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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

qftf- I iV' YOU MAY THINK YOU'RE GETTING AWAY WITH SOMETHING- BUT IN THE ENP you W'YA BA8V/' ARE THE LOSER# OH.f/O- Ncrryov AGAIN f/ 0 I t*Jl|. II -"Vil'l'l' HERE He GOES AG-AIN GOOp OLD SARS-H KKIOUJ-iT-ALL WHO POES HE THINK HE'S KIPPING SO MIND WHAT TOLD you1Boys- KEEP UP/ WHO ELSE HAS NOT ABOUT ENOUGH PULL TO \US 6WJES0ME/ GET THE PAY OFF-BUT LETS TALK ABOUT" USi 1 VMiMik/Mi mm 7 T&8$gc8rfi AND ONE OP THE *. IMPORTANT THINGS TO LEARM IN YOUR. TRAINING*. IS NEVER TO PROP BEHIND WE'LL SEE WHO is THE LOSER-1 KNOtU HOW A PA LATER. YOU'VE IT'S YOUR LOSS HONEy// BEEN HERE ALL DAY AND NOW I CAN HAPPILY CLOSE UP//

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

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 May 1955

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

VOL. 9 No. 21 "Old Ironsides" had its brass am in an it or in Tuesday morning when the entire First Armored Division paid trib­ ute to its departing commander Major General William S. Biddle who is leaving for a new assign­ ment in Japan. Approximately 14000 members New Location The new commissary located two blocks south of the old com­ is a in re re culmination of long months of plan­ in re pa at on an a work. With fifty percent more shelf space than the old building great­ ly enlarged floor space and seven check-out points the new facility is expected to provide housewives a pleasant and smooth-operating place to do their shopping. One of the outstanding features of the new commissary site will be the greatly enlarged parking lot Fort Hood Drops Below Savings JJontl Drive Goal Civilian and military participa­ tion in the U. S. Savings Bond Pro­ gram at Fort Hood is below stand­ ard accordnig to an announcement by Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold Commanding General III Corps and Fort H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Page Two But he said "there is no single path for them to pursue. "They must concentrate on adaptability in thought as well as in procedure. They must strive to develop weapons for both the near and distant future—items that can be put into production today while successors are devised for the needs of tomorrow. "Since no one can foretell the precise nature of future conflicts in which we may become involved it is necessary for the Army to be ready to engage in land operations under widely varying conditions. And while we fervently hope that there will be no battlefields in the years ahead Army scientists and engineers are determined that this country will never again be caught short." Battle Groupings As a result of development of new weapons Mr. Stevens said the Army's combat units were conducting important field re­ search trying out new battlefield tactics and formations "in line with the tempo of the atomic age." Combat units are testing battle groupings which are smaller but a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Thursday May 26 1955 0. THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Party Contest Thursday9 May 26 No. 1—"The Marauders" Dan Duryea Jeff Richards Keenan Wynn Jarma Lewis No. 2—"Tall Man Riding" Randolph Scott Dorothy Malone No. 3—"Interrupted Melody" Glenn Ford Eleanor Parker No. 4—"Silver Chalice" Virginia Mayo Pier Angeli Jack Palance Academic Drive—Shuffleboard Tourney Indoor Beach Party 162nd Street—Movie Music Quiz Brigade Avenue—Twenty Questions Beat The Clock North Fort—Ping Pong Tourney Dance Class "Buddy" Birthday Friday May 27 No. 1—"A Day to Remember" Stanley Holloway Odile Versois Donald Sinden No. 2—"The Silver Chalice" Virginia Mayo Pier Angeli Jack Palance No. 3—"Interrupted Melody" Glenn Ford Eleanor Parker No. 4—"Fox Fire" Jane Russell Jeff Chandler Academic Drive—Maypole Dance (Waco Hos.) 62nd Street—Who Am I? igade Avenue—Flower Dance orth Fort—Disc Spin Talent Contest Saturday May 28 No. 1—"Interrupted Melody" Glenn Ford Eleanor Parker No. 2—"The Silver Chalice" Virginia Mayo Pier An...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Page Four TOWJfSEND FIELD ALICE GOBMLEr 122 East 42nd Street Moscow radio broadcast a Prav- da editorial denouncing the West­ ers for making what it called "unreasonable demands about the a an at on of he Four conference. Premier Chou Enlai of Red China renewed his offer this week to negotiate with th U. S on easing tension in the Formosa area but made it clear that "the question of the so-called cease-fire does not arise." The reason he said was "there is no war be­ tween (Red) China and the Unit­ ed States." The United States and other Western foreign offices were an­ xious last week over the impend­ ing visit of Soviet Premier Bul- ganin and Communist party sec­ retary Krushchev to Yugoslavia The possibility that the Soviets might induce Tito to become "neutralist" or join the new East E an it a a an a gravely considered by the West. West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer won a significant victory for his policy of rearmament as opposed to neutrality in the elec­ tions last week ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Thursday May 26 1955 MEMBERS OF THE Fort Hood Sunday School and teachers dis­ play one of the new curtains which grace their classroom. Each of the curtains which were made by the students feature a de­ sign inspired by an episode drawn from the Bible. Shown by this curtain whose design portrays the wonderous six-day Genesis of the world are: (standing from left to right) Miss Glenna In­ gram Bonnie Kulp Sally Bennett Thomas Blackburn Buddy Walker Mrs. Marion Walker (Front Row) Seth Osborn Diana Greene Tommy Schutz Mike McGlomery Carol Wolters and Marianne Owen. (U.S. Army Photo by Tread way) Girl Scouts To Op en Summer Moonraker Season On June 6 A Girl Scouts will open the sum- Pier camping season for Fort Hood at Camp Moonraker June 6 through June 11. The Scouts will be picked up at the Gii'l Scout house at 8:30 June 6 and return­ ed to the Scout House at noon on June 11. They will camp as Scout troops. The camp for the Scouts will be under the direction of Mrs. Norman Weir who ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Page Six 1st Armored Trackmen Favored As Teams Battle At Prichard Track and Field will be the theme here on the Post this Thurs­ day and Friday. The Post Track meet will be one of the larger sin­ gle events from the partidipants standpoint that will be held here this year. The 1st AD is a heavy favorite to walk away with the blue rib­ bon. The First will be led by Pvt. Willie Atterbury and Lt. Glen Beerline. Atterbury is a Detroit Michigan boy who was city cham­ pion in 1950 and 1951 in the half mile. Willie won all service hon­ ors in the Far East in 1952 as a quarter miler. His best time in the quarter was a good 47.3. When asked how his time this year would compare to that he said "It all depends on the track and wind and my condition." It is expected that Willie will be clocked at about 48 seconds for the quarter. Post Track And Field Records By CHARLES GIDDENS Ten Fort Hood records were bettered by First Armored Divis­ ion track and field men last Sat- day at the annual "Old Ir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Thursday May 26 1955 MAJ. GEN. W. S. BIDDLE Gen. Biddle Says Farewell To First AD The following is the speech de livered by Maj. Gen. William S. Biddle Commanding General of the 1st Armored Division at the list Armored Division Review held 'Tuesday. "Officers and men of the 1st Ar­ mored Division: "The time has come for me to say goodbye. It is not an easy thing to do. For more than a year and a half the 1st Armored Di­ vision its units and its personnel have been in large measure my life. "In that time we have forged and maintained a combat-ready di­ vision. We have engaged in two great maneuvers. We have created and launched the test of an ex­ perimental Armored Division in­ tended for conditions of modern warfare. We have met the many other requirements of modern mil­ itary service both in garrison and the field. "While I might understandably be prejudiced I think that we have done these things well. Sometimes the road has been rough but we have traveled it steadily and tri­ umph...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Thursday May 26 1955 By NAT DELL "Are you the new man that came in last night? You are?— Then take your records and report to Mr. Kurtz at building No. 4448— Personnel Management section." Every enlisted man being as­ signed to in You walk in the door and ask for Mr. Kurtz and are told that he is busy with someone else so you have to wait. M-Sgt. Walter H. Phillips or some of the enlisted men working under him in the classification and assignment sec­ tion takes your sealed records. Section by section your records are taken apart—your pay record !goes to the pay section your form 20 goes to the and A sec­ tion. There are other men waiting too so you start talking about as­ signments. All of them want a good one. Perhaps you think that personnel is just a group of sol­ diers with easy jobs and civilians drawing easy pay but before you leave the building you are going to find out just how wrong you are. While you are waiting some­ one spots the coke machine an you get a coke. Then you...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Page Ten NCO Wives To Hold Dinner-Dance At Club Mrs. Thomas Muston presided over a short business meeting pre­ ceding the luncheon at the NCO Wives' Club Thursday. Mrs. John Fellmore won the door prize. Thursday evening May 26 the NCO Wives' club and their hus­ bands will entertain with a dinner dance at the NCO Club. Dance mu­ sic will be furnished by a combo from the 4th Armored Division Band. «•***(to** MEMBERS OF THE newly-elected Post Senior NCO Council held their first meeting recently at which time Fort Hood's commanding" general. Maj. (Jen. Thomas L. Harrold addressed them. From left they are Master Sergeants John A. Cosentino Joseph P. McCord Jr. Thomas W. Muston Gen­ eral Harrold Harry K. Rutherford R. E. Harmon and Allen B. Causseaux. (U. S. Army Photo by Engle) National Mag Tells Service Family Story WASHINGTON (AFPS) The story of Maj. Oliver B. Patton an instructor at the litary Academy and his family is featured in the is of he ad Journal. The article which appears on ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Page'Twelve Lt. Gen. I. D. White Fourth Army commander and noted au­ thority on tactical use of armor has developed a maneuver standing operating procedure (SOP) which has already proved its effective­ ness in cutting down the amount of paper work required in planning and conducting field exercises. His staff is now at work condensing the SOP and rewriting it to make a further reduction in paper volume and manhours for future maneu­ vers. Dismayed at the three thick vol­ umes of documents which were compiled and distributed for the staging of Exercise Spear Head in May of 1954. General White in­ structed his staff to prepare and publish an SOP designed to cut red tape and orientation in both com­ mand post and field exercises. The SOP proved its worth in February of this year when it was used as a guide for Exercise Blue Bolt conducted in the Fort Hood area near Killeen Texas. Use of the SOP enabled Fourth Army headquarters to plan prepare and conduct the Blue Bolt exeercise Mmtlmwm...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Thursday May 26 WASHINGTON (ANF) Sixty of the Army's sharpest soldiers have the blues—and they're happy! The blues are the Army's snappy blue dress uniforms and the most outstanding soldiers at Army posts in the United States have been chosen to model them. Wearing of the Army blues is recognition of outstanding service. It's also a test of the new uni­ form by the Army Quartermaster Corps. The handsome new Army blue is a far cry from the present olive a ^•XvXW.V Army's Sharpest Soldiers Test Wear Dress Uniform drab uniform which most soldiers shuck in favor of civilian attire the moment they are off duty. Brass Buttons The coat is dark blue with brass buttons. Piping of shoulder loops chevrons and service stripes is gold. Trousers are sky blue cuffless and have a gold stripe about an inch and one-half wide running from the waistband to the bottom of the trouser leg. The cap is dark blue with an outside gold band one-half inch SWEDEN A COUNTRY noted for such cinema exports as Greta ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Page Fourteen WASHINGTON (ANF) The average United States Army sol­ dier weighs 155 pounds and stands five feet eight and one-half inches high. He wears a size 38 uniform and a size 9-D shoe. In a shirt he takes a 14% neck size and a sleeve length of 32 inches his waist 30.6 inches and his hips 36.6 inches. These figures were developed from an anthropometric survey 1 SO BRIGHT ... so fight for you ... so tangy in taste ever-fresh in sparkle. 2. SO BRACING ... so quickly refreshing with its bit of wholesome energy. 2" PRIZE Army Issues Statistics On The Average Soldier 50 million times a day at home at work or while at play conducted by the Army's tailor- fa ox y the Quartermaster Corps. In an effort to obtain sci­ entific data that would lead to bet­ ter fitting clothing 65 various di­ mensions per man were taken dur­ ing the survey. Shoulder Breadth It also was found that the breadth of his shoulders at the widest points is 17.9 inches his trouser inseam 32.8 inches and his outseam ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Thursday May 26 1955 Births Recent births at the U.S. Army Hospital Fort Hood included: DURAN—Born April 13. to Cpl. and Mrs. Floliano Placido Duran H&S 37th Tk Bn. a daughter Marilyn Fleese. DE BOOM—Born April 15. to Cpl. and Mrs. Richard Lec DeBoom Ha Div Arty a son. Ricky Lee. CARTER—Born April 18. to Pvt-2 and Mrs. Lester Aubrey Carter. Co A 4th AMB. a daughter Lexie Jean. EVERETT—Born April 19. to SFC and Mrs. Wallace Allison Everitt Hq Co 4th AD a son Jef£ Clay. Miller8born April 19. to PFC and Mrs. Willie James Miller Co B 16th AEB a daughter Jacqueline Olivia. SCHRODER—Born pril 20. to Sgt. and Mrs. Frank Pernill Schroder Jr. Hq Co CC B. a son. Frank Joseph. MONTGOMERY—Born April 20 to Sgt. and Mrs. James Montgomery Co B 46th. AMB. a daughter. Donna Gayle. TREADWAY—Born April 20 to Sgt. and Mrs. J. W. Trcadway. Enl Det 400ath SU. a son Brince Alien. COCKE—Born April 20. to SFC and Mrs. Jimmie Bobbitt Cocke H&H Co CC C. a son. James Anton. WALTER—Born April 20 to SFC ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Page Sixteen ..M... & .* NEW YORK (AFPS)—Army per­ sonnel returning to the United States from Europe now can ex­ pect to be on board buses trains and planes enroute to their homes within hours after their ships en­ ter New York harbor. This is the result of a new proc- Gl's And Officers Insured income plans endow­ ments thru E allotments Phone Temple PR3-3336 or write S. Box 109 John Prior Gov't Personnel Division W $ II Here is the newest furniture fashion idea for your home... the popular "leaf" dinette set... acclaimed and pictured in magazines almost everywhere. For this beautiful creation combines lacy wrought iron with modern plastics to bring new color new life new interest and new loveliness to your home. And it's versatile too! With its two center leaves in place you have a full- sized 36" 60" dinette table with ample room for six even eight. Remove one leaf and its 36" 48" top is just right 1404 WEST ADAMS AVE. On Hiway 190 & 36 NEEDLE FOR SOLDIERS who are slow to ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Thursday May 26 1955 i« rcnwKftfllM Northern Test J&uards Against Air Attack T* E A A S A on (AFPS)—A sneak air raid on the northern U. S. was repelled recent­ ly with. total loss of the enemy bombers. The raid was conducted by planes of the Royal Canadian Air Force. But it was only make-be­ lieve. It was part of a joint two- nation exercise dubbed "White- horse" aimed at probing border aerial defenses. RCAF bombers crossing the northern U. S. border were all in­ tercepted and "destroyed" by Air Defenders. Planes of the 29th Air Div. (Def.) and ANG squadrons from Wyom­ ing Montana and North Dakota participated along with RCAF units. Helping to turn back the prac­ tice raids on targets in North Da­ kota and Montana were members of the civilian Ground Observers Corps and aircraft control and warning squadrons of the 29th. Nerve-center of the exercise was the division's air defense control center here. Duty On Shore Sure Cure Tor Seasickness WASHINGTON (AFPS) The time-honored belie...

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