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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 October 1954

Page Eight Here are the standings of all units on the past in the current Chest Fund Drive. Units are group­ ed according to categories. Fig­ ures indicate the per capita sales. Where the letters "NR" appear the report from a unit was not avail­ able. FAR 2 CATEGORY "A" 67th (RCAT) Student Det USAH 3d APU 642d Engr SLT 45th Ord Det 47th Ord Det Med Det 1st AD Med Det 16th A Engx Bn Med Det 100th Tk Bn Med Det 1st Tk Bn Med Det 4th Tk Bn Med Det 13th Tk Bn Med Det 123d A Ord Bn Med Det 1st A QM Bn Med Det 4th AD Med Det. 126th A Ord Bn Med Det 35th Tk Bn Med 37th Tk Bn Med Det 5] 0th ATB Med Det 512th AIB Med 553d AIB Med Det 508th Tk Bn Med Det 704th Tk Bn Med Det 24th A Engr Bn Med Det 25th Recon Bn PAR 3 CATEGORY "B" III Corps \on Div Units Hq Co III Corps Hq & Hq Btry III Corps Arty WAC Detachment 4005th SU Food Sv School 0 .N.R. ..1.125 .1.571 .N.R. . .6.00 .. .2.77 44 .N.R. .N.R. ..1.00 .5.294 .. .99 .N.R. .N.R. .6S6 .N.R. .1.666 .N.R. .. .2.49 .3.737 .N.R. .. .1.25 .3.125 ...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 October 1954

{Thursday Oct. 14 1954 v^ 'zi' 'J111" '-7T- Highway 190 Killeen Highway 190 Killeen jgu Largest Car THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS $ ma&Mmm TEMPE TEXAS SHOW ROOM AND LOT Small Down Payments Up To 30 Months Larger Trade-ins Lower Than Bank Rates 1954 FORDS IRA YOUNG AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH DEALER CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER HUNDREDS of CARS in Stock SAVE UP TO *800 $ NEW AND USED CARS All Makes And Models! IRA YOUNG can sell you any car you want-regard- less of the make-AT A BETTER PRICE! We Finance ALL RANKS CHEVROLETS OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. Each Night Drive Over and Shop Around Page Nine

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 October 1954

Page Ten By SGT. JIM COLLINS |of an effective combat unit The supply line is the life Tne| And one important reason why Be Sure and Shop Here for All Your HARDWARE NEEDS See the New TOYS GIFTS GAS HEATERS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS "TEXAN" MODEL YORK NUT SHELLERS BRUCE FLOOR CLEANER BEACON FLOOR WAX SANI-WAX FURNITURE POLISH SNODGRASS HARDWARE Just North of Center Theatre 421 North Gray St. Phone 13471 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Snodgrass Owners Stepped up in power! Stepped up in style! Stepped down in price! PRICES REDUCED 73" Phone 225 701 S. Key mmmamm KILLEEN 1955 STUDEBAKER STYLE POWER LOWER PRICES FEATURE HARD-TOP 287 Sfftll $AO"723 to SEVERAL 1955 CARS NOW ON DISPLAY HIGHWAY GARAGE STUDEBAKER AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE 24 HOUR WRECKER & TOWING SERVICE LAMPASAS TEXAS 3 P. M. 8 P. M. 1st QM Bn. Provides Supplies Needed By A Combat Outfit the 1st Armored Division is a top- notch combat-ready force is that its 1st Quartermaster Bn. is trained and prepared to get sup­ plies where they ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 October 1954

Thursday Oct. 14 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory A-l 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 FINANCIAL INSURANCE W Automobile Liability Insurance tor ail military personnel. MASHBURN & SCOTT Real Estate Insurance 915 W. Rancier KILLEEN. TEXAS MERCHANDISE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE I LET US SERVE YOU We rent sell or repair We will be happy to demonstrate ewing machines and refrigerators at a T-et us sew on your stripes patches and chevrons Custom made belt buckles. buttons and button holes .. PLAFF SEWING CENTER 69 S. Gray Phone 5891 ioU ARE INVITED to join the Veterans of Foreign Wars if you have served overseas. Killeen Post 9192 meeting nights are second and fourth Mondays. Other VFW Post cards honored. froR SALE: BOY'S 26-INCH DIXY (Ger- man-made) bicycle with saddle bags and speedometer. Good condition S25 Call 43284 McNair Village Building No. 270 Apt....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 14 October 1954

see Twelve -p "0 gsry*- l'\ Pi? .*s tP'" 'i WW.. ii* V'i'lhi* "Lwc W rfv SWK -X. •88^ .«£»Sfc Ed Cantrell Has a Deal for Everyone... with a large stock of NEW FORDS to choose from ...you can name your own deal! WE CONSIDER ALL OFFERS yW'"^ v«c»»e. «c*. N rr ^VV'0^^ rf*v#. .""N New Officers Military Financing NO DOWN PAYMENT TO ALL RANKS IF YOU WANT A CHOICE SEE In Belton WE ARE STILL IN BUSINESS IN A BIG WAY THL ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS \wv^s T**y Your Choice Of All Ford Body Styles In Stock «*•. Wfr "-W^: V«P^. ED CANTRELL every time you buy CANTRELL'S In Bel ton y.*#M Look At This v $ rs \p«.£ MV' v% JV/' DOWN WILL DEUVER .n ED CANTRELL MOTOR CO. Authorized Ford Dealer Located In Downtown Belton BELTON. TEXAS 121 N. Main Phone 61 '-^V New Ford DEAL '4&' Thursday Oct. 14 1954 I* "{* »S w&:*:v:*:«x-: mrnm^m Mm8MZ .wCwWwWWi*

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 October 1954

Vol. 8 No. 42 The monetary figure in the 1954 Chest Fund Campaign reached a total last week of $48109 as re­ ported by the Chest Fund Finance Committee. The figure represents the amount received from all Fort Hood units as of last Friday. Leading in contributions on the command level is the 1st Armored Division with $23118. The 4th Arm­ ored Division follows with ."514278. Ill Corps and non-divisional units have a compilation of $7973. Civi­ lian sections and Killeen Base fol­ low with §1390 and $1350 respec­ tively. In per capita sales leading units in each major command are: 1st Armored Division—Med. Det. ii Tk. Bn. with $6.28. '4th Armored Division—Co. "B" 5th Tk. Bn. with $5.22. Ill Corps and Non-Divisional 43rd MP (CID) with $3.67. Civilian Sections 4005th Food Service School with $7. Average per capita sales in the 1st Armored Division are $1.59 and the average for the 4th Armored Division totals $1.02. The number of tickets issued at the end of four weeks of the drive amounte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 October 1954

Page Two Rejects $300000 The fabulous Count de Brogna is in the Fourth Armored Divi gion. But if you ask the Count or Sgt. Wilbur Radeline as he's bet­ ter known in the Division about becoming an Italian nobleman with a $300000 fortune complete with castle in Sicily he'll tell you SGT. WILBUR RADELINE Accident Rate Shows Decline During Sept. There was a sharp decline in the civilian and military accident rate during the month of Septem­ ber according to Mr. Woodrow W. Young Post Safety Director of the TTT Corps Provost Marshal's Of­ fice. The civilian injury rate was 14.5 hours per 1 million man hours worked for the month of August. The rate for September dropped to 9.2 hours per million man hours worked. The military injury rate for the month of August showed a loss of 9.8 days per 100000 man days worked. In September this rate was decreased to 7.9 days per 1- "00000 man days worked. Accident rates for military ve- icles remained the same for both months. This accident rate based -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 October 1954

Thursday Oct. 21 1954 Mathias Leigh AJ62nd Mathias Derek I THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS United Nations Leigh Roman Thursday October 21 No. 1—"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" Spencer Tracy Ingrid Bergman and Lana Turner No. 2—"The Bob Mathias Story" Ward Bond Bob Mathias and Melba No. 3—"They Rode West" Robert Francis Phil Carey and Donna Reed No. 4—"Walking My Baby Back Home" Donald O'Conner and Janet Leigh No. 5—"Beau Brummell" Stewart Granger and Elizabeth Taylor ACADEMIC DRIVE—Ping Pong Tourney and Dance Class 162nd STREET—Name That Tune BRIGADE—Shuffleboard and Break The Bank Prizes NORTH FORT HOOD—Shuffleboard Tournament Friday October 22 No. 1—"The Promoter" Alec Guinness and Valerie Hobson No. 2—"White Witch Doctor" Robert Mitchum and Susan Hayward No. 3—"They Rode West" Robert Francis Phil Carey and Donna Reed No. 4—"Walking My Baby Back Home" Donald O'Conner and Janet No. 5—"Beau Brummell" Stewart Granger and Elizabeth Taylor ACADEMIC DRIVE—Jam Session and Song Fest Birthday Party STREE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 October 1954

Page Four TVIUIAM liiftsi 42nd Strcst I'nbUsheo In the Interest of the military and clrlllan personnel at Fort Hood Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Clrcnlar Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and •tatemonri rcflecte* In the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and ander nc circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisement* In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of IJefensr of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office. Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed FORM and payers are authorized to reprint non-copyrirhted AFPS material without written permlss-on from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box *19. Temple Texas Subscription off post. $3.00 per year SI.00 for three months. Distribution on I ost tree. All pictures are United States Army Si...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 October 1954

.Thursday Oct. 21 1954 Jiupply Sergeant Receives Praise Praise for a job well done is getting to come naturally to SFC Paul W. Smith the veteran sup­ ply sergeant in Svc. Btry. of the 1st Armored Division's 27th AFA. It might be because Sergeant Smith has made the care of Army clothing and equipment his num­ ber one concern during his six years of service. At Fort Hood where he is serv­ ing for the second time the 25- year-old sergeant has used his training and experience to make the Svc. Btry. supply room the pride of Division Artillery. His work brought special praise from Lt. Col. John A. Williams "Old Ironsides" inspector general during a recent inspection. "The appearance and organiza­ tion of the Svc. Btry. supply room is the best I've ever seen in the Army" Colonel Williams said. Sergeant Smith's supply room received a 99 per cent rating re­ cently as the outstanding supply unit in the "Old Ironsides" Artil­ lery. The sergeant got a handsome plaque for the supply room wall fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 October 1954

Page Six Pilot Knob Skeet Range Opened FOOTBALL UPSETS The practice of putting an object out of normal running condition is listed in numerous college dictionaries under the word UPSET! This five letter verb which is normally the exception and not the rule has sprung into alarming prominance among the grid warriors of 1954. Crystal ball sports writers around the country are in a daze trying to pick grid winners in the course of the 1954 season. Major football teams around the country gallantly pressing for unsmeared grid records find themselves trying to improve and repair early damaged and delayed victory strings. A prime example being Notre Dame who after toppling the Texas Longhorns 21-0 in Terry Brennan's debut as head grid mentor at the Indiana institution falling to Purdue's Boilermakers 27-14. The Irish have since come back to belt Pittsburgh 33-0 and edge Michigan State 20-19. Illinois Fades Early After the Irish setback hysteria swept through the Midwest. Illinois led by br...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 October 1954

[Thursday Oct. 21 1954 Gridders Seek To Extend Skein Fort Hood's Tankers riding high on a three-game winning skien will try to make it four straight Saturday night when they face a strong Texas Tech team at Lub­ bock. The Picadors junior brothers of the varsity Red Raiders have com­ piled a two win one loss record in 1954. The opened against Shep- pard Air Force after only a week's preparation and dropped a 32-14 decision to the pass-crazy Flyers. Fort Hood edged Sheppard 16-12 three weeks ago in a contest played here incidentally. However the Tech yearlings re­ bounded and won games from a tough Tyler Junior College eleven 26-6 and Texas Western 12-6. Coach John Thompson is justly proud of the improvement his lads have made especially offensively. The Tankers will meet a club well-schooled on fundamentals in Tech. The Picadors tackle hard I block even harder. They learn Bieir football the hard way by weekly scrimmages with the var­ sity. Quarterback Strength Wick Alexander and Dale...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 October 1954

Page Eiglit »*v.- if AT COLLEGE AND HIGHWAY 190 ^V- »^«pp tfPZ ^vM-«xk^4 & This superb Bassett bedroom furniture is far too lovely to casually glance at.. far too beautiful to pass off lightly. You must examine each piece individually to appreciate the true quality of the entire suite. Notice the smart smooth unbroken lines of the chest with sparkling silvered drawer pulls and center-guided dust- proof drawers ... examine the bookcase bed with unique sliding doors for extra convenience and versatility. Then the huge double dresser with its Pittsburgh plate glass mirror. All pieces are du Pont "Dulux" finished for lasting beauty. Designed by world famous designer Leo Jiranek and expertly constructed by Bassett America's largest manufacturer of bedroom furniture. EASY FREE PARKING wmmm: liii&liSl mip l||iifi§tfS MMi lililillSS§i MSPIIli £^iWWvcCV*»Ao£vl'V fc«."ft c»* ptOMECRS THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS N/W FtPNIIURi FOR wmmm FURNITURE* KILLEEN 1111 HHlMMlMI flA Doubl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 October 1954

r/tf Thursday Oct. 21 1954 ere 9s Many men will not consider re- enlisting in the Regular Army be­ cause they consider it "just a waste of time". The only thing that they are doing is counting the days until their separation date. These men are doing noth­ ing but cheating themselves. The Regular Army can and will do things for a man with but the minimum of effort on his part. There are men who do not have as much formal civilian educa­ tion as they would like to have. Many of them left school after eight or nine years and are now realizing what a mistake they made. One of the many functions of the Information and Education of­ fice is to aid these men and any others who might be interested in .furthering their education. By taking the high school or college General Educational De­ velopment (GED) test a man can rot only obtain a high school di­ ploma but also get year of col­ lege credit. The high school GED is a bat- LT. COL. RUSSELL O. FUDGE of Wichita Falls assumed com­ mand of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 October 1954

Page Ten Recon Platoon Hits Top Score On North Fort Combat Course The third platoon of Co. 81st Reconnaissance Battalion was the top scorer among the 20 "recon" platoons of the 1st Armored Divi­ sion which were tested recently on the Reconnaissance Platoon Com­ bat Course. Led by M-Sgt. Walter Edge of Chattanooga Tenn. the platoon scored 1027 points out of a possi­ ble 1200 on the course. The second-ranking platoon was from H-S Co. 13th Tk. Bn. led by M-Sgt. Richard R. Kaput of De­ troit Mich. Placing third was the first pla­ toon of Co. 81st Reconnaissance Battalion which is led by Lt. John B. Bell of Tyler Tex. The test course located at North Fort Hood covers 2300 yards of rugged terrain. The platoon undergoing the test acts as a right flank security force for a combat command which is theoretically moving from Gatesville to Temple along Route 36. Its task is to move forward and set up observation posts with the eventual mission of establishing a strong point on a hill overlookin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 October 1954

5P Thursday Oct. 21 1954 4 1/ It Is A vv 1954 CHEVROLETS $I595 SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS we can sell you any new car you want KILLEEN Ira Young Auto Agency Located On Highway 190 If It Is A 7'?---' QUESTION of MONEY in' fcj-ff'.. vr *888888 QUESTION of PRICE we have the largest selection of new and used cars in Central Texas THE AROMERED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS WE FINANCE ALL RANKS Everyone Gets Same Deal PRICED LOWER! WHAT ANYONE CAN SELL IRA YOUNG CAN SELL AT A BETTER PRICE! WHEN IN TEMPLE STOP AT OUR LARGE PLACE ON BELTON BLVD. Do You Like Small Down Payments Well Just Ask—We Can Do! JP TO 30 MONTHS DON'T FORGET OUR TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS IN KILLEEN IRA YOUNG AUTHORIZED KAISER WILLYS NASH DEALER CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER iki^ maMP* TM 3E &•< S VI Page Eleven 1954 FORDS J1595 SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. EVERY NIGHT KILLEEN Ira Young Auto Co. Located On Highway 190

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 October 1954

Page Twelve 501st Replacement 6Pipeline9 By SGT. JIM COLLINS In the 501st Replacement Com­ pany the world "pipeline" doesn't have anything to do with the "Big Inch" or transporting oil. This company has the task of "pipelining" every man who joins the 1st Armored Division into the battalion or separate company with which he will serve. Whenever a man in the United States Army is assigned to the "Old Ironsides" Division he can be sure he'll spend about two days in the 501st Repl. Co. where his records will be processed and he will receive his field equipment before he reports to his new unit. Personnel of the 501st also act as a "reception committee" for the new men joining "Old Iron­ sides" welcoming them and in­ forming them of the Division's history and customs. The new men are also oriented on a great many subjects that will affect them during their serv­ ice with the 1st Armored. Some of the important topics and policies discussed are those concerning safe driving practices pass...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 October 1954

Thursday Oct. 21 1954 Law-Business Program Set Up At Cornell Cornell President Deane W. Mal- ott said the program is designed "to meet a growing need for ex­ ecutives who understand both the law and also the problems of ad­ ministration in large modern or­ ganizations." The program will allow students to combine work for the bachelor of laws and masters in business or public administration. Five years ordinarily would be required to ob­ tain the degrees separately. You may bend the law but you will break first. 'MOW' cfytmdon. 1941 Chevrolet Cpe. Green. Good cheap transportation. *1% t5 x::iiS:S:^SS^S: LEARNING TO "OUT-FOX" TROUBLE Susie a six-month old Red-Grey Swift Fox mascot of Battery "C" of the 1st Armored Division's 2nd AAA picks up a point or two from her master SFC Ralph J. Sopinski Milwaukee Wise. Sergeant Sopinski is teaching his charge to keep out of accidents. Pride of the battery Susie weighs 10 pounds is house broken and is completely tame. She was picked up when'just...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 October 1954

Page Fourteen Army Plans New MOS System WASHINGTON (AFPS) The Army is planning a sweeping over­ haul of its enlisted MOS program. April 1 1955 has been tentatively set as the target date to replace the present MOS system'. The Army believes the new one will cut training costs and time pro­ duce men qualified to fill a great­ er number of jobs and lead to in­ creased efficiency. Under the new structure all the Army'-s enlisted jobs are divided into 10 major categories called Occupational Areas. These areas group jobs according to their simi­ larity of skills and aptitudes. Special Areas The 10 areas are: mb a t graphics precision maintenance military crafts motor mainte­ nance electronics electrical main­ tenance clerical and supply gen­ eral technical and special assign­ ment. The biggest innovation in the new system is the use of an entry MOS which is assigned on the basis of either aptitude or previous training and experience. The needs of the service at the particular moment of c...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 October 1954

Thursday Oct. 21 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 i'emple. Texas First Nat'l Btdg. Ph. 3-5254 ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST & FOUND B-8 LOST: WEDDING BAND PLAIN. Dis­ covered missing near Hood Village or 2d AAA Bn. If fouod please contact Mrs. G. Ecker. Apt. 369B Hood Village. MERCHANDISE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 1-1 FOR SALE: TWO .Ti SIZE HOLLYWOOD beds with innerspring mat tress Serta*. no headboards. $25.00 each. New Ricoh Flex camera model VI. Uses 120 film. 525.00. 12x20 Japanese binoculars with case. S40.00. See these bargains at 1917 Poage Ave.. Castle Heights Killeen. LET US SERVE YOU We rent sell or repair We will be happy to demonstrate sewing machines and refrigerators a a Let us sew on your stripes a a Custom made belt buckles buttons and button holes PLAFF SEWING CENTER 69 S. Gray Phone 5891 YOU ARE INVITED to join the Veterans of Foreign Wars if you ha...

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