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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 13 May 1954

Page Ten 303rd Signal Battalion A CO During the past week Company A has received a new Command­ ing Officer and a new First Ser­ geant. As of 1 May Capt. Morton G. Alger has taken over the com­ mand of this Company which has been handled so capably for the last five months by Capt. Harry A. Dexter. The former CO is pres­ ently on orders for overseas ship­ ment to Europe. The first sergeant spot is now being filled by SFC Billie E. Bark­ er who is taking the place of M- Sgt. George H. Black who is leav­ ing Fort Hood for duty as an ROTC instructor in Dallas Texas. With nearly half the company strength engaged in "Operation Spearhead" there has been little emphasis placed on athletic events of any kind this week. Congratulations are in order for PFC Willie D. Wilson his wife gave birth to a girl weighing 6 lbs 8 ozs on 5 May. CO Activity has reached an all time low this week as K.P. Guard duty CQ etc. are the only details tak­ ing any personnel at all. All sec­ tions are basking in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 May 1954

VOL. 2 No. 20 I When a Combat Command—the armor equivalent of an infantry regiment goes into the field for combat-type maneuvers it is sup­ ported by many small but import­ ant component units which give it specialized technical assistance. Combat Command A of the 1st Armored Division during Exercise Spearhead on the Fort Hood reser­ vation had Co. of the 123rd Arm­ ored Ordnance Bn. attached for support purposes during the giant maneuver. The company is made up of sev- sections each equipped for a ecial repair- job on motor vehic­ les and personnel trained to make the repairs in field or garrison. All vehicles within the command which require-more attention than can be given by crewmen or bat­ talion-level mechanics are turned over to the ordnance company "ho pital" where the fault is corrected. As might be expected the larg­ est section of Co. is the track- vehicle section which handles the repair of tanks' half-tracks per­ sonnel carriers and other armored vehicles. The next larg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 May 1954

Page Two By Pvt. Bob Sheridan An army still inarches on its stomach. And men who are sent to installa­ tions in this country and through­ out the world as cooks and mess stewards from the Fourth Army Area Food Service School at Fort Hood are prepared to feed Amer­ ican soldiers. Training at the school covers all situations which cooks will meet whether feeding men in garrison the field or aboard troop trains. STUDENTS ATTENDING THE Fourth Army Area Food Service School Fort Hood receive on-the-job experience in the training kitchens. Pvt. John M. Zeubul (left) prepares gravy while Pvt. Larry Urasaki (right) learns potato frying technique under the direction of SFC Vernon Birmingham director of the student mess. Both men are members of Cooking Class 38. (U. S. Army Photo by Corbin AFTER SETTING UP a kitchen tent in the field Sgt. Roy E. Jones (left) and Pvt. Rodolfo C. Gonzales a member of Cooking Class 36 are installing M-1937 field ranges. Men attending the Fourth Army Area Food Ser...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 May 1954

Thursday May 20 1954 THEATERS SERVICE: CLUBS MESSES Scott. SUN.. MON & TUES. May 23-24-25 Gory COOPER •Barbn™ Color Cartoon & News ^WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY May 26-27 MGRANT KERR DEBORAH PIDGEON: WALTER COLOR CARTOON TODAY FRIDAY & SATURDAY IT MAULS RIPS AND VANISHES ...in the Terror- Ridden Streets of Paris! Thursday9 May 20 N°» 1—"Men Of The Fighting Lady" Van Johnson Pidgeon. No. 3—"Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" Jane Russell lonroe. No. 5—''Blackout" Dane Clark Belinda Lee. ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Chess & Checkers. BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Birthday Party. Friday May 21 No. 1—"Men Of The Fighting Lady" Van Johnson Pidgeon- No. 3—''The Long Wait" Anthony Quinn Peggy Cas No. 5—"Wicked Woman" Beverly Michaels Richai Evelyn ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Bridge Boxing on TV BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Lunch Box Social Dane NORTH FORT CLUB—Farewell SPEARHEAD Party. Saturday9 May 22 No. 1—"Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" Jane Russell Marnroe. No. 3—"The Long Wait" Anthony Quinn Peggy Ca: No. 5—"Badman's Terr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 May 1954

Page Four 122 East 42nd Street 121 N. Main I'ubllshea 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 rcflectei in the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers nnd 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 Mood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and pa ers are authorized to reprint nou-copyriehted AFPS materia) without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy shonld be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 419 Temple Texas. Subscription off post $3.00 pel year 51.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. Ail pictures...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 May 1954

Thursday May 20 19S4 4 THE 1954 17-INCH FULL 17 INCH SCREEN $29.50 VALUE $39.95 VALUE $49.95 VALUE CHROME 5 piece set 36 60 table $ CHROME 5 Piece Set 30x48 table 4 chairs Tired ofsquinfmg afpeew^W?..fft^Wisfiing ftra second sef?..iVarting -for color ?..-4^orjusf wafting CROSIEY SUPER-V 39 Featured on "Your Hit Parade" Takes up less space New Super-Vertical Circuit Front is all screen Light enough to carry Tube-Life Extender Choice of 3 finishes Ybu can see it BETTER! on a CROSLEY MATTRESSES SALE price ALL NAMED BRAND INNERSPRING MATTRESSES DINETTES FURNITURE MART SI 9®95 S29e95 $39»95 Reg. Price SALE PRICE 10Q95 $QQ95 foam rubber seats... I 07 ©T *C095 ALL CHROME $ 129°\o DOUBLE DRESSER BOOKCASE BED Solid hard wood photo glass $07 CA mirror blonde finish O# «9U MAPLE DOUBLE DRESSER Nice large mirror 97* 3-PC. DOUBLE DRESSER CHEST $1 flft BOOKCASE BED. Regular $199.50 3-PC. DOUBLE DRESSER PANEL BED NIGHT TABLE. Regular $246.00 I 07«9U THE HOME THAT'S SMART SHOPS THE FURNITURE MART K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 May 1954

Page Six By MILTON HOLSTROM Plans for Fort Hood's Track and Field team began to take shape this week as May 28 to 29 were the dates set for the Fourth Army Track and Field Meet at Fort Sill. Twenty-one cindermen represent­ ing 12 division units and three post units will travel to the Artillery Center about May 24 to enter com­ petition in the five-state meet. Last year on home stamping grounds Hood placed third in a field of six behind Fort Sill and ever-powerful B.A.M.C. Again this year Sill and the B.A.M.C. "Com­ ets" perennially in contention are expected to offer stiff competition. An added attraction of last year's meet was a pole vault exhibition by Rev. Bob Richards. In Prich- ard Stadium Richards vaulted 15'4" in a stiff wind. No word has been received from Sill regard­ ing outstanding exhibitions but plans include a triathlon event. Pointing the 1956 Olympics the Fourth Army added the tri­ athlon (long-distance running middle-distance swimming and pistol shooting) to the li...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 May 1954

Thursday May 20 1954 Phone 225 701 S. Key By JIM BAPIS Red Sox Great Back in Stride When Ted Williams cleared the right field roof at Briggs Stadium with a towering home run blast against the Tigers the other day it brought back fond memories of a similar scene which took place 13 years ago in this same ball park. Then it was a young lanky and determined Williams who had yet to earn his prestige stepping to the plate in the 1941 All-Star game and handing the American League a 7-5 victory with his ninth inning circuit clout with 2 men on base. The scene was an everyday affair that highlights almost every base­ ball league in the country but the principals involved here could not be traced to just another ball park. Standing at the plate waiting to take his "cut" at the ball was the most feared hitter in the American League. A pitcher worked carefully with this man. More so than with any other hitter in the league. Baseball strategy would have him keep the ball away from the splendid ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 May 1954

Page Eight Wac Det. The detachment celebrated its 12th anniversary with a dance last Friday evening and a picnic Sat­ urday afternoon. According to re­ ports a good time was had by all. Maj. Lallah C. Stivers will de­ part for recruiting duty. Replac­ ing her as commanding officer is Capt. Gladys M. Culver formerly stationed at Sendai Japan. Sewing on that "all important first stripe" are: Katherine P. But­ ler Mary R. Bruce Dorothy M. Johnson Hilda Melnyk and Alice E. Tamashiro. Estherlena Brown Joan H. Crain Margaret L. Marshall Jeraldine A. Myers and Evelyn M. Wheeler have been promoted to the grade of cor­ poral. Newcomers are Sgt. Margaret A. Thompson arriving from Tokyo Japan PFC Doris A. Sanchez Pvt. Edwina M. Walker and Cpl. Mar­ gie Hill who is a returnee to Fort Hood. Sgt. Dena Hutchins has been transferred to Fort Dix she was active in all company sports and will be missed by many. Headed for the Far East is Sgt. Elaine Shaw former mess ser­ geant PFC Laura Andon and PFC ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 May 1954

Thursday May 20 1954 4005mASU li vr 4* ENLOET The 4005th Enlisted detachment welcomes all the participants of Spearhead back from the field of duty. Even though as a unit we weren't engaged in the actual man­ euvers M-Sgt. James R. Hill first sergeant one day last week un­ expectedly found himself involved in the midst of the conflict. Look­ ing up from his desk Sergeant Hill was suddenly confronted by a bat- tleweary jeep driver. The driver explained that he had been cap­ tured demanded that he be im­ pounded and subsequently reassign ed. Patiently Sergeant Hill tried to impress upon the man that we were neutral and were not active participants of the exercise. Nev­ ertheless the driver was adamant. He stubbornly refused to return to the field or other reassignment un­ its explaining that he had tried them all and had consistently been directed here. To go elsewhere he tated would mean he would only captured again. Finally the frus- rated prisoner left his ultimate destination we a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 May 1954

Page Ten 35th Engr. Const. Gp During the maneuver Spear­ head the group is acting in all capacities possible for an engineer group. Company A and the entire 61st EBC are acting as aggressor forces Company is attached to the 16th AEB as U. S. Forces and S Company and Hq Co ai-e neutral forces acting in adminis­ trative capacities and the 57Sth Company is doing business as us­ ual repairing engineer equipment. Personnel from all companies have been on detached service to the Special Operations Center of the exercise acting as guerillas POW interrogators grave registrars etc. The primary missions of those companies actually engaged in the maneuver is the laying of mines and ocasionally taking some out of the ground that some other unit layed. They also advise other units on operations requiring Engineer "know-how" and fight as Infantry when necessary. Only a few weeks previous to the maneuver a 'new mine warfare Doctrine" was accepted from a former "proposed" status. As a result the tr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 May 1954

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 20 May 1954

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 May 1954

Vol. 2 No. 21 Hood Fire Losses Show Early Decline While fire losses at Fort Hood decreased during the early part of this year the movement of units and sections due to the activa­ tion of the Fourth Armored Divi­ sion presents fire hazards. Extreme care and the alertness of unit commanders and fire mar­ shals during the period were urg­ ed by Lt. Col. John E. Bartlett post fire marshal this week. The movement presents many hazards since housekeeping precautions may become lax and incoming troops have not as yet been indoc­ trinated in fire prevention prac­ tices he said. Fire losses at the post have show- €Lst AD Pays Tribute To Gen. Farrand Tribute will be paid to an officer who has played a key role in the development of the 1st Armored Division into a combat-ready fight­ ing team when he departs Friday. Brig. Gen. Edward G. Farrand former assistant' commander of the division will be honored by a two-platoon honor guard and an 11-gun salute. He will leave next month for an oversea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 May 1954

Fage Two Maj. Gen. William S. Biddle commanding general of the 1st Armored Division made the pres­ entations which were the first since the troop was re-activated by Lt. Gen. Bruce C. Clarke a few years ago. The new Eagle Scouts each of whom have won a minimum of 21 merit badges are Michael Morse son of M/Sgt. and Mrs. Percy Morse Mac Poston son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Carl M. Poston and William Reagan son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Karrell Reagan. In recognition of their scouting achievements Leslie Huddleston and G. Garrett Marsinkowski were awarded first and second class scout badges respectively by John Dike scout executive. Mr. Roy J. Smith president of the Heart O' Texas Council pre­ sented the Tenderfoot ratings to Andy Adams Fred Bradley Glenn Dawson New Fyrnys John Gua- rino Delton Holmes Walter Richtscheid Donald Speer Stan­ ley Stann Billy Watson and Rob­ ert Wood. 202 AVE. MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM S. BIDDLE Commanding General of the 1st Armored Division pre­ sented the badge of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 May 1954

Thursday May 27 1954 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday May 27 No. 1—"Knock On Wood" Danny Kaye Mai Zetterling No. 3—"Don't Bother To Knock" Richard Widmark Marilyn Monroe No. 5—"The Long Wait" Anthony Quinn Peggie Castle ACADEMIC AVENUE CLUB—Chess and Checkers BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Pinochle Games NORTH FORT CLUB—Ping Pong Friday May 28 No. 1—"Knock On Wood" Danny Kaye Mai Zetterling No. 3—"Silver Lode" John Payne Dan Duryea Liz Scott No. 5—"Southwest Passage" Rod Cameron Joanne Dru ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Bridge Boxing on TV BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Turn About Dance NORTH FORT CLUB—Hillbilly Night Saturday May 29 No. 1—"Don't Bother To Knock" Richard Widmark Marilyn Monroe. No. 3—"Silver Lode" John Payne Dan Duryea Liz Scott No- 5—"A Girl For Joe" William Holden Nancy Olson Frank Lovejoy ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Hit Parade Color Slides BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Clasped Hand Passing Race NORTH FORT CLUB—Talent Night Contest Sunday May 30 1—"Silver Lode" John Payne No. 2—"Julius Ceasar" Marlon Brando ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 May 1954

Page Four i«yi East 42nd Street Foblishefl 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 atatemcnrs reflected 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 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 Forces Press hervice material and payers are authorized to reprint non-copyriffhted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. ^_ Advertising copy should toe sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 41Ji Temple Texas. Subscription off post $3.00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post» tree# All pictures ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 May 1954

Thursday May 27 1954 co 16th Armored Engineer Bn ^^The following EM have been re­ cently promoted to corporal: Tho mas J. Jones Bobby D. Tidwell and Donald W. Mount. The following men were promot­ ed to PFC: Paul H. Armbrust Jr. Louis J. Cascino Charles H. Cof­ fey Roland J. Dominique Norm­ an E. Glisson John A. Hagerty Louis J. Lynch and James A. Pink- erton. The company has the following newly assigned EM: SFC Wallace E. Draughn Jr. Sergeants Ray A. Bagnall Robert J. Rihner and Mil­ lard L. Hone Privates Ralph Gray Raymond Stepnowski Hagop Eki- zian Claus J. Olfee n The company extends the wel­ come mat to tiie new men in the company. They are: Sergeants First Class Harold Jarmer Sidney Mace Alfred Mims and Ben Tay­ lor Sergeants Everidge Green -Wi mer Gooch Paul McFarland Wil­ liam Moore Robert Hihner and Wendell Wood Corporals Joseph Arbour and James Rhoton Privat­ es James Abernathy Edward Ban- ko Harold Day Frank Delk Kelch- er Franks John Halloran George ^•kistohryz Anthony L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 May 1954

-j-l A W TT The National league opens the 1954 version of the Fort Hood baseball season with a single con­ test scheduled for Red Lindsay field on Memorial Day. Game time is 1400 hours. Maj. Gen. Hobart R. Gay commanding general of Fort Hood and III Corps or his representative will throw out the first pitch to start what should be a highly exciting season. Opening round competition will pit the Provisional Battalion against the Post Hospital. League schedules have been an­ nounced for the month of June. NATIONAL LEAGUE SCHEDULE FOR JUNE May 31—Provisional Bn vs. Post Hospital. June 1—16th AEB vs. 336 QM. 68th AFA vs. 1st Tk. 91 AFA vs. 73 AFA. 317 Tk. vs. 123 AOB. June 3—634th AIB vs. 91 AFA. 4th Tk. vs. 1st QM. 336 QM vs. 86 Ord. Post Hosp. vs. 46th Eng. 1st Tk vs. 16 AEB. June 7—46 Eng vs. 4th Tk. 1st QM vs. 336 QM. Gray AFB vs. 317th Tk. 123 AOB vs. 68th AFA. 73 AFA vs. Prov. Bn. June 9—Prov. Bn vs. 123 AOB. 86 Ord. vs. Post Hosp. 16th AEB vs. 73 AFA. 91 AFA vs. Gray AFB. 317th T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 May 1954

Thursday May 27 1954 By JIM BAPIS Santee Strives For Mile Record Distance Runner Wes Santee of the University of Kansas has his mind set more than ever now on breaking the 4 minute mile. It all points to the recent eye raising performance of Roger Bannister who paced out the distance in 3:59.4- It marked the first time that any athlete had officially broken the 4 minute barrier. Santee's latest effort was a time marking of 4:03.1 which is very respectable in anybody's book. The Kansas great figures that he can cut at least 4 seconds off that time. If Santee were pressed enough in a determined effort to again re­ write the track records he could possibly come under the time of four minutes but at the present time it seems to me that this is extremely doubtful. As far as I'm cocerned Bannister's performance was one that comes few and extremely far between everything was in order for Bannister many of the details that contribute to a fast time were evi­ dent when this Oxford youth made...

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