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

Page What You See .. Is What You Buy ... What You Get! N O E N S O E A N E S ... NO TRADE-INS! ALL SALES FINAL! CASH IF YOU HAVE IT! CREDIT IF YOU WANT IT! A Word Concering Deliveries WE ASK YOU —PLEASE BEAR WITH US We know that we have the QUANTITY AND QUALITY. We know the prices are RIGHT. We know tha you will RESPOND to and honest legitimate Sale. We expect to do the business of months in days. BY SPECIAL PURCHASE REG. 9.95 TABLE LAMPS Modern Colorful Shades Closing Them $ Out on Mon. 3.95 NATIONALLY ADVERTISED FULL SIZE 39.50 INNERSPRING A E S S Floral tick S1A95 A steal at 19 REGULAR 109.50 BLONDE MODERN Bed Room Suites Closing out these (AACfl modern Double ^|^|I9U Dresser Bar Bed Suites! WW LOOK—REG. 69.50 5-PIECE Dinette Suites 50 49' Plastic Pph. Chairs. $ Sensationally prie ed. METAL Kitchen Stools Enameled $• Sturdy LAUNDRY BASKETS Heavy Reed $1 AA Weave I.UU 5-PIECE REG. 139.50 Sofa Bed Suite Sofa platform rocker occasional chair coffee table lamp table­ au solid oak. '1...

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

Thursday March 3 1955 MASSIVE LUXURIOUS 2 PIECE SOFA BED SUITES LIVING ROOMSUITES At Prices Set By 19.50 Simmons hide-a-bed with full size innerspring mattress floor sample .... $199.50 T9.50 2 pc international sectional nylon cover $99.50 59.50 Sofa bed suite TV swivel chair .$139.50 J9.50 Wrought iron sectional $89.50 9.50 2 pc Simmons soft bed suite $99.50 59.50 2 pc sofa bed and chair $109.50 l50 2 pc sofa bed and chair $89.50 |4.50 2 pc Kroehler LR Suite $99.50 T9.50 2 pc Living Room Suite $159.00 l$9.^^pc Sofa Bed Suite $149.50 J.50 9.50 Duncan Fife Sofa $99.50 .50 Kroehler Sofa $89.50 2 pc Modern Sectionals $99.50 V95 2 pc Kroehler Living Room Suite $198.50 *95 2 pc Kroehler Living room Suite $179.50 ^50 2 pc Kroehler Sofa Bed Suite ... .$179.50 149.50 2 pc Sofa Bed Suite $119.50 9.50 2 pc. Sofa Suite .'. $179.50 ||9.50 Hide-a-bed with innerspring matt. $139.50 .50 2 pc plastic sofa bed with platform tocker $119.50 [.50 2 pc Foam Rubber Living room lite $197.50 Were Laying Ou...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 March 1955

Page Twenty Maj. General Thomas L. Harrold III Corps Commander has invited all members of the Active Army and Civilian Components to par­ ticipate in the III Corps off-duty marksmanship practice program which opens Sunday March 13 at Fort Hood. The March 13 session is the first in a series of opportunities being offered to accomplishd and would- be marksmen to improve their skill on a "hobby" basis. Facilities and ammunition for firing the .30 cali­ bre and .22 calibre rifles and the .45 calibre pistol will be made available to those desiring to par­ ticipate. "This is part of an Army-wide program to stimulate marksman­ ship and to increase the number of skilled marksmen in the Army" Captain Harry Warheit III Corps Program Director pointed out in making the announcement. Similar programs are being conducted TIT Corps Opens Marksmanship Practice Program On March 13 throughout the Army both state side and at overseas stations he stated. The program will provide com­ petent small arms ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 March 1955

Thursday March 3 1955 9. NEW CAR GUARANTEE LOW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS HIGHEST TRADE- IN ALLOWANCES GET OUR PRICES' BEFORE YOU BUY New Yorker club coupe fully equipped power steering. 4 Door Sedan Club Coupe Very Clean THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS 1952 Oldsmobile '88' 1295 1951 Chrysler 1949 Plymouth 1948 Dodge 1951 Henry 2 Door Sedan Phone 2881 *695. '295. '295. $ 295 A IT'S AN AVALANCHE OF SAVINGS FOR YOU! WE'RE SHOVELING 'EM OUT! BATES & FOGLE I NEW&USED CABS COMPARE THESE PRICES New Cars 1955 Chevrolet Belair cpe Radio healer V-8 motor. Two tone 1955 Buick Roadmaster Rivera coupe power steering power brakes power seat electric windows tinted glass Dyna-flow Radio & heater 1955 Buick Super Rivera coupe power steering radio heater Dyna-flow tone tone Late Model Used Cars 1952 Cadillac 62 power steering power brakes electric windows and seat actual mileage 1954 Mercury 4 dr fully equipped 1953 Buick Super Rivera all extras 1953 Chevrolet Belair all extras 4 dr. 1953 B...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 March 1955

Page Twenty-Two By LAWRENCE T. FRIEND A 20-ton fighter that can carry the battle to the enemy on land or in the water once again proved its versatility as combat-command size units of the First Armored Di­ vision moved through exacting field tests at Fort Hood. The M-59 "Lifesaver" the Army's newest and most success­ ful in armored infantry vehicles can "swim" streams and inland waters of any depth with ease. With equal ease it can trans­ port a fully equipped infantry squad in mud sand snow or on ice. During the recent exercise the "armor plated fish" stuck pretty much to dry land. Crosses Water Cowhouse Creek whose wide stretch acrocs the Reservation served as a key terrain feature in the simulated fight between friendly and "Aggressor" armies represents in many instances a larger waterway. But though am­ phibious the M-59 is ordered into action during crossings of the creek that at many points in the problem can only be simulated. Armed with a .50 caliber ma­ chine gun and a .45 ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 March 1955

Thursday March 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 1'emple. Texas First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 3-5254 ANNOUNCEMENT?1 DINING. DANCING. AM US 1.7 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 HOUSES FURNISHED C-3 FOR RENT: 3 ROOM FURNISHED DUP- lex with patio. Contact Lt. Ruff 61st Engr. Tel. 33201. MISC. FOR RENT C-6 FOR RENT: TRAILER LOT 80 BY 40 uqlet private parking adults only. Coun­ tryside Trailer Park two miles south of Killeen on Highway 440. FOR RENT: PRIVATE TRAILER SPACE modern near school and close to shop­ ping center. Floyd Bishop Box 297 Cop­ peras^ FOR RENT: PRIVATE TRAILER SPACE modern near school and close to shop­ ping center. Flo.vd Bishop Box 297 Copperas Cove or call 3701 Killeen. REAL ESTATE C...

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

Ranch Wagon —This two-door six-passenger beauty gives full play to the beautiful new '55 Ford body lines. Custom Ranch Wagon—This beauty offers eye- pleasing exterior ornamentation and extra-col­ orful harmonizing interiors. 8-Passenger Country Sedan*—This smart new four-door beauty has room for eight or all your freight. Country Squire High distinction is the mark of this four-door eight-passenger lovely it's the finest in its field! open until 9 p.m. each evening for your convenience E I E 1/ I 1 MMimm ED CANTRELL MOTOR CO. Inc AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER There's Nothing On Wheels That Beats An NEXT TIME TRY A FORD You Can Make A Better Deal In BELTON Pay Day Specials! ALL USED CARS PRICED TO GO..THIS WEEK-END! CANTRELL DEAL the finest selection of 1955 Fords this side of the factory....your choice of all col­ or combinations. New Fords for as little as $300 DOWN and only $5366 New Officers NO DOWN PAYMENT WE FINANCE ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL TEXAS

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 March 1955

VOL. 9 No. 10 I Gaining momentum in its third week Fort Hood's 1955 Red Cross drive for 100 percent membership has grossed $4991.13—which is ap­ proximately one-eighth of the total goal to be reached by April 8 the closing date of the campaign. However spot checks reveal— this official figure which was re­ leased by the Red Cross Office here at press time does not re fleet the flood of contributions not tabulated as inter-divisional rival­ ry becomes more intense. Leading the way in response to the call to "Join and Serve" is the Fourth Armored Division. It is out ahead in both total member­ ships and in the all-important 100 percent unit memberships. Many Members Over 50 percent of the men from the Fourth Armored Division have I become members of the Red Cross was announced by Lt. Col. Rob- ^t M. Allgeier assistant Provost Marshall III Corps who is the gen­ eral chairman of the drive. Also announced were the units that have already attained the 100 percent membership goal. Spearhea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 March 1955

Page Two In 1941 when the Russian Iron Curtain came grinding down on Lithuania for the first time four men now serving with the First Armored Division at Fort Hood were living there. The second time the Russians marched into the tiny Baltic coun­ try in World War n the families of all four having lived under Russian rule once knew they had to get out or their lives would be worthless. After years of hardship and un­ certainty all four and what is left of their families managed to come to the United States. They are PFC Vytautas Uzgirjs 23 Supply Company First Trans­ portation and Supply Battalion Cpl. John R. Dainauskas 24 Head­ quarters Company 100th Tank Bat­ talion PFC Constantine Grunke 24 Headquarters and Service Com­ pany 81st Reconnaissance Bat­ talion and Cpl. Leonas P. Mickevi- cius 22 Company D First Tank Battalion. Share Experiences Though they had shared similar experiences for many years none had known each other until they were assigned to the First Armored Division an...

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

Thursday March 10 1955 "Soldiers Parade" On March 17 it will appear on the national network television show the Arlene Francis "Soldiers a ad am in N City. The chorus which recently won the Fourth Army "Soldier Singing Contest was invited to appear on the program after recordings of its songs were heard by the show's representatives. Accept Invitation The rmy has just announced that the invitation will be acceptcd and 32 men together with the chorus sponsor and the director will make the three-day trip. The First Armored group is ex­ pected to sing two numbers on the program "Louisiana Hayride" and "Dry Bones" a Negro spiritu­ al. It will also sing the opening and closing" theme music and pro­ vide background for some of the individual performers. For the chorus members the trip will be the climax of many months of hard work and great accomplish­ ments. Staiied as a quartet in August 1 9 5 3 iv is on chorus expanded rapidly to its pres­ ent size of approximately 45 voices. The group...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 March 1955

Page Four tVILXJAM 122 Eat 122 hCaThat Li£2'J3M t'uOllsheu in ttar Interest of tbe military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas every Thursday by tbe Temple Sales Circnlar Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and statement* reflecte. to the news and editorial columns represent views of tbe Individual writers and under nc 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 01 services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel rnrt Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Jor-^s Press Service material and pavers are authorized to reprint non-copyriehted AFPS materia) without written periniss-on from AFPS Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 41» Temple Texas. Subscription off post. $3 00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. All ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 March 1955

Thursday March 10 1955 Getting their first real good look at Army equipment were approxi­ mately 40 Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts who visited the First Ar­ mored Division last Saturday. Twenty Temple Boy Scouts from Troop 106 and two from Troop III visited the 73rd Armored Field Ar­ tillery Battalion. Accompanying the scouts were William B. Gibson and Ray Goad of Temple assistant scoutmasters. A an or he vi it made by Dr. David M. Bandy scoutmaster. The Cub Scouts came from three Beauty Is Not A Gift! —It Is A HABIT! Beauty vs a ritual a simple set of rules to be followed faithfully. Beauty is a heightening of color judiciously applied. Beauty is the conscientious sanitary' care of your skin your eyes your hair the relentless struggle against time and anxiety against dust and wind. For the best in professional Beauty Service call 42148 for appoint­ ment. Bobbettes BEAUTY STUDIO Ft. Hood—Ph. 42148 SMART PEOPLE GETTING A FIRST HAND view of a First Armored Division 105-mm. howitzer are som...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 March 1955

Page Six Katheder Plucks In 34 Points Sandia Base NOPE Win Games The gold that did not glitter may be the label tacked on to the Fort Hood Tankers before the Fourth Army Basketball tournament comes to a close Saturday night in the Camp Chaffee Sports Arena. The Hoodmen entering the tour­ nament with a so so reputation and a weak 13-15 seasons record turn­ ed on the heat in the first round at the Arkansas military installation to edge out a strong Fort Bliss ag­ gregation 88-82. Able Bill Katheder spearheaded the Tankers to the win with a 34 point effort in a tilt that was tied 13 times including seven locked scores in the first half. It wasn't until the last five minute of play that the Tankers slipped away to a ten point bulge over Bliss 84-74. From there the green and gold clad cagers came in with the win. It was a determined effort for the victorious Tankers who made every move well calculated. Hood employed a defense that blocked shot after shot of the Bliss cagers. Fort Bliss w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 March 1955

[Thursday March 10 1955 Rifle Pistol Matches Pistol and rifle marksmen of the First Armored Division will step to the firing line next Monday March 14. for the start of a double-bar­ reled competition in both weapons that will keep target-pullers busy on the Fort Hood ranges until April 2. The first phase of the competi­ I Hazel Walker's Troupe Troup which has demonstrated its Ibility from coast to coast com­ peting against the better men's team in the land. They do indeed have to be the best to win a place on the famed Arkansas Travelers the No. 1 women's cage attraction in the country. The Walker team will meet the Fort Hood All Stars from the male ranks at Sports Arena Minnesota Drops Kentucky Back In First Place Beavers Climb The Kentucky Wildcats ever gaining momentum for their drive to the NCAA title replaced San Francisco at the Sentinel's top cage spot in the final weekly poll. The Wildcats wrapping up their regular schedule with a 101-68 win over Tennessee impressed the sta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 March 1955

Page Eight ^Mfg& lilliliif SflSv.x.v.v.. -.i IRA YOUNG AUTO CO OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. DAILY •.MvC than NEW 1955 FORDS and CHEVROLETS %o3fov Nobody-but nobody COMPARE OUR LOW PRICES IN KILLEEN §fll§: & Highway 190 THL ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS GIVES A BETTER DEAL "N S .—m- SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 30 MONTHS TO PAY WE FINANCE ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL REGARDLESS OF RANK WE SELL ALL MAKES IRA YOUNG LARGEST CAR DEALER IN CENTRAL TEXAS IRA YOUNG t/ WHEN IN TEMPLE STOP IN AT THIS BIG AUTOMOBILE SHOW PLACE The reason IRA YOUNG can give you more for your old car and sell you a new car for less is volume-BIG volume. He sells more cars--therefore he can take less for each one. And that's to YOUR advantage. Come by today you'll be glad you did. QUALITY WISE-PRICE WISE OUR CARS ARE BETTER 4A W 4f' $Jr IN KILLEEN IRA YOUNG AUTO AGENCY Thursday March 10 1955 Z0' Highway 190 OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. DAILY

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 March 1955

Thursday March 10 1955 Baseball Returns By ^Three National Pilots Face Major Tests In '55 JIM BAPIS When Big Ted Kluzcwski of the Cincinnati Red Legs smashed an early spring training home run the other day it served notice to the basketball-captivated public of America that the national past- time is hammering its way back in­ to our pi-esence again. As honor clad and tested college cage teams prepare to write finish to seasons efforts in national tournaments the first chapter in baseball efforts for 1955 is still in wet ink. The eager sportswriter behind a desk full of statistics and quotes is composing a prophecy of what will happen when the 16 major league teams begin the maddening horse- hide crusade for 1955. The aver­ age fan is arguing his point for his favorite ball players. In essence the baseball hungry fans of Ameri­ ca are about to be fed. So as yet the infant season moves along it might do us well to dip into a shade of their set up and see what makes them tick—at least...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 March 1955

Page Ten Next time your wife gets the jit­ ters because the boss is coming to dinner tell her about CWO An­ drew Sivak of the Fourth Armored Division. This officer who head the Offi­ cers' Field Mess had "company" not only for dinner but breakfast and lunch as well each day during recent field exercises. The "company" included a total of 19 generals ranging from four- star to one-star with as many as a dozen present for a meal at the same time. "And they had healthy appetites" Warrant Officer Sivak said "after a day in the open during the exerecise." "They were also perfect exam­ ples of the Army slogan 'Take What You Want. And Eat What You Take'" said SFC Hibbert J. Adams of Port Arthur Tex. the mess steward. While serving general officers is not a new experience for Warrant Officer SivaK tne number served DEMOCRACY IN ACTION VISIT YOUR SCHOOLS during the 17-day exercise topped anything to date in his 15 years in the Army's Food Service Branch. "They seemed to be well pleased with ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 March 1955

Thursday March 10 1955 By EDWIN B. HICKS Nicknamed the "Ghost Battalion" for its ability to be everywhere at once the Fourth Armored's 25th Reconnaissance Battalion had a knack of second-guessing s-Vv^X CAPT. C. D. WILSON and son Don joined hundreds of military civilian and dependent personnel who turned out last Wednesday to welcome Aggressor troops of the Fourth Armored Division as they returned after nearly a month in the field during the recent field Exercises. The troops aboard their vehicles passed in re­ view before their commander Maj. General Thomas J. H. Trap- nell and other officers enroute to garrison life. (U.S. Army Photo) 2 Coat Du Pont PAINT JOB (Body Repairs Extra) & AUTO PAINT & BODY SHOP Box 456 Phone 5091 KILLEEN TEXAS Smarf Spring Styles for Men Men's Slacks *5.95 .. 9.95 Here are the slacks to add that new zip to your spring wardrobe Sport Coats 8.95 ». 14.95 Just arrived—a stunning selection of the newest styles for spring Sport Shirts 1.98 1 many gorg...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 March 1955

Page Twelve Autographic Self-winding with txdusive Reserve Power Gauge. *8950' Finance To Increase Officer EM Ranks The Finance Corps has been au­ thorized a small increase in offi­ cer personnel to meet the projected requirements placed on the Corps by the implementation of Inte­ grated Installation Accounting with­ in the technical and administrative vi he pa of Army has announced. The Reserve Officers eligible will be recalled in grades of captain or first lieutenant. Applications of higher grade will not be accepted said the announcement. The announcement stated that Regular Army enlisted personnel AUS warrant officers and person­ nel in an active reserve status would be eligible for the new pro­ gram. Qualified Regular Army and AUS warrant officers and enlisted men holding reserve commissions will be ordered to active duty in their reserve grades in the same priority as personnel in an active reserve status. Qualifications Needed In order to qualify for active duty as a commiss...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 March 1955

Thursday March 10 1955 ight Soldiers Wear 720th Crest Again Eight members of the 720th Mili­ tary Police Battalion are wearing that organization's crest for a sec­ ond time. The military policemen were all assigned to the Battalion in Tokyo at different times prior to that or­ ganization's transfer to Fort Hood last month. Korean Medical Methods Save Numerous Lives WASHINGTON (ANF) Many lives are being saved today by use of medical treatment methods de­ veloped by the Army during the Korean War. Study and treatment of wounded men with kidney failure in the com­ bat zone of Korea yielded informa­ tion which is applicable to patients it id a re causes. These methods now are being ap- t|rmysuccessfully lied at Walter Reed Medical Center and else­ where. In some cases the need for the artificial kidney is averted and in others the need can be delayed for many days. This is important in allowing time for a patient to be transport­ ed to an installation having an ar- ticial kidney still a...

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