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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Friday August 10 1973 "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 endoisement 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 Five—Section-C LOOK TO for jacket dresses by R&K Originals Another important fashion trend for fall is the jacket dress with fresh styling superb details and designed in important color com­ binations. Right: A black ribbed sweater jac­ ket with plaid accents over a dress with black and white plaid skirt. 74.00. Left: A cuffed chanel jacket in luscious wine and brown glen or green and brown over a sleeveless shirtdress. 72.00. Both in sizes 8 to 18. Just two of the many new fal...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Marion Rounsaville Rounsaville joined G-M in May in preparation for the August opening and has lived in Temple for the past three months. The new store manager comes to Temple from Ft. Worth where he was mana­ ger of Monnig's Ridglea their largest branch store. He has extensive experi­ ence in all phases of depart­ ment store operation. Rounsaville attended Napa Junior College in California and Texas Chris­ tian University. The Rounsavilles who live at 3026 Van Pelt attend Christ Episcopal Church and are members of the Temple Country Club. Angela Ferrell Angela Ferrell To Work With Garden Room Mrs. Angela Ferrell is manager of the Garden Room Goldstein-Migel's resaurant. She was for­ merly buyer of Linens in G- M's Waco store. Recently she attended a training course with the Baylor University food ser­ vice department. She also has a degree in cos­ metology. The new restaurant man­ ager lives in Lorena with her husband and two chil­ dren. Her hobby is raising and grooming poodles. S...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Friday August 10 1973 0 I 0 1 4^1 'Wj: Supplement to the Fort Hood Sentinel' "Published by COMMUNITY ENTERPISES INC. a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. I Tht appearance of advertisements in this publication including supplements and inserts does not constitute an endorsement I by the Department of the Army of the products and services advertised. The opinions expressed by the writen herein are their own and are not to be considered an official expression by the Department of the Army." Page Seven—Seclion-C LOOK TO for fresh loungewear by Vanity Fair New styles in leopard-print add a touch of excitement to your leisure hours. Left: Long gown in nylon tricot with bare-cut bodice and self-sash. XS S M L. 18.00 Right: Long luxurious wrap with leopard print accents on brown. In luxurious easy- care ShevelvaR)Dacronwpolyester. Also in purple with cariblue trim. Sizes 8 to 18. 28.00. Find many more looks of fashion in Intimate Apparel upper level Temple.

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Page Eight—Section-C See Seventeen Magazine's show August 18 11 a.m. Fashion Seventeen Editor Melanie Spiegel will commen­ tate the back-to-school show featuring the lat­ est looks for fall. Live music by the Highlighters. See this exciting presentation in the Temple High School Auditorium. Three $300wardrobes be given away so be sure to register. wi LOOK TO for junior sportswear by Bobbie Brooks Plaid is a key word for fall and G-M has it in the latest looks for juniors. Left: A bold plaid jacket in brown red and gold with matching h'rgh- rise waist cuffed pants. Jacket 32.00 Pants 22.00. Sweaters are big for fall and G-M has them. Right: Cardigan sweater 13.00 short sleeve sweater 10.00 and trouser pants 25.00. Come see all the back-to-school looks in our Junior Shops upper level Temple. "Published by COMMUNITY ENTER PISES INC. a The appearance of advertisements in this publicatio^fljpi by the Department of the Army of the products andsei are their own and are not to be considered...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

August 10 1973 8® ItfHR A- wmmm IllflSt -wi »V l\ 1 HH I mmmm. f^lb- 1 4 y$w I kaSS-*1---11 1 'Supplement to the Fort Hood Sentinel' 'Published by^OMMiSlTY EfjpRPISeC INC. a private firm in no wa The appearance *hi« publication including supplements and inserts by *u-^ of the products and services advertised. The opinions e*j are their own anJIiMPbe considered an official expression by the Department of the Ai \$m prize! Both in sizes 8 to 18. Page Nine—-Section-C This is your key to $10000 of free prizes in our Treasure Chests Hundreds and hundreds of winning keys. Come in and try yours in our Treasure Chests on all three levels of our Temple store. You may win a valuable for knit separates by Jack Winter Camel in combination with gray and ivory for a fresh fall look in double-knit polyester. Left: An ensemble of separates for an all- occasion outfit. Shirt Jac 32.00. Blouse 18.00. Cuffed pants 22.00. Right: The classic blazer 48.00 over a blouse 20.00 and flared pants G-M has many...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Page Ten—Section-C LOOK TO for fall styles in intimate apparel from Gossard The granada pajamas add a bit of old Spain to today's sleep scene. All in easy-care Antron III nylon tricot. Sizes P S and in gypsy red brown spice or white. Pajamas 15.00. Matching robe 15.00. Gossard's Nuveau bra with soft seamless cups that shape you like a second skin. Double-knit Dacron*' polyester is softer smoother retains its shape after many washings. Sizes 32-36 A 32-38 and C. White black beige blue or pink. 6.00. Matching Charade brief has seamless front crotch and back which won't show under clingy fashions. White black beige pink and blue in S M and XL. 5.00. Just a few of the many exciting looks in Intimate Apparel upper level Temple. 'Supplement to the Fort Hood Sentinel I "Published by COMMUNITY ENTERPISES INC. a private fin^ bifra^iy connected with the UtjSllltaiinl of The appearance of advertisements in this publication including WI|i[wp»ftjnd inserts does not comtitSf by the Department of ...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Friday August 10 1973 MENS S GIFTS SPORTS UEAR LINENS JUNIORS INTIMATE APPAREL men's clothing ACCESSORIES CO SHET/CS 33: HOSIERY CH/J.DRENS C£/S TOt*) ER SER WC£ 13: WEN'S FURNISHINGS e/vtrance -*r 'CIIMAIAMASA LOUNGE. POHTSWEAR READY-TO-WEAR AA MkA BRIDAL Upper Level First Level Garden Level ROOKS &ARPEM ROOn SHOES U|^ui CkAa|A|fl|A|'' 9UppVWVVMVT TO TIM ^DVT I tUUM 9WliwlVI Goldstein-Migel 'Retail Innovation' If there is one word to describe the new Goldstein-Migel store that word is modern retail innovation. Careful departmental arrangement contemporary fixtur- ing brilliant lighting bold coloring and texture on the walls and floors provide the ideal atmosphere and background for todays' fashions. The marble-crete exterior and new massive canopy provide the right setting for the large store name emblazoned across the face of the building. The store sign is 39 feet across and the large "G" measures 15 feet high. Under the canopy the facing is of Italian splitface marble set ve...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

LOOK TO for fine cosmetics by Charles of the Ritz For a beautiful new complexion to go with your new fall wardrobe take a tip from the experts. For moisture Liquid and cream Revenescence 2-oz. 7.50. The perfect Peel-Off Mask 4-oz. 6.50. Liqui-creme foundation all shades 1- oz. 10.00. Skin Freshner 3.50 or Dual Lotion 8-oz. 5.00 Special formula creme 12.50 Ritual moisturing night treatment 25.00. for pantyhose from Hanes See how pretty your legs look and feel in these new Hanes pantyhose. Everyday pantyhose have a new short panty for your short styles and are demi toed or sandal foot style 1.95. Alive'*' sheer support panty hose have rein­ forced or nude heel and toe with special support and Run Guard() protection 5.95. For new fall looks for face and legs see GAA's accessories shops first level Temple Page Twelve—Section-C "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 ...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

jf Friday August 10 1973 1 'Supplement to the Fort Hood Sentinel' 4 bv COMMUNITY ENTERPISES INC. a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. bv .h^.portm.nt of h. h.) .» !h. md Ih. °Pn.on. by Hi. wnt.n h.r.m an their own and are not to be considered an official expression by the Department of the Army. 19.00. Page Thirteen—Section-C See the Ruth of Carolina fashion show for girls Saturday Aug. 11 2:30. Her premier showing in Temple features back- to-school looks in dresses and sportswear. Two Ruth outfits will be given away at the show in G-M's Girls' Shops Garden Level Temple. LOOK TO for girls fashions from Pandora Plaid is important for young girls too. This sweater-and-pants combination is color- cordinated and made in easy-care fabrics. The flax color cardigan over the turtle-neck is Orlon(R) acrylic complements the heather plaid trouser pants in color combinations of burgundy or green. Sizes 7 to 14. The car­ digan 10.00 turtleneck 7.00 and trouser pant...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Page Fourteen—Section-C LOOK TO for bridal gifts and bridal gowns G-M's bridal registry in our new china and crystal shop will feature a complete selection of table settings. The famous names in fine china and dinnerware include Royal Doulton Denby Noritake Corning and Minton. In fine crystal choose from Royal Doulton and Denby. In stainless flatware and silver holloware you may select from International Oneida Com­ munity William Rogers and Eales of Sheffield. And finally decorative accessories. The bridal shop consists of fashions for brides­ maids mother-of-the-bride and brides includ­ ing veils. It is located in a private area decorated in silver and white. Our expert con­ sultant can advise you on many of the wedding details that help make a wedding more memorable. And even if you're not a bride-to-be you'll want to see the large selection of elegant tab­ le settings and hostess items that make enter­ taining more gracious in our Gift Shop second level Temple. "Supplement to th...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Friday August 10 1973 'Supplement to the Fort Hood Sentinel" WW "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 Fifteen—Section-C LOOK TO for bed and bath Fieldcrest fashions at White Sale prices Every sheet every towel every bath rug every Fieldcrest fashion is priced to save you money in August. Perfection sheets and pillow cases in no-iron polyester-cotton percale. Gold olive tropic blue pineapple. Flat or fitted sheets. Twin reg. 6.00 3.99 Full reg. 7.00 4.99 Queen reg. 9.50 6.99 King reg. 12.50 8.99 42"x36" cases reg. 4.00 2.99 pair 42"x46" cases reg. 4.60 3.29 a pair Oriental Flower...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Your key to *10000 of free prizes in our Treasure Chest is on Page 9 of this section. Hundreds and hundreds of winning keys. LOOK TO for related sportswear from Manhattan It's easy to put together an outfit for fall in our Men's Shops. Mix or match the separate pieces in rust navy and camel solids and pat­ terns. Battle jacket 37.50. Slack 22.50. Both in polyester and wool. Orlonw sleeveless swea­ ter 12.00. Polyester-cotton knit shirt 14.00. Discover more good-looking fall sportswear in our Men's Shops first level Temple. "Published by COMMUNI The appearance of adverti by the Department of thi are their own and are not 'Supplement to the Fort Hood Sentinel TERPISfl^BNC. a private firm in no wa^con ublication including supplements and ducts and services advertised. The an official expression by the Departmenfo Friday August 10 1973 Army rsement rs herein

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

VOL. .32. NO. 24 -i By JOHN GRABOWSKI On July 19 1973 22 horses and two mules of the 1st Cav. Div.'s popular Horse Cavalry Platoon were wor­ med in what was described as a routine procedure. If routine in administration the treatment was spec­ tacularly tragic in results. In the next 72 hours all but one of the 24 treated animals died. The sole survivor of the disaster among the fully- wormed animals was a spirited 5-year-old sorrel gelding named "Lanky" on loan to the platoon from Mrs. Olivia Atkinson of Killeen. The horse has become the living symbol of the platoon's dedication to rebuilding. Five other horses some of them inactive because of temporary lameness or other ailments received less than the full dose of the worming agents or none at all. None of these horses showed any reaction and have been in no apparent danger. Cause of the deaths according to a formal in­ vestigation by a 1st Cav. officer was "respiratory paralysis." In discussing the results of the in­ vestigation ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Page Two-A With visions of Alexander Graham Bell rolling and writhing in his grave I made one last attempt to remove the telephone receiver from its cradle and place a very simple but necessary phone call. After dialing the prescribed "5" (short for the 685 prefix) and the first two digits of the remaining four num­ bers. the telephone receiver emitted a clicking noise OHE RW6Y- 9lN6"f... -Two R\nei-9iN and resumed its normal buzzing sound. If the famed Scottish inventor of the telephone could only see what dastardly crimes his invention has. wrought upon mankind he'd never have unleashed it on the world I though to myself. Problems with the telephones here at Ft. Hood are frequent and many individuals are quite verbal about their disgust with the present arrangement. One anonymous NCO with many years experience with military communications networks recently shouted "I could even dial a blip 5 and get a blip buzzing sig- nal blip-blip!! This phone network is worse than Viet- ham!/' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Friday August 171973 1 1K J8~ *.»%$ mm mmm Illsiii JEFFERY—Our roving shutter-bug was ot Las Vegas way again as a guest of Bob Brackett and the fabulous Sahara Hotel. Sunning by the pool he caught a "I was a sergeant when I first arrived at the 2nd Ar- md. Div. and I didn't think that it was appropriate to arrive at my new unit in the rear of a 1%-ton truck. I've been in the army for 12 years and that was the first time I have been trucked around a new unit with a class 'A' uniform on" recalled Spec. 5 William Buente 502nd Ad­ min. Co. 2nd Armd. Div. "I have to admit that it looked kinda silly being hauled around in a truck to my new unit. I really felt like a cow being herded in the back of a truck" reminisced Spec. 4 Frank Mascarenas Jr. Hq. & Hq. Co. 1st Bn. 67th Armor 2nd Armd. Div. Hopefully never again will the arriving personnel repor­ ting to the 502nd Repl. Co. 2nd Armd. Div. be taken to FINISHING TOUCHES Pfc. Charles Turner (seated) and Spec. 4 Rodney Nodine both of Hq...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Page Four-A •i&l ijx •t Bunk! *'i *:4- S •$: A! k/' kk t. oi. Dear "Phantom".- Having applied at a local business for employment I was instructed to have a "physical" at a clinic in Killeen. This clinic has five doctors combined complete with fantastic-looking recep­ tionists and nurses cool waiting rooms piped-in music plants etc. However for this physical I was kept waiting exactly two hours and 50 minutes being sent from one room to another with "nurses" assuming that I knew both the way and the procedures of their office. The thing that really got me was when the "nurse"(?) finally deposited me in a small examination room mumbled something about the doctor wanting to check my lungs and threw me a paper towel which of course I did not know what to do with. It took the doctor about one-one half minutes to listen to my heart and lungs and I was free to go. My point? Never did I have such a time at the controversial Army hospital "Darnall." I I T Who really keeps fun out of Ft. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Fridav August 171973 vy The stock markets go up and down. The value of the dollar has been going down recently. The only thing that one can count on to remain stable is a savings bond. Savings bonds are never worth less than what one pays for them. Series E saving bonds can be purchased through payroll deductions which provide for the deduction of the price of the savings bond with each pay check. They are pur­ chased at a cost of 75 percent of the face value in denominations of: $25 $50 $75 $100 $200 $500 and $1000. The interest on Series E bonds accrues at the rate of 5 percent when held to maturity of five years 10 months with a percent bonus at maturity. The in­ terest is exempt from all state or local income or per- sonal property taxes. However the interest is sub­ ject to federal income tax but the tax may be deferred until the bonds are cashed or mature. A Series E bond can be cashed at any time beginning two months after the date of BAPTIST CHURCH 809 N. 4»h 634-6262 -KILLE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Page Six-A AWARDS The 1st Bn. 81st Armor 1st Cav. Div. recently held two special parade for­ mations for award presen­ tations and the promotion of SFC James G. Hicks to the rank of Master Sergeant. On August 6 Lt. Col. Richard E. Hoyt battalion commander presented the Army Commendation Medal to SSG William Smith and Sgt. Dennis Widener both of "B" Co. Hoyt also made the presentation of the Good Con­ duct Medal to six battalion personnel SSG Robert Mclntyer Spec. 5 Michael McKendry Spec.5 Adolph More Spec. 5 James Farmer and Spec. Buford Younes all of Hq. & Hq. Co. and Spec. 5 Richard Johnson of "B" Co. Hoyt also assisted Cpt. Douglas A. Haywood com­ mander of Headquarters Co. in pinning the stripes of a Master Sergeant on SFC James C. Hicks during a ceremony on Aug. 10. Hicks is the first sergeant of a a Maj. Maury W. Schooff Operations and Plans was awarded a Meritorious Ser­ vice Medal Aug. 1. Maj. Nile S. Lockwood Combat Support Directorate was promoted to his present rank A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Friday August 171973 CHANGE of COMMAND AWARDS An outgoing commander was honored and a new com- mander welcomed last Friday in a change of com­ mand ceremony for a unit of the 1st Cav. Div. at Ft. Hood. Lt. Col. Nathan M. Pulliam assumed command of the 7th Sqdn. 17th Cav. relinquished by Lt. Col. William E. Beaty who is being assigned to Department of the Army in Washington D.C. A formation of eight helicopter gunships swooped down out of the sky in a salute flying low over the troops and the crowd gathered at Sadowski Field as the change of command got underway. The change of colors was preceded by a presentation and inspection of the troops at the parade field and followed by remaks from both commanders and the 2nd Bde. commander Col. E. H. Nevins Jr. Beaty assumed command of the 7/17th (Attack Helicop­ ter) Cav. on February 28 1972. Prior to that he served as the Division Aviation Of­ ficer from May 1971. He enlisted in the Army in June 1948 and after completing OCS in 1953 was co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Page Eight-A ^ll II 1 "Central Texas' Own" Horse Cavalry Platoon will return to the road within a few short months thanks to its many supporters. Already 17 horses have been donated to the platoon to replace 21 horses and two mules that died in July following an accidental over­ dose of a worming drug. Buyers are searching Texas and New Mexico for more at this time. They have access to more than $5000 in cash donated by military units civic clubs and individuals. The first of the 17 horses arrived at Ft. Hood July 25. It was donated by Mr. Fer­ nando H. Williams of Houston. The first money received from any source came from the Copperas Cove Lions Club—a $100 check July 23. The largest single con­ tribution came from the 2nd Armd. Div.—the Cav.'s professional competitors. The "Hell on Wheels" drive net­ ted $2500 in the form of $2100 cash and a $400 horse appropriately dubbed "Iron Deuce." Contributions pour-in to Cav horse platoon SOLE SURVIVOR "Lanky" gazes sadly through the fence...

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