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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 April 1954

Page Ten FIVE MEMBERS OF THE 81st Reconnaissance Battalion 1st Armored Division were decorated last week at a battalion review. Men who were decorated and the awards they received are left to right Sgt. Ruben Lewis Company "B" Silver Star Pvt. Rawleigh Garman Jr. Company "C" Silver Star Cpl. Charles V. Jurado Company "C" Bronze Star with "V" device for valor SFC James R. Payne Company "B" Bronze Star and PFC Henry L. Hillis of Company "D" Bronze Star. The decorations were presented by Brigadier General Venna F. Burger 1st Armored Division Artillery commander. The Silver Star is the Army's third highest award for bravery. BEST MESS FOR MARCH was won by a close margin of Vi point by the 4005th WAC Detachment. The Best Mess Plaque which the mess sergeant is holding was presented last week by Col. Robert L. Thompson Director of Personnel to the mess personnel pictured above left to right PFC Noralee Timmons Sgt. Nancy Hall Colonel Thompson Sgt. Lavinia Frierson mess sergeant Pvt. John D...

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

Thursday April 1 1954 02NDAAA AW BN HQ BTRY PFC Gerald L. Degelbeck and Pvt. Jack L. Overton are TDY to the 4005th ASU Food Service School for a period of approximately eight weeks. Pvt. Dale Jorgensen is attend­ ing the non-commissioned officer's course at the NCO Academy. Latest additions to Headquarters battery are SFC Ernest J. Delgado PFC Clyde V. Cooksey Privates Woodrow Mahon Garland J. Gor­ don Donald L. King and James F. Galvin. PFC William T. Gressett is on a ten day leave. A BTRY The members of the battery would like to welcome the following ^nen to the organization: Cpl. Gor- Rkm Hunt Privates John Mahoney ^Kmmy Manasco Truman Brown Sabino Garcia Charles Fuller Blai Dravis and Albert Myers. The battery regrets the loss of two men but wish them the best of luck in ivilian life. They are: Lt. Waymon C. Martin and Sgt. Paul Cheney. The unit would like to congratu­ late Lt. Waymon C. Martin on his recent promotion. Congratulations are also in order for Wilson J. Mitchell on ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 April 1954

Page Twelve 35th Engr. Const. Gp HQ GO The unit welcomed SFC Gerald E. Soutar who carries a" cloak- and-dagger MOS of an intelligence •analyst. Along with Sergeant Sou­ tar came a new first sergeant M-Sgt. Robert E. Perry who is relieving M-Sgt. Clifford Hagstrom. Cpl. William W. Keller has been selected to represent the company as the honor soldier of the month. He will go before an inspection board headed by Lt. Col. Max Leighty for the final elimination of the candidate for the. post con­ test. On the 26 of March the grueling schedule of a boxer was begun once again by PFC Robert J. Barksdale as he prepares himself for the forthcoming Fourth Army Boxing bouts. 46th ENG BX A CO Sgt. Joe Singleton was married to Miss Lucille Hoskins at Belton March 8 M-Sgt. Harold Palmer was mar­ ried to Miss Margie M. Loyd at Fort Smith Ark March 12 CO The company has been in the field and have begun construction of a bridge and three miles of gravel surface road. The job is progressing smoothly a...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 April 1954

a 7 ^4/-" •s Thursday April 1 1954 13th Tank Battalion HQ CO The company received 20 new men all from Fort Knox. The company is getting ready to move to the field the first of the month for seven days. Sgt. Fred Mensior will be leaving soon for duty in Germany. TO THE BITTER END HQ CO. SFC Troy Marchall Sgt. Patrick G. Burke Cpl. Bobby R. Ross and Pvt. Eugene D. Salzman and Adolph J. Mashek have been as­ signed to this company. Capt. Billy H. Wesson has been admitted to the hospital and Lt. Col. John J. Pavick has been plac­ ed on TDY at Southern Pines N. C. PFC Emiliano Ortiz will clear #where the company next week and trans­ fer to 4005th Separation Center he will be discharged. A CO Tomorrow is the great day. Al­ though the company enjoyed the stay here in North Fort Hood the unit is happy to go back to South Camp to be more settled. Friday night this company par­ ticipated in a talent show at the North Fort Hood Service Club. Among those who performed were the representatives of...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 April 1954

Page Fourteen 702nd AIB 1st Tank Battalion HQ CO Returning from leave this week were Cpl. George W. Zeigler Pri­ vates First Class Clyde R. Ches- ney Elton J. East and Candelario F. Jimenez. New men assigned to the com­ pany were Privates Glenn H. Nor­ ton Jimmie C. Fairey Earl Scur­ ry Jr. Edward C. Austin Jr. Jer- ald G. Key Luther N. Shoun Ger­ ald W. Turley Bob Hanson Tor- quato J. Macchlavelli Hubert B. Homer James G. Vaughan and R. B. Jones. Also Sergeants Fran­ cisco De Jesus-Rivera and Billy G. Vallas. Lonnie R. Holland was promoted to Private First Class. Joining the company this week were Privates Ronald L. Thomas James O. Leblane and Rubin D. Vaught also PFC Frank A. Miller Jr. HQ CO Upon completing a course on sound ranging at Fort Benning Ga. Sgt. Thomas E. Horsefield has resumed his duties as squad leader of the counter fire squad Cpl. John C. Lincks will assist him in his duties as assistant sq'jad leader. PFC Edwin L. Welch of the motor pool section has gone on leave...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 April 1954

fseu LEGALS Legal Directory Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST. FOUND B-8 DON'T FORGET THE BABRIC SHOPPE has an annual Anniversary from April 1 thru 10. Stop in and visit us and save money. $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 feABY SITTING: YOUNG MOTHER RENTALS 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 57.50 Unfurnished 62.50 Stove & Refrigerator I 72.50 Completely Furnished Each Apartment has Attic Fan an4 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 Stetson Ave. Phone 4175 Hwy. 190 Killeen ROOMS C-5 FOR RENT: HIL-VUE MOTE...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 April 1954

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

VOL. 2 No. 14 ^/ood Friday Services To Be Held At Hood Gen. Daley To Head New Divarty At Hood Brig. Gen. John P. Daley who has been chief of staff of the Unit­ ed Nations Command Military Ar­ mistice Commission in the Far East has been assigned to Fort Hood where he will serve as ar­ tillery commander of the new ar­ mored division to be activated hex-e in June. This will mark General Daley's fourth tour of duty in the Fourth Army ai'ea and his second assign­ ment as a division artillery com­ mander. Protestant Good Friday serv­ ices will be held from 1 to 2 p.m. at the Battalion Ave. East 50th St.. 52nd St.. 162nd St. and Bat­ talion Ave. West Chapels on Ap­ ril 16. Protestant Communion services will be conducted next Thursday at 7 p.m. at Battalion Ave. East 52nd St. and 162nd St. Chapels. Catholic. Good Friday services will be held between 2 and 3 p.m. at the 37th St. West and 50th St. Chapels There will also be serv­ ices at a third chapel to be an­ nounced later. On Easter Sunda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 April 1954

Page Two Seoul (ANF) The giant strides of science in this era of super- weapons have failed so far to out- mode the keen ears and sensitive noses of Army dogs as the infantry man's "radar." Modern technology has provid­ ed no substitute for the silent speed of these four-footed front-line mes­ sengers and carriers. Scout dog platoons are on watch at outposts along the Korean truce line kept ready for the battle role they performed so expertly during the fighting. A dog's life here is one of intensive training. Side by side with the troops the dogs are polishing up their military tech­ niques. Outstanding among the canine soldiers are those of the 26th Scout Dog Platoon. The unit's combat efficiency and daring has made it one of the m6st decorated in Korea. Attached at one time or another to nearly every American division on the peninsula the 26th boasted of never having a dog-guided pa­ trol ambushed. Latest arrival on the Korean Open Wed. Night From 7-9 by Appointment Only 202 Ave....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 April 1954

Thursday April 8 1954 1 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday April 8 No.l—"Carnival Story" Anne Baxter Steve Cochran No. 3—"Massacre Canyon" Phil Carey Audrey Totter No. 4—"Executive Suite" William Holden June Allyson No. 5—"Laughin Anne" Wendell Corey Forrest Tucker NORTH FORT CLUB—Ping Pong ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Dance Class 162nd STREET CLUB—Stop The Music BRIGADE CLUB—Cards Relay Friday April 9 No. 1—"Carnival Story" Anne Baxter Steve Cochran No. 3—"Executive Suite" William Holden June Allyson No. 4—"The Yellow Tomahawk" Rory Calhoun Peggy Castle No. 5—"The Iron Glove" Robert Stack NORTH FORT CLUB—Hospitality Night ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Hilly Billy Session 162nd STREET CLUB—Monte Carlo Night BRIGADE CLUB—Lollipop Dance Saturday April 10 No. 1—"Massacre Canyon" Phil Carey Audrey Totter "Executive Suite" William Holden June Allyson "Make Haste To Live" Steven McNally No. 5—"The Miami Story" Barry Sullivan Adele Jergens NORTH FORT CLUB—Blind Date Show ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Hit Parade 16...

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

Page Four aoted the publication of these Is WLLX.1AM S. ua East 42nd Stmt 123 Published !n the lntereit of the military mna elrlUM personnel at Fort Hood •Terjr Thursday by the Temple Sales Cironlar Company. Temple. •tatemonrs reflectet to the news and editorial columns represent views of the tadmauai writers and under no circumstances are to be considered those or the Department 01 the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute 'ndorsem®™*„*'* Department of Defense of the products ot services advertiaed. All publication should be sent to the Public Information Office ^"tlnel J2I Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Ajnied written and papers are authorized to reprint non-copyrlrhted permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Bo* 41J Subscription off post. $3.00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. All pictures are United States Arwy Signal Corps not Worship Services Sunday—10:00 and 11:00 a.ni. 37th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 April 1954

Thursday April 8 1954 I QM Association Elects Officers PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE WINNER —First place in last week's preventive maintenance quiz contest at Fort Hood went to PFC George A. Zavodnick of the 838th Signal Company. Pre­ senting the $5 check is Col. Francis Miller (left) commanding officer of the 505th Signal Group while Lt. Jarod Cilley company commander (center) looks on. (U. S. Army Photo). The Fort Hood chapter of the Quartermaster Association met in the Golf Club last week for its an- lual election. The president Lt. Col. Clyde Simkus called the meeting to order at 5 o'clock p.m. and gave a brief talk of things to come during the new year. The annual election was held and the following officers were install­ ed: Maj. Ray Morgan 336th Bat­ talion Commander was unani­ mously elected president and Ed­ win L. Young Post Quartermaster property officer as vice-president. The president appointed Capt. W. J. Wagner as secretary and Lt. David T. Brown as treasurer. Upon completio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 April 1954

Page Six Bowling 11 Years Awards for the tourney will be presented at an indefinite time fol­ lowing the tourney. The tourney will decide the individual champ in the A and divisions and tro­ phies will be awarded according­ ly to the champs with cash priz­ es for runnerups. Upon completion of league com­ petition May 3 a buffet luncheon will be held honoring winners of the city league. Trophies will be Two Pins Away From The Top By BRUCE ROCHE For the loss of two pins a cham­ pionship was lost. That is the story of PFC Wil­ liam R. Maglione a 21 year old assistant gunner on a 1st Armored Division field artillery gun during the recent all-Army bowling mat­ ches at Fort Lee Va. William rolled a 531 in singles competition a 611 in doubles and a sparkling 633 in team bowling His total for the nine games was 1775. But the young artilleryman of A Co of the 1st Armored Di­ vision's 68th Armored Field Ar­ tillery Battalion had to settle for second place in the Army compe­ tition. Another bo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 April 1954

Thursday April 8 1954 501st Military Police Co I Future speeders BEWARE! The 501st MP Co now owns" six motor­ cycle patrols. From now on there will be three patrols on duty from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and three pat- NCO Academy A CO A new man has joined the com­ pany. He is PFC Paul J. Lisko. The last class to graduate be­ fore operation "SPEARHEAD" will be class 42. M-Sgt. Billy J. Wallace went to the hospital. CO "RED" the company mascot blessed us with nine puppies. We have had quite a problem trying to decide how to divide the nine puppies between the 35 GI's who want them. SFC Robert L. Monroe departed this organization this week for the 4005th to be discharged. Cpl. Robert L. Faulkner has been processing for overseas shipment after taking a short leave. Faulk­ ner volunteered for duty in the Far East. M-Sgt. Herbert M. Mandel re­ ceived the honors of taking over one of Fort Hood's Youth Activities. He is now a Cub-Master of Cub Scout Pack 11. I) H&S CO PFC James Grant is enjo...

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

Page Eight LEGALS Lego) Directory A«1 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. KiUccn Ph. 1861 ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST. FOUND B-8 DON'T FORGET THE BABRIC SHOPPE has an annual Anniversary from April 1 thru 10. Stop in and visit us and save money. $20.00 REWARD FOR AN\ 1NFORMA- 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 2-11.V2 or 4-57-4 in Waco. Texas and no questions asked. PERSONALS 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 Stetson Ave. Phone 4175 Hwy. 190 Killeen ROOMS C-5 WE WANT YOU HERE CASTLE HEIGHTS APARTMENTS APPROVED PRICES Furnished and Unfurnished Yard Maintenance G.E. Range and refrigerator Guest House Shower and tub bath 2 blocks ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 April 1954

Thursday April 8 1954 701st AIB [Q 30 SFC Robert Charland has suc­ cessfully completed the counter- fire course at Fort Benning and he is now with the counter-fire section in the company. New men in the company are: SFC Grant Mitchell SFC Edward Davis SFC Donald Murphy and Pvt. Raymond McCord Jr. The following men will go the the 4005th ASU for discharge in the near future. They are Cpl. William Wilke PFC Ray Straup and PFC Frank Louierro. A CO Lt. Harry Larson has transfer- 504 Sig. Bn. Sgt. William H. Wilhite left on a six day leave last week. He went to Kansas CityKan. to visit his mother who has taken ill. The battalion is proud of the fact that it has now won the PM con­ test eight of eleven times. The lat­ est winner is PFC George A. Zavod- nick of the 838th Sig Co. The battalion track team has been working out regularly. One of its outstanding performers is Cpl. Henry Staats of the 288th Sig Co. who won the Sixth Army pole vault last year. 526th SIG CO Cpl. Earnest R. Livak j...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 April 1954

Page Ten 4005fhASU St ENL DET The school staff is happy to wel­ come back Lt. Col. Harry McCor- mick as school commandant. Col­ onel McCormick was a patient at the station hospital for the past month. Last week a very delightful sur­ prise was in store for the men of class 37 when Pvt. Ethel A. Mat- tos of Norwich Conn was assign­ ed to their class roster. Private Mattos is the first WAC to ever attend any of the courses since the establishment of the school in Aug­ ust 1950. Bon Voyage to M-Sgt. Delbert D. Bowers who will be leaving for the Far East this month. Four door sedan. Fully eq­ uipped. Air conditioned. Automatic window lifts and seat adjusters. Black with cream top. In excel­ lent condition. 24-k. gold or gleam­ ing platinum rims the glowing ivory of the coupe shape a pat­ tern of modern sim­ plicity. 5-piece place setting. .$1525 V\ .. 108 S. Main Ph. 3-2195 "Colo" 01 25th Armored Infantry Bn HQ CO Welcome to Lt. Johnny M. Walk­ er motor officer and Lt. Carol E. Whatley ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 April 1954

VOL. 2 No. 16 MAJ. GEN. HOBART R. GAY inspected an honor guard from the 702nd Armored Infantry Bat. of the 1st Armored Division during a brief ceremony last week honoring the III Corps commander after he assumed command of this Central Texas post. General Gay also received a 13-gun salute and greeted staff section offi­ cers and commanders of Fort Hood and the 1st Armored. (U. S. Army Photo by Silker). 'Spearhead9 Plans Are Taking Shape Exercise "Spearhead" was rap­ idly becoming a reality here this week as the Maneuver Director staff umpires and participating units began preparations for the 22000 man exercise scheduled for the first three weeks in May. ^^The maneuver which will be con- ^^pcted entirely on this 205.000 ac- ^e Central Texas military reserva­ tion will be the largest held in this area since Exercise Long- horn" in the spring of 1952. Playing the major role in the maneuver will be the 1st Arm­ ored Division under command of Maj. Gen. William S. Biddle. The division's ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 April 1954

Page Two Military officers of 14 foreign countries shared one thing in com­ mon last Saturday afternoon. The officers who are with the 1st Armored Division for two weeks Armored Class The students are here for two weeks from the Armored School at Fort Knox Ky. where they are taking a nine-month advanced cour­ se in armored warfare. NIGHT ATTACK Major Corbett a member of the Armored School Command and Get Your New Summer Hair Do Helen Curtis Rhapsody Reg. $15 $7.50 Lanaloc 3-D Wave Only $5.00 $10 Wave Only $4.00 Other Waves $2.50 & $3.50 ~ includes hair shaping shampoo and set HUDSON JET FAMILY QUI SEDAN See Any Hudson Dealer Foreign Armored Officers Honored By Killeen Of of training with a group of Ameri­ can officers at Fort Knox Ky. all donned big Texts sombreros presented them by the military af­ fairs committee and directors of PVT. JOSEPH T. FADEL of the 526th Signal Co. was high man in the 12th weekly Fort Hood Preventive Maintenance Contest. Private Fadel (left) is shown ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 April 1954

Thursday April 22 1954 $Name With Exercise Spearhead coming off next month the service clubs at Fort Hood under the direction of Miss Adele Zukas has prepared an exciting "Before You Go" dance and get-together party for the forthcoming week-end. Featured band leaders Sammp Incardona and King Perry will highlight the event with their spe­ cial arrangements of popular and jazz numbers. But to start the week-end off there will be a special dance tomorrow night with the student nurses from Scott and White hospital in the nearby Tem­ ple community. Being held over until Saturday night they will ap­ CinemaScope 'Lucky Me' Due Stars Favorite Doris Day Doris Day Robert Cummings According to advance reports a a so an it plenty of light comedy "Lucky Me" photographed in Warner-Col­ or has ten new songs by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster. Doris plays an ambitious show­ girl who finds herself stranded with a troupe of show folk in sunny Florida. She sings such songs as "The Superstition Son...

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