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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Page Seven-A WHO N EED S rolls along August got off to a promising start for Darnall’s Mobile Health Team at Cedar Grove .Mobile Home Park where early on the afternoon of the rfirst day of the month they saw their 2000th patient since the mission Health on Wheels” began on Oct. 16 .1973. The team visited with a total of 226 dependents of IT-Little Charlene Williams doesn’t ap­ pear to be overly happy with her honor as the 2000th patient of the DAH Mobile Health Unit. Charlene being held by her mother Jacquelyn wife of PV2 Alvory Wil- Army personnel that day at Cedar Grove and Anderson Mountain. On a visit to the same two parks on July 30 they saw 168 people which brought the week’s total to 394 more than they have seen any month before July. The 2000th patient was little Charlene Williams who was brought to the Teen Center at the Cedar Grove Mobile Home Park by he other Jacquelyn wife of E-2 Alvory Williams of the Combat Sup- port Company 2nd Battalion i-. 5th Armor 1st Cavalry Divi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Page Eight-A 0 Nobody at Ft. Hood is ever far from having the chance to buy a comic book. Whether in racks stacks bundles bags or boxes Superm an and his cronies are available in all of the 16 PXs at Hood. fou A 9C.«PS Hood’s comic books are brought to you by the Temple News Agency (TNA) and •that’s not supposed to sound like a TV commercial. They really are brought to you in trucks and thrice weekly by TNA which distributes comics and magazines from Dallas to San Angelo to Austin. Listening to Bill Hunka TNA S a les anager you realize what a tremendous task this can be. Last year alone he sold over 1050000 in the entire TNA area and a whopping 40 per cent of that an astounding 420000 of the lit- tle magazines passed over PX counters at Ft. Hood alone! That nearly half-a-million mark is distributed over more than 300 individual titles but that’s still an average of over 1400 comics of each title sold every year. Ft. Hood obviously likes comics. In comic retailing you shoot for a 65 ...

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

1 Page Nine-A “I left the Army quite simply because I got so I hated it. I feel a twinge (for having left the Army) now and then. Just Josiah Bunting is a tall well proportioned man with direct hypnotic brown eyes and an air of quiet assurance that sets a man a a rt. An honor graduate of Virginia Military Institute and now president of Briar Cliff College in New York Bunting served for a time as an infantry major in the United States Army. After two ears as an enlisted man in the Marine Corps he entered Virginia Military Institute in 1959. In 1963 he was graudated first captain from VMI was com- missioned into the infantry and that fall took up a Rhodes scholarship in modem history at Church College Oxford. A fter re tu in from England Josiah Bunting ser- ved successfully at the Infan- try Caiter at Ft. Benning with the 82nd Airborne Division at Ft. Bragg with the Mobile Riverine Force of the 9th In- fantry Division in Vietnam and at the Amphibious Warfare School in Quantico Virgini...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Page Ten-A A four-member team of the *}st Cavalry Divisions’ 1st Bde. I received a reenlistment trophy and individual certificates of •^appreciation from Maj. Gen. Robert M. Shoemaker for their reen listm en accom plish- ments for the fiscal year 1974. The “Iron Horse Brigade” V- fopped all other First Team •^contenders by reenlisting 179 “-•persons or a figure totaling 162.09 per cent of first team personnel. The ceremony took place at the unit headquarters conference room last Friday. Members of the 1st Bde. [*receiving rtific ate for •^meritorious achievement were [-Bde. reenlistment counselor CSfc. Charles W. Bouteller of rHHC 1st Bde. and Career CCounselors Sfc. Je rry V. •Smith 2nd Bn. 5th Cav. SSG. I Irvin Robbins 1st Bn. 6th *Cav. and Sgt. Chester L. Fritch 2nd Bn. 8th Cav. WATER. HUNGRY? some-™ iTCTiW liW itf ALL CONEYS MADE WITH onion rirgs 7 suwci it mi softer sown 2 701 EAST RANCI ER KILLEEN 6 3 4 6 7 3 3 Cr— Cav reup team honored Bouteller and his staff edged out 2nd Bd...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Friday August 16 1974 The Texas sky lit up as il- lumination round after il- lumination round was fired by the mortar platoon. Using the light 106 recoiless rifle teams spied their targets. “Fire mis- sion was the cry of the man in charge telling the team to prepare to fire. “Range 1100 meters.” Yelling the name of the round to be used “HEAT” (High Explosive Anti Tank) and the direction (Left Right Front Rear) his last instruc- tions were to describe the type of target under fire. “Tank” he cried until the final order was ready to be given. “Fire” and with that order came the thun- derous sound of the blast. At the other side of the range orange and blue sparks indicated to observers that the team had hit metal and scored a direct hit. The exercise is part of 2nd Bn. 50th (Mech.) Inf’s new training procedure. The pur- pose of the procedure is to familiarize new personnel with the use of the 50 cal. machine gun the 106 recoiless rifle and the 4.2 mortar at the same time attempting to...

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

Twelve-A 1 f* 0 Mrs. Vera Coles whose husband’s a tanker likes the Army. And likes to talk about it. “Charlie wasn’t in the Army when we first got married. But after awhile we decided to give Army life a try. “One of his reasons for joining and for reenlisting is college. He says that although it might take a little longer in the Army it’s easier and a whole lot cheaper. “The medical benefits are important to us too. Our bills would have been impossible as civilians. Plus the doctors have been outstanding. You know they don’t treat you like you’re just another case. “But basically we’re staying in because we’re happy here as a family. And I think that’s the best reason of all!’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL I "The Army’s been good to this Army wife.” A 4 ■M l|mwlwmwmmm|l !iV:H Today’s Amy gets better every time a good family reenlists. liiiiliil f- s" '*j{*^ -t v» 'S'A Friday August 16 1974

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Friday August 16 1974 3 & CAN OU I I T? S 5 Vernon Johnson (left) and Cpt. Cecil D. Vineyard both of the Texas National Guard’s 111th Eng. Bn. discuss the dig- ging of a pond for Ft. Hood’s Directorate of Facilities Engineering (DFE). The When most National Guard units leave Ft. Hood there’s lit- tle material evidence they were ever here but that was not true of the 111th Eng. Bn. Texas National Guard. Before departing Sunday the 111th constructed a pond which for years to come will be utilized by Ft. Hood’s wildlife conser- vation program. “We’ve been told by post irectorate of Facilities Engineering (DEF) personnel it’s trem ly rare for National Guard engineer bat- talions to complete a project in the two weeks they’re on ac- tive duty” commented Cpt. Cecil D. Vineyard 111th Eng. Bn. Training officer. He con- tinued “Of course many ro jets are uch too elaborate to be finished in just 14 days but we feel our men worked extra hard to do something other outfits maybe couldn’t hav...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Page Fourteen-A ilwiliillillli os V| §lpp ipup ffi yy. jS & No Service Charge On Your Personal Checking Account. No Minimum Balance Required $10000 Accidental Death Insurance $5.00 Savings Account For Each New Bom Child of Member FORT O O SENTINEL announces 20% Discount On Daily Car Rentals From National Car Rental System Inc A Gray and Church Effective Monday August 19 1974 MEMBERSHIP PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING SERVICES: All these BANCLUB services available to you for a monthly membership fee of only $3.50 For Additional Information Contact the WARM HEARTED Bank in Killeen Call 634-2132 REE NOTARY PUBLIC mericanSTATEBANK “U1 Member FDIC FREE: I a Personalized Checks No Charge- All You Need Without Issue Charge Travelers Checks Cashier#s Checks 10% Discount On Room Rates at Roadway Inns NOTARY SERVICE WITHOUT CHARGE Monthly BANCLUB News Letter Special Travel Opportunities Other Services as Announced Friday August 16 1974 W\{K y/X 4 ip fill ill

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Friday August 16 1974 'M DURING INsTt r*. v. HELL ON WATER Dave “Ghost” Bennett is off and swimming during the 400 yd. Medley Relay event in last week’s Post Swimming and Diving Tourney. Bennett was one of the HOW standouts with first place finishes By Arth Esch and Staff “Hell on Wheels?” Maybe the well-known initials of HOW stand for “Hell on Water.” Paced by three double win- ners and backed by outstan- ding depth in almost every event the 2nd Armd. Div. churned to a 128-113 victory over the 1st Cav. Div. in last week’s Post Swimming and Diving Tournament at Pool No. 1. Each team chalked up seven first place finishes in the 14 .event meet but the Iron Deuce capitalized on their superior [overall strength to take a wide margin on second and third -place points. Leading the way for ‘‘Pat- ton’s Own” was a trio of aquatic athletes that accoun- ted for six individual first place finishes while the 1st Cav. Div. had one tanker with three firsts and another with two top finishes. Dave ...

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

Page Two-B t. Hood lfers Walt Morgan Troyce Raynes Bill Baldwin and Robert Gordon rolled to victory August 9 in (he Western Division Forces Command Tournament held in Ft. Lewis Wash. taking the team championship. Comprised of the three top scores per day the group shot a 908 22 shots better than the second place team of Ft. Lewis Wash. Morgan of the 2nd Armd. Div. shot rounds of 74-76-76-68 to finish second in the open play of the tournament at 294 two over a r and three Strokes behind the winner D&n Loper from Ft. Riley Kan. Raynes of the Modern Army •Selective S te est E valu atio and Review (MASSTER) shot rounds of 74-78-73-73 to finish third at 298 six over par. Howard Herron captured fourth place in the seniors ri I Post golfers capture Forscom tournament division of the tournament with rounds of 85-84-76-82 a 327. Herron was the only entry in the seniors division from Ft. Hood in the tournament. Gordon finished 11th in the tournament with a 316 but his 78 and 76 in the sec...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Friday August 16 1 9 7 4 Dolphin swimmers were most impressive posting a total of 17 times. Outstan- ding among that number was Jennifer Winzurk with 4 times Karen Teich with 3 and Jill Belew with 2. In the relay events the Senior girls took 2nd in both the freestyle and medley relays the Senior boys took 1st in both relays the 10 & girls a 3rd in the freestyle and 4th in the medley relays the lit SPORTS Hunt-ing fo a speaker By JERRY “PORKER” REED The following comments came from “Why Not Speak?” a book written by H. L. Hunt: Anyone who is aware of the night-and-day difference between a mere “talker” and a “speaker” has taken the first essential step along the path toward public speaking. Most speakers fall into three classes: 1) the speaker who stands up says a few words and sits down 2) the speaker who fills the after-dinner silence and 3) the speaker who uses his allotted time to the best and most constructive advantage by sincerely and genuinely communicating with his audie...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Page Four-B ui 9 ON THE LEVEL is Pvt. 2 Monty Jones (bottom) assisting Pvt. 2 George Pate (top) as he checks out the frame of a wall with aright angle. Pate and Jones both from “Attack” Co. 2nd Bn. 50th Mech. Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. are assisting with The operations section of the 2nd Bn. 50th Mech. Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. moved their maps desks cabinets and lockers out of the room that had been their home for a year. In went some young troopers the doors were closed and windows papered up with a sign “Closed until further notice. Once inside the locked doors pool tables could be seen with new green. On the other side of the room bangs buzzes and scraping sounds could be heard. The smell of fresh wood shavings was in the air and new lumber frames were noticeable around the room. The “Dolphins” were in the process of finally getting their day-rooms. The Battalion it seems had always had recreation rooms but they eren ’t isolated. Specialist 4 Charles Jankov- sky construction supervisor of th...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Friday August 16 1 9 7 4 -fN ARE THE- SOLUTION I O ur People ake O ur Pizza Better. 1 9 7 4 Pizza ut Inc. Buy one at regular price. W hat’s the catch? It’s only this— we want everyone to find out why Pizza ut pizza is the world's most popular. So for a limited time we're offering an introductory Penny Pizza. ere’s how it works. Take the coupon below to any participat- ing Pizza Hut. O rder any pizza at the regular price and get a second pizza (of equal value) for only 10. Come see how delicious a pizza can be. A see how much difference a cozy^atmosphere and quick courteous service can make in a pizza restaurant. W hen you buy any Pizza Hut pizza at regular price this coupon entitles you to a second pizza (of equal value) for only 10. Killeen Copperas Cove 2702 E. Hwy. 190 547-4717 2503 E. Rancier 526-6888 Pteza 4lut A fund drive for the KNCT Mobile television unit is now under way to obtain enough funds in order to pay for the recently acquired mobile unit for the television station...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Six-B 'tackle Football ’Dependent Youth Activities (’DYA) is co tin in to register male atheltes for the 1974 Tackle Football program. Competition begins with a “Jamboree” on Saturday Sept. 14 and regular league play kicks off on Sept. 21. Youngsters ages 9-17 who desire to participate in the Tackle Football program should register as soon a spos- sible. Registration can be accom- plished from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday ex- cept holidays in the DYA Sports office Bldg. 426 located on Academic Dr. east bf th 2nd A rm d. Div. Museum. Certification of age (birth certificates ID cards etc.) is required at time of registration. The registration fee for Tackle Football is $3.50 for one participant $5.00 for two par- ticipants (in same family) and $6.00 for three participants or*more (in the same family). -Three divisions of play will be conducted and are as fol- lows: a Junior Division for 9-11 •year molds (110 lbs. and under) an. Intermediate Division for 12-14 year molds (...

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

Friday August 1^ 1974 E Artichokes l(M Italian I S Laundry Detergent. WvPZm Luctrna. Veterans Adm inistration Inform ation Tender Full Ears! New Crop —Each California. Rich in Vitamin'A'! —Each Tender Full Ears! New Crop —I Nut-Uku Haver! —Each Green Beans *M#¥eWri"d*r Zucchini Squash Skim Milk 5 9 Safeway Special! Sour Cream Locarno. For Dips! Ctn. Deodorant Soap 1 Troly Hno. Mild! —Bath Bar Skin Bracer Facial Tissue Rjght Guard polish Remover Rubbing Alcohol Liquid Shampoo Mild to Skinl. Ivory Soap Personal Size Truly 16-ox. Hue Bottle 0 9 52* 4-Bar Pkg. 89* Monaco Bottle *•**•36* Truly Fine Box Deodorant. Gillette Cheer 7-ox. Can 1 Safew ay 49-ox. special! Box (Limit 1 with $5.00 or more purchase excluding cigarettes. Additional Hems at regular price.) Cake Mix Duncan Hines. JM A Layer Cake. Safew ay 18.5-oz. Special! Pkg. Vz-Gal. Ctn. 35* 6-ox. Sno-Proo Bottle Isopropyl. 16-ex. Clear Bottle Fruit Drink AM O Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Ravioli wetter re a ilita tio for a t- in ju re ietn am ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Pagfe Eight-B It nit goes to Ft. Bliss fwas a nice quiet Thursday iiing last week. The sun just beginning to rise and the air was warm and comfor- table. The roar of engines in the 2nd Bn. 5th A.D.A. 2nd Arrtid. Div. motor pool split the-silence of the sunrise sig- nalin th a of the organization’s training exer- ds^ letting all know that 2/5th was on its way. The commander gave the shout “Move out” and with that 23 vehicles trucks with personal gear administrative ate ria ls a a rts tankers and POL organized the long convoy for the trip to Ft. Bliss Tex. The purpose of the trip was to send the necessary support to troops preparing to fire the Chaparrals for record down at Bliss. According to 2/5th’s com- mander Lt. Col. John D. Shetler “It was along trip.” He explained that the group had a little trouble getting started hursday morning iDecause there was just not I enough space on the Ft. Hood I roads to line up the convoy. I Traffic lights separated some of the trucks but once on t...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Page Nine-B r:30 7:33 STUDENTS TO FAIRWAY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL KILLEEN TEXAS Ar Bus No. 1 7:40A.M. Patton Park: 7:40 Stop No. 20 (24th St.) Lv 7:41 Stop No. 20A (Patton Circle) 7:45 7:45 Stop No. 56 (Patton Drive). Ride bus No. 1 home in the afternoon. 7:38 7:40 Bus No. 2 Patton Park: 7:38 Stop No. 57 (Todd St.) 7:40 Stop No. 59 (Coleman Road) Ride bus No. 2 home in the afternoon. 7:40 7:45 Bus No. 3 Wainwright Heights: 7:40 Stop No. 46 (Fisher Ave.) 7:42 Stop No. 47 (Fisher Ave.) 7:45 Stop No. 24 (Friedman St.). Ride bus No. 3 home in the afternoon. 7:42 7:45 Bus No. 2 Wainwright Heights: 7:42 Stop No. 22 (Wainwright Drive) 7:43 Stop No. 21 (Wainwright Drive) 7:45 Stop No. 23 (Bailey St.). Ride bus No. 2 home in the afternoon. STUDENTS TO SAINT JOSEPH’S PAROCHIAL SCHOOL KILLEEN TEXAS (Effective August 26) Bus No. 4 7:10 7:14 Commanche Village: 7:10 Stop No. 1 (Wichita Drive) 7:11 Stop No. 2 (Wichita Drive) 7:12 Stop No. 3 (Kiowa Drive). Ride Bus No. 4 home in the afternoon. 7:20 7:28...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Page Ten-B W Moadky 19 Aageit 8:28 Cbre an Concern 8:43 bist A em oval of haparral Swim Kit 9:10 CH-47 reflight Procedures 1 9:35 Prevention of Drowning 10:00 Intro to TAMMS 10:43 IF lig la s-D Form 175 -(Stopover) U:00 Assy & isassyof M60 MG7.ffl .11:16 Tac Empl of Div A rty Pt 1 12:28 Care an Concern 12:43 Hie Problem of Am phetam ine Abuse 1:00 Helo vs A rm or in Mid-Intensity Env- nmt 1:17 TTakc Vehicle riving 2:00 Functions of the Fid Arty Fuses 2:29 Leadership Situations 1.2&3 3:00 echTng on .45 Cal Pistol tl 3:38 The Army om issary 4:00 Effective A rm W riting tl 4:32 Forests A re or Peop le '5:28 Care and Concern 5:43 Land the Landing Force 6:10 Weapons That Work 6:35 Pancho 7:28 Care and Concern 17:43 The Name of the am Is Hockey 8:11 Two for the Show 1 Tuesday 20 August 8:27 Physical itness Pt 1 -9:00 Indian Exodus 9:25 Gen isassy & eassy of .45 Cal Pistol 10:00 Firing attery erm 10:20 Using the E xhaust as Temp (EGT) Tester 00 The Quiet W ar Jh28 Lashings 12:2...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

Page Eleven-B Jefferey rummaged through some of his favorite mementos in the attic of his con- dominium recently and came across a pic- ture of one of his all-time favorite people...Ms. Nancy Cameron. Nancy has remained in Jeff’s memory since the time JOY Drive-k Theatre COPPERAS COVE *2 Per Carload East Edge of Coppeis Cove on Highway 190 West NOW SHOWING 5u Sun. Mon. Tues.' 5 Starts Weds. EYE CATCHER ALL IN ONE PACKAGE We W on ’t S a APACHE INSURANCE AGENCY 3 0 7 W. Hwy. 190 COPPERAS COVE Mon Fri. 9 to 6 O Sot. 10 to 2 she was a Playboy Playmate and the SENTINEL editor is overjoyed to grace the pages of this week’s edition with her lovely countenance. (Photo courtesy of Playboy Magazine). INSURANCE We Can Insure All Drivers— 1 7 & up Terms Available 547-7511 9547-7512 MON.-FRI. 10-6 SAT. 10-9 CISC'S. Individuals who don’t wish to perform in the various productions FHCT stages could work with lights or costumes. The FHCT even has a job for Someone to greet guests at the door wh...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 August 1974

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