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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

Page Eight-A W 1 THE LAST LEG Or is it paddle? The woodsmen begin the second and final phase of the adventure hike as they make the Leon River’s watery highway serve their purpose. Much of the river was not FILL IT UP—Sgt. Raul Rondon serves roast beef to the men at the halfway point to the hike. The Army chow was a welcome change from the more exotic HIT THE BEACH Looks like shore leave for sure as the outdoorsmen storm the beach at Belton Recreation Area in anticipation of the steaks and iced kegs that await them at the end of line. High navigable because of log jams and low water forcing the men to carry both boats and gear much of the first half of the jour- ney. m&m dishes prepared on the trail which in- cluded sauteed rattlesnake basted rac- coon and filet of armadillo. A winds and choppy waters made for a hazardous crossing in the small two-men rafts and gave the men a chance to utilize their lessons in water safety. Sweating and swearing dirty and dry and having a wonder...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

Friday June 21 1974 2nd Bn. 41st Inf. The officers’ wives of the 2nd Bn. 41st Inf. met last Friday for their June coffee. The group et at the home of Mrs. E ric Hoi deman. Mrs. au cN att w’as the co- hostess for the coffee. Mrs. Mark We liner was welcomed to the group by Mrs. John Mc- Donald wife of the Bn. Comdr. Mrs. McDonald brought the newly lis re ’s HOW” 2nd Armd. Div. Wives cook book. The wives have had a number of get togethers during the ast month in- cluding a spaghetti dinner co- hosted by rs. Paul Carlstedt and rs. hom as Morley. Mrs. Paul McNett and Mrs. Joe Bums ere honored with a baby shower given by Mrs. MCorpsSoctolftotes MASSTER WIVES A S S E W wives gathered recently for a potluck luncheon at the Lake Belton home of Col. and Mrs. Homer L. Walker. Mrs. Walker and the ladies of Logistics were the hostesses. A special treat was having MASSTER wife Mrs. Ira W. IstSqdn. 6th Cav. !T“Happiness Is .” was the theme of the Fighting Six- th’s recent hail and farewell ai the ...

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

Page Ten-A A MAJOR SUBJECT OF GENERAL IN- TEREST Colonel Robert L. Shir key commander of the Kansas City-based 917th Spt. Grp. gives a special briefing on his group’s mission to special visitors (from left to right) FORSCOM Comman- der Gen. W alter T. Kerwin Jr. Comman- ding General of III Corps-Ft. Hood Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. and Col. Chris Things looking better By CLEM HUGHES Telescopes microscopes periscopes and the like all have a basic function —to help the eye see things it would nor- mally bypass because of limited vision. Currently researchers at MASSTER (Modern Army S le te S ste est Evaluation and Review) are looking through some new types of optical systems that may help soldiers see better in certain instances. Now if a soldier needs a light-weight hand-held device to extend his vision about the only thing available is a pair of binoculars. However the standard issue in cu lars have se era drawbacks that can hamper a soldier according to Major John Goodrich the pr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

riday Ju 2 1 1974 Ft. Hood’s Steve Morton the runner-up in the Post Cham- pionships took third place in the en’s O pen Division in singles competition during the tly le te O SCOM Cham pionships played at t. am pbell Kentucky. orton rc a his op- ponent from t. Bragg with games of 6-4 and 7-5. ale Schw icker represen- ting t. ragg defeated Ft. a ilto ’s illip eriger with set scores of 6-3 6-3 and 6-4 to win the en’s Open on Boat inspection scheduled the final day of action (June 14). The top spot in the Women’s Open categ ry was won by Leala Jew of t. Lewis. She defeated second-place winner Jan Lockwood 6-3 and 6-2. Third place in the Women’s Open as on by S irley Sm ith from San Francisco’s Presidio hen she defeated Carole ellerm an of Ft. ragg in the consolation watch with scores of 7-5 and 6-3. a E a Presidio of San Francisco cap- Frazier defeats Quarry Joe Frazier knocked down Jerry Quarry sliced a cut over his left eye and stopped him in the fifth round of a scheduled 12-round he...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

Rage Two-B SPORTS 'jj.S. Open goes to Hale By JERRY REED It was the final game of the 1966 season. John Beard and Hale Irwin walked deliberately across the trampled sod of Folsom Field for the last time. •Beard an offensive guard and Irwin a safety on defense were the co-captains of the University of Cpiorado football team. Both were seniors and both were All-Big 8 performers in their respective positions. •The two captains ended successful careers on that final day of the season. The Buffs defeated the Air Force Academy 10-9 to cap a 7-3 year. •Irwin as history shows was the more accomplished athlete of the two and upon the completion of his col- legiate career he switched sports. Hale Irwin became a golfer. Although Irwin won many honors as college gridster he must have always been thinking of golf. By profes- sional standards he wasn’t that big to become an NFL player at his assigned position. He stands slightly over six feet and weighs approximately 165 pounds. Irwin’s athletic ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

riday 2 1 1 9 7 4 Shake heads and come out thinking. Latest rumor on Don eredith’s replacement former Detroit Lion Alex arras Hale Irwin 1974 U.S. Open champ was former All Big 8 safety during football days at the University of Colorado he was selected for honors for his performance during the 1965 and 1966 seasons. South- west Conference coaches Darrell Royal of Texas and Frank Broyles of Arkansas will be commentators on ABC’s NCAA College Football Game-Of-The-Week next fall. Tomorrow night in Lubbock the Coaches’ All- America Game is scheduled for television coverage ABC will again air the annual event. The Texas Rangers continue to lead the American League in atten- dance and are presently involved in a two-week homestand. .. Last man to bat over .400 in baseball was Ted Williams that was in 1941 Williams posted a .406 average—the closest to that ark was set in 1957—it was doen by Williams himself with a mark of .388. Youngest player in the major leagues is Milwaukee shor- tstop ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

Page Four-B By STAN GEYER Publicity Officer Arts & Crafts Center The A rts & rafts Center Bldg No. 3 on eadquarters Ave will show film on Sculp- tu rin /T rc E a lin & ronze Casting S lp tu re on June 24th & 25th at 7 p.m There will be a series of workshops covering projects for families a the A rts & rafts en ter Bldg No. 3. These workshops will stress family in te re in working together on projects. .A N atu ral Dye Workshop I- using only a tu ra dyes will be held June 21 22 23. re-registration is required. Sign up in advance at the Arts & rafts enter Bldg No. 3 before 19 June. For more in- formation call Ted Kolodziej or Irene ellinger 685-2417. ARCHERY CLUB The t. Hood Archery Club 7 is seeking new em ers!!!! If you are interested in joining or would like ore information call 685-8238. Midnight Bowling Center Looking fo something to do? The Bowling Center has something th a should be right up your alley. Midnight No Tap Bowling Tournam ents will be held e...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

2 1 1974 Alka-Seltzer Jewish Rye Tablets. Analgesic. 25-Ct. Bottle ray Spwiatl Detergent Bread. Skylark. 1 Safeway Special! I Burger Buns h}rs. Wright's —I Cheese Bread■Lari. White Bread White Magic. Gets Clothes Clean! SPCCMtS Tomato Catsup Salad Dressing Charcoal Briquets Paper Plates Corn Chips Brawn Sarva. lB-a Mrs. Wriohf’s Mm. ON SALE THIS WEEK Better Homes v- & Gardens Encyclopedia of Cooking Volume 7 :$189 Dial Very Dry L“99* ArfH-Penpirent Style Hair Spray For Any air Style! £r59* Stayfree $1.05 Polident It?- Denture Tablets ftfark$jeyu)ottlh Highway. Tasty! Safeway Big BuyI Piedmont Safeway Big Buy! Brocade. 9 Inch Safeway Big Buy! lSAFEWAY 14-ox. Bottle Arrow. ForCookouts! 10-Lb. Safeway Big Buy! Bag Party Pride. Crisp! Safeway Big Buy! Coffee Safeway. Pre-Ground. (Limit 1 With $5 or more purchase excluding cigarettes additional at Regular Price!) Purex Bleach Uqrid Bl.ach. DIsl.f.cts! ’/i-G Plastic 100-Ct. Pkg. Dips for Chips Lucerne. 8-ox. Safeway Big Buy! Ctn. Corn...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

page Six-B Monday 24 Jane 8:27 Conference Method of Instruction 9:01 Reporting Information 9:35 Set the Stage for Dental Health 10:00 Functioning of HBM2 Browning M/G 10:09—Role Playing 1 11:00 Fundamentals of Map Reading-Grid Mag Angle & Diagram 11:14 Insp of Tank Auto Material (Whld Veh) 12:27 Venomous Animals: Arthropods 1:00 TacEm plof Div. Arty Pt 2 1 :5 6 —Duty Honor iCountry 2:30 —Knots 3:00 Instructor Retraining Workshop 4:00 —The Perfect Drug 4:31 Making of a Soldier Rliceman 5:27 A Day in Nature's School 5:52 —Waco Texas 6:07 Run Sunward Kiekhaefer Mercury (Boating) 7:27 —The Summer of '72 7:35 The Way It Is/Tac Airlift Story Tuesday 25 Jane 8:27 Physical Fitness Pt 1 9:00 —Counseling 9:47 Proj Delta-Long Range Recon Patrol 10:00 Closed Breech Scavenger Sys M60A2 Cycle of Functioning .50 Cal M/G Pt 111:01 11:30 Intro to & Evolution of Civ Distur- bance 12:27 Prosigns & Operating Signals 1:01 Intro to Wheeled A Tracked Vehicles 1:35 —Article 15 2:00—AWOL 2:23 El...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

Friday June 2 1 1974 .i 1 Jefferey loaded with loot from his Recent stay in Las Vegas jetted to Miami for a brief repast and encountered lovely TOP RETIRES Cmd. Sgt. Maj. George W. Layne is pictured in a col- lage depicting various periods in his military career: Acting First Sergeant Layne as he appeared in 1948 preparing -for afield march (top point) In Korea 1963 the then Master Sergeant perfor- ming his duties as a “self appointed doc- tor.” (right point) On guard duty in 1946 the then T-5 Layne stands his post (bot- -ioyn right point) In Korea the then Sfc. Layne at a machine gun post (top left point-outside) and SSG. Layne as he looked in 1946. (top left point-inside) In 252 Cove Terrace Eyecatcher 'j C# IBS HONEYWELL STROBOLITE 14 *15.95 Value only $995 547-5781 'WHAT DO YOU DO AFTER YOU'VE LOOKED IN YOUR CLOSET? Copperas Cove Push Your Old Clothes To The Side And Make Room For New Ones. CHECK OUR SALE ITEMS TOO! KLOTHES LINE 440 PLAZA-MINI MALL .A! S lB Ms. Carol itale laybo...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

Page Eight-B BUSINESS SERVICES Radio# TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 inch Portable with Built-in Antena. Rented by the Day Week or Month. Come by and Make Your Selectio from O ur arge Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. Killeen.......................................... 634-4742 (tfn) Furn. Upholstery 046 7 PIECE LIVING room suit $199.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323 (tfn) Air Con. Heating 050 CARRIER AIR CONDITIONERS 24000 30000 36000 42000 48000 $550 to $900 INSTALLED No Money Down on Approved Credit KEN’S TV 547-2639 GEORGES AIR CONDITIONING -H E A IN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott l/een Lawnexpert *. LAWN MOWER TILLER & MINI-BIKE REPAIR Parts in Stock McQUEENS REPAIR SHOP 912 W. HWY. 190 634-3224 GARAGE SALE June 15 and 16 9:Q0 A .M to 6:00 .M . 2903 W ijlow bend Killeen. Swing Set Lawn ower Many Baby Item s Much Much More. (6-14) LOOKING FOR AN OPPORTUNITY TO O W N YOUR OW N BUSINESS? IN ESTIG A TE THE W ESTER N AUTO ASSOCI...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

Friday June 2 1 1974 AAFES considers the problem so serious that exchanges worldwide have been instruc- ted to check bicycle stock as- sortm ents and add a lock- washer or self-locking device to handbrake assemblies that do not have that feature. At least one fatality has been at- tributed to a slipping caliper handbrake mechanism and the AAFES is doing everything possible to see that the military community is aware of that potential danger.” lonel Sp aldin said patrons who may discover that the bike does not have a locking device that secures the handbrakes to the frame can obtain them free at any ex- change that carries bicycles. )i) N ow Featuring Hassocks $3 9 5 Each plus Cocktail a End Tables $ 1 0 9 5 Each Financing Available LIGHTFOOT FURNITURE 547-2231 1 52 1 E. y. 1 9 0 COPPERAS COVE 9. 7 locks need The growing popularity of bicycles especially the multi- speed varieties has brought a stong word of caution from the Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES). Colonel Thomas...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

-Page Ten-B a .. wN OGJ98 Bobby Tolan......................... List $15.20 Select glove leather Double Speed Trap Web with new Arch Top Double Lazy “S pocket lace Edge-U-Cated heel Sale GJ57 Steve Carlton ...................... List $26.00 Chocolate brown and dark tan glove leather 3-piece palm Triple Speed Trap Web Wing Tip back Double Lazy“S” pocket lace Edge-U-Cated heel Comfo-Lok wrist adjustment RAWLINGS BaseLaLI shoEs Rawlings baseball shoes are the leading brand in the major leagues. The guys who know don't take chances on comfort. Top grade yellowback cowhide leather is shaped on a special Fleetfoot Last a last used only in the production of Rawlings shoes. Good shape means good it .. that’s the secret behind every Rawlings shoe. Retail Price *27.20 Gibson's Sale Price $15 DISCOUNT CENTER COPPERAS COVE OFJ7 Nate Colbert .......................... |_ist $28.80 Chocolate brown and dark tan mitt leather 3-piece palm 2-piece V-Anchored Web Patented Web Con- troller Double Ca-Thu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

4 Photos by Ivan Foster Story by Tom Wolsfeld 5 Sk^y^«SI A mAt if 4 ' tm ff* VOL. 33 NO. 16 Today’s Army is being faced with the challenge of ‘‘laying the groundwork of an Army which will keep a generation of peace” according to Secretary of the Army Howard ‘‘Bo” Callaway. ‘‘We must now set the style of the new Army towards that goal. Mr. Callaway made the statements at a press con- ference held Tuesday during his visit to Ft. Hood. He was met at Robert Gray Army Airfield Tuesday morning by Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. Ill Corps and Ft. Hood commander and spent most of the morning touring the National Guard and Reserve units at Ft. Hood for their annual training. After a lunch in the field he observed an artillery firing exercise and tank crews inaction. Tuesday evening Callaway was the guest speaker at the annual Central Texas-Ft. Hood Chapter of the As- sociation of the United States Army (AUSA) Bar-B-Que dinner and general business meeting at the Bend-of- the-River Park in Belto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

Page wo-A (B TA & ByS.McCENDON Today I saw a man die. Today I saw a healthy young body that was full of beauty and promise in the clean morning sunshine lie cold and still and final beneath the bright orange covering placed over him by the rescue unit. The rescue unit that was too late to rescue him but only gave his family a token of what he once was to bury and 'to mourn. I have witnessed the miracle of life many times. I have watched a yellow chick peck it’s final way tof freedom to emerge wet and clumsy and brand new to the world. I saw my own daughter make her way into the world and my heart contracted with a sacred pride too wonderful for words. The mare in the pasture near our house gave birth a week ago to a beautiful ungainly replica of herself that makes its way about on spindly legs and is a miracle of soft brown eyes and innocent joy. Life is a beautiful and precious thing but it is oftly the bright side of the coin. The other side of that coin must be the terminatio...

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

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

Page Four-A Cr Battle against apathy slows readers fall back in silence Every once in along while we drop to one knee and send out a plea to the troops for written suggestions in the form of letters to the editor. Most of the time these pleas fall on blind eyes or we receive letters explaining why we do not receive letters more often than we do. Constructive criticism is a wonderful tool. And we use it to the best of our ability. However as in most fields there are certain subjects that cannot be volleyed back and forth across the pages of a military newspaper civilian enterprise or otherwise or that are not con- I sidered ‘appropriate” for our particular medium. Last week one of our reporters was told of a Jour- I nalist Award he had won from the Office of the Chief of I information Department of the Army for an article he authored on married life in the Army. The award will eventually com down through channels. 1 It was the opinion of the powers that be in Washington that the arti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

Friday June 28 1974 READY TO FIRE This AH-1G (Snake) Cobra gunship is ready to attack with its 7.62 mini-gun and rockets. During Brave //4TERING )6 3flss?| ihe sprinkler dround!/kid run-offs! giiiimiiiiiuiitmiiiiHMitMiMHHMmiHMmiMmmimtniimifi TEXAS STATE PAWN SHOP 127 W. Hwy. 190 On the Hill in a ig ts 699-9121 OPEN SUNDAY 12 Noon to 7 PM Mon. thru Sat. 9:00 a.m to 8:00 p.m. Every Day Low Prices LOANS ade On Anything of Value! imuitMiHiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiitiHiiHiimiiuiminmmuiiimi PEEK-A-BOO This OH-58 “LOCH” displays the tac- tics used during Exercise Brave Crew ’74. The nap-of- the-earth technique is now accepted as a necessity in a mid-intensity environment. This method is also used in tank attacks by Cobra gunships. (U.S. ARMY PHOTO) Crew these 2nd Bde. Choppers were con- stantly in support of ground units. (U.S. ARMY PHOTO) HAS MAIL CALL TURNED INTO BILL CALL? If that’s been the case lately HFC wants to call your at- tention to the Billpayer Loan. With the Billpayer we may be able t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

ag Six-A Mr. HOT NCO WIVES The 2nd Armd. Div. NCO Wives recently held their mon- thly coffee at the Ft. Hood Post NCO Club. The theme for the month was Protocol. Mrs. Thomas Carruthers welcomed guest speaker Mrs. Edward G. Farrand and special guest Mrs. Russell A. Mericle Jr. wife of the 1st. Bn. 41st (Mech) Inf. Cmdr. Mrs. Far- rand gave an informative and amusing talk on Protocol touching especially upon Military Protocol. The talk was enjoyed by everyone and answered any questions THE MUSIC MAN CW04 Russell Mc- Connell center is congratulated for having received a Meritorious Service Medal by Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. cmdr McConnell’s wife Mary watches. Mr. McConnell was awar­ The 2nd Armd. Div.’s “Hell On Wheels” Band will be mar- ching to a different beat fol- lowing the departure of band- fhaster CW04 Russell V. Mc- Cpnnell who received the Meritorious Service Medal last Friday before leaving for Ft. Rucker Ala. “distinguished himself by ex- ceptionally meritorio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

Friday June 28 1974 S 27th Maint* The officers wives of the 27th Maint. Bn. met Wed. June 19 at a Killeen restaurant for a lovely ffe luncheon. Hostess for the luncheon were Mrs. Kenneth Agorichas and Mrs. Roger Schempf. Mrs. Jack Sauer welcomed special guest Mrs. Katherine Ander- son of Atlanta Ga. grand- th of rs Cochrane. Farewell gifts were presented to Mrs. Frankline Gentry Mrs. John Cochrane and rs. ichael Heath. uring ash rt business meeting Tues. June 25 at 7:30 everyone of th rillers meeting Tues. 25 June at 7:30 p.m. It will be held at the home of Mrs. Arthur Junot 6803-24th Street t. Hood. Also be thinking of Christmas Bazaar projects. The “27th Play Day’’ is set for July 12th. The hostess for Command Sergeant Major George W. Layne a native Texas who has spent the last 28 years in active military ser- vice retired with honors Mon- day. His colleagues and troops of the 13th Spt. Bde. paid tribute to Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Layne in a formal NCO retirement and awards parade. During ...

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