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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

WV'V'K'V I"' Friday August I 71973 As the Belle of Louisville pulled away from its downtown landing and began paddle-wheeling up the Ohio River the 19th Annual Reunion of the 2nd Armd. Div. Association got itself together. On the Belle's second deck bandstand the 2nd Armd. Div. Band's seven-piece combo started out with "Hello Dolly" around 9 a.m. They continued to swing through "Stardust" "The Pennsylvania Polka" and other favorites of the 40s. Among the reunionists enjoying the music and river cruise were Joseph and Lewana Huffman of Winston- Salem N.C. It was the Huf­ fman's first reunion he was in the 66th Arm. Reg. 2nd Armd. Div. during WW II. ''This is my first connection with the 2nd Armd. Div. since I was wounded in France in '45" Huffman related. "I felt real close to the division during the war and have always been very proud of its record. It was a great outfit. there were a lot of good times." Huffman said he was attending the reunion because it was about as close to home...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Page Ten-A HQ. SPT. CMD. The officer's wives of Hq. and Hq. Co. and Band Spt. Cmd. 2nd Armd. Div. celebrated the arrival of Mrs. William B. Lewis with a champagne brunch. Mrs. Lewis -came from Washington D.C. to Ft. Hood when her husband assumed command of the Support command. The brunch held in the home of Mrs. Michael C. Wilgen was co-hosted by Mrs. Leroj? Boatwright Mrs. David Bradley and Mrs. Horfier Marion. Mrs. Lewis conducted a short business meeting and welcomed anjo-ther newcomer Mrs. "Greetings and a happy pic- nicj-type day to you. This is your -local sunbeam reporting this week's happenings in Sun County the 13th Spt. Bde. In the. brigade it seems sun- worshipers like myself have caught on to one malady of summertime PICNIC FEVER! NoJ'too long ago CSM Harris dropped to visit my lovely Office going crazy with all the wasted sunshine out­ side and us with the typing fever inside. The Top Shirt of the 169th Main Bn. came in to brag about one big super- supper his battalion ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Friday August 1 7.1973 HQ. SECTIONS Officers' wives of the G-3 Division Aviation Chemical Tactical Air Control and Financial Management sec­ tions met Aug. 9 at the home of Mrs. Ernest D. Fincher. The women enjoyed a salad luncheon highlighted by a delicious hot peach-apricot cobbler. Mrs. Moses Erkins was welcomed to the group and presented a plant. A special farewell was bid Mrs. Thomas D. Ayers wife of the chief od staff and a special guest at the luncheon. 1ST BN. 13th armor Officers' wives of the 1st Bn. 13th Armor met Aug. 9 for coffee. Mrs. James Gunlick and Mrs. Joseph Dempsey were hostesses. Refreshments of punch fruit and pastries were served. Mrs. Albert Rydel held a short business meeting and also farwelled Mrs. Donald Bennett. The next coffee will be held at the home of Mrs. John Yearwood. 1ST SQDN. 9TH CAV. Recently Cpt. and Mrs. Lonnie Beasley held a party in their home for Delta Trp. 1st Sqdn.th Cav. The party was a farewell for CWO and Mrs. Micky Keys and WO and Mrs...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Page Twelve-A TRADOC leader visit Hood General William E. DePuy TRADOC commander was welcomed at Robert Gray Army Airfield by Lt. Gen. George P. Seneff Jr. Ill Corps and Ft. Hood comman­ der when he arrived last week at Ft. Hood. The purpose of Gen. DePuy's visit was for him to a a a Operations System and MASSTER Quarterly Review. He also visited units of the 1st Cav. Div. and 2nd Armd. Div. before departing on Friday. General DePuy began his military career in 1941 when he was commissioned a 2nd lieutenant from ROTC. During World War II he ser­ ved with the 357th Infantry. In 1946 Gen. DePuy served on the War Department General Staff in the Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff. He attended the Armed For­ ces Staff College in 1953. He served for a short time as Deputy Chief of Staff of Corps in Germany and then returned to the U.S. to serve in the Office of the chief of Staff of the Army. General dePuy was assig­ a an in general 1st Infantry Division US Army in Vietnam in 1966 and...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

id a A «jusl 1 7. 1 973 hr Auto Glass Installed While You Wait We Will Handle All Your 0 BANKAMERICARD SPORTS Jack praised as best By JERRY REED All right everybody turn to page 17 of Bartlett's World Golf Encyclopedia and you will find the name Jack Nicklaus. Now repeat after me Jack Nicklaus is the greatest golfer in the world. A as S a A ha re aren't too many individuals that can really give me a valid argument however people do have their favorites and this may be a bit offensive. To the golf fans that I may have ruffled with this comment I say shucks that's the way I feel and with the help of my '58 Royal I want to back up what I say with some facts. I want folks to know about the "Golden Bear" and frankly I think he's a good item to sell. Now listen up as a result of Nicklaus' victory last Sabath Day the 33-year-old veteran became the only man to win 14 major tournaments by passing Bobby Jones in that department. Nicklaus won the tour­ nament last week with a 72 hole total of ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Page Two-B By ROBERT PATTERSON "There's no question about the ability. The talent is there and if we put it all together we should come out on top of the league." That quote was made by 2nd Armd. Div. baseball IStSiSi .mr It won't be until September 29 that the cameras crank up again in Layfette Indiana when the network airs the battle between the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame and the Purdue Boilermakers. On Oc­ tober 13 it will be the annual battle between Oklahoma and Texas. In 1972 the Okies won 27-0 in the televised contest. Southern California the nation's top college team last year will get its baptisism before the cameras as they travel to South Bend to face Notre Dame. It will be Air Force against Notre Dame in the afternoon and Alabama and L.S.U during the I I I coach Marty Manning 502nd Admin. Co. prior to the start of league play in the Ft. Hood Baseball League. Last week at Red Lindsay Field the HOW nine DID put it all together as they defeated the 1st Cav. Div. READY FOR...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Frid A 1 7 9 7 3 By JERRY REED Sports Editor When Charlie Needham in­ vites people over for dinner he has to set the table for a bunch of folks. At least that 'was the case last Thursday night up in Fort Worth Texas. The head of the Sports Program for the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce in­ vited a few fellows from the area up to the Grand Ballroom of the Fort Worth Sheraton. Good old Charlie asked all the coaches of the Southwest Conference football circles to attend the affair christened the 15th annual conference rally. The coaches were in­ structed to bring some of their lads to the dinner also. Yours truly the cunning runt that I am was the recipient of a ticket to the rally due to the big heart of Needham. I prepared hard "Cowtown." I had to go out and buy some fancy duds and enroll in the Luis Beauperthuy School of Etiquette but it sure was worth all the trouble: I felt right at home talking to all the celebrities at the dinner. I arrived early and got to fe iK- *'N speak with...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Page Four-B •. •tf i( IBoy that George is an ancient 'Raider halfback ^0- Dainty floral print for juniors By Dutchess Gown in brushed nylon with ruffle trim. 10.00. Matching quilted robe in polyester and cotton. 25.00. Both machine wash and dry. Sizes 7 to 13. Lingerie upper level Temple. George Smith is the antique of the Texas Tech football team this season. The senior from Los Angeles California is the oldest player on his college team in Lubbock Texas. Smith spent three and a half years in the Navy bet­ ween high school and junior college and received the Viet Nam Commendation Medal and the Viet Nam Service Medal during his tour of duty. The 5-11 180 lb. 25- year-old athlete is a running back for the Red Raiders. Before his arrival to the high plains he performed for East Los Angeles Junior College. Smith was Texas Tech's leading rusher last year with urn for back-to-school fashions! 9 S? 9 740 yards and a 6.7 average per carry including rolling up 153 yards and one touchdown ag...

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

Friday. August 171973 Special elections are slated to be held in Maryland and New Mexico on August 21 and November 6 respec­ tively with officials of those states' election boards ad­ vising military and Federal civilian employees of the procedures for obtaining ab­ sentee ballots. Qualified voters from affec­ ted counties in Maryland and the State of New Mexico may request ballots by filling out the Federal Post Card Ap­ plication (FPCA-Standard Form 76) and mailing it to the voter's appropriate seat of County Government. In Maryland the special election will be held to fill a a Congressional District seat formerly held by U. S. Representative William O. Mills. Thirteen counties make up a a Congressional District. These are Calvert Caroline Cecil Charles Dorchester Harford Kent Queen Anne's St. Mary's Somerset Talbot Wicomico and Worcester. Qualified voters from any of the above counties may request an absentee ballot for the special election. The following persons may request a ba...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Page Six-B The Ft. Hood school bus schedule for the upcoming year was recently announced by the Trans. Div. The schedule is as follows: Effective August 27 1973 AR LV 7:30 a.m. 7:34 a.m. PATTON PARK: 7:30 Stop No. 20 (24th St.) 7:31 Stop N 2 0 A (Patton Circle) 7:33 Stop No. 56 (Patton Drive) Ride Bus No. 1 Home P.M. BUS NO. 1 7:30 7:33 PATTON PARK: 7:30 Stop No. 57 (Todd St.) 7:32 Stop No. 59 (Coleman Road) Ride Bus No. 2 Home P.M. BUS NO. 7:30 7:35 WAINRIGHT HEIGHTS: 7:30 Stop No. 46 (Fisher Ave.) 7:32 Stop No. 47 (Fisher Ave.) 7:34 Stop No. 24 (Friedman St.) Ride Bus No. 3 Home P.M. BUS NO. 3 7:35 7:39 WAIN WRIGHT HEIGHTS: 7: 35 Stop No. 22 (Wainwright Drive) 7:36 Stop No. 21 (Wainwright Drive) 7:38 Stop No. 23 (Bailey St.) Ride Bus No. 2 Home P.M. BUS NO. 2 STUDENTS TO SAINT JOSEPH'S PAROCHIAL SCHOOL KILLEEN TEXAS Effective August 20 1973 7:10 7:18 MONTAGUE VILLAGE: 7:10 Stop No. 1 (Bowie Loop) 7:11 Stop No. 3 (Bowie Loop) 7:12 Stop No. 4 (Rusk Circle) 7:13 Stop No. 6 (Travis Av...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

last 171973 Not all ROTC cadets are inexperienced college kids with "peach fuzz" and no idea of what real army life is like. Take for example Richard G. Hooter a veteran with two years of service in the Army. Hooter received his draft notice while in college and spent two years 1970-71 in the Infantry as an EM. He served at Ft. Polk Ft. Car­ son and in Vietnam rising to the rank of Sgt. E-5. When he got out Hooter decided to go back to school and then return to the service as an officer.<p></p>LOW Apple Sauce Margarine •iodized Salt Pinto Beans POTATO"SAiAD Hair Conditioner Protein 21 •Fine and •Dry 4-oz. Plastic Hooter a senior at North­ western State University in Louisiana has been at Ft. Hood the past two weeks for Army Orientation Training (AOT) with Btry. "B" 1st Bn. 14th Fiel'd Arty. 2nd Ar- md. Div. The purpose of AOT is to introduce a cadet to every phase of operation within a battalion. The native of Natchitoches La. chose ROTC rather than OCS for his commissio...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Eight-B The new television season -Jvill get underway on Sep­ tember 10. NBC has virtually assured the three network start date by issuing a specific schedule for the initial weeks. The web will substitute [specials films and the •Democratic Party telethon •for their eleven series that Won't be ready. The eleven late starters represent exactly half of NBC's 1973-74 season. However only seven of the ONLY eleven will be delayed one week. A Rowan & Martin comedy special will air in Flip Wilson's slot while an NFL Players Association Awards special will fill Needles and Pins slot the following evening. The Democratic national telethon will fill all of NBC primetime on the premeire weeks Saturday schedule. Other specials announced are Glen Campbell Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme A RINGING GENIUS Ray Charles displays the inusical talent that brought him from the poverty of an Albany Ga. getto to the plush life in Beverly Hills Calif. Hard work has brought him numerous companies but he...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Friday Angusl 171 973 When Scorpio wants you ...there is noplace to hide! THE WEB-FOOT If you haven't already been on one of the trips and tours provided by your Recreation Activity Centers you don't a missing!!!! This weekend you'll have an opportunity to go on one because a Recreation Activity Center trip is headed for the throb­ bing city of Houston!!!!!! You may contend that Texas just doesn't have the charms of Buffalo Akron Davenport Newark or Cicero but you don't REALLY know until you give Texas a chance. Actually there are many attractions in this state and the city of Houston if foremost among them. For many of us this is our first time in the Lone Star State and we never know when we'll pass this way again so we might as well stop daydreaming and go out and check out the ac­ tion in Texas and Houston is a great place to start!!!! The commercial bus which is free to you will leave from the Recreations Centers at 10 A.M. on August 18th. When you get to Houston you are on you...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Pa«e Ten-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Professional B-9 .• 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 11-A UNIQUE HAI'R "DESIGNS 613 South Ann Blvd. Harker Heights .699-9505 (8-17) BUSINESS SERVICES Insurance C-4 MIDLAND NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 2209 E. Hwv. 190 Copperas Cove GENERAL AGENT IRA A. YOHO 526-4256 Associated with Military S.G.L.I. (tfn) Nurseries Kindergarten C-7 LITTLE ANGELS NURSERY SCHOOL privately owned new location now enrolling ages 4 and 5. 634-5267-526-3783. (8-24) 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 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323. Air Cond. Heating C-21 GEORGE'S AIR CONDITIONING HEATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen House Repairs C-28 Painting: Interior Exterior Sheetrock Repair Formica Counter Tops Floor Tile Light ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Frid av Aii gust 1 / 19 3 $ In support of the 2nd Armd. Div. Unit-of-Choice (UOC) recruiting program the 2nd Armd. Div. Display Van was in Louisville Ky. during the 2nd Armd. Div. Association's 19th Annual Reunion The van was on display in front of the Gait House the Louisville hotel which hosted the WW II HOWers. Since its first show at last year's Heart O' Texas Fair in Waco the van has been displayed in nine states from California to Florida covering 21000 accident-free miles. Staff Set. Charles D. McAnally van NCOIC estimated that some 35000 people have viewed the van and he points with pride to the fact that the van has never missed a scheduled show. "That truck itself has helped to change public opinion of the Army" McAnally attests. "We pulled a group of Irish tourists out of a ditch in Orange Tex. and then met up with them again in Ontario Calif. In fact they flagged us over to the roadside to reafirm their appreciation. It's beautiful public relations." But the pressure of ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 17 August 1973

Page Twelve-B THE MANAGER From STUART HALL Organizer Notebook With Clip 97c COMPOSITION BOOKS Assorted Colors 27c BEE LINE LOOSE LEAF DIVIDERS llc PRANG KANTROLL No. 938-8 Colors PRESSED CRAYONS 23c MARKETTE FELT TIP MARKER 29c KINGS BACKER & HURRY 2 & 3 RING BINDERS 77« ALADDIN' INSULATED THERMO Exclusive 3206 E. Hwy. 190 OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9:00 to 9:00 SCRIPTO ACTION PEN Positive Two Button Action 49' SPECIAL OFFER FLAIR Porous Point Pen Assorted Colors 19' PORTFOLIO BRIGHT COLORS 13e PROTRACTOR 6-INCH RULER 9C ALADDIN See Thru Binder Pocket Size 9V2'-'X6" 17' GIBSON'S has the Best for LESS CORKITE MESSAGE BOARD 15"x9" Just WRITE N' WIPE GIBSON' 4 FORT HOOD SENTINEL GIBSON'S has the Best for LESS GIBSON'S has the Best for LESS GIBSON'S has the Best for LESS &aefc to Sc/tool&ctfe MULTI- PENCIL PACKAGES WITH TWO POCKETS WALT DISNEY LUNCH KIT -4.-V.yj Bell ringing buys! On things for schoolbound girls and guys. For Moms on a budget. See... 25 PENCIL PACKAGES 47...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

VOL. 32 NO. 25 1 o£ FORT HOOD SENTINEL 'PUBLISHED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD.' FORT HOOD FRIDAY AUGUST 24 1973 0 •Published by Community Enterprises Incorporated a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. Opinions expressed by writers herein are their own and are not to be considered an official expression of the Department the Army. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not' constitute an endorsement by the Department of the products or serv.ces advertised.' Vv 'AVr"Vw. rif^v.VVt *V O -if1 ^V'.' V-^ 7S. jr *. t«: 7*/" 28 Pages

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Page Two-A By ROBERT PATTERSON And all we wanted was a watermelon. Sitting around on a hot Sunday afternoon makes the mind ponder about food. At least that's what mine does. Usually the topic centers around something cool and refreshing like ice tea lemonade and watermelon. Sure why not. I haven't had a good watermelon in a long time. The wives agreed on an ice cold watermelon so my neighbor Don and I set out on a journey that we thought would only take us 20 minutes or so. So we thought. Our first stop was a "local" grocery about five miles from our abode. The guy told us he might have one in the back and went to check on it. "Nope sorry I'm all out of them" he said. "I bought 31 of them last week and I'm all sold out." so much for stop No 1. After bidding farewells and learning that he blew the engine in his car we continued our search for The Great Watermelon. Stop No. 2 was at a small store adjoining an upholstery shop where the local rock band was holding their weekend practice...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Friday August 24 1973 »i Spending five years in Mexico could be enjoyable but not if one is spending them behind bars. Contrary to opinion Mexico does have laws against the abuse of drugs. With an increase ifi the number of Americans being charged with possession and the selling of drugs Robert H. McBride U.S. Am­ bassador in Mexico has recently issued some helpful information to Americans traveling in Mexico. Mexican laws against illegal use of drugs are strict and are strongly enforced. In some cases foreign in­ dividuals arrested for drug abuse are deported im­ JEFFEREY Our roving lensman was wandering in the surf along Galveston Island on the Gulf of Mexico when he came upon Cheryl Reinking striding out of the surf with this catch. Some Drug users warned of laws OFFERING PRIVATE CLUB FACILITIES OPEN 6 P.M. 11 P.M. CLOSED MONDAYS EYECATCHER mediately without trial as an undesirable person. Deportation means that the individual may not enter Mexico without special per­ mission fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Page Four-A 4 .. •T*N: Whats the fuss? Haircuts thats what! Every once and a while the Sentinel gets a letter or complaint about that one final haircut before leaving the Army. The soldier beefs that the Army insists on closely cropped locks before turning him back to the wilds of civilian life. When the letter is published the Sentinel gets another series of letters calls and notes from outraged commanders or sergeants major com­ plaining that heair regs are not being followed in some Ft. Hood units. "Some company commanders and first sergeants aren't doing their jobs" is the usual comment. When such a crossfire recently developed in the area of the Sentinel "hot-seat" a look into Army Reg. 600-20 was justified. Chapter 5 Section VI of this little gem covers appearance standards in the Army. First and primarily the regulation states that the soldier should present a "neat and well-groomed ap­ pearance". But the regulation then states that as long as the soldier's hair is kept in a ...

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