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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 April 1955

Page Six Only three of Fort Sill's eight fi­ nalists punched their way into the championship gallery but the Ar­ tillery Center accumulated enough points to wrest the coveted team trophy from Hood. Sill bantamweight Sammy Price and Hood light middleweight Omar Darty successfully defended their titles while slender Robert Johnson of Hood won the 132 pound crown after winning at 139 pounds last year. Stripped Of Title Only defending champion strip­ ped of his title was Obadiah Rhodes of Red River Arsenal who lost a close decision to muscular Art Sta- tum of Fort Sam Houston in a slow delibei-ate bout Team Standings TEAM POINTS Fort Sill 32 Fort Hood 29 Fort Bliss 13 Brooke Army Medics 6 Camp Chaffee 5 Fort Sam Houston 5 Sandia Air Base 3 New Orleans Port 2 Red River Arsenal 1 Winning titles for the Hood team aside from Omar Darty and Rob­ ert Johnson were John Cloud stiff in el in and Charles Brown hammering light heavyweight titlist. Claiming honors for the host team along with ring-...

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

•Thursday April 14 1955 Top Amateur Boxer By JOHN MATTHEWS Collecting boxing titles is a hobby for PFC Robert Johnson who in winning the Lightweight crown at Fort Sill last week took his second Fourth Army Championship in a row. He was last year's Fourth Army Light Welter champ. Johnson a member of the First Transportation and Supply Battal­ ion First Armored Division pos­ sesses an enviable ring record but says it's just a hobby and not a profession. Reared in Indianapolis Ind. he at a a graduated from Cripus A 11 High school in 1951. (iloves on At 16 First donning the gloves at the age of 16 he began wading his way through competition accumulating boxing titles along the way. Fighting in Indianapolis in 1950 he won the 112 pound city Golden Gloves and the state AAU 121 pound titles. In 1951 he won the 118 pound city Golden Gloves and the 126 pound state AAU. In 1952 he ^?pped the 126 pound city Golden Piloves and the 126 pound state crowns. He was runner up in the Nation­ al Golde...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 April 1955

Page Eight The 46lh Engineer Battalion is currently constructing a new all- weather road which will link East Range Road with the Brookhaven Nolanville road net in the eastern section of the Fort Hood Reserva­ tion. Known as Route 2 the new road will save time and money by short­ ening the trip from Fort. Beside being a much needed im­ provement to the road facilities here the construction of Route 2 will test the capabilities of the en­ gineer battalion to the utmost and provide full-scale unit training for personnel throughout the organiza­ tion. Under the present plan of opera­ tion established by the battalion S-3 (operations) section which is headed by Maj. Charles F. Sissel Company will build the section of the route between East Range road and Nolan Creek while at the same time Company will do pioneer work on the road from No­ lan creek to its terminus at Nolan Creek road. Heavy equipment support bull­ dozers graders "sheep's foot" rollers water distributors—will be vi ad a a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 April 1955

Thursday April 14 1955 LOCATED On Highway 190 Killeen WE FINANCE I ALL BANKS 1955 CHEVROLETS •1595 Everyone Gets Same Deal SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS What anyone can sell we can sell at a hundreds of new cars in stock... YOUNG MOTOR CO YOUR AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER For Sales and Service Our Service Department is Completely Equipped with Factory Authorized Equipment and Staffed by Factory Trained Mechanics and Personnel. WATCH FOR OUR FORMAL OPENING TO BE HELD SOON! IRA YOUNG AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH-PACKARD DEALER CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER BETTER PRICE Ira Young Sells 'Em All! THE FINEST STOCK OF GOOD USED CMS IN TEXAS-PRICED HfiOT! TOP TRADES Your old car makes down payment in most cases/ BEST SELECTION OF USED CARS IN CENTRAL TEXAS TEMPLE SHOW ROOM Now Open For Business In Our Beautiful New Building Small Down Payments Up To 30 Months LARGER TRADE-INS CHRYSLER- PLYMOUTH New and Used Car SALES 1955 FORDS J1595 SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS...

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

Page Ten Phone 2261 Fort Hood Mess Sgt. Is At Home On Range "I'd rather shoot than eat." Coming from a veteran First Armored Division mess sergeant that's pretty strong language. But not according to Sergeant First Class Aubrey C. Smith 26-year-old mess sergeant for Battery "A" of the Second Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion. Until a year ago Sergeant Smith had never fired a pistol. Yet only a few days ago he left the National Mid-winter Pistol Matches held at Tampa Fla. with two first places and two second places in the "expert" category and a reputation for being one of the best "new" shots in the coun­ try. During the nine years of the Wisner La. sergeant's Army ea­ rner he has spent most of his time in the mess hall. One day in March 1954 Lt. Col. Cecil E. Roberts then commanding the Fourth Tank Battalion to which Sergeant Smith was assigned encouraged him to go out on the range and fire the .45 caliber pistol. Sergeant Smith is a pretty small man and the .45 got along perfect­ ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 April 1955

Thursday April 14 1955 kMUK DONG Korea—The West 'oint of Korea comes of age this year as the first graduating class of 160 cadets leaves the academy to become officers in the Korean Army. Modeled as closely after the United States Military Academy at West Point N.Y. as the national conditions customs and character­ 0 Says Lovely MARY MURPHY soon to be seen in Paramount^ "HELL'S ISLAND" in VistaVision. /S Color by Technicolor. For accuracy beauty and dependability you can't make a better choice In a watch than a Zodiac. Each timepiece is registered and guaranteed. See a complete selection at ywrPX or Ship's Service Store. Hibiscus diamonds set in 14K gold. ?1inoo Autographic Self-winding with exclusive Reserve Power Gauge. *89*0 An Official Watch Swiss Federal Railways ZODIAC WATCH AGENCY 521 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK 17 Korean West Point Graduates First Class Of Officers Soon istics of the people permit the Korean Military Academy now in its permanent location here is graphic example of...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 April 1955

Page Twelve 6:00 6:55 7:00 7:25 7:30 7:55 8:00 9:00 9:30 9:45 10:00 11:00 11:30 12:30 12:45 1:00 1:15 1:30 2:00 2:30 2ndAAA PersonnelSection Rates First The Second Anti-aricraft Artillery Battalion placed first with an over­ all rating of superior in the recent quarterly inspection of First Ar­ mored Division personnel sections by the Division Adjutant General Management Team. Ratings were based on the few­ est number of errors uncovered by the inspection team in seven dif­ ferent categories. The Second AAA was the only battalion superior in all categories and scored .048. In four areas no deficiencies were rioted. Chief Warrant Officer Richard B. Crane Bonneville Miss. is the Second AAA personnel officer. Second place went to the First Tank Battalion .05 and third to the 27th Armored Field Artillery Battalion .155. Letters of commendation from ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE 77% READ IT Readership questienaire en the Armored Sentinel proved 77% of the readers use it for their enter* tainment g...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 April 1955

Thursday April 14 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 BldK. 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 FURNISHED C-l HI-VUE MOTEL Belton Boulevard. Modern cabins with kitchenettes. By night or week. Reason­ able rates. Phone PR8-9766. Temple. APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED C.2 FOR RENT: ONE. TWO AND THREE bpdroom apartments. Srio.00. S65 and .S75. 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- trysidc Trailer Park two miles south of I Killeen on Highway 440. FOR RENT: PRIVATE TRAILER SPACE modern near school and close to sh...

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

Pr~e Fourteen 1MPP IH $ mi Ms ®§i S$? Kii# SIL ill— W^MlmkM Next Time Try A.... New Fords for as little as OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAY A WEEK ^W®sfe Hf «cS Mw WE WILL FINANCE YOUR CAR BELOW BANK RATES! That's Why There's Nothing On Wheels That Beats An ED CANTRELL DEAL The finest selection of 1955 Fords this side of the factory. your choice of all color combinations. FORD 300 $ you can make a IN BELTON AT THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Down ED CANTRELL Motor Co Inc BELTON Authorized Ford Dealer 'mmmM&m »i§ 'iMPM vKgK^yX'£Xs\^K^?v^i 'X^V//aMHBM^»ifj &vm 'X iWl "Ms ^y&&Ln&$y^ HIu$mBWsv K&ZS^X^jS )sj%i ^-V'VV^ ^vo\v\ yxA. w»\$4^S ii&s §KM® mm mmm msS&I ^Ww\v/ HMl M«S§§ lll^pli mmI The Place To Buy Your Next FORD NEW OFFICERS NO DOWN PAYMENT OVERSEAS FINANCING AVAILABLE We Will Not Be Out-Traded or Undersold Thursday April 14 1955 gt* iti 121 North Main Phone 61 y*. »N. 8# '$ y*A- ?f4 ($*% ^•ynX^T^ 1 ¥.:MM v£ 4&XW3 pu feA i^«# fpw I™ 'm4&®sr mm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

VOL. 9 No. 16 The Fort Hood Carnival sched­ uled April 30 through May 3 will begin setting up next Tuesday on the parade ground across Head­ quarters Avenue from Theater No. 1. Victory Exposition Sho will vi an in id a side-shows such as the Rollo Plane Octupus Sea Cruise Spit Fire Looper Orbit Scooter Double Fer­ is W he el a small Roller Coaster and Capt. Art Spencer's Lion Motordrome. re id in S a W a an id a automobile rides. Concessions for children to be operated by Meadows School personnel include a Grab Bag Fish Fond Duck Pond Winna' Fish White Elephant Grab Bag and balloon and novelty sales. Cake and candy sales will be op­ erated by members of the NCO Wives Club and the Officers' Wives Club will be in charge of games in Sports Arena No. 1. There will be us he on on a games to provide entertainment for even the most stoical. The carnival will be open during off-duty hours the four days of the celebration. Saturday and Sunday hours will be 1 to 11 p.m. Mon- Having been spare...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

Page Two By JACK KOTEN A ribbon be-decked Master Ser­ geant entered his First Armored Division personnel office saying an a in if a two children are due to arrive from overseas next week and I do in I ha no a time accrued to go meet them. What can I do?" A corporal in the office said "My pay has been short for the last re on A from a private "I just got mar­ ried how can I get more money for my wife?" These and many more problems daily come before the man who hears more tales of human inter­ est than Mr. Anthony the famous radio advisor. He is the battalion personnel officer. The average battalion personnel! During the 16-week course of 616 hours of concentrated schooling FATIGUES KHAKI PANTS & SHIRTS BELTS New Oldsmobiles ... Personnel Solve Personal Problems In Fair Manner officer handles any where from 25 to 40 cases per day. This doesn't include the many routine processes in which the presence of the in­ dividual concerned is not required. Extensive Paper Work To accomplish ...

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

Thursday April 21 1955 MISS BETHE WORD Beaumont Girl To Represent nood In San Antonio Fiesta Representing Fort Hood as "Queen of Armor" in San Anto­ nio's Fiesta Week now in progress will be Miss Bethe Word a mem- Monte Carlo ^Raises $2500 For Child Ward Last Friday's Monte Carlo night sponsored by the Officers' Wives Club raised approximately $2500 which will be used for air-condi­ tioning the children's ward and de­ a a Army Hospital. Maj. Elton W. Barclay office of the III Corps surgeon was award­ ed a $100 War Bond and CWO Earl F. Mills 4th Tank Battalion First Armored Division received a $25 bond. Prizes went to Col. J. R. Dwyer Mrs. R. G. Seagrave Lt. Col. Wil­ liam G. Lucey Lt. C. H. Wall Lt. Iwanicki Lt. am L. Smith Capt. R. A. Davis Maj. J. EsKoff Lt. H. E. Hodgson Lt. Taylor Col. Satterwhite Maj. D. C. Biles and Lt. Del Santo. BLONDE BOMBSHELL Jayne Maysfield has a leading part in Warner Bros new movie "Illeg­ al." Incidentally the diving board in the background is there f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

Page Four O W S E N O FIELD ALICE GORMLEY how to act. is itching to know. I'nblishea 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 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 Public Information Office. Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 35113. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and papers are authorlzeo to reprint non-copyrirhted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Aclvortisinc 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. D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

Thursday April 21 1955 By ED HICKS Being "commissioner of health" to a division of men is the task delegated to Lt. Col. Phillip Traina rmn BiMBOim Sale DRAPERY HARDWARE We carry the largest stock/ of Kirsch drapery hardware in Central) Texas in­ cluding brass hardware for cajfe curtains all sizes .of rods crinolin snaffl tape and everything you'll need for your wrapes. -Preventive Medicine Poses Main Task For Army Medic the Fourth Armored Division surgeon and his specialized staff. The title of Division Surgeon is misleading since Col. Traina per- K~ BEFORE MAKING THE FIRST PLACE cash prize award in the First Armored Division Safety Slogan Contest Maj. Gen. William S. Biddle Division commander reads over the winning entry sub­ mitted by PFC Hugh A. Mattison (second from right) Reston La. of Headquarters and Service Company Division Headquarters Bat­ talion. PFC Mattison's commanding officers Lt. Colonel James V. Gallowav (left) Lake Toxaway N. C. battalion commander and Capt. James...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

Page Six Hood Wins. 8-1. 24-2 Fort Hood's expanding baseball machine added two victories to its win string this week by slamming the Carswell Air Force Base 8-1 and 14-2 in games at the 4005th field. The Tankers kept their big bats* active by pounding out 12 hits in the first game and 15 safeties in the second to overwhelm the Forth Worth baseball visitors. Bob Folkert topped the series hit­ ting efforts with home runs in both games. He collected two other hits. William Black also tapped out three safeties. Sidewheeler Ernest Craumer spun a neat three-hitter for his five-inning effort in the first game and then retired with Walter Dypko pitching the rest of the way in the contest. Whitney Armstrong pitch­ ed impressively in the second game. With one out in the first frame Hood opened up a run producing effort as Bob Folkert rapped out a single and scored on James Mellinger's base hit. The big Hood first baseman then scored on Wil­ liam Black's single to shove the Tankers to a 2-0 le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

Thursday April 21 1955 Seven First Place Awards Johnson Fort Hood weight star last year and an outstanding trackman at Michigan State col lege won the shot put at 47 feet 6 inches and came on win the discus event at 138 feet IV2 inches. The muscular football star had little trouble in besting the field in the discus throw but almost lost the 16 pound ball toss to a deter­ mined Ross Morris of Wolters Air Force Base who pitched the metal 46 feet 5 inches. Atterberry former high school ^standout in Detroit ran to victory ^in the 440 and 880. He also turned in a sizzling anchor leg on the Fort Hood mile relay as he cut a 20 yard lead of TCU's to nine. Atter­ berry was timed in 48.1 for his re­ lay lap. Good Form Atterberry displayed 49 second form in the 440 and clipped off the half mile distance in a respectable 2:00.4. In the broad jump event Glenn in or to ok blue ribbon with a leap of 23 feet 5 in he a a a Munro of Hood came in third with a distance of 21 feet 11V2 inches. The Hood...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

Page Eight 8 Pc. Living Also 2 Modern Table Lamps PRICED WHILE THEY LAST FOR *s 5 PC. MATCHING LIVING ROOM SUITE Entirely constructed of solid oak with durable innerspring units. Your choice of many modern fabrics. Matching guest chair. Cof­ fee table and end table. A whole living room for 2 PC. MODERN SOFA BED SUITE Modern to (he enth degree. Wide selection of beautiful covers to fit your personal surroundings Only by special coopera­ tion of the Tappan Com­ pany are we able to bring you this teriffic offer. SAVE DON'T PASS UP THIS WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY As shown except with narrow chrome band. NEW TAPPAN RANGE Your Savings of— You Pay Only TAPPan FACTORY PURCHASE! THE RANGE BUY OF 1955 Room Group 8 PIECES INCLUDED AS SHOWN SOFA 2 MATCHING CHAIRS 2 END TABLES AND MATCHING COFFEE TABLE. mr Mb COMPLETE LIVING ROOM WITH YOUR CHOICE OF COLORS 5 109.95 $ 89.95 $219.95 S 6000 $159.95 STORKLINE Storkline Solid End Bed With Wet Proof Mattress REGULAR $54.95 BOTH FOR NOW GOING FOR ONLY THE A...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

Page Ten M/SGT. CHARLES E. WEBSTER Hereford Tew a First Armored Division communications sergeant hands a pint of his blood to Mrs. R. H. Cohvell Fort Hood Blood Bank chairman. A volun­ teer gray lady Mrs. Louise Crofoot left) of Killeen records bottle number. Sergeant Webster assigned to Headquarters and Service Company of the 100th Tank Battalion was one of more than 100 First Armored Division soldiers who donated blood at the Fort Hood Station Hospital this week for the Central Texas Regional Blood Bank at Waaco. (U.S. Army Photo by Wood) Men Contribute To Blood Bank Showing that it is always ready to pitch in and help a worthy cause the First Armored Division rolled up its sleeves this week to contribute blood for the Central Texas Regional Blood Center. More than 100 pints of blood were given by men from the Division's Combat Command "A" at the Fort Hood Station Hospital. The blood will be used to replenish the sup­ ply of the Red Cross Blood Bank at Waco. Volunteer donors were ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

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