The Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 9, 1953 Page: 5 of 31
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Thursday April 9 1953
4rmd Sig. Co.
DIV. SIGNAL SUPPLY
PFC Willingham has loft on a
seven day emergency leave.
Former DSS man Sgt. Green is
displaying a ecstatic bewildered
and smiling face along with a hand
full of cigars there's a baby
in the house. It was a 7 pound baby
Lt. Slingerland is leaving the
section for FECOM.
PFC Collovvay and PFC Bar-
ringer formerly with this section
have transferred to Message Cen
"Signal Field" is the name of
the new softball field that has been
layed out in the motor pool.
DIV. SIGNAL MAINTENANCE
Section Chief Sgt. Johnson and
Cpls. Val Bautista and Charles
Stoll are now clearing prior to dis
charge. Bautista's recent demon
stration "Key to the Universe"
was attended by most of the men
of the section and was enjoyed to
the very last.
RADIO RELAY SECTION
Lt. Norton has left for Tulsa
Okla. on a 10 day furlough. PFC
Alexander Alexandrou has also
left for a 13 day leave in Brooklyn.
PFC Frank Mumford has come
into our section from T&T.
MESSAGE CENTER SECTION
Two men added to the section
|are PFCs Barringer and Callo-
'way they hail from Construction
Sgt. Schultz has been admitted
to the hospital with an eye in
Sgt. Morales has received a 15
day emergency leave while attend
ing Leadership School.
WOJG Osborn and WOJG Secor
are receiving shots prior to over
Cpl. Longoria has returned from
a 15 day leave in San Antonio.
General Clarke's farewell address
last Thursday was covered by mo
tion picture camera Sgt. SeChrist
doing the shooting.
Glen Sloan recently made ser
We're losing a number of men
during the month of April. They
are: Pvt. John Anderson Cpl.
J. C. Beaird Cpl. Thomas Ben-
well Pvt. Ralph Brinker PFC
Edwin Brison Cpl. Angus Brown
Cpl. Robert Brown Cpl. Roy Buch-
acher PFC Frank Carper Cpl.
Roland Cohen Cpl. James Dowdle
PFC Vernon Frank Cpl. Jacob
Gahre Cpl. James Gastineau Cpl.
Wynn Harmon Cpl. George Har
ris PFC Harold Hennes Cpl.
Allyn Kroning Cpl. Joseph Marko
Cpl. Theodore Marley Cpl. Jean
kMasse Cpl. Phillip McCabe Cpl.
JfEldon McKay Cpl. Francis
O'Hara. Cpl. Erwin Palmer Pvt.
Vernal Palmer PFC Elmer Pouch
Cpl. Claud Roush Cpl. Roy Gas
ton Cpl. John Santosuosso. Cpl.
Robert Skeen Cpl. John Skoog
Cpl. Roy Turner Cpl. Eldon Wild-
man and Cpl. Floyd Ziegenhorn.
We welcome Lt. Laakso and Lt.
Baldwin back from Ft. Knox Ky.
where they attended the officers'
course for approximately 17 weeks.
The mess hall lost Corporal
Coughlin who was sent to EUCOM.
Privates Redd and Reeves who
recently joined us from North
Camp left for Mechanics' School
at Camp Chaffee Ark.
Pvt. Bobbie Roberts is attending
Cooks and Bakers School on the
Sgt. John F. Newby went on a
15 day leave in Florida.
We welcome Privates Bray
Manuel Schmit Richmond Mo
lina and Mercante who have join
ed the company as cadre.
Private Schmitt is attending
Mechanic School at Camp Chaffee
Privates Fried and Eberhardt
are doing a good job of redecorat
ing our mess hall.
Cpl. Gordon D. Faulkner and
Cpl. Gerald Peterson are both
^fathsrs of boys.
Coming back to the fold is our
CO Lieutenant Cummings who
returned from leave and Corporal
Leingang who has completed the
Leadership course at the NCO
UPWATE AND ADEQUATE
WET US CHECK IT
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2ND AAA AW BN
PFC. Melvin our battery clerk
has departed for the AG School
at Fort Benjamin Harrison Ind.
where he will attend the personnel
WOJG White our assistant per
sonnel officer is currently on
emergency leave due to illness in
Two new sergeants in our battery
are Smalley and Anglin.
Our contributions to civilian life
last week were Corporals Butz and
Last week Cpl Dale E. Greena-
moyer and Cpl Earl C. Ritcher de
parted for separation. Both joined
this unit in July 1951 having serv
ed in the AAA JtTC at Fort Bliss
Returning from the NCO Acad
emy was PFC Ferrell H. Williams
who successfully completed the
unit supply course.
Cpl. Santo L. Minero and PFC
William J. Tatler are presently
enjoying leave in New York and
PFC Herbert H. Aral was called
home on an emergency leave to
Hawaii lyast week due to the ill
ness of his father.
Getting discharged from the
service are Corporal Alexander
and PFC Jolly.
In the recent battalion inspec
tions we came out with the plaque
for the best supply room and for
the best mess hall.
Three men left on furloughs to
visit their families. They are
PFCs Chandler and Blachowski
and Corporal Spano.
We are proud to have had a hun
dred percent participation in the
Red Cross drive recently held.
Cpls David B. Eisele and George
Koller proceeded through the
4005th ASU Separation Point last
week and became civilians again.
Margarito Garcio was promoted
to sergeant first class while Busch
and Womack were promoted to ser
Sgt. Alfred McCauley is enroute
to Philadelphia for a new assign
Sgt. Sharper Campbell and PFC
Anthony J. Trepagnier recently re
turned from leave.
Cpl. Billy C. Holcombe had de
parted for the 4005th Separation
At the close of the "Best in the
Battalion" inspection our battery
was found best in two departments
barracks and orderly room.
Pvt-2 Otis Fleeton rejoin us after
a short stay in the hospital due
to an attack of measles.
Cpls Raymond Boeker and Wal-j
ter Golick have returned from
PFC Paul W. Schoolfield and
wife have announced the arrival of
a 9 lb 2 oz boy. This is their
second child and second boy. The
new son has been named Stephen
Dale. Mrs. Schoolfield and son are
resting fine at their home in
SIGNAL MEN SAVE
Army Signal Corps technicians in
Korea saved American taxpayers
more than $1079000 (M) during
the past 18 months by salvaging
and repairing approximately 1500
miles of expensive communications
cable. One mile of re-built cable
saves the taxpayer $686.70.
15 G. I.
Tile Drain Board
Tar & Gravel Roof
1st QM Bn.
Those leaving recently include
Cpl. Paul D. Renolds PFC Rich
ard A. Belanger Cpl. Wilburt E.
Schmudde Cpl. Charles W. Far-
ris Cpl. Ernest R. Raulli PFC
Thomas P. Lesher PFC Charles
J. Morganti and Cpl. Leroy E.
Sgt. Ehvood V. Jahr and PFC
Monte R. Shanks were reassign
ed to Hq. Co. 1st Armd. Div.
PFCs Albert Naylor and Robert
O'Brien who have completed the
clerical procedure course at the
NCO Academy are returnees to
SFC Barker who was our mess
sergeant and Sergeant Dufner our
supply sergeant arc being shipped
to the European Command.
51st Ord. Gp.
CWO Frank A. Mcndonca was
welcomed to this organization re
Promoted to sergeant were
Willie J. Garcia Joe W. Shifflett
and Frank L. Walden.
The following men have receiv
ed orders for overseas assign
ments SFC Lloyd D. Braughton
and PFC James R. Tauriello to
FECOM M-Sgt. John D. Brown
Sgt. William R. Edwards and Sgt.
Ralph H. VanSlyke to EUCOM.
First Sergeant Stanton L. Abbott
has reported for duty and M-Sgt.
Hugh A .Starling resumes his dut
ies as sergeant major
Virginia Mayo shows how to get
the most out of a pair of short
shorts. Her latest movie "The
Iron Mistress" doesn't give her
much of a chance to wear
clothes like this so we thought
we'd give her a break.
In 1933 Army Major Raymond
A. Kesler demonstrated that mos-
quitoe are capable of transmit
ting encephalomyelities a serious
disease of animals. This was the
first evidence that mosquitoes can
transmit a disease of the central
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THE ARMORED SENTINEL
What's In A Name? Ask Pvt. Joe Blow
Joe Blow who is as well known
as Kilroy or John Doe is following
in the wake of his illustrious WWII
counterparts. He's soldiering at
this minute with the 4006th Enlist
ed Detachment Station Comple
ment Ft. Sam Houston Tex.
Messrs. Kilroy and Doe may have
their existence disputed but
Pvt. Joe Blow is real although
he has trouble proving it.
Pvt. Blow carries the same name
as his father and grandfather. It's
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SALE PRICE OT.W
Very Limited Quantity
LIVING ROOM SUITE
2 Step Tables
NOW ONLY $271.50
COME IN AND SAVE TODAY
really Jasper Daniel Blow but Joe
and his dad have always used the
short form. The Army carries him
on the records as Joe Blow. (AFPS)
Milwaukee Wis. (AFPS)—Trus
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ordered a billiard table removed
from the Sharles Allis art library
on the grounds that somebody
might mistake the place for a pool
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A poor American washes his own
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