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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 June 1954

Page Sixteen -V •K^—C I Ed Cantrcll FIRST SALES IN BELL COUNTY |£h&ck Jh&M USED CARS 11951 DODGE I Cornet fully equipped $795. 11952 PLYMOUTH [4-dr Cranbrook Radio & heater la very clean car ... $895. 1951 DE SOTO 4-door Crest fully equipped. .$995. 1950 STUDEBAKER Lendcrusier loaded with all extras. $595. 1950 NASH Ambassador overdrive and radio & heater $395. TWO 1951 FORDS Both fully equipped and both just like new. ....... Ea. $995. 1950 FORD [Radio and heater clean ...... $695. 1951 FORD Victoria a very clean car $1095. 1952 FORD Club coupe with radio and heater. ..........$995. s* K."- f' #L ED CANTRELL IF YOU WANT TO DRIVE A FORD.... You'll Want To See Us First! 121 North Main ~i ~J" It Was A Pleasure Folks THANK YOU! ... it was a real pleasure to meet so many people from Fort Hood! It is always a plea­ sure to talk to you—(and of course we enjoyed the sales). We feel that we can give you all you want in a new car deal SOME TIMES WE HAVE BEEN KNOWN TO MAKE A B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 June 1954

Vol. 8 No. 23 The boom is in Ihe process of being lowered on any and all of Fort Hood's speeding reckless or drunken drivers. A determined and concerted drive to reduce the number of highway traffic accidents in the vicinity of Fort Hood was an­ nounced this week by Maj. Gen. Hobart R. Gay. Ill Corps com­ manding general. Reinforced MP patrols will be SLOW DOWN GIRLS One talent: we possess which ^Was never received the recognition it deserves is our knowledge of women. It has been our observa­ tion that they are never in a hur­ ry except when you do not want them to be. The other day a neat and trim cutie emerged from the Main Post Exchange carrying several pack­ ages. After unwrapping the pack- ages and putting them in her auto­ mobile she walked over to the trash cans and carefully deposited the waste paper instead of throw­ ing it upon the ground and clut­ tering up the works as most peo­ ple do. General Hobart Raymond Gay was a witness to this civilized act from his temporary dw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 June 1954

Page Two III Corps Headquarters assumed the duties of the Fort Hood com­ mand last week in accordance with a directive from Fourth Army headquarters. At the same time staff officer assignments were announced by Maj. Gen. Hobart R. Gay III III Corps Headquarters Takes Official Command Of Fort Hood Corps commanding general. All units at the post have been at­ tached to the corps headquarters. Brig. Gen. John P. Daley was assigned as commander of corps artillery. His aide de camp will be Lt. Sherman B. Fant. Staff assignments to the office LT. GEN. I. D. WHITE Fourth Army Commander (left) and Col. James E. Rudder commander of the 90th Reserve Infantry Di- visision last week at North Fort Hood. They were accompanied on the tour by Maj. Gen. Hobart R. Gay IH Corps commander. COL. FREDERICK H. WESTON commander of the 112th Armor­ ed Cavalry Regt. (standing left) inspects machine gun training with Lt. Gen. I. D. White Fourth Army commander during a visit made by General White to North Fort...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 June 1954

Thursday June 10 1954 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES 179 Years Old Thursday5 June 10 No* 1—"Johnny Dark" Paul Kelly Tony Curtis Piper Laurie No. 2—"Law and Order" Ronald Reagan Alex Nicol No. 3—"The Robe" Victor Mature No. 5—"With A Song In My Heart" Susan Hayward Rory Calhoun. Friday June 11 No. 1—"Johnny Dark" Tony Curtis Piper Laurie No. 2—"Station West" Dick Powell Jane Greer No. 3—"The Robe" Victure Mature No. 5—"Titfield Thunderbolt" Stanley Holtoway Saturday June 12 No. 1—"The Limping Man" Lloyd Bridges Morra Lister No. 2—"Sangaree" Fernando Lamas Arlene Dahl No. 3—"Law And Order" Ronald Reagan Alex Nicol Dorothy Ma- lone Preston Foster No- 5—"Indiscretion Of An American Wife" Jennifer Jones Mont­ gomery Cliff ^Infantry Is Still Queen Of Battle A queen will celebrate her anni­ versary Monday. Probably no monarch has ruled so long been so loved been so cursed been put on the shelf as often nor returned to power so frequently. Declared dead after each war and at regular interval...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 June 1954

Page Four permission from AFPS. 322 I'nblisliea In the interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Policies and stafemonrs rcflecto 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 'Vrmy. 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 should he sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forees Press Service material and pajiers are authorized to reprint non-copyrichted Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 419. Temple Texas Subscription off post $3.00 per year 81.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. All pictures are United States Army SliraaJ Corps photographs.. Unle...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 June 1954

Thursday June 10 1954 Top Graduate eceives Award As honor man of Cooking Class No. 39 Fourth Army Area Food Service School at Fort Hood Pvt. David F. Pearson was presented with a wrist watch at graduation ceremonies held at the 268th Street Chapel last week. The presentation was made by Lt. Col. HaiTy W. McCormick school commandant. Certificates were awarded to 27 graduates. In an address to the graduates Lt. Robert A. Sudbay of the 303rd Signal Bn. said that a major re­ sponsibility for maintaining Army morale will fall on the men when they begin their oles as cooks. COMf HIRE for Johns-Manville ROOFING Building Material DEALER Don't take chances Buy from dealers you know buy materials you can trust. Johns-Manville roofings are backed by over 90 years of experience. We carry a com­ plete line. Ask for our recommendations now! NO DOWN PAYMENT 36 MO. TO PAY FREE ESTIMATE O N S A N I E BUILDING MATERIALS KILLEEN LUMBER CO. khonel901 Nite 5993 Gray & Ave. IRA YOUNG AUTO AGENCY KILL...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 June 1954

73rd AFA Stops Prov Bn 8-6 At Red Lindsay Four teams are lodged in a first place tie as the National League finished its first hectic week of competition in the Fort Hood Base­ ball League. The 317th Tank Bn 68th AFA 4th Tank and the 73 AFA are deadlocked in the pilot's seat with two wins apiece. The 317th Tank Battalion knock ed Gray Air Force Base from the ranks of the undefeated by hand ing them a 6-4 setback. Gray Base shot to the top in the standings when they won a 6-3 decision from the 16th Engineers. The 317th fur­ thered their winning ways' by win­ ning a thriller from the 123 Ord­ nance Battalion 2-1. Surprise strength in the league has come from the 73rd AFA. This Artillery outfit put the skids on a high riding Provisional Battalion baseball team 8-6 in an exciting game at Red Lindsay field. They had previously downed the 91st AFA 9-4. Along the line of the "red braid" the 68th AFA swept through two opponents. They defeated the 123 Ordnance Battalion 4-2 and strengthened ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 June 1954

Thursday June 10 1954 REWARD CAUTION! DESCRIPTION "Authorized Ford Dealer" OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK! THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS by LW.F.D... Aliases: with as little as ... ED CANTRELL MOTOR CO BELTON. TEXAS NTED! ¥(Live Wire Ford Dealer) WANTED ALIVE! Very Dangerous ... may be driving old Ford or some less popular form of transportation. JOHN Q. PUBLIC John Doe John Hancock Sam Hill Tom Dick or Harry Mr. or Mrs. America buy your next one in BELTON 250 $ May be driving any old kind of car (he hasn't heard about Ed) has slight American accent bears head scars because he's henpecked (wife constantly nagging at him to get better car). Has flattened nose caused by grindstone he keeps it to seat of trous­ ers show sign of long hours of jumping and rocking in old car pocket- book noticeably flat caused by continuous drain in repairs and in mak­ ing big payments and high financing. The above described should be apprehended at once. The L. W. F. D. (Live Wire Ford Dealer) i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 June 1954

Hp f!|l I* ri- Regular $199.95 Suite Genuine Kroehler 2 pc.matching suite. Lat­ est style with grey & charcoal covering. Quality furnishings at big savings during our gigantic ANNIVERSARY SALE Genuine Modern of home REGULAR 189.95 SUITE -vy matching end table. sgs Kroehler 2 piece sectional suite. The last say in style grey and charcoal tweed cover. See our complete line furnishings. Complete Living Room in modern ranch furniture. All exposed wood is solid oak. Your choice of fine selection of quality coverings. Consists of Living Room Sofa 5 PIECES AS (makes bed instantly) 2 matching arm chairs. Solid oak coffee table. Solid oak LISTED ONLY ZCtctfr Wood-Reinforced WARDROBE Is Priced At Only .98 This big handsome UTILO Wardrobe has a full wood-framed front heavy wood center support wood-reinforced doors and smart wood door pulls and latches. Measures 66x27x21"...antf is spaciously designed to store up to 27 garments. Extra Storage Protection DDT treated to dis­ courage moths and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 June 1954

10 1954 N llll Week AND GREATEST Regular 5.50 All metal step stool. Rubber steps and tops. Buy now and save. Our Anniversary. ALL METAL BUNK BEDS [turdy :O^ETE WITH 2 MATTRESSES lur^nniversary 'rice of Only N*I#imiiii ?3.50 69.95 $ ....... FURNITURE COMPANY Of Killeen DURING THIS SALE iiiiir iVi')iii _i_ i'i Regular 69.95 Genuine Berkline Easy Rockers and Ottoman.Your choice of modern covers. 49.95 Now for Only THE II SUN-NAPPER A CONVERTIBLE OUTDOOR LOUNGE IT FOLDS FLAT Open Flat for Bed for Porch or Chaise Lounge While They Last ay—Plenty Of Easy Parking jr Conditioned EEN PHONE 3061 IUN Our Anniversary Price Cash & Carry lalaW THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Regular 49.95 Plastic Easy Rocker. Your choice of colors. Fullspring construc­ tion. 00 ia^iccuck. $-flA AA Regular 89.95 Simmons Sleep Lounge armless style. Just right for trailers. IS '69.50 Regular 144.95 MAHOGANY SECRETARY Curved front style. Four drawers has secret compartments. SPECIAL $ ONLY Regular 289.95 Reg...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 June 1954

Page Ten S E E I N Engineers Complete Additions For New Moonraker Season The 16th Armored Engineer Bn. of the 1st Armored Division has found a means of combining valu­ able training with the performing of a good deed for the children of Fort Hood. Camp Moonraker. summer camp for 8-16 year old children of Fort Hood personnel is receiving the benefits from the "faceplift- ing" project now underway by A Co. For while accomplishing their primary job of training men to Gatesville Pastor Speaks At Services Rev. J. T. Ayei's pastor of the First Baptist Church of Gates­ ville will speak at the weekly Servicemen for Christ meeting to be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the 52nd Street Chapel. A native of Texas Rev. Ayers has held pastorates in Hubbard and Goldthwaite. He has received degrees from Baylor University and Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth and has taught in the religion department at Baylor for four years. Servicemen for Christ meetings are held each Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. in...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 June 1954

Thursday June 10 1954 ^Commanders Praise 634th On San Antonio Appearances The 1st Armored Division's 634th Armored Infantry Bn. has received letters of praise and commenda­ tion for presenting the "Old Iron sides" Division in two parades dur­ ing "Fiesta Week" in San Antonio during April Quartermaster Readies Tests In Desert Area NATICK Mass. (AFPS) An­ other team of Army Quartermas­ ter scientists will leave the Re­ search and Development Head­ quarter here soon to conduct hot- weather tests in the Arizona des­ ert. The team—3 officers 31 enlisted men and 15 civilians—will seek data concerning load carrying foot problems absorption of heat and a comparison of desert uni­ forms in the summer temperatures which reach 115 degrees at the Yuma Ariz. test station. One of the specific problems will |be the testing of different types Bf boot soles. The extreme 160-de- gree heat of the desert sand and rocks penetrating through shoes has always presented a problem to the foot soldier. It is ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 June 1954

Page Twelve 68th AFA The battery wishes to congratu­ late the first sergeant Roger W. Lyon on his second award of the Good Conduct Medal and SFC Howard Harper for his first award of the Good Conduct Medal. The award to the two men were bestowed upon them at the bat­ talion parade which honored Lt. Col. Poston who is leaving the bat­ talion. The battery wishes to congratu­ late PFC Ronald Sparkman and bis wife for the arrival in the fam­ ily a seven pound girl. The battery is also pleased to welcome back Lt. Leon Chapman 46th Eng Bn About the most important event of the week was the change over of battalion commanders. Lt. Col. Max Leighty the former 35th En­ gineer Group executive officer as­ sumed command of the 46th En­ gineer's Lt. Col. Ray H. Fentriss is leaving. His new assignment hasn't been disclosed as yet. HQ CO. PFC Roland J. Nottingham de­ parted this company for the non­ commissioned officers' course at the NCO Academy. The completion of barracks re­ modeling in the Comp...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 June 1954

Thursday June? 10 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory A-t l^IlT^yCLINK^NBEARD" Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-1 MARLBOKO HEIGHTS RENTALS INC. Colored Development 1 and 2 bedroom Duplexes RENTAL OFFICE 927 Stetson Ave—Phone 4175 HIGHWAY 190—KILLEEN FOR RENT: ONE ROOiM FOR OLDER lady or gentleman lot for trailer liou.se with modern conveniences and utilities. Reasonable. See Henry .lager at 1205 North Park Street. Killeen. REAL fiSTATE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE D-l FOR SALE. NORTHSIDE TEMPLE 1- bedroom home. Located on a through street with fenced in backyard and Aus­ tin stone barbecue pit. Its features in­ clude floor furnace tile bath and Kitch­ en and garage with large storage space. Small equity. Phone 3-2652. 1201 N. 12th FOR SALE Two New Homes in best residential sec­ tion ol LaSftpasas. Each with 3 bed rooms and on large lots. These homes are com­ plete and modern. Can be bought lOO^o G. I. Loan to Veterans that can quality. We will handle a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 June 1954

Page Fourteen 27th AFA 701st AIB HQ. CO. A few changes in the battalion last week for those of you who haven't been able to keep up with them they are as follows: the personnel office has moved to building 1813 where it will be on the lower floor. a a ad a a moved into the building vacated by the personnel office and at the same time taken over the guard­ house which previously used the same building. Now the 701st Guardhouse oc­ cupies a tent which is located at the corner of Central Avenue and Hood Road. This week PFC Howard K. Eng­ lish will be going home on a 15 day leave. He is planning to be married June 13. One thing's sure that this boy doesn't believe in superstition. PFC Ronald Knox is now a life­ guard at pool No. 2 and he's got the tan to prove it. A CO. The company welcomes Lt. Ken­ neth B. Heflin. He will be Platoon Leader of the First Platoon. PFC Andrew Murin of the com­ pany has returned from a seven day leave and is back at work in the commo shop. The company won i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 June 1954

Vol. 8 No. 24 America's most modern fight­ ing force—the 1st Armored Divi­ sion—yesterday put on an impres­ sive show of strength as it played host to several top-ranking Mexi­ can military representatives. The mightiest weapons of "Old Ironsides" were first shown to the guests in a static display of equip­ ment. Later they went through their paces in a demonstration of firepower and finally were shown in action going over two assault courses. The guests included seven gen­ era^ who have Mexican Army commands adjacent to the Amun- can border who were invited to ^isit Fourth Army installations by fc. Gen. I. D. White Fourth Army Commander.' These visits have been conducted annually for the past several years by Fourth Army. This year the stopping points include Fort Sam Houston Tex. and Fort Sill Okla. as well as Fort Hood. Mexican dignitaries who observ­ ed the demonstrations were Lt. Gen. Miguel ORRICO de los Llanos. representative of the Minister of National Defense Lt. Gen. Lucas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 June 1954

Page Two Is Bandit Bites Dust llliil DIRECTING THE OPERATIONS of the 36th Infantry Division Texas National Guard at North Fort Hood is Maj. Gen. Carl L. Phinney commanding general of the unit. Col. Thomas S. Bishop chief of staff (right) looks on as General Phinney indicates train­ ing site on map of Fort Hood. The National Guard division will under go two weeks of training at North Fort Hood. (U.S. Army Photo). LT. GRONNER PITTS Medical officer and two of his assistants Cpl. Ed McFarlan left and PFC Bill Eggar background all of Brownwood Texas are mixing up ingredients for an unknown victim. All these men are members of the 1st Battalion Medical Platoon 142 Infantry Regiment 36th Infantry Texas Division. (U.S. Army Photo). CHICAGO (AFPSj Patrolman Michael Mulvihill 54 chased a robber into an alley and shot him in the knee. Reason: Mike an off- duty policeman got slightly per­ turbed when the gunman took his false teeth during a saloon rob­ bery. kCAR Belfon Highway Kaybee NCO's To ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 June 1954

Thursday June 17 1934 No. No. No. No. No. No. No- No. No. No. No. No. No. No. C: THEATERS SERVICE: CLUBS MESSES 1—"Adventures No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. Cobb Thursday June 17 2—"Thunder Bay" James Stewart Dan Duryea 3—"The Outlaw Stallion" Phil Carey 5—"Law And Order" Ronald Reagan Alex Nicol Friday June 18 2—"Adventures of Robinson Crusoe" Dan O'Herlihy 3—"Gorilla At Large" Cameron Mitchell Anne Bancroft 5—"Station West" Dick Powell Jane Greer Saturday June 19 WASHINGTON (ANF) More than one-fourth of the 1326.000 en­ listed men and women in the U.S. Army are not old enough to vote. A five percent survey of the totai Army population conducted by the Adjutant General's Office reveals that 27 percent of the total Wom­ en's Army Corps and male en­ listed personnel are below 21 years of age. Among male personnel 26 per- nt of the Regular Army and 28 percent of the inductees and other reservists fall into this age group. Voting Age However Ihe largest single age Jfroup has just i-ea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 June 1954

Page Four 122 East 42nd Street I'nblisbea in the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and statements reflectd 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 should be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel. Fort Mood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forees Press Service material and payers are authorized to reprint non-copyrirhted AFPS material without written pennlss-on from AFPS. Advertising copy 6hould be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 419 Temple Texas. Subscription off post $3.00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. All pictures are United...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 June 1954

b§ Thursday June 17 1954 MATS Has Been Flying ifely For 17 Months (AFPS) The Military Air Transport Service celebrated its sixth anniversary June 1 proud of its current 17- month perfect safety record: more than 731000 passengers and pa­ tients airlifted without a single fatality. rWASHINGTON During the past six years MATS has been in operation it has tra­ veled over 115000 miles of air routes airlifted more than 2427- 000 personnel 403500 tons of cargo and mail. All told MATS has logged nearly 5265000000 miles in six years. New Reserve Officers To Be Called By Army WASHINGTPN (AFPS) The Army has announced that it will order to active duty nearly all re­ serve of ice commissioned through ROTC between May 1 1954 and April 30 1955. The only exceptions will be ROTC graduates who are veterans of previous military service and oth­ ers not liable to induction under Selective Service regulations. All other newly commissioned officers will be called to active duty and ordered directly to th...

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