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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 April 1955

Page Four I?ipf rnmrrFY ion ir&ct A*ynil *strppt Crime News Published in the interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and •tatemoorb reflects* 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 01 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 Forties Press Service material and papers are authorized to reprint non-copj righted AFPS material without written pertniss-on from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 419. Temple Texas Subscription off post. $3.00 peT year $1.00 for three months. Distribution ...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 April 1955

Thursday April 7 1955 Washington (AFPS)—The United States has added to its arsenal of atomic weapons a device which is estimated to be able to wipe out an entire formation of enemy bombers in one blast. A carefully-worded joint an­ nouncement from the Atomic En­ ergy Commission and the Defense Department said one of the weap­ ons will be test-detonated "at a point many thousands of feet above the ground" during the current atomic tests in Nevada. The announcement stated that the use of atomic air defense weapons would "enhance the ef­ fectiveness of interceptor aircraft ad on a as a defense units in stopping enemy bombers." It did not elaborate however on whether the weapons would be car­ ried by aircraft and launched from WE HAVE WHILE THEY LAST Never before at this low price!!! MAKING "MONTE CARLO NIGHT a success was discussed by this committee of officers wives last week. Members of the committee are (left to right seated) Mesdaines L. J. Fremstad A. T. De- vall oJseph Kulhanek G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 April 1955

Page Six Vial Paxton Suffer KO's Sill Wins Four Opening Bouts Fort Hood light heavyweight proved too much for the Tanker king Charles Brown stole the spot­ light in the opening round of the Fourth Army Boxing Tournament at Fort Sill by blasting out Gerald Yagy of Sandia Base in 29 seconds of the first round. Two other Hood titlist fell by the way side in the opening six bout program. The muscular and hard punching Brown had no trouble in disposing of his foe in the quick ending en­ gagement. Yagy failed to land a single punch before his sudden trip to the canvas. The win marked Brown's fourth straight knockout in tourney competition and estab­ lished him as a strong favorite to sweep on to the Fourth Army title. Vial Stopped Popular featherweight king. Roy Vial was stopped by classy Leroy Jeffrey of Fort Sill in 1:40 of the second round. The Michigan youth combined a puzzling style with a powerful punch to end the fracas early. Hood's heavyweight king William Paxton exchanged blows ...

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

[Thursday Ail 7 1955 As iW- It s\ JW CAPTAIN KENNETH V. STALEY left coach of the Fourth Ar­ mored Division Small-bore Rifle Team checks a target fired by Air Force ROTC cadet Kenneth G. Patrick right of Baylor Uni­ versity with Master Sergeant Wiliam R. Neese Baylor rifle coach. The Army won the match fired Friday at the Fort Hood indoor range 1380-1328. (U.S. Army Photo by Regeon) In his first 50 games as coach of The richest trotting race in his- the Detroit Lions Buddy Parker won 37 games lost 11 and tied two against NFL foes. Enjoy a Real Easter Dinner with our Delicious Pastries Hot Cross Rolls Easter Desserts of all kinds Special Orders Easter Cakes Cookies and treats of all kinds. THE BAKE SHOP 8 th Street Killeen Texas Just look at these Values! Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS 1.79 ™ 1.95 Colorful new styles in washable cotton and rayon fabrics New collar styles solid colors and prints— OTHERS—2.49 to 5.50 VALUE YFFR SCOOP! NEW SLACKS Wide Selection! 4.95.8.95 Solid gabardines che...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 April 1955

p. (fzllt Also 2 modern table lamps PRICED WHILE THEY LAST FOR Only by special coopera­ tion of the Tappan Com­ pany are we able to bring you this terrific offer! DON'T PASS UP THIS WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY THE RANGE BUY OF THE YEAR PLUS these bonus extras: Range and Extras Regularly Your Saving ef YOU PAY ONLY. 825 ONLY AND 8 Pc. Living Room Group & COMPLETE LIVING ROOM. WITH YOUR CHOICE OF COLORS. 8 PIECES INCLUDE AS SHOWN SOFA 2 MATCHING CHAIRS. 2 END TABLES AND MATCHING COFFEE TABLE. mppon FACTORY PURCHASE! 219.95 60.00 159.95 per Month ELECTRIC CLOCK! I'/a-HOUR TIMER! LOCK-TYPE SIMMER VALVES! TOP LIGHT! LIFETIME GUARANTEE ON ALL VITAL PARTS! Genuine Tappan Thermogrid with built- in heat indicator. Ideal for hotcakes and all similar griddle cooking. 109.95 $ Two porcelain serving trays cover top burners when not in use. 11111111111M «SP CHEST Comfortable T*V*i«wiftg Perfect Bedroom Rocker Office Gu«st Choir Featuring the New Bookcase Headboard With Sliding Panejs It's a two-ply...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 April 1955

Thursday Am O AND Top IGE £gular Pilot. |w Heat Control. *99.95 MORE 2 PIECE SLEEK MODERN BEDROOM VALUE Exceptional beauty and durability at a price you'll $ find hard to njatcn. Bar bed and double dresser in smart modern oak or walnut. REGULAR $179.95 ^"4 io j-* Ififi Drop Leaf Table and Chairs •Double duty pieces that you're proud to put in lypur home. Extension drop table is a hand- $ •some occasional table when closed. Chairs •handsomely serve for desk use extra seats or Ifor dining. APARTMENT GAS RANGE Automatic lighting burners heat control. .all white. HOW FOR EEN 79.95 $ FURNITURE COMPANY 109.95 89.95 GOING FOR GONE FOR OPEN THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NITES TIL 9 P. M. IONAL REGULAR 79.95 BUNK BEDS All metal black frame with 2 inner- spring mattresses. NOW ONLY 39.95 Regular $5.95 Kitchen STEP STOOLS 2 colors—red or white—-can't be du­ plicated for SAVE 50% $2.95 Regular $49.95 5 Pc. DINETTE SUITE In Solid Oak. Table and 4 chairs. $24.95 Regular $49.95 ROLLAWAY BED Complet...

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

Page Ten Army Develops Tents With Windows WASHINGTON (ANF)—Picture windows are standard equipment on new field tents just developed by the Army. The familiar olive drab squad tent whose dark dreary interior was home sweet home to soldiers of World War II and Korea soon will give way to a new big top which has at least one of the fea­ tures of a modern well-lighted home. Lack of adequate light in field tents long has been a gripe of soldiers in the field. Electricity often is unavailable. When it is it rarely is accompanied by adequate at re lanterns and gas lights never are entirely satisfactory. But now the Quartermaster Corps at long last has solved the problem of getting daylight into tents while keeping out the winds and bugs. It has come up with vi in will roll and unroll as easily as canvas—and every squad tent built in the future will have them. Air Force Names Gen. To MAT Command WASHINGTON (AFPS) Brig. General Brooke E. Allen USAF has been named to succeed Maj. Gen. James S...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 April 1955

Thursday! ymm IN KILLEEN •jj YOUNG MOTOR CO. T" AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER IN KILLEEN %sVs IRA YOUNG AUTO CO HIGHWAY 190 ^gmple Daily Telegram* Temple Texas 1. MUCH LOWER PRICES 3. LOWER PAYMENTS Ira Young sells more cars at less profit for each unit. Result—bigger savings for you. 4. FINANCING TO ALL 5. BETTER TRADE-INS IRA YOU GO TO CHURCH EASTER DRIVE A NEW CAR FROM IRA YOUNG Authorized Dealer for KAISER-WILLYS-PACKARD-NASH 1955 FORDS 1955 CHEVROLETS Payments arranged to suit your individual needs. You have as long as 3 0 months to pay balance on all deals. Any Make New Or Used Car At Lowest Prices FIVE REASONS WHY IRA YOUNG SELLS SO MANY AUTOMOBILES 2. YOUR CHOICE OF ALL MAKES AND MODELS Ira Young carries alt makes and models in stock—so there's no waiting. Just choose the make model and style you want. We sell all members of the Armed Service ... treat them all the same egardless of rank. Everyone can have financing. Ira Young can give you as much or more for your old ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 April 1955

m-A Page Twelve Bridge Spanning 40 Years Is Revived By 61st Engineers Construction engineers from Company A 61st Engineer Battal­ ion this week at Killeen Base start­ ed to rebuild a bridge that was originally constructed nearly 40 years ago. Since then however the bridge has had an interesting history and seen several revisions. Located on Pump House Road and spanning Clear Creek the bridge was part of old Highway 190 and according to figures Five lieutenants Get Promotions In 4th Armored Five 4th Armored Division Offi­ cers were promoted recently to 1st Lieutenant on a headquarters or­ der. They are Lts.: Thomas A. Tay­ lor John W. Allen. Peter J. Stel- machowicz Alfred B. Hardt and Clarence E. Meyer. Lieutenant Taylor son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Taylor of Landis North Carolina is a graduate of North Carolina State College where he majored in agriculture. He is now serving as executive of­ ficer of the 504th Replacement Company. A graduate of Iowa State Col­ lege Lieutenant Allen ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 April 1955

Thursday April 7 1955 By ALSTON A. MORGAN A soldier who can well say that the Army has helped him is Cor­ poral Robert E. Phillips. Better known to his Fort Hood buddies simply as "Bob." Bob who entered the Army in April 1953 began his military hitch when first he traveled to Fort Sam Houston Texas for his intro­ duction to Army life. There at the reception center he processed along with some 150 other men from around his home in Dallas At Fort Sam Houston he decided to give it all he had and thus was determined to make the "the best of things." After a fruitless week (so it seemed to him) of processing and a first day at the well known and never to be for gotten kitchen sink Bob was ready to undergo basic. So with the need at that time for infantrymen in the Far East Bob was assigned to Company B 702nd Armored In­ fantry Battalion of the First Ar­ mored Division at Fort Hood. During sixteen weeks of basic training he never ceased thinking |ho\v he could continue on with his 'desire...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 April 1955

Page Fourteen The recent promotion of six of­ ficers and three warrant officers of the First Armored Division has been announced by Major General William S. Biddle Division Com­ mander. Promoted to First Lieutenant were Richard Drayton Echo Val­ ley Farm Newton Penn. James Kellogg Logsdon Wilmette 111. Neill M. McCown Oklahoma City Okla. all of the 91st Armored Field Artillery Battalion James V. Garcia Belmont Tex. 701st Ar­ or I an at a on S a Houston IV Houston Tex. 47th Armored Medical Battalion and William W. Jenney Long Beach Cal. 4th Tank Battalion. Promoted to Chief Warrant Offi­ cer were Darel M. Abel Sturgis S. Dak. 25th Armored Infantry Battalion Jewel L. Magee Pitkin La. 73rd Armored Fi£ld Artillery Battalion and Franklin A. Reich- ling Belleville 111. 501st Replace­ ment Company. Fourth Armored Units Have Annual Inspection Soldiers of the Fourth Armored Division's Fourth Quartermaster at a on an iv is on a in Headquarters were inspected by Division commander Major Gener­...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 April 1955

Thursday April 7 1955 By PFC ED HICKS Men of America's modern army are trained to be alert and ready to cope with the potential use of any of the modern horror weap­ ons—toxic gas disease germs or atomic bombs—through their di­ vision chemical section. Typical of the Chemical Corps emissaries in each of the army's divisions is the CBR (Chemical-Bi­ ological-Radiological) Staff of he Fourth Armored Division at Fort Hood. They're faced with the job of teaching the uses of some of the most fantastic and spectacular weapons in the history of warfare an re or an against them. Division Chemical Officer Major PFC Charles James Com­ pany 512th AIB was found guilty of be in A W O or or a five months and sentenced to six months at hard labor in confine­ ment in addition to a dishonor­ able discharge and total forfei­ tures. Oldest National Guard unit is the 182nd Infantry of Massachusetts organized as a militia outfit back in 1636. The Chemical Corps Teaches Use Of And Defenses Against CBR de...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 April 1955

Page Sixteen There always will be difference of opinion as to who was Texas' most outstanding Indian fighter but for courage certainly none ever excelled Brig. Gen. Ronald Slidell Mackenzie who in the autumn of 1883 was in command of the De­ partment of Texas with headquar­ ters at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio. It was Mackenzie who was given the rough assignment of stopping Indian depradations in the early 1870's when the frontier of cattle­ men in Texas extended from a line running approximately from Hen­ rietta near the Red River and the ninety-eighth meridian to Junction ant. thence southwestward to the Rio Grande. Called "Bad Hand" by the In­ dians because of the loss of fin­ gers during the Civil War Mac- Army To Name 1st Lts. Listed For Promotion Washington (AFPS)—The Army will publish "in the near future" a list of first lieutenants recommend­ ed for temporary promotion to captain. Inclusion of an officer's name in the forthcoming circular the Army said indicates his tenta...

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

Thursday April 7 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory A-1 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1S61 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law lempie. Texas First Nat'l Bids. 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 FURNISHED C-l HI-VUE MOTEL Belton Boulevard. Modern cabins with kitchenettes. By night or week. Reason­ able rates. Phone PRS-9766. Temple. APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED C.2 FOR RENT: ONE. TWO AND THREE bedroom apartments. 555.00. 865 and S75. 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 Killeen on Highway 440. FOR RENT: PRIVATE TRAILER SPACE modern near school and close to s...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 April 1955

Page Eighteen EVEN THE EASTER BUNNY KNOWS -ir-itnt 14 ^v OVERSEAS FINANCING AVAILABLE ZS f/y ii OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK ru f/" And the Best Place to Buy is... ED CANTRELL Motor THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS BECAUSE... New Officers NO DOWN PAYMENT BELTON Authorized Ford Dealer YOUR Best Buy CANTRELL MOTOR WHY PEOPLE WE WILL FINANCE YOUR CAR BELOW BANK RATES BELTON BUY FROM CANTRELL? MANY WS WILL NOT BE OUT-TRADED OR UNDERSOLD X. Thursday April 7 1935 FORD! V AYA V! 121 North Main Phone 61 'A ii

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 April 1955

VOL. 9 No. 15 II N Lt. Gen. Williston B. Palmer Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics Department of the Army will com­ plete Thursday a two-day inspec­ tion of Fort Hood—the post which he commanded in 1950-51. He arrived Tuesday at Gray Air Force Base and was met by Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold III Corps and Fort Hood Com­ mander and Brig. Gen. W. Paul Johnson III Corps Chief of Staff. General Palmer is accompanied by five staff officers from the De­ partment of Logistics: Col. Paul H. cordas Lt. Col. Harold A. Gould Major William H. Buth Capt. J. R. I* b«. Among the many things that make life so amusing in the great Republic are the people who love to pop their mouths off on sub­ jects about which they know noth­ ing. The other day while sipping forty-rod and doing more listening than talking (a rare performance for us) we heard a bug-eyed anti- nomiam deploring the accident fa­ talities now afllicting the nation. He declared that the accident rato on the highways is leaping upward ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 April 1955

Page Two 4 THE INTRICACIES OF THE CONTROL panel of the H-23 heli­ copter hold plenty of fascination for Cub Scout Sidney Caufal of College Station Tex. as he gets a few pointers fromFirst Lieu­ tenant William Geppert Tacoma Wash. pilot the First Armor­ ed Division's Combat Aviation Company. Sidney was one of 14 scouts from College Station Pack 802 who had the time of their lives Monday as guests of the Division's 16th Armored Engineer Battalion. The youngsters inspected engineer vehicles and equip­ ment watched a helicopter demonstration ate lunch with Army personnel saw a full-length color film and toured the post. (U.S. Army Photo by Clark) 16th Armored Engineers Host Scouts From College Station Fourteen cub scouts from Col­ lege Station Texas had the time of their young lives Monday as guests of the 16th Armored En­ gineer Battalion of the First Ar­ mored Division. During their day-long visit the youngsters inspected engineer ve­ hicles and equipment watched a helicopter demonstr...

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

I Thursday April 14 1955 44 The III Corps Special Services will feature "Those Fabulous Dor­ it an Dorsey and the spectacular Buddy Rich on drums. There will be a concert at 2 p.m. followed by a dance at the Sports Arena from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. Sunday April 1?. The first Dorsey Brothers Or­ chestra was formed in 1922 a Tommy Dorsey small group called the Dorsey's Novelty band which played dates in and around their home. town of Shenandoah Pa. Then for nearly ten years they performed as top instrumental soloists for the lead? ing orchestras of the period. In 1934 they organized their own or­ chestra and began to make musical Jimmy Dorsey history. Finally Tommy and Jim­ my decided to go their individual ways and two fine orchestras emerged. Together and apart the Dorsey brothers have sold a com­ bined total of 10 million records. Both Tommy and Jimmy have made great individual contributions k'Madam Butterfly' ^Presented In Waco The Baylor University School of Music at Waco will prese...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 April 1955

Page Four 0 TOWNSEXD FIELD ALICE GORMLEY too £&st 42nd Street rnbltshea In the interest of the military and elrlll&n personnel at Fort Hood Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Policies and •tatemoars 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 ot services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Futile Information Office Armored Sentinel Fort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and papers are authorized to reprint non-copyrighted AFPS material without written perinlss-on 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 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 April 1955

Thursday April 14 1955 New 1955 Buicks New 1955 Pontiacs Manufacturers certificate and service policy on ALL our new cars. 1955 BUIGK Riviera Coupe radio heater dynaflow E-Z-l Glass back up lights directional signals dock chrome wheel discs white wall tires windshield washers 3 tone color combination. •2775. ONLY 1955 BUICK 4 Door sedan radio heater dynaflow E-Z-l glass back up lights directional signals chrome wheel discs white wall tires windshield washers deluxe steering wheel tu-tone Biege and White. *2745. ONLY 1955 PONTIAC 4 door sedan radio heater hy- dramatic E-Z-l glass direction­ al signals white wall *ires. tu- tone Green and White. •2495. ONLY 1955 FORDS and CHEVROLETS At Big Discounts. Tudor Sedans at 51575. ONLY Remember you get Service Policy on every new car we sell plus our own guar­ antee. Don't be mislead by some who tell you it can't be done. We have been doing it in Killeen for years. SPECIAL USED CARS We have about 25 extra clean new ear trade-ins. Some Just li...

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