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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Friday July 12 1974 iKISS BATON PASSED IN FREE FALL Lt. Col. Kenneth D. Guess receives the baton which was passed to him during a 120-mile per hour free fall June 26. Guess presented the baton which read “Presented to Brig. Gen. Jack Pollock by the graduating class of General Dentistry Residents. Ft. Hood June 26 1974” to Brig. Aviation Award Given The Master Army Aviator Badge the highest award of accom plishm ent an Army aviator can receive was presented to CW04 Kyle J. Spaulding June 14th. CW04 Spaulding is with the Aircraft Maintenance Branch Maintenance Division Direc- a of I a Operations. Presenting the award was Lt. Col. E. L. A dou eD irecto rate of In- dustrial Operations who also holds th a ste Army Aviator Badge. The badge is awarded fol- lowing 15 years of flying ex- perience and over 3000 flying hours. Other special aviator requirements denoting out- standing skill in the Army aviaiton field must also be met. In keeping with tradition in presenting the Master Army Aviat...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Page Eighteen-A By ARTH ESCH In July 1940 the artillery of th newly rg an iz ed 2nd Armd. Div. consisted of the 14th Field Arty. Regiment and th 78th ie ld A rty. Bn. Numerous experiments with tactical organizations during maneuvers in Louisiana in 1941 ultimately led to a regrouping of the a tille into four provisional battalions. .Under this concept one bat- talion could be placed in direct support of each maneuver task force leaving one battalion available for general support. To coordinate the supporting fires the DivArty Headquar- ters came into being as a staff a th iv isio Headquarters. In the fall of 1942 after being eq ip ed ith new self- propelled 105mm Howitzers and declared combat ready DivArty deployed with the Iron euce to the North African Theater. In Sicily Normandy Nor- th rn a A rdennes- Alsace Rhineland and Central Europe the Axis forces felt the ev astatio of HelLs^ ire s” and appropriately “Hell on Wheels” DivArty was chosen as the first American artillery to en...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Friday July 12 1974 SPORTS The missing link By JERRY “PORKER” REED David 0. Selznick climaxed a talent search for the right actress to portray Scarlett O’Hara with the discovery of Vivien Leigh some 35 years ago. His new find was successfully cast opposite Clark Gable alias Rhett Butler in the 1939 classic “Gone With The Wind”. Similiarly Pancho Segura climaxed a talent search for the right tennis player to protray Mr. Champ with the discovery of Jimmy Conners last week. Segura’s new find was then cast opposite Chris Evert alias Miss Champ in the soon-to-be released certain to be a classic “Gone With The Wimbledon”. Segura is not really a movie producer or director but instead Jimmy Conners’ long time coach. It is Segura that discovered this young Belleville 111. product who he calls a “killer”. Jimmy Conners arrogant in his confidence and 'ferocious in his zeal is the 1974 Men’s Singles Cham- pion. The cocky 21-year-old is truly a Wimbledon champ as is his leading-lady Chris Evert....

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Page Two-B i. Shake heads and come out thinking.. Isn’t love grand it is for Jimmy Conners and his bride-to-be Chris Evert the pair of “love birds” are both champion- ships they won the Men’s Singles and Women’s Singles crowns respectively at Wimbledon England last week r- the couple are planning a November wedding with their combine total of $42500 in prize money Wim- bledon’s. Mixed Doubles champs were old teammates Billy Jean King and Owen Davidson former professional football player and movie star Fred Wil- liamson has joined the ABC Monday Night Football team of Frank Gifford and Howard Cosell—Williamson is delighted with his new job and says “Howard draws so much bad publicity I think he wanted me around to share it. I always say what’s on my mind and I ’m bigger than Howard so I’ll get my licks in. I’ll bring some color to the show” 1974 All-Star game is slated for July 23 Game Plan’s College Football 1974 has picked the following players in its All-American backfield this ye...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Friday July 12 1974 y TESTING TH E GREEN One of the local residents watches his putts head for the hole during a gam of golf on the new Clear Creek Golf Course. The new The following is the Sentinel Sports Quiz involving various questions in different sp rts: 1.) W hat team did Sam Baugh sta as arter- back? 2.) Who as the manager of the San Francisco Giants in 1962? 3. Who is called the “King Of Tennis” 4.) Who er the “Big Three” in golf in the 1960’s? 5.) Who is known as the “Babe Ruth of bowling” 6.) W hat bowler has 15 perfect 300 games to his record? 7.) W hat do Dan Pastorini Norm Van Brocklin and Sam augh have in common? 8.) W here did “Pepper” Rodgers coach before he went to U.C.L.A.? 9.) Who is the coach of the niversity of maryland ■football team 10.) Who is the new football coach at West Point? 11.) Who is the quarterback of the U.S.C. Trojans this year? Z/\NCER. x* * 1 tV/UU CURE f& A E TTS S O N 6 Sentinel Sports Quiz 0 0 TEMPLE-WACO g$g 12.) From 1960-1964 this NFL ...

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

Page Foiir-B I "tv. HELL ON WH EE BE EE BBBBBBBBBBB* ^pBBWrBH BB EE A ft ■w%$m*.&« mm ^4^- *V .: Vvv '•^V' WMiS JSB^IllI^ FORT HOOD SENTINEL We’re all in this together: 2nd Armored Division Collage by Ivan Foster _t O _w '"W* Friday July 12 1974 A A

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Friday July 12 1974 Accidents and emergencies such as a car wreck or many combat situations of ten require a cutting torch to bum through tangled masses of metal. Now researchers at MAS- STER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) are examining anew Miniature Thermal Bar Torch that has a greater cutting power then the familiar oxyacetylene torch. he new to was developed by the Land War- fare Laboratory at Aberdeen Proving Grounds Maryland and the MASSTER testing is putting the torch through its paces in typical field situations with soldiers form the 2nd Ar- mored Division at Ft. Hood. “This torch has such a high bum temperature that it can cut through concrete stainless steel earthen materials and it that the oxyacetylene torch cannot penetrate or has trouble penetrating” according to Mr. Jay Austin the test project of- ficer at MASSTER. For example the mini torch can cut through eight inches of armor plating in 39 seconds which could be significant in rescuing m...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Page Six-B DATELINE: MASSTER a bi- weekly offset newspaper will be aking'1 its initial ap- a a is week. The a will be published as a command infor- mation project for MASSTER (Modern A my Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review). “I hope it will be an infor- mative and reliable news source for keeping our people updated on happenings in and around MASSTER” said Lt. Col. Ron Howard supervisor far- the project. ‘The 1st Cav. Div.’s 1st Bn. 68^ ADA welcomed anew commander and honored the outgoing commander during ceremonies held this Tuesday. 'Lieutenant Colonel Edward Jr Jlorton accepted the colors fipm the exiting commander Lt'Col. Charles C. Clarke Jr. at "the cerem ony. Lt. Col. Clarke has been assigned to Hq: and Hq. Co. 1st Cav. Div. as the new Inspector General'. Qlarke assumed the com- mand of the 1st Bn. 68th ADA onjDec. 21 1972 although he had been with the division since January that same year. He was graduated from Clarem ont’s Men’s College and was commissioned in the ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Friday July 12 1974 The ‘‘Week-end Warriors” have been gracing the inner confines of Ft. Hood now quite sometime. They’ve been so busy that probably you haven’t been able to find out who they are or where they came from. Some of th re rv is ts became fathers others had a a celebrated other important events far from their families. The tank crew from "A” Co. 8th 40th Arm is typical of the reserve units which would support the Division if we ever stopped training to do the real thing. For his birthday present the United States Army Reserve gave Spec. 5 Jim Flock a two week expense paid tour to Ft. Hood Tex. Jim ’s birthday was only a day after his unit ar- rived at Ft. Hood for training. The 8/40th the only reserve tank battalion in the Army is firing weapons qualification on Tank Tables IV through VII during their summer camp. As a chemist for a phar- maceutical laboratory in Tuc- son Ariz. holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in chemistry. As a reservist he is the loader in an M60 t...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Pbge Eight-B .r HOW “Iron Knights” trains at Ft. Knox Kentucky Guard trains You wouldn’t think of them 3s soldiers. You would think of them more as a large family. That isn’t to say that the men iif the Combat Support Com- bdny Mortar Platoon 1st Bn. l23rdArm. (1/123) of the Ken- tucky Army National Guard aren’t professional looking. “They came here to do a job and so far they’ve done the job with the upmost enthusiasm” id 1st a |lightower 2nd Bn. 67th Arm. ^od Armd. Div. training evaluator of the Guard. 1 !After range fire of the “four deuce’’ mortars was com- pleted for the day recently the men split up into “campfire” groups and a Kentucky” fepling filled the air. Talk tur- ned to home and was the favorite subject as dusk set in. VI can’t wait to see my wife 3 gain. I can hardly wait to get out of here. I surely do miss Kentucky!” words that ^epmed to make their way ffom man to man as the bright T^xas range sky began to frighten up. .When it got dark the spirits of. the men reais...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

July 12 1974 I Tomato Catsup Off Spray Paper Plates Shoestrings PX will cash your check Brocade. 9 Inch Dressing Piedmont Salad Dressing S afew ay Big Buy! tow s-sp im is S a fe a a O W EVERYDAY PR IC E S! has big Specials Tea everytlme yea shep». for fatal savings that add op fast! And Safeway offers a large selection of all year favorite products ...th gaalfty you're looking for. the extra values in Every Department that stretch your grocery dollars. -^SH 0Pa/n/ SAVE at SAFEWAY! LOW PRICES EVERY DAY and SPECIALS TOO! Safeway Has Everything fat Your Shopping Pleasure! Charcoal Briquets mustard Airrow. For Cookouts! —10-Lb. Bag Town House. Tangy! 14-ox.1 Highway. Tasty! Bottled 7-ox. Can Insect Repellent 1 0 0 t. Fkg. 1.625-ox. Potatoes. 59 32-ox. Jar Mrs. Wright's ^Regular or ^Sandwich. Sliced. Foil Wrapped!- French Bread £3* Skylark. Now Orleans 14-os. Loaf 4 Check Time Valued Cole Slaw Lucerne. Ready to Serve! Chocolate Milk Tortillas Liquid Bleach White Magic. Disinfects! ’/a-Ga...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Page Ten-B O' ■J Captain Ted Smith is an As- sistant Legal Assistance Of- ficer in the Staff Judge Ad- vocate General’s Office for III Corps and t. Hood. He iv his Doct or of Jurisprudence from Indiana University. This article is the fifth in a series on common decptive trade practices. During the past several weeks I’ve discussed some of the many common deceptive trade practices that are being used to separate the consumer from his money. To deal with these ‘‘consumer crimes” the Texas Legislature passed the Deceptive Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Act which became effective in May of 1973. This Act provides that ‘‘False misleading or deceptive Acts or practices in the conduct of any trade or commerce are...unlawful.” a misleading or deceptive acts or practices” as used in the Act has a very broad meaning and covers most situations where a consumer gets taken by an unscrupulous “busines- sman”. More particularly the prac- tices outlawed by the Act in- clude the following: ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

•Friday July 12 1974 1 9 7 4 PLYM OUTH INSURANCE ★Tennis Courts Landscaped Lots Lease Your Next Auto! 1 9 7 4 Plym mouth S atellite 2 Dr. ou pe— adio W .S .W tire s a to atic tran sm issio er te rin tsid irro $ 1 0 8 .8 8 er th ash re fu $ 1 1 5 0 .0 0 1 9 7 4 evrolet Impala ustom oupe 8 A ir co itio radio a to atic tra sm issio power te rin power rak (disc) W .S .W tire 1 2 8 .7 5 th ash refu SI 5 0 0 .0 0 essee ay ro id his ow or ALS will rch a se in su ra le sse ’s req st from an in su ra ag en cy in th TAXES are a in which th car is leased ith a small in crease in th ly a en ts. All tax es license tag a a a in sp tio fees are not in clu in rices as show n. mates in ta te ay req ire som rice a ju tm ts a will be a to th th ly a en ts. _______________________ The above monthly prices are based on th Automotive Leasing Systems 4 1 0 50T STREET S.E. CHARLESTON W A 2 5 3 0 4 LEASING LICENSEES O N LY MONEY SAVING ADVANTAGES do the rcpj S INSTANT HOUSING AVAILABLE Mobile Homes are Set ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Page Twelve-B Throughout Army and Air rc E a S erv ice (AAFES) retail and services activities exchanges are un- rg in th ery close scrutiny of select groups of military personnel who make up A A E S N N Evaluation team s. The team s which consist of officers and noncommissioned officers of both the Army and Air Force have for the most part been operating since 1971. And though some of the faces have changed since that time the mission has not. These men and women are as- signed to AAFES to evaluate every aspect of exchange ser- vice in everyday environment a in of customers then report their findings to major General C. W. Hospelhorn AAFES com- mander for prompt follow-up action. Head of an eight-person no- hotice team based at AAFES headquarters is Army Col. Lucius L. Daughter III chief of the AAFES Customer Ser- vices Ev a at on ranch veteran of 28 years service and one entrusted with dispatching Evaluation units to exchanges across the United States and Seat belts now mandatory “...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Friday July 12 1974 :t a a a a Students at Central Texas College can ork to a rd an a ctua high school diploma then enroll in the college prep program. This program is designed to prepare the student for college. Both the E IM O A N E O E A IO N The 2nd Arm d. Div. recognizes the im por- tance of higher learning in a soldiers life. A fter screening to determine which of the three levels of training offered basic in- term mediate or advanced best suits the in- dividuals needs the soldier may attend The a th lic religious education program is in need jhof instructors as well as ad- \y. ministrative and supply as- ^'sistants according to Fred Jones Catholic director of religious education at Ft. 4 v'l A Confraternity of Christian C* Doctrine (CCD) program is slated to begin on-post in Sep- tem ber according to r. Hood. Jones. However only 45 people ~*have volunteered their ser- 4C*vices ith one hundred teachers plus individuals to as- *sist in administrative and sup- ply positions need...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Page Fourteen-B egularP rogram s: monday thru Friday National Anthem 0759 & 2029 W eather— FH News W what's Happening 0800— Noon— 1700 & 1900 Information & E iitertainm entProgram Published in the ort Hood Sentinel Monday 15 July 8:28Care and Concern 8:43Keeping It Altogether 9:05 POL Safety 9:30Ballistic Aerial Target System (BATS) 10:00Friday the 13th 10:20Mech ngon 45Cal Pistol Pt 2 11:02 Attitudes & Behavior ofthe Drug Abuser 12:28Care and Concern 12:43First Aid: E veryday Emergencies 1:45 Map Reading Elevation & Relief Pt 3 2:30 Rehab & re atm en t Drug Abuse Preventionand Control 3:00Tac& Em pl. of Germ an/Russian Arty 3:38 The Army Comm issary 4:00The Perfect Drug 4:31 A Tradition in Music 5:28 Care and Concern 5:43.Anatomy of a Road 6:10 King Crab-The Royal Quarry 6:35.72 Bob Hope Desert Classic 7:28 Care and Concern 7:43-HowMuch Is A miracle 8 3:38The Army om issary 4:00The Perfect rug 4:31 A Tradition in Music 5:28 Care and Concern 5:43 Anatomy ...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Friday July 12 1974 a N^jjjjSr -4 & .* '•■'2SS*y-*%&. rk£Mi rV- -fcV J# fe£ iS? -V A. *'.* 'U s.. 'V *. *»»B s. •$%* Are female as well as male veterans a target of the Veterans Administration’s “outreach” program which en cou rages high school dropouts to take advantage of the .I. ill education benefits? A Yes but fewer of the a a are educationlly disaadvantaged. According to VA statistics only two or every 100 women Vietnam Era veterans had not completed high school before separation from military ser- vice. Since the Veterans Ad­ ministration for effective planning purposes needs to know how many veterans it will be serving in the future what has the agency to say CATCHER THH As he boarded his Miami to Law Vegas Atlantic coast. The sun being extra warm flight Jefferey the Ft. Hood SEN- that morning caused Victoria to make TINEL’S intrepid photographer mailed swift use of an impractical straw hat as a photos of his last acquaintance during a sunshade. (Photo Courtesy of Mi...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Friday July 12 1974 Along ith other members of American society members of the Arm ed Forces use many different types of credit cards to purchase everyday items such as gas and clothing. A one tim when the credit-oriented system was being established many agen- cies sent credit cards through the ail ith an ap- plication on the part of the customer. This action plus an increase in unauthorized use of credit cards that were lost or stolen led Congress to amend the Truth in Lending Act in Oc- tober 1970 to include certain provisions relating to credit cards. The following are portions of the amendment which offer protection to individuals: Issuance—No credit card may be issued unless an in- dividual applies for one. This does not prohibit the renewal of a credit card which has been accepted by an individual or the substitution of one credit card fo a th fo any reason. iability—In the event of the loss or theft of a credit card the cardholder ill be liable only: 1 & S a fe a rd re i...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Page Eighteen-B ACADEMY SURPLUS 2819 E. HWY. 190 KILLEEN TEXAS “The Most Interesting Store In The Southwest’ OPEN DAILY 9 AM-9 PM Canteens Patrol Belts Ponchos Tents Cots Shelter Halves Tent Pegs Mess Kits Field Jackets itfS? 77 SAVE ON SURPLUS Sleeping Bags Case Sleeping Bags A ir mattress Am Boxes Am Pounches Scarves Suspenders Gloves Entrenching Tools Plus All Your Field Gear Equipment BICYCLE TUBES CHOOSE FROM VARIETY OF SIZES A A L|M|T ONLY 2 Wooden Bunk Bed With Mattress Compare at $150.00 $9066 SPECIAL PLEASE One way to beat the heat: come inside out of the helter-swelter and shop our super savings! The air-conditioning9s great! So are the prices. You9ll shiver with glee. Come see Furniture any any More Surplus Items Too Numerous To Mention ItQ Hr 0 *5 2 9 CONGRATULATIONS 2ND ARMORED DIVISION on Your 34TH ANNIVERSARY ... 5 piece DINNETTE SET REG. *50.00 SPECIAL $ 1 P°JttO E S SMILE BUYING FROM US IS FUN! ACADEMY SURPLUS Limit 2 Gal. mHO PRESTONE II COOLANT SPECIAL 2.99gal. BO...

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