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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 May 1955

Page Fourteen 1954 FORD VICTORIA Radio Heater and Overdrive. One Owner. With Radio Heater. It's Like New. Loaded and Very Clean. Radio Heater and Overdrive. One Owner. Like New. OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM With Radio Heater and Ford-O-Matie. Very Clean. 1954 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN 1954 CHEVROLET TWO DOOR 210 $1495 1950 FORD V-8 CLUB COUPE *495 1953 FORD FORDOR CUSTOM ^395 1954 FORD TUDOR $1295 USED CAR LOT LOCATED ON KILLEEN HIGHWAY AT THE CIRCLE PHONE 726 Open Until 10 P. M. 7 Days A Week MATTER WHERE YOU'LL FIND $1895 $1995 THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS WHY DOES ED CANTRELL SELL SO MANY CARS? Because-We Will Finance Your Car BELOW BANK RATES! OVERSEAS FINANCING AVAILABLE -rtJVV. *&.*>•&>* BELTON. TEXAS AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER ili NEW OFFICERS- NO DOWN PAYMENT WE FINANCE ALL RANKS i. :i if LJ BETTER DEAL mmm liilll w**. v & KM? WILL NOT BE OUT-TRADED UNDERSOLD 121 North Main Phone 61 BELTON Thursday May 12 1955 tr..- &: $/ KIILEEN HIGHWAY AT THE CIRCLE PHON...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

VOL. 9 No. 20 GREETINGS TO PAKISTAN Col. Ihsanullah Babar Armor School Director of the Pakistan Army (right) was welcomed to Fort Hood Monday morning: by Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold III Corps and Fort Hood commander. Colonel Babar will spend two weeks at Fort Hood observing armored training activities of the Fourth Armored Division. (U. S. Army Photo by Ludwick) Units of the Fourth Armored Di­ vision will participate in activities in Waco and Kerrville play hosts to the members of the Army-Navy Legion of Valor and provide equip­ ment for display at Randolph Air Force Base during the annual Armed Forces Day celebration. RESIDENT D. D. EISENHOWER Corps Council Stresses Auto Safety Program The importance of the "Slow Down and Live Campaign" which begins May 30 and stresses safe driving was emphasized at the May 13 meeing of the HI Corps Safety Council meeting. A study of accident reports dur­ ing the month of April compiled by Woodrow W. Young Safety Di­ rector III Corps showed 28 moto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

Page Two NEW YORK (AFPS)—Numerous new and some startling innova­ tions in the weapons of war have come from the drawing boards and proving grounds of the services since last Armed Forces Day. It was the year when the Among the unit awards presented was the Commanding General's Accident Prevention Trophy which was received by Lt. Col. Robert O. Van Horn commanding officer of the Second Anti-Aircraft Artillery General Booth To Head Army Department G-l The appointment of Maj. Gener­ al Donald P. Booth as assistant chief of staff G-l was announced this week by Secretary of the Army Robert T. Stevens. He succeeds Maj. General Rob­ ert N. Young. General Booth has been deputy assistant chief of staff G-l since December 1954. Prior to his assignment to he Pentagon last December General Booth was commanding general of the 9th Infantry Division United States Army in Europe. General Young who command­ ed the 2nd Infantry Division in Ko­ rea in 1951 and who later became commanding general of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

Thursday May 19 1955 BY NAT DELL '"HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE W O E N S A O S These words were expressed by the president of the United States top military leaders past and pres­ ent and birthday greetings extend­ ed to every post the world over where WACs are stationed. The date was May 14 and the occasion was the 13th anniversary of the Woman's Army Corps The 13th Produced by the Division's Pub­ lic Information Office "At Your .Command" will appear regularly he KWTX-TV as a public service. Slapsie Maxie Show To Play Theater 1 Sun. Straight from Hollywood Fort Hood Special Services presents the Slapsie Maxie Rosenbloom show. There will be two performances at Theater No. 1 Sunday. The times will be 3 and 5 p.m. The show was booked on short notice but in view of the caliber of Maxie's show it was felt this was one of those things that were too good to be true much less turn down. The show will of course star the re at is of all Maxie Rosenbloom. Judy March will have top bill­ ing in the v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

Page Four ALICE GORMLEY 124 East 42na Street (SEAL) I'nOllghen In thr Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Policies and •talemcnrit reflecte- In the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and undei nc circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Pepartmem 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 35113. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and payors are authorize!) to reprint non-copyrirht«d 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 Post free....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

Thursday May 19 1955 A FIVE YEAR Pin and four proficiency badges were awarded last Friday night May 13 to Carol Browning right. The award was made by Carol's mother Mrs. E. D. Browning at a banquet held at Meadows School. (U. S. Army Photo by Engle) Girl Scouts Honor Parents At Court Of Awards Dinner Some 125 Girl Scouts brought an active year of scouting to a cli­ max Friday May 13th with a par­ ent-daughter banquet and a court of awards. Immediately following the dinner the Girl Scouts took their places on the stage of the Meadows School auditorium. The program opened with a presenta­ tion of the Colors followed by the Recent births at the U. S. Army Hos­ pital Fort Hood include: RECTOR— Born April lb. to Set. ana Airs. Claude Hampton Rector. H&S Co. 634th AIR. a daughter. Dolores An. MUSSLEWHITE—Born April 1 to S-Sst. and Mrs. Alhprt Austin Musstewhite. 4001st ABS. Grav AFB. a son. Richard Brucc. RUSSELL—Born April 17. to M-Sgt. and Mrs. Donald Wayne Russell 8456th MP Co. KB....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

Page Six Batters L-Heavy King Charles Brown In Three Round Event By JOHN MATTHEWS The First Armored Division un­ as a an a S Arena No. 1/Sunday night in the form of Bobf Parish of the First Transportation and Supply Bat­ talion. Originally slated to meet Paxton Williams for the post Heavyweight Crown Parish's opponent was changed to able Charles Brown 2d AAA 1st AD who was jolted for three grueling rounds by the brawny Division newcomer. Detonating the punching power that has gained him a 248-16 won- lost 184 KO fight record Parish bull-rushed the faster more agile Brown to win a unaimous three round decision. The 27 year-old tow-h ad bruiser carried the fight to Brown all the way except for a part of the second round when in a vi an forth with extraordinary fistic skill and forced Parish to relinquish ground. Brown annoyed Parish with an adroit left but the latter's tre­ mendous punching power took its toll and the last round saw Brown hanging on until the final bell. The 180 pound...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

W Thursday May 19 1955 The spotlight of the First Ar­ mored Division Artillery's track and field meet Saturday shone on two outstanding athletes Corporal W A 9 1 A Field Artillery Battalion (t ee wins) and Corporal Joseph Curry 27th Armored Field Artillery Bat­ talion (two wins two seconds and one third). Curry won the high-point man trophy with firsts in the 440 yard dash (51.7 seconds) and the 220 yard dash (22.4 seconds). He took seconds in the shot put and discus and placed third in the 100 yard dash. Atterbury forsook his specialty the 440 yard dash to run first in all three distance races. Atterbury ran the mile run in 4:29 (best Fort Hood time this year) and hardly caught his breath before starting the grueling three mile run. With­ in 16:05 the 91st AFA soldier had won the three mile run for the best time this year in that event. After a short rest he went on 1o post the best mark at Prichard Stadium this year in the 880 yard run with a 2:01.3 clocking. ^When asked why he di...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

Page Eielit NEW 1955 OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. DAILY YOUNG MOTOR COMPANY Authorized Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer Highway 190 KILLEEN VISIT OUR TEMPLE SHOW ROOM "ZT We Can Sell "ANY" Car At A BETTER PRICE! DON'T BUY ANY CAR UNTIL YOU'VE SEEN US OVERSEAS FINANCING AVAILABLE THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS THE LARGEST CAR DEALER IN CENTRAL TEXAS IRA YOUNG AUTO COMPANY Highway 190 KILLEEN IRA YOUNG Largest Car Dealer In Central Texas AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILL YS-NASH DEALER s1595. "1*1 J. LOWEST Thursday. May 19 1955 OPEN DALY

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

Thur.day May 19 1955 A 47S LT. COL. CLAYTON O. LONSETH commanding officer of the 86th Ordnance Battalion is being presented the "First in Re- enlistment in Non-Divisional Unit Participation" plaque for May by Maj. General Thomas L. Harrold III Corps Commander at a ceremony held in III Corps Headquarters last weeek. The 86th Ordnance Battaalion was first in re-enlistment with a total of 286.00 points. (U.S. Army Photo by Von Ludwick) Aerial Observer Cycle first rvrlp of a new aerial will be supervised by Division 'The first cycle of a new aerial observer training program will begin here June 6. The course de­ signed to establish uniform contin­ uous phases of instruction for First Armored Division personnel will be supervised by the Division Avi­ ation Officer. Instruction will be offered in two phases. The ground phase consisting of 32 hours will include familiarization ground handling and servicing of aircraft elemen­ tary navigation technique of aeri­ al observation principles of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

Page Ten SAFEGUARDING THE HEALTH of the troops from food-borne ftickness and diisease by inspection of all foods of animal origin procured by the Army is a vital tasks of the post veterinarian. Here at Fort Hood this job is handled by Lt. Col. George C. Co- burn right Poost Veterinarian. Assisting the colonel on his rounds of the plant is SFC Robert S. Davenpoort left. (U.S. Army Photo by Angle) By ALSTON A. MORGAN The veterinarian is a busy man these days in spite of the fact that the*horse has all but faded away from the Army. However as Lt. Col. George C. Coburn Post Veterinarian said "When the horse started to fade the role of the Army veterinarian began changing and the role of in­ specting foods and diets in­ creased." Today at Fort Hood as well as other Army installations the big job of the veterinarian is a a in a troops from food borne sickness and diseases. This he does with Battery A self-propelled artillery from the 22nd Armored Field Ar­ tillery Company of the 510th Ar­...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

Thursday May 19 1955 By VIRGIL O. JESSUP Flying saucers are no laughing matter to a group of soldier •weathermen in the 91st Armored Field Artillery Battalion of the First Armored Division. Popular conceptions of the "men from Mars" bear no resemblance whatsoever to the fatigue-clad per­ sonnel in the meteorological sec­ tion of the 91st. 3 Fourth AD Soldiers Get Sentences DDs Three Fourth Armored Division soldiers were sentenced to dishon­ orable discharges from the serv­ ice total forfeitures and confine­ ment at hard labor up to 2Vz years by general courts-martial last week. Pvt. William Whitner of the 94th AFA Battalion received a sentence of 2% years at hard labor when found guilty on four counts of theft with no previous convictions con­ sidered. Pvt. Allen Guy Jr. Hq Btry. 195th AAA Battalion (AW) (SP) was sentenced to one year on in a ha a or found guilty of wilful destruction of property speeding breaking and entering and theft. Pvt. Lewis A. Perry Company A 25th Recon. Bn....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

Page Twelve Secretary of the Army Robert T. Stevens has just completed his semi-annual report to Congress and the American people. It is a detailed accounting of Army activities during fiscal 1954. It outlines accomplish­ ments and problems encountered in main­ taining an Army to carry out any mission it. mav be assigned and difficulties that face the Army in the future. The first of eight articles appears today.) WASHINGTON (ANF) Secre­ tary of the Army Robert T. Stevens declared in his semi-annual report to Congress that the United States "must break away from certain traditional outlooks which if ad­ hered to seriously menace our ability to maintain a state of pre­ paredness. "We note for example" he said "that after each war there has been a tendency to shrug off the need for an Army or for military training. "This has been our blind spot and has marked peacetime Amer­ ica's attitude since the infancy of our republic." Mr. Stevens recalled that follow­ ing the War of Independenc...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

Thursday May 19 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killecn Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law l'emple. Texas First Nat'l Bids Ph. 3-5254 ANNOUNCEMENT DINING DANCING AMUS 1-7 THE K1LLEEN 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. LOST & FOUND B-8 LOST: BLACK BALLET SLIPPERS some­ where on post. Call Killeen 15241 if you find LOST MAN'S BROWN WALLET. PER MIT TO APPLY FOR DRIVERS LI CENSE ONLY ITEM OF IMPOR1ANCE. MUST HAVE IT!! .Tames W Schlotz- hauer. 276 No. 6. McNair Village. Ph 39293. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-1 FOR RENT: ONE TWO AND THREE bedroom apartments furnisher or un­ furnished. S55 S65 and §i.~. All bills paid. Contact Joe Gale.v or Marjorie Baker Baker Drug Copperas Cove Texas. LARGE FOUR ROOM FURNISHED apart- ment. Private bath front and back entra...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

Page Fourteen 5»if .**• *'*.*' 4'v*''• "1" Ur.uy:*':' ..•• ^Si£.V I'y'cv'Vjh Extra clean 1 Qiffr&c itWiy. OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM We have 20 of the cleanest 1954 Fords you have ever seen priced from $1295 up. All come with written guarantee. 1955 FORD CUSTOM Tudor with low mileage and very clean. One owner. 1954 CHEVROLET 210 With radio and heater. Like new. 1953 OLDSMOBILE Hi Holiday Coupe with radio heater and automatic transmission 1953 BUICK ROADMASTER 4 door with power brakes power steering tinted glass radio heater and dynaflow. 1951 FORD TUDOR With radio heater and overdrive. Very clean 1951 CHEVROLET 1946 CHEVROLET USED CAR LOT LOCATED KILLEEN NWY AT THE CIRCLE PHONE 726 Open Until 10 P. M. 7 Days A Week IL£L 'W $1495 1795 '1595 695 '595 J00 jsak t._' iflL* Vr* I* NEW OFFICERS NO DOWN PAYMENT BELTON TEXAS AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER v'SiBSa^ THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS IT'S THE DIFFERENCE THAT COUNTS AND DIFFERENCE LESS When From krhr ¥Pn •V vi S? JL ED CANTRELL...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

FLY GEE HONEY FT JUST CAN^R\F GO TO THE PROM WITH OU TOMORROW NIGHT AND MAKE REVEILLE THE NEXT MORNIN6. MAN VOU CANT MISS THE BIGGEST EVENT OF THE YEAR WHY NOT TIME FOR. BACK THAT'LL GAIN YOU THAT'S IDEA AIRLINES LOOKS LIKE WE'RE ALL SET BUT I'M STILL A LITTLE WORRIED ABOUT THE PLANE WELL DONT BE^ GETTING IN YOU CAN AND TO THINK I COULD HAVE MISSED ALL THAT FOR. NO REAL REASON. DEPEND ON TIME THE SCHEDULED AIRLINES ON TO LEAVE AND ARRIVE ON TIME/ ill 7 GUESS a msrnM SSWEGC'II.III IT'M SCHEDULEL I'LL HAVE STAY HOME THEN AND ID BEEN SAVING THE DATE FOR. YOU. (ft. .... BE SURE TO GOSH MARY SUE MAKE IT A II HOPE THIS WORKS GLAD COULD I 1 I ££34. I OUT—BUT IM AFRAID AIRLINES I FLYING WILL MAC THIS PROM THAN THINK TIFICATED ALASKA AIRLINES ALLEGHENY AIRLINES AMERICAN AIRLINES BONANZA AIR LINES BRANIFF AIRWAYS CAPITAL AIRLINES CENTRAL AIRLINES COLONIAL AIRLINES FM P«»F fyfJSl IFYE? wiM& NEXT TIME KM GOING TO FLY ON THE SCHEDULED AIRLINES Scheduled Airlines CONTINENTAL AIR LINES OELTA-C...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

^fARltJS\|oiDICK ARE. MERELY JF( VOU HURT IT'S A MIRACLE WE GOT OUT OF THAT QUICKSAND. THAT'S THE LAST TIME I TRUST YOU WITH A ROAD MAP. CATCH HIM QUICKLY.? A SUPERFICIAL WOUND*/" YOU AMD YOUR SHORTCUTSPHINEAS/ GEECROCK.YOU CAN AT LEAST SIVE ME CREDIT FOR FINPINGTHIS HOTEL $ HOW IN THE WORLD PIP Y0U EVER SET YOUR HEAP STUCK IN THERE LIKE THAT? FIRST—I MUST FIX MV HAIRWITH WILDROOT CREAM" OIL//-REMOVES LOOSE DANDRUFF Ca OUT HERE INTHE 5WAMP6. A GOOP NIGHT'S 5LEEPANP 'LL BE IN CONPITION TO EASY NOW. I'LL HAVE- YOU OUT IN A JIFFY/ HEAP BACK FOR CAMP IN THE MORNING -RELIEVES DRYNESS KEEPS HAIR NEAT BUT NOT-O^H.?- GREASXRR (UGH) YOU'LL NEVER PO IT WITH YOUR fUGH) HANDS GO DOWNSTAIRS (UGH) AND GET SOME TOOLS/ LI I'LL SHOW YOU... IS NEAT 7 HAIR IMPORTANT AT A TIME LIKE THIS? WILDROOT CAIW-M MI*MM DIG THESE OLPI WHO FA6HIONEP rrQ.ARE51 BEPS ALL I'M CROCK /INTERESTED IN 16 SOME EYE.I'M TURNINGOFF t-1 THE UGHT^fe: 555 AT ALLT1MES.7 NOW I WILL BE A CREDIT SI) &UT 1 MV TO THE DEPARTMENT ON ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

CAMP 4 Dis pemsarY fcESisr 1 Hrwo DAVS OFF F30M /$*£ ue/fcrs frwo ftfgpe. j?oor HEY/JET ALL BUT MY YOU OKAY? WHAT W I JUST CANT STILL ?\PUT POWN THIS REAPING COPY OF BOB? THE JBLACK KNIGHTS op wbst Point. IT'S TERRIFIC.' mp i beat^S TREE. SO HARP.YOU l£hS* IF WE JOIN THE ARMY NOW WEw CAN RETiRE WHEN WEWE 35. Arre/vT/'onjf 5* P0LLA/2S will BE pfib FO& BQCM OF THE BB%T CA&TOONS SOBWTTEO 8V "SERVICEMEN EUE&Y JUST SETA RECORP. BUT THAT'S WHAT I KNOW. YOU 5AIP LAST 1 THESE ARE WEEK WHEN YOU /THE TWO BEST WERE REAP I NO BOOKS I'VE IMPACT COME ACROSS IN AGES* a /SSOE. so a. ay ear soo MerreG/AL CAK BB &ETU6.MED UAiCESS &CCOMPAMED 8V 4 ^TAMPED ^&LF-AOC>/2ES$BD ENVELOPE. sertp vooa eeA/NSfows* rt G&MED FORCED FEtoTOAE^ Zlf ST&EET NEW SOfi-K CITY Aj.y.. I'LL NEVER HEAR THE END OF THIS—THE ONLY GUV TO NO REASON LANP IN A TO TAKE IT EVER. CLIMBEP POWH A TREE-- Lowe ANO I'VE Gnr a A. ^^ENrrv— vha/S mah COULD HAVE ALL My P^A^CNc^1''-?CNCE4T !c#LL OvJEfc RECORP?^...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

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