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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 January 1955

Page Fourteen BELTON TEXAS SAVE MONEY ON THESE USED CARS TWO 1954 FORDS Fordor customs radio and heater low mileage and new car guarantee! 1954 FORD Only STUDEBAKER V8 LOADED $795. BARGAIN VALUES 1941 Buick 75" 1948 FORD SrS 1939 Plymouth '100 1949 FORD •fyp&'Jr \r. $1295. 1954 HUDSON Super jet radio and heater. Over­ drive. LIKE NEW 1952 FORD TUDOR CUSTOM Y8 *895. 1951 FORD TUDOR CUSTOM V8 *895. 1951 tru oo Custom $295*^ V8 1951 Plymouth »'695= USED CAR LOT LOCATED AT CIRCLE ON KILLEEN HIGHWAY ED CANTRELL MOTOR COMPANY you'll get your best deal in... we have a finance plan for everyone WE SELL ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER 121 NORTH MAIN iSiy -tf' ^rf a*- .i HUM BEST FORD BUY IN CENTRAL TEXAS PLENTY OF CARS IN STOCK! ALL COLOR COMBINATIONS-BODY STYLES! THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Thursday Jan. 27 1955 BELTON Low Down Payments We Welcome We can arrange your payments just about as low as anyone could want them. In most cases your old automobile will more ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

VOL. 9 No. 5 Forward elements of the First Armored Division were regrouping early this morning for an all-out drive against "Aggressor" forces in E is a in S in five-day field training operation now in progress on the Fort Hood Reservation. The effectiveness of close air- ground support on the modern bat­ tlefield was dramatically bought home late Wednesday as the Di­ vi on at A a Company airlifted the entire 702nd Armored Infantry Battalion to the Antelope Mountain area of the res­ ervation. During Exercise "Main Spring" which is being held entirely on Fort Hood land the 702nd is rep­ resenting a "United States" infan­ try division in support of the First Armored. Meets Aggressor According to the scenario for the problem the "Old Ironsides" Di­ vision is engaging "Aggressor" elements that have advanced 4 NEED FOR MORE CLUBS For years our nation has been abounding in Of-the-Month Clubs. he ok of he on a been supplying the nation's egg­ he ad it re ad in at a many years. Just a few y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

Page The lamp 'lighted by Florence Nightingale 100 years ago in the stench and filth of a British mili­ tary hospital is tended today by the 4100 officers of the Army Nurse Corps. In the century that has passed since the Crimean War an entire profession has developed and the nurse has won her rightful place on the Army medical team. Col. Sober 1st Armored Dental Chief To Leave The First Armored Division Den­ tal Surgeon Lt. Col. Clarence W. Sober will depart for duties in the Far East early next month. Colonel Sober has been stationed at Fort Hood since November 1950 and has been division Dental Sur­ geon since the First Armored Di­ vision's reactivation in 1951. A veteran of 14 years Army serv­ ice including 27 months overseas in Africa and Europe during World War II this will be his first tour of duty in the Far East. While at Fort Hood he has been active in the Dad's Club. Under the auspices of the club he initiated and became director of the Midget Football League Junior Basket­...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

TO on- [Thursday Feb. 3 1955 ^Singing dancing and laughter ^teynoted the Fourth Armored Di­ vision Revue Thursday evening. Guided by master of ceremonies PFC Charlie Dickerson Dallas na­ tive the show skipped briskly from talent to talent. The division band led off with a march and during the evening played a bit of Dixieland a "Tribute to Glenn Miller" and some band standards. The band is directed by CWO Andrew Stumpf a Pennsylvanian. Soloists PFC Bill Owens of Clio Mich. PFC Wayne Storm Seattle Wash. and Miss Joy Gage of Kil- leen were backed by the Four Nat­ urals a piano bass drum and sax combo from the division band that won the plaudits of the audience. Jump Tunes The group also did three jump tunes that were rousingly received by the crowd that packed Theater No. 1. Miss Gage Pat Andrews and the Griffin Sisters of Killeen lent charm and beauty to the show and sang well besides. The Fourth Armored Dvision Chorus under t^e direction of Cpl. Jack Zei sarig three show tunes by Si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

Page Four Tax Form 1040 Texas Roads J£?t€£?#1 °f military ana civilian personnel at Port Hood Texan every Ikuuday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Policies and •tatem^nrft refleete% ID the news and editorial columns represent Several weeks ago the internal revenue bureau at Washington char­ itably announced that the gentry of the nation both well and ill-bred would be given 30 additional days in which to file their income tax re­ turns advancing the date from March 15 to April 15. What should have been granted was an additional 30 years. If the courious reader will take the trouble to glance over income tax form 1040 model 1954 he will readily understand what we mean. If the editor of the SENTINEL were a rich man like Sheriff Hund­ ley Thompson or Doc Devall he would offer one million dollars cash on the barrel-head to any American either native-born or naturalized male or female black or white who can Solve this latest pig-saw tax puzzle in 60 days. And he would ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

\ V* -. Thursday Feb. 3 1955 By RONALD FRANKEL Can you imagine walking into your favorite super mai'ket going up to th clerk and ordering a giant 60-ton tank and enough gasoline to run it all day? Well the First Armored Divi­ sion at Fort Hood has a super market of sorts that handles such unusual commodities with ease as part of its everyday work. The division's First Transporta­ tion and Supply Battalion some­ times called "Old Ironsides mam- month super market" supplies tanks gasoline fresh food cloth­ ing field equipment and thousands of other items to its fighting men day in and day out througout the year. The term "from soup to nuts" well covers the array of goods of­ fered a shopper in one of today's modern markets. But if the same term were used to describe what the battalion sup­ plies the men of "Old Ironsides" half of what it does would be left untold. Accurate Schedules Performing its work in garrison or in the field the battalion un­ der the command of Lt. Col. George A....

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

Page Six Hood Team Faces All Army Champs In Tilt The Fort Hood Tankers strong on the heels of their double wm A as a a from Fort Sill tangle with the pow­ erful Camp Chaffee basketball team in the second of a two game series tonight on the Camp Chaf­ fee basketball floor. The Tankers sporting a seasons won-lost record of 10-7 hope to in­ crease their margin in the win column. Their opposition this time is probably the best in the Fourth Army area. The Chaffee cagers led all army teams last year with a fabulous high scoring five that overran Fort Ord California for the coveted All-Army basketball title. The Tankers are highly spirited a is a can pull an upset when they take the court against the strong Ar­ kansas army installations basket­ ball team. Hood recently put a great deal of starch into their offensive at­ tack by handing the Training Ar­ tillery Center basketball team two smashing defeats on the Fort Hood Hardwoods. The Tankers won the opener 78-68 and crushed the op­ posit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

Thursday Feb. 3 1955 Reg. 6.95. STERLING SILVER trays were presented for "High Principle and Achievement in Sports" during 1954 to six outstanding sports fig­ ures by the Sports Lodge of B'nai B'rith at the oHtel Biltmore New York City at its fourth annual dinner. Showing off their trays from left to right are Eddie Erdelatz Navy football coach Henry Brenner deaf mute Rhode Island University football star Willie Mays star New York Giant outfielder ai)d the National League's most valuable player in 1954 Leo Durocher manager of the world champion New York Giants and Yogi Berra New York Yankee catcher and the American League's most valuable player in 1954. Television actress Audrey Meadows presented the tray to Mays. Mrs. Paddy DeMarco (not shown) accepted a tray for her hus­ band former lightweight champion Paddy DeMarco who is in Paris training for a bout. ^Frhe Cincinnati Redlegs have held their spring training camp at Tam­ pa Fla. since 1931 and have re­ turned annually with the ex...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

Page Eight Boxed Lew Jenkins Hood Matchmaker Recalls Grand Tour By SGT. LARRY FRIEND He wasn't exactly hungry byt one day early in 1948 a young Army boxer with a fondness for cigars huriedly downed two quarts of milk and a dozen bananas. As it turned out Sgt. R. J. "Chink" Broussard today the over­ seer of half a hundred First Arm­ ored Division boxers could have done without the extra poundage. Keeps Guard Up But then the rugged sergeant who learned how to use his fists as a youngster in New Iberia La. never was one to let his guard down. An eleventh-hour stand-in for his prize heavywhight who had suc­ cumbed to illness before the open­ ing bell the veteran Army ring coach a middleweight entered himself in the Fourth Army boxing tournament about to get underway at Fort Hood. All he did was win himself the the Fourth Army heavyweight championship. Just Boxed Recalling that triumph which he gained by a technical knock-out the 35-year-old member of the First Armored Division Special S...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

.Thursday Feb. 3 1955 Regardless of whether the read- erknows much about band music he'll have to admit that it's no easy task to jump easily from John Phillip Sousa's snappy "Stars and Stripes Forever" to a comic rendition of "Three Blind Mice." However a transition like that would be simple routine for the talented music-makers of the Fourth Armored Division Band. For this industrious crew credited with countless plaudits from mili­ IV 1 V* 1'*" 1 fflWSL. %4th Armored Band Plays Official Special Events tary and civilian personnel thrives on difficult chores and welcomes rather than shirks them. Industrious would be putting it mildly. Since the division's activa­ tion CWO Andrew Stumpf's band has played 185 engagements in­ cluding hundreds of polkas jazz pieces marches novelties and what-have-you. And that 185 figure excludes the three separate combos comprised of band members who have entertained various military IN TEMPLE SEE THE NEW flotpoint Automatic Washer COME IN See the Aut...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

Thursday Feb. 3 1955 Soldier Shooting Sessions Set Soon In order to stimulate interest in marksmanship off duty practice sessions will be held during the coming year it was announced this week by G-3 Corps headquar­ ters. The practice will provide more experienced marksmen coaches and instructors for annual rifle and pistol team competition. Under the present plan which has been adopted by the Chief of Army Field Forces and the Fourth Army Fort Hood will be limited to 20 practice sessions annually. Of these sessions the First Ar- Infantry Journal lists Atomic Attack Defenses FORT BENNING Ga. Atomic weapons have created many new tactical concepts for the Infantry. One of the most important of these is Mobile Defense defense against atomic attack. «QUARTERLY In an article in the January is- ue of THE INFANTRY SCHOOL Maj. Linwood A. Carleton outlines the principles'in­ volved clearly and simply in or­ der that the reader may thorough­ ly familiarize himself with this new technique. "In...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

Page Twelve By TED STANTON Small planes spinning and man­ euvering above the Fort Hood res­ ervation—landing in fields and on seldom used roads—skimming 10 feet off the ground. No aerial cir­ cus but instead a training pro­ gram to ready army aviators for their combat duties. Flying helicopters and light air­ planes with souped up engines pilots of the Fourth Armored Divi­ sion are rehearsing their combat roles of putting specialized observ­ ers in the best possible spot to car­ ry out their duties and to ajd in the coordination of troop move­ ments on the ground. Their job includes transporting troops and equipment evacuating wounded laying communication wire in inaccessible areas flying all types of aerial observers and a score of other missions. Continuous training constantly reveals new uses for the small air­ craft. Air-ground radio communi­ cation permits them to act as the eyes of the men of the ground. Korean Techniques The job of the Fourth Armored's Provisional Aviation Co...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

Thursday Feb. 3 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Temple. Texas First Nat') BLdg. Ph. 3-52o4 REAL ESTATE Farms Wanted To Lease or Rent D-l 1 EXCLUSIVE 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 or 220a. Killeen Texas. MERCHANDISE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE SPRINGFIELD RIFLE .30 caliber perfect condition re-blued Jfou. CWO Smith 822 South College Street Killeen telephone 10564. TV ANTED: LATE MODEL STOVE ainu refrigerator. Contact Mrs. F. W. ueni at Phone—38213. at rnone—OO^JLO. TOR SALE: DELUXE ROYAL nJKiABLfi typewriter like new. Inquire "lo riau Avenue Killeen. LET US SERVE YOU We rent sell or repair tewinr machines and ref...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

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