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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

Friday O ctober 4 1974 HELL ON Who says “life is sweeter the second time around”? Ac- cording to a certain Ft. Hood couple Spec. 5 and Mrs. (Sgt. Kathy) Ken Dietrich “We had a sweet start but this second time around is nice.” Prior to enlisting under the Army’s Stripes for Skills program the Dietrichs had a business specializing in con- fections. Guaranteed a speedy promotion with minimum time in service after completion of military basic training they “gave up the sweet life” for Army green. Proudly looking at her sergeant’s stripes fair-haired Kathy announced “Army life isn’t bad.” A keypunch super- visor of the 546th Pers. & Svc. Co.’s Admin. Machine section 1st Pers. & Admin. Bn. Hazel eyes sparkling the lady brigader (13th Spt. Bde.) said. “When you’re 28-years-old you’re glad to be exempt from daily formations and extra details which many lower enlisted women participate in. According to Kathy she and her husband a Dietary Cook at Damall Hospital turned to the military...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

Page Four-A Young species endangered by housing area hazard Once again this column will focus on the problems en- countered by children and motorists when their paths cross. However beating the message concerning children going to and from school to death is not our in- tention in this particular instance. The message this week pertains to children already at home or near their homes after school and on weekends or for that matter younger children in smaller numbers who are home throughout the day and present a hazard to motorists. The hazard to motorists we speak of is more emotional than physical emotional for the motorist physical for the children. Recently a four-year-old boy rode his bicycle down the driveway at his home in one of the post housing areas and into the street. The youth was killed when he rode into the side of a car doing about 15 miles per hour according to reports. The driver was not actually negligent or at fault but a young man was dead. The driver suffered sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

Friday October 4 1974 Walking into headquarters of 48th Med. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. last week one might have wondered at the sight of two soldiers working with two-inch stretchers made of masking tape and sticks from q-tips or 8-inch plastic ambulances. No these are not the usual tools of the 2nd Armd. Div. medics. These two men Sgt. James Jason and Spec. 4 Robert Cic- conetti have spent many hours preparing a display for the 2nd Armd. Div. Museum depicting the battalion’s war- time function. The scene shows “B” Co. of the 48th ed. Bn. in a European camp just after a heavy battle. With trees and hills in the background the medics are shown unloading wounded from jeeps and trucks and performing surgery in the surgical tent. The 40-inch by 48-inch scene is part of anew exhibit in the 2nd Armd. Div. Museum depicting the division’s par- ticipation in World Wars I and II Korea and Vietnam. Also included is a display showing warfare of the future and the final exhibit is that of 48th Med. Bn....

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

Page Six-A G-3 Mrs. Hendrikson recently was hostess to the ladies of the G-3 Section 1st Cav. Div. at a coffee to welcome Mrs. Moran to the unit. Welcomed at the same time were Mrs. Leins Mrs. Nolen Mrs. Weiss and Mrs. Jagielski. The women also bade farewell to Mrs. Monhollen and presented her with a charm and decoupaged plaque. During the business meeting Mrs. Anderson offered to take the treasury duties over from Mrs. Monhollen and Mrs. Hendrikson and Mrs. Van Home assumed the duties of hospitality and publicity chair- man respectively. The re a in of the evening was devoted to discus- sing projects for the 1st Cav. Div. Bazaar to be held in December. AG Ladies I. An arts and crafts shop in ^Killeen set the theme for the August coffee of the AG jLadies. Following a demon- stration by the owner Mrs. E. H. Williams held a business meeting at which time the Bar Roundup Killeen tour and GROUND COMBAT DIREC- TORATE Seven officers and their wives were welcomed into the Ground Combat Dir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

Friday October 4 1974 2 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. Mrs. John Walsh was the hostess of an evening coffee in her home Sept. 12 for the of- ficers’ wives of the 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. 2nd Armd. Div. Mrs. Frank Reiser and Mrs. Shep- pard W erlein were co- hostesses. Guests for the evening were Mrs. Lee Johnson whose husband is the 1st Brigade Chaplain Mrs. Larry Beale and Mrs. Spike Latimer. Mrs. John Greenway the squadron commander’s wife welcomed the following new ladies to the unit: Mrs. Jan Gray Mrs. Larry Jackson Mrs. Louis Radwanick Mrs. Robert Pomeroy Mrs. Paul LaBrie Mrs. Edward Lovejoy and Mrs. Danny Ginfer. Mrs. Greenway then discus- sed upcoming events. A squadron bake sale is “When its cold outside we’ve got the month of May. I ■‘giiess you say what can make :use feel this way.” It’s Sun ^Country the 13th Support •Brigade that makes us feel this 'way. Keeping things warm was the monthly meeting of the -•’Enlisted Wives of the 13th Spt lEide which was held at the ‘'Main NCO Cocktail Loun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

Page Eight-A By GLEN E. FESS A new program was started on Sept. 11 whereby physicians are fam iliarized with the operaions of afield unit. Under the auspices of Col. James D. Hefner MEDDAC Comman- der and Lt. Col. John P. Heilman Jr. Commander of the 15th Medical Battalion and 1st Cavalry Division Flight Surgeon two doctors are designated to spend a working day with the battalion com- wander of a 1st Cavalry maneuver battalion. The goal of the program is to give the doctors a more thorough un- derstanding of the people who is a maneuver elements. The program which is voluntary has thus far been very successful according to the doctors who have par- ticipated. Doctors previously assigned to arnall Army Hospital for two years had limited opportunities to ex- perience other phases of training at Ft. Hood. The doctors are scheduled by Col. LeRoy G. Druepple Qiief Professional Services for a given date and unit. The to to th ead arters of the 15th Medical Batta lion at the beginning of t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

Friday. October 4 1974 Veterans priority stressed A pply fo a jo im mediately after discharge at your local state employment service office” the Veterans A in is tr a tio a is veterans recently separated from the military. VA officials point out that the Department of Labor has primary resp sib ility for jobs and gives priority to veterans. State employment service offices refer veterans to available jobs or allow them to ap ly for unem ployment compensation. nem ploym ent com pen- sation designed to assist the unemployed for a limited period while job hunting varies from state to state. Most benefits are in the $49 to $138 per week range and run from a few to a maximum of about 39 weeks. A few states pay additional al- lowances to eteran with dependents. A veteran must have been separated under conditions other than dishonorable after at least 90 days of continuous service or separated earlier because of a service connected disability to be eligible for unemployment compensation. A...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

Page Ten-A MOUNTED REVIEW The 1st Cavalry Division’s Horse Cavalry Platoon per- forms amounted review for an audience of 16000 at this year’s Pendleton Oregon Roundup. The 16 man unit equipped almost exclusively with actual 100 year old Indian fighter weapons accouterment and tack recently completed a 59 day three state tour of Washington Oregon Fa INVASTION Lewiston Idaho recently experienced a friendly invastion by the fighting United States Cavalry. A member of the Horse Platoon prepares a horse for a show at the Lewiston Roundup. (Photo by Brian Scully) INSURANCE GROUP Low Cost Coverage A nd A Similar To Illustration Assorted Colors mflRT S WALTER FAGAN Agent 8th & Dean Ave. Killeen Tx 76541 Tel: 634-8696 Auto Motorcycle Boat Hom eowners Truck and Idaho. The Platoon frequently travels throughout the United States to perform in parades rodeos state fairs and horse shows. Using drill extracted from an actual 1873 Cavalry Drill Manual the Horse Cavalry Platoon of the First Team...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

Friday O ctober 4 1974 A HERE HE COMES An unidentified 502nd MP player slides safely into home during Post Fast-Pitch Tournament action. 13th Avn. Bn. catcher Lee McKay stands waiting for the throw to the plate. The MPs won the annual tourney by downing the Aviators 8-3 in the champion­ Shake heads and come out thinking...Nolan Ryan the Angels’ star hurler pitched his third no-hitter of his career last Saturday against the Twins winning 4-0. The 27-year-old Alvin Texas native has hinted he wants to be traded California manager Dick Williams won’t hear of it Ray Floyd is an honorary member of the Chicago Cubs...Dallas defensive back Cliff Harris has a LET’S GO POKES Pretty Gale Williams (above) and Oklahoma State mascot “Pistol Pete” were in Waco Saturday night to cheer for their Cowboys. Unfor- tunately for them the Pokes lost to the Baylor Bears 31-14 (Photo by Jejrry Reed) jr** rrsss -V ALL ABOUT IT# BV J5RRV REED SPORTS EDITOR younger brother playing in the Arkansas Razorback sec...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

age o-B totafe* W‘ W «f*» ■etsaB' •4W N •ar^ W£Mt *Mp* A & rf ow* m&-x SPORTS Owls’ Al unusual By JER PORKER” REED Repeat after me Al Conover is not a normal person! Lawdy that guy is plum crazy! I ain’t never seen anything like him in all my bom days. He’s the type of feller that would try roller-skating in a buffalo herd squeezing blood out of a turnip and offering a woman a Tiparillo. Consider if you will some of the stunts this man has tried during his tenure at Rice. e’s thrown chairs direc- ted bands and passed out popsicles. Conover cam to the Houston school two years ago and turned a losing team into a winner. In his first year the Owls went 5-5 last year they were 5-6 winning their last four games of the year! According to Big Al his team should be even better this year. ere’s hat he said in pre-season When I took over the head coaching job here (Rice) two seasons ago I told my wife to forget about me for the next two ears.’’ Shucks I don’t see how she really could ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

Friday October 4 1974 By J. A. LOWE Jim Ellis tugged on his mask pulled his small whisk broom out of his pocket and dusted off home plate. And IIOJJB0 uqof (*fr only when this man and his fel- low colleagues in blue are ready will the ball game begin. Jim T2llis is an umpire a referee whatever the official The following is the Sentinel Sports Quiz which involves questions in different sports: I. The New York Yankees haven’t played in a World Series since 1964. Who managed the Yankees’ opponents the St. Louis Cardinals in that particular series? 2.) Who did Floyd Patterson defeat for the Heavyweight Championship in 1960? 3.) This player in 1965 set the record for most touch- downs in one NFL season. Who is he and how many touchdowns did he score? 4.) Where did Don Shula attend college? 5.) Where did Jim Carlen coach before he came to Texas Tech? 6.) This man led the National Football League in pas- sing in 1973 as he hit on 62.6 of his passes. What is his name? 7.) How many touchdown...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

Page Four-B Recreation Services events..* Drag Racing Drag Racing at its best will be coming to Ft. Hood today at anew location Railhead 'D The O td re a tio Branch of st Recreation Services is sponsoring the races to be held at Railhead ‘♦'Drive and 265th St. on Sun. ‘Oct. 6. Gates open a 10 a.m. and eliminations are set for 2 "p.m. Anyone owning a car or motorcycle is eligible to enter "the races. Handicaps will also be allowed with cash awards going to winners. The races are also open to ".•thegeneral public withadmis- sion $2 for ilitary $3 for civilians and 12 and under free. Bleachers food and drink booths and restroom facilities will be set up for the event. Austin. Texas vs Washington October 5th at 7 p.m. and rTexas vs S.M.U. November v 2nd at 2 p.m. These tickets are being sold to military person- al nel for $2.00 and to their depen- idents for $4. These tickets are regularly sold for $7. For more information call Mrs. Grossman at 685-8351 or 7390. -i Watercolor Exhibit A ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

hOctober 4 1974 ‘Hi Bel-air Green Beans SbbSb $ Cut. Frozen Canned Pop a S $r -2%$ Cragmont Assorted Flavors Wk*or WlatcU French Bread Mrs. W rights. HSIiced. {Safeway 12-oz. 39 16-oz. Loaf Special! i* Black Bread Bavarian Rye Cepacol Mouthwash. Special! Lfii -«v» Nv 4 16-os. Loaf Skylark Old World 16-oz. Loaf Broad. Skylark —20-ox. Bottle Facial Tissues :°.r 36* Liquid Shampoo Rubbing Alcohol Vitamins Aspirin Tablets i£. DINNER KNIVES Suave Shampoo Rich Lethor! 16-oz. 89* 23* Truly Fine Bottle 16-oz. Isopropyl. Clear Bottle 100- Bottle Safeway Brand 29* 100-Ct. Safeway 5-Grain Bottle S A IN E S S A W A E Flicker Disposeble 1 O Shaver for Women —Each I each 3 9 with every $3 purchase Jell-0 Gelatiins -recMjucnc 83* 16-oz. Bottle JL Assorted Flavors. Shop Compare Save! Safeway Dollar Days Save You Money! *r* $Ax $ $ Potted Meat Wilson. For Sandwiches! Apple Sauce Cut Beets Sauerkraut Field Peas Golden Corn Spinach Biscuits -3 -o Can 33* 24* 18* 29* 21* 23* 16-oz. Can Town House 16-oz...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

Page Six-B ROAD TO GLORY O N ©1974 McDonald’s Corporation ‘a ’j a 4 A :jt 4 -I 4 4: 4 4T 4 Si WP 1 ]i A /$M lFm going over very big in *Show and Tell*!. As long as your Diary holds up.** RETAIL PRICE 253.50 each Mir w«* Training on the dling the 155mm self-propelled weapon is M109 owitzer AITs from A” Btry 1st just the beginning of their seven-w eek in- Bn 78th FA are taught to drive the big struction in cannoneering. (Photo by guns over almost any type of terrain. Han- Richard am ance) O N You Deserve a Break Today iMcDonajcrs ancier a 4 th St Hwy. 440 South This Week's FEATURE! !M i£2S5 llfiSSii KEEP VAUM0l£S 1 0 SHOP TONIGHT TILL 9:00 P.M. Two beautiful gold velvet chairs. Spice a room with this colorful pair at this special price $ 1 2 6 Come early only twin stock. 6/lMffRf&JM we fMtmntf I N E I O E O A I N 817-840.2881 McGREGOR TEXAS A erican Technological University (ATU) located bet- ween Killeen and Copperas Cove is in need of 20000 books...but they’ll take more. As the ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

Friday October 4 1974 1 N *. A w»i S •N i'* IfiillSlS JEFFEREY interrupted his career as purveyor of fine figures to perform his photographic functions with Phaedra a whimsical young lass with an appetite for the more adventuresome aspects of life. Jefferey was inclined to refuse a date with Phaedra when she suggested that the two of them be really adventurous and fly to Twin Lakes Club meets Bill aines assistan training officer of the Ft. Hood Civilian Personnel Office (CPO) spoke to the members of the Twin Lakes Toast- mistress Club last Tuesday (Sept. 26th) at the Ft. Hood Of- ficers’ Club. Gaines urged the club mem- bers to place a special em- phasis upon adding additional educational background to their files for promotional con- sideration. He commended the training committee for their four phase credit program provided CPO upon which to as if a of achievement. Gaines indicated that such a plan could possibly be accepted by some colleges for grants of credit hours when the max...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

age E ight-B BUSINESS SERVICES Radio TV Servic 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 inch rtab le ith Built-in Antena. Rented by the Day Week or Month. Come by and ake our S electio fro O a rg Stock. Monthly entals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West ancier Ave. illeen........................................634-4742 _______________________________ (tfrO Furn. Upholstery _046 7 PIECE LIVING room suit $199.95 Discount Furniture 315 N worth 8th 634-0323 (tfn)______________________ Air Con. Heating 050 GEORGES AIR CO NDITIO NING -H E A IN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Buildg. Contract. Home Im provem ent Custom Built Homes No Job Too Large Or Too Sm all We Do It All 2421 E. Hwv-190 Copperas Cove 547-7581 Sentinel Classified BUSINESS SERVICES Misc. Services 063 ENJOY HOME DELIVERY of your favorite MORNING NEW SPAPER DALLAS MORNING NEWS FT. WORTH STAR TELEG RA WACO NEW S-TRIBUNE HOUSTON CHRONICLE TEM PLE DAILY TELEG RA 547-4069 DRAPER NEWS SERVICE S E IN IL E E N & O HOOD 504 Kate opperas ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

Friday October 4 1974 A career planning seminar designed to inform and train civilian personnel in career development was conducted at Ft. Hood’s Theater Number One Sept. 25th. The seminar conducted by th a W Program which is a special emphasis ro ra of the Equality Employment Oppor- tunity Office was attended by about 180 people. The program was conducted in two sessions to allow more participation. Ju ra W omen ’s a Coor- in a to the elcom ing address which outlined the purpose find con- tent of the learning seminar. She is success strategies including a self- analysis of the individual’s strengths skills and desires in relation to care er advan- cement. 3 0 A7H- Ki I KSS II I W .M .I 1*1.1 .M il It A I. .X IS I'A A I a a ii in ih A I WO STKKI. BKI.TS II TW O -l’ I.Y I'O I.YKSTKH O il WARDS 20000-MILE POLY- TRACK HIGHWAY HANDLER 2 *36 Planning seminar conducted A film titled 51%’’ was shown which emphasized the woman’s role in actively plan- ning her career. Carole Page assistant ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 October 1974

Page Ten-B I A N E O A N /4W4RDS The ire to rate of In- dustrial O perations (DIO) rasp rta tio ivision recently presented the Army Commendation Medal to one of its employes. Lieutenant Colonel O.C. Droke Transportation Officer presented the award to Sfc. a rle a fo meritorious service at Ft. Hood. Ryan served as the NCOIC of the Troop/Unit Movement Office Transpor- tation Division DIO from July 11972 until July 11974. Sfc. Billy Gibson Transpor- tation Division DIO also received a ertificate of Achievement for meritorious service while assigned to the United States Army Transpor- tation Activity Japan. The Transportation Division has been the recipient of a Cer- tificate of Achievement for the past four quarters for their participation in the suggestion program. During his period both the suggestion a r- ticipation and suggestion adop- tion goals were achieved. Federal workshop coming up The Fourth Learning Ex- perience a combined seminar and workshop entitled “Steer on Course” wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

OL. 33 NO. 31 ‘P lish ed om nity Enterprises Incorporated a private firm in no way connected FORT HOOD SENTINEL “PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD’’ rea By BOB ALLEN Nearly 70 members of the Central Texas-Ft. Hood Chapter of the Association of the United States Army will leave from Austin Sunday Oct. 13 1974 enroute to Washington D.C. and the 1974 Annual National Meeting of the AUSA. The delegation headed by Mr. Tommy J. Mills president of the local chapter will be in Washington for three days October 14-16 for the three-day meeting housed in the Sheraton-Park Hotel. The local chapter traveled to Washington last year as the third largest in the nation. This year however they will enter the convention a step higher. With 4611 mem- bers in the ranks the CenTex-Ft. Hood group is the second largest AUSA chapter in the nation and is also noted as having the largest number of Life memberships in its ranks of any chapter in AUSA. Mills a Killeen businessman will accep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Page Two-A I S 5 5 **. W S 3 1 .S .5 S *.* S 5 rn er a I if Widows of te ra who remarried and were widowed a second time were reminded today by the Veterans Ad- ministration that pension and compensation benefits may be restored under a 1970 law. Before enactment of PL 91-376 if a widow drawing pen- Protestant women to meet t. ’s ro te ta Women of the Chapel will con- duct a is tia Home Workshop today from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in Bldg. 442 at the Regligious Education Center. Chaplains (Lt. Col.) Grover G. DeVault and (Maj.) Aaron J. Cunningham will provide background material on fac- tors determining the makeup of a Christian home during the morning sessions. rso a tte in the workshop are requested to bring a sack lunch since the session ill rea from 11:30-12:30p.m. for lunch. The afternoon session will consist of five discussion groups including family wor- ship organization in the home communication the unequally yoked wife and the armor of God. Time limits will allow the person...

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