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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 February 1955

Page Four 132 East 42nd Street How To Write PabHshea in the Interest of the military aafl clrtHan pensuel at F«rt H*«4 Texas every Thurnday by the Temple Sale* Circular Company. Temple Texaa. Policies and statements reflect*. In the news and editorial column* represent views of the Individual writers and under no circumstances are to bo considered these 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 Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Fowes Pre« Sendee material and papers are authorised to reprint non-copyrighted AI78 material withMt written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box41#» Ttemple Texae. Subscription off post $3.00 per years $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Poet free. All pictures are ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 February 1955

Thursday Feb. 17 1955 The Officers' Wives Club of Fort "Hood is anxious to complete an accurate list of its members who have paid their membership dues for 1955 Starting with the March meeting presentation of member­ ship card will be required when paying for the reservation. Each member may bring one guest. Membership dues may be paid a an on in of Officers' Wives' Club of Fort Hood. Please check the following list to see if your name is there if the .tow Officers» Wives Club Members initials and spelling are correct. If your name should be on the list but is not or if a correction should be made please call Mrs. T. C. Fitzgerald Killeen—11951. C. T. Adams. R. D. Albro J. D. Alger M. B. Allen R. M. Allgeier W. W. Anderson D. C. Ayers D. A. Barker J. A. Beall G. W. Be­ dell G. C.' Bell W. E. Bennett W. S. Biddle F. R. Blankenship J. Boulger F. W. Boye P. H. Bramble R. P. Brown T. L. Brown. J. D. Bulls. G. Burch V. CLOUD CONSTRUCTION Bank Bldg. KILLEEN TEXAS Phone 13431 or 3401 New S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 February 1955

Page Six Hood Ace Nets 25 In First Tilt Camp Chaffee's talented Whiz Kids had all the answers here Monday and Tuesday night to earn a double win over the hosting Fort Hood Tankers by scores of 98-72 and 76-70. Now Fort Hood was not without strong representation especially with Bill Katheder hitting the se­ lected 20 circle in both tilts but the polished attack and rebounding fury of the Chaffee team proved too much for Hood to overcome. In the opener between the two army teams Bill Katheder realiz­ ed an increased degree of his ath­ letic potential by playing well on the floor and collecting 25 points •to lead all contest participatints in the all important TP column but his timely effort was not enough to stop the "Whizzin" Chaffee five from piling up the easy win. In the second game it was Kathe­ der again supplying the leading point effort for both teams with 21 counters and with Fort Hood play­ ing possession ball in this tilt they almost turned the trick. But spearin' Don Spitz...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 February 1955

V. 1 Thursday Feb. 17 1955 22 Caliber Champs Firing a team score of 3380 out of a possible 4000 the 86th Ord­ nance Battalion Rifle Team walked off with III Corps Non-Divisional Units .22 Caliber Indoor Rifle Range. Second place went to the 35th Engineer Group with a score of 3263. Other competing teams represented the 53rd Signal Bat­ talion the 336th Quartermaster Battalion and the 4005th SU. High individual score was fired by Cpl. David J. Hahn of the 104th Engineer Co 35th Engineer Group who fired a hot 363. Second man honors went to SFC Frank Sellers of the 518th Ordnance Co 86th Ord­ nance Battalion witl. 362. Initiated to stimulate interest in marksmanship and develop ability in handling weapons the matches aroused more than usual enthusi­ asm among the participating units. Team captain and coach of he 86th Ordnance Battalion. 2nd Lt. Edward A. Stine said of his group "The high Espirit de corps was an indication of the value of these matches. Much credit is due both to the ra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 February 1955

Page Eight 1404 WEST ADAMS AYE.'. ON HIWAY 81 & 36 ATTENDING THE ANNUAL dinner of the Killeen Chamber of Commerce last week were Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrokl Fort Hood and III Corps commander (right) and L«t. Col. Philip H. Bramble post transportation officer. Kay Lott succeeded Allen Hamilton as president of the organization during the affair which was held in Meadows Elementary School. (U.S. Army Photo by Priebe) Get rid of scuff marks fast! PAT OFr TRADE mark Correct tolor for service shoes! Cordo­ van Irown Brown Black Oxblood STAIN S SHINES PROTECTS in one application Use Dyanshine Liquid Shoe Polish! Gives rich new color to scuff marks faded spots nicks. Protects this new color with a coat of wax. Gives a handsome long-lasting shine. All in one application. ASK FOR IT AT YOUR PX CORDOVAN P.S. Dyanshine Stain Paste Polish does the same fine job! Alexander Smith The First Name and the La$( Word in Carpels' Here's a new easy way to find just the carpet you want! Come in and se...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 February 1955

Thursday Feb. 17 1955 3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TEMPLE-KILLEEN New & Used Cars OPEN HL10 P. M. For Your Convenience We €an Sell Yon Any Make or Model THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Compare This Price! CHEVROLETS IRA YOUNG AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH-PACKARD DEALER CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER WHY DOES IRA YOUNG SELL SO MANY AUTOMOBILES? 1955 FORDS AND 5 OTHER NEW CARS PRICED TO SELL! $sd Owx (p/ricM fiAfote yau /Buy. dm} dudbmoiik! CHOICE OF CARS BETTER PRICES iisi®® Ira Young gives you a choice choose the make model and color you want... from stock. No waiting! Ira Young operates on a small profit per unit basis fast turn-over in all makes! That is why you can name your deal at Ira's. FINANCING TO ALL We sell every member of the Armed Services treat them all the same. We have been serving military personnel for years and know their wants. LOWER PAYMENTS Payments arranged to fit each individuals needs. As long as 30 months to pay balance on all deals. Special attention ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 February 1955

Page Ten SOLDIER OF THE MONTH of the 35th Engineer Group for Feb­ ruary PFC Phillip Hopkins (left) of Greenwood Mo. Company A 61st Engineers Battalion is congratulated by Col. George D. Burch (right) commanding officer 35th Eng. Gp. M-Sgt. Murl H. Hennigan first sergeant (center) of Hodge La. seems mighty pleased over the showing of his company's candidate in the com­ petition which involves the two battalions and three companies of the group. (U.S. Photo by Betson) Airmen Evacuate Flood Victims PARIS France (AFPS)—U. S. airmen at nearby Orly AB here went all out recently to evacuate thousands of panic-stricken people caught in the worst flood the French capital has had in 30 years. Six plane loads of food life rafts and other equipment were flown in to Orly from the Chateauroux air­ 50 There's nothing like COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. USED CARS 1951 FORD TUDOR Y8 new engine and anew car guarantee. 1950 CHEVROLET Two door and very clean. 1951 FORD TUDOR Y8 new car guarantee. 1950 STUDEBAK...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 February 1955

Thursday Feb. 17 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killecn Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Temple Texas First Nat'l Bidg. Ph. 3-5254 ANNOUNCEMENT? DINING DANCING. AMUS B-7 THE KILLEEN BASE OFFICERS' OPEN Mess is available for social functions sponsored by units and sections assigned at Fort Hood. Reservations may be made by calling the mess secretary Phone 8-321. RENTALS APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED C.2 TOR RENT AN UNFURNISHED ONE bedroom utility apartment with dinette and bath. new. Contact SFC Fisher at Fort Hood 36202 or call at 815 Valley- Road Killeen. MISC. FOR RENT C-6 FOR RENT: TRAILER LOT 80 BY 40 uqiet private parking adults only. Coun- trvside Trailer Park two miles south of Killeen on Highway 440. {•OR RENT: PRIVATE TRAILER SPACE modern near school and close to shop­ ping center. Floyd Bishop Box 297. Cop- __ peras Cove or call 3701 Killeen. REAL ESTATE _jrms Wanted To Lease er Rent D-11 EXCLUSI...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 February 1955

Page Twelve tM -V# ^•:i# 5^ Open until 9 p. m. each evening for your convenience 121 North Main ED CANTRELL MOTOR CO. THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 TO NEW OFFICERS 'Authorized Ford Dealer' BELTON TEXAS Phone 61 '**" *-. „\v V\ 'Y *... .. *. FrxV^ Vj ALL OFFICERS CONSIDERED! The next time you ore looking of new cars make Ed Cantrell's your first stop! We promise that we will try to trade your way MAKE US AN OFFER! We consider all offers and in most cases we trade your way! WE FINANCE EVERYONE LOW BANK RATE HINTEREST wm h%r-2j* 95 »v Ti ALL ROADS LEAD TO— BELTON -THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR NEXT FORD! vmmm /%A'S •%. ONLY DOWN AND ONLY'5360PERMONTH CO. I Yd"! OlCI t%rA 4 *$ Highway 190 at the Circle! Up To 24 Months To Pay On Exceptionally clean one-owner cars with 60-day guarantee. ap 4-dr. V-8 Custom 2-tone radio heater Cam rora ItOI 1952 Buick 1953 Ford Conv. 1952 Hudson 1948 Ford 1 ArJ Thursday Feb. 17 1955 ^r- !j USED CARS Visit Our Lot Located On white wall tir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 February 1955

VOL. 9 No. 8 I Fort Hood's 1955 Red Cross Fund Campaign—the annual appeal to "answer the call join and serve" —gets under way today. Maj. General Thomas L. Harrold III Corps and Fort Hood com­ mander has designated Lt. Col. Robert M. Allgeier assistant Pro­ vost Marshall III Corps as gen­ An Editorial The American Red Cross May Seek an Office Whenever our dandruff bothers us and when our sinuses refuse to drain and we become weary of soul and are no longer capable of coherent thought we always vvan- der over to talk with our old friend Colonel Glen A. Webster. He is the only man on the Post wc have been able to find who does not know any more than we do and what he has to say always af­ fords us the mental relaxation a tired man needs. The Colonel is the HI Corps Engineer officer and since he looks and acts a good deal like Herbert Hoover we call him the Great Engineer. He al­ ways calls us something too but we cannot print it here except it begins with and ends in D. One never: kno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 February 1955

Page Two Submarine Sets Underwater Mark NEW LONDON Conn. (AFPS)— The unofficial title "most aquatic submarine" in the U. S. Navy now belongs to the Atlantic Fleet's three-year-old killer sub USS K-l. The K-l recently accumulated a record 1481 hours of submerged time during the past operating ear bettering by three hours the previous peacetime rark held by the Pacific Fleet's USS Sea Fox. Since January 30 1954 when her operating year began the K-l— only about half the size of the fleet-type subs—has compiled an impressive log. Her longest dive lasting 230 hours is a record for consecutive submerged time un­ derway. Bargain GETTING THE ARMY'S 280MM atomic cannon ready to support First Armored Division units in the current test exercise on the Fort Hood Reservation is the cannon's crew from Battery A of the 692nd Field Artilery Battalion at Fort Sill Okla. The atomic cannon will be utilized by the Division's Combat Commands in simulated atomic action. The cannon was brought to add real...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 February 1955

XJ Thursday Feb. 24 1955 By THOMAS D. EDWARDS WITH THE FIRST ARMORED DIVISION IN THE FIELD—"This is FOX OBOE BAKER: Fire mission." For "Aggressor" forces opposing First Armored Division units on the Fort Hood Reservation during the current test exercise that ra­ dio transmission can be the be­ ginning of the end—and the end is usually not long delayed. This transmission is a request for artillery fire from a front-line for­ by 202 Ave. FOURTH ARMORED DIVISION "Aggressors" search a U.S. prisoner captured during a night patrol action against the First Armored Division during current maneuvers on the Fort Hood reservation. PFC Donald Errott Springfield O. covers the prisoner as he is searched for hidden weapons by PFC Richard Zierle Centerville Mich. The Aggressors who add realism to field exercises are from Head­ quarters and Service Company 85th Tank Battalion of the Fourth Armored Division. (U.S. Army Photo) Artillery Observers Spot Enemy ^Targets For 1st AD Heavy Guns ward observer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 February 1955

Page Four i•» (Cast 42nd Street it Published 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 stafemonrt refleete» 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 Forces Press Service material and payers are authorized to reprint non-copyrighted AFPS material without written 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 U...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 February 1955

Thursday Feb. 24 1955 Fourth Armored To Present Horror Play On KCEN-TV 1st AD Male Chorus Seeks Accompanyist The First Armored Division Male Chorus is looking for a new ac­ companyist. The famous "Old Ironsides" group recent winners of the Fourth Army Soldier Singing Contest lost it veteran accompanyist Cpl. Dave Ritchie recently when he was separated from the service. Men interested in auditioning should contact the chorus sponsor Chaplain (Maj.) Albert R. Moss or the director Cpl. Jerry Hoover at the 52nd Street Chapel. The chorus's accompanyist ap­ pears with the group on all its many public appearances through­ out the Central Texas area and has the opportunity to gain valu­ able added experience vvith a first- rate choral group. The chorus is also seeking new voices especially first tenors. All men in the division who are inter­ ested should inquire at once. Col. Galloway Takes Bride At Post Chapel Lt. Col. Neal C. Galloway and his bride the former Miss Martha Greene exchanged ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 February 1955

Page Six Balanced Attack Aides Hood Drive The Fort Hood Tankers got their seasons record back on an even keel after whipping the visiting Gary Air Force Base cagers in a two game series on the Fort Hood hardwoods. Hood edged the visitors 75-67 in the opener and then crip pled the Air Force attack in the second game 98-77. It balanced the Hood season record at 12-12. Johnny Gustin was the offensive spark in the first game by piling up 12 points. The Hood scoring was well distributed with 12 Tankers hitting the score column. Follow­ ing Gustin in individual efforts were Bill Gleason with 11 points and Bill Showell with 8 digits. For the visiting Flyers it was Dunlap swishing through 20 points. Hood used the entire squad in running up the first win. The Tankers took an 11-6 lead with the game only 3 minutes but the Air Force five roared back and clos­ ed the gap at 20-19 with 10 minutes gone. Gustin pulled the Tankers back out into a commanding lead with sharp shooting. The Tankers dis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 February 1955

Thursday Feb. 24 1955 Sill Wins Honors Fort Sill's coveted canvas com­ petitors grappled their way to the 1955 Fourth Army Wrestling Cham­ pionship. Fort Hood was second and the Brooke Army Medical Cen­ ter capturcd third place honors. The victorious Fort Sill team chalked up a total of 2b points three better than the second place effort of the Fort Hood mat team which wrestled up a total of 23 Sentinel Swami Board By JIM BAPIS The 1955 NCAA basketball tour­ nament which gets underway on a 7 a to most exciting in the history of the collegiate crown festival and by ^fce same yardstick it threatens to the most heated and competi­ tive affair since Oklahoma A&M wound up the 1946 gathering by dumping North Carolina State 43-40 to wind up a scorcher. Tourney followers learned a long time ago that favorites mean nothing in this particular tourney for regardless of what happens in the long season grind to gain admittance the meet is all decided in the two week pe­ riod that envelopes t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 February 1955

Page Eight FORT SAM HOUSTON—A spec­ a a on at on A aviators infantrymen artillery­ men and medics will be staged as a climax to the ceremonies attend­ ing the celebration commemorat­ ing the birth of military aviation we have the BARGAINS TW01953 PONTIAC 4-D00R 1953 FORD 8 CYLINDER TWO 1952 P0NTIACS4-D00R 1952 MERCURY CONVERTIBLE 1954 PONTIAC CONVERTIBLE All the extras one owner like new 1951 FORD FORDOR Fordomatic radio and heater. One owner and very clean. Only 1950 DODGE 4-DOOR Radio and heater. A very clean slick little car. Priced at only FHA HOMES *8700 OLDER MODELS $ PRICED FROM :ceJ Average Cost 450 Down Payment 300 Aprox. Closing Cost 63 Monthly Payments San Antonio To Honor Army Aviation Birth to be held at Fort Sam Houston March 2 beginning at 10:30 a.m. it was announced by the San An­ tonio Chamber of Commerce which is sponsoring the celebration in co­ operation with .all the military services. Don't Let The Cold Weather Worry You! HOTTEST Local cars ... loaded with all ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 February 1955

.Thursday Feb. 24 1955 i/s REGULAR $249.95 9 PIECE Dining Room Suite Modern blonde finish. Buffet with hutch top. Table and 6 chairs. SPECIAL $ PRICE Aw. NEW MODERN SECTIONAL ^fcNow is the time to re-do your ^Pliving room. Complete 56 Piece 3 Room Group ~~ir 189.95 S 10 ft 00 fern* 2 Pc. Sectional Suites Quality is high—Prices low. Just imagine a 2 pc. sectional suite for this low price •/Iffli' Iff- L/ffll ii\m lip! Ififl. . if 00 I & r«vA°" holc*r°o?cyth c°/or *^S% it* d£#*#/ Im S'lrZ&l Sh 0 0 9 +1' vr 'o0ftl tf/* Co «. c°»*true ef'on ^i Dil **5 Pia Cfl«% ®HiD ^otckiJ* r0i/. '*i£S£. *ei£"" if? SAVE OH THIS 3 ROOM GROUP OR BUY AHY ROOM SEPARATE OH EASY TERMS IF DESIRED Regular $299.95 2 Pc. Kroehler SECTIONAL SUITE Modern style built to the floor. Durable tweed covering. SIS '219.95 High style at THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS GIGANTIC SAVINGS DURING OUR FEBRUARY SALE SHOP AT THE BELL And SAVE iTP^ 5-PIECE DINETTE A BIG VALUE Regularly $69.95 Save $20.00 a ODDS and EN...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 February 1955

Page Ten 4th Armored Sets Up Display TTi i. A Visitors at the San Antonio Live­ stock Exposition have had the op­ portunity of seeing a display of Army weapons and equipment dur­ ing the past week set up at the Increases Flying Safety ANDREWS AFB Wash. D. C. (AFPS)—The Air Weather Service has installed the Air Force's first operational transmissometer here. It is an electronic instrument which indicates the distance ob­ jects are visible under prevailing air conditions. It increases the accuracy of visi­ bility information given to incom­ ing planes when approaching an airport for a landing. Change To-- 1«« 4 exposition site by the Fourth Ar­ mored Division. Directed by Captains Howard C. Bianco of the 508th Tank Bn a Layne J. Grandskou of the 512th AIB the display has been arranged by personnel of the two units and includes weapons from the small­ est to the 75mm recoilless rifle. Field equipment which the soldier uses in combat is also shown. Next Monday the display will be moved ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 February 1955

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