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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

age Four-A ard our ne we liste ur blandness but &our wants speak fr^was only last week a leader in Sigma Delta Chi yYfofessional Journalism Society remarked to a large group that newspapers were becoming bland as a result of the emphasis on pleasing the advertisers rather than the readers and thus were becoming too involved in the commercial aspects. Well this is possibly if not probably a statement of some credibility. But if it is true then perhaps the blame should be placed on the readers of these “bland” advertising sheets. Often the SENTINEL requests often pleads for feedback from its readers. But when the feedback does not reach this office the guiding light of effective com- munications is dimmed and often snuffed out com- pletely. The SENTINEL is not only a tool by which the com- mander may reach his troops but also as we have asserted on any number of occasions a tool for the troops to reach the commander. This month we have three letters to the editor to print. This is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

Friday May 10 1974 By JOHN McMULLEN Ninety 1st Cav. Div. mem- bers returned last Friday from a four-day adventure training boat trip down the Guadalupe iv east San Antonio. Flash floods and a raging river posed a a rtic la rly dangerous challenge. 1 At the beginning of the 50- ile rubber raft trip some thought the riv might be a joke but by the completion of the trip the Guadalupe River turned out to be more than a formidable test of teamwork and self-confidence. Nine rubber rafts were laun- ched uncerem oniously into the riv id-m morning A pril 29 each a in ten en. Seventy soldiers from the First Team ’s C” Co. 1st Bn. 81st A rm and tw ty accoi panying troopers from the Eng. Bn. made the trip. Troopers spent the first day getting the fee l’ of handling the rubber boats on the narrow rive r. And to some maybe that did seem like a joke for the adventurers continuously were forced to hop out of the boats every couple of hundred yards or so and drag the rafts. Water in portions of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

Page S ix A Ft. Hood was the scene last weekend of the Sixth Annual Invitational Explorer Olym- pics bringing together 650 young people from six local Explorer Councils. O we re organized and conducted this year by the 1st Bn. 78th Field Arthy 2nd Armd. Div. The eart O ex a Council headquartered in Waco acted as hosts for the event. Other councils participating were Capitol Area (Austin) Coman- che Trail (Brownwood) East Texas (Tyler) Concho Valley (San Angelo) and Gulf Coast (Corpus Christi). 1 The Olympics got under way Friday afternoon with the tra itio a torch -lig tin ceremony. Grant Teaff head football co a chat Baylor University lit the torch at Baylor Stadium then it was flown by helicopter to Ft. Hood where it was run into Prichard Stadium and burned until the close of the Olympics. •There ere 19 separate events with both men and women divisions covering everything from chess to track to general knowledge tests to gymnastics to water polo. All the events ere staged on Entri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

Fridayi May 10 1974 2ndSqdn. IstCav. The officers and their ladies of the 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. 2nd Armd. Div. et the 18th of April in the main ballroom of the Ft. Hood Officers Club to nold a a alry ch ceremony in honor of the departing 3rd Bde. comman- der and his wife Col. and Mrs. W. Russel Todd. The ceremony consists of mixing a variety of liquors. Each one representing a cam aig in which the regiment participated. Other guests were Lt. Col. and Mrs. John R. Greenway and Cpt. Reed Trp. 2/17 101st Airbor- ne. Following dinner Lt. Col. Carl G. Smith Sqdn. Comdr. presented Col. Todd with a citation and plaque. Welcomed to the Sqdn. were Lt. Rick Bradford Lt. and Mrs. George 1st Bn. 9th (Air) Cav Officers and ladies of the l/9th Cav met for a Luau Par- ty Apr. 19 at the FHOOM sponsored by A” Troop. Lt. Col. George Burrow welcomed new officers WO 1 Taylor Tarvin WO 1 Scott Kelly WO 1 Gregory Meyer WO 1 Michael Drake Lt. and Mrs. Philip Miner WO 1 and Mrs. Omar urdette CW 2 and Mrs. Cha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

Page Eight-A I National Hospital Week «!«isp A S WRAPPED-UP-IN-THEIR WORK Workers from central material supply prepare and wrap surgical in- struments for the operating rooms. Central material by Richard Stacy Photos by Bobby Bolden THE TEMPERATURE’S RISING Two the hospital. Central materiel supply people from central materiel supply sterilizes and wraps instruments for all prepare thermometers for use throughout departments at Darnall. HEART CART A hospital employee demonstrates the Maxi-cart. It performs and monitors life support ser­ 4 supply provides sterile instruments for hospital depart- ments. Darnall opens doors to get acquainted vices such as respiration heart beat and blood pressure and free hospital attendants for other work. FORT HOOD SENTINEL The week of May 12 -18 1974 Darnall Army Hospital is joining hospitals throughout the country in celebrating National Hospital Week. This is an annual event sponsored by the American Hospital Association and its member institution...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

id a a 1 0 1 9 7 4 9 Cooks make magic Mystical Merlin could con- jure up secret potions to please his patrons andrake has many bewildering tricks and bewi chi ng spel up his sleeve and evidently the per- sonnel of 1st Bn. 78th Field Arty (1-78 FA) 2nd Armd. Div. Dining Facility must possess a magic formula or en- chanting charm of their own. Recently Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. Ill Corps and Ft. Hood Cmdr. presented the 1-78 FA with the Commanders Best Dining Facility Award for the 3rd Qtr. of fiscal year 1974. The 1-78 FA also won the award for the 2nd Qtr. of ‘74 and by retaining the trophy they have added to an extraor- dinary list of laurels bestowed upon them. Best on Post at least one Qtr. of ’72 ’73 and now twice in ’74 Best in HOW seven of the last eleven quar- a a possession of the DivArty trophy. S teak to order Polish sausage washed potatoes French fried potatoes rolls hot buttered corn salad and strawberry shortcake were the fare for the day as the visitor took a magic...

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

Page Ten-A A SPECIAL DAY This will be a very special Mothers Day for Sergeant Horace P. Jones and his wife Rebecca. They will be welcoming their brand new daughter TEMPORARY HOME This isolette is temporarily home of tiny Cherish Kneppler daughter of Spec. 4 David W. Kenppler and his wife Teresa. Kneppler is Stephanie shown here with her mother in the ‘living in’ section of Darnall Army Hospital. (Photo by Ivan Foster) Mm. .miw a l— with Hq. and Hq. Co. 1st Bn. 81st Armd. 1st Cav. Div. (U.S. Army Photo) Sw* FORT HOOD SENTINEL 1 SWEET SLUMBER With Mother’s Day just around the corner baby Durbin just a 7 I 1 ........... JUST WAIT Are babies really decep- time until after they are home? Sleeping comfortably here is Chad Glen Nesliet son of Spec. 4 Bobby Nesliet and his wife Joanne of “B” Co. 124th Maint. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. (Photo by Bobby Bolden)* tlve or do they just seem to sleep all the slumbers through the day. Durbin is the new baby of Sgt. David Durbin 401st MP TP-. (Continued fro...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

i* Friday May 10 1974 Editor’s Note: Captain Ted Smith is an Assistant Legal Assistance Of- ficer in the Staff Judge Ad- vocate General’s office for III Corps and t. Hood. He iv his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Indiana University. This article is the first in a series on common deceptive trade practices used to induce people into buying products they either do not want or do not need. Names and telephone num- bers are fictitious. One night a few weeks ago I answered phone to be greeted by a pleasant female voice asking me if I was 229- 7343. A fter informing the young lady that my name was Smith but if she was speaking of my telephone she had guessed right we proceeded to exchange the usual “how-do- you do’s The young lady then told me that she was represen- ting the Acme Research Com- pany and wanted to know if I was familiar with a certain nationally published weekly magazine. After replying that I was she proceeded to offer the sam magazine to me “free of charge” Taken aback by t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

Page Twelve-A By CECIL GREEN The problem of rearming and refueling Army helicop- ters in combat situations con- tinues to interest researchers at MASSTER. And to find possible solutions to the problem test officials LIGHT-W EIGHT LOADER Staff Sergeant W illiam Forthman drives an MJ-15C forklift up the ramp of anew am- munition shipping container that is part of a test being conducted by MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review). Both the con- tainer and the MJ-15C are specifically designed for use in a Forward Area Refueling and Rearming Point (FARRP) where five helicopters can refuel and How come they have to show re-run TV programs each sum- mer yet they always seem to FOR THE BEST PRICE IN TOWN A ME BEFORE YOU BUY SIDING OR REMODELING ACE CONST. CO. 634-5566 Bank Rate Financing Member of Cham ber of Commerce Serving the Killeen Area 7 Years 1960 1967 1968 Al/THORIZED DEALER Chrysler- Plymouth had an answer to the gas problem long before there was agas prob...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

Friday May 10 1974 By JERRY REED Sports Editor Millions of people went to bed on electio night in November of 1948 thinking that hom as ew ey was the President of the United States. The results of the error stemmed from a misleading headline. The Chicago Tribune thought that it had “scooped” the nation with the following a E W E ELECTED. This erroneous information made it look like the “buck stopped there” for the incum- bent Harry S. Truman. When the record was set straight the A BIG JUMP Dennis Jordan a ember of the 1st Cav. Div. track team shows his winning from in the triple jum at the ace scheduled This Sunday the Flatlanders Motorcycle Club will sponsor a Hill Climb at Mound Texas. The Hill Climb strictly A.M.A. rules will begin at 2 p.m. with sign-ups being from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Admission to the Hill Climb Will be $2 per person. Races will be held in six dif- ferent classes. The following are the different classes of races: O-lOOcc 101-125cc 126-200cc 201-250cc "Nt * 25...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

i*age Two-B *t Alou waivered The ilw aukee Brew ers asked waivers Monday on out- fielder-first baseman Felipe Alou a 17-year major league baseball veteran for the pur- pose of giving him his uncon- ditional release. Alou who will be 39 on May 12 is hitless in three times at bat this season. The Brewers purchased him from the Mon- freal Expos last December 7. mm- Alterations Tony Waldrop the nation’s latest track sensation said Monday that a world record would be set soon for the mile run but he didn’t think he would be the one to establish it. The ark is 3:51.1 set by Jim Ryan in 1967. “I certainly think that 3:50 is not that far off” said Waldrop the 22-year-old star from the Universitv of North Carolina. The fledgling NBA franchise in New Orleans sought Pete Maravich for the same reason the Atlanta Hawks signed the is to l” fo ears ago: Money. The New O rleans people can’t really believe "Pistol Pete” will win ore games for them than all those first and second round draft choices ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

4 Friday May 10 1974 I 4 I' Sports Green Acres By JERRY EED ".Today’s history lesson concerns the financial history df the game of golf. Return with us now to the year 1934. Let’s face it in 1&34 money was hard to come by but nevertheless some people did make a lot of it. Now $6767 is not considered much money these days but to Paul Runyan it was a mint. Runyan in 1934 was the top money winner among professional golfers. Jumping ahead approximately ten years we come to the year 1944. Again money was hard to come by but nevertheless some people did make a lot of it however it didn’t always come in the form of greenbacks or cpins. In 1944 Byron Nelson was the top money winner of the touring pros. Nelson was given a total of $37967.69 in War Bonds for his efforts. Needless to say the prize money for professional golf jias come along way in terms of financial benefits. Examine if you will the amount of money earned today compared to the mediocre salaries of yesteryear fijlore specif...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

Page Four-B JAG FOR THE DEFENSE Cpt. Don Thomas a member of the Ft. Hood JAG golfers watches one of his shots during the re Law Day ournam ent. Thomas along with his fellow lawyers Heading the list of items con- sidered at the April 29-30 meeting of the Parks and Wildlife Commission are the proposed 1974-75 hunting freshwater fishing and trap- ping regulations. Beginning at 1 p.m. in Room 105 of the John H. Reagan Building in Austin the com- missioners will set seasons bag limits and means and methods for the harvest of if in regulatory counties for the coming hunting seasons. Saltwater fishing regulations will not be 3et during the April meeting but are tentatively set to be heard at the May 23rd meeting of the commission. Commissioners will also con- sider the following: —A ro sed policy on mitigation of water resources projects other construction and pollutin. —Sea Rim State Park Amen- dment for the construction of a a a an el associated parking area and boat ramp. A it a at San ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

Friday. May 10 1974 Youve com long wav Lady message from CG ay 14 1974 ark the thirty-second an iv ersary of the W om en’s A rm Corps. I congratulate an convey best wishes to each of its em bers. The W om en’s Arm Corps an all-volunteer force since its inception in 1942 has established a proud tradition th ro its achievements which have earned respect an adm iratio throughout the orld. The role of the W omen’s A rm Corps in our volunteer A rm ill in crease in significance and will ad ress new challenges. I a confident that our women in uniform will continue to support the nited S tates A rm and our N ation a in the past with loyalty com petence and devotion to ty. The Cub Scout Roundtable to be held May 14 at the Religious Education Center Bldg. 442 Ft. Hood will be the last held th re til S te r. a th rin a tiv itie and displays ill be available before the 7:30 p.m. opening cerem ony. Babysitting ser- vices will again be provided by Explorer Post 255 of Killeen’s St. hristopher’s E...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

Cage Six-B Recreation Services Go-Karts The O utdoor ecreation ... Branch Post Recreation Ser- vices has 25 go-karts each powered by a 49C McCullen • engine. They really go! Ft. Hood’s Sadowski Field is being used for the mile course. Military personnel anty their dependents can ride Tues. Wed. Thur. Sat. and Sun. 11:30 a.m. till dusk. The cost ■ for riding is only 50 cents per six laps. For more information call 5-3653. Boating Instructions Sailboat and Skiboat instruc- tions will be given at the Belton Lakeside Resort Boat Dock Wed. thru Sun. Skiboat instructions will be from 8:00 a.m to 11:30 a.m . and Sailboat will be from 1:00 p.m . to 3:30 p.m. Reser vations must be made this can be done by calling the boat dock at 5-6570. A license will be issued upon completion of the course and all personnel must have one in order to rent a boat. Equipment Check Out The O utdoor ecreation Equipment Check-Out Center Bldg. 2238 is now open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The cen- ter is open to ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

1 0 1 9 7 4 ft hospital Week May Safeway Special! Light Detergent 12-ie Crust Enriched Flour. All Purpose Parade. Gets Clothes Clean! Fruit Drinks Cut Green Beans Tomato Soup Saltine Crackers Tomato Sauce Crushed Wheat Breed. Skylark -oi. Loaf Rye Bread Wheat 16-ez. Skylark. Regular Loaf Bread. Skylark 100% Whole W heat Dog Food Old Pal. For Cats Too! Aluminum Foil Cleanser Powder Deodorant Soap Air Freshener Lunch Bags 16-ot. Loaf 15-os. Can Kitchen Craft. 12 Inches Wide White Magic Can Truly Fine Brocade ayer Aspirin Extra Savings With Safeway Lew Prices! 14-os. Kitchen Craft 63* 50-Ct. Tablets Bottle Milk of agnesia Phil ps. Soothing! Tablets Kotex Sedative 36-Ct. 0 0 4 Analgesic Bottle O Though he’s not lying on his back on a makeshift scaf- folding 100 feet above the floor working by candlelight with spattered paint covering his face and clothes Spec. 4 Louis L. Mackey is about as close as the 2nd Armd. Div. can come to Michelangelo. He stands on a sturdy step ladder five feet ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

Page Eight-B Monday 13 May 8:27 E .E .S ey to re 9:00— ypes of isch a rg ertificates 9:46— O -1511/4-T onU tilityT rucks 10:00 AWOL 10:2 3 he A ero S cout 11:00 message struction eview 1 11:35 lossing the mental Arches 12:2? enom ous A im a ls A rthropods 1:00— A vailable rain in Aids 1:14 Insp of an A uto material (W hld Veh) 2:00 ake harge 3:34 Why Be it 4:00 AN /M PQ -4 a a 4:31 A rad itio in music j:2 7 Hook ow n W heels Down: istory of the A ircraft a rrie 6:24 he W world W would Be in Chaos 6:34 O logies & Ism 7:27— ree an You 8:22 a ra ty W here th West in Toesday 14 May sic al itn ss 1 ighlights of A rm A ctivities t’s a rn to Teletype-Teletype IM onference W reckless riving sing th E a st as Tern (EG T) ole lain 2 O rgn of & uties of ersonnel ra ehicle riving AOB ts ap ab ilitie of E Equip efense of Convoys from Ambush rises In terv en tio -T ir ty ig en fro Louisiana left their jobs in the middle of last week to come to Ft. Hood eat rations and climb around on tank...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

Friday May 10 1 9 7 4 WMtV Jefferey recently became a participant in an inter- national photo contest and as latest evidence of his skill he submitted a pic of lovely Ms. Janice Barnes. Janice is a native of Sydney Australia and it is a very well kept secret as to just how Jeff managed to wend his way to DAWES GALAXY ‘53V Straight Guage & Frame 2 3 /2" Frame O ........... VOLKSCYCLE MK III ALL SIZES ................. I MINI Wide S election Of Touring Gear & A ccessories A S I N E E N E 4508 BURNET RD. 451-8111 TUES.-SAT. 9-6:30 RENT A CAR 1973 HORNETS & GREMUNS New & Used Cars for Rent WEEKLY RATES in Austin Texas JIM HOFFPAUIR Inc. Buick-Olds-Pontiac (Hwy. 281 Right From Circle) (512) 556-6285-LAMPASAS DRIVE 30 MIN. WEST & SAVE $$$ Warranty Service Welcome New & Used Cars & Trucks For Hoss Power See Hoffpauir” As Low As *6.00 Per Day and 6C Per Mile DOWNTOWN AUTO RENTALS 509 W. Rancier— KILLEEN— 634-5743 EEEm SBGZ (Formerly Wilson’s Ice Cream Shoppe) UND...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

^age Ten-B A NNO UN CEM EN TS Travel Notices 013 N id to a a ll sp ita l eek ay 7:30 a .m .-4:30 m . from 3 wiles est of em le on FM 2305. Call Keren ratz a 778-4354 or-685-7510. (5/3U BUSIN ESS SERVICES Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV rand N ew 19 inch rta le ith Built-in A ntena. ented bv th ay Week or onth. Com by an ake our Selection from O ur arge Stock. monthly entals$10to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 W est ancierA ve. ille ............................................634-4742 (tfn) Furn. Upholstery 046 7 .P IE E LIVING room suit $199.95 iscount rn iture 315 N worth 8th 634-0323 (tfn) Air Con. Heating 050 GEORGE’S AIR CONDITIONING -H E A IN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. S prott Killeen Sentinel Classified RENTALS Houses Unfurnished 077 t is 3 bedroom tral heat 8. a ir fenced yard 547-6669. (5/10) REAL ESTATE City Property 090 BRICK HOME FOR SALE BY OW NER LOCATION: On tw larg city lots a end paved and curb ed tre joining th country no traffic ARD The rettie st an ee est a rp ra law in a a sa ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

Friday May 10 1974 A cadem program to begin The U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy (USASMA) has announced the start of a nonresident program Class one will begin on or about 15 August 1974 and will have an enrollment of approximately 35 Active Army and 15 Reserve Component students. it SAS MA Nonresident Course it will consist of 520 nonresident hours 60 resident hours and 45 hours for independent resear- ch. The course is devoted to a of in iv id a and an at a behavior leadership communications and ms relating to a a in a a in soldiers. The program provides an op- portunity for selected Active Army and Reserve Component senior NCO to enhance their military careers. After the August 1974 class a class will start in July of each year. CONUS and over- seas command personnel are eligible to apply and final selection will be made by a DA Board Active Army NCOs in- terested in applying for the August 1974 class should for- ward applications through a to a iv at I E E N A N A PC -E PE -E A...

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