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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Page Sixteen-A Preteen Club The t. Hood ependent Youth A ctivities operates a Preteen Club for youngsters 8-12 years of age 3-6 p.m. Wednesday Thursday Friday a th a in lu building 427 on A cadem ic Drive. In addition a Preteen Club is also operated a the West t. Hood Youth Center Bldg. 70000 on Monday Wed- nesday Thursday and Friday. Boys and irls can play various types of gam es pool ping pong sports. They can also listen to music or watch color TV if the weather is too bad. The cost of membership is only $1.00 er month and more information can be ob- tained by callin the Main Teen Club 685-7854 after 1500 hours or the W est Ft. Hood Youth Center 532-9611. Arts & Crafts workshops There will be a series of workshops covering projects for families (young adults through grandparents) at the Arts & rafts Center Bldg. No. 3 A e. se workshops will stress family interest in working together on crafts projects. An artistic Dough Workshop will be held ay 3-4-5 The Artistic Dough Wo...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

^Friday May 3 1974 HE'S IN THERE A Chicago Cub runner signaled safe during a close play at second in a game at the Astrodome in Houston. An overnight trip to the Gncin- Major League baseball fans attention! An overnight trip is being sponsored to Houston to seethe Houston Astros versus the Cin- cinatti Reds on Saturday and Sunday May 18-19. The games will be Saturday night and Sunday afternoon in the Astrodome. Tickets will be $2.00 (normally $3.00) for each game. The bus ill leave for Houston at 9:00 a.m Saturday and return on Sunday after the game approximately 5:00 p.m S a tu rd a night ac- Greene visits ean Jo reene is ..coming to Ft. Hood. The 6’4” 275 lb. defensive tale of th ittsb rg Steelers will be visiting Ft. Hood on Saturday. Greene a former Temple -High and North Texas State .^University ta will be at Alice’s Pad from 12 noon to 3 p.m. Saturday. The one-time National Foot- Jball a efensive Player-Of-The-Year” will be signing autographs and talking to fans during his sta...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Page Two-B 1 SPORTS Derby Day deal By JERRY REED The life that we are given has its minutes numbered and in addition it is given to us empty. Whether we like it or not we have to fill it in our own way. That is we have to occupy it one way or another. Let’s face it life’s a gamble. There’s no assurance that everything will go our way we just have to do filings by the numbers. I’ll lay you 2-1 odds that most people feel the same way that I do. You can’t roll a seven every time. I’ve been accused of not playing with a full deck but I still like to place abet on a good deal. Perhaps to some people that last statement is shocking. More shocking than finding out that Colonel Sanders is a Yankee. Hey give me a break—it’s just away to fill that emp- tiness that I described earlier. This emptiness is in my billfold which is part of my life. This much is for cer- tain—it’s a good way to make a living. Millions of folks do it. They take advantage of a popular sport that involves betting. I’ll...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Friday May 3 1974 By Arth Esch The Ft. Hood Post Track and wield eet as held at Prichard Stadium last week and the 2nd Armd. Div. came through with several outstan- ding performances. Many HOW individuals shone as the 2nd Armd. Div. .................... At press time the Houston Aeros had a 3-2 game advan- tage over the Minnesota Fighting Saints in their WHA playoffs. team chalked up 80 points good enough for a second place finish in the team standings. The big point man for the Iron Deuce was Willie Moultre of 1st Bn. 41st Inf. Moultre single-handedly accounted for 11 points with a first place finish and two second places. In the NHL the Boston Bruins won their best-of-seven series with the Chicago Black Hawks by beating that team from the W windy ity Mark Howe....youngster scores two goals Oiler eneral Manager- Head Coach Sid Gillman has Stated he is in favor of most of the rule changes voted in for the National Football League last Thursday by NFL owners. Here illm an specificall...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Page Four-B ' VJS&s”^ TROOPING THE LINE Maj. Gen. Robert M. Shoemaker 1st Cav. Comman- der along with Col. Benjamin S. Silver (right) and Division Chief of Staff Col. Edward F. Corcoran (left) are saluted by ’Colonel and Mrs. Benjamin St~Silver of Gatesville were honored last Thursday by members of the 1st Cav. Div. Ttie division held its first full fla£ ceremony since Decem- ber to bid a special farewell to th^ couple on the occasion of his retirement. •Col. Silver’s retirement com- pletes 32 years service. He and his"wife Frances will retire to their Gatesville home. ’Silver’s final assignment as Director of Industrial Operations for Ft. Hood. Several of his earlier assign- ments had been with the 1st tfeiv. Div. however at Ft. Ben- ning in Vietnam and at Ft. Hood. *-Lt. Gen. and Mrs. Allen M. Burdett joined the 1st Cav. Commander Maj. Gen. Robert M. S a and an a 250 distinguished guests senior of- ficers well-wishers and fci'ends for the colorful fere well. *IJi his opening r...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Friday May 3 1974 A* 4* MOTORCYCLE SCOUTS Two motorcycle-riding scouts from Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry of the 1st Cavalry Division cross an open stretch of ground at West Ft Hood in their search for an aggressor force. The activity is part of an experiment being conducted by MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test By CECIL GREEN or in small groups to find the has increased the capability However there is still a job ^Traditionally the eyes and enemy’s location. and ra of the scout the scout on ears of any Army have been In recent years the adoption somewhat by raising his eyes and researchers at MASSTER the scout who operates alone of the airplane and helicopter high above the ground. now examining different 4 4 ON PATROL A gun jeep from the 101st Airborne Division (Airmobile) patrols along one of the back roads at West Ft. Hood as part of an experiment being conducted by MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review). The field ex- periments are being run ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Page Six-B The First Team’s 1st Bn. 8th Ca\f. “Armored Mustangs’’ became the first Ft. Hood unit to 'c th A rm STEEL E E ?—Pvt. J.W. Brown pushes as yL Proficiency Test. The unique test given Apr. 15 was first developed by the v- a 8th Cav. members watch the road wheel changing relay competition. BrcAvn’s task was to remove a jacked-up HEAVY DUMMY 2nd Lt. Robert W. Hambridge of “A” Co. 8th Cav. presses the'80 lb. 105mm shell above his head during the Armor Crewman’s Physical (arnd) A N SW ERS My husband was killed during military service in Vietnam. Will the Veterans A in is a pay me education assistance to attend a university in Paris? A*— Yes. Public Law 92-540 (Oct. ’72) allow wives widows an child ren of veterans whose deaths or permanent total disabilities were Service connected to study at approved foreign in- stitutions of higher learning. I draw compensation for a connected disability suffered in Viet- nam. If I’m hospitalized for this is a it will the Veterans Administratio...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Friday May 3 1974 By George H. Scott “Three Charlie this is 86 elta have spotted five enemy tanks proceeding west of my location at five miles per hour. Grid coordinates...PAPA KIL0879379 over.” ‘Roger 86 Delta this is three Charlie have solid copy thank you. Out.” “Okay fellas lets get out of here” shouted 86Delta. An observer on one tank hap- pens to look to the east and see’s scouts are out of sight speeding away on their motor- cycles leaving a trail of dust to cover their get-away. By the time the observer has informed his tank commander he looks up to find cobra gun- ships in the distance popping up with flashing searchlights to simulate fire. The controllers pop the smoke grenades to inform the tank column that the war is over at least for them. The cobras return home to await another intelligence report from the motorcycle reconnaissance platoon an $ element of the combat support company of the 2nd Bn. 7th VA warns aboutloans a A ministration warns veterans and servicem en w...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Page Eight-B flf3rk$/e$u)orth We’re back once again O Loyal Readers to bring you all the news from that hotbed of activity the Ft. Hood Com- munity Theatre (FHCT.) First off there has been one change in the casting of Alan Auck- bourne’s play “How the Other Half oves” currently in rehearsal at the FHCT Charles rah am is now lain William etw eiler. We are pleased to welcome him to our group and are confident that he will do an admirable job with the role. .“•How the Other Half Loves” will be presented as “theatre- in-the-round” at the Hideaway Supper Club. This in itself provides som interesting ta in le especially with this particular show. The play requires that two different sets be on the stage at the sam time. The action of the play moves very quickly from the living room of the Phillips to the living room of the Fosters sometimes only .two or three lines are given before the scene shifts. To clarify this is the convenience that the two living rooms are of very different economi...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

JLV mm Skylark Dinner 0 Hi-C Town House Fruit Drinks I Tomato Soup Sparkling Fruit Flavors! 46-oz. Cans $ Rolls Italian Bread Skylark. Safe-way Special! 24-oz. Loaf English Muffins Bavarian Rye CONOCNStD I TOMATO souyi ill $ $ $ Mrs. 12-ox. Pkg. Wright's 16-oz.' Loaf Bread. Skylark Air Freshener AC* Brocade. Deodorizer! 9-ox. Can W Brocade. Deodorizer! Window Cleaner Lawn & Leaf Bags Detergent Deodorant Soap Cleanser 9-oz. Can Refill. 22-ox. White Magic Bottles Arrow Parade. For All Your Wash! Bath Bar Truly Fine Powder. W white Magic TOPAZ STO N EW A E HAND-PAINTED OVEN-PROOF Gillette .0 .. Trac II Razors Each* azo Blades illetta. $ Platinum Plus. 10-Edge I Double Edge Pkg. Zesty Flavor! 10.75-01. Cans Shop Compare Save! Safeway Dollar Days Save You Money! we welcome FOOD STAMP SHOPPERS Vienna Sausage Wilson. For Quick Lunches! 4-ox. Can French’s Mustard Potted Meat Luncheon Loaf Mandarin Oranges Blackeye Peas Iodized Salt Lucerne. Safew ay Special! 20 21* 49* 29* 23* 10* Spice...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Friday May 3 1974 Sixtv-seven men from the 2nd Bn. 67th Arm. (2/67) 2nd Armd. Div. recently began tanker training at North Ft. Hood. The seven week course planned for the 2nd Armd. Div. personnel is based on instruc- tional material from the Army Armor Training School Ft. Knox y.' According to Cpt. Charles Borman “B” Co. 2/67 cmdr. (the company formed ex- ly fo th ta tr a in in th train in program is set up to be perfor- mance oriented.” Borman con- tinued by indicating the men will learn their jobs by ‘‘hands- on train in and hands-on Jtesting.” When testing time comes the men will be scored either go or no go. Borman ex- plained ‘‘Either they can per- form the task or they cannot perform the task correctly.’’ During the seven weeks of training the men will undergo: Physical Training inspec- tions command information briefings training in land navigation driving and main- tenance and maintenance ser- ic s a weapons tank gunnery tactics and re and testing periods. According to Borma...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Page Twelve-B Mcnda.v 6 May 8:27— Care and Concern 8:42— M3& M3A1 Sub M.G. Assy & Disassy tl 9:30 Equip Insp & Maint Worksht DA Form 2404 10:00 Fm ctions & Malfunctions of M16E1 Rifle 10:49— SAEDA 11:39— arracks Larceny 12:27 Care and Concern 12:42 Tac Radi eletype Pt 1 1:20 Instr Role in Conducting Self-Paced Instruction 1:30— Intro toTAMMS 2:13 Courses in Civil Unrest 3:02 A ttitudes & Behavior of Drug Abusers 4:00 Mech Tng on M85 MG Pt 3 Detailed Assy 4:31 Ocean esert 5:27 Care and Concern 5:43 World of arl Schranz 6:31 Job Sees God 7:27 Care and Concern 7:42 The reen Scene No 6 8:00— Escape from Addiction Tuesday 7 May Prosigns & Operating Signals Tac & Em pi of German & Russian 8:27 9:00 Vehicle ecovery: Similar Vehicles Race Relations in the Army Med Self Help: Radioactive Fallout & Arty 9:38 10:00 10:58 Shelter .11:40 &VFR) •12:27 1:00 1:39 2:00 3 2:45 3:00 3:35 IFR Flight Plans-DD Form 175 (IFR erform ance Test M73 M/G Gen Assy & D...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Friday May 3 1974 & 5 fi ^-C? S -A vti'lf llliv 1*. if I t: 4-v i"* iffi’r *i »mi •ri£r m&xfr -M ■*r Eyecatcher Jefferey returned home this week for a this engaging photo of some former spring sab batical because his travels Playmate. If this won’t help Jeff the around the globe have left him listless and S E N IN E staff is at a complete loss as wan. Seeking ways to lift Jeff’s sagging to the correct remedy for his ills. (Photo spirits the S E N IN E editor inventoried courtesy of Playboy Magazine) his backlog of cuties and came up with 1f\e continuttbn these services is assured ONLY Oltvo^h. '|6uR person a rY S ™i-4i 1 A SSI Fund Campaign 3 tV & 4 pril 1 Afoy 1 7 A y* 0 5 iii IrlffwA-s f/.V •‘Set With A talents of The new medical program enacted last August covers spouses and children of veterans to ta lly and per- manently disabled by service connected conditions and widows or widowers and children of veterans who died from service connected con- ditions. walled A A f...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Page Fourteen-B BUSINESS SERVICES Radio# TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 Inch ortable with Built-in Antena. Rented bv the Day Week or Month. Come by and ake our S electio from O ur a rg Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. illeen.........................................634-4742 ____________________________ (tfn) Furn.# Upholstery 046 7 PIECE LIVING room suit $199.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323 _______________ Air Con.# Heating 050 GEORGE’S AIR CONDITIONING -HEATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen (Tfn) Lawn Mower Rep. 060 EXPERT LAWN MOWER TILLER & MINI-BIKE REPAIR Parts in Stock McQu REPAIR SHOP 912 W. HWY. 190 634-3224 (tfn)____________ Sentinel Want Ads 526-5141 Misc. Services 063 INDIAN JEWELRY for any budget Choice Selection of Solid Copper Bracelets ALSO NEW ARRIVALS* Bolo Ties—Belt Buckles COINS FOREIGN & DOMESTIC bought sold traded’ HUNTLEYS COIN GALLERY Across from McDonalds on Rancier 5260480 ______________...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Friday May 3 1974 AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles 192 GOOD CARS FAIR PRICES OPEN SAT. 72 ONTEGO 2 door hardtop. Lime Gold light green vinvl top. V-8 auto power air. Like new tires. 72 E E E A LIB 4 door hardtop. Orange with white vinvl in- terior automatic air and power. 71 CUTLASS S green with green vinvl top. auto air power extra clean $$$$ 71 E A N S 2 door a rd to mustard gold with yellow vinvl top automatic air. power .S)t 71 COMET 2 door 302 V-8 air stan- dard radio heater cream with tan vinvl top. 70 FORD LTD. 4 door hardtop V-o. autom atic power air bright red With white vinvl top drives like new. 70 A S S Suprem e 2 door automatic power air that beautiful bodv style AM -FM stereo with tape silver gray with blue vinvl top. 70 COUGAR 2 door hardtop. Royal blue Like new tires wire wheels bucket seats interior V-8 Stick radio. Fantastic $$$$ 69 CH EVELLE Malibu. 2 door. V-8 a to a tic pow er a ir anary yellow like new 69 E E E A LIB 2 door hardtop air and power solid gold color brand ne...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Page Sixteen-B 4 A ir a l* DELUXE MODEL DC2426 3 Pushbutton Controlled Cycles Wood Grained Formica Top is lu A ira is a leans ju as a rd as its ig th a fe a tu re a "S 'n rg t" a to a tic tim th a rn th tir a in yc le. ilt-in A ira fo is lv riz ft fo Only Admiral 2 5 (diag. meas.) Solarcolor Console Brilliant S la rc lo picture per- formance plus "C olor Master" tun- ing. Twin-soeakers. Swivel casters. The A E E A N model 5 5 9 1 8 EVERYTHING GOES OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN! BAR STOOLS 40NLY9 ai LAMPS $ 7 ro STARTING AT NIGHT STANDS $ STARTING AT HEADBOARDS STARTING AT USED SOFAS BEDROOM Starting At 8-TRACK STEREO TAPE PLAYER W PSYCODELIC LITES 7 pcDINETTE COFFEE TABLE & 2 END TABLES Volker No. 6144 7 PC. Lirifc r*i oo95 3 Tables 2 Lamps Chocie of 3 Colors ZS 9 5 0 ONLY $^ 9 $ 8995 $ 3 9 FORT HOOD SKM TVFf Admiral 18" Black And White Portable Television W walnut Grain Cabinet $ 1288-8 With Stand Model Cl 897PM Admiral No-Defrosting Dual-Temp Refrigerator/Freezer lu convenience fe a t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

Vol. 33. No. 9 DAH doctor situation Webster What is a Mother? Inside the SENTINEL UNDER THE PRESSURE A medic and nurse check the blood pressure and other body functions of a patient in the recovery room ward. The patient is kept under ob­ By & McCl She awakens to the strident sound of early morning voices barely contained in a loudly whispered argument. The voices battle with Elton John for air space. Outside the world is damp and grey with rain dripping from the eaves after a summer shower passed over sometime in the early pre-dawn hours. She drinks bitter coffee and nibbles gratefully if a bit carefully at the toast that lies on the saucer before her like a burnt offering. There are tears in her eyes and it is the best break- fast she ever ate on the most beautiful morning of the year. For this is Mother’s Day and she is a Mother. But what is a mother? In our highly automated world it seems that everyone is searching for an identity. What was once mainly a concern of adolescen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

r*age Two-A tm & Very few of the men in “B” Btry. 1st Bn. 14th F.A. 2d Ar- ifid. Div. ever thought about playing in a high school band qpncert when they joined the Army. But th at’s what they did last Tuesday at the Killeen High School (KHS) Football Stadium. Th Killeen Independent School Di st ri ct held their Spring Band Festival in the stadium with bands represen- ting the local elementary and me DELUXE MODEL DC2426 W ood Grained Formica Top It’s Your Day Mother Band plays at school junior high schools and high school bands. The Combined Fort Hood 2nd Armd. Div. Band led by CW04 Russell V. McConnell as honored to represent the Division and Ft. Hood by participating in the event. After hearing selections of music by 13 of the bands the men from B“ Btry. marched into the field to their six 76mm howitzers and by precision MERIN6 )6uR sffiss around! AN I iije sprinkler Awid (run-off's DISHWASHER 3 Pushbutton Controlled Cycles This lu A dm iral is a cleans just as hard as its big ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

Friday May 10 1974 $ Sunday ay 12 is Mothers '^JD ay a day which honors all 'w*Tnothers forth ir countless contributions to their families com unities and the nation. other’s ay holds special ig ific a to 1st av. troopers because it is the day that we pay trib te to the ‘Tm other” of the First Team patch. rs. Ben Dorcy wife of Col. Ben orcy who comman- *ded the 7th avalry Regiment .ait Ft. Bliss in 1921 designed 'ith patch proudly worn by all ‘-—First eam ers today. ‘‘M other’ orcy relates that ^ftK combination of the golden sunset a t. Bliss and the .-traditional cavalry colors of blue and gold ere a great in- I i. Sergeant irst Class Fran- !|0cisco Cam pos Div. Hqs. Co. ^d ip in a a r retired the om anding eneral’s Best 3 in a ility trophy for a a 1973 during a •*.dining award ceremony at the jts n. 81st A rm r’s con- lid ate dining facility Wed. la 1. am pos recipient of “|h best ess award for July August and Septem ber of 1973 retired the trophy by scoring thle highest number of...

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