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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

ber 28 1973 Seedless Grapes -Tkvmpaoa Seediest. Sweet & Juicy —Lb. wW Pascal Celery Artichokes Fresh Broccoli t- "K"? Polident Polident Denture Tablets Denture Tablets /y tmmr Lettuce 90* I Apples New Crop. Salad Favorite. |l §f Extra Fancy! Large Fresh Heads! —tOCH 1HI Crisn. Firm and Sweet! Yohmq Yellow Onions gusset Potatoes 35* California —Each 35• New California Crop —Each 39* ft Teeder —Lb. Try arid Compare! Safeway Guarantees Finest Quality Dairy-Deli products are Fresh and Wholesome extra rich extra pure extra good tasting. You'll find our fine array a great help in planning nutri­ tious meals. Choose your favorite now at Safeway's low prices. 25* Sweet I Havorfel —Lb. 52.59* US #1 $ahw€xyMoney*$mmg low Prices! Tomato Soup Niblets Corn Tomato Catsup Pork & Beans Pog Food Pillsbury Flour Enriched. All Purpose Miss Breck HeirSprey /fi/yOUJZQj Extra Fancy! Crisp Firm and Sweet! Bartlett Pears Pineapples Large Papayas Green Onions Red Radishes luc«rn«. Brady l« S«rv»l Co...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Page Eight-B Second Armored Division officers warrant officers an'd- sergeants major and their ladies were over­ whelmingly victorious in their attack last Thursday in the! enemy forces that had been making a build-up in the vicinity of the mini-dome. The HOW forces continued attacking until the enemy was totally wiped out. Code- name for the operation was "Iron Deuce Beer Bust" and the .'enemy defeated was the Beier Keg Killers which had as- !its allies the Polish Sausage Squad the Hot Dog Division The Baked Bean Brigade The Potato Slad Squ&d The Pretzel Panthers and- the naval forces of the Pat&to Chap Shippers. The main thrust of the 2nd The 2nd Armd. Div. will conduct a color ceremony with honors for Brig. Gen. La\vrence S. Wright on "Hell on- Wheels" (HOW) Field at 4:55 pirn. Oct. 3 1973. The occasion is to mark his joining HOW to assume his position of Assistant Division Cojnmander (Support) of the 2rid*Armd. Div. £.-11 HOW units will be presented at the ceremony and- ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Friday September 28. 1973 IN APPRECIATION—Diana Young (lef- t) Ft. Hood Senior Scout Troop 300 presents Mrs. George P. Seneff Jr. a small embrodiered picture and gold Girl Scout at Ft. Hood. Mrs. John T. Price DIV ARTY The Ft. Hood Officers' Club set the scene Aug. 29 for a dinner and pool party atten­ ded by officers and wives of Hq. & Hq. Btry. 1st Cav. Div Arty. Mrs. Jack N. Merritt recently arrived wife of the Div Arty commander was in­ troduced. Colonel Merritt welcomed Lt. Col. and Mrs. Robert Gosney Lt. Col. and Mrs. Louis J. Del Rosso 0Maj. and Mrs. Richard Erickson Cpt. and Mrs. Charles Germeck and 1st Lt. Roy Griffith. Also greeted were Mrs. John Pittman who has just arrived to join her husband and Mrs. James Stone recent bride of 1st Lt. Stone. A baby cup was presented to Cpt. and Mrs. Reginald Qioquette proud new parents of Reginald Jon. Col. Merritt bid farewell to five couples. 1ST BN. 6TH ARTY. Some 20 officers and enlisted men's wives met recently at the Hideaway...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

1ST'. Page Ten-B Monday 1 October *7k39 National Anthem ^8:00 Weather FH News —What's Happening •8:28 Care and Concern i{:43 Preventive Maintenance Com­ munications '9:00 Set the Stage for Dental Health *9:25 General Disassembly & Reassembly of the .43 Cal Pistol 10:00 Effective Army Writing Pt 1 10:32 Methods Improvement l£:00 Introduction to Teletypewriter AN/FGC-25. Pt 1 11:15 Vehicle Recovery 12:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 12:28 Care and Concern 12:43 Pneumatic Tools: Nail Driver & Wood Borer 1*00 Mechanical Training on the .45 'Cal Pistol Pt 2 1:42 Viral Hepatitis 2:00 Lashings 2:32 Method of Instruction Classroom Training Aids 3:00 Defense of Convoys from Am- 'bush 3:30 Testing Switchboard SB- [22A/PT Line and Trunk 4:00 Fire Prevention 4:32 The Name of the Game is gas-eball 5:00 Weather FH News What's "Happening Dishwashers Refrigerators MODERN TV & APPLIANCE For Details CAII ME4-5922 ONLY 5:28 Care and Concern 5:43 The Heritage of the Operating Room 6:10 ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Friday September 28 1973 M^-. for a service connected injury at a Veterans Administration hospital about two years ^ago.I need treatment again "and wonder if VA will give it to me? jPG]sn^ £j/V jSk.- :a»§s JEFFEREY while strolling the beaches of Galveston Texas in search of subjects to photograph spied Miss Cheryl Reinking of Arkansas City Kansas with a freshly caught string of speckled trout. The cpuesTioA/s (an-XJO AMSWI«S I received treatment A Yes and if as you in­ dicated you have already established service connec­ tion all you need is apply for treatment again. I am buying our home with a 30-year GI loan. Can I pay off the loan in advance? A Yes. You may par­ tially or fully pay off your mortgage at any time ahead of schedule provided payments are for not less than one monthly payment or $100 whichever is less. Will the Veterans Ad­ ministration replace adaptive equipment for a car pur­ chased by a service disabled veteran with a grant from the agency? A VA will pay for in- S...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Page Twelve-B Sentinel ANNOUNCEMENTS 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 BUSINESS SERVICES Dresses Sewing C-11 CUSTOM SEWING. TAYLOR MADE CLOTHES For Men or Women. Call Cha Anytime 526-5916. (tfn) Furn.-Upholstery C-17 Piece Living room suit. $169.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323. Air Cond. Heating C-21 GEORGE'S -AIR CONDITIONING HEATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen AIR COOLED ENGINE REPAIR 526-8602 414 West Hwv. 190 Killeen PAT'S COIN SHOP Coins & Supplies I AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR COMPASS AND BOUNTY HUNTER METAL DETECTORS Open (WOO to I S'50 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 Professionally? Call 634-1881 after 5 P.M. (10-19) WILL DO IRONING in my home. Call anytime. 634-4883. (tfn) RENTA...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Friday September 28 1973 $rt/E£P£P I fcn?oceDU(ZE- 1. CALL For The Hunter-Ligget Military Reservation 80 miles south of Ft. Ord Calif. became the temporary home this week for members of the 2nd Bn. 67th Arm. and other selected personnel of the 2nd Armd. Div. Members of HOW are on a project called the Tactical Effectiveness Testing of Anti- Tank Missiles (TETAMS). The project agency is the U.S. Army Combat Develop­ ment Experimentation Com­ mand (USACDECs) at Hun­ ter-Ligget. The 2nd Armd. Div. portion of the project during the next month and a half is to furnish armor Sheridan and TOW Seneff praises •efforts In two farewell speeches given to the officers and NCOs of Ft. Hood Wednesday and Thursday Lt. Gen. George P. Seneff Jr. Ill Corps and Ft. Hood comman­ der said that Ft. Hood looks comparatively great as to what it looked like two years ago when he took over com­ mand. The general stated that the crime rate at that time was appalling. He applauded the chain of command for the ad...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Page Fourteen-B There isn't a job as tough as Dickies Workclothes Dickies work clothes are the toughest work clothes you can buy your husband. They're made with a tough new blend of 65% polyester/35% cotton and the fabric is impregnated with a lasting finish called Soil Release so you'll never have any trouble getting them clean. And Dickies even makes them rugged enough to keep their proportioned shape without ironing. Dickies may make the toughest work clothes but you'll find them easy enough to pay for. Short Sleeve Shirts & DISCOUNT PHARMACY More Work Clothes For Less Money JDicJcies Long Sleeve Shirts CAMP STOVE MODEL 413G-499 SPECIFICATIONS: Burners: Two Distance Between Centers: 11" Fuel Capacity: 3Yz ping Weight: 18 lbs. pints Size Folded: 22" 13%" 6W Ship­ Coleman's new two-burner deluxe camp stove. Features new finger-flip lock and lid lifter new space-age contour that looks like smart airline luggage and exclusive stainless steel Band-A- Blu burners. Ready for action ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 5 October 1973

VOL. 32 NO. 31 s" kVI 1 if# 'r \f^ .: 4 *"V' i. 4 V- r ?.v v- J *x ?"J 1 SitliSSii Mobile Homes'. Today three out of four buyers of single-family residences under $15000 choose mobile homes. Some of them however aren't getting what they expect or may possibly be living in dangerous dwellings. Because of the frequency of mobile home purchases in the Ft. Hood area it is important to become acquainted with the essential basics in choosing the right mobile home for your use. WHO TO BUY FROM More than 60 per cent of all mobile homes sold are manufactured by less than two dozen makers with approximately ten times that number of small manufacturers splitting up the remaining 40 per cent of the business. Their methods of distribution in this fragmented industry are as varied as their products. The largest manufacturers sell through franchised dealers. The mobile home industry varies from the automobile industry in that the makers of mobile homes do not cram inventories down a dealer's throa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 5 October 1973

Page By CLEM HUGHES The Ft. Hood Syndrome (FHS) is rapidly reaching epidemic levels within the post garrison. What is the FHS? Well to be truthful we didn't know until we made different inquiries around post and combined our discoveries into one. The definition of the FHS is: A mental condition similar to melancholy which can manifest in the psyche (mind) of an individual stationed and or working at Ft. Hood. Melancholy is not a new kind of mental hang-up look at Charlie Brown during the baseball season. According to various officials here on post that work with FHS victims the definition can be clarified even more. Isolation inadequate housing low paying part-time wages frail social activities and scarce local enter- tainment are contributing factors to the phenomenon. The character of people that suffer from FHS are often people that lived in large cities. Visable signs of the FHS are barracks buzzards holiday homesteaders and tired troopers people that fail to search for new and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 5 October 1973

Friday. October 5. 1973 I "CONGRATULATIONS" Captain John Garlinger left "B" Co. 1st Bn. 67th Arm. cmdr. and Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. cmdr. place specialist 4th class insignia on Ernest Spratling also from "B" Co. who received his promotion under Maj. Gen. Fair's on the spot promotion policy. (Photo by Dennis J. Breneman) Archives are valuable They came to Texas on horseback in lumbering covered wagons by ship or even on foot. And when they arrived their names were added to tax rolls census enumerations and voter lists. Some signed documents such as the Texas Declaration of Independence and others ran for offices that ranged from constable to governor. And now their descendants set out in search of their own personal history following the trail that their parents and grandparents left in the documents they signed. For anyone whose family came through Texas the Texas State Library's Archives Division is a vital stop. When Governor Dolph Briscoe visited the Library recen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 5 October 1973

Page Four Chris we try harder Once upon a time there was a day when the deer played in peace along the banks and the trout leaped in the early morning sunshine in the cold clear waters of the Shenandoah. The forests along the Blue Ridge Mountains were lush and green and there was not heard the sound of axe hammer or any tool of metal. All of this before the time of Daniel Boone and the frontiersmen. Suddenly on another day the eyes peering from the deep of the forests scanned the face of the blue Atlan­ tic and danger loomed. .in the form of a Spanish schooner. This was a newfound thorn in the side of the Red­ man who by instinct immediately recognized the threat of an unknown tongue and a skin of white. Columbus had discovered America. The date was Oct. 12 1492. In retrospect we who call ourselves Americans can look back on the tradition of the first Thanksgiving the tragedy of Little Bighorn and we can now com­ pare the aesthetics of Kissinger and Cochise. Amtrack follows a twiste...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 5 October 1973

Friday October 5. 1973 Sanders. You can learn many ideas on the exact Christmas gift you are wanting to give. Many wonderful ideas and useful items can be made in the Lapidary Shop. Plan now to visit the Post Special Ser­ vices Lapidary Shop. Pat Krahn Exhibit of pain­ tings & wall hangings will be exhibited at the Arts and Crafts Center Bldg No. 3 Headquarters Ave. thru 27 October. Pat is noted throughout the country for ^ier pastel portraits of Show %ogs. Several of these por­ traits have been published in National Magazines including Dog Lover's Digest and American Chow Chow. She teaches drawing and painting at the Lubbock Gar­ den-Arts Center her studio and several area towns. Plan now to visit the Arts and Crafts Center and see the exhibit now on display. It's What's Happening!!!!!! Make your Christmas gifts early and SAVE. SAVE. A NOW AT YOUR ARTS & •bRAFTS CENTER Bldg No. 3 on Headquarters Avenue. Candle Making Classes are held on Saturdays at 1:00 p.m. Attend one cla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 5 October 1973

Page Six The alcoholic woman is caught in a double bind betause she suffers from feelings of inferiority and the social stigma ladies don't get drunk. The woman alcoholic is a lonesome per­ son and suffers from an inadequate personality. "Many woman alcoholics are hidden drinkers and very clever in keeping their drinking underground. These are the housewives who nip all* day and seek bridge after­ noons where there is plenty ol* liquor or the career women who specialize in long luncheons and late afternoon business appointments in cocktail lounges. "The typical alcoholic woman is married middle class has an average of two children is in her middle for­ ties but looks older and has had a definite problem with alcohol for at least eight a hospitalization. She is seldom is ever seen in- Livingston promoted Specialist 5 Terry L. Livingston of Company E 227th Avn. Bn. 1st Cav. Div. was appointed a warrant of­ ficer in ceremonies at Hood Army Airfield where he ser­ ved as an avionics spec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 5 October 1973

Friday October 5 1973 ONLY You are invited to attend Ft. Hood personnel and their families are invited to visit the House of Hazards on 57th St. between Bn. and Hqs. Ave. during Fire Prevention Week which is Oct. 7 through 13th. There will be free fireman's hats and balloons. Refreshments will be served and there will be fire prevention movies for all to see. The Ft. Hood Fire Department would like to help you prevent a costly fire that could cost many dollars in fire loss and possibly the life of a member of your family. At the House of Hazards the fire department will show every conceivable type of fire hazard that could cause a fire. This display is set up during Fire Prevention Week at Ft. Hood each year and has always had excellent attendance. All Ft. Hood personnel are invited to attend and groups such as Boy Scouts Cub Scouts Girls Scouts and Brownies are welcome to visit the display. The main purpose of the House of Hazards display is to eliminate the fire loss of more than ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 5 October 1973

Page Eight MOBILE HOMESITES Choosing a site for your new mobile home is an extremely important task prior to completing Continued from Page 1 covered by a guarantee issued by the actual maker of the unit not the manufacturer of the complete refrigerator as itis installed in the mobile home. In some cases the manufacturer of the refrigerator would take care of any troubles such as improperly hung doors non-functioning latch or bent or broken trays if however the cooling unit itself broke down during the guarantee period you'd have to look to the actual maker of the cooling unit to make repairs or replacements. In most mobile homes you'll find papers covering the warranty or guarantee for certain items in a kit­ chen drawer or cabinet. If not ask the mobile home dealer for them and be sure that they bear the same numbers or other identifying notations applying to the appliances etc. in your mobile home. You might find the warranty papers attached to the respective ap­ pliances. It may...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 5 October 1973

Friday October 5 1973 The annual fall barbeque of the Central Texas-Ft. Hood Chapter Association of the United States Army (AUSA) was held Sept. 26 and featured Cajun humorist Justin Wilson. The barbeque was moved from Belton's Bend of the River to the Temple National Guard Armory because of rain. Over 800 AUSA members and guests crowded into the armory's drill hall although some 1200 tickets were sold. Mr. Tommy J. Mills chap­ ter president presented Lt. Horseshoes recognized The stables aren't the only Eorse lace where a person can around. Last month there was much of that as non-divisional personnel com­ peted in the 'horseshoe throwing' competition in the 13th Spt. Bde. Gym. The tournaments for the singles and doubles events were held on Sept. 17th and 18th in the gym. On Sept. 25th Col. Chris W. Stevens com­ mander of the 13th Spt. Bde. presented trophies to the win­ ners. The winner of the singles match was Harold E. Pereschuk 62d S&S Co. 553D S&S Bn. Runner up was Jam...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 5 October 1973

Page Ten Courts- Tffartial The following are results of trial by courts martial con­ vened by non-divisional units 9f III Corps and Ft. Hood. On Aug. 31 a special court tried Pvt. Cletus K. Dodson Jr. of Co. C 62nd Engr. Bn. for possession of marijuana and failure to repair. Dodson received a sentence of con­ finement to hard labor for 2 months forfeiture of $150 per month for 2 months. •"•On 31 Aug. Spec. 5 Joseph Coleman of the 190th Maint. Co. was tried for being AWOL. Coleman received a sentence of forfeiture of $50 in pay. On Sept. 7 Sgt. Steven K. Veach of the 546th Personnel Control Facility was tried for AWOL and was reduced to Pvt. E-2. Pfc. Lenco Lloyd of the 21st Repl Det. was tried on Sept. 7 for AWOL and was confined to hard labor for 1 month and reduced in grade to Pvt. E-l. Sgt. Fred Rainge Jr. of the 418th Trans. Co. was tried for AWOL and was acquitted. On Sept. 14 Pvt. Carlos M. Torres of Co. B 62nd Engr. Bn. was tried for AWOL and received a sentence of con­ finem...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 5 October 1973

lober 5 1973 ru "ST CH/t/ *irn bums Bakery Low PricesI Italian Bread Skylark. Safeway Big Buy! —24-OZ. Loaf Skylark. Safeway Big Buy! —2 English Muffins Burger Buns Brown & Serve llflM Safeway Big Buy! Corn-on-Cob Bel-air. Taste-Tempting! Garden Fresh 4-Ear Flavor! Pkg. $ 49* Shop and Save! Alka-Seltzer Analgesic Tablets —25-Ct. Bottle Vitamin 'C' Aspirin Tablets Intensive Care Lotion Hair Spray 15-oz. Plastic *v Cinnamon Rolls Mrs. Wright's. Quick & Easy! Ready to Bake! Safeway Special! Green Beans Town House. Cut. Tender! ^5^ Easy to Prepare! Safeway Big Buy! Chili Con Carne Town House ^Regular or •Hot With Beans. Safeway Special! Ajax Cleanser Bleaches as it Cleans! Removes Stains! Safeway Special! Dog Food Pooch. High Protein! Meaty Flavor! Safeway Special! Delsey Tissue Toilet Tissue. Absorbent! Soft and Strong! Safeway Special! 39 Mrs. 12-oi. Wright's. Pkg. 36* Giant. 14-oz. Mrs. Wright's Pkg. Cloverleaf Rolls. Skylark sr34* Safeway. 100-Ct. 250 MG Tablets Bottle Safew...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 5 October 1973

Page Twelve 5 SPORTS Gary performs surgery By JERRY REED Gary Davidson is apparently changing jobs. David­ son an attorney by profession is starting his intern­ ship as an obstretician. In fact Davidson is about ready to make this first delivery of a new born. You see Gary is trying to create yet another professional football league. He is just one of many folks that have come up with such a childess idea. The way things have been going Davidson will have to put a revolving door on the maternity ward. Football is like unions on a small scale they are alright but when they get big its all over. You can't tell me that Frank Fitzsimmions could name everyone of his members except Jimmy Hoffa and he doesn't count. Holy Samuel Golpers just think of the dues the people of this purposed league would have to make to stay in good with Davidson. Actually this is a pretty touchy situation but I guess Gary knows what he's doing and is ready to get a team to divide up in not only the United State...

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