AIB donned his thinking cap and came up with a design for a port­ able grease rack. The motor pool which has four permanent pits for greasing and checking its vehicles needed some­ thing else. A rack light enough to be portable and heavy enough to be strong was the desired item. Lieutenant Johnson who worked with a contractor in civilian life NOW OPEN HIGHWAY SEED-FEED AND NURSERY STORE We carry a line of Feed Seed and Shrubs. Also all types of Fertilizer. Everything for your yard or garden plants. I LOCATED ON HIGHWAY 190 I ortable Grease Rack Proves Motor Pool Officer's Ingenuity Ingenuity and know-how two designed one that could be made so that it can be carried or towed fam from scrap material from the sal­ vage yard. Sgt. Ronald G. Oyer of Com­ pany and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 December 1954

Page Six Kelleher The most successfully sports year in Fort Hood history nears completion. That abou4 sums up the 1954 sports program at this military reservation. From the ac­ tion packed Sunday night fight pro­ grams to the star filled grid con­ tests at Prichard success has marked all sports events. Spectator interest was high and the Hood competitors responded by winning three conveted Fourth Army championships. Hood held the runner up position in a num­ ber of others. So as the old man with the scythe prepare to move on lets look back and review the highlights of 1954. Fort Hood took first place in the Fourth Army Rifle and Pistol Meet. It was a clean cut verdict over other strong1 teams in the shoot meet. The Tankers fought their way to an upset victory in the Fourth Army Boxing tourney and relied on the gravy train of the links Billy Maxwell to win the Golf title. Role of Bridesmaid When Hood played the role of bridesmaid they played it well. The Tankers football team a jar­ ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 December 1954

Thursday Dec. 23 1954 Sc HILGENSERfr 4 FLOWERS EISENHAUER Feldman»2nd Team NEW YORK—ARMED FORCES PRESS SERVICE announced its 1954 All-Star Football Team as selected by a world-wide poll of coaches and civilian sportswriters. Halfback Billy Vessels an Okla­ homa Ail-American and winner of college football's top award in 1952 the Heisman Memorial Trophy led the voting. Vessels a speed-merchant was the spark­ plug of the top service team in the West this year Ft. Sill Okla. Runners-up to Vessels in the vot­ ing were former Illinois Ail-Amer­ ican Tommy O'Connell quarter­ back for the Boiling AFB Generals Washington D.C. and Princeton's two-time All-American end and captain of the Tigers in '52 Frank McPhee. McPhec a member of last year's All-Star team when he star­ red at Quantico Va. did his pass- hatching for the Marines at Camp Ipendleton Calif. this season. USED CARS 1952 CHEVROLET Deluxe two door radio heater elean as a pin. 1949 BUICK SUPER Four door clean and a good buy. KIMMEL ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 December 1954

Page Eight Ed Hoirston Manager BOXING ABILITY and good sportsmanship won an award for Pri­ vate Condie Valenzuela one of the 51st Armored Infantry Battal­ ion's boxers. Battalion Commander Lieutenant Colonel Wing F. Jung shown here presenting the trophy commended Private Valen­ zuela for his efforts with the team. He was chosen after his last fight by the evening's three judges. The former Oakland Calif. boy who is "strictly an amateur" fights in the featherweight class. He won two of his three bouts by knockouts the third by decision. Red Cross Asks Millions During March '55 Drive WASHINGTON (AFPS) The American Red Cross will seek $85 million in its March 1955 paign. Services to the cam- Armed Forces will again claim a major portion of the Red Cross budget next year with $36640000 slated for that purpose. The Red Cross Blood Program will require an estimated $14287- 000. A total of $5127000 is budg­ eted for disaster preparedness and relief. Health happiness and all things good tha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 December 1954

Thursday Dec. 23 1954 Ktv/.j4 •'^Wv--'v hMsm AS LOW AS $ IRA YOUNG AUTO CO DAILY ZSmmmg^S8e^W«fe^»w»8Ki KILLEEN TEXAS THL ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS i"vV We Finance All Military Personnel Regardless of Rank low down payments UP TO WE SELL ALL MAKES AND MODELS OF NEW AND USED CARS OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. IRA YOUNG LARGEST CAR DEALER IN CENTRAL TEXAS Show Room In Temple On Belton Highway MONTHS TO PAY thank you for your wonderful patronage during 1954! serve you during this coming ijssxw C-W^WSf IRA YOUNG AUTO AGENCY V\*7 ill/llgSiS Hiway 190 Killeen OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. DAILY Page Nine v*

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 December 1954

Page Ten To our many friends at Christmas time We are mindful of our debts to our friends who have fav­ ored us with their patronage. On this day we sincerely say "SERVING YOU HAS BEEN A PLEASURE" Employees and Owners of KILLEEN HARDWARE KILLEEN TEXAS numHimcejwfi v- HIGHWAY It is indeed a pleasure to thank all of you who are our loyal customers for your continued patronage* It has been a real pleasure to serve you! And it is a pleasure now to extend to you our warmest wishes for all that's bright and gay IN THIS WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS SEASON ... Get Your Best Studebaker Deal In '55 From Us In LAMPASAS STUDEBAKER AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE Phone 225 24 HOUR WRECKER & TOWING SERVICE 701 S. Key LAMPASAS TEXAS 1 BEACH—Burn Nov. 20 to PFC. and Mrs. Jessie Floyd Beach H&S Co 81st Reeon Bn. a son Robert Lero.v. DAVIS—Born Nov. 20 to Cpl. and Mrs. Andrew Claude Davis H&S Btry 68th AFA Bn. a daughter Angclia Lynn. GALLAGHER—Born Nov. 20 to Cpl. and Mrs. Claire Ronald Gallagher Bt...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 December 1954

1 11 Thursday Dec. 23 1954 & v&£ X. SKS® (Mil England's sultry siren Joan Col­ lins says she's simply horrified at the thought of being trapped into marriage. But helpless males are invariably trapped by her green- eyed stares. Statuesque Joan wat discovered by Howard Hawks a gentleman with a keen eye for screen talent. Her next picture will be "Land of the Pharaohs" for Warner Bros. 1 1 From Santa's pack to you •ur many friends and customers a bounty of good wishes for HOLIDAY SEASON FOR THE BEST BUYS IK) AUTOMOBILES SEE... DUNCAN BROS. Killeen Texas LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE: Hc V' "".- .' .. All Seeing Eyes By CPL. RONALD FRANKEL When a First Armored Division unit has a problem and wants to "throw some light on the subject" it can usually do just that by pick­ ing up the phone and dialing 41296 That's the telephone number of the Division's Searchlight Platoon a unit of the Second Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion. Most night operations req ire complete darkness for success aga...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 December 1954

Page Twelve Keeping a constant whole blood on hand the use of Fort Hood's hospitf 1 and the people of 20 Central Tjexas coun­ ties is a big order but the Waco Red Cross chapter handles it ef- feciently. Last week man of the Fourth Armored Division's Combat Com­ mand "B" were on the donation center's roster at the Fort Hood Hospital. The 144 pints they pro­ duced were more than enough to maintain the blood bank's constant level. The American Red Cross has been designated by the Department of Defense as the official agency for blood collection. Its mobile unit division the well-known "Blood- mobile" goes out from the Cen­ tral Texas Regional Blood Center in Waco and makes collections from various civilian and military units. At Fort Hood donating units are scheduled in rotation by the Post Surgeon's office. Blood is collect­ ed at the post hospital and is tak­ en to the bank maintained by the Red Cross at Waco. The first responsibility of this particular group is to provide for the po...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 December 1954

Thursday Dec. 23 1954 WASHINGTON CANS) Santa hate recruited as helpers thousands of Army men and women who a^e bent to the task of shaping (.Vyood metal leather and clay into Christmas gifts for the folks back home. Stop in at any of the 400 Craft Shops in Army installations the world over and you'll find the "do-it-yourself" devotees hard at work in off-duty time. At this table a master sergeant is busy with metal snips and tin cans he's making Christmas tree decollations to his own imaginative designs stars angels birds fish. A WAC is throwing clay on the wheel she's making a pottery "bowl. Amateur silversmiths are placing stones in metal frame­ works—special gifts for special gals. DOD Suggests Social Security For Military WASHINGTON (AFPS) The Ak Department of Defense has asked B^Congress to extend Federal social ^•jfecurity coverage and benefits to V|ll members of the Armed Forces. The DOD suggestion is current­ ly under study by a select Con­ gressional Committee headed by Rep...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 December 1954

Page Fourteen A Christmas Story The Wreck Of The 7:22 By STEWART ABEL The man and two small boys stood looking down into the area where a freight train was stopped in front of the station. The engine backed slightly to get slack then with a mighty heave with driv­ ers pinning the load slowly jerked forward to a roll. The 7:22 was on her way. "Whoo-Whoo" indi­ cated to the observers above that this was to be the start of the long run to the next division stop. Not the Freedom Train but one equally important for this one was the first of her kind on this run. As the long black engine swept into the curve the signal man stepped from his little yellow shack and waved his lantern in an arc. When the last car had passed the signalman returned to the lit­ tle shack beside the quiet track. The telegraph wires were hum­ ming with the news as the freight pulled into the mountain region headed east-bound across the floor of the valley under the long bridge doing eighty now under full load. Tak...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 December 1954

Thursday Dec. 23 1954 •GALS Legal Directory 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 Bldg. Ph. 3-5254 RENTALS ROOMS C-5 FOR RENT: ONE BEDROOM unfurnished apartment in Killeen. SFC Howard G. Fisher dy phone 36202 or see at 815 Valley Road Killeen after duty hours. MERCHANDISE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 1-1 FOR SALE: HALLICRAFTERS MODEL S-40B receiver BC-457 Transmitter com­ plete with power supply. Will consider trade ior mobile portable equipment. Contact Vernon Starnes 901 South 23rd Street Temple. FOR SALE: GIRL'S 26-INCH BICYCLE $20 good condition. No. 154. Apt. No. 8 McNair Village call 37155. LET US SERVE YOU We rent sell or repair wlaff machines and refrigerators We will be happy to demonstrate ha a Let us sew on your stripes pa he an he on Custom made belt buckles buttons and button boles PLAFF SEWING CENTER 60 S. Gray Phone 5891 tOR SALE: TWO WHEEL TRAILER like new g...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 December 1954

Page Sixteen .jr^ x* ^aR .3- :«T & £'& We Will Be Open Every Day In 1955 To Offer The Same Kind of Service OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK ~i .• ..X r±- THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS j^~\\ IT HAS BEEN OUR PLEASURE TO SERVE A LARGE NUMBER OF THE MILITARY PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD DURING THE PAST YEAR-WE ENJOYED IT! new year. Thank you! ED CANTRELL MOTOR CO BELTON TEXAS Authorized Dealer ...happy new year! We send our sincere good wishes to all our friends and patrons ... we hope this Yuletide finds you well and happy ... that this glad season fills your homes and your hearts with aglow that will last throughout the year to come. We wouhl like to take this opportunity to thank each of our customers at Fort Hood for the wonderful business tve enjoyed the past year and to extend to you and your families our very best wishes for a merry Christmas and a happy •«!i our very best wishes for a merry Christmas J) 121 North Main Phone 61 Thursday Dec. 23 1954 -Viv I •m :. b%* W- m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 January 1955

Jan 6 1955 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Romero Keel Romero Thursday January 6 No. 1—"The Detective" Alec Guinness and Joan Greenwood No. 2—"Trouble in Store" Norman Wisdom and Margaret Rutherford No. 3—''The Americano" Glenn Ford Ursula Thiess and Cesar No. 4—"The Bridges at Toko-ri" William Holden Fredric March Grace Kelly and Mickey Rooney No. 5—"Ride Vaguero" Robert Taylor Ava Gardner and Howard Friday January 7 No. 1—"The Weak and the Wicked" Simone Silva and Glynis Johns No. 2—"The Bridges at Toko-ri" William Holden Fredric March Grace Kelly and Mickey Rooney No. 3—"The Americano" Glenn Ford Ursula Thiess and Cesar No. /i—"Twelve O'CIock High" Gregory Peck Gary Merrill and Dean Jagger No. 5—"The Golden Mistress" John Agar and Rosemarie Bowe Saturday? January 8 j. 1—"The Americano" Glenn Ford Ursula Thiess and Cesar Romero Fio. 2—"The Bridges at Toko-ri" William Holden Fredric March Grace Kelly and Mickey Rooney Brennan Jagger No. 3—''Trouble in Store" Norman Wisdom and Margaret Ruthe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 January 1955

Page Four Published in the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Po Icles and a I a a writers and under no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute fo? Department of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Infoiroat^Offlce.A^ored Hood telephone 3200. This publication receiwfSout writt«i and payers are authorized to reprint non-copyrighted AFPS material witnout wmreo permission from AFPS Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 419 Temple Texas Subscription off post $3-00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free All pictures are United States Army Klmal Corps photorraphs. tJnleKS other^lse aoted the publication of these is not restricted except the lor advertising purposes at which time permission of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 January 1955

lursday Jan 6 1955 I™ IF 'w Both CWO Clarence L. Umbeg- er Bristol Tenn. and Sgt. |Vil- lia'm Maurer Columbus Ga. hre completed arrangements will take them to distant parts. Warrant Officer Umberger ? who has been personnel officer :r the 501st Replacement Compav since August 1951 plans to enr the automotive parts business Los Angeles. During his 30 years service has received the following dec rations: Bronze Star Medal Eur pean-African the tRGAIN NO. 1 tPARA KAPAK IGAIN NO. 2 ill Road IFY Quality—Recognized fee 1915 by outdoorsmen ir the world. MsssSw Positive Protection—Ask FqMFY IT TOT W \V WDERSON commanding: officer of the 53rd Signal Battalion opened the March of Dimes drive "in Ms battalion by gathering each of his companies' representatives together and each S\Tng a contribution. They are left to right Lt. Lsle Canf.eld Lt. Robert F. Smith Jr. Maj Jerome 15 lb. Whit. f\ CANVAS Pratt rant Guv A. McQuain Maj. William Koester Colonel Anderson Capt. Charles R. Harrison Lt. Georg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 January 1955

Page Six Hawaii NG Unit Repeats As Champs Hawaii National Guard unit the 120th MP Co. scored 1706 points out of a possible 1750 to win the annual NG Military Police Pistol Matches for the third straight year. All members of the winning officers in Honolulu and all made up the team which won the match­ es in 1952 and 1953. The victory enables the Hawaii shooters to retain the Army Pro­ vost Marshal General Trophy for another year. Each team member will receive a silver medal from the Chief of the NG Bureau. Retired pay for Army veterans initially was authorized in 1861 when the first Army officers re­ tired. In those days an officer needed 40 years' service to retire. USED CAR CHUCK HOLLO WAY—(10) of Fort Ord (lashes around left end to pick up valuable yardage for the Warriors. Big Ed Rowland (71) and Ed Crowder (16) of Fort Hood move in to make the tackle. The Warriors fleet-footed back was a big gun in Ord's 36-0 victory over the Tankers. The teams met in Galveston for the Shrimp B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 January 1955

lay Jan. 6 1955 ^essii of mac: Regains Tennis Title 'NEY (AFPS) The U.S. Australia 3-2 in the Davis allenge round to regain pos- of the trophy emblematic •rid amateur tennis supre- after four years. Thi# marks the 17th triumph for the U.S. since the start of Davis Cup competition in 1900. Australia has won the trophy 11 times Great Britain nine and France six. A "ftOC The international trophy was do­ nated by the late Dwight F. Davis then an undergraduate at Har­ vard. Originally tennis competition was between the U.S. and the ANSWERS TO WORD TEST. 1 eager 2 faulty 3 old age 4 feeble 5 alienate 6 integrity 7 Argot 8 Trusting 9 pertinent 10 one-sided 11 tofawn 12 speci­ ous reasoning 13 joker 14 nurse 15 belligerent 16 conclusive 17 confirmed 18 agile 19 vapid 20 a cop. Famous name reduced. British Isles but was later open­ ed to all nations. Davis who was Secretary of War under President Coolidge was a member of the first U.S. Davis Cup squad. Navyman Tony Trabert took the first sin...

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