The Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 9, 1953 Page: 8 of 31
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Leaving for overseas is Captain
Gragg and Captain Land. Also
leaving for separation is Sergeant
McDonald and Corporal Barrera.
PFC McGee has transferred to
Co. where he will take over the
job of company clerk.
PFC Jack Wilson PFC Frank
Griffo and Corporal Wolf have re
turned from 15 day leave around
Ohio and Kentucky.
Private Seney PFC Johnson
Cpl. Cunningham Cpl. Avery PFC
Matana PFC Rash Cpl. Jones
PFC F. Johnson M-Sgt. Sutton
PFC Johns and PFC Burt have
departed for overseas service.
Lieutenant Henjes SFC Padgett
SFC Cox and Cpl. Sears have
transferred to Co. C.
M-Sgt. Dever and PFC McCon
nel has transferred to the 4005th
We welcome back Sgt. Petroni
who was formerly of this company
before being transferred to Co. A
Another new addition is Sergeant
Mawson from Co. A who is to
be our new mess sergeant.
It is a welcome relief to finish
our tour of guard which covered
a period of three months. The men
did a commendable job consider
ing the many handicaps and addi
Corporal Robinson returned the
clerk typist school at the NCO
Battalion Hqs. has lost quite a
few men recently who are being
discharged. Most recent to leave
are Cpl. Thomas Burch S-3 clerk
Sgt. James Schwertfeger S-l
clerk and Cpl. James Mangham
Much work has been going on
lately by the battalion in the form
of the landscaping our our area.
We soon hope to have a nice
grassy area around our barracks.
W ewelcome Corporals Dixon
Emerson PFCs dinger Gayland
Reppond Ellis Pvts. Harver Mil
ton Dockins and Lanceolia.
Last week the battalion base
ball team started its first practice
session with the help of their able
coach SFC Walter Derosin.
M-Sgt. Billy Hearn is being re
placed by M-Sgt. Lloyd Wells as
first sergeant. Sgt. Hearn is pro
cessing for shipment to EUCOM.
SFC Kenneth Hitson our mess
steward is also departing for as
signments to EUCOM or FECOM.
Sgt. Warren A. Thomas will re
place him as mess steward.
Returned from the hospital dur
ing the past week were SFC Hugh
G. McClennan and Cpl. Richard
Members of this company are
participating in spreading fertiliz
er to help grow grass in the area.
Several promotions have come
down and have brought sergeant
ratings to Carl A. Neal Peter
Douet Junior White and Roland
Promoted to corporal were Ge
rald Fox and Burnett Heath while
Ralph A. Birkinbine William Wal
lace Robert Young and Randolph
C. Watts have received their pro
motions to PFC.
Cpl. Weldon Allen who was
transferred to Co. recently but
was back again on SD to Bridge
Co. is going to the 4005th for dis
Hq. Res. Comd.
LOOK FOR THE VETERAN SIGN
Store No. 1 Store No. 2
Leave Temple by way of
McCloskey Veteran Hospital
to Rogers... step at the
third store en the right
New location just this side
of the underpass on high*
PFC NICHOLAS TODARICH receives a congratulatory handshake
from General Doan acting commanding general of Fort Hood and
the 1st Armored Division Todarich was the 2000th graduate of the
NCO Academy and will serve as the General's driver.
4th TRAINING BTN.
Both the honor plaque and the
goat Bolo changed hands last
week. The honor plaque went once
more to the 24th Co. and the goat
going to the 22nd Co. The 24th is
an old hand at having the plaque
but the gcat is something new to
Earnest L. Murray has made
19th TRAINING CO.
The yet undefeated 19th Training
Co. ball team plastered the 23rd
Co. 8 to 1 taling the lead early
nthe game. Raymond Pomycala
from Pennsylvania pitched a bril
20th TRAINING CO.
M-Sgt. John E. Lewis was trans
ferred to the 23rd Co. while the 20th
Raymond T. Collins to
take his place.
The 13th Co. squeezed by the
20th in baseball by virtue of the
many errors made by 20th. The
final score was 9 to 6.
21st TRAINING CO.
Private Hanns is on emergency
leave in Longview Tex.
Teamwork paid off when the 1st
competed with the 20th in a drill
match. Honors were for the 21st
with much credit given to SFC
Fred Randle for his instruction
22nd TRAINING CO.
We are proud that the company
went over the top on the Red Cross
Drive with $1000 per man includ
ing Bolo (the goat) who contributed
PFC. Stallman is being trans
ferred to the 4005th for dischanrge.
23rd TRAINING CO.
Members of the fourth platoon
were still gloating over their
snatching the 23rd's honor plaque
away from the somewhat compla
cent second platoon.
Like the 60-1 darkhorse that
every so often comes the 4th pla
toon loomed out of nowhere to
come up with the honor plaque
award. For seven straight weeks
the first and second platoons have
been monopolizing the weekly
crown. But Cpl. William J. Han
sen's outfit cut down its gigs and
displayed its wares well enough to
haul in the prize.
24th TR AINING CO.
The 24th Training Company
again won the honor plaque. This
makes the sixth time in nine weeks
for the 24th.
Maurice A. Griffin will receive
his discharge due to physical de
fects on April 1.
In camp on leave
Leave Temple by way of
Post Office out on Rosebud
hiway 53 .. keep to right
all the way.
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THE ARMORED SENTINEL
Lt. Charles F. Holmes will take
over the duties of S-2.
Back at his usual place is Lt.
George E. Sheehy after spending
a week on leave.
From S-l section to civilian life
goes Cpl. Avis H. Powell.
Cpls. Ellis and Miler leave us
to return to civilian life.
M-Sgt. B. W. Gunter is first ser
geant these days.
Lt. William J. Schworer leaves
our ranks and will be returning
to civilian life in the near future.
We welcome Lt. George R. Hor-
ton as company commander. He
is a former member of Co. "C."
The last two charter members
will leave us this week
for separation to civilian life. They
are Sgt. R. J. Seilbach and Sgt.
S. J. Getty Jr.
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We welcome back Sergeant Him-
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Recent promotions went to SFC
Tordoff SFC Pemberton and Ser
PFC Stanaway is now the father
of a 7 lb. baby girl born March 26.
Captain Tyner has moved to
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Corporals Berger Gallatin and
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PFCs Lindsay and Romano have
completed the ASU Food Service
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Fair and Mote were promoted to
grade of sergeant during last week.
Both men have served in the Far
Three sergeants are leaving this
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