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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 August 1955

Page Six ARLOS TORRES SPORTS Parade By Emilio Carmona Are Tliey Overworking Kelleher? When Robin Roberts worked 347 parties—2nd AAA and 73rd AFA. innings in the 1953 campaign we had to go all the way back to 1920 to find something better among the modern rubber-armed heroes in the National League. In that year when Grover Cleveland Alexander toured 363 frames. The mention of Alexander brought to us the memories of the great Iron Men of the past. To­ day in an era of five-inning hurl- ers and the two-platoon game the Iron Man is no longer a goal for any pitcher. It has become a museum piece moulded in bi'onze in the shrine at Cooperstovvn. Anybody attempting to match the performances of great stars like Christy Mathewson. Cy Young Walter Johnson Ed Walsh and some others is just filling a few more years of activity on the TOM KELLEHER mound—making a very costly mis­ take. Right here in Fort Hood we have one of the moundsmen who have challeneged the old tireless pitchers—Tom Kelleher. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 August 1955

l' Thursday August 18 1955 4Sport Hood By BILL JOHNSON OUR HARDIEST congradula- tions go out to the 2nd A.A.A. Bn. for winning the battalion level baseball championship for 1955. When you consider the size and magnitude of the baseball program here at Fort Hood the winning of the battalion championship is quite a feat. There were some 51 teams playing during league play. These teams made up five leagues. The baseball program here is ac­ tually larger than most large cit­ ies excluding junior league and little league. The 2nd. A.A.A. went through the double eliminations tournaments without losing a game. THE BASEBALL season here will reach another milestone Fri­ day 19 August when the Tankers play Brooke Army Medical Cen­ ter Comets for the Inter-Service Championship of this area. Man­ ager Irv Jefferies says "The boys have blood in their eye and are anxious to wipe out the two de­ feats handed them by the Comets Early This Year." |JVE MISSED our prediction in state tournament when w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 August 1955

Page Eight NEW 1955 SMALLER DOWN PAYMENTS YOU HAVE UP TO 30 MONTHS TO PAY THE BALANCE OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. DAILY WHAT ANYONE ELSE CAN DO •®SS"s FORDS AND CHEVROLETS THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS WE DON'T MEET COMPETITION WE CAN DO BETTER! WE WILL FINANCE ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL REGARDLESS OF RANK WE WILL FINANCE YOUR CAR OVERSEAS IRA YOUNG LARGEST CAR DEALER IN CENTRAL TEXAS AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH DEALER MAKE IT! 1495. 1 BECAUSE WE DEAL IN BIG VOLUME AND LOW PRICES IN KILLEEN YOUNG MOTOR CO AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER IRA YOUNG AUTO CO Thursday August 18 1955 HIGHWAY 190 HIGHWAY 190 OPEN

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 August 1955

Thursday August 18 1955 PAWN SHOP Loans Made On Anything Of Value MERCHANDISE BOUGHT & SOLD E. Z. LOAN CO. 313 8th St. KILLEEN. TEXAS Phone 1371 OUR FINAL DRESS CLEARANCE Hurry to get that Summer Dress at a Budget Price. YOUR CHOICE OF ENTIRE SUM­ MER DRESS STOCK AT ONE LOW PRICE. HURRY! 260 DRESSES TO CHOOSE FROM REGULAR PRICES TO $17.95 SIM* 7 to 15-10 to 20-141 to 241 calling all boys Oh boy! Look what we've got for you! Dad-styled school togs at pint-sized prices ... easy to run around in 'cause they're cut for action. Mom gives the nod too because their rough-riding materials. me handsome and a cinch to keep that way! Norman's handles everything in clothes for boys from the first grade through high school. NORMAN'S Clothing for Men and Young Men Across from Fort Hood Dus Station SEE US Moving Targets Used For Tanks During Demonstration Training By ALSTON A. MORGAN When tankers at Fort Hood see a target moving to their left front at approximately 12 miles per hour it's not a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 August 1955

Page Ten Two 4th AD Soldiers Get DD Two Fourth Armored Division soldiers received dishonorable dis­ charges from the service and were assessed total forfeitures and sentenced to one year at hard labor by general courts martials last week. Sgt. Houston W. Evans of Co A 508th Tank Bn was sentenced when found guilty on charges of PRICED FROM. TERMS ON ANY BASIS YOUR CREDIT JUSTIFIES "If You Trade Without Seeing Us We Both Lose Money! 3" .. 6 $ Year Hard Labor AWOL and theft. Sgt. Henry Wil­ liams Co A 35th Tank Bn a charged with AWOL. One previous conviction was considered by the court in both cases which are sub ject to review. The dollar bill measures six and one-eighth inches by two and five eighth. $£95 o% n&kjg ii head for the White-Plaza Hotel. Service When yo« go to Dallas men run that place! (At San Antonio and Corpus Christi too.) (Adv.) I silver bars this week. NEW CHEVROLETS 1595 ••'3000 YOUR CHOICE OF Model Color Equipment Power Glide Conventional Drive Power Brakes Pow...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 August 1955

Thursday August 18 1955 AT 15th Sts. You Are Invited to Attend "BACK-TO-COLLEGE AND CAREER GIRL" FASHION SHOWS at the fabulous SACHS AUSTIN AVENUE WACO MON. NIGHT ... 8 p.m. TUES. MORN. 10 a.m. Mon. Night show by reserva­ tion only Write or phone in at once for tickets to be mailed to you gratis. No admittance to children under 10 Doors Open 7 p. m. Monday night 9 a. m. Tuesday morn. Modeling of Sachs magnificent Vail Fashions from Circular Stage Music for those who cannot attend TUNE IN KTEM 8 p.m. MON. Live broadcast direct from show .. "Sachs Central Texas Network" K-T-E-M TEMPLE K-N-O-W AUSTIN DRIVE OVER TO WACO AUSTIN 1955 Demonstrator .. W-A-C-OWACO K-A-N-D CORSICANA A#IM CLEARANCE SALE '500.00 .'700.00 Tudors and For dors-- Loaded Fergus Motor Co. AUTHORIZED FORD SALES AND SERVICE N. 8th & Ave. KILLEEN Phone 1451 vM •J&m S & KNAPP & REAL LEGALS Legal Directory Available To Both Civilian and Military Personnel ESTATE ["".T ico KflLEEN Phone 2261 LEWIS CASS &...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 August 1955

Page Twelve Pure as sunlight Have a Coke ftOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY «V COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. "Cok«" Ik a rtgitltrxl trade-mark. 1955 THE COCA-COU COMPANY TEMPLE WACO St.<p></p>PRICES WE WILL NOT BE OUT-TRADED OR UNDERSOLD Knowing Signs Of Life May Save Your Life "It's a sign of good judgment: to know and obey the signs of life!" Lt. Col. Max H. Turner Provost Marshall of the First Ar­ mored Division said today in dis­ cussing the current Signs of Life Program the "Old Ironsides" Di­ vision is sponsoring in cooperation with the National Safety Council "Signs of life are the traffic signs and signals erected for the protection of motorists and pedes­ trians" Col. Turner explained. "It's their job to warn of condi­ tions ahead and drivers who don't heed their warning are likely to run into trouble." The traffic trouble caused by such heedlessness is indicated he said by the fact that more than half the drivers involved in fatal traffic accidents are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 August 1955

VOL. 9 No. 34 BRIG. GEN. JOHN K. WATERS Gen. Waters Goes To Overseas Post Fourth Armd. Div. Commander Brig. Gen. John K. Waters will leave Fort Hood for an overseas assignment August 26thi He will be succeeded by Brig. Gen. Thomas J. Sands. 1 presently III Corps Artillery Commander who will lead the divison! until the arrival of Maj. Gen. Vllliam N. Gillmore. 1 I General Waters who received the division's colors in ^ctivation ceremonies last year has been di­ vision commander and assistant commander since the Fourth Arm- COL. PAUL L. WEBB Col. Webb Nev III Corps G-l Col. Paul L. Webb was api nt- ed this week as the new Assi mt Chief of Staff G-l HI Corps ac­ cording to an announcemen by Corps Headquarters. Colonel Webb replaces Col. »hn A. Beall who moves to the si- tion of HI Corps G-3 tomorrc. Before his arrival at Fort I )d Colonel Webb spent 16 mc hs ice he st in Korea with the Civil Assist Command. During that time apmmanded teams in south jrea and at Suwon. He came on active d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 August 1955

Page Two By JACK SAND LOOKING FOR A DUMMY CAS­ KET? Even Ripley would find it hard to believe that the army possesses such a unique training device. But it's true! Tucked away in one corner of a large warehouse somewhere on Fort Hood's 207000 acre reservation this coffin lies in state under a green cloak waiting for one of the warehouse employees to open its squeaky lid and deliver it to a chaplain or safety instruc­ tor. It is used by the latter as a means of showing the troops what will happen if they decide to be­ come reckless behind the wheel. This novel training aid perhaps the oddest the army has is part of Fort Hood's Training Aid Sub Center repertoire and is one of 75- 000 training devices on hand for use in various types of classes. Under the direction of Mili'ord D. Boydston and Administrative assistant Louie B. Hereford Fort Hood's training aid center is one of the largest and finest in the army. It is divided into three "sec­ tions Graphic Property and De­ vice and is n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 August 1955

Thursday August 25 1955 WApnefzasu*: Janet LEIGH Edmond O'BRIEN Peggy IEE Ella FITZGERAID A WAftNt* ItOS. MCtUtt Little Theatre Presents Second Tlay 'Bcrnardine' Sept. 7-8 The Little Theatre of Fort Hood will present its second play "Ber­ nardine" to the Fort Hood Soldier on the 7th and 8th of September. However despite the fact that play Temple Texas MIDNIGHT SHOW Sat.-Doors Open 11:30 P.M. The Rtiriw. Bluing Colorful Twenties! JACK WEBB Krcmir iMEBiraiBS Regular Engagement Starts Sunday s&s CLUB 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 Year 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 LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE: talk has been circulatng over the post for better than half a year there seemingly exists ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 August 1955

Page Four tawycwti rrxf t* at ILt I'nDltRheu In thr Internal of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood' Texas every Thurnday hy the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Policies and statements reflpcte In the news and editorial columns represent riews of the Individual writers and Hnder no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements in this publication do not constitute an endorsement by tne Department of Defense of the products ot services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Otf.ee. Armored Sent!n 1. Fort Hood telephone 35113. This publication receives Armed forces tress Service material and pa iers are authorized to reprint non-copyrlchted AFPS materia) wlthoat written perinlss.on from AI'PS. Advertlsins copy should he sent to: Pnstness Office P0. Box 41fl. Temple Texas. Subscription off post. $3.00 per year: $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. All pictures ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 August 1955

Thursday August 25 1955 £adisA 'ShojufiA—QJouth dctivRiM—Sunday School AROUND THE POST By RUTH ELLIOTT Activities is the theme of this week's column. For the men leaves are about over and manu- vers well up in the conversations. For the ladies more and more ac­ tivities. Mrs. Sevier activities chairman for the Officers' wives club announces the following pro­ gram for the year. The Book Club meets the third Thursday morning 9:30 at the Academic Library. The program may be a book review or a cur­ rent events discussion. Mrs. W. H. S. Wright is the new chair­ man telephone 38257. Party bridge at the Officers' Club every Wednesday afternoon is going strong with five or six tables. Duplicate bridge will start the second Tuesday in Septembr. Call Mrs. Lister Moore 37155 and make your plans. The Little Theater is rehears­ ing three nights weekly at Sports Arena No. 3 Hood Village. The production crew can use more people men and women. The Little Theater needs sponsors. Support the group b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 August 1955

Page Six SPORTS Parade By Emilio Cariuona Lord Byron Comes To Fort Hood Thanks to the III Corps Special Services Office all Fort Hood golf fans will have the opportunity to see personally one of the greatest golfers of America—BYRON NELSON. Nelson who is a twice winner of the Professional Golfers As­ sociation and former National Open champion will give a 30- minute exhibition of various shots beginning at 4:00 p.m. next Tuesday at Course No. 2. Later he will play a 9-hole match with General Paul Johnson 1955 Senior Champ of the Post Jack San­ chez 1955 Fort Hood Open champ and another entry who is ex­ pected to be a member of the Killeen Base Golf Club. "Lord Byron" as he was known before he retired from the golfing scene averaged 68.33 for 120 rounds of official P.G.A. tourna­ ment play in 1945 to break his own previous all-time record of 69.67 for 85 rounds set in 1944. He also is the only golfer in history to win the Radix Award with an average under 71. The N.Y. Giants will hav...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 August 1955

SB* "t Thursday August 25 1955 By TED STANTON ABOUT THIS TIME of year speculation begins on the relative merits of college football teams around the country professional in efficiency but amateur at heart. The experts weigh past records freshmen prospects up for their first shot at the big boys check for everything but hoof-and-mouth disease among the cheerleaders then confidently pick Notre Dame and Oklahoma as the teams to beat. If a mathematician was analyz­ ing the whole crystal ball set-up he would probably arrive at a for­ mula something like weight plus speed multiplied by publicity scheduling and scouting plus one eighth scholarship and academic standing equals national champion­ ship potential. If he did his guess would still be only as good as the bounce of the ball wants to make it. IN THE EAST .the powers change only slightly from year to year. Ivy League strength usually lodged in Penn and Cornell hands will probably be levelled off as "iheir scheduling of national powe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 August 1955

Page Eight NEW 1955 FORDS CHEVROLETS AND SMIE UP TO ''J* LOW DOWN PAYMENTS SO MONTHS TO PAY HARDTOP Power FUU Transmission Radio and Heater Tinted Glass Your h«y 190 5 1495. $ VKHILE WEIU* i\ 000 CH^OSO BUYS A HtW 1955 ....*u *i 'm OPEN UNTIL 0 P.M. DAILY CHRYSUR*-«°c. THESE FEATURES". ML nR FOUR D°°R OR twtsi4(VM vHndsMeid dashers A Backup Lights YMOUTHS YOUNG M0K* j®" WILES* THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS If your old car looks like this... SEE IRA YOUNG TODAY •I AS g| IN K1LLEEN IRA YOUNG AUTO AGENCY SPECIALS 1950 NASH 4 Door. Real Clean Radio Heater Makes into abed WWi 1949 PONTIAC 4 door loaded $395 1951 FORD Club Coupe. Full equipment $695 1952 FORD Victoria. Fully equipped real clean.. $1095 1952 CHEVROLET 4 door fully equipped $795 1950 CHEVROLET 2 door radio and heater $495 IRA YOUNG LARGEST CAR DEALER IN CENTRAL TEXAS Authorized Kaiser-Willys-Nash Dealer TA'.^ i% i*i $/|QE TEMPLE-KILLEEN w»J¥W: v" Thursday August 25 1955 A ""t WE WILL FINANCE ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 August 1955

Thursday August 251955 Duncan. Gen. Hickey Named Third Army CG ^WASHINGTON (AFPS)—Lt. Gen. Hhomas F. Hickey has been named to succeed Lt. Gen. Alexander R. 3CH00f .AHEAD. Boiling as commander of the Third Army with headquarters at Ft. Mc- Pherson Ga. AN INVITATION TO YOU DUNCAN OLDSMOBILE KILLEEN'S Authorized Oldsmobile Dealer... takes this opportunity to invite you to come in See and drive the beautiful new 1955 Oldsmobile. One drive will convince you that Oldsmobile is the car for you. And what better place to get one than at an established dealer such as DUNCAN OLDSMOBILE "Our Reputation Is Our Guarantee" Highway 190 Killeen Phone 1311 u. 11 '8 Banking Facilities On The Post Headquarters Ave. PLEASE DRIVE CAREFULLY Their Safety Is Your Business! It's school time again and more and more children are on the streets Every parent joins us in pleading with you "PLEASE DON'T HURT MY CHILD". As a driver and adult it is your responsibility to think for the children so that their mistakes...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 August 1955

Ten I 1 1 ^•V FOURTH ARMORED DIVISION and III Corps personnel in the waning: hours of Caltrop III got their ARMORED SENTINELS right on schedule via an air-drop by the Division Aviation Section last Thursday. The three photos show how the whole operation worked. In the first Lt. Johleel Wcodbridge pilot releases his cargo 400 papers in two cargo chutes. The second shows personnel of the Aviation Section unwrapping the bundles and in the third Curtis D. Bishop left and Eugene W. Mohrbach catch up on the latest news. Bishop and Mohrbach are from the 144th Armored Signal Company. Safety Record Set By 4th AD Caution is paying off in the 4th Armored Div. according to Lt. Col. A. J. Jacobelli Divison Safe­ ty Officer. At this writing the division had gone 121 days without a fatal ac­ cident—a new divisional record for Fort Hood. "Slow Down and Live" is the slogan of the current nation-wide safety campaign aimed at reduc­ ing accidents to a minimum. It officially began Memorial Day May 30 a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 August 1955

I Thursday August 251955 Th«old adage "An ounce of I ^reY®tion is worth a pound of often rings true for the le- assistance personnel of the *|t^Armd. Div's Staff Judge Ad- Ite section. frequently some of our most suit cases could have been ad- Id if a person involved had Jwn some basic laws on the |ks" commented CWO Milton O'Dea the section's adminis- |tive head. I'Dea of Chicago 111. is in kr'^e of the enlisted lawyers assist Lt. Col. Donald L. |r\es Jr. the Judge Advocate giving legal aid and assitance c.ome 250 military personnel of ft 'division and their dependents I- month. ['Many don't realize added SP3 Jim E. Davis of Bridgeport f^n. who obtained his law de- from Fordham University N. Y. "that dependents as well as their husbands can obtain le­ gal assistance from us. U. S. CITIZENSHIP "A matter that is of particular importance to any husband or wife of foreign origin is the change in the Naturalization laws" said Davis. "Anyone wishing to become •st Armored Div's SJA \Smctio...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 August 1955

The fel'ow" 0 1)11 ft thinks "evening" iealS t'ie 5"me thing NOTE: Members of the Armed Forces are permitted to carry 66 pounds of baggage free of charge when traveling on permanent change of station orders. The dog is liked By old and young He wags his tail as night" Ihoulfi note he effect that it' has And not his tongue. lyerseas Insurance and Financing For Automobiles All foreign countries except Panama and Alaska WOMBLE-BOX INSURANCE AGENCY Means-Sewell Bldg. BELTON-K1LLEEN Phone 601 For Information In Killeen Call: Box Buick Co. Claim offices located in foreign countries for prompt service. 4400 THE LIFT ANY &+A..X tli§» You can repair and modernize your home in many ways—and expensive labor costs! Check with KILLEEN LUMBER for lable transportation fly American Airlines Aircoach. 'ility at the lowest fares possible—regular scheduled departures ... all flights by pressurized DC 6 aircraft. NEW YORK *63°° LOS ANGELES *57°° WASHINGTON *54°° SAN FRANCISCO *67°° •to-follow instr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 August 1955

Thursday August 251955 LEGALS Legal Directory LEWIS CASS & YARBOROUGH ATTORNEYS AT LAW 1th Strool and Avenue Killeen Texas. Phone 34SH1 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 Temple First xN'at'i Bidg. 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? PERSONALS B-9 JOHNSON'S NURSERY SCHOOL: OPEN from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. five days week. Ages 3-5. Price: $15 per month A mother with B.A. degree and former nurserv school experience. Contact. S14 Estelle Ave.. Killeen Heights Phone K-10354. RENTALS LHARTMF.NTS FURNISHED C-l •'OR RENT: FURNISHED COTTAGES bedroom kitchen private bath all util­ ities paid. $30 monthly. Located on Lake Belton 14 miles from Killeen. Write John W. Crouch. Rt. 3. Belton or call Killeen 1-6301 or 1-5371. fcX)R RENT: ONE TWO AND THREE bedr...

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