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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

Friday Novem ber 15 197 4 CHANGE of* COMMAND (aid) Aw ard The 2nd Armd. Div. Division Troops Best Mess Award was presented for the fourth time this year to HHC 2nd Armd. Div. ie tea Colonel ale to N of th Division’s G-4 section made the presentation November 7 in the dining facility of HHC. The co an won the plaque after competition with four other units. The award is given each month to the unit with the highest score on their monthly inspection. In presenting the company with the plaque Lt. Col. Nock said “I note that it is a tie score between you and another unit. You’ll have to win it two times in a row to have it hang here permanently. But I know you can do it. I eat here almost every noon and the chow is good and you’re a good team th a t’s a inning com- bination. Congratulations.” Sergeant First Class Pedro Rodriquez the Dining Facility Manager and his crew of eight won the award previously in March July and Sept. of this year. In the past the team at HHC won the award six ou...

Publication Title: Fort Hood Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

Page Four-A **v /V V’. With inflation forcing itself into the slot as the most discussed subject in the world today (gaining in points over sex day after day) it is no small wonder that a pes- simistic attitude is creeping into the lives of one and all. Remember the great depression? Most of us weren’t around for it but we have read of it and sometimes won- der if it isn’t waiting around the corner to be rediscovered. If the stock market is expected to crash anytime soon we had better start figuring away to lift it up high enough to excavate it from its already sunken position. The commissary at Ft. Hood is starting to catch up with the rest of the world. Any moonshots planned in the near future will have to be canceled due to a price jam in the stratosphere that Howard Hughes couldn’t breakthrough. Antarctica could be the one place to go for cheap prices. After all the freeze has been in effect there for thousands (millions?) of years. Window shopping has even gone up. Merchants ha...

Publication Title: Fort Hood Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

riday November 15 1974 MWiMif sm mmm W lfJ'i RADAR SCRAMBLER The pile of hair-like particles shown here is actually chaff—tiny metallic or fiberglass strips. The chaff particles are being tested at MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) at Ft. Hood Texas to determine their effec- mmmmsmmmm isfeJ •Y £: '■I*' I IPi* S' lAW I ft* St m.-** $ CHAFF DROP To confuse radar and screen airborne aircraft an Army helicopter dispenses a load of chaff tiny metallic and fiberglass stips. The chaff is prac- tically invisible in the air and the smoke shown here is only used to determine wind patterns. Part of the chaff cm -nm 1 LOANS ade On A nything of Value! OPEN SUNDAY 12 Noon to 7 PM Mon. thru Sat. 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.i Every Day Low Prices TEXAS STATE PAWN SHOP 127 East Hwy. 190 On Tho Hill in HARKER HEIGHT* 699-9121 RULES: ^rW The Day of The Cat Is Here! TOMORROW 1. One winner per family. 2. Must have valid driver's license. 3. Throw Three darts. Must hit Bull's Eye ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

Page Six-A WELCOMED BY MASSTER WIVES iMrs. Stew art C. Meyer (left) wife of the 'iMASSTER a in ra l is jgreeted by a group of MASSTER wives in •a formal tea and reception at the West Ft. iHood O fficers Club recently. reeting A formal tea was held recen- tly at the West Ft. Hood Of- ficers’ Club by the MAS- STE ’S W wives group to welcome rs. Stew art C. Meyer wife of MASSTER’S commanding general to MAS- STER and Ft. Hood. Receiving guests with Mrs. are to Parents Without Partners 4vill hold their next scheduled program 7:30 p.m. Killeen Community Center Hwy. 190 Nov. 19. 6 “What Is PWP and How Can |t Help Me?” Newly organized Chapter has been organized locally. The officers are President Sharon Marshall wice president Evelyn Plant S ecretary olores Boyd treasurer Laverne Diebert jflirector of a & education arcus Cornell director of public information Herry Cremer and newsletter feditor Bobbie Noble. Director if adult and children’s ac- tivities is Sharon Scott direc- tor of em ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

Friday November 15 1974 r# 9 SUPPORTING ONE ANOTHER. Mem- bers from “A” and “D” Companies 62nd Engr. Bn. assist in clean-up operations after an 8th Engr. Bn.’s tough terrain crane tipped its load and over-turned. Oc- curing earlier this week on post the 1st Cav. Div. crane (center) over-turned while moving a superstructure end bay for a mobile assault bridge from one tran- sporter vehicle to another. Elements from Greetings and good tidings. This is Shotzee Rice sitting in for Wilfred ace reporter for the 13th Spt. Bde.’s “good tidings.” Re-Up The best of luck goes to Sergeant Major KinnardRoss Chief Operations Sergeant of S it a and Operations who just accom- plished his final reenlistment. Lieutenant Colonel Robert Eb- bole Ross’s battalion com- mander discharged him after over 24 years of service. Lieutenant Colonel James R. Groves reenlisted him for another five. Special guest at- tending the ceremony was Mrs. Clara Ross the sergeant major’s wife who came in from East Texas. Bak...

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

Page Eight-A Continued from Page One On a cold Sunday night in Germany with the stores closed and the sidewalks nearly deserted except for window shop- pers the men sought out the restaurants and taverns to sample the food and drink that is world renown. There was no “kicking up of heels’ merely tired men seeking a few hours respite from the long days of field duty. As the professional soldiers that they are the St Lo drivers tooled their 15 ton Armored Personnel Carriers around the sharp curves and along precipices down the narrow two lane roads. The rumbling steel monsters brought out the local populace to wave and smile at the Americans. The children particularly en- joyed the spectacle waving and flicking the V-sign at all the soldiers while their elders perhaps remembering other years and other steel columns stared at the long convoys. Having located and repaired any breaks snags or tears the men awaited the next movement that would take them to the MUAA. The night before the m...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

N -Friday November 15 1974 MEDDAC Wives The MEDDAC Wives Group ill meet for a Taste and Bake 3bn Wednesday Nov. 20 at 9:30 ■jLm. It will be held at the 1st rm Div. Chapel across Srom the Mini-Dome. This will !$Jbe the combined November *and December function. Those wives planning to at- tend are asked to bring their ^favorite recipe and two (2) ■tfyped or printed copies on in- IJpex cards. In case anyone 2wants a copy of their recipe •wives are asked to bring a pad 5r 10-15 index cards. Wives are J^sked to keep the baked goods to a the I^Rianksgiving and Christmas Jjhemes. Make sure they are on ^disposable containers cut and •ready to serve. Also make «£ure that baked good can be •eaten with fingers and does not Shave to be kept warm. Ladies are asked to make heir_ reservations before -noon Nov. 18. I 2L Please call one of the fol- lowing ladies for reservations: •Mrs. Gregory Boren (Ann) 2634-7664 Mrs. Ralph Bellizzi JJJMonique) 532-3977 Mrs. George Moss (Sheila) 547-3740 Mrs. Harr...

Publication Title: Fort Hood Sentinel, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

Page Ten-A C‘- XI iX s’- S V1 N "'V"'X' Replace the armadillos with kangaroos and Texas would be much like Australia accor- ding to onal E lphick a a a in th Australian Army who visited Ft. Hood last week. Landscape seminar scheduled Growing of indoor plants and tree selection and planting is to be presented a the Land- scape Seminar scheduled for Thursday November 21 7:30 p.m. at the Community Cen- ter in illeen. New home owners in the area can learn the tech iq of growing plants in Central Texas. Dr. William Welch Exten- sion Landscape Horticulturist is to provide information on the technique of growing in- door house plants. The selec- tion care and management of indoor plants is to be demon- strated. Mrs. E verett Meagher of Killeen is to share her ex- periences in growing indoor plants. Tree selection and tree plan- ting will be presented by Don Decker Bell County Extension Agent. He will discuss trees adapted to th area their growth ch aracteristics and planting techniques. Ca...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

I Friday November 15 1974 VW A UTTLE WIRE GOES A LONG WAY Staff Sergeant Cecil D. Tarpley “A” Co. 62nd Engr. Bn. explains the electrical fuse «system used for the detonations at Brookhaven Quarry to Col. Chris W. 'Stevens Commander of the 13th Spt. Bde. ■S'1' Vw'-' 1 .V S 'WHAT A BLAST Rocks and boulders come to rest following the explosions at ^Brookhaven Quarry by members of “A” Co. 62nd Eng. Bn. About 28-hundred 1/ pounds of dynamite was set off by 13th iSpt. Bde. Commander Col. Chris W. The t. Hood Combined ^Federal Campaign (CFC) has *been extended to December 6 to allow participants returning ifrom Reforger to give their .fair share. To date a total of $449386.08 •has been lle te This ^represents 150 per cent of the ^origianl goal of $300000 and ^exceeds the total money col- |lected last year by $83445.25. Money collected in the Ft. *Hood CFC will be used for all «of the services performed by Approved health welfare and •service agencies in the sur- wrounding com unities the R...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

Page Twelve-A SIS! JjP AND AWAY Specialist 5 Fred jWesley prepares to let it go and Spec. 5 \Joe Baskin holds onto the small self- -contained weather station. When the bal- loon goes up it will start sending signals to Uhe Ground Meterological Device (GMD). The six ’c lo news -weatherman smiles into the ‘camera and starts to give the docal forecast. He might say /that a low pressure area and a Tooling trend had overtaken .the area surrounding Bell 'county with the result of a 60 a of 'precipitation within the next 48 ■jiours if all elements remain stable. Translation: More rain for Ft. Hood. But this newscaster did not himself get out and measure a tltitu re re and a a In all probability he took his weather Information off the teletype and from a nearby branch of fhe National Weather Service. i* Even the weather service cannot measure every area icross the nation themselves And the a an are a jneasured the more inaccurate -the forecast can become. So fhe weather service depends £n a...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

Friday November 15 1974 A weekend or vacation house for the whole family. A retirement home away from the city. We dream of these get- away-from-it-all places in the mountains at the shore or in the country. Over the yeans many people try to save a little extra cash to buy apiece of land for that special dream house. For many persons however their savings buy disappoint- ments instead of dreams. Ac- cording to the Office of Inter- state Land Sales Registration in the Department of Housing and Urban Development “Thousands of people every week are being misled or cheated when buying lots for recreational retirement or in- vestment purposes.” Because it has heard so many consumer complaints about questionable sales prac- tices by land developers Congress passed the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act in 1968. If you ever intend to buy land promoted for recreational retirement or in- vestment purposes you will be interested in some provisions of the law. First virtually any land d...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

Page Fourteen-A BUS NUMBER ONE. ersh in Park STOPS LOCATION Who knows? It may not even be a boy. Plus in the ultimate separation late next year the brothers will be split and sent to separate schools. Both will study in the field of Or- thopedics with the intent to follow this field and gain more education when they get out. Are they looking forward to the trip looking forward to not being together bluntly put are they tired of each other? “No.” answered Rodney (Or Robert). “We really think it’s Open house set fo 1 7th First through third grades of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CCD) program will be holding an open house Sun- day Nov. 17th for parents. Parents are invited to attend the meeting in the Meadows School cafeteria at 11 a.m. first. A discussion of the program will be provided by the Catholic Director and Liz Clarke department super- visor. The program ’s cur- riculum and other matters will be discussed. Following the 11 a.m meeting parents are en- couraged to vi...

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

UP AND IN Tanker forward Eddie Brown (32) slips N between two defenders during a recent game with Berg- strom Air Force Base for an easy bucket. The Tankers won the game 107-86 and captured their fourth win in a row. Tomorrow at 1 p.m. at the Post Gym the Tankers By RANDY MURPHY Running isn’t everything for 11 Dwight Huggins 15th AG 1st Dwight Cavalry Division but it’s almost everything as he con- tinues to train for the 1976 Summer Olympic Games as a marathon runner. The 5-foot-9 harrier is assig- ned to the FIRST TEAM as a “running recruiter” and uses his assignment to train for the upcoming Olympics. I “I’ve been thinking about the Olympics ever since I star- ted running with my dad in my junior high days. I guess you could say it’s every young man’s dream he said. Huggins’ dream of running in the Olympics started in 1966 when he began running with his father covering four miles S S'M The summer before his junior year Huggins moved to Tulorosa N.M. By increasing his roadwork mile...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

Page Two-B e**Jackson S ports The Miracle Worker By Jerry “Poiker” Reed Oral Roberts doesn’t have anything on Grant Teaff. Example: He saved Emory Bellard’s life. It’s true most people expected to see Bellard’s name in the obituaries last Sunday morning. Yep he was expec- ted to become another sports milestone: Died: Emory Bellard 47 head football coach at Texas A&M of a heart break in Dallas. Inventor of the Wish- bone form ation successful high school coach at Ingleside Breckenridge and San Angelo. Served as linebacker and secondary coach at the University of Texas for five years. Became head coach at A&M in 1972. Thanks to Teaff that? didn’t happen. Nope wej haven’t lost Emory to his •y maker but one would have thought so last Saturday. ou SMUl Mustangs left his Aggies lying limp on the Cotton] .-Bowl’s mod-sod with am '18-14 defeat. It only took 45 minutes to I I-resurrect the talented coach. A radio was blaring in the A&M locker room I late Saturday afternoon but fe...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

Friday November 15 1974 TALKING IT OVER— -Houston running Lacks Fred Willis (44) Bob Gresham (33) and Bill Thomas (28) talk over some football during a recent game played in the Texas line coach R. M. Pat- terson says the Doug English he recruited four years ago out of Dallas Bryan Adams high school was “a lanky tall fel- low that ran hard and worked hard to get to the football. But Patterson had visions of much more. I thought some day he might be a 6-5 260 pound linem an ith tremendous potential” Patterson said of his 6-5 260 pound lineman. “He has developed tremendously.” What Patterson envisioned is what Texas has had in its defensive line for the past three varsity seasons. But the leadership qualities the all- A erican aid ate has shown in his career at the university are just as impor- tant a contribution. “He rates right in there with the most outstanding people you’d ever want to know” Texas head coach Darrell Royal said. “He is just one of the best people you’d ever hope t...

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

Page Four-B UCattle invade wiring range Ft*'» 1 P1 READY ON E IN E —Safety NCO Sgt. $pouglas S. McKay “A” Co. l/41st *2(Mech) Inf. (standing) assists gunner |*$pec. 4 Donald R. Quinton and assistant ^gunner Pvt. Don C. Morin as they ready *jft:heir gun for fire. Every man who fired -e v:0'0: I & %*A ~*IOME O E ON TH E RA N E—But *|jot on the Sugar Loaf machine gun range. CJ&Oien these cattle decided that the grass £*was greener in the line of fire a jeep was ^ispatched to round them up and show s|hem abetter way. It was all in a days Dancing glasses scheduled course in square dancing [^ill be offered by Central ••Jfexas College beginning £i£riday Nov. 15. The 20 week ^jfebng class will be held from 5*30 to 10 p.m. once a week. Square and round dancing Qfinll be taught by Paul Greer internationally experienced Square dance caller. Tuition £f§r this program will be only r$25- s£CTC Certificates of Award ^aftd square dance diplomas tjyill be presented to graduates ^fifom the co...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

Friday November 15 1974 S 9- tffdDIHlH ffi. 3 An co.“ tvfis t/e N Fe a issio a arueK Pr Hoop's struck CHANGE COMMAND A a For the fifth quarter in a row th N on-D ivisional Reenlistment Trophy for the Quarterly Competition found a home with the 13th Spt. Bde. In a mid-morning ceremony Wednesday Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. Commander of HI Corps and Ft. Hood presented the trophy to Master Sgt. Wil- liam B. Hixenbaugh senior brigade Reenlistment Career Counselor. •Following the presentation of this trophy for the 1st Quar- ter FY 75 endeavors the General also presented the seven battalion Reenlistment Counselors v$ith the Reenlist- a of Achievement for attaining over 100 per cent of their re-up objective during the quarter. Singled out for being the high scorer in the competition was Sfc. John Burtram 1st Pers. and Admin. Bn who scored Over 188 per cent of his goal. The eenlistm ent Coun- selors receiving Certificates were as follows: Sfc. John C. Burtram 1st Pers. and Admin. Bn. Sfc....

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

Page Six-B Movies “Everything you ever wan- ted to know about movies but were afraid to ask. Have you ever wondered where the Army gets their Motion Pictures? It’s thing called AAFMPS! which stands for Army Air Force Motion Picture Service. They supply all motion pic- tures for showing in Army and Air Force theaters throughout the world. Films of the United States a Distributors are available to the AAFMPS. Censorship is not practiced in the selection of motion pictures however purchase of films is confined to features that possess the best entertainment value. In practice most of the film re a of re a American companies are ob- tained for Army and Air Force theaters. oreign release distributed by the U.S. film companies which have good entertainment value are also purchased for AAFMPS. The AAFMPS does not remove clips or segments from any film prior to showing in military theaters. Film distributors on oc- casion shorten a film after in- itial release by removing unimportant footag...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

November 15 1974 r-' .1 I i. .... wined Milk angy Mustard able Salt omatoes Pillsbury Flour Enriched. All Pnrpose Safeway Special! I Im UP- Kraft Whipped Promotion boards exercise caution in making judgements PttClS SPIC I A IS! pork & Beans 9fi4 Liquid Bleach W House. -16-ox. Con White Magic. Disinfects!—Vz-Gal. la tic 13-os. Lncerne. Evaporated Can 9-ex. Town Hense Jar Crown Colony 10-os. Gardenside. For Stews! Can English Muffins 9Q Mrs. Wrfaht's ia-o«.» Saf eway Special I W W Lucerne Yogurt Corn Tortillas Chicken Salad ie in Listerine Mouthwash. Safeway Special! am Cheese sssr «^jq4 Dutch Treat & .......... 25-C t.Pkg.599 te ............................. 25-C t.Pkg.899 ................................ 50-Ct. Pkg. $1.08 ihge Juice riesd Froxan Concentrate. JL •Di Florida 12-os. Can O 14-ox. BotHa Party Snacks *Hmi«nto Jonlon 2 ■WBecon/Horseredish Tin Low Fat. Rich in Protein! Safeway Special! —8-ox. Ctn. lucerne Pkg. 23 Lucerne Ctn. Ben Gay Cotton Swabs QOf Johnson & ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 November 1974

Page Eight-B CRAFTSMANSHIP Following plans diminished to scale Sfc. Gary Guilloray puts a lacquer finish on his small rubber band powered aircraft. The small World War II duplicate is broken down into Specialist Four Robert L. Moore a Ft. Bliss soldier was named Distinguished Honor Graduate during graduation ceremonies of the III Corps NOO Academy Friday Nov. 8th. As Distinguished Honor Graduate Spec. 4 Moore received a Cavalry Saber a special diploma and a one year free membership with the Cen- tral Texas-Ft. Hood Chapter of the Association of the United States Army. He is a member of HQ and HQ Trp 3rd Sqdn. 3rd Armd. Cav. Reg. at Ft. Bliss Texas. Further distinguishing him- self Spec. 4 Moore achieved the highest grade in the leader- ship area of the academy’s program. As the class’ top leadership rad ate he received a special trophy. Other honor graduates from the academy’s class included three soldiers from the 1st Cav. Div. two persons from Ft. Bliss units and one soldier from ...

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