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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Page Eighteen WASHINGTON (ANF) —The United States Army is the world's greatest educator. Its educational activities blanket the United States extend into is­ land possessions in two oceans and flourish in foreign countries. The Army's educational program now embraces nine general types of educational activities. These in­ clude 1. Operation of the Army War College the Command and Gen­ eral Staff college the Army Gen­ a 1 8 an 1 3 a is Army Reserve school program and the Army extension course program which provides nonresi­ dent instruction by correspondence methods to Army Reserve forces in 831 subjects. 2. Training of selected military American Soldiers Have Many Facilities Available For Learning personnel at civilian educational institutions to provide a means for advanced schooling in the academ­ ic fields of the arts and the natural and applied sciences as well as in technical skills in the fields of ma­ teriel and industrial production. 3. Training of civilian employees at the ...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Thursday May 26 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ratliff Building Ph. 1361 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Texas Ph. 3-5254 l'emple. First Nat'! Bidg. TOM CARLISLE Attorney of Law 4th & Ave. Phone CURTIS DUNCAN and BRAGG Attorney of Law Wood Building Gray & Ave. Phone 3881 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. LOST & FOUND B-8 LOST: BLACK BALLET SLIPPERS some where on post. Call Killeen lo241 if you find. ^ItT W ?W«^fVterspe5: IS^VE ^hauer. 276 No. 6. McNair Village. Ph. •u9293. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-1 TWO AND THREE FOR RENT: ONE. bedroom apartments furnisher ox furnished. $55. S6o and All bills paid. Contact Joe Galey or Marjone Baker Baker Drug Copperas Texas. Texas. PO Box 282. Cove LARGE FOUR ROOM FURNISH...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 May 1955

Page Twenty /a) ''jM/ "i/v./# "'St 4/Z- f/% V-8 with heater and overdrive. Very clean 1950 FORDS Fully equipped 1949 OLDSMOBILE FOUR DOOR Hydromatic with new white side wall tires. Very clean 1949 CHEVROLET PICKUP With radio and heater (2) 1947 CHEVROLETS Very clean THERE'S THAN THESE ARE A FEW OF MORE THAN 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM 1954 FORDS Any type or body style. 60 day guarantee. Com- 1 OQK pietely checked and tuned. Up to 24 months to pay^ I up 1951 FORD TUDOR with heater with radio heater overdrive and new tires. £AQEZ Very clean 1951 FORD TUDOR 1951 FORD COUPE USED CAR LOCATED KILLEEN HIGHWAY AT THE CIRCLE PHONE 726 fi" '/S\/"// S W r# Open Until 10 P. M. 7 Days A Week A. $595 $495 $495 $395 $395 $250 *i BELTON. TEXAS AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER THE ARMOKED SENTINEL FOKl HOOD TEXAS 1914 1955 CANTRELL We Will Not Be Out-Traded Or Undersold OWN A finance it ED CANTRELL MOTOR CO. Inc... NO BETTER BUY FORD at... NEW FORD We Finance All Ranks O Oo 121 North Main Phone 61 lr. mmm New Off...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 June 1955

VOL. 9 No. 22 By GEORGE APPEL Bids on a contract calling for the construction of 207 family housing units at Fort Hood will be accepted by the Fort Worth District Corps of Engineers this month. The bid-opening on the $3090000 project will be held in the district office at Fort Hood at 2 p.m. on June 16. The contract will call for com­ pletion of the entire project in 440 days after ground is broken. How­ ever the first units should be ready for occupancy eight months after work begins this summer. Two hundred of the family hous­ ing units which are for the fami­ lies of non-commissioned officers will be located south of McNair Village. Forty-six of these will be single units and 154 will be du­ plexes. Four housing units for Colonels' and three for General Officers' quarters will be built south of 24th Street and overlooking the site of the future nine holes of the Fort Jood Golf Course. Special Design 'The housing units have been spe­ cially designed for .good living in Personnell ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 June 1955

Page Two ON THE DAY of his departure Maj. Gen. William S. Biddle (cen­ ter) First Armored Division commander bids a final farewell to his men. Accompanied by Gen. George A. Rehm assistant Divi­ sion commander (center rear) and Capt. William Fachse Honor Guard commander General Biddle inspects for the last time the high flying Division colors and a precision-drilled Honor Guard of tankers and infantrymen. Departure ceremonies took place on the green behind the Fort Hood Officers' Club Friday morning. Gen­ eral Biddle will assume a new assignment in the Far East. (U. S. Army Photo) P-l SENT 3-36 Ital Gen. Biddle Maj. Gen. William S. Biddle the man who led the First Armored Division through two important Army exercises including the test of the atomic-age organization for First Armored To Select Top Infantrymen Tests to find the 'top' infantry­ men of Fort Hood's First Armor­ ed Division will be conducted from June 20 to July 2 here by a board of three infantry officers and sev­ eral e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 June 1955

Thursday June 2 1955 One of America's most promis­ ing young architects a former Ful- bright scholar is currently assign­ ed as senior draftsman of the 35th Engineer Group Engineering Sec­ tion. A graduate of the University of Virginia in 1953 Private Robert H. Garbee of Lynchburg Va. was one of four American architects chosen by the U. S. Government in a nation-wide competition to study in France on a Fulbright Scholarship during the school year of '53 through '54. Fulbright Scholarships which have been established by Congres­ sional action and are named for their sponsor Senator William H. Fulbright (D. Ark.) enable tal­ ented American college graduates who demonstrate they are pre­ pared and can profit by foreign study to pursue graduate studies abroad for one year with all ex­ penses paid. French Study Garbee and three other student architects from this country were awarded scholarships for study in France after a board of Ameri­ can and a jury of French Archi­ tects had reviewe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 June 1955

Page Four TOWNSEND FIELD ALICE GORMLEY IX! fcasi 42na Street funusheo in the interest of the military and elrlll*n persMnel at Fort Hood. Texas •very Thornday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Policies and atatemcnrt reflecte. In the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and widei nc circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute aa endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products or' services advertised. All news matter for publication sbonlil bf 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-eopyrlrhted AFPS material without written perini$fi-on from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 419 Temple Texas. Subscription off post. $3.00 per year: SI .00 for three months. Distribution ...

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

wm Thursday June 2 1955 Ladies Groups Youth Activities Sunday School AROUND THE POST Bv RUTH ELLIOTT The Paul Jones Circle dance at the NCO dinner party Thursday night was a big success according to Mrs. Agnes Arms wife of M/Sgt. Paul Arms. "I don't re­ member any particular remarks about it but then I was so busy having a good time myself" she said. At the farewell parade Friday morning some of the teenagers said that Susan Biddle was laugh­ ing to keep from crying but the tears rolled down her cheeks and Mrs. Biddle wore her sun glases. Bi'ig. Gen. John Waters has had as house guests his brother Mr. Arnold Waters Mrs. Arnold Wat­ ers and their two children from Johannesburg South Africa. Nancy Kubin daughter of Col. and Mrs. M. T. Kubin returned to Ft. Hood last week to graduate with her class at Killeen High School. She has been a house guest of Sally Harrold. Bouquets this week go to the seniors of the Fort Hood commu­ nity who graduated from Killeen High School Friday May 27. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 June 1955

Page Six Atterbury Won Three First Places The 1st Armored Division ran away with track honors in the re­ cent triangular post Championship meet at Fort Hood. The 1st Team was paced by the spectacular Wil­ lie Atterbury who took the quar­ ter mile the half mile and the 440 yard hurdles and ran anchor on two winning relay teams. At- terbury's time in the quarter mile was 48.4 for the half mile 1:57 and for the 440 yard intermediate hurdles it was 54 second flat. These were very excellent times consid­ ering that none of the races were close and that Atterbury was more or less running by himself. Others who paced the First Ar­ mored Division to its 160 5-6 to 68 5-6 victory over the Fourth Ar­ mored Division and 38 1-3 for Corps were Agee in the 100 yard dash with a 10.1 and the 220 low hurdles with a 23:6. Glen Beei- line who will act as coach for the Fort Hood team in future compe­ tition was first in the broad jump with a leap of 23'6" and the hop step and jump with 48' 5". In the f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 June 1955

Thursday June 2 1955 Sport Hood By BILL JOHNSON We would like to remind all you duffers divit diggers and dead shots that the Fort Hood Golf Championship will be held on June 27-30. The qualifying rounds will be June 20-22. To us it seems that a golf tourney set up in flights like this one is the fairest sort of competition. There will be a Championship flight consisting of the 32 men who turn in the lowest scores. The flights will then go on down to number 10. This should take care of any golfer on the post. One consolation about getting in the 10th flight you will taKe more strokes than anyone so you should have more fun. Seriously though the trophies for each flight will be exactly alike except for engraving. There will be tourney June 16-17 for the Women military person­ nel. All you gals get out there and qualify so Fort Hood will be well represented in the Fourth Army Tournament at Fort Sam Houston July 25-28. All rounds will be medal play the lowest score winning. Another nic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 June 1955

Page Eight NEW 1955 YOUNG MOTOR COMPANY Authorized Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. DAILY We Can Sell "ANY" Car At A BETTER PRICE! Highway 190 KILLEEN Highway 190 KILLEEN OVERSEAS FINANCING AVAILABLE YOUR DOLLARS BUY MODE THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS WHEN YOU BUY FROM IRA YOUNG ':':r-•f' •".': BIG VOLUME MEANS LOWER PRICES AND WE'RE THE LARGEST CAR DEALERS IN CENTRAL TEXAS S1595 IRA YOUNG AUTO COMPANY IRA YOUNG LARGEST CAR DEALER IN CENTRAL TEXAS AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH DEALER -V SSpSSKi*:^^ IliliilE!EMl:***lIIllEilil*l*iipEI "•y -s7"^3 j/tr :v^v^ }Ktfo»7&''>* "j*" "'' 'T&£3?V« LONGER TRADES v^ r.ir-" Thursday June/2 19oS T- LOWEST DOWN PAYMENTS UP TO 30 MONTHS TO PAY OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. DAILY

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 June 1955

Thursday June 2 1955 Pakistan A visitor from Pakistan after spending two weeks as guest oi the Fourth Armored Division re­ ceived a complete picture of ar­ mored organization and compared it with his own country's military structure. Col. Ihsanullah Babar comman­ dant of the Armored Center of the Pakistan Army enumerated fifffer- ences and similarities after being conducted on a training tour of the division. "All of our men are volunteers" Colonel Babar said "and their length of service is dependent upon the rank they obtain. "If at the end of seven years for example a man is still in the lowest grade—called a SOWAR he is placed in the reserved where or years. Highest Grade "But a man who progresses up the promotion ladder to the high­ est enlisted grade may retire at the end of 30 years service with the rank of honorary captain and a stipend of $100 per month." Pay in the Pakistan Army is based upon rank and technical skill with highest pay going to men who are skilled in the me- ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 June 1955

Page Ten CUB SCOUTS FROM GATESVILLE—are protographed as they swarmed all over a tank at the Post Ordnance Shops during their visit to j?ort Hood on May 25. In charge of Mrs. W. A. Nesbitt the group included -30 Cubs four den mothers and three Explorer Scouts who came along to keep the Cubs "in formation." Their visit also included a look at the Army Airfield and lunch at the 87th Ordnance Company. (U. S. Army Photo by Engle) Atomic Commission Plans Pacific Underwater Test WASHINGTON (AFPS)—An un­ derwater nuclear explosion to gather information for anti-sub­ marine warfare has been success­ fully touched off in the eastern Pacific according to a joint an­ nouncement of the Defense De­ 50 partment and the Atomic Ener­ gy Commission. The operation was carried out by Joint Task Force Seven com­ manded by Rear Adm. C. B. Mom- sen. A "small yield" nuclear de­ vice was detonated. million times a day at home at work or while at play There's nothing like a OPEN HOUSE" 809 Florence Rd. 1st I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 June 1955

mander. (U.S. Army Photo by Dell.) ATOMIC TAN FINISH 1-B00K CASE BED 1-DOUBLE DRESSER 1-ALL STEEL COIL SPRING 1-INNER SPRING MATTRESS WITH PLATFORM TOP ALL METAL LAWN CHAIRS S ONLY llillif w&sm 3.95 MATCHING ROCKERS $4.25 1404 WEST ADAMS AVE. ON HIWAY 190 & 36 1 MILAN" D. HILL second from right was presented last week a check for $475. It's the first time that a civilian has ever been awarded a check for such a large sum. In two years he will save the government nearly $136000 at Fort Hood. In the picture are left to right Col. M. S. Griffin G-4. Lt. Col. Lister R. Moore Post Engineer Hill and Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold MAJ. GEN. THOMAS L. HARROLD HI Corps commander and commanding general of Fort Hood cut the tape at the receent opening of the new post exchange service station on Headquarters Ave. Assisting General Harrold are (left to right) Lt. Col. Ulrich J. Morse Fort Hood Post Exchange officer Mr. Grady Hughes Gulf Oil representative Col. James L. Beynon Deputy Post Co...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 June 1955

Page Twelve FORT SAM HOUSTON—Fourth Army headquarters has under con­ sideration a plan whereby military personnel throughout the Fourth Army area would compete for three cash prizes monthly in sup­ port of the Department of the Army's Incentive Awards pro­ gram. Installations would submit to Fourth Army headquarters the suggestions which they consider outstanding. These suggestions would be screened by a special committee to determine the recipi­ ents of $100 $50 and $25 cash awards. The Department of the Army In­ centive Awards Program provides a system for recognizing and re­ warding civilian and military per­ sonnel who submit suggestions & ft A KAYBEE HEIGHTS TEAM winners of the Fort Hood Women's Bowling League were presented trophies recently at a banquet at the NCO Club. Left to right are Mrs. A. Bussey Mrs. C. W. Lin- genhag Mrs. Daniel Gillespie Mrs. Cleo Bay Mr. Cleo Bay (team sponsor) Mrs. Paul Alexander Mrs. William D. Vassel and Mrs. Russell E. Gray. (U.S. Army Photo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 June 1955

I Thursday June 2 1955 LEGALS kega! Directory A-1 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law I'emple Texas First Nat Bidg. Ph. 3-5254 TOM CARLISLE Attorney of Law Ratliff Building 4th & Ave. Phone 4591 CURTIS DUNCAN and BRAGG Attorney of Law Wood Building Gray & Ave. Phone 3881 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 8-321. 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 IMPORTANCE. MUST HAVE IT!! James W Schlotz- hauer. 276 No. 6. .McNair Village. Ph. 39293 it I RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-l FOR RENT: ONE TWO AND THREE bedroom apartments furnisher or un­ furnished S55 S65 a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 June 1955

Pr Fourteen WE ALL FINANCE VLU ivii— PERSONNEL REGARDLESS 1954 PLYMOUTH Belvedere four door. Hy-drive. Loaded 1952 OLDSMOBILE Four door "88" fully equipped 1952 NASH Rambler with radio heater and overdrive USED CAR LOT LOCATED KILLEEN HIGHWAY AT THE CIRCLE PHOHE 726 Open Until 9 P. M. 7 Days A Week It MILITARY «l II WE HAVE USED CARS TO SUIT ANY BUDGET 1954 FORDS 1953 PONTIAC Catalina with power steering. Loaded $1295 .p 1695 *1295 $1295 495 THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS The BEST Automobile Buy In America New Officers NO DOWN PAYMENT ED CANTRELL MOTOR CO. Inc BELTON. TEXAS AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER '«&> AND THE BEST PLACE TO BUY... "We Give The Longest Trades In The Business" OVERSEAS FINANCING AVAILABLE 121 North Main Phone 61 FORD CANTRELL BRING US YOUR OLD CAR FOR A BETTER TRADE WE FINANCE BELOW BANK RATES TO DAY KILLEEN HIGHWAY AT THE CIRCLE PHOHE 726 Thursday June 2 1955

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 June 1955

VOL. 9 No. 23 Major Genera] Thomas J. H. Trapneii commander of the Fourth Aimored Division since July 6 1954 has been ordered to a new assignment effective July 1 ac­ cording to an announcement by De­ partment of the Army. General Trapneii will command the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg North Carolina. The former West Point All- American halfback previously served with the 82nd following World War II. He commanded the 505th Airborne Infantry Regiment of that unit for three years. Brigadier General John K. Wat­ ers assistant division commander the Fourth will assume tempo- Rry command. General Waters commanded the Fourth at the time of reactivation June 15 1954 when he received the Fourth's col­ ors from Lieutenant General I. D. White Fourth Army commander. He became assistant commander when General Trapneii arrived. General Trapneii was born in Yonkers New York November 23 1902. He was graduated from the United States Military Academy with the class of 1927. He was given All-A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 June 1955

Page Two A group of officers and enlisted men of units of the First Armored Division was assembled this week for the purpose of furnishing train­ ing administrative and logistical support for the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Summer Camp to be conducted at Fort Hood this summer. Assignment of operational sup­ port troops is being co-ordinated by Combat Command "A" First Armored Division commanded by Col. Roy Lassetter Jr. The sup­ port cadre is attached for adminis­ tration to Company A 47th Arm­ ored Medical Battalion Command­ ed by 1st Lt. Beverly A. Ittmann and the personnel are assigned to the various sections and units of The Fort Hood ROTC Camp. These Fourth Armored Division artil­ lery tank and medical units shar­ ed honors in the Division Safety Contest this month as they remain­ ed accident and traffic violation free for seven months. Lt. Col. Sam F. Doering divi­ sion provost marshal announced that a total of 64 Fourth Armored Fourth AD Gets First Master Sgt. In ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 June 1955

Thursday June 9 1955 $ gjBuddy Bair Band Plays Here Friday The Buddy Bair Orchestra fea turing the Teddy Bair Trio will play at Theater No. 2 Friday 1 0 a 5 3 0 7 3 0 band then goes over to North Fort Hood to play for a dance at the Service club. The girls for the dance will come from the Waco USO. But back to Buddy Bair and some of his background. Buddy a he a re at a at on in Midwest organized his orchestra while on the campus of the Uni versity of South Dakota Vermil A GRAY AIR Force Base pan- tomimist A/2C Leonard A Chiri- ace of Perth Amboy N. Y. cap­ tured third place in the Western Division of the Air Force World Wide Talent Contest recently at Hamilton Air Force Base Calif. Airman Chiriace known pro­ fessionally as "Mr. Hi-Fi" has appeared in many post shows and on local television programs. The Army Medical Department and 1he Office of the Surgeon Gen­ eral have had a continuous exist­ ence since 1818. lion S. D. where he was studying law. The band was in great demand in al...

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