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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

Sixteen 24 hours into each day." That seemed to hit the nail pretty nearly on the head for the 1200 students winding up six weeks erf training here. It hit the nail especially hard concerning the first few weeks as the "college boys" had their first taste of army life. A normal day for the troops started at 5 a. m. and wound up around taps. Occasionally the eight hour day promised in the pre-camp poop sheets was in evi­ dence but days like that gener­ ally started earlier. The military science students ROTC Students Find Future Officers Are Made Not Born Quoting from a harassed ROTC I soon found out what a soldier does our clases in order to run the Student (is there any other kind?) (with "The thing that hacks the cadre here at camp most of all is the fact that they can only crowd TWO OF THE ARMY ROTC STUDENTS at Fort Hood Army ROTC Summer Camp prepare to fire the 4.2 mm Mortar. Marshall J. Doke (R) 316 N. 7th St. McAllen Texas of Hardin-Simmons College first gunner and Billy J. Em...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

Thursday July 28 1955 sORfcAMlNt* LIKE BANSHliEs with their weapons poised a squad from the 634th Armored Infantry Battalion charges from the back of an M-59 Armored Personnel Carrier during a tactical demonstration for a group of Italian officers Monday. The per­ sonnel carriers had just made a river crossing which was the highlight of the day-long visit by the high-ranking officers from Italy. A Trip Around The Leader's Course By M-SGT. GORDON BREYETTE From the headquarters tent of the ROTC Leader's Reaction |ourse you can see only a tank ail running along a small rise elow which is a dry stream bed lined with trees and smaller foli­ age and the terrain rising slightly again beyond the stream-bed. It is difficult to tell that many four- man patrols each led by an ROTC student are creeping crawling running through this maze and ex­ cept for occasional machine gun ^nd rifle fire it looks like any other quiet training area around Fort Hood. If you investigate fur­ ther however and fo...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

Page Eighteen FT. SAM HOUSTON— In consideration of the Louisiana property owners who will be their hosts during the forthcoming Ex­ ercise SAGE BRUSH tentatively scheduled 1o be held in the state during November and December the Army has initiated an intense indoctrination of all maneuver troops. This indoctrination includes spe­ cial training and preparation for fire prevention and fire fighting and measures to be taken to avoid damage to tree seeded areas young tree tracts cultivated land and highways. Off limits areas will include cul­ tivated fields or reforestation areas and all privately owned buildings and homes in the maneuver area. The tentative dates of the exer­ & IC/3 Of Killeen Salvage And & Surplus O) hm !s 1952 BUICK $ Special 4 door radio heater Dynaflow white wall tires cleanest car in town. 1951 OLDSMOBILE 98 4 door r-adio heater Hydramatic one owner origi­ nal black finish very clean. 1951 BUICK $ Super 4 door radio heater Dynaflow local new car trade In e...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

Thursday July 28 1955 LE6ALS Legal Directory At NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killcen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law J'emple Texas First iNat'l 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 :iSSl ANNOUNCEMENT? DINING DANCING. AMUS B-7 THE K1LLEEN BASE OFFICERS' OPEN Mess is available lor social functions sponsored by units and sections assigned at Fort Hood. Reservations may be made by calling the mess secretary. Phone S-321. LOST & FOUND B-8 LOST: BLACK AND WHITE FEMALE dog. Answers to "Fluffy". Childs pet. Ft. Hood rabies tag 623. Reward. 1301 Franz Drive. Killeen or call Kil. 15283. I)ST MAN'S BROWN WALLET PER- illl TO APPLY FOR DRIVERS LI­ CENSE ONLY ITEM OF IMPORTANCE MUST HAVE IT!! James W Schlotz- hauer 276 No. 6. McNair Village. Ph. 39293. PERSONALS B-9 JOHNSON'S NURSERY SCHOOL: OPEN from 9:00 t...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 July 1955

Page Twenty ICE CREAM ON TAP—Private First Class Jack C. Smiley Spo­ kane Wash. fills a carton with the soldiers' favorite dessert in the Quartermaster Corps plant which supplies U.S. forces in Korea. The Army Home Town News Center in Kansas City Mo. dis­ tributed 1500000 new releases in 1954. A room at the White-Plaza Hotel in Dallas means an enjoyable week end. The White-Plazas (at San Antonio and Corpus Christi too) are real service men's hotels. (Adv.) rrs 'N \N o.%\ Army maintenance shops in this country and abroad have rebuilt $2 billion worth of equipment at a cost of $379 million. WE WILL NOT BE OUT-TRADED OR UNDERSOLD II 100th Tank Named 1st Armored Div Honor Battalion The 1st Armd Div's 100th Tank Bn. direct descendent of an 1833 military unit called the U. S. Regi ment of Dragoons totaled 88 of a possible 100 points to become this month's "Honor Battalion." In winning the "Honor Battal ion" award the tankers displayed the highest savings rate in the divisoin- and a low pe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 August 1955

VOL. 9 No. 31 An initial step toward the uniting of the old and the new was taken this past week when the Fourth Armored Division Association ap­ proved admission of present mem­ bers of the Fourth Armored and the chartering of local chapters at battalion level within the active division. fee The opening of the oroaniza- Brig. Gen. James P. Hannigan has arrived at Fort Hood to assume duties as the First Armored Divi­ sion's Artillery commander. Honor guard ceremonies were held in front of Division headquar­ ters Friday morning. The honor guard was furnished by Btry "A" of the 73d AFA Bn. apt. Kenneth Crawford was the icer in charge. Platoon com- anders were Lieutenants David C. Holtam and Donald J. Shea. Gen. Hannigan comes to the 1st 508th News Informs Unit The 508th Tank Bn is the third unit in the 4th Armd Div to pub­ lish its own newspaper. Titled "The 508th News" it is a bi-monthly publication "by for and about the enlisted personnel of the 508th." Only battalion news is print­...

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

Page Two III Corps Camp Site By MORGAN HALL As you drive southwest along Seawall Boulevard in Galveston— with a Gulf breeze whipping up the surf on your left and an imposing array of hotels motels and drive- ins on your right—you get a clear sight over your radiator cap (we drive an ancient car) of the old concrete seacoast gun emplace- ments and Spanish stucco style buildings of Fort David Crockett— home of the III Corps Summer Camp Training Site. You turn in at the gate find the a headquarters and are greeted by Major Thomas K. Jackson camp commander who provides you with a com­ I WASHINGTON—The U. S. Army medical technician strapped over his fatigues what looked to be a ghastly joke in body armor—an accurately molded and colored replica of a man's chest. From a "bullet hole" in the right lung bubbled scarlet-tinted liuid and a small nasty sound both came with the regularity of *y breathing. This explained the sergeant was a "sucking chest wound" what it looked like and sounded li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 August 1955

4 1955 Thursday Augui LOVELIES Judy HaycanJ Sandy Giltman who wi in the Athens Aquacaj' tUVau^"^8* «t doo o'clock in pool number one. 1 this weekend. The band wi^ a concert in Theater No. 2 p. m. Saturday Aug. 6. ano journey to North Fort Hood ice Club to play for a dance' THURSDAY AUGUST 4 11 a.m. Servicewives meeting. 8 p.m. Bid Whist Tourney. HIDAY AUGUST 5 8 p.m.—Hobo Party. ft JATURDAY DANCE AT THE ON THE ROGERS HIWAY Featuring Music By Buddy Roberts and His Dixie Landers. THURSDAY AUG. 4 TEMPLE'S ONLY PATIO JOE MELEAR Prop. 1 s&s TEMPLE'S MOST POPULAR NIGHT CLUB Playing The Finest Of Bands Nightly For Your Dancing Pleasure WE CATER TO PRIVATE PARTIES Shirley's Cafe ADJOINING THE CLUB For Your Convenience OUR SPECIALTY: SIZZLING STEAKS SEAFOODS FRIED CHICKEN and A VARIETY OF SANDWICHES. FOR RESERVATION Phone PR8-9700 L. S. SHIRLEY Owner & Operator LOCATED ON HIGHWAY 81 BETWEEN TEMPLE & BELTON neautifui one thru fourth place ''^l*Tirmn15 swimming will be featu throug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 August 1955

fee Four 333 East 42nd Street PnMisliea in the Interest the military ait ctrlHsn perswuiel st F*rt Haed. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Oirovlar Cvmpany. Temple. Texas. Policies aad statements reflect*. is tke news and editorial columns repreaeat views of the Individual writflis and wider no etreomstanees are to be erastdered those of the Departmeat of tfce Army. Advertisemeats In this miblieatiWB do not erastltate aa endorsement by the fiepartment of Decease of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Publle Information Office. Armored Sentiael. Fort Hood telephone 35113. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and papers are authorized to reprlat aoa-eopyrichted AFPS material withoat writtea ferinlss'on from AFPS. Advertising eopy 6honld be sent to: HisIimi Office P.O. Bex 41*. Temple. Texas Subscription off post $3.00 per year Sl.M for three months. Distribution oa Fast free. All pictures are Halted...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 August 1955

ing charges. IS 5 1 Thursday August 4 1955 T-Man Conference For Boy Scouts The second T-Man Conference (T for training) to be held by the Heart of Texas Council Boy Scouts of America will be August 20th and 21st at Camp Tahuaya Dr. Walter. Smith of Marlin the Heart of Texas Council Training Chairman announced. The purpose of the T-Man Con­ ference is to train members of Ithe Cub Scout Boy Scout and Ex­ plorer Training teams from the seven districts of the Council. These training teams will then go back to their respective districts and give basic training courses for all Scout leaders. Dr. Walter Smith will be aided by Hubert Davis Marlin Council Scoutmaster trainer Dr. Herbert Schwetman Council Cubmaster trainer and Royce Reagan Coun­ cil Explorer Advisor trainer both of Waco. ACCOUNTS OF MILITARY PERSONNEL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED NEVER AN INTEREST OR CARRYING CHARGE 4 MRS. KELTON S. DAVIS PINS AN EAGLE on her husband's cap while Brig. Gen. John K. Waters Fourth Armored Division com­...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 August 1955

v. rrf» Six Two Fort Hood lieutenants won the doubles title in the recently completed 4th Army tennis tour­ nament and are playing in the All-Army championships this week at Fort Meade Md. They are John Sahratian of the 4th Armd. Div's 126th AOB and Bernard Gerhardt from the 720th MP Bn. Sahratian was also runner-up in the single tournament losing in the finals to Ed Wesley of Camp Chaf­ fee Ark. Lt. Co. Ernest Ewbanks com­ This writer considers the hero of the new champions a pitcher who didn't even walk to the mound in the last night of competition when the championship was de­ cided. Southpaw Dick Church­ es with his effective arm is re­ sponsible for the 37th Tank suc­ cess. He won the semi-final game which was do-or-die for the Tank­ ers due to the fact that the ar­ tillerymen from the northern part DICK CHURCHES of this vast military reservation were undefeated and one victory in Monday's game would have given them the pennant. The 195th AAA had tied the duel at three runs wit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 August 1955

Thursday August 4^ 1955 •B erry Grabs Corn's Welterweight Crown By TED STANTON Crowning of a new welterweight champion highlighted action at the Sunday night boxing card at the main Sports Arena when Frank Berry of the 4th Armd. Division's 512th AIB punched out a unani­ mous decision over titlist Marion Corn fighting for the 1st Tank Bn. Corn had the edge in the first round but was outgunned in the last two sessions both in close and at long range. In the third round Berry staggered the former champon and had him clinging to the ropes. Neither fighter was knocked down. The evening's bouts sponsored by the 4th Armored Special Serv­ ices Office featured plenty of swinging as two knockouts and one TKO were recorded. In the first fight of the night Edward Furtado a Massachusetts bantamweight fighting for the 16th AEB blasted out John Mili of the 1st & S Bn. Theother knockout came just before the intermission when welterweight Ramos Colon jut away Eugene Forte also of Fhe 1st & S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 August 1955

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 August 1955

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 August 1955

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 August 1955

Thursday Augiist 4 1955 Henry Gasser to Hold Art Exhibit Aug. 12 An exhibition of the paintings of Henry M. Gasser noted American water colorist will be on view at Service Club 162 the 12th through 1 8 of A a paintings were inspired while in the service of his country. Henry M. Gasser painter designer and teacher is repre­ sented in many permanent mu­ seum collections. Those in Tex­ as being Dallas Museum of Fine Arts and The Galves­ ton Art Museum. Among his outstanding awards of which a re iv re a eighty are the First Prize at the Smithsonian Institution and the George A. Zabriskie Prize of the American Water Color Society Exhibition. He is a member of the National Academy of Design and many im­ portant water color clubs and so­ cieties. At present Mr. Gasser is the Director of the Newark Public School of Fine and Industrial Art. vr as advertised in I I N yours with Ethan Allen * If You Like Maple You'll Find More To Select From At Home 106 N. MAIN '•£ •:'-:'h A 22-year-old tank c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 August 1955

Page Twefte •/ ir Mr* |1 WASHINGTON Army company commanders who hate paper work are going to have to do less of it. These youthful officers who much prefer teaching their troops the art of war to reading tens of thousands of words also are going to outflank terns of printed mat­ ter as result of an attack on red tape by the Adjutant General's Of­ fice. Proposed changes in the present distribution of Army Regulations and Special Regulations will whit­ tle down for small unit command­ ers the stacks of regulations which they now dare not ignore for fear of missing something vital to them. Undertaken as a result of para­ doxical criticisms that the distri­ bution waS both inadequate and ex­ cessive the project set off more than two months of detailed review and analysis of all AR's and SR's. It was discovered that the com­ plaints were valid as a result of changes in administrative respon­ sibilities over the years without corresponding changes in distribu­ tion. For example the one ro...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 August 1955

Thursday August 4 1955 One of the smallest and yet larg­ est finance disbursing points op­ erated here at Fort Hood is lo­ cated at the 4005th Transfer Point. Run by the 108th Finance Dis­ bursement Section the 15-man group has given final pay to as high as 297 men in one day. Dur­ ing this big day over $100000 was paid out in cash. To handle this great number of men by a section this size re­ quires utmost accuracy and team­ work. Final papers are processed a an in a sent to the finance section who re­ ceive compute and then pay off the serviceman. In addition to making all final pays here on the post they also handle reenlistment pay for not only Fort Hood but Gray Air Force Base as well. A maximum of two hours are required by the finance ex­ perts who work in teams to make a final or reenlistment payment. Experience and teamwork make this possible. When a group of final papers arrive at the 4005th Finance Point SFC Calvin J. McCain ^Chief Clerk assigns them to Bteams of three men...

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

Classified Instructions The classified ad section of the Armored Sentinel is open to all military personnel free of charge on personal items. All commer­ cial advertisements should be sub­ mitted to the advertising depart­ ment of the Temple Daily Tele­ gram. Procedure for submitting per­ sonal wants ads of military person­ nel is as follows: 1. Ads should be four or five typewritten double spaced lines. 2. Submit the ad to the Armored Sentinel office Headquarters Ave. Building 60 Ft. Hood. Ads will not be accepted by phone. 3. Any ad must reach the Arm­ ored Sentinel office before 3 p. m. on Tuesday in order to appear in that week's edition. 4. Rank name & telephone number or address must be in­ cluded in ad. 5. Ads will be discontinued after one week and must be resubmitted in order for them to appear again. The Stre with buffet North. tions North St. Loots Kansas City Chicago Minneapolis Pittsburgh Washington New York Boston Bvy 3rd India estimates that only 7 per cent of the...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 August 1955

Thursday August 4 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 Texas Ph. 3-5254 1'emple First Nat'l Bids. TOM CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratlitf Building 4th & Ave. Phone 4591 CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorneys at Law Wood Building Gray & Ave. Phone H8S1 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 S-.321. LOST & FOUND B-8 LOST: BLACK AND WHITE FEMALE dog. Answers to "Fluffy". Childs pet. & Ft. Hood rabies tag 623. Reward. 3301 Fran/: Drive Killeen or call Kil. 15283. loST MAN'S BROWN WALLET. PER­ MIT TO APPLY FOR DRIVERS CENSE ONLY ITEM OF IMPORTANCE MUST HAVE TT!! James W Schlotz- hauer 276 No 6. McNair Village Ph 39293. PERSONALS B-9 JOHNSON'S NURSERY SCHOOL: OPEN from 9:00 to 1...

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