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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 June 1954

Fort Bliss took a commanding lead of the Fourth Army Rifle and Pistol Matches sweeping top spots in the five pistol events fired Tues­ day. The aggregation from the Guided Missile Center captured the .22 caliber pistol team match with a total score of 2392. Though the official tally hasn't been released unofficial scores place Fort Sill second in competi­ tion and Fort Hood third. Maj. Robert L. Davis of Fort Bliss took sharpshooting honors Tuesday taking first place in two pistol events and winning third place in another. In the rifle events SFC Joseph E. Keliey Fort Sill drilled 20 rounds into the buliseye on the 500 yard slow fire match to score a possible in that match. Sergeant Kelley made four pin-wheel bulls in winning. On 1he 200 yard suslained firing line Sgt. Ronnolds Fort Bliss and M-Sgt. Powell. Tex Mil Dist posted possible scores for a deadlock. All ties in the first day of competition were decided Wednesday but re­ sults have not been received. Seven Fourth Army instal...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 June 1954

Thursday June 17 1954 Three vicious knockouts and two TKO's featured the fourteen bout Special Services card presented in the outdoor sports arena Sunday night. The number of weekly fights was increased so that early movie­ goers might be able to see the program. The first fight of the outstand­ ing slate saw John Torrez ban­ tamweight from the 2nd Armd. Anti-aircraft Arty. Bn. score a 1:40 second round TKO over Pa­ trick McFall. Though both battlers were inexperienced Torrez em­ ployed effective roundhouse rights to win the victory from the 73rd Armd. Field Arty. Bn. fighter. In a wild light-welterweight slug- fest Billy March won a three round decision over Carl Mitchell 73rd A md. Field Arty. Bn. March 16th Armd. Eng. Bn. landed several hard lefts which proved to be a deciding factor as the counter- kpunching Mitchell ran out of steam Fin the third. Welterweight Charles Taylor delivered the KO punch to James Lesueur in 1:20 of the second canto. Taylor battling the 13th Tk. Bn. dr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 June 1954

Page Eight I 3-Piece Modern Suite Regular 259. bleached mahogany suite con­ sisting of the full size panel bed roomy 4 drawer chest and spacious double dresser. Save $100.00. Maple Sofa Bed Suite Reg. $219.95 Colonial Suit with colorful print cover. Large sofa converts in seconds to a full size bed that sleeps two. •'n'/i rrv"^"T FAMOUS Tweed Covered Sleep Lounge Here't a regular $333. dual-purpose sofa $ that contains a full size innerspring mattress. Textured tweed cover. 'V Our Anniversary Price Now Only QUALITY Laminated PLASTIC TOPS! STAIN-RESISTANT ACID-RESISTANT CIGARETTE-PROOF MAR-RESISTANT 159" $ 159 $ 95 197 50 2 Pc. Living Room Suite Tlfe ultimate in modern dual purpose home furnishings. Sofa has built on magazine racks plus an extra bed at a moments notice. Beautiful natural like elastic back plastic top seating and sleeping comfort. 149 $ Kroehler Modern Sofa Bed Tight seat styling with handsome button tuft- $ ing. Full innerspring construction makes into full sized bed...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 June 1954

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 June 1954

Page Ten By PFC LARRY FRIEND "Best battalion in the 1st Arm­ ored Division." That's the enthusiastic opinion of CWO Norman J. York person­ nel officer of the 73rd Armored Field Artillery Bn.. who during 18 years of Army duty has served with two armored outfits at Fort Hood. After 16 months in Korea War­ rant Officer York returned to Texas and was assigned to his present job in February 1952. Now the "veteran member" of the 73rd Warrant Officer York is justly proud of his battalion and his spirit seems to typify that of the whole organization. Eighteen 155mm. howitzers the heaviest weapon in the 1st Arm­ ored Division enable the 73rd to perform a combat mission some­ what different from that of the three other artillery battalions in the division which mount 105 mm. guns. Each 105 mm. battalion is assigned the job of giving close and continous fire support to a particular major subordinate com­ Subscribe To The 73rd AFA Bn. Mounts Heaviest Weapons In 1st Armored Div. mand of the divi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 June 1954

Thursday June 17 1954 ^•Ji I PARKING LOT HtADQUARTtK Exchange Jayceet Lions Rotary Optimist Clubs 13th Tank Battalion MED. DET. The detachment lost one of it's best men when SFC Vardman Gann transferred to the 46th Med. Bn. Cpl. R. D. Moore U.S. recently took a 30 day leave and a six year re is I Moore RA. HQ. CO. After three straight victories the company swimming team 'vas sunk 28-29 by Co. The softball team meanwhile still boasts an unblemished record of five wins and no losses with three games left to be played. Six privates are headed for Eur­ ope they are Leo Meicus Perry K. Johnson James H. Muncy Joachin F. Bauer James W. Hold­ er and Leonard Dschaak. A (X). Leaving the company on a per­ manent basis are Privates William White Jean Dunant and PFC Hall Crenovs who have been chosen to join the forces in Europe. Sgt. Elrseo Cadena has been granted a change of atmosphere by virtue of a temporary assign­ ment as cadre at Fort Knox. Lt. Lloyd P. Bennett has re­ turned as executive ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 June 1954

Page Twelve 47th Armored Medical Bn HQ. CO. The Unit welcomes the arrival of the following new additions Sgt. Talmadge A. Wright Sgt Felix Cosme-Rosado Cpl. Martin J. Buersken and Private Robert W. Foster. PFC Robert Kelly re­ turned from the Dental Assistants Course at Fort Sam Houston. Maj or Walter E. Brown came back to duty after a short' confinement in the Hospital of Fort Hood. The Company regretted the loss of Sgt. Emertt E. McCoy Cpl. Ken­ neth D. Hall and Cpl. Daniel Maybin. who went on TDY to the 509th Tank Bn. preparatory to their transfer to the 4th Armored Division. Nostaglia and wanderlust com­ bined to call the following men to well-earned leaves: 1st Lt. Wil liam T. Wood 1st Lt. Robert Kerlin Cpl. Billy M. Lowe PFC Melvin K. Knight and PFC Mel vin L. Schaffner for 15 days Cpl Sam C. Mays for 14 days M-Sgt Dick E. Thomas Cpl. Otis L. Mc Millan and PFC Jimmie H. Wyrick for 10 days Sgt. Robert J. Beatty for 8 days and Privates First Class Edward Mansfield and Ronnie E. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 June 1954

Thursday June 17 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Temple Texas First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 3-5254 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 FOR RENT: ONE ROOM FOR OLDER lady or gentleman lot for trailer house with modern conveniences and utilities. Reasonable. See Henry Jager at 1205 North Park Street Killeen. REAL fiSTATE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE D-l FOR SALE. NORTHSIDE TEMPLE 2- bedroom home. Located on a through street with fenced in backyard and Aus­ tin stone barbecue pit. Its features in­ clude floor furnace tile bath and Kitch­ en and garage with large storage space. Small equity. Phone 3-2652. 1201 N. 12th FOR SALE Two New Homes in best residential sec­ tion of Lampasas. Each with 3 bed rooms ind on large lots. These homes are com- K...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 June 1954

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 June 1954

Vol. 8 No. 25 Because of continued dry weath­ er the water shortage at Fort Hood has reached a critical stage ac­ cording to an announcement from the office of Maj. Gen. Hobart R. 4th Tank Bn. Gets New C. 0. Command of one of the 1st Arm­ ored Division's foremost combat outfits the 4th Tank Battalion changed hands at a battalion re­ view Monday. The new battalion commander t. Col. Armistead R. Harper re­ places Lt. Col. Cecil E. Roberts who is now assigned as Executive Officer of Combat Command "A" 1st Armored Division. "The fourteen months of duty I have just concluded with the 4th Tank Battalion have been the fin­ est of my career" Col. Roberts said as he placed the battalion colors in the hands of its new com­ mander. A native of Fort Worth Tex.. Col. Roberts spent 35 months with the Army Attache Office at Ath­ ens Greece before coming to Fort Hood. He is a veteran of the Ar­ dennes Rhineland and Central Europe campaigns of World War n. Col. Harper's last assignment was G-2 (inte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 June 1954

Page Two 'Pop' By MORGAN HALL "Life is too fast nowadays. Peo pie don't walk enough. They don't take time to find out what's going on around them." That is a bit of philosophic com­ ment on contemporary living by a distinguished gentleman of the Fort Hood community Mr. Samuel Kellyhouse better known to his many friends and acquaintances as "Pop." The overworked phrase "a grand Reporter (Continued From Page 1) mer long after he reached 20 and Dakota the mammoth black horse that weighed more than 1300 pounds and stood 17 hands was a consistent winner when he was 22. Democrat whom Colonel Wright believes was the greatest horse the army ever developed was jumping six feet barriers long aft­ er he passed his 18th year. Demo­ crat was an all-purpose horse there being nothing that he could not do well including the Dres sage movements. He and Dakota are still alive and enjoying a well earned retirement at Ft. Robin­ son Nebraska. To return to more famous horse­ men who became general offic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 June 1954

Thursday June 241954 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday June 24 No. 1—"The Bounty Hunter" Randolph Scott Marie Windsor No. 2—"Thunder In The East" Alan Ladd Deborah Kerr Charles Boyer Corinne Calvet No. 3—"The Desperado" Wayne Morris No. 5—"Thunder Bay" James Stewart Joanne Dru Friday June 25 No. 1—"The Bounty Hunter" Randolph Scott Marie Windsor No. 2—"Terror Street" Dan Duryea Elsy Albin No- 3—"Princess Of The Nile" Jeffery Hunter Debra Paget No. 5—"Adventures Of Robinson Crusoe" Dan O'Herihy Calvet Saturday June 26 No. 1—"The Desperado" Wayne Morris No. 2—''Sun Valley Serenade" Glenn Miller John Payne Soiija Henie Milton Berle No. 3—"Thunder In The East" Alan Ladd Deborah Kerr Corinne No. 5—"Heat Wave" Alex Nicol Hillary Brooks Sunday June 27 No. 1—"Princess Of The Nile" Jeffery Hunter Debra Paget 2—"Living It Up" Martin and Lewis Janet Leigh 3—"King Of The Khyber Rifles" Tyrone Power Terry Moore No- 5—"The Bounty Hunter" Randolph Scott Marie Windsor Monday June 28 No. 1—"Thu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 June 1954

Page Four I'nblisheo In the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. TexM. Policies ana stalpmontf rcflccte. In the news and editorial columns represent views of the inmviauai writers and under no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department 01 the Army. Advertisements in this publication d« not constitute Department of Defense of the products ot services advertised. Preparedness The Goal an publication should be sent to the Public Information Office .£51 Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forees Press and payers are authorized to reprint non-eopyrirhted AFPS material without written permiss-on from AFPS. Advertising' copy should be sent to: Business It was no fault of the armed services that they were unprepared when World Wars I and II burst upon us. The reactivation of the 4th Armored Division in peace days indicates that we have learned a few lessons from past m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 June 1954

Thursday.. June 241954 Camp Moonraker Boys' Camp usy With Varied Activities Sixty-six enthusiastic boys de- ganized athletics arts and crafts pendents of Fort Hood military firing and civilian personnel signed up On hand for the opening ce monies were Maj. General William S. Biddle 1st Armored Division The officer Lieutenant Colonel J. S. Ussher of the Canadian Army Staff College stated that "perhaps the most impressive aspect of the exercise was the very great co­ operation and courtesy shown by all ranks of the 1st Armored Divi­ sion." "I would like to express my sin­ cere appreciation for all kindness and cooperation extended to me by personnel of the 1st Armored dur­ ing my visit" he added. "At all levels officers and men cheerfully explained what they were doing and answered man}' uestions no matter how busy they re. I do hope they realize what great help to us this was and -liow much we enjoyed discussing common problems with them" Col. Ussher wrote. ou Buffalo Cell Can't Hold...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 June 1954

Page Six Eddy And Brown Cop Army Titles As Matches End Fort Hood sharpshooters fired their way to victory Friday for the Fourth Army Championships in the individual and team events on Fort Hood's Pilot Knob rifle and pistol ranges. Cpl. Michael Eddy of Fort Hood captured the in iv id a 1 rifle championship scoring 233 of a pos­ sible 250 points in Friday's finals. Capt. Stanley Waldner of Fort Sill was runner-up tallying 230 points on the 200 yard 300 yard and 500 yard NRA firing course. Corporal Eddy was also top shooter for the team match as Fort Hood won the team trophy with 2035 points. Fort Bliss ran a close second with 2016 points. M-Sgt. Harold J. Brown of Hood outshot Maj. Wai'ren Lafferty and Maj. Robert L. Davis both of Bliss for the Fourth Army indi­ vidual pistol championship. In win­ ning the trophy Brown posted a score of 261 points over 25 yard and 50 yard .45 caliber ranges. Major Davis had advanced to the championship match with top scores in eight matches. Sharing ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 June 1954

Thursday June 241954 Two spotless records in the American League go on line today as the 2nd AAA and the 4005th ASU meet in the top game of the circuit. Both teams have chalked up five victories without defeat. The game figures to be one of the best in the 1954 season. The "Ack Ack" crew led by the dangerous hitting of second baseman Steve Hutchings go up against an equal­ ly hard hitting team from the En­ listed Detachment. Together they have totaled 104 base hits. 54 of these base knocks belong to the 2d AAA. 50 safeties are the pro­ perty of the 4005th. With such an equal total of hits the edge in the game may come in the pitching department. The 4005th has the leagues outstanding pitcher in Reichl. He has won three games without defeat and has struckout 49 batsmen. He un­ doubtedly will be called on to sil­ ence the bats of the artillery team. Lew Flores or Dick Davenport should get the nod to work for 2d AAA. In games played on June 18 the 27th AFA fought its way to a rous­ ing...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 June 1954

Page Eight Former Air Force Corporal Is West Point Honor Graduate WEST POINT N.Y. (AFPS)—A 23-year-old former Air Force cor­ poral was graduated at the head of the 1954 class at the U. S. Mili­ tary Academy June 8. He was Cadet Marion F. Meador of Atlanta Ga. now a second lieutenant in the Corps of Engi­ neers. Lieutenant Meador was dis­ charged as an enlisted man from the AF in May 1950 prior to en­ tering the Academy. The 634-man graduating class was the 150th in West Point his­ tory. All its members except four foreign students and five who fail­ ed physical examinations have re­ ceived regular commissions in the Army or Air Force. The AF received 177. Of those going in the Army 187 chose In­ fantry 118 Artillery 60 Corps of Engineers 47 Armor and 33 Signal Corps. Graduates' Homes Forty-seven states Alaska Pan­ ama Canal Zone Puerto Rico Hawaii Cuba the Philippines and Venezuela were represented in the graduating class. New York had the highest representation with 72. Utah had no...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 June 1954

Thursday June 241954 578th Eng Co New company commander is Lt. Wetsel M. Blankenship who stepped into the commanding spot without a lost stride to succeed Capt. Alex P. Digges Jr. who has departed for a far eastern as­ signment. In addition to serving six months in company as under study to Captain Digges. Lieutenant Blankenship boasts a well-grounded background in a in an a iv it a in served military tours with the Seabees and Scarwaf and other army assignments. His leadership should be a deciding factor in maintaining the high standards which has enabled the organiza­ tion to consistently stand out as the best company in the 35th En­ gineer Group. Sixteen men are busy with needle and thread following re­ cent promotion announcement. New corporals are Osbin Akins John B. Baker Peter A. Baran James G. Brooks Jr. Robert A. FURLOUGH RATES TO MILITARY PERSONNEL 300 Ave. D—Killeen Evans Robert C. Gross William R. Hardin Wade T. Hayes Eric R. Hostetter Fred V. Howard Richard R. Ratcliffe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 June 1954

Page Ten 13th Tank Battalion The battalion athletic program is well into summer season. The swimming competition was won by "D" Co. with 4 victories against no losses. A battalion All Star team of 20 was formed to enter the post competition. H&S CO. A gross of laurel wreaths to the company softball team. They re­ turned to the company area last glints of victory in their eyes. The team had just completed a clean sweep of the battalion softball tournament and have earned the honor of representing the battalion in the division tournament which follows. A CO. A number of our men have been transferred to the vaious outfits in the Fourth Armored Division this past week. We hate to see them go and hope that they like their new outfit. Mitchcll R. Mil- kovic has left for the 4005th for his discharge. The large number 73rd AFA Hq Btry Newcomers to the battery arc SFC Leo Von Ohlcn Sgt. Jerry Manning and Cpl. Cledus Sum­ mers. Seth C. Baker was promoted to PFC and several others were pro...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 June 1954

Thursday June 241954 LEGALS seuw Legal Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Temple Texas First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 3-52o4 RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED FOR SALE. NORTHSIDE TEMPLE 2- bedroom home. Located on a through street with fenced in backyard and Aus­ tin stone barbecue pit. Its features in­ clude floor furnace tile bath and Kitch­ en and garage with large storage space. Small equity. Phone 3-2652. 1201 N. 12th FOR SALE Two New Homes in best residential sec- on of Lampasas. Each with 3 bed rooms «nd 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. f-OR SALE: 5 ROOM HOUSE I...

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