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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 June 1954

Page Twelve v. tS0 y-i Open unfil 9 p. for your convenience ^.Wi§ ill m. each evening S- 121 North Main ^ms V'VVr AS low$2 5 1953 FORD Radio and Heater 1950 FORD Radio and Heater 1949 FORD Radio and Heater THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS fmf WHY? to 1951 FORD VICTORIA Radio and Heater 1951 DESOTA Radio and Heater ED. CANTRELL MOTOR CO. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY AHY CAR "Authorized Ford Dealer" BELTON TEXAS Phone 61 $1195. $495. I I $495. $995. ALL ROADS LEAD TO— $895. BELTON -THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR NEXT FORD! irtw.-w A Records Will Prove More Fords Are Sold In BELTON Than Any Other City In Bell County.... (ASK THE NEXT 10 NEW FORD OWNERS WHERE THEY BOUGHT THEIR CAR) We Give "TOP" Trade-in Allowances YOU CAN'T BEAT OUR USED CAR PRICES 1952 FORD Radio and Healer *V'4 COULD IT BE: Ed Canfrell makes abetter deal? Ed Canfrell has abetter selection? Ed Cantrell better understands your problems? Ed Cantrell is in business TO DO BUSINESS? Ed Cantrell offers top prices for your old car? Ed C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 July 1954

Vol. 8. No. 26 411' A Personal Message From The Commanding General Nothing would please me any more nothing would afford me greater satisfaction than to pass through the coming Fourth of July week-end without death or injury or accident to any member of this command. I earnestly beseech all of you faith­ fully to observe the rules of safety which have been dissem­ inated for your protection to the end that not a single life will be lost that not a single person will be injured that not a single dollar will be lost in property damage that sorrow will not visit the home of a{ single member of this command I submit my hopes to you. INTELLIGENCE REPORT An amusing fellow we know is a one-legged man who naturally walks with the aid of crutches. He drives a 1925 Tom Ford which has no self-starter. The other it wouldn't start. After cranking the blooming thing for 20 minutes he became enraged and began beating it upon the hood with his crutches. He also swore at it call­ ing it every vile n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 July 1954

Page Two CAPT. MARGARET FAIRFIELD CAPT. KEITH FAIRFIELD Korean Courtship Coupled Captains Who wears the bars in this family? Captain Margaret and Captain Keith Fairfield are the only hus­ band and wife team stationed at Fort Hood both holding the rank of Captain. On the distaff side Captain Margaret Fairfield is at­ tached to the Post Hospital while her husband Captain Keith is the executive officer of the 4005th ASU Enlisted Detachment. Their international courtship be­ gan on a blind date in Pusan Ko­ rea in 1950. Captain Margaret was serving her second tour of Korean duty as a nurse with a POW unit. National Guard Pilots Will Race For Ricks Cup WASHINGTON (AFPS) Six Air National Guard jet pilots will streak from .California to Detroit July 24 in a cross-country race for the Earl T. Ricks Memorial Tro­ phy. The race honoring the late Chief of the Air Force Div. of the NG Bureau who died last Janu­ ary will be held in connection with the International Aviation Exposition in Detroit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 July 1954

Thursday July 1 1954 Mile-long convoys brought in personnel of the famous World War II 49tth Armored Division to North Fort Hood Sunday. It is one of the nation's t\yo National Guard divisions slated for training here. Guardsmen of an advance party arrived Saturday to quickly set up a headquarters for other members of the organizations including Brig. Gen. Albert Sidney Johnson commanding general. These men were part of the 111 units stationed in 56 Texas cities. On Monday the citizen-soldiers began a strenuous two weeks train­ ing cycle. The guardsmen started off the week with approximately FRIDAY JULY 2 8-9 p.m.—Square dance and folk dancing instructions 9-11 p.m.—Square dancing SATURDAY JULY 3 10 a.m. 1o 2 p.m.—Record time. 1:30 to 5 p.m.—Leather craft 1 to 4 p.m.—Talk-a-Letter Home 8:30-11:30 p.m.—Dixie Roundup on patio. Refreshments. SUNDAY JULY 4 8:30 a.m.—Java hour First Meth­ odist church Young Adult class 11:30 a.m.—Church call. Trans­ portation. 2-3 p.m.—Concert hour. 5 p....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 July 1954

Page Four 122 East 42nd Street NOTHING TO FEAR I'obHshen In the Interest of the military u( ctTlIlan personnel at Fort Hood Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies an# atalemcnrs reflectet 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 tne 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 Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Anne« Fortea and pavers are authorized to reprint non-copyrifhted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy shonld 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 All pictures are Onlted States Army Sign...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 July 1954

Thursday July 1 1954 Camping Stove Burns Any Type Car Gasoline J. C. Higgins.... 16.95 No searching for hard lo find white gos with this handy two-burner stove. Heavy gauge steel. Holds two pans. Large Ice Chest Cools Food and Beverages .. 16.95 J. Higgins Deluxe J. C. Higgins model full inch of glass fiber insulation. Rubber gasket in cover. Handy drain. 20x13x13-in. One-Gallon Jug J. C. Higgins Fine Quality Blue-Gray 2.69 With thick dependable MZero-Cel" insulation. Gray porcelain liner and polished aluminum cup cover. Swimming Flippers 2.98 Lightweight mold- ed rubber. Adjust- able. Available in I Medium (3 to 7) Large (8 to 12). Quality Goggles 98c Gives extra wide vision in water without distortion. Large rubber face- piece plastic lens. Win yourself a prize. You can still enter Sears ... Fishing Contest... Come in sign up ... No Charge. Ends July 17. 1954. BUY YOUR FISHING LICENSE AT SEARS. &L. And ALL 3 FOR 49900 48.00 Down 26.00 Month on Sears Easy Payment Plan (Usual ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 July 1954

Page Six By JIM BAPIS REX LAYNE DESTINED FOR DEFEAT On July 21 1951 and January 19 1954 newspaper reporters al over the country caught the attention of the Boxing World in their accounts of the two setbacks that Rex Layne the slugging kid from the beet fields of Utah had taken. The accounts varied in detail anc description but they all had one understanding in general Rex Layne a kid who was fighting in Madison Square Garden while most with his experience were still being carded in Tank towns had the poten­ tial in him to thunder to tremendous victories in both fights but instead rallied only sparingly as he suffered two of the many beatings that marred his fistic record. The first date many of his close friends will not easily forget. Madison Square Garden was jammed to capacity to witness the battle of the young heavyweights. This was the night of the long publicized Rex Layne-Rocky Marciano ten rounder. These two fighters were bringing life into a boxing era that clung to the fad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 July 1954

Thursday July 1 1954 Billy Maxwell Fort Hood's up- and-coming pro toured the Golf Club No. 2 course in 66 strokes Sunday to win the Fort Hood Golf Championship from Claude "Buster" Reed one up in match play. Reed's sizzling three under par 67 gave him the runner-up trophy. In Sunday's final match before !pp$|5|p Tommy Johnson successfully de­ fended his welterweight crown Sunday as a climax to Special Services 16 bout program. A large crowd jammed the Sports Arena to sec the stocky welter from the 100th Tn Bn match gloves with talented Albert Pepin. Pepin who suffered a setback recently at the hands of 1st Tk Bn's Stephen Taylor fought on even terms with Johnson in all Ft. Benning Site Of NRA Team Matches WASHINGTON (AFPS) The final competition for selecting a rifle and pistol team to represent the U.S. next fall in the 36th An­ nual International Shooting Union World Championship Matches will be held at Ft. Benning Ga. Oct. 27-Nov. 7. The final tryouts at Ft. Benning conducted unde...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 July 1954

Page Eight A SWING and a miss as Rich­ ard Gilson star center fielder of the 4005th ASU takes a healthy cut on a pitch and misses. The action shown here was typical of the 2d AAA-4005th contest as 30 batsmen fell strikeout vic­ tims. (U.S. Army Photo by Finkel) Seven Straight FIRST NATIONAL BANK Banking Facilities on Post Headquarters Avenue Serving Fort Hood and Killeen 54" DeLuxe Cabinet Sink ^$173* W A WEEK INCLUDING DISPOSER Big twin drainboards Rugged steel throughout All deluxe features ?4' wide single bowl 36" wide twin bowls 42' wide deep bowl right or left KelleherFires2AAA To Lead In American The 2d AAA led by the brilliant pitching of Tom Kelleher remain­ ed in first place in the American League. The week's play proved one of the most grueling for the league leaders. Tom Kelleher called on twice in relief kept the 2d AAA win streak in tact by pitching scoreless ball for 11 innings. The 19 year old left hander gave up two hits. The season's largest crowd watched the 2d AAA...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 July 1954

Thursday July 1 1954 WE SELL MILITARY PERSONNEL REGARDLESS OF RANK WE AIM TO GET THESE CARS ON THE ROAD! THE mmm BUY A BETTER CAR NOW 4 at our Get-Up-and-Go LOWER PRICES! S 4 Jv^ THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS HUNDREDS OF CARS TO CHOOSE FROM LOWEST PRICES Ira Young Auto Agency KILLEEN Highway 190 cars in all makes and models—AND PRICED TO GO! LOW DOWN PAYMENT LOW BANK RATES *HIGH TRADE-INS In They've Gotta Go! MAKE Central Texas Frankly ... we have toe many cars. There comes a time time in every business man's life when he "over shoots." This is that time with us! We got a little excited over the price and quality of the cars that were available and bought them all! Right now you can make the buy of your life ... we will not turn down any reasonable offer CASH OR TRADE. Right now you will have a wonderful choice of us AN OFFER All Makes And Models Take Your Choice. *0* OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. Three Convenient Locations IRA YOUNG TEMPLE Belton Highway IN YEARS Ira Young Auto Co. KIL...

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

Page Ten 6Watchdog9 By RONALD FRANKEL Whether playing the warm­ hearted host to a group of visit­ ing orphans or acting as a fierce green-clad aggressor force the 1st Armored Division's versatile 81st Reconnaissance battalion plays its role to the hilt. As the only reconnaissance bat­ talion in the Division the 81st has the all-important task of acting as the 1st Armored's combat "watch­ dog". Its mission in battle is to provide reconnaissance and secur­ ity for the men of "Old Ironsides" by scouting hostile enemy terri­ tory before advancing American armor. Highly skilled teams of men are required for reconnaissance work. The 81st meets this challenge with constant training and a high de­ gree of comba: readiness. As the "eyes and ears" of the Division the battalion must have great mobility armor protection ef­ fective firepower and flexibility of organization. To make simulated combat more realistic to the men of the 1st Armored Division a capable enthusiastic aggressor force is r...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 July 1954

Thursday July 1 1954 ^Ist Armored By CPL. JIM COLLINS When the 1st Armored Division Band leads a parade it does so in style mounted on jeeps. In fact it is believed to be the first and only jeep-mounted band in the United States Army. When the ""i-piece band rolls along riding in 21 jeeps the bands- ri en are' colorful and sharp as witness their bright yellow hel- Convert 40th To Armored Guard Division WASHINGTON (AFPS) Cali­ fornia's 40th Infantry Division will be converted to the 40th Armored Div. on July 1 as part of the pro­ gram for increasing the armored striking power of the National Guard. The change-over will give the NG three such divisions including the 50th Armored Division of New ^fcjTersey and the 49th Armored ^JPt)ivision of Texas. The conversion does not change he a iv is on a basis of the NG which remains at 27 divisions including 24 infantry divisions. The 40th Infantry Division or­ dered to active military service on Sept. 1 1950 will revert to state control June ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 July 1954

Page Twelve Dover N.J. (ANF)—Spinning electrons inside the doughnut-shap­ ed vacuum tubes have been har­ nessed as "seeing eyes" to speed the inspection of tanks ammuni tion and other Army battlefield equipment. The electrons light satellite particles of the atom are te source of high energy X-rays us­ ed to penetrate metal forgings castings welds and machine as­ semblies ranging in thickness from a fraction of an inch up to 24 inch­ es. At Picatinhy Arsenal here a 22- 000000 volt "seeing eye" passes final judgement on high explosive shells for the Army's largest gun— the 280-millimeter monster which can also fire atomic projectiles. X-RAY CHECK Because of its potent and deadly radiation the X-ray inspector is treated with as much respect as a bolt of lightning. It penetrates 11 inches of metal and explosive char­ ge in its photographic examination Ammo Equipment Tested By Electrons At Arsenal of the "king size" artillery shells In a matter of minutes the mas sive X-ray instrument k...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 July 1954

Thursday July 1 1954 Mrs. Johnnie Otho Jones Hq Ifcid eNICHOLSOX—Born E JrsPARKMAN—Born' A and Co PRICE—Born May 20 1954 to Sgt. Mrs. Dan Wheeler Price 8456th MP Killeen Base Killeen a son Johnny Allen GAGE—Born May 20 1954 to Sgt and Mrs. James Russell Gage A Btry 2d AAA Bn Fort Hood a daughter Barbara Jean. COX—Born May 20 1954 to PFC. and Mrs. Bernice Earl Cox Co A 123d AOMB Fort Hood a daughter Kathy Erlene. RATHBURN—Born May 21 1954 M/Sgt. and Mr. Jesse D. Rathburn CoA 16th AEB Fort Hood a son Charles Dawes.' TITSWORTH—Born May 21 1954 to Cpl. and Mrs. Harold Gene Titsworth Hq Co 81st Ren Bn Fort Hood a daughter Donna Jean. SANDOVAL—Born "May 21 1954 to SFC. and Mrs. John Tony Sandoval Bridge Co 16th AEB Fort Hood a son Steven James. DIBBLE—Born May 21 1954 to SFC. and Mrs. James Willie Dibble CoC 25th AIB Fort Hood a daughter Ramona. WYLIE—Born May 21 1954 to PFC. and Mrs. John Reid Wylie( Hq Btry 27th AIB Fort Hood a daughter Linda Jean. HOUSTON—Born May 22 1954 to PFC. ana M...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 July 1954

Page Fourteen Columbus Ohio (ANF)— deadly black widow spider is weav­ ing a web of economy for the U.S. Army's Corps of Engineers. Nearly 100 black widows so named because of their shiny black bodies and their tidy habit of eatings a male after mating—are at work in the engineering section of the Columbus General Depot. The product of their labors which cannot be duplicated by science saves the government an estimated $6000 a year. They spin the fine tough elastic AFPS*WideiWvrM WHILE GOING through the pin­ up file this photo happened to stand out for obvious reasons. The outfit which seems to be real cool summer wear was modeled in Paris. Unfortunately we don't know the lovely model's name. 504 Sig. Bn. HQ. CO. The battalion joined in the cele­ bration of the 94th birthday of the Signal Corps by trouncing the 303rd Sig. Bn. in several athletic events topped by a 13-6 win in baseball. 207TH SIG. CO. Promoted to corporal was Cle­ ment L. Gosch and new Privates First Class are Jimmy P...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 July 1954

Thursday July 1 1954 LEGALS SfW IT! Legal Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Temple Texas First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 3-5254 ANNOUNCEMENTS DINING DANCING. AMUSE. B-7 CHARLOTTE PRINCE SCHOOL of Dance will start summer classes July 1. Reg­ istration will be taken at 906 Wells Street or call 201. Special classes for boys in modern and acrobatic. Each new student will receive one lesson free. All morning classes. RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED Reasonable. See Henry Jager at 1205 North Park Street Killeen. MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT C-6 BEAUTIFULLY NEW DECORATED OF- fices for rent. 2 rooms to each office. Utilities paid. $50 Month. Apply G&S Army Store 305 North 4th Phone 2471. REAL ESTATE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE D-L pR SALE. NORTHSIDE TEMPLE 2- bedroom home. Located on a through street with fenced in backyard and Aus­ tin stone barbecue pit. Its features in­ clude floor furnace tile bat...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 July 1954

Page Sixteen sf' *'s*yl & *r & I fS ED CANTRELL Cantrell FIRST IN NEW FORD SALES IN BELL COUNTY Ford has lead the nation in new car sales ED CAN- TRELL leads in new Ford Sales in Bell County. We are proud of this record thanks to you folks at Fort Hood we will continue to lead! For the best deal you ever made stop in and let us figure with you! Don't say you can't drive one of the best cars on the road until you KNOW! You'll KNOW when you get our deal! USED CAR SALES L. C. Jordan Mgr. LOCATED ON NEW BELTON-TEMPLE HIWAY Plenty Of Real Brgains This Week! a .'j£~ 5 "c '"M tV'.f' ?f». v~"— 'j.V ||||«iiMiiiiiiiiaiMWj|j **J*** --sC ft «j» vSs»i's srv IV^ y*»«\ _T vy? "v "wSivv Wv'v T^: THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS BELTON a* Si' S* S3* «r 'aV r' /2^c 5«K- *v -v- V^WC. s^""' '1«W Nv^.V' vs r^ s~X?\ ^v%." {ZZ ^rk •r! A -4. All Roads Lead To &- mm ^v 'yyw- t*4. v* 2? N* "C .• si- t$% yV)F' v'i BELTON iy SAV\vv !'#!!«.& $ ]A x^5i AND BEnER DEAL! J250 NO WHERE UNDER THE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 July 1954

Vol. 8 No. 27 More than 200 members of the 35th Engineer Group and the 1st Armored Division remained on duty this week in flood-stricken Rio Grande Valley communities bringing relief to persons suffer­ ing in the aftermath of the worst flood the area has ever experi­ enced. Bridging operations were being carried on at Laredo and Eagle Pass by engineer groups while field kitchens were kept busy pre- paring food at Laredo and Ozona. Bridge Kiver About 100 members of Bridge Company 16th Armored Engineer n. joined workers from the 35th 'ngineer Group in bridging the io Grande at Laredo. In addition field kitchens from the 1st Armored and 35th were among the 20 kitchens from Fort Hood taking part there in "Task Force Snow" under Maj. Thomas R. Snow of the 2nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Bn. Four cooks are on duty with each kitchen. At Ozona 30 men were left be­ hind to direct feeding and to help organize a clean-up effort as most of "Task Force Wilson" under Maj. J. W. Wilson of the 16th En­...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 July 1954

Page Two By DAVE CRAIGHEAD Two soliders who first met dur­ ing the climactic days of World War II— on opposing sides have been reunited this time as members of the same unit in the United States Army. Then citizens of two countries engaged in a death-struggle they are now both members of the 1st Armored Division's 91st Armored Field Artillery Bn. at Fort Hood. The conference is being estab­ lished for mothers of babies be­ tween five weeks and three months of age and to be held every Thurs­ day 8 to 11 a.m. The purpose is to guide mothers in regard to nu­ trition needs making of formulaes and the care of the child. "Even mothers with several children will benefit by the con­ ference" Captain man stated and as the conference pro­ gresses and appointment system will be established according to age. An advantage of the conference is that it will relieve the burden Smoke Generators Hunt Water Leaks Fourth Army headquarters re­ vealed this week that the Interna­ tional Boundary and Water...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 July 1954

Thursday July 8 1954 No. No. No. No. Gabor No. No. THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES APPRECIATION DAY MERCHANT 1 THURSDAY JULY 8 No. 1—"Francis Joins The WAC's' Donald 0 Connor No. 2—"The Desert Legion" Alan Ladd Aelene Dahl No. 3—"Return From The Sea" Jan Sterling Neville Brand No. 5—"Off Limits" Bob Hope Mickey Rooney FRIDAY JULY 9 The presentations were made by s&s CLUB TEMPLE'S MOST POPULAR NIGHT CLUB Playing The Finest Of Bands Nightly For Your Dancing Pleasure Shirley's Cafe ADJOINING THE CLUB For Your Convenience OUR SPECIALTY: SIZZLING STEAKS SEAFOODS FRIED CHICKEN and A VARIETY OF SANDWICHES. Phone 3.9700 For Reservations. L. S. SHIRLEY Owner & Operator LOCATED ON HIGHWAY 81 BETWEEN TEMPLE & BELTON 1—"Francis ojins The WAC's" Donald O'Connor 2—"About Mrs. Leslie" Robert Ryan Shirley Booth 3—"Push Over" Fred McMurray 5—"Captain Kidd and The Slave Girl Toqy Dexter Eva SATURDAY JULY 10 "Return From The Sea" Jan Sterling Neville Brand "Creature From The Black Lagoon" Ri...

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