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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

Page Ten 3 3 A re /o VALUABLES SECURED 3 3 E tf te PORT a Best Coverage For Your Advertising Dollar In Central Texas 5 PHONE 526-5141 Mail To BOX 2 7 ILLEEN TX 7 6 5 4 1 5 5 3 FORT HOOD SENTINEL Mrs. Wright's. Easy! —10-Ct. Can Why Pay 15* Cake Mixes Salad Oil Margarine .S afew ay Big Buy! Orange Juice Scotch Treat. Concentrate Popsicles Refreshing! Pink Thing Sundae Cones Bullets $ 3 SAFEWAY WHY PAY MORE?? Can Biscuits Facial Tissues Mrs. Wright's Layer Cake Why Pay 72* Sunnybank Why Pay 57* Enriched Flour Truly Fine. Soft! ft 58* 2 4 °x. Bottle 0 nu-made. Cooking Oil Why Pay 95* 41* 84* Kitchen Craft Why Pay 89* *Based on Safeway's price for comparable National Brand item. Buy Try Com pare!. Why Pay More! iThese days everyone wants the most for their money without sacrificing value. Safeway Brands such as Lucerne Bel-air and Town House have the Safeway (S) on their label which is the stamp of excellence. S-Brands are substantially lower in price than NAME BRANDS even a Safeway's l...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

July 10 1975 ft The influence of GEN George S. Patton Jr. has been felt by every 2nd Armd. Div. soldier for the past 35 years a fact we are well aware of today. The fatigue uniform of every “Hell On Wheels” soldier is unique because of one dist- inguishing characteristic. The “Hell On Wheels” insignia is not worn on the left shoulder it is worn over the heart. A man who always demanded respect and loyalty to the division GEN Patton decreed that the patch would be worn over the left breast a position indicating spiritual loyalty and closeness to the heart. General Patton and COL Redding Perry were asked to design the patch which in­ Liquid Bleach Safeway Special! Vz-Gd. Plastic O I a O Irving Suggestion 4 Soup a W reipium Ground Beef iiwrmfa/forimmttAwG buck Roast Mori* Cut. •A flood Grade light Boot Lb. huck Steak muck Steak lib Steaks if Short Ribs corporated the patch designs of the American Tank Corps in 1918 and the 7th Cav. Bde. in 1933. The division patch was designed on a tri...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

Page Twelve 1st Cav. Commander's Wives Meeting The commander’s wives recently met for their monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Louise Becton. The meeting was preceded by a welcome to Mrs. Betty Bramlett. Mrs. Becton also welcomed Mrs. Carol Baugh Mrs. Eileen Wolfe Mrs. Petra Reese Mrs. Judy Jagielski and Mrs. Lucy Stricidand. Farewells were given to Mrs. Nan Junot Mrs. Peggy Heilman Mrs. Joanne Wentworth Mrs. Ann Watke Mrs. Joanne Blascak Mrs. Liz Clark and Mrs. Betty Jones. Concerning Officers’ Wives Club business Mrs. Becton reported that “welcome packets’’ are available from Mrs. Cianciolo the Red Cross chairperson is Mrs. Shirley Davis and the next Newcomer’s Coffee is July 22 at 9:30 a.m. at the officers’ club. Yearly Activities Sign-up Coffee will be held August 19 at 10 a.m. at the officers’ club. Mrs. Becton also reported that there is a need for anew membership chairperson for the 1st Cav. Further OWC news included information of the first guided- tour to Austin which will...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

Page Fourteen I I & How “quick” are you? How “prompt” are you? How ready” are you? Is “readiness” a part of your daily life? Should it be? Saying you’re ready is that enough? Is being ready and staying ready up to you or whose responsibility is it? Although the Division Troops of the 2d Armd. Div are not “everyday combat" soldiers they prepare their personnel for combat by classroom training participation in field ex- ercises and in “mock ar” situations. The 17th Eng. Bn. and the 502d MP Co. don’t really have to wait for a “mock war” exercise to find out if they can function in a combat at- mosphere. Their “daily work” is not much dif- ferent than it would be in a war time environ- ment. Training tor two missions is nothing new to the 17th Eng. (John Henry) Bn. They are the general engineer support for the division and III Corps. They are also trained to fight as in- fantry soldiers as requires. In addition they are one of two nuclear capable units in the division. The John Henr...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

Thursday July 10 1975 I •s* •ifp The two top teams in 1st Cav. Div. Softball “CSC” l/12th Cav. and HHB l/77th FA a gathered their forces at Massengale Field re- 1 cently. to settle the dispute for the best slow- pitch team in the “First Team.” The first game could have clinched the title for unbeaten “CSC” but their DivArty oppo- nents were determined to keep the victory coals burning and in the waning innings slipped by “CSC” 9-8 to force a final showdown for the 4 championship. Paul Young scored off a 1/77 error to open a "CSC drive that dominated most of the game. Jame$i Daniels gave a show of hitting strength as he knocked in himself and two other runners with a home run that provided a quick 4-0 score for 1/12 Cav. Not to be out- done. Charles Huff in the next play slammed I one over the fence for a five run lead for CSC **. The second inning found “CSC” playing practically flawless ball as their defense put three batters to rest in a row. A short pop-up to nght field by Henry ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

Page Sixteen r„1 hr 'J 1 A JJ’ #y :w 11 1H KM 11 Thursday July 10 12N Belly Dance class Academic Dr Rec Qr 6:30 pm Multi Media Show —NFHRecCtr 7:30 pm Discotheque w/d-j light show and refreshments Beginning Bridge class Fid- dlers’ Green Rec Qr. Dirt Riders Club meeting Table Tennis tournament Belly Dance class Academic Dr Rec Qr. Dance class Talent Show WFH Rec Qr A small group of men from the 2nd Armd. Div. will each receive an Expert Infantrymen Badge (EIB) for having recently completed an EIB training program administered by the 2nd (StLo)Bde. From the moment the men volunteered for the program until the last man had gone through the final proficiency test the EIB pro- gram was tough and demanding. There were manuals to be studied bodies to shape up and weapon functions to be learned. From practically every unit in the division came both officers and enlisted men 84 strong to face the challenge of EIB training. For almost four weeks prior to the test they re- ceived constant tra...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

4 Thursday July 10 1975 The Army version of the three ’s is somewhat different from that of the civilian world. In the Army the three R’s refer to readi- ness reenlistment and recruiting. While paramount emphasis is always placed on readiness the soldiers of “Hell’s Fires” DivArty 2nd Armd. Div. are keenly aware of the fact that maintaining combat readiness is a never ending job. “We are one hundred percent combat ready at all tim es” was the statement made by COL Robert L. Schroeder DivArty commander 2nd Armd. Div. “All battalion equipment is combat ready. The objective is to be able to deploy to the field with all our guns. If we do have any kind of a problem with equipment in the field that equipment is repaired in the field and re- turns operational. In order to maintain this constant state of combat reainess DivArty troops are always engaged in some form of training and instruc- tion. “Instruction” is a key word throughout the four battalions of DivArty. A unit can only be as c...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

jrPage Eighteen Editor’s Note: The following story was written by a soldier in Third Brigade Headquarters in Europe for Brigade ’75. A little over two and a half months ago 3rd Bde. began to deploy to the Federal Republic of Germany as “Brigade ’75.” Today it is a fully operational force ready to augment the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces in Europe. Between March and June it became a familiar sight to see planeload after planeload of troops dressed in jungle fatugues disembark at Air Force bases in Germany. They were greeted by varying degrees of weather from sunny days to cold snowy days but the change from the warm Texas sunshine didn’t seem phase them in the least. With a sense of pride and an efficient man- ner the soldiers of the 3rd Bde. moved into their new homes at Grafenwoehr Hohenfels and Wildflecken and went about the task of set- ting up all facets of their operations. There was no time wasted and each man knew exactly what had to be done. In short orde...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

Thursday July 10 1975 Theater No. 1 Hdqs. Ave. LET US CATER YOUR NEXT PARTY Orders-To-Go....699-6665 HE WAS TAKEN BY EVERYONE FOR EVERYTHING HE HAD. 4ow 's in to. sa th a le JO E O N CONNY VAN DYKE A E JOHN HURLEY nCKPEIERS S FnethtMKlby Jt EYE CATCHER WHILE PONDERING THE ESTHETIC BEAUTY OF THE PACIFIC through the lens of his trusty 35mm Jefferey our famous photographer chanced to catch a brief glimpse of stardom as he zoomed in on Jo Ann (Lt Dish) Phlug. Obviously used to ad- miring glances the lady flashed Jefferey one of her famous smiles causing poor Jef- ferey to trip on his shutter and foul on the film advance. Happily the lecherous Leica lover did manage to get at least one frame in focus. As he stumbled away Jefferey smiled as if he had if only for a moment been able to touch stardom. (Photo courtesy 20th Century Fox Studios) F'cdr.t ie Thursday July 10 “RANCHO Deluxe” (R) 6:30 8:30p.m. Friday July 11 “Rancho Deluxe” (R) 6:308:30 p.m. Saturday July 12 “Huckelberry Finn" (G) ...

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

Page Twenty ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice to Public 010 "W 't ive Up Until You et & W W A E S E IC E re in form a tio call 532-5079 9 AM to 5 PM. (7-24) WANTED 8 O ig W en fro rt Hood fo Ju lv to articip ate in are ducing ro ra ust be ale ast 10 pound rw ig to alify Call 526-8554. (7-30) 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 Open 7 in th rn in until 3 in th rn in ie 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 ten a ented by th ay W eek onth. Com bv an ake S le ti fro O a Stock. monthly entals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 W est ancier Ave. ille ............................................634-4742 (tfn) Air Con. Heating 050 N eed air On our A ir i- tio er W window nit or efrig erato r? New & sed rig ra to rs & window un- its. FO E BEST DEAL Call TA T'S E IG E A IO N & AIR CO N ITIO N IN SER IC E 634-8088 526-4626 Misc. Services 063 oi...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

Thursday July 10 1975 W: Readiness in the 2nd Armd. Div. means com- petent and well-trained soldiers. But along with the training a good soldier is “ready” also in other areas as well. The 2nd Armd. Div.’s varied education program allows every soldier to continue his education so that he is ready for challenges both within the Army and in civilian life as well. ____ Several educational avenues are open to all “Hell On Wheels” soldiers high school col- lege preparatory vocational and college level courses are all offered during duty hours. As soon as anew soldier enters the division he is advised while processing through the replacement center on the educational op- portunities available to him. “We try to make the first contact here and tell the soldier about the educational program in the division. We get his records straight and make sure he knows what’s available” said Mr. John Southard Director of the 2nd Armd. Div. Learning Center. After the soldier is settled in his unit he ca...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

Page Twenty-Two United we stand divided we fall. “Unity and working well together is the key to a strong combat ready it” feels COL Jam es Armstrong 4th Bde. commander. In order to function as a combat ready unit everyone must work together towards a com- mon goal. A soldier may be doing his job well but until it is combined with everyone else the goal cannot be reached and the unit fails in its mission added COL Armstrong. Unity and working well together is what is In coping with any tactical situation one of the primary requirements for adequate pre- paration is an acute awareness of the situation. At the 1st “Tiger” Bde. heavy emphasis has been placed on sharpening this awareness. In training throughout the year along with technical experience in the Army’s own weapons went throught training in any enemy weapons that might be used against them. In every unit such training makes the dif- ference and the amount of training is directly proportional to the degree of readiness it pro-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

4 VOL. 34 NO. 19 By BEKY BEATON Divorce once considered a socially unacceptable sin is now commonplace. Although accurate figures were not available anywhere on Ft. Hood indications are that divorce is even more common in the military than it is in the civilian world. What is unique about the military that causes more couples to seek divorce? Historically the Army has not been considered a family an’s profession. Even now new enlistees must sign a form stating that the Army is not responsible for sending an individual to places where his dependents may accompany him. In recent years at- tempts have been made to increase the role of the family in the total service experience. However according to an ACS marriage counselor soldiering still makes or breaks a marriage faster than any other profession because of the fast pace and intensity of Army life. Alcohol and/or other drugs infidelity and finances are the three most common re- masons given by couples nationwide in seeking a divorce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

Page Two-A “Stormy Monday" an up-tempo blues by Lattimore filters through the dance area of the Saber Club. Blending with the music a smooth voice comes over the microphone from the stage where the disc jockey (DJ) sits playing popular music tunes of the day. “Good even- ing ladies and gentlemen” the voice says soft- ly “I’m the Tower of Power and I’ll be your host for tonight.” Looking at the man behind the voice and then the slogan of “more platter and less chatter” you’d never guess that he’s 34 years old a husband father of two and a veteran of 14 years of military service. With his clean- scrubbed look close natural and tall slim GET OUT OX THE FLOOR AND DANCE!” With music provided by the “Tower of Power’’ (SSG Edward A. Powell) couples at the post Saber Club can’t stay in their chairs. The disc jockey assigned to the 13th COSCOM’s 391st Sig. Co. works twice weekly spinning platters and bending the elements of a relaxing evening at the popular club. (U.S. ARMY PHOTO by SP5J. Ty...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

Thursday July 17 1975 THIS W££K: PPC Karen G. Bembeneck 391st Signal If they want to drink they could wait until after work they don’t have to do it during duty hours. The fourth annual Lampasas Spring Ho was kicked off a day early this year with the help of the 2nd Armd. Div. Band and members of the 2nd Bn. 50th Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. Last Wed- nesday evening these soldiers hit the road with their bicentennial flag pageant and presented the Army tribute to the nation to a full house in Badger Stadium. Lampasas is just the first stop on the road for the flag pageant. Periodically the members of the “Hell On Wheels” Band will leave Ft. Hood and take their musical revue of the Army’s his- tory to people in San Antonio Houston. New Mexico and possibly other states as well. The next stop is Gatesville later this month. “It’s a nice break from the routine and we enjoy getting away to see other places” SGT David Stapp and SP4 James Neal stated. Both soldiers are members of “C” Co. 2nd Bn. 50...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

‘Page Four-A WANTED: Recently I saw a white soldier trying to pull out of a parking lot onto busy Head- quarters Ave. at the height of the going-home rush hour. It appeared that no one was go- ing to stop to let him into traffic. Then a black soldier braked his car and waved at his white colleague to pull out. The "white soldier grinned and waved back giving the clenched fist black power salute. It was a small incident that involved only seconds but it struck me as having some greater significance. In that sort of simple gesture of friendship and tolerance may lie the solution to probably the greatest problem plaguing this post: racial ill will. It is no secret that there have been fights and other incidents at Ft. Hood that seem- ingly were racially motivated. There is an effort underway by Gen. Shoemaker and others to find answers to this situation. There is no easy answer and I won’t try to offer one. But somehow in that brief encounter between white and black soldiers the answer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

Thursday July 17 1975 Car#Home#Fire a Another Hollywood disaster epic is due out soon and I had the privilege of serving as technical adviser for the production. The title is “The Giant Armadillo That Ate Copperas Cove.” It’s a big budget picture with a cast of several. There are no big name stars but a sterling script and along list of veteran supporting actors make up for other deficien- cies ine story concerns a group of Japanese scientists who discover away to make armadillos grow to gigantic size by feeding them radioactive hockey pucks (Don Rickies will love this picture). PHANTOM 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 in your area will be unannounced and informal. You probably won’t know I’m there checking up on your efficiency management and friendly attitude toward your fellow soldiers and citizens. CUT THEM OFF A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

Page Six-A As the nation’s Bicentennial approaches the United States is taking a look at its national symbols with renewed interest. This may well be the time to ponder why an old bell with a gaping crack up its side is revered and esteemed by millions of Americans. In 1751 the colonial assembly of Pen- nsylvania decided its new statehouse needed a bell to summon people to meetings. Since there were no bell foundries in the col- onies the assembly sent word to their agent in England to “get us a good bell ... of about two thousand pounds weight. Let the bell be cast by the best workmen and examined carefully before it is shipped. SUBSCRIBE TU THE TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM “The Leading Newspaper In Central Texas" READ LEISURE MAGAZINE In The Sunday Telegram Complete TV 6oide & Amusement Section DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME DAILY AND SUNDAY FOR ONLY OO 3 Per Month Call The Dealer In Your Area. KILLEEN 526-5141 or 634-0252 MARKER HEIGHTS 634-0252 COPPERAS COVE 547-3752 NOLANVILLE 628-3142 fv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

July 17 1975 7Hrt&i6 odktocm Beans Van Camp's Pork & Beans. S a fe a 16-OZ. Big Buy! flll Flour Ovenjoy Enriched. Safeway 5 Big Buy! Bag 4 Frozen Food Favorites! ange Juice ch Treat Concentrate. Vitamin 'C'! Refreshing! -Seltzer erine id Extra Dry II Shampoo ffles IQ* Strawberries29* k-Count 3-ox. Pkg. Trophy. Sliced. 1 0 Pkg. limp 99* Cut Corn 29* Trophy 8-ox. Pkg. Scotch Treat 1 0 Pkg. eenPeas 29* Popsicles 34* TrMf 10-OX. Pkg. Snack Tmat! ... A-Rar Plra. -Bar Pkg. Antiseptic Mouthwash Liquid Powder Micrin Plus Remember the old saying birds of a feather flock together?” In other words ‘in- dividuals with common interest tend to seek each other’s companionship. Was it chance that brought two sisters and their brother together at Ft. Hood? The meeting of SP4 Sonya Gross SP4 Shelia Baker and PV2 Nathaniel Gross (Nate) here was a family reu- nion come true. “When I look back at how Shelia and I et” said Sonya “I laughed about it.” Sonya wears glasses and one day while at the W...

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