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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

Friday October 19 1973 I Interesting little known facts: The 720th MP Bat­ talion comprises only one percent of the total Ft. Hood population. The 720th MP Bn. was the first unit on post to complete Combined Federal Campaign drive. The 720th gave $10000 or 4.5 per cent of the combined total for the entire post. All things brings fourth another interesting fact. If all donations on this post matched that given per capita by the members of the 720th approximately $900000 would be collected in the campaign. The 13th Support Brigade was the first major com­ mand on Ft. Hood to attain 100 per cent of their Com­ bined Federal Campaign goal attaining about 122 per cent of their goal with yet more to come. The First Team Museum the historical record of the 1st Cav. Div. is on the lookout for historical artifacts and data to better tell the past of the U.S. Cavalry. Sergeant First Class R.R. Greaves museum curator is searching for weapons if a paraphernalia depicting the lives of cavalrymen ...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

Page Four And the cost goes up. 0 It all started with penny matches going .to two cen­ ts. This didn't hurt too badly. Even when we signed the note for the Olds Luxury Gama Goat with mon­ thly payments of $225 for 96 months I laughed it off. However when the bacon went to $1.49 a pound and couldn't be found at the commissary and my house payments jumped from $58 to $145 to knock out my BAQ profits they began to get my attention. I found out that you can have your Zodiac Astrographic no-wind wristwatch (waterproof calen­ der type great for those long nights and days in the field) completely overhauled for $12.50 and the TV repairmen only charge $7.50 for service calls if the Magna color solid state stainless chassis goes out. There are lots of places too that you can still a nickel cup of coffee for 10 cents. We inventoried the selection of 8-track tapes the other day and I figure that the 130 odd tapes at an average retail of $5.95 comes to only $780. A small price indeed to pay for...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

Friday October 19 1973 By DUSTY BOUDREAU Although the Army has always been interested in public relations "B" Co. of the 163rd MI Bn. seems to be a little more concerned with human relations on the personal level. Evidence of the men's involvement is seen regularly as they go about their voluntary missions in the Ft. Hood area. Last year "B" Co. began sponsoring the Killeen Research Education Association for Child Care and Health (REACH) Child Development Center. REACH is a government-sponsored program that provides activities and education at kindergarten level for children from low-income families. "I think more people should be concerned about these kids" said Pfc. William S. Smith. "Today life is pretty damn miserable even from a well-rounded family. But these kids have a 98 per cent handicap before they even start. It's important for these kids at such an impressionable age to get the right im­ pressions of life and people." With funds provided by donations from the men l"B" Co...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

Page Six To the Ladies of the 1st Cav. Div. please send your items of interest to Mrs. Den­ nis Buckley 1214 Cummings Ave. Copperas Cove Texas. (547-5413) HHC 3RD BRIGADE The officers and wives of' Hq. 3rd Bde. and A Co. 75th Rangers met September 25 for a hail and farewell party. Dinner was served buffet style. Col. Joseph N. Jaggers Jr. welcomed Major and Mrs. Tom Nolen Major and Mrs. Rudolph Bosnak and Lt. and Mrs. James Benner into the Brigade. Col. Jaggers also bid farewell and presented gifts to Captain and Mrs. James O'Neal and Captain and Mrs. George F. Mueller. Captain and Mrs. .Mueller also received a silver baby cup for their newborn baby girl. Col. Jiggers also acknowledged the ladies of the Third Brigade Dependent Drill Team and expressed his appreciation for their outstan­ ding display of military drilling procedures winning First Place in the com­ petition at the 1st Cav. Div. Organization Day. Also the wives of Officers of the 1st Cav. Div. met at the Fort Hood Offic...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

^Yiday October 19 1973 HI Fellow Sunbeams greetings and sunny smiles Afrom Sun Country the 13th cspt. Bde. The week started off with a bang thunder and lightening ... but a long holiday weekend is upon us so its time to smile. Speaking of smiles the brigade has quite a bit to smile about this time. Within its happy realm are all sorts of exciting hap­ penings ... so exciting in fact that sometimes even I your little ray of sunshine am the last to know. As far as social goes the OFFICERS' WIVES OF THE 13th SPT. BDE. had a fashion show-luncheon last week. The event was spon­ sored by the SP. TRPS. WIVES who made the arrangements for the event at the FHOOM and modeled the fall lovelies. 1 Special guests for the noon affair were introduced by Mrs. Erickson. They were as follows: Mrs. Ray Hope Mrs. Catherine Ms. Lea Ledger Mrs. Garrison Ellis and Mrs. Lovins. HOW Field isn't big enough for the kind of ceremony the NCOs of Hell's Fires wanted to put on so the 2nd Armd. Div. Artillery Nonc...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

The State Fair of Texas in Dallas will climax Sunday with an inspiring military pageant inside the Cotton Bowl and area residents will have an opportunity to preview the event today at Ft. Hood. Performing in this colorful pageant will be members of the 1st Bn. 5th Cav. of the 1st Cav. Div. Music and song will be provided by the com­ bined bands of the 1st Cav. Div. and 2nd Armd. Div. along with the 5th U.S. Army Chorus from Ft. Sam Houston. Entitled "The Pageant of the Flag" the theme features the evolution of our stars and stripes from the original 13 HOW men promoted The 2nd Armd. Div.'s hard working finance personnel are accustomed to paying off others yet last week the ser- vice-with-a-smile efforts of two HOW money handlers paid off for themselves. Under Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair's program of spot promotions for deserving soldiers Pfc. John M. Nelson and Pfc. William Pierce had Spec. 4 pins af­ fixed to their collars by the HOW Commanding General in an office ceremony. "I was t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

Friday October 19 1973 Several weeks ago a "hap­ pening" took place on Ft. Hood that has far reaching significance regarding the training and readiness posture of the Army forces in the United States. The Army Aviation Association of America chap­ ter of Ft. Hood and the 1st 'Cav. Div. sponsored and "All Army Fly-In". Colonel Charles Canedy the president of the chapter and Lt. Col. Frederick W. Watke commander of the 227th Avn. Bn. greeted mem­ bers of the 111th Avn. Grp an Army National Guard unit and the 300th Assault Helicopter Aviation Com­ pany an Army reserve unit who had flown their helicop­ ters into Hood Army Airfield. This first-of-a-kind event was a concept conceived by the former "Quad A" President Brig. Gen. Joseph B. Starker to promote the "one-Army concept with the exchange of aviation infor­ Customers of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) gathered in nearby Fort Worth Sept. 10-14 to help select products from over 1800 samples which will stock "exchange s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

Page Ten Eric is a woman! "Eric" is Pvt. 2 Janette Boland "D" Co. 48th Med. Bn. Eric received her nickname when she made it clear to her unit that she just wanted to-be one of the boys. To comply with Janette's request the men agreed that since her maiden name is Erickson Eric would do nicely. Thus "Eric" was born and Eric it has been ever since. Eric is a firm believer that a woman has more talents to offer than just keieping house and taking care of children. "All I want is to be accepted as part of the group" said said. "•That's all most women in the Army or any other profession want to blend into the environment" she con­ tinued. "I want them to just let me be a fellow soldier. I feel it is only fair that I stand formations and inspec­ tions with them. I couldn't live with myself if I used the SHOP and priVg ^friendhj Let them eat cake you all Scandal and intrigue in high places are pretty old hat. Many a family skeleton rattles around the royal palaces of the world. With the ex...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

October 19 1973 r&Sk- tmmy Potatoes in.QQ* Russet. US #1. Baking! Texas Yams Yellow Onions Artichokes Cauliflower ife Safeway Ba9 Large White Heads" —Each Fruit Cocktail Libby. Fast Desserts! Safeway 17-oz. Special! Can Margarine Safeway Special! 29 Sunnybank Regular. Quarters 1-Lb. Cfn. Bakery Values! French Bread Skylark. Foil Wrap. Safeway Special! Burger Buns N Safeway Dairy-Deli Values! Potato Salad Lucerne. Safeway Special! DINNER PLATES ft. OAd with 95 EACH 77* 1 every XMT purehaa* UV Rcrulariy S1.S0 & tors. 29* US #1. Texas' Finest! —Lb. 25* US #1. Flavorful! —Lb. California. Large Sise —-Each 35 59* Acorn Squash Fresh Turnips Green Onions Red Radishes iOHHM LIGHT 39 1-Lb. Loaf 31* or •Hot Dog Buns. Mrs. Wright's Chocolate Donuts S-Ct. Pkg. IO-01.46 Mrs. Wright's Box 48 1-Lb. Ctn. Lucerne Yogurt Corn Tortillas 27* 16* 8-ox. Ctn. 7-ox. lucerne. 12-Count Pkg. Funk & Wagnalls Funk & Wagnalls Young Students Encyclopedia Volume 9—10 On Sale Now! Colgate Stock up N...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

Page Twelve Editors note: This story is a first hand account of a sur­ vival of the fittest test by John Spann a writer in the 2nd Armd. Div. Information Office. All is well that ends well and you can check out Spann's accomplishments and draw your own con­ clusions. By JOHN SPANN The skies were overcast as I walked down the street to "C" Co. 1st Bn. 50th (Mech.) Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. to take part in their week long survival training problem. The first in the Division for several years. With my steel pot on my head camera bouncing around my neck wet weather bag with personnel gear flung over my shoulder and web gear with bayonet wrapped around my waist I arrived in the "Chargin' Charlie" orderly room. After reporting to 2nd Lt. David P. Madden "C" Co. executive officer I was shuf­ fled off to the training room where I met SSGT. Clyde Kendrick training NCO. He gave me a quick briefing as to what was going to happen during the problem. It was then that I began having my doubts about goi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

^Friday October 19 1973 By JERRY REED Sports Editor Last Saturday night in Dallas Texas or there abouts Bob Smith of the Texas A&M Football Hall Of Fame was doing a lot of sweating. Smith a former great Aggie back holds the record for most yards gained in a Southwest Conference game but last weekend his record was in jeporady. Smith raced for 297 yards against the S.M.U. Mustangs in 1950 to set the record. In Waco last weekend Dickey Morton of the Arkansas Razorbacks came close to bettering that all-time record. The flashy tailback from Dallas garnered 271 yards against the Baylor Bears in a 13-7 victory for the Hogs. Morton is now the third leading rusher of all-time in the SWC just a shade behind Jim Swink formerly of T.C.U. and former Texas great Chris Gilbert. Gilbert rushed for 3298 yards Mor­ ton now has 2596 yards and has six games remaining this season. Morton and his Razorback teammates will have to go after another tough team again this weekend as they POWERFUL PORKER ...

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

Page Fourteen TEAM Saints Jets Dolphins 49'ers TEAM Rams Bears Raiders TfcAM Bulldogs Cowboys Broncos Packers TEAM Grants Vikings Chiefs LUns PLENTY OF ACTION Members of the D.Y.A. Tackle Football teams on post show plenty of action during the games held at both Prichard Stadium and It was another exciting Sat. of Football at Prichard Stadium and Red Lindsey Field where the Depen­ dent Youth found themselves romping and sloshing in the soggy turf. The Ft. Hood Dependent Youth Ac­ tivity Tackle Football Season is now in its sixth big week and League Standings thus far are as follows: Also Large Variety of Spiritual & Rock Records & Tapes VAL'S House of Music 309 N. 4th-Killeen SENIOR DIVISION WON LOST 0 2 3 4 NATIONAL CONFERENCE INTERMEDIATE DIVISION WON LOST 2 2 2 3 0 4 AMERICAN CONFERENCE WON LOST NATIONAL CONFERENCE JUNIOR DIVISION WON LOST 5 0 SOUL BROTHER? We Have It All! TRANSMISSION SERVICE You Can Tiust Our Trained Mechanics Games slated tomorrow TEAM Steelers Patriot...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

Friday October 19 1973 An Unbeerable Situation By JERRY REED Ask any teenager in Ardmore Oklahoma where the best place in town is to have a coke and they will tell you the Sonic Burger. This popular establishment is just one of the hot spots in America where the high school kids hangout. There's either a Sonic Burger or Dairy Queen in every town across the country that suits the fancies of the high schoolers. A place where the students jocky for position in their cars around the parking lot honking their horns and a place where frequently is heard a discouraging word. These local meeting places are as much a part of the small town as the statues of George Washington and Robert E. Lee in the town square. After every sporting event the kids race to the eating places to discuss the events of the day and show off letter jackets engagement rings and new clothes. Those Were The Days Of course those days are just fond memories to the college student today. After they pick up their sheep sk...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

Page Sixteen BUSINESS SERVICES 040 Dresses Sewing CUSTOM SEWING. Taylor made clothes for Men or Women. Call Cha Anytime 526-5916. (tfn) Radio TV Service J)44 RENT A TV Braijd New 19 Inch Portable with Built-in Antena. Rented bv the Day Week or Month. Come bv and Make Your Selection from Our Large Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. ^BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. Killeen 634-4742 (tfrO Furn./ Upholstery 046 7 PIECE LIVING room suit $169.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323. Air- Con./ Heating J)50 ^GEORGE'S A: I ZONDITIONINC HEATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen COIN SHOP Coins & Supplies AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR COMPASS AND BOUNTY HUNTER METAL DETECTORS Open 0900 to 1830 Hours Killeen 526-5584 TYPING NEED Some Typing Done Professionally? Call 634-1881 after 5 p.m. (10-19) REAL ESTATE City Property 090 GARVIN- WAGNER REALTORS RENTAL MANAGEMENT For Professional Property Management Shop With Us! CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY WE'LL BUY IT!—WE'LL SELL IT! WE'LL MANAGE IT! rr-...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

^riday October 19 1973 Jefferey wandered recently in the swamp lands of the Okefenokee region 0 Georgia in search of rare plants. Fortunately for our readership he discovered an unidentified Playboy bunny resting in a wooded glen and During the recent payday period here at Ft. Hood we once again experienced the monthly rise in the incident rate of barracks wall locker thefts. In fourteen cases the items stolen consisted of the total monthly pay of each of the soldiers concerned. Naturally it was all in cash and presents no problem to the thief when he wants to spend it. What can you do to prevent yourself from becoming a victim of wall locker lar­ ceny? Simply take the following security steps in protecting your hard earned bucks. 1. Don't depend on your locked wall locker to protect ^our cash. It stimply isn't so! ™2. Use a checking account or bank savings account. Have your finance section send your pay directly to the bank to avoid the possibility of theft. 3. If you insist on be...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

Page Eighteen TUESDAY 23 OCTOBER 7:59 National Anthem 8:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 8:28 Care and Concern 8:43 Preventive Maintenance Communications 9:00 Indian Exodus 9:29 Mechanical Training on the M85 Machinegun Pt 3 Detailed Assembly 10:00 Lashings 10:32 Measuring Bulk POL Products 11:00 Point of Decision 11:15 Map Reading Elevation & Relief Pt 3 12:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 12:28 Care and Concern 12:44 Operation and Safety Procedures for the 155mm How SP 109 1:00 M3 & M3A1 Submachinegun Assembly & Disassembly Pt 1 1:48 Night Observation Device AN/TVS-4 2:00 Race Relations in the Army 2:58 Fire Prevention 3:30 Defense of Convoys from Am­ bush 4:00 Prevention of Cold Injuries 4:32 Encounter at Ford 5:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 5:28 Care and Concern 5:43 Hit Like a Pro 6:05 Freedom and You 7:00 Weather FH News What's Happening VEACE Killeen by Dr. Voss: 7:28 Care and Concern 7:43 Children on the Move 8:05 Sea Venture 8:29 National Anthem WEDN...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

Page Twenty I 3206 EAST HWY. 190 KILLEEN OPEN MON-SAT 9 TO 9 Closed Sunday 1035Jasper 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday thru Friday CLOSEDSATURDAY lUNBE/lliN PORTABLE 8 TRACK STEREO CARTRIDGE TAPE PLAYER for Instant music anywhere! Operates anywhere on "D" cell batteries or optional AC adapter. UL approved AC adapter. Two wide range 3Vz" speakers with separate volume controls. TAKE ONE ALONG FOR ONLY... Automatic or manual program selection. Smart modern styling with handy built-in carrying handle. MODEL 4946-230 34 88. Reg. 54.49 1 Real Tone Space Capsole Claricon Model #25437 QUADRAPHONIC 8 AM/FM STEREO RECEIVER COMPACT WITH 8-TRACK PLAYER QUAD READY Claricon's complete economy compact AM/FM stereo receiver 8-track tape player and BSR turntable all built in ... an extraordinary value. Slide controls and push-button mode selection. 8-Track tape player changes tracks auto­ matically or manually. Special circuitry gives this system quadraphonic capability with 2 additional #67230 speakers. Reg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

VOL. 32 NO. 34 3 $ Insurance buyers pay heed (1) Shop around just like you would if buying a car or other major purchase the money invested is just about equal. (2) Deal only with agents who have a permit to solicit on this Post. (3) Do not buy insurance for a short term savings program. (4) Do not give an agent your social security number or other identifying information until you are sure you want to purchase his policy. (Some agents could use this information to start an allotment on you without your knowledge). (5) Get the agents proposal in writing and have him sign it. Then check it out with your Staff Judge Ad­ vocate office. If the agent will not write out and sign what he tells you do not buy from him. (6) If an agent asks you to sign an allotment form that he has do not buy from him. He is violating Army regulations. Report him to III Corps & Ft. Hood Insurance Office at 685-2301. (7) Do not buy insurance on impulse. (8) Deal only with reliable or properly accredited a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

Page Two-A You come &OIH& To TRICK OR TREATING SAFETY TIPS Little witches and goblins can forget to watch where they're going keep eyes peeled for traffic holes trees rocks and other obstacles that don't show up clearly in the dark. Fire resistant costumes can save little beggars from the danger of backing into jack-o-lanterns lit by candles and having their clothes catch on fire. Always bring the loot back to headquarters in­ spect all candy at home before gulping it down foreign substances like razor blades laxatives and needles might unexpectedly show up in candy. Make sure costumes are well-tailored ... no dragging parts that could cause pint-size spooks to trip and fall. A bit of reflecting tape will guarantee that your ghost comes back alive. Little scarries should travel at least in pairs ... an older child going with the younger ones. Eye holes and breating openings should be overly- large to insure safety for all mini monsters. Dress according to the weather there's...

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