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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 June 1953

In the first round he tried to separate the fighters and as lie stepped between them James Wil­ liams of service Battery 73rd AFA stepped back. Alfred David of Hq. Co. CC B Thru Buses! No Change Between Contact Killeen Agent for full details! Store No. 1 Victor Decided In Nine Hole Play-Off After Tie *4liar Two former teammates at North Texas State Teachers' College hooked up in a nine-hole playoff for the post golf championship with Pvt. Buster Reed of the 73rd AFA firing a three under par 32 to top Pvt. Billy Maxwell of Headquarters. CC "B" by five strokes. GOLFERS TEES OFF Referee Takes Full Count At Fights Maxwell gained national prominence in 1951 when he won the National Amateur Champion held at Bethlehem Pa. PXO There were plenty of I threw a hard punch that caught knockdowns at the Fort Hood box­ ing matches Sunday night but the only man that took the full count was the referee. M-Sgt Maurice P. Picard 1st AD recruiting sergeant was refereeing the night's program and had his...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 June 1953

Thursday June 25 1953 Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bid*. Kilieen Ph. 186 J. W. THOMAS Attorney Phone 533 Belton. Texan TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at t^w Ratl'.ff Bldg. Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Kilieen NOTICES TO PUBLIC NOW—A REPRESENTATIVE FOR AMER- ican Automobile Association in Kilieen and Fort Hood. For information ser­ vice call L. C. Shine Hivvay Service Station phone 261 Kilieen. NOTICES TO PUBLIC A-3 HAVE YOU CHECKED THE ADVAN­ TAGE OF MEMBERSHIP in the Amer- i?an Automobile Association. Call L. C. Shine at Hiway Service Station phone 261 for appointment Kilieen. PERSONALS B-9 HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK- ing problems? For help write Alcoholic Anonymous Kilieen P.O. Box 607 or call 3383. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-l 160 Rental Units ^2 Bedroom FAIRWAY PARK DEVELOPERS INC. 1700 Walker Drive (Between East Gate & Walker Village Gate) Phone 3271 KILLEEN Savings Bonds! Buy United States RENTALS UNF FURN 1 Bedroom 3 Bedroom 65 80 75 95. 85 110...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 June 1953

Page Eight 81st Recon. Bn. WOJG Clarence Lockard join­ ed the company. WOJG Lockard formerly of Hq Hq & Svc Company 509th Tank will serve as the bat­ talion assistant motor officer. Also joining the unit for duty with the motor pool staff was Sgt. James Haggard formerly of the 867th FA Bn. Fort Sill and PFCs Frederick E. Ebenau and Floyd E. Taggart both formerly of the school detach­ ment 1st AD. SFC Fitzjeral Hendricks battal­ ion S-4 sergeant who leaves for permanent duty as a civilian on completion of processing at the 4005th ASU. SGT Lavern Blumhagen who left on a thirty day reenlistment leave having reeniisted for six years. Sergeant Blumhagen will spend his month hunting and fishjng in those North Dakota hills. CO A Upon completing a course at the Armd Sch in Ft Knox Ky Cpl Ror- rer was granted a seven day leave in Stuart Va. during which ne plans to be married. Cpl Kenna is now back after com­ pleting a course at the NCOA. CO Pvt Rad R. Cagle was presented a trophy for "O...

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

VOL. 1 No. 26 AD"will pass temporarily to Brig. Gen. Edward G. Fax'rard present assistant Division commander un­ til the arrival of a permanent suc­ cessor. No announcement as to the identity of this successor has been made by the Department of the Army. General Doan plans at present to release his command about July Genera] Doan also announced that Col. Theodore T. King com­ manding officer of CC "A" will depart in August for the Far East Command. He has been nominated for the position of chief of staff of the 1st Cav. Div.. which is pre­ sently located in Japan. After a tour of duty as assistant 1st AD commander General Doan assumed command of the Post and Division last April when LI. Gen. Bruce C. Clarke was reassigned as commander of I Corps in Korea. 4th Of July (NFH PIO) With the aid of the North Fort Hood Special Ser­ vices section and the USO centers at Dallas and Gatesville the 36th Festivities will begin Saturday morning with a review featuring some 6500 members of the div...

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

fage Two Heart O' Texas Council CC"B"—PIO—The largest Court of Honor in the history of Fort Hood's Boy Scout Troop III was held Tuesday evening at the Pilot Knob Ranch House. On hand for the impressive cere- minies were visiting scout officiais from throughout the Heart O'Texas Jamboree Following the send off the 17 boys and their Scoutmaster will board buses which will take them to Waco. At Waco the Scouts will join other Jamboree bound Scouts on a special all Scout train. The group is scheduled to leave Waco at noon next Wednesday. Parents of the boys attending the Jamboree will also ride to Waco on the special buses and they will be brought back to Hood after the train leaves for Santa Ana. Fort Hood Scouts scheduled to attend the Jamboree include Gor­ don Clarke Bill Doan Bill Reagan Don Love Robert Love Kenny Peterson Paul Sutton Billy Gayle Wilson Billy Cochran James Jol­ ly Charles Shelbaer Bill Bittaker Robert Reynolds Cannon Owens Roy Cole Mickey Morse and Don Gibbs. Monte ...

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

Thursday July 21953 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday9 July 2 No. 1—"Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" Jane Russell-Marilyn Monroe No. 3—"Phantom From Space" Ted Cooper-Rudolph Anders-Noreen Nash No. 5—"One Minute To Zero" Robert Mitchum-Ann Blyth NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Talent Show BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Dance Class 162nd. St. SERVICE CLUB—Drama Glass Friday July 3 No. 1—"Gentle Prefer Blondes" Jane Russell-Marilyn Monroe No. 3—"Dangerous Crossing" Jeanne Crain-Casey Adams No. 5—*"Lili" Leslie Caron Mel Ferrer NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—USO Show BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Tall Story Club Irritation 162nd St. SERVICE CLUB—Jam Sessio Saturday July 4 No. 1—"Phantom From Space" Ted Cooper-Noreen Nash No. 3—"Vivi Zapata" Marlon Brande-Jean Peaters No. 5—"Shoot First" Joel McCrea-Evelyn Keyes s'ORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Truth and Consequences BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Bingo 162nd St. SERVICE CLUB—Watermelon Party Sunday July 5 No. 1—"Dangerous Crossing" Jeanne Crain-Casey Adams N0. 3—"Affair With A Stranger" Vic...

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

Page Four WILLIAM FKAAK J. 122 East 42nd Street Novena Contact Killeen Agent for full details! if 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 SR 355-20-1 1951. 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 nn endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the I'ublic Information Office. Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood Texas telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and civilian papers are 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 ...

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

Thursday July 2 1953 )Storm Flood Disaster Plan Drawn Up Here A disaster plan to be used in case of storm flood or other types of tragedies has been drawn up bv officials of Fort Hood and the 1st AD. Drawn up to set forth a plan for aiding in rescue work saving lives providing security for pro­ tection of lives and property from looting and assisting in traffic con­ trol. the plan will be put into ef­ fect when ordered by proper auth­ ority. According to this plan the as­ sistant Division commander will have overall control and supervi­ sion of disaster operations and the 16th AEB will be the alert battalion for this type of work in the surrounding communities. The mission of providing radio spotters for the storm and taking care of the internal security for the Post has been given to CC/'A". CC"B" will assist in the disas­ ter areas as directed and provide necessary transportation for the support of its mission in event of a disaster. Divarty will be responsible for Fsupplimenting ...

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

Render and felled him to the canvas for the full count. second Going into the fatal round Ballas seemed only a slight choice over the lighter Render. Ballas representing Sv. Btry. of the 73 AFA warded off oceans of blows by Render during the first while sneaking in several telling pokes. A large part of the crowd surrounded the ring after Ren­ der of the 4005 ASU went down to stay for several minutes while helpers worked to revive him. Render cracked his noggin when he hit the mat—as one spector ob­ served—he was out on the way down. Curfew fell early for several other glovers Sunday night. Four of the eight bouts on the card end­ ed on knockouts or TKO. Three were KO's. James Williams Svc. Btry of 73 AFA bounced Nathaniel Washing­ ton Co. 701 AIB onto the can­ vas in 1.13 of the first round of their light heavyweight fight after lashing Washington with a terrific flurry of blows. Williams was chosen most popoular boxer of the evening. Chester Smith Svc. Btry 73 AFA bounced back str...

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

Thursday July 21953 ^Price Change For GI Clothes Go Into Effect Price tags on some ai'ticles of clothing for enlisted personnel of the Armed Services weil changed ed July 1 1953 Lt. Col. Mark H. Johnson chief of the supply divi­ sion of the Quartermaster Corps Fourth Army announced Tues­ day. Along with the change in prices will come a change in the initial clothing allowances given recruits and in the monthly maintenance allowances. The initial clothing allowance for enlisted men will drop from the present $172.91 to $169.86 and from $232.83 to $219.83 for women. The present "basic" monthly al­ lowance which starts after the first six months of service will remain $4.20 for both men and women. The 'standard" monthly allowance received fter 36 months of service of $5.40 for men and $6.00 for women will remain the same. Word also has been received at Fourth Army headquarters that Airmen will find lower price tags Ikn some items which indicates wnaintenance allowances will stret­ ch f...

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

Page Eiglit 16th AEB H&S CO The Personnel Section has been having its hands full transferring men from one company to another. CO Pvt. Willie Robinson joined this company on 17 June 53. Prior to his assignment here he was serv­ ing with Svc Btry 91st Armd FA Battalion. SFC Eldon Crouthers has taken over the duties of supply sergeant. SFC Crouthers was formerly wilh Hq & Svc Company Reserve Com­ mand where he was also perform­ ing the duties of supply sergeant. CO Lt Ernest W. Harrison will soon be leaving on an overseas assign­ ment. Lt Stanley Holden. the mess officer is leaving and WOJG Leo­ nard C. Britton our supply officer will be leaving also. Many of the enlisted men are going to leave the company for several weeks to attend many of the different service schools around the country. Lt. Robert E. Beals is in the hospital for two weeks due to minor operation. REAR RANK O °0 Western BELTS 47 Listen to KTEM at :30 A.M. each Saturday Straws in assorted shades. Bangkok wate...

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

Thursday July 2 1953 Legal Directory ~NEIL E CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldfc. Killeer) Ph. 186 Phone 533 TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at L\v Ratliff Bids. Office No. 1 Phone 4o91 Killeen NOTICES tO Shine at Hiway Service Station phone 261 for appointment Killeen. PERSONALS' B-9 HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRTNK- ing problems? For help write Alcoholic Anonymous Killeen P.O. Box 607 or call _TS3S.T RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED 3 Bedroom FAIRWAY PARK DEVELOPERS INC. 1700 Walker Drive (Between East Gate & Walker Village Gate) Phone 3271 KILLEEN Savings Bonds! Buy United States FILM SERVICE RENTALS J. W. THOMAS Attorney Belton. Texas PUBLIC A-3 NOW—A REPRESENTATIVE FOR AMKR- ican Automobile Association in Killeen and Fort Hood. For information ser­ vice call I. 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. UNF FURN 1 Bedroom 65 80. Bedroom 75 95. 85 110. ...

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

Page Ten 2ND AAA AW BN 123rd AOMB HQ&HQ BTRY Lt. John B. Dunaway is the new battery commander. Capt Goble W. Bryant former battery com­ mander has departed from our unit. Richard M. O'Gorman John C. Flispart Thomas J. Wharton Jean P. Boulay and Earl A. Osborne were promoted to corporal during the month. BTRY A Five Btry A men are sporting newly achieved Cpl stripes th.s week. The proud owners are: Cpls Joseph St. Michel. Linville Allred Kenneth Clark Howard Johnson and Rodger B. Carlson. Cpl. Daniel F. Anderson trans­ ferred here from Camp Atterbuty Indiana. Cpl George A Scrimger has re- enlisted for six years and is now enjoying a thirty day leave at his home in Michigan. Pvt Wayne G. Hyde has returned to the Btry from the Food Service School. PFCs Earl Crane and James Kallos have been released from Temporary Duty and are back with the Battery. SFC Loss Williams Cpl. Linville Allred and PFC Floyd Matuszak have returned from their leaves. BTRY PFCs Barnhart Alexander and Sojourn...

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

liliilill! WW II Hero CAPT. AUDIE MURPHY is shown stepping out of the helicopter which brought him to South Fort Hood to speak to the students at the NCO Academy. Captain Murphy who is now a movie star was the most decorated hero of World War II. Audie Murphy In With Guard Here PIO Capt Audie Murphy Am­ erica's most highly-decorated hero of World War 33 was a guest speaker Tuesday afternoon at the Fort Hood Non Commissioned Officers' Academy. He emphasized the seriousness of the training at the academy and reminded the men of the importance of the jobs they will assume upon graduation. Well known as the movie star of such films as "The Red Badge of Courage" Captain Murphy is now a member of the 36th Inf. Div. Texas National Guard which is currently undergoing its annual summer training at North Fort Hood. Captain Murphy holds all of A a he it at on courage on the battlefield includ­ ing the Congressional Medal of Ho- Jnor the Distinguished Service *Cross the Silver Star with cluster...

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

Page Two Back To Normal Activity Filled Fourth At NFH NFH—PIO North Fort Hood returned to the status quo this week but only after civilian and military personnel in and around this area enjoyed a gala Fourth of July weekend spiced by activi­ ties of all types sponsored by post Special Services. Parades swimming softball dancing and fireworks highlighted the activities. Several hundred sol­ diers their relatives and interest­ ed civilian personnel from Gates- Hood Colonel Retires After Long Service PIO A long and colorful Army career ended with the retirement last week of Col. Francis H. A. McKeon Post Claims Officer. Colonel McKeon began his ser­ vice career in 1914 as an enlisted man with the 23d Inf New York National Guard and was commis­ sioned as a second lieutenant in July 1918. Since that time he has served on more than ten Army posts in the United States and overseas. In a letter of commendation to Colonel McKeon on the completion of 39 years of service to his coun­ try Maj. ...

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

Thursday July 9 1953 "":'"u In Army THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSE5 Thursday July 9 No. 1—"Ride Vaguero" Robert Taylor-Ava Gardner-Howard Keel No. 3—"The Clown" Red Skelton-Jane Greer No. 5—"Viva Zapata." Marlon Brande-Jane Greer NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—What's My Line BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Dance Class 162nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—Skits Friday9 July 10 No. 1—"Ride Vaquero" Robert Taylor-Ava Gardner-Howard Keel No. 3—"The Presidents Lady"—Susan Hayward-Charleton Heston- Faye Bainter No. 5—"The Jazz Singer" Danny Thomas-Peggy Lee NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Refreshments BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Dance 162nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—South Sea Islands Dance Saturday9 July 11 No. 1—"The Clown" Red Skelton-Jane Greer No. 3—"Ten Tall Men" Burt Lancaster-Jody Lawrance No. 5—"Affair With A Stranger" Victor Mature-Jean Simmons NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—As You Like It BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Bingo 162nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—Canasta Party Sunday July 12 No. 1—"The President's Lady" Susan Hayward-Charlton Heston No. 3—"The City Is Da...

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

Page Four Now In 1st AD (Editor's note: This is the se­ cond in a series of articles on the histories of the various or­ ganizations that make up the 1st AD. These articles will ap­ pear in the Sentinel weekly for the next few months.) (CC"B" PIO) Born under the throes of World War 1 the 73rd AFA came into being as the 73rd Field Artillery Regiment at Camp Jackson (now Fort Jackson) S. C. on October 12 1918. Following a short deactivation period the 73rd joined the ranks of the regular Army in 1933 re­ maining as an active Battalion ever since. With the bombing of Pearl Har­ bor the 73rd began girding for the ultimate mission of all fighting units—engagement with the enemy. On July 15 1942 the 73rd was simultaneously redesignated the 73rd Armored Field Artillery Bat­ talion the designation which it still holds and assigned to the 9th AD. As a 105-mm self propelled artillery battalion the 73rd waded ashore to the beaches of Normandy with the 9th Armored in Septem­ ber 1944 recording ...

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

Thursday July 9 1953 Coffee By S/SGT. HOYT L. GIMLIN (USAF) Today a once proud nation of coffee-drinkers has gone weak of knee and ulcerated of stomach. The woman has moved in and taken over a strong man's domain. Sad to report but true accord­ ing to a Good Housekeeping con­ sumer panel survey today's housewife chooses the brand 81 percent of the time buys it 85 times out of a 100 and then pro­ ceeds to drink it more regularly than hubby. To rub salt into man's coffee 20 percent of these mollycoddling wives actually put salt or egg in this brew that dates back to the ancients. Granted woman reigns supreme in the home but man still has himself to blame for this down­ fall. He has gone soft since he 19 Superiors The 12th Armored Cavalry Reg- ftional iment the non divisional inde­ pendent segment of the Texas Na­ Guard under the command of Col. Frederick H. Weston sur­ passed its enviable record of last year during summer field training at North Hood May 31 June 14. As was the case la...

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

First Squad Here Since War In Korea Began For the first time since the outset of the Korean War Fort Hood will have a Post football team Capt. Harold Smith 1 st AD special services officer revealed. The season will officially open Sept. 19 and a 10-game schedule —which includes all major Army bases in this area and one college— has been drawn up For the past three years Fort Hood has not played football in competition with other installa­ tions over the country but instead the Post has had football on an intra-mural level between the vari­ ous battalions. Battalion level football—as it has been known for the past three years here—will be discontinued and emphasis will be placed upon the Post team. Captain Smith said. Practice will start Aug. 10 and plans call for a squad of 40 play­ ers by the time season opens. Included upon the schedule for the Hoodmen will be such foot­ ball powers as Brooke Army Medical Center Ellington Air Base and Allan Military College. In all the present sch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 July 1953

Thursday July 9 1953 Legal Directory CLINKENBEARD NEIL E. Attorney at Law Bradley Bids. Killeen Ph. 186 J. W. THOMAS Attorney Phone 533 NOTICES TO PUBLIC HAVE YOU CHECKED THE AD VAN TAGE OF MEMBERSHIP in the Amer- i*an Automobile Association. Call L. C. Shine at Hiway Service Station phone 261 for appointment Killeen. PERSONALS HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK- ing problems? For help Bedroom RENTALS APARTMENTS. UNFURNISHED C-2 CLOUD CO. REALTOR Temple Texas Offer a three bedcoom brick home With detached 2-car garage. Located on comer lot in desirable location in Belton. Pay $1600 for equity assume loan at pay­ ments now on property. Call 3-4543 For Full Particulars CLOUD CO REALTOR Temple Texas RENTALS 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 ol Stewart & Duncan WILLIAMS AND DUNLAP HOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Call Killeen 70...

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