ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Armored Sentinel Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 14,713 items from Armored Sentinel, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
14,713 results
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 July 1953

The climax to the summer box ing program was reached last Sun­ day night as nine fighters were crowned champs in their respec­ tive divisions as the results of the two day boxing tourney. Fighting before the largest gathering of the year these nine men survived the bitter competition and were crown ed post champions at the end of the competition Sunday night. Each champ walked off with a trophy that was presented to them by Brig Gen Edward Farrand commanding general of the 1st AD. Coaches Ready For Grid Start On August 10 As the Fort Hood football coach­ ing staff prepares to leave for the annual five day coaching clin­ ic at Houston the rapid approach of the grid season becomes evi­ dent. Capt Harrold T. Smith Division Special Services Officer and Lieu­ tenant Barbee assistant Division Special Services Officer have been working faithfully since the announcement was made concern­ ing the return of a post football team with the many results out­ lining their efforts. A ten game sched...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 July 1953

Thursday July 30 1953 After their sparkling 5-1 vic­ tory in the mid summer All-Star classic played at Cincinatti a couple of weeks ago it might be safe to say that the "Senior Cir­ cuit" looks like the strongest of the two major leagues. From this observation one might even go further and say that the club winning the National League pennant will also whip the Ameri­ can League champs in the World Series. With this conclusion drawn the remaining factor is to decide who will cop the National League flag. One pilot stated recently that it was a four team race between Brooklyn St. Louis Philadelphia and New York. Seems he forgot second place Milwaukee. However in that managers mind the Braves just aren't ready this season and Milwaukee's failure to hold up in their recent four game series at Ebbets Field seems to agree with that statement. Race Not Over The Braves "do have the horses" tho and still might make a i*ace of it with fine pitching from War­ ren Spahn John Antonelli Vern Bic...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 July 1953

Page Eight Ninth Year Cash Awards Sentinel Larger Than First Paper Now in its ninth year of publica­ tion the Armored Sentinel is over three times as large as the first Fort Hood paper and it is distribu­ ted weekly at no cost to the Army or to the individual soldier. The first Fort Hood newspaper was brought out as a tabloid in 1944. This paper carried no advertising and was four to eight pages in size. Now the Armored Sentinel ranges from eight to 20 pages in size and is a full-slace eight column news paper. The present Sentinel carries advertising. The paper received here every Thursday is a "civilian enterprise" newspaper. This means that it is printed and distributed at no cost to the government by the printers. The printers in turn pay for the cost of the newspaper by selling advertising to merchants in nearby towns. On this type of newspaper the Army exercises no'control over the size of the newspaper. Neither does the Army sell the advertising for the Sentinel or exercise an...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 July 1953

Thursday July 30 1953 fSince 1895 PX Program Is 58 Years Old Over a half century ago on July 25 Daniel S. Lamont Secretary of War signed an order which called for the beginning of mili­ tary Post Exchanges. Since their organization in 1S95 this service has made great strides in fulfilling their motto. ."To better serve the Army and Air Force." The PX's of today as did those in the tast follow regulations to Old Twin Bunk Put Guns Dead On Target Helps HOKKAIDO Japan Ingenious soldiers of the first Cavali'y Divi­ sion here have figured out a con­ venient way to direct field artillery fire from bed. It is the fire direction center mechanism however that occu­ pies the bed not the soldiers. The idea came from Captain Wil­ liam H. Fleshman of Leavenworth Kans. who used the metal frames from a regular Army double bunk to house equipment for directing artillery fire in two compact units. First the double bunk was brok­ en down into two cots. Where the matress ordinarily would go Flesh- man...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 July 1953

Page Ten HQS AND HQS BTRY Lieutenants Guerrs William G. Smith and William R. Smith have been assigned to Hq Btry. Assign­ ed to other Btry's in the Bn: Lieu­ tenant Morrow and Warrant Offi­ cers Harvey and Gist. Corporal Sparaggins has been as­ signed to Btry and Private Wil­ liams has transferred to 25th AIB. Nineteen men from the Bn Shop and seven men from the BSO have been reassigned to SVC Btry. a or ha re ed from track school at the NCO Academy and will leave on fur­ lough soon. Sergeant Stokes is in transit to Cp. Kilmer. N. J. where he will be reassigned to duty in Eucom. Sergeant First Class Williams has left on a 15 day leave after which he will report to Cp. Gor­ don Ga. Sergeant First Class Bordenet and Corporal Strickler have return­ ed from leaves during the past week. Corporal Collons has been re­ assigned to the Transfer point 4005th ASU prior to separation from the service. Our First Sergeant M-Sergeant Black has returned to duty after a brief illness. Privates First...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 July 1953

.Thursday July 30 1953 Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Ktlieen Ph. 186 Anonymous. Killeen P.O. Box 607 or call 3383. EEAVjNC ABOUT AUG. 10 TO POP- ular Bluff or Springfield Missouri and would like 2 passengers Sgt. Hough ]Q9 E. Dean St. Killeen. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-1 FOR RENT: LARGE THREE BEDROOM house in Castle Heights addition. Large bedrooms large li rooms and din­ ing room combination tile bath plumb­ ing for automatic washer in kitchen and hardwood floors. Tho house Is unfurnish­ ed but has stove an.1 refii aerator. May be seen at 607 Duncan Ave. 160 Rental Units ^^2 Bedroom ^Between East Gate & Walker Village Gate) Phone 3271 KILLEEN APARTMENTS. UNFURNISHED C-2 CLOUD CO. REALTOR Temple Texas Offer a three bedroom brick home with detached 2-car garage. Located on corner lot in desirable location in Belton. Pay pi600 for equity assume loan at pay- nents now on property Call 3-4543 For Full Particulars CLOUD CO REALTOR Temple Texa...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 July 1953

Page Twelve 2ND AAA AW BN HQS CO Capt Paul C. Kirchner joined from Divarty. Sgt Luther Willoughby is back to Hqs Btry from the NCO Acade­ my where he achieved a wondei- ful academic score in the Armor­ ed Track Vehicle Maintenance course. Sergeant Willoughby was among the three honor graduates with a standing of third in the class of 25 students. Another stripe is added to the sleeves of SFC Charles E. Barkley of our S-3 section as he proudly assumes his well earned new title of master sergeant with the con­ gratulations of Hqs Btry. PFCs Franklin F. Ellicks Wil­ liam D. Anderson James Moore Charles Schenk Malcolm Sper- ber George J. Sweet and Pieter F. Weenig Jr on their recent pro­ motions to the grade of corporals. Cpl Oscar C. Buckner who is one of the older members of our organization just came back to us after leave. Corporal Buckner was married while away. Pvt Paris Young Jr went to the 13th Tk Bn and Cpl David Hallock to the 68th AFA this past week. A BTRY The personnel of A...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 August 1953

VOL. 1 No. 30 Korean Vets THE STARS of a brigadier general are pinned on the collar of Brig. Gen. Vonna Burger commander of Divarty by his wife a short time after news of the general's promotion was received at Fort Hood. General Burger has been Division Artillery commander since early June. (U. S. Army Photo.) Thiiderbirds To Arrive Sunday The first elements of the 45th Inf. Div. of the Oklahoma'National Guard will begin to arrive at Fort Hood this weekend for their two- week long encampment. This summer's camp will be the first field training for the Sooner State Guardsmen since the divi­ sion came off of active duty in mid 1952. The 45th is one of four divisions unique among Guard outfits since its counterpart the 45th Inf. Div. Army of the United States is serving in the Far East. Along with other Guard Divi­ sions called to service at the out­ set of the Korean fighting the 45th partly filled with draftees and Re­ gulars trained to become combat- ready and in 1951 shipped to FE...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 August 1953

Page Two TWINS Beulah and Eulah Cole are being: assigned to their bar­ racks by Lt Eva M. Burgess executive officer of the 4005th Wac Detachment. Prior to coming here the Cole twins were stationed at Fort Bragg N.C. Not Seeing Double Eyes Not Wrong Just Twin WACs A big smile spread across the sergeants' face as she spoke "The other day I went into the barracks and spoke to one of the new girls the. had just arrived. Not yet see­ ing the orders I went outside. Here I thought my eyes were 11 Colonels Retire At Fourth Army After combined military service spanning 387 years eleven Army colonels retired the evening of July 31 in a ceremony held at the Fourth Army Officers' Mess Fort Sam Houston Tex. Approximately 250 people were present at the ceremony and the reception which followed making the event one of the largest if not the lartest of its kind ever held at Fourth Army headquarters. Guests were limited to relatives and close friends. Music for the occasion was fur­ nished by the Fo...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 August 1953

Thursday August 6 1953 No. No. THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday9 August 6 No. 1—"The Master of Ballantrae" Errol Flynn No. 3—"Sailor of the King" Jeffrey Hunter Michael Rennie Wendy Hiller. NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB-What's Mv Line? BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Shuffle Board 162nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—Special Interest Night Friday August 7 No. 1—"The Master of Ballantrae" Errol Flynn No. 3-—"Roman Holiday" Gregory Peck Audrey Hepburn Eddie Albert NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Refreshments BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Dance 162nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—Stop the Music Saturday August 8 No. 1—"Sailor Of The King" Jeffrey Hunter Michael Rennie Wendy Hiller No. 3—"No Escape." Lew Ayres Sonny Tufts Marjorie Steele NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—As You Like It ^BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Checkers. Quiz and Ping Pong flp62nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—Talent Show Sunday August 9 1—"Roman Holiday" Gregory Peck Audrey Hepburn 3—"So This Is Love" Kathryn Grayson Walter Abel No. 5—"The Master of Ballantrae" Errol Flynn NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Coffe...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 August 1953

Page Four 122 East 42nd Street CATHOLIC: Baptisms Novena Bible Class 52nd Street Chapel Published in the Interest »f the military and civilian personnel of Fort Hood. Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sale* Circular Company. Temple TrTas. conformity with Sit 355-20-1. 1951. rollcies and statements reflected In the ne«s And editorial columns represent views of the individual writers and tinder no oir- cunistanrcM are to be considered those of the L'nited States Army. this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of tne products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office. Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood. Texas telephone .1200. This publication receivps Armed Forces Press Service material and civilian papers are authorized to reprint AFPS material without written permission from AtFS». staff supervision under authority SK 355-20- 1 1953 as exercised by Troop information •nd Education Office fort ...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 August 1953

.Thursday August 6 1953 Everyone's Favorite UN Troops All Agree Ice Cream Top Dish SEOUL The U. S. Army Quar­ termaster Corps is pleasing the palates of more than half a mil­ lion United Nations soldiers in Ko­ rea with top quality food. Whether the fighting man is a member of the snappy Turkish Brigade or a jaunty Dutch sol­ dier his favorite dish usually is supplied by the U. S. Army Quar­ termaster and prepared by a cook from his own country. Records are kopt on food supplied to the various nations for payment at a later date. Mashed potato rings dipped in egg batter and fried in vegetable oil is the Turkish soldier's idea of an "epicurean delight" while the Dutchman's notion of supreme gastronomic pleasure is a mixture of potatoes fried meat chunks and boiled lima beans. These tasty dishes are part of the U. N. ration which provides approximately 4200 calories a day. All U. N. troops receive sub­ stantially the same foods as Amer­ ican soldiers fresh and canned meat vegetables a...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 August 1953

As the 1953 Fort Hood baseball tournament gains momentum and moves into the final round of play results show that the inspired 123rd AOB has planted itself squarely in the drivers seat. After whipping the Post Hospit­ al club last Saturday night 123rd AOB kept rolling as it dumped 702nd AIB on Sunday by a 5-2 margin putting them well ahead of the field in the hectic fight for the crown. In that first win oyer the Post Hospital 123rd's mound ace Has- selbring proved superb as he fir­ ed a neat two hitter while his mates were pounding out eight safeties off a pair of "PH" hurl­ ers. King took the mound in Sunday's tilt and hurled his way past the 702nd AIB for a 5-2 win striking out nine and allowing but seven hits. Chapa went the route for the losers and was nicked for only five hits but nine walks and six costly errors proved to be the difference. However that was the first loss for the 702nd as they managed to edge the MPs in the first contest Saturday afternoon 8-7 behind the comb...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 August 1953

Thursday August 6 1953 Second Year Preventing Camp Polk from re­ peating last year's clean sweep of the top awards were the deadly eyed riflemen from Camp Chaffee Ark. who handily defeated all com­ petitors on the rifle to gain the winner's trophy in these matches. Held at Fort Hood for the sec­ ond consecutive year the five day meet ended Friday which saw more than 265 marksmen repre­ senting nearly all installations in the Fourth Army area competing for first place honors and berths on the rifle and pistol teams which will represent Fourth Army in the National Matches at Camp Perry jOhio opening August 22. I Fort Hood acted as hosts for the able competitors at an impressive banquet at the Field House Fri­ day evening. Highlight of the eve­ ning was the presentation of some 34 trophies to the top competitors by Brig Gen Edward G. Farrand- 1st AD and Fort Hood commander. With the completion of the Fourth Army competition and the selec­ tion of the representative rifle and pistol tea...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 August 1953

Paste Eight HQS BTRY Sergeant First Class Grecnal has left on a short leave Pvt Richard Miller is on emergency leave Cor­|also poral Johnson and Sergeant Moore have returned from leave. Privates De Leon Kinkclar Pri­ ce Snow. Harden Turner and Walters have joined the Btry. Sergeant Warren joined our Btry during the past week. Privale First Class Leong return­ ed to the Btry. He has been in Ellington Air Force Base Hosp at Houston. Private First Class Conway has also joined our Btry. Corporal Hendrickson Privates Davis and Galvan are leaving for the 4005th for discharge within the next few days. Master Sergeant Black our first sergeant is being transferred to the 68th AFA Bn. As yet no suc­ cessor has been named. A BTRY Pvts Lloyd Calister and Paul L. Richards from Ihe 2nd AAA Bn. have joined our battery. If the Mess Sergeant doesn't treat you like this eat out. Go to a Cafe. fyu&t 1ND IT LISTED TIN thP FORI HOOD TELEPHONE OIRtCTOffY :f?ie }-'v" f-AMBAS S A DO .CO. TEMPLE Pvts. J...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 August 1953

Thursday August 6 1953 Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bids. Kilieen Ph. 186 J. W. THOMAS Attorney Belton. 'i'exa* Phone 533 TOM A. CARIILE Attorney at Law Ratliff Bldg. Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Kilieen PERSONALS 8-9 HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK- ing problems? For help write Alcoholic Anonymous. Kilieen P.O. Box 607 or call _3383^ LEAVING ABOUT AUG. 10 TO POP- ular Bluff or Springfield Missouri and would like 2 passengers Sgt. Hough 109 E. Dean St. Kilieen. RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED C-1 FOR RENT: LARGE THREE BEDROOM house in Castle Heights addition. Large bedrooms large livens rooms and din­ ing room combination tOe bath plumb­ ing for automatic washer in kitchen and hardwood floors. I'IIP ed hut house Is unfurnish­ IMS r3 stove an! ret?iterator. May be seen at 607 Duncan Ave. 160 Rental Units UNF FURN 1 Bedroom k2 65.. Bedroom 75.. Bedroom 85.. Best location Excellent service Superior furniture Trustworthy dealing All Apartments Have Attic Fans Clo...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 August 1953

Page Ten 70r AM t^iX' After completing his instructions duty at CCB Sergeant First Class Berthiaume has returned to the mortar platoon. Double rations of red meat are in order for the 32 men who do­ nated a pint of blood Wednesday. CO Lieutenant Kuss who was assign­ ed to this unit for the period of basic training will soon be leav ing for the 27th AFB. In the eyes of the men of his company Lieutenant Kuss was an outstanding officer. Sergeant Keels has been trans­ ferred to A Co. The area of Co is outstand­ ing though we hear yells through­ out the day of "get off the grass please"! 123rd AOMB HQS & HQS DET The following Privates First Class were promoted to the grade of corporal Harbord Steele Wick- esberg Scott Heitmeier Frisen Biesenthal Meehan Bryant Rob­ ertson Tuttle Foley and Johnson. Corporal Larsen is now our field first sergeant. The Battalion baseball team has drawn a bye in the first round of tournament play. They play the winner of 701st AIB vs 2nd AA Wednesday nigh...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 August 1953

VOL. 1 No. 31 By Sept. 18 UP UP UP and when it'll stop nobody knows. The sweltering a a at or a a aware of thermometers which have gone unnoticed for a long time but are now becoming more and more popular "just because I'm curious to know how hot it really it." Some of the thermometer's new found fans Private Paul L. Hetrick left and Ronald J. 4£chrader study the mercurial indicator located at the rear en­ trance of division headquarters. Incidentally this thermometer located in a "cool" shaded position was registering 103 degrees when this photo was made. (U.S. Army Photo by Lingle) Civilians Asked To Move From Village (PIO)—Nearly all civilian fami­ nes occupying quarters in Hood Village have been sent letters ask­ ing that they move by September 18 in order that adequate living quarters may be furnished the in­ creasing number of military fami­ lies now stationed here Maj. Jack McCullough Post billeting officer said today. In the letters to the civilian oc­ cupants it is explaine...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 August 1953

Page Two Dangerous Last Saturday Warning Against Heat Given Here With the mercury soaring to high­ est altitudes the Fort Hood Safety Office issued a warning against heat exhaustion today. Heat exhaustion cramps and stroke can be dangerous if not treated properly and in time ac­ cording to Safety Inspector Wood- row W. Young. Heat exhaustion heat cramps and heat stroke are the three fair­ ly distinct conditions which result when the heat regulating mechan­ ism of the body breaks down. Heat exhaustion is manifested by headaches confusion dizziness weakness and rapid pulse. Occas­ ionally there is a rise in tempera­ ture of individuals who suffer heat exhaustion. The skin is usually wet and cool. First aid consists of moving the afflicted person into the shade loosening the clothing elevating the legs giving salt water and evacuating to a hospital. Colonel Starnes entered the Ar- Hood Unit And Officials Cited By City Of Waco PIO The 16th Armored Engin­ eer Battalion of the 1st Armored...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 August 1953

Thursday August 13 1953 •NCO Club Presents Fine Show Tonight Fort Hood's entertainment world a recording contract when he is prepares to take a big jump tonight I discharged from the Army. as the NCO club disclosed the book- °th„e'' °f mg of what may well prove to be I the greatest show of the season. Featured on tonights program will be a five man dance combo! that is not only the newest but the finest yet seen at Fort Hood. In- eluded in this spectacular band desired in the way of entertain- which is noted for its pleasant styl­ ing comparable to that of George Shearing and Errol Garnar is sax artist Rudy Jones tomorrows great musicians Hailing from Philadelphia Pen­ nsylvania Rudy just revealed that about a year ago he sat in on a session with the ''Jazz at the a on a a time featured such standout per­ formers as Illinois Jacquet and Gene Krupa. At the end of the session Rudy was given an offer by Norman Granz to travel with the troupe but before his dreams could be fulfilled Unc...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x