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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 June 1955

Page Eight what anyone can sell we can sell better! New 1955 FORDS and CHEVROLETS JI495. Serving You In Two Convenient Locations YOUNG MOTOR CO KILLEEN AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER WHAT KIND DO YOU LIKE j # HIGHWAY 190 4: •hi V' WE SELL ALL MAKES COMPARE OUR LOW PRICES THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Wm@m Get Our Price On Top Quality Used CARS Hundreds of Used Cars- Priced to Go!--We bought 'em to sell--Make us an offer! OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. DAILY IRA YOUNG AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH DEALER Largest Car Dealer In Central Texas -r Thursday June 16 1955 TEMPLE :( 'A-y&K-tffi DOWN PAYMENT MONTHS TO PAY WE FINANCE ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL OVERSEAS FINANCING AVAILABLE

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 June 1955

Thursday June 16 1955 SEE FUTURE FARMERS AND FARMERETTES get a good look at the speedy M-41 "Walker Bulldog" during their visit to the Fourth Armored's 25th Reconnaissance Battalion last week. Sergeant First Class Milan Wimmer of Tulsa Okla. (standing on the right) demonstrated the tank equipment to the youngsters and also show­ ed them all weapons and equipment in the recon unit. The visi­ tors all members of the Hamilton Tex. 4-H Club were given rides in the "Bulldog" and Armored Personnel Carrier before hav­ ing dinner with the members of the battalion's "C" Company. (U.S. Army Photo by Boyle) 4th AD Gets Chaplain To Serve North Hood Chaplain (Major) Richard A. Malloy was assigned today to the Fourth Armored Division Artillery at North Fort Hood. Father Malloy is the tenth chap- in to be sent to the division riginally from New York City he entered military service in 1943. He has served a total of 67 months overseas on active duty in the Caribbean Pacific and European Theatres. H...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 June 1955

Pasr Ten MEN'S UNDIES Combed cotton shirts. Sizes 32-40. $ 3 GIFT SHIRTS Choose Dad's gift from our big group of dress shirts! Finest Fruit of Loom brand in newest styles all sizes. White or colors. Special 59c Each YOUR NOME AND GIFT SHOPPING CENTER SPORT SHIRTS Short sleeve cotton. S- M-L. Assorted colors. Gift Priced from PAJAMAS Smart prints short sleeve knee length needs no ironing 2.79 $ Only NYLON S-T-R-E-T-C-H SOCKS Fits every size .. wash easy dry quickly Wear & Wear & Wear *1.39 89 BARBECUERS Father's Day Special *3.95 Furniture MART HOME CENTER 312 8th Street KILLEEN Phone 2251 show him that he's MonderfeS with. GIFTS FROM THE HOME CENTER ICE CHEST 11x16x9 Special *7.98 GIFT AND MAIL WRAPPING FREE THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS 12:58 Sign On ti Program 1:00 Your Own Home 1:15 What's Your Trouble 1:30 Video Vacation 1:45 Bobo the Hobo 2:00 Tales of the West 3:00 Movie Matinee 4:00 Pantomime Party 4:30 Big Picture 5:00 To Be Announced 5:30 World News 5:40 Weat...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 June 1955

Thursday June 16 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Texas Ph. 3-5254 lemple First Nat'l Bidg. TOM CARLILE Attorney at Law RatliXf Building 4th & Ave. Plwne 4.i91 CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorney of Law Wood Building Gray & Ave. Phone 3S81 ANNOUNCEMENT? DINING DANCING. AMUS B-7 THE KILLEEN BASE OFFICERS' OPEN Mess is available for social functions sponsored by units and sections assigned at For 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. k)ST MAN'S BROWN WALLET PER- |.\iri TO APPLY FOR DRIVERS LI- 'CENSE ONLY ITEM OF IMPORTANCE MUST HAVE IT!! James W. Schlotz* hauer 276 No. 6. McNair Village. Ph 39293. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-l 2 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT Private entrance on bus line sec after 6. 613 Mayborn Drive. Phone PR8-268...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 June 1955

Page Twelve } ST. illilis %p- "A? Open Until 9 P. M. 7 Days A Week :¥:::v.. :::S:S:SS:S III 1i|i 7A WA §l#lltl§lli» sis*® FINANCING AVAILABLE WE FINANCE ALL RANKS A^ •.\ IllilP 5 •. THE ARMORED SENTINEL. FORT HOOD TEXAS We Finance BELOW BANK RATES OVERSEAS NEW OFFICERS 1° v"' \v cs?« BELTON. TEXAS AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER NO DOWN PAYMENT WE WILL NOT BE OUT-TRADED OR UNDERSOLD i\%s ....•• .. •. ED CANTRELL MOTOR CO INC FORD IN YOUR GARAGE from ED CANTRELL'S sSi-wSVwx&rawK' r.~ %r--v I 121 North Main Phone 61 t-Vv VS^ \4^K5.A Thursday June 16 1955 iipiiiilililli BIG USED CAR REDUCTION SALE 195$ FORD THUNDERBIRD Black with hard top also white conver­ tible top power steering power brakes power windows power seats Fordoma- tic radio and heater turn indicator white sidewall tires backup lights and fender sheilds. Local owner. Priced at S38M 1952 BUICK Riviera with power steering power win­ dows radio heater and dynaflow. $1195 1953 Chevrolet 211 with radio heater and turn signals $1095...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

VOL. 9 No. 25 Major General Robert Lee How- ze former chief of the Korean Mil­ itary Advisory Group and winner of the Korean Military Merit-Taegu medal from President Syngman Rhee will be the new commander of the First Armored Division. General Howze is expected to ar­ rive at Fort Hood to assume com­ mand of the combat-ready "Old Ironsides" unti sometime in July. On his final visit to the city of Seoul this month he was present­ ed with the key to the city by Mayor Tai Sun Kim. General Howze comes to Fort jod with 30 years military expe- |ence of which over 60 months ave been spent overseas. Before his duty with the Army Forces Far East he served as as­ sistant commandant of the Armor­ ed School at Fort Knox Ky. Upon his arrival in Korea in April 1954 he was first assigned as assistant Division commander of the Third Infantry Division. In August of that year he be­ came commander of the Second Infantry Divisin. When this unit departed for reassignment in the it S at a joined the Ko...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

Page Two III For Corp Thirty A group of thirty Italian Army officers headed by Major General Ludovioc Donati commander of the Centuaro Armored Division were guests of Corps and the two armored divisions based here on Monday and Tuesday. The visiting delegation arrived Sunday evening from Fort Bliss and after breakfast with Major General Thomas L. Harrold ni Corps commander they moved to Fourth Armored Division head­ quarters early Monday where they were greeted by Brig. Gen. John com- W at he iv is mander. Here they inspected an honor guard from the 37th Tank and 553rd Armored Infantry Bns after which they moved to the division APPRECIATION Major General Ludovico Do­ nati Commanding General of the Centauro Division of the Italian army presented to Maj. General Thomas L. Har­ rold III Corps and Fort Hood Commander a statue from the Chief of Staff of the Italian Army during ceremonies held at III Corps Headquarters on Tuesday morning. The statute a replica of a Bersaglieri soldier was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

Thursday June 231955 A warm and enthusiastic crowd both soldier and civilian greeted the Fort Hood Little Theatre's presentation of Sidney Kingsley's smash Broadway hit "Detective Story" as it set a new mark jn Fort Hood entertainment in Thea­ ter Number one last night. An en thusiastic crowd laughed at he THE HIGH AND THE MITE Pvt. Curtis Patterson the tallest counselor at camp moonraker is a big man in his circles but Frank Traina right is a big man too. Frankie is the smallest Moonraker camper and this rep­ utation makes him big. (U.S. Army Photo by Dell) In a major command change for the First Armored Division Col­ onel Loveaire A. Hedges Colum­ bus Ohio officially became Com­ manding Officer of Combat Com­ mand Tuesday at the post pa­ rade field when Division Com­ mander Brigadier General George A. Rehm presented him the CC color banner. A former commanding officer of Reserve Command Colonel Hedges relieves Colonel William A. Sussman Flushing N. Y. who will attend the Army War ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

Page Four I'tiblUhen in the tnterert of the military MI etrfllM persemiH »t Fort Hood. Texax erery Thnmday hy the Temnle Sale* ClrcvUr Ummr Temple Texas. Policies and statements reflects Id the news Md editorial eolanuiii represent flews of the Individual writers and wider ao eireamstmaces are to bt considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements in this pnblleation do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defease af the products or service* advertised. All news matter for publication shonld be sent to the Pablle Information Offiee Armored Sentlael. Fort Hood telephone 35113. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and pa er* are aathorizeo to reprint oon-caprrlrbted AFPS Material wltheat written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy shonld be seat to: ftasiaess Offiee ALICE GORMLEY Th Defense Department has asked Congress to provide read­ justment payments for reserve of­ ficers involuntarily released from active duty. Any reserve ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

Thursday June 23 1955 Jjzdm $JwjupA--yojuJth dctwitieA --$widcu} Sc/wjoJ AROUND THE POST By RUTH ELLIOTT Those from Fort Hood who went to Fort Sam Houston Thursday to the fare well reception for Lt. Gen. and Mrs. I. D. White and Col. and E a N a Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Thomas Har- rold Brig. Gen. and Mrs. George Rehm Brig. Gen. John Waters Lt. Col. and Mrs. D. T. Fogarty Mrs. J. J. Dix Maj. J. R. Burton and Capt. and Mrs. R. V. Heiser. Dress rehearsals for "Detective Story" promised a successful pro­ duction. If you were not a first nighter go tonight to Theater No. 1. Tickets will be on sale at the NCO Wives Have Monthly Luncheon NCO Wives and their guests en­ joyed their monthly luncheon at the NCO club Thursday June 16. Their guest and luncheon speak­ a an prize. Miss Grant an American Red Cross social worker now sta­ tioned at the station hospital gave an interesting talk on volunteer workers and their work at Fort Hood. She talked about Gray La­ dies Staff Aides and the volun­ teers...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

Page Six Atterberry 4th Army Only the lack of depth in each event of the Fourth Army Track meet last Monday and Tuesday prevented the Fort Hood team from taking first place over Fort Sill. Fort Hood wound up second with 8212 points to Fort Sill's (Okla.) 91% but claimed the most out­ standing athlete of the meet in fabulous Willie Atterberry who set records in every event he enter­ ed. Three individual Fourth Army records fell as the result of Atter- berry's assault in the track events and one relay record which found Atterberry coming from behind to win for the Hood team. The slim First Armored Division athlete set his first record in the preliminaries of the 880 yard dash with a time of 1:56.04 breaking the old record of 1:58.2. Not content it is A be a broke his hours old record in the 880 dash finals with a 1:54.2 which was exactly four seconds faster than the original old record. In the 440 yard dash Atterberry set a new record of 47.9 seconds toppling the old record of 48.2. J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

Thursday June 23 1955 Score 3-2 Victory •Infantry Nine Downs Tankers The First Armored Division In­ fantry nine opened the Fort Hood Command Level softball tourna­ ment Monday night with a 3-2 vic­ tory over the First Armored Di­ vision Tankers. This game was the first in the double round robin tournament which will conclude August 1. Six teams three each from the First and Fourth Armored Divisions make up the roster for the event. Games will be played Mondays through Fridays at 1800 at Liese Field. Also entered from the First Ar­ mored iv is is the Artillery nine. Coached by Captain Sokolow- ski of Division Artillery the team is composed of players from the 27th AFA 91st AFA 68th AFA 73rd AFA 2nd AAA 16th AEB and 1st T&S. The Infantry squad is coached by First Lieutenant Motsenbocker of the 25th AIB. Team members are from the 25th AIB 634th AIB 701st AIB 702nd AIB 1st Support ^th AD Tennis Underway As 62 Players Compete Play began this week in the Fourth Armored Division tennis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

Page Eight Herculean Task Completed A Herculen atask was accom­ plished recently by personnel of the fourth platoon of "C" Company in the 16th Armored Engineer Bat­ talion of the First Armored Divi­ sion. When word was received of Ma­ jor General William S. Biddle's de­ parture as division commander the 16th AEB's project of complet­ ing a monument to commemorate the division's participation in the Second World War was only one- third finished. Working feverishly both night and day for more than a month the workers did what once looked im­ possible. The monument was ready May 27 the day General Biddle left Fort Hood. Paper plans and sketches were started early this year on the project but no actual completion date had been set. That is until word was "eceived that General Biddle was leaving. Sergeant Gerald D. Peek of Mo­ desto Cal. modified the plans and built the steel mold into which concrete was poured to the speci­ fied measurements. Private Wil­ liam A. Kennelley of Los Angele...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

Thursday June 23 1955 S CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER ANDREW STUMPF (right) di- rector of the Fourth Armored Division Band since the reactiva­ tion of the division last year turns over his baton to Master Ser- geant Emmett Durhram first sergeant of the unit short before his departure today for an assignment in Panama. Since its estab- lishment last year the band has been well received by both mili- tary and civilian audiences in the Central Texas area offering a wide range of musical concerts and specialties. (U.S. Army Photo by Welsh) $ CHAPLAIN 1ST. L.T. ROBERT D. WILSON (on Pulpit) 101 West William Street Breckenridge Texas conducts the first Protest- ant services for the congregation of Army ROTC Summer Camp students at Fort Hood's Battalion West Ave. Chapel. Attending the services were Brigadier General and Mrs. Vonna F. Burger who are leaving Fort Hood for assignment in the Far East. 1st AD Sergeant Named "TopPop' "God bless my Daddy and keep him for me." With these words a two-year-o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

Page Ten SHOW ROOM IN TEMPLE ON BELTON HIGHWAY LET US MAKE YOU AN OFFER ON YOUR NEXT CAR OPEN DAILY IN KILLEEN YOUNG MOTOR 00. AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER WE FINANCE ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL CARS PRICED FROM HIGHWAY 190 'J"' W*/* THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS BEST CAR BUYS IN TEXAS V' WE SELL ALL MAKES AMD MODELS NEW 1955 FORDS and CHEVROLETS $14950° SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 30 MONTHS TO PAY IRA YOUNG LARGEST CAR DEALER IN CENTRAL TEXAS AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH DEALER 4y s50°° I 1 a'vrMfr to $6000°° WE'LL MAKE YOU A BETTER PRICE ON ANY MAKE CAR IN KILLEEN IRA YOUNG AUTO AGENCY OVERSEAS FINANCING AVAILABLE Thursday June 23 1955 OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. EVERY NIGHT HIGHWAY 190 KILLEEH OPEN

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

Thursday June 23 1955 Wi- js* Airborne Sgt. Wins HS Diploma In 18 Weeks FORT CAMPBELL Ky. (AFPS —It took just 18 weeks for SFC O. V. Guthrie of the 11th Airborne Di­ vision here to make up six years of schooling. The 24-year-old sergeant had M|ly finished the sixth grade when W& joined the Army in 1948. But when he was assigned here he de­ cided to take advantage of the Army education courses. Today he has a certificate from the Army stating that he has received the equivalent of a high school edu­ cation. The famed inventor Thomas A. Edison was the first man ever to hear his own voice reproduced except as an echo. Change To-- THE MOONRAKER TRIBE—Ninety seven young braves are attending the two weeks summer ses­ sion at Camp Moonraker. Under the watchful eyes of their counselors (standing) the boys learn the art of leathercraft swimming fencing and many other useful things. (U.S. Army Photo by Dell.) Army To Promote 117250 EM In June WASHINGTON (AFPS) The Army has allocated 11725...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

Page Twelve About 34 percent of the specta­ cles worn in the United States are bifocals or trifocals. v v3tf :i The next total eclipse of the sun which will be visible in the United States will take place Oct. 2 1959 GREAT SAVINGS On Your Optical PRESCRIPTIONS OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION SERVICE EENT BLDG. STATION HOSP. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 9:00 TO 4:00 YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER ... 225 701 S. Key PACKARD STUDEBAKER IN -LAMPASAS- When you need a new automobile think of either Packard or Studebaker. Both are tops in their price field. When you need a car-new or used think of HIGHWAY GARAGE 24 HQUR WRECKER STUDEBAKER PACKARD SALES AND SERVICE Og LAMPASAS & TOWING SERVICE .S.2" "Let us show you how easy it is to drive a Chrysler owners know it and we'd like you to know it— Chrysler is winning performance honors hands down! Come prove it to yourself by taking the "100-Million-Dollar Ride!" It's a driving thrill that no other ear can give you with America's finest family of V-8 engines to cho...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

Thursday June 23 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Temple. Texas First Nat'l Bide. Ph. 3-5254 TOM CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratliff Building 4th Phone 4591 Ave. CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorneys at 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. JlUST HAVE IT!! James W. Schlotz- Tiauer. 276 No. 6. McNair Village. Ph. 39293. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-1 2 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT Private entrance on bus line see after 6. 613 Mayborn Drive. Phone ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

Pp^e Fourteen NEW OFFICERS NO DOWN PAYMENT USED CARS 1955 FORD Tudor Fairlane demonstrator. Fully equip­ ped with new car guarantee. 1954 FORD /-8. One 200 V-8. One owner down 1954 FORD One owner. '55.00 month 1953 FORD Fordor with radio heater and overdrive. Two tone paint one owner very clean. *995 1953 CHEVROLET 210 like new. '1095 1952 BUICK Riviera with radio heater power steer* ing and dynaflow. 1195 Open Until 9 P. M. 7 Days A Week THE SPOTLIGHT 5 \*V rii .-.VM -f I *y$y AV •ww^x* •s V*. //. vvSv ir .a xi ... -x- ffr-.-r-'W f/y $ v^v X'/ ./ A A 6 &'•& & WW WE FINANCE THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS BELOW BANK RATES •.vjVJ. .v J* BELTON. TEXAS AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER IS ON nil'N And The BEST PLACE To Buy Is ED CANTRELL'S v* »vyi/V N-A\W JO •* FINANCE ALL RANKS ED CANTRELL MOTOR CO. IMG v«-.n I V: W' v$:^ v\V»X BELTON iH :&? A 121 North Main Phone 61 Vox -rfx AY's yt tr sV «K N vvVN Thursday June 23 1955 OVERSEAS FINANCING AVAILABLE KILLEEN HIGNWAY AT THE CI...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

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