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

Page Six Squad Sings Battle Cry "Beat Sill" The Fort Hood Tankers were heading for Fort Sill Okla. today to meet the strong Cannoneers in the title game of the 1955 Fourth Army Conference grid campaign. Gametime is 2 p.m. on the Sill field Saturday afternoon. It will be a somewhat weaker Hood team that faces the Artillery­ men this week than the club which took a hard fought 13 to 7 win from Sill here in early Nov­ ember. The Tankers will be with­ out at least one starting lineman and several reserves are also on the injury list. Tackle Carl Andress injured in the game at Sheppard AFB will see no action this week and the same will probably apply to re­ serve guard Paul Furnish. Center Ed Ball re-injured a touchy ankle last week at Kessler AFB and may be on the sidelines this week. But regular pivotman Dick Tam- buro who sat out last week's game is expected to be ready for the title match Saturday. Fullback Steve Meilinger is an­ other doubtful starter. He receiv­ ed a severe wrist i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 December 1955

Thursday Dec. 11955 Yds Rush 157 192 251 201 172 251 104 213 1541 FOOTBALL Roundup By BUSS JOBDAN Fullback Earl Bechtel took over the lead in the Tanker scoring column after scoring two touchdowns as the Hoodmen grounci out a 45-7 victory over the Keesler AFB team. Bechtel scored once on a 40-yard pass from quarterbiack Don Gottlob and again on a 37 yard end sweep to bring his total points for the season to 26. ^End Roy Mays is a.close second with 25 points on four touch­ downs and one point after followed by fullback Steve Meilinger with 24 and quarterback Jim Riddle with 23. Among individual ground-gainers Meilinger tops the list with 305 yards in 57 tries at the line. Next highest yardage has been churned up by halfback Carl Mayes who has gone 251 yards in 43 attempts. Halfback George Rosso on the sidelines for the last three games has contributed 219 yards to the Hood total in 23 times with the ball and Bechtel has carried it 190 yards in 18 tries. Bechtel's average of slightly ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 December 1955

Page Eight SUNDAYS Hospital Chapel Theater No. 1 TIME OUT FOR PRAYER—Church services are held regularly on Sunday in the field during Exercise' SAGE BRUSH. Here Chaplain C. R. Ingram conducts services for members of Head­ quarters III Corps and attached units. (U.S. Army Photo) SERVICES UNDER THE PINES—-Religious services for 1st Ar­ mored Division soldiers assume field conditions during Exercise SAGE BRUSH as assistant division Chaplain (Major) Charles K. Graw celebrates a Catholis Mass under the Louisiana pines using the hood of a jeep for an altar. Services for all Faiths are availa­ ble in various division areas during tactical and non-tactical phases of the huge exercise. (U.S. Army Photo by Franklin.) DIVINE SERVICES PROTESTANT 162nd Street Chapel .. .10 a.m. 50 Street'Chapel ..11 a.m. Bn Avenue East Chapel 11 a.m. Hood Village Chapel 11 a.m. North Fort Hood Chapel 9 a.m. 268th Street Chapel (Christian Science) 10 a.m. Post Sunday School Buildings 442 and 443 9:30 a.m. Hood Vi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 December 1955

Thursday Dec. 1 1955 Legal Directory We Take orders starting at 3:00 p.m. DAILY DELIVERIES 4:00 p.m. until 12:00 p.m. Pick up orders at Building 440 Ft. Hood Phone 3131 LEGAkS LEGALS SAULSBURY SJCELTON EVERTON BQWMER AND COURTNEY j- Attorneys At|Law l'emple TexSs F'rrft Nat'l Bide Ph. 3-5254 NEIL E. CLINKJNBEA RD Attorney at l| 435 N. Gray Killeerji Ph 1861 LEWIS CASS & YARBOROUGH ATTORNEYS AT LAW 4th Street and Avenue Killeen. Texas. Phone 14941 TOM CARLILE Ratliff Building Attorney at Law Phone 4591 .I*1 MURPHY'S CHICKEN ON CALL Sandwich Truck in Barracks Area Each Night From 6 until 11 P. M. WE WILL BE CLOSED THURS. FRI. SAT. and SUN. for Thanksgiving 4th & Ave. CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorneys at Law Wood Building Gray & Ave. Phone 3881 Christmas "W88 Suggestions for the SCHEAFFER DESK SETS 5CHEAFFER PEN AND PENCIL SETS BRIEF BAGS DESK CALENDARS DESK SHEARS LIST FINDERS It's not too late to get Personalized Christmas Cards CARTER PRINTING CO. 404 North Gray KILLEEN ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 December 1955

Page Ten EXERCISE SAGE BRUSH La. —Two men of Headquarters and Service Company of the 1st Ar­ mored Division's 701st AIB have been nominated for simulated Sil­ ver Stars for reconnaissance mis­ sions made at the start of Exer­ cise SAGE BRUSH. Accoi'ding to Capt. Ward Rush of the 701st AIB the men were sent on a long-range patrol mis­ sion within enemy lines to locate weapons with atomic capabilities unit designations and locations. Because of their work two 280 mm guns with atomic capabilities were immediately "knocked out" by an air strike. Also made known to U.S. forces were the locations of the 15th Rifle Division of the 82nd Airborne and many of its subordinate units. Both men are veterans of more than six years Army service. They are PFC James H. Hampton 24 of North Platte Nebraska and Cpl. Charles F. Lueder 23 of Linden- hurst Long Island N. Y. PFC Hampton has been in the Army seven-and-a-half years and is a reconnaissance scout observ­ er. His mother Mrs. Gennie Fin- cher liv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 December 1955

VOL. 9 No. 49 Shrimp Bowl Trip Planned Special Services office here is an in a us to a football fans of this area to Gal­ veston for the annual Shrimp Bowl grid classic on December 18 when the Fort Hood Tankers meet the Navy's Atlantic Fleet team. Military personnel traveling to the Gulf Coast city will be admit­ ted to the game for half price he a S vi of a inounced. Cost of the round trip !o Galveston will be $6.62 and the time of departure and return will be announced at a later date. An interesting half-time show during which recruits will be sworn into the Army and Navy has been planned with other fea­ tures. A great deal of interest in the game billed as the "Little Army- N a am ha be here and a large number of fans from this area are expected to a ad an a of he a transportation and game ad­ mission rates. Those interested in making the trip are requested to contact the Fort Hood Special Services office and make reservations as soon as possible. Railroads Extend Service Furlou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 December 1955

Page Two NEXT PLEASE!!—It may not be like the tonsorial parlor back in Minatare Neb. but PFC Marvin D. Schuman who comes from there thinks it's the next best thing: as his hair is cut on Exer­ cise SAGE BRUSH the joint Army-Air Force maneuver in Louis­ iana. Barber for the occasion is Sp-3 Marian E. Short Campbell Mo. Both men work in the Adjutant General's Section of the 1st Armored Division. (Official U.S. Army Photo by Franklin.) WITH AGGRESSOR FORCES— Some 90 soldiers of the 4th Arm­ ored Division' will soon be strung out on over 300 miles of roadway between De Ridder La. and Fort Hood. Men of the 4th Armored Divi­ sion's 404th Military Police Com­ pany the first to leave garrison for Exercise Sage Brush will be the last to reach the Hood bar­ racks on the afternoon of Dec. 14-25 they are again handed the respon­ sibility of directing the more than 1800 division vehicles over the 328- mile homeward path Dec. 8 through Dec. 13. Hoping to surpass their fine rec­ ord of only three ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 December 1955

II- Thursday Dec. 8 1955 XIraft Center rlaces Accent Model builders have played an important part in American indus­ try. No large boat is launched nQ plane or rocket flies and no au­ tomobile makes its appearance until somebody has modeled it in miniature form. Not until an. ex­ act detailed scale model has been constructed and studied do (U. S Navy) engineers go ahead with any full-size fighting vessel not until countless clay and wood models have been fashoned and analyzed does Detroit come up with a new car style not until dozens some­ times hundreds of tiny accurate in el el ha tested does a plane manufacturer start constructing a full-size plane And so it is that the experienced model builder plays an important in he el of land sea and air craft. Ill Corps Special Services Craft Center in building 211 has a small stock of models on hand. Special scale models not in the resale shop may be ordered through this facility. Even though one in the ervice has less time for model iuild...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 December 1955

Page Four IfffTP Advertising Shoes-Sox Slacks Hats Sport Coats Sport Shirts Dress Shirts N 1' moualieii la thr Interen of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood Wm •very Thur*d»y by the Temple Sale* Circular Company. Temple. Tesas. 1Policies and a I a a 8 2 bS.si.Er'K"u! fi'jrtta.-USES.."sssf.^sjrass"^ 1K111 This Is not an official army newspaper however this publi­ cation receives Armed Forces Press Service material and papers are aphorized reprint non-copyrighted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Bo* «1». Subscription off post. $3 00 per year: tl.00 for three months. Distribution on Post ee All pictures are United States Anny SIrnal Corps nnMlratfra noted the publication of these Is not restricted except y?nn Jm7!/t n? thr for advertising purpose* at which time permission of the Department of the *rmy •nust be obtained. -——————ZTZrr NAfi6NAl'ADVERTIS!NG REPRESENTATIVES: W B" BraItUry COml'any ww s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 December 1955

Thursday Dec. 8 1955 mi ctaduLi $JwjupA-- Around The Post By RUTH ELLJOTT Football around Fort Hood still holds the spotlight with the Tank­ ers winning the conference cham­ pionship Saturday at Fort Sill. Killeen High school did not do so well score wise when they lost to or id a when it comes to fight and school spirit that high school is way out in front in my book. The team played real football throughout the game and their cheering section cheered harder than if they were winning. There were practically no penalties throughout the game for either team. For my part it was the finest demonstration of school spirit I have seen in many year-s. The midget teams are in the midst of a very busy season right now. At present the Colts (Green) a re on it 5 in Cards (Red) are second with two wins two losses and one tie. The III Corps Luncheon A crisp sunny Tuesday Novem­ ber 28 greeted the wives of III "orps officers as they gathered ppropriately bundled against the hilling north winds fo...

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

Page Six FORT SILL Okal.—Coach Rudy Feldman's Fort Hood Tankers un­ leashed a devastating offense in the air and on the ground and played hard heads-up football for sixty minutes Saturday for their Don. Gottlob Lcsds Hood Powerhouse To 4th Army Title second straight win of the season over Fort Sill in the showdown battle for the Fourth Army grid title. Tankers Dominate Play The score was 31 to 20 but the POINTING NOW toward the annual Shrimp Bowl game at Gal­ veston on Dec. 18 when the Tankers meet the Navy's Atlantic Fleet eleven quarterback Don Gottlob who passed Hood to vic­ tory in the Fourth Army title game against Fort Sill will be dis­ playing his aerial wizardry in the Gulf Coast city. (U.S. Army Photo by Ludwick.) 1955 FORD FORDOR with power brakes power steering air conditioning Fordomatic and Fordomatic like new 1955 FORD TUDOR with power brakes power steering air conditioning Fordomatic air conditioning. 1955 FORD Country Squire with radio heater Fordomatic power steerin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 December 1955

Thursday Dec. 8 1955 4 Ke SPORTS Parade By Emilio Carmona Congratulations to Walter Alston the man who was hired to "beat the Yankees in a World Series." He was named the National League "Manager of the Year" Mike Higgins skipper of the Red Sox was the American circuit winner Our congratulations to him too. When Brooke Army.Medical Center basketball team visits Fort Hood the fans will have the opportunity to see one of the service cage stars Bill Mlkvy The 6' 4" 210 pounds 24 years-old BAMC Eorward graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia where ae earned Ail-American honors in 1952. Mlkvy also played for the College All-Star in '52 and the All-East College team. He was se­ lected as the Nation's Outstanding Player in '51 when he was the top major college scorer. His college average is 21 points per game said in '51 he had 29.2 average for 25 games. Congratulations to Major N. Weisel who scored the biggest upset the Dental Officers Bowling League Monday night. The Major defea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 December 1955

Page Eight 8RAND NEW! 8 \Mi *TWQ-TlEfc hano-iaced SHADE? jHy DECORATED BASE} spr Wr & METAL AND I tig CHINA! I THRES-WAY 1 SWITCH! C#OICE OF COLORS! A Thrilling Styled 2-Pc. Living Room As Shown *269.95 Now you can enjoy deluxe modern styling and construc­ tion at sensible pnce! .Node the new contoured base hn the angularly positioned arms and legs. Brilhont colors y°" Christ-. t0 you Christmas SALE \1/ Jgfr?As•!^ SUtC t0 Drawer all oak desk. Plank style top. Regular 89.95. A gift to last years. riv p*ict ONLY «reet °y for y2 r"""g! Ma" W0 [0 come! ^"ra htd instantly. Sh"'""s S.I. KNEEHOLE DESKS '69.95 THROW 41/ by 6 foot. Your choice of florals or sol­ ids. $29.50 Values- '13.95 NOW sgn9s TAPPAN RANGE '159.95 Regular $219.95 model. Split top burners. Lots of storage space. Big oven- With thermo­ stat. RUGS 27 by 54 inches. Finest quality of Bigelow Car­ pet. $10. to 15. values $4 95 NOW 'w* -m- OPEN STOCK CHOOSE JUST THE PIECES YOU NEED Solid northern hardrock maple. See these ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 December 1955

Thursday Dec. 8 1955 Gottlofo Leads Tankers (Continued from Page 6) first down on the Cannoneer five just when it was needed. Cannoneers Off-Balance The Cannoneers were kept off- balance throughout the contest by jacks the diversified Hood attack and and raced the final 43 yards to score on the longest run of the game. His conversion attempt went wide and it was* 13 to .6 with ten minutes remaining in the period. The Tankers put the ball in play xt their 20 and drove to the Sill three-yard stripe before losing pos­ on a in on drive was featured by the running of Hopson Bechtel and Mayes and passes from Gottlob to end Jerry Janes and Bechtel. Halftlme. Score 19-6 Sill put the ball in play at their 20 after the end zone interception and after McPhail plunged for two three a a a in a a grabbed a fumble on the next play at the 19-yard line. Gottlob put it on the ten on a wide sweep Mayes picked up a yard then a pass to Team Janes in the end zone added six Cleveland more points. Mayes' k...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 December 1955

Page Ten FOR Servicemen's Rights Abroad Underlined By Defense Dept. WASHINGTON (AFPS) Com­ manding officers in 15 foreign countries have been advised to press for diplomatic action if they decide servicemen under their command arrested by local au­ thorities have not received fair trials. The Department of Defense in­ cluded this point in a directive con­ solidating its policies on safeguard­ ing the rights of U. S. servicemen stationed in countries having au­ thority to arrest and try them for criminal offenses. These are Japan and the 14 NATO countries other than the U. S. A DOD spokesman said the sin­ gle directive was being issued to give servicemen a fuller under­ standing of their legal rights while stationed overseas. According to the directive a U. S. officer should be appointed in each of the 15 countries to study local legal procedure. The direc­ tive added that any change in the legal machinery of these countries is to be reported to the judge ad­ vocates general of the t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 December 1955

Thursday Dec. 8 1955 Player Carl Maye^ hb Steve Meillinger George Rosso hi Earl Bechtel fb Jim Riddle qb Sammy Hopson Don Scullane hb FOOTBALL By BUSS JORDAN Halfback Carl Mayes went into the lead on yards gained from scrimmage as the Tankers rolled over Fort Sill's Cannoneers for the Fourth Army grid crown last week when he ran his total yards to 325 on 55 ball-carries in nine games. Fullback Steve Meilinger who played only half the game is now second with 323 yards in 66 attempts at the line. Halfback George Rosso and fullback Earl Bechtel with 229 and 224 respectively are next in line. In average yards per carry Bechtel is still tops with an 8.6 figure followed by Rosso at an even 8. Halfback Don Scullane with 7.7 and fullback Ralph Perry with 7.3 and quarteback Jim Riddle at 6.8 are next in line. Quarterback Don Gottob who completed 20 of 33 tosses against Sill last week has moved the Tankers a total of 996 yards on 54 completions in 117 attempts in 'their nine games this fall. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 December 1955

Page Twelve 7:00 7:01 7:15 8:00 8:10 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:55 Mechanical MOS Conversion New Approach To Old Problem FORT SAM HOUSTON—As an numerical such as an individual's example of the Army's mechanized approach to admini: .rative prob­ lems the 97th Machine Records Unit at Fort Sam Houston Tex. has completed in record time the direct conversion of primary mili- tary occupational specialities (MOS) for certain Army Reserve enlisted personnel in the Fourth Army area of Arkansas Louisiana New Mexico Oklahoma and Texas. This process involved the me­ chanical mass conversion of MOS's for over 80000 individuals. On this one project it is estimated that the job was accomplished in one- fifth of the time which would have been required in the five miiltary districts of the Fourth Army area and with less than one-half of the personnel. The 97th MRU by means of electric accounting machines and punch cards keeps data on all Regular Army and Army Reesrve personnel in the Fourth Army area for mana...

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

Thursday Dec. 8 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Texas Ph. 3-5254 Temple. First Nat'l Bids. NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 LEWIS CASS & YARBOItOUGH ATTORNEYS AT LAW 4th Street and Avenue Killeen. Texas. Phone 14941 TOM CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratliff Building 4th & Ave. Phone 4591 CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorneys at Law Wood Building Gray & Ave. Phone 3S81 ANNOUNCEMENTS Personals B-2 JOHNSON'S NURSERY SCHOOL: OPEN from 9:00 tp 12:00 a.m. five days a week. Ages 3-5. Price: $15 per month. A mother with B.A. degree and former nurserv school experience. Contact 814 Estelle Ave.. Killeen Heights. Phone K-10354. SERVICES idio Television Service C-18 TV ANTENNAS All-channel double stack completely in­ stalled from ground on 40-ft. telescoping mast—S45. "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Day & Night Service—Phone Killeen l-69.il RADIO AND TV SERVICE CALL SGT. BALLARD Killeen 3747 RENTALS Apa...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 December 1955

Page Fourteen I Aggressors Spend Turkey Day With Alexandria Townpeople AGGRESSOR FORCES The day more like they would have at citizens of Alexandria Louisiana he a a churches on Thanksgiving Day to hundreds of soldiers of the Aggres­ sor Forces successfully enabling thfem to spend the traditional holi- DA Orders Aid To Class 'Q' EM Parent Allotments WASHINGTON (AFPS)—The De­ partment of the Army has direct­ ed that enlisted men seeking class "Q" allotments for parents be given all necessary help in sub­ mitting applications to the Army Finance Center in Indianapolis. The Army pointed out that de­ termination of such claims is the sole responsibility of the com­ manding general of the Finance Center. No one else is authorized to act on them it added. Circular 35-47 ordered that en­ listed personnel not be "pre­ vented" or "discouraged" from submitting claims. Authorities aid­ ing EM to draw up applications were told to make certain they are "clear and legible and that mem­ ber's name ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 December 1955

VOL. 9 No. 50 Joyous Reception Greets III Corps Members of III Corps Headquar­ ters active participants in Exer­ cise Sage Brush since Nov. 1 re­ turned to their home station of Fort Hood last Sunday morning amid a shivering joyful throng of waiting relatives. Around 5 a.m. the first of the long convoys' 1xk ton trucks and jeeps roared 144th Signal ^Compiles Fine Field Record AGGRESSOR FORCES Typi­ cal of the outstanding job done by the 4th Armored Division on the recently completed Exercise Sage Brush is the record compiled by the 144th Armored Signal Company which had no vehicles deadlined during the massive campaign. When the company embarked for Louisiana on October 27 the motor pool consisted of 103 vehicles forty-six 2V2 ton trucks seventeen ton trucks and thirty-five ton vehicles. Although the unit had been authorized fourteen trained mechanics only four accompanied it. In the months prior to the maneuver the greater part of its complement of MOS mechanics received discharges...

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