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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 19 November 1953

Page Ten 81st Recon. Bn. MED DET This detachment was represent­ ed by Pvt. Ennio Irdi on last week's talent show where his sing­ ing brought credit to himself and this unit. Sgt. John Kovalichik recent­ ly arrived first sergeant has re­ ceived a commendation ribbon fro the Secretary of the Army for his outstanding service in Korea. Sgt. Vaughn Williams became a member of the detachment this week. HQ CO Another McDonald has joined this organization. Pvt. Dennis McDon­ ald transferred here from A Co. SFC George K. Addy mess ser­ geant will be leaving this week for Co. Pvt. Reuben Fussell Pvt. John Sergi and PFC Lenny Harber have left the company for E* can assignments. Others from this company on the same levy include Pvts. John Christ Norris Crump Bob Deppi John Mander Lyman Lambertus and Dick Dehrone. All will take 25 days furlough before reporting to the POE. Pvt. Johnnie Bollier has been re­ assigned to Camp Chaffee for the completion of his basic trianing. Privates Tred Tonski La...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 November 1953

VOL. 1 No. 46 Operation MUGWUMP a five- day maneuver which ended Fri­ day was pronounced a "very de­ cided success" Monday morning by Col. Alfred H. Hopkins com­ mander of Division Trains and maneuver director. Addressing approximately 22 of­ Judging in the November Crew of the Month contest is in full swing with tracked vehicles and their crews taking the spotlight in the current drive for the award. Competition in the contest has narrowed to five units: "C" Bat­ tery 2nd AAA M16 Halftrack "C" Co. 701st AIB &75 Personnel Carrier "A" Co. 16th AEB D-7 Bulldozer H&S Co. 61st Eng Bn D-7 Bulldozer and "D" Co. 13th Tank Bn M-48 Tank. The winner of the November con­ test will be named and congratu­ lated by the commanding general or his representative in December. The top crew of November will receive a cash award of $50.00 and three-day passes. The crew mem­ bers will divide their award equal­ ly except that individual awards will be limited to not more than $15.00 as prescribed ...

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

Page Two What is the Tank-Infantry Com­ bat Course? A number of answers satisfy that question. 1. It is the culmination of the 1st Armored Division's platoon phase of training 2. The course located near North Fort Hood carries a platoon of in­ fantry and a platoon of tanks through a series of combat prob­ lems. By Dec. 5 all tank and in­ fantry platoons in the Division will have run the course Maj. Robert A. Kennedy coordinator of the course says. 3. It is* an exercise designed to teach participants general combat principles which they must learn to apply instantly in certain situa­ tions. Two of these principles are that in open country tanks normal­ ly preceed the infantry and in weekend areas the procedure is re­ versed. 4. Perhaps most important the course is a means of instruction and a teaching medium for tankers and infantrymen at the platoon level. Cooperation and coordination be­ tween infantry tanks mortars and ROBERT A. KENNEDY 1 -ink A star-shaped mold is a good in­ vest...

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

Thursday Nov. 26 1953 fit Estst 42na Street I'uIIshea In thf Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas •very Thursday by the Temple !ales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and statement reflecte. in the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and under no circumstances are to he considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Pepartiiieni of Defense of the products of services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office. Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed For»es Press Service material and payers are authorized to reprint non-eopyrichted AFPS material without written perinlss on from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office O. Box 419. Temple. Texas. Subscription off post. $3 00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. All pi...

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

Page Four THE RIGHT SUIT... This Week's SCREEN "Wings of the Hawk" starring Van Heflin Julie Adams and Abbe Lane is set in Mexico and deals DESERVES^ A IJWRIGBTIMI sg $ Everyone's talking about that grand new WRIGHT hat. Designed by the country's outstanding stylists it's good looking & smart and economical too. Best of all IN Kit's Mirakal Waterproofed ... rain just S can't hurt its style or fit. ^Featuring brushed fur A Wfelts in choice of light jjj llgrey or tan. IT'S I A A I 4/ WATERPROOFED as advertised in ESQUIRE & Corner of Ave. at 8th St. jPHONE 10191 OPEN TILL 9g I Vi Block East of Post Office with the battles of the Federales and the Insurrectos with Heflin an American mining engineer caught in the cross-fire. Heflin remains neutral until the corrupt govern­ ment agents blow up his mine and kill his partner then he swings in­ to action. (Technicolor Universal Family- Adventure) "A Yank in the RAF" is a reissue with Tyrone Power and Betty Grable. It is the story of ...

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

4 Thursday Nov. 26 1953 Sports For All "Any officer who has command­ ed troops in combat has a great appreciation for sports and the benefits derived from participat­ ing in them" Lt. Gen. I. D. White ]ast week in lauding Army Special Services for conducting the world's largest sports program. "Sports" said General White who formerly commanded the Corps in Korea "help to make a soldier bold in spirit daring in enterprise resourceful and coura­ geous in carrying out his assigned duties. "A good soldier is an alert soldier who is well conditioned able to take it and dish it out. He is de­ pendable imbued with a will to fight and possessed with the capa­ city for teamwork. Sports develop (Hlln $9g it is Smith-Corona World's Portable} Teachers report that typing im­ proves a student's spelling punc­ tuation and grammar boosts marks! Start your boy or girl now on this fastest easiest-writing port­ able. Has 38 features plus full-size professional keyboard that makes touch-typing easy. Co...

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

The Tankers registered 11 first downs to seven for the Comets and also held an edge in passing with 11 completions in 34 attempts while BAMC could hit on only two of seven tries. The difference was in the Com­ ets' speedy ground game with Lit­ tman Fourth Army dash champ­ ion breaking loose twice on long scoring sprints. With the game barely undei^way in the first quarter Littmen took a handoff from Quarterback Roy Gonsalves went wide around his own left end md raced 35 yards down the sideline for the Comets first score. Benton Bumgarner big BAMC tackle added the extra point. Perry Samuels a Chicago Bear's draft choice who covered 100 yards in 9.5 seconds while at the Univer­ sity of Texas set up the score by turning left end for 29 yards on the Comets first play from scri­ mmage. The Tankers battled the home club to a standstill for the remain­ der of the half and trailed 7-0 at intermission. Halfback Johnny Champion's pret­ ty running took the kickoff up to the Brooke 42 following...

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

Thursday Nov. 26 1953 I 73rd Armored Field Artillery HQ BTRY Lt. William I. Morrow has been assigned tQ the battery from A Btry. PFC Marlyn O. Turner is spend­ ing a 13-day leave at home. PFC Roger E. Murray has re­ turned from the four week leader­ ship course at the NCO Academy and PFC Albert D. Figueiredo has left to attend the same course. Capt. Dwayne B. Edwards Bn Motor officer has left on a 15- day leave. Cpl. Andrew L. Williams PFC Arnold L. Shores and Pvt. William H. Root have returned to duty from 15 day leaves. Pvt. Charles W. Thomas has re­ turned from TDY to Camp Chaf­ fee where he attended mechanics course. SFC Milfred L. Lewis has been reassigned to the 4005th ASU where he will obtain an early release from the service to return to school. BTRY A Lt. Floyd E. Tellery and Pvt. Isidoro Gomez Gonzales have joined the battery this week. Lt. William I. Morrow former battery commander has been transferred to Hq. Btry. Cpl. Charles C. Vaughan Jr. has been transferred to the 4...

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

£9fc Page Eight A CO 701st Armored Infantry Bn HQ CO Privates Joseph Payne Wilbert Matherne Estaban Loya and John Albright have been promoted. The increasing cool weather around here served as an incen­ tive for Pvt. Harold Reiz to spend his furlough at Miami Beach. SFC Robert Charland joined the company following his return from overseas. Pvt. Richard Bowen draftsman and Pvt. George Houtz S 3 clerk are leaving for overseas duty. $5 Sgt. James E. Shatto has replaced SFC Tabler as company first sergeant. Sergeant First Class Tabler will take over the job of supply Sergeant. In the past week the assigned strength of A Co has increased. New aiTivals are M-Sgt. Donald L. Provencher and SFC George R. Maurice. Friday SFC James F. Monroe left to join the 11th Airborne Divi­ sion. NCO Academy HQ CO Cpl. Clemon Herrn is leaving the service Dec. 12th. Pvt. James Copeland took an emergency leave Nov. 17th to at­ tend the funeral of his uncle in Waco. PFC Jewel Freeman has left on an emergency ...

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

Thursday Nov. 26 1953 2nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery HQ BTRY Cpl. James W. Flowers motor sergeant was promoted this week. Pi'ivates Danny J. Becker and James R. Blankenship have bee assigned to this battery. Corporals Richard Gorman and Earl A. Osbourne began process­ ing prior to being transferred to the 4005th ASU Transfer Center this week. PFC Ralph E. Jackson is the new battalion mail clerk. BTRY Sgt. Servetus Neil's wife pre­ sented him with a five po^nd ten 2ND AAA AW BN ounce baby boy this past week. The infant was named Mick Neil SFC Jerry Wilson and Miss Tlie- Fresa Kingsberry of Killeen were married last week. PFC Porter Bell is to marry Miss Beatrice Love of Kinta Okla. in December. A BTRY The battery has been busy this past week preparing for the bat­ talion test which will take p.a-je in the second week of December. The recent practice proved to be very successful. Sgt. Earl R. Wallace joined the organization this past week. 702nd AIB HQ CO Corporals Bobbie Swafford Rob­ e...

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

Page Ten 1 4th Tank Battalion HQ CO Pvt. Bobby G. Simmons returned Sgt. Robert Absire and Pvt. Alex Private First Class this week. Keeling were home on three-day passes this weekend. Martin Almandinger was promot­ ed to Sergeant and Franklin Craw­ ford to Sergeant First Class. First Class. Twenty seven men from this unit were promoted to Private First Class this past week. Lt. Michael E. Speagel former Company commander has been transferred to Co of this battal­ ion. SFC Edmond Doeppe who was Meade has beeen transferred to Co C. SFC Edward Saunders Sgt. Wil­ liam Bennett and Corporals Ed Owens Auston Bradley and Jack­ ie Cox have been transferred to the 4005th ASU for separation. Sgt. Roger Beauregard has been assigned to this company from the 501st Repl Co. PFC Burzell Smith has gone to Camp Chaffee to attend wheel ve­ hicle mechanics school. Cpl. Billy Hayes Privates First Class Charles Erickson and James Graven and Pvt. Lee Teich were chosen as tank crew of the month for the 4th ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 November 1953

Thursday Nov. 26 1953 LEGALS EMPLOYMENT Legal Directory TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at Ldv/ Ratliff Bids Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Killeen NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 ANNOUNCEMENTS SPECIAL NOTICES B-5 FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCI ence by Mary C. Holloway YWCA Gym­ nasium Franklin Street and 26th. Waco. Texas 3:30 p.m. Sunday November 15. Public cordially invited. RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED C-l 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 Unfurnished 72.50 Stove & Refrigerator 87.50 Completely Furnished School Under Construction AN F.H.A. GOVT. APPROVED COLORED DEVELOPMENT Open 7 Days Weekly See or Call Rental Office Hwy. 190 Killeen FREE RENT Highway Terrace APARTMENTS BELTON Furnished & Unfurnished 2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. Central Heating Hardwood Floors New & Modern Furniture...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 November 1953

Page Twelve Joins Psywar Unit Espionage Expert Fort Bragg N. C. (AFPS) During WWII the quiet sergeant who sits behind a desk in the intel­ ligence section of the 6th Radio Broadcasting and Leaflet Group here was moving stealthily through the streets of Mecca—the for­ bidden city. Disguised as Moslem pilgrims Ladislaw Horowitz and two Brit­ ish officers were seeking three German agents who were stirring up a holy war against the Allies. The three Germans were "elimi­ nated." That was but one of the adven­ tures of SFC Horowitz soldier linguist art collector musician poet and former British espion­ age agent. Horowitz a native of Czechoslo­ vakia enlisted in the British Ar­ my when his medical studies at the University of Paris were inter­ rupted by the Nazi attack. In 1940 he became separated from his unit—an outfit specializ­ ing in sabotage—which was cover­ Thru Buses! NO CHANGE Between Contact Killeen Agent for full details! ing the British withdrawal to Dun- kerque. He managed to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 December 1953

VOL. 1 No. 47 Thirty-Five Beautiful Young Ladies Eloise Milam's world famous •'Melody Maids"—35 lovely to look and lovely to listen to young ladies from Beaumont will return to Fort Hood this weekend for a series of appearances in all of the service clubs and chapels here on Post. The "Maids" will arrive in Temple Saturday morning and a he a a a in this part of the state at 1 o'clock at the Veterans Hospital there. Their first performance here Leadership Class No. 33 Maj. Gen. William S. Biddle Di vision Commander told 81 grads Leadership Class Nr. 33 at the VXOIU Li Ap What th Academy Friday morning iat NCO's were "the foundation the division." Following the introduction by Lt. Col. Donald P. Boyer Jr. Assist­ ant Commandant of the NCO Academy General Biddle said that "the division needs NCO's badly and you are now qualified to fill the deficiency." General Biddle presented the Ho nor Graduate Award to Pvt. Nor Holidays Grant Early Release To 106 At Hood One hundred and six enliste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 December 1953

Page Two 1 WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT? The clean helmet liner sweat band in Mahlon Neely's right hand looked like the soiled one in his left only a few days ago. Mr. Neely made a recent suggestion to the Army Suggestion Program that dirty sweat bands be cleaned rather than thrown away as had been the practice. The Army adopted his idea is saving itself $7000 the first year of its adoption and Mr. Neely is $195 richer as a result. (Pictures accompanying this story are U.S. Army Photos by Ryan.) Army Arms Plant Stencilers Share Female Smear Problem WAHOO Neb. (ANF) The bomb and shell maker with inks and paints here at the Army's Ne­ braska Ordnance Plant has much the same problem as a woman with a tube of lipstick both try to ap­ ply the stuff without smearing. With women the problem vani­ shes with practice but unfortunat­ ely this parallel is not extended to the bomb and shell makers. They have discovered that applying let­ ter imprints on sleek steel cases is like trying to do a penmansh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 December 1953

Thursday Dec. 3 Council. ance. Maids. Numbers. Maids. Quiz. Lawrcncc. TV THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday December 3 No. 1—"War Arrow" Jeff Chandler Maureen O'Hara No. 3—"Second Chance" Linda Darnell Robert Mitchum Jack Pal- ance No. 4—"Those Redheads from Seattle" Rhonda Fleming Gene Barry Agnes Moorehead. No. 5—"The Charge at Feather River" Guy Madison Frank Lovejoy Helen Westcott. 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Charades NORTH FORT HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Quiz. ACADEMIC DRIVE SERVICE CLUB—Pingpong Tourney. BRIGADE AVENUE SERVICE CLUB—Slogan Guessing Games E. M. Friday December 4 No. 1—"War Arrow" Jeff Chandler Maureen O'Hara No. 3—"Wings of the Hawk" Van Heflin Julia Adams Abbe Lane. No. 4—"Those Redheads from Seattle" Rhonda Fleming Gene Barry Agnes Moorehead. No. 5—"Flight Nurse" Joan Leslie Forrest Tucker. 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—-Snowflake Dance .NORTH FORT HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Card Party Boxing TV. •ACADEMIC DRIVE SERVICE CLUB—Jam Session. BRIGADE AVENUE SERVICE CLUB—Candy Scramble...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 December 1953

Page Four 1A V& For kiddies who aren't up Christmas Eve to catch a glimpse of Santa and his reindeer an enterprising Texan is supply­ ing live reindeer to draw the col­ orful gent down the streets of Kil­ leen in the annual Christmas pa­ rade at 7:30 p. m. tonight. The 1st Armored Division Band mounted in more practical jeeps will represent Fort Hood in the yearly affair. A prediction has come from the retail trade committee of the Chamber of Commerce that the expected crowd will exceed 10- 000 people the majority of cour­ se holiday spirited youngsters. The real reindeer straight from Alaska will pull a sleigh and Santa through the recently paved down­ town streets and will probably wind up at the city hall for the annual Christmas party. A Christmas parade is always a thrill for the youngest genera­ tion because they get to see Santa Claus in all his benevolent glory. But for the local kids this year'? parade is a "must" because they will be able to see Santa's rein­ deer real...

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

hursday Dec. 3\ 1953 1 HflPEL CATHOLIC: Hospital Chapel Ward C-5 Mass Sun. 8:00 a.m. 50th Street Chapel Mass Sun. 9:00 a.m. Morning Mass Mon. thi-ough Sat. 7:15 a.m. Evening Mass Mon. through Fri. 6:00 p.m. Confessions Sat. 7:00 p.m. 37th Street West Chapel Mass 8:00 & 10:00 a.m. Confessions Sat. 3:00 p.m. Baptisms Sat. 5:00 p.m. Novena Tues. 7:30 p.m. 162nd Street Chapel Mass Sun. 11:00 a.m. Confessions Fri. 7:00 p.m. Brigade Avenue West Chapel Mass Sun. 11:00 a.m. North Fort Hood Main Chapel Mass Sun. 11:00 a.m. (Confessions before mass) Catholic Catechism Classes Bldg. 411 Sat. 9:30 a.m. PROTESTANT: Hospital Chapel (Ward C-5) Protestant Worship Sun. 10:00 a.m. Stockade Chapel Protestant Worship Sun. 9:00 a.m. Battalion Avenue East Chapel Protestant Worship .. Sun. 11:00 a. m. Sunday School Building 410 Sun. 9:45 a. 52nd Street Chapel Bible Class Sun. 10:15 a.m. Protestant Worship Sun. 11:00 a.m. Vespers Sun. (?:00 p. United Christian Fellowship Sun. 7:00 p.m. Episcopalian Com...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 December 1953

A Holiday Pause Knockouts and good boxing ter­ minated the 1953 boxing campaign in the Sports Arena Sunday night. James Pagers piled up more points for the league leading 25th Armd Inf Bn as the weekly boxing program was discontinued until Jan. 10. In the opening battle bantam­ weight Joe Lira fighting for the 2nd AA KO'd William Hudspeth in the third round. Lira rebound­ ed from last week's defeat at the hands of Marvin Lunsford to win the most outstanding boxer award by consistently outpunching Hud­ speth. Though outweighed by six pounds Lira soundly whipped Huds­ peth who represents the 336th Qm Bn. In the first of the evening's three- O el LOOKS LIKE BOB PAINTER doing a juggling: act as he was stopped at the Polk 35-yard line late in the third quarter by Herb Choenowitz Hawk halfback in last Saturdays' Tanker victory over the Polk gridders at Prichard Field. Also in on the play were Joe Riggi (73) Polk guard Bob Daniel (77) Tanker pivot-man and Oree Banks (67) Hood guard. Coming...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 December 1953

Thursday Dec. 0 1953 -jALONfi THE SIDELINES* By FISHER With the New York Giants upending the Philadelphia Eagles last Sunday 37 to 28 the Clevelaand Browns were given the Eastern Div­ ision title and now are waiting to see who they play for the league crown. The Browns had a close call before they beat the lowly Chi­ cago Cardinals 27 to 16 in Cleveland last Sunday. The Cards have a record of no wins nine losses and a tie that being with the Los Angeles Rams. In the Western Division the Detroit Lions are still roaring and now look like a sure thing. The Rams were upset by the Chicago Bears 24 to 21 and that leaves only the San Francisco 49'ers to bother the Lions. Both the Lions and the 49'ers have two comparatively easy games and are favored to end up with the 49'ers one game behind the Lions. If the Lions falter though the boys from Frisco will take quick advantage of it and win the right to meet the Browns for the league title. Though neither Chicago team has a chance to win anyt...

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