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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 January 1974

VOL. 32 NO. 43 Popular misconceptions not withstanding By BOB ALLEN Once looked upon as a protective organization “very secretive blacklist-type” industry the credit bureau has emerged from under the image that led many persons to believe credit information offices were .mysterious deep dark organizations .” according to Charles Hollinger manager of the Credit Bureau of Killeen. Hollinger who also owns Credit Bureau of Cop- peras managed separately by Don Ingram cited the original concept behind the establishment of credit agencies as the foundation for basic distructs and misconceptions aimed at the modern versions of the old business. “The industry basically got its start as a mercan- tile agency” he said. “It was a private clearinghouse for merchants to get rid of habitually poor credit risks.” “It was a protection organization for the merchan- t” Hollinger continued “a very secretive blacklist type of organization.” The blacklist is all but extinct now and credit bureaus while s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 January 1974

Page Two ft. A A By R. KWASNIEWSKI There are those of the opinion that working in a military or civilian job needs little if any education. It is by working hard nose-to-the grindstone the fulfills the requirements for a successful career. .There is also the idea that being in the Army doesn’t require much in the way of intelligence hpw much does it take to fire a rifle? In fact it takes 0- great deal of coordination skill and thinking to be a.rifleman idiots don’t win battles. Nor once you were in the Army did it require more than “doing your job” to retire. But our society has changed from success through hard work primarily to success through education primarily and hard work secondarily. And as society has changed so has our Army in this technologically orientated country. !Our Division recognizing that education is the mutual key to success is giving those members heeding a high school diploma or college degree the chance to get it now. We’re not saying that you’ll be abetter p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 January 1974

tBf Friday January 4 1974 ROOM FOR ONE MORE Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. Cmdr. attaches one more ribbon to the already streamer-laden colors of the 2nd Bn. 41st Inf. as 3rd Bde. XO Col. Ned H. Easterling and “Cavaliers” Cmdr. Lt. When a unit flag carries as a a a dtational ribbons as the one belonging to the 2nd Bn. 41st Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. it becomes a bit top heavy and hard to handle especially in a strong breeze. And for recisely that reason when one more rib- bon was added last week the scheduled outdoor ceremony was moved indoors to Palmer Theatre when a brisk wind flared up. *The added weight on the ‘^Cavaliers’” colors was in the form of a red yellow and blue III Corps Superior Unit Award ribbon. The men of the “Cavaliers” were proud 1 to receive the coveted annual aw ard takin it for the seventh tim in the past e|ght years. ‘"Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair fastened the streamer to the dipped “Cavaliers” flag as well as to the colors of Hq. & Hq. Co. 3rd Bde. which I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 January 1974

C’i vy *r’ age our I ts nice to hear something good It was along year 1973 that is. It was filled with events that will long be remembered though most of us would rather oust them from the old memory banks forever. But the good was there also even if at times it is hard to find beneath the shadow of the bad. But we must look. Along with most announces the pocketbook of the military member is in dire pain. But the pain could be worse. First came the pay raise in October welcomed by all and now even though it was held off until the first of January comes the hike in separate rations for enlisted men. Then there is the gas shortage energy crisis if you will and the accompanying problems of fac- tories closing unemployment increases and lower themostats. Inflation continued to clip along at a fast pace and beef prices soared to unheard of heights. But and there always is one if we look close enough one particular incident that didn’t begin in the United States at all has given a lift to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 January 1974

Friday January 4 1974 PX meets changes The Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) is eq ip in its service station and training its a to a problems arising from many of the new car features. L. W a eadquarters Automotive Branch chief said the action is necessary because of the complexity of the automobile I today. He said cars are changing drastically and ser- vice stations and mechanics must adjust to them now or run the risk of falling too far behind in learning to service them. “Recent years have seen American-made automobile undergo many changes” ex- plained Mr. Willard. “The lEnvironm mental Protection Agency now requires all new automobiles to have emission control devices. In addition disc brakes are standard on any cars and air con ditioners are increasing in popularity. These features aren’t foolproof they break (down a to be re a ire So AAFES is preparing its service stations to repair or service them. Preparing AAFES service stations to cope with new features means pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 January 1974

Page Six of fears waiting have We all smile in the same Language/ The ■/fe H5 er\dec( Battle of" flffssissipp(t /•fora&n Cify.ia. V? Missing FORT HOOD SENTINEL 4ct/ofi PAY RAISES Afrtrwi W8 I Ui/V* fb&ce “for Americans Match. 2 8 A/anagud Micarac^ua Mission cf Mercy (j C. 2 3 1972 Friday January 4 1974 Crisis

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 January 1974

Friday Jan ary 4 1974 ADJUTANT E N E A ’S WIVES The December coffee of the A djutant en. Wives was held in the hom of Mrs. Stanley Defilippi. After Mrs. Jack White wife of the Adj. Gen. an r held a business meeting the ladies exchanged hristm as gifts. The program ended with a farewell given to Mrs. Willie Blanding who is soon leaving for Germany. 17TH ENGR. BN. The officers’ wives of the 17th E ngr. Bn. held their monthly coffee recently at the home of Mrs. McConnell Coakw ell. o-hostess was Mrs. David Fagan. A Christ- as tif rate the refreshment table. Mrs. William Carroll wife of the battalion commander a in eetin A nouncem ents were made concerning forth- coming battalion events. Newcomers to the battalion were each presented with an African violet plant by Mrs. Martin W. Walsh wife of the battalion executive officer. The new comers are: Mrs. McConnell Cockwell Mrs. te ills rs. udi in rs W illia Rutherford and Mrs. Brian Robinson. The January coffee will be held in the hom of Mr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 January 1974

Page Eight Hood duo remains together Colonel harles Edwin .Canedy recently joined the 1st Cav. Div. assuming com mand of the 2nd Bde. Also joining th lackhorse Brigade” was Sgt. Maj. Max B. Ogas the new brigade command sergeant major. However it was not the first tim this duo has worked together. Over twenty years ago it was newly-com- missioned 2nd Lt. Canedy and it was Pit. Sgt. Ogas assigned to the same unit the 3rd it. A Co. 1st Medium Tank Bn. 1st Armd. Div. at Ft. Hood. It’s so coincidental. We couldn’t have done it if we re a Col. Canedy in reference to being assigned to geth er again "It’s great!” “I have almost 30 years of service and I have never heard of this sort of thing happening before in the Ar- my” said CSM Ogas. ‘‘I was thrilled when I was told Col. Canedy would be the commander of the brigade I would be a ig to because I hadn’t worked with him in so long” he said after their reunion. “As I recall that was my first duty a ssig t” •stated Col. anedy. ‘‘I ^arrived wi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 January 1974

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 January 1974

If?!1* Tv ..a ......... |K| IT Page Ten By JERRY REED Sports Editor The 1942 Rose Bowl game was moved to Durham North Carolina because of reported bomb threats on the west coast. Oregon State defeated Duke in that contest 20-16 and the Blue Devils probably wished that Oregon State would have stayed out west. The same situation prevailed at the post champion- ship football game on December 18 1973. The non- divisional winners the 375th ASA met the 75th Rangers for the title as Ft. Hood’s top flag-football team. The members of the ASA unit must have wished that the Rangers had gone back east west south or any other direction than up and down the gridiron. You could sum up the Rangers offense in two wor- ds Tom Wilson. Wilson the sly signal-caller of the champs directed an impressive attack which gave his team a 20-0 victory. Wilson teamed up with a corps of receivers to make his team a very big bomb threat in its own right. John Holland and Dave Zimmerman were the primary targets for ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 January 1974

^Friday January 4 1974 a a a a By JERRY REED 1 Don’t be surprised to hear that there is a warrant for Roger Staubach’s arrest after last Sunday’s game with the Minnesota Vikings. Many of the so-called avid Dallas Cowboy fans are claiming that he mur- dered the team ’s chances with his performance in the playoff game held in Texas Stadium. It’s nothing new though the farts in the immediate Dallas area are noted for their verbal abuse toward the team’s quarterback. They’re considered by a few folks to be most fickled you can’t please them. It wasn’t enough that the Cowboys came back again this year and reached the playoffs for a record eighth straight year. Nope that didn’t seem to please very many of the local folks who claim to be “loyal fans” of the former champions of the National Football League. I made a tour of the Dallas area after the loss last week visiting everything from small bars that resembled the Dewdrop Inn to the lobbies of noted motels and the reactions were about t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 January 1974

'■?$ *1 .- -£*‘V fft vi * ’"‘feti1' ■ iV Page Twelve I Truck I Commercial A CLA SSIC A E This is one of the typical races in the modified class that brings the crowds out to the Ft. Hood Dragway each Sunday. The 1974 season The effect on fishing of umlsually high tides predicted for-the first full moon of 1974 is [currently of far greater concern than the gasoline sh rta to in tertim visitors to the area of this South Texas coastal resort and nearby towns northeast of Corpus Christi. ‘‘They couldn’t care less about how they expect to get enough gasoline to drive back home in the Spring” com- mented one proprietor of a motel-RV park combination. “They’re just not thinking about it unitl the time comes and if re ’s a future I 9 1 5 W 1 9 0 9 I —526-4783 ONLY r Unusual tides affect fish problem most of them seem to feel that it’ll just give them an excuse to stay longer.” ypically erbert and Cynthia Bartlett of Kenosha Wisconsin encountered while shopping in an Aransas Pass supermarket...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 January 1974

^Friday January 4 1974 Jefferey found himself stranded in sunny Las Vegas during the holidays because of the gasoline crisis and had to amuse himself with his trusty camera. He found his favorite subject lovely Miss Ann Miller sunning herself by the r. om J. ills President Central Texas-Fort Hood Chapter Association of the nited S ta te Army (AUSA) has announced that the Chapter will hold its next General Membership Meeting and Dinner on 6 Feb. 1974 1800 hours at the Mini-Dome. The dinner will feature Lieutenant General Allen M. Burdett Jr. Commander III Corps and Ford Hood as the st a r. A nother special feature will be the Army. Field Band and its presentation of “Sing Out for America”. This performance by the band has been given considerable publicity and en- joyed by millions nation wide. Other activities will in­ One Sunday morning before Mom de id everyone should pitch In and pick up some of the early clutter. “The Lord should never see such a mess.” she lamented and bustled. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 January 1974

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 January 1974

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 January 1974

'»*. Page Sixteen ‘."‘•'iv- ...' RAIL-LOAD TRAIN is what Staff Sgt. Danny Jackson’s crew becomes as they hoist a dummy missile onto its Chaparral rail in the missile reload When you get comfortable somewhere you stay there and that’s just what Btry. ‘‘C” of the 2nd Bn. 5th A ir Defense A rty (ADA) is going to do. The 2nd Armd. Div. unit has found their top position in the try’s Chaparral missile throne” very comfortable for the past three years. The en hargin harlie” recently returned from a month long Chaparral missile Annual Service Prac- tice (A S a t. liss Texas ith an amazing score of 99.13 per cent assuring (h ir la im as the best Chaparral unit in the United States. Hosted by Bliss’s 3rd Bn. 6th ADA at North MacGregor Range the Defenders” went through missile reloading and preparation for action drills before doing the actual firing. The Chaparral is a surface- to air in fr a homing missile capable of intercep- ting hostile aircraft at low embers of the Armed Forces use many ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

VOL. 32 NO. 44 Dr. arlin Luther King Jr. By TOM WOLSFELD “Those who adhere to the method of non-violent direct action recognize that legislative and court or- ders an only declare rights they can never thoroughly deliver them. Only when the people them- selves begin to act are rights on paper given lifeblood.” These are the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. perhaps the greatest single figure in the movement of the black man toward equality and dig- nity. Non-violence was for him not only a method of change for Blacks but away of life as a minister. Dr. King was born in Atlanta on Jan. 15 1929. During his early childhood he was primed for the ministry by his father and grandfather both were ministers. In 1944 at the age of 15 he entered Morehouse College. After earning a degree in sociology he decided to enter the Crozer Theological Seminary in Chester Pa. At Crozer for the first time in his life he found r- 3 Non-violence a creed himself an integrated school. He was one of only si...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

Page Two-A After almost a year of searching 5-foot 2-inch Susie Ward of Brownwood may have found her a career in “a man’s world.” Susie a 1967 graduate of Brownwood High School and 1973 graduate of Hardin-Sim- mons University in Abilene has been looking for a career related to her college study law enforcement sin sh co lete re ire ts for her bachelor of science degree in December 1972. But after bumping into dosed doors throughout the state she says she feels she has found her place in the Women’s Army Corps as a military police officer. -And in finding that place in the U.S. Army Susie who lives on Route 3 becomes one of the first women in the nation to enlist in the military under a program designed to offer women ex- pended opportunities similar to those offered men joining the army. Susie began active duty Jan. 2 1974. Actually Susie says being a pioneer is nothing new to her because she enrolled in the first law enforcement fun­ 0 By R. KWASNIEWSKI At one time in our lives we ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

Friday January 11 1974 By CLEM HUGHES In July of 1973 anew tank series the M60A2 began arriving atop a fleet of flat- cars on the railroads at Ft. Hood’s Main Entrance. The tanks are new because of the many unique technical features incorporated into the tank. The fe a tu re include a la se a in full re stabilization of both the main gun and the entirely separate commander’s cupola mounted 50 a a in a a it to fir the SHILLELAGH missle and night fighting capability 1/67TH CONVERTED .. The 1st Bn. 67th Arm. was 'converted form an M60A1 unti to an M60A2 unit for the purpose of troop testing the tank under the test direction of the Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review (MASSTER). For half a year now the tanks have been watched critiqued driven many miles camouflaged fired greased and truly wrung out by mem- bers of the battalion. MEET THE M60A2 From outward appearances the M60A2 looks similar to most current tanks. The turret is narrower than that I of the M60A1 and th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

age Four-A Savings time causes adjustment Daylight savings time is now in effect and will remain officially in effect until April 1975. For most it will last throughout the summer of ’75 or through October of that year. While daylight savings time is nothing new for the summer months it hasn’t been invoked during the winter months since 1945. The Second World War was responsible for the invocation of savings time during that period. However while an extra hour of daylight is being gained in the evening and that is all well and good some problems and humorous situations have been created by the recent switch. irst cam the nearly 60 million alm st” coronaries that occurred Monday morning when Americans rising from their beds threw open their shutters (shades Venetian blinds curtains etc.) only to find that darkness prevailed upon the face of the nation. Fearing the energy crisis had put the sun out of commission most just returned to the warmth of their resting places to await the ine...

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