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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Friday O ctober 25 1974 Those making the daily trip through the heart of Central Texas include Lt. Col. Ronald W. etzger aj. Shirley Draper Maj. Jam es W. Mc- Farland and Spec. 5 Charles E. Mclnturff. & AND HERE’S THE SCRIPT Mr. French Ferguson explains the script to Spec. 5 Jam es J. Miller during taping of one of the self-instruction video tapes being developed as anew program for the 1st Cav. Div. Supply Management Office. 'it&y THING TRANSPORTATION Major James W. McFarland prepares his VW Thing for the daily return trip to Austin as Lt. Col. Ronald W. Metzger and Maj. Shirley Draper wait to get in. The men Last winter car pools were encouraged as away of to con- serve scarce gasoline supplies. More recently car pools have been recommended as a way to save scarce money. But no matter what happens in current events four mem- bers of MASSTER (Modem Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) are ready to speak up in favor of car pools anytime. The four are long range ...

Publication Title: Fort Hood Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Page Four-A Dear Editor: I would like to share with SENTINEL readers a heart- warming instance of close cooperation between Ft. Hood and surrounding civilian com- munities which restored hope to a family whose home and belongings were destroyed by fire. Late last Friday evening members of this young Cop- peras Cove family woke to find their mobile home filled with smoke. They barely had time to escape before the flames turned their many years of ef­ Trick or treat meandering around among the millions of homo sapiens that inhabit this Nation area group of sick demented people who go unpublicized and unnoticed with the exception of one day out of each year. It is this group and this day that this column will turn to this week. The day or night as it might be more properly at- tributed is Halloween the event linked to witches goblins ghosts supernatural occurences and black magic but ore popularly associated with the night that children young and old don their mystical disguises and tr...

Publication Title: Fort Hood Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Friday October 25 1974 THE AK ING S OF A STAR—CW3 during Robert Hawkins and the other pilots from Hawkins A Troop 7th Sqdn. 17th Cav received a Brenda movie stars welcom from the students at grabbed Fairview and Jewell Elementary Schools By Artis Two FIRST TEAM heljcop- ters recently underwent £ome tough unprogrammed testing as more than 1200 Copperas Cove youngsters clambered through the cockpits poking and prodding as only curious kids can. The explorers were students at Copperas Cove’s Fairview and Je ll E le ta ry Schools. The flying machines were provided by the 1st Cav. Chapel ceremony scheduled Army Chief of Chaplains (Maj. en.) erhardt W. Hyatt is visiting Fort Hood Oc- tober 24-26 to attend the dedication of the new 1st Cavalry Chapel known as the 58th Street Chapel today Oc- tober 25 at 11a.m. During his visit to Ft. Hood Chaplain Hyatt will attend the 1st Cav. Div. Monthly Prayer Breakfast before making the dedication address. General Hyatt will also visit the Commanding ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Page Six-A November climatology looksi good a Beginning this month and continuing as a monthly feature of the Ft. Hood Sen- tinel Det. 14 16th Weather Squad will be providing an ar- in climatology for the Ft. Hood area. This article will give a general re as to the weather expected in the up- coming month. As the winter season ap- proaches we will have progres- sively shorter daylight hours. By the end of Nov. we will have lost an additional 45 minutes of daylight. This decrease in sunlight leads to the further development of a Canadian high and with it frontal assa through Texas become more common. With the decrease in the amount of sunlight and the in- crease in the number of frontal passes Nov. will average about 10 degrees cooler than Oct. The mean monthly tem- perature for November is 59 degrees with a mean daily maximum of 68 degrees and a mean daily minimum of 49 degrees F. E xtrem tem- peratures for Nov. range from a high of 89 degrees to a low of 22 degrees F. Thus Nov. is ...

Publication Title: Fort Hood Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Friday October 25 1974 Brigader nears top in Arm The American tradition of “dreams becoming reality” or the possibility of one “rising from a log cabin to the White House” is alive and well. Making his own dreams a reality progressing from a farm laborer who didn’t com- plete high school to a graduate of a vocational school 27- year-old Fred Morris enlisted in the Army. Taking advan- tage of the Stripes for Skills program and the enlistment option of selecting a Station of Choice Texas-born Morris chose Ft. Hood. “I started out at the bottom of the hill” stated Morris remembering his early years when he quit school to find a job to help support the family. With abroad grin he con- tinued “but I ’m near the top now and proud of it.” Private First Class Morris assigned to the 13th Spt. Bde. is presently undergoing on- the-job-training (O JT) as an il- lustrator. When not assisting with the art work for the brigade newspaper he accom- panies reporters on assign- ments “to get a first-h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Page Eight-A ah.«w. .* Wr -M k'U I sp* "'¥*$&■ I CAN I CAN CAN-CAN These lively lasses (Mrs. Matthew Wojdak left and Mrs. Mike Case) will perform their can- can routine as one of the featured attrac- tions in Hodson’s Hideaway (Barcelona W KEEP ON KNITTIN’—Members of MAS- STER Wives are feverishly working on a variety of hand-fashioned goodies to be sold at the Bar-H-Roundup an evening of fun and entertainment for the sake of helping the less fortunate scheduled for Nov. 2 1974 at the Ft. Hood Officers’ our pRiVE CARE. Gals 116 A Cove Terrace Copperas Cove Open Mess. Shown working on a variety of items are (1 to Mrs. Fred Perrenot Mrs. Willie Lovett and Mrs. Gene Klaus. Can-can routines belly dancers and other live entertainment will also be featured during the evening sponsored by the Of- ficers’ Wives Club. Shop1 Long Skirts Shells Pants Shirt Jacs Coordinates Tops Catering Strictly to the Large and Extra Large Lady Sizes 36 & Up 208 N. 19th O 9 to 4 Gatesville Mon. Sat. H...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Friday October 2 5 1974 Bridge An annual em bership game will be sponsored by the Officers’ Wives Club Duplicate Bridge Group Friday Nov. 8th at the Ft. Hood Officers’ Club. Purpose of the special game is to bring more members into the American Contract Bridge League. As the director isn’t permitted to play partner- ships must be prearranged. Applications for the league will be accepted Nov. 8th. Recent winners in the north- south section of a Mitchell movement were Mrs. Calvin Kim and Mrs. Gerald Sutton first Mrs. Frank Brown and Mrs. John Mapes second and 2 AW BULL SID Hamco a Charolais- Angus Club Calf eyes cautiously the a in of humans that ha congregated in his corral. The only familiar face among the three is that of lyir. Sid Wieser of Wieser Mills in Lam- pasas. Mr. Wieser donated the “calf” to RLONDIE THE BLOND BOMBSHELL 4- Blondie (alias Mrs. Vance Shaffer) tjill dance her way into the hearts of all who attend the Bar-H-Roundup at the Ft. good Officers’ Open Mess and happe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Page Ten-A W BEFORE AND AFTER—The dismal con- ditions of LZ Phantom are now in the past to the troopers of the 7th Sqdn. 17th Dav. Recently the squadron received the green In the latter part of Sept. the troop commanders of the 7th Sqdn. 17th (Heavy) Cav received an eviction notice from squadron commander Lt. Col. Nathan Pulliam There were no tears sorrow or mental anguish that is nor- mally associated with an evic- tion notice but instead smiles and laughter. The troopers of the Heavy Cav were elated. They were finally leaving the dusty muddy hot in the summer and cold in the winter field of LZ Phantom for anew paved field and hangar home at Ft. Hood Army Airfield. LZ Phantom located on the west side of the reservation ap- proximately four miles north of Robert Gray Airfield was Discount tickets ready Special discount tickets are available to three Texas amusement park attractions within an easy weekend drive of Ft. Hood. Six Flags and Seven Seas are located in the Dallas area whil...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Friday October 25 1974 IS* Wvv' ^-•::'.V' !H‘f :VV':".■: V“.?fc *V- •THE BEAT GOES ON The beat of the hot Texas sun «the pounding of countless hammers the never ending sounds of a building site under construction all are ^reflected in this silhouette of a worker outlined in the I glass doors of the new commissary. Shoppers at the Ft. The ate ity of Christian octrine (CCD) classes slated for this Sunday I Oct. 27th will be suspended 'until after the long Veterans’ Day weekend. Classes will resume Sunday Nov. 3rd. Parents are reminded that ‘all who wish their children to Receive the Sacram ents of '•Penance Communion or Con- 'firm ation ust have their .children registered by Nov. ^3rd and attending classes ^regularly. In addition parents =who wish to attend mass at the Meadows School are urged to attend the 11 a.m second mass and are asked to wait ‘until the children are seated ‘before taking their places. Bus route number four Iwhich picks up children at Chaffee Village and West Ft. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Page Twelve-A Have you ever sat in a room with another person thought of a question or an obser- vation and that other person an sw ered unasked ■question or commented your Unspoken thought? Have you thought longlingly of a friend or loved one only to answer their knock at the door? Have you ever picked up a ringing phone knowing who was on the other end of the line eVen before your caller spoke? Have you ever had a dream come true or literally in the words of the song “Have you lever seen a dream walking?” If so the first experience could have been extra sensory perception (ESP) while the second could hav been materialization. The third is What parapsychologists call 'clairvoyance and the fourth is railed recognition. As for the last example that of ‘seeing things’ this is the nucleus of the whole question of ghosts. 1 Is there such a thing or not? Hie pros and cons go on en- d-1 1 a so meticulous an organization as the Army is not immune to a visitation. allucinations perhaps? Cou...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Friday October 25 1974 am Concern By KAREN PRATZ Our Community Health Nurses used to be called “Army Health Nurses”. They are truly “Community Nurses” because of their care and concern for the entire Ft. Hood community. The two who are now on duty here expect to be joined by a third nurse in early Dec. and a fourth in mid Jan. With these additions to the staff they will be better able to serve you. Winter weather will probably temporarily shut down “Health On Wheels” because the vehicle now in use an ambulance has insufficient space and warmth to be used as a “clinic” facility. Many Mobile Home Parks have no community center or other space available for the nurses to examine patients and conduct immunizations but the “Health on Wheels” program plans to continue periodic service to those parks which do. Temporarily discontinuing the program is a sad situation because of the 47000 dependents who live off post many are dependents of soldiers of El E4 rank and it is often very difficult...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Page Fourteen-A Cav PMO conducts seminar Crime Prevention Officers from throughout the 1st Cav. Div. were on hand October 16th for theirs Crime Prevention Seminar conducted by the Division Provost Mar- shal’s Office to establish a coordinated anti-crime effort throughout the division. ore th a 100 rim Prevention O fficers from division units attended the seminar and heard Provost a a in a I vestigation and Staff Judge Advocate rep resen tativ es speak on subjects ranging from common barracks lar- cenies to the new types of drugs which are being found in the command. Ac in to Captain Reginald E. Deal 1st Cav. Div. Crime Prevention Of- ficer “We wanted to find some way of passing information down the chain of command to the individual soldier. Many men did not know that they were violating regulations con- cerning parking transpor- tation of weapons and other areas. “Also we wanted to get in- formation on any new drugs which were being brought into the area and the places where they w...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Friday October 25 1974 Jones has room to worry By JERRY REED Sports Editor Willie Jones has quite a job ahead of him. The coach of the Ft. Hood basketball team has to use some instant measures to pump life into a talented but injury-prone team. There are basically three main reasons why Jones has room to worry about tonight’s season opener in San An- tonio against Ft. Sam Houston—Johnny Hayes Clifton Johnson and Eddie Brown. All three players are not ex- pected to see action because of major injuries. The talented trio has spent more time in the infirmary than on the basketball court during the last month. Brown a sharp-looking 6’6” forward-from Houston is suffering from a broken right finger Johnson is nursing an ankle injury and Hayes is expected to be out of the lineup until January with a broken collarbone. Despite key injuries Jones is confident that his club will be ready for tonight’s contest. “I said earlier this month that we would be ready to put the machine on the road. W...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Page Two-B By RANDY MURPHY He stands five feet eight in- ches tall ’s mean and almost invisible. He lurks in parking lots and empty hal- lways. He has lots of names but is most commonly called the Rip Off. He’s hitting hard and in lots of places like First Team gymnasiums. At the Cav gyms the Rip Off looks for people who fail to protect themselves against the Ripper’s tactics. People who show up at the gyms with too much money in one hand but not enough in the other. Like a (Q A E in change needed to use the locker system provide by the gyms while you tak out your MEN'S LOCKER rook 9 By RANDY MURPHY The ‘Battle of Lefties’ was held a week ago in Cav Coun- try Gym No. 2 as Robert Syn- der and Michael Witten met at center court shook hands and came out swining racquets. Synder and Witten were swinging fo th FIRST TEAM’S Singles Racquetball Tournament Championship that sta rte out with 62 raequeteers and was narrowed down to just these two lefties after two fast weeks of par- ticipatio...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

I Friday October 25 1974 5\ S ports Baylor: S ICC Champs? By JERRY “PORKER” REED If you take away the turtleneck sweaters wide lapels high platform shoes flared cuffs long hair and bushy mustaches you’d have the old conservative Baylor Bears. Right? Wrong! Bossman Grant Teaff and his team has gone Hol- lywood. These days them bruins are as purty on the field as they are off. Gosh dam they’re plum beautiful. This year Teaff’s mod-squad is tearing up the mod-sod with a tailor-made defense and a well-dressed offense. Moral of the story: “If the shoe fits wear it”. A year ago Baylor wgx only two games while losing nine. To say the least they weren’t too impressive. However three of those losses were determined by six points or less that’s no consolation though. Then came 1974: the anniversary year of the Bears’ last Southwest Conference Championship—the fiftieth anniversary. Nope it ain’t like the old days. You know the 30’s the 40’s the 50’s and the 60’s. It’s more like the good old da...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Page Four-B RECRUITING AS A TEAM Spec. 4 Albert Bozza never expected to recruit his wife ary Ann when he went to Penn- sylvania for six months of recruiting duty. After ary Ann completed basic training jat Ft. McClellan Ala. she joined her AN ARMY TEAM Pfc. ichard Corum and his wife Sherri (also a Pfc.) had a h$rd tim convincing the recruiting staff in New Mexico that they were husband and wife instead of brother and sister. “We ere the first husband-wife team BENEFITS BY THE PAIRS fc ’s Richard and S erri Corum agree that the benefits far outweigh the small problem when in the A rm as an enlisted couple. Sherri lau inly re late th a hen Richard finally arrived at Ft. Hood after his Advanced Individual Training (AIT) 4 YEAR a a 100% PARTS 1315 N. GRAY 634-6252 in O klahom a he had to go to the field the first week he as here. “But e’re both glad we enlisted and plan to take advan- tage of all the educational opportunities we can ” said ichard. (Photo by Ivan Foster) Ml 4 YEAR GUARAN...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Friday October 25 1974 Redeye missile packs a punch Any good field artillery unit can be left open to an air at- tack. The “Red Eye” missle system a heat seeking projec- tile designed to destroy or deter enemy aircraft plays an indispensable part in the defense of artillery weaponry. The 1st Bn 78th FA 2nd Armd. Div. centered their training recently on accuracy and proficiency of their “Red Eye” team. A team consisting of eight highly trained missile experts. The Operational Readiness Training Test (ORTT) was given by the 2nd Bn 5th ADA 2nd Armd. Div. who claim the “Red Eye” as part of their air defense arsenal. The 2/5 ADA crew tested the field artillery group in three phases of mis- sile execution. The first phase of the “Red Eye” probe was the written test portion. The men of the 1/78 FA special team went through a slew of a ministrative and maintenance checks to determine if they were ready to move out to a combat situation at any time. The air defense testing team checked the “...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Page Six-B The E nlisted Evaluation System (EES) benefits both the Army and the individual soldier. The E nlisted Efficiency Report (EER) Military Oc- cupational Speciality (MOS) Test and in some MOS’s a Performance Test are the basic elements of the EES the Army has greater flexibility and tuilization of enlisted per- sonnel. The EES also identifies higher quality soldiers deter- mines which soldiers are capable of handling greater responsibilities acts as an Army yardstick for measuring a soldier’s promotion poten- tial. It also measures his duty performance in comparison with his fellow soldiers in the same MOS and encourages the soldier to obtain higher per- sonal goals for future im- provement. The Department of Army (DA) uses MOS data to deter- in a ’s jo proficiency qualifications for prom otion ree listm t reclassification and retention eligibility all of which play an instrumental part to those who turn to the Army for a career. How does the system work? The EES is designed...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

I October 25 1974 I Pork & Beans Deodorant Soap wilson Chili altine Crackers Chunk una manned Biscuits Compare Those Safeway iaw lam Prices! Id Pal Dog Food VK Broccoli Spears Korn Sticks iChopped Onions Ituffed Potatoes Bel-air With Cheese. 12-oz. Bel-air Pkg. Everyday Low Pricesl Detergent ’arade. For All Your Wash! —49-ox. Box Ipic & Span I.O.S. Pads Ikim Milk •ie Filling Toothpaste Itra brite For Whiter Teeth! 53* 3-oz. 4 Tube Bel-air Aunt Jemima 7 9 Pet. Evaporated This week's featured item: Van Camp's. In Tomato Sauce! Safeway Big Buy! Praam foods for Quality and Convenience! 7-oz. Pkg. &-33* 4 Truly Fine. Bath Safeway Big Buy! Bar Plain. No Beans. Heat & Serve! Safeway Big Buy! Melrose. Crisp! 16-oz. Safeway Big Buy! Box Sea Trader. Light Meat Safeway Big Buy! SPtMIS! Mrs. Wright's -ASweet Milk or -^Buttermilk 10-Ct. Safeway Big Buy! Can For Cats Too! 15-ox. Safeway Big Buy! Can Orange Juice 1 8 Scotch Treat. Concentrate —6-ox. Can Bel-air Waffles Pumpkin Pie ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Page Eight-B E N E A E S E A I N MESQUITE TREE THE VILLAGE SMITHY STANDS—Looking very much like the down-to-earth philosopher that he is Forrest Gist stands framed in the door- way of his “Smithery”. To the left of the building are several mesquite trees that A MAN AND HIS CRAFT Forrest Gist works nights and weekends in his “Smithery” preparing for an up- coming one man art show. The show is slated for next year and will feature a wide variety of originals by Gist. Here he works on a metal sculpture for the show. Psht host 30 to 40 roosters and half a dozen hens. When asked about this apparent oversight Gist replied sagely The roosters aren’t too smart anywhay so they don’t know to complain and the hens just don’t.’’ Just to the north of busy bustling Interstate 35 between Belton and the state capital of Austin lies the sleepy little town of Salado Texas. Nestled in a bend of U.S. 81 the serene village boasts a population of 400 thrifty hard working solid citizens and a township whe...

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