Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 1, 1958 Page: 2 of 16
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Published In the Interest ol the military and civilian personnel at Fort Hood
Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas.
Policies and statements reflected in the news and editorial columns represent
views of the individual writers and under no circumstances are to be considered
those of the Department ot the Army. Advertisements in this publication do not
constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products or serv
ices advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public In'
formation Office Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 35113. This Is not an
official army newspaper however this publication receives Armed Forces Press
Service material and papers are authorized to reprint non-copyrighted AFPS ma
terial without written permission from AFPS.
Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office. P. O. Box 419 TemtJle
Tex°s Subscription off post. $3.00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution
on I st. free.
All pictures are United States Army Signal Corps photographs. Unless otherwise
rote the publication of these is not restricted except in cases involving republics
tion for advertising purpose at which time permission of the Department of the
Army must be obtained.
TOWNSEND FIELD Advertising Manager
ALICE GORMLEY .... Killeen Representative
NATIONAL ADVERTISING REP7tESENTATTVES:
W. B. Bradbury Company
122 East 42nd Street New York 17. N. Y.
Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office. PO Box 419. Temple Texas.
Subscription off post $3.00 per year: $1.00 for three months. Distribution en post free.
Get For A
•^•Matter of Fact
ji/and a host of
DAILY and SUNDAY
in Killeen for
at Fort Hood
Is Neiv Incentive
New design artillery insignia
will be worn by the first of some
6000 Fort Hood personnel when
officers don the new brass May 1.
Enlisted personnel of missile
units will wear the new insignia
after Oct. 15 while those of non-
missile artillery units will not be
eligible for the change until Nov.
To symbolize the growing
importance of missiles in de
fensive and offensive artillery
units the new brass incor
porates a stylized missile
across the center of the con
ventional crossed artillery
This change in collar brass com
pletes the transformation in dis
tinguishing insignia for men work
ing with military missiles. First
step was the issuing of a special
shoulder patch for members of
U. S. Army Missile Commands
with distinguishing numerals to
indicate specific units.
This patch is now worn by mem
bers of the 2nd U. S. Army Missile
His Name's The Same
Ft. Monmouth N. J. (AFPS)
—It takes the Army to bring out
a man's true identity. A radar
at the Signal School here had
kept his given name a secret all
He- was known simply by his
middle name William. But a
thorough search of his birth cer
tificate revealed to Army officials
and the world that his real name
was—PFC Donald Duck.
"The college I went to has turn
ed out some great men."
"When did you graduate?"
"I didn't exactly graduate. I
was turned out."
268th Street Chapel:
162nd Street Chapel
Hospital Chapel (Ward C-5) Bldg. 3280)
Post Sunday School For all ages including adults
52nd Street Chapel
Battalion Avenue East Chapel 1000 1100 1900
Battalion Avenue West Chapel H(K)
17th Engineer Chapel
Brigade Avenue East Chapel
Brigade Avenue West Chapel
Post Chapel (50th Street)
268th Street Chapel U00
37th Street East Chapel 0800 0900 1100
17th Engineer Chapel Fellowship hour and religious movie 1900
PROTESTANT DENOMINATIONAL SERVICES
Christian Science—52nd Street Chapel 1100
Episcopal 52nd Street Chapel Holy Communion Each Sunday 0900
Latter Day Saints—Post Chapel (50tb Street) 1300 1900
Lutheran—37th Street East Chapel 1000
Christian Science Battalion Avenue East Chapel Thursday ..1900
Seventh Day Adventist Brigade Ave. East Chapel Friday.. 1930
Midweek prayer services 17th Engineer Chapel Thursday 1800
37th Street East Chapel Wednesday 1930
Religious Education Center—Thursday 1900
17th Engineer Chapel Thursday 1900
37th Street East Chapel Wednesday 2015
Stockade Chape] 1100
Hospital Chapel (Ward C-5 Bldg. 3280) 0800
Battalion Avenue East Chapel 0800 0900
Battalion Avenue West Chapel 0800 1000
Brigade Avenue West Chapel 0900
37th Street West Chapel 0900 1000 1100 1700
Post Chapel (50th Street) 1000
162nd Street Chapel 1100
17tb Engineer Chapel 1100
37th Street West Chapel—Sunday 1145 1630
Post Chapel (50th Street) Monday through Friday 1130
37th Street West Chapel Monday through Friday 1630
162nd Street Chapel Monday-Friday 1630
CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS SERVICES
37th Street West Chapel 1600-1700
17th Engineer Chapel 1600-1630
Battalion Avenue East Chapel 1600-1700 1900-2030
37th Street West Chapel 1900-2030
162nd Street Chapel 1900-2030
Miraculous Medal Novena:
37th Street West Chapel—Wednesday 1900
School Children—Religious Education Center—Saturday ... 0830-1000
Teen-Agers—Teen-Age Building—Thursday 1900
Adults—37th Street West Chapel—Wednesday 1930
Altar Boy Practice—37th Street West Chapel ...1015-1100
37th Street West Chapel—Wednesday 1930
Holy Name Society:
Corporate Communion—2nd Sunday—37th St. West Chapel ..... 0900
Meeting—Last Monday—Religious Education Center 1930
Hebrew Religious School For Dependents:
268th Street Chapel—Tuesday
Adult Hebrew Education:
Call Jewish Chaplain
THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS
(Continued from Page 1)
and property and other per
sonal freedoms than any other
system yet developed in all
the history of mankind. There
fore let us pledge each other
here and now to rededicate
ourselves to our
responsibility the responsibil
ity of preserving and passing
on to the generations that fol
low us as citizens of the Unit
ed States of America the
heritage of individual human
freedom and equal justice un
der law which has been ours
and which rightfully must be
theirs. Let us in addition
pledge ourselves to meet the
challenge of the rule of law
which our shrunken world and
the space age encompass.
Such a rededication and such
a pledge must be the meaning
to all of Law Day—USA.
Civilian guests were Judge
Raymond Gray and Judge R.
G. Hughes of the Court of
Civil Appeals of Austin Judge
W. A. Morrison and Judge
Wesley Dice of the Court of
Law Day Observed At Fort Hood
W. Paul Johnson
Major General USA
Criminal Appeals of Austin
Judge James K. Evetts Dis
trict Judge of Helton Judge
W. A. Messer Bell County
Judge of Belton and Mr.
Chester V. Crawford presi
dent of the Bell-Lampasas-
Mill County Bar Association.
Among the 10 Army lawyers
present were Colonel Franklin W.
Clarke Post Staff Judge Advocate
officer Lieutenant Colonel John
F. Taylor 2d Armored Division
Staff Judge Advocate officer and
Lieutenant Colonel Glenn R. Bow-
en executive officer of the Post
Staff Judge Advocate office.
Mr. Carter spoke briefly on
the new Texas water develop
ment program whereby cit
ies towns and local water dis
tricts can obtain state finan
cial assistance in the develop
ment and construction of need
ed water projects.
He also praised the cooperation
of U. S. agencies particularly the
Army Corps of Engineers and al
lied services of the Army in as
sisting the water conservation
activities of Texas.
According to Mr. Carter "Fort
Hood is the first Army post to
apply for and receive a permit to
appropriate the public waters of
You can buy your new or used car $100.00 cheaper in
only 25 miles from Fort Hood
LAMPASAS NEW CAR DEALER'S ASSOCIATION
Allen Motor Co. Oldsmobile-Cadillac Burns Chevrolet Co. Cowan Pontiac Pearce Buick
Texas. This permit authorizes
Army units to diver* waters from
The meeting was in conjunction
with Law Day U. S. A. which is
celebrated May 1.
Colonel Bowen executive of
ficer of the Post Staff Judge Ad
vocate's office was chairman of
the arrangements committee for
Washington (AFPS) Bonus
applications are still being accept
ed for WWII military service
almost 13 years after V- Day
on Sept. 2 1945 by five states.
Still paying a bonus to WWII
veterans are Massachusetts New
York and Vermont with no dead
line for filing claims for the pay
New Hampshire however will
not accept applications after July
1 1958 while citizens of Pennsyl
vania will become ineligible for
the state gratuity at the end of
Servicemen and veterans who
have failed to apply for WWII
bonuses in these states may file
requests at their respective state
Swim trunks as rugged as
the highlands of Scotland
and just as hale and
hearty. Very masculine
looking in tailored
miniature tartan poplin.
"Highland Fling" with
button pocket for
arrowheads shells etc.
4 to 12 sizes 2.98.
In 14 to 20 sizes 3.50.
Open Thursday and Saturday Evenings
Corner 4th and Ave. Ph. ME4-2911
Highway Garage Studebaker Packard Love Bros.—Ford
Belts and Ties
SHOP AND COMPARE
Thiircday May 1 1958
PROUD RECORD—466 days without a lost time accident made
the Post Engineers' electric shop eligible for this "green cross"
safety flag. From left to right holding the flag are Mr. Wood-
row W. Young Fort Hood safety director Mr. G. W. Asker
shop foreman Mr. Melvin Davis post electrician and Lieuten
ant Colonel William W. Young post engineer officer.
LET'S GO WESTERN!
SHOP THE ARMY & NAVY STORE SALE!
4.88 I 8.88
COMPLETE LINE MILITARY AND
CIVILIAN GOODS. PRICES REDUCED TO CLEAR
"WHERE YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE"
326 Ave. D—KILLEEN TEXAS
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Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 1, 1958, newspaper, May 1, 1958; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth254530/m1/2/: accessed September 26, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Casey Memorial Library.