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

Friday? September 7 1973 PRETTY CHEERLEADER Mary Ann Morales a Houston Oiler cheerleader shows who's she for in the Houston-Baltimore game played last COLUMBUS Ohio (AP) Coach Woody Hayes expects in fullback Harold (Champ) Henson this fall. Henson scored 20 touchdowns to lead the nation in scoring last season. He is 6-foot-4 and scales 228 pounds. Sixteen of Henson's TDs came in Big Te Ten play. 709 W. Hwy. 190 Killeen Phone 634-4812 BRIDGES INSURANCE msm The big Buckeye back can surpass Glenn Davis' record Matador "X" 2822 E. Hwy. 190 mmm Saturday night in the Astrodome. Her yelling was worth it as the Oilers won the contest 20-9. (Photo by John Savard) if he gets 40 touchdowns in his final two seasons. flows at the sound of the word. Mayday is the international voice radio code used by vessels and aircraft in distress to draw attention to an emergency plea for aid according to water safety of­ ficials with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. "Distress" and "emergen­ cy" are t...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Page Six-B There's more than getting a ticket involved when you are stopped for DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) you may loose your license or serve five years in the state penitentiary. Not too many people know exactly what happens when you are stopped in your vehicle for DWI. The Central Texas Alcohol Safety Action Project (ASAP) is trying to inform the people of Central Texas about drunk driving and its fatal consequences. The ASAP Rehabilitation Education Coordinator is Nancy Eyman. Mrs. Eyman is a graduate of Harding University in Arkansas and a speech major. Mrs. Eyman along with Lt. Col. (Ret.) Hugh Oliver a courts probation coordinator are the main speakers while on tour with the ASAP high­ way safety lab. Last week the ASAP mem­ bers gave their lecture- demonstration to members of the 1st Bn. 3rd Field Arty. (1/3 FA) 2nd Armd. Div. Mrs. Eyman explained the function of the ASAP program and the primary directive of the one out of 38 a A S A organizations. "We are not here at F...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

imber 7 1973 mill# UVCIIIO Llll IVIIVU IllVV Pntatn Phinc Vitamins Right Guard $1 .39 $1 .29 8-01 •Natural Scent Ca 5-or. Car •Powder Dri 'e Black Pepper Saltine Crackers Safeway Big Buy! Tomato Catsup Highway. Rich Flavor! Compare These Safeway Money-Saving Values! W m*|f*|1Af| Town House. Medium Grain 16-oz. 22* 14-OZ. Bottle Shop and Save/ Fruit Drinks 25* Cragmont. Chill and Serve! —46-oz. Can Salad Dressing Toilet Tissue Creamy! Iir27 35* 14 9* For Dishwashers. White Magic 20-ox. Box 14-oz. Can Powder. White Magic 15.5-oz. Can Old Pal. Economical! Multiple. Safeway —lOO-Cr. Bottle Compare These Safeway Low Prices! Kotex Napkins 30* pkins New Freedom Feminine Napkins 49 Liquid. Palmolive 22-oz. Plastic Anti-Perspirant Charmin Paper Napkins Xc'13iTc-34 Boned Chicken Town House. Source of Protein! 16-ox. I SCv Safeway Big Buy!' Pkq. Safeway Big Buy! Kl Party Pride. Twin Pack. Safeway Big Buy! Pkg. \\M II Van Camp's. In Tomato Sauce 16-oz. I ^#9 |m Safeway Big Buy! Can XI 39 23 Tra...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Page Eight-B Home services expand '•For the military and their dependents "home" might be any place from Ft. Hood Tex. to Bangkok Thailand. Because of the transitory life of the military and the sometimes long-term separation from relatives many unusual and distressing crises can occur. Ask Mrs. Brown whose husband is overseas. If she gets ill she faces the added problem of how to care for the children. Mrs. Jones who is pregnant and doesn't drive also knows the anguish of not being able to use the hospital facilities while her husband is in the field. It is- problems such as these which the Home Management Service (HMS) is striving to alleviate. For the past year and a half HMS has been assisting families in PYROMANIA—Sfc. Donald Morrill of the 2nd Armd. Div. Chemical Section provides assistance to Staff Sgt. Victor Rodriguez Co. "C" 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. at the House Creek Flamethrower Copperas Cove and Ft. Hood and all senior citizens throughout the county. At a recent meeting of th...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Friday- September 7 1973 OUCH THAT HURT yells Pvt. Ken­ neth Buggs when he is "knocked for loop" by Pvt. Michael Hoop. Buggs had just manipulated an obstacle at one of nine stations on the 1st Cav. Close Com­ bat Confidence Course which is desig­ ned to give infantrymen an opportunity This is not the case of those personnel in the 2nd Bn. 66th Arm. 2nd Armd. Div. when they were allowed to view their loved ones in action on the tank gunnery ranges recently. Before firing Lt. Col. Richard Feeney battalion commander welcomed the dependents and expressed a sincere appreciation for their coming. "The display" Feeney said "has been set up so you can better under­ stand the type of training that we do in the battalion." Captain McConnel Coak- well "A" Co. commander then gave the guests a range safety briefing. In addition to the briefing dummy rounds were also placed on display. With the help of a main battle tank (m60Al) Coak- well showed the guests the Summer Time Specials from L&L L...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Pano Ten-B Insurance C-4 MIDLAND I 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) Furn.-Upholstery C-17 7 "Piece Living room suit. $169.95 'Discount Furniture 315 North 8th J634-0323. AirCond. Heating C-21 GEORGE'S AIR CONDITIONING f- HEATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Lawn ]Mower Rep. Air Cooled Engine Repair 525-8(102 414 West Hwv. 190-Killeen (tfn) Misc.. Services GS2 PAT'S COIN SHOP Coins & Supplies AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR COMPASS AND BOUNTY HUNTER METAL DETECTORS Open niNMI to IS.'iO Hours Killeen 526-5584 EMBROIDERED NAMETAPES For Flight Suits and Fatigues 3 FOR $1.00 Immediate Delivery. NAMETAPES Dept. PO Box 513 • Wichita Falls TX 76307 TYPING NEED Some Typing Done Proiessionallv? Call 634-1881 after 5 P.M. (10-19) RENTALS Miscellaneous For Rent D-13 We Rent MOOST Everything KILLEEN RENT-ALL 1407 East Highway 190 Killeen 634-8160 (tfn) FOR RENT Washers & Dryers Available ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Friday September 7 1973 Week after week I chide the military personnel when fuel spills occur as the result of poor main­ tenance or inattention. Well fear not you dudes in green motorcars today is the day we take a quick shot at a POV-type. It seems that I was aroused from a deep sleep by the screaming red machine Sunday and ever in pur­ suit of flame and scorchin' I beat a hasty path in the direction of the fire fanners flame crew. There it sat near building 14008 a POV with a leaking gas tank. The puddle of fuel had caused some consternation to the inhabitants of the building and fearing an eruption of an open-air gas grill the fire department was called in. Later in this report we will take a poke at another POV with a leaky tank. Perhaps one of the oddest incidents to require the aid of the post firemen happened later on in the day. My dinner was interrupted when a call came in to the fire house summoning the fire department to Bldg. 100 an electrical sub station where an elec­...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Page Twelve-B I I m- •l. it 4 FOOT BUCK LIGHT & FIX 14" Reg. 19.95 BOW OR STERN LIGHT Reg. 2.98 Operates on batteries "C" Clamp mount HUNTING SLINGSHOT 25 Cal. Ball Shot Reg. 1.37 1035 Jasper OPEN SUN. thru FRI. 9a.m. to9 p.m. I CLOSED SATURDAY NO SKINNING NO GUTTING NO TANNING Reg. 11.98 WOVEN BEDSPREADS Stock up now at this "Doorbuster" I price on Woven Bedspreads. Machine wash and dry. Available in variety of color combinations in mod plaids and multi-color stripes. Twin or full size at this super low price. TWIN OR FULL SIZE YOUR CHOICE Great for students Great for sportsmen Great for hobbyists A New And Easy Method Of Taxidermy You Can Do At Home DO IT YOURSELF KIT TAXIDERMY COMPLETE MATERIAL IN THIS KIT 88 SPRINT CAR WAX NO BUFFING JUST WIPE N' SHINE 67 1 WHITE SHEETS GIBSON'S I FORT HOOD SENTINEL IBSON'S "WHERE YOU ALWAYS BUY THE BEST FOR LESS" DISCOUNTCENTER & DISCOUNT PHARMACY Polyester PERCALE SHEETS FITTED Twin-Reg. 1.87 Queen-Reg. 3.77 0^6 King-Reg. 4.37 SCHOOl f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

VOL. 32. NO. 28 ouT*^. 3T By BOB ALLEN Restrictive Sanctions for discriminatory practices in Off-Post housing is an action Fort Hood is directed to take against property owners against whom a com­ plaint has been received and substantiated. The on post agencies responsible for receiving such complaints are the Directorate of Industrial Operations and the Directorate of Human Resources Development. Both offices are concerned with Equal Opportunity for Military Personnel in the Off-Post Housing Program at Fort Hood. The two activities are designated to work hand in hand to develop programs designed to create and take maximum advantage of every reasonable oppor­ tunity for assuring that off-post housing facilities are not denied any individual on the grounds of his race color religion national origin or sex. When all military members meeting the ordinary standards of character and financial responsibility are ableto obtainoff-post housing in the same manner as any other person without ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

Pa«»e Two y{ •:-A r c'-A JEFFEREY Swinging through the trees one day our own Jeff found another swinger in the person of Geri Glass Playboy's September foldout model. As he counted the freckles *If you are "into" scenic beauty and turned on by the unusual can dig a tourist at­ traction that is peaceful and quiet without a raucous car­ nival atmosphere then you would enjoy a visit to the utiique Aquarena Springs in beautiful old San Marcos Texas. The springs are (especially romantic to visit vyith spouse or date. I See the submarine theater where you can view precision ensemble and solo perfor- Go to the top hotel in New Orleans for only $16 single or double*. 0hhhhYeeeaah! IM*A\arnott (MILITARY I Triple 1 I I DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE I I This certificate entitles you to —-our special military rate. I I I I Regular Rate $27 .Military Rate $16 Single j* Double $36 $16 ($8/person) $39 $21 ($7/person) •'Quad $42 $24 ($6/person) "'Special military rate good any "Ffiday Saturday or Sunday on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

Friday September 14 1973 -y 1 a $ SPIDERS WEB Pvt. Gary M. San­ ders appears to be caught in a web as he tosses a barbed wire entanglement on the back of a truck during the recent cleanup operation conducted by the 15 S&T Bn. Barbed wire boxes am­ Ever dream of Christmas shopping without the strained budgets and pushing crowds? Well the Army and Air Force Exchange Service is trying to make the dream come true with its convenient layaway plan. As exchanges everywhere receive seasonal merchandise and toylands prepare for Sep­ tember openings it certainly is not too early to begin thinking about those long nagging holiday shopping lists. Smart shoppers can start whittling down those lists right now by setting aside gifts on easy AAFES layaway. By concentrating on the lists now the chances of forgetting some relative or friend are veryslim which makes for a happier Christ­ mas for everybody. IINHIIIIIIHilHIHIIHINI OPEN: Lay away Christmas gifts now /V\ regular and markdown goods. Ge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

Page Four CHAMPUS look closer Rep. Lane Denton says With most of the other Ft. Hood area news media the Sentinel attended the local media club meeting this week when Rep. Lane Denton from nearby McClennan County (Waco) spoke Denton is chairman of the Public Welfare Subcommittee from the Texas legislature. This particular subcommittee has been making some startling discoveries about the care given ex-- ceptional and disturbed children in private in­ stitutions around the State of Texas. To date sickening stories have come forth from one prominent case in south eastern Texas where one instiution owner has been indicted for murder. Other tales of beatings shaved heads administrations of tranquilizing drugs and dipping children into septic tanks have multiplied in subcommittee hearings. Denton alleges that public agencies including CHAMPUS have not monitored the privately run children's homes in Texas as closely as they should. In addition he stated that parents of CHAMPUS beneficiaries...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

JFriday September 14 1973 Payments for educational services will be deleted from the basic program of the civilian health and medical program of the uniformed services (CHAMPUS) The Department of Defense is taking this action after deciding that Congress didn't intend to provide educational services under the basic CHAMPUS program. Benefits for qualified children of active duty .military personnel under 'CHAMPUS Handicapped Program aren't being modified and special education will continue to be available to them. Recently educational ser­ vices for out-patients were discontinued even though some beneficiaries of the ser­ vice had a medical diagnosis which indicated such a ser­ vice was needed. Educational service for in­ patients will continue as long as such service is normally provided by the facility as part of the medical package. This coming New Year's Day CHAMPUS will discon­ tinue the educational service payments to these patients unless the resident facility is Keep it* 11 S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

Pii«e Si\ TOASTMASTER John H. Tschirhart Toast- masters Area 7 Governor and President of the Lonestar Club in Ft. Hood and James Pattillo Vice President of the same club both from Cop­ pers Cove were among the judges selecting the Miss Cirlema of 1973 in Copperas Cove. John Tschirhart said he wias grateful for the oppor­ tunity given to Toastmasters of the Lonestar Club to par­ ticipate in s' ch community events. He made it "perfectly clear" that in addition to being interested in all com­ munity affairs they were not too old to enjoy especially an eye-catching thrill as in this Mifes Cinema contest. The Lonestar Club mem­ bers meet every Wednesday at .11:30 a.m. at the Ft. Hood Main Officers Club to conduct a program in communication and leadership. Anyone can attend these functions without charge. For further infor- rrjation call Major James Camp at 685-5230 or James Pattillo at 547-5244. owe -Officers' Wives will be h'o-lding their bowling organizational meeting Sept. 19 in the P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

Friday September 14 1973 War hero honored The new guest house on Hood Road will be dedicated at 10 a.m. on Sept. 20. The Robert Leslie Poxon House as the new facility will be designated is named for 1st Lt. Robert Leslie Poxon who lost his life while on duty with the U.S. Army in Tay Ninh Province Republic of Vietnam on June 2 1969. For his heroic efforts in defense of his country Lt. Poxon was post-humously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. During his term of service in the Army he also earned the Bronze Star Air Medal and Purple Heart. Lt. Gen. George P. Seneff Jr. Ill Corps and Ft. Hood commander will dedicate the new guest house. The 1st Cavalry Division Band will assist in the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Poxon of Detroit Mich. parents of Lt. Poxon will be at Ft. Hood for the dedication. Fun waits in Scouts Philip King's hilarious comedy "See How They Run" is the latest production being offered by the Ft. Hood Community Theatre. Perfor­ mances are scheduled for Wed. Se...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

Pii«»e Ei»hl smmmm **-*»&V* 4 s^» '•PA S "v Sunshine boats and girls make a great day in Austin There was lots to see at the Austin Aquafest when the World Fuel and Gas Drag Boat Races were held on a portion of the Colorado River called Town Lake. As dragsters rocketed along at speeds approaching 100 m.p.m. great spectacle moved both on water ana land.Fantastic boats with chrome-plated engines were the main attractions. But beautiful girls doing all kinds of things in all kinds of attire battled for the sunlight while some girls kept to the more traditional roles such as sporting bikinis or riding motorcycles others moved into the pits to show the other mechanics how it is done. What ever the taste there was lots to see when the girls out did the waterborne dragsters at the Austin Aquafest. IV '-.-XN «C*R** ^vs ~v'* Photos by Robert Patterson •m FORT HOOD SENTINEL mam S S& Friday September 14 1973 V/' V/L MiM* MWeHT VP/* .f..» .* •. "•V !f v«

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

Friday September 14 1973 W CHAN6E of COMMAND AWARDS 2AD AWARDS The following individuals received awards in the 2nd Armd. Div.: Brig. Gen. John A. Maurer Hq. & Hq. Co. Meritorious Service Medal (MSM) Maj. Virgil C. Moore Hq. & Hq. Co. MSM Maj. Rodger E. Rendahl Hq. & Hq. Co. 1st Bde. MSM and Cpt. George Basso Hq. Hq. Co. 3rd Bde. MSM. Those individuals receiving the Army Commendation Medal (ARCOM) included: Master Sgt. Nevis Day Hq. & Hq. Btry. DivArty Cpt. Jesus V. Bustamante Hq. & Hq. Svc. Btry. 1st Bn. 92nd FA Spec. 5 Kevin P. Burch "A" Btry. 1st Bn. 78th FA Cpt. James T. Cassey "C" Co. 1st Bn. 41st Inf. Spec. 4 Thomas R. Hayes 502nd AG Co. Maj. Albert L. Mitchell Hq. & Hq. Co. Cpt. James E. McDonnell Hq. & Hq. A2nd Bde. and Spec. 5 Max Warden 502nd AG Co. 2AD ON-THE-SPOT The 2nd Armd. Div. spot promotion program entitled 14 Pfc.s from 10 HOW units to wear the rank of Spec. 4 during the month of August. The Dept. of the Army authorizes Hq. 2nd Armd. Di...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

A good driver keeps his vehicle in top operating or­ der. this rule not only applies to a car but also a tank truck or jeep. And the per- sonnel that keep the 2nd Ar- md. Div.'s 1st Bde. "run­ ning" is "E" Co. of 124th Maint. Bn. Technical Supply Unit. The Technical Supply Unit supports the 1st (Tiger) Bde. with Class 9 times (ordance repair parts). The unit sup­ plies all sections within thelst Bde. except medical cryp­ tographic and aviation. Second Lieutenant William "Parker Tec. Supply Pit. Ldr. explains the mission and the functions of the Technical Supply Unit. "Besides giving support with Class 9 items we func- tion basically as a receive store and issue area. The items for repair are ordered through the Division Materiel 'Management Activity '(DMMA). When the items rfeturn we hold them until a representative from the sec- tion submitting the "distribution comes to pick them up." Parker continued "On the average we have ap­ proximately 400 requisitions for parts come through ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

er 14 1973 EVERYDAY LOW Saltines Melrose Soda Crackers Slab. Rindless. I Crisp and Delicious! —Lb. Jg 'e Armour Star Romaine Lettuce Red Radishes Green Onions Crisp Celery Mill PRICES! COMPARE 16-oi. Box vanilla Wafers Graham Crackers Animal Cookies Crackers 16-ox. Pkg. 16-ox. Busy Baktr Pkg. Busy Bakir Busy Baker. All Purpose! Breakfast Favorite! Sliced Bacon $119 lunch Meat Safeway Wieners Safeway Bacon Armour Bacon Link Sausage Eckrich Sausage Armour Hot Dogs Sliced Salami Sliced Bologna Sliced Bologna No. 1 Quality Sliced Armour Star MiraCure 6-oz Pkg. Safeway. Cooked Oscar Mayer. All Meat 8-oz. Pkg. Softwar. Large Site VtR.Julsr or 'A'Thick Ausset Potatoes 10£99 US#1. For Baking! Energy Food! 4 Little Pizzas M. p°g0'594 £T694 Close-up 264 Large Heads —Each 114 Crunchy! Cello 154 Tasty! —Bunch 354 Large Stalks I —Each Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Toothpaste. Freshens Breath! 574 —4.6-oz. Tube Tea Bags Canterbury. Orange Pekoe Hershey Cocoa Coffee Tone Nestle'sQuik Chocolate Syrup Finest Qual...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

i»e Twelve 2Ss .... (Jl* TAKING IT EASY A couple discover a relazing way to enjoy the weekend at Belton lake. A nice ride in a paddle boat seem to suit the fancy of the two Sometimes even a Yale graduate needs a few years in the National Football League to get himself properly oriented. Calvin Hill Class of '69 describes the differences bet­ ween his Rookie of the Year season and 1972 when he became the Cowboys' first 1000-yard rusher. "As a rookie I was going pretty much on natural ability alone" Hill says. "I just did what comes naturally and it worked out pretty well (942 yards rushing). "But I kept getting hurt and finally after the 1971 season I had knee surgery. Last year I was physically limited because of my knee. I had to concentrate on inside running and power running. "I learned how to read my Fish studied Braving crocodile-infested streams and four types of malaria two biologists have made initial preparations for study of the Nile perch in Africa. The two Bob Chew of th...

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