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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

want be obtained. ALICE GORMLET 123 East 42nd Street robUabeu In thr interest of the military anfl civilian personnel it Fort "P0?' erery Thursday by tbe Temple -Sales Circular Company. •tatemonro reflect®. In the news and editorial columns represent of writers and undei nr circumstance* are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute ft* Department of Defense of the products 01 services advertised All niJ"*J.'«* publication sbouM be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel. Fort Bood telephone 35113. This is not an official army newspaper howeier wtion receives Armed Forces Press Service material and papers are authorized reprint non-copyrighted AFrS material without written permission from AFFS. Advertising copy shonld be sent to: business Office P_0. Boa 419- Temple Texas. Subscription off post. S3 00 per year $1.00 for three months nistributlon on Post free. All pictures are United States Army Slnial Co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

Thursday Dec. 221955 ^1 £adiM ^fhoupA--ljDudh if tfctwiiie&--Sunday School Around The Post By RUTH ELLIOTT Now that the Tankers have made it plain that they are indeed the champions and the little league wound up its tournament Saturday with a championship playoff Fort Hooders are going to be looking for new activities to keep them busy. Congratulations Tankers for that very convincing Shrimp Bowl victory. And congratulations to the Colts the midget football team that won the Post championship Saturday Engineer Wives Hold Monthly Luncheon Here The Officers' Wives of the 24th AEB held their monthly luncheon Wednesday Dec. 14 at the Offi­ cers' club. Mrs. William O. Cherry and Mrs. Bob L. Easley were host­ esses. Following the Christmas theme the table was decorated .with a large Chri&mas tree in the Ikcenter and with smaller trees ptnade from graduated Christmas balls on either side. Place cards were set in popcorn balls. Mrs. Lister Moore was a guest of the luncheon. Those a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

Page Six ankers GALVESTON TEX. Hood's Tankers displayed tremen­ dous power on the ground and in the air as they completely over­ whelmed the Navy's Atlantic Fleet grid team by a 33 to 13 score in he an a S game here Sunday before a crowd of 7500. The soldiers took charge right at the start scoring the first time they got the ball after only theee minutes and 40 seconds of play had gone by then with a host of reserves sharing in the work ad­ ded two more scores in the first half to enjoy a 21-0 bulge at inter­ mission. The winners ran their lead When in Temple a With radio and heater. HALFBACK SAMMY HOPSOX (22) was brought down by Navy quarterback Ed Gramigna (69) after taking a short pass from Don Gottlob on the second Hood offensive play in the Shrimp Bowl last Sunday. (US Army Photo by Welch.) 6 passenger with Ferdematie radio and heater. With radio heater and overdrive. With heater and Fordomatic. With heater 23000 actual miles. With heater. With heater ant' air conditioning. Two...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

Thursday Dec. 221955 FORT HOOD INDIVIDUAL HANDICAP BOWLING LEAGUE— Members of the Fort Hood Dental Officers Individual Bowling League smile as they get ready to start the final week of com­ petition which finishes with the victory of Lt. Col. S. J. HIetko. He rolled for a 18-6 won-lost record to top Capt. J. Reichenbach's Dick Tamburo Fort Hood's AIL American center has again re­ ceived National recognition for his pei'formance on the gridiron during the current season. Tamburo who received na­ tional honors while playing with the champion Michigan State team in 1952 has been named to the All-Service eleven for the '55 season and was given 1 cr» 1 1 Ui Tamburo Named To All-Service Howard Makes 3rd Army Team a second-team berth on the All-Army team. The All-Service eleven is selected by service sports writers and coaches and players named to the team are picked from the Army Air Force Marines and Navy teams. Voting for the All-Army team which is selected by the news­ paper Army Times...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

Page Eight YES—AGAIN! FORT SAM HOUSTON Tex. M/Sgt. Edward J. Stos is getting to be quite a familiar face around here. The sergeant a veteran of 20 years' service enlisted nere in 1935 1938 1945 1951 and 1955. 0-OWS GvncC Zhe season of rejoicement is here and we extend to you our sincerest wishes for a cheerful and peaceful Yuletide. A QUICK BUCK NIAGARA FALLS N. F. (AFPS) —This is the story of a thief who picked up a fast buck and ran away. It was a 200-pound seven- point buck shot by a hunter. It was stolen off the hood of his car. CRAIG NEWS 325 E. Ave. Phone 1811 w} is our sincerest wish that this Christmas brings a great abundance of warm and lasting pleasures to everyone. KILLEEN THEATRES A. L. CLARY ELBERT BISHOP J. E. DAVIS WADE WALLACE NANCY BISHOP BEATRICE DAVIS JOAN MUNDELL EUGENE PAINTER JUAN PENA HASKELL SIMS LOUISE SIMS JACK T. MILLER SIDNEY SIMS DAVID AREVALOS DOROTHY FAUCETT BENITO CANO CORA COLLIER WILBUR LEATHERWOOD IDA YICK ADA SMITH THOMAS LEROY HOLMES BARBARA DEL...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

ft 4 WW^.' 't 4J Thursday Dec. 221955 down and Hopson dashed to the Navy 44 for another. A pass was knocked down then Meilinger went to the Middy *35 and Navy took time out. Mayes crashed for a yard and a first down then he took a pass from Meiliger on the Navy ten. Meilinger went to the Navy 4 Hopson was stopped on the two then he scored on the next play and Mayes made the scoreboard read 21-0 from placement. Young returned Janes' kick to his own 20 but Hood was penalized five and kicked over. Hall kicked to McKee and he returned ten yards to his own 42 where he fumbled an re re os so a to a a in in iv a Gottlob lost two on an end sweep. Matzke went to the'Navy 32 for a first-and-ten and Bechtel added two more yards. Then three passes went astray and Navy took over at the 19. A host of Navy replace­ ments came on the field and Bo­ nar was dropped for su one-yard Joss. Schmidt got loose to the 37 for a first down and Marinkovich I plunged for four more. Schmidt put it on the Navy 46...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

Page Ten MONDAY 7:15 7:16 7:30 8:00 8:-10 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:45 No Vehicle Deadline Record Achieved By 4th AD Unit The no-vehicle-deadline record of the Fourth Armored Division's Hq and Hq Company motor pool is another outstanding example of what kept the division rolling dur­ ing Exercise Sage Brush. Mechanics and drivers of the motor pool kept their 50 wheel and six track vehicles in operation dur­ ing the entire maneuver without a deadline. In addition they serv­ iced the vehicles of the units at- taached to division headquarters which included a counter intelli­ gence detachment a military in­ telligence group a leaflet and loud­ speaker platoon an umpire detach­ ment and a camouflage platoon. During the combat phases of the maneuver their jobs were perform­ ed so well that not one vehicle broke down or had to fall out of a convoy. "I would take this group into combat anytime. They're ready" says CWO E. L. Torbert motor and transportation officer and a combat veteran. "They did an...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

Thursday Dec. 221955 LEGALS Legal Directory SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law temple Texas First Nat'i Bide. Ph. 3-5254 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1863 LEWIS CASS & YARBOROUGH 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 3881 ANNOUNCEMENTS Personals B-2 WILL THE GERMAN WAR BRIDE WHO sold Christmas cards in Walker Village please contact Mrs. Lovick 439 Waskow. immediately Phone 7844. JOHNSON'S NURSERY SCHOOL: OPEN from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. five days a ^•fe'eek. Ages 3-5. Price: 515 per month. mother with B.A. degree and former ^••urserv school experience. Contact 814 ^^Estelle Ave.. Killeen Heights. Phone K-10354. SERVICES Radio Television Service C-18 RADIO AND TV SERVICE CALL SGT. BALLARD Killeen 3747 TV ANTENNAS All channel completely installed from gr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

Page Twelve DEMONSTRATORS: Very Clean Studebaker Packard Pontiac Oldsmobile Cadillac ONLY 28 MILES FROM KILLEEN WEST HOLIDAY BARGAINS IN NEW and USED CARS 1955 OWs HoMdaY 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 make. ALLEN MOTOR CO. Authorized Cadillac—Oldsmobile Dealer 306 N. Key Phone 818 1955 BUICK Super with power steering power brakes two tone 1952 BUICK 1952 FORD Overdrive two tone four door PEARCE BUICK CO. 405 North Key Phone 1159 88 5edan 1955 Olds 98 4 deer Sedan 1956 Olds 88 Holiday Sedan 2495 S 785 695 it 1953 Chevrolet 1951 Chevrolet 1950 Chevrolet 1950 Chevrolet 4 Deer 210. With power glide radio heater defroster and seat covers. 37743 actiial miles. With heater defrosters and seat covers. Very clean one owner car. Lew mileage. 1948 Chevrolet 1949 Studebaker 1947 Chevrolet THE ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

SO^VOUVE EOT A. [CHRISTMAS FURLOUGH COMIN0 UP. I WHY CAN'T YOU DO THE SANTA CLAUS JOB A VTHE ORPHANA6E PARTY'S ON DECEMBER 23 RD AND I CANT LEAVE FOR HOME UNTIL THAT AFTERNOON. I JUST CAN'T MAKE IT THAT'S PERFECT/ GIVE ME A SEAT ON THAT ALR COACH LEAVING AT 3'.20 ON FRIDAY THE 23 RE7. WHAT TIME DID VOU SAY I'LL LAND AT 5:30 SIR AND VOUR FARE WILL BE JUST $\5.18 HAPPY NEW YEARX SURE HAS DOT SANTA CLAUS. 1 AND THE .THIS HAS BEEN WONDERFUL HOLIDAY SEASON WITH YOU HOME. SCHEDULED AIRLINES HELPED A LOT. HAPPY NEW YEAR- HONEY WELL /THAT'S THE WAY IT IS THEN# YOU'LL HAVE TO TELL ANYHOW WILL GET ME THERE IN PLENTY OF TIME FOR THE PARTY. X(=M yOU'LL BE WITH DOT AND YOUR FAMILY FOR CHRISTMAS -ruAnr YAH BUT I SURE HATE TO LET THOSE KIDS DOWN. ^V-r{ AND FLYIN YOU'LL BE RIGHT ON TIME BECAUSE THIS IS A SCHEDULED AIRLINE. WE TRANSPORTATION OFFICERS TRANSFER MEN THIS WAY™TT'S ATORE DEPENDABLE 1 AH Official Travel TR'S ALASKA AIRLINES ALLEGHENY AIRLINES AMERICAN AIRLINES BONANZA AIR LINES BRANIFF AI...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

I LWPR* THE FIRST WEEK I FIVE POUNDS REVLN&L FOSDICK//-FOR THAT WVRKING RAP VOU SENT ME UP LOOKS FORJT' ill HEY BOY TAKE IT EASY WITH THAT CHOW. YOU'RE PUTTING ON TOO MUCH BEEF. 0 PIGTHISBARNACLE/ LIKE SOMETHING NOTHING TO IT.1 PIP A WORTH SEEING/ TOUGHER STUNT THAN HAT IN A *UFTPPY IMESS HAU. HOUR 6WOWJ MY £7.95 UNSHRINKABLE SUIT- SHRONK//— AND DARE I FURTHER RISK SOB^-RIPPING IT?-YES1 MUST// IT MEANS MV L1FE/.r THE THIRP WEEK I 20 POUNPS 5AVE OUR COUGH/THERE 5 IN FACT CROCKYOU OUGHT TO PO YOURSELF A FAVOR AN GO ON A PIET. A DIET? NOT ME BOY/ WOW/ WHAT HAPPENED THEFOORTH WEEK? ~N|E 1 I JUMPEP WHAT'5 50 OFF A 200 WHAT A ^VOU'LL CONSIDER REVOLTING ME A FINE. CATCH CATCH// I WHEN 1 COMB MV HAIR WITH WJL.DROOT CREAM -Ol \-f? 'SHARP ABOUT FOOT TOWER )THAT? ANY- INTO A NET/ jQOQi COULP JUMP OFF I ONCE WENT~) ON ONE BUT NEVER AGAIN.' WHY? WHAT HAPPENED? LOST MY PANTS/ msMM A AM/#? NETT KEEPS HAIR NEAT BUT BUT NEVER-OGH.?- ^THAT'DBE GREASY//- REMOVES I ILLEGAL!.' LOOSE DANDRUFF2M MV GE...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

fe'W W-i-r' k'i flwiwl aoiogpoud. BIAOIAI 31Vd3dO 01 AfiOH nsojM Mild sour SMIHiVMJ. WE'VE GOT TNIS HOMING PIGEON BUT WE HAVEN'T ANY PENCIL ANP RAPER TO WRITE A THE NEXT DAY. IPr HEY/ YOU/ CORPORAL! MY PARROT WILL TAKE CARE OF THE MESSAGE CMnOON YOU SPARE A GUY. PIME FOR A GUP ri"Zi G/Kf OF COFFEE HIM A .. ...DECISIONS ARE SOMETIMES REACHED BY 50UNP JUDGEMENT CLEAR LOGIC AND FORESIGHT DEVELOPED BY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE. END.' FOLLOW THAT AND DOH'7 •FORGET 1*£ME5SAS£' TsaYBUPPY WE MARINES ALWAYS PD TWN&S IN A BI6 WAY. HERE'S THREE PIME5 CAN ml POOR BREAK. AIN'T YOU THE 6UY WHO GAVE ME THREE PIMES FOR THREE CUPS OF COFFEE YESTERPAY? MY FRIENDS WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF YOU CARE TO JOIN THEM FOR ft&EOH FOR YOU.' GO SET -YOURSELF THREE CUPS OF COFFEE/ «3 THAT'S RIGHT. X'M THE G*OY. "BUT 5tR THEY TOLD MB I WAS YOUR WING MAN.'* ATTENTION/ *522 WILL BE PAID FOR EACH OF THE BEST ORIGINAL CARTOONS OR IDEAS SUBMITTED BY SERVICEMEN EVERY J5SU£. SORRY BUT NO MATERIAL CAN BE RETURNED UNLES5 AC...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

HOWEVER ALL OF HIS EUROPEAN FLIGHTS DURING WORLD WAR Jt WERE MOT SUC­ CESSFUL. HE WAS FORCED TO AS A RESULT TWE major ESCAPED AND BEFORE L0l*5 WAS BACK WITH. HIS. 5QPADRON FOR HIS EXPLOITS IN WORLD WAR 1L MA JO P. YEAGER WAS awarded the silver STAR. WITH ONE OAK LEAF CLUSTER "THE DISTINGUISHED FLYlNG CEOSS WITH OAK LEAF CLUSTER THE BRONZE STAR THE AIR MEDAL WITH SEVEN OAK LEAF CLUSTERS AND THE PURPLE HEART BAIL OUT OVER. ENEMY HELD FRANCE ON HIS NINTH MISSION... THE MAJOR GAINED *..-'3$8£ 1/* f&JRlNG T8E LATTER STAGES OF P£0££AMMAJ0R YEAGER MCCOMPUSHFD THE OUISTANDiNO' |fDWERANP REACHING AN ALTITUDE OF Z%00O FEET IN ONE MINUTE. AND FORTY SECONDS AFTER ENG-JNE START- HE £*C&£VEV TH£ SPEED OF SOUND ON "THE WAY UP/ WHEREUPON HE WAS A AVIATION HISTORY WHEN HE BECAME THE FIRST PILOT ID CRACK THE SONIC BARRIER ON OCT 141947. THIS FEAT WAS ACCOMPLISHED IN A RESEARCH AIRCRAFT THE ROCKET- PROPELLED BELL 1. FOR THE OUT STANDING RECORDS SET IN THE X-l MAJOR YEAGER WAS PRE5ENTED THE MAC...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 December 1955

(jfe YOU GOT EYES LIKE A COUPLE' OF LUMPY PUDDLES.' v--? THEN CAME DANCING PARTS IN MUSICALS-SUCCESS IN HOLLVWOOO. AND ACTOR-DIRECTOR JOHN IRELAND MAKE THE 30-DAY CAMEL /MILDNESS TEST... SEE WHAT YOU'VE BEEN MISSING' ILL FLOf? I KNOW IT* GIRLS JUST PONT GO FOR ME.' Si&GE-SmncK I-I NEVER KNOW WHAT TO SAY AND EVEN WHEN I DO IT JUST LAVS THERE SICK-LIKE.1 ^SUCH HAIR.!\ IT HAS THE SOFTNESS OF. EIDER-DOWN.' WHAT YOU NEED IS A LINE FIGGY.L YOU'VE GOT TO WOO THEM WITH COMPLIMENTS.. AROUSE THEIR EMOTIONS1. HAIR FEELS LIKE CHICKEN FEATHERS FIRST AN ACROBATIC DANCER... JOHN AND JOANNE ARE NOW MR. AND MRS... WORKING TOGETHER IN MORE AND MORE HIT MOVIES... WE'VE ANOTHER JOANNETHANKS THANKS I WANT PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS/ JOANNE DRU WAS For more pure pleasure... have a TELL YOU WHAT... LISTEN TO THE LINE I HAND TERRY AND USE A SIMILAR LINE ON MILLIE/... &UT DONT QUOTE ME DIRECTLY OR THEY'LL GET WISE TO THE GAME/ YOU HAVE THE FRAGRANCE OF HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLES IN BLOSSOM. WHEN HER FAMILY MO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 December 1955

im VOL. 9 No. 52 The Army has a heart. This sim­ ple statement can be proven by a family of nine in Killeen Texas and a family in Oklahoma. At a meeting last month the per- menent party of the Fourth Ar­ mored Division's 504th Replace­ ment Company thought it would be a good idea if they could help bring the cheer of the Christmas season to a needy family in this area. At the next two paycalls each man donated a dollar toward the project. At another meeting of the company personnel one member suggested that in addition to help­ ing a needy family in this area they could also help a member of their own company. They all agreed and first Lieutenant Joseph S. Bradley Company Commander Dresented a money order for 100 pilars to a private in the com- iny tp. help bring some cheer to lis family in Oklahoma. Not knowing who could use the Ws and other gifts they had Ser­ geant First Class William E Biggs and Sergeant Frank T. Clark got in touch with Vernon "Blondie" re they had been told cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 December 1955

Page Twv Conducts Daily Inspections To assure Fort Hood soldiers they are receiving top quality foods the Post Veterinarian daily con­ ducts an inspection on all meats and vegetables received here at Fort Hood. Through the Food Inspection and Sanitation Program Lt. Col. George C. Coburn Post Veterina­ rian and his staff daily check all Beginning Tuesday January 10 the Fort Hood Institute on Juda­ ism offers all a chance to study the religion. It's sole purpose will be to teach those persons who are interested the basic concepts of Judaism. The first phases of the course will be devoted to biblical study: what the Bible is who wrote it the periods in which it was writ­ ten and why it is so important. The second phase will teach Jewish history: what happened when where and why. Finally if there is a demand for it basic Hebrew reading and compre­ hension will be taught. The Institute offers all Jewish and Non-Jewish personnel a chance to participate regardless of what religion he adher...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 December 1955

.y Thursday Dec. 29 1955 ervous The Fourth Armored Division's nervous system the 144th Armored Signal Company found it needed a Seven League voice to keep in con­ tact with the Division's fast roll­ ing units during Exercise Sage Brush. Responsible for keeping in con­ tact with all units in the Division at all times the 144th had to keep talking no matter how far away the units were or how fagt they moved—or how often the Company itself had to move. The importance of communica­ tions in combat is obvious. No commander can fight a war unless he knows exactly where both the enemy and his own side is. Often far from the scene of action a com­ mander is only as good as his com­ munications which like the human nervous system keep him the brain in contact with his eyes and ears —reconnaissance patrols—and his hands—combat units. Si 1711 Messages 1 During the Exercise the Signal •tompany's system processed 1711 Btficial messages. This number in­ cludes only messages required to fbe entere...

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