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

Page Four GORMLFV AX.IC*- 322 55? mmmm ZmmmoZmZmmmm 5555* 22 ia» «•«. I'nhllsheo In the Interesl of the military anO civilian personnel at Fort Hood Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Policies and •talemonrs reflecte. In the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and under nr circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of •h^ Arniy Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the PecaS'nt of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter for n-.tfucatlon shoul'l bt sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel Fort Hood telephone 35113. This is not an official army newspaper however this publi­ cation receives Armed forces Press Service material and papers are a.ithorl/.ed reprint non-copj risrht.-d AlI'S material without written permission from A* PS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Puslness Office P.O. Box 419 Temple Texas. Subscription off pos...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 15 1955 S xV M-SGT. HERBERT 31. MANDEL receives a certificate of achieve­ ment for his "exceptionally outstanding service" as assistant direc­ tor and chief counsellor of Camp Moonraker. Brig. Gen. Thomas J. Sands 4th Armd. Div. commander makes the presentation. As­ signed to Co. "B" (Prov) III Corps NCO Academy M-Sgt. Man- del was on temporary duty with the Fourth Armored's 510th AIB during the summer camping season. (U.S. Army Photo by Swiri- doff). claduiA ^jhoupA ljouth ddiuHioA --Stindai^ Sdwol AROUND THE POST By RUTH ELLIOTT And so September goes—The rep­ re at iv or Drive for the Officers' Wives' club Mrs. R. L. Brown and for the NCO Wives' Club Mrs. Thomas Muston report their committees are working hard to top last year's Sponsors For Club Parties Unit sponsors will plan arrange and conduct monthly parties at the Officer's Open Mess during the coming year. The date selected will be other than that utilized by a "big name" orchestra scheduled by the Mess. Start...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 September 1955

Page Six By Emilio Carmoiia Indians Drive Toward Pennant "See me after Tuesday's doubleheader in Washington" A1 Lopez said when he refused to predict a flag for his Indians after Sunday split with the Yankees. Although nobody would dare say so publicly SPORTS PARADE feels the Cleveland Indians wrapped the American League pennant Tuesday when Mike Garcia and Bob Lemon conquered a season-long "jinx" the Washington Senators. Cleveland's pennant-inspired Tribe holds the best position in the run­ ning. Only an unforseen collapse could prevent the World Series to start at Municipal Stadium in the big Ohio city. After Tuesday games the squad commanded by A1 Lopez had scored 90 victories and 55 defeats. The Yankees had 87-56 and the White Sox a 85-59 mark. Cleveland should win 4 out of the last 9 games playing .444 ball throughout the final two weeks of the season. In this case they will finish with a 94-60 record. The Yankees would have to win 7 out of the 1 1 remaining games playing at a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 15 1955 Texas Tech's Picadors a youth­ ful band of college freshmen and sophomores will furnish oppositon tomorrow night as the Fort Hood Tankers open their 1955 season. The Picadors gave the Tankers a scare lastseason at Lubbock when Hood snared a tight 25-19 decision. Kickoff tomorrow night is 8 p.m. at Prichard Stadium with plenty of parking space available for civ ilian vehicles. Seating capacity for Prichard is 15000. The original opening game op ponent Goodfellowv Air Force Base cancelled their game last Monday. The Tanker coaching staff was somewhat pleased at the perform­ ance of their players in a long scrimmage under game conditions last Friday night when the "white" team defeated the "green" ele­ ven by a 20-6 score. Blocking especially downfield showed improvement but it was spotty elsewhere and the tackling was "somewhat sloppy". Pat Mal- ley said. Fumbles were at a mini- Aum as the ball carriers showed ^^od form in carrying out their as­ signments. Quart...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 September 1955

Page Eight YOUNG MOTOR CO $ POWER FLITE TRANSMISSION RADIO HEATER TINTED GLASS SAVE up to OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. DAILY AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH DEALER Phone 15461-KILLEEN ONLY ONE MORE WEEK OF THIS BIG SALE!! You Can Save Up To 1.000 ON A NEW CHRYSLER WINDSOR WITH ALL THESE FEATURES... $500 HIGHWAY 190 And 10th Street WHITE SIDE WALL TIRES WINDSHIELD WASHERS BACKUP LIGHTS on any new PLYMOUTH i.V Is 'I :U iif/•" THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Why does Ira Make So Many Deals IN KILLEEN IRA SELLS MORE CARS MAKES LESS ON EACH AND PASSES THE SAVING ON TO YOU IRA YOUNG LARGEST CAR DEALER IN CENTRAL TEXAS AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH DEALER BECAUSE 1. He gives you a better price Ira sells his cars at a very low mark up he makes less on each car and passes the saving on to you. That's one reason he's the largest dealer in Central Texas. 2. He requires lower down payments Down payment made to suit your pocketbook is the policy at Ira Young's. You tell us what you can afford and almos...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 15 1955 new III Corps Corps Athletic and Recreation officer is Major Rob­ ert Jones. He arrived here from Austria where he was the Special Services Officer of the Area Com­ mand. Maj. Jones enlisted in 1935 in the old 8th Cavalry Regiment at Fort Bliss. In 1938 he was in charge of recruiting in Phoenix Arizona. By 1939 he was a First Sergeant. With start of World War II he declined a direct commission preferring to stay with his old outfit. In 1943? however he changed his mind and was graduated from Cavalry OCS at Fort Riley. Upon graduation he became a member of the staff ajid faculty at the same school. Toward the end of 1944 he was a troop commander in the 129th Cavalry Squadron at Fort Riley. In May 1945 Maj. Jones was com­ manding the last horse Cavalry troop in the U. S. Army and it became his duty to deactivate this unit. As the Major puts it: "One thing I can say that few people can: I was with the horse Cavalry when it died!" It was during his four years at t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 September 1955

Page Ten Chest Fund Standings Continued from Page 1) Co 13th Tank Bn Co 13th Tank Bn Co D. 13th Tank Bn Sled Del. 25 AIB Hq Hci & Svc Co 25 AIB Co A 25 AIB Co 25 AIB Co 25 AIB Co 13 25 AIB 634 AIB Med Det Hq Hq & Svr- Co 634 AIB Co A 634 AIB Co 634 AIB Co 634 AIB Co 634 AIB Med Dot 701 AIB Hq Hq & Svr Co 701 AIB Co A 701 AIB Co 701 AIB Co 701 AIB Co 701 AIB Med Det 81 Recon Bn Hq Hq & Svc Co 81 Recon Bn Co A 81 Recon Bn Co 81 Recon Bn Co 81 Recon Bn Co 81 Recon Bn Med Det 16 AEB Hq Hq & Svc Co 16 AEB Co A 16 AEB Co 16 AEB Co 16 AEB Co 16 AEB Co E 16 AEB Hq & Hq Det 141 ASB Co A 141 ASB Co 141 ASB Co 141 ASB Hq Hq & Svc Co 1st "lrans & Sup Bn Co A 1st Trans & Sup Bn Co 1st Trans & Sup Bn Co 1st Trans & Sup Bn Hq Svc & Rear Spt Co 123 Mamt Bn Co A 123 Maint Bn Co 123 Maint Bn Co 123 Maint Bn 1ST ARMORED DIVISION UNIT PER CAPITA Med Det 100 Tank Bn Hq Hq & Svc Co 100 Tank Bn Co A .100 Tank Bn Co 100 Tank Bn Co 100 Tank Bn Co 100 Tank ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 15 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory LEWIS CASS & YARBOROUGH ATTORNEYS AT LAW 4th Street and Avonuo Killeen. Texas. Phono 34941 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 435 N. Gray Killeen Ph. looi SAULSBURY.. SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law temple Texas First Nat'l Biris: Ph. 3-52:54 TOM CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratliff Building 4th & Ave. Phone 4.ini _____ CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorneys at Law Wood Building ...9ray e" Phone .iSSt 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 R.A. degree and former nurscrv school experience. Contact bl4 Estelle Ave.. Killeen Heights Phone K-10354. RENTALS fpARTMENTS 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 W. Crouch Rt. 3. Belton. or call Killeen 1-6303 or 1-5371. JX3R RENT: ONE. TWO AND THRE...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 September 1955

Page Twelve Four 1st AD Men ReenlistlnRA Four 1st Armored Div. men re- enlisted in the Regular Army for tei'ms of three and six yeai's it was announced this week by CWO /If KIT FINANCING Below Bank Rates LOW LOW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS THREE CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES of the post ordnance repair section receives suggestion award cer­ tificates and cash awards totaling $35.00 from Lt. Col Orrie V. Snooks post mlnance officer. They are left to right Mr Glen Brown who received $10.00 for his suggestion for a new tool for tank re­ pairs Mr. Walter Scott received $10.00 for designing a new tool to remove adjust and install com­ pressor belts and Mr. Charlie C. Wiggins who received $15.00 for his suggestion concerning a double universal tool for Allen head screws. It is estimated that their suggestions will save the government $725.00 during the first year here at Fort Hood. (U.S. Army Photo by Ross). Francis Mackay reenlistment of­ ficer. Signing for six years were SFC William B. Gunnof Hqs Btry 27th ...

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

VOL. 9 No. 38 Buttons "C" last in a series of three-day First Armored Division training exercises conducted here this month will send Combat Com­ mand "C" to the field from Sept. 21 to 23. Commanding the 'war' will be Colonel Loveaire A. Hedges CC "C" commander. At daybreak on the 21st the command launched its 1st Tank Battalion and infantrymen of the 701st AIB on a northern march from an area near Copperas Cove to an objective at Royalty Ridge. Supporting the attack are the 68th AFA and Co. 'C" of th 81st Recon. River crossings will be made at •whouse Creek when the com- and is ordered to secure an ob­ jective near Belton Lake. Two companies from the 16th AEB "D" and "E" will construct necessary bridges for the lumbering 50-ton tanks and trucks carrying supplies. Returning from the field Friday afternoon Sept. 16 was CC "B" with a dramatic cross country march using no tank trails or roads. In the final stages of Buttons "B" the command's 4th Tank Battalion held a high hill mass pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 September 1955

Page Two Marching with precision the of­ ficers and men of the Fourth Axv mored Division honored their new division commander Maj. Gen. William Nelson Gillmore at a full- dress division review Salurday morning on the III Corps Parade Ground. Led by Col. George H. Ruhlen The purpose of this emergency service is to facilitate and expe dite the evacuation of such cases Yom Kippur Ends With Break-Fast Supper At USO A Break-the-Fast Supper will be held for Fort Hood Jewish per­ sonnel Monday night at the Kil- leen USO in observance of the conclusion of the Yom Kippur hol­ iday. Starting at 7 p.m. the supper will follow a 24-hour observance of the most strict Jewish holiday of the year—the Day of Atone­ ment a complete fast day during which no person may eat or drink. Services for the holiday begining Sunday night at 8 at the Brigade Avenue West Chapel when the tra­ ditional Kol Nidre chant will be heard. Morning services start at 10 Monday and will continue until sundown. First Lieutenan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 221955 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS SKEITON BEM. DRIVE-INS Thursday September 22 Theater No. 1—The Bar Sinister Jeff Richards Dean Theater No. 2—Davy Crockett Fess Barker Bucldy Ebsen Theater No. 3—Pete Kelly's Blues Jack Webb Janet Leigh Theater No. 4—Strategic Air Command James Stewart June Allyson Theater No. 5—The McConnell Story Alan Ladd June Allyson 162nd St Svc Club—Talent Scout Quiz Masters Hobby Night Brigade Ave Svc. Club—School Days Birthday Party N. Ft Service Club—Platter Play Dramatics Clul? Friday September 23 Theater No. 1—A Bullet For Joey George Raft Edward G. Robinson Theater No. 2—Strategic Air Command James Stewart June Allyson Theater No. 3—Pete Kelly's Blues Jack. Webb Janet Leigh Theater No. 4—The Warriors Errol Flynn Joanne Dru Theater No. 5—The McConnell Story Alan Ladd June Allyson 162nd Serv Club—Rec'd request Indian DANCE (Waco) Brigade Ave Svc Club—Skip-A-Cross Game Reel Star DANCE N. Ft Service Club—Disc Spin Whist Tourney Home Birthday Party...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 September 1955

Page Four TOWXSESD FIELD ALICE GORMLEY lZi East 42nd Street KOTAIRi Published in thr Intercut of the military Mfl civilian personnel at Fort H»od Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and statement-* rcfleete. In the news and editorial columns represent views of the individual writers and under nc circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defensf of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication sbouM bt sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel Fort Hood telephone 35113. This is not an official army newspaper howe.ver this publl- ation receives Armed Forces Press Service material and papers are authorized reprint non-copyrichted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 419 Temple Texas. Subscription off post. $3-00 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 221955 tcudiM ^jhoupA Ifojuih dctiuitiQA "Sunday AROUND THE POST By RUTH ELLIOTT I sure hope the Tanker's line looks as big to the conference teams as it did to Texas Tech's team Friay night. If it does the Tankers should have it made. One^ thing though those Picadors sure could tackle. Activites were off to a good start for the Officers' Wives Club this week. Mrs. Younger's French class met Wednesday morning in the T.I. and E. bldg 21'2. The class is small and more people are urged to join now whjjle the class is getting started. The teacher Mrs. Younger is good and full of enthusiasm. The Book Club will meet the Third Tuesday from now on and 3Irs. Geo. Cook 32158 will be the chairman. And airs. W. A. Chavet now has a make up class started. Eight teams were organized in the fowling League. Their regular meeting time will be 9 a.m. on Fri­ day morning at Bowling Alley No. 1. More ladies may join the group If yodPdo not bowl well come out as- a substitute play where yo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 September 1955

Page Six 1404 WEST ADAMS AVE. On Hi-Way 190 & 36 SPORTS Parade By Einilio Carmona Yankees Pulled The Trick Last week we were convinced about the Cleveland Indians' triumph in the American League. Now in one of those many surprises which happens in all sport especially in baseball the perennial Yankees are so close to the pennant that many fans are on the waiting line to enter Yankee Stadium for the opening game of the 1955 World Series which undoubtedly will be played in the home of the Yankees. It will be another chapter of that drama named* "When will the Dodgers Beat the Yankees in a World Series." One' of the most im­ portant actors in this chapter will be one named Walt Alston who according to the story was hired to beat the unvulnei'able tenants of the Big Manhattan stadium. People all over the world are ready to see if the main actor in the play somebody named Walt O'Malley comes through with his selec­ tion of Alston to finally kill the Yankee giant Let's wait a couple o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 221955 Roberts assigned to the 1st Ad's Maintenance battalion is the 4th Army individual rifle champion and one of the 100-odd riflemen in the nation to hold the highly- coveted Distinguished Marksman's Badge awarded by the National Rifle Association. Admittedly not a novice at the firing line Roberts will tell you of "the 12 weapons I have at home ranging from a tiny 22-cali- ber Biretta pistol to a giant 30- 06 custom-made Springfield Rifle." "I have been hunting big game with my Dad since I was 14" adds the broad-shouldered Wyo- man. His Army rifle career dates back to basic training days when he was awarded the expert's medal firing the M-l his constant com­ panion in recent Army compei- ion. Sent to Fort Hood as a tank "mechanic Roberts decided to get a position on the division rifle squad "to keep my eye." "It was more or less an elimin­ ation—going from company level to battalion and then to the di- vison team" said Roberts. "I was surprised at the great number...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 September 1955

Page Eight I® ijii $50 DOWN ON NEW FORD Lay-Away r" V' ilk I To LAMPASAS TEX. see *srrx special invitation from "The Biggest Little Ford Dealer In Central Texas the new 19S6 FORD on display in our show room in LAMPASAS THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS LOVE BROTHERS Authorized Ford Dealer Take Pride In Introducm The Sensational New FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 23-24 25 OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. FRI. & SAT.... OPEN 2 TO 6 SUNDAY I Ss WE ARE NOTED FOR OUR LONG TRADES--LOW INTEREST "WE FINANCE ALL GRADES" LOVE BROS. MOTOR CO. "diomst Of# Jhs Jkumkhbbijd" LIQUIDATION SPECIALS 1. 1955 Red Ford Thunderbird $2895. Hardtop radio heater turn ind. white walls power seats Only 2. 1955 Fair lane Fordor Under Dealer Cost At $onn°° Loaded at W under list price 3. 1955 Fair lane Fordor 2127. wmgUS "v*1 LAMPASAS. TEX. Thursday Sept. 221955 (I 11 ^si 2 m1 Lay-Away NEW '56 FORD *50 Down

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 221955 and top brands. oOLA Aluminar 21" picture tube Eye shade filter glass 5 star power panel Right-up-front tuning with deluxe cabinet trim *"z:zzz^" 21" Aluminar picture tube Deluxe control knobs with pilot light Wood-finish cabinet with Right-Up-Front styling O 5 star power panel chassis Model 21K39 $£^^95 Mahogany Blonde $289 95 FREE this week A NEW $41.95 VALUE Motorola Clock Radio with the purchase of any Console 1956 MOTOROLA TV! (OFFER GOOD ONE WEEK ONLY) Announcing... We pride ourselves in recognizing top-quality mer- chandise-whether it be furniture appliance or televi­ sion receiver. The people of Killeen and surrounding area know Bell Furniture as the store of honest value Model 21T27 219" MAHOGANY in Blond—$229.95 the fine new Aluminar 21" picture tube with eye shade filter glass Right up front tuning Local-distance Switch 5 Star power panel chassis EYE- CONDITIONED ht Up Front Tuning Glare-Down/Sound up styling with Right-Up-Front tuning 5 star deluxe ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 September 1955

Page Ten THREE STRAIGHT! Lt. Col. Richard Moran (second from left) commanding officer of the 100th Tank receives the August "Honor Battalion" certificate from Maj. Gen. Robert L. Hawze (extreme left) 1st Armored Div. commander. This makes the third con­ secutive month the 100th Tank has won the award. Others shown are Maj. Jesse Cole assistant executive officer of the 100th Tank (second from right) and Maj. Charles I. Olsen commander of the 4th Tank Battalion. (Official U. S. Army Photo by Franklin) SlOlh Motor Men Lauded For Inspection Showing Mortarmen from Co "B" of the 4th Armd. Div's 510th A1B were lauded this week for their out­ standing showing during the An­ nual Command and General In­ spection of the battalion. In a letter of commendation from Brig. Gen. Thomas J. Sands 4th Armd. Div. CG and Lt. Col. George H. Rochman division inspector general the men were congratu­ lated for their "sparkling clean" barracks and the outstanding ap­ pearance of organization and per­ sonal ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 221955 RECEIVING CONGRATULATIONS upon his retirement after more than 20 years. Army service is Maj. Joseph L. 3IcBride (cen­ ter). A native of Morganfield Ky. he has been assistant S-4 (sup­ ply) officer of CC "C" since joining: the 4th Armored Div last year. Brig Gen Thomas J. Sands division commander offers the gratulations while Mrs. McBride looks on. (U.S. Army Photo by Calvey) QUI mnh Dm A COLORFUL POSTER spells out the outstanding safety record of the 1st Armd. Div's 4th Tank Bn. Maj. Charles I. Olsen bate- talion commander points out some 83000 fatality-free man-hours to his sergeant major M-Sgt. Charles D. Hoover (left) of Paris Texas. The 4th Tank is one of the division leaders in safety records (US Army Photos by Steele) A group of U. S. atomic scien­ tists has urged that two new chem­ ical elements be named in honor of the late Prof. Albert Einltein and Dr. Enrico Fermi foreign- born scientists who played key roles in U. S. development of the atomic bomb. I...

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