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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

Friday October 18 1974 Continued from page 1A IR S A I OK A I A E The first Ft. Hood graduate of the API program Pfc. Michael F. Sanchez received his diploma a couple of months ago. The “C” Co. 1st Bn. 50th (Mech.) Inf. soldier from the 2nd Armd. Div. received his diploma during a special luncheon. Pfc. Sanchez was presented the diploma Mr. Sid Wieser president of API’s board of regents. Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. commander and according to the Lear- ning Center director the initiator of the API program was also present for the awarding of the first diploma. At the time the diploma was awarded to Pfc. Sanchez Prugh is quoted in a story about the ceremony as stating “A great deal of the responsibility for the start of API must be given (to Gen. Fair. He initiated the division’s college .and GED policies which allow soldiers to go to class during duty hours. And he wanted his people to have high school diplomas so he as- sisted in the creation of the Am erican Preparatory...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

Page Four-A I Scratch and sniff for a sweet aroma By JOHN GRABOWSKI Last month’s deluge of junk mail and bills brought an innovative little gimmick from our local natural gas utility. It consisted of a small brochure which accom- panied the bill. Inside the brochure was printed a small blue-and-white drawing of a flame. “Scratch and sniff” the flame the text advised. I did and got one heck of a whiff of an odor I recognized as natural gas. Well it really wasn’t natural gas has no odor but the text of the brochure explained that this was an artificial odor added to natural gas so consumers could detect leaks and so forth. Such scratch and sniff surfaces on paper had been mentioned to me before and I had recalled seeing the technique used a time or two to enable a potential buyer to sense first-hand a fragrance of a particular perfume. I hadn’t given the thing much thought though until I saw how taken our family was as they passed the little blue flame around. What a terrific advancem...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

Friday October 18 1974 HOW DivArty helps handicapped youths “Mr. can you hold me close to the pins I want to throw the ball myself.” Simple for nor- al ste rs but for children from the McLennan County Rehabilitation Center in Waco every day things become a challenge. The challenge was made a little easier recently as men and women from the 2nd Armd. Div. Artillery took the children to what was described by the Center’s director Mrs. Elizabeth Pettis as “one of the really great high points of the year for these kids. Waco’s Heart ’O Texas Fair was the Scene of the action as the khaki-clad gentlemen from DivArty not only poured out 110 per cent of their time but equalled it in spending just as much monetarily. For many of the children it was the first time they had ever been given the opportunity to participate in activities most kids their age take for granted. Many of the men were in the same position. Meeting for the first time the children and soldiers becam a a in mediately. The ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

Page Six-A THANKS OR THE LAS TI NG MEMORIES a gift of books and a check in the amount of $1000 was presented to Dr. Luis M. Morton Jr. Chancellor of Central Texas College by the Ft. Hood Of- ficers’ Club. The presentation was made A check in the amount of $1000 was presented Monday afternoon (Oct. 7) at Central Texas College (CTC) to Dr. Luis M. Morton Jr. Chancel- lor of the College by Mrs. Robert La Monte President of the Ft. Hood Officers’ Wives Club (OWC). Accepting the check on behalf of the college Dr. Mor- ton expressed appreciation for the “symbolic and substantial act.” He also expressed ap- preciation for the “partisan- ship existing between the military and civilian com- munities.” The money will be used to buy new for the A erican echno logical University (ATU) located on the campus of CTC. To date the book drive has acquired approximately 4000 books with many pledges coming in. Gifts and memorial funds have been received from interested persons. The drive is seeking an ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

Friday October 18 1974 Ms. Rose Thom pson Speaker wins top award Best Speaker Award at a recent meeting of the Friend- ship Toastm mistress Club was won by Mrs. Rose Thompson with her speech titled “Twen- th-Seventh Amendment.” ‘‘Top Secret” was the title of the speech presented by Mrs. Betty Thompson during the program able Topics on three cu rren new topics W ate rg ate a ty and sports was presented by Eva Gervis. The to a stm istre ss of the meeting was rs. Clara P. Holloway. Mrs. Sandra Cox as le te se co vice president. A joint meeting with the Twin wakes astm mistress Club was planned for Nov. 26th. embers of the Officers Wives and Noncommissioned Officers Wives Clubs of III Corps an t. Hood will ■^present 200 books to American lo ic a iv ersity *(ATU) in ceremonies at 10:45 »a.m today at Fiddlers Green XService Club. The re se ta tio of the books by the ladies of Ft. Hood co lu es a tw th ’s ro je in su rt of the «s«DATUM book drive and money £for the university library. Jim ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

Page Eight-A In June 1971 the Department of the Army was direc- ted by the President to develop a dynamic world-wide alcohol and drug abuse prevention and control program. The first effort was to identify soldiers leaving Viet Nam who were using herion and to detoxify them before their return to the continental United States for further treat- ment and rehabilitation. This program was rapidly ex- tended to identify treat and rehabilitate all service mem- bers dependent on drugs. There is reason to believe that escalating drug use in the United States is affecting members of the Armed For- ces or their families. To identify and assist individuals who may be involved with alcohol and drugs all mem- bers should know the symptons causes and effects of alcohol and other drug abuse. It is stressed that alcohol and drug abuse are symptoms of underlying problems of coping with life. Commanders and other units leaders must establish personal contact and communication with all members of the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

Friday October 18 1974 TREASURE HUNT The old saying “One an’s junk is another an’s treasure” certainly applies here as people from all over the Ft. Hood military com- munity come to the monthly flea market. The market is held the. first Saturday of every month at the Academic Drive Ser­ By Anita Ashbaugh On the first Saturday of every month the main floor of the Academic Drive Service Qub buzzes with the wheeling and dealing of people in search of a bargain. Not quite a rum- mage sale not quite an auc- tion the monthly flea market which is held here is a curious “bug” indeed. Upon entering the door of the service club this recurrent gathering of people scurrying between tables loaded with just odds and ends looks like a country fair. Everything from used books to toasters to “stil- l-new-looking” clothes can be found here. Or what about those plastic flower earrings that your mother wore when she was young? Now she groans when you come home from the flea market with a pair. (“You di...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

Page Ten-A 1 WAS REfbRTEP PEAP %d 3 ‘S jo f" In TUB BUTTLE OF CdlCKAMAU6 A TeNNS&S£Ex Mood's. worse from un er. A & WitH Mis ARM /M A lim bu tin S tfo (N TME RtCHT TM/SM ANP TMe sHffTlBREp AMP A putation WAs N ecessary Tkodfc For tw A tific ia l .C ta Moop bccn& Ra war.. ■fo 7M A beginning Motorcycle Rider’s Course will begin Oc- tober 23 from 7 to 9 at Centred Texas College. Monday and Wednesday classes will entail six hours of classroom training which in- cludes several professionally prepared films and in-class situation analysis problems as well as lectures and discus- sions. A series of skill developing exercises will be accomplished by students on motorcycles during Saturday sessions. Motorcycles will be furnished. Instructors will take students through the lab drills and will be present at all times during run-throughs. A minimum of four hours is required on the bikes. GOOD SERVICE.. Another reason why GE is America's major appliance value. id a AUTO FIRE TRUCK CO...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

Friday October 18 1974 READY FOR BUSINESS Members of the Houston Oilers’ defense talk over the next situation during a recent game. This Sunday the Oilers will host the un­ Early morning rains and the long holiday weekend made Ft. Hood Dragway’s race a lit- tle slow on spectators but fast on action as super-fast cars crowded the pits. Cars such as “Inch Worm” driven by Tom Masters of Wichita Falls Tx. helped make it a most exciting race. Super traction on the starting line of the new strip was good for some fantastic and breath taking wheelies. Modified Elim inator saw last week’s winners repeat themselves only in slightly dif- ferent rder. irs place Morgan breaks record When the Cowboys’ Dennis Vlorgan returned a punt 98 yards to score against the St. Louis Cardinals last Sunday he tied the NFL record. Morgan a rookie lOth-round draft choice from Western Il- linois now is in the book along- side Gil LeFebvre of Cincin- nati (98 yards vs. Brooklyn on Dec. 31933) and Charlie West of ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

Page Two-B Staubach in 1963. SPORTS Archie: the Heisman? By JERRY “PORKER” REED I vaguely remember the season finale for the Ohio ".State Buckeyes in 1955.1 was a mere lad at age two but I do recall it was that particular game that marked the end of a brilliant career Howard Casidy’s f. Let’s see now it was the Michigan game. Ohio State -was running the split-T option offense invented by Mis- "souri’s Dan Faurot. With a runner like Cassidy and a gifted quarterback named Dave Leggett there was no stopping it. History proved that the Buckeyes won 17-0. Cassidy a two-time All-American was dubbed “Hopalong” after the hero of the then current TV western series. I guess that’s why I remember him. I also recollect that “Hopalong” Cassidy was named the winner of both of the Maxwell and Heisman Trophy awards in ’55. In fact he was the last Heisman winner from OSU. I mentioned Cassidy was the last Heisman Trophy winner from Ohio State however there will be more. 'Why? Because this year the Bu...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

I Friday October 18 1974 •k Sentinel Sports Quiz The following is the Sentinel Sports Quiz involving questions concerning the World Series: 1.) In 1962 the New York Yankees defeated the San Francisco Giants four-games-to-three. Who was the win- ning pitcher for the Yankees in the seventh game? 2.) In the ’61 World Series the Yankees whipped the Cincinnati Reds four-games-to-one. Who was the only pitcher to win a game for the Reds? 3.) Who has hit the most runs in World Series play? 4.) Who holds the record for most runs scored and run- s-batted-in in World Series play? 5.) This pitcher had the most victories in World Series play. What is his name? 6.) Who played in the first World Series? 7.) Who is the only pitcher ever to pitch a perfect game in the World Series? 8.) In the second game of the ’65 World Series two lef- thanders faced each other on the mound. Who were they? 9.) Who hit the first home run of the ’65 World Series? 10.) When was the last four-game sweep of the World Se...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

f*age Four-B LIKE TO TWIRL???? The Dependent Youth Activities (DYA) has started baton in- struction classes on Tues. at the DYA Teen Club Bldg. 427 Academic Dr. There are two beginners classes 3:30 to 4 p.m. and 4 to 4:45 p.m. An ad- vanced beginner class is held from 4:45 to 5:30 p.m. and high intermediate class from 5:30 to 6:15 p.m. alson on Tues. All classes cost $1 per month for each participant. You may register now at the DYA Ad- in O ff ic ldg. 425 Academic Drive. For more information please Tcall 685-7114 or 685-6194. Fishing Contest The ecreation Services Outdoor Recreation Branch will hold its monthly Fishing Contest tommorrow beginning dt 6 a.m. and ending at 8 p.m. Registration will be held at the Belton Lakeside Recreation A re a is Registration must be made prior to participating in the contest and weigh-in must be completed by 8:30 p.m. Goodwin feted in ceremony “You really know how to welcome a ‘Tar Heel’ from North Carolina” quipped the 2nd Armd. iv.’s new As- sist...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

October 18 1974 Pork Chops Pork Loin. Assorted. I family Pack! Lb. ork Roast ork Spareribs ink Sausage ittle Sizzlers ot Links eef Sausage liced Bologna whipped Meat Shoulder Blade Boston Cut. Sem i-boneless -Lb. 79* 99* 79* &“79* 79* Small Sides. 3-Lbs. and Under. 1-Lb. Pkg. Pork. S afew ay Hormel Sausage exican S ausage Lb. S afew ay. afeway. Sliced. Beef Bologna ASpiced Olive AMacaroni & Cheese frekle-Pimiento Half & Half Lucerne Safew ay Special! $115 2-Lb Roll reakfast S ausage S afew ay. Large Size 1-Lb. ★Reg. or ★Thick Sliced Pkg. O S afew ay. Thin-Sliced Lunch Dips for Chips (kirn Tortillas Cheese Loaf Liicerne Yogurt 43* 3-oz. Pkg. Meat *43 Lucerne 12-Ct. Pkg Lucerne Breeze Im itation '/z-Pint arton Low Fat Everyday Lew Prices! Paper Towels Truly Fine. Absorbent! Paper Napkins jGreen Beans Liinch Bags french Bread 3 0 Skylark New Orleans 16-oz. Foil Wrapped Special! Loaf W ^F English Muffins dess me ns 24-Ct. Box rant a 1 —175-Ct. Rolli 22* 19* 60 Pkg. ala 16-oz...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

Page Six-B FHTV Mead my 21 October 8:00 Weather FH News 8:12 What's Happening 8:28 Care and Concern 8:45 Aviation Safety Officer 9:12 NOE Orientation 9:20 A Sense of Sharing 9:41 Pilot Vertigo 10:06 Transport Crash Safety Test 10:45 CH-47 Chinook Emergency Procedures 11:13 Chinook in the Recovery Role 12:00 Weather FH News 12:12 What's Happening Wednesday 23 October 12:28 Care and Concern 8:00 Weather FH News 1:45 EMC: Med Aspects of Cml Warfare 8:12 What's Happening 2:20 Point of Decision 8:45 500 Gal Collapsible Bag 2:45 Prevention of Cold Injuries 9:30 A Sense of Sharing 3:42 Protect Your Hearing 9:45 fntro to POL 3:57 Prevention of Hearing Loss 9:55 POL Safety 5:00 Weather FH News 10:45 Petro Tank Vehicle Operator 5:12 What’s Happening 11:12 Scrapers & Sand Traps 5:28 Care and Concern 12:00 Weather FH News 5:43 Sunshine Islands 12:12 What’s Happening 6:10 Silver for Your Protection 1:42 Military Courtesies & Customs 6:37 From Cow to Carton 2:06 Drill & Ceremonies 7:0...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

Friday October 18 1974 I A .k JEFFERY spent the last week on the West Coast taking in the sights and catching the first few games of the World Series. Returning from one of the games he spot- ted lovely Toni basking in the sun. Jeff couldn’t get that perfect picture of pulchritude out of his mind so he stopped to chat. Being a sports-minded girl she The Department of Defense and the U.S. Postal Service have announced 1974 Christ- mas mailing deadlines. Mailing deadlines to the U.S. from Army /Fleet post offices (APO/FPO) overseas are set by the area commanders. However in order for parcels to reach their destination by Christmas the mail must have arrived in a CONUS gateway city by the following dates: AIRMAIL Dec. 21 AIRMAIL PARCEL Dec. 17 FIRST CLASS LETTER Dec. 15 PARCEL AIRLIFT MAIL (PA ) ec. 11 SPACE AVAILABLE MAIL (SAM) Dec. 6. Mailing periods for parcels sent to military post offices within the 50 United States territories and possessions from areas within the U.S. will be th...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

Page Eight-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Lost & Found________017 LOST Wallet and Coin Purse with kevs ID Etc. REWARD Finder keep money in wallet (plus $15 CASH). Sp4 Shepard 1/68 ADA 1st Cav 685-8152 532-9520 634-9486 634- 0822. (10-18) BUSINESS SERVICES- Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 inch Portable with Built-in Antena. Rented bv the Day Week or Month. Come bv and Make Your Selection from Our Large Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. Killeen..........................................634-4742 _______________________________(tfn)_ Air Con. Heating 050 GEORGES AIR CONDITIONING -H EATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen _______________________________(tfn0_ Buildg. Contract. 056 Home Improvement Custom Built Homes No Job Too Large Or Too Small We Do It All HIGGINBOTHAMS HOME CENTER 2421 E. Hwy 190 Copperas Cove 547-7581 House Repairs_______058 For All Types Of Remodeling We Have Everything To Do It With HIGGINBOTHAM’S HOME CENTER Investments sta...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

Friday October 18 1974 SHIP AHOY!! The Terry Queen party boat is now available for charter at the Ft. Hood Belton Lakeside Resort. Weekend regular scheduled tours are available on a first come first serve basis. Tours cost from 50 S E E "A S a TH IVAR. A&AlN'ST CRIME HOW AIT students complete training Forty-nine Advanced In- dividual raining students from the 1st Bn. 92nd FA 2nd Armd. Div. completing eight weeks of rigorous training graduated in front of a packed audience at Palm er Theater especially. The new field artillery crewmen were addressed by DivArty com ander Col. Robert Schroeder who hailed the young cannoneers as highly successful with the method of a training. “Much of the jobs such as manning the vehicles and howitzers were done alone by th a said Schroeder. Major General Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. comman- der presented the diplomas making the AITs full fledged members of 1/92 FA batteries. Two outstanding features of the AIT training were announ- ced by Gen. Fa...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

Page Ten-B VA MEWS The astle Point N.Y. eterans A in istratio Hospital is attracting inter- national a tte tio as the “proving ground” for anew line of prosthetics “hardware” that gives totally paralyzed Vietnam veterans mobility never expected a decade ago. Devices developed by the VA Prosthetics Center in New York City and tested at Castle Point permit a quadriplegic paralyzed from the neck down to turn a television set or stereo on and off to elevate the hospital bed and answer the telephone. Also being tested at the hospital is a closed circuit TV device permitting a paralyzed veteran to monitor his front door see who is there speak with the visitor admit him or send him on his way. Also being tested is a van which by use of an arm and in it a wheelchair patient to lift him- self into the vehicle chair and all and place himself behind the wheel. The hospital first gained prominence in this field during the Vietnam War when 57 South Vietnam soldiers were flown there for spinal co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

VOL. 33 NO. 33 ill® IIP & 1:1 By DENYS B. FRITCH November 111918 at 11a.m. the hostilities ended. The Armistice had been signed. The war to end all wars had ended. As the news was flashed around the world spontaneous celebrations occurred. Parades parties rejoicing of all kinds took place. Never since has the world seen such joy as a major world conflict ended. The Armistice between the Allies and Germany was signed at 5 a.m. on Nov. 11 1918 in the Forest of Com- piegne. Six hours later all hostilities were at an end. A year later the United States England Canada and France celebrated the end of World War I. November 11th became Armistice Day in 1919 for the United States. The same date became Remembrance Day for citizens of Canada. Remembrance Sunday the closest Sunday to November 11th was the date of the celebration in England. Armistice Day was observed with parades non- denominational and sectarian religious services. At 11 a.m. two minutes of silence was observed. President...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Page Two-A SING ME A SONG And that’s what the members of the 2nd Armd. Div’s variety combo will do for official military and unit functions as well. Known as The Statesmen” the combo also plays on recruiting tours at high schools and shop­ S & Recently the new telephone directory numbers for Ft. Hood went into effect. On page four (IV) of the new telephone book are listings of personal assistance num- bers. The numbers are very cutely arranged so that the last four digits correspond with the letters on the died of the phone to spell out a word related to the function of Lie of- fice called. Post Finance is 685-BUCK Drug Abuse is DOPE Reenlistment is REUP and 27th Finance is coyly called PAID. And so on and on. Those who were either assigning numbers to phones or those in charge of dreaming up those cunning little acronyms I’m sure worked very hard. Inventing clever little words with meanings related to numbers called I’m sure was a taxing trying but a challenging and rewar- ding...

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