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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 September 1955

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 29 1955 CONFERENCE Colonel Edward A. Bailey (left) Executive Officer of 1st Armored Division Artillery is "hashing over" prog­ ress with Major R. W. Hampton Divarty's Assistant S-3 during Caltrop IV. The exercise which started officially Monday morn­ ing was planned as a rehearsal for exercise Sage Brush and is scheduled to close the middle of this week. (U.S. Army Photo by Montemourro) DURING CALTROP IV battle conditions were similated and se­ curity procedures were invoked. M-Sgt Robert F. Stover (left) and SP3 Dallas E. Cowely of Hqs Btry 1st Armored Division Ar­ tillery tighten a tent flap while preparing the bivouac area in ob­ servance of black-out regulations. (US Army Photo by Monte- rourro) Sgt. Is Guardian Angel To Orphans FORT KNOX Ky— Sergeant First Class Charles E. Davis has more "children" than the old woman in the shoe. He's sort of guardian angel for orphans. The 49-year-old military police­ man himself a Tennessee-born or­ phan whose first real home w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 September 1955

Page Ten We Must Clear Out Our Entire Stock To you get better values when you buy from Ira because he deals in mass sales and depends on making less on each car. That means hundreds of dollars that stay in your packet. F* Make Room For Our 1956 Models Coming Out __ Next Month riElfE InCT ARE! 2-1954 CHEVROLETS 1QC9 P| VliAl ITU 4 door with radio heater I 735 rL 2-1951 OLDS I mwU I and overdrive like new 2-1952 CHRYSLERS 2-1952 PLYMOUTHS OPEN DALY WANT A NEW 1956 FORD? WE HAVE EMM YOUNG MOTOR CO AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER Phone 15461 Why be caught in the higher price increase when you can buy HOW and save several hundred dollars. UEDE TUEV ADC SIX HEW CHRYSLERS Going at HEVER IH KILLEEN'S HISTORY COULD YOU BUY A HEW CHRYSLER OR PLYMOUTH SO CHEAP. ALSO THREE DEMONSTRATORS AT $400. UNDER FACTORY PRICE Also 43 Used Cars--A lot of them are one owner 1195 s895 '995 '300 1 owner and dream boats.. Low mileage fully equipped. .Save $695 STOP ci SIX HEW PLYMOUTHS FACTORY COST PRICE T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 29 1955 Fund Drive Continued From Page 1) Jtion of a few who have not re­ ported are listed below: UNIT PER CAPITA STANDINGS GENERAL AND SPECIAL STAFF SECTIONS OF III CORPS UNIT Office of Chief of Staff Comptroller AC-S G4 Post Exchange Inspector General Judse Advocate Chemical Supply USA Hospital Civilian Personnel Corps Engineer Post Engineer Finance and Sup' Co UNITS Ha 4th Armd Div Hq Co 24 AEB Co A Co Co Co E Med 24 AEB 144 Sig 404 MP Div Arty Ha Btry 22 AFA Btrv A Btrv Btry Svc Btrv 22 AFA Ha Btry 66 AFA Btrv A Btry Btry Svc Btry 66 AFA Ha Btry 94 AFA Btry A Btrv Btry Svc Btry 94 AFA Hq Btry 197 AFA Btry A Btry Btry Svc Btry 197 AFA Ha Btry 195 AAA Btry A Btry Btry Med Div Arty CCA 35 Tk Bn Hq Co Co A Co Co Med 35 Tk Bn Hq Co 704 Tk Bn -Co A ^Hid 704 Tk Bn Hq 51 AIB Co Co A Co Co Med 51 AIB Ha Co 4th Armd Div CCB Hq Co 508 Tk Bn Co A Co Co Hq Co 510 AIB Co A Co Co Med 510 AIB Ha Co 512 AIB Co A Co Co Med 512 AIB CC Hq Co 25 Recon Bn Co A Co Co Med 25 Recon Bn Ha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 September 1955

Page Twelve JlMDyer Co. TEMPLE Dyer's Men's Store Temple is the spot- for Catalina Cashmerinos Luxury sweaters that are 40% pure cashmere blended with wool zephyr and nylon. Perfectfor a luxury look yet they wash so easily wear so well. Heather colors. Sizes 36 to 46. 13.95 Mayfair Slacks for good fit. Choose from our fine selections in worsted flannels sheen gabs splashed Fiberenes 14.95 to 17.95 WHAT A WONDERFUL fore­ cast. Rain and high winds fol­ lowed by shapely Dianne Fos­ ter. Saucy Dianne who has stirred up quite a tempest on the west coast (not the east) is bound to breeze to the top at Columbia Pictures. Hood Library Displays Old Manuscripts So you think your handwriting is terrible? Don't be disturbed. This could mean that you may be pres­ ident some day or a famous writer—or an admiral in the Tex­ as Navy. If you doubt that our great men had anything but per­ an us he display of manuscript facsimiles now on display at ACADEMIC LI­ BRARY. A collection of reproduc­ tions o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 29 1955 Raoylty—during His duty hours at least. But 1st Armored Div M-Sgt. Charles V. Caffey a ntive Texan can tell you of three months dur­ ing his Army career when he was honorary aide to King Farouk of Egypt. He accompanied King Farouk on trips through the king­ dom and represented the United Stats in the Egyptian Crown Rifle and Pistol Match not as a par­ ticipant but in his normal admin­ istrative duties. Arabic-speaking Caffey now per­ forms administrative functions as Co "C." "Those days in North Africa brings back pleasant memories" says Caffey recently returned from a special military assign­ ment in Thailand. With practically 10 of his 20 years active Army service spent over­ seas the sergeant's military ca­ reer presents an intersting study. He first entered the sex-vice in San Antonio in September 1935 and was assigned to the 15th Field Artillery Regiment of the Second Infantry Division. After five years of supply duty with the 15th and 77th Field Ar When ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 September 1955

Page Fourteen 16-4th AD Men Leave For Service Schools Six officers and ten enlisted men of the 4th Armored Division de parted this week to attend serv­ ice schools throughout the coun try as training within the division continued at a rapid rate. Five of the officers will attend classes at the U. S. Air Force Ground Operations School South­ ern Pines N. C. Attending the Specialists Class are Maj. Wil­ liam A. Wood Hq and Hq Co. Div Trains Capt. Norwood F. Boop Hq Btry DivArty and 1st Lt. Baird P. Bryson "C" Btry 22nd AFA. Capt. William 0. Cherry Hq Weekly Recipe Prepared and Tested by the Food Service School COCONUT CREAM PIE FILLING Sugar 2/3 cup cornstarch 2 ozs. salt teaspoon milk 1 cup water 1 cup vanilla tea­ spoon eggs 2 (separate yolks and beat slightly) butter 1 tablespoon coconut shredded 1 cup. PREPARATION NOTES: 1. Mix cornstarch with *4 cup cold milk. Blend until smooth. 2. Add remaining cup milk sugar and salt to water. Bring to boil. 3. Add cornstarch and milk mix­ tur...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 September 1955

Thursday Sept. 29 1955 & I fie MEMBERS of Headquarters Co III Corps received instruction last Saturday morning in the art of using gas masks. Men of the company were given instructions in the use of gas masks and then required to enter the Post Gas Chamber and remove their masks. Instructing M-Sgt. Joseph McCord chief in the Chief of Staff of­ fice is Major Francis A. Bader III Corps Chemical Officer. The training was in preparation for Exercise SAGE BRUSH. (U.S. Army Photo by Ross) 2ND LT. SCHEVIANSKI has a member of the 53rd Signal Bn re­ move his gas mask and repeat his name. Testing gas masks in the post gas chamber is part of the preparation for ATFA personnel participating in the forthcoming maneuver "Exerecise Sage Brush". (U.S. Army Photo by Robinson) 1st AD Companies Get Awards Century Late Two awards were given a 1st Armored Div unit recently—more than 100 years after the companies had distinquished themselves in ac­ tion during the settlement of the West. Sterling sil...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 September 1955

Page Sixteen Paris Casablanca Bordeau Rome Munich Zurich and Salz­ burg were recently visited by two soldiers from the 96th QM Bn. (605th QM Laundry Co. during a 30-day leave. The "dream trip" originated during a barracks bull session last Christmas Day when Sp3 John S. Mapes and Cpl. Arthur R. Cehrling started talking about where they were going to spend their leave. Gehrling who formerly lived in a small town near Nuernberg Ger­ many suggested a trip to Europe. Several months were spent in making preparations for the trip. Passports had to b'e obtained as AS LITTLE "DIFFERENCE" AS YOU CAN TODAY! NEW CHEVROLETS $1595 *3000 YOUR CHOICE OF COLORS AND MODELS IT'S WHAT YOU PAY AFTER YOUR TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE THAT COUNTS! "If You Trade Without Seeing Us—We Both Lose Money' LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE: Two Soldiers View Old World Charms well as visas secured. Finally 'D-Day' arrived for the QM laun- drymen. With their leave papers passports and baggage in hand they caught a bus to San Antonio for...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 September 1955

Thurgday Sept. 29 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory LEWIS CASS & YARBOROUGH ATTORNEYS AT LAW 4tli Street and Avenue Killeen. Texas. Phone l'lfl'll NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 4.15 N. (Jra.v Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY.. SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law lemple 1'exas First Nat'I Bldg Ph. 3-5254 TOM CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratiiff Building 4th & Ave. Phone 4.i91 CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorneys at Law Wood Building ®ray & Ave. Phone ANNOUNCEMENT? PERSONALS B-9 JOHNSON'S NURSERY SCHOOL: OPEN from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. five days a week. Ages :s-5. Price: Slo per month. A mother with B.A. degree and former riurserv school experience. Contact 814 Estelle Ave.. Killeen Heights Phone K-10354. RENTALS MRTMENTS 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 1-6301 or 1-5371. FOR RENT: ONE TWO AND THREE bed...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 September 1955

Page Eighteen By JOHN FISHER Outstanding in the field where the unit distinguished itself in Ex­ ercise Blue Bolt as well as in garrison where it recently com­ pleted the annual I. G. inspection and received the first Superior rat­ ing given since the reactivation of the division the 51st Armored In­ fantry Battalion stands high among units in the 4th Armored Division. fuIly. The on]y FINANCE CORP. M\ ^||g|F LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE talion in the division that was formerly a regiment the 51st has seven campaign streamers two of them for WW I two additional stramers and fourragere flying from the color staff. The old 51st Infantry Regiment was organized 22 May 1917 at Chickamauga Park Georgia from personnel of the 11th Infan­ try Regiment. During World War THREE HONOR STUDENTS of the recent graduating class of the Intermediate Radio Operators Course 144th ASB are congratu- and Privates Harold Morgan and Roger Dollinger Hq's Co Divi- comniander. Left to right are Pvt John Fullerton 144th ...

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

VOL. 9 No. 40 HELP PREVENT FIRES- LETS HAVE A FIRE-FREE YEAR AT FORT HOOD. This is the theme of the Fort Hood Fire Department during National Fire Prevention Week October 9-15. The observance of National Fire Prevention Week is being handl­ ed here at Fort Hood by Lt. Col. L. R. Moore Post Engineer Of­ 53rd Signal Off Tor The 53d Signal Battalion is mov- to the Louisiana maneuver area in its entirety this week. ing The 53d will provide commun­ ications support for Aggressor forces on "Operation Sagebrush." The advance party left for Lou­ isiana on the 4th. Three compan­ ies are going by convoy today and two companies are making the trip tomorrow. The move to 4th AD Gets New Members In Association With the 4th Armored Division Association's drive for new mem­ bers less than one week old Hq. Co. CC "A" becomes fhe first unit to score with 100 per cent mem­ bership. The unit commanded by Capt. Benjamin C. Polonsky added 83 new members to the association. The present drive was initiated...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 October 1955

Page Two Old Ironsides GENERAL GOES NAME STAYS Bri*. Gen. George A. Rehm (center) and Mrs. Rehm say goodbye to their son 1st Lt. Thomas A. Rehm as the general retires as assistant 1st Armored Division commander and after 35 years of active duty with the Army. Gen. Rehm has been assistant division commander since May 30 1954. Lt. Rehm is with the 4th Armored Division's CC "A". (Official U.S. Army Photo) Division Honors Gen. Rehm On Retirement Brig. General George A. Rehm assistant commander of the First Armored Division retired last Fri­ day after more than 35 years of continuous military service. In his honor the entire 12000- man division passed in review be­ fore the generalwho command­ ed "Old Ironsides" this year for two months prior to the arrival of Maj. Gen. Robert L. Howze. As the General and his wife set­ tled in their car to drive away from the main gate Mrs. Rehm remarked to post commander Maj. General Thomas L. Harrold "This is Mr. Rehm now. Mr. and Mrs. Rehm." Gen. Rehm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 61955 On Saturday Oct. 8 at Red Lind- sey Field at 6 o'clock the in Corps Special Services will pre­ sent the "PRESTON FOSTER SHOW" with "Quintetto Allegro" and Sheila D'Arcy. The "QUINTETTO ALLEGRO" (which means the lively five) is a group of five Italian musicians and entertainers who have had a varied and colorful past. The group has been together al­ most all their lives all having been born in Florence Italy. They were in the Italian Army together captured by the Germans and lib­ erated by the Americans. They got their first taste of entertain­ ing for American audiences dur­ ing the occupation when they per­ formed for American soldiers. Encouraged by American sold­ iers everywhere they went they set their sights on America but found they could get no closer than Mexico. They* knocked around Mexico for some six years trying to get visas to the U. S. A Mrs. Arthur Jones from Mer­ cedes Texas took their problems to heart and through constant letterwriting finally g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 October 1955

Page Four Congress. rublUkeo in thf Intereai of the military elTtllM perseiinel »t f»rt every Tlmrndw by the Temple S»le» Circular Company Temple. Xex»*. Policies »n« Ktatpmonrh refleete. In the news and editorial columns represent views £e writers and under ne circumstances are to be considered those of the of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute it! nepartmeai of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter fW publication shouM bi sent to the PubUc Informatioa Office Armored Sentinel Fort Hood telephone 35113. This is not an official army newspaper however this publi- tation receives Armed Forces Press Service material and papers are authorized reprint non-copyrichted AFPS material without written permission from At Po. Advertising copy should be seat to: Easiness Office P.O. Bo* 419 Temple Texas. Subscription off post. $3 00 per year 1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. All pictures are United States Army Signal Corps phot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 6 1955 Officers Wives Sponsor Luncheon The Officers Wives Club of CC "A" 4th Armored Division will sponsor a fashion show luncheon October 6 at one o'clock in the Main Officers Open Mess. Officers wives of the 25th Re- pqnaissance Battalion 51st Al­ fred Infantry Battalion and the ^T)4th Tank Battalion will model dre'sses from Sutton's Department Store in Killeen. All members of the organization are urged to attend. For further informaton members are asked to contact Mrs. Roland Renwanz or Mrs. Wing S. Jung. About ten million convention guests visit hotels to attend 18- 000 meetings each year. Want to make her think of you first —And always BETTER- FLORAL arrangements FOR. ANYEVENT 1 MOTHERS OF BROWNIE SCOUTS of Hood Village met last week to give their backing to Brownie Scout activities. Shown in the picture (from left to right) are some mothers who volunteered their help. Mrs. Yoko Marfoud Mrs. Martha Crawford leader Mrs. Harriett McCauley committee moth­ er Mrs. Pat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 October 1955

Page Six SPORTS Parade By Einilio Carmona Follow World Series In The Field Myron Henry our colleague of the First Armored Division sports desk brings to our attention the way some fans listened to the 1955 World Series while out on field maneuvers. Informs Henry: The attention fthe world this week was focused on New York and the World Series. So it was no small wonder that when the men of the 1st Armd Div took off for the field the day of the sixth game and "Operation Whirlwind" a member of the radio section of the publi6 information off ice should attempt to listen in. But listening to a ball game in the field is not easily done and is harder yet when attempted with a three-dollar crystal set. Yet SP3 Dick Semaan of Houston armed with a USAFI (United States Armed Forces Institute) course in radio and the crude elements of a 1920 radio set. DID listen to parts of both the sixth and seventh games and with great success. Semaan bought the material for the set while in the midst of the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 October 1955

A?" iv Thursday Oct. 6 1955 A 37 yard touchdown pass by quarterback Julius Ladson in the last minute of play enabled the Fourth. Armored Division's 24th Ar­ mored Engineer Battalion to squeeze out a 13-12 victory over the 510th Armored Infantry Bat­ talion to win the Post Touch Foot­ ball Championship Friday. Trailing 12-7 at the time the pass to end Bobby Poland was the climax of a stirring fourth quar­ ter rally by the Engineers. The 510th also from the 4th Ar­ mored scored early on two pass plays to take a two-touchdown lead. They held the Engineers in check until midway in the last quarter when Ladson uncorked a long pass When in Temple a \~PiS 3GTO0 IVA E. STARNES 13 E. CENTRAL TEMPLE •ar Hip- w" Edge Infantrymen 13-12 Capture Post T-Grid Title to end Don Eirick for the first of mander was on hand after the his two TD throws. Ladson also kicked the extra point that later was to prove the winning margin. After several exchanges the 24th managed to work the ball to the I an 3 7 a...

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

Page Eight Fourth Army rifle teams made an outstanding showing in the 1955 National Matches at Camp Perry Ohio. In a field of 53 teams Fourth Army placed fourth in the National Trophy Team Match with a score of 1367x1500 besting both U. S. Army teams. The Marine Corps won first and second places and Third Army came in third. Members of the Fourth Army team were Col. E. B. Skinner Camp Chaffee Ark. 2nd Lt. Alfred P. Williams and el a in Hood Tex. SFC Joseph E. Kelley and PFC Lawrence D. Houston Fort Sill Okla. and SFC John D. Martin ROTC Arkansas Polytechnic College. Fourth Army's White team won first place in the master class in the Enlisted Men's Trophy Match. Skinner Roberts Kelley Houston and Martin were also members of this team. The other member was 1st Lt. Jack Rinehart of Fort Sill. In the Roumanian Trophy Match A W it am first in the expert class and Fourth Army's Blue team won second in the sharpshooter class. Third place was won by Fourth Army's White am in he Match. In th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 October 1955

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