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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Thursday April 28 1955 Since the 104th Engineer Com­ pany furnishes heavy equipment support to nearly all major con­ struction projects of the 35th En­ gineer Group and carries on no major projects of its own the men of this small company rarely work together as a group with a single mission in view. Instead of one mission the high­ ly skilled equipment operators of this unit are confronted with many individual missions during the course of normal on-the-job train­ ing operations. Members of a well organized team these equipment operators rarely play on their own team but are trained to adapt themselves to the engineer mis­ sions which they support. They are team players who can play on any team. Shortly after workcall on a nor­ mal working day the 104th's spe­ cialists who operate the 57 major teams of engineer heavy equipment carried by their company are dis­ patched with the right piece of equipment to the various jobs of the 46th and 61st Engineer Bat­ talions. Whether the job c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Page Ten WHAT PHOTOGRAPHER wouldn't Leica lovely Marion Caroon. She's neither overexpos­ ed nor underdeveloped. And by the way she's not only photo­ genic but she's also photogra­ phically inclined. Hoover Report Calls For Cuts In Travel Pay WASHINGTON (AFPS)—The lat­ est Hoover Commission report dealing with the government's transportation activities recom­ mends cutting the military travel allowance of six cents a mile and ending free overseas shipments of cars belonging to military and other Fedex^al employees. The commission estimated a yearly savings of $27 million if the government ceased shipping pri­ vate autos to overseas stations. It also urged reducing the mile­ age allowance to a point where military personnel would realize no profit on the sum received. As much as $21 million a year could be saved in this fashion the group contended. The report maintained that serv­ icemen traveling within the U.S. often hitchhike free rides aboard military aircraft but nevertheless dra...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

JK MEMBERS OF THE Senior Class of the Killeen High School Pat Ragsdale (sitting in the helicopter) and James Herzog (left) check a maintenance manual on Army Helicopters with crew chief PFC Franklin D. Cromeens III Corps Aviation Section during a visit last Thursday to Fort Hood. At the Airstrip members of the class of '55 viewed a static display of Army Aviation. (U.S. Army Photo by Von Ludwick) N MEMBERS OF THE Killeen High School senior class and their soldier guides "take a break" during a tour of Fort Hood by the students last week. Seated left to right are David Smith Cpl. T. J. De Marco of Bridgeville Pa. Bill Carlson and Cpl. Rudy Espinoza of San Francisco Cal. Both soldiers are members of the Fourth Armored Division. (U.S. Army Photo by Williams) 2nd AAA Ancestor Began Taps Practice The playing of taps at military funerals originated with the ances­ tor of a unit now stationed at Fort Hood during the Civil War in Vir­ ginia it was determined recently. In compiling a unit hi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Thursday April 28 1955 AS THE TOP military policemen for April in Military Police Com­ pany 8455th DU Killeen Base PFC Richard W. Mize receives a trophy from Col. Homer G. Barber base commander. Private Mize is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Mize Sarasota Fla. (U.S. Army Photo) Major Troop Needs Exist In Far East WASHINGTON (AFPS) The Army has warned personnel who are about to volunteer enlist or renlist for duty in the Far East mmand that major troop re­ quirements still exist in Korea. Personnel who expect to be as­ signed to Japan or Okinawa are cautioned that the probability of their initial assignment to Korea is very high. Men arriving from the U. S. are being assigned by Army Forces Far East and Eighth Army in ac­ cordance with troop requirements regardless of previous service in Korea the Army pointed out. Troop requirements in Japan and Okinawa still are being filled by volunteer reassignment of person­ nel following a minimum of 10 months service in Korea. The num­ ber...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Page Sixteen Regularly 2.98 3.98 ROEBUCK AND CO SALE! SUMMER HATS 2 00 Piques Fabrics Straw Cloths Fashion's newest hats in crisp cotton piques linen-textured fabrics and smooth straw cloths. Sparkling white rich black na­ tural or navy. Buy several at savings! tffTS of Mothers »W Mond°Y Compare at 4 98! Dreamy Colors Pink Blue Maize and White 8 Special Purchase! Aclon Slips 2"° Beautifully Trimmed White Blue Pink or Navy Ik Beautiful for yourself for Mother's Day giving! Your choice of several delightfully feminine styles in Charmode Arlon crepe slips 90% acetate 10% nylon. Straight-cut with diamond-shaped midriff and generously trimmed vith nylon tricot sheer nylon lace or satin ribbon. Lush colors! Sizes 32 to 44. Lovely Nylon Tricot Gowns 3 98 Charm beauty and comfort at a low budget price! Women's 30 denier nylon tricot gowns in pretty styles daintily trim­ med with nylon net ruffles sheer nylon tricot or lace. Easy to suds ... no ironing! Sizes 32 to 40. SPECIAL! BAGS 144 Only...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Thursday April 28 1955 NEW 55 Buicks 55 Pontiacs 55 Fords 55 Plymouths 55 Chevrolets Or ANY MAKE OR MODEL NEW 55 AT TERRIFIC DISCOUNTS Save hundreds of Dollars —Service Policy on all New Cars. Extra Special New 1955 Pontiac V8 4-door sedan radio heat­ er hydramatic white wall tires back-up lights di­ rectional signals E ZI Glass windshield washers el in two-tone paint-turquoise and white manufacturers service policy. Only Only $2495. EXTRA CLEAN USED CARS at very low prices '55 Oldsmobile 98-4 door loaded new car guarantee. 3--'54 Oldsmobiles 98's—four doors loaded just like new. '54 Chevrolet 2 door sedan radio heater Only '1295. '51 Sfudebaker 2-door radio and heater. O* '495. '52 Oldsmobile 88-4 door radio heater hydramatic white wall tires one owner. $1335. '52 Buick Special 4 door radio heater Dynaflow very clean. o„y '1095. '53 Plymouth 4 door radio heater white wall tires one owner extra clean. Only. *1165. '47 Olds Station Wagon Radio heater hydra­ matic a clean fishing wago...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Page Eighteen A new personnel program to improve discipline and raise en­ listed "esprit de corps" has been adopted by the Army. The program "Enlisted Person­ nel Management System" will be composed of three main parts. The first and most important the sep­ aration of non-commissioned offi­ cers from specialists on July 1 1955 second the new Military Oc­ cupation Specially (MOS) Struc­ ture and third the new Person­ nel Records System. Now more than ever before members of the United States Army are being offered greater op­ portunities in the enlisted career fields. According to CWO Raymond C. Kurtz and A officer for Corps one of the top changes will be the change-over of many NCO's to specialists. NCO Status "An enlisted man presently in a leadership position may or may not retain his status as an NCO" said Mr. Kurtz. "It will largely be de­ termined by the individual's com­ mander as to whether he is capable of remaining an NCO" he con­ tinued. "However" he said "an enlisted man t...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Thursday April 28 1955 The FORC THE THREE CENT stamp honoring members of the Armed Forces Reserves will go on sale May 21 the Post Office announces. Stamp collectors desiring first day cancellations may send a reasonable number of addressed envelopes to the Postmaster Washington D.C. with a money order covering the cost of the stamps to be af­ fixed to the envelopes. PAWN SHOP Loans Made On Anything Of Value MERCHANDISE B0U6HT & SOLD E. Z. LOAN CO. 313 8th St. KILLEEN. TEXAS Phone 1371 For Rodeo Fans! WESTERN WEAR Authentic Western Styles! Il 'JZi Ji We eon outfit you from Ahf head to toe! Budget-Wise Prices! Western Straw Hats 1.95 to 4.95 "Bandera" Western Hats 10.00 Palm Braid Stock Hats 1.89 Western Shirts .*. .3.95 to 5.95 Colorful Wide Selection Western Trousers 7.95 to 12.95 Western Belts 1.50 to 3.95 Cowboy Boots 15.95 to 22.50 Tooled Billfolds Belt Buckles Western Ties Bandana Handkerchiefs. Alterations Free! ARMY & NAVY TEMPLE KILLEEN ONLY 10% DOWN (Camera with f2....

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Page Twenty Airborne Assn. Awards Honor Pyle FAYETTEVILLE N. C. (AFPS) E a a on or in famed WWII correspondent Ernie Pyle have been established by the Airborne association national para­ trooper fraternity for outstanding accomplishments in journalism and related fields. The first 10 winners will be named at the association's conven­ tion in Washington D. C. July 4. Each winner will receive an 18- in on at of E Pyle. The 10 "Ernie" awards will be -Attractive NEW Community IPlIf IN A NEW ADDITION Here in Kilieen ALL PAVED STREETS F.N.A. APPROVED given for outstanding contribution toward national security by: (1) news reporting (2) a newspaper columnist (3) an editorial (4) an article in a periodical (5) a radio broadcast (6) a television broad­ cast (7) an author of a book (8) a cartoon (9) a still photograph and (10) a motion picture. Throughout the U. S. last yar 907000 families received assistance from the American Red Cross through chapter Home Service pro­ grams. WHY PAY RENT! w...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Thursday April 28 1955 TI.e maneuver called Logex-55 has been held annually since 1948 to a in of Army technical and administrative schools in techniques of support­ ing combat troops. This year for the first time the support exer­ cise will be used as a vehicle to tc proposed new concepts de­ veloped by the First Logistical Command Fort Bragg N. C. More than 5000 Army personnel will take part. The new concepts have been de­ veloped with the demands of mod­ ern warfare in mind. Mass de­ to KMA#*4 Killeen's 36 MONTHS TO PAY BUILD REMODEL NOW BIG RODEO APRIL 28th-29th-30th DON'T MISS THE BIG STREET DANCE APRIL 26th Don't miss a single thing! There will be plenty of fun for everyone. For the grandest time of your life come to Kil- leen. 3% Interest' On Savings KILLEEN SAVINGS & LOAN Killeen Texas JJOGEX To Test New Supply Ideas FORT T.-RK VP _A Tnaior test struction weapons in the hands of creased by eliminating interme- Command. Rear boundarn FORT LEE Va.—A major test of proposed ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Page Tventy-Twr 6:00 6:55 7:00 7:25 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:30 8:45 9:00 12:58 1:00 1:15 1 :30 1:45 2:00 3:00 4:00 4:30 8:00 5:30 5:40 5:45 Sign On & Program Your Own Home What's Your Trouble Video Vacation Bobo the Hobo Tales of the West Movie Matinee. FIRST LT. HERBERT L. DEAN commander of Headquarters Company Combat Command "A" Fourth Armored Division gets a firm handclasp and a Golden Cup from Maj. General Thomas J. H. Trapnell division commander. The cup was awarded to Head­ quarters company for being the top company in the division in April. It marked the fourth time the unit had won the cup. EHTERTAINMENT GUIDE 77% READ IT Readership questionaire en the Armored Sentinel proved 77% of the readers use it for their enter­ tainment guide. ADV. RATE S2.00 PER 2 COL. INCH LISTING Test Pattern Sign On & Program Previews Today (NBC) Texas News Today—NBC Texas Weather This is the Life Religion in Life Sheiiah Graham Show—NBC Home—NBC' Tennessee Krnle Show—NBC Movie Matinee Open House...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

Thursday April 28 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Texas S-321. Fisher 36202 or contact at ol8 Valley Road Killeen. 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. So.-.00. 560 and .0. All bills paid. Marjorie Baker. Baker Drug. Copperas Cove Texas. HOUSES FURNISHED C-3 FOR RENT: A BEAUTIFUL RIC ranch home consisting of three large bed rooms a large living room and an adjoining dining room tile kitchen with breakfast nook 2 large tile bath rooms more than ample closets a double car garage attached to dwelling all located on a hill among live oak trees and very private. Due to illness the owners have moved to town and this property is for rent for the first time. Con­ veniently located to Fort Hood and Gray ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 April 1955

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 May 1955

VOL. 9 No. 18 Mayors of all cities in the Cen­ tral Texas area around Fort Hood have been invited by Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold III Corps and Fort Hood commander to visit the post on Saturday May 21— Armed Forces Day. Officers on the planning commit­ tee for the day are continuing with preparations that are expected to result in the most elaborate ob­ servance of Armed Forces Day at Fort Hood that has been held since Serving with General R.ehm on the council will be Col. Glenn F. Rogers Commanding Officer of Support Command Lt. Col. Mar­ shall B. Allen Assistant Chief of Staff G-4 Lt. Col. Oscar C. Ton- neli Commanding Officer of the 12d Maintenance Battalion and the S-4 officers of the subordinate commands 4 Army Releases List or Officer Promotions WASHINGTON (AFPS The rmy has released a tentative list of about 1300 captains and 3000 first lieutenants who have been recommended for promotions. The names of Ihe officers arc conlained in Circulars 624-25 but the Army pointed out that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 May 1955

Page Two By LAWRENCE T. FRIEND Ten years ago this week in Northern Italy a couple of First Armored Division soldiers named Sutton and Hensley started think­ ing again about Knoxville Tennse- see U. S. A. SFC Herbert M. Sutton a me­ chanic with "Charlie" Company of the ]23rd Armored Mintenance Battalion and Sgt. Luther J. Hen­ sley a mechanic with Service Bat­ tery of the 68th Armored Field Ar­ tillery Battalion had seen 30 hard months of combat against the Axis armies in Africa and Italy. Both "Old Ironsides" veterans who "grew up" with the First Ar­ mored Division after its birth at Fort Knox Kentucky in July 1940 Private Fallen Receives Top Class Honors Two First Armored Division soldiers took top honors at the graduation of Small Arms Class No. 38 at the III Corps Academy Friday morning. PFC Peter T. Fallen a tank crewman in Headquarters Com­ pany 13th Tank Battalion fin­ ished the coarse in first place. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Fallen of Central Islip N.Y. Second p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 May 1955

Thursday May 5 1955 Selected participants in the Fourth Army competition of he All-Army Talent Contest have been organized into a soldier show "Tops In Talent" to tour the Fourth Army area beginning May 1. The show will be at Fort Hood on May 27 28 and 29 and at Kil- leen Base on May 26. The tour will last through May 31 and will furnish entertainment for troops at 13 installations. It will also serve the purposes of en­ couraging military participation local areas and prepare Fourth Army Talent Contest winners for the All-Army Talent Contest to be held at Fort Dix N. J. starting June 6. Dance Team Joining Fourth Army talent con­ test winners for the tour will be PFC and Mrs. Eugene H. Harvey a professional dance .team. Private Harvey is Special Services enter­ tainment director at the Army and Navy Hospital Hot Springs Ark. The Husband-wife team has ap­ peared on TV shows of L.d Sulli- kvan Fred Allen and Sid Caesar Fand has made many night club ap­ pearances. Miss Fran Holly Fourt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 May 1955

Page Four TOWXSEXD FIELD ALICE GOKSILEY 122 East 42nd Street I'nbUsheo in thr Interest of the military and civilian personnel at Fort Hood Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and utalemonrs reflectc« In the news and editorial columns represent vieivs 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 shoitM be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 35113. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and pavers are 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. Distribution on Pos...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 May 1955

Thursday May 5 1955 MRS. GEORGETTA FADDEN receives the winning trophy of the Officers Wives bowling team from Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold. The trophy was presented at a luncheon held at the Officers' Club. Mrs. Fadden was the All-Events winner and had a season average of 150. (U.S. Army Photo by Von Ludwick) irtn W FOR BEING selected as the best team in the NCO Wives Bowling League (left to right) Mrs. Cecil Simmons Mrs. Delmar Clark Mrs. Lester Haines and Mrs. W. V. Franklin were each presented with trophies. The team won 38 games out of a possible 60. (U.S. Army Photo by Von Ludwick) (*Top 3 grades married and over 25 years oj age.) Residence Address I I OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION SERVICE EENT BLDG. STATION HOSP. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 9:00 TO 4:00 Commissioned Officers and "Senior Non-Corns Olt lnswwte (mm *ithGovew«e'rtEmpW Savings of up to 30% from standard rates are yours because you successfully eliminate from your premium the cost of maintaining the customary agency system. Unexcelled C...

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