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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

Page Four-A With today’s sleepy economic situation coupled with smooth talking though not always honest recruiters the Army’s enlisted force is reaching full strength. Because of the great influx of “quality” troops enlisting in our volunteer Army recruiters are more selective in their enlistment practices and elimination of Selective Reenlistment Bonuses in many MOSs and stiffer controls have brought about a reduction in reenlistments. Yet even on the verge of busting out at the seams the Army has yet to institute a program by which dissatisfied and disillusioned enlisted men and women can resign from military life and be replaced by an enlisted force that is willing to conform to military ideals. Disgruntled soldiers are not always first term enlistees but in many cases Vietnam era career soldiers who find new policies and regulations hard to un- derstand and comply with. Sergeants and junior NCOs are no longer a symbol of authority but looked upon as peers by many in the lower en...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

Thursday July 31 1975 Thanks for your help. The moral is this quaint example Is to do just the best you can Be proud of yourself but remember “THERE IS NO INDISPENSABLE MAN! You’ll never guess what happened to me yesterday. I was just sitting in my burrow reading the Ft. Hood Sentinel and sipping an Armadillo sarsaparilla when I received a phone call from a very disgruntled baseball franchise owner. He wouldn’t diclose his name over the phone but I gathered from his tone that he was a little upset. “Is this the Armadillo?” he asked. “Indeed it is” I replied. “We have a problem” he said and as the conversation continued I found that he did indeed have a problem. It seemed that the Baltimore Armadollos of the Prairie baseball league had lost their ace pitcher with a sprained shell. When I asked what that had to do with me he replied that he had heard my name mentioned in baseball circles around the league as having been an ace pitcher in my heyday. When I acknowledged this he asked me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

Six-A FORT HOOD SENTINEL Best Coverage For Your Advertising Dollar In Central Texas PHONE 526-5141 Mail To: PO BOX 27 KILLEEN TX 76541 FORT HOOD SENTINEL Published Exclusively For Ft. Hood Personnel 1 CRAGMONT IT’S A FACT. Bananas Golden Ripe! Top Quality! Lb. Large Tomatoes Russet Potatoes Red Onions Tender Broccoli Italian Squash Romaine Lettuce Texas. 22 to 26-Lbs. A Must for Picnics! Compare Size & Quality! Anti-Perspirant Extra Dry 9 9 -Each Arrid XX ★6-oz. Can 16 Russet Potatoes 10.l.b9$l 69 Fresh Carrots Red Radishes Assorted Flavors! Safeway Special! *8 Canned Pop Blackeye Peas A f' SEE HOW MUCH YOU CAN SAVE i.-WWWDS SAVE YOU SSASHtt.C«ST 8R£*it»5 0!J5T See the comparison buggies in your Safeway during S-Brands Week! A Price Comparison was made of the items dis- played. Safeway's regular prices of both National Brand and Safeway Brand products were used. A saving of over 20% way items.<p></p>SAFEWAYSafe­thebuyingbypossiblewasBrand Safeway. US —1 Baa Crunchy F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

Page Eight-A PedThe & United States Army Chaplains celebrat- their 200th Anniversary July 291975. Short- ly after the founding of the Continental Army on June 14 1775 Congress established a military chaplaincy to minister to the needs of the soldiers. For 200 years in peace and in war that ministry has continued. Although it has taken new and different forms its mission has been the same: to bring men to and to bring God to men. §Revolutionary SGod A Changing Nation In the early stages of the Revolutionary War town militia went out to fight the English. Throughout the land many churches supported the fight for independence the clergymen of all faiths oftentimes accompanied their congrega- tions into battle. Some served with official ap- pointment and without pay. Others were de- signated as chaplains and assigned to regi- ments and brigades. The uniform was usually that of his civilian counterpart: the long black coat so common in villages throughout America in the 18th century....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

Page Ten-A 5 TEAM WORK SAVES LIFE SP5 Jtueben Johnivan (lower left) helps follow 'rescuer SP4 James Handy ease the un- conscious injured body of PVT William '}ay (center) down from the power lines of telephone pole. Jay received several severe burns while trying to install aircraft warning devices. The injuries Rendered Jay unconscious and he had to be rescued by Handy assigned to the 16th Sig. Bn. and Johnivan assigned to the US Army Communications Cmd. (Photo By Johnnie Cole ARNG) By L.G. FAISON According to statistics at the Post Safety Of- fice (Bldg. 2302) nine persons in the Ft. Hood qrea failed to heed water safety precautions so far this year. Of the nine fatalities seven were Swimming related one boating and one a training exercise related accident. The drown- wings began in early June after two servicemen Succumbed in separate incidents. ^.Statistics reveal that within the last 27 days $f fiscal year 1975 four fatalities occurred Mr. Barton post safety director said that a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

rsd a July 31 1975 The practice ring at the 1st Cav. Div. Horse Platoon stables at Ft. Hood was the scene of a county wide clinic for 4-H Club quarter horse owners and riders last Thursday. More than 50 youths from the Ft. Hood 4-H Horse and Pony Chapter 4-H Horse Clubs from Bell Milam and Coyrell counties and the Killeen 4-H Horse Club were present with their mounts to receive instruction from Miss Barbara Nagle a student from Texas A&M University at College Station. Miss Nagle who is a horse program assistant at Texas A&M instructed the 4-H Club groups in the train in te hniqu es of basic horsemanship ground maneuvers and the grooming of animals. The objectives of the various blocks of in- struction by Miss Nagle were to give the stu- dents an overall view of the responsibilities of horse care and ownership. Joe D. Geistweidt assistant Bell County ex- tension agent attended the show to assist the Ft. Hood 4-H Club Chapter in co-ordinating ac- tivities and hosting the meeti...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

Page Twelve-A (HO SK 2nd Bn. 5fth Inf. The Copperas Cove home of Mrs. Robert a^Cook was the setting for a recent coffee for of- JMicers’ wives of the 2nd Bn. 50th Inf. A local nursery provided information on the I ipcare of plants and flowers. A display of various ^plants was included. Business for the upcoming month was dis- j£cussed along with future OWC events. Mrs. James Lenon was welcomed into the Sbattalion. The August coffee will be held on the l£home of Mrs. Robert Butler. 1st Bn. 92nd FA Mrs. Phillip M. Speairs was welcomed at a recent salad luncheon in the Copperas Cove home of Mrs. Lewis Smith. Following the luncheon Mrs. Speairs con- jjCducted a business meeting. Mrs. Robert *?Marshall was welcomed as a newcomer to the ^•battalion. Mrs. Huey Brooks volunteered to y!write the battalion cookbook. 2nd Bn. 5th ADA Mrs. William Winzurk was the hostess for the July brunch for the 2nd Bn. 5th ADA held re- ticently. A lovely arrangement of yellow and white |«daisies adorned the ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

Page Fourteen-A Ft. Hood officials have received notification that Ft. Hood has been officially recognized as a Bicentennial Installation by the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration. Ft. Hood’s celebration of the Army’s Bicen- tennial officially began on June 14 in conjunc- tion with the Army’s 200th birthday. An estimated crowd of 15000 Central Texans participated in the day long activities which in- cluded exhibits static displays of over 50 dif- ferent military vehicles displays of weapons a demonstration by the 1st Cav Horse Platoon selected open houses military vehicle rides and a demonstration by the 6th Cav Bde (Air Combat) motorcycle platoon. An additional 10000 spectators poured in to richard Troopers from the 1st Cav. Div’s 1st Bn. 6th FA recently found themselves with anew ‘name and anew unit. The 1st Bn. 6th FA was officially redesignated the 1st Bn. 82nd FA ^during a ceremony July 10. It marks the first time that the entire 1st Bn. J82nd FA “Flying Horse arti...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

Page Two-B Summer Midweek Getaway Rooms $24* per day! a ilo -m a yo a a tion at S ost a a tio site an in with a ro W a ate at only $24 day. sin or le. ild re 12 are free in a ro ou II fin in you an to ad for a perfect in i-v a a tio golf tennis ate sp rts a rid- ing. food in in a a in At a a in a tifu a Travis in th Hill Country a Austin a just a rt driv a a rv a tio re- ire 512'261-6600. 'I effect till S 17. 197$. a S a $40 day. akew ay 101 Lakeway Drive Austin. Texas 78746 FORT HOOD SENTINEL Best Coverage For Your Advertising Dollar In Central Texas PHONE 526-5141 MAIN FLOOR Activities of all kinds take place in the main gymnasium which con- tains three separate basketball courts separate scoreboards and a four lane track. The floor is made of a soft artificial covering. (Photo by John DeVarennes) TRAINING HEAVEN An avid weight lifter Wally Rodriquez “B” Co. 502nd S&T uses the wall-mounted pulley weights in a practice session in the exercise room. A 16 station Universal Gym is...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

Thursday July 31 1975 II I I I I Dorothy Holmes shattered the long standing myth that pitchers can’t hit as she led her Ft. Hood teammates to a decisive 12-10 win over Lakewood Mobile Homes to clinch the Killeen Women’s Slow-Pitch Softball League title. Holmes picked up om entum for the Tankers after trailing 4-0 in the fourth inning after belting a triple to drive in two badly needed runs. Three more singles by Ft. Hood produced one more run but the title-bound team soon lost steam. Lakewood then retaliated striking with two runs in the fifth inning to stretch the gap 6-3. After two outs in the sixth inning Pat Tessier threw her consrevative strategy out the door as she slammed a home run to again pick up momentum for Ft. Hood. After a walk by Nan- cy Cortez Grace Riley smacked a home run to tie the game 6-6. The sixth inning ended with one more run by Lakewood for a 7-6 advantage. MAD DOG VACHON ALSO: RINGS Wally Rodriquez “B” Co. 502nd S&T proves that rings can be just plain ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

Page Four-B By BARBARA SORENSEN The energy crisis is here! Many of the people around us have responded by buying smaller cars or using that somewhat rusty 10-speed left in the garage since the doctor advised more ex- ercise. But as will always be someone has to go to extremes for a cause. It appears at first glance that the extremist combating the energy crisis at Ft. Hood is SP4 Daniel Dorsett of Hqs. Co. 4th Bde. He has taken to the byways and highways of Ft. Hood with his novel way to save time and gas he rides a unicycle. He admits “That isn’t truly the reason I ride my unicycle to work but many people seem to think so as I pedal by them in the morning. It all started when he was a little boy grow- ing up in a friendly neighborhood in New York (where else but New York could such things take place). “Wien I was six or seven it didn’t matter what it was if someone got something new on the block we all had to have one. It just so hap- pened my next door neighbor got a unicycle. He ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

Thursday July 31 1975 S I S' r. The 6000-plus visitors who enter the 2nd Armd. Div. Museum each month step into a treasury of information about the history of “Patton’s Own.” Artifacts and photos from the various units in the division tell many colorful stories of their efforts in the defense of our na- tion. But all these exhibits did not just happen without a lot of hard work and time. During the past year the museum has gone through a complete metamorphosis from “ugly duckl- ing” to “swan” through the efforts of the museum staff. Where rows of bare long glass cases of medals relics and captured weapons once stood there is now a series of exhibits which are as interesting and varied as the subjects they treat. Colored lights highlight the displays and bring out the beauty in each. The museum staff has a number of talented soldiers each interested in “doing his own thing” and at the same tim serving the division. Private First Class Rick Spicer joined the Army with several years of...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

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Page Eight-B Thursday July 31 12N Belly Dance class Academic Dr Rec Ctr 6:30 p.m. Puzzle night NFHRecCtr 7:30 p.m. Dirt Riders Club tin ale is tourney Belly Dance class Academic Dr Rec Ctr. Bridge class Canasta class Fid- dlers’ Green Rec Ctr. Dance instruction—WFH Rec Ctr By RUDY PURIFICATO Sing dance or clown your way to stardom. Ft. Hood and the Army needs quality enter- tainers to replace pro talent in the club systems. The move toward an increasing use of in- Army talent was prompted by several other military installations in both the U.S. and Europe that have incorporated the idea suc- cessfully. It’s also a means to stave off spiral- ing costs of professional entertainers while giv- ing talented young soldiers needed exposure^ In Europe for instance both the Army and Air Force have booked some of their own rock jazz and dance bands to perform in military- sponsored night clubs scattered throughout that continent. However according to Proctor Wilbanks Director of Recreation Se...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

^Thursday. July 31 1975 ESTHER’S CHAPARRAL RANCH 1 OUT OF BREATH while hiking around the hill country down near Salado Texas Jefferey spotted Debbie sun- ning herself on the wall of the Salado Creek Bridge. Being appreciative of what nature has to offer Jefferey tried to Rental Horses Group Trail Rides O en 10*7 Daily Closed monday *3.00 Per Hour W western Riding Lessens 9 Mi. S. Killeen en FM 4 4 0 (817)634-9035 Come On Out! PAN-AMERICAN CLUB Featuring: LIVE SPANISH MUSIC & DANCING Every Weekend OPEN 6:30 Midnite Favorite everages Located: End of Robin Lane In Harker Heights WE HAVE GOOD MEXICAN FOOD ALSO BUFFET SERVED Mon. thru Fri. 5 p.m to 8 p.m SEVERAL FEATURED EACH DAY 1 a. rain For Law E nforcem ent VA APPROVED STATE POLICE 06TCCTIVE COUNTY MARSHAL HARBOR PATROL DEPUTY SHERIFF BAILIFF CITY POLICE Mail To: PO Box 885 Killeen Tx. 76541 BARBER SHOP CACTUS I0TGE Restaurant 1 2 1 7 E. 1 9 0 COPPERAS COVE (CLOSED SUNDAYS) AFTER FIVE SPECIALS Choice Sirloin Steak Rag. $5.60 .......

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