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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

Page Eight WASHINGTON (ANF) A color television station which may grow into a closed circuit educational network to keep the health profes­ sions of the nation informed on the latest developments in their fields has been installed at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. The first television set-up in any of the armed forces medical es­ tablishments Station WRAMC-TV is ready to serve Walter Reed Hospital and the Army Medical Service Graduate School here. Medical Center Uses Color TV To Assist Education Program Pure as sunlight Have a Coke tOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY IV COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Temple Waco "CoW if registered trade-morle. 1953 THE COCA-COLA COMPANY LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE: Maj. Gen. Leonard D. Heaton. "Pr-esentation of medical surgi commanding general of the center L^ predicted that color television would open new horizons in the field of medical education in the and OUR 30-5-30 PLAN FOR MORE ECONOMY IN YOUR AUTOMOBILE FINANCING WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING MAXIMU...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

Thursday March 31 1955 Lv. Ft. Hood Bldg. 109 ARROW COACH LINES OFFER THRU BUS SERVICE 300 Ave. D—Killeen ining Hall 'Juke-Box' Serves ot Platters To Cool Engineers Aluminum dining-trays were al-imess sergeant's) newly redecorat- ways a problem in the mess hall of Headquarters Company 35th Engineer Group— Between meals they got dusty water spotted and (early in the morning) had a rigid effect on fried-eggs. Stored in open racks they were handled too much by the men at "chow-time." But that is all over now since the timely installation in the din­ ing hall of what the men call af­ fectionately "Juke-Box." "Juke-Box" is a homemade tray- dispensing-cabinet the "brain­ child" of 2nd Lieutenant Robert Hillman of Fordyce Ark. And is now the proudest addition to Mas­ ter Sergeant Glen Cathey's (the RITA MORENO an up-and- coming Hollywood temptress al­ ways sits this way when posing for photographers because it's good for her posture. Rita's pos­ ture is so good that her option has been ren...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

Page Ten SEARS choose yours now! Famous Coldspot AIR CONDITIONERS 199 95 H. P. 5.00 Down 13.00 Month (Usual Carrying Charge) Take advantage of Sears inviting low price to buy this -famous Coldspot beauty! It ventilates cools and dehumidifies. H. P. motor. Materials and workmanship guaranteed by Sears for 5 full years. Don't delay yacmsi&ed ftflDC ot jtorn mwcey 6ZG6" JEHIiJ DON'T MISS THIS! OPEN THURSDAYS TIL 9 P.M NOW! Straight Line Telephone Service to SEARS In Temple for your Convenience Killeen number Cost To 102 East Central TEMPLE TEXAS What Sears Sells Sears Services too... Homart Evaporative COOLERS Here is a hot buy! At a cool WINDOW ADAPTER INCLUDED FITS WINDOWS FROM 27 TO 36 INCHES WIDE .. COMFORTABLY COOLS 2 TO 4 ROOMS AS IT MpVES 3000 CFM. POWERFUL BLOWER IS POWERED 'AH. P. BY A QUIET RUNNING MOTOR. THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS 99 You can enjoy completely automatic work free washdays for a few dollars more than ordinary washers KENMORE AUTOMATIC WASHERS ONLY...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

Thursday March 31 1955 & 'f. WH ^10 1 ffar* -J* MANNING'S KILLEEN j/Z-fym v-#m§ /y GIVES YOU BETTER.. FINANCING SERVICE TRADE-IN PRICE THE NEW 1955! TASK FORCE CHEVROLET TRUCK Completely New NOW IN STOCK You Can Count on Us for the best in Auto Repairing When We Check Your Car ... You Know It's Right. Phone 2321 HIGH BUT OUR PRICES HAVE HIT A NEW LOW DON'T BUY ANY CAR... UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN US ... J5S "WW »XP»I W$&i /. *A'" /'V* THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS tHOBKTt TO OWE OF Tgfsr FROM out BIG SELECTION OF 1953 CHEVROLET 4 door with radio and heater One Owner 1953 CHEVROLET 2 door one owner 1950 CHEVROLET Fleetline 4 door one owner a local ear wM IIP i-SSfl 202 South Gray VALUES 1952 PLYMOUTH Chambridge nicest in town. Radio and heater 1949 CHEVROLET 2 door radio and heater 1947 FORD Coupe have to see to appreciate DON'T BUY ANY CAR -UNTIL YOU SEE US MANNING CHEVROLET CO I LOT HWY. PHONE 7801 CAR-.L.~!190 Wmdt&l MANNING CHEVROLET CO IN KILLEEN THE RECORDS SHOW MO...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

Page Twelve He is M-Sgt. Robert R. McGhee who received a rating of "excel­ lent' to top his classmates in the Ammunition Supply Supervisor Course at the Maryland military in­ stallation. He is assigned to Head­ quarters Company 126th Armored Ordnance Battalion. TAKING USAFI TESTS at the post hospital I and E center are (foreground) Capt. Ouida R. Mire Sgt. Cody L. Fuller and Lit. Betty O. Bowman with Capt. Melvin F. DeLand training officer for the hospital looking on. Busily at work in the background are Pvt. Maurice J. Lemoine SFC Billie F. Loughry and Sgt. Milton Trimble. PFC Richard G. Parsons examiner (at left) is available to answer questions that might arise. Patients and 85 per cent of the 4005th SU Medical Detachment are taking part in the educational program. A branch of III Corps I and E the hospital center is open to any military personnel at Fort Hood. It is open for testing Wednesday and Friday afternoons and is open for study USAFI information and educational advice ev...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

Thursday March 31 1955 YOUNG MOTOR CO 1953 MERCURY MONTEREY RADIO HEATER AND OVERDRIVE 1952 OLDSMOBILE 98 SEDAN ONE OWNER LOW MILEAGE 1954 PLYMOUTH FOUR DOOR BELVEDERE SEDAN. LIKE NEW 1954 FORD TUDOR FULLY EQUIPPED 1950 MERCURY CONVERTIBLE OUT OF THIS WORLD AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER EASTER SPECIALS See the fabulous new 300 h. p. Chrysler for 1955. This ear came in with the first 2 places in the Daytona Beach 160 mile endurance test with a speed of over 130 m. p. h. See it today. These are some of our terrifice bargains. WE HAVE TWO 1950 OLDSMOBILES ONE 98 ONE 88 EACH FOR THE LOW PRICE OF LOTS OF OLDER MODELS OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M. DAILY LOOK HIGHWAY 190 1495 1395 1595 THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS If you want to drive your own car for EASTER YOU CAN We Sell All Ranks! SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS 30 months to pay IRA YOUNG Authorized Kaiser-Willys-Nash-Packard Dealer CENTRAL TEXAS' LARGEST CAR DEALER NEW 1955 FORDS and CHEVROLETS 1595 TWO KILLEEN LOCATIONS WE FINANCE ALL MILITAR...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

Page Fourteen Riding herd on a division full of young men while protecting equip­ ment worth millions of dollars has been a 'round-the-clock job for the 4 0 4 it a a since last June when it was or­ ganized. In that time the Fourth Armor­ ed Division policemen have fur­ nished escorts for visiting digni­ taries patrolmen to cover the di­ vision area 24 hours a day and di­ rected and controlled the heavy flow of before and after work traf- fice on the post. As the Military Police motto apt­ ly puts it they ai*e "Of the troops for the troops." Their mission is primarily prevention and assist­ ance. Prevention of crime larceny accidents and any other offenses assistance to the Fourth Armored Division soldier. Says Second Lieutenant Herbert L. Raburn of Florence Ala. Op­ erations Officer of the company »v.\\ Military Police Have Full-Time Job In Protection And Assistance "We get fine cooperation from most of the men and commanders with whom we come in contact al­ though occasionally some...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

Marcli 31 1955 159 Completely Furnished at the sensationally low price of Compare this value-you have never bought such quality at such a low price. Any room can be purchased separately. Let us show you these and many other values. LIVING ROOM SUITE 00 BABY BED 39.95 With Mattress 37 SOFA BED OCCASIONAL CHAIR 2 TABLES COMPLETE 2 LAMPS An exceptional buy at our low price is this beautiful two-piece living room suite. New modern styling with simple lines and button back detailing. The sofa open up into a comfortable double bed at night. Choose from glorious new colors in an assortment of modern textured fabrics. See it today! BABY'S CAR BED Converts to a seat folds flat for storage. Canvas cover waterproof mattress. NURSERY CHAIR BABY'S PLAY PEN Hardwood nursery chair with gay Sturdily made of hardwood! folds decal trim removable tray and easily for storage. $10 QC •namel commode. 4.95-5.95-6.95 Natural finish. Open 8 a.m. 7:30 p.m. 95 1 mm w.cb(OOMS SHOW 96* CARD ANO GAMf ROOMS wmm l...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

Page Sixteen PREPARING ONE OF MANY MEALS for members of Headquar­ ters III Corps are these four soldiers of Headquarters Company III Corps. They are left to right PFC Freddie C. Lane PFC Ken­ neth E. Brune Sgt. Buford A. Owens first cook and Sgt. Garland S. Dalnehard. This is one of many less-publicized jobs that keeps III Corps operating regular. Ill Corps celebrated its 37th anni­ versary yesterday. (U.S. Army Photo by Miller) New Reserve Plan Gives Men Choice Of 4 Ways To Serve WASHINGTON CAFPS)—The pro-| The Defense Department believes posed National Reserve Plan offers that the six months of active duty the young men of the nation foui I would improve the National Guard by eliminating repeated atten- ways of fulfilling their military ob­ ligations. The newest feature of the plan is a program which would enable about 100000 men between the ages of 17 and 19 to volunteer each year for six months of basic training to be followed by nine-and-a-half years in the Ready Reserve. While...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

Thursday March 31 1955 ^^ye ^Soldiers Of Friendly Nations Train For Freedom In Army WASHINGTON (ANF) Soldiers from friendly nations the world over are attending Army schools in the United States to learn how to defend their freedom against pos­ sible aggression. This year more than 2000 for­ it a 2 9 countries are training in United States Army service schools under the Mutual Defense Assistance Pro­ gram. Between 450 and 600 foreign students from non-MDAP countires also will be trained by the Ai-my this year. Countries represented are Bel­ gium Brazil Chile. Colombia Dnmark Ecuador Ethiopia Na­ tionalist China France Great Brit­ ain Greece Indo-China Iran Iraq Italy Japan Korea Luxembourg the Netherlands Norway Pakis­ tan Peru the Philippines Portu­ gal Spain Thailand Turkey Uru­ guay and Yogoslavia. Military Aid It is through MDAP that the .United States provides military material and training to these al­ lied nations. Of the two training This is the first robin of spring —Robin ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

3 Page Eighteen WASHINGTON —(ANF)— Mili­ tary maps so comprehensive that they provide troop commanders with a complete battleground de­ tail yet so simple they can be un­ derstood by a child now are being made by the Army. As a result map reading—once a science mastered only by highly trained officers and soldiers—has become even more simple than newspaper reading. These revolutionary battle maps are known as relief maps- precise detailed terrain models made of tough light-weight plastic Soldier Stabbed In Temple Cafe A Fourth Armored Division sol­ dier was stabbed to death in a Temple cafe following an argument with a civilian early Saturday morning. The victim was Pvt. George C. Queen assigned to the 1444th Ar­ mored Signal Company. Queen's assailant Andrew Jackson Thom­ as was charged with murder and is being held by civilian authori­ ties. The stabbing according to the'for the last round-up. KILLEEN—WEST HIGHWAY 190—PHONE 6891 Army Simplifies Map Techniques which can be mass-pro...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

Thursday March 31 1955 ANCHORAGE Alaska—(ANF) How cool is cool? How cold is cold? How cold is bitterly cold? These are not catch questions They're serious and the Army knows the answers. The Army can gauge how weath­ er from 45 degres below zero to 90 degrees above will affect sol­ diers exposed to it. It's all based on the windchill which simply defined is the rela­ tionship between temperature and air movement and how—as these two factors varyt—hey affect hu­ man beings. Just a small amount of air movement makes a surpris­ ingly great difference. The Army has a chart to show the windchill factor and measure what it does to troops during the widest spread of sub-Arctic condi­ tions. Most people in the more tem­ perate climes pi'obably never heard of windchill. But soldiers on maneuvers in Alaska are very fa­ miliar with it. They have to be and the word is commonplace with troop commanders and medical corpsmen when they maneuver in frigid weather like that experi­ enced during Alask...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

Page TVenty COOL OFF il mm Private Laure Gets DD For Tlieft For leaving his sentry post with­ out being properly relieved and for theft Pvt. William Laure Battery B 66th AFA 4th Armored Divion was sentenced to be dishonorably MATS In Greenland WESTOVER AFB Mass. (AFPS) —The Military Air Transport Serv­ ice recently finished four years of successful airlift operations to Thule AB Greenland. In the pro­ cess MATS crews completed 4500 flights to this strategically-located AF base at the "top of the world" since airlift operations started in 1951. mm/Ik WITH THE EVAPORATIVE COOLER 59.95 $1 $5.00 Will Hold Until Delivered New improved louvers distribute the air throughout the room in­ stead of blowing it straight ahead. Four-switch dial controlled—you select any volume of cooled air you want. Come by and see the new Dearbornaire enjoy new summer comfort. Pumps extra. FREE INSTALLATION DURING PRE-SEASON SALES Ti\J I lwC« A RADAR UNIT to be used in the apprehension of speeders is being loo...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

Thursday March 31 1955 TTRAOTMRNMAV A NNF WASHINGTON (AFPS) —The helicopter has once again met the test in a new assignment this time as an airborne minesweeper ha a ad in coastal waters and harbor en­ trances. In its new role the 'copter-mine­ sweeper can surge ahead of sur- Coast Guard Makes Port Notice Mandatory WASHINGTON (AFPS) The Coast Guai'd has made it manda­ tory for all foreign and domestic ships to give a 24-hour advance no­ tice to the local GG Captain of the Port before enterng U.S. ports. Pre­ viously the practice was generally in effect on a volunteer basis. The CG has controlled vessel movements as part of the port se­ curity program since 1951. Vessels operating in the Great Lakes motorboats numbered by the CG and ships not on high seas are exempt from the rule. COMFORTABLE BOX CUSHION SEATS RUBBER Upholstered 7 PIECE Two Chairs. (•Two Step Tables Coffee Table ^Minesweeper Role Given To 'Copter Gleaming TRIPLE PLATE CHROME stays bright and new look ina always CHROM...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

Page Twenty-Two aw»e* lfc»-w ~V ^...VA...aA«X A A* A WW**' Gen. Says Army In Europe Can Check Aggresion PARIS (AFPS)—General Alfred Greunther is convinced that Soviet aggression in Europe now or in the future would be decisively turned back by Allied A-bomb re­ taliation. A an an of NATO forces in Europe said U.S. B-47 Stratojets and B-52 Stratofort- resses give NATO "tremendous' retaliatory capacity. The numerically superior Rus­ sians might score some initial ad­ vances if they attacked Gen. he a id in he no it an A atomic might. "We could retaliate with atomic weapons today if we had to" Gruenther added. But he stressed NATO's change­ over to a strategy based on nu­ clear tactics will not be complete for another three to four years. By that time tr- will come real­ ization of West German rearma­ ment consisting of 12 Army di­ visions and additional air and naval units. Germany's proposed contribution to NATO will give the latter a "for­ ward strategy" designed to protect Germany ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

Thursday March 31 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 l'emple 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 bv calling the mess secretary. Phone 8-321. RENTALS APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED C-2 FOR RENT: ONE. TWO AND THREE bedroom apartments. $55.00. S65 and Sw5. All bills paid. Marjorie Baker Baker Drug. Copperas Cove Texas. MISC. FOR RENT C-6 FOR RENT: TRAILER LOT SO BY 40 uqiet. private parking adults only. Coun­ tryside Trailer Park two miles south of Killeen on Highway 440. frOR RENT: PRIVATE TRAILER SPACE modern near school and close to shop­ ping center. Floyd Bishop. Box 297. Cop­ peras Cove or call 3701 Killeen. FOR RENT: PRIVATE TRAILER SPACE modern near school and close to shop- I p...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 March 1955

Page Twenty-Four 1954 FORD TUDOR 1953 FORD Tu ued:xL .TsIRC OMOWMT 1951 FORDUK. '6951 S S I artCars '°*r^ '9951 „°Lro„ I s1295I wcyM Many Other Fine To Choose From I __ I I THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS W E W WARNING! ONLY AN AUTHORIZED DEALER CAN GIVE YOU A NEW CAR WARRANTY THAT IS BACKED BY THE FACTORY WE WILL NOT BE OUT-TRADED! fg— CHECK EVERY DEAL- THEN SEE US! We Know We Have the Best 2 1 —m Phone 726 I OPEN UNTIL 9 P M. BELTON 121 North Main 7 DAYS A WEEK AUTHORIZED DEALER Phone 61 Repeat WE E ED CANTRELL Motor Co. Inc. O A E Thursday March 31 1955

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 April 1955

VOL. 9 No. 14 Maundy Thursday Holy Commu­ nion for Protestants will be con­ ducted as announced in the HI Corps Daily Bulletin. Good Friday Easter Sunday Will Be Attendance Day The Junior Department of the Post Sunday School is sponsoring a Church Attendance Day Easter Sunday. The service will be held in the 50th Street Chapel at 1100 hours on Easter Sunday. Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Claude R. Ingram Fort Hood and III Corps Chaplain will de­ liver the Easter sermon. He will be assisted in the service by Chap­ lain Garrett Nalley. Miss Michiko Takeuchi a Japanese music stu­ dent from Phillips University will sing. Parents are especially urged to attend this service. REPORT ON CC "C" OF THE 4TH A.D. Following its exploits in War II which ended in May of 1945 this combat command of the famed ourth Armored Division did not a in he in a of is year when it was called upon to provide the Aggressor Force in exercise Blue Bolt. In this operation its three organ­ ic battalions were reinforced by iv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 April 1955

Page Two 4th Armored SOP Published By G-3 On a football field a smooth- working team has every knowing what when and how to operate un­ der certain conditions. A winning military unit is much |j^e same and the Fourth Armored Vision has done something to- \d establishing the smoothness Lmarks a professional unit. [vice Wives Have Class Citizenship prep-school designed to bene­ fit the "non-citizen wives" of Fort Hood personnel will be organized soon to help those interested in ob­ taining their citizenship papers it was announced last week by in Corps Headquarters. Plans currently being considered include setting up classes at Fort Hood Killeen and Temple thus eliminating a long round-trip to Waco. This school will serve as a prep- course prior to the application for citizenship. When it was first realized that the wives of Fort Hood personnel were complelled to travel to Waco Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold wife of the commanding general Head­ quarters HI Corps contacted Mr. Oliver L. Frankl...

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

Thursday April 7 1955 JTo/ First Armored Division person­ nel won two of these. The best novelty act was judged to be Pri- Temple uso 117 S. 5th St. FRIDAY APRIL 8th 8 p.m.—Cookie Bake and Easter Egg Dyeing Party Prizes for the most attractive unusual and most original eggs. SATURDAY APRIL 9th 9:30 Record Time 1:30p.m.—Leathercraft. a 1 a letter home. 8:30 Bunny Hop 9:30—Easter Parade 11:30—Goodnight Sweetheart. Re­ freshments. SUNDAY APRIL 10th 6 a.m.—Sunrise Pageant. Mary- Hardin Baylor college Belton. 8:30 a.m.—Java Hour Hot Cross Buns. 10:30 a.m.—Church Call 3:00 p.m.—Sing-a-long Hour 4:45 p.m.—Easter Message Special Music. 5:30 p.m.—Dinner Bell Hour USO Senior Hostesses MONDAY APRIL 11th 7:30—Informal Games MONDAY APRIL 11th 7:30—Informal Games TUESDAY APRIL 12th Family night—Servicemen and families welcome. Games all kinds Informal Dancing. WEDNESDAY APRIL 13th Crafts Leathercraft Photo Tinting. THURSDAY APRIL 14th Skittle Ping Pong. Games of your choosing all kinds Academy Pr...

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