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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Friday October 25 1974 MMM GOOD MMM GOOD Maj. J.D. Robinson commander of “A” Troop 7th Sqn. 17th Cav. samples a cattail (he probably wishes it was a hot dog) during the land.” (US Army Photo) survival instruction classes. The classes STROKE STROKE STROKE Six members of the 7th Sqn. 17th Cav. make their way across Lake Belton pulling PX holiday hours set Veterans Day Monday Oct. 28th will find some of the Post Exchange facilities closed for the holiday at Ft. Hood. a a scheduled to be closed on these two days include those located at West Ft. Hood Gray Army Air Field at 41st and Battalion Ave. (Bldg. 14008) and at Dar- nall Army Hospital. The exchange food outlets slated to be closed include the facilities a Hood Airfield FAITH T£MPL£ Trimmier & Metropolitan 699-5231 Sunday S l.......................... 9:45 AM Morning W rs ip ...................11:00 AM Revival Time Rally (Sun.) .7.00 PM Mid-Week Service (Wed.) .7:30 PM WMA (Tuesday) ........................7:30 PM YPA (Youth) (...

Publication Title: Fort Hood Sentinel, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Page Ten-B 29 October 8:00 Weather FHNews 8:12 What's Happening 8:28 Point of Decision 8:45 CH-47 Adv. Maneuvers & FldOpns 9:08 Interpreting Performance Factors in CH-47 Operations 9:44 AirCavTroop (Battleof Phu'OChau) 10:00 Night Vision Goggles A N/PVS-5 10:45 Aviation Safety Officer 11:12 NOE Orientation 12:00 Weather FH News 12:12 What's Happening 12:30 A Sense of Sharing 1:45 Med Aspects of Physical Fitness 2:01 Viral Hepatitis: Epidemiology 2:43 Fundamentals of PT 3:07 US Army Occupation Health Program 3:42 Why Be Fit? 4:08 EMC: Psychological First Aid 4:30 Weather— FH News 4:42 What's Happening Wethiesday 39 October 8:00 Weather FH News 8:12 What’s Happening 8:45 Disassy & Assy of .50 Cal M/G 9:30 A Sense of Sharing 9:45 Intro to Wheeled & Tracked Vehicles Ft. Hood Television CHANNEL 5FHTV................ building 4610. phone/4804 10:44Boresighting & Zeroing (General) 10:53 Boresighting & Zeroing the M60A1 Tank 12:00 Weather FH News 12:12 What's Happening 1...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Friday October 25 1974 JE E E as flying the friendly skies etc. last weekend and as understandably startled at the scene that greeted him when he peered from the portal of the airplane. Jefferey was being eyed from the skies as his lovely tem ptress was out testing her flying pumpkin for any bugs that ay have developed since its last Hal­ W -C " -V -XV Loading exercises conducted Rail loading exercises were conducted at the Ft. Hood railhead earlier this month by members of the 57th Sig. Bn a III Corps unit stationed at West Ft. Hood. Six man teams from each of the attalio ’s companies were trained as rail movement controllers. The six loading teams trained in transporting signal vehicles in the event of a movement overseas or a training exercise. The teams were trained in guiding the vehicles onto rail cars securing the vehicles and unloading. Special instruction covered each of the battalion’s four type of vehicles from the quarter ton truck and trailer to the MSC-25 a five ton va...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Page Twelve-B ANNOUNCEMENTS 012 Entertainment O ct. 31-Nov. 1 SUPER COLOSSAL 3 BIG DAYS OF INDIAN JEW ELRY Come To idtow all-C O & S a A A erican Indian lry a an Be i i N a a eautiful To W ear A re a In t- ent. JUST GIFTS Midtown Mall BUSINESS SERVICES Radio/ TV Service J)44 RENT A TV rand N ew 19 inch ta ith Built-in A ntena. en ted bv th a eek onth. om bv a ak S le tio O a Stock. monthly en tals $10 to $15. I BARRON RENTS 517 W est a ie A ve. ille ..............................................634-4742 ________________________________________J tf O Air Con./ Heating 050 GEORGE’S AIR O N ITIO N IN -H E A IN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. S ro tt illeen Buildg. Contract. 056 om Im ro ustom uilt es IGGINBOTHAM ’S HOME CENTER 2421 E. Hwv 190 ra ove Sentinel Classified RENTALS Rooms & Board 071 W ANTED: Couple S in le irl to are th re ed ro ile while husband is TD all 699-5408 699-2031. Ask fo ind a. 11-8 Apartments Furn. 072 COUNTRY LIVING IN TH E ity a t's living a WESTGATE APARTMENTS...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Friday October 25 1974 It always amazes me how many different ways the telephone is used in consumer fraud schemes. Two weeks ago I received a phone call from a lady who asked if I would like to enter a drawing for 100 gallons of gasoline. Of course I couldn’t turn such an offer down so I gave her my name and address and proceeded to forget about it. A week later the young lady called me again this time to inform me that I had been chosen as “today’s winner.” She proceeded to explain that I could receive my choice of 200 S & Green Stamps or a surprise gift for the lady of the house worth over $20. After not much thought I selected the stamps. All of this was wonderful. I had never won anything like this before! “Now” the young lady broke into my bubble “when our man comes to deliver your prize to you we ask that you witness a brief demonstration of one of our fine products. Would it be alright if he stopped by this evening?” I asked her what this “fine product” was and she told ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 October 1974

Page Fourteen-B sVsv*'v \sv. ip® lit«tp tei tf&fflfflmfflfflmm •x ^x -e'-'.-•t. 4 .. 4-\'o xr* ..Vv-H „V ^W 4 V- Vv' *yzx%*%' \+„..' jNvo s' iNNIMNN ^s§*»i««® iii 1 IV W im&immkm&mmMmS® II||:|I1II kW&®. S SP/4 Susan Boguta likes to keep active but we interrupted her busy schedule to find out what she likes about the Army. “After I graduated from college I decided to try a technical job one that would help me learn about flying. Because eventually I’d like to be a pilot. So my training’s helped a lot. “I also enjoy meeting people and talking about my work. So recruiting work has been a natural for me. “One of the things I always mention to the young people I meet is that the Army’s taught me you can do much more than you think you can. The opportunities are here all you have to do is take advantage of them. And that’s what I’m doing’.’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS "Since I’ve been in the Army the longest I’ve sat still is for this photograph? nf* v Today’s Army ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 November 1974

4 VOL. 33 NO. 34 VS -Ni'W [V \i sX IS Be r^vy /O O rtD E rV: onored lt 1 vis1 First Settlers The first settlers in Coryell County and the adjoining areas spent about the first 25 years under the ever present threat of raids by nomadic Indians. The Coman- ches and their allies the Kiowas came into the country to steal horses and white captives and to kill anyone who got in their path. Few persons today can begin to com- prehend life under such hazards and at a time when the settlers had almost none of the gadgets which today we consider real necessities. Story Not Written The complete story of the Indian days cannot be writ- ten since the pioneers did little writing that was preser- ved. Some contemporary records are available and numerous reminiscences of early day settlers are in print. Governor E. M. Pease on Dec. 7 1857 wrote to T. C. Frost (of San Antonio) to enroll 20 mounted men in Coryell and Comanche Counties to serve for three mon- ths to protect the frontier against hostil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 November 1974

Page Two-A Going to see the Chaplain is at one time or another the soldier’s sole path of help with his life while in the Army. Nowhere else can a man or woman find the answer or direction that at that moment is urgently needed and im- mediately received. Here in the 2nd (SF. LO) Brigade the men have the ser- vices and chaplains that area match for any problem that is brought to them Chaplain fM aj) lifford Brula Catholic and Chaplain (Cpt) Robert Gilbert Protestant at- tend to the needs of (SF. LO) personnel. On reforger their duties are much the same as at Ft. Hood keeping an ear to the troops. jTiey visit each of the units here for services helping the lied Cross find a man who has Jo go home on emergency leave and being “a buddy to pie troops helping them through the tough parts of the exercise. It is in that capacity that the £haplain is the man who most often hears the tenor of the fyoops feelings. A majority of die troops appreciate that the Chaplain is around. To the droops ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 November 1974

Friday November 1 1974 I LEARNED TO DO IT LIKE THIS 1st Lt. Richard Scott Jr. (left) emphasizes a point about “approach angle” to his father Lt. Col. Richard Scott (Ret.) (cen- ter) of Cocoa Beach Fla. and his brother-in-law Lt. Col. Marvin Schwem. The young aviator who was an honor A FINANCE As a military professional etna IF YOU LIKE TO HEAD SUNDAY 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 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 November 1974

Page Four-A 4 •w •k 3* *V' I & ■*w- 'Mr ’V •C- •CJ- s» $ & •S N 5 •C‘ »c & ft- V- % Editor’s Note: The following particle is a story of an incident Cwhich occurred while a funeral I detail of Ft. Hood soldiers 5 were performing their duties in a town in southwest Texas. Hie article was submitted to -"the SENTINEL by the Race Relations /E qual E ployment ^O rtu ity ivision of /Hum an Resources Develop- ent here at Ft. Hood in an ef- I"fort to demonstrate the steps that can be taken when such an •^incident occurs. j- The system of justice has ■£again a ile ere is im in a tio exists in ^society. Although this process £may be slow in some instan- Jfcces the persons subjected to ^unfair treatment because of 'ra color creed sex or ^national origin should make such incidences known to ap- plicable agencies so that cor- frective action may be taken. tr I Draftees receive early out It was back in 1967 during the Vietnam conflict that the number of draftees in the U.S. Army reache...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 November 1974

Friday November 1 1974 continued from Page 1A Horses and white captives Stampede Creek Popular In 1924 J. M. Franks published his excellent book on the pioneer days in the Coryell County area entitled /“Seventy Years in Texas.” He vividly told of Indian ex- periences of some settlers. Stampede Creek seemed to be one of the favorite spots for the red raiders. Judge Per- ryman had reason to remember it for one morning he was riding there when he saw a bunch of horses in the shade of some liveoak trees. Before he could get close enough to investigate one lone Indian raced toward the surprised cowman. Perryman was riding a good horse but the animal was not in any shape for a race. His only protection was a single-shot pistol which did not always fire. Perryman “lit out” and the race was on. The cowman dashed into Stampede Creek but his horse fell in the mud. The rider jumped off and ran into a thicket. The Indian jumped from his mount walked to the fallen horse and got the animal on his...

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

Page Six-A 'Y vW s" ?h{_ WAC’S TEST PANTSUIT Spec. 4 Anita Ashbaugh of HHC 2nd Armd. Div. wears the new pantsuit which 300 women on Ft. Hood are testing. At the end of the two- month test the women will be asked to complete a Questionnaire with their comments on the comfort care and suitability of the pantsuit for daily wear. Anita com- mented that “the pantsuit is much nicer to wear than Either the cords or fatigues and also easy to care for.” (Photo by Tom Wolsfeld) Key cards available *Free membership cards to ttyo well knewn tourist attrac- tions are now available from tfie Recreation Service’s Infor- mation Travel and Tour Booth at the Whittington Community (Renter (Bldg. 108) Magic Key Club Cards to be qsed at Walt Disney World in Florida or Disneyland in southern California are available free of charge. Dolphin Club Cards which entitles the military holder to cbscount admission prices at Sea Worlds three locations are also available. Sea Worlds tjiree locations are at Orlando...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 November 1974

Friday November 1 1974 t»- FIRST FULL PARTICIPATION Col. Otto Scharth (second from right) chair- man of the 1975 Ft. Hood Combined Federal Campaign accepts $1163.50 in contributions from Ft. Hood National Bank employees. Making the presentation is Mrs. Charlene Reavis (left front). Em- ployees viewing the presentation are (from left back) Mrs. Janice Holcomb Miss Donna Skinner Mrs. Linda Wells Miss Maria England Mrs. Rose Charles W wedding invitation issued The Catholic Spanish Com- munity of Ft. Hood wishes to invite any interested persons to the wedding of Juan Cabel- lero “B” Co. 124th Maint. 2nd Armd. Div. and Dora Rios at the 33rd St. Chapel on Nov. 31974. In the absence of their respective families the local Spanish Community is adop- ting the couple and helping with the arrangements for the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey will act as padvinos (sponsors) for/the couple. A fiesta de bodas (reception) will follow the Mass with refreshments fur- nished by ladies of the com- munity....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 November 1974

Page Eight-A MEDDAC The MEDDAC Wives recen- tly met for a luncheon in Salado. After the lunch and a short business meeting some of the wives browsed through the local shops. Bridge Mrs. Frank Brown and Mrs. Harold Durst won first place in the north-south field of a recent bridge tourney spon- sored by the Officers Wives Club Duplicate Bridge Group. Second place winners of the north-south field at the Ft. Hood bridge tournament were Mrs. David Wise and Mrs. Robert Rodgers. East-w est field winners were Mrs. William D. Lang- ford and Mrs. Charles Miller. Second place in this field went to Mrs. Thomas Wiktorek and Mrs. Daniel Hatcher. The bridge group plays each Friday morning at the Of- ficers’ Club. Members may come without a partner ex- cept for the special member- ship game scheduled for Nov. 8th. Members desiring partner- ship assistance should contact Mrs. Miller at 547-2355 or Mrs. William Riedl at 532-5230. Women’s Golf The October luncheon of the Ft. Hood Women’s Gold As- soci...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 November 1974

Friday November 1 1974 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. Halloween set the theme for -an evening coffee Oct. 10 for -the officers’ wives of the 2nd Squdn. 1st Cav. 1st Bde. in the home of Mrs. Dwight D. Toney. Mrs. Bill Hoffman and Mrs. Eric Spangler were co- hostesses. Special guests were Mrs. Larry Beale and Mrs. Spike Latimer. Welcomed I to the squadron was Mrs. John Kolbert. Mrs. John Greenway the squadron commander’s wife discussed upcoming events. The ladies were reminded that November 1 is the squadron’s turn for furnishing cookies for the 2nd Armd. Div. chapel dayrooms. It was also discus- sed to hold a coffe for officer and NCO wives sometime in the near future at the Officers’ Club. Mrs. Greenway also mentioned that the OWC lun- cheon will be November 19 and those who attend should bring canned goods for the ACS loan closet. The next 2nd Armd. Div. luncheon will be Nov. 27. The next coffee will be held in the home of Mrs. Julian Bal- lance November 13. A pot luck supper is planned. Octob...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 November 1974

Page Ten-A »iK ROY D. HOLT Frank M. Cross wrote an excellent book entitled Early Days in Central Texas in which he told of some experien- ces in Bell and other Central Texas Counties. O 9 A HtWfeR UNIFORM Cross was born in Mississippi in 1834 and came with his parents to Cameron Tex. when he was twelve. The county seat of Milam County boasted of a clap-board courthouse 14 16 feet two small stores and a few log- Cabin homes. After two years in Cameron the Cross family moved near Belton. Young Cross described the country as having the “grandest scenery” of one vast open prairie covered with tall green grass and beautiful flowers. The country was full of game such as buffalo deer bear turkey and an- telope. The streams were full of fish. Meat for the pioneer settler was thus available and with the added pleasure of hunting. The first mill for grinding corn in Bell County was erec- ted by Cross and Childress on the Lampasas River south of present Belton. This water-powered mill was late...

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

Friday November 1 1974 A VISIT WITH THE GENERAL Major General Robert L. Fair Commander of the 2nd Armd. Div. talks with a member of 2nd Bn. 67th Arm. 2nd (ST LO) Bde. The 2nd Armd. Div. unit is now at Camp Algiers The “Boss” was coming to visit the 2nd (ST LO) Bde. at Camp Algiers in Grafenwhoer Germany. ajo General Robert L. Fair Commander 2nd. Armd. Div. “Hell on W heels” was here to be briefed on the activities of the 2nd ST LO de. during Reforger ’74 Exercise “Cer- tain Pledge”. Colonel T.G. Smith com- mander 2nd ST LO Bde. met Gen. Fair at the airport and excorted him to the still busy Bde. headquarters. Subject the detailed business of getting ready to leave Germany and head home for Ft. Hood. With the ability to make the most nervous private relax the General questioned each man he saw. “How are you doing?” Where are you going on your time off?” By God you men deserve the time.” “Go to Munich” Be sure you get to see some of Europe.” It was apparent to each man that the Genera...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 November 1974

Page Twelve-A Gen. urdett hosts retirees More than 1000 Army retirees from a 179 county area have made reservations for the Nov. 2 Retiree Open House to be hosted by Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. Commander of HI Corps and Ft. Hood. The Open House morning ac- tivities in Theater No. 1 will feature two guest speakers Sgt. Maj. (ret) Darrell L. Peterson Chairman of the Enlisted Retiree Council for the Army Chief of Staff and Gen. (ret) ran Thomas Mildren Chairman of the Of- fice Retiree Council for the Army Chief of Staff. Both men have just returned from their respective council meetings in Washington which as a rule are conducted semi-annually with the Army Chief of Staff. They are going to discuss their respective councils missions their past accomplishments and future goals. Sergeant Major Peterson a native of Sioux Falls South Dakota entered active service in September 1941 and served wi 3 8 at Engineers during World War II attaining the grade of Technician fifth grade. He re iv a...

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

Friday N ovem ber 1 19 7 4 AAFES in explained Under anew policy just an- 1 nounced the Army and Air Force E xchange Service (AAFES) will no longer im- mediately change the price of merchandise in its retail outlets when a price increase occurs. major ra C. W. Hospelhorn AAFES comman- der made the announcement after a thorough study of the situation by the AAFES Mer- chandising Division. Effective ". at exchanges worldwide during the week of Oct. 14 the policy was applied both to sales floor and stockroom mer- chandise. New prices will be applied only to merchandise received by stores after a pice increase is made. “I have directed that price arkups re su ltin from wholesale cost price increases 4 will not be applied to any mer- chandise on hand in AAFES retail selling activities” Gen. Hospelhorn said in his announ- cement. “The AAFES policy will be that of selling on a ‘price as marked basis. There is one notable excep- tion pointed out by the general. “As has long been the AAFES po...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 November 1974

Page Fourteen-A TURN IN PUSHERS ll... 526- TIPS SPONSOREP & a of 4 N E E tc .e $2 5 erc a &t Mb Art Fair slated Many attractions have been added to the Annual Cultural Activities Center (CAC) Art Fair slated for this Saturday and Sunday Nov. 2nd and 3rd in Temple. Chairman Jay Frank Powell has announced a circling hot air balloonist a helicopter exhibit from Ft. Hood a Children’s Parade old time movies and a silent art auction as some of the features of this year’s fair. The artists and their works will continue to be the major feature at the fair. The 75 ar- tists selected for this juried art Show will display sell and in some cases demonstrate their art or craft. Artists will come from Oklahoma Arkansas and throughout Texas. These ar- tists will contribute some of their works to be bid on at the silent auction. A variety of food booths will be set up and will offer hot tamales tacos barbecue piz- zas soft drinks cotton candy popcorn and home-made bake goods. Frank Weise wi...

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