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

Page Two -. -5 I Five EM Lawyers In III Corps JAG Five enlisted lawyers help make member of the Pennsylvania Bar the HI Corps Judge Advocate Gen­ eral Section one of the best in the U. S. Army. All of the enlisted men in the section are university law school graduates. Section Chief SP1 Howard Fisher a WW II veteran holds a law degree from the University rf Nebraska and is a member of the Nebraska Bar. Between WW II and' Korea Fisher practiced law in his hometown Ogallala Nebr. In addition to regular section- chief duties Fisher assists in giv­ ing legal advice to both soldiers and dependents. He has aided many III Corps soldiers and their wives in naturalization problems in which he specializes. Approximately 300 cases of legal assistance are handled each month by the III Corps JA Section under Col. Thomas J. Henderson Staff Judge Advocate. The Colonel a graduate of Pitt Law School and a 1st Armored (Continued from Page 1) man resistance in North Africa had ceased. But the war was ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 July 1955

vw* j. Thursday July 14 1955 By BOB HEID His opponent weighs 1400 pounds. Some folks call it a mas­ sacre but he dubs it a sport. "Sure it's a sport" drawls the First Armored Division's one man rodeo. "And it's good clean fun for the soldier in his spare time." He's 27-year old Master Sergeant Army JAG's Son IsAtROTCCamp ROTC student Thurlow W. H. Caffey son of the Army's Judge Advocate General is answering reveille call these days anywhere from 2:45 to 5:30 a.m. along with about 150 other students of Com­ pany of Fort Hood's ROTC Camp according to his company commander Lt. Col. T. W. Shal- lington assistant PMS&T at Okla­ homa University. The military science student is one of nine children in the Caffey family which includes five sons and four daughters and is major­ ing in engineering at New Mexico A&M. The U. S. Army's first bayonet fencing manual was published in 1852 and written by Captain George McClellan who later be­ came famed as a Civil War gen­ eral. 2 W„MAIL Nam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 July 1955

Page Four $ TOWNSEN'D FIELD ALICE GORMLEY •artij b'oci a*)Y\€\ Tuoiislieo in th« interest of the military ano ctrlltan personnel at F*rt Hood Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple/ Texas. Policies and utatemonib reflected ID the news and editorial columns represent riews of the Individual writers and under nr circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements in this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Deoartmeni of Defend of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication shouM bt sent to the Public Information Office. Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 35113. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and payer* arc authorized to reprint ••n-copyrirhted. AFPS materia) without written pi»rmis on from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: business Office* P.O. Box 419 Temple Texas. Subscription oft post ga 00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 July 1955

t.^4 S'"s*JS Girl Scout Exec. Board Meets The Girl Scout Executive Board met Thursday July 7 at the Girl Scout House. At that time they elected new officers for the com­ ing year. They are Mrs. J. R. Dwyer president Mrs. Norman Weir vice pres. Mrs. Sidney Ben­ nett sec.-treas. Mrs. Frank Redd program chairman Lt. Col. C. O. Lonseth camp chairman Mrs. Willard Muir publicity chairman and Mrs. Paul Johnson Senior Ad­ visor. Mrs. Thomas Harrold is the honorary president. Mrs. H. L. Fenn Mrs. E. T. Auzat and Mrs. C. W. Hallman are troop consult­ ants. The chairmanship for organiza­ tion training and nominating were not filled. There is a need for more women to fill these chair­ man ship spaces as well as for leaders and assistant leaders. In order to make a Scout program serve its members well the coun­ cil and the leaders should be or­ ganized and ready to go with the opening of school. Any lady con­ nected with Ft. Hood who would like to help the .Girl Scouts this coming year please co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 July 1955

Page Six Ft DANNY WILSON SPORTS Parade By Emilio Carmona Danny Wilson a solid framed featherweight from Senath Mo. has set his eyes on Salt Lake City Utah as his future residence smoke filled arenas as his place of business and the world featherweight championship as his ultimate goal. This 20-year-old bundle of punching promise with one professional victory tucked under his belt is ready to continue a boxing caresr which he hopes will bring the State of Utah its first world boxing championship. Adherent to the philosophy that a long amateur career relieves a fighter of a great deal of his potential Wilson has assumed a profes­ sional ring status after a short but sparkling amateur record. His list includes 29 bouts of which he has won 24 while losing five. The record shows 18 victories by knockouts with all losses coming on de­ cisions. His most recent was a close setback at the hands of 4th Army lightweight champ Bob Johnson in the finals of the Fort Hood Elimina­ tion Boxing Tour...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 July 1955

Thursday July 14 1955 Fisher Retains IWMd'e Title By MYRON D. HENRY Marion Corn of the 1st Tank Bn captured the post welterweight championship Sunday night with a knockout victory over Wilfred Pickett 1st T-S Bn 1st AD in 1:45 of the second l-ound. Under sponsorship of the 1st Ar­ mored. the program also saw Ed­ ward Fisher 51st AIB 4th Armd Div retain his middleweight title against Herman Carroll of 1st T-S Bn. Fisher was given the nod by unanimous decision. Two other championship bouts scheduled for Sunday were can­ celled. Artis Ware 1st Tank Bn is the new light-welterweight cham­ pion as former titleholder Vincent Williams scheduled to meet Ware Sunday has been transferred from •ciort Hood. ^^Raymond Maisch 1st .T-S was named flyweight champion when Walter Kinoshita 16th AEB failed to make the weight. Kinoshita is the post bantamweight king. Corn's victory filled the welter­ weight vacancy caused by the dis­ charge of Charles Taylor. Solid Right to the Jaw First Tank Bn fighter ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 July 1955

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 July 1955

'01«# Thursday July 14 1955 Another new product company has unveiled SPORT "Jsrew '('•fc'jrwf yysrfl i« rl CONGRATULATIONS ARE IN ORDER and Lieutenant Colonel Robert O. Van Home (right) commander of the First Armored Division's Second Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion does the honors in commending three men from Headquarters Battery of his bat- ROTC COMPANY "E" WINS TOP HONORS. Company "E" of Fort Hood's ROTC Camp was selected "Best Company" for the first week of the six weeks encampment by compiling the most points in the mess barracks and area inspections which are con­ ducted daily. Col. E. F. Thelen Senior Tactical Officer and ROTC Battalion commander (left) is shown presenting the plaque for the Best Mess to "Easy's" student company commander John L. Lanier (center) Louisiana State University Distinguished Military Student designate from Baton Rouge La. while cadre first-ser- geant M/Sgt. Harlow D. Hibner (right) from the University of Texas looks on. Lt. Col. Ralph A. Tolve al...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 July 1955

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 July 1955

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 July 1955

Pace Twelve Key Note To Safety MORGANTOWN N. C. (AFPS) —A safety slogan contest was held here recently. The slogan that es­ pecially caught the attention of the judges read: "Don't give your wife the car keys." TffAtifit# «ttue? h) a B§IEt Maj. Ledden Is Promoted Maj. John W. Ledden Jr. S-3 53d Sig Bn was promoted here this week from the grade of Capt. to Major. The new Major lives with his wife and three year old son in Walker Village at' 419 Waskow drive. 404 North Gray Phone 5731 tZuojUtiu Cose you are assured of the finest selection of top grain leathers matched with the flawless design and craftsmanship long associated with the best. For dependable service and satisfaction use BuFlt^ In Deep Buff Cowhide from $10.12 In Top Grain Cowhide from $22.00 Tax Indd. CASTER PRINTING CO. Prompt Efficient and Accurate Service On All Your Optical Needs OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION SERVICE EENT BLDG. STATION HOSP. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 9:00 TO 4:00 Confessions: 162nd Street Chapel L62nd Street Chap...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 July 1955

Thursday July 14 1955 LEGALS teqql Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1361 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Lemple Texas First Nat'l Bidg. Ph. 3-5254 TOM CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratliff Building S-321. 4th & Ave. Phone 4o91 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 bv calling the mess secretary. Phone LOST & FOUND B-8 LOST MAN'S BROWN WALLET PER Mil TO APPLY FOR DRIVERS CENSE ONLY ITEM OF IMPORTANCE MUST HAVE fT!! James YV Schlotz hauer 276 No. 6. McNair Village. Ph 39293. RENTALS kPARYMENl'S FURNISHED C-l APARTMENT FURNISHED New Austin Stone three loom private bath air conditioned. Nicely furnished plenty of closet spacc. Car Port. Dugger & Mutual Real Estate Phone 3221. 2 ROOM ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 July 1955

f* IS. '1 i'atie Fourteen The colonel is assigned as assist­ ant Sr. Tactical Officer of the camp. He was formerly CO of com­ pany E of the ROTC camp. Col. Tolve has been highly deco­ ill V' 1 '%*. r' J'V- MEMBERS Of THE COPPERAS COVE CHAMBER OF COM­ MERCE watch a parachute demonstration by Mrs. Mildred Rivers Forman of the 4th Army Parachute shop during a recent wivit to Fort Hood. They were guests of the 520th Military Police Bat­ talion and after being welcomed by Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Har- rold HI Corps and Fort Hood Commanding general they went for a tour of the post and were treated to rides in tanks and ar­ mored personnel carriers. (U.S. Army Photo by Von Ludick) Colonel Tolve Gets Eagles FORT HOOD Texas July 12— Colonel Ralph Tolve Atlanta Ga. deputy PMS&T and Military Police Corps Branch Senior instructor at the University of Texas Saturday received his eagles and promotion to full colonel in the Regular Army. The promotion is effective -.July 1. ri *. fi'i BELTON CHAMBE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 July 1955

I VOL. 9 No. 29 V* I Command and staff personnel of Headquarters III Corps and sup­ porting units and Headquarters 1st and 4th Armored Divisions will re­ turn to the post today from Cal­ The Fort Hood Exchange Service wil join Army and Air Force Ex­ changes all over the world in ob­ serving the 60th anniversary of the Post Exchange System on Monday July 25. Ceremonies will begin Monday morning when free coffee and doughnuts will be served at the main cafeteria from 6 to 9 a.m. A cake-cutting ceremony will be held at 11:30 a.m. at the main cafeteria and Maj. Gen. Thomas Harrold HE Corps and Fort |ood commanding general is ex jcted to attend. Ten-year pins ""will will be presented to three em ployes at 1 p.m. in the main of­ fice. A special deluxe steak dinner will be served at the main cafeteria from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the same day. Customers visiting the main store on Monday will shop to provided by a band brought in for the occasion and all the ladies em ployed by the PX will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 July 1955

Page Two ROTC Will Move To. Field Monday The FORT HOOD ROTC Camp regiment composed of three bat­ talions Monday will move to the field "lock stock and barrel" to conduct a three-day field ex­ ercise under simulated battle con ditions Col. Alston Grimes dep uty camp commander announced today. The three days and nights in the field will be a fitting climax to the students' six weeks of rugged intensive training according to Lt. Col. Clayton C. Craig Camp Tactics Committee chief in charge of the final week's train ing! Colonel Craig is assistant PMS&T at Oklahoma A&M College. "The field exercise consists of four phases" the Colonel said. Phase one will be Monday's foot march from camp to the vicin­ ity of Anderson Mountain where the students will be required to set up a defensive position es­ tablish outposts and apply secur­ ity measures. Phases 2 and 3 will occur in the vicinity of Cowhouse Creek and involve an attack by an Aggres­ sor Force comprising units of the 634th Armo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 July 1955

Thursday July 21 1955 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Hunt Bingo Thursday 21 July Theatre No. 1—Special Delivery Joseph Cotton Eva Bartok Theatre No. 2—Court Martial David Niven Margaret Leighton Theatre No. 3—Female on the Beach Jeff Chandler Joan Crawford Theatre No. 4—Drum Beat Alan Ladd 162nd St. Service Club—Talent Scout Musical Baseball Academic Drive—Talent Scout Auditions Dance Class Brigade Ave.—Skit "This is my Country" North Fort Hood—Music Hour Mask Wig and Horn Friday 22 July Theatre No. 1—The Advantures of Sadie Joan Collins Theatre No. 2—Drum Beat Alan Ladd Theatre No. 3—Female on the Beach Jeff Chandler Joan Crawford Theatre No. 4—Bring Your Smile Along Frankie Lane 162nd St. Service Club—Request Hour Dance—Austin USO Academic Drive—Bathing Beauty Dance Brigade Ave.—1st AD Org Day Indian Pow Wow Dance—Austin North Fort Hood—Disc Spin Variety Show Saturday 23 July eatre No. 1—Female on the Beach Jeff Chandler Joan Crawford heatre No. 2—Drum Beat Alan Ladd Theatre No. 3—Court M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 July 1955

Page Four AXICE GORMLEY 122 East 42nd Street l'nhlishea in thr Interest »f the military aaa clrtllM personnel »t Fort Hood. T»»i. every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company Temple Texas. Policies and •tatemrarb rcflecte« In the news and editorial columns represent riews of the individual writers and imder no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this pnblieation do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products or 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 papers are authorized to reprint non-copyrichted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be seat to: Easiness Office P.O. Bos 41fl Temple. Texas. Subscription off post. $3-00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post. free. All pi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 July 1955

Thursday July 21 1955 JXUUM $hojupA--yjDirth /jrtiniHoA-Sunday School AROUND THE POST By Ruth Elliott I missed the fire power dem­ onstration. We were vacationing in Galveston.. But I heard it was worth seeing. Martha Read said she had trouble keeping her eyes on the target though with tose Reception Held For Gen Howze A formal reception»for Major General Robert L. Howze his wife and two daughters was held Mon­ day evening at the Fort Hood Of­ ficers Club. General Howze is the new commanding general of the First Armored Division. The reception was attended by officers and their wives from the Division. Special guests included Major General Thomas L. Harrold II Corps commander Brigadier General John S. Waters Fourth Armored Division commander and top ranking staff officers and their wives. KB Heights NCO QfVives Club Meets The NCO Wives' Club of KB Heights met July 12 for their reg­ ular business meeting. Those pres­ ent were Mrs. Thomas Hyde J. A. Eakes B. Murphy R. L. Tracy George ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 July 1955

Page Six :or SPORTS Parade By Emilio Carmona PATROLLING THE TROOPS Clarence R. Olewine 4th Armd Div boxing coach started his own jlove career in Allentown Pa. as an amateur featherweight and fin- shed in 1940 as a middleweight. He then took up training coaching ind handling of fighters. Jack Fowler star hurler of the 53rd Sig 3n pitched a not-hit-no-run game against the 96th QM Bn winning 3-0 decision in one of the most exciting games played in the III Corps League recently. Claude Saia skipper of the 53rd Signal jaseball team was a brilliant halfback for the West End (Birming- lam Ala.) Lions a few years ago and a member of Auburn football iquad for four years. He was head coach of Colbert County High Sch ool at Leighton Ala. prior to coming to the military service. Willie Mays is playing both at New York Polo Grounds and at Fort Hood's Red Lindsey Field Yes the 27th AFA 1st Armd Div las another Willie Mays a PFC who plays in the outfield for the inkers. The Fort Hood Mays is no st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 July 1955

Thursday July 21 1955 JNorth Fort Presents Boxing Card Sunday Fourth Armored fighters punched out victories in five of six bouts at North Fort Hood Sun­ day night in the weekly boxing card sponsored by the Division's Special Services Office. Most of the 16 matches involved Class-4 or novice boxers and fea­ tured more enthusiasm than fin­ esse. The 4th Armored winners were: A representing the 704th Tank Bn. strom who topped the 91st AFA Batta- another lion's William Snyder Harold 27th. Hammond of the 51st AIB who decisioned Ray Jones a middle­ weight also from the 1st T&S Bn. Also William Sprowar a 171 Olg. Harmon another battler from the 1st T&S Bn and Phillip Lafon- ette light-heavy from the 66th AFA Battalion who clubbed Al­ len Patterson of the 1st T&S Bat­ talion. Jesse Sanders Class-3 welter- Iveight from the 1st T&S Bn. won "by default from Alvin Oglesby 22nd AFA Bn. 4th AD Boxing Coach Possesses Vast Experience By ROGER ORR Ruby Goldstein Larry Rena Joey Giamb...

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