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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Page Fourteen-A Equality in housing discussed “Concern for others” could well have been the theme of the Equal Housing Oppor- tunity Meeting last Tuesday conducted at a local motel’s conference room. It was apparent that the people present were concerned with the welfare and rights of others. “We’re gathered here today to educate ourselves and to help the little man who may not always be aware of his rights” stated Col. Peter C. Hains director Human Resources Development HI Corps and Ft. Hood. Harold Odom Dallas representative of Housing and Urban Developement (HUD) discussed the fair housing laws coordinating his discus- sion with a film titled “Coun- ciliation for Litigation.” The movie illustrates the action on a housing violation from com- plaint through investigation to solution. During his presentation Odom stated “There is a worldwide toll-free Hot Line for questions and informatin concerning housing. That num- ber is 800-424-8590.” Discussing the legal aspects of the fair ho...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Wednesday November 27 1974 15 YARP5... 4% M- i4 pse ull/AS&I sA T. 7 QUA9CTSK BACK. SOCKET? vi/mt & co a ch es. A O N THE FORT HOOD SENTINEL. FORT HOOD. TEXAS Impressions of well known sport by Stout ic A ja /e 4 4-Z-2^ 3 fvofbALL RE PLAY a well FeviEW/nL -fa fiN O 7/fe KeY PROBLEMS OR WRY TrisY ave lost em& zY a ram bs a from 7 f/e il fiHO 8 )R OP Tb PROVE ic oT ~TH' PROBLEM S on if& aY a ilm 9 MK-uP ON WtfAT PortN IT WAS. A dio ppo plb pLEAse ^TANP BY..* ~77jf£- iBNJP* Page One-B ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Page Two-B -CHEAPER THAN BEEF Lt. Col. »James P. Christenberry commander of I the 180th Trans. Bn. watches as his deer is weighed and measurements are taken. 'His 70-pound deer comes to about $.35 I per pound taking into consideration fees AGE WEIGHT SEX? Norman L. Dunbar and Pfc. Ben. F. Ashford record vital statistics of all deer kills for wildlife ^control during the Ft. Hood Annual The dramatic movie on off- road motorcycle riding “The ^Lonesome Pine Enduro” will be shown at the Fiddler’s Green Service Club at 7 p.m. Thursday Dec. 5. There is no admission \charge for the movie and /anyone interested in off-road motorcycle riding is invited to .‘attend. The movie will be part of •‘the weekly meeting of the Ft. I* Hood Dirt Riders Club which k»will be meeting regularly on /Thursday nights at the Fid- ^dler’s Green Service Club beginning Dec. 5. The Dirt Riders group is -‘sponsored by post Recreation '•Services and is open to anyone interested in the sport /an fun of off-road motor...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Wednesday November 27. 1974 mm ~K N a T_ •:. GOTCHA! Randy Stein (center) and Ivan oster (left) chase down a “Dolphin” receiver as the HHC defense held them scoreless with HHC dumping In New Orleans during the 19th century it was tradition during the a rly morning I hours while a ist oftentimes covered the ground to find I-tw ie in a disagreement by a duel to the death. The 2nd Armd. Div. was the I recent scene of a facsimile of 's a in ic eadquarters eadquarters Company (HHC) 2nd Armd. Div. fatally wounded “B” Co. 2nd Bn. 50th Inf. (Mech) I 18-0 in a Flag Football con- test marking the beginning of playoff a tio within the Division. The two team made their •.choice of weapons apparent early in the gam as defense became a key factor with both a rs a rie fen in each other behind the line of scrim- mage. The Iro Ivan “Rap” Foster and “Stonie” Burke stabbed their way to the heart of the “B Co. quar- terback repeatedly to stop the Men's Easy to Ride Single Speed No adgets To Fool With S...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Page Fotir-B I By JERRY “PORKER” REED By the time you read this column I’ll be getting ijeady to celebrate Thanksgiving somewhere between here and Chicago. Most likely in a roadside park. Despite a little inconvenience I’ll be most thankful to tye away from my usual daily routine. ►Without a doubt I won’t be the only sports-affiliated person counting my blessings tomorrow. Here’s some Examples. Don Meredith is thankful that he doesn’t have to spend another season in ABC’s Monday Night Football broadcast booth with Howard Cosell George Foreman should be thankful that he doesn’t have to face Muhammad Ali any time soon Garo Yepremian is thankful that the United States hasn’t tightened the im- migration laws Craig Morton is thankful that he’s riot a resident of Dallas Joe Namath is thankful that the Jets don’t run the wishbone Gary Davidson is thankful that he’s still got a football league George Allen should be thankful for social security Hank Aaron should be thankful for the designat...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Wednesday* November 27 1974 “Forewarned is forearmed” is a good motto for anyone. Realizing that a danger does exist is the first step toward protecting oneself. A woman alone or even a small group of women presents a potential target to any would-be as- sailan t. The chances of becoming a victim of rape have increased 42 per cent over 1972 figures for Bell and Coryell counties according to one law enforcement report. It is generally felt however that the crime of rape occurs at least three times as often as it is reported. Embarras- sment fear of reprisal the feeling that somehow the vic- tim herself will be held to blame together with unwil- lingness on the part of the vic- tim to undergo a public trial are all factors in unreported and unprosecuted rape cases. As is the case in many other areas Ft. Hood is not without a share of the problem. The incidence of reported cases of rape in Bell and Coryell coun- ties closely parallels the 1972 national average of 43 victims per 100000 ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Page Six-B Tankers shoot top in CONUS The “Top Gun” in the 2nd Armd. Div.’s “O.K. Corral” is a ton M60 A-l tank known in the 2nd. Bn. 66th Arm. motor pool simply as “C” 14. But to the men who make this tank outstanding it is called “Ole Knuckle Buster.” They speak of their tank with pride patience and yes even affection. For this is the vehicle that carried these men to the highest stateside tank gunnery score the Army has seen this year a whop- ping 2382 out of a possible 2400! Major James F. Gilmore Chief Master Gunner at the School of Armor Ft. Knox Ky. aid a to his knowledge This is the highest score to be achieved this year stateside for tank gunnery fire. I don’t know about in Europe but it seems unlikely. That’s a very high score.” The four men of this superior tank crew are Sfc. William J. White tank com- mander Sgt. Larry J. Sisco gunner Spec. 4 Randy G. Marcum driver and Pvt. Her- bert M. Snow loader. All agree that their outstanding score was a team effort. Tank com ande ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

November 27 1974. S' I! X-X^-X Stuffing Mix W rig f’s. alck ft Easy! linced Clams fGiblet Gravy '™*s£sr~ £-22* ICream of Mushroom £-20* [Canned Milk ja tm Evaporated (Marshmallows Cake Mixes Eagle Brand Milk $aro Syrup Pumpkin Pie Spice Pie Shells Ground Cinnamon Vanilla Extract lestles Morsels Baker's Coconut 3 9 4 •—7.5-os. Pkg. 0 Irown-in-Bag 51* ■round Sage £-54* [PoultrySeasoning £43* lUncle Ben's Rice ft te Label 86* W ild Pkg. 53* Soo ra Caa -13-os. Can a aft & 65* rs. W rig t's La yer Cako 14-es./ Ceadeased Can 16-ox. ttle rew 1.5-ex. olony Can Oatch Aee Fretee. 9 inch Stuffed Olives rew 1.375-ox. elee Caa Eoiprgss. Meesaelle I l-o*. re eleey ottle* 4-oz. Sem i-Sweet Pkg. A ngel Flake Pkg. Italian Dressing isi.46* Dill Pickle Chips r48* Spiced Onions 82* Hole* a Sweet Relish * £'52* SAVE Folger’s Coffee Folgers coffee iflmMMMftflyrSN V: "V -Multi 5-Grain Bread Flaky Gem Rolls Cream Cheese Fresh Butter pShower to Shower 'Johnson'* Daodorant 7.5-ox. 0 0 4 la Powdar Plastic...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Page Eight-B Club embers ride on The horse is still an exciting means of transportation just ask the 30 riders from Ft. Hood who recently completed a two- day trail ride across part of the military reservation. Early on a Saturday mor- ning the 30 riders six adult CAKE CUT-UP—Debbie Anderson vice president of the Ft. Hood 4-H Club Horse Project cuts the cake for evening dessert at the end of the first day of a two-day hor- seback trail ride. Miss Anderson was ac- companied on the trip by 29 other club members and sponsors on a 36-mile ride FINGER LICKIN’ GOOD—Lori Stone left daughter of Reedie Stone a civilian employee at MASSTER (Modem Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) shows her appreciation of a meal provided by Army cooks after the first day of a two- Equestrians take weekend jaunt sponsors and 24 members of the post’s 4-H Club Horse Project saddled up and moved out in the cold mor- ning air. Most of the riders are mem- bers of the post’s Hunt and Saddle Club and ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Wednesday November 27 1974 By CLEM HUGHES Providing plenty of good food for a soldier’s stomach is as important today as it was to Napoleon’s troops almost 200 years ago. And the challenge of providing the meals for today’s soldiers means that Army dining facilities have to do more than cook a lot of food in bulk. The emphasis today is on quality and variety. “Six years ago all you could find on the soldier’s table was one vegetable starch and meat” explained Sfc. Em- mett Hicks Dining Facility manager for the 163rd Military Intelligence (MI) Battallion at West Ft. Hood. “Those were the days when our modern dining facilities were called Mess Halls and the NCOIC was referred to as a Mess Sergeant. “Now things have changed and I carry the title of Dining Facility Manager. You can go into virtually any dining hall and discover a short order line of hamburger hot dogs and sandwiches and amain course offering two different selections.” Drawing on the experience of 13 years in the militar...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Page Ten-B A Wogs at-e beautiful and so /s America P/ease upporf~ H)e Bc-o/oa^ program As a military professional your career is all the collateral you need. For a minute let yourself think about the good life... imagine about the things you’re working for to ake it the good life. Now think about the idea that you may be able to have those things you want for the good life.. right away and within your present monthly budget. You see Aetna Finance has a new Good-Life-Now money lending plan. And it could provide you with hundreds or even thousands of dollars for the good life now but still within your present monthly budget. Find out how your career as an officer or NCO is all the collateral you need to enjoy the good life now. Ordors-To-Ga .699.6665 KTON PROGRAM SCHEDULE KTON AM 9 4 0 .....................................KTOM FM 106.3 Phone From Killeen-Fort Hood 634-0940 6:00 AM to 9:00 A.M.....................JAMES HARRISON 9:00 AM to 12 NOON ..........................CHUCK KELLY 1...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Wednesday November 27 1974 W I A I JEFFEREY jetted to sunny Las Vegas to spend the Thanksgiving holidays and encountered lovely Ms. Siv Aberg soaking up some rays at the Sahara Hotel poolside. Jeff plans to visit the beautiful casinos and show palaces in Vegas on Thanksgiving eve as a prelude to the holiday feast of traditional roast By KEREN PRATZ EYE CATCHER art Chances are good that there is at least one child on your Christmas list. Since toys contribute to every area of child development and are essential for the physical and mental health of a child you may decide to choose a toy as a gift. It is important that the toy you choose is a safe one. Be sure to check the age group for which the toy that you are considering is intended. It is essential to buy the right toy for the right child at the right time. Ask yourself if the toy would be safe for the age and size of child for whose gift you are shopping. Many children are hurt because they play with toys they are not ready for....

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Wednesday November 27 1974 Local AUSA receives top honors The Central Texas-Ft. Hood Chapter of the Association of fee United States Army was named recently as the top chapter in the nation for 1974. Presentation of the Council of Trustees Award for “Best Chapter Overall” was made in Washington during the 20th Annual Meeting of the as- sociation by its president J. W. Wodruff Jr. of Columbus Ga. Receiving the award was Tommy J. ills chapter president from Killeen. The Central Texas-Ft. Hood chapter with 4617 military and civilian members is the second largest in the nation. In 1973 the chapter won a special award for outstanding em bership accom plish- ments-______________ 'HACK'S Army A W western Wear 324 N. Gray a Ave. DOWNTOWN KILLEEN W western Hats PARATROOPER BOOTS Cowboy Boots LEVIS & WRANGLERS Flares A Regulars STA-RESS FATIGUES Children's Fatigues Military Supplies IF YOU LIKE TO E A 513 E. Rancier KILLEEN 634-3474 HOURS: Daily 10-7 Sat 10-6 Se. 1-0 Closed Thanksgiving D...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Page Fourteen-B Right on target for Christmas. These handsome sweaters area plus in any man’s wardrobe. Give him a few! BED PILLOWS $199 Extra Pillows Are Always Handy! warn O S I A in I N S I I O N A I O W IDCAL FOR FAMILY USE it Hoovy duly ACA. it Dow not Io rodlnacy aflnr npoolod working*. Bluu and hit* riripad licking. it ildnw proof norvollargic and it Completely othabl* without dud proof. moving content*. it Extract and tumblo dry. W ENTIRE STOCK OFF Gibson's Reg. Price MEN’S Blends S I S •Handsom Styles Flattering Colors •Polyester & Polyester •Assorted Sizes •V alues to $75.00 $A09fl •E a Wearing •S a rp Styles •Polyester •W id Range of Sizes •R $39.99 Value it 100% uralhano flakod team filling. it Full cul iiio 21" by 27" SPORT COATS Sweaters Make a Hit .»I'W 11 IVP All Sizes Wide Selection Of Styles & Colors Enliven Your Home Today A ll Polyester •V ario Styles & Colors •R a Of Sizes Reg. $44.99 cS & BEDSPREADS OFF FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD. TEXAS EN’S L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

VOL. 33 NO. 39 "V ■#T. IM fP lt iSS iS lllilfllisiS is FORT HOOD SENTINEL “PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD’* FORT HOOD TEXAS FRIDAY DECEMBER 6 1974 51 ‘Published by Community Enterprises Incorporated a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. Opinions expressed by writers herein arei their own and are not to be considered an official expression of the Department of the Army. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of the products or services advertised.” *$■ By JIM DAVIS "I can’t decide logically if I am a man of destiny or a lucky fool but I think I am destined...I feel that my daim to greatness hangs on an ability to lead and in- spire...I am a genius-I think 1 am.” Gen. George S. Patton-Nov. 31942 eneral George S. Patton Jr. has remained somewhat of an enigma to both historians and the general public. He has been characterized as being ‘‘The greatest general America ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

Page Two-A 2 J. A. LOWE “Warning: Material in the following program may prove offensive to certain members of the viewing audience. For this reason parents are advised to consider whether or not it should be viewed by members in the family who might be disturbed by it. With these words or phrases with different wording but similar meaning the television networks launch con- troversy. It seems that every time an "R” movie is to appear on television the controversy rages anew and the time-worn question is asked “TTiey’re gonna show that on television Admittedly it does seem incongruous. How can the same media that gave us “ring around the collar” present “Carnal Knowledge?” And you can bet that unless a picture resembles a Walt Disney line certain scenes of body and blood aren’t going to be seen in your home. The reason the networks iustify this editing is to make the picture “suitable for family viewing.” They never really say whose family. So when a ‘questionable’ movie is to be see...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

Friday December 6. 1974 .4 Ideas pay off in cash W A irs eam er recently received a check for $1380.00 as a reward for submitting a arter of a million dollar oney-saving suggestion to th A ’s tio program. a Sgt obert J. Haymon’s idea originated in O in a a he as statio ed with the Second Logistics Cmd. in April of 1971. The Army uses a model 1890 I at on a 5-ton Truck Tractor in the Southeast Asian area of operations and these trucks have a life expectancy of about 50000 miles or five years. The tracto in question had a common alady a cracked a Th am a as behind the fifth wheel and rather than sell it for salvage which would net about $750.00 MSG Haymon suggested a butt plate be bolted to the frame over the crack. The plate ex- tended about 4 feet and the original rivets in the frame were replaced with newer stronger bolts. The award win- ning suggestion was made in 1971 and has since become SOP for motor pools using the model 1890 tractor. This is not the first time that Haymon has...

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

Page Four-A Standing ovation extended to our lovely co-workers Since last week was Thanksgiving and next week is only two weeks short of Christmas (give or take a day) perhaps the time is at hand to pay homage to a gift that we as men should be thankful for all the year round. Without exposing our subject too soon perhaps we should also explain how this gift came into being. It seems that long ago even longer ago than sergeants major roamed the face of the earth the world was void and without form. To solve this problem God created the heaven and earth and placed upon it all manner of plants and animals. Still He was lonely. And so He created man in His own image. We cannot help but wonder how many times He has regretted that move. But getting back to the story God was perplexed at the apparent loneliness of man the sole inhabitant being Adam and decided to create woman. Ripping a rib from Adam God created Eve as a com- panion for the lonely. Now there are still some who con- tend t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

4 Friday December 6. 1974 Soldier beware! Ed. N te is a rtic le requested by Ft. Hood Safety Office How long does it take you to die after your speeding car smacks into a solid tree? Since there are millions of travelers around Christmas and NewYears and because most of them are not aware of how quickly one dies when his car crashes it should give them pause for thought to know th a it takes only seconds. Applied to soldier since many of us are taking leave over the holidays and driving Seventy-five per cent of Ft. Hood robberies occur just prior to or after paydays ac- cording to the III Corps Provost marsh al’s Crime Prevention Branch. In addition half the rob- beries occur between 4 p.m. and midnight with nearly 50 per cent of all robberies in- volving weapons. The use of weapons points out why vic- tims of nearly 30 per cent of all Ft. Hood robberies require medical treatment. Several suggestions have been prepared by the Crime Prevention Branch so that potential victims of robb...

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