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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

Page Tw« By JERRY STREAK Specialist Third Class Tadeusz Przegalinski a vehicle mechanic with the 4th Armored Divi­ sion's 704th Tank Battalion is a man with a history of strife in his memory. In the annals of warfare there have been men who have fought in more than one war in their life­ time. Other men driven from their homelands have taken up arms elsewhere against the same kind of tyranny that had made them exiles. Unfortunately there have been those throughout history who THE PRICE: 39.95 'Home of have experienced combat before their times. Moreover only a handful of men—if any—have served in the armies of four nations at the age of twenty-four. Not many men have been twelve- years old when they initially became front-line soldiers. Specialist-3 Przengalinski was born in Kiev Russia in 1931. Be­ fore the Communists took over the country his family had owned a wheat farm. With the advent of the collective system their land was pooled with other farmland in the THE LONGS HAVE ARRI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 20 1955 Theater No. Theater No. Theater No. Theater No. Theater No. Theater No. Theater No. Theater No. Theater No. Theater No. THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Thursday October 20 Theater No. 1—"Three Stripes in the Sun" Aldo Ray Phil Carey Dick York Theater No. 2—"The Return of Jack Slade" John Ericson Mari Blan- chard Theater No.3—"I Died a Thousand Times" Jack Palance Shelly Winters Theater No 4—"Battle Cry" Van Heflin Aldo Ray Friday October 21 Winters 1—"Bengazi" Richard Conte Victor McLaglen 2—"Battle Cry" Van Heflin Aldo Ray 3—"I Died A Thousand Times" Jack Palance Shelley Winters 4—"The Naked Street" Farley Granger Anthony Quinn 5—"To Catch a Thief" Cary Grant Grace Kelly Saturday October 22 1—"I Died A thousand Times" Jack Palance Shelley Winters 2—"Battle Cry" Van Heflin Aldo Ray 3"The Return of Jack Slade" John Ericson Mari Blan- chard 4—"Queen Bee" Joan Crawford 5—"Three Stripes in the Sun" Aldo Ray Phil Carey Sunday October 23 Theater No. 1—"I Died A Thousand Times...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

Page Four rto fobUBheo In ttar Interest of the military ana TOWNSEND FIELD ALICE GORULGI V£i Kast 42na street cItIIIm every Thucuday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and •tatemonTb 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 the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products ot services advertised. AII news matter for publication should bi sent to the Publle Information Office. Armored Sentinel. Port Rood 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-copyrighted 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 per year $1.00 for three month...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 201955 Kay Bee Heights NCO Wives Club The NCO Wives club conducted a business meeting Tuesday Oct. 11th. Members answering the roll call were: Mesdames H. G. Der- stine L. F. Smith C. A. Coco Kay Bee Heights Girl Scouts This is a social organization for youngsters age ten through 13. They plan an entertainment sched­ ule and help with community af­ fairs. The Girl Scouts have elected their President Brooke Dick­ son. Secretary-treasurer Polly Ann Hempling. Patrol Leaders Claudine Mangum and Florence Meyer. At present these girls are looking forward to a father-daugh­ ter picnic which will be held in November. BROWNIE TROOP NO. 1 The Brownies are an auxiliary to the Girl Scouts. Brownie Troop No. 1 is composed of eight and nine year olds. Their meetings are held once a week. Officers are President Marks Schultneis. Secretary .Rebecca Metsel— (patrol leader). Ti'easurer Barbara Carver—(Patrol Leader). At the last meeting roll call was answei'ed by Paula Banks Ann Barber ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

Page Six About 7500 fans were in the stands at the 8 p.m. kickoff as the Fort Hood Tankers faced the Flyers of Ellington AFB. Weather was clear and cool no wind. End Jerry Janes kicked off for Hood Raster took it on his own five and was downed on the 31. Pei'kins got seven in a thrust at the left Thompson put it on the Flyer 40 then Perkins broke through the center and galloped to the Tanker 17. He cut to his left after getting through to daylight. He lost one on his next attempt but the play was nullified by a 15-yard penalty against Ellington. Thompson lost one and a pass was no good before Meilinger stopped Raster on the Hood 21 as he swept wide to his right. A fourth down pass was no good and Hood took over. Meilinger lost one in a try at the right side two passes fell in­ complete and Meilinger kicked to Thompson on is own 35. He return­ ed to the Hood 44. Perkins picked up five yards in two tries Thomp­ son got four on a pitch-out then Vick went up the middle for a first down ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 201955 Hoodmen Beat Strong Ft. Sill By llVz Last Week's Results Texas A&M 19 Texas Christian 16 Ark­ ansas 27. Texas 20 SMU 20 Rice 0 Bay­ lor 13 Washington 7. This Week's Schedule Saturday—Rice vs. Texas at Austin Texas A&M vs. Baylor at College Station SMU vs. Kansas at Lawrence Arkansas vs. Mississippi at Oxford Texas Christian vs. Miami at Miami night i. USED CAR PRICES SLASHED $100 to $500 We have to make room for more! No set down payment No set monthly payments SEE US LAST FOR THE BEST DEAL Boyd-Tarrant Motor Co. Inc. "Your Friendly Ford Dealer in TEMPLE 3rd at Ave. A—Ph. PR3-5258 Points In Long Battle llT.'i-l. —..J 1 3? T.» Ol nnn A lMffrtllnfl With outstanding performances in swimming diving baseball and volleyball Fort Hood won the 1955 Fourth Army Commander's Cup which is presented to the Class "A" installation having the great­ est number of points in athletic participation. The Tankers fought all the way in a real close battle with both Fort Sill ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

Page Eiglit Thomas J. Sands boxing. WAF. SPORTS Parade By Emilio Carmona Hood Tankers Ground Gainers The Fort Hood Tankers are averaging more than six yards each time they move the ball from scrimmage as they have won three games while losing only a 14-7 close one to Fort Carson Colo. In their four battles twelve Tankers back have carried the ball 125 times through the line for a total of 750 yards after losses from scrimmage have been deducted. Individually the ball-carriers averages start at an even 4 yards per try for the lowest to nine yards per carry for QB Jim Riddle of Wichita Falls and a former Hardin-Simmons star. According to Russ Jordan our statistician halfback George Rosso is going strong at an 8-yard clip followed by fullbak Steve Meilinger and halfback Carl Mayes both just over seven. In the aerial department three gridders have completed 31 of 74 tosses for 465 yards with five interceptions. That's an average of over 6 yards on each pass tried and 15 yards on each co...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 20 1955 Sunday Masses Hospital Chapel 37th Street West Chapel .. Brigade Ave. West Chapel 162nd Street Chapel |. Theater No. 1 isn OPERATION BLONDE WHY MGRSEftT A IVE BEEN VUHERE IN THE UP I.N WORLD HAVE fGR£ENLANP. YOU.gEENf Divine Services W PROSTESTANT Sunday School (Bldg. 443) Sunday 9:30 a.m. Bn. Ave. East Chapel Sunday 10:00-11:00 a.m. 6:30 p.m. Bn. Ave. West Chapel Sunday 9:00 11:00 a.m. Brigade Ave. East Chapel Sunday 10:00 11:00 a.m. Hood Village Chapel-Sunday School Sunday 9:45 a.m. Worship Service Sunday 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Hospital Chapel (Ward C-5) Sunday 9:00 a.m. North Fort Hood Chapel Sunday 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Stockade Chapel Sunday 10-45 a.m. Saturday 7:00 p.m. 37th Street East Chapel Sunday 10:00 11:00 a.m. 50th Street Chapel Sunday 10:00 11:00 a.m. 6:00 7:00 p.m. 52nd Street Chapel. Sunday 9:00 10:00 11:00 a.m. 162nd Street Chapel Sunday 10:00 a.m. 268th Street Chapel Sunday 11:00 a.m. Bldg. No. 233 CCB Worship Services Sunday 11:00 a.m. C...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

Page Ten Back to the forests and swamps after 14 years goes Sergeant Ber­ nard A. Nevel. The State of Lou­ isiana is no stranger to the 4th Armored Division section leader since the maneuvers of 1941-42 where he spent his first months in the Army with the 27th Infantry Division. The 35-year-old holder of the Bronze Star for valor Combat Infantryman's Badge and Purple Heart will make the re­ turn trip to the delta state this coming November and Decem­ ber for Exercise Sagebrush. Sergeant Nevel will be a scout section leader for the reconnais­ sance platoon of Hq Svc Co. 553rd A I in is an largest joint Army-Air Force ex­ ercise since World War II. Strange as it may seem after 15 years in the Army Fort Hood is the first military installation at which Sergeant Nevel has ever at on in in Army through the New York Na­ tional Guard prior to World War II. After four years of service with the 27th and 40th Infan­ iv is on Pacific during the war he was iv an on PURDIN'S WORM RANCH CATFISH BA...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 20 1955 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 Texas Ph. 3-5254 lemple First Nari' Birip. TOM CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratliff Building 4th & Ave. Phone 4391 CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorneys at Law Wood Building Gray & Ave. Phone 3SS1 ANNOUNCEMENTS Personals B-2 JOHNSON'S NURSERY SCHOOL: OPEN from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. five days a week. Ages 3-5. Price. S35 per month. A mother with B.A. degree and former nurserv school experience. Contact 814 Estelle Ave.. Killeen Heights Phone K-3CI354. Lost and Found B-6 IOST: BLO.\L COCKER DOG. 6 Months 'old: has collar with Fort Hood rabies tag. Contact Sgt. Rowe Gold Rocket Trailer Court or Phone Killeen 10512. SERVICES Transportation C-14 W A N E RIDERS LEAVING FOR NE- braska around Oct. 26th. Would like to have someon...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

Page Twelve Fourteen years in the Army .nine of them in Military Police duty have provided Master Ser­ geant Robert J. Gust of the 404th MP Company with some thrills and a lot of laughs. Sgt. Gust originally of Mineap- olis Minn. is now Field First Ser­ geant of the sharp MP company the unit that has been Company of the Month in the 4th Armored Di­ vision more times than any other. Likeable Sgt. Gust now 33 years old has a sense of humor much akin to that of the "genial cop on he or in an to neighborhood.. Desk duty at Fort Belvoir Va. in 1952 provided a good deal of humor along with the usual tasks. Like the desk sergeant in a civil­ ian police department he took all phoned complaints. 'All kinds of crazy things came up" he recalls. People called in 'complaining about wild parties 1952 CADILLAC 1955 FORD Gust dispatched aid promptly whenever he could but one per­ sistent caller didn't get much sat­ isfaction. He remembers a 'man bites dog' story that actually happened at Belvoir. A...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

smA LISTEN TO THIS PETE. DAD'S GOT BOX SEATS FOR US FOR THE WORLD SERIES SATURDAY -5 THERE'S AN IDEA. MAYBE WE COULD PLY HOME. NOPE BUT '8-)k AND MAyBE WE COULD PAWN THE BARRACKS TO PAy OUR FARE. LET'S FACE IT. WE'LL HAVE TO PASS UP THOSE BOX SEATS. s?"/ 7"^-V"Z THE ROUND TRIP TO My TOWN IS LESS THAN 30 DOLLARS AND IT GIVES ME AN EXTRA DAY AT HOME. PARTNER LEAVE US MAKE TRACKS TO THE NEAREST -v#~» PHONE BOOTH !l^HsLAND GET THE FACTS. «0 MMs THIS IS THE .BEST WE SURE GOT SERIES YET/ THE RIGHT *YOU FELLOWS TICKETS^ WERE SMART v^ BOX SEATS TO FLY AT THE SERIES HOME. /YAND A ROUND TRIP ON A SCHEDULED AIRLINE. 0? crun a-iI /V \mm|| STRIKE %EM OUT LEFTY THAT'S SWELL OF HIM MIKE BUT THE ONLY BOXES WE'LL BE USING WILL BE IN FRONT OF A TV SET RIGHT HERE IN CAMP. wh-iln THERE AND BACK ON TIME I# I $&sw &/• DID My RADAR EARS JUST PICK UP A BLIP IF yOU GUVS HAVE TICKETS FOR THIS HOT SERIES DONT MISS IT. FLYING S NOT EXPENSIVE. •*-•*/_ MAKE SURE YOU CALL ONE OF THE SCHEDULED AIRLINES THE...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

:v 'h ^-r in. A Ai• VOL.1 •! tf*?v f?zS$y% I .. ..•a' a -'1 ...AN' THUS THE I («. BROKEN.' WHAT 1 MEAN $&S$MtS&§S&BB&NR£K& •#.(•. COPy^l6HT-l955 W.B. BRAPBURY CO. ARMED! FORC ESSFEATU ES WATCH.' HE'LL L. SALUTE HEE- .NOW SHE'LL SAY THANK you but you'RE not re- QUIREP TO SALUTE A SERGEANT WORKS FOR GOOCH EVERY TIME.' IT WORD'S FOR GOOCH eveey time?

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

A MAYBE 60ME YOU PICK OF THEM PICN'TjOUT THE 6er WET ^SOOP ONES. ru 60 PHONE THE DIRECTOR ANP TELL HIM WE'LL A FEW MINUTES lATg &6TTIN6- PACK CAMR ^fARLtJS^OiDICK by AL CAPP /. IJI I WILL HAVE TO 1 arre st YOU FOR IL.LE1GAL. IVtRKING.'/' Shortly B-BUT I'M WAITIN FER ME OLD MUDDER.? K&MKSt PHINEAS/ WATCH OUT/ A after HERE ARE W'ARE THE SCOP YOU SURE ONES. ./THEY'RE &OOP? 60 THI6 16 WHERE THAT'S^ PIPN'T YOU HAV& TROU&Uf REACHING UP WITH TH£ TfcAYS? YOU WORKEP &£FORE YOU W&NTINTO TH£I A WAITER SERVICE RIGHT. PARDON ME^ MADAM I USUALLY HATE TO SHOOT ANYONE'S MOTHER.T- POSITIVE/ TRIEpl THEM ANP THEY ALL mSSl/m&m: f«N. NO TROUBU£ AT '•lN- AUU ^jrmc -BUT IT KILLS ME TO SEE MESSY HAIR— AND fs"*'0!**') LOOSE WIL0R00T CREAM-OIL (6ULP.0 YOU RUINED THE FIRECRACKERS ANPTME GUYS WERE COUNTING- ON USIN& THEM IN THE FINALE OF OUR CAMP SHOW TON1&HT. THEY'LL MURPERU6. ysfl *V € IF YOU'RE LUCKY MH&t YOU'LL PROWN. THAT'LL BE NOTHING TO WHAT'S IN $TORB FOR US ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

mmmmma "WHEN I filVE COMPANy 'REST' jgNjrexACTLy jLiiiiittiitiiiMiHiiiiiiiiiuii^ik^ SHIPSHAPE FELLAS/ REALLy SHIPSHAPE/ WE'RE GrLAP TO HEAR THAT/ ll^p^te^ '^^sb^^sssssW. a *t 5AY JONES/YOU'Re TUCKED IN A LITTLE ciose/" Hey/LOOK SAY w» PRi4cwM?D «vt. v**r WHOJ5 HERE— BARNACLE BARNEY/ you WERE IN THE HOSPITAL THREE NO MONTHS BARNACLE/ PBBTTYSICK HUH? ATTtNTtONf •&» Will BE BMP FOB EACH *WUW\OH\ WELCOME Hi OF ORWS1NAL CARTOONS SUBMITTED 9/ SERVICE­ MEN EVERY ISSUE. SORRY BUT NO /MATERIAL CAN BE RETUBN6P UNLESS ACCOMPANIED fJVA STAMPED SetF-ADORESSeD ENVELOPE. SENP HXiR BRAINSTORMS TO: ABfASD FORCES FBATUR8S *19tAST WIN ST. NSW YORHUy. THE BEST ctfTlHTtQui m* SACK HOW you BARNACLE/ IN6- MATE 5 O FEEL- JJ PRETTY NURse! J/ i\^S§$Su 1

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

HMM-WHEN I GET THROUG-H WITH HIM HE WON'T NEEP HIS PASS// ru. SHOW HIM SOME NEW DESIGNS IN TROUSERS// ipM 33&_-' fMf. HERE HE COMBS-THIS OUGHT TO BE GOOD/// rnmmm HEY FRANK.. SORRY. HOW ABOUT LETTING \BUT I'VE ME USE YOUR PASS 1 GOT A TONIGHT ?THteSAR&e/ OATE// WON'T LET ME HAVE ONE mm* FIRST I'LL JUST BORROW HIS UNIfiORM ALSO A NEW WAY TO TIE THE TIE// WHEN I SOT "TO THE SHOWER I FOUND HAD PICKED UP YOUR UNIfiORM By MISTAKE AND WHILE I WAS SCRUBBING- SOME PRACTICAL JOKER SMPED IT// AW GIVE ME Ar BREAK. I'VE BEEN RESTRICTED RJRTIUO WEEKS// mm AND THEN I'LL GIVE HIS SHIRT A CASUAL LOOK NOW A LITTLE UUICE AND WILL BE A PEAL COOL OUTFIT// ACAINST REGULATIONS

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 October 1955

^=3 AMERICA'S WITMAMMSMMM WHEW A KOREAN RED FORCE OF 5000 MEM CAPTURED THE VITAL HEIGHTS COMMANDING THE CHO-SIN RESERVOIR OUR MARINES' LIFE­ LINE TO THE SE(\ WAS CUT OFF... THE HEIGHTS MAD TO BE RE­ CAPTURED BUT THERE WERE NO COMBAT TROOPS AVAILABLE" TO MAKE THE ATTACK.' BOT THIS DIDN'T STOP 4 MARINE MA7QR REGINALD MYERS.. GET ME EVERY AND MEAN BVBRy MAN .LACKING KNEW THAT HE MAO TO BE TAR SET HE ALL MAN AROUND. BOTH combat officers and combat NON-COMS. MYERS TOOK COMPLETE OF EVERy PHASE OF TO THE SEA AGAIN/ THE STORY OF REGINALD MY£/PS. U.S.M.C THAT COULD CHHHGB THE ASSAULT. THOUGH HE THE NUMBER ONE FEARLESSLY LED HIS WERK FORCE INTO THE FULL FURY OF THE RED FIRE/ AFTER If HOURS OF UNRELENTLESS FIGHTING M!YERS AND HIS INSPIRED MEM HAD THE REDS ON THE RUN/ THEY HAD RECAPTURED THE HEIGHTS AND OPENED THE LIFELINE BE ROUNDED UP WERE COOKS SUPPLY PERSONNEL OFFICE CLERKS... AND ZSO IN ALL. S PUTTING HIMSELF AT THE HEAD OF THIS MAKESHIFT FORCE MV6RS CHARGED THOUGH OUTNUMBERED AT LEAST ZO ...

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

PREAD TONIGHT- ALL THOSE FK5LEY TWINS WANT TO PO IS PLAY POSTOFFKE! WE MUST REPORT FOR DUTY AT ONCE.1 wm:m IF THOSE THIRD- CLASS AIR MALES THINK THEY'RE GOING TO BE POSTMASTER GENERALS THEY'RE ON THE WRONG R.F.P ROUTE MEAT SCOTT! 71 GUESS THIS IS IT! IT'S FARE- BUT BASEBALL WAS HIS DISH. AMAJOR IEA6UE SCOW SPOTTED MICKEY PLAYING W AN OKLAHOMA KID LEAGUE IN 1949- A LITTLE EXPERIENCE KID AND YOU'LL GO PLACES WITH THE BIG CLUBS/ CAMELS ARE MILD AND TASTV! YOU TRY'EM- SEE WHY THEY'RE AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR CIGARETTE! R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company Winston-Salem North Carolina HI LISTEN y'AWLLf) you TWO WE'VE iSO&t WHY YOU DEAR &RAVE WELL GIRLS. GEE^X-I WONDER IF— MEAN.. G&YE HONEY. WE'LL WRITE TO YOU EVERY TOYS -OF COURSE/ WEEK! WE GOT HIS T|.CKEYLFEI9.EV dad"who SHEORPRO tallput AOLOVC cnr£b£3 LAISLIANA AS SOANSS tecoala •wSfc. NEVER FEAR CHILD. WE'RE TAKING VOU HEARP ALL ABOUT YOU. AND FIRST LESSON MICKEYS BATTING STORY IN 3 MINOR LEAGUES: 322- .393 .402 AND THEN AFTER TWO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 October 1955

VOL. 9 No. 43 Demonstrations of tank-infantry tactics and techniques were held on the Fort Hood reservation two days last week under control of Combat Command "C" of the 1st Armored Division. Prior to each of the four dem­ onstrations—held twice daily—Maj. T. Q. Donaldson of the 1st Tank Battalion gave a summary of the demonstration and a brief account of past techniques. Major Donald- Pastor Lauds First Armored Artillery Choir The concert of sacred music pre­ sented by the Artillery Choir of the 1st Armored Division Fort Hood before an overflow congregation at he Woodlawn Christian church in Antonio Sunday evening Oc- ber 16 was "one of the most heartening ancit enlighfeing services ever held in the sanctuary" Rev. Richard B. Clayborne pastor said today. "Everyone present joined in praise of the choir and it is our sincere hope that we may have the privilege of hearing this inspiring group again" he added. Arrangements for the choir to appear at the service was made by Chaplain (Lt...

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