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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Friday July 27 1973 New helciopter qualification range Construction on a new helicopter range that "will probably be the best qualification course range in the United States" was com­ pleted and dedicated recen­ tly according to Colonel T. A. Tullar Ft. Hood Range Officer. Col. Tullar stated that the range 1500 meters wide by 3000 meters long is probably the first "really satisfactory" range for qualification firing ever constructed at Ft. Hood. The range is reported as being approximately 2200 meters wide at its farthest point downrange allowing for an extended field of fire to either side. Initial plans for the new range were first drafted over a year ago the colonel stated and had undergone a number of revisions prior to the beginning of actual con­ struction about two months ago. The greatest problem facing the range crew was finding an area where all the weapons found upon a Cobra Last week the 3rd Bn. 83rd Field Arty. (3/83 FA) U.S. Army Reserve from Laurel Miss. completed a t...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Page Twelve-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice To Public B-1 ICK'S UPHOLSTERY & CARPETS 122 West Hwy. 190 Phone 526-4151 NEW STORE HOURS: 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM Daily CLOSED SAT. SUN. MON. Thank You For Your Patronage (8/3) Professional B-9 MOTOR STEAM CLEAN SPECIAL Includes Car Wash & Wax $7.50 ZIP CAR WASH West Hwy. 190 Killeen (tfn) Safe Courteous Dependable Insurance MIDLAND NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 2209 A East Hwy. 190 Copperas Cove GENERAL AGENT: IRA A. YOHO 547-4256-773-4021 Associated with Military S.G.L.I. (tfn) Nurseries Kindergarten C-7 RAGGEDY ANN & ANDY CHILD CARE CENTER: Love and Care for Your Child. Reasonable Rates. Qualified Personnel. 634-3411 or 634- 6459. (8-10) Radio TV Service C-15 TELEVISION SERVICE CALLS $6.50 Color or Black & White EXCHANGE TV SERVICE 685-5088 (Tfn) AirCond. Heating C-21 GEORGES AIR CONDITIONING HEATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen HORN'S Air Cooled Engine Repair 525-8602 4J.4 West Hwy. 190-Killeen ftfn) Misc. Services PAT'S COIN...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Friday July 27 1973 /r HQ. 1ST CAV. DIV. Officers and wives of Hq. 1st Cav. Div. met July 19 at Ft. Hood Officers' Open Mess for a hail and farewell party. The gathering featuring a western theme was planned by the G-2 Section. Following a social hour and dinner hails and farewells were conducted by Col. Thomas D. Ayers division chief of staff. Newcomers included Lt. Col. and Mrs. John Heilman Lt. Col. and Mrs. Ted Hum­ mel Lt. Col. and Mrs. Jack Mullen Lt. Col. and Mrs. Conrad Walker Lt. Col. and Mrs. Fred Watke Lt. Col. and Mrs. Ed Williams Maj. and Mrs. Dave Lynn Cpt. and Mrs. Randy Kautto Cpt. and Mrs. Kenny Ownbey Cpt. and Mrs. Richard Taylor Cpt. Michael Sullivan Lt. and Mrs. Larry Johnson Lt. Charles Keisse Lt. Ray Feherenback Lt. Nancy Prickett and Mrs. Charles Clonch a summer in­ tern in the SJA office. Farewells were said to Lt. Col. and Mrs. Thomas Red­ den Lt. Col. and Mrs. Wallace Taliaferro Maj. and Mrs. Larry Snook Maj. and Mrs. Gerry Wilmart Maj. and Mrs. Jack Zimmer...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Page Fourteen-B "Ten Little Indians" a mystery by Agatha Christie which was first performed at the Broadhurst Theatre New York June 27 1944 will be presented next month at the Ft. Hood Community Theatre. Performance dates for the show are scheduled for August 14. Curtain time will be 8 p.m. The "Ten Little Indians" refers to the cluster of statuettes on the mantelpiece of a wierd country house when the play opens and to the nursery rhyme embossed above them telling how each little Indian met his death un­ til there was none. To this queer Byzantine mortuary eight assorted guests are in­ vited for a week-end by a mysterious host. The guests have never met one another before nor have they met their host. Nor has the housekeeper the butler or the Hood cleans up The natural resource con­ servation program here at Ft. Hood has won the Army Chief of Staff Conservation Award for fiscal year 1972. The award is given each year to a large and small Army installation for conducting the best co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

VOL. 32 NO. 22 By JOHN SAVARD Although the plusher rentals are beyond the $105 housing allowance of lower grade EM surrounding communities have a wide ranging variety of good housing for Ft. Hood G.I.'s. Last week the Sentinel depicted some of the problem areas. This week real estate developers and local apartment complex operators gave many opinions and suggestions. One man who is developing a 91-acre tract of land just opposite the new interchange at Ft. Hood's main gate was contacted by the Sentinel. He is consen- trating his efforts into multi-dwellings. There are only 20 single family homes to be built in the area and most of these have been sold already. But a total of 76 duplex triplex and four-plex units are being constructed. A new apartment complex with some 56 one bedroom units is already built ren­ ting for $150 a month unfurnished and $165 furnished. The builder stated that he plans to build a 56-unit two bedroom apartment complex in the near future. Cost of these new u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Page Two-A it '4 Crime is all around us 5? Bring The Whole Family For A Treat! EAST HWY. 190 at 10TH KILLEEN 526-5725 a& SIRLOIN W FORT HOOD SENTINEL By MIKE FINNEN A knife saw and drill may sound like the equipment necessary to make a jail break but for Spec. 4 Wayne A. Gray of "B" Trp. 7th Sqdn. 17th Cav. 1st Cav. Div. they are the tools of another trade. Gray has wnat might be considered an unusual hobby for someone his age con­ structing plastic models of military equipment. "I became interested in models when I was six years old" he said. "My uncle who was nine at the time already had a large collec­ tion so I decided to start one of my own." Since then the 22-year old Morencini Arizona native has devdted many of his leisure hours to this time con­ suming hobby. His entire collection which exceeds 150 pieces includes everything from Civil War pistols to ocean liners. "I'm somewhat of an ar­ mor nut" he said. "Tanks have always facinated me At an impressive campfire Iperemon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Friday August 3 1973 Who said only girls get starry-eyed? The men of the 169th Main. Bn. 13th Spt. Bde. and 3669th Heavy Equip­ ment Main co. Montana National Guard surely had stars in their eyes. the day the general came to visit. THE THOUGHT OF getting dish-pan hands was the farthest thing from Maj. Gen. John Womack's mind when he washed out his own mess kit after a 'field ration' buffet with the 3669th HEM The Directorate of Facilities Engineering will start spraying yards in family housing areas Aug. 4 and will spray every weekend thereafter until all yards are sprayed. This action must be completed because of severe insect infestation the in­ festation is rapidly destroying Kindergarten registration The Ft. Hood Kindergarten a S registration is set for August 6 7 and 8 between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the school in Bldg. 4819 across the highway from the main commissary. Spraying of quarters to begin Best Dining Facility "The way to a man's hear- t" says many a mother to single marr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Page Four-A I 'ifc Who speaks for soldier? Who speaks to soldier? "News copy is what is used to hold the spaces bet­ ween the ads" was an opinion stated by an old newspaper business manager to a young advertising salesman for a small paper in a Northern state. The raspy old man also pointed out that copy should neither be offensive to anyone nor harrassing to any commerce. What is the purpose of a newspaper? How does it serve the public who reads it? Of course one of its main functions is to inform the reader or public of local dealings in commerce. The sales and business dealings communicated in the newspapers of any media are a very important part of the publication. However this is not the only func­ tion. The City Editor for the New York Tribune has defined news copy as "the inexact measure of the ebb and flow of the tides of human aspiration the dishonor of mandkind the glory of the human race." The New York editor continued "It is the best record we have of the incredible mean...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Friday August 3 1973 QX\( Concern By RICHARD STACY What is a hospital? It is more than a building it's more than beds and it is more than just people. A hospital is part of today's living standard a health care delivery system that serves all. Why is a hospital important? This year one out of every seven Americans will be a patient in the hospital. A hospital is a good place to be born a good place to go to find out what is wrong with you and then be treated for it as well as being a place to go when you need emergency attention. These services at Darnall Army Hospital are provided on an inpatient and outpatient basis. With these services comes many associated problems many of which have been brought to light in recent articles. This article deals with a problem which can be solved in a large part with the cooperation of the Ft. Hood Community. EXCESS The problem I am speaking of is excess people in the hospital. This refers to children running up and down the halls friends and neig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Page Six-A 36 states outlaw bald tires Nevada has become the 36th state to join the cam­ paign to outlaw bald tires the Tire Industry Safety Council reported today. The ban became effective July 1 after the Nevada legislature passed a bill establishing a minimum tread depth requirement of 1/16 inch for all passenger car tires. ''Experts estimate one out of every three cars is traveling on at least one bald or dangerously worn tire" said Council Chairman Malcolm R. Lovell Jr. "With almost 97 million automobiles on the road today these worn tires represent a significant poten­ tial safety hazard" Mr. Lovell declared. Nevada has nearly 300000 registered automobiles accor­ ding to the latest government figures which means an estimated 100000 vehicles may have at least one unsafe tire. When one tire is bald two out of three times there will be another unsafe tire on the same car a government sur­ vey shows. "More than two-thirds of the states have now taken specific legal action against ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

ist 3 1973 HOT CHly CON CARN* WITH SCANS CtlOt'Ol ^3vv^fjr Banana The Richer Softer Bread Made With Whole Eggs and Honey! Mouthwash Toothbrushes #Tomato Catsup Peanut Butter Non-Fat Dry Milk jnstant Breakfast Liquid Bleach Detergent Fabric Softener Su Purb Liquid .Glass Cleaner Folger's Coffee STOCK-UP!! Bath Soap Truly Fine Deodorant Bar. Mild to Skin! Safe-way Special! Paper Towels Truly Fine. Stock Up Now! Keep Them Handy! Safeway Special! Orange Juice Bel-air. Frozen. 100% Oran$d Jui From Florida! Safeway Special! (12-oz. Can 390 Chili Con Carne Town House With Beans. Safeway Special! Cream Pies Bel-air. Tasty Desserts! Frozen. Smooth and Creamy! Safeway Special! elatins Jell-well. For Salads or Desserts! Fruit Flavors! Safeway Special! fresh From the Bakery! Safeway Bread New Formula...Premium Quality! Premium White. ^Regular or ^-Sandwich. Sliced V/i-Lb. Loaf Safewar lottle 49 Safeway —Each 39* Everyday Low Prices! Mayonnaise CQ{ nu-made. Light Flavor! —32-ox. Jar 14-ox. Battl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Page Eight-A By LINDA PRELLWITZ Sergeant Joe Smith had about given up.hope that he would ever get his mobile home repaired when he filed his complaint with 5-CITY. Six weeks before filing his complaint he had contacted Eastside Mobile Home Sales about the leaking roof buckling wall paneling and central air conditioning. His unit commander had also failed to get any action from Eastside. The alleged failure by the mobile home dealer to provide the repairs was brought to the attention of 5-CITY the Ft. Hood Com­ plaints Action Line. There Sgt. Smith filed his complaint with Cpt. Jack H. Thrasher who began an investigation. He found that the mobile home had been purchased with a Veteran's Ad­ ministration (VA) approved loan six months before and repairs had not taken place. A check with the VA in Waco revealed that Eastside had a good record with very few complaints being filed with VA. Contact with Eastside Mobile Home Sales resulted in their assurance that the problem would be taken ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Friday August 3 1973 2nd Armd. Div. Officers' Wives The Officers' Wives of the 2nd Armd. Div. honored Mrs. Robert L. Fair with a welcome coffee in the Ft. Hood Officers' Club. Mrs. Fair along with Mrs. John A. Maurer received the ladies 9 upon entering the ballroom. A warm welcome was exten­ ded to Mrs. Fair by all. Special guests attending the coffee were Mrs. George P. Seneff Mrs. H. J. McChrystal Mrs. John W. McEnery Mrs. Thomas Wesson Mrs. K. G. Althaus and Mrs. Luis Bravo. Mrs. Donn A. Starry a special guest from Ft. Knox was also attending. Coffee was served on tables fringed with summer green net and satin ribbons. A beautiful spring bouquet graced the center table. Background music was played by Mr. Eddie Willis during the coffee. Mrs. Fair is the wife of Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair the new commander of the 2nd Armd. Div. 1st Bn. 50th Infantry A pool party was the set­ ting for this month's Hail and Farewell. Capt. and Mrs. Gilley hosted the party at the Officers' Club pool. A ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Page Ten-A 1 11111 Cav. Social Whirl Hq. 1st Cav. Div. Officers and wives of the G-3 Division Aviation Chemical Tactical Air Con- a a a Management sections met for a barbeque and garden buffet at the home of Maj. and Mrs. Larry Jess the evening of July 27. Assisting the Jess's as "hosts were Mai. and Mrs. Jack Moscrip. Everyone en­ joyed a spectacular view of the area from the Copperas Cove hill top. Lieutenant Colonel Thomas H. Spence officiating at his first evening function since becoming Division G-3 welcomed to the group Maj and Mrs. Donald M. Heilig Lt. and Mrs. Larry Johnson and Maj. and Mrs. Bruce Hurry. Capain Charles A. Henne who will be leaving to attend the Armor career course at Ft. Knox Ky. was presented a plaque made of inlaid woods in the shape of a 1st Cav. patch on a walnut background. Henne introduced his bride to be Miss Evelyn Patton of San Antonio to the group. They will be married in San Antonio and she will accom­ pany him to Ft. Knox. Hq. Div Arty Mrs. Jack ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Friday August 3 1973 "EVERYTHING I AM TODAY—is because I did it myself" says Big Tom. Colonel Thomas E. Wesson Commander 13th Spt. Bde. retired after 30-years of dedicated service to the Army he so admired as a DEPARTMENT STORE H' A DIVISION OF TANDY CORPORATION Men's double knit cuffed slacks 100% polyester double knit slacks sport the new 1-1/2 inch cuff. Brown navy or maroon sizes 30 to 42. Men's acrylic knit turtle-necks 100% acrylic knit turtlenecks in navy brown or maroon to mix and match with ease. Sizes S.M.L.XL. Acrylic knit sleeveless sweaters 100% acrylic knit sweater in brown navy or maroon. Sizes SMLXL. Rib knits make the difference! Men's plaid knit sport shirts Permanent press sport shirts with two- button cuff long collar. Brown navy maroon sizes SMLXL. Hwy. 190 COPPERAS COVE of co-ordinating for back to school! MAKE IT HAPPEN WITH YOUR MASTER CHARGE BANK AMERICARD 1 young lad. His words to young men and women con­ sidering a military career "do everything yourself a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Page Twelve-A Recreational Services Brought back by popular demand Water Ski Races sponsored by the Ft. Hood Water Ski Club. Last month the races attracted such a large and enthusiastic audien­ ce we just had to do it one more time. Classes include Novice Family (under 40 mph.) Powder Puff Unlimited O.B. Family (over 40 mph.) Jet Class anH S. K. Class. ^'Registration opens at 11 a-.m. and competition will begin at 12:30 p.m. on Aug. 19..The 1 Faces will be held at Ft. Hood's Lakeside Resort on beautiful Lake Belton. Trophies will be awarded for first .and second places. See you at the races. DYA Registration for DYA batoh ballet acrobatics and tumbling and tap dancing in­ struction will be accepted from.7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monda'y-Friday except holidays/ starting Aug. 13 in the DYA Admin office Bldg. 425 Academic Drive. $11'-programs are to be taughf 6y professional in­ structors and will be conduc­ ted in the Main Teen Club Bldg.*4tl Academic Drive. !.T&e registration fee fo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Friday August 3 1973 ec near seat belts and receive cash Buckle your seat belt! They were installed for a specific purpose to help save lives and reduce the chance of serious injuries. To encourage personnel to use seat belts a program is in ^effect by the III Corps and Ft. Hood Safety Office whereby individuals found to be wearing- seat belts are rewarded. If the operator is wearing the seat belt when checked he will be presented $5 cash along with two free passes to a a Passengers in the automobile who are wearing their seat Questions (a/neu The Veterans Ad­ ministration turned down my disability claim and I'd like to contest the decision. How can I do this? A You may appeal it to the VA Board of Veterans Appeals appearing in person or having someone or an organization represent you. 0 By 2 p.m. on Monday July 16 1973 41 students had pre- registered for the 1973 fall semester as compared with 17 students who registered on a of re registration for the 1972 fall semester. Handbook w...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Page Four teen-A CHRYSLER NEWPORT 4-Door Sedan Equipped with: Ira's Discount Ira's "Win You Over" Price FURY III 4-DoorSedan Has: Ira's Discount Electronic Ignition-Power Steering-Power Disc Brakes-Bright Upper Door Mouldings-Inside Hood Release-Vinyl Roof-AM Radio-Rear Speaker-Light Package-W.W. Tires-Wheel Covers-3-Speed Wipers-L/ Outside Remote Mirror- Undercoating-Clock-Torqueflite Transmission-360 V-8-Tinted Glass-Air Conditioning-Vinyl Body Side Mouldings. Factory Suggested Price .. Ira's "Win You Over" Price III Kll A CHRYSLER Vlymoutfi wmgw#. Electronic Ignition System-Power Steering-Power Disc Brakes-Torqeflite Transmission- 400 2BB V-8-Foam Seats-Inside Day-Night Mirror-Inside Hood Release-Wheel Covers- Vinyl Body Side Mouldings-L Outside Remote Mirror-Factory Air Conditioning-All Tinted Glass-Clock-Undercoating-AM Radio and W.W. Tires. Factory Suggested Price .... ...... 490000 pps? ...499150 99200 3999 939 00 00 001 Don't Wait! Buy NOW while the selection is Good! See. F...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Friday August 3 1973 SPORTS Ballad of Bibby & Clyde By JERRY REED Clark Geble-Claudette Colbert Jennette McDonald- Nelson Eddy Katharine Hepburn-Spencer Tracy and Melvin Purvis-John Dillinger were all famous couples in the days of the depression. Most of the above were situated in the northern part of the country during the days of the WPA and Rosey's "New Deal". The most famous pair of that era in the area was Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. Unlike their peers this pair of outlaws preferred robbing a bank to watching the "The March Of Time" at the local cinema. Bonnie and Clyde sub­ scribed to Robin Hood's theory of "take from the rich and give to the poor" which happened to be them­ selves. In early May of 1934 the couple that had terrorized the south-western part of the country were finally stopped in Arcadia Louisiana. Bonnie and Clyde died in a bullet-riddled car at the hands of the famed Texas Rangers. SIMILIAR PAIR Almost forty years havfe past by since the death of Bonni...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Page Two-B By ROBERT PATTERSON You don't have to ask someone who's 6 ft. 5 in. tall weighs 205 pounds and wearsusize 13 Converse sneakers if he plays basket­ ball. The man you needn't ask is Some animal lovers are guilty of inhumane acts toward the objects of their af­ fection according to wildlife biologists. In their search for exotic "different" pets these animal lovers rarely take into account the needs of the animals they buy. As a result many of these animals from monkeys to lions languish in unnatural surroundings. When the animal lover tires of his pet he rarely has the heart to have the pet distroyed. Instead the pet is released into the wild in surroundings very much dif­ ferent from the habitat for which it is suited. The results are usually misery and starvation for the released animals. Aside from the inhumane aspects of such thoughtless treatment of animals wildlife biologists across the nation are concerned with another possiblity that these exotic animals won't die i...

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