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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Friday September 20 1974 SPORTS The “Turnaround air” By JERRY “PORKER” REED It was over a year ago that I frist saw them play. At the time I wasn’t very impressed in fact I was somewhat disappointed. I refer to my first close-up look at Jim Bibby and Ferguson Jenkins. I got my first look at Bibby in St. Louis. I was in town for the Cardinal-Astro game. I’d heard that the then 28- year-old rookie had a blazing fastball comparable to that of Nolan yan’s. However on that day it never materialized. Bibby at that time was a relief pitcher but he didn’t do much in the Houston game. Frankly I had expected to read in next morning’s paper that the Cards had given him a bus ticket back to their AAA farm club Tulsa. That didn’t happen but it wasn’t too long after that unimpressive appearance that Bibby was on another bus heading straight to Arlington Texas. History has proven that was the best trip he’s ever taken. Bibby arrived in mid-June and quckly established him- self as a starter. At sea...

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

Page Four-B By Anne Maclennan THE JOURNAL J*: Aug. 11974 A small but growing and tenacious body of scientists and doctors insists there is strong evidence that cannabis is not only a hazard to health but may be more dangerous ***than some so-called hard drugs according to an article by Anne MacLennan published I** in the Toronto JOURNAL. !£|. Attached as incompetent J*** the article continued mem- w*.bers of the group are also qP frequently accused of being opposed to the drug as a “moral evil” and therefore reju iced or of being politically motivated. Announcing hearings of the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Internal Security devoted rim a rily to discussing medical research on cannabis ’f T’ Sen. James Eastland spoke of a “strange im balance” in lis in fo a tio available to the public. It had left “most intelligent people” under the impression that the bulk of the scientific com- munity looks upon marijuana -a* rs of ilita . reserve organizations in- eluding National Guardsmen M* are...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Friday September 20 1974 4 Dialogue9 scheduled Dialogue the first of an un- scheduled series of local inter- views will be broadcast by Ft. ’s it television facilities (channel 9) next Friday at 11 a.m. The first program a 20 minute interview will host Mr. Dan Manfull executive vice president of the Greater Kil- leen Chamber of Commerce. During the program Manfull will discuss the function ob- jectives and responsibilities of his organization. Manfull will be explaining the relationship between the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce and the businesses and consumers within this area. Dialogue is designed to acquaint the military com- munity with civic leaders and organizations in the Killeen area. Aspects of consumer and local business practices will be is in other programs. S O N E Slow niiiiiiNiiuiiiiiiim iim utuiim iHiiitij We Have SAXON TIRES For Your BUGGY TOO BIG MAC TIRE CO. 1 "Where You Get The Best For Less" Harker Heights 699-6262 SAXON WIDE OVALS iN im ilW tltllllltlllHm ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Page Six-B Recreation Services activities Dinner Theater The Ft. Hood Community Theater and the Hideaway Club join together once again on October 2 34 and 5 to bring Dinner Theater to the Killeen- Fort Hood area. Their latest production is Broadway Hit MARY MARY by Jean Kerr. It will be performed at the' Hideaway Club on 37th Street Fort Hood. The plot of the show con- cerns a recently divorced 'couple Bob and Mary who are meeting in order to clarify Bob’s tax situation prior to his remarriage. The old romance ark an th rn a re frustratingly as the action con- tinues complicated by Oscar Bob’s tax law yer Dick a movie star who is wowed by Mary and Tiffany Bob’s bride to be. All personnel both civilian and military are invited to at- tend what could very well be the best Dinner Theater yet produced at Fort Hood. On the nights of the production buffet sytle dinner will be served starting at 6:30 p.m. with cur- tain time following at 8 p.m. Tickets are available from the Fort Hood Comm...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Friday September 20 1974 MINUTE MAID Throughout the store yaul discover famous brands you know end trust. jd becked by the PIGGLY WIGGLY guarantee of quality you can depend on. Come in end shop around today. Whde you ere at PIGGLY WIGGLY stock up with a cartfud of extra bargains of this weeks specials. ENRICHED FLOUR purchase yi LADY SCOT 2 PLY CLEANSING TISSUE SEGO LIQUID LADY ALICE MEUORINE DIET FOOD BANQUET Except Beef PIGGLY WIGGLY PINK JB $ I ORANGE JUICE POTATOES. PIGGLY WIGGLY weekly 8 until tor your shopping convience. DEODORANT SPRAY SECRET 200 ct. box FROZEN FOOD DEPARTMENT SPECIALS PINNERS 39) liMONAPE .... 9.. SAVE! PIGGLY WIGGLY WHOLE NEW ARMOURS TREET LUNCHEON MEAT Jelly & Preserve 18 02. TABLETS Osf t\* POUPENT SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING 49 10 oz. cans Double fi&H Green Stamps every Wednesday rtfi^250or more purchase FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS OPENING SALE PRICED List 9 7 oz. can JL 1 6 02. can 49 12 02. KRAFT TOMATO WfTH Towie 10 02. can DEL MONTE CATSUP ja...

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

Page Eight-B Monday 23 September 8:44 O perating & Safety Procedures for 155mm Howitzer S .P . 109 9:00 Firing attery erm 9:40 Construction of Firing Charts 10:06Em pl& O pnsof MPQ4A adar 10:45Orgn of FDC & Duties of Personnel 1:42 Tac Radio Teletype 1 2:45 Tac Radio Teletype 2 3:08 Veh Installation of FM Radio Equip 3:45 Intro to Radio Set 4:06 X-Mode Installation 5:27 Encounter a Ford 5:55TheWay I Do It 6:10 A Day in N ature's School 6:35 The ark W waters Story 11 7:27 A Storm A Strife 7:55 Green Scene No. 4 * 8 :1 1 Green Scene No. 6 Tuesday 24 September 8:45 a ta ls of ap eading- Intersect 8:51 Fund of Map Reading-G rid Mag Angle & Diagram 9:05 Fund of Map Reading-D istances 1 9:12 Fund of Map Reading-Resection 9:45 Fund of Map Reading-M marginal Info 10:01 Fund of ap Reading-M od Resection 10:05 Fund of Map Reading-Coordinates 10:43 Elevation & Relief ts. 1.2&3 11:45 Project Save-Loss of Vigilance 1:50 Patrolling: Conduct of a Patrol Sclerosis chairman n...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Friday September 20 1974 v.v.r.v.v.v.v.v. wtm A V A sra*?ra*: The 1st Bn. 92nd FA. of the 2nd Armd. Div. recently sent 30 men to Ft. Sill Okla. for a seven-week course in field ar- tillery training. Upon a a tio last Friday their battalion com- ander Lt. Col. Gustav Lydahl spoke to the group about their future as can- noneers. About their role Lydahl said “You must take the training you have now and put it to the best possible use. You’ll be required to do this on a daily basis whether in the motor pool classroom or in the field.’’ The battalion commander had reason to be proud of the graduates that returned with him. Graduating with the highest honor in the Fire Direction Computer Course was Pvt. 2 TedWakeland. “Wakeland did better than most officers do in their Basic Field Artillery Course” remarked Maj. Dan Stephenson battalion S-3. With a grade average of 95.8 Wakeland was awarded a cer- tificate as a “distinguished a a is achievement. “One reason I WHEELS I* OF TEXAS 1 was able...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Page Ten-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Personals 011 W A E E S I N E a IV O E LA ld Dial 699-6425 fore rd a 10- 11) BUSINESS SERVICES Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV rand N ew 19 inch tale ith Built-in A ntena. ented by th ay Week onth. om bv a a S le tio O a Stock. monthly en tals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 W est a ie A ve. illeen ..............................................634-4742 (tfn _______________________________________________________ Furn. Upholstery 046 •PIECE LIVING room it $199.95 -Discount rn itu re 315 N rth 8th 634-0323 (tfn) _L^________— Air Con. Heating 050 E O E ’S AIR O N I I O N I N HEATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. S ro tt illeen _______________________________JtfrO Buildg. Contract. 056 Hom Im ro Custom Built es No Jo Too a rg O S all We Do It All IG IN O TH A 'S HOM E E N E 2421 E. Hwv 190 era ove Tx 547-7581 (9-27) House Repairs 058 For All ypes Of elin We ave E ry thin To Do It W ith IG IN BO TH A 'S HOM E E N E 2421 E. Hwv 190 eras ove Tx 547-7581 (9-27) Lawn Mower Rep....

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Friday Septem ber 2 0 1974 SWAMP MUD First Lieutenant Brian Kanof drives an Army jeep through a wa mp -l ik mudhole toes the capabilities of the new Folding Sidewall Run Flat Tire. When the experimental tire is inflated it looks like any other tire but when it is deflated the sidewall folds in- ward making the tire smaller but still able to support the vehicle. On this jeep both front tires are deflated while the S NEW TIRE First Lieutenant Brian Kanof starts to drive his jeep up a hill at West Ft. Hood to test an experimental tire over rough terrain. The tire the Folding Sidewall Fun Flat Tire looks like a regular tire when inflated but when it is deflated the sidewall folds inward making the tire smaller but still able to support the vehicle. The jeep shown here Austinite to appear at Hood Elaine Ernst of the Allan- dale Baptist Church in Austin an outstanding talent in con- temporary Christian music will be appearing at Ft. Hood September 23 to 29. During her six day visit to Ft....

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Page Twelve-B Bde units to display streamers Eleven units of the 13th Spt. Bde. will be entitled to display new tr a on th ir guidons this year for receiving the III Corps Superior Unit Award. Brigade units recognized this year are Hq. & Hq. Co. 13th Spt. Bde. 13th Data Proc. Det. 153rd Stk. Control Det. 27th Fin. Co. 391st Sig. Co. 159th Ord. Det. 190th Maint. Co. along with the 528th 418th and 628th Trans. Companies. The III Corps Superior Unit Award is awarded annually by the Commanding General of III Corps to units which accor- ding to Ft. Hood Reg. 672-7 “have demonstrated outstan- ding performance during the preceding fiscal year (July 1 thru June 30).” The award consists of a cer- tificate and streamer for the unit’s color which they are en- titled to display until the awards are announced for the following year. The Superior Unit Awards were awarded through a III Corps selection board held recently which bases its recommendations on general critieria for each unit. uest ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 September 1974

VOL. 33 NO. 29 ft \j nsas I ir. a FORT HOOD SENTINEL “PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD’* FORT HOOD FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1974 Finding A Better Way “Published by Community Enterprises Incorporated a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. Opinions expressed by writers herein are their own and are not to be considered an official expression of the Department of A the Army. The ap-tearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of the products or services advertised.” 28 Pages

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 September 1974

Page Two-A ‘MAIN MAN The command switchboard "is the “hub” of the communications net- work. The switchboard includes all land- line system going to Division and also to local field phones located within the The jeep plodding down the mud-filled road as abruptly stopped by two dubious looking a a it -16s ^flashing. ’re not gang- sters but are art of a Field rain in E is (FT recently held by HHB 2nd Armd. Div. Arty. The 110 officers and men participating ere part of a three-day exercise designed to prepare the en for future •'combat situations. A lot of the men in the a tte ry are new »|md have never been in a tac- a exercise like this” ex- lain 2nd Lt. an Walling '•battery executive officer. New or not th men in- lv knew th ir business •g lasses ere given in such I(areas as erim te defense ^•chem ical io lo ic a l and -a a in el POWs weapons and safety. moving into the training brought the first wave of ‘-defense the erim te guards en ere important for /■a number of reasons. Their jn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 September 1974

Friday September 27 1974 S E /V IN I 0 6 a 0UR& Q^NT/ETBM ARtiesT. Bu He A ffei TH i£ Fl Ru in Fro 77/e j& 9EH- P£F\P S om DRIVERS... a a in VS*' 0 S i* //l IE E ARMY /Nl/APEP/tARYJLANP Ttte- BATTLE sAARPs- SEN ooP saved ifer je a Bio raph ers /b IN CoMMflNQ- euTfle fa PRoMoTEP To IT. GENERAL A TE\U PAW LDTER. l/EYTu/EEIc: tfooP (jooouPePi ALL IN ON E PACKAGE Camaro Sport Coupe Nova Coupe IF INTERESTED...In DAN STEAKLEY 3625 S. Gen. Bruce 778-4285 TEMPLE M9S UNPER a A N A Tiie R&NT/N& general charged a a pn/o troops /h 's APACHE INSURANCE AGENCY 307 W. Hwy 190 Copperas Cove Mon.-Fri 9 to 6 Sat 10-2 547-7511 547-7512 r/eape s& li/OUKPEO ReHRTEP THAT ood fa INSURANCE W Can In sure All riv rs-1 7 & up Terms Available "We Won't Scalp You' The program was conduc- ted beginning a 6 p.m. with a social hour and concluding with a dinner at the Mini Dome a Non-commissioned Officers’ Club located at Ft. Hood. More than 850 persons attended the em bership meeting. “I don...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 September 1974

'Page Fotir-A U( Nil *'V Dear Sir: I have just returned from DivArty mess hall this Sunday morning less satisfied than I would have been had I gotten inside. I ’d been away for awhile and was unaware that the mess halls had enacted a policy of denying entrance to anyone who among other things is wearing a shirt without a collar or pocket. Previously the rule had been that you could not wear a Tee- shirt intended to be worn solely under other garments i.e. a white Tee-shirt. Ap- parently this had something to do with sanitation although how wearing a Tee-shirt no shirt or even no shoes could be any less sanitary than the hor- des of flies who dine in the mess halls is beyond me. So there I was in my Mickey Mouse Tee-shirt clearly not an “under-wear” garment reading rules supposedly enac- ted for the comfort and welfare of the soldier instead of eating breakfast. When a regulation prohibits me or anyone else from getting into the mess hall because a shirt has no pocket or collar my Te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 September 1974

Friday September 27 1974 Military attaches from the N th A a re a Organization (NATO) were welcomed to the 2nd Armd. Div. Tuesday Sept. 17 as part of a four day visit to HI Corps and Ft. Hood. The representing eleven different countries et in the 2nd Armd. Div. Conference Room where they were welcomed and briefed on the Division by Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair “Hell on Wheels” cmdr. General Fair explained the re a in a of the Division touching on person- nel strength military ocr cupational specialty (MOS) qualification tests equipment on hand and serviceability of same as well as training tests. He praised the new Goer vehicle that has been in use in the Division since the latter part of 1973. General Fair also explained Division loadout operations taking the guests step-by-step from morning muster through the actual loading of equip- ment onto ralcars. He then went on to re a down Readiness Condition (RedCon) status even further by ex- plaining each phase of the operation in detail. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 September 1974

Page Six-A I I I I 1 I I I I 1 I I I I I FIR IN IR IT CW2 aw rence P. Lam pley 7th Bn 17th Cav. 1st avalry Division lain the obra’s weapons firing circ it to a visiting anadian Of- ficer rin th Air avalry om bat Choppers create interest The employment of Attack Helicopters in an anti-armor role has created interest in worldwide military cricles. Ten officers of allied nations recently isited th irst ea ’s 2nd rig a (Air Cavalry Combat Brigade or 3LCCB) to th technique as it is implemented here at Ft. Hood. The ACCB te th demonstration illustrating the technique by sending an At- tack Helicopter on an actual “com bat” mission. The 7th Bn. (ATK ) 17th Cavalry flew the visiting ob- servers on an attack mission. Included in the demonstration flight were low level Nap-of- the-Earth flying techniques a a is it an engagement of targets by the aerial missile platforms. The Allied visitors were also exposed to the effectiveness of fhe helico ter’s anti-arm or role hen th occupied ground ag r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 September 1974

^Friday September 27 1974 Brigadier General Joseph B. Starker assumed duties as As- sistant Division Commander 1st Cavalry Division Thur- sday September 26 following welcoming ceremonies con- ducted at the Division Parade Field. On hand to welcome the new assistant division commander were Major General Robert M. SHOP TONIGHT TILL 9:00 P.M. aptain's trundle bed. Lower rawer rolls out for bed or stor- ag e. $317.50 189.50 Special WEEKDAYS AND SATURDAY. S-6 MONDAY AND THURSDAY (-9 The problem may be something a teacher can’t solve. Ave. at Gray St. Downtown Killeen Starker assumes duties Shoem aker Com anding General 1st Cavalry Division Colonel Jac N. erritt division chief of staff Com- mand Sergeant Major Homer Moss ivision com and sergeant major and represen- tativ es from 1st Cavalry Division units. Starker comes to Ft. Hood from assignment as comman- der U.S. A Combat This Week's FEATURE! SOLID MAPLE 40" Chest three raw ers one door. $213.00 128.00 Special I N E I O E O A I N 817-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 September 1974

Page Eight-A us «. BUFFALO /'M & O L.P P/\INTM 6S W l( I. .V CHIEF JlSlf®8 ii®lll MAM AMP HIS HISToRV RuN 7HeY FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS them that 0 AMERICAN INDIAN DAY /B S WHO SURVIVED A 6 E S THAT THE TR/J/l OF THE /N P/AN HAP into the rohp of wh/t a /a perhaps the tem an houlp SBovi/ would a /C Ws &> a ua etter. ANP ". ffletR EARTH ANP TH b/R fHoToS/?«FW /V Pf.C. kWBRHOIS Friday September 27 19721 I star 5 SKV

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 September 1974

^Friday September 27 1974 A LITTLE TWIST IS ALL IT TAKES. Private Alvin Ikarshall 62nd Sup. & Svc. Co. adjusts the fuel flow valve on one of two pumps which regulate the flow of JRETTY MAIDS IN A ROW. Under the new system of jgapid Refueling used by members of the 62nd Sup. & ^Svc. Co. at Ft. Hood’s Mini Port as many as 18 helicop- ters can be refueled at the same time. Depending on the §3 urdett iFi osts Muncheon fmLt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett |Jr. HI Corps and Ft. Hood Commander acted as host for luncheon meeting of the Ft. ^Pood Civilian Advisory Com- Jguttee (CAC) on Wednesday jSept. 18). The group met at the Ft. £food Officer’s Open Mess. “O'The CAC membership con- sists of prominent citizens Rep re se nting local com munities. Their duties include Sdvising the III Corps and Ft. jjfrod Commander of matters lhat are of mutual interest to S t. Hood and the local com- munities. ^M r. Sid M. Wieser of Lam- pasas CAC president opened meeting then the commit- 1 |e heard a report...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 September 1974

Page Ten-A I re th firs thoughts that raced through my mind when it had been positively established that I would be id in ith a representative of the Military Police units stationed at Ft. Hood. Visions of high speed chase s to ts ith criminals of the desperate variety screaming sirens and flashing blue and red lights were all in order. Perhaps I was the victim of too many episodes of Kojac and Police Story. Regardless that was the way I though it would be. And to further compound my fears First Lieutenant Dan Aukert Executive Officer of the 502d MP Co. 2d Armd. Div. and my official escort for the night briefed me as to Today Sept. 27 1974 marks the 33d Anniversary of the Military Police Corps. The fol- lowing report from the III Corps & Ft. Hood Provost Marshal’s Office should serve to acquaint the SENTINEL readers with the units and .duties covered by MPs at Ft. Hood. Ft. Hood has more Military Police units than any other in- stallation in CONUS (Con- tinental U.S.). At the pr...

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