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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 September 1953

Page Ten Reserve Comd WAR ON DISEASE in Korea takes U. S. Army medical men into native homes and farmlands. Here two soldiers from the 219th Medical Detachment set rat traps in a Korean courtyard as part of their probe into causes and prevention of mysterioui hemorrhagic fever. HQ & HQ CO Maj. John Neal has been reassigned to Reserve Command. He served with the unit while Re­ serve Command was training at North Fort Hood. Chaplain Neal came to the 1st Armored Division in 1951 later being reassigned to Fort Sam Hous­ ton for almost a year. In Sept. 1952 he returned to Fort Hood and has been here ever since. He is a veteran of World War I and II. During WWI he was an airplane pilot. He makes his home in nearby Waco. PFC James Stubblefield and Cpl Ira Holland have less than a month before they depart. Last week Lt Dale Rosenbaum went to try civilian life. SFC William Jones from Camp Crowder. Missouri along with Sgt Walter Perrault from Fort De- vens Mass. was assigned to the Tank S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 September 1953

VOL. 1 No. 37 General Farrand officially open­ ed the 1953 Chest Drive here at Fort Hood with the purchase of the first ticket in the Subscription Benefit Saturday morning at Thea­ ter No. 1. Mrs. Roy W. Cole repre­ senting the Officers' Wives Club made the sale which \Vas witnessed by over a thousand officers assem­ bled for the kick off meeting. The Subscription Benefit has been established as a means of raising funds for the 1953 chest. It is open to members of the military estab­ lishment of Fort Hood Killeen Base and Gray AFB. Also included are employees of non appropriated funds and the Post Exchange but not concessionaires or their em- iloyees explained General Far- md. 'The Fort Hood Chest Drive is one of the most important activi­ ties even including training— conducted here at Fort Hood" said General Farrand. "Through this fund we take care of our own and Military Police Investigating Soldiers Death (PIO) Military police are in­ vestigating the death of a 22-year- old sold...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 September 1953

ht:" Page 1 wo v' -r-' ^w^frp & „ Fort Hood members of the Mil­ itary Police Corps will join with the thousands of other MP's throughout the Armed Forces in observance of the Corps' twelfth birthday Friday that wall include a joint Post and 1st Armored Di­ vision commemorative dinner. At the outbreak of WW I there was no Military Police Corps. At that time various units and com­ mands placed some of their own men on special duty as military policemen. But the size of the joh and the growing need for centrali zation caused General Pershing tft appoint a Provost Marshal to his staff in 1917. The following year the War De­ partment approved the formation of a Military Police Corps for the du­ ration of the emergency. Though a permanent Corps was recommend­ ed after the war none was form­ ed and the only move in that di­ rection was the setting up of a Military Police branch of the Of­ ficers Reserve Corps under the Na­ tional Defense Act of 1920. With the United State's entry in­ t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 September 1953

Thursday Sept. 24 1^54 Pernid^rtl^reopFP^.oI- Subscription .ff post 122 Adrertlsilis Vespers Published In the Interest of the military and civilian personnel at Fort Hood* Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies *nd iitatemcnig reflectec in the news and editorial columns represent °f tl^ Indiv-lauaJ writers and under no circumstances are to he considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not $3.00 copetshould CATHOLIC: Confessions W Confessions Happy birthday wishes went to Mrs. Waterson and a beautiful birthday cake was the table cen­ terpiece. Mrs. Snyder won the door prize. Plans are being completed for the bingo to be held on October 5th at the NCO Mess to be spon­ sored by the NCO Wives Club. Ev­ eryone is invited to attend. ON TWt SCU6N TONIfcHT TEM'BEl BtLTON 6V.VO PHONE 3-7390 THUKSOAY September 24 "THE BLUE GARDENIA" Anne Baxter Richard Conte Ann Sothern FRIDAY & SATURDAY September 25-26...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 September 1953

Page Four NATIONAL LEAGUE Second Contest Saturday Night The Fort Hood Tankers after dropping their '53 season opener to Prairie View A&M last Saturday evening hope to get into the win column this weekend when they play host to Allan Academy in what should be another rigid battle for Coach Jim Lansford's gridders. However certain factors must improve this week or Fort Hood's chances in Saturday's contest remain small. Most important is the squad's morale which has apparent ly hit rock bottom and if spirits don't pick up by game-time the "Tankers" may be badly outplay­ ed again. The offensive line must also im­ prove its play or results will be little better. Last Saturday the Hood backs had few chances to show their stuff as Prairie View A&M's line broke through con­ sistently to halt the ball carriers before they ever got started. Nevertheless one of the few bright spots of last weekends en­ counter was the fine work contrib­ uted by ex-SMU halfback Johnny Champion. The "bli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 September 1953

Thursday ^ept. 24 1954 Evening Service Feature Talk By Rev. Copeland (PIO)—A. Reilly Copeland pas­ tor of the Tabernacle Baptist Church of Waco and prominent Central Texas religious writer will be the speaker for the September 29 meeting of Servicemen for Christ. Rev. Copeland has been pastor of the Tabernacle Baptist Church for more than 20 years and has a number of followers both in and around Waco. A former missionary to Alaska V. Odell Lene who is now a stu­ dent at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth was the speaker for the September 22 meeting of Service­ men for Christ. Lene who plans to return to Alaska when he completes his stud­ ies at Southwestern showed color slides of life in Alaska after the main service. Immediately prior to the main service at 7:30 each Tuesday night a one-hour period of Bible study is conducted by Lt. Clay Buckingham. Both services are held in the 52nd Street Chapel. Prichard Stadium GDpen To Public Saturday Night PIO Prichar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 September 1953

Page Six REGULAR $69.50 SIMMONS BEAUTYREST MATTRESSES Throw away the sleeping pills toss out the books give the warm milk to the cat! You can sleep on the famous 837 coil Beauty- rest now. Get here early. 42 All New Fresh Clean Merchandise OPEN EVENINGS WOOL? //"-- aaSTsSBi (and it l„ vf°°f iwe frieze tha* Wake a fuiiSJnnersPr'n9 constr**"'* buy'"" "mfor'aw :"/''0"' Blink V/s seerf eos'ty A Y0UR Box Springs & Mattress Here's the most comfortable sleeping unit ever built! And All new fresh clean goods! REGULAR $49.50 50000 B.T.U. THOMPSON GAS HEATERS Get ready for winter! This is the circulator style and It's less than wholesale. Many more. NAMES YOU KNOW FROM A STORE YOU KNOW! Wo"- TS TKUt! Early Birds get Best Buys REGULAR $149.50 ENGLANDER- GOODYEAR $ It will stay comfortable (it's guaranteed 20 years). Full or twin sizes. For Both REGULAR $49.50 FAMOUS LANE Cedar Chests 30 Famous Lane cedar chest in walnut at $20.00 less than the nationally adver­ tised price. FORMER PRICE $ ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 September 1953

Sept. 24 195f4 NS stock must be sold by October first. PROMPTLY FORMER PRICE '82.50 '169.50 '329.50 '378.65 '479.50 '526.75 JUST & SHORT DAYS-- AND THE CURTAIN FALLS! Yes! Just six short days and R. T. Dennis and Co. will be no more! After 67 years of faithful and satisfactory service this is the end! A venerable and trusted institution must say: "Goodbye." We cannot however wax sentimental we have $86000.00 worth of goods to sell in 6 busy days! So there is no time to sit around on our big fat stockpile and reminisce! puick immediate decisive action is necessary! This entire $86000 STOCK GOES REGARDLESS OF COST OR LOSS! You know we know everybody knows that in order to dispose of $86000 worth of goods In six days (and nights) it takes low prices cost and loss must be forgotten. Put yourself in our place what would you do? Yes! you would cut prices with ruthless disregard to cost or loss and that's exactly what this urgent emergency has forced us to do. Don't walk don't run dash...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 September 1953

Page Eight HQ BTRY Ten new men were assigned to this unit this past week continuing the battery's growth. Everette Bowers was promot­ ed to the rank of corporal and James O. Williams Jerry Mont­ gomery and James A. Hall were promoted to privates first class. Cpl. Clayton Young is spend­ Factory Warehouse Special! LOUNGE CHAIRS Choice of covers. Reg. $69*50 T-V CHAIRS SECTIONAL SOFA ing a leave with his wife. A BTRY Cpl. Robert Nelson is on his way home on a fifteen day leave. PFC. J. I). Lee the former baker of this battery has been discharg­ ed. This week the first stripes went to Charles Hensel Guy Clark Jam- Garrett Charles Ellis Wallacc Moser Harry Jenkins and John Rundle. BTRY This battery completed its first artillery training cycle this week. A new unit training cycle began immediately. This week the battery's 7 track vehicles were replaced with new and unused 7B1 pieces. PFC. John Allison was married on a recent ten day furlough. Pvt. Lloyd Todd took the same vows last Wedne...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 September 1953

702nd AIB SFC John Craven who worked at Training Aids left for the Trans­ fer Center at the 4005th ASU to The 4.2" mortar platoon gave a demonstration at the Brookhaven Course. SFC John A. Labare has return­ ed from his home in Idaho to re­ sume his duties at Battalion Head­ quarters. Also returning from a fifteen day leave is SFC Willie Fort. Lt. Frank Williams has taken over as Platoon Leader of the Re- con Platoon. A CO The monthly promotions came down last week and the following EM received private first class stripes: Billy T. Smelley Donald A. Defratte James Westbrook and Jackie L. Hodges. Willie Massey was promoted to corporal. Pvt. John J. Klocko returned a married man from a fifteen-day leave. Sgt. Chester F. Miller is spending a fifteen day leave with his fam­ ily in West Virginia. Privates James W. Jett James W. Pendleton. Bemus L. Scott and Cpl. Kenneth Reid are also spend­ ing fifteen days at home. Corporals Kenneth Reid and Steve await his discharge and then will Medve...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 September 1953

Page Ten HQ & HQ BTY SFC Francis P. Gilbert has re enlisted in the Regular Army for a six year period and is now on a 30 day reenlistment leave. Pvt Archie Isaacks has returned from a 3 day emergency leave. Sgt. Edward L. Miller has been reassigned to the 16th AEB. PFC Mart D. Peck and Cpl. Milan F. Radakovich are each enjoying a 15 day leave at their respective homes. Pvts. Marlyn O. Turner Kenneth Wright and Donald I. Striebig have been promoted. Also promoted was PFC James N. C. Leong. PFC Ulyssee M. Brown has re­ turned from a short leave after bringing his family back to be with him here. Two men were added to the Btry the past week. Cpl. John W. Brown has reenlisted for three years to fill his own vacancy after being discharged last June. Pvt. Ernest R. Panneton has joined us from the 501st Repl. Co. Pvt. Charles W. Thomas has left for an eight week mechanic course at Camp Chaffee Ark. PFC Bobby L. Dollar has return­ ed from a ten day emergency leave. SVC BTRY SFC Arnold a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 September 1953

Thursday/Sept. 24 [L954 Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldfe Kilieen Ph. 186 TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at L*w Rati Iff BIdg Office No. 1 Phone 4593 Kilieen ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST FOUND 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom B-8 LOST—IN~WALKER VILLAGE^2~f RI- cycles. One 1'2 inch wheel and one 16 inch wheel. Both Red and white with smaller one missing on rubber hand grip. Contact Captain Bryant Kilieen 10225 or Fort Hood 517. RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED C-l 160 Rental Units UNF FURN 65.. .. 80. 75.. 3 Bedroom .. 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 APARTMENTS. UNFURNISHED C-2 FOR SALE MODERN THREE BEDROOM house nearly new located in Lampasas in best residential section. Price $7000. Has G. I. Loan $5700. HOWARD & CANTRELL PHONE 24 Lamp...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 September 1953

Page Twelve 2ND AAA AW BN HQ & HQ BTRY The 2d AA Bn downed the 13th Tank Bn 20 to 6 in the gruelling Touch Football game played at Red Lindsy Field Sept. 14. Corpo­ ral's Charles H. Schenk and Bill Anderson of Hq Btry played major roles in the colorful and dramatic game and together scored a total of 13 points of the 20 that brought defeat to the opposing team. Hq Btry has lost PFC Nathaniel Lyles to the 4005th ASU Transfer Center as he prepares to depart from the Armed Forces. Private Lyles is one of the older members of this unit and was attached to the drivers section. SFC. Vincent Cervantes Corpo­ ral's Robert E. Reilly Bobby J. Welch and Claude C. Johnson have recently returned from their leav­ es. Hq Btry has lost Lt. James E. Johnson former executive officer to Btry of this Battalion. Leav­ ing the S 4 section is Sgt. War­ ren R. Fay and driver Charles E. Gaines to the 4005th ASU Transfer Center as they prepare to shed their Khaki garb and don civilian apparel. Pvt. Leste...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 October 1953

VOL. 1 No. 38 IG Critique Ends Annual Inspection A critique conducted by the nine- man Inspector General team last. Friday concluded the annual IG inspection here. The critique was held in the conference room of Post Headquarters and was attended by General Farrand and other high- ranking officials of the Post and Division. The Division General Staff Sec­ tion. received praise from Col. M. E. Cordell who said that "this group seems unusually well organ- Two Hood Men ^On Safety Tour In Brownwood A two-man team from the 551st Expl Ord Det will go to Brown- wood Tex. Monday for a two week tour of city and county schools to instruct students of that city in the precautions necessary in avoid­ ing death or injury in connection with unexploded ammunition. Several cases of exploding "duds" in the Brownwood vici­ nity have been reported in recent months with at least three fatalities resulting. The duds are some of various types of unexploded am­ munition to be found on the near­ by ranges ...

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

I Page Two The 702nd was activated on Dec 15 1941 during the uncertain days following the Japanese sneak at­ tack. It was originally designated the 702nd Tank Destroyer Battalion and completed its state's side train ing at Fort Benning Georgia From the Infantry Center the bat talion moved to England where it continued training until June 1944. when it entered France on D-day plus 3 with the 2nd Armored Di­ vision. From the initial Normandy landing the battalion fanned out and participated in the Northern France Ardennes Rhineland and Central Europe campaigns. For its participation in the ac­ tion near St. Lo where the German thrust between the 1st and 3rd ar- mies was stopped Co. received the Presidential Unit Citation. &S Co. was awarded the Meritor­ ious Plaque for its service during the five campaigns in which the battalion participated. The 702nd holds the Belgian For- regare presented for action during the initial liberation of Belgium and the Battle of the Ardennes. After ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 October 1953

Thursdaih Oct. 1 1953 No. No. Parker PdRIGADE THEATERS 5ERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday October 1 Bloiving Wild'' Gary Coop er Barbara Stanwyck The Fighting Lawmen" Wayne Morris Virginia Gray N°- 4— The Savage" Charlton Heston Susan Morrow N°- Mogambo" Clark Gable Ava Gardner NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Pinochle Party BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Organ Melodies I62ni ST. SERVICE CLUB—World Series Friday October 2 jta. 1— Blowing Wild" Gary Coop er Barbara Stanwyck •^o. 3— 'Sabre Jet" Robert Stack Coleen Gray No. 4—"I the Jury" Biff Elliot Peggie Castle No. 5—"Above and Beyond" Robert Taylor James Whitmore Eleanor NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Talent Scout Night BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Domino Party 162nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—Shadow Party Saturday October 3 No. 1—"The Fighting Lawman" Wayne Morris Virginia Gray No. 3—"The Savage" Charlton Heston Susan Morrow HNo. 4—"Vicki" Jeanne Crain Jean Peters Casey Adams ^^Jo. 5—"Back To God's Country" Rock Hudson Marcia Henderson NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Football Parley BRIGA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 October 1953

Page Four 129 East 42nd Street l'uhllsliert In the Interest of the military and civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas. »very Thur.sday hy the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and stalcnn'nis reflecte« In the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and tinder no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Prpartmenl of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the 1'ubllc Information Office. Armored Sentinel. Fort Ifondt telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and papers are authorized to reprint non-copy rich ted AFPS material without written pcrmiss.on from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Fmstness Office. P.O. Box 41#. Temple. Texas. Subscription off post. $3.00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post. free. All p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 October 1953

Thursday Oct. 1 1953 TO PODUNK pojuuetey REAR RANK A Problem In Tactics O 500 lOOO METifeS You realize you must in a very short time leave this vicinity be­ cause enemy reaction is bound to be violent. Your mission does not require you to remain at A arid indeed your company commander has told you to do what you can in a half-hour to wreck the railroad track and then to withdraw. In order to do as much damage as" possible to the track no cul­ verts or bridges being nearby what yould you do? For what we consider a satisfactory solution see "A Satisfactory Solution." -ua a.iaA\ Aub jt %iaA[no JO aSpuq uepooA\ ^ojjsap ^[qBqoad pinoM sajnseaui qons qSnoqjte 'a[iqA\q joA\ aq oj ageuiep }uapijjns asnno jou ntA\ sasBo JSOUI ui aaije jas puB sap ~aqj uo pa.mod aui[OSBQ •aaoq aq} qSnoaqj Suijqgis Aq uot}BAaia JOJ auiij qoBa un§ aqj ABT •snoiAqo aje siqj JOJ suoseaj aqi .'jajuao aqj JB '[IBJ qoBa uo pasn aq pjnoqs punoj auo A[uo jna A[uie}jao p{noA\ spunoj jy •Xao^BpuBux iuauiaoB[daa a^Biu 0}...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 October 1953

EAST Yale over Brown Holy Cross over Colgate Lvf:v Ramblers Bombarded With Stunning Attack The Fort Hood "Tankers" registered their first win of the 1953 foot­ ball season last Saturday evening when they overpowered the "Ramblers" from Allen Academy 38-6. It was Hood's second contest of the current campaign and the 5000 fans who witnessed the one sided affair saw Coach Jim Lansford's gridders erase any scars left a week ago by Prairie View A&M. Fort Hood completely dominated play as they jumped to an early first period lead. From that point on the outcome was never in doubt as the "Tankers" continued to out­ class their opponents. Once again it was firey Duncan McCauley who provided the spark as Hood rolled to its impressive win. Besides scoring one of the winners "TD's" the powerful full­ back was also the leading ground gainer as he romped for a total of 92 yards including one 49 yard jaunt to paydirt. In addition Hood's diminutive ha a oh ha pi on a equally as brilliant. Pick...

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

Although the temperature hover­ ed above the 100 degree mark for most of the day Sunday the heat didn't seem to bother the 22 fight­ ers that staged the best showing of the young boxing season at the outdoor arena Sunday evening. Eleven bouts were staged and as the night progressed the fights grew better until the eighth bout and from then on until the finish they were all very enjoyable. The biggest crowd pleaser and one of the best performances of the night was staged between Sam Tumminello 701st AIB and Floyd Tanner 13th Tank in a light mid­ dleweight challenge match. In the first round both came out swinging freely and let the rules of the game out the window as neither cared about his style but wanted to finish the action quick­ ly. It was a crowd pleaser from the word go and before the round was very old Tumminello sent Tan­ ner through the ropes. The second round was almost a AN'S IEWPOINTS Tumminello-Tanner Match Top Bout On Sunday's Card repeat of the first as both missed o...

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