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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 August 1955

Pa&e Fourteen Tudor Sedans as low as Open Until 9 P. M. 7 Days A Week 75 msm NEW 1955 FORD nm *1495 beautiful brand new THERE'S FINANCING FOR EVERYONE BELOW BANK RATES! DOWN PAYMENTS ANYONE CAN AFFORD Belton Texas THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS ED CANTRELL'S CLEARANCE SALE of 1955 FORDS COME IN AND SEE US YOU CAN MAKE YOUR OWN DEAL OVERSEAS AVAILABLE FINANCING WE DON'T MEET COMPETITION WE MAKE IT!! ED CANTRELL MOTOR Co THE LARGEST FORD DEALER IN BELL COUNTY 2Vi to choose from UP TO IF YOU NEED FINANCING YOU CAN GET IT FROM ED WE FINANCE EVERYONE! 121 North Main Phone 61 YEARS TO PAY THE BALANCE Thursday August 251955 I **»**. Ss/v A Inc. KILLEEN HIGHWAY AT THE CIRCLE PHOHE 126

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

VOL. 9 No. 35 u-'.tlQV." #L :V Sv I —MAIL EDITION Chest Fund In Action^ KS* 4 6? f* BIRTHDAY PARTY—Kiddie-members of the Hood Village Youth Center engage in a game of bal- loon-chasing during the center's August birthday party. The center is a project of the Fort Hood Dads Club and is under the over-all supervision of the Fort Hood Youth Activities program. It is a beneficiary of the Ft. Hood 'Chest Fund. Almost two hundred kiddies enjoyed the August party and your dollars will keep them smiling. (U.S -Army Photo by Ross) Fort Hood Gives $1500 To Ked Cross Emergency Keliei Fort Hood's Chest Fund Council has made a grant of fifteen hun­ dred dollars to the American Red Cross emergency flood relief-'drive it was announced today by Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold ill Corps and Fort Hood Commander. The Bell County Chapter of the Red Cross will get $1200 and the Coryell County Chapter $300. These donations will be sent by the two county chapters directly to American Red. Cross Headquarters t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

[Page Two Photog 3 (Continued from page 1) troop commanders" said Lt. Hol­ land. Aerial photos give the "bird's eye" view of terrain troop move­ ments and enemy dispositions. With the information from these photos the commander can best decide his plan of attack or de­ fense. The "fox hole" view is taken on the ground from vehicles or on foot. Many times the photographer is on the front lines and exposed to the enemy's fire constantly. The ground photo gives a close- up of the enemy in battle. His tactics weapons and the skill with which he uses them is shown. The aerial and ground shot to­ gether can give a fairly accurate picture of the situation and de­ termine the best course for fu­ ture plans. and action. Many of the men in the photo section are veterans of com­ bat and have years of experience in the field of photography. Typical of the men is Sp 2 Jose L. Cambiaso Dominion Republic a combat photographer in the Ko­ rean conflict. He covered "Opera­ tion Recovery" the returnin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 1 1955 •Best By JACK SAND Radio communication has played a vital role in modern warfare. Many times it was the only link between combat elements sur­ rounded by the enemy and their parent organizations. It achieved prominence during World War II and the Korean campaign and its importance has increased immea­ surably with the new atomic con­ cept of fast-moving mobile com­ bat units. During the early stages of the Korean war the problem arose of whether or not the army could breach the mountain barriers with Married Life Play For Hire The Entertainment Section of III Corps Special Services is busy with rehearals of the one-act- comedv "Why I Am A Bache­ lor." Under the direction of Pvt. •orman Kean this hilarious play ^an be described as "a series of living sermons concerning mar­ ried life." Included«in the cast are Mere­ dith Moore daughter of Lt Colonel and Mrs. L. R. Moore Pvt. Paui Spillar of Post Training Aids and Kean. If you are interested in having- this play ...

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

Page Four PDbHshea l» the toterert ot the military ama eMUn Easssr&sr'sr.s ALICE GORMXEY X2U East 42nd Street every Thnttday by the Temple Sales Circ«I*r Campanjr. Temple Texas. Policies Btalrmoorb reflrcte. tn the news and editorial colamns represent views ottlu1 writers and ander no circumstances are to be coasldered Uioae of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do net eonstttote aa en^rsement by the and pavers are autborizeO reprint n«n-e»pyri*hted AFPS material wlthoat wrlttea permission from AFPS. __________ Advertising copy shenld to© fleet tot Pwliess Offlee Snbscription off post $3.00 per year: jl.W for three mowing. All pictures are United States Army Plrnal Corps JL ^n?h •otedj the pnhUcatioa of these is not restricted except la oases InvolvInK repnbllcatloa for advertising parpases at which time permission of the Department of the Army wist be obtained. TOWNSEND FIELD NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES: W. B. Braduury Company A Advertlsine ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 1 1955 CRAZY HAT PARTY AT NCO WIVES' CLUB—The NCO Wives were entertained at their last meeting: with a crazy hat party Thursday Aug. 26. First prize for the crazy hat contest was award­ ed to Mrs. R. K. McCord. Mrs. Rowland Carter received second place. The afternoon was spent in playing Bunko with Mrs. Joseph Knott receiving high score. Guests for the afternoon were Mrs. Moore Venaotte Metcalf Carte Park Pickett and Millsap. On Sept. 8 the club plans a trip to Long Horn Caverns and Buchanan Lake. The group will leave at 9 a.m. and return about 3:30. If enough ladies go a bus will be chartered for the trip. Anyone in­ terested but not a member is cordially invited to come. Call Mrs. Thomas Muston 43235. (U.S. Army Photo by Fyfe) TODAY SEPT. 1 AT 4 P.M. THE NCO WIVES WILL HAVE A BAKE SALE AT THE NCO CLUB. Everyone is invited to come and buy some good homemade cakes and pies. Back'To-School lance For Teenager The Teen-age Club will have a back to school dance Sat. Sept....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Page Six SPORTS Parade By Emilio Carinona Grid Squad Reaching Peak The Fort Hood coaching staff watched the candidates for the 1955 grid squad in the first sci'immage of the season last Saturday morning and appeared mildly satisfied with what they saw in the hour and a half long workout. Coach Pat Malley indicated that he was impressed with some aspects of the workout? but he ordered more training on blocking— both downfield and behind the line. Tackling was especially sharp for the early season appearance. Spectators commented on the drive shown by the various ball-carriers. Malley was very pleased with the performance of little-known Don Scuillane a 193-pound fullback from Boston University. Paul Furnish a 190-pound newcomer who played a guard position at Butler was also singled out for praise by the Hood mentor. The Tankers' passing attack while clicking well at times is also due for a lot of polishing though for the first trial of the season the number of completions was not dis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 11955 A humbly confident Joey Giam­ bra Fort Hood private who stun­ ned the boxing world last week by giving middleweight champ Bobo Olson a terrific scare before drop­ ping an unpopular decision re­ turned from San Francisco and a 15-day leave Monday. With a twinkle in his eye Joey gave out with an ominous warn­ ing: "I'm looking forward to our return match and I'll be better prepared for that one." Joey's fnanager Mike Scanlan is now in New York contracting for a title match probably in Feb­ ruary with Olson. The Interna­ tional Boxing Club after watch­ ing Joey add a few more grey hairs to Bobo's receding hairline is anxiously seeking the bout. "Bobo didn't hurt me at all" Joey said. "He's a smart fighter PVho knows his business. After all ie's champ." Giambra with the Fourth Arm- ored's 704th Tank Battalion said it was a short right hand that staggered Olson in the second round. He said Olson's ring-wise crowding tactics prevented him from following up the advanta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Page Eight -V- &• PAY DAY SPECIAL 1954 BELAIRE CHEVROLET FOUR DOOR ONLY 14000 ACTUAL MILES. LOADED. TWO TONE WITH WHITE WALL TIRES. PAYDAY SPECIAL 1951 FORD VICTORIA WITH RADIO AND HEATER AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION TWO TONE COLOR. """j We Don't Want To Toot Our Own Whistle BUT Manning and Good Business GO TOGETHER We think it's very good business fo give each of our customers absolutely the best deal we can. Satisfied customers make more car sales and we're in the business of selling cars. iil- w'" Wa /?-'' x' „v .. A.s A '*VN N S SV v- W .v.V.v.vvs\^v.v-'-"A 0 fV x.' -'A You Name The Price And We'll Try Mighty Hard To Get With You! s &--? v* Lx HE PUTS NO RESTRICTIONS ON US AS TO PRICES OR TRADE-IN VALUES SO WE'RE READY TO TRADE! ITS YOUR OUNCE A yX-oi-KvS-fto $ We also have a mighty fine selection of first rate used cars. These cars are all powder puffs and we've got them priced so low they're bound to sell like hot cakes. So hurry hurry over to Copperas Cove and take advantag...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 1 1955 T-Footbali Results: 501st MP 22 Hq-73 0 Hq-702 30 B-25 0 Hq-702 30 B-25 0 B-68 32. Hq-73 2 501st MP 31 Hq-CCA 8 B-68 15 Hq-4th Tk 0 Hq-702 13 Hq-lOOth Tk 6 B C-91 12 Hq-13th Tk 0 A-701 6 Hq-81 0 27th AFA 14 Hq-634 7 1st Med 15 Hq-13 12 141st Sig 13 A-701 11 B C-91 20 Hq-634 14 Hq-634 15 Hq-13 6 She: "Will you think of me al­ ways darling?" He: "I can't tell a lie. Occasion­ ally I might wonder who will win the 1955 pennant." low: CORRECTION Due to an error the ad which appeared in last week's Sen­ tinel with the signature"MAN­ NING FORD CO." should have had the signature as listed be­ MANNING MOTOR CO. COPPERAS COVE TEXAS Air Force Retains Golf Title Army Marine Place Second SENT SPORTS 2-30-bb Air Force LANGLEY AFB Va. (AFPS)— A well-balanced air force golf team paced by 2nd Lts. Ray Terry and Miller Barber won the 1955 inter- service golf championship here by 26 strokes. The AF thus maintained its per­ re or in in vi competition—it has won all three tournamen...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Page Ten By ALSTON A. MORGAN Flying conditions were bad. A heavy fog prevented the pilot from seeing the ground and ice was forming on his wings'. With his visibility zero the pilot had only one chance of reaching his des­ tination safe. He had to fly by his instruments alone. Calling the nearest airfield the pilot received a "fix" and using his instruments made a safe land­ ing saving his life and keeping the plane in one condition. This type of situation might con­ \/^7! a: The North. front a pilot any time he is in the air but if he isn't trained in instrument panel flight the chances for his survival are small. Fort Hood's link trainer pro­ gram operated by two civilians and a soldier was established just to keep such an incident: from actually happening. This 1hey do by giving basic and advance in­ strument panel training to Hood pilots. The program is designed to give instrument flight training which will enable pilots to reach their UP SHE GOES!—U.S. Army stevedore troops lea...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 1 1955 CAMP GORDON Ga. The Criminal Investigation Laboratory of the Provost Marshal General Center here is a neutral zone of justice where only scientific facl can tip the scales. "We get the same sense of achievement out of proving inno- 1 As a matter of fact Maj. Gen. Sam T. Williams Fourth Army commander has issued orders that the suppression of forest fires "will take priority over all other activities" in the field test the largest planned in this area since the end of World War II. General Williams is acting deputy-maneu­ ver director (Army) for the man­ euvers. Last year Louisiana experienced more than 10000 forest fires which covered an average of 25 acres for each fire. With thousands of ^forest "fire-conscious" troops man­ euvering over millions of acres of Sparsely populated territory of­ ficers conducting the intensive pre-maneuver indoctrination of the troops expect a substantial drop in the l'ate and severity of fires during the period of the exer­ cise....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Page Twelve mso&wE ^"W v^ Ma 1949 PONTIAC 1951 FORD 1952 FORD 1952 CHEVROLET 1950 CHEVROLET IN KILLEEN IRA YOUNG AUTO CO. These are jusf a few of the dozens of specials on hand 1950 NASH 4 Door. Real Clean Radio Heater Makes info a Bed 4 Door Loaded Club Coupe. Full Equipment Victoria. Fully Equipment Real Clean ••••ill 4 Door Fully Equipped 2 Door Radio and Heater SEE THEM TODAY! OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. DAILY HWY. 190 455. $ *395. '695. 1095. 795. 495» Temple Show Place NEW 1955 FORDS AND CHEVROLETS THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS YOUR DOLLARS GO FURTHER WHEN YOU BUY FROM UP TO 30 MONTHS TO PAY rw* ifrirkn IRA YOUNG.. WE FINANCE ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL 1495 OVERSEAS FINANCING AVAILABLE rrvrvwr -. •••-•. SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS wnJatowt*8®®4* IRA YOUNG LARGEST CAR DEALER IN CENTRAL TEXAS Authorized Kaiser Willys Nash Dealer TEMPLE-KILLEEN 1 1955 FORD He Can Save You Hundreds of DOLLARS 1954 CHEVROLET 1954 DESOTO 1953 STUDEBAKER 1952 BUICK 1950 MERCURY 4-Door We Are Doing It Again! D...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 1 1955 »ained iaasure is designed to provide a and ready Reserve force of 1692000 men capable of per­ forming specific preassigned roles on America's defense team upon mobilization. Army commanders throughout the continental United States Alas­ ka the Pacific and Caribbean areas have been instructed to ac­ cept immediate enlistments for six years in the Army Reserve of per­ sons who have not yet been ordered to report for induction. They will be required to serve two years on active duty participate with a Re­ serve unit for three years and serve one year in the Standby Re­ serve where no reserve training is required. Effective in the immediate fu­ ture enlistments will be accepted in the Army Reserve with draft- deferred status for men under I8V2 years of age. The Department of Army has been authorized a quota of 90.000 for enlistments of this type during the remainder of Fis­ cal Year 1956. Volunteers under this.program must agree to partici- pate in six months acti...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Pago Fourteen "space" dollar. WHAT DO YOU WANT future security? free medical care? good retirement plan? 30 days vacation with pay? opportunity for advancement? You Have All Of Them In The REGULAR ARMY BEEN11ST TODAY! Ill Corps Reenlistment Office Bldg. 2317 Headquarters Avenue (near the Officer's Field Mess) Phone 42214 or 37193 Mr. Merchant ...When you buy advertising SPACE ASK YOURSELF Believe it or not... but THE QUESTION.... WHERE IS IT GOING? SPACE TRAVEL IS OUR BUSINESS.... When you buy an ad in The Armored Sentinel you buy SPACE! Your ad—produced with the proper "Tools and Know-how" fills that space—and it TRAVELS— yes sir—it travels to reach every single soldier every civilian employee employed at Fort Hood! Armored Sentinel advertising gives you REAL readership for your 15.000 COPIES ARE DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY ARMORED SENTINEL Kilieen Phone 7941 The new system consists of one I rifle made in two variants. One is a light barrel rifle as a replace­ ment for the M-l carbine and s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Thursday. Sept. 1 1955 FORT CLAYTON C. Z.—Now it has been proved that "straight down" really is not straight down a 5.000 foot mountain range can be lost and the world isn't round at all. A U. S. Army Engineer unit remaking the maps of Latin Amer­ RIDERS IN THE SKY—No "ghosts" these but fighting men of the U.S. Army's 82nd Airborne Division photographed during- a practice jump at Fort Bragg N.C. Airborne soldiers must make five jumps from 1000 feet to qualify as badge-wearing paratroopers. Larry Anderson Demonstrates His Flying Saucer Project Flying saucers are streaking across Central Texas skies these days—shiny black objects disc­ ha it a is streaming behind them. But there's no cause for alarm' for at the controls of the speed- ig saucers is a United States frmy enlisted man PFC Larry Anderson assigned to Fort Hood's 1st Armd. Div. His hobby is building these awe­ some looking creations that are mistaken for mis-placed satellites and even miniature space ships. "I fly the saucer...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Page Sixteen FORT MYER Va.—When a soldier marries he has seven "best men"—officers all—standing by to smooth his path to the altar. First—his company commander. Traditionally the soldier asks "permission of the commanding officer" before he takes a bride. It's a dying tradition according to Major Roy W. Preston (Route 2 Holden Mo) commanding of­ ficer headquarters company U. S. Army here. But it persists. "The draftee rarely comes in to speak to me but the older soldier invariable does" said Preston. "Of course it is not so much a matter of 'getting my permission' as an opportunity to talk over the sold­ ier's plans and offer what help I can. "We discuss where the couple plans to live what use tbey might make of Army facilities in so far as their wedding is concerned and whether they are financially able to be married. If it is possible for the man to get advance leave or pay in time for the wedding and the honeymoon—if there is to be one—I outline the administra­ tive procedure he ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 1 1955 SYDEBOTHAM—Born Jul 19 to A-3c and Mrs. Kenneth Ray Sydebotham 4001st ABS Kb a daughter Drita Carol. LEGORE—Born Jul 25 to PXc. and Mrs. George Leroy Legore. Co. A 73d AFA Bn. a son .loseplv EvereU- MILICH—Born Jul 25Ho S£c. and Mrs Edward Anson Milich. Co D 81st Recon. Bn. a daughter Rene Jean. SUMMERS—Born Jul 25. to Cpl. and Mrs. Warren Joseph Summers & S Co. 16th AEB. a daughter Melody Virginia COLE—Born Jul 25. to Pfc. and Mrs. George Lorrn Cole Co B 100th Tk Bn. a daughter Vickie Lynn. CARMICHEAL—Born Jul 26. to SP-3 afid Mrs. Ronald Christian Carmicheal Co C 126th AOB a daughter Debra Ellen. BREWSTER—Born Jul 26 to Sfc. anil Mrt. .Tack Ernest Brewster R.. %?1/ TH Rpl Co. a daughter Grace Adele. THOMPSON—Born Jul 26 to Sgt. and Mrs. William Alexandr Thompson. Co C 16th AEB a son. Arthur Cornelius. HEIMAN—Born Jul 26 to Sg. and Mrs. Alfred James Heiman Co B 553d A1B a daughter Angela Marie. COOPER—Born Jul 26. to Sgt. and Mrs. James Lelon Cooper. Co A ...

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

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

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