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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 June 1975

Page Ten •I 1st Bn. 78th FA The officers’ wives of the 1st Bn. 78th FA {are busily preparing for Brigade 75-11. At a cof- tfee sponsored by Mrs. August M. Cianciolo and [Mrs. Grant R. Weedbury plans were made to tinform all the wives in the battalion about the tsix month unaccompanied European tour and to maximize communication between all the [families involved. Mrs. Shi la Cianciolo introduced an honored [guest Mrs. Frank A Partlow to the wives. Mention was made of the next bake sale on duly 1 and the hobby luncheon on June 25 to [learn the craft of dried apple Grandma dolls. Mrs. James M. Mann was welcomed into our Wive’s group and a farewell gift was presented [to Mrs. John A. Dubia. t! The hostess gift was awarded to Mrs. Henry McFarland Jr. and their June coffee will be tgiven by Mrs. Michael L. Waldron and Mrs. [Clarence P. Toranto. 124th Maint. Bn. Officers and wives of the 124th Maint. Bn. ^recently gathered at Lake Belton for a hail and [farewell picnic sponsored by E Co. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 June 1975

Thursday. June 19. 1975 GOLDSTEIN-MIGEL 11 Waco Tomplo f«-I What’s a chic black woman going to wear on her face? The same high fashion cosmetics Ebony magazine models wear! presents FASHION FAIR This week only! Fashion Fair’s Fabulous IV is all yours with any 6.00 or more purchase Every single product color and idea is tested on the Ebony beauties before Fashion Fair approves it for their collection. It is the perfect make-up for the chic black woman. A Fashion Fair make-up consultant will even be on hand a the downtown store to personally assist you in your beauty program. And to present this new line of black cosmetics G-M is offering a special gift collection. Included are: the All Aglow gel stick you can glide along the cheekbone areas for that radiant glow. Full-sized lipstick gives you a super shine in a super color. The Beauty Mask helps skin look refreshed by tightening and toning as it gently peels aw a deep-down dirt and impurities. Noir fragrance for a quick refreshment i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 June 1975

Page Twelve 1 Thursday June 19 12N Belly dance lessons Academic Dr. Rec Cntr 2 p.m. Jr EM Wives Club Meeting-Academic Dr. Rec Ctr 6:30 p.m ountry & Western Request Night North Ft. Hood Rec Ctr 7:30 p.m. Belly dance lessons Dirt Riders Club Ta- ble tennis tournament academic Dr Rec Ctr: Bridge Class Women’s pool clinic Backpackers organizational meeting Fiddlers’ Green Rec Ctr: Dance class WFH Rec Ctr Changes in Zone A and Zone Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRB) Multipliers for cer- tain Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) have been announced by a DA Message in May 1975. The effective date of these changes is July 1 1975. Regarding eligibility through modification of service obligations those individuals who re- enlist on or after July 1 regardless of normal ETS will be paid the SRB in effect on July 1. The following guidelines are to be used to de- termine the authorized SRB level for in- dividuals who reenlist in MOS numbers: (1) SRB-2A 17B Field Artillery Radar Crew: 92C P...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 June 1975

I Thursday June 19. 1975 Firebird Ft. Hood’s 218th Med. Det. is one of two Army crash and fire sur- pression teams trained to deal with downed aircraft and survivors. The Ft. Hood team consists of 23 mem- bers. Two UH-1 helicopters specially equipped with water tanks hose boom wench and emergency first aid facilities —are the unit’s primary equipment. Based at Hood Army Air Field the unit provides emergency fire suppression and crash rescue assistance. “We’re called in between 15 to 20 times each month” in- dicates CPT Brian Thiel 218th Med. Bn. commander. The captain states that nearly all calls are standby operations. “A warning light will flash on” he says “and the pilot will call for assistance. Firebird crews have had two crashes since the first of the year however. Only one resulted in a fuel seepage and small INTO THE FIRE The firefighter and medic enter the simulated crash to rescue survivors. While rescue crew moves in v" j#? sv Vi.-'.# ..... |f| fire. The biggest crash ope...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 June 1975

Page Fourteen By RICH LAMANCE Sports Editor The last chapter of George Santiago’s Army career came to a close after over 20 years of service and most people have never even heard of him. Santiago may never have been a medal of honor winner but the contents of his highly acclaimed boxing career could fill the pages of a best selling novel. Santiago began slugging at the age of 15 and boxing has been his life ever since. The Puerto Rican native became the best junior boxer on the small island and from there his profession spiralled. Santiago made his debut as a military boxer while stationed in New Jersey in 1949 becoming the New York State Golden Gloves champ. After being Santiago.. .All-Army great Tryouts slated Tryouts for a post drill team will be held Thursday June 19 at 6 p.m. for all in- terested service women. The tryouts will be conducted by Kathleen Powell who holds an impressive record in competitive marching events. The tryouts will be held at Prichard Stadium. In other sp...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 June 1975

Thursday June ly 1975 mmtm I WHILE TAKING IN A LITTLE FLORIDA SUNSHINE Jefferey chanced upon lovely Andi Urse as she lay on the sand trying to even out her tan. Jef- ferey unable to understand how such a It was an event of large proportions last Saturday’s celebration of the Army’s 200th birthday. So to suit the occasion a freshly baked cake of large proportions was on hand. At the end of the ceremonies a cake measur- ing 12 feet long and 8 feet wide was wheeled on a gamma goat into Pritchard Stadium and as the crowd of birthday well-wishers looked on was wheeled around the track and came to rest in front of the stands packed with people who were just beginning to realize how hungry they were. The cake was the result of a full two-day labor of the 1st (Tiger) Brigade. A dining facili- ty was set aside strictly for the creation of the cake which took 84 five-pound cans of cake mix. The gigantic piece of pastry was actually 27 A luncheon will be held Wednesday June 25 at the MiniDome ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 June 1975

Page Sixteen BUSINESS SERVICES Nurseries/ K'garten 036 IL E E N N S E a ild are te r. icen sed mirth to 12 ea rs. W weekly an hourly rate O pen 7 in th rn in until 3 in th rn in 203 W washington tre t. 634-7431. Radio/ TV Service 044 RENT A TV ran N ew 19 inch rta le ith Built-in A tena. ented by th ay W eek onth. Come by an ake S le tio fro O a Stock. monthly en tals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 W est ancier Ave. ille ............................................634-4742 (tfn Misc. Services 063 O in S E O O I". a rtle tt Texas. Am look- ing fo a rafts and an a ifts to sell on consig nm ent. If in te re ste call hyllis 817-527-3294 or S ara 817-527-4363 or rite to Box 488. artlett. as 76541. (6-26) oins & Supplies A then tic Indian Jew elry (N a a jo Hopi Zuni S an to Domingo) HUNTLEYS COIN GALLERY A cross ro cD onald's On ancier ___________________(tfn) & UPHOLSTERY & CARPET re E stim ate & ickup 526 Shady Dr. Killeen Phone: 699-7878 O ners enneth ood im unsinger REA...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 June 1975

Thursday June M9 1975 What is Madison A venue’s most powerful selling tool? Is it the “hard sell’’ or repetition? Is is the obnoxious com- mercial or the celebrity endorsement? Of all the angles which one works best? Surprisingly it’s the lowly “slogan” or “jingle” that sells more items than anything else studies conducted by a not- ed advertising agency showed recently. The little combination of words that’s “catchy” or the tune that sets your foot to tapping moves the goods. The jingle and slogan are these days so closely related as to be almost interchangeable. If you have any doubts call a group of people together and see how many slogans and jingles your group can remember. Chances are you’ll surprise yourselves. The longest running slogan may well be “Cowchips Tastes good like as a cigarette should.” But even it’s being phased out being replaced by “Don’t ask me why I smoke as me why I smoke Cowchips.” Could it be (cough cough) they feel they have to justify (Hack Hack) why th...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 June 1975

Page Eighteen BY JOHN MCMULLEN Models most of us made them when we were kids. Some of us have “out- grown” them now (if that’s ever possible) or just plain lost interest. There are pro- bably even a few people who never ex- perienced the fun and challenge of build- ing models as a youngster. But one thing’s for sure you don’t have to be adolescent to dig models. Adults dig’em too! Take SSG Ebb Owen of Hq. and Hq. Co. 1st Cav. Div. Owen has combined his en- thusiasm for armor from his years in the Army as a tanker and an avid interest in making models. In his spare time he makes (what else?) arm or models and dioramas the latter exhibits complete with landscape miniature figures of soldiers and arm or vehicles such as tanks anti-aircraft guns personnel car- riers and jeeps. Recently Owen completed a Korean War diorama which can be viewed at the 1st Cav. Div. Museum. The exhibit con- sists of a tank and a jeep with 24 soldiers set in a reproduction of a Korean early summer landscape. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 June 1975

VOL. 34. NO. 16 By su McCl To all the strange and perplexing rid- dles this land refuses to give up we can now add the search for Gen. Flores. Locked in time guarded by the spreading leafy arm of a native oak tree the general has slept for over a hundred years —until a year ago when a sudden Texas downpour washed open this door to the past revealing in a freak occurrence an unsolved riddle a man who never was and a pandora’s box of questions that now threaten never to be answered. It was thus in May of 1974 that Ft.Hood unwittingly became involved in a series of events both puzzling and enlightening fascinating even while threatening to become mired in a swamp of bureaucratic questions concerning Army or civilian authority for further investigation. THE FIND It was early on a May morning when SFC Krattli decided to gather rock forma- tions for his aquarium. The Ft. Hood re- gion abounds with fossilized sea shells and other interesting relics of the past. Recent rains had softened th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 June 1975

Page Two By TOM HART ie tea ra ert M. Shoemaker III Corps and Ft. Hood com- mander took an hour out of his busy schedule Monday to talk with this re- porter. The general fielded questions like a pro as he spoke candidly on everything from the new club policies to haircut re- gulations. Keep the troops informed The interview was the first part of a widespread effort by Shoemaker to keep the troops informed as to the policies and programs of Ft. Hood. Key note of the conference was the up- coming policy concerning the sale of alcoholic beverages during duty hours. Effective July 1 there will be no alcoholic beverages sold by the drink during duty hours. The policy Shoemaker explained is not designed to curb alcoholism in any way. Said Shoemaker “I finally decided to do it because we here the management of Ft. Hood if you’d like to call it that either encourage the drinking of a beer or two at lunch or we don’t. I’m pretty certain that having a beer or two during lunch does not improve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 June 1975

Thursday. June 2 i. 1975 A single horse and rider from the 1st Cav. Div.’s Horse Platoon brought the final payment of the $1.2 million loan used to build the Mini Dome during mortgage burning ceremonies Friday. Exchanging the $23166 check for the mortgage to the building the papers were then set ablaze before a crowd of spectators. Burn- IN FLAMES Final payment of the $1.2 million loan used in building the Mini Dome is made and the mortgage is burned during a Friday afternoon ceremony at the club. Given the honor of burning the building’s mortgage is CSM E. W. Jones Ft. Hood command sergeant major. (Photo by Bruce A. Overholt) The Main Post Exchange Store at Ft. Hood will remain open until 8 p.m. on June 30 July 14 30 and 31. All facilities of the Main Exchange store will be available at these late hours. The Main Exchange will be kept open as a service to its customers in an effort to offer additional shopping opportunities. 13TH ZERO DEFECTS Mini Dome open to all EM ranks ost E xc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 June 1975

Page Four a vife Ma CIRCUS S. Come on gang enough is enough. Friday the 6th Cavalry Brigade (Air Combat) welcomed aboard its new commander. The ceremony would have brought a tear of pride to the eye of Cecil B. DeMille that Hollywood king of extravaganzas of old. DeMille was famous for assembling a sts of thousands.” Move over Cecil here comes the 6th Cav. Somehow Friday’s pageant was the cork in the bottle of wretched excess. The recent Army Bicentennial celebra- tion was probably a fitting tribute to the Nation’s oldest military service. After all 200th birthdays don’t come up too often. But less than a month before that Armed Forces Day was noted in May. Granted the event was greatly curtailed from past years. But why do anything at all in the way of public ceremony with the Bicentennial bash staring us in the face? Next will come the 4th of July open house which from the looks of the mission letter setting it up will be only slightly less elaborate than the Bicentennial doings. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 June 1975

Thursday. June 2 1975 II Meet Your Insurance Man Bill Jackson ARMADILLO TRIVIA The following area couple of little known and probably less cared about facts concerning our namesake the Armadillo. While you may not see the significance of this information now just wait there will come a time when you find yourself using this information. For instance you may be at a cocktail party and find yourself in need of an “icebreaker.” You may be trying to impress your future father-in-law with your worldli- ness. You could need something to talk to your girl about between features at the local drive in. With all these possibilities in mind did you know that PHANTOM THE PHANTOM IS BACK (Look over your left shoulder) My motto is “Seek and print good news and bad news.” That means everyone has two opportunities to make news and figuratively speaking get a pat on the back (proximity and force varying.) My appearance to your area will be unannounced and informal. You probably won’t know I’m there ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 June 1975

Page Six HOI 1st Bn. 67th Arm. The officers wives of the 1st Bn. 67th Arm. recently gathered for their June coffee at the party room of a Killeen apartment. The hostesses were Mrs. Keith Workman and Mrs. Gary Smith. Farewell was said to Mrs. Donal Me Bee whose husband’s new assignment will take them to Ft. Leavenworth. Also farewelled was CLUB CORNER “Them Changes” will swing into the enter- tainment scene Friday evening at the Main NCO Club. Syndicate of Sounds returns Sun- day. Saturday’s entertainment at the Main NCO Club will feature an authentic Hawaiian luau. Such specialities as Kalua Pig Teriyaki Beef Stripes Long Rice W aikiki Chicken Polynesian Ribs Poi salads and a variety of Sother items. A floor show will begin at 9:30 p.m. featuring the Kalaaina Hawaiian Hula Troupe. Reservations cam be made by calling 532-3317. Friday evening the Mini Dome will host the variety group “Good Bad and Ugly.” “The Twiliters” bring country and western plus variety sounds on-stage Saturday a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 June 1975

hursday. June 2 6 1975 Head heart hands and health these four words are represented on the emblem of the 4-H Club recognized by many. While the first clubs wefe rural oriented the organization to- day has followed the country’s population into urban areas. The 4-H program at Ft. Hood was the first non-specialized urban club organized within Bell County. The Temple Kennel Club was the first urban 4-H Club formed in the county ac- cording to an extension representative from the Bell County Agent’s office but this or- ganization is specialized not full spectrum as is the Ft. Hood 4-H Club. A part of the Dependent Youth Activities (DYA) the post’s 4-H Club is open to depen- dents of active or retired military and civilian employees between nine and 19-years-old. While not offering all activities available through the 4-H program the Ft. Hood group does offer eight special programs as well as an opportunity to develop and participate in in- dividual projects. The Ft. Hood Officers’ Wives...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 June 1975

Page Eight Thursday June 26 Noon Belly dance lessons Academic Dr. Rec Ctr 2 p.m. Jr. EM Wives meeting Academic Dr Rec Ctr 6:30 p.m. Chess tourna- ment NFH Rec Ctr 7:30 p.m. Belly dance class Dirt Riders meeting able te is torn Academic Dr Rec Ctr Bridge class Women’s pool clinic Texas travel films Fiddlers’ Green Rec Ctr. Modern dance class WFH Rec Ctr The Texas Hill Country through which the Pedernales River runs became a welcome Isight to a group of men and their dependents from HQ. & HQ. Trp. 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. 2nd 'Armd. Div. as they took time out from routine ’duty for a troop tour. Last week a group of some 50 people com- prised of both soldiers and dependents from HHT” 2/1 Cav. visited the Lyndon B. -Johnson State and National Historic Park. The tour began at the LBJ State Park locat- ed across the Pedernales River from the LBJ 'ranch. At the state park the group from HHT •viewed numerous peach groves typical of the Texas Hill Country. The LBJ State Park is said to “inter...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 June 1975

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 June 1975

a jjr TVn During a time when the world is plagued with internal problems and other troubles it is com- forting to know that within the ranks of the military are individuals whose primary con- cent is the protection of life. Members of the 720th MP Bn. serving in Operation New Arrivals” at Ft. Chaffee have demonstrated their quickness in responding to emergency situations. Through round-the- clock operations the Ft. Hood MPs have shown themselves to be significant contributors to the welfare of Vietnam refugees at Ft. Chaffee. One such emergency happened to PFC Joel Allen. SUBSCRIBE 10 THE TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM “The Leading Newspaper In Central Texas” READ LEISURE MAGAZINE In The Sunday Telegram Complete TV Guide & Amusement Section DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME DAILY AND SUNDAY FOR ONLY 0 0 Per Month Call The Dealer In Your Area. KILLEEN 526-5141 or 634-0252 MARKER HEIGHTS 634-0252 COPPERA S COV E 547-3752 NOLANVILLE 628-3142 (Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes. A...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 June 1975

June 2 6 1975 On July 27 the United States Army Medical epartm ent will celebrate its 200th an- niversary. Two hundred years ago the Con- tinental Congress established a medical service which was the birth of the Army Medical Department as we know it today. Through these two centuries the Army Medical Department has served the sick and wounded American soldiers all over the world and has performed a vital role in the development and advancement of medicine throughout the world. The history of the U.S! Army Medical Department began at Boston Massachusetts td-Ripe. From Texas iaf Lettuce led Cabbage (Mil' omatoes —Lb. Green. Californio For Colorful Salads driety & Qualify at Safaway! antaloupes CO atv Rich and Flavorful |risp Carrots 'esh Broccoli tell Peppers omaine Lettuce lotting Soil iquid Plant Food Safew ay Crunchy ragmont Cola 9C* pushing With Snacks! 32-oz. Bottle I unk Tuna rrn Chips ire Mustard widen Corn aghetti per Napkins A Each California. Fresh and Tender 4 lb. Texa...

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