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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

Friday August 91974 17th Engineers A patio cook-out at West Ft. Hood Officers Club was the recent setting for the Hail and Farewell of the 17th Eng. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. The evening was sponsored by the Bn. staff with Lt. Bruce Cotterman in charge of arrangements. Lieutenant Colonel William Carroll introduced the guests re and ad the an for the evening. An engraved silver baby cup was presented to Lt. and Mrs. William Rutherfork for their baby daughter Wendy Marie. Hails were said to two short term assignees: Mr. Frank Frugoli a West Point Cadet assigned to “D” Co. and Lt. and Mrs. William McCoy here prior to attending the Engineer Officer Basic Course at Ft. Belvoir Va. Two permanent pa assignees greeted were Maj. and Mrs. James Royce Asst. Div. Eng. and Lt. and Mrs. Robert Balenton assigned to 2 “C” Co. Farewells were then said to several departees: Lt.. Michael Barlow returning to civilian life in Denver Lt. Charles Collins assigned to duty in Korea and Lt. Michael Hagan designing ...

Publication Title: Fort Hood Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

Page Eight-A SUITS-DUOS-TRIOS Select Group Suits Duos and Trios 100% Polyester and Wool Blends 33 REGULAR PRICE CLOSE OUT! O ne Group LightW eight SUITS AND SPORT COATS 50 Minor harge For A lterations At Sale Prices SLACKS Nice Assortment 100% Polyester alues to 22.50 SLACKS SPECIAL 100% Polyester Knits Select Group Includes Large Sizes Group Values to $25.00 *14“ 2 «.$2850 MANY OTHER ITEMS REDUCED TO CLEAR NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY FOR BACK TO SCHOOL ^Drawing .A ugust 10 1974 eed not *be present .to win S i- A a Killeen's Men's Corner of Fashion 8th And Avenue _____ REGISTER HERE FOR FREE TRI SPORT DRAWING AUGUST 101974 OPEN LATE EVENINGS 8th and Avenue Downtown Killeen 1 be 16 Years of a or to register Regular 10.95 values 7.95* *15.00 FOR ff a a Shop Downtown Killeen And Shop At Feldt's ALL SALES FINAL! No Layaways At Sale Prices. Cash BankAmericard aster Charge. No Refunds or Exchanges. BUY NOW AND SAVE! 100% Polyester or 100% Acrylics and Blends Short Sleeve KNIT SHIRTS Better Pol...

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

II Page Nine-A There are many “gung-ho” soldiers in the Army but very few of them are willing to work for nothing Not so with Texas Christian University R.O.T.C. Cadet Mark Thomson. Thomson is completing training with “B” Co. 2nd Bn. 66th Arm. 2nd Armd. Div. under the sponsorship of 2nd Lieutenant David Fleming as part of Thomson’s two week Army Orientation Training. According to Thomson he’s been made an active part of the unit. Thomson has been training in several fields including platoon leader but mostly he’s been at the helm of a tank. While acting as a tank commander his platoon was scheduled to attend the MECHONDO course a seven day course in Armor and Mechanized Infantry. With two days remaining in th rs so ’s Cadet gives his fair share authorized duty time was over. “I had the time and I wanted to finish the course badly so I decided to finish without pay oh a voluntary basis.” Thomson finds commanding a tank not an easy task. Com anding is a very demanding job. You not onl...

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

Page Ten-A 3 City Water City Gas Cable TV All Underground Utilities fy-jgagl" "'-1' iL 9 9 gg i-manw^pu '"A »«e :. I I IK A W W f. ■ FORT HOOD SENTINEL "vr^' 3f*0® **v SWIMMING POOL -h '& ft*30t* -J'tprf'f V_ 2 Miles from•-outt Fort Hood SPACES AVAILABLE RESERVE YOURS TODAY! We Will Pull Your Mobile Home To Our New ark FREE■-■' (up to 50 miles) ■■■*■..'' Com plim ents of: A rro stru ctio Co.'■'■' .. t. .v flOESNinm CHAPPARAL PARK ...... ***. rs- \*r x. :^wi'-.-.- •'.«•• jS.'*s^L .. jj OFF-STREET PARKING 101 ELM ROAD (Just Off Hwy. 4 4 0 Killeen 634-4810 VA A pproved 11111P 8« Friday August 91974

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

Friday August 91974 By jo cM Many Americans are still continuing their frantic search a in of transportation in hopes of being the first person to solve the energy crisis. Well a 1st Cav. Div. trooper the First Team’s answer to “Hell on Wheels” “Hell on Skates” may already have found the solution to the problem without even knowing it. Eloy Saldana 17 of Hq. and Hq. Co. 1st Cav. Div. skated off with top honors in all four events he entered in the Texas State Ice and Speed Skating Championships held Corpus Christi July 20-21. It was the young trooper’s third State Championship title in the last four years. The ice skating and speed (roller) skating tournament began the last weekend in arch ith re io a ls conducted in Victoria and Austin. Saldana participated in the Austin regionals where he won all the events he entered receiving $285 in prize mflney and advancing to the SQgni-finals. 4 In allas July 6-7 he repeated his performance as he again swept all four titles and received $325 ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

Page Two-B f IN THE SWIM Members of the 1st Bn. 67th Arm. 2nd Armd. Div. swimming team practice for the 400 yard Medley Relay during last week’s Iron Deuce tournament. The practice must Cav track meet spotlights O-Day The schedule of events for the 1st Cavalry Division Organization Day Track & Field events are as follows *with action taking place at Prichard Stadium. August 13th TIME 18-11 a.m. Horseshoes Volleyball (1st 12 matches of double elimination) August 14th ^:30a.m. Broad jump Javelin Pole vault &:00 a.m. 400-Meter relay J9:15 a.m. 3000-Meter steeplechase 2:45 a.m. 200-Meter trials ‘10:00 a.m. 800-Meter run 40:15 a.m. 5000-Meter run -10:45 a.m. 200-Meter finals 3.1:00 a.m. Triple jump shot-put high jump a.m.-12 p.m. Horseshoes doubles finals volleyball finals Tug of war August 15th 58:15 a.m. 800-Meter relay i0:30a.m. 400-Meter trials B:45 a.m. 100-Meter dash trials 9:00 a.m. 1500-Meter run 9 :15 a.m. 400-Meter finals 9:30 a.m. 100-Meter dash finals 0:45 a.m. 1600-M...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

I* ridayr^ogost 91974 l: 3 SPORTS By JERRY “PORKER” REED I! Don’t let that word salvage fool you! First let’s examine the meaning of the word. According ./to Mr. Webster salvage is defined as any saving from ruin. When sports fans think of the players in the new World Football League often times the word salvage is used to -.‘describe them. It’s true many of the participants in the infant league have been saved from ruin. Perhaps the infant organization can be compared to a I junk yard in some ways. Like the junk yard the league is .made up of some old parts or in this case old players. Many of these players have a lot of mileage on them and plenty need some work. Most have had several owners and few have had good performances. Due to these I'factors they have had to suffer the same fate as those ’58 Edsels and ’53 Pontiacs with the out-dated dynaflow Itransmissions. Thanks to Gary Davidson Commissioner of the WFL the plight of these “has-beens” was recognized and I apparently remed...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

Page Four-B Movie Prices News for all Ft. Hood Movie Patrons! Effective Aug. 25 the base ric fo ilita theaters ill increase from 50c to 60c for adults and from 25c to 30c for children. This increase is due to increased operating expenses incurred by the Arm A ir Force Motion Picture Service. Welding Methods Recreation Services Auto Shop ill be tin a demonstration by X-Ergon Corporation on new methods of welding Sat. Aug. 24th at 2 p.m. in the Auto Craft Shop Bldg. 1148 on Park Ave. The co a ill be tra tin th new process of welding steel into cast iron and showing how new rods and alloys can take the work out of welding. Come see how you can weld a cracked engine block without disassembling the engine. For more information call 5-2725. Go-Karts Ft. Hood is really buzzing these days! The Outdoor re a tio ranch Post Recreation Services has 25 go-karts. Each is powered by a 49C McCullen engine. They really go! Ft. Hood’s Sadowski Field is being used for the 1/3 mile course. ilita ry per...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

August 91914 At Cragmont Soft Drinks 1 TLSmI A naaarhillfll Thirst Quenching! Safew ay Special! 2-Gal. Town House Belly Rolls rs. Wright's. feMtay Special! Snacks. Ready to Eat! Safew ay Special! Brushed Wheat Cleaner Fabric Softener Furniture Wax Glass Cleaner Liquid Detergent 69* 11-ox. Pkg. Golden Indian isr47* English Muffins A Kr39* orn-on-Cob heese Pizza |ce re a pp wings 4-Ct. Pkg. Bel-air -16-ox. Pkg. Bel-air Smacker's. Regular Jar lorscotch 57c ★Chocolate Fudge 62c 57c ★Strawberry imel 65c prox Bleach krMing Whites! —'/j-Gal. Plastic 4 39^ Skylark Loaf By MARKSIiCGWORTH If you haven’t yet seen or a a one of th high-points of the coming week-end it’s not too late to get in on the fun. The Ft. Hood Community Theatre’s (FHCT) production of DRACULA still has two more nights to run. If the audiences of the first two nights are any indication of hat’s happening down at uilding 515 everyone is having the time of their life seeing the story of Dracula in very nearly its original fo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

Page Six-B fW Ft. Monday 12 August 8:27 IM Conference 9:01 Conference Method of Instruction .9 :3 5 A A W pns Svs lc a Procedures & rills 10':00 Types of Discharge Certificates 10':47 Radio Teletype Demo 11:00 Keeping It Altogether 11:22T a & E lo erm a n* Russian A rty 12:27 ighlights of Arm or Activities 1:04 Intro to MapReading f:45 Fid A rty Meterologv 2:00 iverC rossing Operations 2:32 O I. Classroom Tng Aids 3 0B Amphibious Operations 3:39 Intro to the Radio Set 4 00 A rm Equip Record Svs Procedures 4:31 At This Very Moment 5 27 Grouse HuntingW ithTed W illiams 5:47 National Coaches Golf Tournament (i 10 E very Wheel That Turns 6:35 A Day in Natures School 7:27 Seas of Liberty "7 35 Room to Learn 8 I4CTC Promotional Film Tuesday 13 August 8:27 Tracked Vehicle Suspension Systems 8:45 Intro toTelety|iew writer AN'FGC-25 Pt 1 9:0f) Indian Exodus 9:25 OxvacetyleneCutting 10:00 Communications Security 10:39 Use of W ire Rope 11:00One Force 11:21 Tac Radio Teletype. Pt 1 (2:...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

.2 Page Seven-B Jefferey took a night off recently and was fortunate enough to secure a blind date via courtesy of the SENTINEL staff. Jeff never learned the name of the A course in Prescribed Load ist PLL) epair arts S a is in September 3 for three weeks. Classes will meet from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m Monday through Friday. This course covers manual and automated CS3 procedures and is related to the following MOS’s: 76Q 76R 76S and 76T. The Army maintenance a a S (TAMMS) course will begin September 3 for three weeks. The class will meet Monday- through Friday from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m The course will provide instruction for unit level TAMMS clerks (E-2 through E-4) in inspection and ain ten an ce of logbooks proper posting of logbook forms requisitioning of repair parts and the importance of accuracy of data as it relates to materiel and unit readiness. A GT score of 100 and a high school or GED diploma are desired. 76Y20 Unit Supply Specialist classes will begin September 3 MATTRESS & ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

Page Eight-B Sentinel ’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 bv and Make Your Selection from Our Large Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. I BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. Killeen......................................634-4742 (tfn) TV REPAIRS All Makes-Black & White and Color. Specializing in RCA Zenith GE & Philco. Reasonable Prices. Service Calls To Fort Hood& Copperas Cove. & TV Service Dick Paris SGM (Ret.) Owner 414 Oak St. Copperas Cove ....................... 547-4351 Fum. Upholstery 046 1 PIECE LIVING room suit $199.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323 (tfn) Air Con. Heating 050 a air it io 24000 30000 36000 42000 48000 $550 to $900 INSTALLED •No Money Down on Approved Credit E N ’S TV 547-2639 ______________ (tfn) GEORGES AIR O N IT IO N IN E A TIN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen EX PE Parts in Stock cQ REPAIR SHOP I Misc. Services 063 .IN E S I...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

Friday August 91974 AIT interesting “I know many people don’t like going to the field but most of our personnel actually seem to enjoy being here really they do” exclaimed Spec. 4 Janet Boland “B” Co. 48th Med. Bn. She was speaking of the 47 2nd Armd. Div. men and women who today completed one week of field training designed to supplement their Advanced Individual Training (AIT). “Since the course only lasts one week” explained 2nd Lt. Michael Coleman “D” Co. 48th Med. Bn. “it doesn’t have tim to become a drag. Actually being out here offers a break in the routine of these A I re a ilita ry Occupational Specialty (MOS) training. “But that doesn’t mean we aren’t accomplishing a great deal because we are. We cover a wide range of subjects of which are an expansion on those given in basic training. For instance we have classes in ap reading first aid and even old favorites like P.T. and drill and ceremonies. Around six MOS classifications are represented by our students a a MOS a a rep...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 August 1974

Engineers stay busy in August Summertime heat may slow down some people but the 17th Eng. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. hasn’t let hot August days keep it from having one of its busiest months this year. Already completed by the battalion are the Division’s new Learning Center and two foot-bridges at the Salado (Tex.) Art Fair. Later in the month the engineers will build three tank tables and a Tank om anders’ Proficiency at Ft Huachuca Ariz. and wrap-up the camouflaging of “Hell On Wheels” vehicles. According to Mr. Walter R. Prugh Div. Educ. Advisor he and his staff began moving into their new headquarters Monday “even though some minor touches such as air conditioning have not been in is Mr continued “At the beginning of next month we’ll have a full-time teacher on duty during the day and not long after that we’ll go into full operation. Since the Division’s education program has greatly expanded over the past year is a of a a it was re a needed.” he will house equipment and materials for s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

YOL. 33 NO. 23 7 *4 7 “Published by Community Enterprises Incorporated a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. Opinions expressed by writers herein are tneir ow the Army. The a a a FORT HOOD SENTINEL “PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD* FORT HOOD FRIDAY AUGUST 16 1974 r* in in “We cannot stand still and slip backward. We must go forward together now” said the new President Gerald R. Ford Jr. as he spoke to the nation a week ago. Sworn in as the 38th President of the United States by Chief Justice Warren E. Burger Ford took the reigns of government upon the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon last Thursday night. Ford also became the new Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces. Bom with the name Leslie King on July 14 1913 in Omaha Neb. Ford moved to Grand Rapids Mich. when he was a year old after his parents divorced. His mother married Gerald Ford who adopted the young boy and gavejtim his name. He attended both elemen- tary and...

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

Page Two-A .fa- GHAMPUS in civilian hospitals must pay 25 per cent of the charges. Each family using CHAMPUS covered outpatient care must pay the first $50 expense per person incurred each fiscal year (1 July-30 June) not to exceed $100 per family. This deductible must be met before CHAMPUS will pay its share for further outpatient care. I* Keep all itemized receipted bills until they amount to ci* exceed $50 for one family member or $100 for the en- ds* tire family during the fiscal year. Physicians bills E* should show the name of the patient name of the physician diagnosis care or service provided date of £1 service and charges. Drug receipts should show the name of the patient name of the pharmacy prescrip- tion number the date the prescription was filled and its &. cost. Complete the first 13 items of a DA Form 1863-2 (1863-1 if the* outpatient care was delivered by a hospital) for each beneficiary for whom itemized receipted bills are being submitted. Attach the receip- F-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Fridav August 16 1974 TO E 4* PREPARED-Men of the 1st Bde. 2nd Armd. Div. participate in civil distur- bance exercises Thursday. Throughout uestion: Is retirement re it allowed for leave without pay? Answer: Credit is generally given without deposit to the fund for so much of furlough or leave without pay as does not exceed six months in any calendar year. Question: What happens to my health benefits and life insurance coverage if I go on leave without pay? A nsw er: Your coverage generally will continue without cost for up to 365 days if you are in a nonpay status because of illness or other reason except reduction-in-force furlough. Question: I have a disabled child. How long can he be covered under my health benefits enrollment? A nsw er: All unmarried children are covered until they reach age 22. An unmarried child over age 22 who is in a ale of selfsupport because of a physical or mental incapacity existing fore the ild ’s 22nd birth ay continues to be covered. Ask your employi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Page Four-A Dear Editor I am a civil se rv ic employee at Darnall Army Hospital a registered nurse. When I was employed about a year ago I was told that all military and civilian workers at arnall must have a “MEDDAC” sticker on the rear window of their car authorizing them to park in the lot on the east end of the building which is clearly marked for “Hospital staff and Dental only.” Area schools opening doors children motorists warned to watch out for each other In last week’s edition of the SENTINEL we noted the plight of another of the world’s vanishing species—the pedestrian. This week we turn our attentions to a special group of pedestrians needing our protection and guidance. A famous man once commented that children are our most precious natural resources. We are inclined to agree. Protecting that natural resource supply can be a tedious task. With the beginning of school large numbers of great national products will be treking to and from the lear- ning institutions and wil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Ira®*' [m:'r Friday August 16 1974 PART OF THE JOB Pvt. 2 Linda Davis driver in the 16th Sig. Bn. takes Lt. Ing 13th Support Brigade Photo Officer to the photo lab after completion PX foods begins program The familiar yellow and brown pig that identifies the “Money Saver” program of the Army and Air Force Ex- change Service (AAFES) has found a second home: in AAFES cafeterias and snack bars. Weekly food Money Savers have been added to the long list of merchandise Money Savers that have become popular in AAFES retail stores worldwide. “Specially "priced merchan- dise featuring the distinctive Money Saver tags has met with enthusiastic customer response that continues to grow as more and more shop- pers become aware of the program” said Maj. Gen. C. W. Hospelhorn AAFES com- ander who introduced Money Savers last year. “Weekly food specials iden- tified by the same Money Saver signs should find equal popularity in AAFES food facilities. ef 1 The Money Saver specials are offered in all ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

^Friday August 16 1974 1st Bn. 68th ADA The Longhorn Room of the Ft. Hood Officers’ Open Mess was the setting Fri. Aug. 9 for the Hail and Farewell of the 1st Bn. 68th ADA. The of- ficers and their wives enjoyed good food and good fellowship. Lt. Col. Edward J. Horton welcomed Cpt. and Mrs. John Jacobson Cpt. and Mrs. Joel Pigott Lt. and Mrs. Peter Owen Lt. Laurence Thur- mond and W01 John Wilkins. Lt Col. Horton bid thanks and farewell to Cpt. and Mrs. Donald R. Hedgpath Lt. and IVfrs. Vincent F. Matlock Lt. and Mrs. Ralph D. Matta Lt. aijd Mrs. David A. Mitchell and Lt. Phillip A. Crockett. Epgraved silver mugs were presented to those men leaving. The officers’ wives of the l/68th ADA held their monthly cijffee Thurs. Aug. 8 at the Killeen home of Mrs. Ruth Fischer. Mrs. Fischer gave her co-hostess Mrs. Karyl Thompson a surprise baby slower during the coffee. Mrs. Gaby Horton presided over the bijsiness meeting. Plans for the December 1st Cav bazaar w£re among the things discus- s...

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