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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 August 1954

Hopkins' Fielding Paves Title Path Tireless Tom Kelleher matching muscles with wits in a marathon pitching performance led the 2d AAA Bn. to a 4-3 victory over the 73rd AFA in the fifth and final game of the 1954 Fort Hood play­ offs. The 20 year old southpaw work­ ing hard and without rest scattered six hits to Jewel Magee's National League Champs. By virtue of the win the 2d AAA won the coveted Fort Hood Baseball Championship. It was the third victory and fourth mound appearance for the left handed fireballer in the six day 1954 playoffs. The Bronx New York youth ran up his first two victories with identical 9-1 scores. He threw hitless ball in the open­ er and the 73rd didn't pick up a base hit off Kelleher's slants un­ til the seventh inning of his second appearance. Jumped to Lead In the final game the 73rd AFA jumped off to the lead in the sec­ ond inning when they poured two runs across the plate. Adding a third tally in the fifth inning the 73rd looked well on its way to­ wa...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 August 1954

Thursday Aug. 19 1954 By EDWIN B. HICKS A fighting Texan a native of Cameron whose career spans two world wars and campaigns in Ko­ rea has returned home from Army service in Alaska and has joined the 4th Armored Division. The man who earned such a dis tinguished battle record is CWO Charles H. Branton a spare and suntanned soldier who looks much younger than his 57 years. He is now assigned to the personnel sec­ tion of the 126th Armored Ord­ nance Bn. Mr. Branton has not only been a front-line infantryman for most of his Army service but he served during World War II with the Army's crack volunteer outfit the world famous Merrill's Marauders whose purpose was as he describes it "long range penetration." The hazardous nature of these forays deep into the enemy territory of China and Burma has been told and retold until the story has be­ come a legend. Joins The Army The warrant officer began his career peacably enough. Born in Cameron Tex. he moved to Tus- ]a and graduated from hig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 August 1954

Page EigKt IMipM mm DELIVERED IN TEMPLE $200 LESS THAN ADVERTISED FACTORY OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. EACH NIGHT DELIVERY PRICE! THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Why Fry? DRIVE COOL! Now you can have an Air Conditioned Nash for less than the price of an ordinary car! DE LUXE SEDAN! 69 5 -ms- $ What anyone else can do—we can do better 250 Drive In For A Demonstration Air Conditioned Ride CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST NEW AND USED CAR DEALER All Makes and Models of New and Used Cars Including: NASH HENRY CHEVROLETS BUICKS KAISER FORDS OLDSMOBILES PLYMOUTH MANY OTHERS CAN BE DELIVERED ON SHORT NOTICE IRA YOUNG AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH DEALER CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER "y W HEATSt REFRIGERATES! 1 THIS OFFER IS GOOD FOR ONE WEEK ONLY We or* making this offer for one week only... you can understand why! $200 dollars under the factor/ delivery price is a tremendous saving to you! Never before has any one had the opportunity to buy any car complete with air-conditioning for anything like the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 August 1954

Thursday Aug. 19 1954 By LAWRENCE T. FRIEND Annoying the commanding offi- got cer when he's burning the mid­ night oil and then terrorizing the members of his command is usual­ ly enough to bring a young soldier face to face with the Army's Uni­ form Code of Military Justice. And that's what happened last week to "Major" a young skunk recently assigned as mascot of Btry. of the 1st Armored Divi­ sion's 73rd Armored Field Artillery Bn. After a veterinarian had ren­ dered him harmless (odorless) to forces friendly and unfriendly alike "Major" was ready to join his unit for two weeks of field training in the Sparta area of the Fort Hood Reservation. Major's Plight Here is how his sad plight came about: Living in the field was just fine for the furry artilleryman brother of the weasel and mink. There was lots to eat an ample supply of ice and plenty of room for ma­ neuvering. But "Major" wasn't used to call­ ing it a day so early in the evening. That's how he got in trouble. Capt. Joe M...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 August 1954

Page Ten 4th AD's 195 th AAA Trains At Ft. Bliss Training progress of the 195th AAA Bn at Fort Bliss was observ­ ed by the Fourth Armored Divi­ sion commander Major General Thomas J. H. Trapnell and Briga­ dier General Ernest V. Holmes ar­ tillery commander on a recent visit to the southwest Texas mili­ tary installation. The 195th a battalion of the Four­ th Armored here was activated at Fort Bliss and launched a train­ ing program on July 26 which is to continue until the unit is moved to Fort Hood sometime this fall. Shortly after their arrival Lieut­ enant Colonel Alva J. Moore bat­ talion commander conducted a briefing on the status of the bat­ talion and then conducted the Gen­ erals on a tour of the battalion ar­ ea. During the tour training was observed on the M-42 twin 40mm guns and the quad 50 machine guns. Made up of soldiers from almost every unit at Fort Bliss and many Fort Hood Units personnel of the 195th are proud of the fact that they are members of the only ar­ mor...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 August 1954

Thursday Aug. 19 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory INEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law B'adley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Temple Texas First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 3-5254 RENTALS HOUSES. UNFURNISHED C-4 FOR RENT: TWO BEDROOM HOUSE unfurnished with fenced back yard. 1212 Comay Drive Belton Texas. Phone 215-W. 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 £STATE CITY PROPERTY WANTED P-2 FOR RENT CONVENIENT AND AT tractive Apartments near High School and First Methodist church. Inquire at Studio over Garage. Mrs. Estelle Armstrong 1205 Ash Street George town Texas. FINANCIAL INSURANCE F-3 Automobile Liability Insurance for all military personnel. MASHBURN & SCOTT Real Estate Insurance 915 W. Rancier KILLEEN. TEXAS MERCHANDISE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 1-1 FOR SALE: Vi TON MITCHELL AIR conditioner $85.00 3/...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 August 1954

Page Twelve v:v & &\ WvV^ «&> *N VN\V- K&stkA r -Ml v %s M'A A ED CANTRELL CROWING? ... we are just happy! WE HAVE SOLD 27% MORE NEW FORDS IN BELL COUNTY THAN ANY OTHER DEALER I Wish To Thqnk Fort Hood Personnel... I have been in the car business for a number of years and for several years I have been connected one way or another with sales to military personnel. But in the last year I have had more personal satisfaction fc§il than all the other years put together because I have had the pleasure of selling new Fords to more army personnel than any other dealer in Bell County. I have tried to deal fairly and squarely with each individual mindful of my responsibility and reputation as well as that of the Ford Motor Company. I know that I have saved most of the people that have bought Fords from me money. I will continue to do that. Thank you Signed Ed Cantrell vx^ 'S/P/ A is?. »XV -s-M y' 7^- wV/3t?N & *v* N -i M.. I V\ "/v.. ""419* OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 August 1954

Vol. 8 No. 34. After a distinguished career of more than 37 years in the United States Army Lt. Gen. A. D. Bruce will retire from active duty Tues­ day at Fort Hood—the post which he founded built and commanded in 1942. A colorful retirement review will he held in his honor at 4 p.m. on Be main parade ground. The bxt day he will fly to Houston to assume the presidency of the Uni­ versity of Houston. Honor Guests Hon. Hugh M. Milton assistant secretary of the Army and Mrs. WmrnmSmm mqm General Bruce Fort Hood Founder Retires Tuesday Milton will head a distinguished group of guests who are coming to Fort Hood for the review. Among these will be outstanding civic and business leaders from many parts of the country and from all parts of Texas. Military guests will include Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Albert S. Johnson of Dallas Maj. Gen. K. L. Berry adjutant State of Texas and Mrs. Berry and Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Ike Ashburn of Austin. Maj. Gen. Hobart ft. Gay HI Corps Commander will accom­ pany Gen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 August 1954

Page Two Peripatetic Reporter (Continued from Page One) two decimal places a quantity figure is obtained for each item on the menu. Thus no more food is obtained than is required and waste is kept to a minimum. SOURCE OF SUPPLY The vast amount of food required to keep Fort Hood bodies and souls together must be requisitioned con­ siderably in advance. As we have said this calls for expert plan ning and expert guessing. The re quisitions for non-perishable items such as canned goods salt condi­ ments and cereals must reach the San Antonio General Depot 50 days prior to the first day of the con­ sumption period. One requisition covers the needs for a 60-day pe­ riod. Perishable subsistence ch consists of fresh eggs meat poul­ try and dairy products are re­ quisitioned on a 30-day require­ ment level and the requisitions must arrive at higher headquarters 35 days prior to the first day of the consumption period. Most of the non-perishable items come to Fort Hood either by truck or rail...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 August 1954

Thursday Aug. 26 1954 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES gart No. Manunta Crawford tCADEMIC Thursday Aug. 26 No. 1—"Jesse James vs. the Daltons Brett King Barbara Lawrence No. 2— "The Diamond Wizard" Dennis O'Keefe Margaret Sheridan No. 3—"Sabrina" William Holden Audrey Hepburn Humphrey Bo- -"Call Me Madam" Ethel Merman Vera Ellen George Sanders Donald O'Connor No. 5—"Stranger on the Prowl" Paul Muni Joan Lorring Vittorio NORTH FORT—Ping Pong Tournament ACADEMIC DRIVE—Dance Class 162nd STREET—Name That Tune BRIGADE—Bid Whist 500 Rummy Fridayj Aug. 27 No. 1—"Champion" Kirk Douglas Marilyn Maxwell No. 2—"The Naked Alibi" Sterling Hayden Gloria Grahame No. 3—"Sabrina" William Holden Audrey Hepburn Humphrey Bo- gart No. 4—''The Gambler From Natchez" Dale Robertson Debra Paget No. 5—"Human Desire" Glenn Ford Gloria Grahame Broderick QRTH FORT—Patio Party DRIVE—Stop the Music 162nd STREET—Request Hour and Jam Session by the Pastels BRIGADE—Dance—Waco Hostesses Saturday Aug. 28 No. 1—"Sabrina" ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 August 1954

Page Four Subscription 122 Published In me Interest of the military aa« etrlHan Personnel rt Fort •very Thursday by the Temple Sties Circular Cempany T^f^.Texas. Pollcies and atateimmrs reflects In the news and editorial columns "Present views ®f Individi» writers and nnder no circmmstances are to b© coMsldered those of JJ. the Army. Advertisement* In this publication do not constitute •»ntaMMtto the Department of Defense of the products or services advertised. AllI new matter publication should be sent to the Public Information -OWIce Armore^|e?rtce SkteriSl Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives rps material without written and papers are authorizec) to reprint non-copjrrl*hted AFPS material wunuu. permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: BustaessJ*^'t^0*jM®^fci«0*tmPPostTjtM^ off post $3.00 per year $1.00 for three montas. All pictures are Baited States rxccpt in "n*^'"*"ly"r republication noted the publication of these Is not restricted *™ept. t. Departm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 August 1954

Thursday Aug. 26 1954 All tops on tables genuine For­ mica. Heat acid and alcohol re­ sistant. Ebony black bases on tables. 5-PIECE GROUP mm NEVER BEFORE WOULD YOUR DOLLARS BUY MORE! U. S. KOYLON RUBBER for comfort! 5-Piece Group Truly an outstanding value in a two piece sectional sofa. All the features you would expect in a sectional selling for much more. Theres amaz­ ing comfort in the deluxe innerspring construction. You'll be thrilled when you see the fine selection of smart new decorator fabrics and colors. 5-PIECE GROUP Home's Massive Purchasing Power Home's long established policy of buying direct from America's leading factories is your assurance of the lowest possble prices for quality home furnishings. NO EASIER TERMS IN AMERICA! $ K» w$i I* •:8 1 A U. S. Koylon Rubber For Comfort 2 piCCC SeCtlOltOl coffee table corner table and table lamp. BONUS OFFER 10 piece REVERE WARE SET INCLUDED FREE! with each 3-room budget home sold! Truly an outstanding value is this smart new S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 August 1954

Page Six THE FATE OF JOE LOUIS Photo Bulbs flashed away at the fallen figure of Joe Louis news­ paper reporters at ringside hurriedly put into words the unexpected knockout of the aged Brown Bomber. A throng of ring side fans cheered a young victorious heavyweight named Rocky Marciano. An old adage of the ring was honored again. Youth had been served. Forgotten in an instant was the ring record of a great heavy- weight champion as he lay victimized to the second knockout of a long lusty boxing career. Buried as deep as the poverty from which he had risen to become heavyweight king were the glorious mementos of his long reign as the world's greatest heavyweight. All attention and interest was focused on the young impressive heavyweight named Rocky Marciano. The vanquished and ring ancient Joe Louis was witnessing an experience rendered to previous champions of the squared circle. With the defeat came an end to the colorful fistic following of the Brown Bomber. It was in 1935 before a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 August 1954

'inurtiuay Aug. 26 1954 •k BOBBY BALDWIN Fort Hood Tankers sensational singing center crouches over the pigskin in a practice scrimmage. A former standout for the University of Houston Baldwin will be counted on heavily this season as offensive center and defensive lineback- er for the powerful Tanker squad. (U. S. Army Photo by Corbin) Hood Anchorman Croons Crushes By JOHN MASHEK Whether he's singing a hillbilly melody or putting the clp.mps on an opposing ball carrier Tanker center Bobby Baldwin does the job well. Bobby who need not take a back seat to Hank Snow or Eddy Arnold in warbling a tune will be play­ ing his second year with the Fort Hood gridders this upcoming sea­ son. He'll be counted upon heavily as the offensive center and de­ fensive line-back Last season Baldwin averaged 55 minutes per game giving a creditable account cc himself each Saturday fternoon. He gained such a wide-spread reputation as a line-backer tuat enemy quarter­ backs were reluctant to call a play o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 August 1954

Page Eight T. A regular $158.90 value This Sale Only Both for 129 $ Extra Special Washer and Clothes Cart 95 Automatic Washer and Ironer Floor sample GE Automatic Washer (never used) Regularly $259.95 and a GE Ironer (floor sample) regular price $65.90. A $325.85 value—Special— Both For OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. THURSDAYS This Big-Capacity Wringer Washer washes more clothes quicker and cleaner than any other similar washer. "Instinctive" Wringer pres­ sure cleanses your clothes. ONE YEAR WARRANTY Regular price $139.95 HANDY CLOTHES CART Plastic lining. Rolls easily. And with it is a big bundle of CANNON Bath Towels Face Towels Cup Towels and Wash Cloths 24 pieces in all. Regular price $18.95. SPORTS SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE Cash*on*honcf rather sliiti? Needs Tot* of cfothes for Fall semester? Calls for smart figuring...and that's just what newsiest soft-toe motcasin* are! Come see 'fefft tilt Cream Brown* Black Wine Rust drey Taffy Red! 279 $ TABLES Genuine STICKLEY Leather-top Tables. Your ch...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 August 1954

Thursday Aug. 26 1954 FOR ATTAINING the highest grades in Cooking Class No. 50 4005th ASU Food Service School PFC Joseph H. Shaffer (right) receives a wrist watch from Brig. Gen. Ernest V. Holmes 4th Armored Division Artillery commander. The presentation was made during ceremonies at the 268th Street Chapel.* (U. S. Army Photo) LOANS ... on anything of value PAWN SHOP Licensed & Bonded Pawnbrokers 824 West Roncier NEAR EAST FT. HOOD GATE Money to loan to Military Personnel! Courtesy Loan Co. Phone 10101 Open 9 to 9 Authorized Ford Dealer In KILLEEN Attention Soldiers I FERGUS MOTORS CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON FORDS You Owe It To Yourself To Check Our Deal Before You Buy! FERGUS MOTOR CO. Authorized Ford Sales & Service—Complete Body & Engine Repair So. 8th & Ave. KILLEEN TEXAS Phone 1451 Honor Soldiers To Wear New Army Uniform WASHINGTON (AFPS) Com­ manding officers of the continental armies and the Military District of Washington are selecting two out­ standing career se...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 August 1954

Page Ten Soldier Receives $410 On Re-Enlistment Teeing off for his first re-enlist­'re-activation ment in the Regular Army this week was Pvt. Virgil R. Dickson of the 553rd Armored Infantry Bn. 4th Armored Division. Private Dickson re-enlisted at the Corps Re-enlistment Office for three years requesting duty in the Far East. He received $410 in bonuses and travel pay after taxes of $46 were deducted. A light weapons man the soldier had been inducted into the Army in December of last year. Private Dickson said he took a short dis­ charge and re-enlisted "because of the job security which the Army provides." Arrives At Hood The soldier arrived at Fort Hood in May and was assigned to the 702nd Armored Infantry Bn. 1st Armored Division. After the SAFETY ZONE WHEN LQMHNKSr STOCK AR0(JNDTHEF£O9RS be-sure to clear THE EXIT POORS/. 1 ATTENTION MILITARY PERSONNEL! New you can have your shirts draped through $ 1 the body and sleeves for only I This price includes a beautiful laundered job—sta...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 August 1954

Thursday Aug. 26 1954 1954 FORDS $1595 js?. Oil 1954 Chevrolets *1595 "ft* "What Anyone Else Can 0juA if "lb- 11§|1§| We OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. EACH NIGHT -*&M SENSATIONAL! THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORHOOD TEXAS TERRIFIC! 1 I IRA YOUNG AUTO AGENCY Highway 190 Killeen AUTHORIZED have been the largest car dealer in Central Texas for years IRA YOUNG &//-WE CAN SELL BETTER jjr 'y TEMPLE SHOV ROOM AND CAR LOT! ^TO^tiS Including... NASH KAISER HENRY FORDS Get our price on your next new car before you trade! It doesn't cost a thing to look let us give you a trade-in price on your old automobile. If you want to buy one "out-right".... IRA YOUNG SAVES YOU MONEY. VISIT OUR TWO CONVENIENT KILLEEN LOCATIONS KAISER-WILLYS-NASH CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER yj//''-'s's/ Js'//s '*/"f %////'''''''' '*"""'1 II YOUR CHOICE OF ALL NEW CARS Any time you are shopping for a new car .. YOU'LL FIND IT AT IRA YOUNG'S. In addition to being the authorized dealer for three new car lines we also handle any ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 August 1954

Page Twelrt The 1st Armored Division is combating communism by inform­ ing and educating men as well as teaching them to fight. To do this the Army has an ef­ fective method of reaching the great numbers of men throughout its ranks a series of weekly dis­ cussions called Command Confer­ ence Hours. Held by company-sized groups the discussions are led by officers or enlisted men trained in con ducting Troop Information and Education programs. At each gathering the discus sion leaders sets the pace with com ments from a Department of the Army outline called "Armed Forces Talks" Armed Forces In­ formation pamphlets Fourth Army pamphlets or subjects of local interest. Men Give Views After he initiates the discussion the interest usually rises until at the end of the one hour period a great many of the soldiers in the class have taken part in it by add­ ing their own views. The weekly topics are always of current interest to servicemen and quite often concern the menace of communism. A f...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 August 1954

Thursday Aug. 26 1954 The ability of an armored divi­ sion to move rapidly and out-fight an enemy depends in great measure upon the conditio its vehicles. This includes the giant tanks and trucks that carry men guns and supplies into the heart of the fighting areas. The men of the 1st Armored Divi­ sion's Combat Command "B" now engaged in field training in the Sparta area of the military reser­ vation have learned that vehicular maintenance is a full time job. Travel over the rugged and dusty roads of the reservation takes its toll of tanks and trucks. But "know how" and proper maintenance keeps them operating at peak ef­ ficiency. Driver Maintenance "Maintenance begins "'dth the driver" says WOJG William L. Hogue Motor Officer for Hq. Co. Combat Command "B". He added "The amount of work we have to perform on a vehicle to get it into top shape is a direct result of its past preventive maintenance history." 0 As motor officer it is Warrant fficer Hogue's job to keep the hides both ta...

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