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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

Page Twelve WASHINGTON (AFPS)—The De fense Department is readying a $1350000000 family housing pro­ gram that it will present to Con­ gress in the near future. The DOD hopes that Congress a or ha or next five years to build about 27- 500 housing units each year for families of members of the Arm­ ed Forces. The appropriation for the pres­ ent fiscal year totaled $75000000. The family housing proposal will go to congress as part the oDOD public works program which orig­ inally was estimated at $1910000- 000. This figure however recently was increased by an extra $100- 000000 which was added for morp family housing. Hearings on the DOD proposal ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE 77% READ IT Readership questional en the Armored Sentinel proved 77% of the readers use it for their enter­ tainment guide. ADV. RATE $2.00 PER 2 COL. INCH LISTING 6:00 6:55 7:00 7:25 7:30 7:55 8:00 9:00 9:30 9:45 1:45 Sign On & Program Preview. 1:55 Mid-Day News 2:00 Tales of the West 3:00 Movie Matinee 4:00 Pantomime P...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

Thursday April 21 1955 The Fourth Armored Division's 46th Armored Medical Battalion and Headquarters Company of Combat Command "A" were se­ lected as Battalion and Company Change To— Western Shirts Fancy or A AC Solid Colors OiVV to 5.95 Colorful new styles new top quality sanforized fab­ rics. Snap-on studs on the front packets and cuffs. Wide selection. Complete size range. Sizes 14 to I6V2. AT A RECENT CEREMONY held at the Officers' club Maj. General William S. Biddle (left) First Armored Division commander presented certificates of appreciation to three officers receiving new assignments and pinned gold leafs signfying the rank of major on three others. Taking new assign­ ments are (left to right) Col. John J. Pavick Bend Ore. executive officer CC "A to G-2 (Intelli­ gence) III Corps Lit. Col. Levin B. Cottingham Richmond Va. Division chemical officer to Fort Mc- Clellan Ala. and Maj. Thomas J. Fiori Norwich N.Y. Division G-3 (Air Operations) officer to execu­ tive officer 13th ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

Page Fourteen Return To Nature MONROE Neb. (AFPS) —The village blacksmith has returned the Atomic Age notwithstanding. Virgil Cuddeford opened a black­ smith shop in the rear of a ga­ rage here. See These .. 1955 Buicks 1955 Fords 1955 Chevrolets N E W 1955 CHEVROLET *1765 2 doer sedan Heater l#w 1955 FORD '1575 6-2 door sedan 1955 BUICK Riviera coupes radio heat* er dynaflow EZI glass back up lights white wall tires. A# 1955 BUICK 4 door sedan radio heater dynaflow white wall tires back up lights windshield washer EZ! glass A#*»3 1955 FORD V8 Victoria coupe radio heater Fordomatic white &...". *2395 1955 CHEVROLET 4 door station wagon EZI glass *2295 heater 1955 CHEVROLET 210-4 door sedan heater tu-tone green IIQQC overdrive SERVICE POLICY ON ALL NEW CARS Our Reputation Is Our GUARANTEE DUNCAN BROS. Highway 190 & South Gray Killeen—Phone 1311 FREE! 60 Boxes of TIDE With Purchase of Any Maytag Washer (for Rmlted time on!**) Critics Praise Fourth Armored Television Show "Oper...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

uhursday April 21 1955 LEGALS sga! Directory 111 E. CLINKENBE A RD Attorney at Law [415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law l'cmple Texas Fjirst is'at'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-: rn. LOST & FOUND B-8 LOST MAN'S BROWN WALLET. PER MIT TO APPLY FOR DRIVERS LI CENSE ONLY ITEM OF IMPORTANCE. MUST HAVE IT!! .Tames W. Sehlotz hauer 276 No. 6 McNair Village. Ph 39293. 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 bedroom apartments. .S5.~3.00. $63 and S75. Ml All bills paid. Marjorie Baker Baker Drag. Copperas Cove Texas. HOUSES FURNISHED C-3 FOR RENT: ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

Page Sixteen New Officers NO DOWN PAYMENT OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK New 1955 FORDS At Low Down Payment OVERSEAS FINANCING AVAILABLE THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS THERE'S NO BETTER PLACE IN TEXAS THAN BELTON BELTON ED CANTRELL Motor Co Inc. BELTON Authorized Ford Dealer j.\ buy your next car AND IN BELTON IT'S ED CANTRELL MOTOR CO. INC For The BEST BUY We Will Not Be Out-Traded Or UndersoldI WE WILL FINANCE 1 YOUR CAR BELOW BANK RATES *7 4 Thursday April 21 1955 121 North Main Phone 61

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

NEWS JOHNNY MAKE $1 LATE 7 RIGHT PETE NOT ON A AN I'M SCHEDULED JON MY WAY/ AIRLINE OH JOHNNY— A THIS IS REALLY I'M SO GLAD 1 YOUR LUCKY DAY/ YOU MADE IT/*- LOW RVEL-U^MY SISTER'S BOYFRIEND IS HEADED OVERSEAS SO THEYT" MARRIED MAN FLYING'S NOT EVEN SO I LL EXPENSIVE JOHNFV NEVER MAKE. IT 'SPECIALLY ON BY NOON A SCHEDULED COACH FLIGHT. THIS IS REALLY. LIVING/ THE CERTIFICATED ALASKA AIRLINES ALLEGHENY AIRLINES AMERICAN AIRLINES BONANZA AIR LINES BRANIFF AIRWAYS CAPITAL AIRLINES •CENTRAL AIRLINES COLONIAL AIRLINES THANKS AND THE Scheduled Airlines CONTINENTAL AIR LINES DELTA-C & S AIR LINES EASTERN AIR LINES FRONTIER AIRLINES LAKE CENTRAL AIRLINES MACKEY AIRLINES MOHAWK AIRLINES NATIONAL AIRLINES THEN WHY SAD FACE ?. THE SARGE'LL GET YOU A SPECIAL PASS./ COUNTRY WEDDING TOMORROW AND HALF MINUTES LATER BUT IF THE R— PLANE'S LATE HEY— vi MISS THE YOU'RE IN LUCK/ WHOLE. THE SCHEDULED AIRLINES! THING/ MAN SAYS HE'LL GET A- YOU THERE BY IIOO- 11:45 A.M. WAIT^THERE'S THE 'PHONE /WWBE IT...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

V04. I YOU BOYS SAVED US -THE CAPTAIN DIDN'T THINK WE COULD PUT IT JUST TOGETHER. LEAVE IN TIME U^AITTO US HOW ABOOT STARTING WITH THIS PIECE •COPYRI6HT-I955.W.B.BPADBURV CO." I NEED TWO VOLUNTEERS WHO HAVE EXPERIENCE WITH AIRCRAFT/ THERE SHE IS AND WE WANT TO FLY IT TOMORROW/ W0mM SiHi NO I THINK. THIS IS FIRST/ a a 0 O APRIL 1955 WAIT WE VE BEEN ARGUING- THIS ALL AFTERNOON NOW YOU START ATONE END AND I'LL START AT THIS SOUNDS YEAK I USEP LIKE A SNAP TO BUILD LET'S GET IN JMODEL PLANES ON IT/ AT HOME/ THE OTHER/ •QS v^Y.YibS S®P©:---~ MS QtmsBsqM i'lr liHi SO ALL THROU6-M THE MG#r. SAY. THIS ISN'T SO "TOUGH/ BUT/T SURE IS PARK/ E 3 NO. 1 WE'RE YOUR STOUT. BOYS SARGE 'X CHAPS/ GOSH I DIDN'T SO WHAT KNOW HE MEANT IT'S JUST A REAL PLANE .{/LIKE BUILDING A MODEL ONLY MORE SO BE SURE AND STOP WHEN YOU GET. TO ME/ BUT I THOUGHT VOU V52 STARTED AT THE FRONT/ HO/HO BIG- JOKE/ 1 ai'V-V'Vf.V

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

NOW THAT I'VE RESTOREP LAW AND ORDER I WILL DEVOTE TONIGHT TO ROMANCE// re a a (-/T'S THE FREE MEALS I'M ROMANTIC ABOUT-NOT HER.V-J J* I CAN'T LET VOU INFOSDICK DEAR AS HUG" ME TIGHTER. OSCAR/. G° LP.? I MUST DINE AT JOE'S GREASE LONG AS VOU HAVE MESSV HAIR!' SPOT//r- OKAY. WAIT#-USE MV 1WILDROOT CREAM* OIL WHICH KEEPS HAIR NEAT-AND -5 Wf- NATU RALff 7 FT %I Mom^OHOUc~LUS"*»o '"""'HIM *T*0VLS /rt 00Sf 04* Y*Vf *44CKi.' .. I VOU'RE RIGHT// (-HE'S (^mDR00Thfo^r E A O I CHARUE.V ^///££7£W9 ^2 GOT MESSY HAM? DONT GET MAD- GET WILOROOT CREAM-OILCHASUE

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

W€*$ WHAT I JUST CAN'T STILL \PUT DOWN THIS READINi I COPY OF THE BOB?* /BLACK KNIGHTS OF WEST POINT. IT'S TERRIFICi iSSWFW BUT THAT'S WHAT YOU SAID LAST WEEK WHEN YOU WERE READING IMPACT. AIR FORCE LT. -THE^FORMER SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA STAR AND WORLD RECORD HOLDER WON THE SHOT- PUT EVENT WITH A TOSS OP 57 FT. 8% INCHES A PAN AMERICAN GAMES MARK' FTTTRTEATION TFOOM PVT. HEV I KNOW. THESE ARE 'THE TWO BEST BOOKS I'VE COME ACROSS IN AGES. 9^- XT' TZOTSTIIN SET^A NEW PAN- AMERICAN GAMES RECORD IN MEXICO CITY RECENTLY WHEN HE LEAPED 26 FT. 4YE IN TO WIN THE BROAD.JUMP* TOOK THE O-AFWE A NO PUT HALR. ON ITS CHEST.' ATTENTION!!!- V/ILL BE PAID FOR EACH OF THE BEST CARTOONS 5UBMrrTED 8Y SERVICEMEN EVERY 155UE. SORRXBUTNO nATERlAL CAN 6E ^ETURMED UNLE55 ACCOMPANIED I^C e»Y A 5TAMPED SELF-MXLSTEO &ENO YOUR BRAINSTORMS "TO ARPIED FOOC£$ features ®'9 CAST44» STREET new voffx ENVELOPE. errv im v. PK W WHgeev "v- 'i: ^CK 'EM UF ST "RECENTLY DISCHARGED** \J.W. PORTS FOR REAL READIN6 PLEASURE- b...

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

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

ir^ WAS *I TOO/ 'r mmsmI •im I ABFFS THEY'LL NEVER CATCH ME I'LL SLIP OUT NOW AND HAVE THE THREE DAY PASS DON'T BE STUCK UP ear HONEY 11111 YOUR FRIENDS SENT ME TO F/ND YOU/ wmm I £V--^V 'tfflWfiffiMWt rtfj NONCE H0ICE" Kti'f&t' THIS IS WHAT I CALL A PRIVATE TAXI" A 7 HEY.FELLAS- 1 SAY .THIS IS THE PLACE FOR M£/ THE GIRLS PONT HAVE ANY ttoLSgf sH *u ffl. °*«te BULLET/N IF THERE AREN'T ANY /IW&S IN OUR OUTFIT FOR THEY CAN A MONTH WE HBI ALL GET WI F? ~* J." NOW TO mm uf43ft?o® CTL* ftrwf __ •W^4iy SKI ..V W«S8» v. -'. cAf^IWRF1 NOW YOU 3O SEE YOUR FRIENDS WHO AREN'T GOING- ON PASS THIS MONTH -I'LL SETTLE WITH you 7 LATER./ HAH/ HIT THE ERKXHT" GPOTS/ THEY THINK KEEP ME A TJHREE DAY PASS/^C PEEKED UP THAT LONG? OFSAGGSJ 513%^ SSI

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 April 1955

3 mm&mia TMIS 19 THE ENDLESS WAR OF HE AMP SHE EASY NAVY-SAVE I*3» I YOUR WIND AND SAIL TO THIS ADDRESS AT 0OHT BELLS/ SHE WAS MODELING FOR A NEW YORK FASHION MAGAZINE WHEN SHES GREAT LKE~^ I WANT HER HER? FOR A SCREEN TEST—PRONTO MAKE THE 30-DAY CAMEL MILDNESS TEST-SEE WHAT YOUVE 6EEM MISSING! 'LL BET I'M ABOUT TO SEE SOME HEAVY ACTION mmSMm wmmmm- AND SEA BUT THERE IS NEVER. A DOUBT WHO THE VICTOR WILL BE UZABETH SCOTT DETERMINED TO BECOME AN ACTRESS LEARNED HER THEATRE IN THE SCHOOL OF HARD KNOCKS HOW NOW BROWN COW? FIRST ASSIGNED TO A SMALL ROLE UZABETH SCOTT WON TOP BILLING WITH HER FIRST TAKES 7 THAT VOICE/ THAT LOOK FRFTINWI IMJFT LETS STAR HER/ For more pure pleasure... have a CAMEL! NO OTHER CIGARETTE IS SO RICH-TASTING YET SO MILD! HI BEAUTIFUL/ HOW ABOUT FLYING- AWAY YOU WITH MET LIT TO THIS AREA ABOUT EIGHT TONIGHT/ OF ATTACK BY AIR... LAND CAMEL. CIG I RATE CAMELS TOPS BECAUSE IN EVERY WAY THEY SUIT MY TASTE BETTER THAN OTHER CIGARETTES |VE TRIED. I SUGGEST YOU TRY ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

VOL. 9 No. 17 A retirement review honoring Col. Glen A. Webster Corps En­ gineer Col. Robert L. Thompson Corps Public Information Officer and Lt. Col. Horace G. Becker Corps Inspector General will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday on the main parade ground. On Saturday evening a reception and buffet supper will be given in honor of the three officers by Head­ quarters HI Corps at the Officers' Club. Participating troops for the re­ tirement review Saturday morning will include Headquarters Com­ pany 35th Engineer Group 46th Engineer Battalion 61st Engineer Battalion 104th Engineer Company 578th Engineer Company and the Fourth Armored Division Band. Corps Engineer Colonel Webster who has served as HI Corps Engineer at Fort Hood since April 1954 first entered the Army in May 1917 and served with the 4th Engineers of the Fourth Infantry Division in World War I. During the Second World War he served in the Southwest Pacific and The Gray Ladies Just the other day while ex changing badinage and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Page Two World News In Brief The World Against the background of last week's news these events seemed significant: Chancellor Julius Rabb of Austria reached agreement with Soviet For­ eign Minister Molotov on the terms of a treaty for Austria but West ern diplomats feared Russia was using the treaty ot arouse senti­ ment against rearmament of West­ ern Germany. Russia proposed a conference in Vienna with the Uni ted States Britain and France to negotiate a final pact Due to the tense situation which con­ tinues in the area of Formosa Adm. Radford Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman and Assistant Secretary of State Walter S. Robertson were dispatched to Formosa after Sec­ retary of State Dulles told the President that the Chinese were building up a huge air amada on the China mainland. At the 29-nation Afro-Asia Con­ ference at Int _.iesia Red China's premier Chou En-lai walk ed out of a meeting when Prime Minister Sir John Kostelawala of Ceylon condemned "Soviet Coloni alism" and named n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Thursday April 28 1955 Jittle Theater Group Plans Detective Story The long-proposed Fort Hood Little Theater has become a real­ ity as a result of the efforts of Mrs. Lister R. Moore of the- Of­ ficers' Wives club. Tryouts and casting for the first production Sidney Kingsley's "De­ tective Story" will be held Wednes­ day and Thursday the 4th and 5th of May at 7:30 p.m. in the First Armored Division's CC class­ room. Building No. 127 is located on Battalion Avenue just west of Hood Road. Invitation to attend either or both nights is extended to all both men and women mil­ itary and civilian interested in any phase of theatrical production. "Detective Story" was chosen as the Fort Hood Little Theater's ini­ tial production by a playreading committee from the Officers' Wives' Club. On the committee were Mrs. Moore Mrs. George D. Goetzke Mrs. Ralph S. Eldridge ah am an a Mrs. Hundley Thompson. June Production Under the direction of PFC Paul Libin professional director and ac- from Colum...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Page Four TOWNSEND FIELD ALICE GOBMLEY 122 East 42nd Street Valedictory I I'obUshea In the Interest of the military ana elrlllmi personnel at Fort Hood. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Policies and •tatpmenrs refleete 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 sbonlfl be sent to the Public Information Office. Armored Sentinel Fort Hood telephone 35113. This publication rocolves Armed Forces Press Service material and papers arc authorized to reprint non-copyrichted AFPS material without written permission 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. Distribu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Thursday April 28 1955 I J.M.Dy?r Co. TEMPLE COQUETTE Dive into a smart swim suit from Dyer's Temple! 7.95 29.50 Good-looking fashions by CATALINA and ROSE MARIE REID Dyer's Sports Shop is brimming over with the pick of the 1955 swim crop. You'll enjoy ehoosing yours from such a terrific selection. Cpl. Vernon L. Casey of the 46th week ago Tuesday as the number- one-man in his class at The En­ gineer School at Fort "~elvoir Va. Averaging 94 percent in the En- Course Corporal Casey competed- against 59 other men for top honors during the eight-week course. The 21-year-old corporal who hails from Okmulgee Okla. is currently assigned as a mechanic in the heavy equipment section of Headquarters Company where he plays a key role in maintaining vital equipment worth thousands of dollars. Many Scholarships Are Available For Dependents WASHINGTON (AFPS)—Scholar­ ships are available to the children of officers and enlisted men who re he at on an a meet the necessary requirements. Information...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Page Six Run Win Streak To Five Games Fort Hood ran its win streak to five straight games in impressive fashion clipping the Great Lakes Naval Training Center in two en­ gagements 21-6 and 19-4 in home contests. The Tinkers had little trouble throttling the Navy nine's hitters and they rapped the ball around freely blasting out a total of 37 hits in the two game series. The Hood pitching held strong with Whitney Armstrong continuing his commanding efforts on the mound and the staff in general tossing to their teachings. Hood enjoyed a rapid and re- piticious hit parade in' both tilts scoring in every inning but the eighth and ninth in the opener and chasing runs across the plate in all but two innings of the second game. Lefthander Ernest Craumer toss­ ed his way to the win in the first game with a nifty five inning ef­ fort allowing only two hits before Walter Dypko relieved in the sixth and threw the rest of the way giv­ ing up only seven hits and han­ dling the visitors with appa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Thursday April 28 1955 By ED HICKS Military personnel or civilian employees at Fort Hood can take full advantage of the post's hunt­ ing and fishing. The Fort Hood Rod and Gun club an organization of several hundred members works hand in hand with the post's game war­ dens to further fishing and hunt­ ing and fishing facilities. In the way of fishing good catch­ es of catfish and perch and some bass have been reported by serv­ icemen fishing in Cowhouse creek which runs diagonally across the reservation. One off duty soldier reported catching a 25 lb. cat on a trot-line in the creek. The lunker swallowed a 10-inch catfish already on the line and it caught in his throat. Two fish on one hook Cowhouse creek also has some perch and bass the former making up the majority of catches. Perch run about 10 inches to a foot with bass about the same. Starnes Lake lies in the south­ west corner of the reservation and has just been opened to fishing. JThe lake though small doesn't go 3ry in the ...

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