The Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1953 Page: 4 of 12
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WUJL.IAM S. (BIUW MOORE
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In the one we see the Condescen
sion of God and in the other we
see the exaltation of man. Christ
mas is the Divine coming down to
the level of the human and Easter
is the human rising to its place
beside of the Divine.
Three mouths ago we. cele-'
brated Christmas. Now we have
come to the time of the year
to celebrate Easter. All over
the world people will gather in
their churches and chapels on
Easter Sunday to celebrate the
resurrection of Christ. They
will leave their places of wor
ship with their faith more firm
ly fixed in Christ as God's son
and the savious of the world.
It will be good for us to bring to
our mind some things that hap
pened before and after the resur
Jesus repeatedly stated that he
must suffer death and that on the
third day he would rise from the
He made his resurrection the
sign and proof of all his claims.
He instituted two perpetual or
dinances. One to commemorate his
death the Lord's Supper and the
other one his burial and resurrec
He was betrayed by Judas for
thirty pieces of silver tried and
put to death on a Roman Cross.
He was pronounced dead by the
centurian in charge of the Cruci
After he was pronounced
dead Joseph and Nickedemus
gained permission to remove
his body from the cross for
burial. His body was buried in
Joseph's new tomb.
Thf door to the tomb was sealed
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By Chaplain John P. Neal
There are in the world today two
great religious holidays that over
lap all racial national and ec
clesiastical barriers. They are
found on every continent and are
celebrated by all classes of people
The one is Christmas and the other
is Easter. They represent the two
sides of the great redemptive seal.
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with a Roman seal and a guard
placed to keep his deciples from
coming and stealing it away.
On the morning of the third day
there was an earth quake and an
angel rolled away the stone from
the door of the tomb and Jesus
rose from death.
The guard reported the facts to
the Sanhedron. The members of
the guard were paid money to say
that while they were asleep the de
ciples came and stole His body.
They took the money and did as
they were taught.
He made five appearance the
first day and five more the re
maining forty days before his as
The desciples went forth
preaching His resurrection with
such ferver that they shook the
wicked Roman empire from
center to circumference in a
The resurrection of Jesus guaran
tees our resurrection. Roman 8:11.
But if the spirit of Him that raised
up Jesus from the dead dwell in
you He that raised up Christ from
the dead shall also quicken your
mortal bodies by His spirit that
dwelleth in you.
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and a part of the wall in the living
Mrs. Blackledge who learned
Major Woodard's identity only
Tuesday expresed thanks to Major
Woodard and MSgt. James H. Wil
son 4th Medium Tank Battalion
who assisted in removing damaged
furniture from the home.
(Continued from Page 1)
private driveways or building en
trances or stop too close to safety
islands you will not be making
friends in the community.
8. Be a golden rule drive—Drive
as you would want the other
driver to drive.
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1 Killed 1 Hurt
When Auto Hits
Bridge On 190
(PIO) Fort Hood's fourth
1953 traffic fatality was recorded
last Wednesday night when a 23-
year-old soldier was killed in an
auto accident two miles west of
Nolanville on Highway 190.
The victim Cpl. Nick Jurich
H&S Co. 634th AIB died when
the auto in which he was riding
struck the side of a concrete
bridge. He was pronounced dead
on arrival at the Fort Hood station
Driver of the wrecked car Cpl.
Thomas J. Palmer 23 a member
of the same unit suffered a pos
sible fracture of the thigh head
injuries and possible internal in
juries Fort Hood hospital officials
said. His condition has improved
since entering the hospital and he
is not considered seriously ill.
Military police said the accident
occurred at approximately 10 p.m.
The soldiers were believed to have
been returning to the Post after
a normal off-duty pass.
Corporal Jurich was a son of
Peter Jurich of Hibbing Minn.
He was to have been separated
from the military service April
6. Corporal Palmer who will leave
the Army April 10 is a son of
Artie D. Palmer Rural Route 1
1006 4th St. Killeen
106 *N. MAIN
20000 Sq. Ft. Floor Space
MRS. W. C. BREDTHAUER O vner
THE ARMORED SENTINEL
BUT IT COULD
Lives Lost Nothing Gained
The fourth vehicle fatality of the year occurred on U. S. High
way 190 near Nolanville Texas at 10:15 p.m. on Mar. 25. The vehicle
in which the victim was riding as a passenger struck a bridge rail
head-on and was demolished. The driver of the vehicle was seriously
Four Fort Hood men have died this year on the highways four
lives lost with nothing gained by the incident which took their lives
only grief suffering and loss of life can be the results of such acci-
Whether you are a driver or only a passenger in a vehicle it is
high time that you stop and ask yourself "What am I doing on the
highway that may lead me to being killed? Do I drink and drive do
I ride with a drinking driver do I drive when I am tired and sleepy
do I ride with just anyone whether he is a good driver or not?"
A little thinking on your part may. mean life itself to you. A
moment of thought might cut down your speed it might cause you to
leave off drinking before driving it might cause you to reject a ride
with a drunken or careless driver it might save your life. It's worth
thinking over. Visit the morgue and then decide whether it is worth
while to practice safety on the highway.
Military Sea Transport Service Brig. Gen. Harold R. Duffie ma-
has requested the National Ship- neuver director.
ping Authority to break out addi
tional Victory-type cargo vessels of
the National Defense Reserve Fleet
which must be
Logex-53 the fourth logistical
exercise designed to train person
nel in the supply resupply and
maintenance of a combat force—is
scheduled to get underway at Camp
Pickett Va. May 5-9 the Army
has announced. Plans for Logex-
53 are now being made at the
Army's Transportation Center Ft.
Eustis Va. under the direction of
The next time you are in Temple stop in we would like to
show you around our store. Up stairs (serviced by elevator)
you'll find room after room full of beautiful furniture. In these
rooms we have complete groupings of all the different rooms
of your home represented. And down In the basement (serviced
by elevator) well that is a different story—we will tell you later.
A group of 17 leaders of religious
organizations are now on a two-
the Navy has revealed. The ships week tour of military installations
are needed due to the volume of in the Far East. The group is mak-
ing the trip to get a first-hand ac
count of the moral and religious
problems encountered by American
troops in overseas and combat
areas and to see how the military
services are meeting them.
In order to meet the critical need
for chaplains the Army has opened
a new program under which
clergymen holding commissions as
company-grade chaplains in the
Army Reserve or the National
Guard may volunteer for a year
of active duty. This program will
make available to the Army the
service of clergymer who can se
cure only limited leaves of absence
from their churches.
The Army has authorized the
construction of nine Army Reserve
training facilities in six States.
They are: Elmira N. Y. Pasa
dena Calif. and Columbia S. C.
400-man armories Jacksonville
Fla. 800-man armory and motor
vehicle shed Fort Wayne Ind.
Fond du Lac Wis. Palo Alto
Calif. and Appleton Wis. 200-man
armories and South Bend Ind. a
motor vehicle shed.
Field Marshal Sir Bernard
Montgomery Deputy' Supreme
Commander of Allied Forces In
Europe is making his first
visit to the TJ. S. since Decem
ber 1949. While here for a
three-week tour of U. S. mili
tary installations he will ad
dress members of the Army
War College Carlisle Barracks
Pa. and National War College
Ft. McNair Washington D. C.
415 Gray Phone 721
Stays At Hood
Robert L. Ripley's "Believe It
Or Not" exhibit arrived at Fort
Hood Tuesday and will continue
to show its collection of oddities
until Sunday night according to
Post Special Services officer Lt.
The custom-made trailer con
taining wonders for every age from
every part of the world is located
in front of Sports Arena No. 1 and
is open from 3 'til 10 p.m. Satur
day it opens at 10 a.m. and on
Sunday at noon.
Among the mysterious and eso
teric bits of the unusual is a two-
headed' calf a $50000 shoe the
jaw bone of a man-eating shark
trigger fingers from men at Cus
ter's Last Stand an attempted
perpetual motion machine a mum
mified hand with "a curse that
came true" and the famous medie
val torture device known as "the
iron maiden of Nurnberg."
The Hospital Officers Wives
Club held a colorful spring "Make
It and Wear It" hat show on
The group was divided into three
styles with winners as follows:
The most unusual worn by Mrs.
Wm. T. Price the prettiest hat
was worn by Mrs. Joseph Ubl and
the most comical was won by
Mrs. Roland Wingo.
Judges for the style hat show
were Lt. Col. Emma S. Houston
Mrs. Alice B. Morrison and Mrs.
Francis B. Tobias. Cash was given
Hostesses for the monthly get-
together were Mrs. George C.
Coburn and Mrs. Thomas Verner.
The next meeting will be held
on Wednesday April 29 at 1 p.m.
A hobby-collection party will be
The 1st Armored Division suffer
ed over 500 casualties in a pre-
Exercise "Long Horn" practice
session. The victims sustained
"paper" wounds during an ad
ministrative exercise to familiar
ize medical personnel in reporting
battle casualties. The men were
put out of action early in the
morning but all victims including
more than 250 "dead" were feel
ing fine at supper.
Lt. Col. F. X. O'Leary added
thanks and appreciation for fine
jobs done as he presented letters
of commendation to Sgt. Walter
Anderson and Cpl. Samuel A.
Millings of the 25th AIB.
The pre-maneuver quiet of the
Hood reservation disappeared
amidst sharp gunfire and rumb
ling tanks as 1st AD infantrymen
and tankers went through a final
LOOK FOR THE VETERAN SIGN
Store No. 1 Store No. 2
Leave Temple by way of
McCloskey Veteran Hospital
to Rogers... stop at the
third store on the right.
New location just this side
of the underpass on high
Thursday April 2 1953
Hospital Chapel Ward C-5 Mass Sun.
50th Street Chapel Mass Sun.
Daily Mass ""ues. thru Sat.
37th Street West Chapel Mass Sun. 9:30 & 11:00 a.m.
Confessions Sat. 3:00 p.m.
Baptisms Sat. 5:00 p.m.
Convert Class ...Mon. 6:00 p.m.
Lenten Devotions Fri. 7:30 p.m.
Novena Tues. 30 p.m.
162nd Street Chapel Mass Sun. 11:00 a.m.
Confessions -Fri. ..J1®® P'm*
Theater North Fort Hood Sun. 11:00 a.m.
North Fort Hood Main Chapel Mass Sun. 11:00 a.m.
Confessions Sat. 7 :00 p.m.
Hospital Chapel (Ward C-5) Protestant Worship ..
Battalion Avenue East Chapel Protestant Worship
Sunday School Building 410
52nd Street Chapel Lutheran Service w/Communion. .Sun. 8:00 a. m.
Protestant Worship Sun. 11:00 a. m.
Vespers Sun. 6:00 p. m
Hood Village Chapel Sunday School Sun. 10:00 a. m.
Protestant Worship Sun. 10 & 11.00 a. m.
Battalion Ave. West Chapel Protestant Worship Sun. 11:00 a.m.
37th Street East Chapel Christian Science Service Sun. 11:00 a. m.
Battalion Ave. West Chapel Protestant Worship Sun. 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School .Sun. 10:00 a.m.
Vespers Sun. 6:00 p. m.
50th Street Chapei." Jewish Service.... -Fri. 8:00
North Fort Hood Main Chapel Worship Sun. 9 & 10.UU a. m.
Vespers Sun. 6:00 p. m.
52nd Street Chapel Jewish Service in. ».uu p. m.
Bible Study Tues. 7:30 p. m.
LATTER DAY SAINTS:
Church School Building No. 410 Sunday Worship .... Sun. 11:00 a. m.
The third wave of troops arrived
in the 1st Armored Division stag
ing area several miles east of the
Lampasas River to complete the
division's movement in prepara
tion for its initial engagement in
J^ercise "Long Horn."
THE SMARTEST SELECTION
OF SLACKS AND SHIRTS
502 AISTIH ML Witt. TEXAS
Leave Temple by way of
Post Office out on Rosebud
hiway S3 .. keep to right
all the way.
your friends run these places....
Henry Stefka Doody Ward Elwood Raley Owners
Sat. 10:00 a. m.
Sun. 11:00 a. m.
Sun. 9:45 a. m.
Tues. 7:00 p. m.
polishing of tactics before the big
show Exercise "Long Horn."
The 25th AIB ran away with
team honors in a track and field
meet held by the 1st AD Infantry
to determine the Doughboys' rep
resentatives in the Fort Hood
Girl Scout News
Brownie and Girl Scout Troops
have been busy during the past
week on different merit badges.
The girls in Troop No. 13 worked
on Square Dance badge. They had
a very good attendance at the
Troop No. 9 took advantage of
the pretty weather and played ten
Brownie Troop No. 4 enjoyed
working on tea towels.
Brownie Troop No. 20 and their
mothers on Tuesday March 24
gave a surprise farewell party to
honor their Troop Leader Mrs.
Grace McCallum who is leaving.
A beautiful gift was presented to
Mrs. McCallum during the meeting
and delicious punch and cake was
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