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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 August 1955

Page Sixteen C- The average number of people who have moved into California each year in recent years is 284- C00 more than those moving out. BY.MAIL—PHONE or EASY PARKING AUTO LOANS REFINANCING Since 1924 Exclusively for OFFICERS—WARRANT OFFICERS—FIRST 3 GRADES WORLD WIDE COVERAGE AVOID EXPENSIVE REFINANCING IF ORDERED OVERSEAS or OUT-OF-STATE No matter where you buy your new or used car ask your dealer for our service. rrs FEDERAL SERVICES FINANCE CORPORATION ROGERS INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE 419 Gray St. I-v$%&> IH 1 pr-—-i§ ''SV- *ys \h BELL COUNTY FARM BUREAU VISITS FORT HOOD—Members of the Bell County Farm Bureau learn details of a Personnel Carrier motor during: their recent visit to Fort Hood. M-Sgt. James Coop­ er a member of the 87th Ordnance Company does the explaining Left to right are Joseph Koonsen of Holland Bell County Farm Bureau president Betty and Patricia Spanhel daughters of Frank Spa-nhel vice-president and Gus Hansen secretary. The tour was sponsored by ...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 August 1955

VOL. 9 No. 32 CALTROP m the third in a se­ ries of command post exercises conducted on the Fort Hood reser­ vation will send units of in Corps and the First and Fourth Armored Divisions to the field next week for three days August 16 to 18. With an overall objective to pre­ pare participating units for Exer­ cise SAGE BRUSH tentatively scheduled for this fall the CAL­ TROP series is designed to train a at an a staffs in terrain appreciation op­ erational procedures staff integra­ tion and coordination necessary in full-scale operations. Besides command and staff units from both divisions sev­ eral non-divisional units will participate. These include the Three other reserve quartermas­ ter units from Texas and two from Oklahoma are participating with the 493rd in the fortnight of training exercises. These are the 867th QM Co. (Svc) of Aus­ tin Tex. 910th QM Co. (Svc) of Karnack Tex. 900th QM Co. (Sal­ vage) of Gallena Park Tex. 860th QM Co. (Pet. Sup.) of Madill Okla. and the 353rd Q...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 August 1955

Page Two "Darkness is an invitation to death." In these words Capt. Clarence Webb HI Corps Safety Officer today warned Fort Hood motorists to increase their vigilance when driving after dark. This warning was issued as part of the "Slow Down and Live" program now underway all over the nation. "More people are killed in traf­ fic accidents during the hours of twilight darkness and dawn than In daylight although far less driv- ^NORCROSS Cards for"*very occasrorTot Stokes Bros. & Co. "THE PEOPli WHO SELL ff FOR LESS" "The Hem® of Famous Brands" 202 Ave. Phone 491 KILLEEN INSPECTS HONOR BATTERY—Brig:. Gen. Thomomas J. Sands new III Corps Artillery commander inspects the Honor Firing: Battery from the 94th AFA Bn which fired an 11-gun salute on his arri­ val here last Friday. Shown accompanying: the General on his inspection is Capti James A. Ras- smussen (left) commander of the Honor Firing: Battery. (U. S. Army Photo) Darkness Invites Death Says III Corps Safety Officer ling is don...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 August 1955

Thursday August 11 1955 wj Like Pop Like Son Most Texas fathers nourish the fond hope that their sons will fol­ low "the old man" in Dad's given profession or business. CWO. Daniel A. Allen the 4th Armd Div's new band dii'ector got just such a "chip off the old block" treatment if it might be called that. Since he was a lad of six when Capt. Baughman emphasized that traffic signs signals and pave­ ment marking for both motorists and pedestrians should be given the same obedience accorded a traffic officer. He advised motorists to learn the Signs of Life by shape so that they may be recognized on sight. Due to recent revisions in the Manual on Uniform Traf­ fic Control Devices he said va­ cationing motorists may see signs of unfamiliar shape and The manual now recommends that the octagonal stop sign be red instead of yellow. It. also rec­ ommends the use of a Yield Right of Way sign triangular in shape and yellow in color. Thjs brings the number of basic sign shapes to six. Captain B...

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

Page Four TOWNSEND FIELD ALICE GORMLEY IX! Kast 42nd Street I'nbMMien in Hit Interest »f the military sad civilian rcriMnrl at Fitrt Hood. Texas. mwfTf ThMmday by the Temple Sale* Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and •tatemonrk reflecte. In tlie news Md editorial caiman* represent riews of the Individual writers and wider nn clrenmstanres are to be considered those of the lepartment of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products ot services adTertlsed All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Offlcc. Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 35113. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Scrvice material and pavers are authorized to reprint oon-eopyrirhted AFPS materia) without written pprinlss on from AFPS. Advertising copy sbonld be sent to: Knslness Office. O. Box •!!». Temple. Texas. Subscription off post. $3.M per year: Sl.M for three months. Distribution on P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 August 1955

Thursday August 11 1955 PATIENTS AT THE U.S. ARMY HOSPITAL learn to assemble jigsaw puzzles during a ward party given by the NCO Wives Club. These parties are given twice monthly the first and third Tuesdays. The ladies all volunteer their time and services. Refreshments are always served and the next Ward party will be held on Tuesday August 16. (U.S. Army Photo by Dell) WHEN THE 81ST RECON Bn. recently took civilians for rides on their tanks and armored personnel carriers SFC David Miller (right) a "tanker" himself from the 1st Armd Div's 4th Tank Bn decided it would be a good time to show his family a little bit of his Army work. The tank commander William B. Clements (left) tells three year old David Jr. (standing) and ten year old Michael (in turret) how the tank works while their mother listens. (U.S. Army Photo by W7ilson) MAJ. GEN. THOMAS L. HARROLD III Corps and Fort Hood com­ mander presents a certificate of achievement to SP3 Richard Gruen Co "D" 53rd Signal Bn. SP3 Gruen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 August 1955

Pase Six it's a New Tappan Temp Time feature turns off oven automatically at any time you pre-set up to four hours. Cooks a complete oven meal while you're away. Famous Tappan Visualite Oven lets you see at a glance how things are coming in the oven No more door openings that waste time and let oven heat escape. All this—at a truly low— low price. See it—buy it—now! YOUR "FULL-TIME COOK" YOUR CHOICE OF 2 SPECIAL MODELS $60t00 Save 2 PC. MODERN SECTIONAL S a A iv a mppan Now Buy America's finest quality built ranges from the "Bell". Your exclusive Tappan dealer in Killeen. 2 PC. TELE-VUE KROEHLER SUITE 2 Piece Living Room Suite. A genuine Kroehler cushioned suite. Style exactly as shown. New style arm covered in a solid green boucle. Besude OQ Ql% a a 2 5 9 9 5 O A iv a Latest bumper style. For the best buys in house furnishings. See the Bell. Reg­ ular 129.95 Value Attractive Electric Clock in back panel has a four-hour time reminder that sounds off at any time you pre-set. This is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 August 1955

l/ursday August 11 1955 I Room easy rocker. 139.95 [95 VALUE Suite |Sofa that makes rm rocker and 69.95 |y in solid mahog- le Dresser panel rge dresser mir- 279.95 5 VALUE IFA BED Id maple arms in 89.95 |95 VALUE DESK ilenty of drawer 79.95 REGULAR 139.95 VALUE 5 PC. SOFA BED SUITE Consists of sofa to make bed rocker lehair and table and matching coffee liable. A complete suite for A NEW OUTSTANDING SPECIALS 'ADVERTISED EACH WEEK Sofa Makes Into A Full Size Bed REGULAR 5.95 VALUE MAHOGANY MAGAZINE RACKS Large size to hold papers and maga- zines. Slick mahogany finish O QC Unbeatable price of REGULAR 299.00 VALUE KROEHLER SOFA Extra long cushionized sofa. Covered a metallic tweed. Buy now 1 a a 5 0 1 REGULAR 39.95 VALUE SOLID OAK DINETTE 5 Pc. all Oak suite. Consists oak table and 4 oak chairs. Upholstered seats. Just a few for 99.95 Phone 3061 •v Another Bell-Ringing Anniversary Special If you ore going to buy furni­ ture anytime in a year—You'll save by making your selection now. :...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 August 1955

Page Eight l/SFPS-Wsae World ROBIN ROBERTS First AD Opens Football Season SPORTS Parade By Emilio Carmoiia 2nd AAA Defends Crown Tonight One of the hottest baseball teams at Fort Hood is the 2nd AAA fo the 1st Armd. Div. The artillerymen's club is the only one left in the winner's bracket in the battalion level tourney. The 2nd AAA beat the Fourth Armored's 37th Tank Bn to score their first victory of the tournament. Later they downed the 53rd Sig­ nal and finally they took a close 2-1 decision over their eternal rivals 73rd AFA. Now they have to win only one more game to become the 1955 Post baseball champions. At the time of this writing the 4005th SU and the 73rd AFA are the only teams left is the losser's circle and it will be one of them who will try to win over the still unbeaten AAA. The team was 1954 champs but since then many of the players with last year club are gone Now E. Rodriguez R. Kemmeter 5. Hutchings A. McGowan R. Bowe M. F. Silva h. Talbot D. Mier T. Kelleher R. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 August 1955

'hursday August 11 1955 By BILL JOHNSON DON'T FORGET the Fort Bliss series at Red Lindsey Field this Saturday night and Sunday. We suspect this will be a preview of the finals in the Fourth Army baseball this year. THE GAME played here last Monday night in which the Tank­ ers defeated Sheppard 9 to 6 must have set some sort of record for hit batsmen. There were 7 men hit. No one was hurt however. OPERATION BLONDE. 2nd AAA Plays Important Game ^t Red Lindsay Field Tonight Snort Mathis Proves Hood WrMn? T# Golf Professionals Wfc WOULD LIKE to congradu- In some ways practice doesn't late Jack Fowler of the 53rd Sig- always seem to make perfect nal for pitching the only no-hit Bob Mathis of the 2nd AAA 1st AD is proof for this seemingly adverse game of the Fort Hood battalion staternent. level tournament. This is the sec­ ond no hitter pitched this year by Fowler the other being a per feet game with no one reaching first base. Fowler is not a big boy physical­ ly but is a giant when it ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 August 1955

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

if! E v. T'i Thursday August 11 1955 CONGRATULATING M/SGT. WILLIAM N. BROWN during a re­ cent 1st Armd Div presentation ceremony is Col. Glenn F. Rogers commanding officer of Support Command. Col. Rogers has just presented the Wharang Distinguished Military Service Medal to Brown for meritorious service during his last assignment in Korea. (U.S. Army Photo by Franklin) 501st CIC Has Gean Record On Traffic Accidents 1 Year fORXAMEtrrKWMIEIt •For Back To School .. the world's fastest portable with the touch and action of an office typewriter. Come in soon for your demonstration of the Smith-Corona portable. ONLY *122" OTHER MODELS CHEAPER Best Boys In School Supplies CARTER Printing Co. *M4N. *ray Phone 1731 sr«»M •^••w^-y«x»xxx W'1 The 1st Armd. Div's 501st Coun­ ter Intelligence Corps Detachment had no vehicle accidents or injur­ ies during the 12 months of fis­ cal year 1955 to top all other di­ vision units according to the ac­ cident summary released by di­ vision headquarters to...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 August 1955

WJ7'-'* #2 'Page Tv rive the supply last! HOME FURNITURE CO.'s CLEARANCE SALE PRICES CUT WITHOUT REGARD FOR COSTS TO CLEAR OUT SAMPLE FLOORS! A E I S E I N CLEARANCE SALE Enchanted Nights reduced to Treat yorself to a really luxurious mattress—and save practically a $20 bill! For the first time Home makes this reduction on the famous Enchanted Nights .. Save exactly $19.55 sleep on a cloud! Now get that restful 5EALY firmness at this unbeatable sale price. Come in while GET SAME WRITTEN GUARANTEE Get some extra high coil count.. Gef same pre-built borders for years of longer wear... Gef same tro-balance innerspring unit for the health­ ful firmness pioneered by SEALY! Gef same Quality Matching Boxspring—iust OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 9:00 4 FLOORS AIR CONDITIONED I06.N.MAIN kTEMPLE.TEXAS MRS. W. C. BRE.YrHAUER OWNER :Y:^ OUT THEY GO! OCCASIONAL TABLES ODD NIGHT TABLES CHEST DRESSERS BEDS ODD PIECES FLOOR SAMPLES One-of-a-Kind BED ROOM SUITES LIVING ROOM SUITES Guarantee by Good Housekeepin...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 August 1955

ff Thursday August 11 1955 LEGALS Lego! 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 cm pie irst Natl Bidg. TOM CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratliff Building 4th & Ave. Phone 4591 CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorneys at Law Wood Building Gray & Ave. Phone 3881 ANNOUNCEMENT DINING DANCING AMUS 8-7 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. 1301 Franz Drive Killeen or call Kil. 15283. LOST MAN'S BROWN WALLET. PER- Vll'l 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 to 1...

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

Fonrfren Gyro Offers Men Future Security How would you like to go over­ seas? For the first time a soldier can serve a completely planned tour with a stablized period of ro­ tation between oversea and state­ side duty. He can arrange his in- service eduction better gage his financial obligations and tailor his savings to fit his future plans. Not only will the soldier know where he's going but he will have the. security of a permanent as­ signment. These and many other opportunities are now offered to eligible Fort Hood military person­ nel with the 11th Airborne Di­ vision at Fort Campbell Ky. and the 3rd Armord Division at Fort Knox Ky. as part of "Operation Gyroscope." Enlistments amd reenlist- ments for four or more years is specifically encouraged in or­ der that the individual soldier concerned may receive full bene­ fits of the assignment and ro­ tation with the unit of his choice both to and from overseas how­ ever enlistments and reenlist- ments for three years will be acce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 August 1955

VOL. 9 No. 33 MP Killed Taking 45th Div. Men To Funeral arrangements were be­ ing made yesterday by the family of Cpl. Milton R. Tucker 28 who died at 11 a.m. Tuesday as a re­ sult of a traffic accident while he was escorting an ambulance filled with injured Oklahoma National Guardsmen to the station hospital. SFC William Roberts one of the 15 guardsmen from the 45th In­ fantry Division injured by the pre­ mature explosion of a mortar shell Department of the Army has authorized the voluntary recall of Reserve officers and enlisted per­ sonnel in the Fourth Army area for a maximum of 90 days of ac­ tive dut# starting in late Septem­ ber in connection with Exercise TlVl hei GE BRUSH the joint Army- ir Force maneuver is tentatively scheduled for -November- and De­ cember in the Camp Polk area of Louisiana. Maj. Gen. Sam T. Williams Fourth Army commander announ­ ced that Continental Army Com­ mand Fort Monroe Va. plans to utilize a limited number of the Reserve personnel as umpires. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 August 1955

y' Page Two THE FOURTH ARMORED DIVISION readies for their annual series of Command Maintenance Inspections as exemplified by the men of the 553rd Armored Infantry Battalion. Left to right M-Sfft. Harold Adams motor sergeant from Atlanta lieorgia Sp3 Wil­ liam Jenkins mechanic from Danville Kentucky and Cpl. Dean Brasselt mechanic from Pullman Washington adjust a wheel of an armored personnel carrier. 4th QM Showers Dust Field NG Men Versatile facilities of the 4th Armd Div's 4th QM Bn are bathing maneuver dust off Texas and Okla­ homa National Guardsmen at the rate of 192 men an hour. The battalion's Field Service Company as one of its duties oper­ ates a 24-head shower that serves guardsmen of units such as the 45th Infantry Division 312th Logistical Command and the 312th Military Government Group now taking Press-Radio-TV Day October 3 For Waco Fair Several hundred guests are ex­ pected for Press-Radio-TV day Monday Oct. 3 at the Heart O' Texas Fair in Waco. They will attend the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 August 1955

Thursday August 18 1955 TEM-BEl The Artisans Spotlight The Arts and Craft Center has received advance information re garding the Sixth Interservice Photo Contest. Projected dates for the contest are: a. Installation level Dec. 1955 b. Command level 1 9 5 6 A el a 1956 d. Inter-service level June 1956.' The subject matter for this con­ test is wide open. It was suggested the subjects include military ac­ iv it an a life animals and pets special ef­ fects children and babies. When the photographer includes these subjects one wonders what else could be included. Part of the present craft pro­ gram is the introduction of craft tools into Company Day Rooms. The NCO Academy Company B. have at present Leathercraft tools which they purchased out of their own funds other companies that followed suit are the (D) Co. 25th WIRTH'S RESTAURANT In Downtown Temple BfcLTON BVD. PR8-7390 Last Times Tonight PURPLE PLAINS Gregory Peck Fri.-Sat.. Aug. 19-20 IROQUOIS TRAIL Brenda Mashall George Montgomer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 August 1955

Page Four Killeen Phone 5731 PRINTING & OFFICE YOUR SMARTEST NEW SPORTS MODEL r. Whether you're a Big Wheel on Campus or a fast-starting Freshman this is the shoe! You con tell by those low-slung lines snappy two-tone colors the bouncy foam-crepe soles the light airy fee/ that makes you wont to hit the open road. And price wise this Connie Sport is your best deol yet...trading so much fashion for just 6.95 ALICE GORMLET 404 N. Gray seen lit Seventeen itM'i't-1 '?ii WgttttiMlBjfefirfo Black suede-and-glove Steei Grey suede-and-glove Brown suede-and-glove Cocoa-and-Cream glove Charcoal-and-Sand glove Ladies Shoe Department Stokes Bros. & Co. "The Home of Famous Brands" 202 Ave. D—Phone 491 KILLEEN I'ubushen in th interest the military ui etTlUmn khmuI at Fert Hood Texas every Thnmdw by the Temple Sale* Oirealar Cmipmj. Temple. Texas. Policies aad statements refieete. in the news aad editorial calumno represent views of the Individual writers and nndei nr eireomstanee* are to b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 August 1955

Thursday August 18 1955 Lambda Cliis iPlan Barbecue The Lambda Chi Alpha club of Fort Hood had their first busi­ ness meeting Sunday August 14 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. *Lyle N a A be an a chosen chairman of the club. Those attending were Lt. and Mrs. Guy Hobbs Lt. and Mrs. Jack Alberdean Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson Sgt. Bob Brooks and Pfc Mick Pamel. The next meeting of the group will be Sept. 3 when all Lambda Chi members in this area are in­ vited to the barbecue at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson. Thrift Shop Needs Articles To Sell The Thrift Shop located behind the Post Library in building 57 is in need of more goods to sell. Good salable articles include cloth­ ing odds and ends of dishes fur­ niture applicances or what have you? Articles are sold on a com­ mission basis. The Thrift Shop is open from 9:00 a. m. to 1:00 p. m. Wednes­ day Thursday and Friday and from 7:00 to 9:00 p. m. The first Thursday evening of the month. Articles for sale are accepted dur- ring these ...

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