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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 August 1954

Page Fourteen SEATED IN THE COCKPIT of an L.-19 Cessna is Maj. Vernon L. Poynter accomplished pilot and new III Corps Aviation officer jind commanding officer of the Fort Hood Army Airfield. Major Poynter arrived recently at Fort Hood from Stuttgart Germany where he was Flight Detachment commander Seventh Army Headquarters. He is a graduate of Army Aviation Liason Pilot training and Army Helicopter School. (U.S. Army Photo) Maj. Poynter To Command Hood Airfield Named last week as HI Corps aviation officer and commanding officer of the Fort Hood Army Air­ field was Maj. Vernon L. Poynter originally from Wichita Kans. A veteran of 14 years military experience Major Poynter recent­ ly arrived here from Stuttgart Germany where he was assigned to Seventh Army headquarters as flight detachment commanding of­ ficer for two years. From 1949-1951 he was commander of the Aviation 1st Constabulary Brigade at Wies­ baden. While attached to Seventh Army headquarters Major Poynter was the officer...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 August 1954

Thursday Aug. 26 1954 LEGALS Legal Directory A-l NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley BIdg. Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Temple Texas First Nat'l Bids. Ph. 3-5254 RENTALS HOUSES. UNFURNISHED C-4 FOR RENT: TWO BEDROOM HOUSE unfurnished with fenced back yard. 1212 Comay Drive Belton Texas. Phone 215-W. 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 r.STATE CITY PROPERTY WANTED D-2 FOR RENT CONVENIENT AND Al- tractive Apartments near High School and Fiist Methodist church. Inquire at Studio over Garage. Mrs. Estelle Armstrong 1205 Ash Street George­ town Texas FINANCIAL INSURANCE F-3 Automobile Liability Insurance for an military personnel. MASHBURN & SCOTT Real Estate Insurance 915 W. Rancier KILLEEN. TEXAS MERCHANDISE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 1-1 FOR SALE: LATE MODEL AEROPLANE Buscomb S-A. low...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 26 August 1954

Fac Sixteen W ? f*v ..C SA My 3c& OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK 'Aw 4 1 as little as New Officers Sold Without Anything DOWN j^irfZJsJIES Tf-?K Ak" MEL. FORT HOOD TEXAS Take Your Choice Eq Cantrell Always Has A Large Selection of New Cars! .fi & 5W- x CANTRELL MOTOR authorized dealer why driverJust anything when you tan drive a brand new 1954IFORD for UP TO 30 MONTHS TO PAY Special Arrangements Made For Financing YOU CAN'T TRADE WITH YOU JUST BELTON TEXAS Authorized Dealer N'T WANT 10 DRIVE A NEW CAR! A 5*AS»tw. DOWN RANKS BELTON 121 North Main Phone 61 Thursday Aug. 26 1951 BRAND NEW FORDS JUST ARRIVED Your Choice of Colors and Body Styles Are Here BUY WHERE YOU HAVE A CHOICE

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 September 1954

Vol. 8 No. 35 INTELLIGENCE REPORT A man who has been four times divorced and is now living hap- with his fifth wife recently called at our desk to offer advice on how to select a wife. Although we have had only one wife and never expect to look for another one. we gave him an attentive ear thinking we might obtain informa­ tion for other men seeking agree­ able spouses. The women who make the best wives our informant declared are those who have at least two un­ happy marriages. He told us that his present wife with whom he is on excellent terms after three years of marriage has had two quondam husband. Her first man was a bank teller who is now doing time in a Colorado penitentiary for em­ bezzlement and Mier second hus­ band was a recidivist who was sentenced to 20 years for selling gus oil stocks to gullible widows. It appears to us that the long search required to find an unhappy grass-widow who has had two for­ mer husbands would be frowned upon by most men but our infor­ mant s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 September 1954

Page Two Captain Gardner attributed the decrease in accidents to a num­ ber of factors. "I'd like to believe" he wrote "that the efforts of the Texas Highway Patrol hafre brought about this drastic change but I feel we should give credit where credit is due. The increased ob­ servance of Fort Hood personnel of traffic regulations is more than Army Sets Plans To Issue Green Uniform Sept. 11956 WASHINGTON (AFPS) The Army will begin to change into its new Army Green uniform September 1 1956. On that date EM receiving ini­ tial clothing issues will get one new uniform and one of the pres­ ent Olive Drab. Wearing of the Army Green (Shade 44) will be authorized except in formations. The one-and-one issue will con tinue until OD stocks are reduced to the point where further issue is not economical. Officers and EM who previously were issued two OD uniforms will replace the ODs as they wear out. Issue Greens Only A tentative time-table of the changeover estimates that by Sep­ tember 1 1958 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 September 1954

Thursday Sept. 2 1954 Will Your Name Be Recorded? twrwtw JULY LABOR Officers' Wives Club The first fall meeting of the Of­ ficers Wives Clrb will follow a luncheon Tuesday at 12:45 p.m. in the Officers' Open Mess a The hospital wives will be host­ esses and a program of Latin dances will be presented by the Arthur Murray Dance Studios. All officers' wives are cordially invited to make reservations be­ fore noon Mc-'day. Wives whose last names end wit1- the letters A through should call Mrs. M. L. Patterson Killeen 1051 through P. Mrs. H. M. Vortriede ^"illeen 10688 through Z call Mrs. Wil­ liam Super Killeen 55657. Mrs. Don Stotser games chair­ man has announced a idge tour­ nament to take place on Tuesday afternoons September 14 21 and 28. The entry fee is one dollar and players will keep the same part­ ners. Baby Corn: "Mama where did I come from?" Mama Corn: "The stalk brought you." ARCADIA AN INTERSTATE THEATRE Temple Texas NOW SHOWING Gary COOPER Susan HAYWARD Richard WIDMARK O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 September 1954

Page Four 522 Published in the Interest of the military aa« civilian personnel it Firt every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Cempaay. Temple statements reflect* in the news and editorial columns represent views £divldiual writers and nnder no elrcamstanees are to beconsidered those of toeJDepartmwt of the Army. Advertisements In this publication da not roastitate aa "r Department of Defense of the products 01 services n«?A »rmlwJ Smtlifl. Fort publication shoald be sent to the Public Informa^ Ofn^ Amored S^ttB^^ rort Hood teiephene 3200. This publication reeelv" and papers are authorised to reprint aon-eopyrigkted AFFS material witaoai permission from AFPS Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.°f ®^£«VJ^lPostTfree! Subscription off post (3.00 per year $1.00 far three moaths. Distribution oa Ppst free. All pictures are United States Arm Signal Cony noted the publication of these Is not restricted except In eases lavewin* yimp for advertising purpose* at whieb ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 September 1954

-w"" ""':i Thursday Sept. 2 1954 ^Fourth Army Sets ^Specialist Check As part of an Army-wide pro­ gram to determine if specialists are being properly utilized over long periods aftei their training is completed Fourth Army headquar­ ters has initiated a program to trace graduates of various elec­ tronics courses at the Antiaircraft Artillery and Guided Missile Cen­ ter Fort Bliss. Under the plan proposed by Fourth Army the names of grad­ uates from electronics courses at Fort Bliss for the past several years will be checke against De­ partment of the Army records to determine the present assignments of the men. Where trained special­ ists are working in fields outside their speciality steps will be recom mended to see that they are as­ in os it on or trained. SPORT SHIRTS new styles new colors .. new fabrics shirt stock is the largest most com­ plete of any store in this part of Texas! ..Choose from many many types of fabrics priced from $095 up! SLACKS check our store for what you ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 September 1954

Page Six .r Morgan Receives 4Valuable9 The Fort Sill Cannoneers are the Fourth Army Baseball Champions of 1954. The Artillery Center aggrega­ tion after dropping a 13-9 decision to Fort Bliss in the opener came back strong to cop five big vic­ tories in the five day competition. Fort Sill now advances to the All Army Baseball Tournament at Camp Carson Colorado Sept. 13- 18. Eleven Fourth Army Military Installations battled for honors which closed with Sill's 12-9 win over the Brooke Army Medical Center. Fort Sam Houston copped the Class AA Crown with a 4-1 vic­ tory over White Sands Proving Grounds. Fort Sill was knocked off in the opener by a hard hitting Fort Bliss team 13-9. Four big Falcon home runs provided the deciding mar­ gin. Ted Battistone smashed a pair of round trippers to lead the hit attack. Daryl Spencer homered for the Cannoneers. In first round competition Brooke Army Medical Center's coveted Comet's unseated Fort Hood from serious contention by stopping the tourney...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 September 1954

I 'Thursday Sept. 2 1954 By SGT. JIM COLLINS Corporal Billy Maxwell the U.S. All Army golf champion has a philosophy that it's all in the mind. "Mental attitude" Billy says when asked what makes golf cham pions stand out from the rest of the field. And there probably isn't a gen­ eral in the Army who wouldn't agree that the same quality goes into the makeup of the finest sold iers. Perhaps that's one reason why Billy when he became a full-time soldier and part-time golfer was as successful at the former as he had been previously at the latter. Now a supply clerk in Headquar­ ters Company of Combat Command "B" 1st Armored Division the Odessa Tex. redhead has been a member of the "Old Ironsides" Di­ vision his entire 21 months in the Army. The 25-year-old corporal won many honors as one of the nation's outstanding amateur golfers until he turned professional last Febru­ ary 1. All-Army Crown Since then he has added many other laurels most recent being the All Army crown last month at ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 September 1954

Page Eight First Armored Plans Increased Sports Program A revitalized sports program that will give "Old Ironsides" per­ sonnel greater oportunities to take part in athletic and recreation events has been outlined for the 1st Armored Division. Following the pattern of the HI Corps "Sports for All" objective a 1st Armored Division Athletic Council is developing policies and plans for a complete program that will provide off-duty activities for the men of the division. Athletic and recreation officers and no commissioned officers throughout the division will be charged with promoting participa­ tion in the varied sports program stimulating interest where needed insuring that proper equipment is available for use and making rec­ ommendations to the division Spe­ cial Services officer of improve­ ments and additions to the pro­ gram. To encourage participation in athletic and recreation events a 1st Armored Division Commander's Cup has been established to be awarded semi-annually to the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 September 1954

I Thursday Sept. 2 1954 That was the firm conviction of SFC Joseph K. Naleieha of the 1st Armored Division's 81st Reconnais­ sance Bn. when he joined the Uni­ ted states Army at Hawaii's Scho- field Barracks in September 1945 Today the sergeant is back at Fort Hood after a special 45-day leave. Reason for the leave? The sergeant changed his mind even though it meant traveling more than 500 miles most of it across the Atlantic Ocean. In a simple civil and church ceremony on July 17 in Bad Wil- dungen Germany Sergeant Na­ leieha exchanged marriage vows with the girl he had met for the first time more than six years ago while he was stationed with Wohd Jsi&i By adding new words to your vocabulary each week you will in­ crease your reading enjoyment and it will enable you to express better what is in ycur mine when you sit down to write or get up to make a speech. Sixteen correct an­ swers to the test below indicate kur knowledge of words is con iderably above the average. If you mi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 September 1954

1 } Page Ten OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. EACH NIGHT LOW DOWN PAYMENT Long Easy Terms OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. EACH NIGHT IRA YOUNG AUTO AGENCY Highway 190 Killeen "What Anyone Else Can Choice Of Both New and Used Cars BEST OF SERVICE Gorden Young and his sales staff invite you to visit their lot this week end and look over some of the finest new and used cars on the market. All are in tip-top condition and ready for the winter driving ahead. When you are looking for a real buy in any car shop here first and save time and money. 4 BEST INTEREST RATES WE FINANCE ALL UNKS -.|i THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS IRA YOUNG AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH DEALER CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER KiUeen Dealers Pictured here are the two Ira Young dealers in Kilr leen they are con­ veniently located on High­ way 190 at the edge of town. Displayed on these popular lots are alt the latest models in your choice of cars. In addit­ ion to used cars you will find all kinds of new cars to choose from. IRA YOUNG...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 September 1954

.'U'i" Thursday Sept. 2 1954 "Got the right time buddy?" Usually a simple enough ques­ tion. But for a combat soldier fac­ ing the enemy on the next hill it could be a question of life or death —for himself and his buddies. Doing the right ning at the right time is second nature to a good soldier in combat or in training for combat. Time is a farily important item in the round-the-clock training of the 1st Armored Division. Two specialists recently assigned to the division's 123rd Armored Ordnance Bn. have nothing on their hands but time though they're rarely idle. oSoldiers "Mark" Time For Division Watches Pvt. Rudolf Schaefer Syracuse N. Y. of Ccx and Pvt. Roy Brown Sherman Tex. of A Co. the battalion's watch repairmen have the job of keeping the "Old Ironsides" Division on time 24 hours a day. The care of nearly 300 time­ pieces used by 1st Armored per­ sonnel in their day to day training belongs to Private Schaefer. His biggest job is to condition wrist watches used by person- s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 September 1954

Page Twelve Sergeant Strikes Uranium In Hills O A A A (AFPS) SFC Lawrence F. Sulli­ van has discovered what may turn out to be a million-dollar uranium mine—but he's going to stay in the Army until he completed 20 years. A part-time prospector Sergeant Sullivan has filed 29 claims dur­ ing the past few years. His last one paid off to the tune of $2100 with more money on the way. Armed with a Geiger counter Sullivan and his partners discov­ ered ore believed to contain seven tenths percent uranium—consider­ ably high for Arizona. The claim was finally leased for six months at $2100 with an option to buy should the claim prove productive. The purchase price would be $300000 plus a 10 percent royaltv on the mine's gross yield for the next 10 years. Under the agreement should the mine produce as much as a million dollars worth of ore the sergeant stands to make $399660. Sullivan estimates that his total expenses for filing his 29 claims were about $340. The National Geographic Society r...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 September 1954

I Thursday Sept. 2 1954 PU Sparta Road Reconstructed %y 16th Armored Engineers The versatility of the Army's Corps of Engineers was again il­ lustrated recently when A Co. of the 1st Armored Division's 16th Armored Engineer Bn. went into bivouac on the Fort Hood Reser­ vation and rebuilt eight miles of a busy training thoroughfare in less than 10 working days. The company of combat engi­ neers which is commanded by Capt. Walter Z. Granecki Mitchell Ind. was picked to reconstruct Owl Creek Road in the Sparta area of the reservation. The road is an important trans­ portation link for "Old Ironsides" personnel during periods of field training. As the 1st Armored Di­ vision Artillery was in the field when the road work began the engineers built by-passes while their bulldozers and graders labor­ ed over the road itself. Heavy Equipment Nearly 100 men of the company participated in the project using heavy equipment supplied by the 16th's Hq. Co. The company's first platoon was charged wi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 September 1954

Page Fourteen The anniversary today of the signing of the armistice aboard the battleship Missouri in Tokyo Har­ bor nine years ago meant more than the end of World War to SFC Charles W. Combs of the 4th Armored Division. It meant freedom from the Jap­ anese prison camp in which he had been confined for more than three years. It's been more than twelve years 4th Armored Plans Enlisted Men's Councils In order to give the soldier from private to sergeant a word to say concerning living and working con­ ditions within his unit all com­ manders in the 4th Armored Divi­ sion will name an advisory council of enlisted men who will make sug­ gestions and recommendations con­ cerning improvements to be made. The councils will be named by each battalion commander to func­ tion on a battalion-wide level and also by commanders of each bat­ tery and separate conmpany with­ in the division. Five enlisted men will be selected by the various commanders for each council three of whom will be in the ...

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

p? 3# Thursday Sept. 2 1954 11 I I 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 HOUSES. UNFURNISHED C-4 FOR RENT: TWO BEDROOM HOUSE unfurnished with fenced back yard. 1212 Comay Drive Belton Texas. Phone 215-W. 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. FOR RENT: MODERN TRAILER SPACE clean comfortable large spaces. Con­ venient to Fort Hood Killeen and schools. See these before parking your mobile home. Gold Rocket Trailer Court 410 South 2nd. Killeen. Phone 9125. REAL fiSTATE CITY PROPERTY WANTED D-2 FOR RENT CONVENIENT AND Al- tractive Apartments near High School and Fit st Methodist church. Inquire at Studio over Garage. Mrs. Estelle Armstrong 1205 Ash Street George­ town Texas. EL FINANCIA...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 2 September 1954

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 September 1954

Vol. 8 No. 36 INTELLIGENCE REPORT Years ago at Ft. Riley Kansas we heard two captains of horse cavalry exchanging some vitupera­ tive words at the picket line early one morning. "Some one in your outfit" roared Captain A "Stole a pitch­ fork from our picket line last night. I want it back." "That could not be true" count­ ered Captain B. "No one in this outfit ever steals anything to work with." FREE MEALS The other day on the streets of Ft. Hood we met our favorite pas­ tor whom we call John Baptist. He was complaining of stomach troub­ le. Remembering that all pastors have a great penchant for getting free meals we suggested that he might be eating too much bad cooking away from home. In fairness to the pastors prob- ly we should confess that the author of this great space of wis­ dom truth and enlightenment is running the men of the cloth a close race for first honors in gar­ nering free meals. Several weeks ago we had busi­ ness in Temple and called Afton Schulz the alert and er...

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