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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 March 1954

Page Twelve 2ND AAA AW BN HQ BTRY SFC Robert O. Westover has left the battery and is awaiting dis­ charge at the 4005 Transfer Point. Hq Btry welcomes its new of­ ficers. They are Capt. Karl G. Taylor and Lt. Duane A. McClain New enlisted men are PFC Ar­ thur B. Bolyard PFC William S. Yount Cpl. Clinton C. Adams Pvt. Alvin O. Garland and Pvt. Melvin R. Garland. Pvt. Oarry O'Farrell and Pvt. Charles F. Wolfe have left the Battery and will be shipped over­ seas on or about April 21. A BTRY SFC Oscar Norris Cpl. Milwood Stokes PFC Eugene Price and Pvt. Billy Smoot have joined the unit. M-Sgt. William H. Welch has returned to the battery after a five day leave. Boyd P. White who was mar­ ried Sunday is now spending a five day leave with the Mrs. PFC Kenneth Smith has left for separation from the Army. The battery has just returned from a three-day Combat Com­ mand Exercise. BTRY We wish to welcome all the new EM that have been assigned to this battery in the last week and also Lt. Merri...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 March 1954

•^iv y*7 VOL. 2 No. 12 GAY VISITS HOOD—Major Gen. Hobart R. Gay commanding: gen­ eral of III Corps is shown at the extreme left as he arrived at Fort Hood Monday to inspect Hood and First Armored division facili­ ties. General Gay and Headquarters and Headquarters Company of III Corps will be permanently transferred here about April 15. He is shown talking to Major Gen. William S. Biddle commander of Fort Hood and the First Armored division. Between them to the rear is his assistant chief of staff for personnel Lt. Col. Harry M. Thompson. Extreme right is Brig. Gen. Edward G. Farrand assistant commander of the First Armored division. (U. S. Army Photo) 4th Army Making NCO-Spec. Survey Three hundred officers and 1000 non-commissioned officers of units at Fort Hood and Fort Bliss Tex. Fort Sill Okla. and Camp Polk La. are participating in a sur­ vey on the Army's proposed NCO- Specialist plan. The plan emphasizes leadership by establishing only enlisted lead­ ers as NCOs and it recogn...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 March 1954

Page Two 1st 121 4 Tank Years The 1st Tank Battalion of the 1st Armored Division is 121 years old and its trophy room mir­ rors that fact. The walls though plain are plat­ ed with a coat of trophies pictur­ es plaques and battle streamers. The simplicity of the setting casts a rustic atmosphere which is en­ riched by the exhibits. They add the misty third dimension called history. The 92 trophies and plaques dis­ played and others stored away Broad wooden plaques embrac­ ing the sloping ceiling at each end of the room list the name of each commanding officer of the organi­ zation and tell the tour of each as commander. Preserved in a huge picture frame are 19 of the out­ standing battle honors won by the LOOKING at one of the older trophies in the trophy room of the 1st Tank Battalion of the 1st Armored Division is Captain Russell Hantke who is assigned to battalion headquarters. Captain Hantke •aw service with the battalion when it was the 1st Armored Regi­ ment during World War IL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 March 1954

Thursday March 25 1954 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday March 25 No. 1—"Rails Into Laramie" John Payne Dan Duryea. No. 3—"The Saint's Girl Friday" Louis Hoyward Naomi Chance. No. 4—"Tall In The Saddle" John Wayne Ella Raines Ward Bond. No. 5—"Never Wave At A WAC" Rosalind Russell Marie Wilson. 162nd STREET CLUB—March Hares Birthday Party. ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Checkers. BRIGADE CLUB—EM Council. NORTH FORT CLUB—D Company—Just For You Party. Friday March 26 No- 1—"Rails Into Laramie" John Payne Dan Duryea. No. 3—"The Mad Magician" Vincent Price Mary Murphy. No. 4—"Rhapsody" Elizabeth Taylor Vittoria Gassman. No. 5—"Act of Love" Kirk Douglas Dany Robin 162nd STREET CLUB—Alice in Wonderland. ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Boxing TV. BRIGADE CLUB—Musical Stunt. NORTH FORT CLUB—Pool. Saturday March 27 No. 1—"The Saint's Girl Friday" Louis Hayward Naomi Chance. No- 3—"Tall In The Saddle" John Wayne Ward Bond Ella Raines. No. 4—"Loophole" Barry Sullivan Dorothy Malone. No. 5—"Personal Affair" Gene...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 March 1954

Page Four iaa East 42nd Street Mttdwd In the Interest of the military ana elrillM personnel at Fort Hood. Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sale* Circular Company Temple Texas. Policies and matemenrs reflected in the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual #r«ters and under no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of Hie Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute aa 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 Forees Press Service material and papers are authorized to reprint non-copyrighted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 419 Templet Texas ^•toscrtptyon off post $3.00 per year 1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post» free. All pictures are United States...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 March 1954

I X1 f(-Np»r Thursday* March 25 1954 A 2ND AAA AW BN HQ BTRY The battery welcomes Capt. Paul C. Kirchner as battery command­ er. The following men have been promoted to PFC Ronald W. Di- onne to corporal Raymond R. Christian and Hugh E. Mallory. Welcome to Lt. John X. Mailand- er and M-Sgt. John Gogol Jr. A BTRY Jimmy Thomspon will be spend­ ing a few days at home before reporting to Fort Lewis for over­ seas shipment. SFC Thomas Whittaker and Pvt Leroy Stanley have left to report to the 4005th ASU to await dis­ charge from active duty. Congratulations to Private First Class Benny Moody and Clinton ^Spence on their recent promotion. BTRY Pvt. David C. Smalley is back after battling a case of pneumonia. Cpl. Leo Smith is a civilian again. SFC Ivy B. Kennard has legally gone "over the hill" on a 15 day leave. Pvt. Raymond Niezgodski just returned from an emergency leave and as a proud father. BTRY Cpl. Bernard Horace was recent­ ly welcomed into the battery and now has charge of a hal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 March 1954

Although favored to win handi­ ly over the 4005th the champs were pressed throughout the con­ test with the outcome remaining in doubt until the final moments when the challengers faltered and fell behind. Tribute must be paid W. L. Scotl­ and his hard working crew which fought an uphill battle all the way. winning two tough ball games the previous night to gain the meet finals. After upsetting the 91st AFA in the initial game on Wednewday night 87-70 the 4005th opened up with a viscious attack in the even­ ings second tilt to blast the 634th AIB 90-76. Instrumental in leading Scotts aggregation to those victory was Wilburn Crnkovich who tallied 31 points against the 91st AFA and 26 against the 634th AIB in the evening's final. It was a different story in Thurs­ day night's battle for the title how­ ever as the potent 1st QM came through like the champions they are to gain possession of the cov­ eted crown. There was some doubt as to the outcome during early moments of the contest h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 March 1954

Thursday March .25 1954 ^123rd Armored Ordnance Bn NO CHANGE Between Contact Killeen Agent for full details! HQ DET cident. He had served several Assigned gains to the company months in Korea and had just re- were Maj. Carl G. Zais SFC Cur- turned stateside a few days before tis L. Blake and Corporals John L. Howard Monroe Yarborough Howard S. Keeler Stanley J. Mun- garro. Going on leave were SFC Logan D. Pemberton and PFC Wade L. Ford. Returning from leave was Bill J. Campbell. Leaving on TDY was Capt. Jam­ es W. Brown and Pvt. Jay L. Werth Recently promoted to CWO was Jackson A. Turner promoted to corporals were Renesto Cardenas Jr. Jouis J. Maretti James T. Ross and Donald P. Witasezek. Returning from the hospital were Sgt. Vernard W. Mello Cpl. Don­ ald L. Hagenbuch PFC Carl W. Carter and PFC Alexander Paquet- te. Going to the hospital were Cpl. Henry Palasek and Pvt. James D. Duffy. A CO PFC Steve N. Hilburn Jr. and Leo R. Lianbery have departed to Detroit where they will be en...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 March 1954

I*age Eight 61st Engineer Battalion HQ GO Congratulations to PFC Joseph Calite on outstanding achievement at the Food Service School where he was one of the top men scholas- tically in the class. New personnel are: Sgt. Willie T. Curtis PFC Herman A. McCall Jr. Privates Marvin B. Cohen Ara Shrestinian SFC Kenneth J. Krehs Sgt. Berrin L. Delahous- saye and PFC James W. Cook. A CO The mess hall is getting a face lifting. Paint pictures and curtains are adding a more pleasant at­ mosphere. A welcome to Privates Emil L. Grubb Fred J. Kotara and Lt. James E. Richardson. CO M-Sgt. Solon G. Clark took over the duties of first sergeant last week. A soldier in the army over eleven years he has served in Af­ rica Italy Germany and France. M-Sgt. Richard J. Robben has entered the hospital. A speedy re­ covery to you. iMtllH* A softball team was organized this week. Privates First Class Glen H. Carminati and Robert Hopebell were selected as co-managers. Thirteen men have responded in answer to ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 March 1954

Thursday March 25 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory A-1 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST. FOUND B-8 $20.00 REWARD FOR ANY INFORMA tion leading to recovery of 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 ^RENTALS 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 927 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 March 1954

Page Ten 504th Signal Battalion KQ CO The basketball team after win- King the National League cham­ pionship was eliminated from the Post Basketball Tournament last week. In its first game the team lost to the 634th AIB in an over­ time game 85-72. In its second game a 67-65 win was squeezed out over the 100th Tk Bn. However in its third game against the 4005th ASU the team was badly beaten 91-7-2. The team's final season rec­ ord was 27-5 and its leading scorer was Cpl. Tony Peterson. Corporal Peterson was presented the Sports­ manship Award for the Tourna­ ment. Seen sewing on corporal's stripes were the Powers twins Bill and Bob of the personnel section. Phillip Folger also of personnel was promoted to PFC. Personnel of the battalion have now won the PM contest five of •fee eight times it has been given and have obtained honorable men­ tion once. TARN SIG co The unit is still at Fort Bragg participating in "Operation Flash- bum." Many promotions have taken place during the past w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 April 1954

a f' VOL. 2 No. 13 Easter Service Plans Are Set By Chaplain A combined military-civilian Pro­ testant Easter Sunrise Service will be held at 6 a.m Sunday April 18 at Prichard Stadium the Post Chaplain's Office announced this week. Principal speaker for the service will be Bishop Joseph Gomez Chan­ cellor of Paul Quinn College in Waco and Bisnop in the African Methodist-Episcopal Church. The service will feature a com­ bined choir of 100 voices with Fort Hood servicemen ttnd guest choirs from Killeen. Also contributing to Jhe musical program will be the Jtt Armored Division Band under ™We direction of CWO Erwin M. Greger. Also participating in the service will be ministers from neighbor­ ing communities. The service is open to all who wish to attend according to' the announcement. MonthlyDriver Award Taken By PFC Olson PFC Lyle Olson of H&S Co 317th Tank Bn was named today as the Driver of the Month among com­ peting military drivers of the 1st Armored Division and Fort Hood. In ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 April 1954

Page Two The accuracy and destructive power of Armor's fire was sharply shown during last Saturday's fire­ power demonstration for visiting congressmen when an array of vehicles fired individually at the targets which were tank silhouet­ tes and then joined together in a deafening roar as they converged fire on the targets. Three National Guard Divisions and one Reserve regiment will train at North Fort Hood during the com­ ing summer it was announced this week by Fourth Army Headquar­ ters. They' are the 36th Infantry Divi­ sion and the 49th Armored Divi­ sion both of Texas: the 45th In­ fantry Division of Oklahoma and the 12th Armored Cavalry Regi­ ment of Texas The 36th Division commanded by Maj. Gen. Carl L. Phinney of Dallas will begin a two-week field training ~'c^cfe 'cSn 'June 13 to be followed by the 49th Division com­ manded by Maj. Gen. Albert 3. Johnson of Dallas from June 27 Fleetline Deluxe Sedan. Radio and heater. Priced at only vs vW-*' DUNCAN BROS. Co Stokes Bros. &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 April 1954

i$s Thursday April 1 1954 to. Lockwood. Stanwyck. PRIVATE FIRST CLASS LYLE OLSON of Headquarters and Service Company 317th Tank Battalion (left) shows Maj. Gen. William S. Biddle Fort Hood and 1st Armored Division command­ er how his two-and-one-lialf ton truck won the March Driver of the Month Contest. (U.S. Army Photo by Gorz). This Week's SCREEN Thursday April 1 1—"Elephant Walk" Elizabeth Taylor Dana Andrews. No. 3—"Racing Blood" Bill Williams Jean Porter. No. 4—"Laughing Anne" Wendell Corey Forrest Tucker Margaret NORTH FORT CLUB—All Fool's Party. ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Dance Class. 162nd STREET CLUB—April Fool Daze. BRIGADE CLUB—April Fool's Party. Friday April 2 No. 1—"Elephant Walk" Elizabeth Taylor Dana Andrews. No. 3—"Drive A Crooked Road" Mickey Rooney Diana Foster. No. 4—"The Iron Glove" Robert Stack Ursula Theiss. NORTH FORT CLUB—Welcome New Battalion. ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Jam Session. 162nd STREET CLUB—Crazy Capers. BRIGADE CLUB—Recordings. Saturday April 3 No. 1—"Racing B...

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

Page Four WILLIAM S. Agent for full details! it Published 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 statements reflects in the news and editorial columns represent view* of the mduiouai 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. AH news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel rort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives and papers are authorized to reprint non-copyrlehted AFFS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Offlce P.O. BottW. Temple Subscription off post* $3-00 per year $1.00 for three months. Dlstribntlon on Font. tree. All pictures are United States Army Sisnal Corps phot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 April 1954

Thursday April 1 1954 mm At The Bell c'z^ny-- 'yc-p Prices from 11.00 Down Delivers »e a N S A Size For Every Job And Any Pocketbook 95 19" .'54 Use them in the windows on the walls or on the floor. Stay Cool This Summer. WINDOW WONDER 20" handiest window fan made today '54" Make your rooms liveable this summer with a fan from the Bell. EASY TERMS AT THE BELL 2-Pc. Bedroom Ensemble 2 Piece Modern Blonde Simulated triple dresser and matching bookcase headboard bed. Plenty of storage space. 2 Piece Living Room Suite Made by America's Foremost Mfg. Co. Your choice of upholstery. 14.00 Down Delivers I itm 26 Piece Dinette Group Consisted of 5-pc. chrome or wrought iron dinette suite. 109 $ 139" Large utility cabinet plus 20 piece set of dishes. 26 Pes. For Only Blonde Finish iOVJ 8.00 Down Delivers f'"- 3ROO0 2 piece luxurious Sofa Bed Suite. Designed for top comfort plus top modern styling. A suite you'll be proud you purchased years from now. Your choice of fine covers. Now Only Colle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 April 1954

Page Six m® Boxing Interest in Fort Hood in­ tensified by leaps and bounds as sports fans jammed the Sports arena to watch Sunday night's box­ ing card. Special Services went all out with a 14 bout program in prep­ aration for the forthcoming Fourth Army Tournament to be held April 14-18. In a slow opening bout welter­ weight Charles Sams decisioned Delwyne Horsley. Sams a repre­ sentative of the 25th Armored Inf Bn fighting from the blue corner won the judges nod from his inex­ perienced but game opponent from the 2nd AAA. Light-welterweights Charlie Jon­ es and Joe Smyer clashed in the second bout. Following a wild leath­ er slinging first round Jones set­ tled down to some serious boxing and went on to win a close split decision. Jones represents the 702d Armd Inf Bn and Smyer is from the 25th Armd Inf Bn. Richard Martin light-welter­ weight from the 509th Tk Bn cap­ italized on several staggering blows in the third round to win a decision from David Simon. A third light-welterwe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 April 1954

Thursday April 1 1954 wiiii—wm WILLIE TROY GOES DOWN for the second time in the first round of a scheduled 10-round middleweight contest with ex-paratrooper Joey Giardello at Madison Square Garden in New York. The bell saved Troy in this round. The bout was stopped in the seventh by referee A1 Berl at left. Troy is managed by A1 Weill who also handles heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano. Sports Notes By JIM BAPIS It seems that major league base­ ball interest has slackened dur­ ing the past two years due to the continuous winning skein of the K^ew York Yankees and the Brook- pyn Dodgers. It's almost taken for granted today that both of these clubs especially the Yankees will coast in with the American and National League pennants respec­ tively. The Bronx Bombers who have tucked away five consecutive world championships must undoubt­ edly be figured as the team to beat again in the Junior Curcuik Brooklyn who has always handled the National League without too much trouble finds only...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 April 1954

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 April 1954

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