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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 January 1953

•r I- -Msg P- Vol. 1 No. 1 Looking Forward TiNinth Year By JOE LACY pvs" displayed no advertising The ninth year of publication of :t carried the suggestive "The your post newspaper opens with olf" cartoons and all of Bill THE ARMORED SENTINEL and iuldin's famous wartime series. 1953 making their debut hand in "HELL ON" WHEELS" 'hand. I Thursday Nov. 30 1945 saw A glance back over the paslfe papers name change for the eight years shows that the news-|rs^ time to Hell on Wheels. It paper has grown from a tabloid'as Let us scan the Fort Hood news- raper history and see how your tRMORED SENTINEL stacks up rdth its'ancestors'. "CAMP HOOD NEWS" Operating as Station K5WB under the Military Affiliated Raio System (MARS) the station e- f£ently offered its services to nli- i^fary and civilian personnel 'ho shed to send messages to frieds relatives. sergeant DeWitt a veterai of le years' service says telepbne jcaills bgan coming in from ntgh- (boring towns including Waco hil- Jton and Temple....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 January 1953

& T?Vo i** Post And Division Personnel (PIO)—More than 5000 service­ men took advantage of educational facilities at the Information and Education Center here during the Past year. James Gillam Fort Hood edu­ cational supervisor said that this number included both Post and 1st Armored Division personnel. Army ABCs (Continued from Page 1) DS (Detached Service) or SD (Spe­ cial Duty). Further when he makes the transfer the MR (Morn­ ing Report) will carry his EDCSA (Effective Date Change Statistical Accountability). After schooling the chances are good that the soldier—now perhaps a PFC (Private First Class)—will be POR (Preparation for Overseas Replacement) qualified. If he is he will soon arrive at a POE (Port of Embarkation) where he will learn that all his overseas mail will be handled through an APO (Army Post Office). After his service is over he will .return.via an RTO (Rail Trans­ portation Office) to a separation point in this country and after processing will run into hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 January 1953

irsday January 8 1953 L162ND THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Tournaments. Thursday January 8 No. 1—"The Stooge" Martin & Lewis. No* 3—"Target: Hong Kong" Richard Denning. No. 5—"Up Front" David Wayne. 162Ntf ST. SERVICE CLUB—Talent Nite. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—6 p. m. Ping Pong And Pool K. B. OFFICERS MESS—8 p. m- Cash Prize Games. Friday? January 9 No. 1—"The Stooge" Martin & Lewis. No. 3—"Stop You're Killing Me" Broderick Crawford. No. 5—"Outpost In Malaya" Claudette Colbert. 162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Games Tournament. BRIGADE AVE- SERVICE CLUB—Musical Moments. Saturday9 January 10 No. 1—"Target: Hong Kong" Richard Denning. No. 2—"Vengence Valley" Burt Lancaster. No. 5—"Tropic Zone" Ronald Reagan. ST. SERVICE CLUB—Prize Games Recorded Concert BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—6 p. m. Prize Games. LUB. OFFICERS MESS—9 p. m. Informal Dance Modernaires. Sunday January 11 No. 1—"Stop You're Killing Me" Broderick Crawford. No. 3—"My Cousin Rachel" Olivia deHavilland. No- 5—"The Stooge" M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 January 1953

Page Four Published in the interest of the military and civilian personnel of Fort Hood. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas in conformity with Sit 355-20-J 1051. Policies and statements reflected in the news and editorial columns represent views of the individual writers and under no cir­ cumstances are to be considered those of the United States Army. Advertisements in this publication do not constitute an 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. I'ort Hood. Texas telephone S200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and civilian papers are not authorized to reprint Al'l'S material without written permission from At'j'S. Staff supervision under authority SR 355-20-1. 1951. as exercised by Troop Information and Education Office. Fort Hood. Texas. Advertising COPS' should be sent to: Bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 January 1953

"'•5: ^Thursday January 8 1953 Three Rabbit Divisions By BILL LITTLE (PIO)—Hood range officials al­ though a bit skeptical of conduct­ ing a census are certain that the rolling reservation is a stomping ground for hundreds of other creatures besides the Fort Hood soldier. In fact the soldier is definitely outnumbered the say. Latest lists compiled by the range office which not only protects soldiers on ranges from entering danger areas but has 20 game wardens protecting smaller habitants show the far-flung post to be a well-stocked game reserve Nobody has ever taken the trouble to count heads but scurry­ ing through underbrush are deer fox bobcats a few wolves and cougars. These are strongly sup­ ported by the ever present possum rabbit porcupine and armadillo populations. TROOPERS SURPRISED Most of the gnimal information comes from game wardens al­ though there are always phone calls from surprised troopers who thought they had the big spaces to themselves. Presenting the largest f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 January 1953

A. AM. AOVRUSiNCCO. STEP BIGH WIDE. ANK liandiome! m^=rz—77T THE ARMORED SENTINEL Basketball will come into the sports spotlight again January 12 as the second half of the basketball season gets underway with eight battalion teams competing. The eight teams will play a double round-robin schedule with Page Six Thursday January 8 1953 Basketball Gets Going Monday With 8 Teams Battling It Out the top team playing the winners of the first half of the season the 501st MP's. In the double round robin each team will play the other teams twice which means a 14 game schedule for each quintet. The season should close February i:¥i w.$M 27TH AFA'S JOE SCHENK high scorer of the first-half basketball tournament deftly blocks a shot of Lowell Fast of the 501st MP's In the final game of last year's tournament. The 501st team defeated the Artillerymen 91-67 to take the team title. Schenk took the individual title by scoring over 20 points in each of the tournament games with a 42 point effort agai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 January 1953

Thursday January 8 1953 By RICHARD L. PHILLIPS With the track and field world barely catching its collective breaths after the record smashing party at the Olypmics in Helsinki last Sum­ mer plans are already well underway for the 1953 indoor season. And from early season performances it looks like another wholesale as­ sault on the record books. While the center of thinclad activity is still the banked oval of New York's Madison Square Garden the runners jumpers and tossers have been testing their muscles from Jamaica British West Indies to |he Down Under Land of Austrailia and New Orleans' Sugar Bowl. Prime news from Melbourne site of the '56 Olympics is that a 22-year old medical student has run an astounding 4:02.1 mile to come within seven tenths of a second of Gunder Haegg's 4:01-6 world record. REMARKABLE PERFORMANCE John Landy latest pursuer of the elusive four-minute mile makes his performance even more remarkable because of the following facts: he never broke 4:10 for .a m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 January 1953

Page Eight The Parent Teacher Association of the Killeen School has asked the Cub Scouts of Pack 111 to ex­ hibit handicraft work at their meeting Jan. 20 at 3:15 in the school auditorium. All den Moth­ ers should collect craft work from their Cubs to present at this meeting. The National Theme for January is Transportation. Transportation means the moving of people and materials from place to place. What a host of interest-catching Pack and Den projects and activi­ ties it can provide! Put your imagination and that of your boys into high gear as you ex­ plore this fascinating theme. Boys should be taught the his­ tory of transportation. Plan Den exhibits project areas excursions make a scrap book collect models. Skits and stories are fun to plan. This is a good month and theme for closer work between the Cub and his Dad. Follow closely in their Scout books and give them credit for this interesting theme. SOCIETY—Standing Newly appointed officers for the Boy Scout Troop Committee Xi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 January 1953

•*$ #1 ''J #1 1'T Thursday January 8 1953 BAKERITE A Shortening SWANS DOWN INSTANT CAKE MIX BAKER'S 4 OZ. COCONUT POST TOASTIES PETER PAN NO. 1 CAN TOMATOES DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE JUICE GAINE'S DOG MEAL RED HEART WITH $7.50 PURCHASE OR MORE AND JELLO PUDDING KRISPY 12 Oz. Box PEANUT BUTTER CARNATION MILK BOG FOOD i»«290 LARD mat ti«i itiiiufli Imkkial MAM ifN Admiration coffee 3 lb. Can 3 MINUTE 29e OATS 190 CRACKERS230 PURE WINNERS OF PRIZES PLEASE COME IN Mrs. F. W. Boss Mrs. A. M. Curtis Larry Hill 59 16e 160 Small Size 330 11 Ot. Jar 2 290 Can 100 290 46 Oz. Can $A69 25 Lb. 420 3 Lb. Pkg. THE ARMORED SENTINEL You like so many other people in Killten will turn to Minimax for better buys the very first time you realise the saving in one grocery bill alone. Stop and add up your savings for the entire month and you have a considerable amount of savings. These are not idle words ... we would like for you to prove it for yourself SOON! TRELLIS PEAS S E I A RAISINS 15 oz. Box 19c S E I A ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 January 1953

Page Ten 702nd AIB H&S CO. A welcome v-as extended to Ma­ jor Munn upon his return from leave. PFC Wagner assumed responsi­ bilities of mail clerk while Cpl. Jones was on leave. Pvt. Leonard Pearlman will soon be relieved as temporary clerk when Cpl. Wanner returns from his present leave. CO. A Among our new men is Pvt. STORE WIDE CONNIE SHOP Killeen "Know Your Capitols"... David Flores who has held for the last three years the Texas State AAU wrestling championship in the 128 pound class. This Spring Pvt Flores hopes to compete in and win the National AAU Champion­ ship. Pvt. Krunholz on his recent leave announced his engagement to Mary Ellin McEldony of Perkin 111. CO. We expect the chow in the mess hall to have an added touch now as PFC Brescher has returned from Cooks' School and PFC Dob- rosky is just starting the course. CO. Santa was good to one of the men at Christmas. PFC Wesley Stephens rolled back from his leave in a spanking new '53 Ford. Saint Nick had a rough time ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 January 1953

Dole Sliced PINEAPPLE Lb. Flat Can Stokleys TOMATO JUICE MGLV bOGLY ROTEL TOMATOES Lb. Can 303 Can LIVER GROUND BEEF BACON BISCUITS BM&su 'av/ Hormels Budget Sliced h- Ballards or Bordens '.W- ./• Beef CHUCK ROAST Lb. Calf Lb. 490 u. 270 Lb. 2 Pkgs. 250 Ri. Colored Quarters Lb. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES AND REFUSE SALES TO DEALERS THE ARMORED SENTINEL -?v Fresh Bunch LB. CAN RADISHES 2 FOLGERS COFFEE 770 BEANS MILK CRACKERS Carnation or Pet Tall Can k. 15c CABBAGE ik 5c Kitchen Pride 5 Lb. Pkg Snowdrift SHORTENING 'C LARGE POTATOES BANANAS ONIONS 79e 3 Lb. Can WESSON OIL Pint PUREX Quart Van Camp 303 Can Sunshine ||j. or Krispy Box Russet 10 Lb. Mesh Bag Golden Fruit No. 1 Yellow CARROTS 2 Cello Packages Honey Boy SALMON & Green Giant Cream Style Page Eleven Lb. CORN 2 370 Red Label KARO S£ KRAFTS MIRACLE WHIP 290

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 January 1953

Page Twelve Whose Army is Best? Are our divisions as deadly as the Reds Army's divisions? Which have the most modern and effective weapons? What is firepower? Is it the same as killing power? How did U. S. soldiers react when served a typical Red Army dinner? What is the biggest single non-combat element in our di­ visions? Can a Communist division fight longer than a U. S. division? Why do we have services the Red Army would consider luxuries? Is our Army hamstrung by non-fighting soldiers? The answers to these and many other questions will be found in this series of articles "Whose Army Is Best?" The articles are by Army News Features and will be printed in THE ARMORED SENTINEL as space permits* This is true. This statement has led many Americans to believe that Rus­ sian divisions are organized more efficiently than American divisions. This is not true. The U. S. Army division is a highly technical fighting machine and because of its organization it is the most lethal the world e...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 January 1953

Thursday January 8 1953 LEGAL DIRECTORY Legal Directory A-1 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bids. Killeen Ph. 186 J. W. THOMAS Attorney Belton. Texa« Phone 533 TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at Law RatUff Bldg. Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Killeen ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONALS B-9 HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK- ingr problems? For help write Alcoholics Anonymous Killeen P.O. Box 607. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-1 NEW RENTALS WANDA PARK APARTMENTS LOW RENT Stove & Refrigerator Included Bedroom $65. 2-Bedroo $75. 3-Bedroo $85. Go east on Rancler till you see Wanda Park Rental Office sign—Stop and ask for Information about any of the apartment plans. PHONE 6555 or 1471 KILLEEN HOUSING CORP. CLOUD CONST. AGENTS Box 248. Killeen Don't Just Shine 'Em DYANSHINE Em! Recolor and shine shoes at the sqme time! Your RX STAIN/ gJE\ 1 V( S2*?OV«N ?55POV*W mow. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-1 BEAUTIFUL NEW WANDA PARK UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS Now Available One Bedroom $65 Two Bedrooms $75 Three Be...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 January 1953

STOCK UP SAVE! Serve lettuce in LARGE SIZE CAULIFLOWER MARSH SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT HORMEL'S BUDGET BRAHD BACON FRESH DRESSED FRYERS DAISY CHEESE CLOROX Vi Gal. Reg 12's 4 salad tonight... nice and crisp mm pi LARGE HEAD LETTUCE TOMATOES FRESH GROUND You'll like it 1J S~ in meat loaf 1% 1™ ff11 and patties 29 KOTEX 29 00LU HY 19e 70 .45* u. 25$ u. 25$ 53e Lb. 490 Lb. TIDE Giant Size Reg. Size 59 BABO 13 peaches uaWes American Aunt Jemima To Be Given Away Feb. 7th PRICES GOOD 75 12 FLOURS 39 MODERN FOODS 501 8th St. KILLEEN O W I E S E E A Phone 171 AD01PHUS RICE BANGO OUR ANNIVERSARY GIFT ALMA MUSTARD GREENS ALMA TURNIP GREENS HECTOR'S Nothing Td Buy Just Register DOG FOOD GLADIOLA POP CORN ARMOUR'S YEGETOLE Don't Have To Be Present Nash Rambler Station Wagon This is our way of saying "THANKS" to you on our Anniversary. Remember all you have to do is register at our checking stand when you are in our store there is nothing to buy. This new NASH will be given away on February 7th in cel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 January 1953

Vol. 1 No. 2 Sergeants Win Silver Star For AKorean Deeds NCO Dance Paces Post Drive All Proceeds Go To Campaign As the March of Dimes Drive here goes into its third full week tomorrow Major Wilton J. Rich­ ard local campaign director call­ ed upon all personnel and groups (PIO)—The Silver Star Was pre­ sented to two Korean veterans last week by General Clarke. SFC Leon L. Kendrick 26 Okla­ homa City and Sgt. John C. Tur- rentine 22 Lockesburg Ark. re­ ceived the Silver Stars for gallan­ try in action in Korea. Sergeant Kendrick currently a member of Hq. Co. CC "B earn­ ed his decoration while serving with the 25th Infantry Division in Korea in Nov. 1950. He deliberate­ ly exposed himself to deliver a single-handed mortar attack that crushed a Communist assault near Chang Dong. General Clarke prais­ ed SFC Kendrick for his "outstand­ ing courage resourcefulness and staunch devotion to duty." Kendrick took his basic training at Fort Hood in 1945 when it was known as "Camp" Hood. Prese...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 January 1953

Page Two Averages 1150 Titles (PIO) The thousand and one things a soldier needs to know to protect himself against the enemy the weather and sore feet can all be learned by the use of Army movies. And according to Ben J. Plsek director of the Post Signal Film 1952 Cost-Cutting Paid Off In Savings (PIO) The search for better ways of doing things highlighted the continuous conservation pro- gram here last year. General Clarke gave added im­ petus to the program early in the year by explaining that "a large portion of the national budget to­ day is allocated to national de­ fense." "Therefore" General Clarke said "it is our obligation to the American taxpayer which includ­ es every soldier to use the money made available for national de­ fense carefully and economically." The program itself was the first UT. COL. CECIL E. ROBERTS recently assumed duties as Chief of General Subjects Committee. Before joining the 1st AD in Sept. last year he was Asst. Army Attache at Athens Greece from 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 January 1953

Thursday January 15 1953 »n THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday January 15 No. 1—"The Naked Spur" James Stewart. No. 3—"Up Front" David Wayne. No. 5—"Vengeance Valley" Burt Lancaster. 162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Talent Night. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Ping Pong & Pool Tournaments. NORTH FT. HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Stop The Music. Friday January 16 No. 1—"The Naked Spur" James Stewart. No. 3—"Last of the Comanches" Broderick Crawford. No. 5—"Rouge's March" Peter Lawford. 162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Crafts and Games. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Musical Moments. NORTH FT. HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Card Instructions. OFFICERS MESS—8 p.m.—Square Dance Alan Hamilton Caller. Saturday January 17 No. 1—"Up Front" David Wayne. No. 3—"Girls In The Night" Joyce Holden. No. 5—"My Cousin Rachel" Olivia deHavilland. »162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Prize Games Pop Corn Social. Variety Show. RIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—"Grab Bag" Prize Games. ORTH FT. HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Canasta Party Stunt Night. K. B. OFFICERS MESS—9 p.m. Inform...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 January 1953

Page Four 1^° East 42nd Street (By Armed Forces Press Servicc) Published in (he interest of the military and civilian personnel of l-'ort llood. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sale* Circular Company Temple. Texas in conformity with SB 355-20-1. 1951. Policies and statements reflected in the news and editorial columns represent views of the individual writers and under no cir- This publication receives Armed l'orces Press Service material and civilian papers are not authorized to reprint API'S material without written pennission from AM Staff supervision under authority SR 355-20-1 1951. as exercised by Troop Information and Education Office. Port Hood. Texas. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office. P.O. Box 419. Temple. Texas. Subscription off post. $3.(10 per year SI.0(1 for three months. Distribution on lost free. All pictures are United States Army Slsnal Corps photosrapbs. Unless otherwise noted tte publication of these is not restricted excepting In cases Invol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 January 1953

Thursday January 15 1953 Hospital Tent Battle Army Medics Whip 'Manchiirian ever' One of the most brilliant battles of the Korean conflict is being waged in a tent. Pitched under the rim of a moun­ tain near the 38th Parallel this canvas covered battleground" is a hospital. Here Army doctors and nurses are busy 'round the clock winning a battle against a my­ sterious disease known as hemor­ rhagic fever. About 900 cases were reported among United Nations troops in 1951 and 650 in 1952. Largely due to the efforts of the Army doctors and nurses more than 95 percent of the soldiers affected with this little-known illness have recovered completely. The mortality rate from the disease sometimes call­ ed "Manchurian Fever" has been extremely low. VICTIMS EVACUATED Main reasons for this marked success are early recognition of the disease evacuation of victims by Army helicopter and constant medical attention at the Hemor­ rhagic Fever Center. In order to detect the illness early United Nat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 January 1953

Page Six The marksmen took aim and fired—it wasn't M-l's that were be­ ing shot but basketballs as the sec­ ond half of the Fort Hood basket­ ball season got underway Monday night at the Sports Arena. Of the four teams that played Monday the 4th MTB looked the most impressive in gaining a 74-G7 victory over the 634th AIB. The Tankers employed a tight man-to­ man defense with a fast break. Many times during the game the Tankers found themselves all alone under the 634th basket with the In­ AFPS SPORTSWRITER DICK YOUNG (10) tries vainly to capture a tap-off in a recent basketball game between the Texas Cowgirls and a team of New York basketball writers. The boys should have stayed at their typewriters. The Cowgirls branded them 40-28. Warmin9 The There is a strong possibility that the 1953 major league baseball season will open with one of the 16 ballclubs representing Milwaukee Wis. It was no secret that Bill Veeck's St. Louis franchise is souring. The former Cleveland showman in­ va...

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