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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 March 1953

lliursday March 26 1953 CLASSIFIED A E I S I N WILL BRING QUICK RESULTS at a very LOW COST CALL... KILLEEN 3811 For Best Results In Classified Advertising! RENTALS LEGAL DIRECTORY MERCHANDISE Legal Directory Miscellaneous For Sale NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bids. Kilieen Ph. 186 J. W. THOMAS Attorney Belton Texa* Phone 533 TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratliff Bldg Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Kilieen ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONALS B-9 HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK- ing problems? For help write Alcoholic Anonymous Kilieen P.O. Box 607 or call 7225. APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-l 160 UNITS Furnished Unfurnished Apartments Includes Range-Refrigerator-Attic Fan If You Are Looking For Ideal Living Apartments Where Your Rental DOLLAR Earns Money For You ... Be Sure To Check With Us Before You FAIRWAY PARK DEVELOPERS INC. (Adjacent To Golf Course) 1700 Walker Drive Kilieen Wanda Park Apts. Killeen's Finest Location Completely FURNISHED Or UNFURNISHED Apartments 1 2 & 3 Bedrooms LOW ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 March 1953

Page Twelve H&S CO. On the recent IG inspection the company as a wholecame out with 99 percent. PFC Ortiz is going home after 21 months in the Army. M-Sgt. Swinny of the WAC Det gave the company an I&E talk on women in the Armed Forces. Cpl. Earl B. Smith was assigned to H&S Co. CO. A Cpl. Cook is to be transferred to the 4005th Separation Center for discharge. PFC Gervais will fill the vacancy in commo. Pvt. Chilistrom and Cpl. Hansen have returned from the NCO Aca­ demy recently where they attend­ ed the mechanics' course for a five week period. SFC Thompson has returned to duty from the hospital. CO. We welcome back to our staff Lt. Mason who recently completed the associate basic tanker course at Fort Knox Ky. We have three more men becom­ ing RAs. They are Pvts. Shamblin Ramsey and Keean. M-Sgt. Cooper left us the past week to try civilian life after 10 years in the Army. Sgt. Foster is on furlough to take "Know Your Capitols his wife home. CO. Pvts. Wiley and Conno...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 April 1953

He was appointed to the U. S. Military Academy in 1921 and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree. He was commissioned a sec- ond lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers and was given his first assignment with the 29th Engineers at Fort Humphreys YTa. as adjutant. His World War II career began in December 1943 when he went overseas as commanding officer of CC "A" of the 4th Armd. Div. in Europe. The defense of St. Vith Belgium during the Battle of the Bulge which was successfully carried out by General Clarke is currently being used in military schools as an historical example of Armor in the defense. In the battle General Clarke with little more than his own Combat Command stopped several major attacks of the German Fifth and Sixth Pan­ zer Armies for seven days. The general returned to the United States in September 1951 after having assumed command of the 4th Armd. Div. and Base Section Two in Manila. It was in March 1951 that Gen­ eral Clarke reactivated and as­ sumed command ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 April 1953

Page Two The fourth Armed Forces Day will be observed throughout- the nation on the third Saturday in May—May 16—under the slogan "Power for Pe&ce." The designated day and the pre­ ceding week will be distinguished as a time for tribute to the team­ work of the arme forces to the unity of the American people and to the power and principles for which they stand in the world-wide struggle for peace. Celebrations throughout Texas and the nation will be planned along the same line as those held the past three years with program schedules consisting of parades luncheons dinnei's balls mass meetings fly-overs military ex­ hibits and open houses and the dis­ play of equipment similar to that in actual use on the Korean battle front. Army Reserve and National Guard units as well as Army Navy and Air Force installations will combine their efforts with local committees to assure the success of the observance. In a proclamation issued in Washington last week Presi- Maj. Gen. Sturgis Chief ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 April 1953

Thursday April 2 1953 By RICHARD L. PHILLIPS The Service Club sponsored skat­ ing party Saturday night at the Post Roller Rink met with the voiced approval of more than 450 enlisted men and their guests who attended and viewed the 10-act variety show on wheels. at on a an in on skates of Killeen's Blanche Young­ er highlighted the talent laden cast Cen-Tex Most Modern Skaf'r.q R'flk Goy's SKATELAND American Legion Park Ph. 4C-58 Interstate Theatres TEMPLE A P. THURS. FRI.. SAT. "MA AND PA KETTLE ON VACATION" Marjorie Main Percy Kilbride SUN.. MON. "CALL ME MADAM" (Technicolor) Ethel Merman Donald O'Connor THURS.. FRI. SAT. "REDHEAD FROM WYOMING" (Technicolor) Maureen O'Hara Alex Nicol SUNDAY and MONDAY "ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET CAPTAIN KIDD" (Color) Abbott & Costello also BUGS BUNNY REVUE (52 Minutes of Cartoons) On the doubh? Take the next break with a frosty bottle of Coke. Service Clubs9 Skating Party Attended By More of Hood military and civilian per­ sonnel and Killeen civi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 April 1953

Page Four WUJL.IAM S. (BIUW MOORE FRANK J. Published in the interest of the military and civilian personnel of_Fort Hood. Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales 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 eumstances are to be considered those of the United States Army. this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of tne products or services advertised. All news matter for publicatton. should h® ®e^lnn the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel Fort Hood Jpixas. telephone 3200. This publication receives ArmedForces Press Service material and KR?]? »re not authorized to reprint AFPS material without written permission from Atls. Staff supervision under authority SB 355-20-1 1951 as exercised by Troop Information and Education Office Fort Hood Texas. .10 TPXM. Advertising copy should be sent to: Bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 April 1953

Thursday April 2 1953 Fort Hood School Officers who will serve the Fort Hood PTA for the coming year were elected at the regular PTA meeting which was held March 17. Those elected were: Mrs. W. L. Metcalfe president Mrs. Byron Haley first vice president Mrs. Ethel Clements second vice presi- Scouts About The Fort Hood Civilian Club was the first organization to send in its check to pay all expenses for one Fort Hood Boy Scout or Explorer to attend the National Jamboree in California next July. Eight sponsorships were pledged by Fort Hood civic organizations to pay the expenses for the Fort Hood Boy Scout delegation to the Jamboree. Scouts in charge of the Scout and the Explorer funds expect to ob­ tain sufficient additional money to assure at least 10 Boy Scouts and Explorers from Fort Hood being able to make the trip to Salt Lake City the Grand Canyon San Francisco and the National Jam­ boree at Santa Ana Calif. Competition among the Boy Scouts and Explorers to win the sponsored tr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 April 1953

A Minded nning seven trophies in less a year is the boast of the men the 501st MP's. Their athletes have been members of the win­ ning Divisions Troops football squad the post basketball cham­ pionship quintet and the post base­ ball team. Baseball season found the MP's enter battalion level competition with men from the 141st Sig. Co. and Hq. and Hq. Co. 1st Armd. Div. to win their league's title and then defeat the 702nd AIB win­ ners of the other league in the College Coaches Rap Pro Baseball FORT WORTH Tex. March 31. —UP—Five of the nation's top col­ lege baseball coaches took pot shots at organized baseball's "raid­ ing" methods Monday amid indica­ tions a "college contract" plan might come out of the coaches' meet in June. The five coaches—John Kobs of Michigan State Otto Vogel of Io -i wa Hi Simmons of Missouri Mar­ ty Karow of Ohio State and Paul Amen of Army funneled their thoughts through the public rela­ tions department of the American Association of College Baseball Coa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 April 1953

.Thursday April 2 1953 T—U 702nd AIB CO. A Able Co. is losing part of its cadre which has been with the unit for the past two years. Drafted in April '51 they will be separated from the service within the first and second week of April. They are M-Sgt. Patrick Supply Sgt. Roling Supply Clerk Cpl. Lewis Commo Sgt. Cpl. Ole- winski Co. Clerk Cpl. McCann Plat Sgt. Cpl. Peterson 1st cook Cpls. Tiver and Reyes and Mail Clerk Cpl. Roach. CO. The morale of Baker Co. is jaretty high. Having completed ^^•0 weeks of bivouac they have ^Experienced some of the conditions of a soldier in the field. CO. Sgt. Russel Reck and Cpl. Peter Albanese are due for discharge in the near fuutre. We hope to have some men in the lineup for the battalion base­ ball team. Lt. Joseph Vivaldi battalion baseball coach says some of the boys show great po­ tentialities. CO. Cpl. Hermann left the company for discharge. Sgt. Hull and Sgt. Smith the supply sergeant and the mess steward left for discharge. Sgt. Leon C. ...

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

Page Eight 3K5&. This Week's SCREEN "MAN ON A TIGHTROPE" 20th Century's thrilling story of a small circus troupe that dodges the commies to escape from Red Czechoslovakia while a secret agent is in their midst. Starring Fredric March Gloria (Academy Award) Graham and Terry Moore. Short: "Dog That Cried Wolf" car­ toon. "CALL OF THE WILD" A re­ issue of the Jack London novel of hot blooded men in search of gold in the frozen Klondike of as a on W it a ie at his best suported by Lo- -tta? Young and Jack Oakie. or's: Nevvsreel and "Topper." »"JHE SYSTEM" Still on the -\xs and gambling syndicate fcjc" this Warner release stars rk Lovejoy and Joan Weldon. Armed Forces Screen Mag- reports on a computer for big guns the B-47 Strato- "orean orphans the Navy's grounds for new weapons at ren and servicemen on a 'ay pass for Winter sports .sch-Partenkirchen. E MAGNETIC MONSTER" ed Artists' combination of se and photographic hocus- brings forth a weird tale of stance that doubles its size 1...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 April 1953

Thursday April 2 1953 A Special Invitation from The Merchants of COPPERAS COVE SHOP DEALERS IN LUMBER-SASH DOORS-SHINGLES ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES BY HOT POINT—GENERAL ELECTRIC "Everything to Build Anything1' W. F. & J. F. BARNES LUMBER COMPANY EKENSTEN'S 5e TO $100 "WHERE YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE" For merchandise of quality and at very reasonable prices whether it is a item for the kitchen or garage we invite you to visit us for the large selection we have in our store. Ekensten's 5c-$1.00 Store PHONE 45 II II SCHNEIDERS "COPPERAS COVE ONE STOP SHOPPING CENTER" Dry Goods & Groceries FRESH COUNTRY EGGS HOME SLAUGHTERED MEATS II II SCHNEIDERS BOX 26 PHONE 44 MILLSAP BROS. Garage & Service Station GENERAL AUTO REPAIR—BODY WORK—PAINTING FRONT END ALIGNMENT BALANCING EQUIPMENT TEXACO PRODUCTS Mil 86 FOB 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT BAKER'S DRUG Prescription Department—Gifts—Toiletries—Fountain Service FREE RENTAL SERVICE FAIR AND REASONABLE PRICES CLOTHE YOUR ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 April 1953

Page Ten 2ND AAA AW BN HQ BTRY Fay Arcenaux Ross and Welch have been promoted to corporal. Promoted to PFC are Gaines and Davis. Corporal Jackson has transferred to the 19th AAA Bn at Philadelphia. He was a member of our commo section. Recent returnees from the NCO Academy are Corporal Marsh and PFC Davis. Resuming just the op­ posite role is PFC Osborne who reports for the leadership course Cpl. Edward J. Roznoxsky has graduated first in his class at the track vehicle mechanic school at the NCO Academy. BTRY A Last week Cpl. Elias Sierra and Cpl. Leonard C. Schultz left for the 4005th for separation. Cpl. Burl Benge returned from a six day leave spent at his home in Miami Tex. and Cpl. Jesse B. Col- lum completed a 10 day furlough spent in Houston. Returned from the NCO Acad­ emy this past week are Cpl. Don­ ald L. Newton and PFC Alfred Reading from the leadership course. Leaving to take their place are PFC William D. Ander­ son and Rodger B. Carlson. SFC Doyle E. Melton left recen...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 April 1953

Thursday April 2 1953 LEGAL DIRECTORY legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldfe. Kilieen Ph. .188 ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONALS B-9 DRIVING TO SEATTLE. WILL SHARE ride. Contact Mrs. Johnson at extension 274 Scott & White Clinic or phone Tem- ple 3-4903. HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK- ing problems? For help write Alcoholic Anonymous Kilieen P.O. Box 607 or call 7225. RENTALS FAIRWAY PARK DEVELOPERS INC (Adjacent To Golf Course) 1700 Walker Drive Kilieen Wanda Park Apts. Killeen's Finest Location Completely FURNISHED Or UNFURNISHED Apartments 1 2 & 3 Bedrooms LOW RENT New Modern Furniture Go east on Rancier till you see Wanda Park Rental Of­ fice sign—stop and ask for information. rCloud Const. Co. Agents Phone 6555 or 1471 KILLEEN HOUSING CORP. Box 248 Kilieen Texas RENTALS APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED C-2 NEW APARTMENTS AVAILABLE NOW IN KILLEEN 1 Bedroom $65 2 Bedrooms $75 3 Bedrooms $85 REFRIGERATOR AND RANGE INCLUDED New Beautiful Furniture Available at Small...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 April 1953

Page Twelve Guaranteed by Good Housekeeping 40VCRT1SC0 matching box spring only $59.50. yaw WRITTEN GUARANTtt GET A SLEEP THRILL on the Morning Glory CHAMPION DREAM TEAM! For your sleeping enjoyment the "Champion" is tuftless smooth top soft easy-to-keep-clean and so wondrously comfortable. It's double-cushioned too to give extra comfort and longer service. This Morning Glory is the result of 50 years of "know how" guaranteed 10 years and backed by the Good Housekeeping seal. A superb value at only $59.50 full or twin bed size. Lovely damask cover in rose blue or beige or heavy blue and white stripe herringbone ticking. Brimful of special features the Morning Glory mattress gives you that "Wake Up and Sing" feeling! To complete your "Dream Team" get the perfectly matched and balanced Morning Glory "Champion" box spring to insure extra years of service and maximum comfort. The^Dream Team gives you the finest in a beautiful easy-to-keep-clean bedding ensemble. The Free Delivery To Bel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 April 1953

R.C. Reaching Past $16000 As Drive Ends Incomplete Total Shows $5000 Gain An incomplete total of $16096.16 was counted Tuesday in the 1953 American Red Cross Fund Cam­ paign at Fort Hood which ended Sunday Clifford Gibbs field di­ rector said. Tuesday's total showed an in­ crease of more than $5000 over the amount contributed a week ago reflecting the payday dona­ tions at the end of March. Another slight increase in the final total is expected when the units which have not yet reported are counted Gibbs said. Of those reporting 36 units have contributed 100 percent. Donations for 1951 netted more than $14000 which was a sharp increase over the 1950 donation of approximately $8000. The National Red Cross Fund goal this year is $93000 the largest since World War II. The increase in the national budget is being asked to provide blood for Korea as well as gamma globulin —a derivative of blood—to treat polio. New hope for children exposed to polio in epidemics each year is piling up in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 April 1953

Page Two Ordeal For 5 Inside Tank Survives 24 Hour Attack KOREA (AFPS)— Five Ameri­ can soldiers owe their lives today to the construction of a tank and their own guts. For 24 hours the Chinese did their best to "get" Sgt. L. Lowe Cpl. William Morris PFC Roy Thompson Sylvester Wheeler and William Sanders but it wasn't good enough. Lowe Morris and Thompson were in an open bunker near the tank when the Chinese attacked. Three thousand swarmed up Old Baldy. The three men were trap­ ped in the bunker and couldn't School Activities HONOR SOCIETY TEST GIVEN On Tuesday March 24 the Na­ tional Honor Society tests were given to representative students throughout the United States. These general aptitude tests are given to a limited number of senior members from each school which enters for competition. Those from Hood High School who represented up is in the con­ test were Lee Guibault and Bar­ bara Doan. Award winners will be announced some time after May 15. LETTER SWEATERS RECEIVED Many H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 April 1953

Thursday April 9 1953 THEATERS SERVICE Contest. Games. Dramatics Club Games. CLUBS MESSES Thursday April 9 No. 1—"Pony Express" Charlton Heston. No. 3—"The Big Frame" Mark Stevens. No. 5—"Call of the Wild" Clark Gable. 162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Talent Scouts Nite Chess Tourney. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Dance Instructions Apple Race NORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Hobby Nite. Friday April 10 No. 1—"Pony Express" Charlton Heston. No. 3—"By the Light of the Silvery Moon" Doris Day. No. 5—"The System" Frank Lovejoy. 162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Mock Wedding Organ Recital. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—On Post April Fool Fun Picnic. NORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Card Instructions. Saturday April 11 No. 1—"The Big Frame" Mark Stevens. No. 3—"Tonight We Sing" Ezio Pinza. No. 5—"Man on a Tightrope" Fredric March. 162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Spirituals Bridge & Canasta Grab Bag Prize Games and Hit Parade. RIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Horseshoe Pitching* Combo Re hearsal Prize Games. NORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Canasta Party H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 April 1953

Page Four 122 East 42nd Street Published in the Interest of the military and civilian personnel of Fort Hood. Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas in conformity with SR 355-20-1 1951. Tolicics and statements reflected In the news •3d 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 (he Public Information Office Armored Sentinel Fort Hood. Texas telephone 3200 This publication receives Armed Forccs Press Service material and civilian papers •re not authorized to reprint AFPS material without written permission from AFP*. Staff supervision under authority SR 355-20-1 1951. as exercised by Troop Information and Education Office Fort Hood. Texas. Advertising copy should be sen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 April 1953

Thursday April 9 1953 141st 4rmd Sig. Co. DIV. SIGNAL SUPPLY PFC Willingham has loft on a seven day emergency leave. Former DSS man Sgt. Green is displaying a ecstatic bewildered and smiling face along with a hand full of cigars there's a baby in the house. It was a 7 pound baby boy. CONSTRUCTION SECTION Lt. Slingerland is leaving the section for FECOM. PFC Collovvay and PFC Bar- ringer formerly with this section have transferred to Message Cen­ ter. "Signal Field" is the name of the new softball field that has been layed out in the motor pool. DIV. SIGNAL MAINTENANCE Section Chief Sgt. Johnson and Cpls. Val Bautista and Charles Stoll are now clearing prior to dis­ charge. Bautista's recent demon­ stration "Key to the Universe" was attended by most of the men of the section and was enjoyed to the very last. RADIO RELAY SECTION Lt. Norton has left for Tulsa Okla. on a 10 day furlough. PFC Alexander Alexandrou has also left for a 13 day leave in Brooklyn. PFC Frank Mumford has come in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 April 1953

The Fort Hood Little Baseball League sponsored by the Dad's Club is now in full swing at the Little League Field at 33rd St. and Battalion Ave. This field is an exact replica of a major lea­ gue diamond scaled one-third smaller. All boys are participating in the training with the common goal of making one of the foug teams namely the Giants Dodgers Yan­ kees and the Red Sox. Each team will field 15 uniform­ ed boys ranging in age from 8-12. All teams are provided uniforms necessary equipment with the ex­ ception of gloves and shoes and facilities by the Dad's Club. Man­ agers and coaches are being pro­ vided by the team sponsors "CCB" Division Trains Post and Gray Air Force Base. Little League Baseball which is affiliated with the National Little League organization is a national activity to provide boys 8-12 years Hood Little Leaguers Open Four Squad BB Season April 18 of age the opportunity to play Big League Baseball on an adapted level in accordance with their mental and physica...

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