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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 September 1954

Page Ten The men of Svc. Btry. 73rd iiic men VI ov^. jjujt know a good investment when they see one. That's why within recent months they have established one of the finest records of Soldiers' Deposits in the 1st Armored Divi­ sion. Soldiers' Deposits are the sav­ ings program offered by the Army to its enlisted men. This program is designed to provide the soldier with a convenient opportunity to practice thrift and to educate him on the advantages of regular sav­ ings. Over the years the Army has learned that thrifty soldiers are usually good soldiers. The deposits draw an annual interest of four percent. Last payday 74 percent of the battery's assigned strength put money in Soldiers' Deposits. Personal Contact Lt. E. R. Davison of Marietta N. Y. the battery commander credits a large share of the suc­ cess of the savings program to the efforts of the first sergeant M-Sgt. Robert J. Wood of Moran Kan. who personally contacts each man in the battery every month and explains to him t...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 September 1954

Thursday Sept. 16 1954 1 O V. IRA you YOVJHG A •/'. THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS hundreds of new cars in stock WE 1954 FORDS CHEVROLETS WE CAN SAVE YOU UP TO SIN ON NEW CAR DEALS-Try UiOmit! $ IRA YOUNG AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH DEALER CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER We Can Sell "ANY" Car At A BETTER PRICE! 1595 FINANCE ALL RANKS Small Down Payments Up To 30 Months LARGER TRADE-INS 3 New Cars In Slock Fords Chevrolets Buicks OTHERS ARE AVAILABLE IRA YOUNG AUTO COMPANY Highway 190 Killeen In buying used cars .... we get the best! The cars that we trade for are checked from bumper to bumper before they are placed on our lot for sale. Anytime you drive one of our cars regardless of the season you'll find it ready to roll. And don't forget we sell all makes of new cars too. IRA YOUNG AUTO AGENCY Highway 190 Killeen We feel this way ... if you don't buy from us we both loose money! Yes we try to make a little on each car .. BUT we also know that we can save you money. We loo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 September 1954

Page Twelve "v-- 'n* 3E llftflWlll IE iii* IE 3E fffipl zc 2 Buy United States Savings Bonds! •'"J .1 1 .... I: WEEKEND SPECIALS Cocoanuf Cream Pies Maple Chifon Cakes Danish and French Pastries Chocolate Eclairs Cream Puffs Doughnuts THE BAKE SHOP 410 North 8th Killeen 12:30 Test Pattern 12:45 Sign On & Program Previews 12:50 Mid Day News 1:00 The Greatest Gift—NBC 1:15 Golden Windows—NBC 1:30 One Man's Family—NBC 1:45 Concerning Miss Marlowe—NBC 2:00 Hawkins FaJIi'—NBC 1:15 Scrapbook (Studio) 2:30.Texas Cookin Pinky Lee Show—NBC 3:30 Tales of the West 4:30 Cartoon Carnival 6:00 Time For Magic 0:30 TV Varieties 5:40 Weather Man 12:00 Test Pattern 12:15 Sign On & Program Previews 12:20 Mid Day News 12:25 Game of the Week—ABC (Baltimore vs. Chicago) 2:55 NCAA Football—ABO (California vs. Oklahoma) 6:00 World News 6:10 The Weather Man 6:15 Chicago Market Reports 1 ""1 1 •-.r'tr"." -'-"i' JF5 i. I I'mii .U.'il I •hi* I*" 1'"** I EXPERT T.V. SERVICE Philco Emerson Motorola Dumon...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 September 1954

Thursday Sept. 16 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray 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- liccs for rent. 2 rooms to each office. Utilities paid. 550 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. REAL ESTATE OUT OF TOWN PROPT. D-5 FOR SALE 2 Bedroom FHA (Home) $6000. §400 down nicluding closing cost. $39 Per month payment. Morlboro Height Addi­ tion close to school. See or call H. W. Russell. 927 Stutson Avenue. Phone 41 One of the most modern new drive-in cafes in Killeen for sale. Owner is in the hospital must sell. It will only take about $2000 to handle the deal. If ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 September 1954

Page Fourteen In A "BIG" WAY with factory production cut.... and most dealers reducing their stock! LOWER THAN BANK RATES OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK THL ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS WE'RE IN BUSINESS CENTRAL TEXAS! THAT IS WHAT WE THINK OF THE 1954 FORD FOR THE BEST DEAL IN BELL COUNTY We Must Move These Cars—No Reasonable Offer Will Be Refused CANTRELL MOTOR BELTON TEXAS Authorized Dealer With the largest stock of new Fords in AS LITTLE AS $250 WILL MAKE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT ED CANTRELL STOCKS (For Immediate Sale) OVER 100 NEW FORDS a to is be el '4 New Officers NO DOWN PAYMENT 121 North Main Phone 61 Thursday Sept. 16 1954 -P^V?

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 September 1954

Vol. 8 No. 38 —8• TO. & SUB ROSA Now and then we hear it said that no one can trust a newspaper man. How untrue! For one week the writer of these lines has been sitting on the most gorgeous news story that has come his way in ^pny a year. It is the finest story have ever encountered since joining the SENTINEL staff and by very great" odds' The stox^y does not have to do with murder or theft or any other form of wrong do­ ing. It is a very clean story every reader of the SENTINEL would devoure with satisfaction. It would require more than 2000 words to tell it in its entirety and it is a human interest story of the first chop that other editors would re­ print. Yet we cannot print it. Why? Simply because we were asked not to and no newspaper man of any sense ever violates a confi­ dence. And we have not revealed it to other members of the staff. Why? Because we are writhing in agony and know they too would writhe in agony if they knew about it. WATER WASTE No one we think will ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 September 1954

Page Two Fort Hood's military policemen will step up Sunday and blow out 13 candles on the corps' birthday cake. Marking the anniversary of the Crops of Military Police which COL. HUNDLEY THOMPSON NCO Mess To Inaugurate Member Drive M-Sgt. Clifford Leyendecker executive secretary and head of the Fort Hood Non-Commissioned Officer's Open Mess this week announced the begining of a mem­ bership drive which will take place in the month of October. As of October 1 no intiation fee will be necessary only the month­ ly dues of one dollar. The present membership consisting of non­ commissioned officers from III Corps l^t Armored Division and 4th Armored Division is nearly four thousand strong. Club Steward M-Sgt." James B. Leo spoke of the present and fu­ ture improvements of the club since the arrival of Sergeant Ley­ endecker as custodian. A shoe shine and barber shop is expect­ ed to open Monday. The lower walls and floor will be in tile while the upper wall and ceiling will consist of m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 September 1954

Thursday Sept. 23 1954 THE GRIFFIN SISTERS left to right Wanda Dixie Lois and Edna will sing for the men of the 1st Armored Division Artillery during the 1100 a.m. Protestant Service at Battalion Avenue West Chapel Sunday. The quartet has sung and appeared in Fort Hood chapels and killeen churches and on KCEN-TV Temple. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Griffin of Killeen. Fire Prevention Week Marks Disaster Date By SMO HEATER There are posters prominently displayed all over the country an­ nouncing National Fire Pi'evenlion Week. Each year since 1922 the week including October 9 has been so announced. Why? It was an ordinary fall day in the Middle West. It was October 9 1871. Ordinary people went about their business in the ordinary way. And then all hell broke loose in two places and ^changed the ordi­ nary pattern into something extra­ ordinary. In the lake-port city of Chicago flame blossomed from a shed owned by Mrs. O'Leary. This ordi­ nary though unexpected fire wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 September 1954

Page Four WILLIAM S. vri tract 4"Jnd Street 1'nblUheQ In the Interest «f the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Rood Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and •tatemenr& rcflecte. In the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual WTiters and under no elreamstanees 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 3209. This publication reeeives Armed Forces Press Service material and pavers are authorized to reprint non-copyrirtted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. __ Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 41» Temple Texas. Subscription off post $3.00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. All...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 September 1954

1 Thursday Sept. 23 1954 •Mi CONFERENCE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS This week almost every major college football team in the country swings into action thereby shifting the limelight away from the major league baseball pennant races. Long reaching afternoon shadows cast on ball diamonds throughout the country signify the twilight of another torrid baseball campaign. Football—the king of competitive college ath­ letics swings into full account on America's leading sports pages. The spirit and color of the pikskin legends take their forms of reality and college campuses and gridirons rock and tremble to the inspiring sounds of shouting students and booming bands. Football coaches and grid hopefuls well versed and labored now make their bids for the jewels of college football—the conference cham­ pionships. From the Pacific Coast Conference with the Rose Bowl at stake to the traditional Ivy League Title of the Easteren Seaboard the pig­ skin is in the air. Coach Jack Curtice of the University ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 September 1954

Page Six CHARLIE BRACKINS Prairie View quarterback tackles Hood's Larry Hall after the speedy Tanker halfback hauled in Jim Rid­ dle's aerial for an 18 yard gain. Elijah Childress (77) PV tackle inoves in from the background to assist Brackins on the play. Los­ ing a close one 26-21 the Tankers hope to avenge the loss Satur­ day in a non-conference tilt with the powerful Fort Sill Cannon­ eers at Lawton Okla. (U. S. Army Photo by Von Ludwig) After Game Quotes Pat Malley Tanker coach: I've lost some tough ones before but none like this one. We just made too many fundamental errors at critical times. Those fumbles killed us. J. W. Nicks Prairieview coach: We were plain lucky. The kids played heads-up ball and scored when they got the breaks. That McCauley is the greatest fullback I've ever seen. I hope we don't meet any more like him this season. Charlie Brackins PV quarterback: We learned a lot from this ball game. Our defense looked pitiful PURDIN'S WORM RANCH CATFISH BAITS FISHING ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 September 1954

Thursday Sept. 23 1954 An aroused 27th AFA softball nine slid past the 126th AOB in the semi-finals and then trounced the Ordnanccmen in the final con­ test to cop the Post softball crown. Lt. Percy Reid's diamondmen not only won Post honors but also a berth in the Fourth Army Soft­ ball Tourney Sept. 28 thru Oct. 2 at. Fort Sam Houston. Five Victories The Artillerymen behind the su­ perb pitching of right-hander1 Car­ roll Liechti swept to successive wins over the 701st AIB 6-1 24th AEB 6-3 35th Tk. Bn. 10-2 and the 126th AOB 1-0 and 12-4. Sgt. Isaiah Brown 126th AOB in copping second position had wins over the 86th Ord. Bn. 15-7 46th Eng. Bn. 9-3 and the 701st AIB 12-1. In third place the 701st AIB dropped their opener to the 27th and 'hen came back to dump 1st Tk. Bn. out of contention 4-2. In a consolation semi-final the in­ fantrymen blanked tourney dark- horse 35th Tk. Bn. 6-0. Semi\Final Thriller The semi-final contest between •limbics (Continued from Page 6) ing his receiver...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 September 1954

Page Eight WO M-SGT. PALMAGE C. BRYMER (left) who received $925 for re- enlisting to fill his own vacancy as chief of the ID card section post Signal Photo Lab said "This is the one I have been waiting for" as he raised his right hand to begin the last of his three year liitches last week. M-Sgt. Brymer plans to retire at the complet­ ion of this enlistment. Administering enlistment is Lts. Wolsborn III Corjps reenlistment officer. (U.S. Army Photo) 81st Recon. Bn. Checks Civilian Cars An extensive inspection program aimed at spotting and correcting mechanical deficiencies in civilian vehicles owned by its personnel is row being conducted by the 81st Reconnaissance Bn. of the 1st Armored Division. More than 60 vehicles belong­ ing to battalion personnel have been checked in a series of after- hours inspections held in the 81st motor pool. Battalion safety offi­ cials estimate that three weeks will be required to check the con­ dition of approximately 250 ve­ hicles as yet uninspecte...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 September 1954

Thursday Sept. 23 1954 trying to fool the men of Ironsides" one of its major jobs. In the past year units of the spy division have moved to the field as battle-ready combat troops participating in realistic hard- fought exercises designed to furth­ er their knowledge in the art of war. Units of the 81st Reconnaissance En. which normally serves as the 1st Armored Division's fast-mov­ ing combat "watchdog" by scout­ ing hostile enemy territory before the advancing armor accom­ panied the troops to the field but not as a friendly force. The men of the 81st served as aggressors a simulated hostile force wearing distinctive forest- green uniforms insignia and hel­ mets who skillfully work to make combat exercises as realistic as possible. Harass Troops Performing 14 missions during the past three months the green- clad aggressors of the 81st have •tricked harassed fought and have ontinually tried to "out-fox" the soldiers in the field. "Our job" said Lt. Harvey See- man Trenton Ohio S-2 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 September 1954

Page Ten KILLEEN LOTS WE FINANCE ALL RANKS 1954 CHEVROLETS $T595 SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS Everyone Gets Same Deal THE ARMORED SENTINEL. FORT HOOD TEXAS What anyone can sell we can sell at a hundreds of new cars in stock... Fords Chevrolets Buicks TEMPLE SHOW ROOM ftfusmzm IRA YOUNG AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH DEALER CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER BETTER PRICE Ira Young Sells 'Em All! THE FINEST STOCK OF GOOD USED CARS IN TEXAS-PRICED RIGHT! New Cars In Stock Oldsmobile Plymouths Nash OTHERS ARE AVAILABLE IIIMfi Small Down Payments Up To 30 Months LARGER TRADE-INS 4"" t'* 'V 1954 FORDS SMAL PA1 1 Thursday Sept. 23 1954 Vt!'i

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 September 1954

Thurgday Sept. 23 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory A-1 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Temple. Texas First Kat'l Bldg. Ph. 3-5254 RENTALS MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT C-6 BEAUTIFULLY NEW DECORATED OF- lices 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 tor all military personnel. MASHBURN & SCOTT Real Estate insurance 915 W. Rancier KILLEEN. TEXAS MERCHANDISE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 1-1 "OR SALE: LIGHTLY DSED GARDEN tractor bed with springs. Parking space for trailer 1300 Franz Drive Killeen. 'ELGIN WRIST WATCH 17-JEWEL shockproof self-winding with expan­ sion bracel...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 September 1954

Page Twelve CHOOSE "BIG" WAY with factory production cut.... and most dealers reducing their stock! From Stock LOWER THAN BANK RATES OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK With tKe _i WE HAVE ANY CAR THL ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS WE'RE BUSINESS CENTRAL TEXAS! Choice of Colors Make Us An Offer FINANCING YOUR DEAL NO PROBLEM We Must Move These Cars—No Reasonable Offer Will Be Refused CANTRELL MOTOR BELTON TEXAS Authorized Dealer AS LITTLE AS $250 WILL MAKE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT i?i s* "-1 a largest stock of new Fords in Ed Cantrell Stocked. Last Week Over 100 New Fords For Quick Sale! See Ed Cantrell For The "HOTTEST" Deal In History! NOW STOCK IN THE FORD LINE New Officers NO DOWN PAYMENT 121 North Main Phone 61 •v v. "v.- "V Thursday Sept. 23 1954. _J

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

Vol. 8 No. 40 TORS CAMERAS AND CABLES. A few years ago a New York and other nearby towns man dialed a number on his tele­ phone and the party answering told him he had the wrong num­ ber. Well if I have the wrong number he said why did you an­ swer? This morning we managed to dial the wrong number three times and each time some one answered. We do not understand why people insist on answering when a wrong number is dialed. But there are a great many things we do not understand in this world and be­ ing a man of docile disposition (when things go precisely to suit us) we did not upbraid those who answered when we dialed the wrong number. In fact we apolo­ gized for not knowing more about telephones. But the incident did give us an idea. We put on our hat and mosied over to the telephone of­ fice to find out just what happens when one picks up a telephone re­ ceiver and dials a number. After finding out we marveled at the. ingenuity of man. We have always been lucky (We ^yon five doll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 October 1954

Page Two ... They were tested on the Recon naissance Platoon Combat Course which includes all the elements of The test is given to determine COL. FRANK J. POLICH Colonel Polich Leaves Hood For Fla. Post Col. Frank J. Polich command­ ing officer of the 35th Engineer Group will leave Fort Hood on October 15 to take command of the 915th Engineer Aviation Group at a Florida Air Force base. Under the command of Colonel Polich the 35th Group has made an outstanding record since its ar­ rival at Fort Hood in October of last year. Two especially noteworthy ac­ complishments of the Group dur­ ing the past summer were flood relief work in the Rio Grande val­ ley and the laying of an emer- ley and the laying of an emer- gency water supply pipe line from Belton Dam to the Fort Hood filter plant. The flood relief work included the building of bridges across the xne Duuaing ui unuges me Rio Grande and the feeding of W%mmm •HI 91 MEN AND BOYS BRASS 1st Armored MenUseLive Ammo On Combat-Type Recon....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 October 1954

Thursday October 71954 «o. THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Vallee Vallee Thursday October 7 No. 1—"The Cruel Sea" Jack Hawkins and Donald Sinden No. 2—''African Adventure" Documentary. No. 3—"Passion" Cornel Wilde and Yvonne DeCarlo No. 4—"She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" John Wayne John Agar and Joanne Dru No 5—"The Glenn Miller Story" James Stewart and June Allyson ACADEMIC DRIVE—Ping Pong Tourney and Dance Class 162nd STREET—Name That Tune BRIGADE—Shuffleboard Tournament NCO Open Mess—NCO Wives Club Meeting Friday October 8 No. 1—"Penny Princess" Yolande Donlan and Dirk Bogards No. 2—"She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" John Wayne John Agar and Joanne Dru No. 3—"Passion" Cornel Wilde and Yvonne DeCarlo No. 4—"Ricochet Romance" Marjorie Main Chill Wills and Rudy No. 5—"The Steel Cage" John Ireland Paul Kelly and Maureen O'SuIlivan ACADEMIC DRIVE—Jam Session and Songfest. Everybody welcome! 162nd STREET—Reno Bound ^U?JGADE—Birthday Party VKRTH FORT HOOD—Lucky "8" Night NCO Open Mess—Dance to the Bob Holt Or...

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