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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 September 1974

Friday September 6 1974 Tammy in need of help The name of Tammy Easley may now be well known in the Central Texas area because “Dollars for Tammy” a cam- paign to help the 12-year-old native of Temple with her bout against spinal meningitis has become one of the main con- cerns among many Ft. Hood organizations. The daughter of Mr. Pat Easley Tammy’s first case of spinal meningitis was confir- med two weeks after birth. Since that time she has suf- fered more than 20 attacks her latest coming two weeks ago putting her in a coma for nine days. Realizing her need for help many units and organizations at Ft. Hood have responded with numerous cash and blood donations. One such unit to do so was the 1st Bn. 7th Cav. Since August 26 98 troopers of the 1/7th Cav out of 117 were able to donate a pint of blood. Each donation credited Tam- my’s account with $30 regar- dless of type. In addition to the blood which amounted to $2940 those who couldn’t give A Veterans Administration publication ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 September 1974

Page Four-A ATU classes in Waco A erican Technological University is offering two ad- vanced courses in business and education on the Texas State Technical Institute campus beginning ith the all Semester on September 5. These courses are part of a cooperative program with TSTI designed so that students ■may complete work toward a bachelor’s degree from ATU while ro lle a TSTI. However the classes are open to any student whether enrol- led at TSTI or not and may be counted as residence credit .to ard any ATU degree program. a a ro ra available in Waco are the ac lo of S ie in Technology achelor of Science in O ccupational -E ducation a lo of Science in General Studies and Bachelor of Science in iGeneral Business. The former two programs are especially appropriate for the person who has ex tensiv vocational training and experience the General Studies program is for the person who has a wide- range of academic study or work experience not falling into a a rtic la field of specializatio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 September 1974

1 Friday September 6 1974 .asS Strawberries Lucerne. Safeway Special! Pimiento Cheese Magic Garden. Sliced. It's Shortcake Time! 10-oz. Pkgs. Crescent Rolls Mrs. Wright's. Ready to Bake! Dinnertime Treat! Chunk Tuna Margarine Tangy Mustard Vienna Sausage Iodized Salt English Muffins Bavarian Rye lucerne Ctn. Chocolate Milk Corn Tortillas lucerne Ctn. 1 9 lucerne S A IN E S S FL A W A E THIS IS THE NEW CONCEPT OF STAINLESS Heavy handsom e worthy of a place beside your finest china. All the beauty of design the careful craftsmanship once reserved for sterling alone. Now in stainless that needs no upkeep no polishing. Vegetables Birds Eye. Frozen 10-oz. |a 2-ox. a Mrs. 12-os. W rlaht's Mia. Bread. Skylark LeoT' Chips 3 ft —8-OI. Ctn. 65* 48* Breakfast Gems Fresh Eggs Grade ’A' Medium —Dei. Nestea /Z International Style. Pkg. ^lestea Lemon Flavor Brace Cream 96* GdstoVtvm Safeway Special! Slender Liquid Slender calories225 Shop and Save With These Money-Saving ValvesI Van Camp's. Light ...

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

Page Six-A Screener scuttles slackers prudence patience please Since the initiation of the new screening program at Darnall Army Hospital’s Emergency Room the actual number of the patients treated has been reduced by a major degree. As stated in a guest editorial by 1st Lt. Richard Stacy DAH Adjutant a few weeks ago runny noses and sore throats are hardly considered emergencies. Too it might be noted while the individual with only a minor illness is occupying position number 32 in line number 33 might be suffering from symptoms that would place him in the highest of high risk categories when ap- plying for life insurance. If we might resort to fiction visualize if you will what might happen if every manner of affliction were to be treated on an equal basis in the emergency room. The first patient in line is suffering from a painful at- tack of hangnail on his left great toe. The pain is so in- tense that he is forced to wear his mother-in-law’s fancy laced house slippers to keep his...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 September 1974

Friday September 6 1974 FIRE! Men of “B” Btry. 1st Bn. 92nd FA 2nd Armd. Div. show their worth on the field as they prepare to fire the MHO 8-inch howitzer. “Hands on” training is used whereby the trainees do the actual LOCK AND LOAD Loading the M110 Howitzer can be a delicate situation. With professional training and close supervision the trainees are given a chance to Photos by Ivan Foster 311 Immanuel 'wedriesdoLf 6 to 10p.m. Jtfwrsdou 6 to to p.m. frU fau 6 to irp.m Saturday 6 to 11 jj.n sundhif 11:30 toj):30j.m. luncfieons 11.30 to 1:30p.m. Wednesday thru Saturday CHURCHof KILLEEN 1104 NORTH 4TH Marvin Koenig Pastor 634-2772 634-2828 of free home Church:10:45a.m.~ SS:9 30am. thefroq mexican and french cuisine om afiaBeeJ cast tfurd lampasas reservations 512.-556-2330 live Music Friday & Saturday Nights s* 4 preparation and firing of the weapon themselves. The M110 howitzer has a maximum range of 16800 meters. load as well as fire the 8” howitzer. Expert training is one reas...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 September 1974

age E ight-A i-v-*:*** & 61 A NEW WELCOME AND AN OLD ONE As members of “D” Btry. 2nd Bn. 5th ADA 2nd Armd. Div. arrived at Ft. Bliss’s Mac Gregor Range they were greeted by the “Welcome to New Mexico” sign. Although FT. Bliss is located in Texas its range is located on the other side la 3** j*%&■■■-■$ if* REV. BENT OUT OF SHAPE Not the jeep but Spec. 4 James A. Dolan as he has just recieved a letter of ap- preciation from the Commanding General of Ft. Bliss Maj. Gen. C. J. Le Van. It seems that Dolan jeep driver for Lt. Col. John D. Shelter commander of the 2/5th ADA 2nd Armd. Div. was checking out his jeep when IN THE MORNING’S STILLNESS Pvt. 2 James L. Smith “D” Btry. 2nd Bn. 5th ADA 2nd Armd. Div. rises before the sun to check out the seating of the Chap- W S A Schedule of Services S PAU CLARK S rV S First Assembly of God 3 0 0 N. 3 8th St. Killeen I Study 6 3 4 -6 7 6 7 arsonage 6 3 4 -0 8 3 1 'Sunday S 'h ".............. 9:45 a.m morning W rs ip ....................... ...

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

Friday September 6 1974 HOI 2nd Bn. 66th Armor The officers’ wives of 2nd Bn. 66th Armor held their monthly coffee August 15 by the pool of a local apartment complex. Hostesses for the coffee were Mrs. George Tom and Mrs. Charles Franklin. Mrs. Richard L. Feeny wife of the battalion commander conducted a business meeting and welcomed to the group: Mrs. George O’Kelly Mrs. Robert Mitchell Mrs. Robert McBride and rs. Robert Cates. The group bid farewell to Mrs. Curtiss Judd and presen- ted her with a silver gift. September 24 marks the ninth anniversary of the 13th Spt. Bde.’s activation here in 1965. The Sept. 20 issue of the Ft. Hood Sentinel will feature the Brigade its history and mission accomplishments. The Brigade started the month of September with a training holiday Tuesday. All brigadiers were given the free day by commander Col. Chris W. Stevens. Brigade headquarters of- ficers’ ladies August 23 held their monthly coffee in the home of Mrs. Joyce L. Wray. Mrs. Chris W. Stev...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 September 1974

Page Ten-A a a a -■it That risk is check kiting a term used in banking circles to describe the act of writing checks then rushing to the bank to make a deposit before those checks clear the bank. iitttikpttuk ttttteLifc $+1* t* $» i* t* *'& *?}* t- i- A-4-f iitU t” The risk is incalculable. Yet people who hardly would consider them selves gamblers take it every day especially around payday. It could mean prosecution in a civil court or a military cour- t-martial. It can damage a military are stam a stigma upon an otherwise promising individual. Each year the Army and Air rce E a S erv ice (AAFES) is drained of funds that surpass one million dol- lars by those who pass bad checks at the exchange. Of that staggering amount hun- dreds of thousands of dollars represent expenses associated ONE FOR THE ROAD It’s time for a coffee break for SSG. Curtis Parker l/41st (Mech) Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. and Mrs. June Danker of the Killeen Jayceet- tes is happy to oblidge with a hot cup. The SCHOO...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 September 1974

Friday September 6 1974 1 «•.* TWO TOUGH AGGIES Ed Simonini (77) and Pat Thomas (28) were two big reasons the Texas A&M Ag- gies led the Southwest Conference in defensive last $fHE BIG PLAY Texas Tech players celebrate an iearly touchdown in a game against the Texas Longhorns last year. In ‘73 the Red Raiders compiled «r „.V V* j. WILL HE RUN Texas is predicted to for the seventh straight year. A year ago 1-American fullback Roosevelt Leaks win the SWC crown by most sports writers the Longhorns did it on the strength of Al- (46). This year Leaks is suspect—he’s ilttfiiiinMMMlfe year. Simonini a pre-season All-American is a linebacker and Thomas also of all-star caliber is a defensive back. an 11-1 record which included a Gator Bowl victory over Tennessee. They’re looking for even more celebrations in 1974. FORT HOOD SENTINEL. FORT HOOD. TEXAS What do the Texas Longhorns Houston Cougars Arkansas Razorbacks and Texas A&M Aggies have in common? First they’re all members of the ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 September 1974

'Page Two-B ■s 5S SPORTS You don’t say By Jerry “Porker” Reed Let’s listen in on one of America’s favorite panel shows: “Now here’s the host of “What’s My Line” John Charles Dailey” (applause). John Charles Dailey: “Thank you now for our first contestant. Enter and sign in please.” Contestant: (signing blackboard) D-U-A-N-E T-H-O- M-A-S (applause). John Charles Dailey: “Panel I can tell you that Mr. Thomas is presently living in Washington D.C. He’s worked in Dallas and in Foxsboro Mass. He performs with a group and he’s very talented. We’ll start the questioning with you Kitty.” Kitty Carlisle: “Are you planning to live in Washing- ton D.C. fora while?” Duane Thomas: John Charles Dailey: “One down three to go Miss Francis.” Arlene Francis: “Have you been working at your job very long?” Duane Thomas: John Charles Dailey: “Two down two to go SOUNDS THE SAME It sounds just like the old days—nothing has changed. People are still asking questions and Duane Thomas isn’t saying a word. Yo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 September 1974

Friday. Septem ber 6 1974 By ANITA ASHBAUGH Women of the 2nd Armd. Div. now is the time to try on your gym shorts and wash it a Recreation Services of the 2nd Armd. Div. is preparing to al- low women into Burba Gym. With the arrival of Joyce Cooper HHC 2nd Armd. Div. as a ember of Recreation Services at Burba Gym the men there have been pressed into planning for other WAC’s to follow. Until I walked through the doors there had never been any women in Burba Gym” Cooper said. Cooper cam to Ft. Hood through the unit of choice op- tion and was informed she would be paving the way for girls’ to use the gym ’s equip- ment. Presently the gym is only open to men because of the lack of separate facilities for women. Having only one large locker room doesn’t easily fit into a plan for a co-ed gym. Cooper hopes to have the gym open two evenings a week for women to work out. “Men would not be allowed in the National Football League meet the “Mad Bom ber.” a t’s ha the allas Cowboy players calle...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 September 1974

Page Four-B CHANGE COMMAND A W a In a recent 13th Spt. Bde. A wards and etirem en erem ony fo tir received Army Commendation a A O for meritorious service. The awards presented in the Asst. Chief of Staff Security Plans and Operations con- ference room by Brigade Com- mander Col. Chris W. Stevens were received by CWO 3 Joseph W. Strychalski CWO 2 Elvin D. Johnson Sfc Calvin E. Stewart and SSG James Jackson. CWO .3 S trych alsk i the recipient of the Bronze Star during his career retired after 21 years of active federal ser- vice. CWO 2 Johnson retiring after 22 years of active federal service has also received the Bronze Star Medal during his career. Sfc Stewart receiving the ARCOM with the third oak leaf cluster retires after 20 years of federal service along with SSG Jackson retiring af- ter 21 years of active federal service during which he received any awards in- eluding the ARCOM. Other awards presented at the ceremony include the Meritorious Service Medal received by CWO 3 Alb...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 September 1974

1 Friday September 6 1974 fo. .'t( You will find the triple deck deny cases puttng your favorrte food at a convenient level...plus additional space gwng you a wider selection variety and greater quality on foods you and your famiy wil enjoy. DISCOUNT HEALTH & E A AIDS CLOSE-UP 4 A O TOOTHPASTE &» 0 O ANTISEPTIC LISTERINE BAYER ASPIRIN JOHNSON'S BABY SHAMPOO list I7S tO oz. EH. List too d. btL List ln 7 oz. EH. PURE SHORTENING a PLEDGE Johnsons 14 oz. can 49 I 29 AIR FRESHENER 2 Johnson's Glade 7 oz. A A OO LADY SCOTT FACIAL TISSUE GIFTS COME FASTER WITH S&H GREEN STAMPS BECAUSE MORE PLACES GIVE THEM. LOW PRICES PLUS SAYING STAMPS WHY SETTLE FOR LESS O O N 100 FREE S&H GREEN STAMPS With $5 Purchase And This COUPON (good only at Harker Heights Piggly Wiggly) PAPER TOWELS PICK 0 PACK Hash Brown at Cmltle Cut POTATOES 2 WHIPPING TOPPING 2 S tim ll Blackberry PIZZAS ig ig HERE TO SERVE VOU DURING THIS CELEBRATION WEEK CELEBRATION FROZEN FOOD DEPT. SPECIALS I661Y WIGGLY O ...

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

Page Six-B W Monday 9 Septem her 8:45 isassy & A ssy of .50 Cal /G 9:45 In tro to W heeled & ra ehicles 10:44 oresighting & ero in (G eneral 10:53 resig tin & ro in the M60A1 Tank 1:45 uties of th rw a rd O bserver 2:44 High A ngle ir 3:08 arrel & re 109 3:42 a & E lo rm a /R ssia Arty 5:30 DATUM Book rive 5:57 Je sse O ens turn to erlin 6:38 You'll ove a a ic a 7:27 Sun & our Skin 7:53 Skiing a ity 8:15 ive his ay Tuesday 18 September 8:42 elephone S et A -312/P 9:11 ele S t A -312/P ircuit S elector Sw itch 9:45 le fi ole lim bing Tech 10:08 In tro to A N/M GC-17 10:14 Opn of In te rc S et AN/VIC-1 10:45 Intro to le ty rite r 1 1 1 :0 0 I to a in a AN/MSC-29 1:40 In tro to ap ead in 2:45 iv ro ssin O ratio 3:45 ire re tio 5:27 amen t-C ro let S ports Dept 5:55 The Body ild rs 6:20 orizons limited TOP OF HER CLASS rivate irst Class N ancy avid HHC 502nd S&T finished her training as a supply clerk and was named honor graduate of that cycle. Despite th...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 September 1974

Friday September 6 1974 JEFFEREY couldn’t believe his lens when he discovered Iris staring back at him during a trek through the boonies over the Labor Day weekend. The lovely young lass was doing her bit to beautify America by establishing her position Tower to speak at AUSA The Central Texas-Ft. Hood Chapter of the Association of the U.S. Army (AUSA) will hear Senator John G. Tower senior senator from Texas at their Sept. 20 meeting at the Mini-Dome on Ft. Hood. The meeting will begin with asocial hour at 6 p.m. fol- lowed by dinner a short business meeting and Sen. Tower’s address. Tickets for the event are sel- ling for $3 and may be pur- ch a se a Fi Sergeant Sergeant Major or AUSA member. The local chapter of AUSA has a current membership of 4274 with a goal of 6000. AUSA an prospective members are en- couraged to attend. REfbRT ALL S EYE CATCHER ssiii* 8® among the natural surroundings of the Central exas woodlands. Jefferey professed to have taken a greater interest in ecolo...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 September 1974

Page Eight-B BUSINESS SERVICES Radio/ TV Service__ 044 EN A TV Brand New 19 inch ortable ith Built-in Antena. Rented by the Day Week cfr Month. Come bv and ake our S le tio from O ur a rg Stock. monthly Renta Is $10 to $15. A O N RENTS 517 West Rancier Awe. illeen ..........................................634-4742 _____________________________(tfrO Furn. Upholstery 046 7 PIECE LIVING room suit $199.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323 (tfn) Air Con. Heating 050 CARRIER AIR CONDITIONERS 24000 30000 36000 42000 48000 $550 to $900 INSTALLED No Money Down on Approved Credit E N ’S TV 547-2639 _____________________________(tfrO GEORGES AIR O N IT IO N IN -H E A IN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Lawn Mower Rep. 060 EXPERT A W N OW ER TILLER & INI-BIKE REPAIR Parts in Stock cQ REPAIR SH O 912 W. HWY. 190 634-3224 Misc. Services 063 LOO KING FOR AN O PPO RTUN ITY TO O W N YOUR O W N BUSINESS? IN E S IG A E TH E W E ST E N AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE PLAN. Our successful Dealer F...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 September 1974

*4 Friday September 6 1974 A call fo a sista reaching from Clovis N. M. to Ft. Hood was answered swif- tly last weekend despite the Labor Day holidays. “We were contacted Satur- day morning at about 9 a.m.” states Lt. Col. J. C. Droke transportation officer “and asked for assistance by the Santa Fe ail oad.” A derailm ent on the line at Clovis required heavy duty flat cars and rail road had none immediately available. Country sin Johnny Rodriguez will be on hand for two shows tom orrow. The young exas ativ who gained fame with such hits as “Pass Me By” and “Your Village helps in MD Drive Comanche Village residents donated $99.76 Monday to the muscular dystrophy television drive a rd in to Mrs. Gilbert White one of two Army wives collecting funds for the drive. According to Mrs. White she and Mrs. Shelby Michell. both of Comanche Village spent four hours Labor Day collec- ting donations. The nearly one hundred dollars collected had been sent to the nationally televised campaign throu...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 September 1974

Page Ten-B “I’m listening to my watermelon” my boy told me when I asked what he was doing on all fours in the garden the other day. “Listening to your watermelon?” I tried not to sound too incredulous. “Yes.” “You can’t listen to watermelons.” “When Cain was little he listened to crickets and gras- shoppers that weren’t making any noise. So I can listen to my watermelon. I’d forgotten those flashbacks from “Kung Fu” but he hadn’t. “What’s your watermelon saying?” I asked trying hard to play his game. “Nothing I think it’s asleep.” He bent back over intent in his concentration. And in the blissful ignorance that is part of childhood he por- trayed the essence of what is becoming a lost art listening. Listening the purposeful sensitivity to another. Of the two most familiar elements in communication listening is both the more difficult and the more un- derestimated in importance. It’s the second element speaking which gets the lion’s share of attention because it’s through speaking (a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 13 September 1974

1 VOL. 33 NO. 27 FORT HOOD SENTINEL “PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD’- 'N FORT HOOD FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13. 1974 First Cavalry in the saddle for 53 years “Published by Community E nterprises Incorporated a private firm in no way connected with the epartm ent of the Arm y. Opinions expressed by writers herein are their own and are not to be considered an official expression of the epartm ent of the Army. The ap-»earance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement by the epartm ent of the products or services advertised. & 3 28 Pages

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 13 September 1974

Page Two-A Gunner. HEAT. Moving tank. The enem tan hull is silhouetted aganist the bright !sand and pitches predictably in the grooves ade by the tanks ahead. “Identified.” “Up.” “F ire!” “Onthe ay.” I CRAACK!!! ‘Target Cease fire It’s a direct hit and the tank rolls over then starts moving bumpily back into the groove. Now wait a minute. Tanks which take direct hits don’t just start dragging themselves along in the sand...and cer- tainly not sideways...do they? It’s entirely possible when those tanks are miniature targets on the 1st Cav. Div.’s Mini-tank Range. The irst eam ’s newest The 142nd Signal Battalion has no nickname. Consequen- tly the personnel of the bat- talion are conducting a search for the most appropriate title to confer upon the unit. According to Lt. Col. Gene A. Venzke Battalion Comman- der the lack of a nickname was brought to his attention by 1st Lt. John Boden of the 2nd Armd. Div. Information office. “I was told that when Lt. Gen. Allen Burdett Commander of ...

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