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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 March 1955

Page Fourteen Contest To Close Reeiilistinent Essays Due On March 15 The re-enlistment essasy contest which has been going on since Feb­ ruary 3 closes here at Fort Hood on March 15. All essays must be submitted to Headquarters III Corps ATTN: AG-PR by that date. The manuscript should be 200 to 400 words long and should contain your reasons for enlisting or re- enlisting or why you should enlist or re-enlist. It should be typed on 8 1 0 in pa an spaced. Be sure that it is securely fastened and covered with a pro­ tective covering preferably a raa- nila folder. Your name must not appear anywhere on the manu­ script or its cover because both the Fort Hood judges and the Fourth Army judges will not have knowl­ edge of the author's identity. First prize ior Fort Hood compe­ tition is $50 second prize is $25 and third prize ij $15. First prize for Fourth Army competition is $100 second prize is $75 and third prize is $50. The essay winning first prize at Fort Hood will be printed in the ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 March 1955

Thursday March 10 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory Attorneys At Law iemple. Texas First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 3-5254 ANNOUNCEMENT? DINING. DANCING. AMDS 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 bv 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 SO BY 40 uqiet private parking adults only. Coun­ tryside Trailer Pajk 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 Cove or call 3701. Killecn. FOR RENT: PRIVATE TRAILER SPACE modern near school and close to shop­ ping center. Floyd Bishop Box 297 Copperas Cove or call 3701 Killeen. I REAL ESTATE rt PROPT. FOR SALE 0-1 FOR SALE: TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 1605 N. 24th Street. Floor furnace har...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 March 1955

Page Sixteen 1954 Ford Fordor very clean 1954 Ford Tudor Like new 1953 Ford Victoria Continental. Loaded 1954 Ford Custom Fordor with radio S1JCQC heater and Fordomatic 1954 FORD CONTINENTAL SEDAN EIGHT PASSEN­ GER ONE OWNER LOADED. 1952 Chevrolet Fourdoor Deluxe with radio and heater 1951 Ford Tudor Custom V-8 with heater and overdrive .. 1946 Pontiac Two door "8" Plenty More Cars Not Listed USED CAR LOT LOCATED ON KILLEEN HIGHWAY 190 AT THE CIRCLE. PHONE 726 New FAfRLANE Series S an all six models in Ford's new Fawtene Series features the new wrap-around windshield new hrawioits in tenors and wide choke of Btua&ingly new single and two-feoae eatenor colors. Ivvv 1295 1295 1195 595 $ 650 195 $ OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK little THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Ed Cantrell has proven that a For The Best Deal In Bell County SALES RECORDS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES small town dealership can operate on BIG VOLUME! ED CANTRELL MOTOR CO BELTON TEXAS Authorized Dealer OWN A NEW FOR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 March 1955

VOL. 9 No. 11 Thirty Italian officers arrived at Fort Hood Saturday night at 9 p.m. to observe training of the First and Fourth Armored Divisions. They were greeted by members of the III Corps G2 staff section. Heading the group of Italian vis­ itors were Maj. General Umberto Gerleri General of Motorization Maj. General Remo Pollastrini chief of artillery Brig. General Allesandro Ambrosiani. command­ ing general of Julia Alpine Bri­ gade and Brig. General Aldo Beolchine commanding general of Armored Corps. Monday morning Maj. General Thomas L. Harrold III Corps com­ mander welcomed the officers to Fort Hood in the main ball room of the Officer's Mess prior to their meeting the commanding general of the First Armored Division Maj. General William S. Biddle. Observed Activities [During the i*emainder of the lorning the Italian officers ob­ served training activities of the di­ vision. At the Pilot Knob Area a at is a of a provided by units from the division. At the display were a tank...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 March 1955

Page Two By GEORGE APPEL A cave—as defined in dry-as-dust dictionaries—is simply "an apening produced by nature in the solid crust of the earth as a result of the solvent action of ordinary cir­ culating underground water." However men have never been willing to accept caves as mere holes in the ground without endow­ ing them with uncanny attributes. Perhaps because of their own men­ tal darkness. Instead caverns through the so a on of he a mind have become dark-centers round which have clustered many legends superstitions and myths. In the imaginations of poets priests and prophets caves have be on id re he a of nymphs strange unnatural beasts dread spirits—the passageways to subterranean Hades and Hells where conjurors might converse with the dead and the resting places of such national heros as Barbarroso and King Arthur. Discover Cave Therefore it was not unusual— not beyond human nature—soon after a cave was discovered at a point near Shell Mountain on he Fort Hood reservation ...

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

Thursday March 17 1955 Join the Red Cross. Use Our LAY-A-WAY GRADUATES! GIFT FOR A LIFETIME! SniMron World's fastest portable! 39 features .. ..full-size keyboard ... big office typewriter performance... amazing PAGE GAGE to take the guesswork out of page-end typing. It's a beauty! See it demon* strated! $73.77 Skyrifrer $105.65 Sterling $122.65 Super CARTER PRINTING COMPANY 404 N. Gray Killeen SAVE 30%-40% 50% AND MORE Regular 2.50... Regular 3.50 .. Prince Gardner and Enger-Kress Regular 2.50 to $10 Open TONIGHT UNTIL 9 P.M. All Prices Include Tax *!&. Plan For That Men's TOILET KITS FABRIC0RD COVER THE CONCESSIONS COMMITTEE of the Fort Hood Activities Group has a very difficult job in planning the number and operation of all concessions at the Fort Hood carnival to begin April 30. They are (left to right) Mrs. F. R. Blankenship Mrs. Mildred Simmons Mrs. W. Paul Johnson Mrs. Hundley Thompson and Mrs. Donald Crespin. Mrs. Edwin Sutton also a member of the committee is not pictu...

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

Page Four A t'oDllsheo in the Interest of the military and civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and statement's reflecte 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 PnbUe Information Office Armored Sentinel fort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and pavers are authorized to reprint non-copyrighted AFPS material without written penrilssvon from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office. P.O. Box «1». Temple Texas. Subscription off post $3-00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. All pictures are United States Amy Blma...

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

Thursday March 17 1955 A CHECK FROM the Fort Hood Chest Fund was presented to Mrs. Billye Haney (left) director of the North Central Girl Scout Area of Waco by Maj. General Thomas L. Harrold III Corps command­ ing general during ceremonies held at the III Corps Headquarters last week. Looking on during the ceremony are (.left to right) Maj. Raymond E. Morgan Military Advisor to the Fort Hood Girl Scouts Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold honorary chairman of the Fort Hood Girl Scout_ council Mrs. John R. Dwyer chairman of the Fort Hood Girl Scout council a.nd Lt. Col. Ralph H. Elliot IH Corps G-3. The check was the annual payment to the Girl Scouts from the Fort Hood Chest Fund to promote scouting in Central Texas. (U.S. Army Photo by Von Ludwick) SOLOISTS JANET WILSON Ames Iowa (left) and Myr-Lou Rollins Corpus Christi will present their interpretation of "Ballet" from Dance Commentary at Fort Hood next week. The young women and other members of the Modern Dance Group of Texas State College fo...

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

Page Six TOM JOHNSON Tom Johnson Winds Up Army Ring Career An outstanding First Armored Division ring artist will hang up his army gloves and don civilian ones this week. Private First Class Tommy John­ son Medical Detachment 100th Tank Battalion who pounded 21 of his ring opponents into oblivion has recorded 30 wins in 32 starts. The angular 147 pound welter­ weight had never stepped into the squared circle before entering the Army and now his Army cultivated pugilistic proficiency has inspired him to pursue a civilian boxing ca­ reer. Hailing from Ambler Pa. the 21-year-old scrapper was named outstanding boxer of the week sev­ en times. Major General William S. Biddle First Armored Division Commander made the presentation on each occasion. Johnson won the Fourth Army Boxing Championship in 1954 and reached the semi-finals in the Na­ tional Golden Glove Championship held in Kansas in February 1954. He plans to fight in the light­ weight class out of Philadelphia. The departing ring...

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

Thursday March 17 1955 Jlevamped Temple Phone PR3-6878 THIS TWO POINTER—by Jerry Doyle was not enough to spell victory out of defeat for the Fort Sill Cannoneers in tjieir first battle against the Fort Hood Tankers at Camp Chaffee. Moving in to swipe the rebound are Bob Hoskins (...) and Jim Eddins (...) of Fort Hood. That's Hood's Jim Manning trying to block the at­ tempt. The Tankers won a thriller from the Sill team 82-74. Cage Team Has Marine The lone marine eager on the U.S. team competing in the Pan- Am games is Sgt. James Hoover- der of Parris Island S. C. He was the Missouri Intercollegite Confer­ ence scoring champ his junior year. In Army Meet Katheder Stars Softball Tourney Slated Hank Wolfe writes that the third annual Virginia Amateur Softball Association's tournament for serv­ ice teams will be played at Rich­ mond on July 1-2. A team from Ft. Lee Va. captured last year's title. For info write Hank Wolfe Virginia ASA Commissioner 118 Seneca Road Richmond 26 Va. You can...

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

Page Eight i-m Dropped From Pan Am Tryouts A hospital X-Ray machine knoek cd Fourth Army middleweight re in am on iv at a Abraham out of a possible conten­ tion at the Pan-American games tryouts in San Antonio last week. A finger he'd injured before he or is Army tournament last month while working out with a Fourth Armor-- ed Division team-mate did the trick. "It bothered me at Fort Bliss but I still wrestled with it" he says. It couldn't have been too much of a bother though since he won three matches by pins two by de­ cisions. Abraham who is assigned to the 144th Signal Co. pinned one man in 50 seconds the fastest time of the matches until former Olympic wrestler Billy Borders pinned a man in 47. Acted Up In San Antonio the scene of the Pan-American Games tryouts the hand acted up again. "I got a full- nelson on a man in a workout and couldn't hold it. The hand wouldn't grip." Borders who coached the Fourth Army men noticed it and had it x-rayed. Though 'Abe' tried to talk them ...

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

Thursday March 17 1955 •YOUNG MOTOR CO COMPARE THE PRICE! YOU GET MORE FOR YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU PEAL WITH EVERYONE GETS THE SAME DEAL WE FINANCE ALL RANKS IN KILLEEN IRA YOUNG AUTO CO IN KILLEEN AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER IRA YOUNG HIGHWAY 190 HIGHWAY 190 -""-V THL ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS 'Sky*-.*. 3. LOWER PAYMENTS 4. FINANCING TO ALL 5. BETTER TRADE INS Into Our Deal TODAY -A 1. MUCH LOWER KICES Ira Young sells more cars at less profit for each unit. Result—bigger savings for you. VISIT OUR LARGE TEMPLE SHOWROOM FIVE REASONS WHY IRA YOUNG SELLS SO MANY AUTOMOBILES 2. YOUR CHOICE OF ALL MAKES AND MODELS Ira Young carries all makes and models in stock—so there's no waiting. Just choose the make model and style you want* Payments arranged to suit your individual needs. You have as long as 30 months to pay balance on all deals. We sell every member of the Armed Services ... treat them all the same. Everyone can have financing. Ira Young can give you as much or more fo...

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

Page Ten The 25th Armored Infantry Bat­ talion 1st Armored Division is sponsoring the III Corps Marks­ manship Program at Fort Hood on March 27. Eligiblity to participate in the program is not reserved for A iv A so el a Hood. Members of the National Guard Army Reserve and Senior ROTC units in this and nearby areas are also invited to partici­ 25th AIB Sponsors Shoot Program Here March 27 pate. In order to insure a place in the firing orders participants may phone Fort Hood 35109. Participants in the program will •have priority during off-duty hours on the use of Pilot Knob Rifle an no is Range "A" and the Indoor Small- Bore Range in Building No. 52. The Indoor range will be available for .22 caliber firing only. All phases A room at the White-Flaza Hotel in Dallas means an enjoyable week end. The White-Plazas (at San Antonio and Corpus Christ! too) ue real service men's hotels. (Adv.) Continuous quality uear after ijeai* Have a Coke tOTTlED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY ...

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

Thursday March 17 1955 MARCH 17th Safety Record Wins 4th AD Passes Four consecutive months with no 1 accidents or traffic vio­ lations by eight division units sparked the Fourth Armored Di­ vision's safety drive in February. Men of the eight pace-setting units that have had perfect safety records from November on will each receive a one-day pass for their accomplishment. Members of all units that complete one month or more with no accidents or vio­ Beauty Counselor Cosmetics Fashion is not a guessing game ... Why should buying cosmetics be? Try—Before you Buy ... With Beau­ ty Counselor. For THRU MARCH 19th 81.95 Regular NOV*/ YOU SAVE lations also receive one day passes. The eight units are: Company B 508th Tank Battalion Company C 512th Armored Infantry Battalion S vi at 2 2 A Field Artillery Battalion Batteries A and B 66th Armored Field Ar­ tillery Battalion Company C 37th Tank Battalion Fourth Armored Division Band and the Division Medical Detachment. ./* Appointment Call Fort ...

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

Page Twelve Driver Company Moves To Sill A vehicle driver detachment of two oficers and 55 enlisted men left Fort Hood Tuesday morning with the 75th Transportation Truck Company to return two sedans and 51 trucks and trailers from Fort Sill Okla. The officer in charge of the ve­ hicle driver detachment is 2nd Lt. Joseph Dauksys of Company A 1st Transportation and Supply Bn. 1st Tudor v-8 with ra dio and heater. 6 cylinder tudor Priced at only Plate Gloss Mirror WALNUT OR BLONDE FINISH 2-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE AS SHOWN ABOVE COTTON PELT MATTRESS STEEL BASE COIL SPRING 2-FEATHER PILLOWS 2-18x30 COTTON RUGS WROUGHT IRON MAGAZINE RACK 81 & 36 Armored Division. The other offi­ cer making the trip is 2nd Lt. Joseph P. Bohan of Company C 1st Transportation and Supply Bn. Approximately four days will be needed for the journey. One out of every seven people in the U. S. received some kind of Red Cross aid or training last year. $ DUNCAN BROS. Zu FORD 8-PC. SOFA BED GROUP 1-Sofa Bed 2-Step T...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 March 1955

Thursday March 17 1955 LEGALS ''«x Legal Directory A'l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Gray Killecn Ph. 1861 415 N. SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law l'emple. Texas First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 3-5254 ANNOUNCEMENTS 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 HOUSES FURNISHED C-3 FOR RENT: 3 ROOM FURNISHED DUP- lex with patio. Contact Lt. Ruff 61st Engr. Tel. 33201. FOR RENT: ONE TWO AND THREE bedroom apartments. S55.00. S65 and $75. All bills paid. Mar.iorie Baker Baker Drug. Copperas Cove Texas. MISC. FOR RENT C-6 FOR RENT: TRAILER LOT 80 BY 40 uqiet private parking adults only. Coun­ tryside Trailer Park two miles south of Cilleen 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 3...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 March 1955

Pace Fourteen .'•• Wi? ••te •?w ^V'i .vS1*^ v7v/- •_•••• •c£v ?"Vr#T j-£f V 3 ~. H«|:' ••.: -V ^\-'..N .. •£*"'::V -& .JQ-.v-gg:- V. kMvra':M.5.- s»r." .i'^i j'-ii':-':' »!f- V.J V"^.-'V«c?-:. V*. .' '.v .'.''/.•'.•••':?t- a V'- v.: yi' N vfe* •4^:- 1 •:.^v''V -t '.l*- '.. S •-'-^•iA*.'''1 ." .-..J rf: .v^ v*g: ^FJ i- '•'T'':!.'V C. gf' ..v -. •''V* Ki: '"T vV'U- -^c: '4 .• &•*• p* Ed Cantrell FIRST SALES (fhsck Jh&M USED CARS 1954 FORD FORDOR Fully Equipped $1595 1954 FORD Country Sedan Fully Equipped A Local Car $1895 1954 FORD Tudor With Radio and Heater $1295 1952 CHEVROLET four door $495 1951 Studebaker 4 door V-8 $495 1950 Studebaker 2 door With Heater and Overdrive $250 For ds t*j ^5ST *Vs- h'\* ^O THE ARMORED SENTINEL* FORT HOOD TEXAS Little as New Officers NO DOWN PAYMENT OPEN UNTIL 9 p.m. 7 Days a Week 11 w1 i^V ***v YOU CAN OWN A NEW FORD per month WITH LOW INTEREST RATES AND LONG TRADE INS ED CANTRELL: Gives you a Better Price Gives You a Better Trade In. Giv...

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

VOL. 9 No. 12 Given a between-pay-day-boost by an almost 300 per cent increase in memberships within the First Armored Division during last week Fort Hood's 1955 Red Cross fund- raising campaign has almost reach­ ed the $8000 mark according to the official tabulation released at press time. Also giving the important and worthwhile drive a big boost was Maj. General Thomas L. Harrold Fort Hood and III Corps command­ ing general who at last Wednes­ a in a it ross drive chairmen expressed personal interest in the success 5f the drive and gave it his "whole­ hearted support." Addressing the officers upon whose leadership the ultimate suc­ cess of the campaign depends Gen­ eral Harrold said that the only goal established for this year's drjve was 100 per cent membership by all personnel of Fort Hood. Next Genera] Harrold pointed out to the assembled unit-chairmen that last year over $150000 of fi­ nancial assistance was rendered to Fort Hood personnel and their fam­ ilies by the American...

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

Page Two By ED HICKS Flaming Arabian stallions and scimitars would be more appropri­ ate for Alfred H. M. Shehab by birth an Arbian Prince. But tanks and artillery suit him fine. In his ancestral home his title is His Highness the Emir but in America it's Captain Armor. Now commanding Headquarters Company Fourth Armored Divison Trains Captain Shehab who was born in Cape May N. J. can trace Medical personnel of the Fourth Armored Division here can cure a cold set a broken arm or per­ form a major operation if neces­ sary. And in addition they top the list of "sharpest" soldiers in the division. Soldiers assigned to the 46th Ar­ mored Medical Battalion have been chosen as the Colonel's orderly seventy-two percent of the time since this honor has gone to the neatest shiniest most soldierly candidate at the daily guard for­ mation during the past month. In the last 28 days soldiers of the 46th have been selected 20 times in competition with troops of the sev­ en other commands which mak...

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

Thursday March 24 1955 THE III CORPS Officers' wives a group whose husbands are mem­ bers of the III Corps Headquarters and 4005th SU Station Comple­ ment Headquarters met for the first time last week. Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold left foreground addressed 118 ladies at the meeting. The group will meet on the fourth Tuesday of each month with officers' wives from the various III Corps sections in charge of the entertainment. (U.S. Army Photo by Treadway) Fort Hood Cub Scouts Mark 45th Anniversary Of Scouting iThe Fort Hood Cub Scouts Pack !i were feted Friday night at the Meadows school with a banquet commemorating the 45th Anniver­ sary of Scouting in America. Held over because of Exercise Blue Bolt the banquet sponsored by the Fort Hood Dads' club also on or 1 5 a M-Sgt. Herbert M. Mandel Pack 111 cub master. After the invocation by Chaplain (Capt.) Claude A. Steele Lt. Col. Joseph W. Long who represented the Dads' club that sponsors the pack welcomed the 250 guests and the uniformed sc...

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