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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 August 1953

Page Four •thatck fatka 122 East 42nd Street 000 II Contact Killeen Agent for full details! LAMPASAS 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 s»R 356-20-1 1951. rolicles 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 Public Information Office Armored Sentinel Fort Hood. Texas telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed forces Press Service material and civilian Panorg ere authorized to reprint AFPS material without written permission from Air. staff supervision under authority SK Xw-30- 1 1953 as exercised by Xroop Information and ...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 August 1953

Thursday August 13 1953 Water Rationing "WATER RATIONING:" Due to a water shortage in this local­ ity the following measures are effective immediately for South Fort Hood Walker Village Gray Base Killeen Base and Kaybee Heights: a. Washing of vehicles will be held to an absolute minimum. No vehicle will be washed more than one time per week except in preparation for major repairs. b. The use of water for lawn sprinkling will be limited to two days per week Tuesdays and Fridays'not. more than two hours to each sprinkling period. All lawn sprinkling will be done after 1800 hours. c. Alhletic fields and golf courses will be watered as directed by the Post Engineer Agronomist. "d. All plumbing fixtures will be checked and any leaking fix­ ture reported to the Post Engineer promptly." e. All personnel must comply with the provisions of this memo­ randum to insure water for drinking and sanitary purposes. f. Disciplinary action will be taken against all violators of the above. Girl The Fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 August 1953

The power laden MP baseball team walked off with the Post baseball championship last Thurs­ day night as they defeated the 123rd AOB nine by the score of 16-11 in the second game between the two clubs. What looked like a sure defeat for the champs proved just the op­ posite as they rallied in the last innings and overcame a early lead by the 123rd squad to win the game. After spotting the 123rd AOB a 9-2 lead early in Thursdays title -P- A squad of eighteen players se­ lected from the various teams on this post has been selected by the managers and coaches of the dif­ ferent teams to represent Hood at Fourth Army Tournament August 18 23. Named to the All Star squad were Dick Gabriel Ralph Pownall Ron Tschannen Frank Verbenac Joe Bertling and Paul Ressel all members of the 501st MP squad The whole set up will be run on a point system and no points will be given for Post level activities. In order to gain points all activi­ ties must be scheduled through Division Special Service. Rule...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 August 1953

.Thursday August 13 1953 Perhaps the biggest news in the world of sports today is the return of Ted Williams the "splendid splinter" to Fenway Park in Bos­ ton. The Red Sox slugger return­ ed home from the Korean Wars in time to sign a contract for the remainder of this season and all of '54. Upon his return the ex Marine jet pilot announced that he would need at least 10 days to work into' "pinch hitting" shape and he did not know how long it would be until he could play regularly. However within a week the thumper was taking his cuts in the role of a pinch hitter and wear­ ing the familiar number nine on his flannels. Although failing on his initial assignment the Bosox favorite connected on his second trip for his first "post-war" hom­ er off Mike "the Bear" Garcia against the Cleveland Indians in the seventh inning of last Sunday's contest. It was Ted's 325th major league home run. Elsewhere on the baseball front it appears that the Yankees have just about rapped up the Ameri­ c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 August 1953

Page Eight It Pays To Stay FIFTEEN" MEN of Co. B 634th Armored Infantry Battalion of the 1st Armored Division reenlisted during July and as a result the company was given a plaque for having the most number of re- enlistments for any 1st Armored unit during July. Brig. Gen. Ed­ ward G. Farrand commanding officer of the 1st Armored and Fort Hood presented the plaque to Lt. Vincent V. Van Buren commanding officer of Co. B at a battalion review. During July 175 men of the 1st Armored reenlisted. Little Sergeant Set Records Here (PIO)—When M-Sgt. Maurice P. Picard leaves Fort Hood Aug. 10 for a new assignment with Army Recruiting Headquarters of New York State an enviable record as a soldier and member of the Army Recruiting Service will go with him. Picard who has been at Fort Hood since May 1952 is now on orders for duty as a recruiter in New York City. The little salesman has been head of the four-man NCO team of recruiters in the 1st AD since the team was organized by Lt. Gen. Bruce...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 August 1953

Thursday August 13 1953 SOLDIER DEPOSITS—Major Wilton J. Richard commanding offi­ cer of the Enlisted Detachment 4005th ASU accepts the first pay­ ment from these men of the Military Police section of the En­ listed Detachment. Making payments are from left to right Privates Alvin Sweatt Jerry Terrel James Miller James Stubble- field Ma.j. Wilton J. Richard M/Sgt Robert Beller Sergeant- major of the Provost Marshal's office Privates Roy Soileau Albert Esquivel and Jessie ing. (Photo by Mait) ffissmm A HQ & HQ BTRY A belated welcome is extended to our new Battalion Commander Lieutenant Colonel Schutz who has just l-eturned from a tour of duty in the Panama Canal Zone. The men of this unit offer their sup­ port and look forward to a very successful training cycle under his Lieutenant Barker has returned command. from leave and is boasting of the new addition to his family. He is the father of a seven lb. boy. Con­ gratulations are offered from all. YOUR BEST BUY SPARTAN 5 Yrs. 5% ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 August 1953

Page Ten svc BTRY Sergeant First Class Gilbert our first Sergeant has left for 15 days to Galvestion while Privates Wendel and Catlett also departed on leaves. Pvt Charles E. Dudley is on his way to Camp Stoneman California to await shipment to FECOM. Service Battery's newest gain is Cpl Lewis C. Tipton who comes from Hq & Hq Battery. He is the dispatcher in the 73rd AFA Motor Pool. Pvt Henry Shaw has just re­ turned from leave. The Unit Fund has purchased six Artillery Scarfs for the EM of this Battery. If anyone sees a sharp looking neat well dressed soldier they will know that he is a Standard 36" 72" Clopay washable window shades in white only. Mounted rollers. Spot quart wall protector in a crystal dear plastic. Size 25" 40". Grease proof moisture proof and none in- flamable. We have assembled three rooms of furniture that are liveable and fashion right. They are priced right for you You get six pieces of furniture for the living room five for the kitchen and seven for the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 August 1953

.Thursday August 13 1953 Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bids. Kilieen Ph. 186 Ratlitf Bids. Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Kilieen (Between East Gate & Walker Village Gate) Phone 3271 KILLEEN 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 8mal) Additional charge. RENTAL OFFICE Corner of Stewart & Duncan WILLIAMS AND DUNLAP HOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY CaU Kilieen 7041 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 51600 for equity assume loan at pay­ ments now on property. Call 3-4543 For Full Particulars CLOUD CO REALTOR Temple Texas JGAS 1 RENTALS J. W. THOMAS Attorney Belton Texa* Phone 533 TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at L*w UNF Bedroom Bedroom APARTMENTS. UNFURNISHED FURN .. 65.. .. 80 75.... Bedroom 110. Best loc...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 August 1953

Page Twelve |cCEJFULg!^ •y" 100 HTB Battalion officers and enlisted men braced themselves for the final two weeks of their support mission here at North Hood. The 45th Infantry Division of the Ok­ lahoma National Guard moved in last weekend to begin its two-week training cycle. The "Thunderbirds" will be the last of the ORC and National Guard to train here this summer. When they leave the 100th Tank will have completed its mission which began last June. The final two weeks are expect­ ed to be the roughest for the Tank­ ers because they must prepare to return to South Fort around the 1st of September. They have their work cut out for them because they must be sure that all equipment is in top shape when it comes time to turn it in. To do the job a temporary "early reveille" has been set up. The men aren't exactly jubilant about having to get up before dawn but on the other hand they're get­ ting a few laughs out of it. The "fad" here of late is "pressuring" the bachelors to get them...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 August 1953

VOL. 1 No. 32 Sifi Thunderhirds "WHEW IT'S HOT" exclaimed Governor Johnston Murray of Oklahoma Saturday as he mopped his brow and borrowed a canteen from a soldier for a drink of Fort Hood's rationed water. He was at North Fort Hood to review a parade of the 45th Div. Oklahoma National Guard which is undergoing two weeks of summer train­ ing. (U.S. Army Photo by Kuritzky) Governor Of Sooner State Sees Review Under a blazing Texas sun over 2800 officers and men of the 45th Inf. Div. of the Oklahoma National Guard passed in review before high ranking military and civilian guests at North Fort Hood Satur­ day morning. Saturday's review was in honor Oklahoma Governor Johnston Murray who watched the march­ ing men from the reviewing stand. Highlight of the parade was the bestowing of the Presidential Unit Citation upon units of the 45th for action in Korea. Citations were given to the 180th Inf. and eight smaller units. Pre-Governor's Day review cere­ monies got underway Friday after­ no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 August 1953

Page Two Eight From 1st AD PIO Eight members of the 1st Armored Division were cited to­ day for action in Korean ground operations. The ceremony was part of a review of CC"A" held at the Fort Hood parade grounds. Also decorated for Korean ac­ tion were two National Guard in­ structors who are currently teach­ ing members of the 45th Inf Div North Fort Hood. Brig Gen Edward G. Farrand commander of the 1st Armored Division and Fort Hood pinned medals on the men of his com­ mand who were decorated while Maj Gen Hal L. Muldrow Jr. 45th division commander decorated the National Guard instructors. The Legion of Merit was award­ ed to Col Donald W Thackeray commander of CC"A" for excep­ tional meritorious conduct in per­ formance of outstanding service as executive officer of the 2 section and later as assistant chief of staff of G-2 with IX Corps in Korea from Sept 25 1951 to March 21 1953. Members of the 1st AD award­ ed the Bronze star for "meritor­ ious service in Korea." were: WOJG Jo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 August 1953

Thursday August 20 1953 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Billy Daniels. Debo ra Ke rr. Class. Thursday9 August 20 No. 1—"Island In The Sky" John Wayne Lloyd Noland. No. 3—"Half A Hero" Red Skelton Jean Hagen. No. 5—"Fort Algiers" Yvonne DeCarlo Leif Erickson. NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Pool and Ping Pong BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Shuffle Board. 162nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—Soldier Show. Friday August 21 No. 1—"Island In The Sky" John Wayne Lloyd Nolan. No. 3—"The Stand At Apachie River" Steven McNally Julia Adams No. 5 "Cruisin* Down The River" Dick Haymes Connie Russell NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Hillbilly Night. BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Dance. 162nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—Dance Night. Genu. Saturday August 22 No. 1—"Half A Hero" Red Skelton Jean Hagen. No. 3—"Affair In Monte Carlo" Richard Todd Merle Oberon Leo Genu. 5—"Mister Scoutmaster" Clifton Webb. ORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—As You Like It. BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Quiz. 162nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—Puppet Show. Sunday August 23 No. 1—"The Stand At Apachie River" Steven M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 August 1953

Page Four 199 East 42nd Street Confessions BSE SECRET Published In the Interest *f the military civilian personnel of Fort Hood. Texas •very 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 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 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and civilian P»P"S are authorized to reprint AFPS material without written permission from AI' PS. Staff supervision under authority SR 355-20- 1 1953 as exercised by Troop Information •nd Education Office. Fort Hood. Texas. Advertisine...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 August 1953

Thursday August 20 1953 Better Or Worse FORT BENNING Ga. U.S. Army infantrymen who fought the Communist armies in Korea to a standstill and stopped all six of the Red's major offensives short of their goals are convinc­ ed that their weapons are the best in the world. A study by the Infantry School here disclosed that veterans of the war in Korea were unanimous in their praise of all basic infantry weapons with exception of the .30- caliber carbine. Out-numbered and out-gunned from the moment the first shot was fired in the three year old war United Nations and the Re­ public of Korea soldiers killed or wounded approximately 1347000 (M) North Korean and Chinese A In Army Army Still Needs tj Men For Aviation There's still an A in the United States Army that stands for Avia­ tion. Combat in World War II and in the Korean conflict proved the tremendous value of the use of small aircraft by the Army. To­ day many irreplaceable military functions are performed by Army propeller driven cr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 August 1953

The Fort Hood All Stars base- added two more in the fourth ball team completed its post sea­ son exhibition series last week as they outclassed James Connally Air Force Base 7 0 on Tuesday a a 1 3 8 in Thursday nights final. This series of three exhibition games played by the all stars was scheduled for the purpose of uniting them as a team in prepar­ ation for their entering the Fourth Army baseball tournament held at Fort Sam Houston from Augugt 18 through the 23rd. John Klocko the stylish right­ hander from 702nd was superb in Tuesday's encounter with James Connally Air Force Base as he shut out the visitors while limit­ ing them to one lone single in his finest mound performance of the season. Klocko struck out 12 and did not walk a man while his mates com­ mitted two errors in the field accounting for the only other base- runner. Erwin threw for the visitors and the big lefthander was nick­ ed for seven basehits while walk­ ing eight men and striking out five in being charged w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 August 1953

Thursday August 20 1953 hill Need Blood-- Army To Discontinue Blood Donor Centers In the expectation that the blood requirements of the Armed Forces will continue to decrease the De­ partment of Defense has directed the discontinuance of blood donor centers on Armed Forces installa­ tions throughout the United States. Army blood donor centers in the Fourth Army area affected are those at Fort Sam Houston Tex. Fort Bliss Tex. and Fort Sill Ok The National Blood Program in which the Department of Defense shares responsibility with the Am­ erican National Red Cross and the Federal Civil Defense Administra­ tion has begun a campaign of na­ tional blood donor recruitment pub­ licity designed to bring to the at­ tention of the public the other-than- military needs for blood such as Civil Defense preparedness for dis­ asters and .the processing of gam­ ma globulin for use in the fight against infantile paralysis. All commands have been notifi­ ed that there still is need for whole blood in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 August 1953

Page Eight 16th AEB H&S CO Lt Carroll Taylor has been transferred to the 4005th ASO for release from active duty. Cpl Ash- by Reid is now home on a 15 day leave as is PFC Elmo Russ who is home for 15 days. M-Sgt Lloyd Wells who has been our first sergeant is going back to civilian life. CO Co is beginning to function again after six months in care­ taker status. We are presently or­ ganizing the company for the train­ ing cycle kick off on Aug. 17. Three more NCOs were added to our company strength on Aug 12. They are SFC Rodrigo Ibarra SFC Donald Kellcy and Cpl. Jo­ seph Scott. SFC Donald Kelly has taken ov­ er the reins of mess steward vice SFC Horace Priestly who is being transferred to H&H Btry Div Arty this station. BRIDGE CO Lt Bill Little was just recently assigned to the company from Hq and Svc Company. M-Sgt Leonard Crockett's wife recently gave birth to a seven pound boy. At first Sergeant Crock­ ett couldn't get accustomed to the little fellow but after a few earl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 August 1953

Thursday August 20 1953 Legal Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldfe. Kiiieen Ph. 186 J. W. THOMAS Attorney Belton. Texat Phone 533 TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at L^iw Ratl'.ff Bldg. Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Kilieen PERSONALS B-9 HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK- ing problems? For help write Alcoholic Anonymous. Kilieen P.O. Box 607 or call 33S3. RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED C-1 160 Rental Units UNF Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom FURN 65.. .. 80. 75.. .. 95. 85.. .110. Best location Excellent service Superior furniture Trustworthy dealing All Apartments Have Attic Fans Clothes Lines Garbage Cans Stoves Refrigerators. FAIRWAY PARK DEVELOPERS INC. 1700 Walker Drive {Between East Gate & Walker Village Gate) Phone 3271 KILLEEN RENTALS APARTMENTS. UNFURNISHED C-2 NEW APARTMENTS AVAILABLE NOW IN KILLEEN Bedroom $65 Bedrooms $75 Bedrooms $85 REFRIGERATOR AND RANGE INCLUDED New Beautiful Furniture Available at Small Additional charge. RENTAL OFFICE Corner of Stewart & D...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 August 1953

Page Ten mfm 4th MTB MED DET Sgt Robert Abshire has joined the ranks as a new member and also as our new first sergeant. He has just returned from Korea aft er having spent eleven months there as a medical aidman in var­ ious companies of the secondJBat- talion in the 38th Infantry Regi­ ment of the 2nd Division. Six of our number were sent off to Ft. Sam Houston this week for nine weeks training in the Med­ ical Field Service School there. Those of us left behind are in our 5th week of a six week training cycle with A Co of the 47th AMB and are eagerly looking forward to next week when we will have completed training for the time being. H&S CO The company had twenty-two promotions one of these were to master sergeant one to Sergeant First Class two to corporal and eighteen to Private First Class. PFC Lawrence N. Gardenhire has been recently assigned to this Co. He comes from Dog Co. Private Gordan A Graunke left last Saturday for Vehicle Main­ tenance School at the Fort Way­ ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 August 1953

VOL. 1. No. 33 North Fort Hood which during the past year has been used first to train recruits and then reserv­ ists will become the training site for different battalions of the 1st Armored Division during the next few months Brig. Gen. Edward G. Farrand 1st Armored Divi­ sion commander revealed today. The 100th Tank Battalion (120 mm Gun) the organization that has acted as logistical support unit for the National Guard units and non divisional reservists in sum- er training for the past three sonths will return to South Fort September. It will be replaced at North Fort by the 81st Reconnaissance Bat­ talion and the battalions at North Fort will be rotated monthly. Following the 81st for a month's training will be the 701st AIB in October. Next will come the 100th Tank then the 2nd AAA 25th AIB and last the 4th Tank Battalion (Med). Each of these units will engage in a month of field training while at North Fort Hood. Most of the recreational facilit­ ies that are now available at...

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