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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

Friday November 8. 1974 1st Division Artillery Officers’ wives of Hqs. Div. Arty met recently for their monthly coffee at the home of Mrs. Andrew McVeigh. rs. Jo S. rosby welcomed newcomers Mrs. Thomas Murphy and Mrs. George aw kins. Special guests ere rs. Bertha Brown mother of Mrs. John Piper and Mrs. Gladys Pitt- man mother-in-law of Mrs. John Pittman. rin th in meeting Christm as bazaar projects were displayed and several upcoming events were discussed. In November a salad lun- cheon will be held in the home of Mrs. Pittman. 1st Battalion 68th ADA Alpha Battery of l/68th ADA Brigade offspring under 10 plus all those who still believe in Santa Claus” will meet the bearded gentleman face to face at the annual 13th Spt. Bde. Children’s Christmas party scheduled for Dec. 15 2 to 5 p.m. at the brigade gym The party in plenty of time to give Santa a few suggestions for what to leave under the tree is sponsored by the brigade Officers’ Wives Club. A bake sale will be held Nov. 15 and 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

Page Eiglit-A ESCORTING THE WINNERS Spec. 4 Wister Gary (left) and Spec. 4 Steve Blower found themselves •working more in Washington than they’d expected. The color bearers of the 1st Cav. Div’s Horse Cavalry Platoon the two men served to escort the winners of the key International events each night for the formal presentations. In each case the colors of the United States were brought forward accompanied by the colors of the nation whose horse and rider won that par- ticular award. Blower is carrying the colors of the Federal epublic of erm any a fte the horse “Rasputin” turned in a stunning victory Saturday night to capture the $2000 International-Open Jumper com- petition. A SABER ON TARGET Cpt. Tom Hill platoon leader for the Horse Cavalry Platoon scores a perfect thrust through a sandbag target at the Washington Inter- national Horse Show last week. Hill’s thrust was one of many flawless strikes by the horse troopers during the eight-day PREPARES HIS MOUNT Spec. 4 Wister Gary a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

Friday. November 8. 1974 THIS IS A E O I N THE NUMBER You HAVE I A E IS N A Wo in $ I k- & if S A A N S I E A N EVERYTHING NICE” What better way to describe all the “goodies” the of- ficers wives of 2d Bn. 5th ADA 2nd Armd. Div. baked and sold at their recent Last Monday a dreary and misty morning at Ft. Hood everything seemed to be “still and quiet” No one would think that on such a morning as that there were brownies cookies sweet potato pies ch eesecak es fudge chocolate cakes cream puffs and much ore of the “sugar and spice” things of A .... laiifc- Bake sale goes well for wives life sta sh away in a motor pool. If you didn’t know the of- ficers wives 2d Bn. 5th ADA 2nd Armd. Div. were having a bake sale you wouldn’t have thought it was possible on a dismal morning as that but as soon as you cam within a block of the area you were convinced th a th re was MOS info available Do you have an MOS test coming up? Is your reenlist- mentor promotion riding on it? How can you bone u...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

Page Ten-A Brothers united in 1 CD .Keeping it in the family two brothers from Ligonier Pa. began their first day with the 1st Cav. Div. last Friday. -Byron and Gordon Stahl wjere talking to the Army recruiter in Latrobe Pa. when Lt. Col. Thomas L. Mul- len Jr. walked into the office and began telling the two men about the 1st Cav. Div. and the 1st (Ironhorse) Bde. of which hjs unit the 1st Bn. (Blue Lan- pers) 12th Cav is a part. ‘The brothers joined up and have been assigned to HHC 2nd Bn. 5th Cav where they ill be in as tank crewmen. 'The Cav’s newest soldiers credit their father a platoon sergeant in the Pennsylvania National Guard and their sister a Spec. 5 in the Regular Army with influencing their decision to join the Army. Both Byron and Gordon spent their first day in the Cav getting acquainted with the eq ip en th ill be working ith and being welcomed to the 1st Bde. by its commander Col. Richard D. Lawrence. The brothers seemed stun- ned by all the attention they were rec...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

Friday. November 8. 1974 Tde Mo in (Se JoH/v Q. Ho MttST lig uniforms changing Army flight crews are due for a change in wardrobe. The joint services have approved a new fire retardant fabric to replace the Nomex material now used in flight apparel. The new fabric is labeled HT-4 by DuPont scientists. In tests at Natick Laboratories Natick Mass. HT-4 proved superior to Nomex. HT-4 gives twice as much protection against intense heat and open flames of an emergency situation. The new fabric looks better and is more comfor- table. The improvements of HT-4 come at no extra cost. Production and distribution of the HT-4 flight uniform is to be on a joint service basis for the Arm y A ir Force and Navy. The new clothing is ex- pected in the supply system within 18 months. Army flight crews use Nomex uniforms until then. The Army also has adopted new a a to re ’s jackets. The jackets increase protection against flash fires and increase safety and com- fort. The jackets one light- weight and...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

Page Twelve-A First Cav chapel dedicated recently The 58th Street Chapel the newest chapel in the 1st Cav. Div. are a was officially dedicated Friday Oct. 25 in a ceremonies at the chapel. Attending the dedication a in General III Corps and Ft. Hood Maj. Gen. Robert M. Shoemaker 1st Cav. Div. com- mander Chaplain (Maj. Gen.) Gerhardt W. yatt Army Chief of Chaplains and speaker for the occasion Ft. Hood and 1st Cav. Div. Chaplains and other dignitaries from Ft. Hood and the surrounding community. In accepting the ceremonial key to the chapel from Lt. Col. Charles J. Tracy of the Fort Worth District Engineer’s Of- fice Lt. Gen. Burdett offered a "sincere ray er that this chapel will forever be a place where spirit strength and moral courage may be found and nurtured." Lt. Gen. then presented the key to Maj. Gen. Shoemaker who accepted in behalf of the 1st Cav. Div. I Chapel Call was sounded by a trumpeter from the Div. Band. Accompanied by proces- sional music provided by the 1st Cav....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

Friday November 8 1974 :I L^/V'T w&mtWwWi &/ v:^ Tankers becomes official label By JERRY REED SPORTS EDITOR Like the musical group the Bachman-Turner- Overdrive the Ft. Hood basketball team has been “taking care of business and working overtime.” It all started last Friday night at the Post Gym. The first order of business—revenge an early season loss to Ft. Sam Houston. They did that winning 117-93 and doubled their pleasure with an impressive 118-107 vic- tory the following afternoon. Once the initial venture was completed the cagers con- tinued to transact more business on the court in the form of two more triumphs over Bergstrom Air Force Base in Austin Sunday and Monday. While the team was taking care of affairs on the road the officials at Ft. Hood were working on it’s own business—renaming the team. The squad expressed a desire to be labeled the Panthers but traditionally the post team has been named the Tankers. According to of- ficials that’s what they’ll continue t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

Page TVo-B 3 9 i'* -W ..** w$... mem W W 3\ -'..rtNtf: i*jv 4p COME THIS WAY Jim Hartman (10) Texas A&M’s right halfback gets behind some good blocking for some good yar- dage in the Arkansas game last Saturday. The Aggies won the contest 20-10 and are By RICHARD LAMANGE Tommy Dodds has never played organized football. Ac- cording to his coaches he was always too light and too small to make the team. Someone must have forgotten to tell Dodds he couldn’t make it as he has been the instigator in 18 touchdown plays and the 502nd Replacement Co. 2nd Armd Division’s 6-0 record in Flag Football play. The 502nd kept a perfect record alive as they plunged “C” Co. 1st Bn. 67th Arm. into a 27-6 drowning making them top contenders in League III action. The first score during the one hour contest came on a 42 yard snatch by versatile Alonzo Jones on along lobby Dodds to put the first six points on the board by the 502nd. Jesus Torez happened into the end zone as a Dodds spiral found his han...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

Page Three-B To obert icconetti and Jake Hess both of Hq. and “A” CO. 48th Med. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. football enables them to participate in a sport they love while a the sam tim in en erg ies to th ependent Youth A ctivities. I1© Sports Norm: a fallen Falcon By JERRY “PORKER” REED It was last Tuesday night I was just sitting there slowly working on a Dr Pepper and nibbling on a Mor- ton’s Chicken Dinner. Howard K. Smith and Harry Reasoner were keeping me company updating the results of the elections. Early returns indicated an apparent upset in a par- ticularly interesting race in Georgia the race involving Norm Van Brocklin. He'was the incumbent who was trying to retain his head coaching job with the Atlanta Falcons. His opponent Marion Campbell. With all the precincts reporting Campbell appeared a clear winner but frankly it was really no surprise. You see Van Brocklin a star quarterback during his playing days with the Los Angeles Rams and Philadelphia Eagles had been under intens...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

a r-B I I Open house held for area retirees Termed an outstanding suc- cess the Ft. Hood Retiree ■Open a a ^proximately 1200 retirees widows and dependents visit !Ft. Hood during the day long activities hosted by Lt. Gen. !Allen M. urdett Jr. Ill Corps & Ft. Hood commander. The morning activities began at 9 a.m. in Theater No. 1 with a musical prelude by the 1st Cav. Div. Band which was •w arm lyre iv by the audience. I Follow ing the musical .presentation the crowd was greeted by Gen. Burdett. The two featured guest 1 speakers for the morning were ISgt. Maj. (ret) Darrell L. |Peterson Chairman of the Enlisted Retiree Council for |the Army Chief of Staff and *Gen. (ret) ran Thomas Mildren Chairman of the Of- ficer Retiree Council for the Army Chief of Staff. They discussed their respective councils missions their past accomplishments and future goals. The afternoon County Fair counseling activities were well received. A reas receiving especially high interest were— FIRST UNITED ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

Friday Novem ber 8. 1974 HOW graduates receive honors Four men within Division Artillery 2nd.A rm d. Div. recently graduated from their respective Service schools with high honors. All courses were in addition to their Military Occupation Specialty (MOS). Sergeant Tommy Simmons “B” Btry 1st Bn 14th FA returned from Ft. Gordon Ga. where he spent 12 weeks in the Non Commissioned Of- ficers E catio System (NCOES) course. Achieving a score of 95.68 Simmons was second out of a group of 52 students. Besides his current duty position as a Com- munications Chief related MOS subjects he studied were Wire Chief Cable Splicing Tower O perations Switch- board Operations Patch Panel and Field Cable Construction. “I believe that at one time or another in my Army career I’ll use all of the MOS related subjects I as ta t” remarked Simmons. In afield that requires top security and an intensive re a in vestigation Sgt. Thaddeus Hill “A” Btry 1st Bn 92nd FA recently graduated from the 8-inch Howitzer ...

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

Page Six-B zkcbs Pool and Ping Pong Attention all Pool and Ping Pong Players! All Recreation Centers will be hosting pool tournaments every Monday night and ping pong torn a ts every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The tour- nam ents are open to all military and their guests. Prizes will be given so come on out and see if you can play as well as you can talk. For more information call Academic Drive Recreation Center at 685-4142 Fiddlers’ Green Recreation Center at 685-5690 or the Recreation Cen- ters Director at 685-5405. Christmas Cards Christmas is coming and Ft. Hood official Christmas cards are now on sale at the Depen- dent Youth Activities (DYA) Admin office Bldg. 425 on Acadmic Dr. The cards are .15 cents each with envelope or 25 cards for $3. All proceeds of the sale go to help DYA. Get your cards in the mail early this year and the supply is limited so first come first served. For further information call 532-4645. Tennis Lessons Tennis lessons are now available at the Main PX Ten- n...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

1 4 November 8 1974 LUCERNE INSTANT Breakfast Mix With Milk! Safeway Special! 58 6-Env. Pkg. KITCHEN CRAFT Corn Meal ★White or ★Yellow Safeway Special! S A CHOICE 2 Chuck Roast Bib Steaks Boneless Brisket i#5r Safeway Bacon ArmourBacon ‘7 Cracker Barrel Stick Cheese— 10-ox. Pkg. 97# ★Sharp $1.18 ★Extra Sharp $1.19 i*M ild ★Mallow 99# Small End. USDA Choice rade Heavy Beef —Lb. *111 Whole. USDA Choice S 19 Heavy Beef Slob. Rlndltii —Lb. Heavy Beef —Lb. A rade Heavy Beef Boneless. USDA Choice IK Round Tip Roast top Round Steak ’I48 Heavy Beef mBreakfast Favorite/ Sliced Bacon (Mfc Weight Watcher Dinner ★flounder uncheon......................8-ox. Pkg. 87# Turbot Luncheon.........................9.5-ox. Pkg. 89# IW rlw in r..............................16-ox. Pkg. $1.69 ★Sirloin in r..............................16-ox. Pkg. $1.69 'freshly Ground. Flavorful! —Lb. I Assorted. Family Pack —Lb. O WHITE MAGIC Detergent Liquid. For Dishes! Safeway Special! 48 22-oz. Plastic SAFEWAY BRAND Too...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

Page Eight-B N a iv 11 November 8:00 W weather FH News 8:12 Whal’sH appening 8:45 Article 15 9:10 Burglary in the arrack 9:41 AWOL 10:04 AWOL-A W ay of Losing 10:43 Honorably th Beneficial Way 11:01 Leadership: orrectional Custody 12:00 Weather FH News 12:12 W hat’s Happening 1:45 105mm Gun ank M60 Intro 2:03 106mm Gun TankMG0 Safety 2:45 Intro to Vehicle M114A1 3:00 Intro to Vehicle M113A1 3:42 isassyA Assy of the MOO 4:30 W weather FH News 4:42 W hat’s Happening Twmday 12 November 8:00 W weather FH News 8:12 What’s Happening 8:45 5000 Gal anker rk (M49C) Filter Opr 9:01 Sampling Bulk POL Products 9:45 measuring Bulk POL Products 10:45 Fuel System Supply Point 12:00 W weather FH News 12:12 W hat’s Happening 1:45 Up ill-D ow Pill 2:09 Role of NCO in rug Abuse Prev/Con- tTOl 2:45 The erfect Drug 3:45 Problem of A phetam ine Abuse 4:02 The Alcoholic Behind the Wheel 4:30 W eather-F News 4:42 What’s Happening I SOVIET ARMS DISPLAYED In ad- dition to models of Soviet military"equip- men...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

Friday. November 8. 1974 JEFFERY traveled home to Las Vegas Tuesday in order to cast his ballot for his favorite candidate. On his way to the polls he snapped his shutter on the gorgeous Ms. Siv Aberg who was lounging at poolside. Jeff thought she should be on a winning ticket so he wrote her name on CHINOOK BRIEFING Pilot CW3 David L. Helton (center) stands ready to answer any questions about the CH-47 Chinook which the 30 ROTC cadets here from St. Mary’s University San Antonio Texas WAR GAMES Strategy & Tactics Contest On Saturdays 415 E. Ave. 634-4956 547 -2 23 3 SHOWING PICK OF HITS ONLY! might have. The cadets spent three days here at Ft. Hood getting something a clas- sroom couldn’t give them...realism. (U.S. Army Photo by Jim Rose) WWW A Open Weeknights 4:30 PM Sat. ft Sun. 1:00 PM After visiting the museums the cadets were trucked out ot the Post Oak DF (direct firing) Range where they were briefed on the M109 Al-155 mil- limeter howitzer its firing capabilities and its ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

Page Ten-B BUSINESS SERVICES Radio TV Service__ 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 inch ortable with Built-in Antena. Rented by the Day Week or Month. Come by and Make Your S election from O ur arg Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. Killeen....................................... 634-4742 _____________________________ (tfnO Air Con. Heating 050 GEORGES AIR CONDITIONING -H EATIN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Buildg. Contract. 056 Home Improvement Custom Built Homes No Job Too Large Or Too Small We Do It All HIGGINBOTHAM’S HOME CENTER 2421 E. Hwy 190 Copperas Cove 547-7581 House Repairs 058 ESTATE AUCTION Sat. Nov. 910:00 AM 324 Main Street Gatesville The Alice Ryan Estate to be sold at public auction. Including: 6-piece bird's eve maple bedroom suite 3-piece bedroom suite old rockers 4 matching rabbit ear chairs 9-piece dining room suite sofa and 2 chairs picture frames dated 1905 Germ an beer steins porcelain dog with bird figurine lots of glassw ar...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

a E art GLEN E. FESS OH SUGAR! ARE YOU SURE YOU’RE GOOD FOR ME? Last year the 210 million stomachs in America has an average of 101 pounds of refined sugar pumped into them. We shoveled this high pile of sweetness into our bellies because of either conscious addiction or uncon- scious habit. We are so driven to consume sugar that it is easily our national food. In total poundage we take in more of it than fresh vegetables or fresh fruit. If refined sugar is added to the consumption of corn syrup and sugar 22 pounds our sweet tooth chomps on more sugar than even our beloved meat (beef totals 113 pounds) and potatoes (122 pounds). Except for the sugar industry and its sweet-talking ad agencies there is hardly anyone who sees any important value in sugar. What they do see in the product is the bit- ter reality that excessive consumption is a potential health eanace that can lead to any number of degenerative diseases from obvious ones like obesity and rotting teeth to the old favorites...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 November 1974

Page Twelve-B mill 1 A A 1 9 8MHN8MI vhmi ii 1#*(6 in ntf 1 *X 4» X'w A sSssSi *$*_ *&* Mrs. Vera Coles whose husband’s a tanker likes the Army. And likes to talk about it. “Charlie wasn’t in the Army when we first got married. But after awhile we decided to give Army life a try. “One of his reasons for joining and for reenlisting is college. He says that although it might take a little longer in the Army it’s easier and a whole lot cheaper. “The medical benefits are important to us too. Our bills would have been impossible as civilians. Plus the doctors have been outstanding. You know they don’t treat you like you’re just another case. “But basically we’re staying in because we’re happy here as a family. And I think that’s the best reason of all’.’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS "The Army’s been good to this Army wife” lljft if ii"V & S & Hi .:«■• *• s.4 .-■ - v" '«“ •.«■■■■' v?\ 44 tX 4 *y O -X Today’s Army gets better esery time a good randy reenlists HU 4*V" MMl ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

*OL. 33 NO. 36 4 a DEEP IN THE GREEN FOREST OF GERMANY The 2nd (ST LO) Brigade TOC (Tactical Operations Center) is set up during exercise ‘Certain Pledge’ held last month in Germany. In order not to ruin the land for future use great care The Air Force C-141 Starlifter sat on the runway glistening in the early afternoon sunlight waiting for the 94 men and their luggage. Soon they would be coming from the customs inspection to board and begin the 15 hour journey to Germany Reforger VI and exercise ‘Certain Pledge.’ The 2nd (St Lo) Bde. 2nd Armd. Div. soldier’s day began early with a manifest call at 7 a.m. with an even earlier waking time. Bound in their field gear they awaited the deuce and a-halfs for the ride to Robert Gray Army Airfield and their plane. Last minute calls were being made a fast haircut clipped any remaining long hairs and conversations began dying as the clock ran down the remaining minutes till flight time. E ery bod out single file in alphabetical order.” Sporad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

Page Two-A 0 3 Hugh Statum Ford Presents *75 Granada Elegance in a new efficient size. *3696 Christmas spending questioned & R. J. KWASNIEWSKI It’s curious that at no other time during the year do so many worry about so much for so short a time. I am referring to the cliche ridden period approaching known laughingly as the “holiday Season.” “Holiday implying a period of carefree relaxation with the prospect of exchanging gifts with loved ones and visiting close friends and relatives. No lurking thoughts of work nor the brake on spending money during this festive period. The merchants filling their stores with “On sale” wares the constant nagging to ‘buy now or put it ‘on lay-away. But it is during this “season” that more robberies muggings murders and accidents take place than any part of the year. The rush to be happy is often made at the expense of some other poor soul who didn’t get out of the way fast enough. The glossing over of the ever prevalent poverty of segments of our...

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