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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 September 1954

Page Two Becomes "Real Texan99 Red Tape Ends Joe's In School It took a ten thousand mile trip yards of red tape and the efforts of a warm-hearted understanding sergeant but little Ernest Joe Branham was at his desk in the Killeen East Ward Elementary School when the fall term opened last week well on his way to be coming "a real Texan." Joe was one of the many or­ phans left in the wake of the re­ cent Korean war. But not any more. Now he is the legally adopt­ ed son of M-Sgt. and Mrs. Ravil B. Branham who are living in the Castle Heights Addition of Killeen. His daddy is assigned to the 25th Reconnaisance Bn. of the 4th Arm­ ored Division here. Joe's life here since arrival from the Far East last June is in sharp contrast to the rubble and filth of the street in Seoul where mem­ bers of Sergeant Branham's com­ pany found him wandering fifteen months ago. The sergeant was "first soldier" of the 502d Recon. Platoon in Korea at that time and his unit made the little fellow its' mascot...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 September 1954

Thursday Sept. 9 1954 Ted Weemsr-his orchestra and entertainers will appear at Red Lindsay Field at 6:30 p.m. Satur­ day night. TED WEEMS Temple III 117 S. 5th St. FRIDAY SEPT. 10 Informal games and dancing. SATURDAY SEPT. 11 1:30-5 p.m.—Leathercraft. 2-5 p.m.—Talk-a-Letter Home. 18:30-11.30 p.m.—Patio dance. SUNDAY SEPT. 12 8:30 a. m. Java hour. Young Adult class First Methodist church. 10:30 a.m.—Church call. 3 p.m. Sing-Along with Mrs. Eden. 5 p.m.—Dinner Bell Hour Church of Christ. MONDAY SEPT. 13 Shuffleboard on patio. Skittle. Ping-Pong. TUESDAY SEPT. 14 8-11 p.m.—Square dancing. John­ nie Lusk caller and instructor. WEDNESDAY SEPT. 15 Crafts. Informal games. ARCADIA A N I N E S A E E A E Temple Texas 4 BIG DAYS STARTS SATURDAY MocMURRAY Jose FEKREI A COLUMBIA PICTUtf tTed Weems' Troupe Plays At Lindsay Friday Night BIG AS THE SEA ITSELF! TH« Great Novel is Even Greater on the Screen I CAINE MUTINY starring Hmpbrty BOGART Van JOHNSON fni Three other name bands will be at Fort ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 September 1954

Page Four BOOK BORROWERS OVERWORKED PHRASES I'D Oil sheo Id the Interest of the military ana civilian persannel at Fort Hood Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and •tatemonrs rcflecle. In the news and editorial columns represent riews 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 aa endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products services advertised. All news niftttcrfor publication should be sent to the Publie Information Office Armored Sentinelt Fort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Fortes Press and papers are authorized to reprint non-copyrighted AFPS material without written perinlsson from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office F-O. Box 419 Temple. I®™1 Subscription off post $3.00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post tree. All pictures are United Stat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 September 1954

Thursday Sept. 9 1954 chili TOMATOES Wesson 656 Pratlow Brand SPICED PEACHES No. 2h Can Standard TOMATOES 303 Size Can 1 For TUNA Fptr SYRUP 303 DASH DOG FOOD CASE 6 o 2 .r 25c Cabin TOP OF THE CROP CELERY CABBAGE 29c no If you want the "Top of the Crop" in fresh fruits and vegetables ... your place is the Modern Foods. Our deliveries direct from the field assures you of garden fresh produce every day. Modern refrigera­ tor and ample display space gives you your pick of the season's nicest crops. Ctn. Each 196 Crisp Stalk $0 Firm Lb. BELL PEPPERS 15f Ireland's BARBECUE SLICED BEEF 300 Size Meal Maker PEAS Extra Fine 303 Size 2 For Van Camp's Grates Size YOU CAN'T BAKE WRONG WITH BAKE-RITE KILLEEN TEXAS' 501 8th Street One Block From Post Office THE ARMORED SENTINEL. FORT HOOD TEXAS IT ADDS UP THIS WAY! It takes two things to make you enjoy shop­ ping for groceries a pleasure SERVICE and PRICE. Modern Foods has both! Our prices are as low or lower than you'll find anywhere and our se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 September 1954

Page Six Contest Kicks Tough Schedule (Continued From Page 1) the ingenious Bud Wilkinson has been bothered by a knee injury but is ready. Dave Gobble will fill in for the injured Bob Baldwin at center. Baldwin a capable pivot man from Houston University has a painful rib injury and it's doubtful that he'll play in the opener at least. The Tankers will be giving away a tremendous weight advantage to Paul Quinn especially in the lihe. Coach L. D. Bennett's Tigers with several 240 and 250 plunders up front will have skill along with that beef. The Tigers are a member of the tough Southwestern Athletic conference considered the best Negro loop in the nation. Last sea­ son they won three lost seven and tied one. Bennett hopes to better that mark this season although tackling a long 12-game intersectional sched­ ule. Proof of improvement at the Waco school is the fact that only four of seven returning lettermen are accorded much chance of play­ ing. A bumper crop of freshman and a formid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 September 1954

Thursday Sept. 9 1954 Fullback McCauley Leads Ground Attack By JOHN MASHEK Last collegiate football season half backs Johnny Lattner of Notre Dame and Paul Giel of Minnesota were dubbed by their respective coaches as "bread and butter" ball carriers. Though yo •. won't be able to find "bread and butter" defifted in any dictionary it's apparent what those coaches meant. Lattner and Giel when their teams needed those pre­ cious two or three yards would invariably make the grade. It's a safe bet that fullback Dun­ can McCauley the Weatherford Texas dynamo will fall into the "bread and butter" class this sea­ son for the Fort Hood Tankers. This explosive Texan has demonstrated in practice that he can negotii/ yardage when it's needed most. McCauley built close to the ground and POSL 3sed with power­ ful physical attri1 utes hits like a moving van and blocks with the determination of a hungry Bengal Tiger on the prowl for food. He's one of those rare backfield men that can hardly be halt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 September 1954

Page Eight "Operation Showtime" Fourth Armored Opens TV Show "Operation Showtime" The 4th Armored Divir 's entry into the television world flashes on the screen at 3:30 p.m. Saturday over KCEN-TV in Temple in the first of a new monthly variety show featuring division talent. The show is directed and will star members of the 4th Armored and is produced by the Special Service office with the cooperation of the Public Information Office. The first show entitled "Deaiv'Pvt. Mom" is a. solc'er's impression of a visit to New York City and features Cpl. Chuck Dickerson of Special Services as the visiting soldier. Blonthly Show Once each month "Operation Showtime" will originate from the KCEN-TV studios and each pro­ duction will be based on Broad­ way and Hollywood musicals. This month's show format includes songs from "Guys and Dolls" and "Kiss Me Kate." Also featured in this month's show are Pvt. Wayne Storm and Pvt. Kent De Graffenried of the 94th Armored Field Artillery Bn. PFC Sandy G...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 September 1954

trw tf T.V.. fc* Thursday Sept. 9 1954 Central Texas' Market Place For All Makes and Models Of New And Used Cars ALSO... AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR THREE NEW CAR DEALERSHIPS KILLEEN LOTS IRA YOUNG AUTO AGENCY Highway 190 Kflleen liPiii IRA YOUNG AUTO COMPANY Highway 190 Killeen THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS 1954 FORDS and CHEVROLETS U)& fimmxyz all miliiaAy psUxAomud MqWidbiAA o$ hank and turn in Astfwkst LOW INTEREST RATES SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Don't Buy Any Car Until You Have Seen Us! WHAT ANY ONE ELSE CAN SELL WE CAN SELL BETTER TEMPLE PLANT Reeardless Of Make.. YOU CAN GET IT FROM Ira'! $1595. IRA YOUNG AUTHORIZED KAISER-WIUYS-NASH DEALER CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER Choose From these popular New Cars FORDS CHEVROLETS BUICKS OLDSMOBILES PLYMOUTHS NASH KAISER WILLYS we will deliver you any car you want on short notice Page Nine

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

Page Ten Remember how that "big bad wolf" would bother "Little Red Riding Hood" until the gal finally learned her lesson? Well there's a master sergeant in the Fourth Armored Division's 553d Armored Infantry Battalion who could teach that wolf a trick or two. Master Sergeant Winfield Tet- rault the 553d's intelligence ser­ geant is really harassing the bat­ talion to teach the troops their in­ telligence lessons. "In the intelligence training of soldiers" the sergeant explained "the toughest task is to make each man security conscious. "By impressing the men with the practical experiences in the im­ portance of battlefield information they will realize that they are the key to intelligence on the de­ fense which is security and on the offense which is the collection and dissemination of combat in­ formation." Bombing the troops while they're bivouaced or on a road march or 1st AD Had No Traffic Deaths In Aug. The 1st Armored Division went through the month of August with­ out a sing...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 September 1954

[Thursday Sept. 9 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory AO 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 for rent. 2 rooms to each office. Utilities paid. $50 Month. Apply G&S Army Store 305 North 4th Phone 2471. FOR RENT: MODERN TRAILER SPACE clean comfortable large spaces. Con­ venient to Fort Hood Killeen and schools. See these before parking your mobile home. Gold Rocket Trailer Court 410 South 2nd Killeen. Phone 9125. FINANCIAL INSURANCE F-3 Automobile Liability Insurance for all military personnel. MASHBURN & SCOTT Real Estate Insurance 915 W. Rancier KILLEEN. TEXAS •ERCHANDISE ISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 1-1 FOR SALE: LATE MODEL AEROPLANE Buscomb 8-A low time excellent con­ dition. Reasonably priced. Contact Sam K. Hendler Phone PR3-3442 or PR3- 3623 Temple Texas. YOU ARE INVITED to join ...

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

New Officers NO DOWN PAYMENT O N*NVtvX* s»WCN.\W. I .v.^W»»»:v .S* 7 DAYS A WEEK THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS NOW DISPLAY fwXw. In Our Belton Showroom NEW 1954 SEE EVERY COLOR EVERY BODY STYLE IN THE FORD LINE LOWER THAN BANK RATES It Doesn't Cost "ONE RED CENT" to Look—But You Can Save Several Hundred Dollars On Your Next New Car-That Is IF YOU BUY FROM ED CANTRELL Authorized Dealer JiHk Ed Cantrell Qives You A Qreater Selection—A Better Deal—Easier Financing DOWN Showroom 121 North Main Phone 61 Is Open Until 9 P. M. Daily and Sunday GOOD TERMS TO ALL RANKS v* *& Thursday Sept. 9 1954

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

Vol. 8 No. 37 IN PRESENTATION CEREMONIES in front of 4th Armored Divi­ sion headquarters recently Brig. Gen. John K. Wafers (left) assis­ tant division commander congratulates Sgt. Michael Makar of Carnegie Pa. who was decorated with the Bronze Star. Waiting to be awarded the Commendation Ribbon is Lt. Herman K. Hollaway I of Wealder Tex. Lieutenant Hollaway was cited for his service in 'the Korean conflict. (U.S. Army Photo). Fourth Armored Soldiers Decorated By General Raters Three 4th Armored Division soldiers were decorated recently by Brig. Gen. John K. Waters assistant division commander in presentation ceremonies in front of headquarters. Sgt. Michael Makar Jr. of Car­ negie Pa. was awarded the Bronze Star with a second Oak Leaf cluster while commendation ribbons were presented to Lt. Her­ man K. Hollaway of Wealder Tex. and M-Sgt. Cordell O'Rourke of San Diego Calif. Sergeant Makar is now a mem­ ber of the 4th Armored's Medi­ cal Detachment. He was cited for his service with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 September 1954

Page Two Men of 1st Armored Division Headquarters and headquarters personnel of the division's major commands moved to the field early Wednesday morning in Exer­ cise "Shake Down" a command Three 1st Armored Division soldiers members of the 81st Re­ connaissance Bn.'s Medical De- teachment recently proved the old Army adage that a good "medic" can handle an emergency at any time and any place. CWO VERON B. PERRY Veteran WO Is Recruiter For 1st AD Vernon B. Perry of Ocala Fla. 1st Armored Division reenlistment officer enlisted in the Army March 28 1927 at 20 years of age and was assigned to the 29th In­ fantry Division at Fori Benning Ga. He remained with the 29th until January 1936 when he was discharged. In October 1939 he enlisted in the Florida National Guard which was called to active service and went to Alaska January 5 1941. Mr. Perry attended radar school while in the National Guard and in February 1943 he went to Fort Jackson South Carolina as a chief repairman where he rema...

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

Thursday Sept. 16 1954 No. 1- 151 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Johnson. Johnson Scllctrs Johnson Jergens Lobby Thursday Sept. 16 No. 1—"Kyhber Patrol" Richard Egan and Dawn Addams No. 2—"The Cowboy'.. Documentary No. 3—"The Caine Mutiny" Humphrey Bogart Jose Ferrer and Van No. 4—"Mogambo" Clark Gable and Ava Gardner No. 5—"Return to Paradise" Gary Coopere ACADEMIC DRIVE—Club Council Dance Class and Sport Films 162nd STREET—Name That Tune BRIGADE—Bid-Whist and "Pinochle" Prizes NORTH FORT—Ping Pong Friday Sept. 17 The Stranger In Between" Dirk Bogarde and Elizabeth Sellars No. 2—"Dangerous Mission" Victor Mature and Piper Laurie No. 3—"The Caine Mutiny" Humphrey Bogart Jose Ferrer and Van No. 4—"Jubilee Trail" Vera Ralston Joan Leslie and Forrest Tucker No. 5—"Three Hours to Kill" Dana Andrews and Donna Reed ACADEMIC DRIVE—September Birthday Party 162nd STREET—"Famous Armies In Revue" (Shadow Play) BRIGADE—Monte Carlo Night PRTH FORT HOOD—States Party Night No. 1- Jergens Saturday S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 September 1954

Page Four 122 East 42nd Street I'oOIUheo In the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood Texas. «*ery Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies ana atatemcnro reflecte. In the news and editorial columns represent views of the inamauai writers and under no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisement* In this publication do not constitute an -endorsement by tne Department of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication shoul'J be sent to the Public Information Office. Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 320#. This publication receives ^rmed Forces I ress Se^ce mateTmi and papers are authorized to reprint non-copyrlrhted AFPS material without written permlss-on from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: business Office O. Rox 41fl. Temple Texas. Subscription off post. 53-00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on ost. tree. All pictures are United...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 September 1954

[Thursday Sept. 16 1954 Charcoal Grey Charcoal Brown Charcoal Black buy for the money. find in J.M.Dyer Co Temple Open Thursday Nights worsted flannels. 65.00 These are the deep vibrant colors trend-setting men will wear this fall. Worsted flannels that are light luxuri­ ous and given to long hard wear. Capps tailored so you know they are comfortable to live in. And 65.00 is a good value price. Result the best quality suit you can OTHER SUITS 45.00 to 95.00 Only at Dyer's Temple can you all three! Glenhaven Suits 22.95 Beautifully tailored rayon flannels and tweedy weaves 9 to 15 12 to 20. David Crystal Suits 29.50 Wrinkle resistant rayon worsteds and flannels with high fashion tailoring. Handmacher Suits 39.50 Fully lined career suits with all of Handmacher's fine fit. Worsted weave rayons. Women's Clothes Second Floor Children (and their parents) like the good-looking wearable clothes they Dyer's Children's Shops Infants and sizes 1 to 6x second floor. Girls 1 to 14 and sub teens ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 September 1954

Page Six Hood Ground Attack Crumbles Tigers Line Fort Hood's Tankers using four separate units ran up a 27-0 half- time lead then coasted to a 34-6 win over Paul Quinn college in the football opener at Prichard Stad­ ium last Friday. An overflow crowd of 13000 attended. The Tankers relying mainly on an effective running game played their first unit only 17 minutes during the rather sluggish contest. Coach Pat Malley got a peck at all his performers' clearing the bench as early as the first half. Rolling up 348 yards on the ground the Tankers' overland game move 1 almost at will against the inexperienced Paul Quinn ele­ ven. Only when they threatened near the goal line did the Fort Hood attack really bog down. Twice the Hoodmen were halted inside the five with four downs to make the grade. Paul Quinn meanwhile was forced to revert to the passing arms of Jack Mitchell and Joe Gans to pick up any appreciable gains. Their running machine was effectively choked off by an ade­ quate Hood ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 September 1954

[Thursday Sept. 16 1954 Prairieview A&M one of the most ballyhooed Negro college teams in recent grid history visits Fort Hood tomorrow night in a game that promises to be one cf the- toughest on the Tankers schedule. Kickoff time is 8 p.m. at Frich- ard Stadium. Jhe Panthers coached by the likeable J. W. Nicks have gone undefeated through the past two seasons. Last year the Prairie­ view club in disposing of 12 op­ ponents ran up 387 points to their adversaries' 88. Included in the list of victims was Fort Hood by a 21 to 6 count. 12 Lettermen Return Nicks lost only nine lettermen from last year's national cham­ pions and has 12 key men return­ ing. Elijah Childress 250 pound tackle and quarterback Charlie JSrackins the team's captain were jg®-.American choices last year and back for another season. •Nicks has openly admitted that the Panthers could be a more po­ tent machine than the 1953 version. A group of nine talented sopho­ mores all with game experience brings on that ob...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 September 1954

Page Eight By PFC LAWRENCE T. FRIEND Brakes screaming a speeding Fort Hood automobile skids wild­ ly around a treacherous bend in Fram Road 440 barely avoiding the car approaching from the op­ posite direction. Without stopping the vehicle continues on into the night. It has not escaped notice however. Get your New Studebaker In LAMPASAS WE CAN SAVE YOU $$$$$ Complete Stock of Good USED CARS THE HOME THATS SMART SHOPS THE FURNITURE MART 318 8 th Killeen Phone 2251 Military Police Patrol Makes Roads Safer From the roadside a jeep pa- teamwork between the static and trol of the 1st Armored Division's 501st Military Police Co. makes contact with a roadside patrol up ahead Perhaps before it is too late a roadblock /ill remove one more traffic menance from the high­ ways. During the month of August Save With A New Studebaker HIGHWAY GARAGE STUDEBAKER AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE Phone 225 24 HOUR WRECKER & TOWING SERVICE Phone 701 S. Key LAMPASAS. TEXAS 225 5 styles of FOAM RUBBER CH...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 September 1954

Thursday Sept. 16 1954 complete Regular $199.95 Suite Genuine Kroehler 2 Pc. matching suite. Latest style top quality construction. Modern covering a Kroehler suite will give you years of service. Invest In Solid Maple 7 Pc. SOFA BED GROUP MODERN SOLID OAK ARMS MODERN T*- covers. 5 PIECE DINETTE Solid hard rock maple drop leaf style table. Matching finish on chairs. 5 Pc. SUITE ONLY E E •8 iving room ESTUIOOD A complete Living Room Group consists of Sofa which makes bed instantly. Matching platform rocker. 2 solid oak end tables matching coffee table 2 modern table lamps. Your choice of fine $89.95 HOME HAIR DRYER New professional type dries yovr hair HI the comfort of your home Hot oir type with silent re-circulating fon built in with baffles Ptasrtc helmet will not conduct heat... no more singed eo*s or skm Adjusts to any height by spring tension damp Leaves your Hands free so you can read sew or do your nails Just imagine a profes­ sional style Dryer right at home. Sturdy built w...

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