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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Friday August 3 0 1974 Editor’s Note: Roy D. Holt is a 76 year old native of Central Texas who is well versed on the history of the West. A teacher of 50 years Holt is the author of three books and many articles about the old West. BY ROY D. HOLT J. M. Franks whose parents moved to Fort Gates in early 1805’s when J. M. was about a year old made his first cattle drive in 1867. John T. Town- send of Fayette County roun- ded up the old TEX brand of cattle in Coryell County the brand owned by Gelonic and Denie of Belton. The roundup lasted all summer and then cam th ail driv to Galveston at a time when yel- low fever raged there. In 1868 Cooley and Grimes from Illinois came to Coryell County and bought herd of cat- tle at $10 per head in gold. None of the steers was under five years old and they were of many colors black spotted blue brown white and red longhorns. They were branded at the pens of W. W. Hammack with Circle G. The cowboys Media hosted at Hood t. Hood ste news rep resen ta...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Page Sixteen-A E CHANGE COMMAND A a HOW Field was the scene last Friday for the Change of Command for the 1st Bn. 14th Field Arty. (1/14 FA) 2nd Armd. Div. Departing commander of the “Fourteenth” Lt. Col. Carleton C. Nock passed the colors to Lt. Col. Robert D. Chelberg. Commander of 1/14 FA since March 1973 Lt. Col. Nock graduated from Norwich Univ. at Northfield Vt. in 1956 and was assigned to the 291st Field Arty. Bn. after attending the Officers Basic Course and Air- borne School. Nock later served with the 1st Missile Bn. 33rd FA in Germany returning to CONUS in 1960. Subsequent assign- ments took him to Vietnam Amphibious Group I U.S. Pacific Fleet and Ft. Wain- wright Al. Lieutenent Colonal Nock ser- ved a ‘‘H ll’s ir Executive O fficer before taking command of 1/14 FA and now will serve as Division G-4. His decorations include the ronze S ta edal Meritorious Service Medal and Navy Com endation Medal. In his closing remarks Lt. Col. Nock spoke of the close relationship betwee...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

*4 Friday August 30. 1974 Bikers head for Michigan I JERRY REED Sports Editor It was the fall of 1972. They were just a couple of kids Dennis and Bruce out for some fun. It was good times. i. Until they crossed the Bell County Line. It was then that the twosome arrived at Ft. Hood Texas located in the heart of Bell County. For them play was over. It was time for some serious work. On August 21 1974 the two draftees left for home and back to good times. Dennis J. Flannigan 24 and Bruce M. Applin 25 are now heading back home and planning on having plenty of fun on the way. They are riding their bicycles all the way to Michigan. Yes they are on their way. If all goes well they will be arriving in Michigan on or around September 16. “We’re in no hurry” explained Bruce when queried about the unusual trip adding “Now we’ve got all the time in the world.” What would prompt two college graduates to take on such a task? “Actually the whole thing started out as a joke” related Dennis a gradua...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Page Two-B By CLEM HUGHES There is a an working at West Ft. Hood that NOBODY should attempt to give a “case of the hips.” George E. arro tt i£ curren- tly working in the MASSTER (M ern A rm S ele cte a iRobert Lynch fired a pistol for 772 points swam for 920 and ran for another 394 to pace the 2nd Armored Division’s 1st Bn. 41st Inf. team to the Ft. Hbod Triathlon Championship. Adding scoring punch to the Lynch squad ere Charles Gregory with 1602 points and Steven Kelly with 1374 points ghnng the trio a combined win- ning score of 5062 champion- ship points. A fourth em er of the team John urick scored 1003 points but did not count point-wise as the judges took the top three scores of each team. Lynch’s total of 2086 points for the three-event triathlon (shooting swimming and run- ning) as not ite good enough for top individual honors which went to the 1st Cav’s obert Snyder of A Trbop 7th Sqdn. 17th Cav who had a three-event total of 2113 points. Following Snyder and Lynch onthe in...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

rid a A st 3 0 1 9 7 4 1 * SPORTS Clark: Leaving Sooner By JERRY “PORKER” REED Had things gone according to plan Waymon Clark would have been the starting fullback for the University of Oklahoma this year. Things did not of course. Before he could even unwrap his school supplies and start on his first essay “How I Spent My Summer Vacation” he was suspended. He hasn’t caught in the bathroom smoking he didn’t eheat on his final exams and he wasn’t guilty of any criminal acts. What then? The only response from Sooner head coach Barry Switzer was that Clark the starting fullback a year ago was booted off the team for “disiplinary reasons”. The loss of the senior from Austin Texas by way of Tyler Junior College is not severe. Even though Clark was the second leading rusher on the team behind back- field mate Joe Washinton he probably won’t be mis- sed. In a few weeks the name Waymon Clark will be as forgotten as the nickel cigar the Nehru shirt and the pin-stripe suit. It won’t be long u...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Page Four-B 4* Vv Jefferey chose as his subject for this week’s SENTINEL the very lovely Miss Kristine Hanson who deals blackjack part time at arrah’s Casino in Lake Tahoe Nev. Kristine is a native of Illinois and at- tends classes a California State Univer- sity at Sacram ento. Her hobbies are hor­ As a military professional your career is all the collateral you need. For a minute let yourself think about the good life ... imagine about the things you’re working for to make it the good life. Now think about the idea that you may be able to have those things you want for the good life... right away and within your present monthly budget. You see Aetna Finance has a new Good-Life-Now money lending plan. And it could provide you with hundreds or even thousands of dollars for the good life now but still within your present monthly budget. Find out how your career as an officer or NCO is all the collateral you need to enjoy the good life now. Call Aetna Finance today for a free copy of ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Friday August 3 0 1974 Signal Bn shows ladies The 57th Signal Battalion (C) sponsored a “Ladies Day” (Mi Aug. 16 in conjunction with the battalion’s August field training exercise. The day was held in hope of promoting a better understanding of the battalion’s mission and how it operated in the field. Upon arrival at the field site at West Ft. Hood the guests were given a tour of the area and were briefed on the func- tion and operation of equip- ment by the various platoon leaders. After the tour the guests lunched in the field dining facility. In the afternoon the ladies returned to the battalion area for a briefing by Lt. Col. Wil- liam Kromer battalion com- mander on the present mis- sion and projected activities. The ladies also viewed a video tape of the 57th Signal Bat- talion and its role during Gal- lant Hand 73. The ladies expressed their thanks to the officers and men forth ir ork and con- sideration and said they left the a tta lio ith more knowledge and abetter under- s...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Page Six-B s.-xr~ MNfcCvx 1 ffey/- Mcji ARE You?. FOURTH a IF AWWONAL RIGHT AND UP~Topbn S ECONP RANKONE STEP FoRWARP Two ranks axe RAHK TAKES FoOR. STEPS BACK HARP.1 It/S SIXTH RAHK TAKES SIX STEFS BACKWARD. A vv steps back a PRESENT 7 He F/fn/ FORT HOOD SENTINEL. FORT HOOD. TEXAS I 00 0000 0 0 0 STEPS IT6 IdORKlNvi W arp/ THTRP IP N /KNOW lf/A a a No YouR /JRiMS FbR Be ill lose Ra FIRST RANJC W SlEPs foRWARD Rfttse OR AU6NMENT. A CoMNANP W it/TERVAL given- if eepe a & another story FM RZ-S (m :Non Friday August 30. 1974 T0

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Friday August 30. 1974 Unit keeps lines open Amid the white caliche mud the misting rain sitting 1172 feet above the ground an average GI waits in a com- munications van on top of a duece and a half on top of a mountain. The 16th Sig. Bn is in the field again. Although a great per cent of Ft. Hood personnel spend most of their time out in the field it never becomes a daily routine. Surroundings change objec- tives a personnel change weather changes. Always the work is not the easiest and rarely is it com- fortable but then it’s an everyday part of life in the army. The 16th Sig. Bn’s job is ro id in re a om- a an munications is vital in a com- bat situation. Without reliable radio contact units separated by enemy forces or rough ter- rain cannot call for support or a a a Therefore it is necessary that the men responsible for com- munications be able to fulfill their jobs and perform their duties proficiently. Without proper training in the field men attached to the 16th Sig. Bn. cou...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Page Eight-B Bruce Lee’s Last Movie Bruce Lee’s last movie writ- ten and directed before he died will take to the screen in Oc- tpber. This action packed film has more martial arts act on “than E nter the Dragon”. “Return of the Dragon” will be showing at Theater no. 1 Sep- ‘tembery 8-10 Theater no. 3 Sept. 11-13 a a lm Theater no. 4 Sept. 15-17. The increased admission for this movie is $1 for adults and 50 cents for children. For more information call 685-6542. All Night Bowling 1' Bowlers Green has all night bowling from Fri. to midnight Sun. Winter leagues for men w.la3ies and mixed will be star- ting the last week of August thru the second week of Sep- 'tefnber. Open bowling seven •days a week at Bowlers Green ^inCool Comfort. For more information call 4585-8306/2574. Golf Clinic The Dependent Youth Ac- tivities Sports sponsored a golf .clinic during the week of August 13 through August 16 4 ending with a tournament held at .Anderson Golf Course at Ft. -Hood. There were 78 boys...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Friday August 3 0 1 9 7 4 ANOTHER BREAK FOR SAFEWAY CUSTOMERS! We pledge: ONCE A CAN OR PACKAGE IS PRICE- MARKED...WE WILL NOT RAISE ITS PRICE! W in wa are farced make price lacreate caat and which arc already price-marked will be said eat ike eld price. Wkea price It lowered ell telet will be the aew lower price. Cent aed peckaget bearleg tbe termer higher price will elte be marked with the aew price. Whea caa or package tkew mere than eae price mark yea pay tke lew eit price. NOTi: Itema ea which the tlmlag et price ckeaget It ceatrelled by lew ere accepted tram tkIt policy. $ Hot Links Smok-Y-Links Armour Bacon Debbie comes to Big Mexican Sausage. Spicy! Lb. Rath Bacon Hiet.rjr*d Eckrich. 10-OZ. Armour Star 1-Lb. MiraCure Pkg. Scotch Treat Concentrate. For Vitamin ‘C! Mellorine Strawberries Bel-air Waffles Cheese Pizza (Meat Pies french Fries Pink Thing French’s ^'0I- ^ar W orcestershire Sauce 5-ox. Bottle 39y W orcestershire Sauce 10-oz. Bottle 67y Sheer Strips d^fD-AID (te Band...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Page Ten-B Flight program tops The Career Pilot Technology Department at Central Texas College in Killeen will begin its eighth year of operation with the Fall Semester 1974. The fall Semester begins on Sep- tember. 3. Growth and expan- sion on a qualitative as well as quantative basis have charac- terized the development of the Department. The training fleet which is based at the Killeen Municipal Airport has increased from (jpur airplanes to a current total of ten modern well- oquipped airplanes including six Cessna 150’s one Cessna New classes in beginning typing will begin September 16 and will meet two hours per day Monday through Friday for nine weeks. Two classes will be conducted at 7:30 to 9:30a.m. and 9:30 to 11:20a.m. Regular attendance is man- datory in order to attain satisfactory speed and ac- curacy in typing. 172 one Cherokee 180. one Beechcraft Sierra and the multi-engine a Cessna 310. The Associate in Applied Science Degree is offered by Central Texas College. Sinc...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Friday August 30. 1974 tlkU I a 3 Septem be 8:43 IF lie la DD Form 175 (Stopover) 9:00 IF lig la DD Form 175 (IFRAVFR) 9:45 Helo vs Arm or in id-Intensity En- vironment 10:02 Nap of the E arth Flying 10:45 CH-47 Chinook E ergency Procedures 11:13 Chinook in the Recovery Role 1:45 105mm Gun ank M60 Intro 2:03 105m a M60 Safety Precautions 2:45 IntrotoV ehicleM 114A 3:00 IntrotoV ehicleM 113A 3:42 Disassy & Assy of the M60 5:27 Yesterday Today & Tomorrow 5:53 DATUM Book Drive 6:20 Land of the High Sky 6:40 All The Difference 7:27 Doing reat Things 7:41 Before the E ergency 8:06 rM agoo’s N oah's Ark Writaesdny 4 Septem ber 8:44 O perating & Safety Procedures for 1 155mm How S.P. 109 The fisherm an the farmer and the bathing beauty have something in common the danger of skin cancer from prolonged over-exposure to the sun. “It’s that tim of year when we must remind people to use sense in the sun to avoid over- exposure which can cause skin cancer. Cancer of the skin is diagn...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Page Twelve-B LOOKS ABOUT A QUART LOW Pfc Constance Ruth the first woman to enter bus driver training for the 13th Spt. Bde. checks the works in preparation to make a short run. Pfc Ruth armorer for the 21st Ml 304 Cove Terrace 547-2976 Repl. Det. volunteered for the additional duties as bus driver because she just plain loves to drive. (U.S. Army Photo by D. James Steele) he Weekend Is Hb MAMMOTH 1 Table of Doubi. .nits Reg. to *5.98........................ SALE 1 Table of Assorted Fabrics Don't Miss This! 100% Polyester Double Knit (Dressmaker Length) First Quality Super Deluxe NEW HOME Sewing Machine Reg. *429.95 FOR ONLY *214.95 Special Group LACE.................. (Reg. to *1.69)...... ‘Fabrics of Polyester Coil ZIPPERS in Each....................................... ....................................................................Each Mercerized Cotton THREAD £j\ (325 Yds.) ...........................................................S ll^ 1 Table Assorted TRIMS 0 ftc Bus driv...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Friday August 30. 1974 t.v (H ercurH MC CULLOCK COUNTY M/HERE in Th' 16 By ROY D. HOLT The free and loose use of the term entral Texas is often downright confusing to us natives.” W hat must it do to those who com to Fort Hood fro th ate a to tourists? Even the old reliable Texas A lm anac published annually in 1857 a th ro a jj slider” to one who reads about i.th 254 tie enclosed I) within the sinuous borders of Texas. or exam ple this ex- cellent publication has Coryell ounty tw a rd th ro Taylor and unnels Counties (A bilene a allin er) in tra a A stin to W axahachie in Central Texas Waco in E ast Central Texas San arcos in South Central allas in N worth Central and San Angelo in West Central Texas. Then com the division [of other counties into West South E a stand North Texas. Now consider these facts Waco Brow nwood and Brady all ad ertise ra th widely as being ‘The eart of ex as a A tin eo rg eto em le ille opperas Cove and W aco all have coun- tless business firm under the na...

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

Page Fourteen-B BUSINESS SERVICES Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV ra N ew 19 inch rta le ith Built-in A ten a ented by th ay W eek onth. Com by a ake S le tio O a Stock. nthly entals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 W est an cier A ve. ille ............................................. 634-4742 (tfn Furn. Upholstery 046 7 IE E LIV IN room su it $199.95 iscount rn itu re 315 N worth 8th 634-0323 (tfn Air Con. Heating 050 A IE A IR CO N ITIO N ERS 24000-130000 36000 42000 48000 $550 to $900 IN STALLED No money Down on A pproved red it KEN’S TV 547-2639 GEORGE’S AIR CONDITIONING -H E A IN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E S prott illeen EXPERT LAW N MOWER TILLER & MINI-BIKE REPAIR arts in Stock McQ REPAIR SHOP 912 W. HWY. 190 634-3224 Misc. Services 063 I LOOKING FOR AN OPPORTUNITY TO *QW N YOUR O W N BUSINESS? IN E S IG A E E W E S E N AUTO ASSOCIATE STO RE PLA N O ur su ccessfu ealer am ily bers er 4000. W E S E N A O E S O S E E E LO CA TIO N PLA N O S O E A IN S O SE E S STOCK A SSISTS W ITH GR...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Friday August 30. 1974 “JUMP? YOU’VE GOT TO BE KID- DING!!” Included in a tour of the 2nd Armd. Div. by a group of Cincinnati Ohio high school counselors was the oppor- tunity to climb on some of the Army’s latest equipment. One counselor Betty ’s commissioned officer in the 2nd Armd. Div. qualified to fly military airplanes and he does it without ever taking his feet off the ground. According to Sfc. Gerald McCluney 2nd Bn. 5th ADA 2nd Armd. Div. his spirits soar as high as his plane during every flight. McCluney a miniature radio co tro lled a a ta rg (MINIRCAT) pilot for the 2/5th ADA is happy in his work. McCluney said I like doing this work extrememly well. It’s every an’s dream to make his hobby his job and that’s just what I ’m doing.” The purpose of the radio con- trolled model air planes is to simulate enemy aircraft to give Vulcan and Chapparal gunners targets to shoot at. The plane is operated on the ground by a radio control. Mc- Cluney explained that once the plane’s en...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Page Sixteen-B 1 1035 Jasper Killeen Open Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Open Sunday 9 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Selected Group Boys Jliirts Asst. Styles Sizes & Colors Values to 4.99 Vi Off of Reg. Gibson Price l/2 Mens Various Western Styles Vi Off of Reg. Gibsons Price Reg. Price Straw Hats Vs Asst. Glasswa Asst. Pieces of Ceramics & Various Novelty & Gift Glassware Vi Off of Reg. Gibson Price 4 Specials Listed Below Good 6 p.m. ill 12 p.m. These Specials Good 10 p.m til 12 midnight O nly Ladies Polyester Lj Top Quality Pants In Various Patterns and Sizes 8.99 Values HANDBAG KITS Big Selection of Styles 6.99 Values Ladies C...J 2 All Polyester In Asst. Styles Sizes and Colors 12.00 9 Values 3.99 Values O ff Ba A ic a 525 E. Hwy. 190 Harker Heights Open 7 Days A Week 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. 3206 E. Hwy. 190 Killeen Open Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Closed Sunday f.*ens ^idii J’S Permanent Press Polyester and Cotton Short Sleeve Shirts Full Range of Sizes Asst. Colors All a Twins Fulls Queen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 September 1974

VI ■y 4 (o /6 ill (F O I ll a General Creighton W. Abrams Jr. dies9 Memorial Service today at Prichard Stadium VOL. 33 NO. 26 Hi Ya eavens hit Hood By DENYS B. FRITCH An 11.32 inch three-day deluge of rain swept across Ft. Hood and the surrounding civilian communities last week. The heavy rains caused one death left many Army families temporarily homeless disrupted field training and dumped coats of mud across roads walkways and low lying previously parched fields. Roads along the western edge of the main post were temporarily closed due to high water. A spokesman from the III Corps and Ft. Hood Emergency Operations Center reported the West Range Road Turkey Run Road and the Old Copperas Cove Road closed with high water run- ning through the low water crossings. The office also reported Clear Creek Road as being closed. The Emergency Operations Center spokesman men- tioned that no reports of flooding or water in buildings on Ft. Hood had been reported. Reports of high water and floo...

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

Page Two-A By S. McClendon Up with sk irts!....Now that I have your attention I ^should clarify that opening statement by saying Up with ~skirt hemlines. But even that is misleading when what I ^really want to say is “Hold that line” on skirt lengths Anyone who has opened a newspaper recently can ob- ^serve two things. One that our country has been going ^'through so a s both litic ally an ^economically. Two the fashion designers are at it again ^hard at work trying to make last year’s wardrobe ob- jsolete. What do these two conditions have in common? 'Economists assure us that there is a very real and ^definite connection between the state of the nation’s ^economy and the length of women’s skirts. When hemlines go up so does the Dow Jones industrial •average. When hemlines sag moodily about mid-calf the "economy of the nation likewise plunges. This might lead one to believe that it could all be as simple a thing as the state of the country’s morale that decides the financial stabil...

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