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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 April 1954

Page Fourteen 3 6 504th Signal Battalion HQ CO Headquarters has acquired a new Personnel Sergeant. He is SFC Cleo P. Ransom who has just arrived from Fort Knox. Sgt. William H. Wilhite left the battalion for duty with the ROTC unit at the University of Texas at Austin. The battalion track team gave a fine showing at the Post Unit Track Meet winning five first plac­ es and two seconds. Most outstand­ ing was the winning height in the pole vault of 12'6" by Cpl. Henry Staats and the 153'6" javelin throw by Cpl. Leonard Spadafino. Corporals Alan Hannas and Hen­ ry Staats gave a trampoline exhi­ bition at the VA Hospital in Tem­ ple last week. 54th SIG CO Cpl. John K. Lord is planning to be married next week at the Brigade Avenue East Chapel. Cpl. Ernest Spurlock and PFC Donald Sleighter returned from their leaves this week. Pvt. George Piper left the unit this week to' attend Artillery Of­ ficer's Candidate School at Ft. Sill. 207th SIG CO The 207th Sig Co this week was happy to welcom...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 April 1954

Thurgday April 29 1954 LEGALS seu /7/ Legal Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at .Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST FOUND B-8 DON'T FORGET THE BABRIC SHOPPE has an annual Anniversary Irom April 1 thru 10. Stop in and visit us and save money. 620.00 REWARD FOR ANY INFORMA- tion leading to recovery of a Selmen Gold Tenor Saxophone in light brown leather case stolen February 7 1934 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 t0UND: BILLFOLD CONTAINING DRIV- ers license issued to Eugenia I. Patter­ son. Owner may claim at office of the Provost Marshall Bldg. 7. See SFC Cas- tiile. froUND 2 BILLFOLDS CONTAINING personal papers of Euginia I. Patterson and Willie Moffet Drake. Owners may claim these at Post Provost Marshall's Office. Bldg. 7. See Sergeant First Class Castilie. Sergeant-Ma.ior froUND: ONE ELECTRIC RAZOR LEFT in my car by Fort Ho...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 29 April 1954

Page Sixteen Washington (ANF) The flash­ ing glint of hundreds of bayonets is a familiar sight in the U. S Army's training camps. Bayonet drill is an integral part of basic training— but it's a far cry from the stylized fencing of old from which it derives. The olive drab helmets and heavy combat boots of today's bay­ onet wielder are in sharp contrast to the plumed hats and cavalier getup romantic fiction tells us those long-ago duelists wore. The word bayonet itself is a de­ rivation of Bayonne the name of a French town where it is said the foBUCK-DMWfo —-UUL Phyllht Avery 202 AYE. ftafurtd with Bayonet Training Is Major Role In Basic Training Cycle forerunners of this weapon first were used in 1647. The Grenadier Guards in 1693 are said to have been the first regiment equipped with bayonets. DEFENSE TACTIC These early bayonets consisted of a dagger which the musketeer stuck by means of its handle into the muzzle of his weapon to shield him from cavalry charges. The Army's first b...

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

VOL. 2 No. 18 The landscape is deceptively quiet. Only here and there can be seen the bobbing white dots of the umpires' helmets. Otherwise all is still. But in every cluster of fol­ iage in every seemingly natural hillock lies hidden the explosive potential of a fighting fury—Amei*- WORLD NEWS IN BRIEF Communist Vietminh troops moved early this week for anew assault on the beleaguered fortress of Dien Bien Phu after French Union troops stopped their drive on Sunday. Meanwhile reports from Geneva in­ dicated that both participants in the jungle war might be facing each other across the peace table within a few days. Under "serious consideration" in Washington was a plan by the Senate Investigation Sub-committee to speed up the McCarthy-Army hearings and bring them to an early close. The initial proposal was made by the Army counsel. A Senate debate on proposed revision of the Taft-Hartley labor law was threatened with a filibuster this week by Southern members be­ cause of an amendm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 May 1954

Page Two 505th Sig. Gp HQ DET Sgt. Manual Bravo is taking 15 days leave prior to reenlisting for four years. Also taking leave is M-Sgt. Edwin Bates who will be at his home in Oregon 111. for seven days prior to attending the adjutant generals school at Fort Benjamin Harrison Ind. The TI&E Room now has several USAFI Courses on the shelves with the trend being toward lang­ uage courses. There are also oth­ er courses including bookkeeping and auditing. The courses are free but no credit is allowed for hav­ ing taken them. Self initiative and personal satisfaction are the only rewards. The new equipment in the I&E Room also includes check­ er boards and card games. These are receiving a lot of use during off duty hours. Cpl. Helmut Falk and Pvt. Pet­ er Shauer are taking the afternoons to get in shape for forthcoming boxing competition. Corporal Falk has also had the distinguished hon­ or of being chosen soldier of the month for the 303rd Signal Battal­ ion. Reports from the f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 May 1954

Thursday May 6 1954 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES James Mason Thursday May 6 No. 1—"Hondo" John Wayne Ward Bond No. 3—"Shadow Man" Casar Romero Kay Kendall No- 4—"The Lone Gun" George Montgomery Dorothy Malone No. 5—"Three Sailors and A Girl" June Powell Gordon Macrae Friday May 7 No. 1—"Hondo" John Wayne Ward Bond No. 3—"The Lone Gun" George Motgomery Dorothy Malone No. 4—"The Saracen Blade" Ricardo Montalban Betta St. John No. 5—"Witness To Murder" Barbara Stanwyck George Sanders Saturday May 8 No. 1—"Shadow Man" Casar Romero Kay Kendall No. 3—"The Lone Gun" George Montgomery No. 4—"Pickup on South Street" Richard Widmark Jean Peters No. 5—"The Prisoner of Zenda" Stewart Granger Deborah Kerr Sunday5 May 9 No. 1—"The Lone Gun" George Montgomery No- 3—"The Saracen Blade" Ricardo Montalban Betta St. John No. S—"Hondo" John Wayne Ward Bond Monday May 10 *o. 1—"The Loe Gun" George Montgomery No. 3—"Pickup On South Street" Richard Widmark Jean Peters No. 5—"Hondo" John Wayne Ward Bond T...

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

Page Four i«o jroci 49ni sfTpet 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 statement's refieete. 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 da not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products or serric«s advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the 1'tiblic Information Office Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone :»200. This publication receives Armed Forses Press Service material and pa:ers are authorized to reprint non-copyrighted AFPS material without written permission from Al'PS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 419 Temple Texas. Subscription off post 53.00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. All pictures are U...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 May 1954

Thursday May 6 1954 16th AEB co The following EM have been new- assigned to the company: M- Sgt. Gifford McLaughlin Earl Kee- nan SFC Edward Rybat Edwin C. White Sgt. Wilbur Lee William Lee James Anderson PFC Edward Freed and Harvey Aaron. iy PFC James Seder Samuel In­ gram and Pvt. Calvin D. Fry are back from leave. A CO Those joining the company were SFC Lloyd C. Hopkins M-Sgt. Jo­ seph J. Akers M-Sgt. James R. Davis Jr. and Pvt. Richard Plass- meyer. Cpl. Alvie Nelson and PFC Her­ bert Thomason returned to the company after attending the Food Service School. CO The unit is receiving new men in­ to the company every day they are PFC Willie C. Lovelace Ser­ geants Donald E. Chavis Joseph J. Lynch Corporals Bobby L. Price Frank W. Henneberger Charles L. Bell Benjamin T. Southhard Ro­ bert J. Wilson. Privates First Class Stenson Fears Leroy J. Supples an in oh so Bride. The company is glad to have SFC Joseph Bantum back from school. CO The time draws near for Ex- rcise Spearhead and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 May 1954

Page Six Divarty Relays Shine In Meet The Division Trains Track and Field team won a slim victory in the 1954 Fort Hood Track and Field meet over division artillery who ran a very close second. Point to­ tals were as follows: Division Trains 54 Div Arty 52 CC"B" 41 CC"A" 31 CC"R" 30 Post Units 2VA and 17th Armd Group 412- The meet was one of the most exciting held at Fort Hood. Few records were broken but the out­ come of the competition was in doubt until the very end. Division Trains captured first place in four events second place in three events thii'd place in six events and fourth place in four events to edge out the smooth running Div Arty competitors. The Red Braid was well repre­ sented in the meet as Div Arty kept the affair "nip and tuck". They captured first place in two events second place in five events and third place in five events. The Artillery Crew also placed men in fourth place five times. Most spectacular showing of the meet was made by SFC Elbert Agee of the C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 6 May 1954

Thursday May 6 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law B'adley JBldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-1 MARLBORO HEIGHTS RENTALS INC Colored Development. 1 and 2 bedroom Duplexes RENTAL OFFICE 927 Stetson Ave—Phone 4175 HIGHWAY 190—KILLEEN ROOMS C-5 FOR RENT: HIL-VUE MOTEL TEMPLE Located south of S&S Club modern cabins kitchentte reasonable rates. Phone 3-4221. FINANCIAL INSURANCE F-3 Automobile Liability Insurance for all military personnel. MASHBURN & SCOTT Real Kstate insurance M.'j W. Rancier KILLEEN. TEXAS EMPLOYMENT HELP WANTED MALE-FEMALE H-3 ATTENTION FIRST THREE GRADERS Unlimited opportunity to make extra money in spare time. If interested can- tact Ollie B. Atchison 1709 South 7th Street Temple. Phone 3-5259 before 7 p.m. SITUATIONS WANTED H-6 "—WOMAN RESPONSIBLE SEEKS EM- ployment as babysitter any time. Mrs. Karr phone Killeen 12221. MERCHANDISE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 1-1 FOR SALE—WRINGER WASHING MA chine good condition. S...

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

Page Eight 2ND AAA AW BN A BTRY The bafery would like to wel­ come the following named men to this organization: M-Sgt. Ashby Person SFC Lloyd E. Turner Sgt. Andrew Broadie Cpl Lonnie Rob- bins and PFC Ernest L. Prichard. Congratulations are in order for Privates First Class Mack M. Mc- Connell and Charles L. Stearns on their recent promotion. SFC Richard Palmer known to the Fort Hood WAC Detachment as "KILLER" made the announce­ ment at the Zebra Lounge of his future wedding to Miss Elaine Nicn ols from Middleton Conn. and a wedding reception is planned fol­ lowing the ceremony by his friends a the ZEbra Lounge on the 15th of July. The men of the battery are ready for the field problem opera­ tion Spearhead with their morale very high. BTliY A hearty welcome is extended by the members of the battery to the group of new men who were recently assigned to the battery. The coming maneuvers was also the cause of the return of all the men from leave. BTRY The battery swept the first roun...

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

VOL. 2. No. 19 seventy-eighth. PRESIDENT DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER A PROCLAMATION (By President of the United States) WHEREAS the members of the Armed Forces of the United States have constantly demonstrated their loyalty and devotion to the service of their country and WHEREAS the men and women of the Armed Forces are actively engaged at home and overseas in upholding and defending our demo­ cratic way of life as opposed to ideologies which seek to destroy the basic principles of freedom cherished by this Nation and WHEREAS it is appropriate that on a special day each year our Armed Forces demonstrate to the people of thfe United States and our friends overseas their increased teamwork and efficiency and their technological advances and WHEREAS it is fitting and proper that all our citizens devote one day each year io paying special tribute to our fighting forces as the protectors and defenders of our Nation NOW THEREFORE I DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER President of "he United States of America ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 May 1954

Page Two $ V%% The Army Signal Corps opened the first regularly and publicly us­ ed radio channel in the United States in 1899. Thru Buses! NO CHANGE Between Contact Killeen Agent for full details! «N VX \V VSS ^e.V*S| r^v\ 'h s5% 6 CASUALTY oni nr U.A. MHY PMOTOf HONORING THE 12TH ANNIVERSARY of the Women's Army Corps which will be celebrated tomorrow members of Fort Hood's WAC Detachment 4005th ASU are shown performing military duties and enjoying recreational activities.. (1) Sgt. Elizabeth Chesley is the manager of the WAC softbali team this year and she was also active during the bowling season. (2) SFC Frances L. Acosta combines an Army career with being a housewife. Sergeant Acosta works at the Casualty Section at Post Personnel and after duty hours resides off post. (3) M/Sgt. Jane D. Perot is one of the few masters in the detachment and is a technician at the Station Hospital. (4) Cpl. Margaret F. Ward has many ardent admirers and one is shown above getting "weighed in." Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 May 1954

Thursday May 13 1954 4 Spearhead Soldiers To See Talent Show "Talent Revue" a musical pro­ duction resulting from the recent Fourth Army Talent Contest and consisting of six variety numbers will play for the Fort Hood tank- PAfterinAggressor and Forces now en- 'ged Exercise Spearhead. an engagement in the field for all major commands today at 10:00 2:00 and 5:00 the cast will return to the comforts of South Fort Hood and play for the hospi­ tal at 6:30 Friday evening. Later in the evening the group will be heard at Theater No. 1 at 8:30 immediately following the closing of the first showing of the movie there. Representing Fort Hood in this all-soldier show will be M/Sgt. Frank G. Hardin and his Ham­ Saturday Will Open Annual Swimming Season At Hood The post swimming pools will open for the summer season on Saturday post headquarters has announced. Pool No. 1 is available for mar­ ried enlisted personnel their fam­ ily dependents and guests and civ­ ilians residing on post. Unmarrie...

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

Page Four Birdseye DIAPERS Sanitary packed in boxes. SA" $• 69 PRICE Doz. Children's Noveliy PLAYCLOTHES Twistalene playelothes that require no iron­ ing. Choice of halters jackets shorts or peddle pushers. VALUES TO $1.99. Sixes 2 to 6x. SALE PRICE 99 LADIES' PANTIES White cotton plisse panties that need no ironing. Regular 59c quality. SALE PRICE 39 BLOUSES One group originally priced much higher. Tee shirts too. While they last. SALE PRICE 99 LADIES GOWNS Top values from some of Americas largest makers. Cottons Jerseys values to $3.98. SALE PRICE 99 *1 LADIES' Strapless Bras All nylon continuous stitch strap­ less bra. Reg. $2.50. Size 32-33 ABC cups. 198 LADIES' COTTON HALF SUPS With a wide eyelet embroidery. Regular $2.29 value. 79o LADIES' SLIPS Full length four gore cotton slips with eyelet embroidery top & bottom. All siies. Reg. $1.69. SALE PRICE 99 FAMOUS BRAND SHEETS First quality 81x99 sixe. Finest type 128 muslin. Beautiful finished. Bleach- id. SALE PRICE 59 *1 LAD...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 May 1954

13 1954 MEN'S Son'ori"d U"! SALE PRICE AACirrGR01"' w»P «f bttttr ZZT— SALE PRICE $ CHAMBRAY W«« ehambray wiffc I0V* boo9l» them before and I Siles 14.17. "°W High shades in thick terry wash cloths. Regular 25c value. 7 5 For 1.00 Curtain Marquisette SALE PRICE 4 Yds. CHILDREN'S PLAYCLOTHES Girls playelothes of seersucker. Two piece can can styles. $1.98 OUR MONEY IILY ANYTIME THIS MONTH AND SAVE IF age 4 of this issue you'll find a map showing the way to reach Georgetown predate the savings! You'll enjoy the drive! iS SAVES YOU MONEY CANNON WASH CLOTHS 1.00 For CANNON TOWELS Nice siie terry towels ideal for many uses. 29c value now on sale for only •tain fabric Reg. 39c. Exceptional purchase of better curtain fabrics. Woven clip dot on pastel colored. Reg. 39c. 1.00 MEN'S HORSEHIDE GLOVES Wolverine horsehide gloves with pull tab. They will not dry out hard. SALE PRICE 5 2.49 Value STRAW HATS Spring and summer fine straws and piques. Off face styles large brims for matrons and young...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 May 1954

First Bagger Becic Top Club Batsman The 2d AAA Bn baseball team led by tight fielding and long ball hitting Thomas'Becic at first base are working themselves into a top contenders role for this years Bat­ talion baseball competition at Fort Hood. The "Cannoneers" as they sometimes referred to have swept through three practice games with­ out defeat as they worked out the "kinks" in preparation for the official opening of the 1954 base­ ball season at Fort Hood. Pvt. John Crockett and Sgt. Prado make up the rest of the coaching staff.- Both of these men pack plenty of baseball "savvy to apply when the going is rough. In pre-season competition the Red Braid Crew dumped the 501st MP's with a tremendous hitting barrage. Final score was 18-7. They followed up that win by out hustling a surprisingly strong 701- st AIB squad 7-4. Their latest vic­ tory is over the 25th AIB in a hard played 11-5 contest. Lt. Morrison has a number of games planned before the official curtain goes up on the f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 May 1954

Thursday May 13 1954 Barksdale Loses Belting airborne champs from the Third Army and ring-wise bat­ tlers from USAREUR fought their way to nine championships and honors in the All-Army Boxing Tournament in Fort Bliss May 8 The Third Army aggregation wound up the tourney Friday with six weight crowns and 34 team points. The European team won three crowns and the runnerup team title with 19 points. Second Army placed third with 12 tallies Fourth Army 10 Fifth Army eight Sixth Army seven First Battalion boxing will re­ sume in the Sports Arena fol­ lowing the completion of "Ex­ ercise Spearhead." The next scheduled program is for May 23. Army six USARPAC two and the Military District of Washing­ ton took last place with one tally. The "Most Outstanding Boxer Award" considered to be the most coveted of the tourney was pre­ sented to middleweight Roscoe El- iott. Representing the Third Army lliott won a split decision from James Crawford USAREUR the quarter-finals. He pounded out a close...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 May 1954

Page Eight Published In the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas rrery Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Policies and •tatemrors reflectei to 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 Public Information Office. Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forties Press Service material ftnd papers are authorised to reprint non-copyrirhted AFPS material without writteo permission from AFPS. _____ Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 419 Temple Texas. Subscription off post $3.00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. All pictures are United States Army...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 May 1954

Thursday May 13 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory NEIL E CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law B-adley Bids. Killecn Ph. 1861 RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED MARLBORO HEIGHTS RENTALS. IISL Colored Development 1 and bedroom Duplexes RENTAL OFFICE 927 Stetson Ave—Plume 41 HIGHWAY 190—K1LLEEN ROOMS FOR" RENT: HTL-VUE MOTEL. TEMPLE. Located south of S&S Club modern cabins kitchentte reasonable rates. Phone 3-4221. FINANCIAL INSURANCE Automobile Liability Insurance for all military personnel. MASHBURN & SCOTT Real Estate Insurance 915 W. Rancier KILLEEN. TEXAS EMPLOYMENT HELP WANTED MALE-FEMALE ATTENTION FIRST THREE GRADERS Unlimited opportunity to make extra moncv in spare time. If interested can- lact Ollie B. Atchison 1709 South 7th Street Temple. Phone 3-52j9 before 7 p.m. SITUATIONS WANTED H-6 -WOMAN RESPONSIBLE. SEEKS EM- ployment as babysitter any time. Mrs. Karr phone Killecn 12221. MERCHANDISE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 1-1 FOR SALE—WRINGER WASHING MA- chine good condition. S60 New unused Sin...

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