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

Page Six-A BOXBOY? SP5 Marvin D. Williams of Co. 62nd Engr. Bn. assists brigade wives in distributing food baskets to 28 families in the 13th Spt. Bde. The wives bought the E IN TH E STRAW? Mrs. Chris !w. Stevens wife of the 13th Spt. Bde. Cmdr. assists in the distribution of food to 28 families in the brigade. The food was The Protestant Women of the Chapel of Ft. Hood will meet Friday Dec. 13 for a Christmas Coffee beginning at 9:30 a.m. and centered around the theme “Creating a Christ- Centered Christmas.” The members of the group will exchange decorating ideas Christmas treat ideas traditions and crafts and will conduct demonstrations on making and using an advent wreath and making and using CM) HOME CENTER Protestant ladies group to meet Christmas monogram symbols of Christ and Christmas. In- structions and recipes will be provided for all items on display. Persons interested in of- fering family tradition or craft ideas are invited to bring the idea /item to the meeting along ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

Friday. December 6. 1974 2nd Bn. 66th Arm. The wives of 2nd Bn. 66th Arm. held their coffee Novem- ber 13 at the home of Mrs. James Bradin with Mrs. Paul Wolfe as co-hostess. Mrs. Bradin wife of the bat- talion commander held a brief business meeting and plans were discussed for the Christ- mas season. Donations were taken for the V.A. Hospital in Temple. A fter refreshments were served Mrs. Bradin welcomed Mrs. Joe Frick Mrs. David Saunders and Mrs. Richard Davis to the battalion. Mrs. William Reese was bid farewell. Mrs. Lonnie Barron was November’s hostess for the wives coffee. Mrs. Barron chose Thanksgiving as her theme and served slices of pumpkin bread pound cake and arshm allow crescent rolls. Mrs. Jam es Malik held the business meeting and gave the treasure’s report. Mrs. Bob Graham volunteered for the annual 2nd Armd. Div. Christ- mas wrapping service. Dates for future OWC functions were given. Suggestions were made for a attalion Christmas project. Mrs. Bill Simmons and Mr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

Page Eight-A W -v j* jspp"! TELEPHONE LARGE PART OF JOB Staff Sergeant Linda P. McCurry checks a legal detail with the III Corps Staff Judge Advocate at Ft. Hood. The legal clerk for the 163rd Military Intelligence Battalion as* I LENDING THE FELLOWS A HAND Specialist 4 Treasa L. Moore (front) and Pvt. 2 Darlene R. Parks lend a hand to their fellow members of the 163rd Military Intelligence Battalion as they put up a tent. As sun was just rising on Nov. 27 1974 Pfc. Rodney N. Strate and Pvt. 2 Janet K. Har- ris exchanged wedding vows beneath the trees. The couple is assigned to the 545th MP Co. 1st Cav. Div. and at the time of the marriage Strate was participating in afield exercise. Janet describes the events leading up to the unique ceremony. ‘‘Rodney and I met in June during AIT at Ft. Gor- don Ga. We were both assig- ned to Ft. Hood. In September we made plans to be married on New ear’s. “Later we decided tom any around Christmas but the only tim we could get leave together was ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

Friday December 6. 1974 The festivities of the fast ap- proaching Christmas holiday as wi br ng both elaborate decorations and a a re a a Decorations are in evidence at most private or public social gatherings. Most of these decorations are highly com- bustible and potential killers. Be concerned with the of the deco ratio and with the potential fire hazards in- volved’’ reminds Andy J. Taylor chief of the Ft. Hood Fire Department. Control of decorations is es- a a re precautions are contained in the III Corps and Ft. Hood Fire Regulations. Under no circumstances should improvised or damaged electrical equipment be used. All electrical display items should carry the Underwriters a ra to rie (UL) label. Lighting sets should be used for the purpose for which they Converter care urged Although unleaded gas isn’t available overseas special re a been prescribed to retain the effec- tiveness of catalytic converter equipped cars for return to the United States. a regulation prohibit states...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

Page Ten-A I HANG ‘EM HIGH—New red and white curtains the official 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. colors 2nd Armd. Div. hang in the “A”* Trp. day room. The curtains and wall partitioning are Two a jo rs in the 2nd Armd. Div. were awarded the meritorious Service Medal November 25 by Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair Commander of the 2nd Armd. Div. Major Jerry L. Neal was awarded the medal for his exceptionally meritorious service while assigned to the 2nd Armd. Div.” During his two-year assignment with the division Maj. Neal served as the executive officer for the 1st Bn. 92nd FA and as the As- sistant G-4. As the Assistant G-4 Maj. Neal “developed a plan for im- proving the living conditions of the individual solider and was singularly responsible in this position for improving the total lo istic a readiness posture of the division” as stated in his citation. The meritorious Service Medal with the First Oak Leaf Cluster was awarded to Maj. Ipnmra BTnnrra~g~ra~rr(nnrBa a a~8TTmnnrg'y 8~nnnnnE CHURCH OF G...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

1 Friday December 6 1974 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.” lbdajfc Amy gets better evety time a good family reenKsts. Page Eleven-A

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

Page welve-A MARGE REINHARDT Executive Secretary & Bookkeeper Big Reductions! NANCY McCARVER & SUE McGUIRE Office Personnel CUSTOMER CARE ... EVERYWHERE Model CTF14CR Fast. Dependable Service 7 D.H. KRAMER. Salesman'1 1 Come In Today & SAVE Before Christmas On All Of Our ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS! ^ito be given away December 71974. Nothing to buy Do not have to be present to win Must be 18 years or older REGISTER TODAY! TV RENTALS BLACK & WHITE COLOR TELEVISION I m. TELEVISION ONLY 28” WIDE HAS BIG 4.58 CU. FT. FREEZER Only 28" wide 61 high yet provides generous storage for kitchens where space is Ijmited! No Frost throughout Easy-Release ice cube trays 9.60 cu. ft. fresh food section Separate storage for butter cheese eggs and produce Five full-width door shelves Automatic light in refrigerator NOW ONLY $ 3 4 8 mo. MODEL RE910 ”1 loL poinJb FAST/COOL-COOKING COUNTERTOP MICROWAVE OVEN MODEL RE910 Cooks fast and cool with microwave energy Cooks a meat loaf in 18 minutes ba...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

I 1 Sports Making the move By Jerry “Porker” Reed It’s only natural that Jerry Tarkanian is considered somewhat of a gambler. After all he resides in Las Vegas. Unfortunately the Nevada-Las Vegas basketball coach has been rolling some bad dice lately. Yep Jerry has been running into some bad luck. This year he had a team that was expected to break the bank but things have changed. Tarkanian’s troubles stem from the fact that he’s lost two of his superstars. Jerry had an excellent campaign (20-6) last year and expected improvement with 7’0” David Vaughan a transfer from Oral Roberts Univer- sity who’d be eligible to play. Well Vaughan defected to the ABA and is now a member of the Virginia Squires. Rebounding king Jimmie Baker has also left the Rebel squad.#The 6’11” center has transferred to the University of Hawaii. Tarkanian had hoped Vaughan would stay because he was considered the test pivot man •in the country but his absence will hurt the team’s chan- ces for an NCAA playoff b...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

Page Two-B Shake heads and cx)me out thinking. It’s official Ar- chie Griffin Ohio State’s record-breaking tailback is the 1974 Heisman Trophy winner. Griffin is only the fifth junior in the history of the coveted award to receive the annual award. The other elite underclassmen were “Doc” Blanchard of Army (1945) Doak Walker of S.M.U. (1948) Vic Janowicz of Ohio State (1950) and Roger Stau- bach of Navy (1963).. Former Texas A&M baseballers Doug Rau and Dave Elmendorf shared a room in college. Now professionals Rau a pitcher with the L.A. Dodgers and Elmendorf a defensive back with the Rams are still roomies they share an apartment in Los Angeles .. Inventor of the “Flying Wedge Offense” Hugo Bezdek. Arkansas defensive back Tommy Harris younger brother of Dallas secondary member Cliff was born at Ft. Clayton Panama Canal Zone .. Tiny Steve Beaird Baylor’s first 1000 yard rusher set school record of 176 yards against in his first start. .. Cowboy wide receiver Drew Pearson is the...

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

Friday. December 6. 1974 throughout entral Texas failed to let the gray skies cloud their enthusiasm as they and their horses com- peted in the Ft. Hood Hunt and Saddle Club Horse Show here Sunday Nov. 16. A ro im ately 61 com- petitors entered in the day long event which began with the presentation of colors by Girl Scouts of Troop 122 and the playing of the National An­ By RICHARD LAMANCE A fter seven hard fought games in the recent 2nd Armd. Div. Table Tennis tournament Edward Ayala 17th Engr. slammed his way to a division win outmaneuvering Tai-Hing Lee 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. the pre-toumey favorite 21-18 and 22- 20. The finals brought Ayala and Lee together. Ayala earlier in the tourney defeated Lee 24-22 and 21-19. The loss placed Lee in the losers bracket. Ayala continued to roll whipping his remaining opponents with relative ease. Lee fought back after his one loss until he took control in the semi-finals unseating Michael Jerman to clinch the title in the losers playoff. The tw...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

Page Four-B By JOHN GRABOWSKI Six months ago today on June 6 th 1st Cavalry iv isio a se le ap- proximately 8000 officers and enlisted persons of the division at Sadowski Field for a spec- a a com em orating the division’s reorganization. This after- noon hundreds will gather for ceremonies at the parade field 1 by division headquarters to recognize the attainment of significant new milestones in the two-year two-phase reor- ganization process. Ceremony Today Spotlighted in this after- noon’s ceremony which will begin at 4:00 p.m. are six of the division’s battalions in- eluding som of its most famous units which are being a tiv ate co erted or re sig ate (renam ed). Members of the public are in- vited to attend the milestone ceremony. i. Second Phase The present shifts area critical step in the second I a of reorganization effort which will bring the First Team com- pletely away from the ex- perimental TRICAF triple capability configuration of the past few years. The end of See Us ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

Friday December 6 1974 Over a decade ago the Consumer and Marketing Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture established voluntary stan- dards of quality for Christmas trees. In selecting just the right tree for decorating most people look for a tree that is healthy free from damage and well-trimmed. They generally want a tree that tapers gently from a full bottom and has an ample number of branches for hanging ornaments. Trees meeting a U.S. grade will have these characteristics since the grade standards require that the trees be: Fresh with pliable needles that are firmly attached to the branches. Clean at least moderately free of moss lichen vines and other foreign mat- ter. Healthy fresh natural appearance for particular species. Well-trimmed free of all barren bran- ches below the first whorl and smoothly cut at the butt. In addition the specific requirements of each grade a re: U.S. Premium not less than medium Three unit awards were presented recently to the 57th Sig. Bn...

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

Page Six-B VA NEWS The appointment of James M. Mayer a disabled veteran of combat in Vietnam and for- mer President of the National A ssociation of Concerned Veterans as his special as- sistant was announced today by Richard L. Roudebush Ad- ministrator of Veterans Af- fairs. Mayer a 29-year-old native of St. Louis will serve in a special liaison capacity with Vietnam era veterans and will be responsible for presenting jthe views of younger veterans to Administrator Roudebush ^md other top Veterans Ad- ministration officials. The new special assistant Was graduated from Southeast Missouri State University in June 1968 with a Bachelor’s re in sin ess ad- fninistration. He returned to that university under the VA catio al rehabilitation program following military service and obtained a second Bachelor’s Degree in business education in June 1972. 1 He enlisted in the Army in September 1968 and seven fnonths later became a double leg am putee victim of an enemy land mine while on combat...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

ff *3Bv 4 December 6 1974 1 a i*. V^( CJI Canned Pop fooofob Snowy Peak. Refreshing! reat With Snacks! 12-oz. Cans $ O $ W ty 5 f^ i0 Cat Food y*7A 1 unn flavor 'SW-* (W MAINTK**3 Puss 'n Boots. For Everyday Feeding! r *s 1 53? 15.25-oz. Cans $ ***$? $L 5k& S '-ir Enriched Flour omato Catsup altine Crackers omato Soup Blitter & Egg Raisin Bread uttermilk largarine *otato Salad iggNog Lucerne. Safeway Special! —Va-Gal. Ctn. Celdhreek. Quarters lA-ez.394 Ctn. 1S.es.594 iennas Ctn. 784 Lucerne. Creamyl Carton llson Vianna Sausage —5-oz. Can omatoes £r22* ihili With Beans *...„ £t~53* liblets Corn £.~31* iffee-Tone iweet Relish Isitin Lotion *-7 9 sar*l» ire Lotion Bottle Bayer Brn«ig. Imitation Procass —2-Lb. Loaf 294 Locarno. Non-Dairy Jar 55 Cold Tablets 30-Ct. For Children Bottle O Bread. Skylark. Safeway Special! —16-ox. Loaf 14-ez. Bread. Skylark Leaf Breed. Skylark Leaf 16-ez. Mr*. Wright's leaf Safew ay Special! Cheese Spread j^-52* Hi-Ho Crackers sunihine-is^s. om 84 Ch...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

l*age Eight-B Mm O December 8:00 W eather-FH News 8:12 What’s Happening 8:45 KBmm Gun Tank M60 Intro 9:03 KBmm Gun Tank M6R Safety 9:42 Disassy Assy of the M60 10:45 Intro to Vehicle M114 A1 11:00 Intro to Vehicle M113A1 12:00 W eather-FH News 12:12 What’s Happening 1:45 IMD Conference 2:45 Cbn Method of Instruction 3:45 Incident Process 4:09 Individual Instr of a Study Carrel 4:30 W eather-FH News 4:42 What's Happening Taesday II December 8:00 Weather FH News 8:12 What's Happening 8:45 The Perfect Drug 9:45 Up PU1- Down Pill 10:09 Role of NCO in Drug Abuse Prev/Con- trol 10:45 Problem of Amphetamine Abuse 11:02 The Alcoholic Behind the Wheel 12:00 Weather FH News 12:12 What’s Happening 1:45 Patrolling: Conduct of a Patrol 2:15 Project Save Loss of Vigilance 2:45 Fwd Observer Procedures for Inf Mor- tars 3:09 Inf Div: Night Attack (A O se Study) Winter solstice the first of- *t tficial day of winter when the ([earth is farthest from the sun Ft. Hood Television CHANNEL 5 FH TV .........

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

Friday. December 6. 1974 For a man whose medium of expression is light color and the split-second timing which captures a moment on film finding words to frame his art is not easy. Concen- tration provokes along draw cmi his pipe as CWQ3 Henry Elavsky Mr. E ” supply technician for the 180th Trans. Bn. S-4 shop) tries to define photography an involvement which is both vacation and avocation to him. His low voice explains Photography is a special way of seeing. You wait for the right elements to come together in the right place at the right time you have to be able to see the com- binations. With patience and the experience of knowing what to look for you can literally stop time and record history.” Thick albums encase glossy 8x10 samples of his work skimming the cream off two decades of turning cameras on seascapes and celebrities professional models and com- mon people candid shots and those contrived down to the last detail. The lush scenery COLORING A PHOTOGRAPH CW03 Henry Elavsky...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

Page Ten-B Sentinel ANNOUNCEMENTS 017 Lost & Found LOST DOG: Collie lost in the vicinity of W walker Village. 2 weeks ago. If found lease tall 634-8986. (12/7) Lost vicinity pperas e/F rt Hood ary la a ite female beagle answers to am of Lady. 547-5244. 12-6 BUSINESS SERVICES Tailors Hatte rs 039 TAILOR professional ex erien ced oh men's a ie an ild re 's alternations. No job too iffic lt. Call 634-3955 anytim e._______________ Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 inch rta le ith Built-in Antena. Rented by the ay Week or Month. Come by and ake our S electio fro O a rg Stock. Monthly entals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West ancier Ave. ille ...........................................634-4742 (tfn) Buildg. Contract. 056 Home Im provem ent Custom Built Homes No Job Too Large Or Too Sm all We Do It All HIGGINBOTHAM ’S HOME CENTER 2421 E. Hwv 190 Copperas Cove I 547-7581 House Repairs lIljU so Not N eep ep Misc. Services 063 ow A ou A IL E E E N 'R ev lu tio a ry N In Sanitatio...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

4 Friday ecem ber 6 1974 Ft. Hood Recreation Ser- vices’ in-door and out-door ac- tivities will be operating under special holiday hours during the next few weeks. Between Dec. 19 a Thursday and Jan. 6 a Monday the hours for the various activities are as listed below. RECREATION CENTERS The Academic Drive club (Bldg. 428) will open between 2 and 10 p.m. on Dec. 19 20 23 24 26 27 30 31 and Jan. 2 and 3. The Academic Drive club will be open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Dec. 22 25 29 and Jan. 1 and 5. This club will open at 10 a.m. and close at 11 p.m. Dec. 21 and Jan. 4. A Canasta party is planned for Dec. 19 at 7:30 p.m. Crazy Rummy will be featured Dec. 20 beginning at 7:30 p.m. Pop- corn balls waking and an a a tu are the features for 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 21 and 22 respectively. Caroling and a Christmas Eve Party will be held Dec. 24 in in a 7:30 p.m Charades are scheduled for Dec. 26 and decorating for New Years for Dec. 27 both beginning at 7:30 p.m. The ecem ber birthday party will be hel...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 December 1974

Page Twelve-B It can be said that Pvt. Charles Mace of HHC 1st (Tiger) Bde. is following in his fa th r’s footsteps. As his father was years ago Pvt. Mace is starting out in his Army a as a cook specifically a cook for the 1st Bn. 67th Arm. 2nd Armd. Division. It canbe added that if this is the case he’s about 27 miles back down the road. But at least his father Sfc. Cecil W. Mace Mess Inspector for 1st Bde. is right beside him to make sure he doesn’t wander off the beaten path. This is only a temporary situation however. The same day Pvt. Mace arrived at Ft. Hood Sgt. Mace came down on levy for Germany. So father and son will see quite a lot of each other until April then their relationship will become strictly a penmanship one. What do you do when you find an abandoned dog or cat along the highway and you can’t keep it—but you can’t leave it to die? Or the time comes when you’re scheduled to move across country or overseas and find that you are unable to take the family pet with y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 13 December 1974

VOL. 33 NO. 40 By LARRY SCARAMELLA Wednesday Dec. 18 the 13th Spt. Bde. will be redesig- nated the 13th Corps Spt. Cmd. (COSCOM) placing the final building block into the military unit structure of the corps at Ft. Hood. Redesignation of the brigade meets with one of the Ar- my’s latest logistical doctrines that of Echelon Above Division (EAD). The EAD concept replaces the field army and its subordinate support brigades and provides the corps in addition to its tactical role a logistical and administrative mission. Hie corps by having a major subordinate command assume the logistical and ad- ministrative responsibilities is then free to concentrate on tactical operations. A brief morning ceremony conducted by III Corps and Ft. Hood Commander Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. and 13th Spt. Bde. Commander Col. Chris W. Stevens will un- veil a sign redesignating the brigade. A Field Army Activated a little less than a decade ago under the Com- bat Service Support Groups of the Army (COSTAR...

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