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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 August 1954

Page Twelve KELVIHATOR FIBER- GLAS INSULATED Perfect shopping bag for frozen foods. Ideal for picnics. Fully insulated 17" 18". Zipper Top. Red and black plaid vinyl cover. 2 End Tables 2 Chairs Divan Coffee Table 2 Table Lamps 7-Way Floor Lamp LAMP TABLES blonde or mahogany SOFA BED in tapestry or heavy frieze with plastic covered arms washable A HOT SPECIAL at 2-piece living room suite reg. 204.50 STEP TABLES blonde or mahogany 9.95 "VALUE DAY" SPECIAL THERM-ALL BAG $2.95 Value ONLY 99 SHOP KILLEEN ELECTRIC FIRST FOR BIGGER SAVINGS DURING OUR BIG AUGUST CLEARANCE 9-PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE *69.50 SOLID OAK HOT SPECIAL 139.50 A steal at KILLEEN ELECTRIC Furniture & Appliances 214 AVENUE KILLEEN TEXAS ONLY 134 95 $T95 Going Below Cost 2-Piece Sectional on casters regular 284.50 Only 1 left 179.50 on sale at Limited Supply CORNER TABLES blonde or mahogany 9.50 Coffee Tables blonde or mahogany THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 24 MONTHS TO PAY 214-216 Avenue I...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 August 1954

Thursday Aug. 5 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bra dle.V'Bld g. Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Temple. Texas First Nat'l Bids?. Ph. 3-52o4 ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST FOUND B-8 LOST: BROWN WALLET CONTAINING photos and papers in the vicinty of Theater No. 3. Tuesday night. Reward. 'Return to PFC Charles Thomas Co 16th AEB. RENTALS MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT C-6 ANYONE DESIRING TO STORE A PIANO in a private home may contact Mrs. E. V. Holmes at Killeen 12035. 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 FOR SALE TWO BEDROOM HOUSE hardwood floors good storage space large patio near bus line West Ward and future High School. 714 Sissom Road Phone 312 Killeen. FOR SALE Two New Homes In best residential sec- Jon of Lampasas. Each with 3 bed rooms pfnd on large lots. These hom...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 August 1954

Page Fourteen Ylsuv OjffliaiM NO DOWN PAYMENT Jinan/dnqr Jo ALL RANKS Ed Cantrell These Are Brand New 1954 Wagons BELTON OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK Just Arrived-Now On Display 10 NEW STATION WAGONS We Bring You The Most—FIRST! NO OTHER DEALER IN TEXAS CAN COMPARE These Are The Cars Every Dealer In The Nation Would Give Their Right Arm To Have! THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS IF YOU WANT A CHOICE Why Buy Just Anything On The Floor ED OFFERS: 1. Better Selection 2. Better Deal CANTRELL MOTOR BELTON TEXAS Authorized Dealer DEALER WHITE TAN RED il ifl Vs*V Your Choice of 10 Through hard work and (just between us)—a lot of luck we were able to get together this shipment of 10 new Ford Station Wagons. This item is on the "short list" with every dealer in the nation. We feel very proud that we are looked up on as a Ford Dealer that can "move the Fords" ... otherwise we could never have rounded up 10 of the most wanted cars in America. Remem­ ber... only 10 to go! Check the color...

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

Vol. 8 No. 32 1st Armored Veteran Receives Re-Up Bonus Re-enlisting for four years at the III Corps Recruiting Office here Monday a veteran master sergeant received over $1800 in bonuses and mustering out pay. M/Sgt. David R. Garrett earned a total of $1886.14 after taxes of $186.20 were deducted. He was among 48- men who have re-enlist­ ed since the beginning of August under provisions of the new bonus bill Public Law 506. "Most of the men are taking a six-year re-enlistment" said Lt. S. Wolsborn recruiting officer "re­ ceive an average bonus of $800 to $1000. Mustering out pay travel pay and other payments raise this igure" he added. A veteran of World Wars I and I the Korean Action Sergeant Garrett holds the rank of major in the Reserve. He has been on active duty for 15 years and has spent 19 years on inactive status. Sergeant Garrett of San Diego Calif. is presently on leave and will report for reassignment in the Far East. He arrived at Fort Hood in April after a tour of duty ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 August 1954

Page Two THE CERTIFICATED Veteran Sergeant Recalls Cavalry "We would rather ride horses than eat." That's how one veteran Texas cavalryman sums up the enthus­ iasm of the men of the old horse cavalry. With 31 years of Cavalry and ar­ mor service behind him M/Sgt Julian Herandez of Del Rio now truck master of the 4th Armored Division's 704th Tank Bn. looks back with pride on his early days of service with the "tall men in the saddle." Enlisted in 1923 It was back in 1923 when Ser­ geant Hernandez signed up with the Traffic Signs Are A Matter Of Life Or Death "A pedestrian who disregards 'Signs of Life' often is breaking the law." Capt. Eugene R. Tate acting provost marshal 1st Armored Di­ vision emphasized this point this week in speaking in connection with the "Signs of Life" traffic safety program being sponsored locally this month by the "Old Ironsides" division and the National Safety Council. "Pedestrians killed in traffic" he said "often have been crossing at intersections agai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 August 1954

Thursday Aug. 12 1954 By JIM COLLINS By far the easiest way for a teacher- to put across a point is to illustrate it with a visual aid. And since the 1st Aimored Di­ vision like any oth.-r Army unit has a lot of instructing to do it relies heavily upon its training aids which are charts models diagrams graphs and other visual devices used in teaching military subjects. The office which supplies this material for the division is he Fourth Army Training Aids Sub Center at Fort Hood. The office has 104431 visual aids of all types which it lends out at the rate of about a million a year. Center Rated Superior The center which was recently rated "superior" in a Fourth Army inspection is a special activity of the III Corps G-3 (plans and opera­ tions) section. Headed by Capt. Loyd W. Knight of Mineral Wells Tex. it makes stores and issues training aids used by HI Corps 1st Armored Division 4th Armored Division and Fort Sam Houston. It also does .'work for National Guardsmen Re- vi an O 'r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 August 1954

Page Four 123 Sapient Words Writing Lesson Published In the Interest of the military civilian personnel »t Fort Hood' TeMi. every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Cempsny Temple statement reflected to the news and editorial colamns represent Tiews of tte ln«rtdu»l writers and under no circumstances are to beconsldered those of Department of the Army. Advertisements In this pnblieation do not -n»sOtiite Department of Defense of the products of iwfifcs _„ publication should be sent to the Public laMM mktCTW Hood telephone 3200. This publication receiv^ A^ed ^rses Press and papers are authorized to reprint non-eopyrlrhted AFPS material permission from AFPS. Advertisins copy should be sent to: Business AdvertS copy6*should be sent to: Bnstaess Offlce.PO •obscriptlon off post $3.00 per year. Sl.OTfor threo months. Distribution mi ik». The other day in Harriman New York General Matthew B. Ridg­ way the Army Chief of Staff let go an admonition which might easily become quite prophetic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 August 1954

[Thursday Aug. 12 1954 J^our Men Decorated In 81 Recon Parade FORT HOOD August 10—Four ser­ geants of the 81st Reconnaissance Battalion 1st Armored Division were decorated at a battalion re' view for meritorious service in Korea. The medals were pinned on by Major General William S. Biddle division commander. Bronze stars were awarded to: COL. MARCUS S. GRIFFIN Col. Griffin Named Corps Supply Officer Appointed G-4 (Supply) officer this week for III Corps was Col. Marcus S. Griffin recently return­ ed from FECOM. A' veteran of 19 years military service Colonel Griffin served 18 months with the 7th Armored Di­ vision during World War II and participated in the Rhineland Ar- denes and central Europe cam­ paigns. He also was attached to the War Department Operations Division in Europe. Before coming to Fort Hood Col­ onel Griffin was chief of Mainten­ ance and Supply at Headquarters Far East Command Tokyo for 44 months. Awarded Silver Star Decorations awarded to the col­ onel include th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 August 1954

Kelleher No-Hits National Champs The all important Fort Hood "GI World Series" moves into its third night of competition when the 2d AAA meets the 73rd AFA at Red Lindsay Field tonight at 7:45. The all Div-Arty playoff between the champs of the American and National leagues which had an open date last night swings into action once again with the strong pitching staff of the 73rd AFA giv­ ing the Field Artillery team a slight edge over the injury ridden pitching staff of the 2d AAA. In the playoff opener played be­ fore an impressive crowd at. Red Lindsay field the 2d AAA flacked out the win streak of the 73rd AFA 91. Tom Kelleher a left handed fireballer from the Bronx New York shook off the torment of facing seven right handed bat­ ters in the 73rd AFA lineup and pitched a brilliant no-hitter against the National League champs. The 2d AAA southpaw who made a tireless performance struck out 12 batsmen in shooting his "Ack Ack" teammates ahead in the play­ off series. Kelleher who ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 August 1954

Thursday Aug. 12 1954 The 2d AAA Bn. Baseball team opening the season with a terrific winning pace and then faltering in the stretch mustered all its batting and fielding prowess to­ day to cop the American League Baseball Championship. The ar­ tillery nine was eased into the throne by the aid of an overhauled 25th AIB baseball team that re­ fused to quit against the front run­ ning 100th Tank Bn. Under the field generalship of Lt. Clyde Morrison the "Ack Ack" crew rambled to an impressive lead in the American League flag scramble. Faltering in the stretch the 2d AAA was defeated by the 702nd AIB 9-1 for its first loss of the season. The loss threw the tight American loop into a two way tie broken later when the 25th AIB eliminated the 100th Tank Bn. from a possible American League play off by dumping the Tankers 9-7 in the regular season finale. The upset win enabled the 2d AAA to grab the coveted league championship. One Hit Effort The artillery nine wound up reg­ ular season play...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 August 1954

Page Eight 1. »™gii«fii5i A Armor School Aid Addresses 4th AD Mr. Henry C. Porter assistant to the director of instruction of the Armored School Fort Knox Ky. delivered a series of lectures on methods of instruction to person­ nel of the 4th Armored Division here this week. Speaking to approximately 300 men at each of his four lectures Mr. Porter stressed the correct manner of instructing and placed particular emphasis on public speaking. He addressed representatives from Division Artillery and Com­ bat Command "B" at North Fort Hood and spoke to personnel of Combat Commands "A" and "C" and Division Trains at Theater No. I MRS. MARGARET W. KING wife of Col. James I. King commanding officer of Combat Command "A" of the Fourth Armored Division received a letter of appreciation from Maj. Gen. Hobart R. Gay (left) commanding general of III Corps at his headquarters last week. Col. Milford T. Kubin (right) commanding officer of the U. S. Army Hospital Fort Hood also took part in the cere...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 August 1954

Thursday Aug. 12 1954 4 1950 PONTIAC Convertible a dream boat OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M. EACH NIGHT ACCEPT THIS FRIENDLY DARE TO MATCH OUR It starts today! Backed by American Motors we Nash dealers are out to win America with the greatest trade-in drive in history! Come see car values without precedent! America's lowest-priced family sedans station wagons hardtops convertibles. Sensational Nash Air-Conditioned cars re­ frigerated in summer warmed in winter for hundreds of dollars less than others so equipped. Come see the only cars with Reclining Seats Twin Beds Airflex Suspension trend-setting continental styling ... the extra resale value of Airflyte Unitized Construction. And tiow—to top all this—the trading lid is off! Now we are challenging the industry with the greatest trade-in offer ever made ... the Nash Challenge Deal. We dare you to match it. Bring in the best offer you've received. See if we don't top it. Would you pick up your phone to save up to $400? "-"'J Double-check that o...

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

Page Ten First Armored Holds Vehicle Reduction Test The 1st Armored Division will conduct a 90-day field test of cer­ tain general purpose vehicles in an effort to determine any areas wherein the general purpose cargo transportation used by the division may be reduced. The field test which has been directed by Fourth Army Head quarters will begin today. Four provisional transportation light truck companies are being organized under the command of Lt. Col. Clyde C. Simkus com­ mander of the 1st Armored uar- termaster Bn. Colonel Simkus working under the supervision of the division G-4 vise the operation and mainten­ ance of all cargo vehicles used by the 1st Armored during the test period. To Plan Requirements All units of "Old Ironsides" will plan their tonnage and personnel transport requirements for ten-day periods in order to effect maxi­ mum utilization of the cargo ve­ hicles and personnel participating in the test. Complete records for a 30-day period will be compiled by Colon...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 August 1954

[Thursday Aug. 12 1954 LEGALS 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 RENTALS MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT C-6 BEAUTIFULLY NEW# DECORATED OF- fices lor rent. 2 rooms to each office. Utilities paid. §50 Month. Apply G&S Army Store 305 North 4th Phone 2471. FINANCIAL INSURANCE F-3 Automobile Liability Insurance tor all military personnel. MASHBURN & SCOTT Real Estate Insurance 915 W. Rancier KILLEEN. TEXAS REAL ESTATE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE D-1 PRICED FOR QUICK SALE MODERN 2 bedrom house. Fenced in 100x100 lot garage storage rom and wash house Clear Title sell by owner. Mrs. Henry .7ages 1205 North Park Street Killeen. Also Reg. American Boxer for Sale. MERCHANDISE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 1-1 SIT «N' KNIT SHOP. 1313 So. 27 St. TEMPLE Bear brand yarns for all purposes including thick knits nylon dacron crepes and metallics. Textile pa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 12 August 1954

Page Twelve rs 'i \'v -&SX' VfC* I iJifWiS 27% More People Buy Fords From Ed Cantrell Than Any Other Ford Dealer In Bell County New Officers NO DOWN PAYMENT WE OFFER GOOD TERMS TO ALL RANKS 27* MORE NEW FORDS SOLD BY ED CANTRELL THAN ANY OTHER DEALER IN BELL COUNTY Ed Cantrell (check the records) has sold 27% more new Fords than any other dealer in Bell County. That is a 10% gain over the last time we announced a 17% leadership. We are proud of our sales record and you can be sure we will strive to stay on top. If you have not looked into ED CANTRELL'S "FORD DEAL" you have missed the chance of a lifetime DRIVE A NEW FORD HOME TODAY AND YOU WILL MAKE THE BEST BUY OF YOUR LIFE. See Ed first! $ OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK BE LTON AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER New Fords Sold For As Little As 250 Ed Gives You A Choice If you go shop for a suit or hat you like to have a choice of colors and styles... you don't buy the first one they have to show you! Well why buy a car that way ... Ed C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 August 1954

Vol. 8 No. 33 The Fourth Army Baseball Tour­ nament in all the color and pa­ geantry of a World Series is being geared for its opening here at Fort Hood's Red Lindsay Field on Tues­ day August 24. The Baseball Fes­ tival under the direction of III Corps Special Services will con­ tinue through August 29. Teams are scheduled to arrive air from military installations roughout the Fourth Army Area onday and Tuesday. Brooke Army Medical Center defending- champs heads the 11 teams entered in the six day com­ petitive spectacle that will decide the Fourth Army'.: Diamond Kings for 1954. (See pictures on inside pages) THE BABY PARADE Last week while wandering through Colonel Milford T. Kubin's neat and clean symbiosis of resur­ rection looking for something to write about we encountered Lt. Col. James Hoyt Jenkins chief of the O.B. and Gynecology Section of the hospital. Dr. Jim said he had something he wanted to show us and taking us by the arm led us to his nur­ sery where he had 21 burp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 August 1954

Page Two ALTHOUGH TERRY LYNN was born oil Friday the 13th Sgt. L. T. Nivens and wife Geraldine don't look too worried. Terry the Nivens' third child weighed in at eight pounds three ounces just four hours before the picture was taken and seems impressed with neither the fuss over him nor the genial manner of Capt. C. H. Bruce. Sgt. Nivens is assigned to the 8461st AAU Killeen Base. (U.S. Army Photo by Bolton). WITH LT. COL. JAMES H. JENKINS chief of the O. B. and Gynecology section at the Fort Hood Army Hospital are his two administrative assistants Miss Helen Knapp of Gatesville and Mrs. Jean Schloetzer. Miss Knapp (left) has been the Colonel's sec­ retary for the past three years. Mrs. Schloetzer's husband is as­ signed to Headquarters Company 1st Armored Division. She works for Colonel Jenkins as a stenographer. (U.S. Army Photo by Bolton) EVERY TYPE OF BANKING SERVICE NEW CAR SPECIAL...... NEW CAR SPECIAL Whatever your banking requirements you will find that we offer a most com­...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 August 1954

Thursday Aug. 19 1954 No. No. Jt THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Manunta Thursday Aug. 19 No. 1—"A Bullet Is Waiting/* Stephen McNally Jean Simmons Rory Calhoun No. 2—"Two Guns and a Badge/' Wayne Morris No. 3—"Betrayed" Clark Gable Lana Turner Victor Mature No. 4—"Stranger On The Prowl" Paul Muni Joan Lorring Vittorio NORTH FORT—Ping Pong Tournament ACADEMIC DRIVE—Dance Class 162nd STREET—Stop the Music BRIGADE AVE.—Canasta Pinochle Crawford Kelly Friday Aug. 20 No. 1—"From Here to Eternity" Burt Lancaster Montgomery Gift Deborah Kerr No. 2—"Human Desire/' Glenn Ford Gloria Grahame Broderick No. 3—"Betrayed" Clark Gable Lana Turner Victor Mature No. 4—"Jesse James vs« The Daltons" Brett King Barbara Lawrence No. 5—"Dial For Murder" Ray Milland Robert Cummings Grace NORTH FORT—Gambler's Luck ^^CADEMIC DRIVE—Stop the Music ^V62nd STREET—Turtle Derby BRIGADE AVE.—Dance Calhoun Saturday Aug. 21 No. 1—"Betrayed" Clark Gable Lana Turner Victor Mature No. 2—"Stranger On The Prowl" Paul Muni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 August 1954

Page Four 122 East 42nd Street Published In the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Policies ana staicmonrs reflectei in the news and editorial columns represent views of the mdiviuuai writers and under no circumstances are to beconsldered 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. A" «Le«««••! Fort publication should be sent to the Public Information Office Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Amied ForMs Press and papers are authorized to reprint non-copyrlthted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business OffIce P. O. Box «j *^T'postT'free' Subscription off post. $3.00 per year 81.00 for three months. Distribution on rout tree. All pictures are United States Army Signal Corps photographs. Uniles• noted th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 August 1954

Thursday Aug. 19 1954 iRightfrom POST PLAYOFF SIDELIGHTS TOk KELLEHER'S brilliant pitching in the 1954 Post Playoffs is no secret to the sports fans stationed on this vast military reservation but a fivv facts on this youngster's efforts may still remain hidden from some interested fan. Kelleher set the favored 73rd AFA back on its heels in the opener when he twirled a noteworthy no-hitter. It marked the first time since the opening of league play that Jewel Magee's Na­ tional league Champs were unable to crash a pitcher for a lions share of bas£ hits and runs. The 19 year old New Yorker of Irish descent continued to baffle the 73rd AFA in his secon mound appearance by holding them hitless for six frames. Before Third baseman Ray Murray of the 73rd AFA singled in the seventh inning Kelleher had fired 23 full innings of hit- less bapiL Kelleher was the wining pitcher in all three of the 2d AAA's Playoff victories. He won the opener 9-1 on a no-hit performance he came back with two da...

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