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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 March 1953

Thursday March 5 1953 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Games. Wedding. Thursday March 5 No. 1—"Off Limits" Bob Hope. No. 3—"The Tall Texan" Lloyd Bridges. No. 5—"I'll Get You" George Raft. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Ping Pong Talent Night. NORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Hobby Night. Friday March 8 No. 1—"Off Limits" Bob Hope. No. 3—"Jack McCall Desperado" George Montgomery. No. 5—"The Star" Bette Davis. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Canasta Organ Moments Pool. NORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Card Instructions: K. B. OFFICERS MESS—Cash Prize Games "Happy Hour." Saturday March 7 No. 1—"The Tall Texan" Lloyd Bridges. No. 3—"The Bandit of Sherwood Forest" Cornel Wilde. No. 5—"I Love Melvin" Donald O'Connor. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—1st Armored Variety Show Prize NORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—"Salute to the 1st Armored" Var­ iety Show. Sunday March 8 No. 1—"Jack McCall Desperado" George Montgomery. No. 3—"The Quiet Man" John Wayne. No. 5—"Off Limits" Bob Hope. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Coffee Call Talent Show Tourn...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 March 1953

Page Four At Published in the Interest of the military and civilian personnel of Fort Hood. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company Temple Texas in conformity with SB 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 Cnited States Army. Advertisements in this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products or service* advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Publio Information Office Armored Sentinel Fort Hood Texas telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and civilian papers are not authorized to reprint AFPS material without written permission from Ar I !•. Staff supervision under authority SR 355-20-1 1951 as exercised by Troop Information and Education Office Fort Hood. Texas. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business O...

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

Thursday March 5 1953 BELL WILL Give your home that extra touch of luxury with this decorator planned home outfit. Three beautifully furnished rooms complete with all the accessories you'll need for really comfortable living. And just look at this low price! Bell Furniture is first again with another sensational value keyed to your budget. ITEMS INCLUDED ARE LISTED BELOW I FOR YOUR KITCHEN 25 practical pieces you'll use every day. You get a plastic top chrome Dinette Table with 4 matching chairs metal utility table on rollers and an all metal cabinet plus an 18 piece glass dishware set. FOR YOUR LIVING ROOM 11 quality pieces packed full of comfort planned around this full size sofa bed and matching club chair you also get 2 end tables coffee table occasional chair 2 table lamps beautiful picture a floor lamp and metal smoker. A complete living room. FOR YOUR BEDROOM 10 lovely pieces that you'll be proud to own. Includes 3 piece bedroom set in blonde or walnut finish full coil spring...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 March 1953

REAL Tourney Held At Camp Atterbury With Camp Polk crowned team champion for the second year in a row Fourth Army boxers are turning their attention to the all- Army boxinz tournament to be held at Camp Atterbury Indiana March 24-28 Major J. A. Coulter Fourth Army sports officer has announced that a 13-man squad will make the trip. By virtue of winning five indivi dual weight championships in the area tournament at Fort Bliss Tex. Feb. 18-21 Camp Polk will have the most squad representa­ tives. Captain Donald Taylor CO of Hqs. & Hqs. Co. 1st Armored Divi­ sion will be in charge of the team during the five day tourney. For Camp Polk victory in the Fort Bliss tournament was especial­ ly sweet for another reason. Boxers from that installation retained pos­ session of the Fourth Army com­ mander's Traveling Trophy and they have to win it only one more time to retire it permanently in the Camp Polk trophy case. Fort Bliss placed second in the Fourth Army trounament with 24 points For...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 March 1953

Thursday March 5 1953 £igns Contract With Uncle Sam (NFH-PIO)—Uncle Sam is real­ ly thinning the ranks of America's top athletes. This time the friendly summons from the President has deprived the Washington Redskins professional football team of one of their prize fullbacks. His name is James D. McCauley now a private of the 23rd Training Co. Reserve Command at North Fort Hood. McCauley hasn't dipped very deeply into Army life so he is withholding comment on how much he will like it. One thing he is sure of its quite a change. When called for an interview by the North Fort Hood PIO he was busying himself building a shelf in his tent. McCauley is short and powerful and in his meaty paws a hammer and nail become fragile instruments. Commenting on his carpenters skill McCauley says "I'm like a watchmaker with a swollen thumb" but the resource­ fulness that helped him through many a gridiron battle stood him in good stead. However he desert­ ed his nearly built shelf willingly. W Like ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 March 1953

Page Eight TO BE MARRIED—Miss Marion E. Glasgow daughter of Mrs. Ruth Glasgow of Killeen acting director of the Killeen USO and Sgt. James A. Hoelldorfer son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoelldorfer of Johnston R. I. will be married. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Glasgow is a student at Mary Hardin-Baylor college. Sgt. Hoelldorfer formerly employed in Washington D. C. is currently assigned to headquarters First Armored division. Fort Hood School ONE-ACT PLAY TRYOUTS During the past week tryouts were held for parts in the one-act play "Andante" which will be giv­ en in the District Interscholastic Contest in Belton March 28. "Andante" is the story of a noted Better Half Club A salad luncheon and style show was featured at yesterday's meet­ ing of the Better Half Club. Spring fashions were presented by Lea's Dress Shop of Copperas Cove in the one of the first of this season's style shows. Decorations and table arrange­ ments for the meeting were done by the club members. Officer...

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

I Thursday March 5 1953 A Special Invitation from The Merchants of COPPERAS COVE ii DEALERS IN LUMBER SASH DOORS SHINGLES Electrical Appliances by HOT POINT GENERAL ELECTRIC "Everything to Build Anything" W. F. & J. F. BARNES LUMBER COMPANY EKENSTEN'S 50 TO $100 "WHERE YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE" For merchandise of quality and at very reasonable prices whether it is a item for the kitchen or garage we invite you to visit us for the large selection we have in our store. Ekensten's 5c $1.00 Store PHONE 45 "SCHNEIDERS" "COPPERAS GOVE ONE STOP SHOPPING CENTER" Dry Goods & Groceries FRESH COUNTRY EGGS HOME SLAUGHTERED MEATS SCHNEIDERS BOX 26 PHONE 44 MILLSAP BROS. Garage & Service Station General Auto Repair Body Work Painting FRONT END ALIGNMENT BALANCING EQUIPMENT TEXACO PRODUCTS CALL 86 FOR 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT BAKER'S DRUG PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT GIFTS TOILETRIES FOUNTAIN SERVICE FREE RENTAL SERVICE FAIR AND REASONABLE PRICES CLOTHE YOUR ENTIRE FAM...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 March 1953

Page Ten Recently Launched Next to Pest Office KILLEEN Phone 370 New Supply Courses Boost Economy Effort (PIO)— Supply economy at Fort Hood is getting a new boost from the 1st Armored Division supply officer (G-4) Lt. Col. Julian P. Fox who recently launched three supply courses turning out 150 sup' ply-conscious graduates a month. An officers' course operates on a two-week schedule of three hours each afternoon allowing 1st Arm­ ored Division officers time to at­ tend the school without interferring with normal training operations Half of the student's time is spent in lectures and half in practical demonstrations. A two-week supply course is con­ ducted by the NCO Academy for enlisted personnel. In addition the NCO Academy conducts a three- week supplementary course for personnel on the job. In addition to the supply courses the 1st Armored has a supply audit team making detailed audits of a unit's property and administrative records. If the unit supply room is found to be below s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 March 1953

LEGAL DIRECTORY RENTALS Legal Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bids. Kilieen Ph. 186 W. THOMAS Attorney Belton. Texat Phone 533 TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratliff Bids. Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Kilieen ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONALS B-9 HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK- ingr problems? For help write Alcoholic Anonymous Kilieen P.O. Box 607 or call 7225. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-l 160 UNITS Furnished Unfurnished Apartments Includes .Range-Refrigerator-Attic Fan If You Are Looking For Ideal Living Apartments Where Xour Rental DOLLAR Earns I Money For You Be Sure To Check With Us Before You FAIRWAY PARK DEVELOPERS INC (Adjacent To Golf Course) 1700 Walker Drive Kilieen Wanda Park Apts. Killeen's Finest Location Completely FURNISHED Or UNFURNISHED Apartments 1 2 & 3 Bedrooms LOW RENT New Modern Furniture Go east on Rancier till you see Wanda Park Rental Of fice sign—stop and ask for information. Cloud Const. Co. Agents Phone 6555 or 1471 KILLEEN HOUSING COR...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 5 March 1953

Page Twelve 4 HQ. BTRY Cpl. Carnell Wilder finished first in his class at the NCO Academy. He received $10 for Soldier's De­ posits. Now enjoying leaves prior to re­ porting for overseas assignments are PFCs Calloway Klotz and Wal- lis. Recent promotions were Richard Briesch and Daniel Johnson to cor­ poral and Edmund Kruer to PFC. M-Sgt. John Dellinger formerly our operations sergeant has been transferred to Able Btry. to serve as first sergeant. BTRY A We welcome M-Sgt. John W. Dellinger as our new 1st sergeant replacing M-Sgt. Earl B. McDon­ ald who left us for FECOM. Also we have a new mess stew­ ard. He is SFC Aria Griffin who re­ placed SFC Walter Potter who is leaving for EUCOM. Also departing us in the near fu­ ture is PFC Warren Johnson who is going to FECOM. BTRY Pfc Baker has returned from the Leadership Course at the NCO Academy. We are losing our mess steward SFC Tibus. 3 generations -tell you why All over America three generations in the same families have chosen May- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 March 1953

Six Sentenced Tor Desertion Other Charges Prison Total Forfeitures DDs Approved Here Six Fort Hood soldiers received sentences ranging from one and one-half to seven years confine­ ment total forfeitures and dishon orable discharges on charges rang­ ing from desertion to assault on a superior officer in actions on General Courts Martial cases last week. PFC Willie Knox Hq. and Svc Co. 634 AIB and Pvt. Oree Hill Co. 25th AIB were sen­ tenced to seven and five years con­ finement at hard labor respective­ ly dishonorable discharges and total forfeitures on charges stim ming from the robbery of an Air Force NCO in Temple last Christ­ mas day. Pvt. Ernie Bazile Co. A 509th Tank Bn. was sentenced to five years confinement dis­ honorable discharge and for­ feiture of pay and allowances on charges of assault on his superior non-commissioned of­ ficer and assault on his super- ior officer. A sentence of three years con­ finement total forfeitures and dis­ honorable discharge on charges of l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 March 1953

Page Two World Travels Dull Class For Kindergarten Set (PIO)—A Fort Hood kindergarten teacher believes that first hand geography lessons gathered by children of military parents give their education a boost and at the same time make it more difficult to keep them interested in school. Mrs. Irma R. Jeffrey Hood su­ pervisor of the post Robert M. Johnson Kindergarten says that most military children are well on their way to becoming world tra­ velers by the time they enter kin­ dergarten. They cover so much mileage in keeping up with much- moved Dad and Mom that they are way above par in geography. But they expect school to be as interesting as their travels she claims. Mrs. Jeffrey oversees the activi­ ties of 130 such youngsters at the Hood kindergarten. More than hall' were born overseas the other tots have also done a bit of flitting over lands and continents. Her answer to keeping kinder­ garten as amusing as crossing the Atlantic in an ocean liner is not complete she admits but ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 March 1953

Thursday March 26 1953 •Cok*" THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Tourneys. Thursday March 26 No. 1—"Trouble Along the Way" John Wayne. No. 3—"Invaders from Mars" Jimmy Hunt. Vo. 5—"Cow Country" Edmund O'Brien. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Pool Tourney Stop the Music. NORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Hobby Show. Friday9 March 27 Vo. 1—"Trouble Along the Way" John Wayne. No. 3—"Small Town Girl" Jane Powell. No. 5—"The Blue Gardenia" Anne Baxter. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Birthday Party Organ Moments. NORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Card Instructions. K. B. OFFICERS MESS—The Happy Hour. Saturday March 28 No. 1—"Invaders from Mars" Jimmy Hunt. No. 3—"A 'Place In the Sun" Montgomery Clift. No. 5—"Sombero" Ricardo Montalban. BRIGADE AVE. SERVICE CLUB—Prize Games Tournaments. ORTH HOOD SERVICE CLUB—"Hood's a Poppin'" Variety Show. B. OFFICERS MESS—9 p.m. Informal Candlelight Dance The Mello Men. ROLLER RINK—8 p.m. Skating Paarty. Sunday March 29 No. 1—"Small Town Girl." Jane Powell. No. 3—"The Girls of Pleasure Is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 March 1953

Page Four 122 East 42nd Street A BEAUTIFUL Hwy. 190 Sf Published in the interest of the military and civilian personnel of Fort Hood* Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company Temple Texas conformity witli Sit 355-20-1. 1U5I. l'oHcirs and statements reflected In the news ami editorial columns represent views of the individual writers and under no clr- cumstanees are to be considered those of the I'nitcd States Army. Advertisements in this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the 1'ublic Information Office. Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood. Texas telephone 3200 This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and civilian papers •re not authorized to reprint AFI'S material without written permission from AFl'S Staff supervision under authority SR 355-20-1 1951 as exercised by Troop Information and Education Office. Fort Hood. Texas. Ad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 March 1953

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 March 1953

Page Six Friday Night's Slugfest Holds Shot At Crown NEW YORK—Ernie (The Rock) Durando and Paddy Young a pair of all-offense no defense fighters battle it out tomorrow night in the semi-final of the American middle­ weight elimination tournament. The fight is rated an even money af­ fair. The two sluggers will clash for the fifth time but this Madison Square Garden scrap will be over the 12-round route. The winner is supposed to meet Carl (Bobo) Ol­ son of San Francisco in the final round of the tourney set up by the joint board of the NBA and the New York Athletic Commission. Olson the No. 1 U. S. middle­ weight has said however that he will not participate in the tourney. The transplanted Hawaiian is hop­ ing to fight England's Randy Tur- pin in London this June. The 10 p.m. (EST) bout will be ad as A a a (NBC) nationally. Ike Williams the former light­ weight champion from Trenton N. J. continues his comeback as a welterweight on Saturday night when he faces sharp-shooting Vic Ca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 March 1953

Thursday March 26 1953 By Hugh Baird J03 USN (AFPS Sports Writer) FROM the many spring training camps in the south and west where the smell of rubbing alcohol is prevalent come the early "grape fruit" tip-offs. Assembling these statistics we find that the 70000000 followers of our "national past- time" will probably enjoy a more balanced brand of baseball this season reminiscent of the game of pre-WWII days. With this in mind we'd like to raise the lid of the 1953 campaign with a rundown of American League prospects. BOSTON A tough team to beat. Lou Boudreau has the usual problems mainly too many pitch­ ing and infield "ifs." Only pitchers appear to be Mickey McDermott Sid Hudson and Mel Parnell. In field question marks at short and second base. Dom DiMaggio is slowing up but should team up with Hoot Evers A1 Zarilla Jim Piersall Archie Wilson and new­ comer Gene Stephens for a capable outfield. I A O club in the league will have one of the better infields in Ferris Fain Nellie Fox ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 March 1953

Page Eight 915 Rancier TRAVEL with GREYHOUND from Belton Nearest Point to Fort Hood Contact your Belton Greyhound agent for Special Buses to St. Louis Memphis and other points east. Special buses can be made up for 37 or more men. All Express Buses Stop in Beitor. Rest and Lunch Stop am BUS STATION O N MASHBURN & SCOTT Insurance Agency 1 Block From East Gate PHONE 3611—5531 AT OUR CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE YOUR SAVINGS EARN WITH INSURED SAFETY « 'w' J" A H// at CROW'S CAFE Belton Texas L. A. Stringer Agent yyia&hbjuAit &• Scoit HOW DRIVE YOUR CAR PROTECTED FOR ONLY 7.00 DOWN Balance on Easy Payments For Details See or Call GS and 311 North 8th St. KILLEEN TEXAS PHONE 751 Booklet Describes Four Armor Vests (PIO) Four types of Armor vests now being used in Korea are described in an Army pamph­ let "Your Armor Vests." The booklet tells of the compo­ sition of each vest its capabilities when where and how it should be worn and how to take care of it. Vest M-12 is described as ha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 March 1953

Thursday March 26 1953 FTA CLUB ELECTED PRESIDENT Following the policy eslablishcd last year at the District 10 FTA meeting- clubs instead of people were elected as officers of the District FTA organization. In the District FTA meeting at Austin on Friday March 20 the Fort Hood Club was elected as president for 1953-54 the Killeen Club was elected as vice-president and Taylor as secretary-treasurer. The Fort Hood FTA was the only group at the Austin meeting with 100 percent representation. Mrs. Ethel Spitzer and Mrs. Ruby Bal­ lard sponsors for the Future Teach­ er work at Fort Hood accompanied the group to Austin. STUDENTS TO SEE "OTHELLO" The annual staff and the senior class will go to Waco on Thursday night March 26 to see the Shake­ spearean tragedy "Othello" a production of the drama depart­ ment of Baylor University. Mrs. Ruby Ballard will sponsor the group. The Fort Hood teachers attended the District meeting of the Texas State Teachers Association in Aus­ AUTOMOBILE INSURAN...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 March 1953

Page Ten IMMi Future Weapons IIP rig Ki- jfe.' ALL-AMERICAN ROCKET—THE WAC CORPORAL—is smaller than the 14-15 ton German V-2. Developed in 1945 the experimental liquid-fuel high altitude rocket weighs 655 pounds with a full fuel load and attains a top speed of approximately 2800 miles an hour. American Scientists Discoveries Led Up To 'Rockets With Brains' (Editor's note: Following Is the second I nfjd In a series of six articles dealing: with the development of guided missiles by the Army.) By ANF The Army has made great strides in its guided missiles pro­ gram. However it is indebted to the late Dr. Paul H. Goddard for much of the groundwork. Rocketry did not develop simply and gradually. Rather its princi­ ples and theories have been worked on by one group of people dropped taken up by another and sometimes forgotten or disregard­ ed for generations. Dr. Goddard laid down principles of rocketry including the meth­ ods of stabilization that are being used today in the Army's "rock...

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