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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Page Twenty WASHINGTON (ANF)—One out of every six soldiers in the United States Army is going to school this year. On the average his schooling consists of 13 weeks of instruc­ tion. This means that nearly 200000 officers and enlised men will re­ ceive resident instruction at Army and civilian schools during the year while an additional 100000 soldiers are receiving instruction through Army extension courses. Branch Services Bulk of the educational load is being carried by 34 Army Service schools which include the Army War College the Command and General Staff College and the Army General School 18 branch service schools such as the In­ fantry Artillery Armor and Sig­ nal Schools and 13 specialist schools such as the Army Lan­ guage School and the Psychologi­ cal Warfare School. This year the service schools are training more than 141000 en­ listed men and more than 51000 officers. Within this group are some 40- 000 officers and 111000 enlisted FORT EUSTIS Va. —The U. S. Army has ju...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 1 1955 By ED HICKS A million accident-free passen­ ger- miles of flight—more than enough to circle the globe 40 times—is the record compiled by the Fourth Armored Division's Aviation Section in the past seven months. Col. .Tames F. Wells Flying Safety Inspector of the Depart­ ment. of the Army's Aviation Di­ vision termed the section's record and safety standards "superior" upon the completion of a two-day inspection tour here. In nearly a year of operation there have been no injuries or fa­ talities in the Fourth Armored's flying arm. Fourth Armored pilots have had only three minor acci­ dents in that time to mar a pei'- fect record. The most recent was a take-off failure in December on a practice emergency strip that has since been declared unsafe for use. Constant caution and effort is requii'ed to maintain the section's safety slate. Pilots agree that about 99 percent of all accidents are caused by pilot error. Alert­ ness and mental discipline work Wo eliminate t...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Page TVeiity-Two FORT SILL Okla.— A hundred years from today a group of American citizens will be blown to kingdom come while examining a "harmless" sourvenir of World War II. And all because neither they nor their ancestors would believe what the Army had been trying to tell them for years— unexploded bombs and shells are dangerous and shouldn't be used as paper weights mantel pieces and door stops. Soldiers of Fort Sill's 61st Ord­ nance Detachment are astonished at civilians' lack of regard for deadly weapons. Their job is dis­ posing of such devices as unex­ ploded rockets guided missiles bombs and shells. When they find them on the range in the 137000-square mile area of Texas and Oklahoma where they operate they are sur­ prised. That's to be expected. But when they are called upon to remove these highly explosive objects from people's homes and offices they shake their heads and wonder. The proud owners of battlefield souvenirs protest that they are duds. But what they don't k...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 1 1955 LEGALS kegal Directory LEWIS CASS & YARBOROUGH ATTORNEYS AT LAW 4th Street and Avenue Killeen Texas. Phone 14941 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law l'emple. Texas First NafI Bldg. Ph. 3-5254 TOM CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratlitf Building 4th & Ave. Phone 4591 CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorneys at Law Wood Building Gray & Ave. Phone 3881 ANNOUNCEMENT? PERSONALS B-9 JOHNSON'S NURSERY SCHOOL: OPEN from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. live days a week. Ages 3-5. Price: $15 per month. A mother with B.A. degree and former nurserv school experience. Contact 814 Estelle Ave. Killeen Heights Phone K-10354. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-1 FOR RENT: FURNISHED COTTAGES bedroom kitchen private bath all util­ ities paid. S30 monthly. Located on Lake Belton. 14 miles from Killeen. Write John \V. Crouch Rt. 3. Belton or call Killeen 1-6301 or 1-5371. FOR RENT: ONE TWO AND THREE bedroom a...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 September 1955

Page Twenty-Four WASHINGTON (ANF) Mad dogs and Englishmen may go out in the noon-day sun—but not Amer­ ican soldiers! They are advised to duck inside the barracks or crawl under a tree for an hour's rest after lunch. A new regulation on prevention of heat casualties promises to make the siesta as important in the Army summertime work-day as "reveille. Qonserve Manpower This may sound more like the life of Riley than the life of a soldier but it's all in the interest of conserving manpower. in the summers of 1951 and 1952 alone 2720 injuries and 23 deaths from heat exhaustion (prostration) a he at ok ok reported by Army medical author­ ities. To help prevent such casualties —most of them avoidable the Army has drawn up a set of rules This is part of what the citi­ zens of Trinidad Colo. and Dun­ can Waurika and Cheyenne Okla. remember of what will come to be known as "that terrible time in May 1955." In Trinidad the flooding Pur- gatorie River forced 500 families to leave their homes...

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

17 old at Fort Hood this year—was Corps and Non-Div Units 43rd MP Det—$4200 HI Corps IG—$8667 HI Corps Engr—$5375 1st Armd Div 702 AIB Co 'B'—$4385 c-A rAr 4th Armd Div 197th AFA Hq Hq Btry .VOL. 9 No. 36 Svc evident in the early returns from the Community Chest campaign for 1955. Highest per capita thus far has been donated by III Corps IG Sec- ti°n $8667 followed by Svc Btry 197th AFA $6.25. in Btry -$6250. 504th CIC Det—$5000. Fund Campaign 4th AD's CC 'C' Committed To 3-Day Field Operations After a successful bridge crossing—a 25 mile night drive to attack command field exercise since the reactivation of the division. Royaly Ridge—and a phased withdrawal the 4th Armored Division's CC "C" will return to garrison today after completing the first combat The three day problem marked the first time with the exception Aggressor of the eight-battalion force fielded by the Fourth Ar­ mored during Exercise Blue Bolt that an entire combat command was committed in a combat-type operation. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 September 1955

Page Two 3 Field Exercises (Continued from Page 1) ment strength hold Fort Hood. The First Armored as a III Corps reserve has been ordered to attack north through two Ag­ gressor Infantry Divisions the 13th and 85th and seize the high ground along Royalty Ridge. The First Armored then continues the attack to the northeast and seize the Corps objective of McGx-egor about 20 miles from the Royalty Ridge area. Each command as it partici­ pates in the exercise will attack as right flank command along Georgetown Road. They are then to be prepared to extend the at­ tack northeast on order. Initially the First Armored's combat command will move from a reserve area about 22 miles south of simulated Lampasas to an area over and beyond the Lampasas River. The actual move will be from garrison to initial field lo­ cations during the first night. The First Armored meets ag­ gressor employment of simulated gas in the vicinity of Manning mountains after passing through friendly lines near House C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 8 1955 By PFC MYRON D. HENRY The elements making Mary Chase's "Harvey" a contemporary s&s CLUB TEMPLE'S MOST POPULAR NIGHT CLUB Playing The Finest Of Bands Nightly Far 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 1 1 outh's ProblemsForrn Play's Plot classic are presnt in "Bernardine" her latest comedy which was pres ented by the Little Theatre of Fort Hood last night at Theater No. 1. A picture of adolescence having a whimsical charm distinctly its own is presented by the author. The plot centers around "Wormy" member of a teen-age gang who is determined to show everyone he is a "big wheel." LAST NIGHT MAMBO Silvia Magano Fri. and Sat. Sept. 9-10 HELL'S ISLAND John Payne-Mary Murphy SUNDAY-MONDAY Sept. 11-...

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

Page Four TOWNSEND FIELD At ICE GORMLEV 122 East 42nd Street 1'obHshen In the Interest af the military Ml elvtllM personnel «t Fort every Tharnday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies *iia statements reflecte In the news and editorial columns represent views of the individual writers and wider no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department 01 the Army. Advertisements in this publication do not constitute an endorsement by tne Department of Defense of the produets or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel rort Hood telephone 35113. This is not an official army newspaper however this pnbli- ation receives Armed Forces Press Service material and papers are authorized 10 reprint non-copyrichted AFPS material without written permission from AFFs. Advertising copy should be sent to: Easiness Office P.O. Box 419. Temple Texas. Subscription off post. $3-00 per year $1.08 fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 8 1955 dduritivA Officers Wives Club News REPRESENTATIVES from the Officers' Wives' Club president Mrs. L. V. Green and Chest Fund representative Mrs. R. P. Brown sell the first Chest Fund ticket for the Officers' Wives' Club to Mrs. Thomas Harrold. Jxtduii ~ShoupA—Qjoidh AROUND THE POST By RUTH ELLIOTT .SGT. Wayne Bell who has been Scoutmaster for Fort Hood Boy Scouts and his wife Jan who worked at Moonraker this summer in art and crafts have returned their home. For them army Fays are over but we hope their memories of Hood are as fine as our memories of them and their work here. The new Scoutmaster is Pfc. Coates. M-Sgt. and Mrs. Delmar Clark are on a 30 day leave prior to Sgt. Clark's overseas assignment. The September meeting and luncheon was held on Tuesday 6 Sept. 55 at the Fort Hood Officers Club. We wish to thank the Sup­ port Command Ladies of the 1st Armored Div for the interesting decorations "Cotton is King." We had a most enjoyable pro­ gram. Duke Willia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 September 1955

Page Six $*r &' 3 -&&& 5? il Corner of College SI. and Highway 190 PLENTY OF EASY FREE PARKING -. '»o VPM*--] %k j/**' [*r k\^ Trust famous MENGEL to set new standards of value in modem bedroom furniture and trust us to bring it to you at the lowest price ever seen for this quality! Here is the clean-lined beauty you've always associated with luxu­ rious furniture here is quality construction designed for years of use ... here is an unparalleled opportunity to save. In Moonstone Mahogany as shown KILLEEN THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS PI pfeKS/?- 1 ^1' va 5-' Bookcase Bed Dresser & Chest Clean-lined"style in Moonstone Mahogany TWO PIECES Double Dresser Mirror and Bookcase Bed 169 Convenient terms Phone 3061 IflNllI Completely Air Conditioned Or •• ••• to Modern living f$4-*f SSli J** & «t •j c» -v Beveled plate gloss mirror Hand-rubbed and polished finish Dovetailed dustproof drawer construction Silvery chrome or golden brass pulls Center drawer guides ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 8 1955 SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS IRA YOUNG AUTO CO 1951 STUDEBAKER 1953 CHRYSLER With radio and heater EXTRA SPECIALS 1955 CADILLAC Fully Cleanest 1950 Plymouth Belvedere in town. Hardtop. Only 13.000 actual mile. on. owner you'll have to see this car to ap- KILLEEN A beautiful V-8 club coupe with overdrive W 1951 FORD Convertible With radio heater and overdrive W W With radio heater and Hydromatic. Just like new 1951 PLYMOUTH Four door. A real buy 1950 CHEVROLET Two door with radio and heater 1949 FORD Station Wagon Hwy 190 MQC UQC 795 595 395 295 jr% NEW1955 THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Happy Is The Man Who Buys His Car FOR ANY MAKE-ANY MODEL FORDS AND CHEVROLETS WE FINANCE ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL UP TO 30 MONTHS TO PAY THE BALANCE IRA YOUNG HE KNOWS HE'S GOT THE BEST BUY IN TEXAS YOUNG TODAY! •1495 OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. DAILY fll I ym I I I' I v— 4 rr/^T TIVTi^ 11\/tl 1 UUliAj LARGEST CAR DEALER IN CENTRAL TEXAS AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH DEALER TEMPLE-KILLEEN YO...

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

Page Eiglit Aylward Beats Fort Bliss 5-2 The Fort Hood Tankers drew a bye in the first round of the Fourth Army baseball playoffs and later defeated Fort Bliss 5-2 to remain unbeaten in the double elimination type of competition. The winning pitcher was Ayl­ ward. The Tankers attacked the Fort Bliss pitching early in the game and played inspired baseball to win an important victory over one of the strongest teams in the tourney—Fort Bliss. The Fourth Army tournament held at Fort Sill Okla. will de­ termine the team to represent this Army area in the All-Army poay scheduled for Fort Eustis Va. Sept 19-24. The Tankers were scheduled to meet Brooke Army Medical Cen­ ter last night with results r~t available as the SENTINEL went to press. Manderville Named 1st AD Fistic Coach PFC Gerald Manderville of Pas­ co Wash. has recently been as­ signed as boxing coach of the 1st Armd. Div. He replaces SFC Ram­ on Ancho who is now with III Corps Special .Services A graduate of Pasco High School i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 8 1955 A second-place finish in the Olympic three-day trial won a spot on the U. S. Equestrian team for a 1st Armd. Div. Officer and his horse. Major Jonathon Burton execu­ tive officer of the 81st Recon Bn. entered his horse. Colonel Gyp in the rugged trials Sept. 3-5 at Met- amore Michigan. Col. Gyp 40 points off the lead at the end' of the first day's ac­ tion swept through the 17- horse field during the final two days to finish three points behind the winner. Five horses were selected for participation in the event at the '56 Olympics with Maj. Burton and his horse being the only armed SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO ROY ROGERS WESTERN JEANS 2.19 Made for your "king of the west." Authentic leather sig­ nature patch. Double-stitch­ ed'seams for wear. 4-16. service representatives chosen. Maj. Burton was unable to ride Col. Gyp in the trials and was replaced by Walter Staley Jr. 22 of Mexico Mo. a senior at the University of Missouri. Staley no stranger in the sad­ dle previou...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 September 1955

Page Ten A.vaw Backlash With cooler weather here and more on the way most of us who have been spending every spare moment in a swimming pool or air-conditioned movie can look for­ ward to enjoying some outdoor sport again. Best news for Central Texas gunners comes with the dove sea­ son which began Sept. 1st. Re­ ports of full bags of the gray birds indicate that Waco is the best area to find them. Two young­ sters took 18 birds in about 15 minutes after the noon whistle opened the season up there last week according to one of the Waco papers. Mr. Mark Nash president of the Fort Hood Rod and Gun Club says the outlook here is great. "There are more doves on tfie reservation than I've ever seen before" he says. Hunting is permitted on the res­ ervation north of South Range and Turkey Run roads. That puts the Mayberry Park area in the "no hunting" zone. The impact area is off limits unless you get the okay from the post range officer at Black Gap Range house. Men hunting or fishing on ...

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

Thursday Sept. 8 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory A'H LEWIS CASS & YARBOROUGH ATTORNEYS AT LAW 4th Street and Avenue Killeen Texas. Phone 14941 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law 1'emple. Texas First Nat'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 3883 ANNOUNCEMENT? PERSONALS B-9 JOHNSON'S NURSERY SCHOOL: OPEN from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. tive days a week. Ages 3-5. Price: $15 per month. A mother with B.A. degree and former nurserv school experience. Contact 814 Estelle Ave. Killeen Heights Phone K-10354. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-l FOR RENT: FURNISHED COTTAGES bedroom kitchen private bath all util­ ities paid. S30 monthly. Located on Lake Bclton. 14 miles from Killeen. Write John W. Crouch Rt. 3. Belton or call Killeen 1-6301 or 1-5371. FOR RENT: ONE TWO AND THREE bedro...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 September 1955

Page Twelve y.wcwcfflw! MILITARY POLICEMAN SGT. JOHN WELCH Dallas Texas passes on some of the information he picked up as the honor grad­ uate of the three week small arms school on post. On the left is PFC Frederick Turley South Charleston West Virginia and on the right is Pvt. Richard C. Post Norwich Connecticut. All are in the 404th MP Co 4th Armored Division. NEWCOMB Fox-Trot Tango Wal+r Jitterbug Mambo Samba Rhumba THIS COUPON WORTH 1 FREE LESSON used before Sept. 20th ALSO TEEN-AGE CLASSES Bldg. 2830 Battalion Ave. Phone Ft. Hood 34133 Phone Days: Killeen 15512 Two 4th AD Men Get Silver Bhrs Two executive officers of the 4th Armored Div received their silver bars recently. James B. Morris of Bloomington Indiana and Robert L. Alexander of Po­ tomac Illinois were promoted to the rank of first lieutenant. Lt. Alexander executive officer of Hqs Co. 126th Armored Ord­ nance Battalion is a graduate of the University of Illinois and a member of the Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Tau Alpha and...

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

Maj. Gen. William Nelson Gill more—artilleryman— paratrooper —military adviser— will arrive here this morning to take com­ mand of the 4th Armored Division. The new commander will be greeted at his quarters by Brig. Gen. Thomas J. Sands present commander of the Fourth Armor­ ed and Col. Samnuel M. Hogan divison chief of staff. A two platoon honor guard com­ posed of members of the division's 25th Recon. Bn. and 51st AIB and a firing battery from Division Ar­ tillery will greet Gen. Gillmre to­ morrow mornig when he makes ^is first visit 4th Armored Div. ^Kadquartes. Gen. -Gillmore*-will*.-officially take command of the famed World War II unit Saturday morn­ ing during a division review on the III Corps Parade Grounds. He succeeds Gen. Sands in Corps Artillery commander who has served as division command­ er since the dpearture of Brig. Gen. John Iv. Waters earlier this month. He will formally meet the of­ ficers of the division at a re­ ception in the Fort Hood Officers Club next Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 September 1955

Page Two Profile of a Soldier sCorps Guarding war criminals or pa­ trolling far behind enemy lines are 'old hat' with M-Sgt. Howard L. Ladner 1st Sgt. Ill Corps Hq Co. Ladner drafted during WW II went overseas with the 1st Inf Div in October 1943. After arriving in England he was attached to the British Army and trained British troops in patrolling. He didn't re­ join his old outfit until after the invasion of the continent however but got plenty of patrolling behind in in he months he was in combat. He served as a platoon sergeant in Co "C" 26th (Blue Spader) Regiment. At the conclusion of the war in Europe his Regiment guarded the German war criminals at Nuren- burg during their 9-month trial. ad at on he block detail and his men were as­ signed to stand guard at the cell doors of the top Nazis. After the finish of the trials Lad­ ner returned to the states where he served as a field 1st Sgt. in the Everyone Sings When Black charcoal brown ran. 18.95 Open Every Thursday until 9 P....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 15 1955 1 The Miriam Sage Dancers stars of the Lupky Strike Hit Parade highlight the floor show at this months feature dance at the Of­ ficer's Club Saturday night. In addition to the- seven Miriam Sage Lovlies two comedians will be featured. Randy Brown the professional Texan who impresses audiences in much the sam way is the late Will Rogers uses a rping-pong paddle with an attached ball as a prop while telling his stories. Phil Maraquin the guy with the out-of-focus face is one of the best known pantomimist on the stage today. Music by Tommy £unningham will feature the dancing. Cunning­ ham has played the Edgewater Beach Hotel and Trianon Dance Hall in Chicago Blue Room of the Roosevelt in New Oiieans and the Adolphus and Baker Hotels in Dal­ las as well as a host of other top. spots in the U. S. Price for the Saturday night in­ formal dance is $1 per person. Reservations must be mado in ad­ vance at the office of the Officers Open Mess. Dinner will be served in th...

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