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

Lackland AFB Site Of Playoff Coach Ken Koop .and his Fort Hood Tanker basketball squad are scheduled to wind up the regular 1954 cage season this weekend before preparing to enter the Fourth Army Tournament March 22. Opposition for the Hood squad in the season's finale will be furn­ ished in the Texas State AAU Basketball Championship Tournament which is being held today through Sunday. Site for this important event will be the Lackland Air Force Gym at San Antonio with the winner and runner-up advancing to the Nation­ al AAU Tourney at Denver Colo. Entries in this outstanding meet have been received from such mili­ tary installations as Brookes Army Medical Center Fort Sam Houston and Lackland AFB. Independent teams entering the tournament are from Dallas Fort Worth the San Antonio YMCA and Houston while local colleges se­ lected are Weylan College South­ west Texas State College and West Texas State. Tournament rules limit the teams to only ten participants so in order to comply w...

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

$ ARMY&NAVY STORE 326 Ave. KILLEEN DRESS SHIRTS .. \. White dress shirts a must for Easter. French or regular cuffs your choice of collar styles. ALL WOOL FLANNEL SUITS One button Hollywood models in lat­ est young men's fashions. Extra Low Price! SPECIAL 2.95 .'3.95 '6.95 Suedes combinations and other latest styles. Also casuals and loafers. i) for J SLACKS For the largest selection of slacks in Killeen check this store for gabardines worsteds flannels tropicals and the latest snappiest up-to-date models. Special Purchase! fine 'Ny Ionized' SPORT SHIRTS Long sleeve rayons in checks pastels and whites. Killeen store only. *2.49 Other fine $^89 $C95/^ SHOES up //'L^ $J95 $1295 Attention Dischargees Come in and select your civilian clothes now! We will hold them until your discharge date all altered and ready to go at no extra cost. Come In Today! Complete Line of MILITARY GOODS UNIFORMS & ACCESSORIES Air Mattresses—Sleeping Bags—Cols ARMY&NAVY STORE "WHERE YOUR DOLLARS BU...

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

Page Eight E0j|&AKll!!! jgggggg^ Adams Food Store Allied Lumber Co. Avenue Cleaners Arnold Plumbing & Heating Barnett Real Estate & Insurance Bob eBarden's Army Store Castle Heights Apartments Carter Printing Co. Craig's News Stand Evans Flowers & Gifts Fabric Shoppe vr yv» -«v* I Hiil »wtaSB£252 E era ««l ffyi 5351 THE ARMORED SENTINEL .n LanBr- I 1 education. This Advertisement Sponsored By The Following Firms and Individuals Who Urge You To Visit Your Schools During Public School Week Halls Candy Vending Service Hickman's Ladies Shop Stokes Bros. & Co. Killeen Hardware Kangaroo Drive Inn Dr. S. Isdale Killeen Insurance Agency Kirk's Variety Store James H. Miller Humble Products Rogers Insurance Agency Shine Bros. Texaco Service Station &jryy v/v% •r\~ T" is ii 8 1? *==?t- A i**'/ PUBLIC SCHOOL From the one-room schoolhouse of 1854 to the modern educational plants of today from the little blue primer to the vast libraries of reference mate­ rial from "readi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 March 1954

Uirsday. March 4 1954 #«34th Armored Infantry 6n •*. NAME 1 Mk«v mnm *D*r4- Timor* _T Paill ill 3D DET A Donald Walker was recently signed to this organization as fctachment Commander. 'FC Floyd Norton was meritori- fly promoted recently. CO x. Albert C. Banks joined the pany. He has recently arriv- from Korea where he served the 25th Infantry Division in G-4 section. Mess Sergeant William (Bill) ton is with the S-4 Section as .L. sergeant londay A Co along with the rest the battalion will proceed to rth Fort Hood for 30-days train- in the field. his week the company acted as aggressor force for the 13th Tk The week also saw the de ture of Corporals Albert Palm- nd Hershell Ross for discharge he 4005th ASU O SFC Fred Harris aliu"riftuiu Pedro Mangual Guad Jamime Miranda-Perey Nelson Martinez Andres Colon-Mendez and Rafael Avila-Nieves are new members of- the company. Cpl. William Sayers is attending .chool at the NCO Academy. CO M-Sgt. Burton Douglas is now on a 15-day leave in New ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 March 1954

Page Ten 2ND AAA AW BN HQ BTRY Capt. Paul C. Kirchner bat­ tery commander has left the bat­ tery to attend the USAF Air Ground Operation School at South­ ern Pines N.C. Lt. Wilbur True has assumed the duties of battery commander in his absence. PFC Eugene Kuhns is attending the personnel management special­ ist school in Fort Benjamin Har­ rison. M-Sgt. Robert Stover has taken over the duties of TI&E NCO A BTRY The following named men are on TDY at Austin for the Livestock Show. SFC William Joyce Corpor­ als Hugh Boyle Harold Melerine PFC Emmitt Kittling PFC James Fleming and Pvt. Walter Bride­ well. Cpl. William Tatler was assign­ ed to 4005th ASU for separation from active duty. Sgt. Raymond Samars is to re­ port at Camp Kilmer for shipment to Europe. BTRY Sgt. John Williams and Cpl. Dwight Barnhart have been trans ferred from this battery and re assigned to the 4005th ASU for sep­ aration from the army. CBTRY SFC Bill Sigsbeen was promoted last week. Sigsbee is motor ser­ gea...

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

mm-r: • 1 v* tursday March 4 1954 !lst Reconnaissance Battalion [HQ CO Joining the Company this past I week was Pvt. James Mayo who 'returned from a tour of duty in Germany. PFC Manning Allsman and Hen- A. Kovarnik Jr. were assign- Jed duty with the personnel sec- ion. Privates James Tinsley Jr. and )el Binion were assigned duty vith the aviation section. SFC Willie Hudson was reassign­ ed to the 4005th food service Jchool and PFC Dawson Beavers left on a 20-day delay enroute and future duty at AFFE. PFC Robert Mayfield departed TDY to New York for six weeks lo attend the Armed Forces In- lormation School and PFC Dan loberts returned from the NCO Academy. WOJG Roy Martin returned this |veek from a five day leave. Mr. lartin was absent due to his lother's operation. Also returning from 15-day leave John Stigall. who visited his family PFC James Hartsfield depart­ ed this weekend on an eight day emergency leave due to his fath­ ers death. A CO •m I Welcomed to the company this week ar...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 March 1954

Page Twelve 578th Eng Co A dubious honor perhaps but what other company on post can top this unit's record of over one- third of its strength on separate rations? When Cpl. Robert Brennan's wife joined him recent­ ly at his new home in Belton he swelled the ranks of the married contingent to 45 against a company strength of 133. Pvt. Reginald C. Bates of Meri- drr. Conn. who recently complet­ ed cook's school at Ft. Dix has joined our culinary staff. PFC William R. Hardin left last week for 10-day emergency leave at his home in Inez Ky. Pinch- hitting as mail clerk during his absence is PFC Lawrence B. Sie- gal company clerk. Sgt. Willard Maltbie has replac­ ed SFC Foster H. Willis as unit TI&E NCO with PFC William R. ONE STOP simcEi NAME: RANK: ORGANIZATION: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. The Generator should be serviced daily. The Generator engine must be run at wide open throttle at all times. To remove corroded battery leads (a) use large screwdriver (b) hit it with hammer...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 March 1954

uirsday March 4 1954 H.EGALS Legal Directory A'l ilL E. CLINKENBEARD \NEI I Attorney at Law 1 Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 ANN ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST FOUND B-8 $2X00 REWARD FOR ANY INFORMA- tion leading to recovery of a Selmen Gold Tenor Saxophone in light brown leather :ase stolen February 7. 1954 from park- car in front of the Elite Cafe on Aus­ tin Ave. in downtown Waco. Phone Dick Brown collect at 2-1152 or 4-5724 in Waco Texas and no questions asked. PERSONALS 8-9 U3Y SITTING: YOUNG MOTHER WILL care for your children in her home days ir evenings. Phone 7831 Killeen. ENTALS A PARTMENTS. FURNISHED MARLBORO HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS INC 1 0 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 57.50 Unfurnished 62.50 Stove & Refrigerator 72.50 Completely Furnished Each Apartment has Attic Fan and Wall Furnace PTWO 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 Offi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 March 1954

Page Fourteen WROUGHT IRON DINETTE Be modern here is the latest fash- d* A ion in dinettes. Your choice in colors \S of plastics. S pc. suite \J 2 Pc. Sectional Suite As shown in modern neutral fabric. New T-type cushions with new style arm. Made by Kroehler. Plenty of Easy Parking Highway 190 Small Throw Rn(t 2T 27 Inches square Worth Dollars Mere 95 IN KILLEEN 2*6 TOP BIGELOW QUALITY ONLY $100 Your Choice Bookcase Bed or Chest '29.95 THE ARMORED SENTINEL FOOT to 30.05 Full Size THROW RUGS 27 54 inches Regular 9.95 le 12.91 'dm* A solid value in SOLID OAK! Convenient book­ case headboard on bed for books radio lamp or Iray. Or available in blonde maple. 4 drawer chest to match. Your choice of Solid Oak or Blonde Maple. Vanity Desk with tub chair to match (not $*Q95 shown) also available in either finish at same EACH FURNITURE COMPANY of KILLEEN AIR-CONDITIONED Phone 3061 1 ANOTHER BELL SPECIAL! 7 Piece Living Room Group! A complete Liviaf Room conastiof of the foMowing Sofa led Cof...

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

VOL. 2 No. 11 OPERATIONS OF A RED CROSS BLOODMOBILE were surveyed by Dr. Elias Yannakakas director of the Ministry of Health of Greece at the Fort Hood Station Hospital on Tuesday. Doctor Yan­ nakakas is pictured observing' the technique employed by Red Cross nurse Margaret Stacha during the operation. Pvt. Oscar Scott of Co. 61st Engineer Battalion (Const.) is the blood donor. (U.S. Army Photo by Renzi) Sabre Jets Hurl Rockets Bombs. Napalm In Firepower Display Targets representing an enemyjFort Hood Reservation by the Nin and his equipment tanks and half Jth Air Force's business-like air tracked vehicles were destroy-1 firepower demonstration team ed last Thursday morning on the Targets were reduced by bombs ONE OF THE TWELVE F-86F Sabrejets of the 366th Fighter- Bomber Wing which staged a fire power demonstration for per­ sonnel of the 1st Armored Division and Fort Hood last Thursday drops Napalm on the target area. The demonstration was staged by the Ninth Air Force as Phase Thr...

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

Page Two BRONZE STAR MEDAL winner Major Claude T. Graves execu­ tive officer of the 2d Anti-Air­ craft Artillery Battalion 1st Armorer-Division was presented his award by Major General Wil­ liam S. Biddle Fort Hood and 1st Armored commander at a battalion review ceremony Sat­ urday. Major Graves a veteran of over 18 years service—includ­ ing 92 months overseas was cited for meritorious service while a member of the United States Military Advisory Group in Korea during 1952 and 1953. Medal Presented To 1st AD Man At Recent Parade Major Claude T. Graves execu­ tive officer of the 2d Anti-Aircraft Battalion 1st Armored Division was awarded the Bronze Star Medal last week at a review cer­ emony. Major Graves a veteran of over 18 years service including 92 months overseas received the award for meritorious service while a member of the United States Military Advisory Group in Korea during 1952 and 1953. An artillery advisor to the Ko­ rean 7th Division he was cited for "... personally su...

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

Thursday March 18 1954 l® [brigade auB—coW MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM S. BIDDLE commander of the 1st Armored Division and Fort Hood emerges from the rear hatch of the M-75 Armored Personnel Carrier which by virtue of its top- notch condition won for its crew the coveted "Crew of the Month" award for February. Private First Class Donald Delfratte driver of the M-75 and Sergeant First Class William Craven cen­ ter commander of the vehicle stand by as the general completes his inspection. Sgt. Craven and PFC Delcratte each received a 15 prize and a three day pass for their achievement. (Photo by U.S. Army Signal Corps). THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday March 18 No. 1—"Cassanova's Big Night" Bob Hope Joan Fontaine No. 3—"Overland Pacific" Peggy Castle Jack Mahoney No- 4—"Never Wave At A WAC" Rosalind Russell Marie Wilson No. 5—"Coroner Creek" Randolph Scott Marguerite Chapman 162nd STREET CLUB—Who Dun It? ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Dance Class BRIGADE CLUB—EM Council NORTH FORT CLUB—Just For ...

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

Page Four Published in the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood. every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and statements rcflecteL 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 thp Armv Advertisements in this publication do not constitute an endorsement by iVenartment of^I»efense of the products or services advertised. All news matterfor infi?^«nn%hniil'l be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forees £r®ss and pavers are authorized to reprint non-copyrlehted AFPS material without written periniss-on from AFPS Advertising copy should be sent to: Business 123 THE DEPUTY SURGEON GENERAL of the Army Major General Silas B. Hays (left) and Fourth Army Surgeon Colonel John F. Bohlender are greeted by 1st Armored and Fort Hood commander. Major General ...

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

Thursdj^^March 18 1954 701HAIB TLY FOR HQ CO PFC Melvin Malone Carl J. Nortski and Privates Wilbur Frye Jr. Foster Jaynes Willie Delone and Ralph Wallen leave for 28 days. They will report to Camp Kil mer for overseas shipment. New officers in the company are Lt. Milton F. Bourdier and Lt. Er vin Briggs. Lieutenant Bourdier is the new motor officer while Lieutenant Briggs assumes the dut ies of supply and mess officer. New enlisted men are SFC Ver non R. Read Sgt. Lee C. Sepulvado Cpl. Elbert E. Thomas and Pvt. Fay J. Magby. Both the dayroom and the mess hall are going to have new cur tains The dayroom will have a new pingpong table. A CO Lt. Alan Stinson finally bids adieu to Able Co. He is going to _H&S Co to become a liaison officer jfe will wait there for his dis Charge orders. Taking over as the new company commander is Lt. David L. Di Lorenzo. He was transferred here from Co where he was execu tive officer. SFC Grover McBride has been granted a sevenday emergency leave. Sg...

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

Page Six IT IS HARD TO BELIEVE but this beautiful blonde had to be discovered twice. Marian Carr had to leave Hollywood two years ago because she could not get roles. But now the curvaceous actress from Providence Ky. is back with the starring feminine yead in "Ring of Fear" a Wayne- Fellows Cinema Scope produc­ tion for Warner Bros. PURDIN'S WORM RANCH Open Wed. Night From 7-9 by Appointment Only Ft. Sam Houston Site Of Playoff The Fort Hood Tanker basket­ ball team now moves into the final stages of the 1954 campaign as they prepare to enter the Fourth Army Tournament. Fort Sam Houston will play host to the meet in San Antonio with action beginning Monday March 22 and running through the 27 Eventual winner will advance to the All-Army tourney at Fort Lewis Washington April 5-9. Natural favorite to walk off with Championship laurels at the Fourth Army meet are the strong and highly rated defending cham­ pions from Fort Sill. The Cannoneers who have com­ piled an outstanding season ...

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

Thursday Mfcrch 18 1954 AFPS Basketball All-Stars FIRST TEAM I Pos. Player Serv. Paul Arizin USMC Johnny O'Brien USA Ernie Beck USN Dick Groat USA Bobby Watson USAF Team School Quantico Va. Villanova Aberdeen Prov. Gd. Md. Seattle Bainbridge NTC IMd. Penn. Ft. Belvoir Va. Duke Andrews AFB Md. Kentucky By JOE CELENTANO JOl USN This is the 1954 Armed Forces Press Service All-Star Basketball Team as selected by a world-wide poll of Service and civilian sports writers and Service basketball coaches. The players many of them col­ lege and professional stars repre­ sent the top hoopsters of the Army Navy Air Force and Marine Corps. More than 290 Service cagers were nominated for possible All- Star honors. The Ai'my and Air Force gained three berths each and the Navy and Marine Corps placed two players each on the All-Star teams. Top vote getter in the poll for the second straight year was for­ ward Paul Arizin Quantico Ma­ rines star and NBA scoring leader in 1952. "Peerless Paul" Villano...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 March 1954

Page Eight 100th Tank Battalion HQ CO Last week the unit participated in a battalion review which M- Sgt. John W. Alspaugh was award­ ed a Bronze Star for meritorious service in Korea. 1 The company won the plaque again for best maintenance. Con­ gratulations to SFC Mims Smith the motor sergeant. Sgt. Robert P. Parker has de parted for Fort Knox. A CO The outstanding company and honor company plaque was award­ ed to this company in the battal­ ion competition last week. Sgt. James R. Anderson is in the hospital with a fractured jaw in­ curred while on the battalion test. CC'A' CCA The unit has returned from three days in the field on the first prep- eratory Combat Command Exer­ cise. From where some of the people in Headquarters sat they said that the unit shaped up very well and the men really did a fine job. There were six promotions in the company last week. Promoted to corporal were Mitchell Battros Ro­ bert Ingram Robert E. Kubala and James N. Lewis. Robert L. Barber and Robert...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 March 1954

Thursday March 18 1954 DET 505th Sig.Gp The 505th Signal Group has been assigned a chaplain. Assuming the responsibility will be Capt. William H. Blair. A native of Riverside Calif. Chaplain Blair has served in the army for over 10 years. He has been in the Canal Zone Fort Ord Calif. and Fort Hood. Chap­ lain Blair has a Batchelor of Arts degree from Wheaton College HI. and a master's degree from North­ western University. He has also attended Dallas Theological Semi­ nary. Church services for the Group will be 1100 hrs each Sun day at East Brigade Chapel. Returning from a tour of the Fourth Army area are Capt. Theo­ dore A. Cameron and Lt. John Carr. The men visited various re­ serve units lecturing on late de­ velopments in Signal Corps equip ment. Lt. Dwight I. Hurd and WOJG Joe Potier returned from TDY at Camp Polk where they were um­ pires at the Army Training Tests for the 37th Inf Div Sig Co. M-Sgt. Thomas Nagel will at­ tend the advanced Army Adminis­ tration Course at the A...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 March 1954

Page Ten 68th AFA Ten privates have arrived from basic training at Fort Ord. Wel­ come. PFC Jess Mitchell recently com­ pleted the clerk-typist course and has taken over Pvt. Edward Fitz­ gerald's position. Pvt. Kenneth Stillson personnel clerk became the father of a sev­ en pound baby girl. The battery defeated Btry 6-1 in a swift game of softball held last week. SVC BTRY Congratulations to SFC Gerald Lunghofer motor sergeant for hav­ ing the best Motor Pool in the HQ CO Welcome to Sergeants Henry J. Lemke Charles E. Kerr Privat­ es David Roche Robert Mdaigan Marcus Mancillas George L. Sprad ley George Toston Seth Baker Qeter J. Carey Russell E. Book­ er Jr. Everett L. Kohart Louis I. Rice Ronald L. Aurand Wil­ liam A. Torres William L. Byers. Cpl. James L. Davenport has returned from leave while Cpl. Roy L. Miller is spending 11 days now. Busy sewing on stripes are Wil- oiam J. Fisher Robert B. Snow and Herman S. Fleming were recently promoted to Private First Class. Thanks to the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 March 1954

i: Thursday March 18 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST FOUND B-8 $20.00 REWARD FOR ANY INFORMA- tion leading to recovery o£ a Selmen Gold Tenor Saxophone in light brown leather case stolen February 7. 1954 from park­ ed car in front of the Elite Cafe on Aus­ tin Ave. in downtown Waco. Phone Dick Brown collect at 2-1152 or 4-5724 in Waco Texas and no questions asked. PERSONALS 8-9 BABY SITTING: YOUNG MOTHER WILL care for your children in her home days or evenings. Phone 7831 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 Phone 4175 Hwy. 190 Killeen RENTALS ROOM...

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