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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Widay August 2 1974 ft I y* S Shake heads and come out thinking latest from Thousand Oaks California Craig Morton the former starting quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys has repor- ted to camp. “I ’m not naive enough to think I’m going to be the No. 1 quarterback. That’s not going to happen” ^Morton said “I didn’t come here for that reason” "The Hawaiians just ran into us on a day when we were hot” said Chicago Fire quarterback Virgil Carter who completed 11 of his first 13 passes and led the new WFL team to a 53-29 victory and its fourth straight win Ohio State football coach Woody Hayes recovering from a heart attack says he never considered retiring. ‘-‘I’m not ready to retire. I had that figured out the next morning” the 61-year-old Hayes said at a news con- ference Monday Davie Campbell’s Texas Football Magazine has picked the Texas Longhorns to win their (seventh straight SWC title. Campbell states that Arkan- sas A&M and Tech have good chances to upset Texas though Interest...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Page Four-B Hundreds of black-stetsoned troopers from the Black Horse Brigade participated in the an- nual festive occasion July 19. Die vent featured everything from motorcycle shows to a choir perform ance a bar- beque and of course the athletic competition. 0 Cav unit holds “Challenge of the Cav” was the theme and competition was the main game during the 1st Cav. iv .’s 2nd Bde. Organization Day activities recently at Pritchard Stadium. The 2nd Bde’s own Troopers horus rfo rm and brigade rappelling team drop- ped out of the sky as they rap- pelled from a UH-1H Huey helicopter. Three motorcycle shSws were staged by mem- bers of the brigade’s 1st Sqn. 9th Cav.’s Motorcycle/Dunne Buggy Reconaissance Platoon. However it was athletics that highlighted the day receiving the most attention both from the audience and its participants. The 1st Sqn. 9th Cav. emerged the overall vic- tor in that competition win- ning over the 7th Sqn. 17th Cav. and also the brigade’s HHTTrqop. First place i...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Friday August 2 1974 I love horror stories. And -w ith the tre in horror movies today I think this play will really draw audiences” said t. Hood Community Theater’s Activities Director Mrs. Fran O’Malley. The play k-she speaks of is “Dracula” which ru from Aug. 7 through 10 8 p.m. at the Ft. Hood com unity Theater (building 515). “It’s going to be a three- week Wonder! Mrs. O’Malley exclaimed referring to the ap- proximate length of time the cast and crew has had to get the show together. This may seem much too short a time to put a good production on stage but such is not the case. The dedicated group works long hours every day making it bet- ter and better. Robert Tindall Jr. a civilian employee working as technical director designed the sets and with the help of others builds them during an eight hour day. Meanwhile Bobbie Mendoza and Eilleen Brennan are working on costumes and the cast rehearses for 5 hour stretches 6 nights a week. There are other departments too numerous to me...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

age Six-B ^■*4 HAZY DAYS OF SIMMER—A bulldozer crewed by members of the 62nd Eng. Bn. cuts through the burning brush of afire at I Stillhouse Lake Thursday June 25. The *42nd was called in to assist the Harker I ‘Grenades whizzing through die air tear gas popping all around still the men of the 2nd J3n. 50th Mech. Inf. (2/50th) 2hd Armd. Div. pushed for- Jward toward their objective. SJlently creeping one squad Jrfter another disarmed booby tcaps and trip wires placed by {heir adversaries all the while under fire from the enemy. £)nly a by headquarters that the enemy cduld no longer be held back did the fighting 2/50th retreat. Mid as they did a test team evaluator marked down their points. -•Live am munition and real life combat situations added an air of ex citem en and realism to the newly developed "Mechanized Infantry Squad (MISCP)” '•The course’s purpose is to epable men of a mechanized :j Aerial r-: team Jin Austin A ir ’s a ria tra tio team the Qliunderbirds are scheduled fe...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

By David Lutman I The U.S.Army soldier was tired and hungry and sick of cold G-rations. He lit a small fire in hopes of eating a warm meal for a change. Meanwhile a small distance away in the woods a a th enem Jacked up his nose to the air realizing th a his objective •$vas only a small distance away. Quietly the enemy ad- vanced fin ally spying the !-troop about to dig into his •chow. A quick shot and it was !t»ver. The Army troop lay in *ihe grass blood dripping from Jlis head food lying on the $ ground beside him. All was »§till... “Cut.” I *'If you’ve been out to the field ‘•lately you ay have noticed *what looked like a Hollywood film crew shooting a motion picture. Sim ulated smoke impact grenades cooking syrup with red food coloring for blood and an entire film company it a cameramen script girl and director completed the scene puzzling passers-by. The film being produced on Ft. Hood is a epartm ent of the Army film on camouflage called “Think Camouflage” and its principle pl...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

}'r" «4^Sfc.r -i '«■?' Spaces to be s* .The Army is eliminating $bout 10000 military and ^jvilian spaces from its sup- port activities. The spaces will jbp reallocated to combat and combat support units on a worldwide basis. The reductions should help the Army move toward its goal iof•■building a combat force of .16fli visions. .y The cutbacks are part of the j^ .. to re jipadquarters and support ac- tivities while improving com- batreadiness. ■». T* I*- J* ¥.*■ I V'*' -* v' f*age Eight-B The major reductions of sup- port activities will occur in the tWestern acific affecting jirm activities in Japan ^Qkipawa Thailand and Korea. Arm a a rte rs in •iyiaska Panama Hawaii and Jhe U.S. are being phased out. •Qther headquarters in Europe ayiU be phased out also. The action should be com- pleted by the end of the cur- rent fiscal year. (Army News Features)' ........ Deadline iextended 1 .. Some 55000 school-going te ra se GI Bill eligibility was extended by two ye&rs under a law signe...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

*1 8 *2 1 9 7 4 aSSSSHWBSSSSSSSS^^ Canned Milk Lucerne Evaporated 13-o Can Chunk Tuna Plain Chili Trash Can Liners Salad Dressing Instant Breakfast •r ★Hot Dog Buns. Mrs. Wright's. 8-Ct. Safeway Special! Pkg. Golden Indian Crushed Wheat English Muffins Hot Chili W ith beans. Town House Sweet Pickle Chips Instant Chocolate •6 Facial Tissues Truly Fine. Soft! Keep Them Handy! Safeway Special! Tomato Sauce Town House. Thick & Rich! Flavorful! Safeway Special! Dog Food Pooch. Meaty Flavor! Buy Plenty! Safeway Special! Bath Soap Truly Fine Deodorant Soap. Mild to Skin! Safeway Special! Sponges White Magic ★Medium or ★Large Handy For Cleaning! Safeway Special! Orange Juice Bel-air. 100% Pure Frozen Concentrate From Florida. Safeway Special! 'W m. 6.3-ei. Sm ro .r. Light Moot Town Hm ik N I« Kitchon roft. 20-Ct. 90 Gallon Sis# Pka Croamyf VS' /w fV A Burger Buns 29 16os. Bread. Skylark Loaf 16*oi. Bread. Skylark Loaf 12*oi. Mrs. Wright's Pkg. 49 or ★Regular. 15*oi. Can t*45* 53* Town H...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

‘Page Ten-B 5GETTING IT ON The Mobile Assault ijfeidge (MAB) was no problem for the driver of this eight inch Howitzer from 1st *Bn. 92nd Field Arty. 2nd Armd. Div. It took only about an hour for “B” Btry. to wmmmm GOME ON DOWN motions a member of the 8th Eng. Bn. MAB (mobile assault bndge) Pit. as he directs the loading of an eight inch Howitzer onto a floating bridge. The Howitzer belongs to "B Btry.. 1st Bn.. 92nd Field Arty. 2nd Armd. Div. who were performing the first battalion size river crossing ever on Ft. Hood. The MAB Pit. worked with HOW’s 17th Eng. Bn. a co-venture which was another first in Ft. Hood history. (Photo by .Ivan Foster) accomplish its river crossing mission on the Four Float Bridge provided by 8th Eng. Bn. 1st Cav. Div. (Photo by Ivan Foster) 7 mmmm Jim* aii u.*emu COMING SUNDAY ACADEMY’S SUNDAY TO SUNDAY SALE! ... i^wi -in & AUTO SUPPLY INC. “Your Automotive Parts Store” 547-6371 E. Hwy. 190 Copperas Cove •r- -?.’ "T When Tarzan came to a river that he ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

uy Friday August 2 1974 I 3 PROCESSING IN to anew assignment can seem tedious on a hot steamy day 5 but Kathy and Tom Thorne (standing) received VIP treatment upon their ar- rival in the Iron Deuce. “They got us through in a hurry” said Kathy “and 1 hv Sort Hood BUILDING for The FUTURE PRE-SCHOOL REGISTRATION TO between three and six years of age and BEGIN—The Army Community Service have either a physical mental speech or Pre-school for the handicapped will begin behavioral difficulty. For more infor- accepting children for the 1974-75 school mation during this two week period call year from Aug. 5 through the 16. To be Cpt. Ken Scroggs at 685-8314/3726. eligible for enrollment the child must be 33: sM MATH TUTORING FOR .e.d. exam Lowest Rates by Private Program Ind iv id alized Sem i-P rivate Flexible CALL 699-9949 Enroll Two ogether For The Price of O ne COMING SUNDAY ACADEMY’S SUNDAV TO SUNDAY SALE! they kept telling me to bring along my husband so we would stay together.” The mo...

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

Page Twelve-B Have you noticed the change in lots fro the ld generation of movies and TV ro ram s? At one tim a favorite gam of those wat- ching the screen was guessing who the villain was or wasn’t. Now it seem the industry has Simplified our old diversion and the villain is now in most ‘cases painfully obvious. The rry Mason series was I think a good example of the villain guesser’s viewing. We knew that the person Perry defended was innocent and th a ry else as guilty— but who? Unless you listened to who didn’t hear the dog howl or the bell ring or did see the phone off the hook you didn’t know who the villain was until Mason stared at him. And as a Hamilton Burger fan I ad itio ally 1 suffered at a a th disclosure of the real bad-guy. Movies in those yestervears also had the aura of who the a 6o To THe YouR. a oop 1649 John &. Hoop In terep in APTe R. sONE AVVtCE FROM FATHER'. IF 't a a in Ho To Be A Fi "JH S a a a shadowy hand with the gun or knife. People would be drop- pi...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Friday August 2 1974 I loading of a Ft. Hood y4-ton vehicle onto Shield IX at Ft. Polk an Air rce air craft bound for Jr A 4 A *Y WATER. CREATIVE CUSTOM FRAMING READY MADE FRAMES Original Oils Etchings Lithographs Charcoals Your Central Texas Framer BOB HAWKS PHOTOGRAPHY 336 Cove Terrace 547-2921 Copperas Cova OPEN SESAME Members of the 13th Louisiana. Upon reaching its destination Company commanders most Spt. Bde’s DACG (Departure Air Control this vehicle and others like it will be used always fear them their troops Group) team 180th Trans Bn supervise the by Hood personnel participating in Brave suddeniy pamc over EYE CATCHER. -*rmm Jefferey a bit woozy from the mid-summer heat has Jefferey found time to take a quick snapshot of lovely been spending all his spare time on the shores of Lake Ms. Janice Barnes who is a native of Australia. Hang in Belton in order to catch the first rays of the rising and there Jeff we all think that you’re doing swell. (Photo the last rays of the set...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Page Fourteen-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Lost & Found 017 CAT-CREAM colored Siamese type ale gray face & legs red collar & a a tto a a a REW ARD. ead or a liv please call anxious fam ily. 685-2745. (tfn) BUSINESS SERVICES Radio# TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 inch Portable ith Built-in A ntena. Rented by the Day Week or onth. Come by and ake our S le tio fro O ur a rg Stock. monthly Rentals $10 to $15. ‘BARRON RENTS 517 W est Rancier Ave. illeen ..........................................634-4742 (tfn) TV REPAIRS All akes-Black & White and Color. Specializing in RCA Zenith GE & Philco. Reasonable Prices. Service falls To Fort Hood & Copperas Cove. D&D TV I Service Dick aris SGM (Ret.) Owner 414 Oak St. Copperas Cove ..........................547-4351 Furn. Upholstery 046 1 PIECE LIVING room suit $199.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323 (tfn) Air Con./ Heating 050 .7 CARRIER AIR CONDITIONERS *24000 30000 36000 42000 48000 $550 to $900 INSTALLED No Mone...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Friday August 2 1974 A V4 9 By DENYS FRITCH Campfire Dad of the Year at 21 Boss of the Year at 25. That’s only some of the recog- nition received by Cpt. Sidney A. Driver for his work. The a ta in an ROTC graduate of Cameron College in Lawton Okla. is the chief of Personnel Actions Adjutant General Division IllCorps and Ft. Hood. He has been on ac- tive duty since 1970 and was promoted to captain last Tuesday. “I received the Campfire Dad of the Year award while assigned to Ft. Sill Okla.” remarks Cpt. Driver. At this time his daughter Cindy was a Campfire Girl. “There were prizes for the oldctst and youngest fathers of Campfire Girls at the banquet” remem- bers Cpt. Driver. “I received a baby bottle (signifying the youngest father).” a a ’s publicized recognition occur- red late in June when he was named Boss of the Year by the Copperas Cove Five Hills Charter American Business W ’s A a (ABWA). “I wasn’t expecting to win” remarks the captain. “I was on-call that night and was worki...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 August 1974

Page Sixteen-B ADJUSTABLE SHAVER SPEEDSHAVER 20 9-12 Only 2 7 9.9 LADY NORELCO TRIPLEHEADER 30LT 8 H.P. 32" Cot Reg. 449.95 6-12 Only 30 uses over {eading brands! I S O N S id for LESS 11 2 6 6 4 HEATED SHAVE CREAM O SER Uses any leading standard aerosol shave cream 11 0 z. or 6 oz. can. Heated shave cream for more comfortable shaves. Preregulated shaving cream tem perature. Com pletely waterproof design. Bracket for all mounting plus ample cord storage. C-1124 9x12 Room Size Carpet SALE STARTS FRIDAY AUG. 2nd 4 P.M. TILL MIDNIGHT Prices Good Hours Shown W while Quantities Last MJIISTULE smrip— the ULTIMNEMER 10-12 Only SELECT GROUP 349.9 Reg. 44.99 10-12 Only SlEtL HANDLES 1084 Rider CUTTER HEAD CONTROL LEVER 90° TO 18C1 SWIVEL ELEVEN POSITIVE POSITIONS 3 8 WHEELS WIDE TREAD ALL RUGGED STEEL CONSTRUCTION 0 0 00 ADJUSTABLE GUARD 90° TO 180” RIGHT MANU CUT Reg. 78.69 30 Gallon GARBAGE CAN FORT HOOD SENTINEL Southland Lawn Mower 3V2 h.p. Briggs & Stratton Engine Self-propelled w/a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

VOL. 33 NO. 22 Li Mobile hom buying 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. Acknowledgment is made to Glenda Childress and Suzanne Brown law students at University of Texas for participating in much of the research for this article. While there are numerous incentives toward mobile home living the deciding factor for most people is that living in a mobile home is more economical than living in conventional housing. Newspaper ads often point out the advantage of paying $7000.00 for a furnished mobile home over paying $30000.00 for an unfurnished house. Such comparisons however are misleading. Seven thousand dollars will buy an inexpensive perhaps adequate mobile home while $30000.00 will buy abetter than average house. Before a valid comparison can be made all of the expenses of ownership of both mobi...

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

PageTwo-A jr “The City” as staunch San -Franciscans refer to it has 'm a is tin tio s and a unique charm that was not lost -on the ore than 300 embers -.o th 2 A rm iv ’Association meeting there for their official 20th reunion. The reunion which ran from [July 31 through A ugust 4 a tu aj. en. E .N arm on (R et.) as the key speak er of the event. Gen. Harmon was the com wander of the Division at the decisive attle of the Bulge” in the bitterly cold winter of 1944 when it et and destroyed it’s crack erm an counterpart the 2nd Panzer Division. Now a spry and robust 81 a ld en. arm re his rie 1 during World Wars One and Two and later published them in his book Combat Com- ander.” eneral Harmon spoke of an incident that took place on Morocco in which he learned of the values placed on certain possessions at that time. I found out” he said. “That a camel would cost you 25000 francs. A donkey wasn’t quite so uch it was only about 16000 fra s. A boy as valued at around 12000 francs 'and a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

Friday August 91974 The combat team 486th -^Medical Detachment (HA) ^'Dental Service is an Army Reserve unit from Kansas City ■^participating in annual ^training in a site supporting '-role wi the Ft. Hood 'JMEDDAC Dental Activities August 4-17. One of the first Army -'Reserve units reorganized Sunder the new concept of '•dental service teams it is one ''hundred per cent mobile and --provides dental service for '•about 20000 troops. It is •-'assigned to provide dental Vs upport in a theater of '•operation to afield army .'medical brigade theater army -*m a a ^independent corp or task force. %The unit is divided into three -teams one of which may be •further subdivided into five !dental subteams. For The Very Best in BICYCLES. THE BIKE RACK -J 110 West Rancier Ave. Killeen 634-3237 .y 1 ite. a Cook a* j/r 'Quaffet' Meds do good job Under the command of Lt. Col. Harold W. Irick Kansas City Kan. the 486th Meds have sixteen dental officers and their assistants on duty in four areas of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

Page Four-A Fleet fee tfightfatalities in wheel and toe contest Among the vanishing species threatened with extinction is a group of homo sapiens whose one great misfortune appears to be the fact that the drivers of automobiles do not recognize the rights of the members of this group known as pedestrians. A prime example of the belligerence of motorists toward pedestrians may be found on almost any given occasion by observing the weary walker in his attempts to cross Headquarters Avenue at one of the four pedestrian crosswalks located along that thoroughfare. Outmatched on every occasion the pedestrian must rely on skill and daring to avoid the oncoming rush of automobiles attempting to dissuade the hopeful hoofer from his ambitious goals of crossing the street. Often the successful stroll is met not with applause but rather with derisive screams from the motorists who missed him along with a few choice bits of obscenities and vulgarity. Take the fellow the other day who was attempt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

r?F em Friday August 91974 »-t 0 AUGUST /?™AHp /5& fl/ZsT CAVAL8X's ORGANIZATION PAY I The 1st Cavalry Division will le rate its 53rd birthday here on August 14th and 15th th them e. Challenge of the Cavalry.” The -iT S TEAM’S Organization ay celebration will take place in the vicinity of rich ard Stadium and is open to the public. -vlv Culm inating at 12:30 p.m. on the 15th in Prichard Stadium 3^«rith a pageant illustrating this ear’s them e activities will include rides for spectators in a. variety of military vehicles a a chance to experience firing an artillery piece (loaded with a sm aller-than-norm al round) and the traditional Junior OfiEA/lo u& l/C Team to celebrate Jum Tow er.” A a of a competitions are scheduled. om petition will be in the recognized track and field events as well as in several unusual contests. A adies’ Drill Team competition will be held and spectators will have the ortunity to view a 5 0 0 -g allo liv ll’’ atch. Units of the FIRST TEAM will have...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

Page Six-A The ladies of “C” Trp. 1st Sqn. 9th Cav. held their monthly coffee in the home of rs. te O ate An encouraging number of wives .atten ed the id-m morning welcoming coffee. Mrs. Dickie •McCleney wife of the troop a in welcomed many new wives. Special guests of the troop [were Mrs. Robert Inglett wife of the squadron executive •officer Mrs. Eldon Alexander [wife of the tro ’s firs I Helping those that are less 'fortunate is a natural human •trait and at West Ft. Hood [there are four soldiers that are [expressing their love for a •12-year-old girl with a serious medical problem. Young Tammy Easley of •Killeen is in poor health due to a disease which has haunted her life frequently in the past 12 years. The disease is spinal meningitis and Tammy has been a victim of this disease of the nervous system 25 times in 12 years. Realizing the current costs for proper medication and medical treatment for young Tammy a group of soldiers from MASSTER (M odern' Army Selected Systems Test...

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