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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 February 1954

Page Eight 634th Armored Infantry Bn HQ CO Field work is the order of the day for the battalion. For the next few weeks the battalion will be occupied with battalion tests. Maj. Albert V. Jones who recent­ ly transferred to the battalion is TO THE BITTER END now in charge of the S-3 section. Sgt. Robert Kasper received or­ ders for separation from the serv­ ice. Ronald Barnett and Gil Martinez received promotions to corporal. The battalion basketball learn now has a 15-2 record. With a few new players in the lineup the team is rolling. E. B. Robertson & S Co unit administrator recently received a promotion to CWO. Lt. Henry Hoffman has left the company to assume duties of com­ manding officer of A Co. Lt. James S. Moore has been as­ signed to this company and will assume the duty of mortar platoon leader. Sgt. Frank Head has left the company for truckmaster school at Fort Eustis Virginia. Transferring to the 4005th ASU SEE OUR TREASURE TROVE OF GIFTS Fairway Park Ser. Sta. City ...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 February 1954

Thursday Feb. 4 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory PERSONALS 8-9 BABY SITTING. YOUNG MOTHER WILL care for your children in her home days or evenings. Phone 7S31 Killeen. 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 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 RENTALS ROOMS C-5 FOR RENT: HIL-VUE MOTEL TEMPLE. A-t "neil b7~clinkenbeard Attorney at Law...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 February 1954

Page Ten 13th Tank Battalion HQ CO Headquarters moved out to the field Monday and battled the sage­ brush and the climate until late Thursday nite. Several new men joined the com­ pany this past week and many of them had to travel to the field to get acquainted. When the company returned to the area Thursday night they found that the dayroom miracle had finally transpired. The TV set was not only installed but it was working. This will be a great boom to many of the men. A CO Sgt. Refugio Mercado has re ceived his orders for transfer to the 4005th ASU for discharge. Ser­ geant Mercado served in the capa­ city of tank commander during the seven months that he was assigned to the company. Pvt. Billy Dunn and Pvt. Richard Schempf have returned from schools. PFC Troy Childs was granted a 10-day leave due to death in the family. Private Childs comes from Banks Arkansas. CO The company spent four days in the field this week and returned CO S A E S E I ktfeckweK/ Don't trust your precious ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 February 1954

Jw" \t' VOL. 2 No. 6 The 'Sentinel' To Give Away $50 In Prizes $50.00 in prize money will be giv­ en away to the six lucky winners in the Armored Sentinel's new readership survey which gets un­ derway in this issue of the Sentinel. All you have to do to have a crack at the prize money is fill in the blanks on the questionnaire found on pages 5 and 8 and then either hand carry your entry to the Sentinel office mail it or send it through message center. Lady luck will determine the winners in this contest not writing- ability or the number of correct answers. All questionnaires turned in to the Sentinel office will be laced in a hopper. The winners -ill be selected at a public drawing that will be held at a later date. The first name drawn from the hopper will receive a $25.00 cash prize. Five other names will be drawn and these will each receive a $5.00 award. If you are in the krrrfcd services stationed at Hood or a civilian employee that works on the Post or a member of the family ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 February 1954

Page Two For Best Effect The bruising power of the Unit­ ed States Army demands coopera­ tion. Cooperation between units of the same command. Cooperation be­ tween major commands. Coopera­ tion between the striking arms of any army infantry and armor. Cooperation between the rifleman the tanker and the artilleryman. But these are all components of one of the most powerful ground Airmen Army Recreational Programs Boost Efficiency And Morale "The Army has learned that what the soldier does with his free time has a direct effect on his efficiency as a soldier" claims Maj. Blair C. Minthorn Special Services Officer of the 1st Armor­ ed Division. "It figures that money put into its athletic and recreational pro­ gram is wisely invested" he adds. During 1953 more than 5000 soldiers at Fort Hood participat­ ed in organized sports contests among the eighteen battalions of the 1st Armored Division. "These men were making whole­ some use of their time" Major Minthorn said. "Any projects we (C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 February 1954

Thursday Feb. 11 1954 THEATERS SERVICE ROLLER SKATING Cen-Tex Most Modern Skating Rink Gay's SKATELAND American Legion Park Ph. 1058 CLUBS MESSES Thursday Febuary 11 No. 1—''Ride Clear Of Diablo" Audie Murphy Dan Duryea No. 3—"She Couldn't Say No" Robert Mitchum Jean Simmon* No. 4—"It Ehould Happen To You" Judy Holliday Peter Lawford No. 5—"Money From Home" Dean Martin Jerry Lewis 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—"Who Am I" Quiz ACADEMIC DRIVE SERVICE CLUB—Ping Pong NORTH FORT HOOD SERVICE CLUB—What's My Name BRIGADE AVENUE SERVICE CLUB—The "B" Game Friday February 12 No. 1—"Ride Clear Of Diablo" Audie Murphy Dan Duryea No. 3—"It Should Happen To You" Judy Holliday Peter Lawford No- 4—"Duffy Of San Quentin" Louis Hayward Joanne Dru No. 5—"Queen Of Sheba" Leonora Ruffo Gino Cervi 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Lincoln Party ACADEMIC DRIVE SERVICE CLUB—Birthday Party NORTH FORT HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Lincoln Party BRIGADE AVENUE SERVICE CLUB—Lincoln Dance Saturday February 13 No. 1—"She Couldn't Say N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 February 1954

Page Four Club members not desiring to attend the. buffet are invited to the cook the GAS ATTENTION: tea* 's Tactical Teaser "TODAY'S TACTICAL TEASER" a series of tactical problems will be presented periodically in the "Armored Sentinel." Each problem in the series (whether about infantry tank or reconnais­ sance tactics or a combination thereof) should be of interest to every man who holds or aspires to hold a position of combat leadership regardless of his branch. You're a commander of a tank platoon which is part of an armored force withdrawing northwest before an enemy force which has you outnumbered. Your platoon is given the mission of executing maxi­ mum delay on the enemy in his attempt to cross the unfordable RAMBLER RIVER in the vicinity of Point C. Here are the orders your company commander gives you! "IT IS VITAL FOR YOU TO HOLD THIS POSITION AS LONG AS YOU POS­ SIBLY CAN SO OUR FORCES CAN REGROUP FURTHER TO THE NORTHWEST. IF IT COSTS EVERY TANK YOU HAVE HOLD!" You figur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 February 1954

Thursday Feb. 11 1954 17th Armd. Field Artillery j^Q BTRY I attend a radio repair course while Welcome to Privates Derek Rush- Pvt. John Lesher will be attend- forth and Chumbly who ing the leadership course have recently joined the battery .Loads of luck to Privates Lin- vell A. Cox and John L. Danielson Nvho will attend the clerk typist /school at the NCO Academy. PFC Thomas E. Johnston will 4th TANK MED DET The Medical Detachment is now spending its first week at North Fort Hood and the men seem to like their new home. Cpl. Charles Stone is leaving the detachment to receive his dischar­ ge. He spent 16 months in Korea as a medical' aidman. A CO William Hatcher now a civilian returned to Fort Hood last week to marry Evie Keiss. 15 CO Sgt. Raymond Hare a mem­ ber of the 1st Armd Div Tank Infantry Team has returned from Camp Chaffee. Cpl. Charles Morris has taken a five day emergency leave to be with his wife during an emer­ gency operation. Lt. Roy Hardison Jr. has re turned from t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 February 1954

mw Tankers Continue Tough Loop Slate The Fort Hood basketball squad continues it's home stand this week­ end as they entertain Fort Sam Houston at the post sports arena on Friday and Saturday in a cru­ cial Fourth Army twin bill. After returning last Monday from a disastrous road trip fo Fort Sill the "Tankers" opened a seven game home stand against Brookes Army Medical Center Tuesday and' Wednesday evenings. Given a short layoff today coach Ken Koop's hard working cagers now get set to meet the potent "Rangers" in an all important two game series this weekend. Fort Hood split with the visitors during their last outing as they von a 73 58 decision after drop­ ping their .reason opener 63-48 at San Antonio over a month ago. However to darken the picture the fans are reminded that since that opening series the Tanker squad has lost two of its starters as both -Nelson Manzanares and Joe Bertling have departed. Fans may also be disheartened because of Hood's unimpressive record as it no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 February 1954

c? li I Thursday Feb. 11 1954 Four members of the Fort Hood Golden Gloves Boxing Team cap­ tured individual class titles in the Regional Golden Gloves Tourna­ ment which ended Monday night at Brownvvood as the Fort Hood team took its third consecutive team title. The titles won by members of the Hood team were in the light­ weight middleweight light heavy and heavyweight classes and the four champions of this Golden Glov­ TODAY'S SPECIALS 1951 Studebaker Convertible radio and heater overdrive. One owner low mileage. Pric- $1050. 1951 FORD Convertible. radio and heater Fordoniatio. One owner and priced at only $1095. 1952 PONTIAC 8 cylinder one own­ er. A Rood morale boost­ er. Drive this one home to the family 1950 PONTIAC Radio and heater hydro matic. There Is none cleaner. Start that trip today. This car is ready TOMECEK 1 •Qutkoriyed ontlac ff aalsr TEMPLE—KILLEEN 46 ki- 2 our Hood Fighters Capture egional Bouts In Brown wood es Region will compete in the Tex­ as finals to be hel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 February 1954

Page Eight 61st Engineer Battalion HQ co The following named men were recently discharged from the ser­ vice after serving their enlistments. They are Sgt. Larry Payne and Cpl's Wilbur G. Schroeder Billy G. Smith and John M. O'Dell Two men went on leave last week. After his thirty day re- enlistment leave Cpl. James Pier­ ce will return to duty. PFC Ed­ ward Clement is now visiting rela­ tives on a 15 day leave. CO During the week Co has been building up with officers and en­ listed men. We wish to welcome tie following officers to the com­ pany Lt. James A. Dalthorp and Lt. Clarence Hutchison. SFC Arven C. Olp has just re­ turned from a 15 day emergency leave from his home in Fond Du Lac Wisconsin. 578th Eng Co Dropping but two points out of 120 in three stages of sustained fire PFC Carl E. Valentine con­ tinued his sizzling pace to score 249 of a possible 260 points in re­ cent company carbine record fir­ ing on Pilot Knob range. Capt. Alex P. Digges Jr. company com mander recogni...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 February 1954

ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGALS FINANCIAL Legal Directory A1 INSURANCE F-3 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bids. Killeen Ph. 1861 PERSONALS 8-9 BABY SITTING: YOUNG MOTHER WILL care for your children in her home days or evenings. Phone 7S31 Killeen. RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED C-1 MARLBORO HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS INC MARLBORO HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS INC MARLBORO HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS INC MARLBORO HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS INC MARLBORO HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS INC MARLBORO HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS INC MARLBORO HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS INC MARLBORO HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS INC MARLBORO HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS INC 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 57.50 Unfurnished 57.50 Unfurnished 57.50 Unfurnished 57.50 Unfurnished 57.50 Unfurnished 57.50 Unfurnished 57.50 Unfurnished 5...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 11 February 1954

Page Ten CO 1st Tank Battalion HQ CO Several new men were assigned to the company the past week. They are Privates Arthur D. Jack­ son Charles E. Arbuckle Stuart K. Reeves Linus L. Humbert Jam­ es I. Maines Jr. and Laurence W. Bushway and SFC George Spiv- ey and SFC Eldon J. Wright. Returning from leave were Cpl. Chester I. Hunter and Cpl Ale- j.toyce Cooper and Dudley J. Du- frene. PFC Henry L. Bertolino was transferred to the 634th Armd Inf Bn. Reporting to the NCO Academy were PFC's Armance Broussard Rafael Carrasco Gary Wolz and Millard Murray. Clearing the Company.- for the 4005th are PFC Vincent DiMaria and Pvt. John Wichern. PFC Lawless Williams is a fath­ er. His wife presented him with a baby girl last week. zm A.I8. HQ CO Sgt. Bernard Quinn company TI&E NCO left this week for Mon­ roe La. where he is being as­ signed in an advisory capacity to the National Guard of that state. Sgt. Albaro Paniagia battalion courts martial clerk is leaving for Civilian Component duty at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 February 1954

•i VOL. 2 No. 7 SS Men of the 1st Armored Divi­ sion Artillery's Battery "B" 27th Field Artillery Battalion have a mess steward whom they swear by not at! Comments like "best chow I ev­ er ate" and "Makes me want to spend the rest of my hitch here" come quickly from men of the bat­ tery when questioned as to the palatability of the food placed on their plates from the mess line. The object of this affection is SFC Harry Gloth of Sedalia Mo. mess steward who specializes s* I giving soldiers of his unit the „Jod they like most cooked to just the right turn and in plenti­ ful quantities too. "Why the men think so much of Sergeant Gloth says M-Sgt. Jack Williams "B" Battery's first ser­ geant "they come around asking if there is anything they can do to help fix the place up." Hood Ski Team Now Competing In Jump Meet Fort Hood's ski jumping team breathed the frosty New England air today as he waxed his hard­ woods. PFC Terry Tyler the one-man squad went on leave early this week to compet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 February 1954

Page Two Army Reg Eliminates Unit Administration By CPL. RICHARD E. SNOW USA Washington (AFPS) Under new Army realignment program the warrant officer specialty Unit Administrator (MOS2123) will be eliminated. The move is part of the Army's drive to restore more prestige and responsibility to the NCO. Warrant officers have been giv­ en the administrative function with infantry companies since 1948. 4005fhASU ENL0ET Arriving from the Corps in Korea M-Sgt. L. E. Buchanan was assigned as the Training NCO for this Detachment. He served with the 145th FA Battalion. M-Sgt's James R. Hill Philip G. Bailor Raymond C. Denham Frank G. Hardin Walter H. Phil­ lips Frank D. Sprout Joseph Fox Percy Morse Michael N. Swetnam Clifford Webb and SFC Alfred Cas­ tile were appointed by the CO as the Senior NCO Council. Last week was the scene of fif­ teen promotions as Joe G. Gibson Billy J. Maxwell and Dwain E. Wallis received corporal chevrons. Sewing on their first stripe were Pvt's Harley H. Gunderso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 February 1954

Thursday Feb. 18 1954 *M0 W THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday February 18 No. 1—"Beat The Devil" Humphrey Bogart Jennifer Jones No. 3—"The Nebraskan" Phil Carey Roberta Haynes No. 4—"Taza Son of Cochise" Rock Hudson Barbara Rush 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Birthday Party ACADEMIC DRIVE SERVICE CLUB—Ping Pong NORTH FORT HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Ping Pong BRIGADE AVENUE SERVICE CLUB—Card Toss Friday February 19 No. 1—"Beat The Devil" Humphrey Bogart Jennifer Jones No* 3—"Taza Son of Cochise" Rock Hudson Barbara Rush No. 4—"Riot In Cell Block 11" Neville Brand Robert Osterlah 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Hearts Dance ACADEMIC DRIVE SERVICE CLUB—Hillbilly Night NORTH FORT HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Jam Session BRIGADE AVENUE SERVICE CLUB—Patriotic Dance Saturday February 20 No. 1—"The Nebraskan" Phil Cary and Roberta Haynes No* 3—"Taza Son of Cochise" Rock Hudson Barbara Rush No. 4—"Top Banana" Phil Silvers Rosemarie 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Card Party CADEMIC DRIVE SERVICE CLUB—Talent Show ORTH FORT ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 February 1954

scheduled periodic mspeci to make all personnel of the post and division fire prevention conscious. But even with the top-level precautions taken the matter of pre­ venting fires is still largely a matter of individual effort. It's up to the individual—the private the corporal and the ser­ geant as well as the colonel and the general—to practice the essen­ tials of fire prevention. It's up to you to guard against the careless actions from which a fire may result- It's your money—and your life—that's at stake. 81st Reconnaissance Battalion MED DET Cpl. Johnnie Mercer left for over­ seas duty and Sgt. Rudolph Cooke for discharge. PFC Baker Clay broke his foot while playing basketball last week. A CO Assigned to the unit are SFC Del Briscoe Sgt. Jack R. Graves PFC Dan Rigney Privates Dabney Jus­ tus George Perry Frank Gotchy and John C. Williams. PFC Rig­ ney comes from Hq Company while the other men join us from other posts. Returning to civilian life were Sammy Himes former company c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 February 1954

Thursday Feb. 18 1954 7J }J*\-V MfcWfr HQ BTRY PFC Victor C. Webb has left to attend the Low Speed Operators course for about 12 weeks. PFC Raymond E. Lozier and Pvt Richard L. Walters have returned after attending the Low Speed Op­ erators course. SFC Azel Q. Lester Sr. has been transferred to Hq & Hq Det 336th QM Bn. Sgt. John W. Brown and PFC Billy F. Merrell have returned after spending their leaves at home. Pvt. John D. Guerin has been assigned from Camp Chaffee. Cpl. Hugh E. Steinhauer has gone to 4005th and is awaiting discharge. PFC Joseph S. Heidecker and PFC Stephen A. Klinck having spent a few days in the hospital are back. Cpl. Richard M. Wrobleski is at 4005th awaiting discharge. A BTRY PFC Richard S. Childs returned from the NCO Academy where he has been attending the non-com­ missioned officers course. Pvt. Hosea M. Wallis left for the NCO Academy to attend the clerk- typist course. PFC Glenn D. Jeff­ reys returned from leave and Pvt. Dexter C. Crossland has recei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 February 1954

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 February 1954

Thursday Feb. 18 1954 Beat Fort Sam 98-63 Friday The improved and now promis­ ing Fort Hood Tankers split their two game series with Fort Sam Houston this past weekend dump­ ing the visiting Rangers 98-63 on Friday night before suffering a 79- 63 setback on Saturday. Coach Ken Koop's home standing squad turned in one of it's finer performances of the season in the series opener as tremendous team­ work and uncanny shooting put them out in front from the start. However Fort Sam gained re­ venge in Saturday's finale by blast­ ing Hood viciously to snap a two game winning streak against a seemingly different ball club. Bill Showell sparked the Tankers in their impressive win Friday by hitting 20 points. "Goose" Orum was close behind with 19. The Rangers outstanding guard Bill Allison copped scoring honors tfor the evening however as the ormer North Texas State eager Allied 23 for the losers. Fort Hood started fast in that series opener Friday night by jump ing to an early 14-3 margin i...

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