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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 January 1975

a A “KEEP THE ‘US’ IN THE ARMY A unified Army is the goal that was stressed by the Sgt. Maj. of the Army Leon L. Van Autreve during his recent visit to Ft. Hood and the 2nd Armd. Div. “This U.S. insignia that we wear on our collar we want it to signify an “US” Army rather than an ‘I’ or ‘WE’ Army” he stated. (Photo by Kirt Livervois) “This U.S. insignia that we wear on our collar we want it to signify an “US” Army rather than an “I” or “WE” Army. I’m glad to see the “US” Army occurring more and more each day” said the Sgt. Maj. of the Army Leon L. Van Autreve. In a speech to all 2nd Armd. Div. non-commissioned of- ficers (NCO.) Dec. 19 he stressed that unity and quality are everyone’s goals in the volunteer Army. Sergeant Major of the Army Van Autreve spent four hours visiting the 2nd Armd. Div. during his recent stop here at Ft. Hood. The sergeant major of the Army was welcomed to the 2nd Armd. Div. on the steps of division headquarters by the Command Sergeant Major of the Division...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 January 1975

Friday January 3 1975 *'$ \4 SUPPER 31 (Continued From Page 1A) A genuine old-time cowboy of Central Texas W. J. James remembered the time when two men in a buggy and three others on horseback rode into a roundup camp on the Leon River. Those in the buggy had umbrellas stretched and those on horseback “muley” saddles ^recently bought in the east. The cowboys stampeded as if in an Indian attack. Some of them yelled “Mister don’t turn t'Jat thing loose Don’t shoot I’ll give up” and so on. Some|t?lder cowboys did not run and explained to the visitor* that the boys were afraid of the umbrellas and r^also ailvised a good safe place for the English saddles. Finally the cowboys cautiously returned to camp tel- ling each other what had scared them. One cowboy had spied some canned peaches in the buggy and he said that buzzards’ had scared him and that was what he thought le umbrellas were. His mother had read about some black birds bringing food to the hungry. He was hungry! rSome of the vi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 January 1975

Page Four-A Set your sights within reach We’re now into the third day of the new year 1975. Tradition calls for each of us to resolve to better ourselves in some way. New year’s resolutions are made but for how long? Most resolutions are good for a week or two yet few stand the full 12 months ahead of them. Loss of weight increased savings completing home repairs caring for a garden or just spending more time reading rather then watching television are many of the simpler resolutions made each year. Yet just how simple are these resolu- tions? The first few days weeks or even months may not be too hard but time usually weakens each resolution. That first day you leave the television off in favor of working on those many little repair jobs that have been ac- cumulating about the house or for reading that book you bought six months ago is easy. Maybe even that first week goes smoothly for your re- solution. But then comes the snag. One evening there is a great game or movie on the set...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 January 1975

Friday January 3 1975 HOI HHC 1st Bde. Officers and wives of the 2st Bn. 67th Armd. met for their monthly hail and farewell at the Ft. Hood Officers’ Open Mess on Dec. 5. Lieutenant Colonel Martin E. McKinley battalion oom- a newcomers Lt. Pete Zeigler and Lt. and Mrs. Dennis McGinness. Farewell memen- tos were given to Cpt. and Mrs. Robert Graham Lt. and Mrs. Thomas Eschbaugh Lt. and Mrs. Kent Cartner Lt. Randy Nalepa Lt. Robert Dittmer andLt. Terry Hoy. Wives of the battalion met for their monthly meeting Dec. 10 at the home of Mrs. Martin E. McKinley with Mrs. Robert Graham as co-hostess. Mrs. McKinley welcomed Mrs. Dennis McGinness as a newcomer to the battalion. Lieutenant and Mrs. McGin- ness arrived recently to Ft. Hood from Ft. Knox Ky. Wives played games ex- changed gifts and enjoyed a morning coffee. 1st Bn. 14th FA Mrs. Robert Chelberg hosted a coffee in her Copperas Cove home for the officers’ wives of the 1st Bn. 14th Field Arty. Welcomed were special guests Mrs. Oliver...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 January 1975

t*age Six-A 15th Med Bn Officers’ wives of the 15th Med. Bn. met in the home of Mrs. Richard Bruce on Dec. 9 for their monthly coffee. The wives exchanged Christmas gifts. They presented a recipe box to Mrs. David Duncan who will leave the battalion. The Jan. coffee will be in the home of Mrs. Jeffery Shulz. 13Sig Bn. The 13th Sig Bn. held it’s Christmas Hail and Farewell in Temple. Lt. Col. Theodore W. Hummel farewelled WO and Mrs. Ron Bowman CWO Gerlad Gibbs Cpt and Mrs. Larry Strait and Cpt and Mrs. Charles Shepherd. Guests included Miss Diana Moore Cpt and Mrs. Wayne Daniel of the 1st Bn. 8th Cav. Cpt. and Mrs. Joe Scmidt of the 3rd Bde Lt. A1 Brennan of the 1st Bn. 6th FA Chaplain and Mrs. Tony Miller Lt Jim Gogolla of the 1st Bn. 6th FA and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kilgore of KWTX TV in Waco. Cpt Larry Strait presented the “Short Circuit” award to Cpt Richard Brazzeal this month. The highlight of the evening was when Cpt Joe Sch- midt dressed as a Mexican Santa Claus presented gifts ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 January 1975

Friday January 3 1975 Christmas came early for Spec. 4 Herman Lee Session Hq. and Hq. Btry. 1st Bn. 77th Field Arty as he received $100 and eight days in which to spend it from Col. John S. drosby division artillery troop commander. Specialist session received the early Christmas presents THINK AHEAP! BUY SAW A/6S O N S for being first in two extensive holiday safety program con- tests that were conducted throughout division artillery units in conjunction with a Ft. Hood holiday season safety campaign. The campaign whs designed to keep safety in the minds of everyone during the holiday’s. FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Dr. Wallace J. Shelton Paster 634-6363 Rev. Marc Childress Associate Pastor SERVICES FOR SUNDAY JANUARY 5 9:30 AM Church School 10:45 AM Communion meditation The Pastor 4:30 PMM.Y.F. 6:00 PM Sermon: "On Holding Fast" The Pastor You are cordially invited BURLINGTON Safety suggestion nets soldier along holiday Division artillery designed a program with the help of CWO Jo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 January 1975

•Page Eight-A New degree ?FER.£P /XA a 'fR fi’ ~IU WAR. A An Emergency Medical Technician Program will begin at Central Texas College (CTC) Tuesday Jan. 28. The program will run through May 6. An identical program will be offered by Temple Junior Col- lege beginning Tuesday Jan. 21. Both colleges’ programs are being funded by a special federal grant. The program is designed to assist groups who provide am- bulance services. Included are municipal proprietary volun- tary and hospital emergency services. Students will be trained in first aid bandaging and splin- ting and heart and respiration emergency work needed to keep the patients alive in the ambulance until care by a physician can be obtained. re-req isite for the Printing course offered A vocational program in off- set printing will be offered beginning this semester at Central Texas College (CTC). The offset press and related equipment have been instal- led. The new program will provide tu ts with technical competency. We have...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 January 1975

Friday January 3 1975 By JERRY‘“PORKER” REED You can bet your bottom dollar that last New ear’s Eve merry Bradshaw had an extra helping of blackeyed peas. I wouldn’t even doubt it if Bradshaw rubbed his rab- bit’s foot a little harder or gave his four-leaf clover a looking over a few times. These things all add up to the fact that merry Bradshaw is a very lucky fellow lately. The veteran passer from Louisiana Tech is presently on top of the professional football world but it hasn’t come easy. A month ago Bradshaw couldn’t even buy a cup of coffee without feeling guilty. He was suffering from a recent divorce and loss of employment as the it- tsburgh Steelers’ number one signal-caller. Well things have changed. merry says he’s got religion now. radshaw explains his rekindled faith as the main re- mason fo his trem endo us com eback The merry Bradshaw story ranks up there with all the sports shockers of ’74. Yea it was unbelieveable how the Baylor Bears won the Southwest Conference in...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 January 1975

Page Two-B HP V*~ JABBING JERRY Jerry Lyons the post welter weight champ learned much of his boxing technique from pro boxer George Foreman. Lyons’ lethal jab CHAMP Bill “Champ” Mathis punches his way through a rigorous practice ses- sion at the 2nd Armd. Div. gym in preparation for the upcoming FORSCOM Why you ask yourself when you enter James Las well’s of- fice would a man keep banks of aquariums and fiberglass tanks filled with slimy green algae? But as you look closer into Laswell’s aquariums you see something else besides the percolating algae. There is animal life in there—no larger than a grain of sand in one aquarium pinhead-sized in another recognizable as fish in a couple more. Las well ex- plains that you are looking at speckled trout. The trout are the reason for the tanks and they are part of a project which could revolu- tionize management of inland waters in Texas according to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department officials. Due to this research it may some day be poss...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 January 1975

Friday January 3 1975 VA NEWS a A ministration’s priority effort to get retroactive increases in Bill education and anting igible ick ly is now in full operation Administrator of Veterans Affairs Richard L. Roudebush said today. “I want to assure veterans that maximum effort is being jpade to get these retroactive checks out promptly” the VA chief explained. I training money to 1.2 million eligible Vietnam era veterans Under the new law (P.L. 93-508) the G.I. Bill increase is retroactive to Sept. 1. For a single veteran taking full-time institutional training con- tinuously since Sept. 1 the check covering the difference between the old rate of $220 a I CHANGE COMMAND A a Colonel Tommie G. Smith said farewell to the troops of the 2nd Bde. (ST LO) 2nd Armd. Div. in a change of command ceremonies held at HOW field last Tuesday. “It took me 21 years to become brigade commander and 18 months to become ex- commander but there’s no doubt in my mind that those 18 months were the finest in ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 January 1975

Page Four-B Night courses available Eleven night classes will be offered at Central Texas College (CTC) during the mid- dle of January including in- struction in sewing dancing quilting vegetable gardening iv ’s education and personal cosmetology. The sewing class will meet Monday evenings between 6:30 and 9 p.m. beginning Jan. 13. The 10-week-long course will end March 17. Goals of the course are to provide an un- derstanding of the use and care of sewing machines cor- rect pattern selection proper use of patterns marking pat- terns properly and basic clothing fitting alterations and sewing. A program featuring the fox- trot progressive jazz waltz and rumba will begin Jan. 16 at CTC. These Thursday evening classes will begin at 7:30 and end at 9 p.m. The dass will finish May 9. Couples as well as singles may enroll in the course. Quilting instructions will begin Jan. 20 for 11 weeks en- ding on March 31. The Monday evening instruction will be held between 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. History...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 January 1975

January 3 1975 s'- O 1 Compare & Save/ Waffles 19 Bel-air. 5-ox. 5-Count Pkg. Donuts 79 Morton's 10-oz. Glazed Box 0*t ■ft U*X- epgri* Aspirin Tablets. Safeway. 5*Grain S.P. Antiseptic liquid Shampoo lubbing Alcohol Toothpaste Toothbrushes Hair Spray S ii Bel-air Vegetables iC Green Beans 9-oz. Pkg. Wax Beans......................................9-oz. Pkg. *Ford Hook Limas............... 10-ox. Pkg. ikChopped Broccoli........................10-ox. Pkg. ^Brussel S prouts.................. 8-ox Pkg. tC rn ........................................10-oz. Pkg. 'A'Mixed egetables........................10-oz. Pkg. ^Succotash ................................... 10-oz. Pkg. 33* -100-Ct. Bottle 16*oz. Bottle Truly Fine Safew ay Special! $ Juice Tomato. Hunt's 13.5-oz. Cons a A if V.<p></p>Juice Meat Pies Manor House. Time Saver! Bake & Serve! Economical! Safeway Special! Potatoes Fish Sticks St Orange. Bel-air. Frozen $ 4-1 mm Pkgs. 16* 8 ob. Slim Jim Shoestring. Pkg. 8-ox...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 January 1975

Page Six-B BUSINESS SERVICES •Tailors Hatters 039 ’TAILOR professional experienced on .M en 's adies' and Children's a ltern a- tio No job too difficult. Call 634-3955 anytime.______________________________ .* Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 inch Portable with Built- in Antena. Rented by the Day Week or Month. Come bv and Make Your Selec- tion fro O ur Large Stock. monthly a Rentals $10 to $15. !_. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. Killeen........................................... :.634-4742 (tfn) Buildg. Contract. 056 Home Improvement Custom Built Homes No Job Too Large Or Too Small We Do It All HIGGINBOTHAM’S HOME CENTER 2421 E. Hwy 190 Copperas Cove 547-7581 House Repairs 058 2421 E. Hwv 190 Copperas Cove 547-7581 Sentinel Classified REAL ESTATE Farms Ranches 092 YOUR CHOICE This could be the only tim in your life to be able to choose any part and any size acreage from a large ranch. This is rim hill co try land ith ills views trees galore creeks good soil & pea...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 January 1975

Friday January 3 1975 Recreation begins new year Discotheque A a ic riv Recreation Center (Bldg. 428) will become a “Discotheque” hosting a record hop for Ft. Hood troops Jan. 10 and 17 from 8 to 11 p.m. Cost of admission is 50 cents per person and fellows bring the girls. A disc jockey from radio sta- tion KIXS will be on hand as master of ceremonies of the affair and play the hottest sounds going. For more information on the hop call 685-4142. Fencing The 1975 t. Hood Fen- cing Championships will be hosted Jan. 15 and 16 by the Sports Branch of Recreation Services at 1:30 p.m. in the Post Gym (Bldg. 12018). All military personnel in- te re te in a rtic ip a tin should all John Apio at 685-5739 or stop by the sports ffic in ld 2301 on Headquarters Ave. Community Theatre Hamlet once observed that “all the world is a stage and those upon it merely players”. If you want to act then now is your chance. The Ft. Hood Community a tre ill be holding auditions for their upcoming presentatio...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 January 1975

Page Eight-B “This is the happiest day of my life” James Peters said when he as awarded scouting’s highest honor in an impressive ceremony conduc- ted at the 2nd Armd. Div. Headquarters on Dec. 12. Major Gereral Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd Div. comman- der at Ft. Hood presented the Eagle Award to James. Scouting officials witnessing the ceremony were Mr. Thadd Cobb district executive from the Heart jO’Tfexas Council Boy Scouts of-America and Cmd. Sgt. Maj. astro Feliciano Scouting Commit- tee Chairman from Ft. Hood. General Fair recalling his boyhood exp erien ce in scouting when he advanced in ranks to within one Merit Badge of earning the Eagle Award told James that it was a distinct personal honor for him to present the award. He said that many of our coun- try’s most successful men have been Eagle Scouts. “Now all you have to do James is find away to get to West Point” Gen. Fair said. James the 15-year-old son of Sfc. and Mrs. Ronald Peters W woods 1HSO Keep America Beautiful Scout ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 January 1975

VOL. 33 NO. 43 ss_ __ *4 '8 5 ."m ISISm a & P* *W‘ .'-v E ... r*' 'W** .£$|§ .. vv '■qtejfe1 IsifeiV -.*-v ■i &* V1 *'4W ./* '4 -r: $'i Dr. King sought change FORT HOOD SENTINEL “PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD* FORT HOOD TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 10 1975 ByTOMWOLSFELD Non-violent protest was always the mainstay of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s campaign to seek social changes in America to better the position of this coun- try’s black populace. “Those who adhere to the method of non-violent direct action recognize that legislative and court orders can only declare rights they can never thoroughly de- liver them. Only when people themselves begin to act are rights on paper given lifeblood.” These words of Dr. King describe the greatest single figure in the move- ment he directed to gain equality and dignity for the blacks of this country. Non-violence was for him not on- ly a method of change but away of life as a minister. King was born in Atlanta on Jan. 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 January 1975

Page Two Over the holidays Ft. Hood personnel finding themselves with an unusual amount of [time on their hands probably ►switched on th re a 'American dream machine (television) and witnessed a phenomena of our present day society: the game show or quiz show. These creatures and their not-too-distant cousins the soap opera take up a good part of daytime programming in- termingled with old re-uns of “I Love Lucy.” An object of such great Ten Civilian Aides to the ■Secretary of the Army representing various sections of the 5th Army region will be !at Ft. Hood Friday Jan. 10 for [selected briefings on Hood as well as visits to selected [facilities areas and training sites on the reservation. Accompanied by Lieutenant General John R. Deane Jr. .Army Chief of Research [Development and Acquistion as well as high rankin 5th An expanded spring and •summer edition of the popular “American Showcase” mail- order catalog will be distribut- ed in early 1975 by the Army Jand Air Force Exchange •...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 January 1975

Page Three In a lot of military minds medics are held in a position of high esteem. For in a time of need it is they who are there to care for your sickness and administer first aid. However there comes a time in everyone’s military career that the medics are not cm the top of the “popularity list” when the “shot list” is posted on the company bulletin board. The five to seven people from the 48th Med. Bn. 2nd Armd Div. who make up the division shot team do their best to make the process as ef- ficient and painless as possi- ble one will usually find that they’re pretty successful at it. Although it would never 00010* to one of us “shot-haters” they actually do enjoy their work. “I’ve been on the shot team for four months now and I really like it” admitted Pvt. I 2 Jeanne Gilbert during a re- cent visit of the shot team to a 2nd Armd. Div. unit. Staff Sergeant Walter Sturge organized the shot team as it is I today. The present system has been in use only 14 months. “The Division Sur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 January 1975

Page Four 2 Stout leaves Sentinel Holt contributions lauded Last week’s issue of the Ft. Hood SENTINEL sym- bolically marked the end of an era for this military medium in that “Right & Up” the weekly works of Stout S.J. made its last appearance in the SENTINEL (unless we are so lucky as to dig one up that has never been used) and Stout began his trek for Germany as was indicated in his final cartoon. Too Stout’s teammate on many occasions of collabora- tion Mr. Roy D. Holt noted CenTex historian graced our paper with a front page of Old West nostalgia for the last time. We are deeply grateful for his contributions in the past. He and Stout certainly made a most respectable team. No Mr. Holt didn’t go to Germany with Stout he will still be in the area for some time to come hopefully. We at the SENTINEL will sorely miss that amiable E6. His artwork aided in boosting the SENTINEL’S efforts aimed at becoming one of if not the best military publications known. His support of the Army...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 January 1975

Friday January 10 1975 THE XM198 The developmental 155mm towed howitzer XM198 will replace the M114A1. This weapon weighs 15100 pounds and has a maximum range of 30000 meters with a rocket-assisted pro­ 9 W During with III divisional a recent meeting Corps and non- non-commissioned officers Sgt. Maj. of the Army Leon Van Autreve indicated that quality NCOs can raise the quality of a unit but that N O responsibility. ‘‘As is the quality of the NCO corps so is the quality of the Army” he indicates. “We think the quality of the Army has gotten better in the past ’few years.” The 9:30 a.m. meeting at Palmer Theater was one of a series of meeting with Ft. Hood based NCOs and brief- wings on activities being con- ducted on-post. As the Army’s top NCO Sgt. Maj. of the Army Van Autreve’s had been hosted by the post’s command sergeant major Edwin Jones. In is in he responsibilities of the Army NCOs the sergeant major of the Army indicated that he felt the poor quality NCOs only totaled three...

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