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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 April 1953

PAGE 10 Water District May End Killeen Problem Water is now one of the greatest problems and one of the most valuable commodities in Texas. This was true also in Killeen. Chamber of Commerce leaders feel now however that this pro­ blem has been licked. In the spring of 1952 the state water board approved the organiza­ tion of the Bell County Water Con­ trol and Improvement District No. 1. The purpose of this district is to sell water and sewage service to Killeen Fort Hood Copperas Cove and possibly other neighbor­ ing communities. Source of the water will be the Belton reservior. An intake and filtration structure will be built on the reservior near the present junction of Cowhouse creek with the Leon river. The district will then pipe the water to Fort Hood and Killeen for sale to the two major customers. An adequate supply of water has been assured the district when it was granted the use of 10000 acre Civic Organizations Boon To Fort City By VAN HEATHERLY Killeen's phenominal co...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 April 1953

KILLEEN OPEN HOUSE WELCOME To ADVERTISEMENT MARLBORO HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVE COLORED DEVELOPMENT MARLBORO HEIGHTS Rental Office Hwy. 190 (Belton Hwy.) KILLEEN Phone 472-F-4 Attic Fans New Furniture Landscaped READY FOR OCCUPANCY FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED ONE & TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS You Are Invited To Inspect These Units During Killeen's Open Nouse. SUNDAY APRIL 12 Open 2 p.m. To 6 p.m. Check These Features Shower Tubs Paved Streets All City Conveniences PAGE 15

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 April 1953

PAGE 14 *1 jl |i POTATOES CARROTS APPLES CUCUMBERS ONIONS MODERN FOODS 501 8th St. KILLEEN Phone 171 Welcome to Killeen's Open House APRIL 12th. from the Management and Employees of Modern Foods... PRICES GOOD FRI. SAT. & MON. PRODUCE DEPT. Edmond McDaniel Mgr. 10 Lb. Bag Texas Valley Bunch Washington State Delicious—Lb. Lb. Ye.. MEAT DEPT. Louis Gray Mgr. PRICES GOOD FRI. SAT. & MON. FRYERS Lb. ROAST Veal Bonetas Lb. BACON mXI Lb. bacon ^r Lb. FRANKS A**..* Lb. CHEESE Wisco.ttn Dairy Lb. ADVERTISEMENT COFFEE roicrn Vj I CATSUP BLACK EYE 53c 53c 49c 37c 45c DOG'CATFOOD APPLE JELLYIU PEAS PEAS 2 Fof 29c TOMATOES tT.3%T^"1 PEACHES SS&Xvf-* 33c PICKLES HSIIC 5oilr JL MILK Dari Craft CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP Campbell's CONSOMME 49c SOUP Campbell's fi&ufcai Ouarts Quarts 2 CLEO BAY Co-owner CURTIS BAY. Co-owner FREE ROCKET SHIP RIDES FOR THE KIDS on Sunday ... We will be open from 2 to 6 April 12th. Nothing For Sale CHECKERS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: MRS. ZANE HILLIARDS—MRS. DORIS E...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 April 1953

KILLEEN OPEN HOUSE 8. Six months free rent in a 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED APT. FOOD FOR THE FAMILY for Six Months ADVERTISEMENT DURING KILLEEN'S OPEN HOUSE this is what you May Win! for Six Families Over $1000 Automotive Service ForThe Car For Six Months. Plus hundreds of dollars worth of other valuable gifts. HERE IS THE WAY YOU MAY WIN! 1. All out-of-town visitors ore encouraged to stop by the offices of the Killeen Chamber of Commerce at 516 North Gray Street between the hours of 2 and 6 p. m. on Sunday April 121953. All you need to do is lea ve your name address and telephone number on a registration blank. Ail adults are eligible to register. There are no strings attached to the free living except that 2. The winner must agree to accept the home and other prizes within 48 hours after notification by the Killeen Chamber of Commerce by registered mail. 3. The winner must move into the rental unit he has drawn in Killeen to be eligible for the merchandise prizes that go with that home. ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 April 1953

PAGE 12 Kllleen Ktlleen. CASTLE HEIGHTS APARTMENTS ONE FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR SIX MONTHS MODERN FOODS—$91.00 worth of Groceries—3.50 per week. MINIMAX FOOD PALACE—$9J.00 worth of Groceries—$3.54 per week. riGGLY HIGHLY—$91.00 worth of Groceries—$3.50 per week. LAWRENCE'S SUPER MARKET—$32.50 worth of Groceries—$1.25 per week. NEALEVS GRO. A MARKET—A total of $10.00 worth of groceries. HEGINBOTHAM GROCERY—A total of $5.00 worth of groceries. QUICKWAY GROCER)—A total of $5.00 worth of groceries. HYWAY GROCERY—A total of $5.00 worth of groceries. ONE STOP FOODS—A total of $5.00 worth of groceries. & W RAINBO\\ POT O' GOLD STAMPS—1 book ($120.00 worth) Rainbow stamps at redemption center next to Minlmax Food Palace. JACK'S SERVICE STATION—Five gallons gasoline each month. SHINE BROS. TEXAS STATIONS—Ten gallons gasoline each month. GULF OIL CORPORATION—Ten gallons gasoline each month. THE TEXAS COMPANY—Ten gallons gasoline each month. HUGHS SERVICE STATION—One slmonlz and five wash A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 April 1953

(PIO)—Brig. Gen. L. L. Doan acting commanding general of Fort Hood and the 1st Armored Div. and Col. Edward G. Farrand as­ sistant division commander have been nominated by President Eisen­ hower for promotion to temporary major general and brigadier gen­ eral respectively. Action by the Senate on the nomination is expected in the near future. Vol. 1 No. 15 In a message Tuesday to General Doan Maj. Gen. William E. Ber- BRIG. GEN. L. L. DOAN Brig. Gen. Kastner Transfers To Tokyo Will Depart May 4 (PIO)—Brigadier General Alfred E. Kastner special assistant to the commanding general of Fort Hood and the 1st Armored Div. has been ordered to United States Army Forces Far East (USAFFE) Tokyo Japan. Presently on leave General Kastner will depart from Fort Hood about May 4. A farewell party will be held for him on Maj 2. General Kastner may be best may remembered as the commanding general of Division Artillery of the 1st Armored. He assumed com­ mand of Divarty on August 15 1951 a few month...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 April 1953

Pace Two Summer Activities Three Camps Open To Fort Hood Scouts COL. R. W. COLE took over the chairmanship of the committee for Boy Scout Troop 111 last week succeeding Brig. Gen. L. L. Doan. He is shown above presiding over his first meeting as chairman. Scouts of Troop 111 of Fort Hood will have the opportunity of par­ ticipating in at least three encamp­ ments this summer Col. R. W. .Cole chairman of the Scout Com­ mittee stated recently. At least ten boys and possibly more if funds permit will attend the 1953 National Jamboree to be held on the Irvine Ranch located in Orange County Calif. on the shores of the Pacific. At present 10 civic organizations on the Post and in Killeen have pledged $225 each to send the Scouts to the Boy Scouts Third An­ nual Jamboree. Besides the National affair Hood Scouts will journey to Camp Ta- hauya near Saladas Texas for a one-week outing on June 21. Operated by the Heart O* Texas Council Camp Tahauya situated on the Lampasas River gives the boys...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 April 1953

.Thursday April 161953 Officers' Wives Club The Officer's Mess was decorat­ ed with native spring flowers for the regular monthly luncheon of the Officer's Wives Club. Nosegays artistically designed from Blue Bonnets and Indian paint brushes were presented to the members and their guest. Hostesses for the luncheon were dental officers wives Mrs. Joseph Ubl Mrs. W. Metcalfe Mrs. Roy Daniel Mrs. Fred Hedges Mrs. Temple vso 117 S. 5th St. Thursday April 16 6:30 p.m.— GSO Meeting. 7:30 p. m.—Ar­ range Records for Dance. Friday April 17 8 p.m.—Square Dance with The A. D. Casey's in charge. Refreshments. Saturday April 18 9:30 a.m.— Records for Listening. 1:30 p. m. —Leather Craft—Tom Haley Marion Smith and Mrs. Eden. 8:30 p. m.—"Happy Birthday" Party. 10:30 p. m.—Refreshments by "Housekeepers Club." Presi- den Mrs. Price Chambless. 11:30 p. m.—"Goodnight Sweetheart." Sunday April 19 8:30 a. m. Java Hour—Young Adult Depart- 'ment of First Methodist Church. Chm. Jim Stokes. 9:30 a. m.—At­ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 April 1953

Page Four 122 East 42nd Street (By Armed Forces Press Service) Published In the interest of tbe military and civilian personnel of Fort Hood. Tcxas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company Temple. Texas in conformity with SR 355-20-1 1951. 1'olicies and statements reflected In the news and editorial columns represent views of the individual writers and under no eir- eumstances 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 Forces Press Service material and civilian papers •re not authorized to reprint AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Staff supervision under authority SR 355-20-1. 1951 as exercised by Troop Information and Education Office Fort .Hood Te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 April 1953

Thursday April 161953 •23rd AOMB HDQS. CO. Some of the men in the com­ pany are forming a softball team. Our bowling team now in second place has a good chance for first. Sgt. Francis who joined the com­ pany after serving a tour in Ko­ rea is on his way to the 4005th Sep. Point. PFC Flint PFC Robertson and PFC Wickesberg have returned from the NCO Academy. Cpl. Minister of the personnel section is on leave at his home in Belton. PFC Henry PFC Peduzzi and Sergeant Francis recently attended a bull fight in Mexico. CO. The battalion baseball team of which Captain Tyner is in charge. 9® had a pre-season practice game with the 27th AFA recently. The 27th won 5-3. CO. The unit gained PFCs B. R. Johnson P. Santoro T. J. Smith and C. E. Van Horn during the past week. PFCs R. L. Jackson and B. D. Rowley reported to the NCO Academy for four weeks of train­ ing. The men that returned were Cpl. M. os a PFCs R. A Graeser J. A. Miller J. T. Mor­ gan and A. A. Totzke. Cpl. L. G. Poulin reported t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 April 1953

m^=r—T7T Page Six On April 25 I leave for a change of assignment therefore this will be the last I will write for the ARMOR­ ED SENTINEL. Taking over as sports editor is a fellow who I am sure will provide you fans with a wealth of sports news—about both Fort Hood and the National scene. His name is Don Van Ingen. Ladies Golf Beginning April 16 tee off time for the ladies of the Fort Hood Golf Association will be held at 8:30 a. m. instead of the usual 1 p. m. schedule. Also beginning in May the regular monthly business meeting has been changed from the first Thursday of each month to the third Thursday. Hostesses for the May meeting on May 21 will be Mrs. Sue Chaudoin and Mrs. Bannie McHenry. On April 21 the ladies of Fort Hood will participate in a 9 hole metal play tournament in Temple. Ladies who are interested in parti­ cipating may make arrangements by calling Mrs. A. A. Grebe Kil- leen 2947. On May 14 ladies from Austin Luling Temple Brownwood Lam­ pasas and Fort Hood will ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 April 1953

Thursday April 161953 Legal Directory A-1 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bids. Kilieen Ph. 186 J. W. THOMAS Attorney Belton. Texaa Phone 533 TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratliff Bids. 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. RENTALS 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 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 Additional charge. RENTAL OFFICE Corner of Stewart & Duncan Call Kilieen 7041 WILLIAMS AND DUNLA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 April 1953

Page Eight 2ND AAA AW BN HQ BTRY Cpls. Fulkerson and Lownsberry left for the Separation Center. M-Sgt. Reavis our S-2 sergeant has also left for the Separation Center. We welcome PFCs Moul and Woodland. BTRY Lost through discharges were corporals Dunnam Butler and Thomas. PFC Shubiak entered the hos­ pital last week. One gain in the battery last week was PFC Johnnie Gulley re­ turned from FECOM in February from Atlanta Tex. BTRY PFC Jerome R. Uitenbroek fin­ ished first in the NCO course of 63 men at the NCO Academy re­ cently. Returning with him from school were PFCs Bowers and Phelps. The battery artist PFC Jose S. Perez was separated recently. "Bebe" as he was known will visit friends and relatives in Mexico and then will go to Chicago where he plans to continue his studies in art. Our mess steward SFC James W. Morris went on leave last week prior to reporting to Camp Stoneman Calif. in May. BTRY Barney Yarbrough has been pro­ moted to SFC. Another promotion was Gene E. Hudnall t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 April 1953

Vol. 1 No. 16 6Playthings' —iNvo men from the Fort Hood 551st Control Detachment Explo­ sive1.Ordnance Disposal picked up enough un exploded ammunition this week in Brownwood homes and garages to destroy several of the city's largest buildings. Lt. 'Philip Kelley and M-Sgt. Mel- vin l!fee are collecting the deadly duds from houses and garages where they were taken in most case^ by children. Chief of Police Jack Pike had a long list of places where unex- ploded ammunition is located. The locations were telephoned in or |brought to the police station after the accidental explosion of a dud bazooka shell last Sunday seriously injured the Brownwood youths. From their hospital beds at Browftwood Memorial Hospital S a up an a Thomas injured last Sunday had only one bit of advice to offer con­ cerning duds. "Stay away from them" the 14- year-old cousins said. Both boys are said to be improving satisfac­ torily. The Fort Hood team picked up forty to fifty pieces of ammuni­ tion in about fou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 April 1953

Page Two Spirit Of '29 SILVER EAGLES denoting the rank of full colonel were presented to Lt. Col. Joseph F. Conroy by Brig. Gen. L. L. Doan 1st AD and Fort Hood Commander in a brief ceremony at Division Headquarters Monday morning. Colonel Conroy has been G-l of the 1st Armored Di­ vision since November 1951 and the executive officer of the CC "B" the preceding months. (Photo by Ryan). Separatees Take Long Way Home Three separated soldiers of the modern mechanized 1st Armored division will leave Fort Hood Saturday in a vehicle straight out of the days of probition bathtub gin and "Twenty-three skiddo!" Now at the 4005th Separation Center PFC Peter Alexakos Sgt. Gene Weinstein and Cpl. Arnie Daniels will chug out of Hood on Saturday in a 1929 Ford with hopes of reaching Chapel Hill N. £. Boasting a top speed of 40 miles- per-hour the blue Ford with red jvheels is eccentric befitting its age. But the adventuresome trio Is advertising the car's oddities. CC'B' Company Sets New Mark In ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 April 1953

Thursday April 23 1953 Ping Pong. speare. THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday9 April 23 No. 1—"The Dessert Rats/' James Mason. No. 3—"Son of Belle Starr" Keith Larsen. No. 5—"The African Queen" Humphrey Bogart. 162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Variety Show. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Dancing Class Shuffle NORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Hobby Nite Scenes from Shake- Friday April 24 No. 1—"The Desert Rats" James Mason. No. 3—"Law and Order" Donald Reagan. No. 5—"Split Second" Stephen McNally. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—"April Showers" Dance. NORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Card Instructions. K. B. OFFICERS MESS—8 p. m. Cash Prize Games. Saturday April 25 No. 1—"Son of Belle Starr" Keith Larsen. No. 3—"The Racket" Robert Mitchum. No. 5—"Serpent of the Nile" Rhonda Fleming. 162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Camera Fan Exhibit Disc Jockey Hour Prize Games. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—1 p. m. Horseshoe Pitching 8 p. m. Prize Games. NORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Pinochle Party Prize Games. K. B. OFFICERS MESS—Juke Box Dance Special...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 April 1953

Page Four 122 East 42nd Street Published in tbe interest of the military and civilian personnel of Fort Hood. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company Temple. Texas in conformity with SR 355-20-1 1951. Tolicies and statements reflected In the news Kid 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 Fort Hood Texas telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and civilian papers »re not authorized to reprint AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Staff supervision under authority SR 355-20-1 1951 as exercised by Troop Information •nd Education Officc Fort Hood Texas. Advertising copy should be sent ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 April 1953

Thursday April 23 1953 The 35th detonation of an A-bomb leaves no doubt as to its destruc­ tive effects on humans and mate­ rials. The .explosion equal to 15- 000 tons .of TNT took place at Yucca Flats Nev. Fifteen hundred Servicemen from generals to privates were dug in for protection against the ef­ fects of the bomb—about two miles from the explosion center—closer to an A-detonation than any living Americans have ever been. Two battalion combat teams totaling about 850 personnel from the Sixth Army and 600 observers representing the Army Navy Air Force and Marine Corps took part under the command of Gen. John R. Hodge Chief of the Army Field Forces. The detonation occurred at the top of a 300-foot steel tower. In a matter of seconds it was vapor­ ized. Fifteen minutes after the blast je two combat teams moved for­ ward with Geiger Counters well in "the van. The counters sounded their warnings as the troops moved up past weapons vehicles and forti­ fications laid out in combat pos...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 April 1953

Page Six Thursday April 23 1953 AN'S IEWPOINTS By Don Van With the oncoming Rocky Marciano-Joe Walcott heavyweight title fight drawing close it seems as if many experts are still a little cau tious in predicting the outcome of the fight. Former heavyweight boxing champion James J. Braddock won't predict the outcome of the clash in Chicago Stadium May 15 but expects it won't go more than ten rounds. Braddock does believe Marciano is "the hardest" puncher in the game today and compares his wallop with that of Max Baer. He also states that he leaned to Walcott after watching him work out at his training site at Pleasantville N. J. "Rocky has the edge in age but don't count Walcott short." Joe Louis one of the great heavyweight champions thinks Marciano will knock out Jersey Joe within ten rounds. Louis in a conversation with Thruman Givson of the International Boxing Club at Chicago said the fight might even end "within six rounds." Marciano has his training site set up at Holland Mich...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 April 1953

Thursday April 23 1953 FOR RENT to Colored Only... 2 and 3 BEDROOM APARTMENTS Furnished Unfurnished Check These Features Attic Fans New Furniture Shower Tub Paved Streets Landscaped All City Conveniences Exclusive Colored Development NOTHING LIKE #IT IN THE SOUTH ... DON'T DRIVE MILES... Live In Style MARLBORO HEIGHTS RENTAL OFFICE Hiway 190 KILLEEN Phone 472-F-4 Legal Directory A-1 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bids. Killeen Ph. 186 J. W. THOMAS Attorney Belton. Texaa Phone S33 TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratllff Bldg. Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Killeen ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONALS B-9 HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK- ing problems? For help write Alcoholic Anonymous Killeen P.O. Box 607 or call 7225. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-1 160 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 Rent.... FAIRWAY PARK DEVELOPER...

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