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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

ft SINCE WHEN/ THE IS THIS /sd LAST FEW mm mmM MINUTES. --ANP 6ET THIS THROU6H YOUR HEAP JONES I'M OOINO TO PO IT ONE OF THESE PAYS/ I I I 1' by AL CAPP BEFORE I -CHOCKLE.'- BACK UP WHAT'S VOUR LAST REQUEST FOSDICK? Si i1'* TRV NOT TO WRINKLE MV NEW SUIT rr "V ISfSfeiltl LET'S HAVE A LOOK. MAYBE I CAN SEE IF SOMETHING'S WRONG WITH IT. THAT JET JORPAN THINKS HE'S HOT STUFF. HE'S ALWAYS L«w R' 1 1 11 il» '.WIN HEY PHINEAS YOU FINISH THAT LETTER YET? TALK/NO ABOUT FLYING TO THE MOON. if •!!!IS WELL JUST IN CASE I DO-HERE'S Z9 CENTS FORTH' DAMAGED E [TF- «FS^ Ui wrnimm YEAH CROCK BUT MAYBE YOU BETTER GO AHEAP WITHOUT THE TONGUE LOOKS OKAY PHINEAS BUT WHY THE STAMP ON IT* S WELL HE'S THE BOY WHO WHAT? FLY TO THE MOON? 'V 29 CENTS'! JUST ENOUGH FOR A BOTTLE OF WILDROOT CREAM-OIL.?1 •ftlffriSJ WHAT'S THE I MUST MATTER -/BE (SETTING NOW? f* SICK. MY ^r--f TONGUE FEELS ..•/u'aTY PECULIAR. KEEPS HAIR NEAT AND NATURAL//1 REMOVES LOOSE DANDRUFF. 1 HO---TAUC ABOUT IT/ GET WILDROOT CREAM-OIL. CHA...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

*Vtf*W v»r~r- WHAT I JUST CANT STILL ^yPUT POWN THIS REAPING CO?V OF THE BOB? BLACK KNIGHTS OP WEST POINT. TERRIFIC if* 4 STAND LOUD NOlStS N— oKAY BUT THAT'S WHAT YOU SAIP LAST WEEK WHEN YOU WERE REAPIN6 IMPACT CaAtcrcn "E.' by ««W ^''msmAMmm PETE THIS PACKAGE 16 FOR THE COLONEL. TAKE IT OVER. I KNOW. THESE ARE THE TWO BEST BOOKS I'VE COME ACROSS IN A6ES. POIT BAR Bt RS im"t" ^/T •»"".! 4 J)®! WmTr MUSftS 1TBR10II 5 DOLLARS «Ht 68 PAID FOB EACH OP THB BEST CARTOOIS SOEHITTSD BT SEKVIC CBMBM EViaii I33US. SORKT EOT HO MATERIAL CAM BPS RETURNED UILESS ACCOMFAHIED BT A STAVFED SELF-ADDRESSED EXVELOPE. SEND TOUR BRAINSTOIPS TO ASHED FORCES FEATURES. EAST 44th STREET YORK CITT K.T. ON THE WAY THERE YOU HAVE TO PASS THE RECREATION HALL ANP NOT YES EH TUB6~k*y»i vies*- POlKt 0' UNTIL YOU SHAVE A-B-H-H# WELL MAKE SURE YOU a FOR REAL READW6 PLEASURE tg JAMBS 5. EPSON *5.50 THE ONLY COMPLETE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OP ARMY FOOTBALL TEAMS EVER COMPILED. THE STORY OF EACH GAME PLAYED FROM M90 TO \...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 June 1955

TWO YEARS LATER SHE WON TWO NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS' MOST APT PUPIL I EVER COACHED.' WE NEED HER IN OUR ICE CAPADES SHOW' ccu Company Winston-Salem North Carolina mmw make Y*3 THE 3C7-DAY CAMEL MILDNESS TEST- SEE HOW WELL CAMELS AGREE WITH YOU/ ..yr..::..::..*P.....:.-..: .. ...V.-. ^. ... young -"QoNNA atwood FIRST PUT ON SKATES WHEN SHE WAS 13 WHEE THIS IS FUN/ V.-^:*YvAV4V THE GIRL'S ANATURAL/ DONNA ATWOOD TODAY AFTER 13 YEARS OF DAZZLING STARDOM IN THE ICE CAPADES IS INDISPUTABLY AMERICA'S QUEEN OF THE ICE! IM GLAD SHE STAYED nw WITH HER ISNT SHE N SKATING/ BEAUTIFUL? ^cv /770Ae /?we pleasure. nave a NO OTHER CIGARETTE IS SO RICH-TASTING YET SO MILD! ONLY THREE MONTHS LATER DONNA WON THE PACIFIC COAST NOVICE CHAMPIONSHIP! THIS KIP MUST VE BEEN BORN ON SKATES/ mm NOT SHE IN 3 MONTHS SHE'S LEARNED WHAT TAKES OTHERS to years SHES STAVING WITH CAMELS TOO: -j-^y CAMELS' MILDNESS AND FLAVOR YOURSELF SEE WHAT YOUVE BEEN MISSING! I STARTED SMOKING CAMELS NINE YEARS AGO... FOUND CAMELS DE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 June 1955

VOL. 9 No. 26 A group that wrote history dur­ ing World War II was re-united June 23-25 and heard reports on how the modern Fourth Amored Division is carrying on the tradi­ tions and reputation of the original unit. Telling the assembled members of the Fourth Armored Division Association that "present-day members-of the organization lean on the record that you made dur­ ing World War II" Brig. Gen John K. Wale s present Fourth AD commanding general recalled that jie unit played a key role in three the most memorable times of his life. "The first" General Waters said "was when the Fourth lib­ erated me from a prisoner-of-war camp the second was receiving the colors at the reactivation of the division and the last is being able to be with you here in Bos­ ton." General Waters and a contingent of Fourth Armored Division per­ sonnel representing the present a iv is on re at in convention as guests of the asso­ ciation. Giving the association a glimpse of what goes into the making of an ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 June 1955

Page Two Operations of the Fort Hood ROTC Camp immediately shifted into high gear last week when approximately 1200 blue-helmeted university military science stu­ dents answered the 5:30 a. m. "reveille" call. The planning and Sergeant Fred L. Jennings of Fries Va. a member of the Fourth Armored's 512th Armored Infantry Battalion received the award from Brig. Gen. Ernest V. Holmes acting division comman­ der at a review of Combat Com­ mand "B." During a counterattack on Pork Chop Hill near Sokkagae Korea on July 8 1953 Sergeant Jen­ nings (the corporal a member of the 17th Infantry Seventh Infan­ try Division led his section dur­ ing intense artillery mortar and small arms fire to better direct supporting fire on the enemy. He then ordered his men to with­ draw and find a suitable location in which to set up their machine gun. Assuming the role of gunner he gave supporting fire to with- Shivers (Continued from Page 1.) military and civilian guests. After many handshakes and salutati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 June 1955

Thursday June 30 1955 Reenlists In 4tli AD 30 Year Vet Back For More Soldiers with fifteen or twenty years Army service are still "re­ cruits" according to Sergeant First Class Alexander Wright who this week is starting another tliree- SERGEANT FIRST CLASS AL­ EXANDER WRIGHT veteran of more than thirty years Army service last week signed up for another three-year "hitch" at the III Corps Recruiting Office here. Assigned to "B" Company of the 126th Armored Ordnance Bn Fourth Armored Division he said he would "do the same thing: again" if he had it to do over. (U.S. Army Photo by Van Loo) Four 1st AD Officers Win Silver Bars Four First Armored Division second lieutenants have been pro­ moted Brigadier General George A. Rehm Division commander an­ nounced today. Receiving the silver bar of 1st Lt. is 2nd Lt. Richard O. Dickin­ son of Buffalo N. Y. the officer- in-charge of boxing and a for­ ward observer in the 27th Arm­ ored Field Artillery Battalion. Three officers from the 123rd Mai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 June 1955

Page Four TOWNSEND FIELD AJLICE GORML.EY X£l Kast 42nd Street i'nbllgheo in the lntere§i at the military iuia drill iwi pernMinel ait Fort Hood. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Campaay. Temple. Texas. Policies and statement rcflecte. In the news and editorial columns represent rievrs of the Individual writers and nnder nc circumstances arc to ke coatldered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication da not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products ot 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 pa iers arc authorlxed to reprint non-copyrichted AFPS materia) without written pormiss on from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Easiness Office P.O. Box 41*. Temple Texsa. Subscription off post. $3-00 pej year: $1.00 for three months. DHitrlknt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 June 1955

Thursday June 30 1955 WEDDIN' CAKE AND ALL! Private First Class John A. Nolan and his bride the former Renee West both of Indianapolis flash happy smiles at their wedding breakfast in Killeen last week. Be­ cause PFC Nolan 2nd AAA First Armored Division did not have sufficient leave-time the couple were married here instead of In­ diana as was planned. Chaplain (First Lieutenant) Henry C. Hons- berger of the 162nd Street Chapel performed the ceremony which was attended by the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank West. Private Dick Steele 141st Signal Battalion photographed the wed­ ding and the breakfast so the groom's parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Nolan and Fence's grandmother Mrs. Cecilia O'Neil of Terre Haute can "relive" through pictures the event they were forced to miss because of illness. (U.S. Army Photo by Steele) A CUB SCOUT FROM TEMPLE receives a boost up on an M- 48 tank from Corporal Carl C. Herrold of the First Armored Di­ vision's 100th Tank Battalion during their visi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 June 1955

Page Six Sweeping six of 11 first places the First Armored Division yester­ day captured the Fort Hood Swim­ ming Championship. Final totals showed the division ahead with 132 points followed by the Fourth Armored Division with 87 and Third Corps with 45. John Murray of the 508th Tank- el's Fourth Armored Division set a new Fourth Army mark in the 400-yard individual relay. Murray's 5:59.1 easily broke the existing record of 6:28.8. Second and third placers in this event also broke the old mark. William Warner of the 91st AFA First Armored Division placed with a 6:22.5 mark while Holby First Armored Division registered a time of 6:26.1. First Ai'mored Division swim­ mer Bob Clopper of the 141st Signal Battalion tied the Fourth Army mark of 1:04.1 in the 100 meter freestyle. In this race Clop per who personally accounted for more than 20 points was pitted against Don Yahn ace of the Fourth Armored Division team Yahn winners of two events himself led for approximately 80 yards but los...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 June 1955

Thursday June 30 1955 The Rampageing Fort Hood Tankers won five ball games this past week. Included were two ISRAC league victories over Gary Air Force Base. The two league wins virtually assured the Tank­ ers a play off birth with B.A.M.C The Tankers started the week defeating a good 195 AA Bn from N or 1 0 to 2 he a big guns were held to only six hits but sandwiched them in be­ tween walks and errors to make ten runs. Whity Johnson was the leading batter with two hits in­ cluding a triple. Early and Dit- tjphoffer combined to hold the visitors to five hits four of which came in one inning and two runs. The Gary AFB proved to be a much more worthy opponent the next night as they held the Tank­ ers to a 3 to 2 win. This was probably the best game played on Red Lindsey Field this year. The Tankers managed 9 hits off Bill Tootle a A A pitcher from Syracuse but some sloppy base running kept the score down. .Craemer held the flyers to a six Basilio New Welter King Saw Action With Marine...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 June 1955

Page Eight Two colonels who helped guide the Fourth Armored Division through its first year of reactiva­ tion were honored for their "out­ standing contributions" to the di­ vision at a farewell luncheon to­ day. Colonel Frederic W. Boye com­ General Burger will leave in July for Okinawa where he will be assigned to the Ryukyus com­ mand. The entire division artillery com­ mand plus the 100th Tank Batta­ lion and the 701st Armored In­ fantry Battalion two branches of "Old Ironsides" infantrymen and tankers listened as General Bur­ ger expressed his sincere appre- Legal Action Likely For U.S. Turncoats WASHINGTON (AFPS)— Twen­ ty-one ex-servicemen who refused repatriation after being held pris­ oners by the Communists during the korean War will be allowed to return to the U. S. if they wish. But a White House announce­ ment said they would be subject to the laws of the U. S. includ­ ing the Uniform Code of Military Justice for any wrong-doing. The Chinese Communist radio has announce...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 June 1955

Thursday June 30 1955 YOU'D HAVE A CONFIDENT SMILE TOO if you had been cre­ dited with "expert" for every weapon you'd fired. Sergeant First Class Dan L. Hernandez (left) 25 of Shreveport La. and Cor­ poral Billy M. Brent 20 of Hidelberg Miss. both from Headquar­ ters and Service Company of the First Armored Division's 4th Tank Battalion display their ladders and medals. The two men will be demonstrators the 30th of June and the 1st of July at the transition firing range firing the 30 calibre machine gun one of the many weapons they handle and fire expertly. (UJS. Army Photo by Modlinsky) 4th Tank Bn. Has Pair Of Experts Two "crack shots" who might shame Crockett are with the Headquarters and Service Com­ pany of the First Armored Di­ vision's 4th Tank Battalion. The scores read "expert" on every­ thing from a 45 calibre pistol to a 90 millimeter cannon. SFC Dan Hernandez 25 eight years a soldier and Cpl. Billy Brent 20 who has been in the Army since 1953. according to the records c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 June 1955

Page Ten The Department of the Army announced today that its new emergency reinforcement plan whereby officer and enlisted per­ sonnel released from active duty witU eight-year obligations are designated ."or specific assign­ Hurry Bug Can Be Dangerous On Highways He contrasted the Hurry Bug's irresponsible conduct with the wise behavior of the motorist who drives at a speed that's safe for conditions—conditions of weather traffic road his car and his own physical and mental state. Reduced visibility slippery or rough roads heavy traffic fatigue or worry are all warnings to slow down he said. The Hurry Bug ig­ nores them but the intelligent driver heeds them. "The Hurry Bug too often hur­ ries himself into the hospital or inlo eternity" the Captain stated. "Slow Down and Live!" Sergeant Gibson Lauded For Aid To 553rd AIB Army's Reinforcement Plan Goes Into Effect On July 1 slow "Don't be a Hurry Bug down and live!" This advice was given today by Capt. R. R. Baughman Division safety ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 June 1955

Thursday June 30 1955 Thirty- three members of the 1952 U. S. Olympic team com­ peted in the National AAU track field championships June 24- at Boulder Colo. I06.N.MAIN 1953 MERCURY Four door sedan with radio heater and overdrive. Good tires and air conditioned. Good light green paint. A wonderful buy for summer and winter. $ 1695 1947 PONTIAC Two door sedan. Light green. A good car with a lot of cheap transportation left. $150 The Air Force Resrve had 23 combat wings 2 air depot wings and 50 major Air Reserve cen­ ters in operation by the end of FY 1954. SHOP IN AIR- CONDITIONED COMFORT FOUR FLOORS OF FURNITURE Elevator service to all four floors Take your choice from our complete stock of famous brands SHOP AT HOME AHD SAVE FURNITURE- Safe TEMPLETEXAS 1951 CHEVROLET Two door Styline special with radio heater sun visor and 43000 actual miles. $595 1950 PONTIAC Two door Chieftain 8. Radio heater and hydromatic. Color medium blue. $395 MASTER SERGEANT GENE C. LEWIS Headquarters Servi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 June 1955

Page Twelve aft £v\ W V'T'V 7.: "v .-5^ NEW 1955 FORD V8 Victoria coupe radio heater Fordomatic white wall tires extras NEW 1955 PONTIAC 2485. Y8 radio heater Hydramatic white wall tires 1955 CHEVROLET '1995. V8 4 door radio heater overdrive 1954 OLDSMOBILE "98" 4 door sedan radio heater Hy­ dramatic white wall tires EZI glass windshield washers directional signals back Hp lights power steering power brakes new plastic seat covers one owner very clean. $2385. 1953 OLDSMOBILE "98's" 4 door sedans all equipment dramatic EZI glass power seat pow­ er windows power steering power brakes white walj tires wire wheels all accessories. Local one owner only 18000 miles looks like new. "9'8's" 4 door sedans all equipment extra clean one owner new car trade ins. Each 1953 PLYMOUTH 4 door sedan radio heater white wall tires extra dean SI985 2 1951 OLDSMOBILES 5895 1954 CHEVROLET 4 door station wagon radio heat­ er new tires very clean. '1095. 1953 PLYMOUTH '875. 4 door radio heater new teat cove...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 June 1955

Thursday June 30 1955 By BILL WOODMAN On a cold windy night during Operation Blue Bolt last Febru­ ary a lonely guard stood on the crest of a hill. He had explicit orders to stop any vehicle with­ out the proper flag on the front. A flagless jeep approached the guard ordered "Halt! Who is there?" Lieutenant Colonel John A. Wil­ liams repMed to the challenge and added "The First Armored Di­ vision's I.G." This completely un­ nerved the guard who replied "I'm not supposed to let anyone pass without a flag sir but I.G.'s —you won't find me stopping them!" This occasional misconception on the part of some Fort Hood sold­ iers always amuses Colonel Wil­ liams who hails from Glens Falls N. Y. Certainly the Inspector Gen­ eral is hardly a figure to be re­ garded with dread. Rather he is one persons who tries to see that gst Armcl. Inspector General Insures Fair Soldier Treatment the serviceman gets completely fair if strict treatment. He and his office staff of four carry the king-size loa...

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