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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 April 1953

Page Eight 123rd AOMB We are losing two men to the ranks of civilians Cpl. Minster and PFC Mooney. Records in this organization reveal that we have had no AWOL VD or DR for the month of March. Welcome back to PFC Russell who has just completed the 4th Army Cook's Course here. "B" CO. This company has had two new men assigned this week SFC Clausen and Sgt. Hogan. The battalion baseball team will have another practice game April 28 at Red Lindsay Field with the 73rd AFA. The men participating on the team are Cpl. Smith Lt. Bartz PFC Quinn PFC Bell Pvt. Es- calera Sgt. Duff PFC Loftis PFC Bellville Lt. Sandomierski PFC Tomlinson PFC Snedden PFC Grabowski Lt. Moe PFC Hassel- bring Lt. Swenning PFC Senich Pvt. McGuire and Cpl. Higby. "C" CO. Sgt. R. D. Mote Cpl. L. P. Larsen and PFC G. W. Buckner returned this week from the NCO Class at the NCO Academy. Academy. PFC W. H. Rear returned from the Food Service School this week. SFC A. A. Clausen has returned from a ten day leave which he sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 April 1953

Vol. 1 No. 17 Camp Chief Appointed Moonraker Plans Reach Final Stage With the appointment of Capt. Raymond W. Brown command­ ing officer of the 1st Training Bn. at North Fort as head of the coming Camp Moonraker final plans for the youth camp neared completion. The camp sponsored by the Fort Hood Dad's Club will open its third season on May 31 when the boys from Hood go out for a two-week encampment. The first girls' camp for those from eight years of age to the fourth graders will be held from |une 17 through 20 and the camp br the girls that are fifth graders or older will be held from June 17 to 24. Captain Brown has had wide experience in youth work and has been in charge of two youth camps in past years. In 1950 he headed the first Camp Moon­ raker established by Maj. Gen. Bruce C. Clarke in Chiemsee CAPT BROWN Germany and in 1951 Captain Brown was in charge of the youth camp at Munich. "We plan to give a full pro- am of outdoor life to. the camp- at this year's Camp Moon­ rake...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 April 1953

Page Two Fourteen Pass Water Safety Course Here (PIO)—Fourteen soldiers of the 1st AD completed the water safe­ ty course held for prospective life guards here last week under the direction of Robert H. Lucey of Houston American Red Cross field representative. The 35-hour course was devoted to the proper application of life saving techniques and upon com­ pletion the students are qualified as swimming instructors and pool guards. Those who completed the course were presented life saving certificates and will be assigned as guards at the six post swim­ ming pools scheduled to open May 2. Life-saving certificates were presented to: PFCs Walter Shpak and Victor Quattrin and Pvt. Eu­ gene Garret all of Co. D 16th AEB Sgt. Ralph Dudek PFC Richard Kelsey and Cpl. Ray Smith all of 141st Sig. Co. Pvt. Paul Suntag Fid. Sv. Co. 1st QM Bn. PFC Osario Racoma Btry. C 2nd AAA Bn. Cpl. Irwin Alex­ ander Co. A 1st MTB PFC Rob­ ert Baumann Hq. Co. 1st QM Bn. Pvt. Harry Shilling Co. B 4th MTB PFC Dan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 April 1953

Thursday April 30 1953 Gatesville Col. King Describes Training In Address To USO Directors (NFH-PIO) Addressing USO directors at their regular monthly meeting at the Gatesville center last Monday Col. T. T. King com­ manding officer at Reserve Com­ mand explained the program un­ dertaken by troops training at North Fort Hood. "Many of the boys feel that they put in many long hours and a lot of hard work" Col. King said "However" he explained "the boys go through such vigorous training because in combat their lives and possibly the lives of many others will depend on the training they receive." He also told the directors that Reserve Command would phase out by the first of June at which time North Fort Hood would be occupied by various National Guard units. Names of these units and their times of arrival are as follows: First and 2nd weeks of June— 112 Calvary 3rd and 4th weeks— 90th Infantry division 1st and 2nd weeks of July—36th Infantry divi sion 3rd and 4th weeks—Non Di- asional...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 April 1953

Pace Four KIDDLE—Born March 3-"i. 19o3 to M-Se.t and Mrs. Eddie Cecil Riddle Co. A 1st jVLTB. Ft. Hood a son Toby Wade. BUENNAGEL—Born March 16. 19-i-i to PFC and Mrs. Donald Raymond Bucn- nagel 141st Armd. Sig. Co.. Ft. Hood a daughter .leannette Lynn. EROCKMEYER—Born March lb 19.13 to PFC and Mis. Wesley Raymond Broek- meyer 501si. MP Co. Ft. Hood a daugh­ ter Debra Lee. WAYMENT—Born March 16 39o3 to Lt. and Mrs. Harold Slater Wayment Hq. 16th AEB Ft. Kood a son Alan ElKOCH—Born and Mrs. Kenneth E. Koch 23d Tng. Co. 4th Tng. Bn. Ft. Hood a daughter Jac­ queline Louise. ADAMS—Born Mar :h 16. 19J3 to Lt. and Mrs. Donald I.ee Adams Hq. 1st Armd. Div. Ft. Hood a son Donald Lee Jr. SANGER—Born March 17 19o3 to Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Eugene Sanger Hs. and Hq. Co. Res. Command it. Hood a daughter Janet Lynn- BROWN—Born March 19 1953 to Sgt. and Mrs. Henry J. Brown APO No. 812 New York a son James Ronald. GRIEGO—Born March 19 1953 to PFC and Mrs. Nazario Griego. H%S Co. 16th AEB Ft. Hood a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 April 1953

Thursday April 30 1953 Fort Hood Schools FOURTH GRADE PRESENTS OPERETTA The two fourth grade sections of Miss Mary Kirkpatrick and Miss Mary Sue Mize presented a one- act musical play entitled "Who Stole The Tarts?" for the April 21 meeting of the Fort Hood PTA. Miss Ernestine Biddie public school music teacher directed the music in the play. Characters in the operetta were introduced by the master of cere­ monies Jack Be Nimble played by Billy Melver. The nursery rhyme characters were Mary with her wooly lamb played by Maro- nica Baughman Little Bo-Peep played by Mary Francis Joyce and her shepard maids Old Mother Hubbard Little Boy Blue Humpty Dumpty Polly Kettle Tom the Piper's Son Miss Muf- fet Tommy Tucker and Mother Goose. The King and Queen of Hearts were played by Dennis Deakins and Mary Linda Murphy the Jack O'Hearts by Craig Wal­ ler and King Cole by Gregg Myers. All of the charactei's were dressed in costumes which por­ trayed the color and splendor of the court. The oper...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 April 1953

PRIVATE STUFF 702 AIB Faces 501 MP Champs Saturday marks the opening of the baseball season at Ft. Hood with a game at 7:30 between the 702nd AIB and the 501st MP's highlighting the evening's action at Red Lindsay field. There has been a lot of interest shown in baseball this year as eleven teams have entered into competition with hopes of coming out on top at the close of the season. A round robin tournament has been set up and will continue until July 29 at which time the team with the best won and lost record be an in From August 1-9 a double elimina­ tion tournament between all the teams will be held to determine the Post champs. FINALS AT FORT SAM Upon completition of this tour­ nament a series of three games will be played between the pen­ nant winners and Post champs to decide who will represent Ft Hood Sgt. Hutchins Cops Prizes & Bowling Crown When Sgt. Dena M. Hutchins of the 4005th WAC Detachment takes leave she will have the equipment to enjoy it thanks to her outstan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 April 1953

Thursday April 50 1953 (NFH-PTO) Reserve Com­ mand Special Services staged the largest boxing program ever held at North Fort Hood last Friday night when a howling band of spectators witnessed 12 thrill-pack­ ed bouts. The event was held in an out­ door arena set up behind the field- house. The 23rd 22nd 18th and 13th Training companies furnish­ ed the ringmen. FIERCE PUNCHING The matches were highlighted by fierce punching with two knock­ outs and five TKO's. Although finesse and ring savy were lack­ ing in many cases the overall showing was generally considered good especially since many fight­ ers had not seen action in several months. More over the vigor and spirit the boys showed in "mixing it up" provided plenty of thrills for the spectators. The 13th and 22nd companies ktied for team honors each winning tour bouts. The 23rd took three 'victories while the 18th salvaged one. COL. KING GIVES PRIZES Col. T. T. King presented troph­ ies to Pvts. Ellis Crotes 13th com­ pany and Gl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 April 1953

Page Eight A Special Invitation from The Merchants of COPPERAS COVE SHOP DEALERS IN DEALERS IN LUMBER-SASH LUMBER-SASH DOORS-SHINGLES DOORS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES BY HOT POINT—GENERAL ELECTRIC ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES BY HOT POINT—GENERAL ELECTRIC "Everything to Build Anything" "Everything to Build Anything" W. F. & J. F. BARNES W. F. & J. F. BARNES LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER COMPANY EKENSTEN'S 50 TO $1.00 EKENSTEN'S 50 TO $1.00 "WHERE YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE" "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. 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 Ekensten's 5c-$1.00 Store PHONE 45 "SCHNEIDERS" "SCHNEIDERS" "SCHNEIDERS" "SCHNEIDERS" "COPPERAS COVE ONE STOP SHOPPIN...

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

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 April 1953

Page Ten TEA 7) MODERN FOODS 501 8th St. KILLEEN FREE candy and favors for the Kiddies! ic FREE kitchen gadgets for housewives! FREE GROCERIES! Lots of groceries! ic FREE hot Baker's Cocoa! ir FREE COCA-COLA served Saturday! $ Upton's i-Lb. ttUNT DOLLAR STRETCHER Green and White Cut Tip I ASPARAGUS & Kiwi'a Tlodtwwd JomaJh TOMATO CATSUP SPECIAL "CP SALE $ 14-oz. Bottle HUNT'S Tomato CATSUP 6 FOR I HUNT DOLLAR STRETCHER^^ 46-oz. Tomato JUICE 4 1 Vn° tt? *•.-•-• (p $&>*» 7) 1) 2Vi MAY EVENT FREE gifts for every member of the family! TISSUE 3 Big Days Thursday Friday and Saturday Charmin 4 Rolls 1) $ HUNT DOLLAR STRETCHER. 'L Tender Green Cut *m 3 I BEANS No. 2 5 "/j fiunf DOLLAR STRETCHER Whole Kernel 300 Size CORN 6*| 1) $ HUNT DOLLAR Fancy Tender Garden sf I PEAS hty HUNT DOLLAR STRETCHER Fancy 300 Size SPINACH HUNT DOLLAR STRETCHER Halves or Sliced PEACHES 4*13 MUNT COLLAR STRETCHER 2/ 2 V2 Country Style PICKLES 3*|J HXW&iSAfl THE ARMORED SENTINEL $ 3X^21$) STRETCHED...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 April 1953

Thursday April 30 1953 M'SAVC Chuck ROAST Swift's Oriole BACON FRIDAY and SATURDAY GROUND Grocery Cart Sweepstakes Swift's %t. QhokfL (Bsuifc PICNICS FRANKS O Lb. I Short EACH CART NUMBERED FREE GROCERIES AS PRIZES 12 Baskets of Groceries Given Away Saturday To Sweepstake Winners! RIBS Salt 55' 9WITT 5 vnoie mm OB «*mii JOWLS SWISS STEAK SAUSAGE83*49 CHEESE Lunch MEAT FRI. & SAT. POP CORN FREE Sweetened With All Sweet Oleo Swift's Premium POUND... Lb. Lb. Round Bone Shoulder lb. Wisconsin Old Fashion Hoop THE ARMORED SENTINEL TALL CANS SMALL CANS FRESH LB. Swift's Premium Ready-To-Eat POUND Swift ALLSWEET MARGARINE Swift-s Pard DOG FOOD 16-0z. Can 2 For CASE LOTS Choice Assorted POUND. Free Coca-Cola Sat. Cheese Food DON'T GO AWAY! LV 12 BASKETS OF GROCERIES VI Yft These Groceries Will Be Given Away £l Immediately After Automobile Drawing! Carton Coca-Cola DEPOSIT Drink Coca-Cola Free While Shopping VELVEETA Lb SWIFT'S PEANUT BUTTER Chock-full of energy. More bounce per ounce^ S...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 April 1953

Page Twelve 122 East 42nd Street 415 Central Published fn the Interest of the military and civilian personnel of Fort Hood. Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company Templc» Texas in conformity with SR 355-20-1. 1951. Tolicies 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 1'ubiic Information Office. Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood. Texas telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and civilian papers arc r.ot 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 Texas. Advertisin...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 April 1953

Thursday April 30 1953 Yuka LAS VEGAS Nev. (AFPS)—The Atomic blast set off at approxi­ mately 5000 feet above Yucca Flat (Nev.) proving grounds April 6 has been called the highest alti­ tude nuclear explosion ever set off on this continent. An extremely loud blast and brilliant glare led observers to be­ lieve it was the most powerful of 24 exploded in Nevada tests. The 1 Wmid TV STARLET Rosemary Colli- gan takes time out from rehear­ sal to soak up a little sun out­ side the NBC studio in Holly­ wood. Lucky break for us work­ ing clothes and all. Flats Blast Hits Highest Altitude For Atomic Bomb flash recorded at 7:31 a.m. (MST) was seen through early morning dawn as far away as Mexico 200 miles farther than any atomic burst has been seen south of Yucca Flat. It shook automobiles 35 miles away for four and one-half min­ utes and broke windows 75 miles away in Yas Vegas for the first time in two years. The fire­ ball following the flash lasted for 10 seconds. An Atomic Energy Commis...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 April 1953

Page Fourteen & S CO. We welcome the new men from the line companies who are taking up on the job training. Corporal Norman has his order to go to EUCOM. A CO. The Supply Section lost one of their clerks when PFC John Logic was transferred to the School Del. Returned recently from the Armored School at Fort Knox were: Lt. Philip Pape SFC. Rob­ ert Adams and PFCs Huey Turner and Johnnie Williams. CO. M-Sgt. Jeffie L. Benton took over as first sergeant and M-Sgt. Keith W. Dodson took a new assignment down at 509th Tank. PFC. Wayne M. Yates Sergeant Durham and Corporal Arrieta have enlisted for six more years. CO. Privates Richmond and Manuel THREE ROOM APARTMENTS $ZX00 00 MONTH FURNISHED ALL BILLS PAID Recently Remodeled FOR INFORMATION CALL 2261 MORRIS INSURANCE AGENCY Hwy. 190 Killeen r: ON THE KILLEEN'S 7-8-9 THURS. FRI. SAT Action Galore SPILLS THRILLS ADMISSION PRICES Adults Inc. Tax 1.50 Children Inc. Tax .75 Reserved Seats $2-50 Sponsored by ROPING CLUB have gone to the NCO...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 April 1953

Thursday April 30 1953 legal Directory A-t NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldfc. Killeen Ph. 186 J. W. THOMAS Attorney Belton. Texa* Phone 533 TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratllff Bids. Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Killeen NOTICES TO PUBLIC A-3 NOW—A REPRESENTATIVE FOR AMER- ican Automobile Association In Killeen end Fort Hood. For information ser­ vice call L. C. Shine Hiway Service Station phone 261 Killeen. NOTICES TO PUBLIC A-3 HAVE YOU CHECKED THE ADVAN­ TAGE OF MEMBERSHIP in the Amer­ ican Automobile Association. Call L. C. Shine at Hiway Service Station phone 261 for appointment Killeen. ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONALS B-9 HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK- ing problems? For help write Alcoholic Anonymous Killeen P.O. Box 607 or call 3383. RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED C-1 FOR RENT—NEW APARTMENT BED- room with kitchenette S59.00. Bills paid. See at & Army store Killeen. 160 UNITS Furnished Unfurnished Apartments Includes Range-Refrigerator-Attic Fan If You Are Looking For...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 April 1953

Page Sixteen 2nd AAA Bn. HQ BTRY. We welcome Corporal Caparida who joins us from Camp Stoneman Calif. Our contribution to civilian life this week is Cpl. Scheck who has just been discharged. Corporal Kirk one of our cooks has transferred to the 81st Recon Bn which incidentally is just across the street from us. Returning to duty from the NCO Academy are PFCs Arcencaux and Osborne. Our congratulations to Osborne for his excellent show­ ing while at the school. PFC Nederhoff has joined us from Btry B. BTRY A We lost four men the first of the week. PFC Austin and Cor­ porals Minero and Fahndrich have reported to the 4005th for separa­ tion. Fahndrich was one of the original membei's of the battery when it was organized at Fort Bliss. PFC Billy Seldon one of our cooks was transferred to 81st Recon Bn. We welcome back Corporals Mc- Rae and Lavvson who have just re­ turned from leave. McRae spent his leave in Houston and Lawson HOT AIR CORNER TABLE top 32 inches square. $20 ONE DRAWER CHE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 May 1953

Vol. 1 No. 18 THE STAR OF BRIGADIER GENERAL was pinned on the col­ lar of Gen. Edward G. Farrand assistant commander of the 1st Armored Division when he was elevated from the rank of colonel on May 1. Pinning a star on each collar are Maj. Gen. L. L. Doan commander of Fort Hood and the 1st Armored Division and Gen­ eral Farrand's wife Mrs. Elizabeth Farrand. Starts Army Career 6000th Trainee Arrives At Hood (PIO)—When Pvt John R. Small stepped from the bus in the 501st Replacement Co. area last week he became the 6000th trainee to a iv a a in Army career with CC "B". Following the men before him the unsuspecting Small emerged from the bus an .was immediately greeted by ..col Roy W. Cole Jr. Com- .manding Officer of CC "B" .and other staff officers. Amid ..the greet!jigs and the popping ..of flash bulb cameras Private ..Small gasped: "I never expected anything like this when I was drafted." Following the brief welcoming ceremonies Pvt Small was escor­ ted to the 501st Replacement Com...

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

Page Two Melody And Laughter A colorful carnival of co-eds glittered among the olive drab canvas of North Fort Hood last Friday when a talented troop of entertainers from the University of Texas sponsored by USO pre sented an All Star Musical Review on the stage of the North Fort Theater. The cast of 20 singers dancers comedians and instrumentalists which had also played to a packed house at South Fort Hood several weeks ago was greeted by an en­ thusiastic audience composed prin­ cipally of men in training at North Fort Hood. Looking Department 7fut tf-FIND IT L:ISTlD IN THh O E E O N E I E O 7he AMBASSADOR -CO 1. Plane Landing Strip 2. Commercial Development 3. Boat Landing Colorful Cen-Texans Stage Variety Show A North Fort The 15 acts offered a two-hour variety of melody and laughter and proved to be one of the high lights of Special Service's diverse recreational program at North Fort. THIS IS THE ARMY The curtain was raised in the best musical review style by a chorus of cure-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 May 1953

Thursday May 7 1953 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday May 7 No. 1—"Scared Stiff" Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. No. 2—"Fast Company/' Howard Keel. No. 5—"Treasure of the Golden Condor" Cornel Wilde. 162ND ST SERVICE CLUB—Talent Nite Jam Session BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Dance Instructions. Friday May 8 No. 1—"Scared Stiff" Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. No. 2—"The Desert Song" Gordon MacRae. No. 5—"Remains to Be Seen" June Allyson. 162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Maypole Dance. Saturday May 9 No. 1—"Fast Company." Howard Keel. No. 2—"The Girl Next Door" June Haver Dan Dailey. No. 5—"Fair Wind to Java" Fred MacMurray. 162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Organ Recital. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Cash Prize Games. NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Cash Prize Games. Sunday May 10 No. 1—"The Desert Song" Gordon MacRae. No. 2—"Take Me to Town" Ann Sheridan. No. 5—"Scared Stiff" Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. 162ND ST. SERVICE CLUB—Hillbilly Round-Up Variety Show. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Amateur Hour. NORTH FORT HOOD SER...

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