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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 July 1953

Page Eight |gC§JiULMg^ 100 IITR Lt. Col. Kellton S. Davis new battalion commander recently re­ placed Lt. Col. Merle Goodrich. Colonel Davis who graduated from West Point in 1937 served with the 1st Cal Div until 1941. He was with the 14 Cav. Gp. Mech. in 1942 and 1943 and the 106th Cav. Gp. Mech. in France Ger­ many and Austria in 1944 and 1945. He served with the Allied Com­ mission in Austria from 1949 until 1951 and was chief of staff of the 4th Logistical Command at Leg­ horn Italy 1951 and 1952. When asked his opinion of his r.ew command he said "We have a very fine collection of men who appear enthusiastic and alert and are willing to do the job. With this combination of material plus the proper leadership on the part of the officers the battalion should be formed into a well-knitted or­ ganization ready for combat and will bring much credit to the 1st AD." Colonel Davis also said that he is very pi'oud to have been select­ ed for this position and feels that it is a distingu...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 July 1953

VOL. 1 No. 28 Gen. Doan Bids Troops Farewell *As Many Watch Against a backdrop of a cloudy Texas sky a revitalized giant flexted its muscles Wednesday morning as the men of the 1st AD thousands strong passed in an Organization Day review before rank­ ing military and civilian guests. The parade was not only in celebration of the 13th anniversary of the founding of the division but it was also a greeting to a new commander and a farewell to the old CG. Organization Day was EUCOM-bound Maj. Gen. L. L. Doan's last day of duty and Thurs­ day marks the assumption of act­ ing command by Brig. Gen. Ed­ ward G. Farrand. Highlighting Ihe division review was the farewell address of depart­ ing commander Maj. Gen. L. L. GEN. L. L. DOAN Forecast For Future Doan who in bidding the men he had commanded since April good­ bye urged them on to greater achievements. General Doan also gave the men of the 1st AD the long awaited news that the mission of training basics had ended at Fort Hood in his far...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 July 1953

Page Two Clean-Up Begun Burns Cause Two Soldiers To Be Hospitalized Speedy Action After NFH Storm NFH PIO A freak wind and rain storm raced through North Fort Hood Sunday night tearing down several tents and leaving behind heavy damage. No injuries were reported in the storm which broke shortly after six o'clock Sunday night. While winds of high velocity blew down Two Fort Hood enlisted men are progressing satisfactorily in the post hospital today but only after a "critical" week resulting from a severe accident occurring last week Capt George Williamson Post Safety Officer revealed. Cpl. Peter Batiste and Pvt. Or- vile Summers drivers in the field Service Company were working in a grease pit of their 1st eche­ lon shop when Pvt. Summers ap­ parently lit a match and then be­ came suddenly helpless as the pit burst into flames the Captain said. As the men ran from the fla­ ming pit Private Summers cloth­ ing caught fire and Cpl Batiste was badly burned. Private Brown who was working ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 July 1953

Thursday July 16 1953 HQS Corporal Strickler Privates First Class Kearns Brown and West Privates Shores Young and Da­ vis all went on leave during the past week. Sergeant First Class Bordenet was passing out cigars to com­ memorate the birth of his daugh­ ter. Corporal Hendrickson returned from a short leave. THE I Large Size 3 Piece Bedroom Suite Lieutenants Hughes and Good­ win returned to duty following leaves. They both joined the ranks of married men while they were gone. Lieutenant Gill Sergeant Puritt Private First Class Witcher and Private Wawak also left on leaves during the past week. Chief Warrant Officer Walters returned from leave Monday. A BTRY Pvt Daniel Rubino and Pvt Carl Murry have recovered from their illness and have come back to the Btry to continue their training. PFC Norman Abbey has come back from his leave to continue his duties. Battery commander Lt William G. Smith is spending his 15 day leave at home with his family. He is planning a trip to Washing­ ton....

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 July 1953

Page Six All boxers are invited to par­| ticipate in a single elimination box­ ing lournament designed to select the Post Champions in ten weight classes that will be staged by Di­ vision Special Services Juiy 25- 26. Boxers who have participated in the boxing program this year or last are urged to enter the Sum­ mer Tournament. However if there are any fighters that haven't had an opportunity to fight here at Hood but desire to enter the tournament they are welcomed to enter com­ petition. The tournament will be staged Saturday and Sunday evenings July 25-26. starting at 8:00 p.m. at the "punch palace" located at 42nd St. and Headquarters Ave. Weigh-ins will be held starting at 1:30 p.m. Saturday July 25 at Sports Arena No. 1. At: this time the fighters will draw for their op­ ponents. AN'S lEWPOINTS Store No. 1 THE ARMORED SENTINEt Boxing Tourney Will Decide Post Champs At the conclusion of the tourna­ ment the sole surviving men in [each division will be crowned post I champ and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 July 1953

Thursday July 16 1953 Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldfc. Kilieen Ph. 186 J. W. THOMAS Attorney Phone 533 Belton. Texaa TOM# A. CARLILE Attorney at L*w Ratliff Bids. Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Kilieen NOTICES TQ 1700 Walker Drive (Between East Gate & Walker Village Gate) Phone 3271 KILLEEN 1 RENTALS A-t PUBLIC A-3 NOW—A REPRESENTATIVE FOR AMER- ican Automobile Association in Kilieen and Fort Hood. For information ser­ vice call L. C. Shine. Hiway Service Station phone 261 Kilieen. NOTICES TO PUBLIC A-3 HAVE YOU CHECKED THE ADVAN­ TAGE OF MEMBERSHIP in the Amer­ ican Automobile Association. Call L. C. Shine at Hiway Service Station phone 261 for appointment Kilieen. PERSONALS HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK- inj? problems? For help write Alcoholic Anonymous Kilieen P.O. Box 607 or call 3383. RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED FOR RENT: LARGE THREE BEDROOM house in Castle Heights addition. Large bedrooms large livm** rooms and din- ing room combination tile ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 July 1953

Page Eight 4th TANK H&S CO & S Co is gradually building up to TO & E strength. During the past week we received num­ erous men assigning them to var­ ious jobs to get the company in full working force. The mess hall has taken on a new face this week. With the ad­ dition of a nair cooler and a the mess hall has become a more pleasant and cheerful eating place. A CO Lt Billy Tedlock was the 'man of the day" Monday when he came striding in with a box of cigars under his arm and beaming with pride. The reason Mrs Tedlock gave birth to a boy on Sunday 5 July 53. Co A has lost the services of the following officers during the past week Lts William Baldwin Char' les Laakso Frank'ie Prochaska Lu­ cius Campbell and Herman Redd —all went to the 13th Tk Bn. Lt Bobby Vassar also was transfer- red to & S Co here in the 4th Tk Bn. During the past week A Co lost the service of the following EM: Cpls Ray Smith Jerone Edwards Charles Wiley Sgt Robert Musch PFC Raymond Gervais and Pvt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 July 1953

Slight Rise In Cases Of Heat Exhaustion August Is Most Dangerous Month A slight rise in the number of heat cases treated at the Fort Hood Station hospital over Hst year has been reported according to Col. Ralph M. Patterson chief of med­ ical service. The rise is largely due to the fact that many new soldiers fresh from civilian life have been under­ going basic (raining here Colonel Patterson said. So far this summer there have been no fatalities resulting from the heat at Fort Hood. However hospital officials warn­ ed that August is one of the hottest months and the Texas sun is dan- ^^^erous. Seventeen soldiers have been treated at the Hospital for heat exhaustion against 15 for the same period of last year Colonel Pat­ terson added. Last year four of the 15 cases treated were members of civilian component groups training here and this year none of the NGs or reserves have been admitted to the Hood Hospital for heat exhaust­ ion treatment August was the most dangerous month for h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 July 1953

Page Two Mi Hard Work The common misconception is that MP's spend most of their time checking soldier's passes or patrolling cities and trains. This however is only a minor phase of their mission. Their primary du­ ties are to render assistance fur­ nish information maintain order dix-ect traffic and provide security giving emphasis to their motto "Of The Troops And For The Troops." It is in war zones however that MP's meet their real test. Under the five duties above come many and complex problems in a com­ bat zone. They must direct vital traffic moving to and from fighting fronts keep roads cleared round up strag­ glers handle hordes of civilian refugees take chai'ge of search classify secure custody and move prisoners provide security for command posts and cooperate with military government in re­ establishing civil police systems and law and order in occupied areas. Drama and courage typify the carrying out of these and myriad other duties. For example MP's of the Sev­ enth Inf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 July 1953

Thurgday July 23 1953 Mond Wills THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES TEM-BEl Thursday July 23 No. 1—"Arrowhead" Charlton Heston-Mary Sinclair-Jack Palancc No. 3—"The Sword And The Rose" Richard Todd-GIynis Johns No. 5—"Mighty Joe Young" Terry Moore-Ben Johnson NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Card Tournaments BRIGADE AVENEU CLBU—Dance Class 162nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—Skits Friday July 24 No. 1—"Arrowhead." Charles Heston-Mary Sinclair-Jack Palance No. 3—"The Man From The Alamo" Glenn Ford-Julia Adams-Chill Wins No. 5—"Gun Belt" George Montgomery-Tab Hunter NORTH FORT SERVICE CLBU—Disc Jockey Hour BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Patio Dance Saturday July 25 No. 1—"The Sword And The Rose" Richard Todd-GIynis Johns No. 3—"Operation Secret" Cornel Wilde-Steve Cohnran No. 5—"Main Street To Broadway" Olivia de Havilland-Henry Fonda NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—As You Like It BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Bingo ^162nr ST. SERVICE CLUB—Starlight Revue Sunday July 26 No. 1—"The Man From The Alamo" Glenn Ford-Julia Adams-Chill Wills No. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 July 1953

Page Four 122 East 42nd Street Daily Mass 24 Food of FINEST QUALITY Published In the interest of the military and rtrilian personnel of Fort Hood. Trx»» •very Thursday by the Temple Sale* Circular Company Temple Texas in conformity with SR 355-20-1 1951. rolicies and statements reflected In the news and editorial columns represent rlewi of the individual writers and under no cir­ cumstances are to be considered those of the United States Army. Advertisements in this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of Ihe products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel. Tort Hood. Texas telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and civilian papers »re authorized to reprint AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Staff supervision under authority SB 355-20-1 1951 as exercised by Troop Information «nd Education Office. Fort Hood. Tex...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 July 1953

Thursday July 23 1953 COMMENCE FIRING—This is a familiar sound on the ranges these days as members of the Fort Hood Rifle and Postal teams get in their daily practice. Lt. Dale S. Red 634th AIB (left) and Sgt. Lewis practice the sitting: position in preparation for the Fourth Army Rifle and Pistol matches which will be held July 27-81. Hood Shooters Hope To Better '52 Mark (Continued trom Page 1) rifle marksmanship training me­ thods will be conducted at Camp iPerry August 26 30. The course which will Jbe divid­ ed into two phases marksmanship instruction and range procedure jnd conduct will precede the rifle fhampionship competition. Desig­ nated as the Small Arms Firing a course of instruction in Army 100th Officers Win NFH Crown In Vollyball NFH —'PIO The 100th Tank officers tucked away the battalion volley ball championship last week by emerging victorious in a tour­ nament sponsored by North Fort Hood Special Services and held in the fieldhouse. However the five team tourney wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 July 1953

Page Six II After a week's layoff due tojnight Willie Logan 81st Recon the rain the usual Sunday night met his match when he fought Ro- boxing matches were again stag- osevelt Smith 702nd AIB in a ed at the "punch palace" last Sun­ day evening. Despite the fact that decisions were predominate and only one fight failed to go the limit the large gathering that wit­ nessed the night's bouts cheered their favorites in hopes of victory. The usual KOs and TKOs must have been taking a vacation as only in a light middleweight match between David Shields of the 81st Recon and Alanzo Mecon. 702nd AIB. did a TKO occur. In this fight Mecon put on a flurry of punches early in the first round that put Shields to the canvas however he got up immediately and the fight continued. Mecon then landed with a shock­ ing left that stunned his opponent momentarily. The referee. Maurice Picard saw that Shields was hurt and stopped the fight and gave the decision to Mecon by a TKO in the time of 1:50 seconds...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 July 1953

Thursday July 23 1953 Legal Directory NEIL Attoriiey at Law Bradley Bids. Killeen Ph. 186 J. W. THOMAS Attorney Phone 533 Belton. Texaa TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at L*w Ratliff Bids. Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Killeen PERSONALS 1-9 HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK- ing problems? For help write Alcoholic Anonymous Killeen P.O. Box 607 or call 3383. RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED C-l FOR RENT: LARGE THREE BEDROOM house in Castle Heights addition. Large bedrooms large rooms and din­ ing room combination t'le bath plumb­ ing for automatic washer in kitchen and hardwood floors. The house Is unfurnish­ ed but has stove an.1 reli igerator. May be seen at 607 Duncan Ave. 160 Rental Units UNF Bedroom Best location Excellent service Superior furniture Trustworthy dealing All Apartments Have Attic Fans Clothes Lines (jarbage Cans Stoves Refrigerators. FAIRWAY PARK DEVELOPERS INC. 1700 Walker Drive (Between East Gate & Walker Village Gate) Phone 3271 KILLEEN APARTMENTS. UNFURNISHED C-2 NEW APARTMEN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 23 July 1953

Page Eight 2ND AAA AW BN HQ BTRY Sgt Earl J. Brannon of Hq Btry was one of five men in the division to be awarded the coveted bronze star award at the 1st AD reorgani­ zation ceremonies held here at Fort Hood last week. He is present­ ly working in the personnel section. Sgt. Roger C. Marsh of S 4 section has departed to enter into civilian life. Sergeant Marsh was ammo sergeant. Cpl. Calvin J. Arceneaux PFC Raymond Fattini PFC Luther Tarbell Jr. and PFC Charles Schenk have recently left as they embark on well earned fur­ loughs. A BTRY Ten Btry men have gone to Fort Sill Okla for the purpose of demonstrating and instructing on the use of the 15 to ROTC members. The men are as follows: SFC Ernest Hardy SFC Carl Pax- ton Sgt Laurie Gillam Cpl Lin- ville Allred Cpl Esau James Cpl John Hardin PFC William Tatler PFC Joseph Heidecker and PFC Wilson Mitchell. These men will be at Sill for a period of approxi­ mately three weeks. Cpl Joseph St Michel has re­ turned to the Btry from a 14 da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 July 1953

VOL 1 No. 29 From EZJCOM Among awards and decorations the general wears are the Distin­ Two Colonels Retire After Long Service (PIO)—Two Army Colonels with long and colorful careers in the fe^vice will retire at Fort Hood thiJr' week. They are Col. John W. Faulds. former post comptroller of Fort Hood and Lt. Col. Joseph W. Massaro previously Fort Hood Post Exchange officer. Colonel Faulds began his Army career as a first lieutenant in the Call.. LI cL iUfel. Ut'LlUirtiii JJJ int Finance Corps in ih»e Organized |filled 1 Reserve Corps Headquarters 1st Military Area. San Ai tonio Texas. He was called to active service as a major in 1941. He has been awarded the following decorations during his many years of service: American Defense Medal. Ameri­ can Campaign Me'a). World War Army Commendation R'bbon. II Victory Medal Armed Forces Reserve Medal. Lt Col. Massaro began his serv­ ice in the Army in June. 1921 upon graduation from the United States Military Academy. He is th? holder of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 July 1953

Page Two Youngest Service Transportation Corps To Celebrate 11th Anniversary On July 31 the Transportation Corps Youngest of the Army's Technical Services will celebrate its 11th anniversary. Established in 1942 for the purpose of fulfill­ ing the World War II needs for a separate military transportation organization the unit was made a permanent branch of service in 1950 under the provisions of the Army Organization Act. At this moment the Transporta­ tion Corps has as its task the mov­ ing of troops supplies and equip­ ment to United States forces every­ where. To fulfill this mission the "Corps" has established embarka­ tion ports in the United States and overseas. Besides maintaining these strate­ gic points the Transportation Corps also provides the truck companies that supply highway transporta­ tion operate the overseas Military Railway Service and also flies car- Privates Sweep Top Honors In NCOA Graduation Seven privates walked away with all of the honors in the three class...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 July 1953

Thursday July 30 1953 Karloff r. THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Raymond No. I—"The Band Wag on" Fred Astaire—Cyd Carisse No. 3—"The Kid From Left Field" Dan Dailey-Anne Bancroft No. 5—"Opertion Secret" Cornel Wilde-Steve Cochran NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Card Tournaments BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Dance Class 162nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—Dance Class and Skits Friday July 31 No. 1—"The Band Wagon" Fred Astaire-Syd Charisse No. 3—"Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Abbott and Costello-Boris Karloff No. 5—"Affairs of Bobie Gillis" Dobfcie Reynolds-Bobby Van NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Disc Jockey Hour BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Pencil and Paper Games 162nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—Soldier Show Saturday August 1 No. 1—"The Kid From Left Field" Dan Daily-Anne Bancroft No. 3—"High Noon" Gary Cooper-Lloyd Bridges JNo. 5—"The Beast From 20000 Fathoms" Paul Christian—Paula slORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—Bingo BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Ping Pong 162nd St. SERVICE CLUB—Jan Session Sunday August 2 No. 1—"Abbott and Costello Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 July 1953

Page Four ^J Published In the Interest of the military and civilian personnel of Fort Hood. Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company Temple. Toxas. in conformity with SR 355-20-1. 1951. Tolicles and statements reflected In the news »id editorial columns represent views of the individual writers and under no oir- ciimstances are to be considered those of the United States Army. Advertisements in this publication do not constitute nn endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter for ^b^ca*Jon should be ihe Public Information Office. Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood Texas telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and civilian wprrs are authorized to reprint AFPS material without written permission from A* Ph. Staff supervision under authority SR 355-20-1. 1951. as exercised by Troop Information ftnd Education Office Fort Hood. Texas. .___ Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Offic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 30 July 1953

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