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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

Friday September 14 1973 7W ICT tiSi NFL season op£A/s... PoLPHihls PALLAS CCM/ecfe ys/tLL IASSO Aircraft aides wardens in law enforcement RAY'S S & S CARPET "NEW LOCATION" 1509 FM 440 (Corner Jasper & 440) 634-5124—Killeen OPEN-7.-30 A.M.-4:45 P.M. Featuring: Armstrong E & B Firth Burlington House Barwick Galaxy You get a full 25 c/c *hirlu^li discount off ree"lar coach prices." No need to wear a uniform. ust show your active-duty ID card. tun* Jibtuuhc* appl on all Amtrak (raim r«wcp( picriuuih I .tic (fjiiiv .mJ .n dumber coache*. LBap WILL OYER. TH -^9ers CHICA60S BEARS! Game wardens are finding out how effective aircraft can be in helping them with their job. During the past few mon­ ths four Texas Parks and (Si KZi •5* Lfi ON YOUR NEXT LEAVE HAVE SOME FUN LEAVING. TAKEATRAIN There's no quicker way to unwind than on a train. And there's plenty of action too. People to meet. Room to move around. Good food at prices that don't dent your wallet. Refreshment at the snap...

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

Fourteen SPORTS Husker back cornfused By JERRY REED Will the real Anthony Davis please stand up? After the U.C.L.A.-Nebraska game last Saturday afternoon in Lincoln it's hard to tell who's who. You see the Nebraska Cornhusker's star running bapk is named Anthony Davis but goes by the name of Tony. To the U.C.L.A. defenders he resembled Hjeisman Trophy candidate Anthony Davis of the Southern California Trojans who are in the same con­ ference as the Bruins. "Now everyone knows about the latter Davis. He \tfas the fellow who beat out starter Ron McNeil for the tailback position of the Trojans' National Cham­ pionship Team. He didn't start in the opener against the Arkansas Razorbacks last year because McNeil happened to be in the spot that Davis had been reared at for so long. After the Arkansas game it looked like Davis would sit on the bench for the rest of the season McNeil gained 117 yards in that con­ test. *It wasn't two games later that McNeil was collec­ ting splinters and Ant...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

Friday September 14 1973 By JERRY REED Sports Editor There is plenty of action in the Southwest Conference this weekend in the initial contact for the gridsters. There are six games slated for tomorrow. The highlight game-of-the- week will be the contest bet­ ween the Arkansas Razor- backs and the Southern California Trojans in Los Angeles. The Trojans are the nation's number one ranked team in preseason. The Hogs are rebuilding a tfeam from a 6-5 club in 1972. U.S.C. is led by Heisman Trophy candidate Anthony Davis. In 1972 Davis ran for 19 touchdowns and rushed for over a 1000 yards. He didn't start against the Razorbacks last year in The course will be open Saturday for practice from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Entrants who want to run on Sunday only must pre-register as such on the entry blank. The SCCFH will have an informal party on Saturday. Due to a large turnout in March the limit on entrants has been increased to 150. 'Overnight Camping areas will be available please in­ N a Golfers!...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

Pii»e Sixteen NBC debuted two new situation comedies Monday night as part of the much heralded NBC '73. Lotsa Luck with Dom DeLuise will need just that. Diana starring Diana Rigg will need even more since her series has the unfor­ tunate fate of following the first disaster. NBC has touted the DeLuise vehicle as a "brassy ONLY comedy the opening episode dealt with DeLuise's sister in the series. Somehow Olive manages to get her foot stuck in a toilet bowl. Stanley Belmont (DeLuise) manages to free her but breaks the bowl at the same time. Well it also happens to be her birthday and you can guess what she gets for a present. Training designed A training program desig­ ned to provide needed skills £nd prepare lower graded civilian employees for greater responsibilities through training at local colleges and universities will begin in September according to Mr. Gayle Toliver Civilian Training Officer. As many as 24 civilian em­ ployees were recommended by their supervisors to begin stu...

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

Friday September 14. 1973 Kill# Mi fy# S'^J --v iSllllfcii! ft MARCHING ALONG—Troops of the tank destroyer school here at Ft. Hood ..-.-11111 nm A special course to aid military personnel in bridging the gap between high school achievement and admittance to college will be offered beginning October 9 at Cen­ tral Texas College. The course is sponsored by the Education Center to assist in training career per­ sonnel who need an associate degree in realtion to their Calling all chili chefs Chili cooks from Ft. Hood Bell County and Coryell County will be gathering their cooking stoves tables and other incidental and miscellaneous cooking equip­ ment secret ingredients con­ diments and all that stuff tomorrow. Yes the 2nd An­ nual Greater Killeen Cham­ ber of Commerce Chili Cook Off will be getting under way with preliminary judging starting at 11 a.m. and final judging starting at 2 p.m. The contest to be held at the Mid Town Mall in Killeen is for men only. Winner of the Cook Off will...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

Pajie Eighteen Sentinel lANNOUNCEMENTS Personals B-2 WANTED 10 Overweight Women For September To participate in a reducing program. Must be at least 10 lbs overweight to qualify. Call 526-8553 7. Piece Living room suit. $169.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323. ^ir Cond.Heating C-21 GEORGE'S AIR CONDITIONING HEATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Lawn Mower Rep. C-29 Lawn Mower Repair HORN'S AIR COOLED ENGINE REPAIR 526-8602 414 West Hwy. 190 Killeen PAT'S COIN SHOP Coins & Supplies AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR COMPASS AND BOUNTY HUNTER METAL DETECTORS Ojx'ii to 1830 Hoars Killeen 52fi-5584 EMBROIDERED NAMETAPES For Flight Suits and Fatigues 3 FOR $1.00 Immediate Delivery. NAMETAPES Dept. PO Box 513 Wichita Falls TX 76307 RENTALS Houses Unfurnished D-8 FOR RENT: Unfurnished House 3 Bedroom Garage 1 Bath Fenced 2 'Children Nice Neighborhood. $185 'plus Utilities $100 Deposit. 547-2643. *(9-14) Miscellaneous For Rent D-13 We Rent MOOST Everything KILLEEN RENT-ALL 1407 Eas...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

Friday September 14 1973 Toyland 9opening 2AJ) Reup cite causes A Job satisfaction security and the VRB were cited by the Division Reenlistment Of­ fice as the primary reasons for the upward trend in reenlistments for August in the 2nd Armd. Div. According to 2nd Armd. Div. Reenlistment Office figures the division rose 23 per cent over the month of July in August pushing ahead of the 1st Cav. Div. and 13th Spt. Bde. for the The grand opening of the newly remodeled Four Seasons store and PX Toyland will be held at 10 a.m. on Sept. 17 according to Mr. G. E. Jorgenson general manager of the Ft. Hood Ex­ change system. The PX Toyland in Bldg. 136 will be stocked with a complete selection of Christ­ mas toys including tricycles for the young set and bicycles of all speeds. Ex- change patrons are invited to take advantage of the PX Lay-away plan for Christmas shopping. Under this lay- away plan only 10 per cent of the purchase price is initially paid and the balance may be paid in 3 payme...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 September 1973

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

VOL. 32 NO. 29 mmmM «r^7v FORT HOOD SENTINEL "PUBLISHED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD. FORT HOOD FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1973 Mii. "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 of the Army. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of the products or services advertised." tf K.v e* ISMMta I -f nv. iwmmm MHOf aaasi ''-v iVv--"- v'A Q« FK6E 8 A... 32 Pages

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Page Two-A sdl §fc4£s*M$£ 8 JEFFEREY Still in the trees our celluloid talent •scout came upon Jeannie Wilson the former Miss .Texas who has so often caught our attention. Jeannie is an aspiring actress with lots of talent as you can see. (Photo courtesy Bob Brackett Sahara Hotel Las Vegas) ik We've been in the service longer than Baron von Richthofen. Fact is when the Baron enlisted in 1914 we had already completed some 30 odd years of service helping men and women just like you solve problems just like yours. And we're proud of our record. So if you have a financial problem —big or small—stop in or give us a call. With more than 1700 offices coast to coast you'll always find us nearby and ready to help. Borrow up to $5000 from HFC... an equal opportunity lender. We've been helping more people solve more money problems for more years than any other company of our kind. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARY COMPANIES KILLEEN 304-306 8th St. Commercial Bldg. PHONE: 526-3001 TEM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Friday September 21 1973 4v^- JOLLY GOOD SHOW Checking out the shot grouping on the target of Pvt. Lloyd Hand 1st Bn. 50th Inf. (AIT) 2nd Armd. Div. Sir Peter Hunt British General Sir Peter Hunt chief of the United ^Kingdom's general staff* .viewed Advanced Individual Training (AIT) with the 1st Bn. 50th (Mech.) Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. last week. General Hunt arrived at •the Owl Creek Range to view Tank class orient crew Last week the members of :'the 1st Bn. 67th Arm. M"Death & Destruction") con­ ducted a military orient cour- |*se. The test was used to ^determine tank crew "proficiency in tactical situations. The various stations used in the orient course were: pre-operations check placing the turret in operation zero pressure test machine gun assembly and disassembly bore sight and zeroing crew duties missile sub-system loading and misfire procedure occupying a defen­ sive position and post ^operations check. Battalion commander Lt. Col. Vernon Ebert explained how the course was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Page Four-A It seemed like a garden party By JOHN GRABOWSKI Organization Days for institutions are supposed to be a drag like a non-alcoholic office party. At least that's the way most of the ones I've been to turn out. More often than not they are ambitious affairs that turn into big brassy (and brass-dominated) shows that manage to turn off just about everyone who has to go but the VIP's Maybe it's the New Army or maybe it's the fact that the Cav. was putting it on but the First Team's celebration last week was a far cry from the review- laden bores I'd sat through in the past. This one had all the makings of a real party and the folks GI's and their families for the most part acted like party'goers enthusiastic and festive. There was something for everyone. Wednesday's schedule was relatively traditional as over 4000 spectators traveled to the field to see maneuver elements of the Cav. do their things at Bushy Knob. In late afternoon the mood changed from tactical to reflective a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Friday September 21 1973 DOESN'T LIVE IN A BOTTLE but seh'll cast a bit of magic anyway! Private Two Eugenia Poydack is the first WAC to be assigned to the 169th The 2nd Armd. Div. has been assigned responsibility for the supervision and con­ trol of the Ft. Hood units par­ ticipating in next month's I Heart 'O Texas Fair in Waco. Additionally HOW will represent III Corps and Ft. Hood at the annual event which this year runs from Oct. 2-7. Equipment for the displays will be accompanied by per­ sonnel qualified to assemble operate and give functional briefings on the exhibits. An operational field mess for the Ft. Hood contingent of approximently 100 people is to be supplied by the Div. Spt. Cmd. Sleeping facilities will be provided by the National Guard Armory in Waco. The Ft. Hood Advanced Marksmanship Unit's presen­ tation will include a BB gun firing range that has six firing points with five small targets per point. Certificates of achievement will be given to those who particip...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Page Six-A By WILLIE MOWTZ Listen my children (you grown-ups too) and you shall hear the faublous tale of the Foreign Legionaries (553rd). Twas in early spring in '73 that exile was placed on more than one company. Through the spring rains mosquitoes cattle and deer the unit battled the fierce unknown forces—Army reserve units. Then—come midsummer. triumph at last! Who could suspect by sheer con and deception they would infiltrate the enemy's midst and gain valuable ground. From then on despite the 'wrath of God" they went on from victory to victory with their trusty can­ non "Smokie" close at their side. In April elements of the 553rd Supply and Services Bn. under the command of Lt'. Col. Robert Barrett went TDY (temporary duty) but without the special pay to North Ft. Hood (NFH). The commander was deisgnated Deputy Post Commander of NlfH and tasked to open camp and serve as a site sup­ port for Reserve Components (RC) undergoing summer training. 'Tent City* was their pride and joy...

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

Friday September 21 1973 By STEVE LASSITER An Age of Giantism hit America after the Civil War. In New York Boston weashington and St. Louis the financial giants were focusing on their expansionist goals of developing and ex­ ploiting the most promising ^economy the world had yet seen much of which drew its potential and material From horses to helicopters is an appropriate synopsis of the forward movement of the unit Gen. Douglas MacArthur referred to as the First Team. In 1942 troopers of the 1st Cav. were still horse soldiers patrolling the West Texas border near Ft. Bliss. The changeover came in 1943 when Gen. MacArthur sent for the 1st Cav. Div. on Oct. 2 0 1 9 4 4 iv is (dismounted) spearheaded the assault landing in L^yte helping fulfill MacArthur's promise: "I shall return!" From the Philippines and their triumphant march into Manila the First Team en­ tered extensive training for an assault on Kyushu Japan. V-J Day marked the end of the war and the First Team led the march o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Page Eight-A ML--.-. SMILING FACES all eyes were to the front and fascinate the audience but their unique style of smiles were bright as the 2nd Bde dependent drill precision drill brought definite sounds of approval team performed. Not only did the team's uniforms First Team really lets its hair down BATTLE OF BRIGADES Troopers of the 1st and 2nd Brigades 1st Cav. Div. square-off (above) in a friendly tug-o-war to test the tensile strength of a cavalry-sized lariet. As the day progressed GO RED TEAM Youn Christopher Brown (right) made no at­ tempt to conceal his partiality for DivArty participants at last week's 1st Cav. Div. Organization Day activities. The wide-eyed trooper is the 3-year old son of Sgt. and Mrs. Ronald Brown. The Photos by Tom Wylie FORT HOOD SENTINEL the rope survived all challengers and 3rd Bde. claimed the tugging title. elder Brown is a member of the 1st Bn. 77th Arty. Christopher was one of several thousand spectators to pack Prichard Stadium during the Cav'...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Friday September 21 1973 ste National Life & Accident Insurance Company "Your GRAND OLE OPRY Company1' 2300 East Rancier Ave. Killeen 634-2280 WE SHIELD MILLIONS Dependable Paint & Body Shop 133 North 2nd Street ijj —Put Your Car In Dependable Hands— Killeen .... 634-8365 Bill's Towing & Storage 129 North 2nd Street —24 Hour Wrecker Service— Killeen 634-5443 BURGER CHEF "WE ALWAYS TREAT YOU RIGHT" 412 Hood Rd Killeen 2830 E. Hwy. 190 GREATER KILLEEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Serving The GREATER KILLEEN-FT. HOOD AREA FT. HOOD MILITARY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION jlBldg. 59 685-4884 "SAVE A LITTLE EACH PAY DAY" Let Us Finance Your New Auto Boat or Camper From AFormer Member of the FIRST TEAM J. C. Bunnell POST LIQUORS 246 West Highway 190 Harker Heights To Join 1st Cav. Div. Assn. See MAJ Ralph Baer Bldg. 2815 Phone 685-5992 nd. Served Their Country In A Time Of Need With The FIRST TEAM! 311 North Gray ^Harker^Heiaht*0 FORT HOOD SENTINEL 1915 E- Hwy- on your All Central Texans Take Spe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Page Ten-A UP AAHHHH—A cold drink of water goes down good for this youngster who was treated during the "Duty Day with Dad." The special day was sponsored by the 1st Bn. 14th Field Arty (FA) by the Members of the 1st Bn. 14th Field Arty (FA) 2nd Armd Div. earlier this sum­ mer hosted dependents during a field training exer­ cise. "Duty Day With Dad" was undertaken to familiarize the! dependents with what the artillery does as well as to serve as a break from the in­ tensive field training which th£ battalion had been un­ dergoing. 'JSixty-eight dependents participated in the event and 21a Kids have duty day their comments were favorable. This type of ac­ tivity is of great benefit to a unit in terms of better morale and an increased sense of teamwork. I highly recommend family par­ ticipation in field training exercises to commanders on a recurring basis" said Col. Albert B. Akers DivArty Cmdr. The day began with the dependents being greeted at INVITES THE PUBLIC To Tfe/R 2nd Armd. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Friday September 21 1973 owe GOLF A women's fall golf clinic will be held at Anderson Golf A Course Oct. 4 11 18 and the 25th. The cost will be $6.00 per person. Coffee and donuts will be served from 8:15 to 8:45. At that time the activity moves to the golf course where lessons will be given until 10:00. The clinic is open to all eligible women members military only of Anderson Golf Course. It will be limited to 75 duffers with early registration en­ couraged. a Sign up will be at Anderson ^or by calling Ann Ambrozak at 634-7734 or Barbara Stephenson at 526-0685. DIV. HOS. A Hail and Farewell Party for 2nd Armd. Div. Hq per­ sonnel was held Sept. 14 at the Ft. Hood Officers Club. Col. Donald F. Packard Chief of Staff of the 2nd Ar­ md. Div. acted as master of ceremonies for the 17 new arrivals and nine departees. Among those hailed was Brig. Gen. Lawrence S. Wright. Gen. Wright comes to 0the division from the 1st Cav. Div. where he served as com­ manding officer 1st Bde. Gen. Wright...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Page Twelve-A The Leadership Reaction Course of the HOW Division has been the scene of recent fervent activity in spite of the warm days of early fall. In the picture below members of Co. A (No Slack) 2nd. Bn. 41st Inf. exert muscle along with reasoning to transfer the barrel of communication vftre over a steep obstacle at the site of the Leader­ ship Reaction Course. The maneuver was one of a series of problems presented to the troops to test their skill and prowess. This company went through eight similar stations where like problems were staged with just enough bare necessities and resources to enable them to TRUE ic Photos by Robert Patterson Text by A. D. Pittman I stiiitsSiliBft Him HT OLD BILLS You can't miss with a UNI LOAIM A Uni-Loan lets you take care of all your old bills at one clip. Then you'll have just one monthly payment to aim for .. and it may be smaller than any of the old ones. And all we need to know is what size loan you need ... and what size monthly payment ...

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