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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 October 1955

Papc Ten moto? ca -y '•'\K' "wwoeausocaioaowag^^ YOUNG MOTOR CO .-W AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER—PHONE 15461 SPECIALS THIS WEEK 1954 Chevrolet 1953 Ford 1952 Nash 2-1952 Chrysler 2-1952 Ply mouths 1951 Oldsmobile Four door. A clean car. S1195 $1195 Bel Aire Loaded Victoria All Equipment.... $895 equipped and nice 795 One owner cars ALSO 2 CHRYSLER DEMONSTRATORS 1 PLYMOUTH DEMONSTRATOR $795 AND Because We Deal in LARGE VOLUME YOU CAN HAVE... THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS LOW DOWN PAYMENTS UP TO 30 MONTHS TO PAY OVERSEAS FINANCING IRA SHOP AT IRA YOUNG'S That Means a ^^h&cd&t ^e&efiou For You! FINANCING NO MATTER WHAT YOUR RANK! itm IRA YOUNG AUTO CO TOS! 500 1951 Mercury THREE LOCATIONS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE LARGEST CAR DEALER IN CENTRAL TEXAS AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS NASH DEALER {fat 250 CARS Id cfoote/fcm/ *0U/ NEW FORDS and 1955 CHEVROLETS under list 1952 Chevrolet 1951 Ford Fordor Fully equipped.. Fully equipped 1951 Ford Convertible 2LJ695 1953 Chevrolet...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 61955 PFC Joseph Stevens Co "B" 53rd Sig. Bn. is a bandleader who at present has no band to lead Stevens has had his own hillbilly band at three different posts and had one in the 53rd until recently when some of the mainstays were discharged. Playing a guitar when he was 10 years old he picked up skill on the mandolin and banjo as well. From 14 to 16 he played with a local Delaware band. He later had two radio shows each week over two different Wilmington stations. "Charitable organizations have been my most enjoyable playing work" said Stevens.1 "Particularly re a in as a in or blind who would get out their own Double Dresser and Mirror Bookcase Bed 4 Drawer Chest beautiful hand rubbed finish a warm silvery-grey tone Also available in beautiful— hand rubbed warm silvery-grey tone Punishment-Taking PaMtyte Tops/ For crisp modern contrast and carefree practicality you can have this grouping in the warm cinna mon color with white Panelyte plastic tops if you prefer! 2 P...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 October 1955

Page Twelve Located 500 yards from Pilot Knob Ranch House the academy Western Tenderfoots Taught Artf Of Riding At Academy RIDE TENDERFOOT RIDE —I offers a string of fine gentle Military personnel and their de- horses for the novice and some pendents upon receiving assign-1 spirited jumpers for those who ments to Texas for the first time think of the wide spaces ctid the cowboys and horses—the team that brought civilization to the plains and earned a high berth for themselves in the history of the development of the west. Here at Fort Hood where tanks and other armored vehicles are common sights military person­ nel and their dependents are still getting a touch of the "Old West" by visiting the Fort Hood Post Exchange Riding Academy where they are getting the feel of hoi'se- flesh under them and are learn­ ing to master the art of horse­ back riding. have mastered the basic art of riding. Mr. Marvin Hoyle a horse train­ er for more than twenty years is the manager of the academy an...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 61955 By TED Sf ANTON Soldier-oilers are loading 60000 to 100000 gallons of gas a day enough to drive your car a million miles to keep the First Armored Division'and III Corps rolling dur­ ing training maneuvers this week. The men two sections of the 602nd Qm Petroleum Supply Co fill 12000 or more five-gallon cans a day at the two gasoline supply points the company has set up on post. In this position General Gavin will be responsible for planning reviewing and implementing re­ search and development within the Department of the Army. In addition he will be respon­ sible for coordination of such ac­ tivities with the Department of De­ fense and other Armed Services. "The appointment reflects the strong emphasis the army is giv­ ing to the research and develop­ ment field" Mr. Brucker stated. In the new position General Gavin's activities will be correla­ ted with those of William H. Mar­ tin recently named Director of Re­ 602nd Quartermaster Company Keeps 1st AD-III Co...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 October 1955

Page Fourteen Promotions to Master Sergeant for September in the 4th ArAiored Division included Van O. Baggett 704th Tank Bn and Elmer D. Pat­ terson 35th Tank Bn. Appointments to Sergeant First Class included Graciano Saldibar 553rd AIB Cecil G. Perkins 22nd AFA Bn Earl J. Smith 512th AIB and Fred Adams 404th MP Co. presently on temporary duty with the Division Aviation Co. Harrell H. Horton 553rdAIB Boyd P. White 22nd AFA Bn James Chamblee 35th Tk Bn Har- land L. Brunk Jr. and Robert E. Constant 512th AIB Lowell F. Humphrey Division Hq Co. and Luis A. Quiles-Guzman 512th AIB all received promotions to the rank of Sergeant. Several enlisted men through­ out the division atained the rank of Specialist Second Class. They include: Charles E. Burt Melvin J. Gronau and Robert C. Nich­ ols Louis E. Cotanzo James A. Coble Luis Fuentes-Valentin Can- dido Morales-Rodriguez Misail Ortiz-Diaz Joseph N. Catarella Jr. Bernis McLauchlin Walter M. Nells William Pla David C. Poore Walter M. Tanaka...

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

Thursday Oct. 61955 LEGALS legal 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 1 It: Texas Ph. 3-5254 Temple First Nat'l Bids. TOM CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratliff Building 4th & Ave. Phone 4591 CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorneys at Law Wood Building Gray & Ave. Phone 3881 ANNOUNCEMENTS Personals B-2 JOHNSON'S NURSERY SCHOOL: OPEN from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. five days a week. Ages 3-5. Pricc: S15 per month. A mother with B.A. degree and former nurserv school experience. Contact 834 Estelle Ave.. Killeen Heights Phone K-10354. SERVICES transportation C-14 /ANTED: TWO WOMEN RIDERS ON share-the-cost basis for trip to vicinity Meridian. Miss. or York. Ala. Leaving Killeen on 25 October. Call Mrs. P. M. Johnston at 775S in Killeen. Radio Television Service C-18 RADIO AND TV SERVICE CALL SGT. BALLARD Kil...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 October 1955

Page Sixteen 605th QM Laim 'Pie every day and chicken on Sunday' has come true to men of the 605th Quartermaster Laundry Company 96th Qm Bn. Not that all mess halls here at 50 million times a day at home at work or on the way There's nothing like a 1. SO BRIGHT IN TASTE... nothing like it for sparkling tangy goodness. 2. SO QUICKLY REFRESHING nothing like it for a bracing bit of energy with as few calories as half an average juicy grapefruit. Fort Hood don't feed much better than the average civiliar house­ hold but the few extra touches given the food by the mess super­ visor SFC Howard R. Southard BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. "Coke" it a ragittercd trade-mark. 1955 THE COCA-COLA COMPANY See The beautiful new BEST TRADES ANYWHERE OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK TEMPLE WACO make his dining hall one of the outstanding at Fort Hood. Soup twice daily as well as in­ iv id a a ad a is he trays of the Quartermaster laun- drymen. Bones obtaine...

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

VOL. 9 No. 41 HEADQUARTERS MANEUVER DIRECTOR LANGLEY AFB Va. —"A man's home is his castle and his property rights will be protect­ ed by law." This age-old adage is one that will be strictly adhered to by the Armed Forces as they maneuver some 100000 Army combat troops over 7-million acres of Louisiana real estate during Exercise "Sage Brush." The ma­ neuver a 45-day atomic-age com- at training exercise is slated to et underway in the Camp Polk rea on October 31. it 9 Much of the land which will be utilized as a "battleground" is privately owned property leased by the Armed Forces for this exer­ cise. The Army and Air Force have obtained the right to enter on the lands and engage in ma­ Hattie Carnegie the renowned New York designer would go wild with ecstasy if she saw the men of the 4th AD slated to participate in Exercise "Sage Brush" dressed in their full battle regalia. Clad in a striking olive-green and red motif the Aggressors arfe destined to startle the sartorial set down i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 October 1955

Page Two There were many units function­ in in he el E is "Whirlwind" and the Second Pla­ toon of "C" Co 25th Recon Bn was typical of these. The platoon part of Aggressor Task Force Crane which on Mon­ day night had encamped in tem­ porary positions on the north side of Nolan Creek—the extreme right 25th Recoil Is Aggressor To Hilt During Whirlwind flank of the aggressor army—was commanded by 2nd Lt. Feaster K. Taylor of Little Rock Ark. At 5 a.m. when the men rose it was dark and the only lights vis­ ible came from the fires under­ at he an flashlight that one of the cooks held up to the scrambled eggs as he stirred them up and portioned SFC T. J. Cronan of the 1st Armored Division's Combat Aviation Company prepares to drop a bundle of Armored Sentinels to "Old Ironsides" troops in the field for Operation "Whirlwind" last week. A helicopter piloted by Capt. David Coers of San Francisco made more than ten "drops' 'of papers to the troops. SFC Cronan line chief is from Reading Pa. (O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 131955 Shep Fields OrchToPlay At Arena No. 1 Shep Fields and his Rippling Rhythm Orchestra will play for an other big dance in the Sports Arena No. 1 Sunday October 23 from 2:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. The well-known band leader who will let his rhythm ripple through Sports Arena No. 1 has been a a long while. He has known just about everyone of impor­ tance in music and his person­ al friendships list reads like a "Who's Who." A maestro for more than a decade he has traveled the length and breadth of America playing every big and small town that has a ball room or theatre. The band will feature vocalsits Bob Podell and lovely Jackie Aus­ tin along with Piccolo Virtuose Ed­ die Fatteben and accordian Virtu­ oso Carl Micarelli. Remember the dance starts promptly at 2:00 Sunday afternoon and lasts until 6:00. The Hostesses will come from the Austin Dallas and Waco USO's. GRAY TO STAY Gray-garbed U. S. postmen are due for sprucing up While the color of their uniform which da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 October 1955

Page Four TOVTNSENn FIELD ALICE GORMLE* 12U East 42nd Street I'ubitshen In thr Interest of the military ana clTlli*n personnel »t F*rt Heod. Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and statement reflecte. In the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and under nr circumstances are to be considered those *1 the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement oy Htf Department of Defensr of the products or services *^*e'Wsed. AU news matter for publication sboul'l be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel Fort flood telephone 35113. This is not an official army newspaper however this publi­ cation receives Armed I'orres I'ress Service material and papers are authorized reprint non-copyrichted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertlstni copy should be sent to: business Office P.O. Box 419 Temple Texas. Subscription off post. $3-00 per ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 131955 LITTLE MISSES MODEL—Mollie Maglamcry and Randy Miller show clothes the little miss will wear for work and play. (U. S. Army Photo by Fyfe.) JjadiM y&uJth tfdwiticA-'Sunday Sdiool AROUND THE POST By RUTH ELLIOTT The football the Tankers are playing this year is good. In spite of the score the game Friday night was one you did not leave un­ til the final whistle blew. Wives of the Air Section here at Fort Hood are perturbed because people confuse the Air Section with the Air Corps. Members of the Air Operation New Arrivals Wives of the 512 AIB CCB 4th AD have organized a project to help dependents of the men who will be on maneuvers from Oct. 24 to Dec. 15. It is called "Op­ eration New Arrivals" and is or­ ganized to care for the 18 new babies expected by families dur­ ing the meaneuver time. Officers' wives have formed the organizing and coordinating com­ mittee. It is their job to set up the plan contact the expectant mothers find out their needs de­ livery...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 October 1955

Page Six By Emilio Carmona Omar Darty Leaves Fort Hood Omar Darty light middleweight of Fort Hood is leaving pretty soon for an overseas assignment. Darty will leave this post but all the boxing fans will remember him as one of the best amateur gladia­ tors ever seen on this vast military reservation. The lanky fighter came to Fort Hood from Camp Polk where he was crowned champion in 1953. Later he went to the Fourth Army matches and grabbed the title. Last March -fighting for the Fourth Armored Division team Omar defeated all rivals and con­ quered the light middle title of Hood. He traveled to the Fourth Army and defeated Bob Samaniego of Fort Sill Okla. to win a trip to the All-Army tournament. He reached the finals losing a close decision to Abe Linnear of Fort Lewis Wash. Besides being one of the best boxers on the Fourth Armored Di­ vision team Darty is quite a sol­ dier. He is a Master Sergeant in Company "A" of the 51st Armored Infantry Battalion where he has oOo set example...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 131955 Curcillo Leads Visitors' Attack Fort Carson turned a second pe riod Tanker fumble deep in Hood territory into a touchdown then marched 83 yards in the third pe riod for another to take a 14 to 7 win over Hood's Tankers on Prich- ard Field last Friday night. But in their first defeat of the current season the Tankers looked good played well and hard and had an edge in the final statistics even though they were outweighed 30 pounds per man in the line. It was mainly a battle of first-line a a coach substituted to any great ex­ am played a terrific game for Hood was in there the entire 60 min- utes as were others on each l^Jrhe invaders were trailing 7-0 when they cashed in on their big break to tie the score ifx the sec­ ond quarter. Halfback Carl Mayes put Hood ahead on a. two-yard CARL MAYES plunge early in the first after a re vi us a iv a halted on the Carson three. He then converted from placement. His score came on the seventh play of a series that started o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 October 1955

MmmmrnM il YOUNG MOTOR CO B3A AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER PHOHE 15461 OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. DAILY FOR A FINE SELECTION OF NEW and USED CARS Come by and see us WE WANT TO TRADE WITH YOU TODAY THE THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS /WW*#?'* 1951 BUICK 1951 PONTIAC IRA YOUNG LARGEST CAR DEALER IN CENTRAL TEXAS AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-HASH DEALER LIKE DAVY CROCKETT IRA YOUNG GREATER SELECTION IRA YOUNG AUTO CO. *R!R Super Loaded LOWER DOWN PAYMENTS UP TO 30 MONTHS TO PAY OVERSEAS FINANCING FINANCING REGARDLESS OF RANK ___ 'SM '&'M'** tSl v^ VISIT OUR TEMPLE SHOW ROOM We have a large selection of good clean used cars 1951 FORD L-aded Loaded "SxrV $6951 '795 I SAVE $500 ON NEW FORDS and CHEVR0LETS Leaded *795 1949 DESOTO 1953 FORD Loaded one owner low mileage OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. DAILY yt&itS Thursday Oct. 13 1953' i' 3SX* «s» $295 995

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 13 1955 An Hawiian-born 4th Armored Division man has a civilian back­ ground that suits navy life on the choppy seas far b$ter than the job he has as an infantryman in sandy Texas. "Cpl. Charles C. Lake as assist­ ant squad leader in Co "A" 553d Armored Infantry Battalion sailed at' least one of the Seven Seas in a sampan fishing for tuna before he enlisted in the Army in Hono­ lulu. The sampan a fishing ves­ sel used for years by Hawiian sailors took him out in search of the tuna schools for as long as" two months at a time. The ship's run was from Hawii to American Samoa. In a month's 50 million times a day at home at work or while at play 1. SO BRIGHT .. so right for you ... so tangy in taste ever-fresh in sparkle. 2. SO BRACING ... so quickly refreshing with its bit of wholesome energy. TEMPLE Phone PR3-6878 Hawaiian-Born Soldier Has better Sailor Qualifications voyage the haul would be sometimes as high as three or four thousand tons of fish. The fish weren't all ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 October 1955

Page Ten Eelctronics are playing a major role in today's army and M-Sgt. Joe A. Douglas a member of the 4005th Enlisted Detachment has watched them grow from their in­ fancy. An electronics graduate from the University of California in 1939 he has been working eating and sleeping electronics since his en­ try into the army in April 1941. "Electronics are very fasci­ nating and the million uses the army finds for them is twice as fascinating" stated Sgt. Douglas. Entering the army in April 1941 as it A Signal Corps in Europe Africa 5:45 Tune Wranglers: News 6:00 Ft. Hood Special 6:15 Ft. Hood Special 6:30 News Wther Mkts. 6:45 Polka Time: Spts. ~7:00 News Ready Set Go 7:15 Ready Set Go 7:30 News 7:45 Dunkin' Time 8:00 News Dunkin' Time 8:30 News Tunes 'n Time 8:45 Lombardo Time 5:45 Tune Wranglers: News 6:00 Ft. Hood Special 6:15 Ft. Hood Special 6:30 News Wther Mkts. 6:45 Polka Time: Spts. ~7:00 News Ready Set Go 7:15 Ready Set Go 7:30 News 7:45 Dunkin' Time 8:00 News Dunkin' Time 8...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 13 1955 1 stuff' LEGALS Legal Directory A-l 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 I'emple. First Nat'i Bide. 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 MS81 ANNOUNCEMENTS Personals B-2 JOHNSON'S NURSERY SCHOOL: OPEN from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. live days a week. Ages 3-5. Price: S15 per month. A mother with B.A. degree and former nurserv school experience. Contact 834 Estelle Ave.. Killeen Heights Phone K-10354. SERVICES importation C-14 TRANSPORTATION: AM OFERING FREE transportation to South Carolina in re­ turn for help with small baby while mother drives. Leaving on or about Oct­ ober 24th. Lt. Col. Pierpont. 434 Was- kow Ave.. Walker Village. Phone-—Kil­ leen. 6343. WANTED: T...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 October 1955

Page Twelve KP And 'Sniffles' Don't Mix At Dix FORT DIX N. J. (AFPS) —This is nothing to sneeze at. Mess officers here have been or­ dered to excuse men from KP duty if they have a cold or show symptoms of coming down with one. It's part of a campaign at this basic training center to control the spread of colds with the coming of winter. So far officers say there has been no sudden "epi­ demic" among men on the KP rpsters as might have been ex­ pected. PAINTINGS GIVEN TO AF NEW YORK (AFPS) The So­ ciety of Illustrators here has pre­ sented the Air Force with paint­ ings and sketches as part of a project for documenting the work of the service. Lt. Gen. Emmett O'Donnell re­ ceived the works on behalf of the AF. GFA. GOODE OIL CO. Phone 139B3 We pick up and return your car SERVICE STATION—ON HI WAY 190 Customline Tudor and its Fordor companion feature a new and distinctively contoured body molding for 1956. Mainline Fordor is a refreshingly clean-lined beauty as are its "running mates...

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

#World VOL. 9 No. 42 Brig. Gen. Paul Alfred Disney new Assistant Commander of the 4th Armored Division will assume hte duties here this morning. Gen. Disney whose last assign­ Brigadier General W. Paul John­ son moved to the position of Dep­ uty Corps Commander and Bri­ gadier General Theodore T. King was appointed as Corps Chief of Staff in an important announce­ ment of staff assignments this week by Major General Thomas L. Harrold III Corps and Fort Hood Commander. This announcement by the III Corps Commander came in the midst cf intensive preparation by Corps Headquarters for its ap­ proaching participation in Exercise SAGEBRUSH the largest joint ma­ neuver to be held since World War n. General Johnson who came to Fort Hood in July 1954 has served as the top Corps Staff Officer dur­ ing all that period and has helped direct operations of the corps through a number of field exer­ cises. Prior to his assignment at Fort Hood General Johnson spent sev­ eral months at the National Wa...

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