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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 July 1954

Page Four I A I A E .HIT 122 Mistaken Advice unmindful. it I'uhllsheo In the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Texas •verv Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Policies and state month rcflecte. In the news and editorial columns represent views of the^dividual wnters and under no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army? Advertisements in this publication do notconstitute an endorsement by the department of Defense of the products ot services advertised. All nevs matter for nuhlloatlnn should be sent to the Public Information Office* Armored Seatlnel* Fort authorized'^o^eprta^non-colwAlhtS'^FPsf^materlS pcnniss.on from AFPS. Advertisins copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Bo* 419 Subscription off post $3.00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. All pictures are United States Army Slsm»l Corps photographs. Unless_ otherwise anted the publication of these is not restricted. ^hr^D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 July 1954

Keeping in "touch" with its en listed men by listening to their problems recommendations and needs is one way the Army main­ tains an efficient up to date or­ ganization. Using a technique typical of pri­ vate industry which encourages the suggestions of its workers in ironing out internal difficulties "Old Ironsides" solves many of its problems by listening to the complaints of its enlisted men and then does something about them. The 1st Armored Division's Sen­ ior Non-Commissioned Officer Council system has the job of of­ fering concrete suggestions and improvements toward the opera­ tion of the every-day affairs of the division. General Clarke's Idea The system originally instituted in Europe by former 1st Armored Division commander Lt. Gen. Colonel Miller who has more than 13 years of Army service including 57 months of overseas duty arrived here last June from Unit Mascot Gives Birth To Sextuplets YAKIMA FIRING CENTER Wash. (AFPS) A female cor­ poral in an infantry line company...

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

Johnson Collects Three For Nats The National League All-Stars led by the booming bat of short­ stop Wilbur Johnson of the 123d Ordnance Bn rallied in the late innings to defeat the American Leaaguer's 9-7. The American team wasted no time in hustling a 4-0 lead. Cum- mings of the 701st AlB opened the first inning by drawing a base on balls. Deniz of the 2d AAA lived on an error. Blanchard of the 701st advanced both runners with a sac­ rifice hit and Becic's solid single Into centerfield scored the first two runs in the 1954 classic. Hutch- Ins of the 2d AAA followed team­ mate Becic by drawing a base on balls. Third baseman Larry Kan- steiner of the 701st singled Hutch- ings to third and both runners scored on a costly National League error. Arnold Earley of the 100th Tank Bn opened with pitching chores for the American League team. After walking Tucker of the 704th Tank Bn Earley gave up a screaming double to Crowley of Ihe 73rd AFA. That was the only hit they picked up in the thre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 July 1954

Thursday July 8 1954 iNavy And Marine Trackmen Shatter 19 Records In Meet CAMP LEJEUNE N.C. (AFPS) —Wes Santee the Kansas Jay- hawk' Express had a hand in establishing three new All-Marine records in the second concurrent running of the All-Marine and All- Navy Track and Field Champion­ ships here. At the conclusion of the meet the results showed that 19 records were broken with the Navy smashing 13 and tho Marines six. Santee now at Quantico Va. set a new mile record as he breezed around the cinderpath in 4 .He won the 880-yard run in 1:52.3 and teamed with Joe Schat- zle James Allen and Tom Voor- hees in establishing a new mile- relay record in 3:21.3. Howard Mahon of the San Diego Naval Training Center Calif. was top Navy man in the hurdle events. He clipped the 220-low hurdles in 24.9 seconds snapped his '53 Navy record for the 440- yard hurdles in 56.5 seconds id Each All-Star lineup is picked by the fans themselves. Casey Stengel will manage the AL and Walter Alston will pilot...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 July 1954

Page Eight DOD Proposes UCMJ Changes Would Aid COs WASHINGTON (AFPS) The Defense Department has pro­ posed changes in the Uniform Code of Military Justice after more than a year's study by mili­ tary legal authorities. The Omnibus Amendment Bill to the UCMJ is now in the final stages of processing at the De­ fense Department and Budget Bu­ reau. If the plan gets administra­ tion approval it will be sent to Congress for action. The revisions to the UCMJ would reduce the number of mul­ tiple-member courts-martial re­ store some of the commanding of­ ficer's power to impose non-judi­ cial punishment and permit re­ lease to civilian life of men who have served their sentences as prisoners and who are awaiting the outcome of appellate review action. To cut the number of multiple- member courts-martial the Pen­ tagon suggests that an accused serviceman be allowed to request trial before a single qualified law officer serving in the grade of major or lieutenant commander THE WHITE HELMETS ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 July 1954

Thursday July 8 1954 ^Maintenance Men Are Inventive In 1st AD Necessity's favorite son is still invention. Give a soldier in Uncle Sam's Army a problem that requires an inventive solution and chances are he'll come up with an original idea to meet the situation. Many of these "gadgeteers" can be found in the battalion main­ tenance shops of the 1st Armored Division where mechanics weld­ ers and other skilled workers are constantly making their work easier and safer by designing gimmicks gadgets and contrap­ tions. One of the busiest of amateur Inventors is CpL Jerry Kosik a welder in the battalion mainten­ ance shop of the 702nd Armored Infantry Bn. Devised Mortar Mount The East Bernard Tex. native designed a mount to carry a mor­ tar in an M-75 Armored Person­ nel Carrier. It was so successful that it was approved by the Divi­ sion and was adopted by all arm­ ored infantry battalions in the 1st Armored. N He also developed a blackout box for field ranges so that cooks can prepare m...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 July 1954

Page Ten CO. 701st AIB HQ. CO. The company has been receiv- in schooling in safety because of the increase in auto accidents. Most of the activity in the com­ pany has been ccnterec! around athletics with volleyball being the favorite. The party held last week was a big success especially with food pop and beer as refreshments. A CO. The softball team is coached by Lt. 'x'homas O'Brien. Some of the players are: G. Smith catcher V. Blackwood Pitcher G. Mc- Farland first base Robinson second base L. Cautero third base P. W. Ricc. shortstop H. El­ lis right field N. Mack Center field a J. Calton left field. The unit is preparing for record re it in iv id a a which will take place the first two weeks of this month. CO. PFC Gus Jennings was selected "Soldier of the Month" for being a neat alert and efficient soldier. Congratulations to you Gus. New arrivals to the organizatii. 1 are: PFC Robert Burgins Pri­ vates Franklin Stetson Ronald E. Lawhorn. Onofrio Gadaleta Mich­ ael Monteforte R...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 July 1954

^Thursday July 8 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 MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT C-6 BEAUTIFULLY NEW DECORATED OF- fices for rent. 2 rooms to each office. Utilities paid. 550 Month. Apply G&S Army Store 305 North 4th Phone 2471. REAL fiSTATE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE D-1 FOR SALE TWO BEDROOM HOUSE hardwood floors good storage space large patio near bus line West Ward and future High School. 714 Sissom Road Phone 312 Killeen. ONE TWO BEDROOM HOME with at­ tached car port built under FHA in­ spection. Can be bought with small down payment and FHA terms and in­ terest. WM. CAMERON & CO. Lam­ pasas Texas Phone 142 FOR SALE: Immediate possession seven room and two hath Austin Stone dwel­ ling with double garage large lot and choicest location in Temple. A real home at a real bargan. Write owner Box 506 Rockdale Texas....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 8 July 1954

Page Twelve before you buy any car it will pay you to 1952 STUDEBAKER COMMANDER 1952 Sludebaker Commander $i O 1951 DODGE Fully equipped. Only .... 1950 FORD Extra nice and priced to sell at THERE ARE VERY FEW OFFERS BETTER "We Are In Business To Do Business" YOU WILL FIND US WITH OUR TRADING CLOTHES ON! USED CAR BARGAINS L. C. Jordan Used Car Sales Manager Invites you to stop in and look these cars over *595 LOCATED ON NEW BELTON- TEfVlPLE SUPER HIGHWAY Into Our Deal BELTON 1950 FORD S4QC Fully equipped. A real buy at tvVi 1949 FORD SiQC Radio heater overdrive.... IvVt 1951 STUDEBAKER Like new with radio heater... 1950 CHEVROLET Radio heater. Priced at only... *695 NEW OFFICERS NO DOWN PAYMENT CANTRELL CO. THE ARMORED SENtTNEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Thursday July 8 1954 I* For As Little As Belton Authorized Ford Dealer WE CAN PUT YOU IN A NEW PAYMENT ARRANGED ON ANY BASIS YOUR CREDIT JUSTIFIES Co.<p></p>MOTOR DOWN PAYMENT OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 July 1954

Vol. 8 No. 28 INTELLIGENCE REPORT. While we were in Oklahoma several months ago we saw this sign in a cafe window: *'If you are trying to lose weight don't come in here to eat." SWINDLER PAI -EXCELLENT We have always longed to make a lot of money by some easy swindle but have been dissuaded not by natural nobility but by the fear of getting caught and bring­ ing disgrace to papa and mamma and Uncle George who are all pillars of immovable stone in the First Church. Whilq we were in Oklahoma a hotel o'vvner named Will Jones told ps this one which we thought was retty cute: A monocled English- an named Sir. Jacob Harper once registered as a guest in the Alladin Hotel owned by Mr. Jones. Sir Jacob said he was interested in some local oil leases needing attention and that he would likely be with Mr. Jones as a guest for about six weeks. ^us Sir Jacob was most agreeable. The bell boys and chamber maids found him easy to get along with he never complained about the food or housekeeping and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 July 1954

Page Two In record time and without cas­ ualty the men of the engineers installed a 6000-pound pump in the Rio Grande to reopen a water sup­ ply for the people of the Laredo area. Then spanning the river by ponton bridge they installed an avenue of transportation that was lost when the international bridge was demolished by the flood wa­ ters. The accomplishments were many the threat of a typhoid epidemic was eased water sup plies were replenished and neces­ sary transportation facilities were renewed. The provisional task force was under the immediate leadership of Lt. Col. Max Leighty command ing officer of the 46th Engineer Bn (Const) of the 35th Group. It was composed of Co. of the 46th and heavy equipment from the 46th commanded by Capt. Louis Jacobs Bridge Company of the 16th AEB commanded by Lt. Rob­ ert C. Andries and personnel from the 578th Eng. Field Maintenance Co. Capt. Harold L. Myron of the 46th was operations officer for the force. The convoy of 100 vehicles and 370 ...

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

Thursday July 15 1954 The men of "Task Force Snow" the Army Relief Force from Fort Hood now feeding thousands of flood victims in Neuvo Laredo Mexico are rapidly becoming ex­ pert Mexican chefs. The Army cooks are serving more than 4000 evacuees at every meal—and they're giving them an authentic native cuisine tortillas chili enchiladas and plenty of beans—a la Mexican. The task force is under the command of Maj. Thomas R. Snow New Orleans La. of the 1st Armored Division's 2nd Anti- Aircraft Artillery Bn. and is com' posed of twenty Army field kitch­ ens 12 from the 1st Armored Divi­ sion four from the Fourth Arm­ ored Division and four from other Corps units. Four cooks are at­ tached to each kitchen. Give Cooking Advice The kitchens have been estab­ lished at 11 schools throughout the town where the people made homeless by the flood are now bil­ leted. The food is supplied by the Red Cross and the Mexican Gov­ ernment. A committee of Mexican school-teacher volunteers is giv­ ing t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 July 1954

Page Four 122 Advice I'ubUsheo 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 •tatemonifc rcflecte« In the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and under no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department or the Army. Advertisements In this publication du not constitute an endorsement by tne Department of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter tor publication should be sent to the Public Information Office. Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed For**# Press and payers are authorized to reprint non-copyrlrhted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. AdvertisinK copy should be sent to: Business WILLIAM 6. '^j^YIQNA^ADVERnSTNG "REPRESENTATIVES:" W B. Bradbury Company Advertising cowshould be sent to: Bnslness Office. PO •uhRcription off post $3.00 per year. $1.00 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 July 1954

Thursday July 15 1954 co- 16th Armored Engineer Bn This week some of the men of the company continued the work at Camp Moonraker making the necessary preparations for the oc­ cupation of the camp by the first girl campers The majority of the training the company underwent this week consisted of the theory and prac­ tical exercises connected with the construction of the Bailey Bridge the laying and breeching of mine fields and the operation of crew- served weapons. The men of the company ex­ tend their congratulations to Cpl. and Mrs. Joe Broughton who are the parents of a seven pound eight ounce baby girl. Men returning from schools are Privates Bruce Chinn who at- and Charles Niemeier who at­ tended the NCO course. On TDY to North Fort Hood with the National Guard are Privates First Class Virgil Everman Wil­ liam Brandenburg Don Buckley and Pvt. Preston Odom. CO. The company welcomes the new George W. Hawk who is replac­ ing Capt. Alphonso Nilo. Captain Nilo is on leave at the pres...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 July 1954

Nationals Favored Over AL Batsmen The second Fort Hood All Star Baseball game of the 1954 season gets underway at Red Lindsay field this afternoon at 2:30 p.m Top players from both the Na­ tional and American Leagues clash for the second time. The first con test went to a hard-hitting Nation­ al League club 9-7. Starting lineups have not as yet been announced but it is believed that there will be little change in the lineup from the first all star classic. Manager Jewel McGhee of the 73rd AFA who pilots the Nation­ als is eager to make it two games straight over Clyde Morrison's American League team. If the Nationals win today's con­ test the scheduled third game will automatically be cancelled as the Nationals will have copped the best of three-game series. If the American Leaguer's push to vic­ tory a third game will be played at Red Lindsay to decide the All Star champions. The contest this afternoon offers the Fort Hood baseball fan a rare opportunity of what to expect of the Fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 July 1954

Thursday July 15 1954 Led. by the pitching of Ray­ mond Mailhot the 2nd AAA Bn. surged closer to the American League crown by belting the 35th Tank Bn. 13-2 at Red Lindsay Field. After giving up two runs in the first inning Mailhot settled down the rest of the way to win his second game of the season. It was the tenth straight victory for the artillery nine. Big guns at the plate were Thomas c the American Leagues leading hitter and Steve Hutchings hard working second baseman. The "Ack Ack" crew needed only seven hits to stamp insurance on their six inning victory. The 100 Tank Battalion and the 702nd AIB battled to a 7-7 dead­ lock in a contest played at Bri­ gade Field. The infantry nine surged ahead to a 5-1 lead but saw their lead whittled away by the 100th Tankers. Arnold Earley on the mound for the Tankers was very effective in chalking up 12 strikeouts. Johnny Klocko of the 702nd whipped the third strike past batters. The two teams will settle the deadlock on July 18th when t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 July 1954

Page Eight 634th Armored Infantry Bn HQ. co. The recruiting program is ex­ cellent in this unit due to the out­ standing work and effort of Lt. Carol T. Barnes who is recruit­ ing officer and M-Sgf. William H. Beason who is the first sergeant and recruiting NCO. Due to this fine program five EM have re- enlisted in the past month for a total of twenty one ears. More outstanding work by M- Sgt. William H. Beason who is an ex paratrooper is reflected by the considerable amount of men that have volunteered for the air­ borne due to his encouragement and effort put forth since his as signment here. Battalion communications sec­ tion had a swimming party and steak fry Wednesday at Belton Dam. Those who attended were Lt. Richard Setin M-Sgt. Robert Fox Cpl. Thomas Burba Cpl. 'Freddie Kee Pvt. Jean Hialt PFC Billy Deason Cpol Ernest Creager. PFC Edd Shelton. PVT. Calvin Roop PFC Monte Hamer. All men in the Company are fir­ ing for qualification in their re­ spective TO&E weapons this w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 July 1954

Thursday July 15 1954 LEGALS 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. 3-5254 RENTALS MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT C-6 BEAUTIFULLY NEW DECORATED OF- fices for rent. 2 rooms to each office. Utilities paid. $50 Month. Apply G&S Army Store 305 North 4th Phone 2471. REAL ESTATE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE D-1 FOR SALE TWO BEDROOM HOUSE hardwood floors good storage space large patio near bus line West Ward and future High School. 714 Sissom Road Phone 312 Killeen. ONE TWO BEDROOM HOME with at­ tached car port built under FHA in­ spection. Can be bought with small down payment and FHA terms and in­ terest. WM. CAMERON & CO. Lam­ pasas Texas Phone 142. FOR SALE: Immediate possession seven room and two bath Austin Stone dwel­ ling with double garage large lot and choicest location in Temple. A real home at a real bargan. Write owner Box 506 Rockdale. T...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 15 July 1954

Page Ten AV'^i1"aI •: .«*£ "L A v" •mttiftjass '-t'.-V -V '''"'''''1*''V" ^'.f -n'.'-V -V-^i 1 ferte^ '•zU::&<7y *"*lw"'1„ wTfu'oaam •.' -."" {Lr.s-- •V.^W^Tc#= iMsi Hpjpppii PHPSP sSSasftliiaSs rrip- ./»'• mi: WK *''M \iV- \Ed Cantrell FIRST SALES BELL COUNTY £h&ck JAqac USED CARS L. C. JORDAN Manager 1952 STUDEBAKER Commander fully equipped.. .$895. 1950 STUDEBAKER Land Cruiser R&H Overdrive $595. 1951 DODGE Fully equipped $595. 1950 FORD Radio and heater $595. I 1950 CHEVROLET Extra clean radio & heater. .$695. 1953 CHEVROLET 4 door radio & heater white sidewall tires extra nice $1495. 1949 FORD Radio and heater $495. ..wig mrnJKtm ipi^g ^V": f: '0--w **lii THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS tllli* We Can Put You In A New Ford HEW OFFICERS NO DOWN PAYMENT 121 North Main JK7X-lui 77% We Invite You To Visit Us Ed Cantrell Owner Johnny Eggleston Salesman Tiny Lanham Salesman Bill Harrison Salesman. s*v. Belton Authorized Ford Dealer $ For as Little As PAYMEN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 22 July 1954

Vol. 8 No. 29 PVT MARK STEIB (on pole) and PFC Ralph Olsen (left) both assigned to the 207th Signal Company aided in the important task of providing telephone communication for Fourth Armored Divis­ ion units which completed the move to a North Fort Hood bivouac area last week. A portion of the "tent-city" which was established as a means of alleviating the water shortage at the main Post can be seen. (U. S. Army Photo by Treadway) INTELLIGENCE REPORT We have just heard about a most unfortunate man who was shop­ ping in Killeen the other day. He lost his brief case in the bus sta­ tion leaving the bus station he went to the post office where he lost a valuable fountain pen a few minutes later in a grocery store he lost the pencil companion to the valuable fountain pen and awhile later in another store he lost his wallet containing $34. On arriving home after dark he entered the wrong house and the owner called Mhe police. The police took him Pro me and when he entered his own house ...

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