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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 December 1955

$ The night was peaceful silently waiting For that brilliant star to announce our Savior's birth. But there was one it seemed who could not wait So eager she to try her wings above this earth. She held our hearts In little hands. Her little cries Made no demands. She wanted love And found it too. Her blessed smiles Were ever new. A little tear Just now and then— Enough to wring The hearts of men. Too short a time We had her here But those moments We hold most dear. And as this night Turns into day We thank thee God She passed our way. Now as the star begins to shine more bright And He descends again upon this far-flung land This I know—A little Christmas Angel With wings so shiny new will have Him by the hand. (EDITOR'S Note: This poem was inspired by Betty Lou Hamilton who died of leukemia at the Fort Hood hospital last Christmas Eve. During her illness the little miss who was not quite three-years old endeared herself to the members of the hospital staff and to all patrons who got...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 December 1955

Thursday Dec. 15 1955 4 KILLEEN CHOIR ENTERTAINS OFFICERS' WIVES—The 60 members of the Killeen High School A-Cappella Choir entertained the Officers' Wives Club at their recent Christmas Tea. The choir is directed by Mr. William Hunt. (U.S. Army Photo by Corbin.) Wood Carving Exhibit Viewed At Brigade Ave "Wood Carving" an exhibition 30 water colors now on view at Brigade Avenue Service Club bldg 3403 is on loan to the Fourth Army from the National Gallery of Art. The watercolors are part of the index of American Design which attempts to record for pos­ terity the vanishing art and utilita­ rian objects of the American past. As in the exhibition "Demonstra­ tion of Techniques" which was shown at the 162nd St. Service Club some months ago "Wood Carving" has several avenues of appeal. It is composed of striking watercolors demonstrating more than just photographic realism possible to the medium. It brings to light the annonymous genuises of an exacting art in the historical past of ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 December 1955

Page Four TOWXSENI) FIELD Al.irur. GORMLEV 322 Kast 42na Street SEE US rnotlRtieu In ttir Interest of the mlHtai-7 ana cJtIHm personnel at Fort Hood Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sale* Circular Company. CHECKING ACCOUNT Always pay all your bills by check! Then you have an ac­ at a of money and your cancelled check is a receipt. Open your account today! Fellows—let us help you pick out your presents for your wife girl friend or mother. Free gift wrapping. Ladies—for your holiday parties cocktail and evening clothes. Feminine lingerie in all price ranges. Temple •tatemrnrh refleete In the news and editorial columns represent views of the inomouai writers and undei nn circumstance* are to be considered those of the llepartment of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products OT Advertising copy should he sent to: Easiness Office P.O. Box 419. Temple Texas. Subscription otf post. 3-00 per year 81.00 for th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 December 1955

Thursday Dec. 15 1955 iVCO Wives Christmas Party Forty six members of the Wives' Club enjoyed a Christmas dinner of turkey with all the trimmings at their last regular meeting ^Children's Xmas Party Here is the schedule for the Dads' Club Children's Christmas Party: For Children from 3 to 5 years old Theater 1 at 10 a.m. Satur­ day Dec. 17. For Children from 6 to 9 years old Theater No. 3 at 10 a.m. Satur­ day Dec. 17. For Children from 10 to 12 years Theater No. 4 at 10 a. m.Satqr- day Dec. 17. Remember no child will be ad­ mitted unless he has a ticket since presents were purchased for all children who were registered and tickets were issued at that time The children should have the tick­ ets ready to hand in when they enter the theaters. Parents should arrange trans­ portation for their own children. It is suggested that car pools be set up to transport children from the same neighborhood to the par­ ties. If there is no transportation available and cannot be arranged please cont...

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

Pa/?e Six SPORTS Parade By Emilio Carmona We Pick 4005th To Win Holiday Tilt One entry to be closely watched in the coming Christmas Holiday battalion level basketball tournament is the 4005th SU Enlisted De-' tachment. The 4005th has been very successful in athletic activities since Lt. Col. W. F. Wren Jr. took over as Commanding Officer. Also Cap­ tain Manuel M. Estevez the active-athletic and recreation officer de­ serves credit for the 4005th victories. The Detachment cagers are headed by Joseph Duffey and Richard Lindman. Both are looking very good during the team practice. Duffey played for John CaiToll U. Stephen Marcus (Drexel Tech) Carl Hargrove (Upsala College) and Raymond Kostick (Penn State) completes the first string squad which averages six feet one inch. Dean Turnipseed Charles Sweetini Lawson Barnes and the rest of the team are capable of performing against the toughest com­ petition. All of them have had high school and college experience in the cage sport. SPORTS P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 December 1955

Thursday Dec. 15 1955 Title-winning Fort Hood Tankers landed five gridders on THE AR­ O E S E N I N E A Army team selected by the paper's sports department. Jerry Janes a rugged defensive end Ray Howard one of the out­ standing linemen of the season Dick Tamburo outstanding pivot- man Don Gottlob star passer THE ALL PLAYER: JERRY JANES JIM LADD CHUCK KALANI JERRY HART RAY HOWARD JOE RAMONA DICK TAMBURO DON GOTTLOB BILLY SANDERS CARL MAYES BUCK McPHAIL The highest priced mutual payoff at Hialeah race track was not a winner. It was the $971.10 paid to place by Baal who ran second on Feb. 4 1932. When in Temple a E TEMPLE 11 N. 4th ARMORED SENTINEL FOURTH ARMY TEAM TEAM POS. Ft. Hood Ft. Sill BAMC Ft. Bliss Ft. Hood Ft. Sill Ft. Hood Ft. Hood BAMC Ft. Hood Ft. SiU ggojdo HHUV'HtlHUIJ 13 E. CENTRAL TEMPLE IVA E. STARNES You Can Go From New York to California In FACT FOR AS LOW AS «Fort Hood Tankers Dominate Fourth Army All-Grid Team and Carl Mayes leading Hood ground gainer were selecte...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 December 1955

See our Selection of Swivel Chairs. There are plenty to choose from. Regular $49.95 NOW Kneehole Desks *69.95 8 Drawer all oak desk. Plank style top. Regular 89.95. A gift to last years. KROEHLER SOFA AND CHAIR 2 TABLE LAMPS 1 COCKTAIL TABLE 2 STEP END TABLES 1 TV CHAIR COMPLETE FOR ONLY TAPPAN RANGE $ 159.95 Regular 219.95 model. Split top burners. Lots of storage space. Big oven. With thermostat. Only a special purchase made this tremendous value-buy possible and we're passing our savings directly on to you. It's your chance to completely furnish your living room now! Sofa makes into an extra bed at a moment's notice. See this outstanding value-buy now. Small down payment delivers balance in easy monthly terms. 2-PIECE SUITS SELLS REGULARLY FOR $219.95 YOU GET ALL 8 PIECES FOR THE SAME PRICE. THIS BEAUTIFUL sSv yanEHltw LIBERAL TERMS itMil! BABY CRIB OUTFIT WITH CHEST *39.95 New Only Complete baby crib with wet- proof type mattress and also mat­ ching 4-drawer chest. Posture type ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 December 1955

Thursday Dec. 15 1955 1r STEP TABLE LAMP TABLE END TABLE COCKTAIL TABLE YOU'LL WANT SEVERAL A S "'v 'sJJ CANE TUB CHAIRS ilif |L 8'/ 2 °»LY $ rl COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED MODERN-CLASSIC suite a W What a thrift vn ru 1llng su'te joy for greet Chnstmas mom.ng! What a C/\AQC .*•$ Useful all the year round. Give them by twos or $Q AC OnWw fours. Only Each Makes •QQ95 AAA come! years to bed extra instantly CHRISTMAS SALE PRICED sun* eo FURNITURE COMPANY of KILLEEN W:Al & 3061 PHONE A King-Size Value Now 9f $ Resist-Size Price! Many of the fine quality features of custom-made furniture. Beautifu1 blonde finished legs with brushed brass ferrules. Smart pleated and bu ton tufted seat and back. Choice of decorator colors in newest itlodern upholstery fabrics. Comfort built into it like an innerspring mattress. Blends beautifully with any furnishings. A life-lasting buy you'll treasure and use for years. 5 PIECE CHROME DINETTE $39.95 Table and 4 Chairs \J STUNNING new lamps SMART GIFT ID...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 December 1955

Page Ten BE AG It McDONALO 0*)ok«wi Pfc Joey Giambra of the 704th Tank Bn Fourth Armored Di­ vision one of the nation's rank­ ing middle-weight boxers was sep- 3 Distinguished Pistol Shooters In Fourth Army With the arrival of 1st Lt. David C. Miller at Fort Sam Houston Texas from Fort Benning Ga. the Fourth Army now has assigned to it three members of the four- man U. S. Army pistol team which recently broke the world record in the National Trophy Team Match at Camp Perry O. Other members of the team assigned to Fourth Army are Lt. Col. William A. Hancock ol' Fort Bliss Tex: the nation­ al .22 caliber pistol champion and Maj. Floyd C. Hummert Camp Chaffee Ark. In the Camp Perry match the U. S. Ai'my team fired 1137 1200 to top the record held by the U. S. Marine Corps by 21 points. Lt. Miller a distinguished pistol shot will enter tryouts at Fort Sam Houston for the 1956 U. S. Olympic modern pentathlon team and will continue to enter Army marksmanship contests. W ——D'AGOSTINO C«f.«...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 December 1955

I Thursday Dec. 15 1955 FORT CARSON Colo. Meet the U.S. Army's most versatile soldier—the man with the jump wings on his chest and the green beret cocked over his right eye. Meet him and mark him well. He's a member of one of the 15 teams which comprise the 77th Special Forces Group (Airborne). In event of war the ability of this soldier and his fellow team-mem- bers to organize and direct pro- democratic guerrilla bands behind the lines can be expected to count as heavily as the action of his fel­ low-soldiers up front. His home station is Fort Bragg^ N. C. but he's at the Mountain and Cold Weather Training Com­ mand here rounding out his Army education by learning to live and fight at high altitudes. He comes from a distinguished lineage does this soldier—the Of­ fice of Strategic Services of World War and those informal bands of Philippine and American sol­ diers who escaping capture when Those attending the course^ v. '11 be drawn from the DA army head­ quarters major ovc mands ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 December 1955

Page Twelve Hood's Shrimp Bowl-bound Tank­ ers who meet the Navy's Atlantic Fleet eleven in the annual grid classic at Galveston on December 18 have displayed a diversified and well-balanced attack this fall. In rolling up 3273 yards from a in in am Hoodmen have gone 1702 yards on the ground and 1571 through the air for an offensive average of 363.7 yards per game. Gottlob Leads Air Attack Heading the air attack this fall have been quarterbacks Don Gott­ lob of Galveson a former Little Ail-American at Sam Houston State and later signal-caller for the New York Giants and Jim Riddle of Wichita Falls who starred at Har- dhi-Simmons. In leading the Tankers to a 31-20 win over the power-laden Fort Sill team in the playoff game for the Fourth Army title Gottlob com­ pleted 20 of 33 tosses for 244 yards. Navy Adds Cornell Tulane Cincinnati For '56 Grid Slate ANNAPOLIS Md. (AFPS) Navy's 1956 football schedule adds Tulane Cornell Virginia and Cin­ cinnati. Dropped from next year's list of op...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 December 1955

'4 Thursday Dec. 15 1955 WASHINGTON The Army is taking a new approach to an old problem—the building of character and morale—with its Character Guidance Council and Character Guidance program. Under the supervision of the council a planned program using the tools of modern personnel management is in effect through­ out the Army stressing specifical­ ly the qualities of character re­ quired of the individual officer and enlisted man. The relationship be­ tween leader and follower is per­ sonalized to show each' person in the Army where he fits into the Army team. The Character Guidance Pro­ gram is an outgrowth of the Uni­ versal Military Training Experi­ mental Unit set up at Fort Knox. Ky. in 1946 under command of Brigadier General John N. Devine. Ideas stressed in this experimen­ The ^Army Approaches Old Problem Character- Morale In New Way tal unit were based on what De- vine called "decent human rela tions." The "teacher-student" re­ lationship between leaders and fol­ lowers wa...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 December 1955

FORT SAM HOUSTON—During the western Louisiana maneuvers the woods were full of Smoky Bears but the U. S. and Aggressor forces were holding their fire. Smoky Bears were pictured on 20000 fire prevention posters and countless vvildshield stickers dis­ played throughout the heavily for­ ested maneuver area. With their forceful slogans the Smoky Bears had a positive effect along with numerous other precau­ tions which were taken in the most comprehensive fire safety pro­ gram ever conducted during a war game in the Fourth Army area. The average fire incidence rate for the maneuver area for the pe­ riod 1950-54 during November and the first half of December was 732 fires and the average number of acres burned was 24107. From ten­ tative reports compiled through Nov. 24 indications are that the fire incidence rate for the ma­ neuver acreage will be 20 per cent less than the last five years' ayer- age for the Nov. 1-Dec. 15 period and that the acreage burned by forest fires will be 80 per ...

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

Thursday Dec. 15 1955 Public Views Life In Army "The Big Picture" NEW YORK (AFPS) When American soldiers huddle in a Ne­ vada trench tasting atomic war­ fare first-hand or hit the Alcan Highway to Alaska for cold-wea­ ther survival training their story is being filmed by Signal Corps cameramen for possible television viewing by 40 million civilians. The medium for telling the army story to the public is "The Big Picture" a 30-minute television program shown over 362 stations throughout the country. A crew of civilian and army pro­ ducers writers narrators lab li­ brary and sound men creates "The Big Picture." But the footage shot by signal corps cameramen all over the world is the show's basic ingredient. After these men "shoot" the army story on location—overseas and stateside—their film is review­ ed at the Signal Corps Pictorial Center in Long Island City for pos­ sible use on the show. Each week 20000 feet of film is reviewed. The best of it that which most clearly and vividly t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 December 1955

Soldiers W ell-Trained In Defensive Driving FORT EUSTIS Va:—The Army trains its soldier-drivers in defen­ sive tactics on the highway. Master Sergeant Woodrow Ed­ wards of 720 Johnson St. Sturgis Kan. enlisted chief of the drivers' test section here at the Transpor­ tation Corps Center sums up the Army position on careful driving when he tells trainees: "It's a matter of simple court­ esy. "Stop for pedestrians and you won't accidentally hit a guy who changes his mind midway and jumps back. If the other driver wants the right-of-way give it to him—never mind what the book says about who has the right-of- way the book won't play for the damage." He then presents applicants with a series of tests set up by the TOUCH OF VENUS—You can't pull the wool over lovely Vero- nique Zuber's eyes. Miss Paris of 1955 the shapely Veronique emerges from a small ocean of synthetic-fiber wool new to France. According to Greek my­ thology Venus the goddess of beauty and love is supposed to have materia...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 December 1955

Thursday Dec. 15 195 LEGALS Legal Directory SAULSBURY.. SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law I'emple Texas First Nat'l Bidtr Ph. 3-52n4 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 LEWIS CASS & YARBOP.OUGH ATTORNEYS AT LAW 4th Street and Avenue Killeen Texas. Phone 14941 TOM CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratliff Building 4th & Ave. Phone 4o91 CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorneys at Law Wood Building day A Ave. Phone 3881 ANNOUNCEMENTS Personals B-2 WILL THE GERMAN WAR BRIDE WHO sold Christmas cards in Walker Village please contact Mrs. Levick. 439 Waskow immediately Phone 7844 JOHNSON'S NURSERY SCHOOL: OPEN from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. five days a week. Ages 3-5. Price: S15 per month A mother with B.A. degree and formei lnurserv school experience. Contact 814 Estelle Ave.. Killeen Heights. Phone K-10354. SERVICES Radio Television Service RADIO AND TV SERVICE CALL SGI. BALLARD Dana Lena Jones. Killeen 1-1(61 between 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Houses. Unfurnished P*5...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 December 1955

Mercury Studebaker Packard Pontiac Oldsmobile Cadillac ONLY 28 MILES FROM KILLEEN WEST HOLIDAY BARGAINS IN NEW and USED CARS DEMONSTRATORS: 1955 Olds Holiday 88 Sedan 1955 Olds 98 4 door Sedan 1956 Olds 88 Holiday Sedan A Good Selection of New Cars to Choose From Used Cars at Year End Close Out Prices We also have a completely up to date service depart­ ment with factory trained mechanics to service your car whether it be Oldsmobile Cadillac or other malce. ALLEN MOTOR CO. Authorized Cadillac—Oldsmobile Dealer 306 N. Key Phone 818 BEFORE YOU TRADE BE SURE TO CHECK OUR PRICES and FINANCE CHARGES PEARCE BUICK CO. 405 North Key Phone 1159 II It's smart to: 1950 CHEVROLET 1953 Chevrolet bigger and the bargains better when you TRADE IN LAMPASAS! SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY ANY NEW OR USED CAR lOCI Qlll^lf Special 4 Door 44.268 $CQC 173 I DUIWIV A a O O 1947 Chevrolet '100 1948 Chevrolet 1951 GMC V2 ton new tires 1952 CHEVROLET V2 ton new tires 1950 FORD V2 ton BURNS CHEVROLET CO. Phone 96 HOUD...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

Thousands of Fort Hood service- en will spend the Christmas holi­ days at home with their loved ones enjoying the warmth and joyous spirit of a family together at Yule- time. FOR THOSE WHO WILL •STAY-BEHIND' AT FORT HOOD a full round of activities has been set-up to make the holiday season a merry one for them too. The POST SPECIAL SERVICES SECTION has geared its service clubs libraries theaters and other functions to the yuletide tempo. USO CLUBS in Killeen and Tem­ ple have made elaborate plans to entertain many of the service­ men who remain behind. POST CHAPLAINS have sched­ uled a total of eight Catholic masses and five Protestant serv­ ices over the holidays. THE 4005th WAC DETACHMENT will go a caroling" tonight VOL. 9 No. 51 -ft Shrimp Bowl Champs A crowd of 7500 was in /the Stands at game time with cloudy skies and no wind. Janes kicked off for Hood and Noel Schmidt took it on the 4 yard line. He was stop­ ped at his own 23. Ray was spilled for a six-yard loss then Meilinger...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

Page Two f' 11 Years Ago (Continued from Page 1) which was part of the Third Army was on the south flank of the 40- mile German penetration." Division artillery reduced the woods in the area to shattered stumps and black craters. Tanks roared over the snowladen ter­ rain. "We were going through fast all guns firing straight up a road to bust through before they had time to get set" one Lieutenant recall ed. "I thought of a lot of things as we took off. I thought of whether the road would be mined whether the bridge would be blown wheth er they would be ready at their anti-tank guns. Then we charged and I didn't have any time to wonder." Guns Boomed Tanks Rolled As the guns boomed and the an he in an a their way slowly through murder­ ous fire. "We ran up on them yelling 'come out' but they wouldn't. One poked his head out of a foxhole and I shot him through the neck. I got closer and hit another on the head with the butt of my Ml. He had American matches on him. Others came out then...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

1 Thursday Dec. 221955 *fh "A Christmas Story" (Translated from the German of Mrs. Webber) It was late in the evening. The city stood covered with a curtain of tranquillity and peace. All the little cabins and huts at Nuren- berg's Christmas Fair were closed Even the man who sold the little angels had finished his day's work turned out the lights and gone home. Day in and day out he sold little angels made from golden paper called "Rauschgold-Engel by the children. They were loved by the small ones because their golden pleated skirts made melod. ious sounds like heavenly music at the faintest touch. The little TONITE-FRIDAY THE VIRGIN QUEEN Bette Davis-Richard Todd SATURDAY CORN'S A-POPPIH' ALL STAR CAST Prevue Sat. Nite-Sun.-Mon. THE TENDER TRAP Frank Sinatra-Debbie Reynolds TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY IT'S A DOGS LIFE Jeff Richards-Jarma Lewis teftl nil LI ti O N 1 6 6 1 TONIGHT-FRIDAY S I A Mark of the Mau Mau SATURDAY ONLY! BIQ!! CARTOON CARNIVAL All Your Favorite Cartoon Characters in a ...

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