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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 January 1955

Page Eight FORT SA»I HOUSTON The death of Maj. Gen. Charles Lewis Scott in Washington recently not only marked the passing of a pion­ eer military figure but it also served to call attention of Amer cans to the remarkable growth and achievements of United States Armor. For the vision pioneering spirit and ability that were General Scott's always will be indelibly connected with the transition of the hard riding horse mounted cavalryman into the thrusting hard-hitting armored man in me­ chanized vehicles. A superior horseman and a sup­ erior tankman during his lifetime General Scott always will be a symbol of the transition period and of the close relationship and tradi­ tion which bind the old horse Cavalry with Armor. Cavalry Successor Though he was chief of the Army's Remount Service from 1924 until 1928 and leader of the U.S. Olympic Equestrian Team in 1932 Scott in spite of his love for horses was one of many cavalry­ men who had the vision to under­ stand the potentialities of ...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 January 1955

|V\ Thursday Jan. 20 1955 fcft j^% The Fort Hood 1 iiisi^yy 4 rnie Rudy Band Plays NCO Mess Non-Commission­ ed Officers' Club will "shake rat­ tle and roll" this Saturday evening beginning at 8 p.m. for the Ernie Rudy Orchestra will appear here for the second time in three months. The Ernie Rudy group appeared here last November and really created a sensational performance at the NCO Club and for those who missed the last performance will want to hear the next. Ernie Rudy popularly known as the daffy drummer and formerly. With the Sammy Kaye Orchestra features such stars in their own right as Don Rogers Chubby (No- Nox) Silvers Charlie Wilson and Phil Gilbert. Known for its smooth style and a highly danceable tempo the band is under the expert leader­ ship of Rudy and has proven high­ ly popular wherever it has played. It formerly recorded for Coral and now on the Derby label and have several major television programs in the offering. Don Rogers the handsome red- •head is the featur...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 January 1955

Page Ten The latest puzzler revolved around the battalion's new weap­ on the accurate and deadly 4.2 millimeter mortar colossus of Army mortars. CHOCOLATE CHEESE CAKE PINEAPPLE ANGEL FOOD WITH PINEAPPLE FROSTING ORANGE CHIFFON CAKE APPLE TURN-OVERS CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS CREAM PUFFS ALSO: DANISH and FRENCH PASTRIES VISIT OUR COFFEE BAR On your next coffee break or while down town shopping. THE BAKE SHOP 410 North 8th Arty Men Lick Mortar Problem mr 1 +u« tvio luoonnn ic nnvripfj in an M- he auicklv unloaded and readied appears to solve Members of the First Armored Division's 68th Armored Field Ar­ tillery Bn. at Fort Hood know how to lick a problem when one comes up. The weapon is carried in an 75 Armored Personnel Carrier a full-tracked fast-moving vehicle capable of transporting its six- man crew over the most rugged terrain into the heart of battle. The problem was to keep the heavy weapon from shifting inside the APC and injuring the crew but at the same time allowing it to Killeen N...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 January 1955

$8 Thursday Jan. 20 1955 'C t.i. TWO NICE LOCATIONS KILLEEN N. On Highway 190 THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS NEW 1955 FORDS WW Does Your Old Car Have One Wheel In The Grave? DOCTOR YOUNG HUNDREDS OF NEW AND USED CARS TO CHOOSE FROM here is an example of how prices are running... A Very Low Down Payment Will Be The Doctor's Answer To Your Old Car Trouble WE FINANCE ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL IRA YOUNG LARGEST CAR DEALER IN CENTRAL TEXAS answer! NEW 1955 CHEVROLETS 1695. UP TO 30 MONTHS TO PAY BALANCE A s .ji.- 0 Page Eleven mt II g- 'icA

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 January 1955

Page TVelv* HOME AWAY FROM HOME—Colonel Har­ old M. Forde of Iron Mountain Wyo. com­ mandant of the Strategic Intelligence School locates Egypt on the globe for Mrs. T. C. Ander­ son of Kendall Fla. Her husband a lieutenant WASHINGTON The spirit of Molly Pitcher lives on in the wives of some 150 U.S. Army officers as­ signed to embassies and legations in the world's capitals. These women unlike the redoub­ table Molly never will stand in the firing-line with their husbands. But in every other sense they are on active duty with the Army. Attache wives are half of a care­ fully-chosen highly trained team. As such they are mentioned speci­ fically in Army regulations cover­ ing assignment to the Army attache system. Like their husbands they are cit­ izens by birth who are free of any influencing relationships with any foreign country. They must be dis­ tinguished by their dignity person­ ality character and loyalty to the United States and present a good appearance and bearing. In shor...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 January 1955

'4fff »v Thursday Jan. 20 1955 LEGALS tegql Directory A-X 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 Bid*. Ph. 3-5254 RENTALS HOUSES UNFURNISHED C-4 FOR RENT—FOUR-ROOM HOUSE BATH located at 407 North Avenue Lampasas. For further information contact Mrs. Laura Elliott telephone 44130. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY OWNER: TWO BEDROOM home fenced back yard. 1S13 White Ave.. Killeen. tlXCLUSIVE BUENA VISTA ADDITION is now offering for the first time limited number of highly restricted lots If you are planning on building your dream home it will pay you to sec these distinctively different home sites. All conveniences of course. Shown by appointment only. Phone 7873 or 2205. Killeen Texas. MERCHANDISE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Fort Hood 42211. 00 8. Gray Phone 5891 t"OH SALE SPRINGFIELD RIFLE .30 caliber perfect condition re-blued 55U. CWO Smith 822 South College Street Killeen telepho...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 January 1955

Paee Fourteen tppliiiii THE NEW FAIRLANE SEDAN is a truly distinguished car that will be at home in the finest company. SEVERAL 1954 the Thunderbird And Ford's long low Thunderbird-inspired lines are complemented by exciting new interior styling—and many rich upholstery materials never before used in an automobile. FORDS LOW MILEAGE OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE you CAN own one of these beautiful new 1955 Fords... WE HAVE A FINANCE PLAN For All Military Personnel Stop At Our New Location THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS do it of E an re design a plan for you--one that will al­ low you to drive a "GOOD CAR" at a low price— LOW PAYMENTS TOO! On Killeen-Belton Highway! BELTON TEXAS SW«! ED CANT ra&ftr. MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER SiSSti a better deal.. a better selection BELTON In Ford's new Fairlane Customline Mainline and Station Wagon Series—you'll see styling that was inspired by the Thunderbird—the distinguished Ford personal car that was received with s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 January 1955

VOL. 9 No. 4 itm Tanks and Armored Personnel Carriers from the First Armored Division's 13th Tank Battalion were "knocked out of action" Monday behind aggressor lines in unfamiliar territory on the Fort Hood Reservation and the crews told it was up to them to make it back to friendly lines if they could. Despite the lack of daylight and the cold weather nearly everyone did. Aggressor troops also from the battalion reported they were able to capture less than a handful of len despite the fact over 40 crews infiltrated their lines dur­ ing the night. Behind Lines Every crew in the battalion from the colonel and his tank crew to the maintenance crews and security squads will be put on their own behind aggressor lines before the week is over. The problem was designed by Lt. Col. John P. Sheffey Marion. Va. battalion commander and Maj. Chandler E. Campbell N. Hollywood Calif. operations offi­ cer to give the men in the bat­ talion practice in escape and eva­ sion techniques under night c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 January 1955

Page Two By RONALD FEANKEL er with The First Armored Division has two brothers in its fighting or­ ganization who have learned about communism the hard way—by ex­ perience. The brothers are Privates First Class Franz and Wendelin Schmich Grand Rapids Mich. tank drivers in the 13th Tank Battalion who before coming to the United States traveled thousands of miles through six European countries fleeing the advancing Red Army most of the way. Franz 27 and Wendelin 24 were born in the German community of Krnjaja a town in northern Yugo­ slavia located some 20 miles from the Hungarian border. They at­ tended public school and the town's Gymnasium a secondary school similar to American high schools. "Toward the end of our school­ ing" said Franz "in the later stages of the war every Yugosla­ vian man of military age and Ger­ man descent was drafted into the German Army." "I missed mili­ tary service by two months" he said. Father Captured Wendel Schmich the father of Franz and Wendelin how...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 January 1955

J? Thursday Jan. 27 1955 4th AD Presents Variety Review Comedy music and dance acts will be featured in the Fourth Arm­ ored Variety Review tonight in Theater One by Division Special Services. The review starting at 8:15 o'­ clock will present the talents of the Division Band under the baton of CWO Andrew Stumpf the Divi­ sion Chorus directed by Cpl. Jack Zie who will also do vocal solos and two lovely vocal stylists Joy Gage and Pat Andrews. Comedy sketches and routines Will come from Cpl. Sandy Gollins and Cpl. Paul Shively who were seen in a recent Special Services show "The Potboiler". PFC Norm Gross makes his Special Services debut in the comedy skit. Under the direction of PFC. Fred Burstein the show will be MC'd by PFC Chuck Dicke'rson who has been seen in several previous stage service club and television shows. Female Vocalist Pat Andrews who is currently NCO Wives Club The NCO Wives' Club held its gular monthly luncheon on ursday Jauary 20 at the NCO Ijpen Mess. Mesdames F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 January 1955

m-'-x Page Four US East 42nd Street PabHahea In tbe Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood Texas arery Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company Temple Texas. Policies and statements reflected 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 ot 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 Form Press Service material •nd papers are authorized to reprint non-copyrighted AFPS material without written pcnnlss'on from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Offlee 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 S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 January 1955

.Thursday Jan. 27 1955 By JACK KOTEN To spend $1500000 each month would bring nothing but pleasure to most people but to the person­ nel of the First Armored Division Finance Office it means long hard work. The office which is responsible for paying every man in the di­ vision disburses the large sum of money every month and has yet to lose or make a nickle.' As Capt. Herman Greathouse Locust Grove Okla. present di­ vision finance officer says "It just isn't allowed." Pay Card Changes In an average month the finance office processess: 1670 allotments 1400 transfers in 1300 transfers out 800 travel vouchers 1900 mili­ tary orders 1500 soldier's deposit fbooks. The number of changes on pay cards averages nearly one per man per month. All this to keep the officers and men of the division paid properly. "Actually' said Captain Great- house "anything that happens to man in the Army usually affects Phis pay record in some manner or another." The office does its work so effi­ ciently that ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 January 1955

Page Six Utah Up Squeeze Past TAC Five 72-70 Fort Hood cagers took a nip and tuck 72-70 victory over the Artil­ lery Center quint at Fort Sill Sat­ urday after dropping a 68-60 de cision to the 17th Field Artillery Group team at the Oklahoma post on Friday. The Tankers sporting a season records of 8-7 in the won-loss col­ umn play host to the Artillery Center cagers this Friday and Sat­ urday night at Sports Arena No. 1. In the Friday tilt at Sill the hosts shot to a 6-0 lead. John Gus- tin tallied the first two pointer for the Tankers and Sullivan added a bucket to close the gap to 8-4. From this point on the Hoodmen started to roll. Baxter and Showell found the mark with alarming regularity and Hood rallied into a 23-22 lead with 16 minutes gone in the first half. The lead consistent­ ly changed hands from this point on. David Harper widened the gap with a sparkling jump shot and Bill Showell rolled in a field goal to push the Tankers ahead 32-25. The Artillery Center added a pair...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 January 1955

Barksdale Wins An awesome crowd of over 4000 fans gathered at the sports arena Sunday to watch another top notch boxing card offered by the 1st Armored Division Special Services. It was the third fistic festival of 1955. The ringside onlookers spent most of the evening sitting on the edge of their seats as emotions packed the thrilling fight card. Charles Taylor a husky gladia­ tor from the Fourth Armored Di­ vision's 37th Tank Bn was re­ sponsible for most of the excite­ ment. His stirring performance against Robert Johnson Hood light welterweight champion was a jewel of amateurism. His offensive onrush enabled him to lift the tottering crown of Johnson who two weeks ago put on a stirring rally to hold his crown against this same battling Taylor. This time it was no drawing of the line and Taylor rushed to the spectacular victory with a knock­ out in the second canto. Taylor sent the champion to the canvas ^at the beginning of the second found for an eight count knock­ -down. After...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 January 1955

Page Eight OLSON HONORED CHICAGO Jan. 25 (IP) Carl (Bobo) Olson the middleweight champion is the best fighter of 1954 as far as the Chicago boxing writers and broadcasters are con­ cerned. He was named for that honor and will receive a plaque here on Feb. 6 at a dinner. ROBES /2 PRICE CHISOX TRADE FOR SZEKELY CHICAGO Jan. 25 (IB The White Sox have traded outfielder Don Nicholas to the Havana Sugar Kings for outfielder Joe Szekely. Szekely who batted .265 and hit 14 homers at Tulsa last season was acquired by Havana during the off- dlkkmanA FINAL CLEARANCE new merchandise added SWEATERS NYLON GOWNS MATERNITY DRESSES Priced $5 to $10 BLOUSES Vi PRICE COCKTAIL DRESSES HICKMAN'S Ladies' Specialty Shop Across From Post Office KILLEEN TEXAS THE RANCH MOTEL ROOM 21-22 THURS. FM. SAT. UPRIGHTS: Was Now Whitney $135 $ 75 Wurlitzer 180 125 H.P. Nelson 225 165 Small Upright* 245 188 Erl&Son 265 195 Krakauer 295 245 (Repossessed) This sensational sale of used and repossessed pianos is just ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 January 1955

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 January 1955

Page Ten When an Army menu calls for mouth-watering Dutch apple pies to complete a good meal few men are better qualified for the job of turning them out than a Hol­ land-born cook. The soldier behind the knead- ing-board who fits the job to a "T" is PFC Peter G. Costdam El Cajon Calif. a man with a color­ Full Aviation Coverage No War Clause A. ft*"»•-•** ful background who serves as a baker for the First Armored Di vision's 47th Armored Medical Battalion. Skilled with batter and bowl Private Oostdam learned his palate pleasing trade in the Army after he left his native Holland to seek his fortune in the United States. It was in Holland that young Oost- complete line of life insurance policies tailored to meet the needs of Officers and Warrant Officers and NCO's of first two grades. American Independence Life Insurance Co. A Legal Reserve Company For appointment call Killeen 11002 or write Colonel John H. Carruth U. S. Army Ret'd. 241 Clay well Drive San Antonio 9 Texas Change To— ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 January 1955

Thursday Jan. 27 1955 A '^pm ti\ tc I In keeping with the Army's oney-saving program of preven­ tive maintenance mechanics of the 553rd Armored Infantry Battalion recently completed a three-day cpurse covering all facets of main­ tenance of an armored personnel carrier. Very Nice ... and Clean. 3 I- 3 O 0 IL 111 111 1 III a in O IT PAYS TO BUY FURLOUGH TICKETS FROM 0 ARROW 1 COACH LINE iu IN KILLEEN YOU SAVE o* ill in 20% ON RETURN 3 ec t- TICKETS 111 8 553rd AIB Men Complete PM Course The Fourth Armored Division unit sent every man in the bat­ talion who works on a vehicle to the school. The instruction was "by the numbers" studying each item that must be checked and not continuing until every man in the class had made the check and done 1954 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR SEDAN Low Mileage Leaded '1595. Tomecek Pontiac Co. Highway 190 Killeen From Killeen and Fort Hood to.... THRU BUS SERVICE NO CHANGE IN ROUTE TO AND FROM AUSTIN AND WACO 1 DAILY SAT. ONLY DAILY Lv. Killeen 9:00 AM 2:30 PM 5:30...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 January 1955

IRY Page Twelve Pay Bill Faces Much Legislation WASHINGTON (AFPS)—Here is the route the new pay bill must follow to become law: Bill introduced to Congress on Jan. 20. House Armed Services Subcom­ mittee studies bill and holds hear­ ings. Subcommittee reports findings to full House Armed Services Com­ mittee. House Armed Services Commit­ tee reports finding to House of JTENTION: COMMISSIONED OFFICERS NO DOWN PAYMENT Love Bros I AMDAOAC 54 Inch Youngstown Single SINK —4 Drawer 66 Inch Twin Youngstown SINK —4 Drawer Representatives and submits rec ommendations. If passed by House bill is then sent to Senate floor. If not it is returned to committee. When passed by Senate bill goes to President for signature thus be­ coming laXv. According to the first chapter of Numbers Moses and Aaron regis­ tered and classified 603550 men as available for military service. "Vwiir mum rcti When you go to Dallas head for the White-Plaza Hotel. Service men run that place! (At San Antonio and Corpus Chr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 January 1955

1 Thursday Jan. 27 1955 -H LEGALS Legal Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killcen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Texas Temple OPEN THURSDAY NIGHTS UNTIL Ph. 3-5254 First Mat'I Bldg. RENTALS HOUSES UNFURNISHED C-4 tOR RENT—FOUR-ROOM HOUSE BATH located at 407 North Avenue Lampasas. For further information contact Mrs. Laura Elliott telephone 44130. FOR RENT: Four room unfurnished apartment. Two bed rooms larste livine and dining room kitchen and bath. All newly finished. W. D. Hail Burnett Texas. Phone 288. REAL ESTATE Farms Wanted To Lease or Rent D-ll FOR SALE BY OWNER: TWO BEDROOM home fenced back yard. 1813 White Ave. Killeen. fexCLUSIVE BUENA VISTA ADDITION is now offering for the first time a limited number of highly restricted lots. If you are planning on building your dream home it will pay you to see these distinctively different home sites. All conveniences of course. Shown by appointment only. Phone 7873 ...

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