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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 September 1953

Page Ten Li Ellsworth Lauer joined this Battalion from North Fort Hood. The bigest smile these days is being shown by Lt Herman Redd who was promoted this week. Lieu­ tenant Redd is scheduled to leave us shortly on his way to FECOM. Great things are expected of the Battalion Touch Football Team which is being coached by Lt Char­ les Laakso and of the Battalion Boxing team under the direction of Lt John W Coolidge. Everybody is in the motor pool patting and pinching the new babies—the M-48s. Training on the new tanks has already started. HQ & SVC CO Another week of extensive train­ ing and activity is just about over. Early in the week fourteen men had brighter smiles on their faces due to promotions. Now wearing sergeant stripes is Jose Perez. Pro­ moted to corporal were John Mi- tera Duane Guardian Don Davie Koert Lessman John Huber Ger­ ald Fleming and Dave Edelman. Starting up the ladder earning their first stripe were James Col­ lins Bobbie Triplett Ken Zobrist Joe Wrightson...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 September 1953

Tomorrow the various companies will choose qualified representa­ tives to progress through battalion competition to the major command level contest which will be held September 18. At stake for the winner are a cash award of $15.00 and a three- day pass both to be personally pre­ sented by General Farrand. In ad­ dition the "Driver of the Month" will be presented with a distinctive pennant to be attached to his ve­ hicle. The pennant will be displayed during the thirty-day period to de­ note the honor bestowed upon the driver through superior driving and maintenance accomplishments. Each candidate for the "Driver of the Month" award must meet six basic requirements: 1. He must have his vehicle clean lubricated and in top me­ chanical condition. 2. He must have no record of delinquency reports. 3. He must have all of his perti­ nent vehicle records such as trip tickets and scheduled maintenance forms. 4. He'must make a satisfactory score on a written examination ^jsertaining to drivi...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 September 1953

Page Two Thirty Years Fort Hood became his new home on September 13 1949 where he joined the 2nd Quartermaster Bn. and the Service company of the 2nd Armored Division. Hood has remained his permanent post since then. On March 1. 1950 he was assigned to the 4005th ASU enlisted detachment. -5"' fifPSMP Phato GOING UP THE STEPS to fame and fortune is curvacious Myrna Hansen who in the recent "Miss Universe" contest was named "Miss U.S.A.." Incidentally for literal minded service personnel the letters "U.S.A." of her title do not mean that she is the property of the United States Army. Texas And Army Home For Sgt. With the exception of a tour of tvvo months "foreign duty" in Louisanna M-Sgt. Gordon Y. Wil- coxson has spent 31 years and four months of time in the state of Tex­ as. Of those nearly thirty-two years he has been assigned to only three posts in the Texas district. Sergeant Wilcoxson was born as a native at Denton county during 1902 and nineteen years later February 20 1922 en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 September 1953

Thursday Sept. 10 1953 IN' I THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES TEM-BEl Thursday September 10 No. 1—"All American" Tony Curtis Lori Nelson. No. 3—"99 River Street" John Payne Evelyn Keyes. No. 4—"The Lusty Men" Robert Mitchum Susan Hayward. No. 5—"Mexican Manhunt" George Brent Hillary Brooke. NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—As You Like It. BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Organ Melodies. 162nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—Special Interest Night. Friday September 11 No. 1—"All American" Tony Curtis Lori Nelson. No. 3—"East of Sumatra" Jeff Chandler Marilyn Maxwell. No. 4—"Melba" Patrice Munsel Robert Morley. No. 5—"The Actress" Spencer Tracy Jeam Simmons. NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—As You Like It. BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Back To School Dance. 162nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—Ice Cream Supper in Patio. Saturday September 12 No. 1—"99 River Street" John Payne Evelyn Keyes. No. 3—"The Lusty Men" Robert Mitchum Susan Hayward Arthur Kennedy. No. 4—"Slaves of Babylon" Richard Conte Linda Christian o. 5—"Sky Commandos" Dan Duryea Francis Giffor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 September 1953

Page Four PCrllAdvertislnITeopyPshould 123 CATHOLIC: Hospital Chapel Ward C-5 50th Street Chapel Mass. Daily Mass .... Mass Confessions Novena Bible Class Protestant Published in the Interest of the military and civilian personnel at Fort Hooil. Texas. every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Po lcies and statements reflecteu In the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and under no circumstances arc to be considered those of the Department or the \rmy. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products 01 services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office. Armored Sentinel. Tort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service^material and papers are authorized to reprint non-eopyrifchted AFPS material without written be sent to: Business Office. 0. Subscription off post $3-00 per year: SI....

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

Thursday. Sept. 10 1953 NEW YORK Love glamor and adventure essential ingre­ dients of Hollywood productions —take a back seat when the Army steps into the limelight with its own miniature movie industry. The busy little industry cranks out features such as "Tremendous Trifles" "Keep It Clean" and "How To Get Killed In One Easy Lesson" at the rate of about 350 IX :A Know your \v^ Government Officials.:. (AFPS) Frank C. Nash is one of the top men in the Defense De­ partment retained from the Dem­ ocratic administration by Presi­ dent Eisenhower. A bachelor Mr. Nash is young (42) as top officials go. He is As­ sistant Secretary of Defense. He was President Eisenhower's nominee Feb. 4 for a post in the department where he has worked since 1951. Under ex President Truman he was a representative of the Defense Secretary on the National Security Council staff and an assistant for International Security Affairs. A graduate of Holy Cross Col­ lege Mr. Nash's government ser­ vice dates back t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 September 1953

702nd AIB 2nd AAA Bn 701st AIB 25th AIB 100th Tank 1st Tank Bn FOURTH ARMY GOLF TEAM winner of the All-Army Golf Tour­ nament are pictured with the giant trophy they won at Pebble Beach Calif. They are from left Pvt. Claude (Buster) Reed and Pvt. Bill Maxwell both of Fort Hood Tex. Lt. Charles Harrison Fort Bliss Tex. PFC Joseph Zakarian Brooke Army Medical Center Fort Sam Houston Tex. SFC James Mitchell Camp Chaffee Ark. and OFC Billy G. Phillips Brooke Army Medical Center. In annexing the team title Fourth Army Scored 613 points to 620 for Third Army runner-up. AN'S IEWP0INTS By Don Van With the professional football teams having already played in exhibition games and college practice starting last week the center talk among most sports fans these days concerns football. It won't oe long before the college boys are in shape and the Saturday after­ noon grid wars will be in high gear. Spectators will miss seeing so much commotion after the ex­ change of the ball and they will fail ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 September 1953

Thursday Sept 10 1953 The battalion is proud of A Co for their outstanding record of no AWOLs DRs or court-martials for the month of August. The record shows a high degree of team work throughout the company. The com­ pany was given a holiday last Saturday as a reward. Lt Aubi'ey Butler has been hand­ ling so much movie equipment lately that his office resembles an annex of RKO. Pvt Donald S Brown left to at­ tend the Message center course at the NCO Academy for three weeks. H&S CO The Recon Platoon is starting its fifth week of individual training under Lt Robert Barnes and SFC Richard Kaput. After com­ pletion of eight weeks of this train­ ing the platoon will begin their )asic unit cycle. The mortar pla- (oon left early this week for a few days training at North Fort Hood. There they will train with the mortar platoon of the 702nd AIB. Sgt Billie Parker added anoth­ er rocker to his sleeve last week and Pvt Bobbie Oliver received his first stripe. PFC Edward Schumm left for t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 September 1953

Page Eight 501st Repl. Co. During the past week Lt. Tal- madge Gladson our I&E Officer received a High Excellent in his presentation of Command Confer­ ence hour. Our volleyball court has been completely reconditioned for the oncoming season. 70r 4III 701AIB MED DET Cpl Gerald W Lucas has just re­ ceived the "Commendation Rib­ bon with Medal Pendant" for mer­ itorious service in Korea. Sgt Edmund Zehel and Pvt Dana W Walker are temporarioy leaving us in order to attend Sup­ ply school at the NCO Academy. Pvt Richard Kendrick is going to remain with this unit instead of transferring overseas as origin­ ally believed. George Hausman has been reassigned to the 47th AM BB Charlie Co. He is now performing Pharmaceutical duties in the Di­ vision Trains Dispensary. Training is currently in its fifth and next to last week. Training includes everything from reading a thermometer to CBR classes at the Gas Chamber. HQ & SVC CO The company received a high mark on the Command Inspection ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 September 1953

A Thursday Sept. 10. 1953 Legal Directory A.I NEIL E. CLINKENBEAiy Attorney at Law Bradley Bids. Killeen Ph. 1»6 TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at L*w Ratllff Bldg. Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Killeen PERSONALS B-9 tiAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DRINK- ing problems? For help write Alcoholic Anonymous. Killeen P.O. Box 607 or call 3383. SEED RIDE TO CALIFORNIA THE First week in September. Will share the driving duties and or expenses. Desti­ nation vicinity of San Francisco. Con­ tact M. T. Kubin phone Fort Hood 43186. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C.1 160 Rental Units Superior furniture Trustworthy dealing All Apartments Have Attic Fans Clothes Lines Garbage Cans Stoves Refrigerators. FAIRWAY PARK DEVELOPERS INC. 1700 Walker Drive (Between East Gate & Walker Village Gate) Phone 3271 KILLEEN 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 and Wall Furnace TWO BEDROOM 67.50 Un...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 September 1953

Page Ten Z$at AX 8. OftWAftft BX HQ This past week another staff member Lt Thomas Husselman has been separated from the Army. Lieutenant Husselman plans to attend Indiana University this se­ mester. Lt Wilber McPherson has join­ ed this unit as the new S-2. He comes from Baker Co of this bat­ talion. A CO Lt John Caldwell and WOJG Harold Olive have left the com­ pany to become civilians. Mr. Olive has 18 years in the service and be­ fore coming back to finish his career he is going to take a va­ cation. During the past week the com­ pany received two new officers Lts Richard Hardesty and Theo­ dore Merrill Jr. Sgt Randolph Hailey is enjoy­ ing his 30 day re-enlistment leave in Galveston. CO The company commander has picked up a new nick name Lt Charles "Proper" Stampley. SFC Juan Ramirez joined this company this week. Thirty five men were transfer­ red to the 27th AFA. Pvts Schultz and Williams axe at­ tending school at Camp Chaffee Ark. They are attending the Auto­ motive Mechanics...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 September 1953

VOL. 1 No. 36 Sergeant Jones was awarded the Bronze Star for distinguished serv­ ice while serving with the 45th In­ fantry Division in Korea. The cita­ tion reads: "Continued application to the tasks at hand coupled with notable conscientiousness and de­ termination enabled Sergeant Jones to maintain the combat ef­ fectiveness of his organization at a consistently high level. He dis- »ith iarged his critical responsibilities marked sincerity intelligence and outstanding administrative ability." Sergeant Jones served as first sergeant of Co. C 189th Infantry Regiment of the 45th Infantry Di­ vision in Korea from September 1952 to June 1953. A native of Kins- SEMI-FINAL STAGE HIT IN CONTEST Tomorrow the preventive main­ tenance "Driver of the Month" contest reaches the semi-final stage when the various major commands of* the Post and the 1st Armored Division select their best drivers from which "The Driver of the Month" will be chosen next week. Sunday night marks the opening of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 September 1953

Page Two PIO A time-honored supersti­ tion that the "Dog Days" of a summer's end have something to do with mad dogs and rabies was dispelled today by Lt. Col. Jon P. Evans 1st Armored Division Sur­ geon. But it's always a good idea to be on guard against the disease once the symptoms have develop­ ed it is almost 100 percent fatal. "The belief of many people that the danger of contacting rabies in the fall is greater than at any oth­ er time is responsible for the ad­ age 'Dog Days' Colonel Evans said. "The 'Dog Days' of August and September are usually the hottest time of the year in this section of the ocuntry and early residents connect rabies with the intense What A Coincidence DENVER Colo. Sergeant Mar­ vin W. Dye of Fulton Mo. leaned back on his bed at Fitzsimmons Army Hospital and started to spin a yarn for other soldiers in the ward. It was one of those heart-rend­ ing World War II stories about the rescue of a badly wounded and destitute Polish boy from almost certain death...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 September 1953

Thursday Sept. 17 1953 Gomez :No. IN "l THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday September 17 No. 1—"Little Boy Lost" Bing Crosby. Nicole Maurey No. 3—"The Great Jesse James Raid" Willard Parker Barbara Payton No. 4—"Pony Soldier" Tyrone Power Cameron Mitchell Thomas No. 5—"The Lusty Men" Robert Mitchum Susan Hayward Arthur Kennedy NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—As You Like It BRIGADE AVENUE—OrGjan Melodies 162nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—Color Slides of all Nations. Friday September 18 No. 1—"Little Boy Lost" Bing Crosby Nicole Maurey No. 3—"A Lion Is InOTie Streets" James Cagney Barbara Hale No. 4—"Combat Squad" John Ireland Lon McCallisler No. 5—"Slaves Of Babylon" Richard Conte Linda Christian NORTH FORT SERVICE CLUB—As You Like It BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Oh! Susana Dance 162nd ST. SERVICE CLUB—Dance. Saturday September 19 No. 1—"The Great Jesse James Raid" Willard Parker Barbara Payton No. 3—"Pony Soldier" Tyrone Power Thomas Gomez 4—"The Royal African Rifles" Louis Hayward Veronica Nurst 5—"Melba" ...

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

Page Four General Matthew B. Ridgway 'Unqualified Support' Promised To Men And Women Of Army WASHINGTON—General Matthew B. Ridgway addressed the follow­ ing message to men and women of the Army after he was sworn in as Army Chief of Staff: "TO* THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE ARMY: "Upon being sworn in as Chief of Staff United States Army I thought it appropriate to address brief remarks to the small group of distinguished guests present at the ceremony. In fact however I was speaking not to them alone but also to all of you—both in and out of uniform—wherever you may be stationed. The remarks were these: "When the President transmitted to the Congress his plan for re­ organizing the Defense Department which plan has since become law he emphasized two essential objectives—the maintenance of demo­ cratic institutions and the protection of the integrity of the military profession. "The first is clear. It means in my case service under the direct personal command of a distinguished civilian o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 September 1953

(Thursday Sept. 17 1953 SGT. HIROSHI MIYAMURA Japanese-American soldier recently released by the Reds in Operation Big Switch learns from Brig. Gen. Ralph N. Osborne that he has won the Medal of Honor for killing more than 60 of the enemy in a single-handed fight against the Reds in April 1951. Announcement of the award was held up until his release because the Army feared reprisals against him as a prisoner. ROCKETS WIN TITLE TORONTO Sept. 15 UP) The Fresno Calif. Rockets won the women's world softball champion­ ship last night with a 2-0 victory over the Orange Calif. Lionettes world softball champions for three years. WINS CLIMBING TITLE LACONIA N. H. Sept. 15 UP) Veteran John Martinolich of Port­ land Ore. won the national Class motorcycle hill climbing cham­ pionship in both expert divisions today in record time at Belknap recreation area. 1950 CHEVROLET Deluxe two door. Heater. A new cor trade in. Nice and clean. .. 1952 MERCURY Two door sedan radio heater. Over drive. Extra n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 September 1953

I I success. 4i mm Thirteen Teams To Appear Here Preparations for the 1953 Fourth Army Softball Tournament are in the final stages this week as the opening round of the season's finale draws nearer. This years anual event is being held here at Fort Hood from Sep­ tember 21st through the 26th with teams from 13 installations enter­ ing the competition. All contests will be played at Hood's Leise and Gilliland fields. This double elimination affair will get under way next Monday with last years champion Brooke Army Medical Center already tab­ bed as one of the favorite. Other teams sporting solid en­ tries in this years tourney are Fort Bliss Fort Sam Fort Sill William Boemont Red River Arsenal San- dia Base White Sand Le Roy John­ son Camp Polk the Army-Navy Hospital at Hot Springs BAMC Killeen Base and the host Fort Hood. Most of the teams competing are expected on Saturday although a few may not arrive until Sunday morning. Officials also state that Sunday evening at 7 p.m. there w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 September 1953

Thursday Sept. 17 1953 iipliiiiiiipi .. THE KEY TO THE "TANKERS" SUCCESS this season may be the all around play of halfback Johnny Champion. Champion has been hampered by a bad leg this season but it is hoped that he will be ready to go full time Saturday night against Prairie View A&M. This game will be the opening game for Fort Hood and Prairie View will field a team that last year won the Southwest Athletic Conference title. (U.S. Army Photo by Kuritzky.) AL0N6 THE SIDELINES Tomorrow night the 1953 Fort Hood football team will receive its baptism as coach Jim Lans- ford's "Tankers" play host to the Purple and Gold Panthers from Prairie View A&M in the season opener for both clubs. Lansford's crew really has its work cut out for them as the visiting clu~ is none other than the National of NITI'1952UniversitiesChampions O as well as the holders of the Southwest Con­ ference crown. Fifteen men are back this fall including All American end Char lie Wright as coach W. J. Nicks...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 September 1953

Page Eight HQ BTRY Corporals Marvin West and Doug­ las McLellan. are spending fifteen- dau leaves at home. SFC Bobby Dollar and Pvt Ar­ chie Isaacs were called home on emergency leaves. The 73rd AFA Bn is back in camp after spending two weeks in the field. Sgt Robert W. Wolff has taken over first sergeant reliev­ ing SFC Harrison Casto who has .gone to the Company Motor pool. A BTRY Pvt Gerald Williams has been assigned to this organization. Pvt Frank Miller is now as­ signed to Btry. Sgt Leonard Cournoyer has taken over the job as first sergeant of this battery. He re­ lieved SFC Wilbert Felfe. Pvt Don Adams has return­ ed from the 4006th ASU Fourth Army Chemical Defense School at Capital Remarks: Fort Sam Houston. He is now on TDY the School Detachment. Pvt Junior R. Tompkins has re­ turned from TDY there. SFC Irvin Moricle is in the hospital. Pvt Bruce Boudreaux is on a fifteen day leave. BTRY Lt James Jacobs will replace Lt Kenneth Morris. Lieutenant Morris will be relieved from...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 September 1953

Thursday Sept. 17 1953 Legal Directory A*l NEIL E. CLINKENBHARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldfc. Killeen Ph. 186 TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at L*w Ratliff Bids. Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Killeen ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST FOUND B-8 LOST—IN WALKER VILLAGE—2 ~TRI- cycles. One 12 inch wheel and one 16 inch wheel. Roth Red and white with smaller one missing on rubber hand grip. Contact Captain Bryant. Killeen 10223 or Fort Hood 517. RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED C-l 160 Rental Units UNF FURN 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom 65 80. 75 95. Best location Excellent service Superior furniture Trustworthy dealing All Apartments Have Attic Fans Clothes Lines Garbage Cans Stoves Refrigerators. FAIRWAY PARK DEVELOPERS INC. 1700 Walker Drive (Between East Gate & Walker Village Gate) Phone 3271 KILLEEN 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 and Wall Furnace TWO BEDROOM 67.50 Unfurni...

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