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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 January 1954

Page Eight 4th Tank Battalion HQ co The company morale has been extremely high since everyone is back from leave. Recon and mortar platoons have been running problems for the past few days and are really looking good. Five new EM have been assigned to the company this week. The company dayroom has been getting a face lifting for the past few days. It looks good thanks to the men who worked on it and the unit fund. The TV is still drawing a good crowd at night. Six men were promoted to PFC and two were promoted to corporal A CO PFC Paul Deeter and Pvt. Wal­ ter Gilland have departed and are now in transit to their next assign­ ment in EUCOM. SFC Hubert Corpening received his orders for FECOM. assignment Privates First Class Ray Cleland and Peter DiMarino and Privates Morwood Calvin and Frank Decern brino are now on 15 day leaves. CO The following have been trans­ ferred to the 4005th ASU for dis­ charge: SFC Thomas C. Link Cpl. Donald E. Kolenut and PFC Martin Smith. Sgt. Claude Sebe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 January 1954

Thursday Jan. 21 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONALS B-9 BABY SITTING. YOUNG MOTHER WILL care for your children in her home days or evenings. Phone 7831 Killeen. RENTALS RTMENTS. FURNISHED C-1 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 DEVELOPMENT COLORED 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 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom $59.50 Unfurnished $69.50 $67.00 Stove & Refrigerator $77.00 $79.50 Completely Furn. $94.50 Rental Offices Rental Office Mr. H....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 21 January 1954

Page Ten 317th Tank Bn HQ CO The following men of the com­ pany are about to be civilians: Sergeants First Class Austin Ne- grete John Davidson Sgt. Francis Frumento and Cpl. Dwine Dynes. Congratulations to Lt. John Gill on his recent promotion. WOJG Vernon Crain has been transferred to the 501st M. P. com­ pany. SFC Alton Brooks is now assign­ ed with the S-4 section of the bat­ talion. CO Lt. John C. Cahill has taken over the duties of company commander from Lt. John Gill soon to be dis­ charged. Lt. Heyward F. Galloway has re­ cently joined this company and has been assigned as platoon lead­ er. SFC Clyde T. Puryear has been transferred to the 4005th ASU and SFC Gorden J. Roberts will take over the duties of supply sergeant. CO Stacy Davis company clerk has been promoted to the rank of cor­ poral. Lt. Louis F. Jordan command­ ing officer was taken ill at his home last week. Don McNeill has a dentist friend who told him: "Making bridges is nothing compared with getting the patient...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 January 1954

VOL. 2 No. 4 At Fort Knox The Commanding General and ^^lirteen officers of the 1st Arm- Division will attend the 65th ^^Hnual convention of the United' ...^^States Armor Association to be held at Fort Knox tomorrow. Successor to the United States Cavalry Association founded in L885 .the Armor Association is de­ dicated to improving and fostering the spirit of the Armor branch of the Army the branch of mobile ground warfare. Main speakers at the convention will be Gen. Charles L. Bolte Vice Chief of Staff of the Army and Gen. Floyd L. Parks Commanding General of the Second Army. Attending from Fort Hood will be Maj. Gen. William S. Biddle 1st Armored Division and Fort Hood commander Col. Roy Las- setter Jr. Chief of Staff of the 1st Armored Division Col. James I. King commander of the 17th Ar­ mor Group Col. James B. Quill commander of Combat Command "A Col. Roy W. Cole Jr. Combat Command "B" commander Col. Alfred H. Hopkins commander of Division Trains Lt. Col. Lawrence V. Greene co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 January 1954

Page Two Receives Prizes LT. RICHARD E. CAVAZOS First Winner Named In PM Quiz Contest SFC Aldon T. Wise of A Co 634th Armored Infantry Battalion has been declared the winner in the first of a series of weekly preventive maintenance quiz con­ tests. Sergeant Wise was presented a $5 cash award and a one-day pass as a reward for his prize-winning entry Tuesday by Col. W. Cole Jr. commander of Combat Command "B." Honorable mention went to PFC John A. Thorns of Headquarters Company 504th Signal Battalion. Entries in the second of the contests are now being judged. Entry blanks for the third contest in the weekly series may be found in today's issue of the Armored Sentinel. Each separate contest consists of 25 questions of the multiple choice and true-false variety and an essay of 25 words or less on the impor­ tance of preventive maintenance. All entries in the quiz contest should be sent to the Judging Com­ mittee in care of the Public In­ formation Office Building 2225. Entries may be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 January 1954

Thursday Jan. 281954 Brasselle THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday January 28 No. 1—"The Glenn Miller Story" James Stewart June Allyson No. 3—"The Gambler and The Lady" Dane Clark "Yukon Ven­ geance" Kirby Grant Monte Hale No. 4—"Keys Of The Kingdom" Gregory Peck Thomas Mitchell No. 5—"Three Young Texans" Jeffery Hunter Mitzi Gaynor Keefe 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Who Dunnit? ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Dance Class BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Ping Pong NORTH FORT CLUB—Ping Pong Friday January 29 No. 1—"The Glenn Miller Story" James Stewart June Allyson No. 3—"The Long Long Trailer" Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz No. 4—"The Captain's Paradise" Alec Guinness Yvonne DeCarlo No. 5—"The Moonlighter" Fred MacMurray Barbara Stanwyck 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Show and Dance ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Jam Session BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Dance NORTH FORT CLUB—Games Saturday January 30 No. 1—"The Gambler and the Lady" Dane Clark "Yukon Ven- gence" Kirby Grant Monte Hale No. 3—"World For Ransom" Dan Duryea Marion Carr No. 4—...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 January 1954

Page Four It would be a near tragedy if the all-out no- quarter battle now in prospect in the Senate over amending the Constitution to curtail the President's treaty-making power should be allowed to develop. The effect of such a fight would be to divide the Senate sharply and disrupt its legislative schedule and to set the President squarely at odds with men upon whose co-operation the enactment of his pro­ gram depends. The outcome conceivably could be the addition to the Constitution of provisions whose effect for good or evil no one can forecast with cer­ tainty. But the thing that would bring the whole per­ formance nearest to tragedy is that the bitter deci­ sive fight would be between forces which have no real difference as to purpose but only as to method. If there was disagreement as to basic objective the situation would be different. There would then be reason for a last-ditch fight between contending forces. No such fundamental difference exists at least as between the a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 January 1954

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 January 1954

GIFTS Tankers Lose 75-49 Friday The Fort Hood "Tankers" dropped a pair of tough ball games at Camp Polk this past weekend in another Fourth Army doubleheader. The "Hawks" blasted Hood 75-49 in Friday's opener before winning 82-57 on Saturday. Outplayed from the start Hood's inexperience told the tale as the veteran Camp Polk team picked up early leads in both contests and remained out of trouble throughout the series. Brilliant shooting from the out­ side kept the host club in front with such outstanding boys as coach Don Houston from the Uni­ versity of Butler and Don Leone of Redley College California hitting with amazing consistency. A full court press also gave the visiting Tankers more than their share of trouble as the pesky Hawks kept Hood off balance during both onesided tilts. Friday night it was Polk's giant smoothworking center Norman Glick who opened the scoring for the winners by collecting a tip-in to produce a lead that was never surrendered. Jim Hill Tanker pivot man...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 January 1954

Thursday Jan. 281954 Former Colorado Ace Ken Koop a former Colorado University basketball star has tak­ en over the coaching reins of the Fort Hood "Tankers." The vacancy arose last week when "Chink" Jewell received his seperation from the service. Not a newcomer to hardwood circles this modest six foot four inch center has an outstanding ath­ letic background giving him more than "adequate" qualifications for his new role as coach. Koop began his cage career while istill attending high school back in 'Mitchell South Dakota. As a prep- ster Ken started his climb to bas­ ketball stardom by being named to the South Dakota All-State team during his senior year. However the soft spoken athlete did not confine his talents to bas­ ketball during high school as he competed in football and baseball SPORT SHIRTS-JACKETS SPORT COATS SLACKS Pajamas Robes Shoes All Reduced To Clear! REMEMBER! JUST A FEW DAYS LEFT! Buy Now! Save! Attention Dischargees! Come in and select your civilian clothing. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 January 1954

Page Eight Hq. Co. CC"B" HQ CO The company bids farewell to Lt. Col. Gerald H. Munn who trans­ ferred to Camp Stewart Ga. Departing for leaves were Chap­ lain Ralph T. Wootton Cpl. Car­ roll Washington and PFC James Patterson before reporting to the POE for reassignment overseas. PFC Pierre Eicher was trans­ ferred to the 141st Armed Sig com­ pany. The unit welcomes PFC William N. Billett who was transferred from the 2d AAA battalion. Corporals Joseph Miller Michael Pastore Edward Nolan and Rob­ ert Kind departed for the 4005th ASU to be separated from the service. 336 QM HQ. CO. The company welcomes WOJG Clyde F. Voigt who recently re­ turned to the U. S. after duty in the Far East. Mr. Voigt has taken charge of the battalion personnel section that moved into battalion headquarters. M/Sgt. J. D. Foster left this month for separation and has been replaced as battalion sergent ma­ jor by M/Sgt. Wilson N. Acton. You do not have to be present to win. Club members' name will be kept in ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 January 1954

'T)4g$£ V1_ Thursday Jan. 281954 HQ BTRY Wendell A. Powell Charles W. Thomas Frank Celentano James |M. Galbreath Edward A. Mauldin md Stephen A. Klinck have been promoted to private first class and James S. Davenport has been pro­ moted to corporal. PFC Stephen has been admitted to the hospital. The company wish­ es him a speedy recovery. Pvt. Robert J. Kinkelar has left on leave prior to being reassigned overseas. Sgt. Donald B. Johnson Cpl. Wil­ liam Farrington and PFC Richard E. Kocent are waiting for dis­ charge from the service. PFC Thomas C. Anderson and Pvt. William J. Fisher have left on leaves this week. SFC John P. Hansen has been assigned to this unit and will be battalion S-2 sergeant. tii) 4 BTRY Privates Hillard Dunbar Jr. and Paul H. Richards have received leaves prior to overseas assign­ ment. The following have been pro­ moted to private first class: Billy R. Briggs James H. Brosman John J. Christel Archie G. Holt Robert L. Humphreys George D. S he re an S Charles L...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 January 1954

Page Ten 35th Engr. Const Gp HQ CO Taking over the newly assigned duties of headquarters company first sergeant is M/Sgt. Fred A Kolojeski recently stationed in Korea. Sergeant Kolojeski and wife will reside in Killeen. Other new men are SFC Ken­ neth J. Krebs supply sergeant SFC Osie Nelson intelligence NCO SFC Walter C. Dick mes­ sage center Privates Kenneth C. Lawnicak personnel section Bern- abe Marldanado legal advisor and Ernest C. Vogt personnel sec­ tion. Leaving the company for the 4005th ASU is Pvt. Connie Stout. Playing good basketball for the company is Privates First Class Ronald Nail Donald Berry Jack Buehler Charlie Wigfall James Akins and Pvt. Jesse Jackson Also Sgt. Billy G. Draughon. Although they have not won any major victories the losses have been by a few points. Their am­ bition is worthy of attendance. 61st Eng Bn HQ CO. Three men are on fifteen day leaves. They are M-Sgt. Lanty G. Beecher who will join his wife in North Dakota and visit his par­ ents at Musk...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 January 1954

1 •*-3& *'lf* Thursday Jan. 281954 ik LEGALS Legal Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONALS B-9 BABY SITTING: YOUNG MOTHER WILL care for your children in her home days or evenings. Phone 7831 Killeen. RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED 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 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom $59.50 Unfurnished $69.50 $67.00 Stove & Refrigerator $77.00 $79.50 Completely Furn. $94.50 Rental Offices Rental Office Mr. H. W. Russell Killeen Phone 4175 Fhone 1041 Helton 1949 SUPER BUICK ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 28 January 1954

Page Twelve gieeid PRICE BUY IT AT FURNITURE MART 320 COIL INNERSPRING By Sealey Reg. $59.50 SALE $ OCCASIONAL CHAIRS OCCASIONAL CHAIRS Reg. Price Sale Price Reg. Price Sale Price 69.95 39.95 69.95 39.95 54.50 39.95 54.50 39.95 34.50. 29.95 34.50 29.95 24.50 19.95 24.50 19.95 The Prices Listed Here Are Good Only During This Sale BEDROOM FURNITURE 4 pc. Bedroom Blond Maple Double Dresser 2 NightTables-BookCase Bed $299.95 3 pc. Vanity Suit -Seafoam Mahogany Vanity Chest-P. Bed $367.50 3 pc. French Provential -Double Dresser 1 NightTable-Panel Bed $246.50 4 pc. Seafoam Mahogany Triple Dresser 2 NightTables Bookcase Bed $369.00 3 pc.GrayWalnut Double Dresser 1 NightTable-Panel Bed $197.75 2 pc. Solid Maple -Panel Bed 1 Night Stand Double Dresser $229.00 3 pc. Solid Mahogany by Hickory Double Dresser-Panel Bed-Chest $419.95 2 pc. Blond-Solid Wood -Modern Bookcase Bed Double Dresser $129.00 2 pc. Blond- Solid Oak -Modern Bookcase Bed $139.00 1 Chest-Blond-5 Drawers $ 69.00 a 095 LIVING R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 February 1954

Thursday Feb. 4 1954 TYLER—Born Dec. 23 1953 to Cpl. and Mrs. Vaylord Lavern Tyler. H&S Co 634th AIB Fort Hood a daughter Debra Lor­ raine. EAKINS—Born Dec. 23 1953 to Pfc. and Mrs. Dow Taylor Eakins Jr Hq Co 8460th AAU Killeen Base Killeen a son Michael Dow. GARNER—Born Dec. 24 1953 to Pfc. and Mrs. William Lance Garner Co B 123d AOMB Fort Hood a daughter. Mona Elaine. BOULAY—BCStn Dec. 24 1953 to Cpl. and Mrs. Jean Paul Boulay Hq Btry 2d AAA Bn Fort Hood a son Jean Paul Jr. DEWEY—Born Dec. 24 1953 to Pfc and Mrs. Alan Wesley Dewey Hq Co 123d AOMB Fort Hood a son Robert Alan. PRICE—Born Dec. 24 1953 to Cpl and Mrs. William Issac Price. Co A 701st AIB Fort Hood a son Gregory Frank. ALBRIGHT—Born Dec. 24 1953 to Sfc. and Mrs. Ernie Jack Albright H&S Co 4th MTB Fort Hood a daughter Linda Kathryn. STONEBARGER—Born Dec. 25 19o3 to O £DiilVuciV—ouin Sfc. and Mrs. Charles Wiley Stonebargrer Co C 634th AIB Fort Hood a son Charles Wiley Jr. DOUGHERTY—Born Dec. 2d 19o3 to Pfc. and Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 February 1954

Page Four ioo 42nd Street Editorial Of The Week Open Wed. Night Appointment only 405 Viz •'-V NAME: RANK: ORGANIZATION: Pntilshea in the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and *tatenunrs 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 of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products or 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 |»m Press and pavers are authorized to reprint non-copy righted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office. P.O. Box 419. Temple. Texas. Subscription off post *3.00 per year $...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 February 1954

Thursday Feb. 4 1954 81st Reconnaissance Battalion IQ CO Joining the company are Sgt. Samuel Jackson PFC Kenneth O. Walker and Pvt. Eddie O. Shelton. WOJG Roy L. Martin assumed the duties of unit administrator this week. Before assignment War­ rant Officer Martin was supply of­ ficer for Co. Leaving the company this week for separation are SFC Howard Culbertson Corporals Roger Mans- feldt Gregory Goumas Jr. Martin McDonald William Poortvliet Fred Schaffer and Robert Echel- berry. Sgt. William Coker and PFC Robert W. Coleman returned from 15-day leaves. A CO Sgt. A: C. Bishop and his crew were selected as Tank Crew of the Month for A Co. New personnel assigned to A Co are: M/Sgt. Delbert R. Downing Cpl. Charles Lipscomb Privates Linward Cunningham Bert Spence Manning Allsman Vernon Harry- man and Miguel A. Marrero. Recent losses to the company were: Sgt. Raul. Fernandez Jr. who was assigned to Co and Cpl. Neal Powell who is now at the 4005th ASU Trf Ctr awaiting dis­ charge. Pvt. Dan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 February 1954

Continue On Road Following Layoff Coach Ken Koop and his Fort Hood basketball team takes to the road this weekend when they journey to Fort Sill Okla. for a pair of crucial Fourth Army Contests with the "Cannoneers. This all-important doubleheader is slated to be played Saturday and Sunday nights instead of Friday and Saturday as has been the prac­ tice in previous conference affairs. An added attraction to this twin bill is the outstanding preliminary contest which has been planned as the Fort Hood WAC cage team will also make the trip and play their game prior to the meeting of the Tankers and Sill. Coach Duncan McCauley feels that his WAC team "is coming along in fine style and with one contest already played the girls should be ready to give their more experienced foe a tussle." Meanwhile Coach Koop feels that the short layoff enjoyed by the Tankers has given them enough time to iron out a few of the rough spots as well as gain some much needed rest. The Hood basketball team has...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 February 1954

Thursday Feb. 4 1954 Judo Exhibition Added Another outstanding fight pro­ gram was presented last Sunday night at the Fort Hood sports arena. Seven boxing matches and a judo exhibition match were part of the card that kept a capacity crowd cheering madly throughout the evening's entertainment. Over 2000 ardent fans jammed the sports arena to witness those thrilling events as battalion box­ ers performed before the largest indoor crowd recorded at Hood in recent months. A featherweight match between William Hudspeth of the 336th QMB and Carl Herring of the 27th AFA started off the evening's pro­ gram and their fierce demonstra­ tion seemed to set the pace for The Hooders haven't had a ball game since last Wednesday when they entertained Gary Air Force Base in a non loop affair at the post sports arena. Incidentally the visitors won 68-66 in a real heartbreaker for the Tankers. In battalion level basketball the 1st QM is still going strong as the pre-Christmas champs also remain unbea...

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