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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 October 1954

Page Four 6- Hamilton fDOUsheo la tkr Interest ef the military u« elrlUaii persennel at Fort Hood. Texai. every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and statemontb reflects. In the news and editorial column* represent view* of the Individual writers and wider no elrcamstaaees are to he considered those of the Department or the Army. Advertisements In this publication da not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the prodnets ot service* advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office. Amored^nttnH. Fort Hood telephone 3200. This publication reeelves Armed Forces Press Seiwe material and payers are authorized te reprint non-copyrighted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Mwrtlaint copy should he sent to: Htuslness Office PO. J*™PpiVtTefree! Subscription off post. $3.«0 per year SI.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. All pictures are Oulted States Amy Slrna) Cor...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 October 1954

Thursday October 71934 Medics Remain Soldier's Friend Two world wars and the conflict in Korea proved that the Army ^-medic" was the soldier's best ftiiend on the field of battle. When the Second World War moved to Italy men of the 47th Armored Medical Bn. of the 1st Armored Division won praise for the life-saving missions they per­ formed at the Anzio beachhead and throughout the Naples-Foggia Rome-Ano Noth Apennines and Po Valley campaigns. Now stationed with the rest of the "Old Ironsides" division at Fort Hood the 47th has conducted an intensive training program preparing for a day when the 1st Armored Division might again be called to battle. Yearly Test This training program recently paid off during the three-day per­ iod of annual company tests held on the Fort Hood Reservation. Three companies in the 47th— Hq. and Hq. Co. and A and Companies—scored a rating of "superior." A "high excellent" rating went to Co. Each of the three "letter" com­ panies in the 47th normally pro­ v...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 October 1954

Page Six Alex Litman Leads Medic Backfield Fort Hood's football Tankers re­ turn to Fourth Army competition tomorrow night after coming from behind to edge Sheppard Air Force 16-12 last week. It'll be the Brooke Army Medi­ cal Center Comets possessor of a 3 win 1 loss record squaring off with the Tankers in a non-confer­ ence game. Kickoff time is set for 8 p.m. With tremendous speed in the backfield and hefty size up front the Comets present a formidable hurdle for the Hoodmen to skip. Brooke easily disposed of South­ west Texas State Ellington Air Force Base and Amarillo Air Force before bowing to Fort Sill 23-20 last week. Speedy Backs With halfbacks Alex Litman Billy Sanders and Dick Clements the Comets are a scoring threat from anywhere on the field. Lit­ man one of the fastest humans alive today has been clocked at 9.5 in the 100-yard dash. Last season while beating Hood twice by 20-0 and 20-6 scores Litman sprinted for long TD runs on three gallops. Alex holds several All-Arm...

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

Thursday October 71954 Rugged Tanker Guard Feldman Replaces Boasts With Skill By JOHN MASHEK Knute Rockne once told a group of attentive Notre Dame lads that a football player should never be boastful on or off the field but let his football skill substitute in­ stead. The Rock always well-received with his gems on football philoso­ phy would have been proud of Rudy Feldman Fort Hood Tanker guard and co-captain. Inconspicuous Rudy's exactly that type of grid- der. At UCLA his casual ac­ quaintances never even knew he played the sport until they glanced at the game program. Moreover Feldman almost made a point of the football season. He was con­ tent to let his ability do the trick on Saturday afternoons. Feldman enrolled at UCLA after gaining quite a reputation in school-boy football at Palo Alto California. Light for a guard at 190 pounds he wasn't accorded much of a chance at the Los An- eles school for that reason tarting Eleven I However Rudy wiped doubts from everyone's mind by...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 October 1954

Page Eight NOW IS THE TIME TO JIM ORN lets a Tanker pass slither through his arms in the Tanker Sheppard AFB contest last Saturday. Looking on as the ball drops to the ground is Pence Dacus (No. 44) star QB of the Shep­ pard eleven. Fort Hood went on to win the gime 16-12. (U.S. Army Photo by King.) Six American Presidents were National Guardsmen. I Phone Day 1901 Nife 5993 The first National Guard unit (militia) was organized in 1636. a (tocm YOUR OLD CAR ON A USED CAR TOMECEK PONTIAC CO KILLEEN TEMPLE l£TA SPtClAUST DO Commander's Trophy 81st Recon Wins Athletic Award The At 1 Participation Trophy awarded to a Fort Hood battalion for a su-cessful year's performance in the post athletic program has been won by the 1st Armored Divisions 81st Recon­ naissance Battalion. Maj. Gen. William. S. Biddle Ed Rowland Former O.U. Star Joins Tankers Another former University of Oklahoma grid giant joined the Fort Hood football team this week and may be ready for "spot' ac­ tion against the Bro...

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

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 October 1954

Page Ten 509 4th ST. GERMAN-BORN PFC. Karlhans Wiedermann left and Pvt. Em- ilios Papanastasiou of Cyprus both of the 307th Military Police Bn. discuss similarities of their backgrounds. The two soldiers are speakers on the Soldiers Forum which was instituted in the Mili­ tary Police unit. (U. S. Army Photo) Buy United States Savings Bonds! .s. V. -MS WEEKEND SPECIALS Marble Cake Pineapple & Strawberry Chiffon Pie Applesauce Cake Orange Chiffon Cake BAKERY KILLEEN One Bloek North of Fort Hoed Bus Station ARMSTRONG MOTOR CO. NEW 1954 MERCURY for as little as $2285. TEMPLE w/mm EVERYDAY Bakery Treats French Rye Egg Bread Cream Puffs Chocolate Eclairs Cookies French & Danish Pasteries Special Orders for Birthdays Weddings Etc. RICKETTS PHONE 1461 YOU CANT BEAT AN OCTOBER MERCURY DEAL 307th MP Members Conduct Unit Forum In line with the Army's "Know your buddy system" the 307th military police Bn.'s S 1 Forum affords a man the oppor­ tunity to discuss his background hobby unusua...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 October 1954

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

Page Twelve COL. R. D. ALBRO Colonel Albro NamedCommander Of 4th AD CC "A" Col. R. D. Albro who has been named commander of CC "A" 4th Armored Division was honored at a farewell review and reception Monday as he departed his com­ mand at Division Trains. He is being succeeded as Trains commander by Lt. Col. William S. McElhenny. Colonel Albro attended the United States Militray Academy and has completed a ten-month course in Army's Command and General Staff School. He also attended the Army War College. Included among his awards are the Silver Star Legion of Merit Bronze Star and Purple Heart. Boy Scouts District assistant district and neighborhood commissioners from the nine county Heart O'Texas council Boy Scouts of America will converge on North Fort Hood this Saturday afternoon for their semi-annual Commissioner's Basic Training Course Council Scout Commissioner Clyde Robertson of Killeen announced this week. Major topics of training for the commissioners are how to help Scout u...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 October 1954

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 October 1954

Page Fourteen Almost half a century has pass­ ed since military aviation got off to a flying start at Fort Sam Hous­ ton and the man who started it all is still alive. Yet save for the skill of a young lieutenant it could easily have been a different story. For weeks back in 1910 news­ papers had heralded the arrival of the first Wright aeroplane in the city and the coming of Lt. Benjamin D. Foulois 21 from Washington D.C. to begin avia­ tion experiments at the post. The plane costing in the neigh­ borhood of $1500 was first to reach the city. It was received by the Wells-Fargo Express Company in San Antonio Feb. 3 1910. The invoice of the bill of lading covei- ing the shipment gace the ma­ chine's weight as 4468 pounds. Under the personal supervision of the express company's agent the plane was transferred to the government railroad spur that terminated on Grayson St. at the post. Began Air Duty On the same day Machinist Himmons who was to be in charge of the "monster bird" as it w...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 October 1954

Thursday October 71954 LEGALS Legal Directory A«I 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 ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST & FOUND B-8 LOST: A GREEN PARAKEET FROM A car parked in the rear of the WAC De­ tachment on September 29. Was last seen on Battalion Avenue near the WAC dining hall. If found please call Pvt. Kinney Post Photo Lab 2969 or after duty hours call WAC Detachment orderly room. 45200. FERSONALS FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD: THIS WILL be paid to anyone furnishing the identity of a pick-up truck from which a large stone was thrown on August 20 that passed through the windshield and iiv jured Joseph Jahn of 1213 Massey St The accident occurred west on Rancier Avenue near the Hillandale Nursery. Please Phone Killeen 13-862 or call the Staff Judge Advocate Section. RENTALS MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT BEAUTIFULLY NEW DECORATED OF fices for rent. 2 rooms to each offic...

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

Page Sixteen TTOiCCtti Ed Cantrell FIRST SALES BELL COUNTY WHY Ed Stocks More Cars •Ed Sells More Cars Ed Makes Better Trades Ed Has Good Financing iiili We Can Put You In A THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS NEW FORD PLENTY NEW OFFICERS No Down Payment 121 North Main OPEN Until 9 P. M. BELTON AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER For As Little As 7 Days A NEW FORDS ED. CANTRELL MOTOR CO. ALL ROADS LEAD TO ED CANTRELL IN BELTON Week $ 250 CHOICE OF COLORS AND YOUR FAVORITE BODY STYLE WE FINANCE ALL RANKS UP TO 30 MONTHS TO PAY Authorized Ford Dealer" BELTON TEXAS Phone 61 DOWN PAYMENT LEFT Thursday October 71954

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

Vol. 8 No. 41 Our wife's cat Clementine is without a doubt the meanest cat in Bell County. We doubt if there is a Boxer dog in Walker Village that can cause a greater distur­ bance in a household. Clemy has a special penchant for breaking dishes upsetting the wastebasket and gnawing holes in shoes. And we doubt if there is a frog in Bell county that can out-jump Clemy. Standing flat-footed on a chair Clemy can clear the dining table and land on the buffet 12 feet away and whenever she performs this acrobatic wonder everything on the buffet comes tumbling to the floor. In addition to being troublesome Clemy is unusual in many other ways. She is currently studying grasshopper catching under a Tom cat in Killeen and she is a mem- «ommercemember or of the Mouse and Rat Com­ mittee of the Cat Chamber of in Walker Village. She is also a of the National Cat Association for the Extermi­ nation of Dogs and she is px^esent- ly waiting a book on "How to Catch a Mouse with One Paw!" all cats wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 October 1954

Page Two Bulging Equators Being Reduced If you have observed early in the morning or late at night the nobility and gentry of Fort Hood engaging in fierce calisthenics if you have seen fat captains in foot nobility and gentry of Fort Hood races with fat majors and if you have noted overweight master ser­ geants punching the bag at the field house the reason may be found in a recent III Corps me­ morandum which states in clear and unmistakle language that overweight military personnel who look more like circus fat men than soldiers will take immediate steps to reduce their waistlines. Whether exercise rather than pushing one's self away from the starches on the table is the best method of slimming down bulging equators this reporter is not quali­ fied to say. But from what is be­ ing witnessed these days at Fort Hood it is thought that a ma­ jority believe that exercise is one good way to get rid of a bay window. Takes Trot The other evening in Walker Village a fat captain with his t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 October 1954

Thursday Oct. 14 1954 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Ball Beatty Beatty Mathias Ball Thursday Octobr 14 No. 1—"Ricochet Romance" Majorie Main Chill Wills and Rudy Vallee No. 2—"Miss Grant Takes Richmond" William Holden and Lucille No. 3—"Reap The Wild Wind" John Wayne and Ray Milland No. 4—"Beau Brummell" Stewart Granger and Elizabeth Taylor No. 5—"She Wore A Yellow Ribbon" John Wayne John Agar and Joanne Dru ACADEMIC DRIVE—Ping Pong Tourney and Dance Class 162nd STREET—Name That Tune BRIGADE—Shuffleboard Combo Concert and Travel Films NORTH FORT HOOD—Shuffleboard Tournament NCO CLUB—NCO Wives Club Novelty Bingo Friday October 15 No. 1—"Silent Raiders" Richard Bartlett and Jeanette Bordeaux No. 2—"Beau Brummell" Stewart Granger and Elizabeth Taylor No. 3—"Reap The Wild Wind" John Wayne and Ray Milland No. 4—"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" Spencer Tracy Ingrid Bergman and Lana Turner No. 5—"She Wore A Yellow Ribbon" John Wayne John Agar and Joanne Dru ACADEMIC DRIVE—Jam Session and Song Fest 62nd ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 October 1954

Page Four I'nbllstaea In the Interest ef the military ma clTlliM personnel at Fort Heed Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and stafemeiirb rcflecte In the netrs and editorial colHmna 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 aa endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office. Armored Sentinel rort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and payers arc authorized to reprint ••n-eopjrrirtted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business OBiee P.O. B« 41» Je«™' Subscription off post. $3.60 per year $1.90 for three months. Distribatioa on Post tree. All pictures are United States Army Slrnal Corps Pho...

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

1 Thursday Oct. 14 1954 JList Chest Drive Prizes At $20000 The complete prize list for the 1954 Chest Drive was announced this week by the fund campaign committee. Totalling over $20000 in prizes 50 individual awards will be avail­ able to all Fort Hood personnel and 60 will be given within the units. a in iv id a prizes will be made between halves of the Fort Hood-Hardin Simmons football game scheduled for No­ vember 5. The top three prizes will be a 1954 Chrysler New Yorker 1954 Ford Victoria and a 1954 Chevro­ let Bel Air. Listed in order the other gifts are: A 21" table model television set 9x11' deep freezer $200 gift certifi­ cate from Nieman Marcus in Dal­ las an clectric automatic wash­ er five PX gift certificates worth $40.00 a 3-4 ton air conditioner motor scooter 16 guage Browning automatic shot gun 12 guage Browning automatic mens' three piece Samsonite luggage set wom- ens' three piece Samsonite luggage set two boys' bicycles two girls' bicycles two RC-3 cameras a „uaf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 October 1954

Page Six Pass Attacks May Dominate Contest With a vastly improved team spirit and newly-founded confi­ dence from their 20-13 win over Brooke Army Medical Center the Fort Hood Tankers journey to Houston today to meet an unpre­ dictable Ellington Air Force Base eleven tomorrow night. The Tankers showed a marked improvement last Friday over their previous efforts and played 30 minutes of rocking football in the last half against BAMC. The coaching staff figures it may be the sign of better things to come. Hot and Cold In Ellington Hood faces an op­ ponent that has been hot and cold during the 1954 campaign. The Fliers swamped Amarillo Air Force but went stale the following week in losing to BAMC 20-6. Like Hood they found little Billy San­ ders of all-Army fame a tough gent to stop. Coach Travis Simpson has a thin but willing squad and can prove more than just troublesome on a "on" night. Ellington quarterback Ernie Frady runs the to per­ fection and is an accurate short passer. Halfb...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 October 1954

Thursday Oct. 14 1954 To Play In Fourth Army Eighfr company-level teams all champions in their own units com­ peted ih the Post-wide tourney with the 25th earning the right to rep­ resent Fort Hood in the Fourth Army Volleyoa I Tournament to be playe( here October 20-24. In the 25th'L initial test they dunked Fourth Armored's Div. Tro«ps in two consecutive games. ... UfV\ U»UL BE. P8S.TTV POiNT Pi UNO RSftiH OCT. *5 AGfttKSr SlUtiSTOH Av£ FOfcCJS Jims wvm -T+fe lOZlftd A•}.&. •&? TW6. APKP. DW. 7 YEARS OLD 86 PROOF Fifth 25th Wins Volleyball Title From Fighting Prov. Sextet A spirited 25th AIB volleyball Advancing to the semi-finals the sextet swept four sets from top- ranking j.st Armored 4th Armored and Post Units net teams to cap- tture the Fort Hood Volleyball title A^st week. l*st Armored Division's three en­ tries'^. Co. of the 25th AIB Prov. Bn. Ipivision Champs from Hq. and He*. Co. and A Co. of the 100th Tk Bn. placed one-two-three in the your-day double elimination...

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