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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 April 1954

Page Four IV11X1 AM S. I'nbttshett in the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood Texas erery Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Policies and statements rcfleete* 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 ot services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the PubUe Information Office Armored Sentinel Fort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Fories Press Service material and papers are authorized to reprint non-copyrlrhted AFPS material without written permlss-on from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 4lji Temple Texas. Subscription off post $3.00 per year $1.M for three months. Distribution on Post free. All pictures are United States Ar...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 April 1954

Thursday April 22 1954 702nd AIB CO Fort Hood Scouts Take Part In Tonight's Cen-Tex Circus Fourteen boy souts and explor- Dressed in costumes which they ers from Fort Hood will be among the 5000 boys from cub scout and explorer units who will present the 1954 edition of the Heart O'Texas Council's Exposition and Circus to­ night at the Heart O' Texas Coli­ seum Waco. HQ CO Reporting to the 4005th ASU this week were SFC Richard Bosak Cpl. George Bender and Cpl. Bob­ bie Wright. Putting the first rocker on his sleeve this month is Sgt. John C. Lincks of the counterfire squad. Newly assigned officers to the company are Lt. Henry Cohn Lt. Max Tybroski Lt. George Faulk and Lt. Russell McCaslin. EM as­ signed to the company were SFC Howard Atkinson Sgt. Luther Hens- ley Cpl. Robert Rogers and Pvt Donald Zeidlhack. The company day room is having a new floor constructed and ex­ pects to be in operation in the very near future. Cpl. Eugene Petru has return­ ed from the base hospital and will...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 April 1954

Page Six Polk Relinquishes Title Hold In '54 (Continued From Page 1) Three Tankers lightwelterweiglit Robert Johnson middleweight Carl Smith and light-heavyweight Robert Barksdale were picked as favorites to take crowns in pre- tourney predictions but Tommy Johnson fought an uphill fight all the way to the final bell. In a run-down of the finals: Gomez Gonzales Sill decisioned Richard "Pineapple" Echavez Polk for the flyweight crown. Gon­ zales displayed effective counter*- punching in the first stanza to rival Echavez's pressing offensive. In the second canto Gonzales found the range and bombarded his lighter opponent with roundhouse lefts. The third round found Echa­ vez tired from bobbing and weav­ ing and Gonzales rode it out to the final bell for the judges' nod. BANTAM BATTLE Bantamweights Sammy Price Sill and Jaime Gonzalez Bliss met on even terms for their finale. Price advanced to the finals by virtue of his decision over Benny Norrell of Polk Gonzales TKO'd Willie Logan of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 April 1954

IQVz went to the 13th Tank Bn with 25 points. Brennan and Garrett finished one-two in the discus both boys are in the 634th AIB. Brennan's toss of 131'3" was more than enough to capture first place in that department 'feammate Gar­ rett was second with 93'6". Watson of the 13th Tank Bn hit 81'5" for third place. The 220 yard dash always a spec­ tacular event was finished in fast time. Gray of the 701st made the distance in 23.4 seconds. Prescoll of the 634th and Hogan of the 13th Tank finished second and third re­ spectively. The 440 yard dash went to Piglia of the 634th AIB. Time for the dis­ tance was 67 seconds. Rodgers of the 71st finished second. Mightfrom THE ARMORED SENTINEL Thursday April 22 1954 Page Seven 1 LT. COL. KELTON S. DAVIS second from right executive offi­ cer of Combat Command B presents the team trophy for the re­ cent CCB track meet to Lt. Col. John J. Pavich commanding of­ ficer of the 634th Armored Infantry Battalion. The 634th team won the meet with 117 poin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 April 1954

Page Eight CO 634th Armored Infantry Bn Olin R. Beech Glenn C. Dormire Jack T. Wilson Duane A. Boenig Frank VV. Fajkus James F. Lula and Alfredo C. Martinez have been promoted to corporal. Sergeants Wilbert H. Gibson Car- lee Buttery and Private Frank C. May are the new EM assigned to thir organization. Preparations are being made for our trip to San Antonio next week in order to participate in the San Antonio Fiesta Parade. A CO The company held its company party at the Pilot Knob Ranch house. There was plenty to eat and drink and some entertainment. Rubin W. W. Huber and Jose A. Rodriguez were promoted. Sgt. Willie Godwin and SFC James W. Blackmon are depart­ ing for the rigorous ranger course at Fort Benning. CO The following men were promot­ ed this week to sergeant Muriel E. Hale to corporal William Geor­ ge Clarence Schrank and Robert Spurlock to private first class Robert Armstrong Anthony Brown Vernon Hodge Gerald Pitman and Ralph Wood. PFC Buck Owens has left for a discharg...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 April 1954

Thursday April 22 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory A-1 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST. FOUND B- 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 lion 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. FOUND 2 BILLFOLDS CONTAINING personal papers of Euginia I. Patterson and Willie Moffet Drake. Owners may claim these at Post Provost Marshall Office Bldg. 7. See Sergeant First Class Castille Sergeant-Major. 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-1 MARLBORO HEIGHTS RENTALS INC. 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 57.50 Unfu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 April 1954

Page Ten 25th Armored Infantry Bn HQ CO Capt. Clarence P. Nash former adjutant of the 25th AIB reported to the 4005th ASU last week. Cpl. Juan F: Mata company clerk returned from a 10 day leave. Cpl. F. H. Saaveda enjoyed a three day pass visiting his family during the Easter holidays and PFC Carl V. Schiffelbine went on a 15 day leave last week. The company bids farewell to Pvt. Charles M. Sams who is be­ ing discharged and Pvt. Donald R. Lindeman who was reassigned to the 1264th ASU overseas. PFC Morton Soosman has left the company and has gone to his home in Boston Mass. prior to go­ ing to Europe. The company welcomed Cpl. Thomas E. Williams Jr. v/ho was assigned from the 501st Replace­ ment Company and Cpl. John W. Rotch who was assigned M-Sgt. Henry Munshower is home on a 15-day leave. PFC Glenn L. Gist is home on a 5 day leave. Lt. Fred Donham is at his home spending a 12 day leave. Three new men joined the com­ pany last week. They are Privates Ben Greer Touie Arnold and Edw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 April 1954

VOL. 2 No. 17 After expansive remodeling and improvement of facilities the Main Fort Hood Exchange was of­ ficially reopened by Maj. Gen Wil­ liam S. Biddle 1st Armored Di­ vision commander at a ribbon cut­ ting ceremony Monday. The remodeling of the exchange is part of an expanded program sy the post exchange office. The Itore has added 5800 square feet floor space bringing the tofal to 10600 square feet at the build­ ing headquarters avenue and 50th street. ja At a cost of about S40000 the exchange has been ^modeled completely and new departments have been added. The store has been air conditioned a sprinkler system has been installed and new lighting fixtures and counters have been added. All basic items have been made self service in order to speed serv­ ice. Present at the opening were Brig. Gen. Edward G. Farrand assist­ ant commander Brig Gen. Vonna F. Burger division' artillery com­ mander Col. James L. Beynon acting deputy post commander Col. C. R. Fredericks chief of the A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 April 1954

Page Two The aggressor forces who will provide opposition for the 1st Arm­ ored Division during Exercise "Spearhead" assembled at Fort Hood this week for a review by their commander Brig. Gen. John J. Binns assistant commander of the 5th Armored Division Camp Chaffee Ark. Spearhead is the 22000 man man­ euver scheduled for May 3-19 at the Fort Hood military reservation in which the entire 1st Armored Di­ vision will take part. General Binns who has been named maneuver control director for Spearhead is in charge of the activities of both aggressor forces and umpires. While the aggressors act as the opposition during the maneuver wearing distinctive "forest green" uniforms special insignia and hel­ mets to typify a foreign fighting force the umpires will serve as observers determining the success of military objectives and tactical moves. For MEN & WOMEN "-Y/y(: --Vsd" fy- Aggressor Force Ready To Play Spearhead Role In addressing the aggressor for­ ces composed of men from Fort H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 April 1954

Thursday April 29 1954 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES every meal a pleasant 0 treat SEA FOODS FRIED CHICKEN STEAKS Thursday April 29 No. 1—"Them" Edmund Gwenn James Whitmore No- 3—"Fireman Save My Child" Spike Jones No. 4—"Three Sailors And A Girl" Jane Powell Gordon MacRae NORTH FORT CLUB—So Long It's Been Nice Party ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Chess BRIGADE CLUB—Cross Country Tour Friday5 April 30 No. 1—"Them" Edmund Gwenn James Whitmore No. 3—"Three Sailors And A Girl" Jane Powell No. 4—"Witness To Murder" Barbara Stanwyck George Sanders Gary Merrill NORTH FORT CLUB—Come As You Are Party ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Jam Session BRIGADE CLUB—Monte Carlo Night Saturday May 1 No. 1—"Fireman Save My Child" Spike Jones No. 3—"Three Sailors And A Girl" Jane Powell Gordon MacRae No. 4—"Stalag 17" William Holden Don Taylor Sunday May 2 No. 1—"Three Sailors And A Girl" Jane Powell Gordon MacRae No. 3—"Lucky Me" Doris Day Robert Cummings Phil Silvers No. 4—"Hondo" John Wayne Ward Bond No. 5—"Them" Edmund Gw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 April 1954

Page Fonr mLLIAM s- College St. At Highway 190 Published in the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company Temple Texas. Policies and statements rcflectei Id the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and under no circumstances *re t® be ctBBfdwei th#se of the Departnaeiit or the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute mi endorsement.by the Department of Defense of the products 01 services advertised. All news matter for m.ititrstiinn chnuld he sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel Fort Hood t«one 3200. This publication receives Armed Forees Press Service material #nd pa'wrs »re authorized to reprtat nom-eopyrirhted AFPS material Without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 4111 Temple Texas. Subscription off post $3.00 per year tl.M for three months. Distribution on Post free. All pictures...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 April 1954

Thursday April 29 1954 KNOW YOUR RECRUITER SFC Dirl A. Mayard enlisted in the Army in April 1950. Ser­ geant Mayard after completing advanced basic training at Fort Ord Calif. then attended Chief Quartermaster Specialist Course Quartermaster School at Fort Lee. From May 1952 until Octo­ ber 1953 he was assigned to the Yokohama Ordnance Depot Jap­ an. Sergeant Mayard after re- enlisting is now assigned to the Post Recruiting Office. 4th Army Employees Have Low Illness Rate Noah has nothing on the men of Btry of the 1st Armored Divi- Kon's 73rd Armored Field Artil- rery Bn. When the artillerymen return­ ed to their barracks after the re­ iv is on an brought with them four baby Tex­ as jackrabbits and five baby crows they found in the field. They already had a cat that celebrated their return to garrison by having four kittens. .... FOR A GLORIOUS FUN FILLED RODEO IN KILLEEN April 29th Thru May 1st ARNOLD'S Plumbing & Heating 207 WEST AVE. KILLEEN &• EI/ER/THIN&/ -Everywher...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 April 1954

Command level track and field teams set a torrid pace yesterday in the preliminary competition of the Post Track and Field Meet. Today with eight commands com­ peting the finals will be settled in 16 individual competitive events and three relay events. Yesterday at 1:30 the Parade of Champions at Prichard Field of­ ficially opened the 1954 Post Track and Field Meet. Following the Na­ tional Anthem by the First Armor­ ed Division Band the Commanding General's representative gave a brief opening address. At 1:45 the first preliminary event (100 yard dash) was run-off. Following the rapid dash 103 con­ testants vied for positions in the finals today. The order of events for today are as follows: Event approximate Time 120 yd. high hurdles 1:15 100.yd. dash 1:30 1 mile run 1:45 440 yd. dash 2:00 440.yd. relay 2:15 2 mile run 2:30 220 yd. dash 2:50 880 yd. run 3:00 220 yd. low hurdles 3:10 880.yd. relay 3:20 S mile run 3:30 1 mile relay 3:55 field events Pole vault 1:15 High jump 1:15 J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 April 1954

Thursday April 29 1954 Hood boxing fans were treated to their final share of boxing thrills prior to "Operation Spearhead" as fight action resumed under he lights Sunday night. The weekly card has been suspended till May 23. Several hundred spectators re­ ceived a "lion's" share of enter tainment Sunday as Special Ser­ vices presented 17 bouts in the out­ door sports arena. Two knockouts and five TKO's highlighted the bouts. John Kilgore a tricky light­ weight from the 46th Eng Bn gave the card a flying start as he scored a second round KO over stocky Roland Riley. Kilgore needed only 53 seconds of the second to polish off his scrappy Irish rival from the 702nd A" md Inf Bn. Aggressive Wallace Thomas cap­ italized on the in fighting to de­ throne lightweight Andrew Men- doza in a Post title bout. Thomas took control of the bout in the first with slashing blows to Mendoza's head. Mendoza a battler from the 16th Eng Bn never regained enough punch to carry the fight and Thom­ as went o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 April 1954

Page Eiglit Sports Notes By JIM BAPIS June 17 is the tentative date set for the heavyweight title bout be­ tween Rocky Marciano and Ezzard Charles. The fight figures to draw one of the biggest gates in heavy­ weight history and the ballyhoo is already building up. Fans are al­ ready responding to the pre-fight activities of both fighters. Heavy­ weight Champion Rocky Marciano will undoubtedly enter the ring as the favorite but betting odds on the fight can't possibly be quoted a Champ Ezzard Charles is confi­ dent lhat he will be the first man You'll howl with laughter... and chill with fright to the daring feats that go to make the TKE BIGGEST ... AND BEST... EVER! APRIL 29th thru May 1 Be sure and see the big street parade the even­ ing of April 29th. Store No. 1 & 2 Killeen Texas in heavyweight history to regain the crown but this writer believes along with the concensus that Mar­ ciano will defeat Charles via the knockout route. Hurricane Tommy Jackson is the latest and fast...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 April 1954

Thursday April 29 1954 7th AFA BTRY Good luck to Privates Norbert P. Hoeltke Robert L. Carson Nor­ man D. McKay and Wilbur G. Walker Jr. now attending schools off post. Lots of fun to SFC Alan E. Soren- son Privates Harrel L. Ashley and Deward C. Curtis now on leaves. Congratulations to Lt. William H. Bellis Corporals Curtis Anderson Cecil W. Martin Jr. James M. Brown Earl Kennison Jr. Thomas A. Monczewski Charles Feather- stone and William H. Mapes on their promotions. Lloyd K. Chumbly back from leave and has been welcomed back to the mess hall as cook. Hello to Sgt. John L. Mitcham Cpl. John F. Twyman PFC Rich­ ard A. Jenkins and Privates Geor­ ge Myers Charles A. Beazell Rich­ ard W. Johnson John L. Swimmer new arrivals to the battery. A BTRY Privates Carl Emili and Adam Sternberg who have been with the battery for only a short while are now attending school at Camp Chaffee. The chief of firing battery M- Sgt. William Martin and chief of detail M-Sgt. Willie Garrett are still on ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 April 1954

Page Ten Officer personnel of the 1st Arm­ ored Division and Fort Hood saw three types of light Army aircraft perform special tactical missions in a demonstration staged last Fri­ day afternoon at the Fort Hood Airfield by the 1st Armored Divi­ sion Aviation Section. The demonstration which was conducted in two periods illustrat­ ed the techniques of operation of the L-19 and L-20 high-wing Army monoplanes and the H-23 helicop­ ter. Pilots of the aviation section flew simulated transportation and communications missions for the officer groups. One of the most important trans­ portation missions performed by Army aircraft the evaluation of casualties was demonstrated when simulated casualties were transferr from an Army ambu­ lance on the field to an L-20 Beav­ er monoplane piloted by Lt. Philip Jones of Vernon Tex. The L-20 which has a cruise speed of 125 miles an hour and carries a six and one-half hour fuel supply is capable of lifting 1000 pounds. A similar casualty evacuation wa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 April 1954

Thursday April 29 1954 2ND AAA AW BN HQ BTRY The personnel of Hq Btry wish to welcome the following new men into the Btry: M-Sgt. Cleve­ land Hebert SFC Vester Robinson Sergeants William Pickard Albert Suhayda and George Tokarczky Corporals Author Bolyard and Joe LaCotts. Hope these new men like their stay here. The 2d AAA Choir sang at Easter Services at the 162nd street Chap­ el. They rfeally do a wonderful job of music making. The members of Hq Btry wish to congratulate Pvt. James C. Bapis on his new job with the Ar­ mored Sentinel. We all want to say best of luck Jim. A BTRY The battery would like to wel­ come the following men to the or­ ganization SFC Curtis K. Mitchell 5gt. Norman G. Gathright Corpo­ rals Derel D. Watson and Torrez Raul Vargas and Privates George T. Strobel James P. Endsley and Rudolph T. Gaal. The following named EM have departed from this organization and have been separated from the Army and we would like to wish them the best of everything in Civ­ ilian l...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 April 1954

Page Twelve 4005th ASU Enlisted Det Between trips to the range for POR qualification on the carbine questionaires about off post hous­ ing television and a continuous safety campaign the Enlisted De­ tachment seems to be desperately short of adequate bulletin board space. The good marksmen and those who live on post were not so vitally concerned but those who didn't qualify and who live off post have been kept busy. For­ tunately there have been few in the latter category and as a re­ sult the 4005th will soon be par­ ticipating 100 per cent in the safe­ ty campaign. Capt. Ulysses G. Smith has tem­ porarily assumed the duties of Capt. George H. Frese as supply officer. Cpl. George I. Swango of the training section.has left for what sounds like an enviable position. He has received an appointment as military attache to the Ameri­ can Embassy in Thialand. Armed with a grammar book entitled "Spoken Thai" he left for a brief leave and a plane trip to Bang­ kok Thialand in southeast Asia...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 April 1954

[Thursday April 29 1954 701st AIB Aq CO Lt. Harvey Jones joined the com­ pany this week. He has not been assigned yet. The other new men that have been assigned are: CWO Hillmon P. Ladner M-Sgt. Wesley H. Sei- del M-Sgt. Donald A. Stiner Pvt. John Jr. Kowal and Pvt. Warren C. Filibeck. Sgt. Lee C. Sepuluado has gone on 12 days 'leave and PFC John L. Komives has taken eight days leave. PFC John Byerly and Pvt. Rob­ ert A. Delaney have returned from temporary duty. Transfer Point for separation are Sgt. Donald N. Hall and PFC Frank Jr. Loureiro. A CO There are two new officers in the company. They are Lt. Lester E. Barns and Lt. Francis Selvin. This week Sgt. Bonnie Conner and PFC Donald Gamblian were sent to 4005th ASU for separation. New men in the company are Sgt. Richard Cooley Cpl. Otto Da­ vis Cpl. Willie Tollwer PFC Or­ ris Harris and PFC Roy Alexander. Pvt. Franklin Viers is the proud father of a 7 pound baby girl. He is now on leave to celebrate the occasion. CO Sgt. Elias Go...

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