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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 May 1954

Page Eight 73rd AFA Battalion HQ BTRY After all the "tactical" move ments on "Spearhead" the offic­ ers and men of the battery are still moving. This time it is ad­ ministrative as the battery is mov­ ing to a new location near Service Battery.. The job is expected to be completed by this weekend. Busy sewing on their newly ac­ quired Corporal stripes are Roger E. Murray Herbert L. Clement Richard C. Kirtley Raymond E. Lozier Carl Mullins Howard W. Thorp and Blane Wagner. A BTRY New men in A Battery are M- Sgt. Douglas Bosvyell PFC George E. Schlagenahauf Privates Rob­ ert L. Guilty David H. Doerping- haus Leroy C. Gielen John P. Hawkins George E. Knudson Jr. Oliver A. Kocher Charles L. Pang- burn Robert E. Sjogrenand and Thomas Zozkernix. Privates Richard E. Corbett and James E. Elsaas are on tempo­ rary duty to Camp Chaffee to at­ tend school. PFC Glenn D. Jeff­ reys is at Fort Sill to attend the artillery school. Privates David C. Ayala and Ro­ bert W. Walker have received leav­ ...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 May 1954

.Thursday May 27 1954 61st Engineer Battalion IQ CO During Operation Spearhead this company as an aggressor unit proved itself an able and efficient working force. It portrayed the role of 331 Corps Headquarters Aggres­ sor Forces whose main duty was supervision installation and re­ cording of mine fields and obstac­ les. A humorous sidelight of the maneuver was the awarding nf the "Hero Medal" to Pvt. "Tarzan" Joseph Thom for gallantry in ac­ tion against the U. S. Forces. Another humorous incident was the capture of a Texas rattlesnake by Aggressor Platoon Sergeant Spradling's .50 caliber machine gun crew. The snake measured four and one-half inches. (Great Per­ sonal Risk Was Involved.) PFC Charles Venters was award­ ed a medal for a year's perfect driving by the Hardware Mutual Rnsurance Company his former mployer. A CO Some of the men in A Company still scratch the red bug bites but other than that everyone seems to have recovered from Operation Spearhead. We of this company ar...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 May 1954

Page Ten 2ND AAA AW BN Hq Btry The battalion played their role well under the leadership of Lt. Col. Robert O. Van Horn and other officers of the batallion during Op­ eration Spearhead. The baseball team is coming along fine and should make a good showing for themselves when the team gets under way in the league play. They could also use some support from members of the batteries throughout the bat­ talion. Players on the team from Head­ quarters Battery are Pvt. Daniel Mier Cpl. Frank Wright Pvt. Thomas Becic PFC Rollo Hansen Pvt. Chester Hopkins and Pvt. Joe Bransford. These men hope to see a big turnout at the ball park on June 1. A Btry Battery A upon returning from Exercise Spearhead received a let­ ter of commendation from the bat­ talion commander for having no actual casualties during the Exer­ cise. Congratulations are in order to the following men of the battery on the recent promotions: Sgt. B. D. Broadus Cpl. James R. Block Corporals Ernest Sanders James Fleming Walter B...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 May 1954

[Thursday May 27 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED C-l 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. REAL ESTATE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE D-l FOR SALE Two New Homes in best residential sec­ tion of Lampasas. Each with 3 bed rooms and on large lots. These homes are com­ plete and modern. Can be bought 100% G. I. Loan to Veterans that can qualify. We will handle all paper work for you. Wm. Cameron & Co. Phone 142. Lampasas. Texas. FOR SALE. EQUITY IN THREE BED- room house lile kitchen and bath fen­ ced back yard. Available about July 10. Located at 1609 24th Street. Call Killeen 6396. FINANCIAL INSURANCE F-3 utomobile Liability Insurance for all military personnel. MASHBURN &a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 27 May 1954

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

Vol. 2 No. 22 ik VISITORS RECEIVE a new greeting at the gateway to Fort Hood from the III Corps' caltrop insignia and the insignia of the 1st and 4th Armored Divisions. Commanded by Maj. Gen. Hobart R. Gay III Corps moved to Fort Hood in April. At present the corps head­ quarters is preparing for the reactivation of the 4th Armored Di­ vision on June 15. (U.S. Army Photo) Safety Rules Issued By Headquarters Most people nowadays know how to drive. Most people know the traffic rules of safety. But recent traffic fatalities prove that many people don't always practice these few simple rules issued this week by post headquarters. 1. Watch the other fellow: Ex­ pect the unexpected. Allow for any possibility. Drive defensively. A good driver knows what's going on behind him as well as ahead. 2. Keep your distance: When you ride bumper to bumper you in­ crease the accident hazard with every foot you approach the car ahead. 3. Be courteous: Relax and let the other fellow have his way. No on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 June 1954

Page Two Any iype of Army functional work that requires pictures can be cov­ ered by the lab personnel. On the average of 190 to 215 assignments are handed to Johnny Mercer each month. Out of these sbme 5000 to 7000 negatives are processed and 7500 to 10000 prints are turned out to various sections. Included is 2- 500 to 3500 identification cards a month. This plus processing prints for the Fort Worth Quartermaster and the Professor of Military Sci­ ence and Tactics of Texas Tech College at Lubbock is accomplish­ ed by offering 24-hour service. Of the functions assigned to the lab the hospital engineers air strip post ordnance and public informa­ tion office are "steady" customers. SECTION PRAISED Since Johnny Mercer's appoint­ ment as Jab chief in the fall of 1951 the photo section has receiv­ ed considerable praise from com­ manders of National Guard Units Reserve Corps and Fort Hood. Before Maj. Gen. L. L. Doan former 1st Armored Division and Fort Hood commander left for Eu­ Stoc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 June 1954

Thursday June 3 1954 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday June 3 No. 1—"Julius Ceasar" Marlon Brando James Mason Edmond O'Brien No- 2—"With A Song In My Heart" Susan Hayward Rory Calhoun Thelma Ritter No. 3—"Bowery Boys Meet The Monsters" Bowery Boys with Leo Gorcey No. 5—"Silver Lode" John Payne Dan Duryea Lizabeth Scott 162nd STREET CLUB—Name That Tune BRIGADE CLUB—In The Modern Manner NORTH FORT CLUB—Jam Vs. Hillbilly Friday June 4 No. 1—Julius Caesar" Marlon Brando No. 2—"Titfield Thunderbolt" Stanley Holloway No. 3—"The Siege At Red River" Van Johnson Joanne Dru No. 5—"Secret Of The Incas" Charlton Heston Nicole Maurey 162nd STREET CLUB—Flirtation Walk Show BRIGADE CLUB—Games of Cootie NORTH FORT CLUB—Patio Night Saturday June 5 No. 1—"Bowery Boys Meet The Monsters" Leo Gorcey Huntz Hall and the Bowery Boys J0. 2—"Indiscretion Of An American Wife" Jennifer Jones Montgo­ mery Clift No. 3—"With A Song In My Heart" Susan Hayward Rory Calhoun Thelma Ritter No. 5—"The Thing" Marga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 June 1954

Page Four merr toust be obtained. M\ttrttSax S JSZ'ISSSSSSZS missed. The three vice-presidency first term Published hi the Interest of the military »na civilian personnel at Fort HjxmJ. Texas. Tfcnrnday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Policies an« statements reflected to the news and editorial columns represent news of the individual writers and under no circumstances are to be considered those of the Dep&rtwent ©i the Army. Advertisement* in this publication do not constitute endorsement by the Demrtmeikt of Defease of the products or services advertised. All news matter tor publication should be sent to the Public Information Office Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed F»rs«w JES!?. withont ^ritteo and papers are authorized to reprint non-copyrirhted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 4I» Subscription off post $3.00 per year 1.00 for three months. Distribution on P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 June 1954

Thursday June 3 1954 DICCICO—Born Mar 29 19.14 to PFC and Mrs. Dande DiCicco .Tr Co A 47th AMB Fort Hood a daughter Ellen Eliza­ beth. YBANEZ—Born Mar 30 1954 to Cpl. and Mrs. Albert George Ybanez. Btry 91st AFA Bn Fort Hood a daughter Dorothy Alice. MCCORMACK—Born Mar. 30. 1954 to PFC and Mrs. Henry Neil McCormack Co D '25th AIB Fort Hood a daughter Debra Lynn. BOOTH—Born Mar 31 1954 to Sgt. and Mrs. George Edward Booth Med Det 4U05th ASU ForL Hood a son Terry Lee. JONES—Born Mar 31 1954 to M/Sgt. and Mrs. Nathan F. Jones 501st MP Co Fort Hood a daughter Patricia. SANTOS—Born Mar 31 1954 to Lt. and Mrs. Alfred R. Santos Hq 3632nd Old Maint Co Fort Hood a daughter Betty Jane. LEWIS—Born Mar 31. 1954 to Pvt. and Mrs. Russell Frank Lewis H&S Co 634th AIB Fort Hood a son Terry Lee. BILLET—Born Mar 31 1954 to Cpl. ana Mrs. Martin Norman Billet H&S Co 1st Tk Bn Fort Hood Texas a son Ivan Sy. TANNER—Born Mar 31 1954 to PFC. and Mrs. Clifford Tanner Co C 68th AFA Bn Fort Hood a dau...

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

Dypko Pitches Prov. To Win On Seven Hits The Provisional Battalion led by the effective pitching of Jerry Dypko defeated the Post Hospital 5-4 in the opener of the 1954 Fort Hood baseball season. Trailing at 2-1 for six full in­ nings the Prov. Bn. came to life in the seventh inning to "rally" two runs across to tie the score at 3-3. The post Hospital scored a single tally in the top half of the seventh inning. The Hospital nine led by the booming bats of Fain and Jorgen- son surged ahead in the eighth in­ ning 4-3. Righthander McCormick held the Prov. Bn. in check during the eighth inning. In the ninth frame after quiet­ ing the bats of the Hospital crew the Prov. Bn. started what proved to be a winning rally. Pushing two runs across the plate in the bottom of the ninth the Provisional Battalion copped the victory at 5-4. Pitching accented the contest as both hurlers went all the way in a game witnessed by an impres­ sive opening day crowd. A total of 25 batsmen were victims of the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 June 1954

Thursday June 3 1954 The cinder group from Fort Hood bowed out of the Fourth Army Track and Field Meet at Fort Sill May 29 in third place. B.A.M.C won first place with an aggregate score of 224 2/3 points. Fort Sill won second place honors with 201 and Hood followed with 141. To cap the scoring Fort Bliss tallied 52 and Red River Arsenal took 10. An estimated crowd of 500 at Sill's Pritchard Field saw cinder- men from Fourth Army installa­ tions over a five-state area crack four All-Army and seven Fourth Army track and field records. Outstanding athlete of the meet was 34 year old Alex Litman of B.A.M.C. In the finals he tied the Fourth Army time of 9.6 for the 100 yard dash he also won the 220 yard dash in 21.5. In the trials he had already broken his own Fourth Army record for the 220 with a breathtaking 21 seconds flat. In the field events Lt. Glenn Beerline of the "Tanker" squad set a new All-Army record in the hop skip and jump with a leap pf 467". Beerline also won the Droad j...

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

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 June 1954

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 June 1954

Page Ten 13 th Tank Battalion BN HQS The battalion commaander de­ parted for a leave this week. He will spend most of his leave visit­ ing his daughter and grandchildren in San Antonion. Major James W. Starr formerly of Reserve Com­ mand has assumed command of the battalion in the absence of Lt. Col. Goodrich. H&S Co A new twist has been added at the company this week. The mess hall has been inviting inspection by one and all. M/Sgt Fred Guenther and PFC James Turpen both master artists and carpenters have turned the mess hall into a thing of beauty by adding touches of woodwork around the serving counter. All the rain that Texas has been having lately has begun to get re­ sults from the grass seeds that were so carfefully planted a month pr so ago. Congratulations to all the green thumbs in the company Thirteen men have rushed off on leaves recently. They are: M/Sgt. Robert D. Bonney PFC Norman J. Ockman Pvt. John I. Joydrichsen Sgt. John R. Duke Sgt. Robert J. Moore Cpl. Lendo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 June 1954

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 June 1954

Page Twelve 81st Reconnaissance Battalion Personnel of the company have had a very busy week cleaning vehicles weapons and person- nal equipment since their return to garrison from "Exercise Spear­ head." All administrative person­ nel have been working long and steady hours trying to straighten up their paper work due to the many new replacements joining the bn. Many new faces are roaming around the company area from all over the country in the person of Privates S tanley Weinstein Jean Desjardine Adrain Martin Robert Toomey John Kotewa Robert Hearn Kenneth Peters Phillip Mitchell John King Bobby Gil­ liam Duwayne Friedrich and Vaughn McGough Privates First Class Charles McKahan Corpor­ als Jackie Harrington and Joseph Ramsey Sergeants Claude Davis Thomas Chapman and Edison Watkins Sergeant First Class Fran­ cis Chestney Andrew Bost James Ziegler William Ohl Bernard Le- men Vernest Warner and Nealy Godwin and Master Sergeants Luis Zayas-Miscalichi Forrest Jennings and Guy Mitchell....

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

Thursday June 3 1954 25th Armored Infantry Bn Major William A. Shaddeau is commanding the battalion in the absence of Lt. Col. Henry M. Fried- inger who has temporarily sumed command of Combat Com­ mand A. H&S CO We lost another man to civilian component last week. Sgt. Walter R. Hovestadt was reassigned to the Texas Military District office in Austin. Cpl. John W. Ritch trans­ ferred too—to the 4005th for dis­ charge. One new man came in last week and was put on TDY to the 61st Engineer Construction Battalion before he even met the troops. His name—Sgt. Ronald G. Sparks. Two promotions came through in the company. Raymond L. Keck is no longer a private first class. He's a corporal. And Gennie D. Ray moved up to Pvt/2. On leave are SFC Earnest C. El­ lison Cpl. John L. Haas Jr. both for 15 days and Pvt. Raymond F. Moser for seven days. A CO Ten men joined the company re­ cently. They are: SFC Robert Al­ len Sergeants Austin Hullette and William Jenkins PFC Aruro Agui- lar and Pr...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 June 1954

Page Fourteen 27th Armd. Field Artillery HQ BTRY The Battery welcomes Sgt. Ma­ nuel Gomez Cpl. Percell B. Madi­ son and PFC Paul S. Hunter along with Privates Claude R. Cook Elwood Cook and Henry W. Squire who have recently joined us. Four men have left the company on leave. They are Corporals Charles Featherstone Charles T. Hawk William H. Mapes and PFC Cecil G. White. Also the Battery wishes lots of luck to Privates Jeremiah D. Eldredge and Thoma- C. Let- son who have been selected to at­ tend Radio Maintenance School at Fort Sill Oklahoma. A BTRY M-Sgt. Robert L. Cox has been assigned as chief of firing Bat­ tery of this unit in place of M- Sgt. William Martin who has been transferred to the Southwestern Re­ cruiting District. The following named men were promoted from Private First Class to Corporal: John Cobb Thomas Yount Ralph Schlarb Cleborne Ross Rendel Re- ster William Rains and Robert Frank. BTRY Battery is now over streng­ th due to the recent big gains in incoming person...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 June 1954

Thursday June 3 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory A«1 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED w-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. REAL ESTATE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE D-l FOR SALE Two New Homes in best residential sec­ tion of Lampasas. Each with 3 bed rooms and on large lots. These homes are com­ plete and modern. Can be bought 100% G. I. Loan to Veterans that can qualify. We will handle all paper work for you. Wm. Cameron & Co. Phone 142. Lampasas. Texas. FOR SALE. EQUITY IN THREE BED- room house tile kitchen and bath fen­ ced back yard. Available about July 10. Located at 1609 24th Street. Call Killeen 6396. FINANCIAL INSURANCE F-3 [Automobile Liability Insurance for all military personnel. MASHBUR...

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