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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 October 1955

Page Two By JOHN FISHER An old axiom says that everyone has a story. But few are as interesting and unique as that of a quiet radio operator in Headquarters Com­ pany of the 4th Armored Division. A native of the Philippine Is­ lands SP2 Domiciano Bernardo- former member of the famous Philippine Scouts survivor of the infamous death march one of the courageous Island guerrilla leaders and veteran of the Korean conflict —now maintains and operates ra­ dios with a self-containment that belies his past experience. It all began shortly after Pearl Harbor when he left high school to join the Philippine Scouts. He was among those who so staunchly delayed the overwhelming Japan­ ese forces on the island of Luzon and were captured in the final days of fighting at Bataan. The prisoners were stripped of all their personal belongings. Some were even forced to give up their shoes and outer clothing. When the death march of Bataan began they were force-marched from one pris­ on camp to another. T...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 27 1955 Review of the Week tfThe MUg Knife9 Stabs Home Powerful Point SIEGFRIED LOBEL "The Big Knife" is Hollywood in the raw. It seems at first glance ... that Hollywood has knifed itself 'hln*dark In the back. After a while how- While drowning his sorows in highballs his best friend's wife sneaks up and passionately de­ mands LOVE. After ten minutes of playfull and risque banter she follows him up the stairs a tri­ umphant smile curling her sinful lips. Poor old Charlie never could resist the women. When her hus­ band finds out Charlie is confront­ ed with the original "I thought you were my best friend" and hubby spits into his eye with military precision. mSSk THEATRES TODAY and FRIDAY A Life in The Balance Ricardo Montalban-Anne Bancroft SATURDAY ONLY! Treasury Of Ruby Hills Zachary Scott-Carole Matthews PREVUE SAT. NITE Shews SUNDAY-MONDAY FAR HORIZONS Fred MacMurray-Charlton Heston TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY APACHE AMBUSH Bill Williams-Adele August NOW SHOWING Strategic ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 October 1955

Page Four ALICE GORML.EY 123 East 42nd Street lllilllil fabUsbeu in the Interest of the military ana ctrlllan personnel at Fort Hood Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Pollclos and •tatemonrs reflecte« In the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and under no 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 or services advertised. All news matter for publication shouM be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel ton Rood telephone 35113. This Is not an official army newspaper however this pulill- 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 SI.00 f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 27 1955 rtcudisA *JhDUpA~ ljDlldh CtctbitLQA —Sunday School AROUND THE POST By RUTH ELLIOTT Of interest this week to Offi­ cers' Wives is the coming club election. The election will be held at the beginning of the next Club he on a N 1 a here are your candidates. For president are Mrs. Nelson a os an is III Corps and Mrs. Joseph Sevier whose husband is with the 1st AD. Gladys Krause to new Officer's wives was the editor of the Offi­ cers' Wives club booklet given to a in to Hood. The booklet should be rec­ ommendation enough for Gladys but to us who have worked with her we add that she has lots of enthusiasm and is most coopera­ tive. Jerry Sevier is at present activities chairman for the club. The many and varied activities and the fine manner in which Jerry has organized and conducted these activities are the things which recommend her. Again she is full of enthusiasm and is most cooperative. For 1st Vice president which is am a an or club are Mrs. Charles Henry kwho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 October 1955

P' Six GEORGE ROSSO Leader among the Tankers ground- gainers. 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 $1595 TEMPU Medics Lose Valuable Eidom Hoodmen Are Cast Favorites Hood's Tankers idle last week when the clash with the semi-pro Dallas Hornets was cancelled were in near top form for their game here Saturday afternoon with the strong Brooke Army Med­ ical Center Comets from Fort Sam Houston after two weeks of prepa­ ration. Halfbacks Elray Matzke and Sammy Hopson who have been on the sidelines since the Fort Bliss game will be ready to go Satur- jday adding punch to the ground gaining potential of the green- shirts. In the line no serious in­ juries are apparent with the ex­ ception of end Bill Murray who will probably be out the rest of the season. He suffered a broken arm in the Bliss game...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 27 1955 SPORTS Parade By Emilio Carinona Remember Whitney Armstrong?? With the return to civilian life of Whitney Armstrong a regular end on the Tanker grid team last season and a pitcher on the cham­ pion Fourth Army baseball team this year two plays in which he made a quarterback look bad dur­ ing his service career are recalled. One time it was intentional. It happened at San Antonio last fall early in the first quarter of the BAMC-Hood game. The Com­ ets had the ball on their own 40- yard line and quarterback Gon- salves took the ball from the cen­ ter spun and hesitated apparent­ ly waiting for another back to come up for the handoff. Arm­ strong charged in for the tackle but seized his opportunity and took the ball then ambled about 38 yards for the first Tanker touch­ down. Hood won the game 20-13. ^This fall after theHood baseball Bam returned from the All-Army tourney where they were runners- up for the title Armstrong again Going through the roster we find st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 October 1955

A .19-year one of the most decorated ar­ tillerymen in today's combat-ready 1st Armored Division. Former fiver mountain climber and instructor of military science M-Sqt James B. Carter is the in­ telligence section chief of the 91s AFA Battalion. Ho came to Fort Hood and the 1st Armored Division in Januarj o' this year trom Keta lk. Ice­ land where he was in charge ol: a Fire Support Conttol Cenlet. ached to the 76th Regimental Combat Team. present. Carter has earned 15 awards for meritorious duty his country's service. Included in his many decorat on and awards are the Bronze Stai for Valor the Army Commenda­ tion Ribbon Good Conduct Ribbon with Clasp American De Medal and the American Theatei Ribbon. Tioa Others are the European Thea­ O at on on it Bronze Lrs. each indicating a battle campaign and the ttoild W a to a A Korean Campaign Ribbon with live Bronze Stars the United a- 1 ions Ribbon and the National De­ fense Ribbon More awards earned bv the sei- geant during WW II "ndoth...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 27 1955 Navy Flight BOOTS '12" White Handkerchiefs 20c OD Handkerchiefs 15c White Bath Towels 75c OD Towels 75c Gas COOK STOVE '4.50 (packed in small case) Folding Hardwood Frame Cots '8 '11 RAIN SUITS $7.95 each Lonq Johns (4. each P.O. BOX 411 Plastic frame plastic lens Boxed Portable Pressure Cooking S O E Fully automatic not affected by wind ready for use in 30 seconds generates tremendous heat made of solid brass. Complete with: 1. Priming needle 2. Ignition torch 3. Cork sealer 4. Wind protecter 5. Metal container JUNGLE HAMMOCK Brand New Insect Proof Very So ft NEW SURPLUS ONLY Can be carried in pocket. Burns ordinary gasoline. T"No other special fuel required. W Don't confuse with imitations Officers WWII style $1 Cushion sole Wool Socks 65cpi. D-3-D Horsehide Gloves '4.50 COVERALLS Zipper THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Dearth's Army Stores SINCE 1942 KILLEEN Just list your needs from the items below and mail with cash check or money order to the address ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 October 1955

Pa"re Ten Volunteer Ladies Aid Hood Hospital Staff By NAT DELL No soldier likes the idea of be­ ing hospitalized but if hospiliza- tion is ever necessary two groups of ladies here at Fort Hood—the Red Cross Gray Ladies and Staff Aides volunteer their time and ser­ vices to make life as pleasent as possible for patients during their stay at the Fort Hood Station Hos­ pital. These ladies differ from profes­ sional red cross workers in that all of their training and work is done voluntarily on their own time and they receive no pay for their services. The Gray Ladies are in constant contact with patients in the hospi­ tal wards. They do social and en­ tertainment work for them such as letter writing shopping for the pa­ tients who are confined to bed performing library service and se­ curing games and other types of entertainment. While the Staff Aides are not seen on the wards they perform equally important services. They help ease the work load of the professional Red Cross and hospi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 27 1955 Sofa and Television PILLOWS Assorted round and square shapes. Covered in solid col­ or or designed Chintz Bark Cloth Boucle Cotton Da­ mask or Corduroy. You'll want several when you see them. Thrifty Anthony priced. J#* World Wide Sheets First Quality muslin 134 thread count after laundering. Wide hems Sel- vege edges. The best sheet buy in town. World Wide exclusive with An­ thony's. SIZE 81 108 o.o'r^ 1 /K j/r FAMOUS QUALITY Ginghams 2 Values To 1.19 Yd. Why pay more for this same qual­ ity. Famous Dan River Wrinkle- shed ginghams in fall and winter's newest and smartest colors for dresses skirts blouses and shirts. All first quality. 36" Fine Pinwale Solid Color Corduroy =77 Large Assortment 42 x87 Solid Color Ready Made Yd You'll think of ever so many uses for this lovely corduroy. 36 inches wide. For Coats Skirts Slacks etc. First quality. Grand saving. Buy now. DRAPES Regular 3.98 Value High quality rich looking Rayon Drapery -loth in a chevron pattern. E...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 October 1955

Page Twelve CUNO Born Sep. 19 to Pfc. and Mrs. George Frederirk Tr. .IONES Born Sop 19. (o Sfc. and Mrs. Arrhia .Tones. Co C 126th AOB a daughter Dona Susan. MANN Born Sep. 19 to SP-3 and Mrs. Horace Mann .lr. Hq Co III Corps a son Tliomas Ashley. WOLF Born Sep. 19. to SP-3 and Mrs. Herbert Lavon Wolf. Hq Co CC "B". a daughter Peggy .lean. FON DON ELLA Born Sep. 20. to Pfc. and Mrs. Ralph James Fondonella. I Btrv. 68th AFA Bn a daughter. Teresa. DALBERT Born Sep. 20. to SP-1 and Mrs. Kdmon Dalbert. Enl I.et. 40VJd SI'. Ft Bliss a son. Kenneth DeWayne. CLEMENTS Born Sep. 20. to A-lr and Mrs. Bobby Ear! Clements 4001st ABS. GAFB a son. Roy Earl. MAXWELL Born Sep. 20. to pre. and Mrs. Raymond David Maxwell. Co B. 141st ASB. a son Thomas Mont­ gomery. CAR SOX Born Sep. 20. to Sfc. and Mrs. Fay LeRoy Carson. Co B. 16th AEB. a daughter. Kath.v .lo Ann. JAMES Born Sep. 20. to Set. and Mrs. Ronald Bruce James. Co D. 13th 'l'k Bn. a son. Anthony Bruce. THOMAS Born Sep. 20. to SP-1 and Mrs. D...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 October 1955

Thursday Oct. 27 1955 Legal Directory seu ft! LEGALS LEWIS CASS & YARBOROUGH ATTORNEYS AT LAW 4th Street and Avenue Killeen Texas Phojie 14941 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY. SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law temple. Texas First iS'at'l Bldg. 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 riSSbl 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: $15 per month. A mother with B.A. degree and former nurserv school experience. Contact S14 Estelle Ave.. Killeen Heights Phone K-10354. »st and Found B-6 LOST: BLOND 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-l 4 WAiVlED: RIDERS LEAVING FOR NE- braska around Oct. 26th. Would like to ha...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 October 1955

Page Fourteen Ex-Scissors Grinder Still Loves His Trade An ex-scissors grinder Cpl. Duilio Font ana who learned his trade in his father's shop in Italy is a 4th Armored Division infan­ tryman assigned to Co. A of the 553rd AIB. About all he sharpens now is an occasional pocket-knife which takes only ten minutes when you know how and his bayonet if he ever needs to. In Lucca Italy Cpl. Fontant learned that a grinding wheel was best for putting an edge on steel. Famous National Brands Propr-Bilt "JJSRifW-U ADAMS SHOE STORE 307 N. Gray Phone 401 KILLEEN. TEXAS What most people don't know though is that in sharpening a blade a "dead edge" is produced. That's a fine ridge on the cutting edge that bends over when pressure is applied dulling it. In the hills around his home in Italy Fontana could find a type of stone that was ideal for remov­ ing this "dead edge." Here in Texas he's looked for a similar type while on field problems but hasn't had iny luck so far. Fontana laments the fact t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

VOL. 9 No. 44 HEADQUARTERS MANEUVER DIRECTOR LANGLEY AFB VA. Anytime two or more people be­ come involved in a contest or vie against one another in competition some neutral person has to call the shots or control is completely lost. Run this up to 140000 Army and Air Force personnel maneuvering over an area of 7000000 acres and Safety "rules are stressed as part rof any maneuver not as a meas­ ure to minimize the realistic ef­ fects of training but to lessen the chances of incorrect procedure or unsafe conditions that may lead to unnecessary damage of.equipment property and loss of manpower. Our basic TM's FM's and regu­ lations are the best safety guides we have. In most cases the ap­ proved way is the safe way and when a person deviates from the approved method he is inviting an accident. Experience of past maneuvers and exercises has been used throughout the army's educational program. This experience has re­ vealed certain unsafe acts and conditions that have caused acci­ dents...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

Page Two ft Weekly Recipe PARTING REVIEW—Maj. William G. Heidinger (center) of the 1st Armored Division's 701st AIB watches Combat Command "C" pass in review during' his retirement ceremonies recently. He re­ tires from active duty Oct. 81 after more than 20 years of service. At the left is Col. Loveaire A. Hedges commander of Combat Command "C" and at the right is Lt. Col. Edward M. Majors executive officer of Combat Command "C." (Official U.S. Army Photo.) Causley Keeps Eagle Eye On Construction One man at Fort Hood keeps an eagle eye on all construction proj­ ects. That's his job: to see that the Army gets full value for its construction dollar. Sgt. John E. Causley's official ti­ tle is "Contract Investigator" and as a member of the post's Pur­ chasing and Contracting Office he checks on progress toward the ful­ fillment of each of the govern­ ment's 70 contract projects. "Some of them—like parking lots and grading work—I can look in on from the car. Once I've gotten around to s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

Thursday Nov. 3 1955 Temple ISO 117 S. 5th St. Thursday November 3— Service- wives club 1:00 Luncheon Kyle hotel 2:00 Business meeting 8:00 small games activities. Friday November 4th Game night—choose your own. Boxing on TV. Saturday November 5th 1:30— 5:00 Crafts 2:00 Talk-a-letter Home supervised recording made by appointment 8:30 11:30 Regular Dance. Refresh­ ments. Sunday November 6th—8:30 Java Hour 10:30 Invitation to church of your choice 2:00 Popular Re­ cordings 5:00 Dinner Bell Hour Czech Moravin Church. Program to be announced. Monday November 7th—I Love Lucy. Tuesday November 8th Family night Servicemen's Family. Play games Watch TV. Wednesday November 9th Crafts. Informal Dancing. 'Bachelor' Farce Draws Raves By Officers' Wives WHY I AM A BACHELOR is still going strong. The one-act farce played before the Officer's Wives Club Tuesday and was received in the usual hysterical manner. SP-3 Sig Lobel Corps Special Services instructed the audience as to the do's and don'ts o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

Page Four ALICE GORMLKY UU East 42nd Street faotlsbeo in thr Interest of the mllltary ana civilian personnel at Port Hood. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circulat Company. Temple. Texas. Policies ana itstcmvDTi ref!ecte ID the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and under nc circumstance? 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 or services advertised. All news matter for publication shonl'l bt sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel Fort Hood telephone 3S113. This is not an official army newspaper however this publi­ cation receives Armed Forces Press Service material and papers are authorized reprint non-copyrlehted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should he sent to: Bnsiness Office P.O. Box 419 Temple Texas. Subscription off post. $3-00 per year $1.00 for thre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

Thursday Nov. 3 1955 thank you! Girl Scout News Ten Ft. Hood Girl Scouts fur­ nished the entertainment for the quarterly District Council Dinner held in Waco Thursday night Oct. 27. Their program was in the form of a Girl Scout Patrol meeting in which each girl suggested a song or a game from a foreign country and all the girls took part in sing­ ing or playing the game. The girls were so natural and had so much fun themselves that the pro­ gram was most successful. Girls taking part in the program were Patty Dwyer Marsha Brown Melinda Fenn Barbara Auzat Betty Jane Coovert Lois Mays Janet Guillic Caii Dunsmore Francis Baxter and Carol Brown­ ing. Mrs. Norman Wier was intro­ duced as chairman of the Troop Organization Committe for the North Central Texas Area Council. Col. Thomas Henderson is a mem­ ber of the finance committee for the North Central Texas Council and Lt. Col. Clayton Lonseth is a member of the camping commit­ te. TROOP NEWS: Troop 4: Friday night October 7 the Girl S...

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

Page Six By Emilio Carmona Wilson Scores Fourth Straight KO The 4005th Enlisted Detachment should be proud of having on its membership a man named Danny W so Wilson was the 1954 Fort Hood featherweight champ. He turned professional last April and since he entered the pro rings no opponent has lasted the scheduled match on is Danny's latest victim was Ted Dean a colorful fighter who gave some truoble to Danny-Boy in the first two rounds of a scheduled six- ARCHIE MOORE the venerable light-heavyweight king of the world has signed a contract to defend his title against Yolande Pompey of in id ad W I The match is scheduled for Jan­ uary 10 1956 at Earl's Court Lond. BOB HOOPER ex-Cleveland In­ dians hurler will tell goodby to the sport which gave him fame and money—baseball He has selected this weekend to pitch his last game of his long baseball career. Where?? Cur­ rently he belongs to the pitching staff of Mexico Aztecas in the "Liga Invernal Veracruzana" in Mexico... Once Scrawny Kid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

Thursday Nov. 3 1955 50 miiarinirtt million times a day at homef at work or while at play There's nothing like 1. FOR TASTE... bright bracing ever-fresh sparkle. 2. FOR REFRESHMENT... a welcome bit of quick energy that brings you back refreshed. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY OCA COLA BOTTLING CO. "Coke" registered trade-mark. 1955 THE COCA-COLA COMPANY jniiuium muijiwp^ 7 BALTIMORE COLTS GOLD RAMS PHILLY LIONS rr»/-w-"» m» mm ii'W mil llwulWjjtpp^wllitTWWWWiiimjWIIlljIll CAiiDINALS TEMPLE WACO Buy U.S. Bonds More time there— when you go by AIR! ALASKA AIRLINES ALLEGHENY AIRLINES AMERICAN AIRLINES BONANZA AIR LINES BRAN IFF AIRWAYS CAPITAL AIRLINES CENTRAL AIRLINES COLONIAL AIRLINES CONTINENTAL AIR LINES DELTA AIR LINES EASTERN AIR LINES FRONTIER AIRLINES LAKE CENTRAL AIRLINES LOS ANGELES AIRWAYS MACKEY AIRLINES MOHAWK AIRLINES NATIONAL AIRLINES NEW YORK AIRWAYS NORTH CENTRAL AIRLINES NORTHEAST AIRLINES NORTHWEST ORIENT AIRLINES OZARK AIR LINES PACIFIC NORTHERN ...

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