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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 December 1953

Page Four i«Q c'net 49nd street I'nbllsheu In the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and Btatemcms reflecte. In the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and under no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department or the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by trie Popartment of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office. Armored Sentinel. Tort Hood telephone H200. This publication receives Armed 1-ows Press Service material and payers are authorized to reprint non-copyrichted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Puslness Office. P.O. Box 419. Temple Texas. Subscription off post. $3 00 per year: $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. All pictures are ...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 December 1953

Thursday Djsc. 17 1953 DRUM TABLES with a a bases. Choice finishes. Priced from 28.95 up. 5 N A N E cocktail tables in rich mahogany es. up. Be Different This Christmas Give Comfort for Years to Come Ay-'-- As shown fine quality new style. Sofa complete with 2 square bolsters in a Bur- lounger Sofa. Exclusive at the Bell FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE WE WILL BE OPEN THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NITES TIL 9 PHONE 3061 Specially Priced Occasional Tables In Limed Oak Lamp Tables Step Tables 18.95 Corner Tables 26.95 Coffee Table 17.95 Shop Early TIER TABLES in new- est styles and choice finishes. Priced from 31.95 up finish- Priced from 26.95 Give the Family a New Living Room Ensemble 7 Piece Living Room Group Complete as listed below Sofa Bed that makes extra bed Matching chair Coffee Table Spot Chair End Table Smoker Table Lamp Use Two Matching Sofas $6995 UTILITY TIER TABLES in a variety of smart new styles. Priced from 29.95. AS SHOWN Modern Plaid Colors with Wrought Iron Legs each...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 December 1953

ALONG THE SIDELINES? By JIM COLLINS When we remarked last week that Bevo was probably a victim of the sophomore jinx we didn't believe so many persons would take us seri­ ously. Certainly Clarence Francis of tiny Rio Grande College is an excep tional basketball player and only the passage of time will reveal just where his ability ranks him in comparison with such names as Lui setti Glamack Mikan and Kurland who of course are the greatest of all time. He'll probably never approach the basketball prowess and finesse achieved by these artisans but at least the public knows by now that he isn't just a lanky lad who throws into an over-sized basket against under-sized opponents. He scored 30 and 40 points a game against some pretty fair teams during Rio Grande's Eastern swing and when the team returned to its Midwest baliwick he promptly dropped in 82 points in a single game. Professional stars Bob Cousy and Bill Sherman of the Boston entry in the National Basketball Association watched...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 December 1953

Thursday Dec. 17 1953 1hree Three members of the Fort Hood football squad placed high on the list in Army-wide balloting for the 1953 All-Army grid squad results of the poll revealed this week. Of the three Duncan McCauley was named for the fullback post on the third All-Army team de­ spite the fact that a siege of pneumonia in mid-season confined him to the sidelines for three games. Two others Johnny Cham­ pion former SMU star and Bobby Flippen who teamed with Mc­ Cauley at Midwestern University while playing collegiate ball. were among the favorites in their re­ spective positions selected by the coaches' poll. Champion was one of five half­ backs named by the coaches as jr': Best Wishes for Christmas Listen lo KTEM at 10:30 A.M. each Saturday Check Our Ad Daily In The Temple Daily Telegram No Interest-No Carrying Charges Continued .. BUY NOW AND MAKE YOUR FIRST PAYMENT ON FEB. 1st 1954 This week ONLY we will sell vou a used car or truck and carry the balance without inter­ est. ...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 December 1953

Page Eiglit Love Of Yule Not Halted By Wars The walls of the trenches were like rock. Small rivers of ice that had long since ceased to flow hung down to the ground glisten­ ing like fine crystal in the moon­ light. Sporadic rifle and machine- gun fire broke the stillness blister­ ing the night with little pinpoints of flame. Bullets whined across the wastes of no-man's-land and rico­ cheted off the frozen earth. The action that night was half heart­ ed reluctance fought the squeeze of triggers. It was December 24th Christ­ mas Eve in the bloody trenches of World War I. In the German trenches soldiers had cut small trees and fastened feebly-burning candles to the bran­ ches. At home or at war it was still Christmas Eve. It was strangely quiet. What might under normal conditions have been termed a "lull in the fighting" had grown from seconds into minutes. Still no gunfire broke the spell. At midnight the German soldiers lifted their trees over the tops of their trenches and as they ...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 December 1953

Thursday De|. 17 1953 ^7th AM0 QCO This week Pvtj! James R. Bricoe was assigned to/the company from the 501st Reply Co. Capt. Charleys H. Schafish and Sgt. Bert A. Lyssy are spend­ ing leaves at/ their homes. Cpl. Leonard G. Ball came back to the company after spending a 12 day leave at home. Pvt. Jajmes M. Waiters left this week fojr the 4005th ASU Trans­ fer pqint for discharge from ac­ tive sfervice. A C0 Sgt. Howard Apple supply ser­ geant of A Co has really had an exciting week having received a promotion and also becoming the father or a six pound baby boy. Another promotion this week Went to Lawrence Fuller who was promoted to corporal. CO Lt. Hazelett V. Villa company commander has returned from a 15 day leave. Lt. James A. Lansford who has been on detached service to Divi­ sion Trains Headquarters as the Fort Hood "Tankers" head foot­ ball coach has returned to duty. Cpl. Charles Johnson and Pvt. Harry J. Alba recently joined this organization. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 1953 Ford V...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 December 1953

Page Ten )hq CO CO 702nd Armored Infantry Bn Lt. Harold E. Blackwell from Hq 1st AD Pvt. Rayburn Thoma- son from A Co and Pvt. Thomas L. Atkins from Camp Chaffee are newcomers to the company. PFC Harry J. Miller and PFC James E. Seitz returned from leaves recently. PFC Jack D. Myrick has taken over the duties of company clerk as PFC Joseph Gazzo is leaving for overseas. The new TV set and radio are in full use in the company dayroom. PFC Paul Smith one of the com­ pany cooks leaves for the 4005th ASU Trf Center in the near future to await discharge. A CO Cpl. Steve Marved Cpl. Harver Harvey and Pvt. Thurman Ray- recently were assigned to this or­ ganization. 4th TANK MED DET Sgt. Robert Abshire is on a 15- day leave in Orange Tex. and Pvt. Paul J. Wallace is spending his 15 day leave in Talladega Springs Ala. Sgt. Martin Almandinger is no longer with the Med Det. he is working in supply. H&S CO Lt. Jack L. Mooneyhan has been assigned to the company from Co. of the 4th Tk Bn. Six...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 December 1953

Thursday Dec. 17 1953 LYFOraa A CO Pvt. Nicholas Loukas has enter­ ed the Fort Hood food service school for eight weeks. SFC Norman V. Wengert and Pvt. Kenneth Bleecker left A Co to join the 11th Airborne Division at Fort Campbell. Sgt. Ben H. Persall and PFC Jack C. Lloyd are on 10-day leaves while Pvt. John M. Azevedo and Pvt. Adolph Bendolph are on 15 day leaves.. Pvt. Jasperk Parker and Pvt. Joseph Fulinello have left the company to be discharged. New faces seen around the com­ pany area this past week belong to Cpl. Walter F. Dansmore Cpl. G. H. Bush and PFC Cleveland G. Walker. Privates Charles E. Snow Fidel Hernandez and Leo J. Tuggle are preparing to leave the company for overseas assignments. CO Privates Brodies Stover Melvin Washington John Whitten Herman Wiles and William L. Rhudy re­ turned from their homes where they spent 15 day leaves. Sgt. J. P. Millraney won a a turkey and Pvt. James Rachael won a cigarette lighter in the re­ cent Turkey shoot. The Third Platoon und...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 December 1953

S'age Twelve 'Ill 100th Tank Battalion HQ CO Lt. Charles H. Williams Jr. and Sgt. John W. Alspaugh joined the company recently. A CO Twenty five men of this organ­ ization have departed on leaves prior to shipment overseas. Sgt. Clarence R. Prinz Cpl. Frederick M. Clark. PFC Nelson M. Janes and Pvt. Edward C. Kud- la have returned from 15 day leaves. 501st MP Co. PFC Don E. Watson and PFC Claude R. Smithhart of this com­ pany recently won top honors in non commissioned officers cour­ se Nr. 34 at the NCO Academy. SFC Warren B. Jessup. Sgl. Mar­ vin L. Huley and PFC Andrew L. Trujillo were assigned to the com­ pany recently. PFC William J. Brewster has returned to the unit after spend­ ing 28 days in the hospital. Four men left for overseas ship­ ment PFC Chester A. Covington. PFC Elmer J. Tew Jr. PFC Jam­ es Fisher and Pvt. Kenneth D. Howard. Cpl. David B. Middleton was pro­ moted and Joseph L. Berling was promoted to Corporal. Drive Carefully: The Life You Save May Be Some Child's ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 December 1953

Thursday Jr. 17 1953 LEGALS uegai Directory A-1 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 ANNOUNCEMENTS SPECIAL NOTICES B-5 FKEE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN Sci­ ence by Mary C. Holloway YWCA Gym­ nasium Franklin Street and 26th. Waco Texas 3:30 p.m. Sunday November 15. Public cordially invited. LOST FOUND B-8 LOST: PFC WAYNE R. GASSERT HQ Reserve Command offers S25 reward for the return of his wallet containing a large sum of money. toST: WILL THE SOLDIER WHO I picked up in Fort Worth and brought to Temple on the night of Nov. 27 please return the papers that were in the bill­ fold that you took from the front seat of my car. a 1953 Bel-Aire Chev. If you have disposed of them please notify me where they may be found. Thank you. Sgt. Jack L. Cummings Co 303d Sig Bn. PERSONALS B-9 WANTED: TWO RIDERS TO SHARE ride and expenses to L. A.. Calif. De­ cember 21 in 1951 Merc. Contact SFC Charles R. Geer Hq Co 1st Armd Pi v. RIDERS WANTED: THREE RIDERS wanted to share rid...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 December 1953

Pace Fourteen 1954 Nash Ambassador "Country Club most luxurious most spacious oj America's fine cars. Continental Tire Mount is standard on all Custom Sedan models. Country Ambassador Statesman Rambler AUT vjjsy** New Low Prices! The nety Wash'Rmb\er CotMtr^Cidt am Super brings you Nash quality ^monnancebfad econo new amazinil0hwfri&: jj ''Jt? erffertne^fiolidays." ma*iewpti^xiraws ne Itthaimul fo ^Oivenand fitistmas up to the true r^friends say^Xhe THE ARMORED SENTINEL New 1954 Nash Statesman .. .the greatest value in American motoring today.. now steps ahead with brand-new high-compression twin carburetor power. The new Dual Powerflyte engine delivers amazing gasoline mileage Come IRA YOUNG Authorized Nash Kaiser -Willys Dealer CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER IRA YOUNG AUTO AGENCY Killeen Gordon Young IRA YOUNG AUTO COMPANY Killeen Bryan Young IRA YOUNG AUTO COMPANY Temple-Ira Young Them Three Convenient Locations WE WILL NOT EE UNDERSOLD Thursday Dec. 17 1953 Introducing che...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 December 1953

I Poi Jal ^fcaui ^^ar Area Expansion Tops '54 Agenda Fort Hood and the 1st Armored Division look back on a year of progress and development as 1953 draws to a close and at the same time look to the new year which will see the completion of the area expansion program for the Post and intensified training combat readiness role. During the year now ending the Post and Division were headed by four commanders an official nick­ name for the 1st Armored was ap­ proved by the Department of the Army new permanent barracks and a new school building were dedicated and the name of the Post newspaper was changed. Fin­ al approval was given for the ac­ quisition of 54000 additional acres the reservation two new mili­ ary units were assigned to the post a basic training mission which had started in 1952 at North Fort Hood was completed and the Division started to build up to com­ bat strength again. The first change in commanders during the year occurred in early April when Maj. Gen. (now Lt. Gen....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 December 1953

Page Two $211 Million In 1954 Insurance Dividends Announced By VA Washington (AFPS) The Vet­ erans Administration has made announcements to the effect that WWI and WWII veterans holding permanent plan and National Ser­ vice Life Insurance policies will get 1954 dividends totaling $211 mil­ lion. The VA said it would pay ?21 million next year on 375000 Gov­ ernment life insurance policies held by WWI veterans. About 24- 00 WWI veterans who have term insurance will not share in the payment. Personnel on active duty who hold NSLI policies and have kept them in force for at least three months during 1952 will receive a dividend. However personnel on active duty who have waived pre­ mium payments on their NSLI poli­ cy in lieu of the free $10000 Gov­ ernment insurance are not eligible for the dividend. A $190 million dividend will be shared by five million WWII NSLI policy holders. An official said ho figures were available on the range of the dividend payments. Barley and oats will grow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 December 1953

Thursday Dec. 31 1953 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Lon Chaney Jr. Hood 4 AO„rt Thursday December 31 No. 1—"The Eddie Cantor Story" Keefe Brasselle Marilyn Erskine No. 3—"The Golden Idol" Johnny Sheffield Anne Kimbell No. 5—"The Stranger Wore A Gun" Randolph Scott Claire Trevor Friday January 1 No. 1—"The Eddie Cantor Story" Keefe Brasselle Marilyn Erskine No. 3—"The Man Between" James Mason Claire Bloom Hildegarde Neff No. 5—"Mr. Potts Goes To Moscow" George Cole Nadia Gray 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB-"Hangover" Breakfast and New Year's Day Party ACADEMIC DRIVE SERVICE CLUB Brunch Open House New Year's Party NORTH FORT HOOD SERVICE CLUB—New Year's Day Open House BRIGADE AVENUE SERVICE CLUB—New Year's Dance 1800 Hours Saturday9 January 2 No. 1—"The Golden Idol" Johnny Sheffield Anne Kimbell No. 3—"The Big Sky" Kirk Douglas Elizabeth Threatt No. 5—"Arena" Gig Young Jean Hagen 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Card Party New Year's Resolution Party ACADEMIC DRIVE SERVICE CLUB—Request Hour Card ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 December 1953

Page Four A smooth 1st Quartermaster Bat­ talion basketball team outlasted a 16th Engineer Bn. team to win the final round of the first half of the battalion level basketball tourna­ ment which ended before Christ­ mas. The classy 1st QM team was led in its efforts for the evening by center William Showell who reg­ istered 24 points off the backboard followed by teammate Ken Hall who hit for 19. The 1st QM team played a game of ball control and careful shoot­ ing allowing them to keep in front of the Engineers throughout the contest. The first half ended with a 29-23 margin in favor of the Quartermasters. The Engineers of the 16th came out for the second half with fresh determination showing new drive and spirit which enabled them to narrow the lead to 40-43 at the end of the third period. The Quarter­ masters however stemmed the tide and dominated the fourth quarter relying on freeze-the-ball play in the final two minutes to win by a comfortable margin of 60-52. Outstanding for the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 December 1953

Thursday Dec. 31 1953 LEGALS Legai Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONALS B-9 BABY SITTING: YOUNG MOTHER WILL care for your children in her home days or evenings. Phone 7831 Killeen. RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED C-1 MARLBORO HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS INC 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 57.50 Unfurnished 62.50 Stove & Refrigerator 72.50 Completely Furnished Each Apartment has Attic Fan i- and Wall Furnace TWO BliDROOM 67.50 Unfurnished 72.50 Stove & Refrigerator 87.50 Completely Furnished School Under Construction AN F.H.A. GOVT. APPROVED COLORED DEVELOPMENT Open 7 Days Weekly See or Call Rental Office Hwy. 190 Killeen Scientists fear that Glacier Na­ tional Park in Montana may be glacierless 50 years from now un­ less there is a big change of cli­ mate. The giant glaciers are grad­ ually melting. 10TH & AVE. FREE RENT Highway Terrace APARTMENTS BELTON Furnished & Unfurnished 2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. Central...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 31 December 1953

age Six I 35th Engr. Const. Gp It never rains but what it pours and the 4005th Transfer Point has been pouring replacements into the Group. Those men who have leave time accrued were granted holiday leaves if they desired them. The balance of the men "have been assisting in the rehabilitation of company area •kll replacements are funneled •Through the HQ Company to give the men an opportunity to "shape up" prior to their interview with the Group Commander Col. Frank J. Polich pending their assign­ ment to units of the Group. Highlighting the pre holiday period was a dramatic presenta­ tion of the Group Commander's safety message at Theatre 1 on Dec. 19. As Col. Polich cited statis­ tics in the dimmed out theatre by ghostly figures on the stage. The 501 M.P. The pledge which Maj. Gen. Wil­ liam S. Biddle 1st Armd Div. Commander sent out was signed by all of the men who went on Christmas leaves. The men who signed the pledge only hope that each and every per­ son driving on the highwa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 January 1954

w*'- KS^fSi yot. 1 No. 51 I- Fall Enrollment Of WWII K-Vets [Totals 600000 1 Forty five youngsters from the Texas Baptist Childrens Home at Round Rock near Austin celebrat­ ed New Year's Day by visiting Company of the 1st Armored Division's 81st Reconnaissance Bn. Guided by company personnel the youngsters —all boys tour­ ed the company area saw the Booth of Company ^^jOst Tank Battalion has over- #k&t become one of the most fa- I fcous enlisted men in the 1st Arm- red Division the direct result an article published in the Jan­ uary issue of Life of the Soldier and Airman. The cover of the magazine fea­ tures a full page color picture of Booth in the role of a tank com­ mander. The story called "Ride the Steel Horse" describes the many aspects of training receiv­ ed by tank crewmen of the "Qld Ironsides" Divsion on the ranges and hills of the Fort Hood reserva­ tion. The article traces Booth as he arrives at the famous Central Tex- Washington (AFPS) Almost 00000 veterans have en...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 January 1954

Pace Two *7* Seoul Korea (AFPS) Presi­ dent Eisenhower's statement on the reduction of American forces in Korea which resulted in some excitement among the troops here has been amplified by Gen. Max­ well D. Taylor commander of the Eighth Army. When first relayed by radio the announcement that two divisions General Biddle Says A Word For Dimes Drive WILLIAM S. BIDDLE Major General U. S. Army Commanding TEMPLE —. y— •••*—r-w -*nm .$ *-'*'$'/:* m** s" % -'s K- -k'- v s' KM $* RENT CARS DRIVE IT YOURSELF By Day Week or Month ROARK RENT-A-CAR INC. ATTENTION: Officers Warrant Officers Master Sergeants $350 DOWN up to 30 months to pay on any 1954 Ford. Financed through U.C.l.T. or Commercial Credit. wmfisrawr^ However General Taylor said the departure of these divisions is not likely to affect the length of service of individual soldiers. "In other words" he explained "when the departing divisions have been designated individuals there­ in with considerable time to serve in Korea will be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 7 January 1954

¥V. Thursday Jan. 7 1954 Neff. Aumont Daze. THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES E Thursday January 7 No. 1—"Rob Roy The Highland Rogue" Richard Todd Glynis Johns No. 3—"Man In The Attic" Jack Palance Constance Smith No. 4—"The Crimson Pirate" Burt Lancaster No. 5—"The Man Between" James Mason Claire Bloom Hildegarde 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Charades ACADEMIC DRIVE SERVICE CLUB—Ping Pong Tourney NORTH FORT HOOD SERVICE CLUB-Ping Pong Tourney BRIGADE AVENUE SERVICE CLUB—Pool Tournaments. Friday January 8 No. 1—"Roy Roy The Highland Rogue" Richard Todd Glynis Johns No. 3—"The Boy From Oklahoma" Will Rogers Jr. Nancy Olson Lon Chaney Jr. No. 4—"Charge Of The Lancers" Paulette Goddard Jean Pierre No. 5—"The Great Diamond Robbery" Red Skelton Cara Williams James Whitmore. 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Skits & Blackouts. ACADEMIC DRIVE SERVICE CLUB—Talent Scout Boxing TV. NORTH FORT HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Canasta Games. BRIGADE AVENUE SERVICE CLUB—Cotton Snowball Dance. Saturday January 9 *No. 1—"Ma...

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