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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 July 1955

Page Eight $ NEW 1955 FORDS and CHEVROLETS 1495 IN KILLEEN VMM MOTOR CO. AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER IRA YOUNG AUTO CO i- HIGHWAY 190 HIGHWAY 190 THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS SHOP SMALL DOWN PAYMENT WE FINANCE ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL *:•?o ». iC-**p ^ju*$ :L'•j^ ^T«^1'^S^\^ YOU CAN BUY IT BETTER FROM IRA THEY BOUGHT 'EM BETTER AT IRA'S paying more than necessary for the car you want .... you buy BECAUSE Ira Young is the largest car dealer in Central Texas. He sells on volume makes less on each car and PASSES THE SAVING ON TO YOU!! 'y^f 'YPl" VISIT THE SHOW PLACE OF CENTRAL TEXAS IN TEMPLE IRA YOUNG LARGEST CAR DEALER IN CENTRAL TEXAS AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH DEALER OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M. DAILY yt where thousands have shopped before precious dollars on any car UP TO 30 MONTHS TO PAY OVERSEAS FINANCING AVAILABLE h" liipip Thursday July 21 1955 -t:

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 July 1955

Thursday July 21 1955 By GORDON BREYETTE Following a brief address by Col. Alston Grimes ROTC Camp deputy commander one of the a at he in of a a field stars ever seen by this re­ porter paused in tribute to our na­ tional anthem before giving their all in a highly competitive "Track and Field Day" at Prichard Sta­ dium. Company of the ROTC Regi­ ment came out on top in total points to win the meet. This was no surprise to Lt. Col. T. W. Shal- lington Commanding Officer and assistant PMS&T Oklahoma Uni­ it in a "hands-down" win for his company prior to the event in which eight companies participated. The meet was star-studded with college talent and many remark­ able track and field feats were witnessed by approximately 1500 at or in in he ROTC Regiment and several hun­ dred people from Fort Hood and vicinity. "The competitive spirit shown by ^the ROTC students in this and oth- nr camp competition is commend­ a an at if in at I pi trait of loyalty to Company and School that exist...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 July 1955

Page Ten WASHINGTON—The Army is sending more than 970 soldiers to civilian universities and colleges this year. More than half this number al­ ready are enrolled at some 70 Loans Made On Anything Of Value MERCHANDISE BOUGHT & SOLD E. Z. LOAN CO. 313 8th St. KILLEEN TEXAS Phone 1371 $o million times a day at home at work or on the way COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. CHEVROLET Specialized Training Given 970 Soldiers In United States Universities Colleges universities and colleges in this country to deal with specialized political economc scentific so- cal and managerial problems re­ lating to the mission of the Army. PAWN SHOP 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 There's nothing like a 1. PURE AND WHOLESOME... Nature's own flavors. 2. BRIGHT EVER-FRESH SPARKLE distinctive taste. 3. REFRESHES SO QUICKLY. with as few calories as half an average juicy grapefruit. BOTTLED UNDER A...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 July 1955

Thursday July 21 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attbrney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law l'emple. Texas First Nat'i Bids. Ph. 3-5254 TOM CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratliff Building 4th & Ave. Phone 4591 CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorneys at Law Wood Building Gray & Ave. Phone 3SS1 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 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. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-1 APARTMENT FURNISHED New Austin Stone three room private bath air conditioned. Nicely furnished plenty of closct space. Car Port. Dugger & Mutual Real Estate Phone ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 July 1955

fcVrTv Page Twelve "I j. mlis .-:" I :r iSMilillil Pierce Is New 4th Army PIO Lt. Col. W. A. Pierce Infantry has been appointed Army Informa­ tion Officer at Fourth Army head­ quarters it was announced by Maj. Gen. Sam T. Williams Fourth Army commander. He replaces Col. R. P. Rosengren former AIO who has departed for a new as­ signment with the office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Washing­ ton D.C. As Fourth Army Information Of­ ficer Colonel Pierce is responsible BILLOWING NAPALM SURGES out from flame-thrower fired by M-Sgt. Cecil R. Crowley of the 4thArmd Div Chemical Section during: demonstration of chemical equipment for the 36th Inf Div of the Texas National Guard now at North Fort Hood. Lectures on chemical warfare and preventive techniques accompanied demonstrations of flame-thrower colored smoke bombs and simulated A- bomb used on fiel dproblems. (U.S. Army Photo by Powell) SPECIALIST THIRD CLASS LYLE F. VVELDON a member of the 4005th Enlisted Detachment was named HI Corps "S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

VOL. 9 No. 30 Regimental Review Features ROTC Closing Ceremonies Closing exercises consisting of a colorful regimental review this afternoon and an impressive com­ missioning ceremony tomowow morning will be conducted by Fort Hood's ROTC Camp it was announced today by Col. Alston Grimes deputy camp command­ er. Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold commanding general of III Corps and Fort Hood will be the re­ viewing officer for the ROTC regi­ ment's final review which will begin at 3 p. m. today on the [II Corps parade ground. The re- ew will honor the camp's out- «P Tanding students and ROTC grad­ uates to be commissioned and will be highlighted by an awards presentation ceremony. Gen. Harrold will present award to the top student of the Camp and other outstanding ROTC stu­ dents. Other awards to be pre­ sented include medals to the three top marksmen and the "Best Com­ pany of the Camp" streamer. 404th MP Co. Gets Safety Honor Awards Probably the most soldierly and most safety conscious co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

fs: %i 1 if a Tw Profile of a Soldier Master Sergeant Is TIT Corps Old Soldier Experience is the key-word with one of the top soldiers in III Corps M-Sgt. George A. Hammond Hq and Hq o 53d Sig Bn. Twenty-six years of service which started in 1929 at Fort Francis E Warren at Cheyenne Wyoming qualify Hammond as an "Old Soldier." His experience as a M-SGT. GEORGE HAMMOND Billman Edwards Named Top Men In Their Bn.'s SP3 Jack D. Billman a recov­ ery machanic and Sgt. Thaddeus Edwards a squad leader have been named "Soldier of the Month" for their battalions. Billman a member of and S Co. of the 1st Armd. Div's 701st AIB is a native of Joliet HI. Edwards a member of Co "B" 16th AEB 1st Armd. Div. hails from Napoleonville La. The winners of "Soldier of the Month" honors are chosen on the basis of high scores achieved in a series of competitive tests and considerations of quality given the nominees for each battalion Knowledge of division history use and care of weapons per­ sonal appearanc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

-v Thursday July 28 1955 'At Your Command' 10 Be Telecast The 15000 fighting men of the First Armored Division will be "at Your Command" again this Satur­ day in a half-hour telecast by that name over KWTX-TV Waco Chan­ nel No. 10 at 3:30 p.m. "At Your Command" on this July 30th edition will be Private "Duke" Williams of "Old Iron­ sides' 91st Armored Field Artil­ lery Battalion Private First Class Richard Gregory of First Arjmored Division Special Services and a number of men from the First Ar­ mored Division's Male Chorus. The majority of the show will take place within an Army bar­ racks setting where PFC Gregory will start things off with one of the comedy routines with which he has delighted Fort Hood audiences for some time. In a modern version of Bizet's "Toreador Song" from the opera "Carmen" (the "Fight Song" from "Carmen Jones") Private Williams will re-enact part of the 4 When You're In Temple Enjoy Fine specializing in Known throughout Central Texas Jim Kiqh dial TIME-LI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

Page Four W I Amm TOWNSEND FIELD ALICE GORMLEY 122 Kasi 42na Street I'uoltshca in thr Interest *f the military aaa civilian veraMuel »t F*rt Hand. Teiki. every Thursday by the Temple Sale* Circular Campany Temple. Texas. Policies and statement rcflecte In the news and editorial eclamns repreaeat views of the individual writers and under no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of tiic Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute aa endorsement by the Department of Defense of the prodacts or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone .15113. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and pa icrs are authorized to reprint non-copyrighted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 41#. Temple. Texas. Snbscription off post. $3.00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

Thursday July 28 1955 1 ctadiM "SJwjupA—yojuih CktwitiM-'Sunday School By RUTH ELLIOTT Among the ladies receiving serv­ ice bars at Red Cross Wednes­ day was Mrs. B. T. McFarland who received her seventh service bar representing seven years of active service in Red Cross. Mrs. McFarland is a local resident liv­ ing on a farm east of the Post. On this particular morning she rode the farm jeep to the meet­ ing. She said it was slow but she made it. Her daughter was a nurse at the station hospital during the war. Thanks for the seven years you have served our Station Hos­ pital. The First Armored Division troop review and celebration Friday kept things hopping around the Post. As usual I liked the re- Red Cross Meeting The Volunteer Red Cross met Wednesday morning in the Hos­ pital Red Cross Building. Mrs. J. C. Winn Group Chairman intro­ duced Mrs. Geneva Snell area Consultant of Temple who spoke of the need of volunteer workers in this area. Mrs. Snell issued an invitation to all mem...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

Page Six TtTCSFS 1U E. Ave. SPORTS Parade By Emilio Carmona Hood Directors Of Athletics Appointed Six high ranking officers have been appointed by Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold III Corps and Fort Hood commander to the post of Directors of Athletics for the installation of Fort Hood in the sports program which includes basketball football softball golf baseball and boxing. Brig. Gen. John K. Waters Asst 4th Armd Div commander is' the new basketball director. Col. Charles W. Henry Hq III Corps will be the top man in football. 'Col. Walter S. Schlotzhauer Jr. Hq III Corps has been appointed golf director while Lt. Col. Francis R. Blankenship Hq 4005th SU Sta Com is the new baseball director. Lt. Col. William S. McElhenny 4th Armd Div Trains was named director of boxing. Each director will be responsible for general supervision and over­ all coordination of the sports program concerned to insure maximum participation with the command and development of an outstanding Fort Hood team in the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

?w. 73 Arty Beats 2nd AAA In Decisive Game A six-run seventh inning by the 73rd AFA Bn. plus the ability to quell a ninth-inning rally pi'o- duced a new 1st Armored Division baseball champion Friday night. The 73rd behind the steady pitching of John Ray Jarret edged the defending Division and Fort 6-5. Relief pitcher Causey McDan- iels rescued the win for Jarret in the ninth by getting the last two batters out with the bases loaded. The big lefthander who pitched eight full innings in the afternoon as the 2nd AAA won 2-1 to send the series into the nightcap struck out Austin Mc- Gowan to end the nine-day double- elimination tournament. Tom Kelleher pitched no-hit ball until the seventh inning when the winners tallied their six runs. BOX SCORE 73rd AFA (6) 9 Total 35 5 9 73rd AFA 000 000 600—6 (FIRST GAME) 2:30 p. m. 73rd AFA 000 001 000-1-6-1 2nd AAA 000 OOOllx—2-4-4 McDaniels and Hinson. Kem- meter and Mier. ROTC-Tankers Split Series The Fort Hood Tankers won the fourth game of a s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

Page Eight Sport Hood By BILL JOHNSON Credit should go where credit is due and who deserves more praise than the Tankers fine shortstop "Whity" Johnson for his play in the game with the ROTC last Sun­ day. Whity was nothing short of sensational in the field going deep in the hole behind third base he made two plays that very few shortsotps anywhere are able to make. Shortstop is the hardest po­ sition on the diamond with pitch­ ing excepted bub Johnson makes it look the easiest with his steady to sensational play. Teamed with new comer Chico Torres the Tankers now are strong down the middle. Manager Irv Jefferies is very high on Johnson and says that with any kind of luck the lik­ able young man should be riding pullmans and airliners in the big time .in the not too distant future. The addition of Bob Cooper be­ hind the plate Torres at second a A a a with Johnson at shortstop and Fol- kert in center field the Tankers are solid down the middle. There was never a ball cub that went v...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

Page Ten CASH and CARRY MODERN GUEST CHAIRS As Shown Regular $11.95 Value Shop all over Texas and you won't find a quality chair at this price. Frame in black metal. Your choice of washable plas­ tic covered upholstery. 41/2 lw^ S'ggy W k'Lv '^3 a -v quality Finest all wool 27x27 Inch ry+ -r- v* Ft. by 6 Ft. Genuine Regular RUGS Your choice of all solid col­ ors and beautiful patterns. Regular 29.9539.95 Values at the unheard of 8.95 LOW $1 PRICE OF... Cash & Carry *r- 27" by 54" Genuine Bigelow THROW RUGS Every color imaginable from which to choose. Regular 12.95 and 14.95 $/ Our Anniversary Price ?m$ BigOlOW Square throw rugs. Regular 5.00 Value. va|Ue. Now cash & carry For Only.. 395 Cash & Carry 8O0 MODERN SOFA JM Regular 89.95 Value Wrought Iron leg sofa Regular Mattress for comfortable sleeping Just a few for only... 69 REGULAR 99.95 VALUE REGULAR 164.95 VALUE 2 PC. SOFA BED SUITE With swivel easy rocker. Modern off set arm. Makes bed instantly. Your choice of late...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

[hunsday July 28 1955 1^ :SS-- v/^ iCANE 36SF fAIRS ps^-'fHpr An SAVE '50" on this solid hardwood New 2 Piece BEDROOM SUITE No Veneer 3# jfM This Suite has been designed for Easy living. Large Size double dresser with spacious mirror. Bookcase bed has plenty utility space. Finished in the new popular Dawn Mist. SPECIAL Cash Price of 75 00 T.V. SNACK TABLES REGULAR VALUE All Metal TV Snack Set of 4 tables with metal stand. Another Anniversary Special. Cash & Carry.. Phone 3061 5.50 FURNITURE COMPANY OF KILLEEN Completely Air Conditioned hvv MODERN DESK REGLAR 79.95 VALUE Plastic top in wood grain finish in beautiful Honey Birch ^^80 Now 1 53' REGULAR 339.95 VALUE R.C.A. TLEVISION Set—Delux Console 21" picture tube. Beautiful Mahogany wood. Out it goes 990 OR for cash only REGULAR 409.95 VALUE SYLVANIA TELEVISION Console 21" Set. Has silver screen and Halolight Save 110.00 by paying cash. Only Regular 269.95 Value KR0EHLER SECTIONAL SUITE 3 Piece style blond legs with brass caps. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

A- Page Twelve 'y" 'ifMy SEOUT (ANF)—Korea is the most unlittered battleground in history because the Army's Oper­ ation Roll-Up rolled without a hitch. Hundreds of thousands of tons of he Eighth Army stop the Communists have een collected shipped and disposed of in the unique opera­ tion carried out in connection with the Far East redevelopment of U. S. forces. Months of hard work by the spe­ cial engineer unit has moved everything from 60 ton capac­ ity floating bridges and lumbering tanks to typewriters radio head­ sets and delicated medical instru­ ments. Tools and weapons of war weren't all the soldiers packed. Several years' accumulation of records had to be boxed and sent to the United States for perma­ nent filing. Even sports equipment had to be disposed of. There was no thought of aban­ doning the mountains of material that had been supplied redeploy­ ing units and no war surplus sales such as were held in Eu­ rope at the end of hostilities in 1945 are contemplated in Kore...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

If* Thursday July 28 1955 tss 'Ordnance Class Graduated Friday An Ordnance School designed to train instructor personnel of va­ rious po§t units in the fundamen­ tals of packaging and crating pro­ cedures graduated its first class Friday July 22. The school under direct super­ visor of CWO Val Lancaster 5.18th Ordnance Company was the first of its kind ever to be held here. A second course was scheduled to start Monday July 25 and end ercises. To be eligible for the course the student had to be in the supply or motor maintenance field. Im­ mediately upon the students re­ turn to his respective unit he will act as an instructor for others. In his speech to the graduating students Lt. Col. Orrie V. Snook Post Ordnance Officer said "We want you to have a little bit of the know how of movement which may take place at any time. Our problem (at the Ordnance office) is to helpyou take care of it (equip­ ment)." pte continued "We want you to the information on to mem­ bers in your organizat...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

SMALL DOWN PAYMENT I wSSSSSS WMMmmMgMMMm YOUNG MOTOR CO OPEN 10 P. M. AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER We may be crazy but we are going to do it. For $1 we will sell you an automatic trans­ mission radio heater directional signals and white wall tires. We have a large selection of factory fresh cars that we have ordered for this special sale. You buy the car at the price bf a car with no equipment and we fully equip it for only one dollar. This wonderful offer expires August 5th. You must act now. Come in and get in on the biggest savings in Killeen's his- tory. ON ANY MAKE-ANY MODEL-NEW OR USED... *^v. HIGHWAY 190 IRA YOUNG WILL GIVE YOU THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY! }•j- .»• -Tilt 'r VISIT THE SHOW PLACE OF CENTRAL TEXAS IN TEMPLE LOOK INTO THESE TERRIFIC PAYDAY SPECIALS IN EILLEEN NEW I955 FORDS and CHEVROLETS $1495 OVERSEAS FINANCING AVAILABLE WE WILL FINANCE ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL REGARDLESS OF RANK ERA YOUNG LARGEST CAR DEALER IN CENTRAL TEXAS AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH DEALE...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

Thursday July 28 1955 Trooper Giveg Plane A Ticket For Speeding LEBANON Va. (IP)—State Troop- &r D. E. Adams stopped an air- 'plane near here and handed its "driver" a ticket for speeding. Adams was doing routine cruis­ WELCOME ABOARD- FOR A WELCOME HOME! Main City lew Tilt lisAi|clts HhsbiigtH Sai Frucisci *67 ing when the fast-moving airplane towed by a truck passed him. In­ vestigation disclosed the wrecked plane was being taken to an air­ port for salvage and rebuilding. AMERICAN DC-6 AIRCOACH *44 63 '57 *54 Ml MW flUtf Ml LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE: HOOT MON! PILOT MOUND la. (UP) An aged owl serves as a good watchdog at the William Ferri farm near here. The 34-year owl named Pete hoots when anyone approaches. It's the greatest buy in travelI Regular• scheduled flights by American Air coach— the only airline coach service that uses 300 mile-an-hour pressurized DC-6's exclusively. Have a finer furlough with the days and dollars you save. FOR RESERVATIONS! Call Mr. A. E. Johnson at ...

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