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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 July 1974

riday 2 6 1974 Cerem ony 1 held for facility “I’m thrilled to be here” said Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. as he opened the Best in in a it A ard ceremony for the 4th Quarter of fiscal year 1974 last Friday. He as re tin the award to the 1st Bn. 50th (Mech) Inf. (1/50) of the 2nd Armd. Div. for the second time this year. During the past year the l/50th facility has taken the second and fourth quarter awards for both the 2d Armd. Div. and Ft. Hood. It also has taken the runner-up award in the John Connally award com- petition for Forces Command in th la rg ess dining facility category. Sergeant irst Class Wilbur Childers the l/50th’s “Country itc in in facility manager also received a let- ter of citation from Lt. Gen. Burdett through Maj. Gen. Robert air 2nd Armd. Div. Commander. The letter read in part “The interest of all your dining facility personnel is ost evident and I share with you your pride in a well managed team .” 1 Friendly Courteous Dependable 2 tnefroq mexican and fren...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 July 1974

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

a I 0 Bep RooK CkOSET itchen) 5 CABINET fiLOOR PLAN TWO 3 E O O UVING R.OON[ &sp oom flAUWAY VOL. 33 NO. 21 Investigate before investing By TED SMITH Editor’s Note: Captain Ted Smith is an Assistant Legal Assistance Officer in the Staff Judge Advocate General’s Office for III Corps and Ft. Hood. He received his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Indiana University. From the mansion on wheels” with 115 square feet of living area to the ultra-modern double wide of up to 1000 square feet the mobile home has undergone a vast amount of change since its birth in 1933. Although much of the change has been for the better more living area full size appliances and interior designs similar to more conventional housing there have been numerous problems caused by the extremely rapid growth of the industry over the past few years. One of the greatest changes came in the mid-1950’s when the industry took measures to shake the “trailer” concept and began moving into the ‘mobile home’ era. The idea th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Page Two-A By CHRIS MENEFEE Today as every other Friday this moanful cry is heard throughout Ft. Hood “Another weekend is here and as usual e’re stuck in the barracks with nothing to do.” Hundreds of people utter these words despite all the efforts made by concerned persons to inform them there are many things to do. The “Sentinel” regularly runs articles on various permanent recreation ac- tivities and posted around the fort are announcements of upcoming one-time events. But apparently there’s a breakdown somewhere along the line since many of these recreation activities and other events often are short of participants. So there are two strangely opposing facts: hundreds of people claiming they have nothing to do while many events go without enough people to make them succes- sful. An example of this is a recent bus tour to Dallas provided by the 2nd Armd. Div.’s Recreation Services. Out of the thousands of soldiers within the division less than 20 signed up for the trip. To varyin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Page Four-A ■K y. ii Z ?T .M. a 4- Water shortage threat to Yankee ingenuity “Water water everywhere and not a drop to drink.” Apparently this is the situation that is developing in the Killeen-Ft. Hood area as soaring temperatures and sinking water levels combine to create a near-crisis as far as water supplies are concerned. Killeen recently introduced a temporary water rationing plan and was followed by Ft. Hood’s plan for conserving the precious liquid. In a letter dated July 25 a three-point program of con- servation measures was distributed on this post. The program established guidelines for use of vehicle wash racks watering of grassed areas and hand-watering of trees shrubbery etc. Wash racks possibly one of the greatest targets of water waste complaints were placed under tight con- trols to avoid further waste at those points on post. Too the watering of turfed (grassed) areas was con- fined to the hours between 5 p.m. and midnight with care to prevent runoffs onto sidewal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Friday August 2 1974 Nicolosi elected to board Sergeant Major Angelo A. Nicolosi G2 Section III Corps and Ft. Hood was elected to the oard of irectors National Military Intelligence Association (NMIA) at the first eneral Membership »■-Meeting of the NMIA held recently at Ft. Huachuca Az. Sergeant Major Nicolosi ex- plained that NMIA is a newly chartered organization of ac- tive and retired military per- sonnel interested in furthering the professional goals of the Military Intelligence com- munity. Although in its formative stages the organization’s goal is to lend professional support to the Military Intelligence Branch as a whole. For more information regar- ding NMIA contact Sgt. Maj. Nicolosi at 685-7417/7202. vemon Your second career can be a wonderful experience! Have all th en efits of being in sin ess for your- self and none of th ead ach es plus all th en efits of working ith a to rated national organization! Invest only in yourself. We’re 70 years old and still a in ro in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Page Six-A Guard invades Texas National Guard con- voys carrying more than 4000 jnen and machines converged at North Fort Hood Sunday lacking off the second of three .tw o-w eek 49th Armored iv is a .scheduled through August 28. .Meanwhile 4000 other .Texas Guardsmen washed off Fo rt ’s fine tank- Rpwdered dust and headed for home Saturday winding up the division’s first two-week en- .campment. Called th Lone S ta division the 49th is now at full .strength with more than 15000 men and women assigned to .the division’s three brigades a and division artillery unit. he iv is a 11 maneuver battalions more than any other division in the nation and is commanded by Major General James L. Moreland a 33-year service a a a executive from Wichita Falls. Brigadier General Otto Scherz of San Angelo and Brigadier General Delmer Nichols of Taylor serve as as- sitant Division Commanders. General Scherz will act as division commander during the second encampment. ■f -r'J-.-ti Some 2.7 million Vietna...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Friday August 2 1974 I (VIBVER By David Lutman “It’s a two week vacation. ’I’m away from the old lady for ^one thing and it’s a chance to •get away from the regular •family duties too.” said Spec. ^5 Carter Gandy as he lay back in his Army cot inside his tent ^pitched at North Ft. Hood. ’Gandy a crew chief for Hq. & iHq. Btry. Div. Arty. is here at Ft. Hood along with the pother companies that make up ’^one third of the 49th Armd. 'Div. of the exas Army ‘National Guard. They are here *to participate in the Guard’s Csecond a se of annual ♦training. The 3rd Bde. 2nd Armd. Div. will be evaluating the -Guard on such areas as leader- Jship ffe tiv ad- nninistration and combat. any of th week-end ^soldiers look forward to ^coming to the field for some LITTLE AX WI|XXHOOOWN/ vn 0 m^t CARE FREE hen you are in volved in an accident Claim ad ju te to help here you might be. CARE FREE hen policy needs to be renewed Advance renewal notice Extended pay- ent plans. Guard evaluates local visit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Page Eight-A Rec Services Travel Guides Travel Guides are now on Sale! Travel Guides for Military Travelers are now on sale for $1 at the Information Travel and Tour Booth located in the Community Cen- ter Bldg. 108. The pamphlets provide army personnel & their dependents with a direc- tory of army travel camps /nfcpost lodging recreation in- formation centers hotels and motels across the nation and other facilities and services of interest to the army traveler. For further information please call 5-8351. FHCT If you believe that vampires ai« still mingling with us to this very day you may be *jright. It has come to my at- tention that the famous Count 'Dracula has been seen at .several areas in and around the Ft. Hood area. “Fort Hood Community Uteatre announces the cast for the greatest standard mystery f'thifiller of all times. “Dracula” Ms a wonderful play especially ^for those who enjoy sucking ^tjlood. The show is full of thrills and excitement for all and no expense has b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

pr. August 2 1974 VS?.- |em em er. While you’re shopping Stock up on TUBE SOCKS DRESS SOCKS CREW SOCKS 4 White & Colors .69 to 1.50 UNDERWEAR Boys Briefs and T-Shirts. Sizes 8-18 -s- Thursday-Friday-Saturday Many Many Unadvertised Values 2.99 er pkg PULL-ON SHIRTS For the iTom-Girr Perfect with Jeans. Sizes S-M-L. $2.50 Hwv. 190 TAILORED PANTS Cuffs & Flares/Solids & Patterns. Sizes 3-6X 7-14. $4.00 $6.00 -s''*- jo ■•■*.■■■• .•• ••. •. $4.99 to $6.99 PULL-ON SHIRTS Patterns-Stripes-Colors. SiZMS-M-L. $ 2 _2 9 4 _9 ALLEE JEANS Durable No Iron Jeans. Many styles & colors to choose from. Sizes 4-12. W tc a a /IV Discover the Ease and Economy of Shopping The Friendly Mitchell’s Way. .... v- 4r cT’r a .'^ w?y ' 1 t........................... ....... FORT HOOD SENTINEL TRACK SHOES The All-American Shoe Black and White Youths boys and mens $5.98 inaJV .... o t« s/j 4 'O a NYLON JACKETS 2.77 sizes 3-6x sizes 7-20 GUADALAJARA! The City of Springtime! reg. 5.00 Mitchell’s is t...

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

Plage Ten-A by D. J. Mortenson Have you ever seen a UFO? If you have you’ll be glad to know that you re not alone. 4n a recent Gallop Foil con- ducted in 1973 it was revealed fitat 15 million Americans Claim to have seen a UFO and lr per cent of them believe y*FO’s is t. (H ouston Chronicle July 251974) 'The history of the term UFO b|gan on June 24 1947 with a sighting by Kenneth Arnold. According to Arnold he was piloting a specially designed ftibuntain airplane” on his way to Yakima Washington in a search for a downed C-46 Marine transport in the nearby Cascade Mountains. Noticing some bright reflec- tions of light against his air- craft he turned his plane abound and said he spotted “a formation of very bright ob- jects coming from the vicinity of Mt. Baker flying very close to the mountain tops and tra lin a tremendous speed.” At first he guessed them to be the ilitary’s secret air- craft but as they drew near he realized they were flying er- ratically and traveled “like a sauce...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Friday August 2 1974 By David Lutman If you lived in Savannah Georgia you might walk the steps up to the oldest Black Baptist Church in North America and perhaps the oldest Black Church in the United States as well. And if you were a regular weekly visitor the familiar black face of its pastor would beam to you from the pulpit. The First Bryan Baptist Church still stands in Savan- nah but its pastor can no longer be seen at its helm. Today he might be in a pool room at a ball game at a hospital bedside out in the field or in his office at the 19th Street Chapel. Erve Jennings Chaplain for the 2nd Bn. 5th A.D.A. 2nd Armd. Div. gave up his pastorhood at the Bryan Church because he felt he could do more with young people. Fifty per cent of the S to A FRIENDLY COUNSEL “Group meetings are good for preventitive main- tainence” Jenningssaid “than individual meetings rationalizing that you’d be ON THE BALL is 2nd Bn. 5th A.D.A. 2nd Armd. Div. Chaplain Erve Jennings as he puts one away in th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Page Twelve-A *»r 9 v.-*. %[I* I 0 [Monday Aug. 5 [Monday Aug. 5 'Tuesday Aug. 6 'Thursday Aug. 8 Friday Aug. 9 ’-I Area schools will open soon for the fall semester and information has been provided by the school districts of ^surrounding cities that affect the dependents of Ft. ‘Hood personnel. The 1974-75 school year in the Killeen Independent Killeen High School Wednesday Aug. 7 [. The First Team Museum recently increased the lure of "its historic properties collec- tion with the addtition of two new acquisitions. A shipment of eight pain- tings has arrived on indefinite 2-PIECE Kindergarten will begin its second year of operation in the Killeen Independent School District and is available to all 5 year molds residing in the district. All boys and girls who will be 5 years of age on or before Sept. 1 1974 are eligible to attend a Kindergarten. Kindergarten classes will be conducted as half- day sessions. Children who ride school transpor- tation will attend morning sessions and ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Friday August 2 1974 1/41 Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. Ft. Hood’s 1/41 Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. held their July Hail and Farewell on 20 July in the main ballroom of the West t. Hood O fficers’ Club. Hosting the event were Bn. Com dr. Lt. Col. Russell Mericle and Mrs. Mericle. a j. a Hausholder were guests of Maj. and Mrs. Raymond Am- brozak. Mrs. Thomas Ward and Miss Lou Ann Ward were guests of Lt. Jack Klevecz. Hailed were Lt. Jay Mason and 2nd Lt. and Mrs. Donald 57th SIGN. BN. The 57th Sign. Bn. met recen- tly at Clear Creek picnic area for a hail and farewell party. Departing the battalion for assignment in the office of the ACofS om unications- Electronics was Cpt. James L. Gideon and Cpt. Steven Christ. Departing for the Signal Of- ficer Advanced Course at Ft. Gordon Ga. was Cpt. Kerry G. Adams. Farewells were also bid to 1st Lt. David Sale and 2nd Lt. Jimmy Howell who are leaving the service. The new additions to the bat- talion were Maj. Roy J. Bar- rios who is the battalion executive off...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Page Fourteen-A AWS S/JF£Tr-5/?AM I FROM EXPERTS SAY 7?/AT WHEN )6u FEEL AM ELECTRICAL CHARGE-IF ouR Up a Y6uR in in le -lig tn in MAY Adoor 7 3 tr ik all th GROUND EVEN IF (N ATI OPcH FlElPt AS lig tn in su ally its 55 Y’AII Come To Information Office” TH FiSNiN ou're out isH iNG (Se oF THE a a A a the a Killeen Midtown Mall Parking Lot COPPERAS COVE 547-4293 VISIT OUR CLEAN DRY MODERN PARKS WITH THEIR SAFE LIGHTED PAVED STREETS THEIR BEAUTIFUL GRASSY LOTS AND PLAYGROUNDS BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR MOBILE HOME ON-SITE FINANCING TWO MONTHS FREE LOT RENT WITH EACH PURCHASE 0 HAlR STANDS A uest je I 1 You MOBILE HOME RANKS I S TEMPLE 773-9063 RE IN A CAR. STAY THE RUBBER ill te You FROM AN ELECTRICAL A E S in a -1972 a cooperative study has been un- der way at 15 A hospitals to investigate whether the sickle cell trait has any bearing on general health. The study is to include 80000 veterans. FORT HOOD SENTINEL DURING A STURM STAY IN- DOORS AND Away ffiM CfeN DOORSt RAD IATO RS SlbVES METAL ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Friday August 2 1974 Legal Services to consolidate In a continued effort to im- prove services and facilities to Ft. Hood military personnel and their dependents a con- solidation of all legal as- sistance services has been projected. Effective August 12 all legal assistance services of the 1st Cav. 2nd Armd. Div. 13th Spt. Bde. and III Corps will be given at the III Corps Legal Assistance Office Bldg. 211. All legal advice and civilian E O S mmtfel Major General Winant S. Sidle deputy commander of the Fifth U.S. Army and com- a of U.S. A Readiness VII was the guest speaker Friday afternoon at the Reserve Component Race Relations Instructors Course at Ft. Hood. Gen. Sidle is presently serving as the acting commander of the Fifth U.S. Army in Ft. Sam Houston. The graduating class of 32 was welcomed by Lt. Gen. Al- len M. Burdett Jr. Ill Corps and Ft. Hood commander who told them ‘We at Ft. Hood are most pleased that we could as- sist in your training.” The om anding general in- trodu...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

recruiting work has been a natural for me. SP/4 Susan Boguta likes to keep active but we interrupted her busy schedule to find out what she likes about the Army. “After I graduated from college I decided to try a technical job one that would help me learn about flying. Because eventually I’d like to be a pilot. So my training’s helped a lot. “I also enjoy meeting people and talking about my work. So “One of the things I always mention to the young people I meet is that the Army’s taught me you can do much more than you think you can. The opportunities are here all you have to do is take advantage of them. And that’s what I’m doing!’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL f'? A A S l« tA Today’s Army jets better 9 Cwvljf MUlC €1 dAAll UfAHiail rAMlllCtC WVllldli I BvlllWWw Friday August 2 1974

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Friday August 2 1974 K.. .. The Ft. Hood Motorcycle Racing Recruiting Team will hold rider tryouts on August 17. Interested soldiers with cross country racing ex- perience should meet with Cpt. White at Bldg. 4105 at 6 a.m. August 17 with the following items: 1. A cross country motor- cycle prepared for three hours of cross country racing. 2. Appropriate clothing to participate in a two hour physical test at 6:30 a.m. August 17 and a three hour The Fun-Tier Kennel Qub of tGreater Killeen will hold an AKC sanctioned B-OB (Confor- mation & Obedience) match on Sunday August 18 at the Kil- leen Boy’s Club on Hwy 190 beginning at 9 a.m. There is no admission charge for spec- tators. Entries are expected from Ft. Hood Killeen Copperas Cove and all surrounding areas also from most of Texas’major cities. There will be classes for all AKC recognized pure bred breeds. Entrants must be a minimum age of 3 months. Registration will begin at 8 a.m. with Obedience judging beginning at 9 a.m. C...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Page Two-B SPORTS The last laugh By JERRY “PORKER” REED A not-so-funny thing happened to Roger Staubach on his way to Thousand Oaks California he lost his job. It’s nothing new for Roger though he’s been in the “bread line” before. What is so unusual about his present unemployment is the fact that for the first time in six years he hasn’t lost the job to either injuries or Craig Morton. This time the former Heisman Trophy winner was a victim of the player’s strike. It’s sort of a shame if you’re a Roger Staubach fan. For the first time in his career Roger has made the trip to Thousand Oaks knowing that he will be the Dal- las Cowboy’s starting quarterback. There’s only one problem. At the present time he doesn’t have an ex- perienced team to play with during the season. Looking back back to 1969 one can sympathize with Staubach. He came to the Pokes as a 27-year-old rookie after spending four years in the Navy. To be truthful Staubach was considered more or less a novelty during his...

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