The Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1953 Page: 10 of 12
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2ND AAA AW BN
Fay Arcenaux Ross and Welch
have been promoted to corporal.
Promoted to PFC are Gaines and
Corporal Jackson has transferred
to the 19th AAA Bn at Philadelphia.
He was a member of our commo
Recent returnees from the NCO
Academy are Corporal Marsh and
PFC Davis. Resuming just the op
posite role is PFC Osborne who
reports for the leadership course
Cpl. Edward J. Roznoxsky has
graduated first in his class at the
track vehicle mechanic school at
the NCO Academy.
Last week Cpl. Elias Sierra and
Cpl. Leonard C. Schultz left for
the 4005th for separation.
Cpl. Burl Benge returned from a
six day leave spent at his home in
Miami Tex. and Cpl. Jesse B. Col-
lum completed a 10 day furlough
spent in Houston.
Returned from the NCO Acad
emy this past week are Cpl. Don
ald L. Newton and PFC Alfred
Reading from the leadership
course. Leaving to take their
place are PFC William D. Ander
son and Rodger B. Carlson.
SFC Doyle E. Melton left recent
ly on reassignment to Fort Bliss
to attend the Guided Missiles
Cpl. Edgar B. Jackson and
Robert Harris Jr. left for San Luis
Obispo in California to attend
Through discharges we are
losing Corporal Ryan Corporal and
PFC Reckinger. These men have
been with us since the activation
of this battalion. Ryan has held the
position of squad leader and sec
tion leader since the activation of
the unit. Tilly has worked in the
mess hall during his tour of duty
and attained the position of mess
steward. Reckinger has been a
truck driver during most of the
time he has spent in the Army.
Last week we lost two men to
the 506th AAA Bn in Philadelphia.
They were Privates Norris and
PFC Badgett is attending the
moving picture projector opera
tor's school at the Film Library
This is in preparation for his new
duties as I&E NCO in the bat
Whittington and Defelice were
promoted to Corporal.
PFCs Lonnie D. Crawford Col-
oniaus Thompson and Ernest J.
Buren went to the NCO Academy
while Sgt Joseph Adams PFCs
James V. Haggerty and Robert J.
Franklin returned from school.
Pvt Marvin G. Goodrich recently
went on leave after which he will
report to Camp Stoneman Calif.
PFC Anthony J. Trepagnier left
recently on a ten day leave to visit
his family in New Orleans and
PFC Alfonso A. Gonzales return
ed from a seven day leave in San
Appearing in a recent Sunday
edition of "The Temple Daily Tele
gram" was the picture of Miss
Elizabeth Polston. She is to be
married to Cpl. John L. Arnett on
April 2. Arnett left for the 4005th
ASU for separation on April 1.
After the wedding in Temple the
couple will make their home in
PFC Fred D'Aguanno has com
pleted the two-day projectionist
school at the Post Film Library
Leaving for the leadership course
at the NCO Academy were PFCs
Robert Lowery and Gene Schwab.
Returning from the Academy
h.. were PFCs Thomas Kimura com-
**jjleting the small arms school and
Alan-Parmley from the leader
ship course. Parmley finished with
a fine record being the second
man in the class.
Cpl. Orville D. Smith has enter
ed the hospital for an arm opera
tion. Also entering the hospital
is PFC Carl Romeo for a minor
Several promotions have been
made recently. Among them were
Walter Golick and Ferdinand J.
Schmidt to corporals and Robert
Christensen Dwight Zimmerman
Frank Weber and Leonard Jennis
Killeen Hwy. 190
WITH NINETEEN and one half
years as a line soldier and four
overseas tours behind m
M-Sgt. Charles W. Hall 4005th
Med. Det. retired from the
Army Tuesday. Now first ser
geant of the Patients Section
Medical Holding Det. Sergeant
Hall entered the Service on
June 1 1932 at Richmond Va.
He served with Patton's 7 th
Army in Africa and Sicily with
the 70th Tank Bn. It was the
70th that he won the Silver Star
in Sicily as a tank commander.
The sergeant intends to go back
to work for the Army in the
near future—but this time as a
We are going to lose quite a
number of our men who are to
be discharged in the month of
April. Among them is PFC Pat
terson our company clerk Cpl.
Does chery supply room Cpls. Ha-
beeb McMichael Weatherman
Bielfeldt Rebelle and PFC Kirby
who are in personnel section PFC
G. Johnson our first cook through
whose hard work our mess hall
achieved one of the highest aver
ages in a recent 4th Army in
spection PFC Mays and B. R.
Johnson of battalion supply and
Cpls. McCoy and Freiermuth
M-Sgt. Robert Fox was married
on a 15-day leave.
Cpl. Head is now back after
graduating from the leadership
school at the NCO Academy.
Receiving their orders for sep
aration were Sgt. Irving supply
sergeant Sgt. Lange cook Cpl.
Hartmann armorer PFC Berg-
lund assistant platoon sergeant
and PFC Harding mail clerk.
Pvt. Carroll Martin is being dis
We will also say "so long" to
Cpl. Ray Wilson PFC. Ben Mat-
son and PFC. Elmer Nichols.
They will also be discharged this
week. Wilson and Nichols have
been cooks in Charlie Co. for the
last 14 months.
Pvts. George Dicken Clarence
Brown and James Brown along
with Joseph Franks James
Matthews and Louis Parker are
all confined to the hospital.
We welcome Robert Webster to
PFC. Doyle Harris has1 gone on
a emergency leave.
Pvt. Robert Sexton has been
transferred to Co. D 4th MTB.
Promoted to corporal were
Doyle Harris Aubrie Watts and
Promotions were given to Cpl.
Raymond Meingasner and PFC.
Hospitalized this past week were
Pvts. Billy L. Green Bobby L.
Self Daniel Jasek and Hubert
Griffen while Arthur A. Laengrich
has returned to duty.
Transferring to Co. D 1st MTB
were Rufus Calvert and Bernard
Sgt. Harry B. Masiello and Billy
Shumway are now attending the
"Leave at once! I never want
to see you again!"
"Okay honey but I have one
"Get off my lap.'
NOW IN STOCK 1953
Hq. Res. Comd.
We've had more pretty stiff com
petition between the 19th 23rd and
24th Cos. for the honor plaque. The
19th Co. finally won out though by
the small margin of two points.
The 21st still has the goat Bolo.
It was mighty close though only
a matter of a few points to be more
The battalion commander wants
to know just how Bolo's name was
changed to Lobo and by whose
authority? Anybody got any ans
Thursday March 17 the 19th
fielded its softball team against the
7th Co. Pvt. Donald Bolchalk man
ager Youngstown Ohio was proud
of his team's performance. They
walloped the 7th Co. 7 to 2 in a
seven inning game.
Pvt. Alvin Pierre racing from
far left field make a shoe string
catch of a low liner. Pvt. Raymond
Pomycola turned in a beautiful
pitching performance striking out
a total of eight batters allowing
only eight men to reach second
base. Pvt. Paul McCoy did a fine
job of coaching.
We lost our soft ball game with
the 22nd Co. 7 to 2.
Private Solis has returned from
the hospital and Privates Talbert
and Jones are waiting for dis
charges fcr medical reasons.
Lieutenant Hanington our exec
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Ft. Worth Texas
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T^E ARMORED SENTINEL
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trying to find out what breed they
The softball team got off to a
good start by winning their first
game of the season. We defeated
the 20th Co. by a score of 7 to 2.
We welcome PFC Hubert Rosen
4 and 5 Year
9 to 12 Monday
Teacher with 5 years experience
in old established Kindergarden.
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back from NCO Academy leader
The company qualified an un
usually high number of men with
the BAR and hoped to do the same
on the machine jgun ranges this
The four platoons continue their
friendly but furious battle for the
honor plaque. The second platoon
last week's winner by a nose held
on grimly this week. It went to
the trouble of constructing a tri
angular frame on which the names
of its members are mounted and
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We welcome SFC Roy R. Bali
who has been transferred to the
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Thursday April 2 1953
We are losing Sgt. Murry
Berthelot who is on the May ship
ment to CONUS.
The soldiers get the paper
The base it gets the fame.
The printer gets the money
But the editor gets the blame.
Cater To Private Partiei 5.30
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The Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1953, newspaper, April 2, 1953; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth254325/m1/10/: accessed February 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Casey Memorial Library.