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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Friday August 10 1973 By BOB GARVIN "If I had a drug problem I think I'd turn to my friends for help. I seriously doubt that I'd turn myself in. I'd be looking for help riot trouble and who's to know what they'd do to me if I were to surrender?" That was the way one soldier responded to the question Where does a guy with a drug or alcohol problem go for help at Ft. Hood? Several company comman­ ders interviewed throughout the 1st Cav. Div. stressed that if a soldier has a drug or alcohol problem the CO is the first man he should talk to. One commander stated that an individual eliminates a good portion of his problem by recognizing it then seeking help. Once the CO is made aware of the problem what is his next step? Will he turn the soldier in? "If one of my men comes to see me seeking help with a drug or alcohol problem the last thing I'm going to do is turn him in" one CO ex­ plained. "Usually the problem isn't as bad as the individual thinks however if help is what he needs its h...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Page Ten-A A automobile tire rotation for rriatfimum safe tread life has been adopted by tire industry experts the Tire Industry Safety Council reports today iii a. new edition of its "Con­ sumer* Tire Guide." Using the new system bias and-'beltedbias rear tires should be moved straight for­ ward and front tires criss­ crossed to the rear wheels. 'The. old rotation system was "the reverse front tires moved straight back and rear tires [criss-crossed forward. iThe." new Guide also in­ cludes a rotation pattern for radial .tires. [Radials should be ex­ changed front and rear on the same side of the automobile the experts say. They should never be criss­ crossed. a procedures are spelled out in detail in the new Guide primarily because they are an^ important tire safety precaution" said Council Chairman Malcolm R. Lovell Jr. "Premature and uneven I I I tl I I I I I L.. tire wear can cause poor steering response and possible sudden tire disablement" Mr. Lovell ex­ plained. "To realize t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Friday August 10 1973 By WILLIE MONTZ High-powered signaleers from Central Texas have in­ vaded the 13th Spt. Bde. Some are stripping wires. Others are playing with potent chemicals. Many are stirring in caldrons and dishing-it-out. What is the ^source of energy in the brigade? It's none other than the Texas National Guard. Thirty-two men from the Austin-based 236th Sig. Co. are here for two weeks training. The men are part of the 549th Trans. Bn. based in Waco. According to their executive officer 1st Lt. Alfred C. Loya the majority of this unit commanded by Cpt. Albert Scout of Austin participated in GALLANT HAND activities. I This group hosted by the 391st Sig. Co. is comprised mostly of individuals who could not come in May. Ac­ cording to Loya many are teachers and students and "just couldn't get away". Like Loya who is the marketing manager for South Western Bell Telephone Co. others in the photography and various auto shops found July a more opportune time to begin training. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Page Twelve-A Why are you staying in? FORT HOOD SENTINEL "He's happy aad I know he's Nappy: Pat Fundum's husband Gene works as a Personnel Specialist. He's just reenlisted but that was no surprise to her. "Actually it wasn't something we had to discuss. He knows how I feel about the Army. "I like it here. The shopping. The activities. The services. And the people we've met. "But what's more important I know he likes his job. He's proud of the way he's advanced. And he's always saying there's no way he could have moved up as fast as a civilian. "Neither of us would say that the Army's right for everyone. But it's right for us'.' dr. v. ^V..:AW': X V/* .• Vs" wv f( Friday August 10 1973

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Friday August 10 1973 TWO WHEELS AND A SMILE This pretty mem- ber of the Ft. Hood Recruiting Team shows that they By MIKE FINNEN The 1st Cav. Div. baseball team's title hopes suffered a severe setback August 2 as they dropped a 4-0 decision to the 2nd Armd. Div. The loss dropped the Cav. to the loser's bracket of the double- elimination tourney where they set the stage for a comeback by hammering Non Divisional 15-9 on Aug. 4. As different as night and day aptly describes the Cav.'s two performances last week. Their first loss was a study in frustration as they failed to put two hits together in any inning and committed three costly errors during the whitewash. First Team coach Elwood Wilkersori was disappointed with the loss but was not counting his team out. "Next game we will definitely be on the scoreboard" he said. That proved to be the biggest understatement by a Cavsman since Gen. Custer said "there's injuns in them thar hills" as the First Teamers exploded for 15 runs on 15 ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Page Two-B By MIKE FINNEN When Pvt. Harold J. Weston Jr. of the 1st Cav. Div's Special Services hosts a party he supplies the drinks when he steps into the boxing ring he supplies the punch. "Ever since I was a young­ ster I've had this dream of becoming a professional boxer. Now every time I step into the ring I get one step closer to becoming the middleweight champion of the world." STARTED YOUNG Weston's boxing career began at the age of nine. As ayoung black roaming the streets of New York City he occasionally confronted situations requiring self defense. Although never looking for trouble he soon decided that survival meant being able to take care of himself. About that same time his father who is a pro boxing trainer decided the same thing so the youngster traded in his basketball for a pair of boxing gloves. "When I began boxing I had nothing in mind other than learning to defend myself" he said "but I caught on so fast that before long it became something more." That somethi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Friday August 10 1973 SPORTS The Great Divide By JERRY REED Meet Melvin Eugene Monroe a middle-aged citizen married to a lovely girl christened Gayle. The couple have been married for some time now but plan to make their annual trip to Reno Nevada. Yes it's that time of year again-time for football to be aired weekly on the major networks-and that means the seven month separation of many couples throughout this country. While Mel is out Nevada way he stops in at Jimmy "The Greek" Synder's place to get some tips on betting for the up-coming season. Gayle already knows the odds are 100-1 that she will get to talk to Mel during the season. Last Friday night Mel alias John Q. Public sat down in his Lazy Boy with a Tall Boy in his right hand and pretzels in his left hand to watch the Dallas Cowboy-Los Angeles Ram game. Since that time poor Gayle has yet to get through to her spouse. FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE Gayle never talks to Mel unless she has consulted Jeanne Dixon's column in the morning p...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Page Four-B Jfcfferey who is relatively short (5'4 and only 5647 days to go on his present enlistment) recently took a tour of college campuses in the Texas area in prospect of finding suitable enrollment situations. He was unable to find exactly what he was looking for in Southwest Conference Colleges but scored big in the Lone Star variety. He became intrigued with the latest fall fashions and snapped Miss Sherry Cade between classes. Sherry is enrolled at Sam Houston SUBARU Fully equipped even push-button radio) CfPEN: 8:30 A.M. To 6:30 P.M. Monthly Payment Front Drive FIGHT FUEL SHORTAGE Drive The Car That Gets 30 Miles Per Gallon Only $2595.65 Plus State Taxes License & Title BROKER'S CAR CITY Harker Heights 699 6047 Professional Officers Warrant Officers Non-Commissioned Officers and Specialists E-5 or higher RELOCATION Loans UP TO $3000 No collateral. No co-signers. No re-financing when you are moved. Money for every purpose... vaca­ tions relocations furniture gifts bill...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Friday August 10 1973 SOYLBCTGRKN people need it... in the year 2022 mcm CHARLTON HESTON LEIGH TAYLOR-YOUNG m. "SOYLENT GREEN" OSW-N CHUCK CONNORS IOSEPH COTTEN BROCK PE1ERS-PAULA KELLY wd EDWARD G. ROBINSON PG METROCOLOR PANAVISION' fAttNHl CUIDANCi SUGCtSTID RIGHT HECTOR H1 THE GREAT WALTZ" 15 THE JOYOUS By STEVE LASSITER With mud on their face and a map in their hand the "downed" helicopter crew scrambled through an in­ terlace of razor sharp thorns in a desperate attempt to reach friendly troops. These men are the pilots and crew members of the 1st Sqdn. (AIR) 9th Cav. and the 7th Sqdn. (AIR) 17th Cav. who are conducting escape and evasion training New federal pay scale to affect employees A new wage schedule for the Waco Texas wage area that will affect approximately 1450 Federal Government employees at Ft. Hood was issued this week by the Department of Defense. The schedule established under the Federal Wage System will apply to em­ ployees in the area who are engaged in labor...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Pa£e Six-B 3D BRIGADE The Officers of the 3d Bde. 2d AD met for a formal Dining In the evening of the 10th of July in the main ballroom of the Fort Hood Officers' Club. A special guest for the evening was Brig. Gen. Robert J. Baer Project Manager for the new Main Battle Tank from the Tank Automotive Command in Warren MI. Brig. Gens. Nor­ man J. Salisbury and John A. Maurer Assistant Division Commanders and Col. Donald F. Packard Chief of Staff were also in attendan­ ce. in a highlighted by a speech by Brig. Gen. Baier on the new main battle tank. The officers of the Brigade revived a 1 tradition of the 2d AD by toasting from "oil-can goblet­ s'*. Afterwards the men en­ joyed refreshments and games of skill. ffl W FINANCING AVAILABLE On Purchases of Ask About Our. The Officers' Wives of Hqs. 3d Bde. 2d AD met the same evening in the home of Mrs. W. russell Todd wife of the brigade commander for coffee and dessert. During a short business meeting Mrs. Todd in­ N Easterling wife of the...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Friday August 10 1973 AG SECTION The officer's wives of the Adjutant General section held their July coffee at the home of Mrs. William White in Temple. A business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Ed­ ward Williams and plans were discussed for par­ ticipation in the 1st Cav. Div. Christmas Bazaar. Farewell gifts were presen­ ted to Mrs. Michael Mayfield and Mrs. William White. This month's coffee will be held at the home of Mrs. Clyde Lynn in Copperas Cove. 1st Sqdn. 6th Cav. The ladies of the 1st Sqdn. 6th Cav. held a bake sale for the benefit of the 1st Cav. Horse Platoon. Thanks to all the men of the squadron the ladies efforts were a smashing success. A special thank you goes to Buddies' Bakery for donating a cake which was auctioned. The results of the sale were so good the gals feel the Horse Platoon shall be able to fill their stable with an- toher horse maybe Cup­ cake? Immediately after the cake sale Mary Siekman held a squadron coffee in her Cop­ peras Cove home. Mrs. Alexand...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Page' Eight-B CBS has decided to air its controversial drama "Sticks and Stones" after all. The program which concerns it­ self with the trials of a blind embittered Vietnam War veteran was supposed to run on March 9. The web yanked program following affiliate station protests at a time MONDAY Time Schedule 7:59 National Anthem 8:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 8:27 Venomous Animals: Ar­ thropods '9:00 Mechanical Training on the .45 Cal Pistol Pt. 1 3:38 Vehicle Recovery: Similar Vehicles 10:00 Amphibious Operations 10:39 Use of Wire Rope 11: .0 5000 Gal Tanker Truck (M49C) Filter Operations Pt 1 11:16 Map Reading Grid Systems and Coordinates 12:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 12:27 Duties of the Forward Obser­ ver 1:01 Policies Legal Consideration and Command Responsibility of Civil Disturbance 1:42 Tactical Formation Flying 2:00 Tactical Employment of Division Artillery Pt 1 2:44 Tactical Employment of Division Artillery Pt 2 3:40 Firing Battervavms 4:00 AN/MPQ-4 Radar 4:3...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Friday August 10 1973 Music world By Danny Sparkman Rock and roll lately seems to have gone the way of the movies as far as Superstars go. Maybe you've noticed that there isn't as much ex­ citement around these days as there used to be back in the days of the Beatles and Stones. There are a few groups still around that seem to have captured the glitter of star­ dom and the excitement of show biz but for the most part its held on by glue rather than any fan loyalty. The Rolling Stones are a case in point. The group star­ ted out playing what was in 1964 funky blues and soon they turned into raving Superstars a la the Beatles. Their performance on the Ed Sullivan show in 1965 probably had as much to do By FRANK M. JAMISON The VA loan guaranty program was initiated in February 1971 as a program designed to provide lower cost housing to low income veterans especially those who have been recently discharged or released from military service For those now in the military it provides relat...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Page Ten-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Professional MOTOR STEAM CLEAN SPECIAL Includes Car Wash & Wax $7.50 ZIP CAR WASH West Hwy. 190 Killeen (tfn) Safe Courteous Dependable See Our Ad on Page 6-B UNIQUE HAIR DESIGNS 613 South Ann Blvd. Harker Heights (8-10) BUSINESS SERVICES Insurance C-4 MIDLAND NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 2209 E. Hwy. 190 Copperas Cove GENERAL AGENT IRA A. YOHO 5 2 6 4 2 5 6 Associated with Military S.G.L.I. (tfn) Nurseries Kindergarten C-7 RAGGEDY ANN & ANDY CHILD CARE CENTER: Love and Care for Your Child. Reasonable Rates. Qualified Personnel. 634-3411 or 634- 6459. (8-10) Radio TV Service C-15 TELEVISION SERVICE CALLS $6.50 Color or Black & White EXCHANGE TV SERVICE 685-5088 (Tfn) Furn.-Upholstery C-17 7 Piece Living room suit. $169.95 Disccunt Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323^ AjrC ncL Heat in 21 GEORGES AIR CONDITIONING HEATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Grass Sodding & Seeding 547-5586 day or night 303 V\. Ave. B Copperas Cove (Tfn) House Repa...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Friday August 10 1973 By G. M. HARDING People keep telling us that in this modern army they don't do things like they used to but it seems hard to believe that American soldiers and especially their officers could ever have done without the mor­ ning cup of coffee. That would almost amount to sacrilege. It's refreshing to see a tradiiton observed even when that tradition involves sompthinp so noxious (to this author) as coffee. So come along and wander through the labyrinth of complexities that meets a unit commander as he plays the game of "try to pay all your troops in one day." Tfte day is a special one to most people but especially to the First Team's financiers it starts as I've noted with the coffee. In the division's disbursing office at Bldg. 2823 one of what must be thousands of POP's (privately owned per­ colators) throughout the army bubbles away doing its small bit to prepare its owners for an onslaught of Class A agents. These are the fellows unit commanders or other of...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Pajie Twelve-B Dickies Boys Jeans Large group of styles sizes & colors. Denim vaquero and casual all at BIG SAVINGS 197 1«LK SAVE ON UNDERWEAR MEN'S OR BOYS' 3 Pair-Package of permanent press 65% polyester 35% cotton Briefs or Tee shirts Full Range of Sizes WHITE. BOYS n 'S IX MEN'S DOUBLEKNIT SLACKS LADIES' PANTY HOSE Choose either "ONE SIZE" All nylon pnaty hose in assorted shades or ladies' "KNEE HIGH" PANSTERS Your Choice Shop Gibson's Shop Gibson's 1035 Jasper Sunday MEN'S TANK TOPS 157 Assorted solids stripes and solids in a great collection of styles. Top quality dress or casual slacks in a full group of sizes. "Doorbuster" Dickies slacks Big Boys & Men's Sizes. Casual Jeans and Western All in Full Range of Sizes and Colors. Stock Up GIBSON' TERRY KNIT SHIRTS All cotton in assorted color stripes soft and comfortable in men's Sizes S-M-L FORT HOOD SENTINEL NOW & SAVE!j§ GIBSON'S has the Best for LESS GIBSON'S has the Best for LESS GIBSON'S has the Best for LESS LAD...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Friday August 10 1973 I Your key to the "Supplement to the Fort Hood Sentinel" DO your new fashion department store ^men juniors & misses & women 0 children accessories shoes cosmetics & intimate apparel bridal 0 linens 9 china gifts restaurant. $10000 Shop Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m 11 North Main Downtown Temple free Treasure Chest is on page 9 of this section. Try it in all three chests one on each level of G-M. Hundreds and hundreds of winners so hurry! "Published by COMMUNITY ENTERPISES INC. a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. The appearance of advertisements in this publication including supplements and inserts does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of the Army of the products and services advertised. The opinions expressed by the writers herein are their own and are not to be considered an official expression by the Department of the Army." Page One—Section-C

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Page Two—Section-C LOOK TO for new fall shirts from Hathaway Update your wardrobe with new collar styles fresh patterns and stripes and classic fabrics. Top: Unusual white-on-white pattern 16.00. Center: White stripes on blue fashion spread collar 14.00. Bottom: The classic button-down oxford shirt 13.00. for fashion ties by Countess Mara Join the ranks of Countess Mara tie collectors. For fall unique patterns as well as classic reps. And all embroidered with the renown Coronet and C.M" that shows you know what a fine tie really is. From 10.00. See these and many more fall fashions in our Men's Shops first level Temple. "Supplement to the Fort Hood Sentinel "Published by COMMUNITY ENTERPISES INC. a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. The appearance of advertisements in this publication including supplements and inserts does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of the Army of the products and services advertised. The opinions expressed by the ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Friday August 10 1973 &sJ jli Ulllll'"" "Published by COMMUNITY ENTERPISES INC. a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. The appearance of advertisements in this publication including supplements and inserts does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of the Army of the products and services advertised. The opinions expressed by the writers herein are their own and are not to be considered an official expression by the Department of the Army." 'Supplement to the Fort Hood Sentinel* Page Three—Section-C LOOK TO for the latest fashions from Austin Leeds Hand tailored hand shaped hand pressed. That's the story behind Austin Leeds and these suits represent their new styles for fall. Left: Two-button model in rust and brown plaid deep side vents and hacking pockets. 185.00 Right: Pin stripes on navy in a two-button model with deep center vent. 185.00 Come see all the new looks for fall in our Men's Shops first level Temple

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Page Four—Section-C LOOK TO for coat fashions.. by Fleurette of California Camel hair is an important look this fall in fashion coats. Classic single breasted coat with plenty of stitch detailing and self belt. Sizes 6 to 16. 100.00. by Davis of Boston Fake fur returns again but with interesting new accents. This double-breasted coat has vinyl buttons and insets that have the look of leather. Brown and black in sizes 8 to 16. 65.00. From a collection of exciting styles in Misses Coats upper level Temple. "Supplement to the Fort Hood Sentinel* "Published by COMMUNITY ENTERPISES INC. a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. The appearance of advertisements in this publication including supplements and inserts does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of the Army of the products and services advertised. The opinions expressed by the writers herein are their own and are not to be considered an official expression by the Department of the Army." Frid...

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