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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Page Six-A 8.5 er cent fo loans in a on Veterans Administration (VA) home loans drppped from nine per cent to 8.5 per cent effec- tive Jan. 21 The &5 per m1975.f CHANGE COMMAND gd) AWARDS NEW LIEUTENANT is io to com aboard sir.” Permission was granted and the women in the Army strength has been in- creased by one more. Second Lieutenant JoAnn A. Campbell was sworn into the US Army Reserve Feb. 21 by Col. A rthir J. t DISCOM co mander. She has been trying to be “one of the people who have joined the Army” for a couple of years but as she reports it loin paperwork I had to take three different physicals but I final- ly made it.” The new lieutenant is mar- ried to another officer in the First Team 1st Lt. Robert W. Campbell. The female officer of the pair is as yet undecided about her Army specialty. “Of rs ” she sa s My husband’s career comes first. But I am looking for a good career in the Army as well. I a id in military intelligence (MI) but you know there are so many good jo a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

r28 1975 welcome ID SUMP HOPPERS 17 4 Seven items The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) offers tax- a rs a seven-point checklist to help avoid un- scrupulous tax preparers. Most tax return preparers are competent and honest says the IRS but some of them sefek to prepare returns falsely. The unscrupulous re- turn preparer is typically not a tax expert. He thinks that certain “average deductions” can be taken on items such as contributions medical ex­ HAiVfjl uttermilk altine Crackers hunk Light Tuna nriched Flour Id Pal Dog Food .m Iread.Skylark.Special! -16-ox. Loaf Hack Bread [ye Bread kit Dog Buns largarme ■niit Cocktail leinz Baby Food ’aper Napkins le Soap Q74 I ocoa Butter! —Bath Bar ft Mrs. Wright's. Old World Leaf* 39^ Skylark. Regular Leaf 37^ Mrs. Wright's Pkg” Cfcedc TRese tow Prkesi ... s A W toldbrook. Solids —-16-ox. Pkg. Spaghetti Dinner rushed Wheat OC4 42^ Italian............... 8-ox. Pkg. 43# in Style .... .....8-oz. Pkg. 33f Ikieat Sauce l^/a-ox. Pkg. 84# 43 39* 22* 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Page Eight-A Skirts seen very scarce By MARIE EASLEY One aspect that touches every person in the Army corn- er under the classification of ‘^functions.” Whether this term applies to parties or ceremonies certain problems are incurred. .^Normally men don’t have to worry about what in the heck tfiey are going to wear. If a un- iform is not required then the event’s informal. Wouldn’t it be nice if women had this problem solved for them? Ask most men and they will probably say “my wife will scream that she hasn’t got a thing to wear.” When I hear that we are go- ing to a “function” my initial thoughts are “Agg what are the other ladies going to be wearing.” And it never seems to fail I guess wrong. Once we went to an out-door dinner. All very informal. Okay I remember thinking this calls for a skirt and blouse. Carefully checking my Ladies golf meet held The Ft. Hood Women’s Golf Association held a blind tournament recently at An- derson Golf Club. Mrs. G. Featherston took ffrst place ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Friday February 28 1975 2NDSQDN ISTCAV. A monthly coffee was held by the officers’ wives of the 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. in the home of Mrs. Robert Pomeroy Feb. 13. Co-hostesses were Mrs. John R. Greenway and Mrs. Kimball Bannister. Mrs. John Greenway the squadron commander’s wife welcomed Mrs. Billy Joe Bowling and Mrs. William Sparks. Farewell gifts went out to Mrs. Jonathan Searles Mrs. John Epley and Mrs. S heppard W erlein. Mrs. Greenway told the ladies that 13TH AVN. BN. March 13 is the date set for the squadron’s organization day. The next coffee will be held in the home of Mrs. Larry Jackson. 48TH MED. BN. The monthly coffee for the officers’ wives of the 48th Med. Bn. was held Feb. 11 at the home of Mrs. John P. Carr. Co- hostess was Mrs. John H. Reid. The wives welcomed Mrs. Stan R. Sheridan as special guest. Mrs. Sheridan was pre- sented a co rsag and a newcomer plant. MCorpsSocialjVotes A hail and farewell party was hosted recently by the of- ficers and wives of the 13th Avn. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Page Ten-A Almost daily the grinding of heavy construction equipment can be heard in the vicinity of the post motor pool. As bulldozers strip the area of top soil an earth filler replaces the lost material with coarse gravel. Graders com- plete the job by smoothing and leveling the surface. The reason for all this atten- tion to the terrain is expansion to the Post Cannibalization (Can) Point by “D” Co. 62nd Engr. Bn. •Resembling a huge wrecking yard the Can Point operated by the 190th Maint. Co. 169th Maint. Bn. plays a vital role in the installation’s supply and Maintenance system. Here valuable parts are can- nibalized from wrecked equip- ment and used to repair broken or deadline equipment. Countless hours are involved in sorting and cataloguing tijese parts for salvage and re- turning them to the supply 1 Radiation has long been a natural part of our environ- ment but only in relatively rfecent years has it been adapt- ed to military defense purposes. Owing partly to the miscon...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Friday February 28 1975 Daring the heights of a 50- foot-high tower the men of the 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. 2nd Armd. Div. turned out last week to prove that there’s nothing to be scared of when it comes to heights even if the person is dangling from a rope in midair. For a circus trapeze flyer the feel of the heights couldn’t be more exciting. For the trapeze showman swinging in W hat goes up must come down Spring on its way wind coming up The vernal or spring equinox falling on March 21 this year marks the official beginning of spring. On this day light falls equally on the northern and southern hemispheres and day and night are of equal duration everywhere on the earth. Throughout March the sun will continue to rise earlier and to set later each day. On March 1 the sun will rise at 6:58 a.m. while setting at 6:29 p.m. By the final day of March the sun will be rising at 6:21 a.m. and setting at 6:49 p.m. (all times being Central Standard Time). ^Hence by the end of March an additional 5...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Page Twelve-A By KEREN PRATZ If you think “Look Mom on- ly one cavity!” is a good den- ial report maybe you need to change the way you think. If a cavity is discovered each tim you make your semi-annual visit to a dentist ft won’t be long before you have cavities in all your teeth. Unfortunately there are more people who brush after meals and still get cavities than there are people who can say “Look Sfom no cavities!” Since research has shown that 85 to 90 per cent of dental diseases begin in the hidden areas between the teeth and gums it’s easy to see why toothbrushing even after £very bite wouldn’t do the Whole job. Many people are so inept in the use of a toothbrush that they don’t even properly dean the areas on the front and back of the teeth which can and must be cleaned with a toothbrush. The major cause of tooth de- cay and gum disease is bac- terial plaque. (Plak rhymes with Jack) Plaque is com- {josed of millions of bacteria that attach or grow on the sides of the teeth e...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Friday February 28 1975 ow 11 er cen The Army’s effort to reduce Military Occupation Speciality (MOS) mismatch is paying off. The MOS mismatch rate decreased from more than 11 per cent in January 1974 to just above eight per cent by year’s end a reduction in the number of mismatched soldiers from 63800 to 39700. The trend in balancing MOS strength has reduced the number of soldiers serving in over strength MOSs by 33 per cent. pair of gold unsheathed sabers superimposed. While the a iv changes in the maneuver brigades have been the most noteworthy some other divisional units have undergone farsweeping changes. The First Team’s DivAr- ty. for example began the reorganization with two field artillery battalions and finished it with four. The 1st Bn. 6th FA saw few changes as a result of the reorganization and re- mained a self-propelled S 155 a a throughout. The two new battalions include the 2d Bn. 19th FA also a 155th SP battalion which joined the division provisionally in the sprin...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Page Fourteen-A mg£ CHANGE OMAND Aw a NCO OF THE YEAR The 2nd Armd. Div. Certificate of Achievement was awarded to SSG. James Jordan of Hqs. and “A” Co. 124th Maint. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. and to Spec. 4 Kenneth Berchey of HHC 496th Sjt. Bn.f 2nd Armd. Div. Monday afternoon by Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair Commanding General of the 2nd Armd. Div. Jordan was selected as the 2nd Armd. Div. (NCO) of the Year as well as the Ft. Hood NCO of the Year Berchey was named 2nd Armd. Div. soldier of the Year and the Ft. Hood Soldier of the Year. In dual ceremony in Gen. Fair’s office Jordan was awarded the Certificate of A ‘f or meritorious achievement in being selected 2nd Armd Div. NCO of the Year 1974”. He was also presented with a savings bond and 2nd Armd Div. watch by Gen. Fair. “You certainly deserve this. I want to thank you for the wonderful work you’re doing” Gen. Fair told Jordan. “You are the first to receive this new 2nd Armd. Div. watch” he added. Berchey was also presented with the Certif...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Friday February 28 1975 ja Four cagers suspended from team LOOK MA FOUR HANDS Not really but fierce competition such as this battle for a rebound was pre- sent throughout the game as 142nd Sig. boosted their re- cord to 11-0 by beating a red-hot 1st Bn. 66th Arm. team 45-41. The 142nd team almost saw its winning streak snapped and had to pull it out with a last minute rally. (Photo by Kirt Livernois.) SENTINEL Sports Quiz The following is the SENTINEL Sports Quiz involving questions in various sports 1.) This former Ft. Hood resident is now a quarterback at S.M.U. What is his name? 2.) The University of Texas was ranked No. 1 in the country by Sports Illustrated in a 1973 pre-season poll. Texas lost its opener to the University of Miami in ’73. What was the score in that game? 3.) This former University of Texas cage star is now a member of the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters. What is his name? 4.) The Boston Celtics won the NBA title last year with a best-of-seven series with the...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Page Two-B SPORTS Jinx’ chews (es) food BY JERRY ‘'PORKER EED I ’s five o’clock in the afternoon. ry hum id sunny monday in Austin Tex. Not a cloud in the sky. The olive green bus chugs slowly through the rush-hour traffic heading to San Antonio. The riv shifts gears and 11 bodies tir. In the back in Jones makes his ay to his hanging clothes bag. waking sure no one’s looking he ie tly unzips the bag and pulls out a fruit pie and some corn chips. N ext comes a swallow of a 12-ounce Coke and aloud belch. a t’s in Jones fo you always eating. Maybe th a t’s hy he’s considered a hungry allplayer. He just eats up the sport. re ’s only one thing better I like than ating” con- fessed the talented Ft. Hood eager th a t’s playing asketball.” He ta lke about the sport over dinner Tuesday night. I think we have the best team in the ilita ” mentioned the 6’0” 165 lb. guard gnawing on a uarter-Pounder. We have one of the quickest squads around and re ally I don’ thin people know how good we are b...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Friday February 28 1975 BY RICHARD LAMANCE The Army has had among its rank tennis professionals of world fame such as Stan Smith and A rthur Ashe. Marty Jordan has never been invited to Wimbeldon or made a challenge for the Davis Cup yet after 10 years of amateur status the 2nd Armd. Div. ten- nis ace could be on his way to accomplishing the same feats as his famous predecessors. The scene for Jordan’s un- usual beginnings started at a quaint and socially prominent country club nestled in the midst of the Venezuelan jungle. The enthusiastic 10- year-old was taught by a peculiar instructor who at the prime age of 66 not only taught the youngster tennis but played 18 holes of golf and swam 10 laps of the pool each .. /• VA' -tf a S CL- Marty Jordan 2nd Armd. Div. ace Marty trying to net fam day. Young Jordan spent five to six hours daily with the ritish ex tiv who fashioned the youngster into a razor-sharp performer. A small city east of Houston Baytown provided Jordan with a special ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Page Four-B A O W N O W se For those soldiers who look for a little peace and quiet from the noisy barracks life there is a place to retreat to. Each 2nd Armd. Div. chapel is the home of a How Now House” where one can find a reprieve from the hustle and bustle of daily life. The informal friendly at- mosphere which prevails is a welcome change from the clamor of stereos loud voices and televisions in the bar- racks. Upon entering a “How Now House” one can usually find at least half-a-dozen peo- ple intently watching an old movie on TV a jigsaw puzzle waiting on the table for so- meone else to wander by and become intrigued with the partially completed scene and always someone helping himself to the free cookies beverages and snacks availa- ble. Although the 19th St. and 33rd St. Chapels each have their own “How Now House” the 25th St. Chapel boasts its own full-time day room assis- ta t. S ia list 4 Steve Erickson of HHC 1st Bde. de- votes his entire work week As part of Brotherhood...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Friday February 28 1975 By RODGER BROWN wThe enemy lay under trees and shrubs expertly con- cealed in the grass along the edge of the wooded slopes. The terrain was rough. Swampy borders hilly interiors and thickly forested runs along dry creek beds would prove to be major obstacles that the soldiers would have to over- come if they were to prepare the area for friendly occupa- tion. Initial intelligence and re- connaissance revealed the enemy to be ten times the strength of the allied force. The soldiers would face this day with grim determination and softly spoken oaths as they prepared to execute the police mission they were assigned by division headquarters. Operation Clean Sweep would begin at 0830 and plans called for completion of the mission by 1630 of the same day. It would be a monumental Accomplishment one that ftiany would appreciate. The enemy had been building its istrength in the area for months jand this would be the first in- 'cursion into the aggressor’s jterritory...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Page Six-B Electronics session unique in nature Thirty-three enlisted mem- bers and warrant officers of the 13th Corps (COSCOM) participated in a one-of-its- kind class Friday afternoon on Post Oak mountain near Belton Lake. The scene was a tent fille ith desks and airs co le te ith a blackboard and chalk for the instructor. Entitled Communications Electronics” the session was part of the first phase of two 16-week courses which ill prepare graduates for a first- class Federal Communica- tio om mission (FC C) license. The course was initiated to give the 16th Sig. Bn. Elec- tronics maintenance Shop personnel abetter working knowledge of their job and mission. Graduates of this course ill be able to apply hands-on training directly to their current assignments as well as repair commercial TV or radio station eqi. nrent. John Collins and John turn- I 2 CHANGE OF COMMAND a a in a H. Moushegian commander Hq. 1 3 O S O ceremonially relinquished his command to his executive of- ficer Cpt....

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

28 1975 FLOUR 5-POUND BAG lilM IT 1 PLEASE. ADDL'S REG. PRICE 5 7 GOLD FRAME FITS ALL GLASS A (8x10 79c) 5X7 ROOM SIZE \$$i Nfc |*ir RUGS Polyostar 8 N ylon 9x12 Reg. $29.88 I |lK 88 HP TOWELS VflOUR KITCHEN MANY DECORATIVE COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM ALL 1ST 'DUALITY 100% COnON SIZE 16 25 REG. $1.27............... TEXAS GOLD WEDNESDAY WITH THE PURCHASE OF $ 2 .5 0 OR MORE VILLAGE PARK VEGETABLE OIL 24-O BOTTLE LIMIT 1 PLEASE. ADDL'S REG. PRICE PARKLANE CHEWABLE CHILDREN'S MULTIPLE CHILDREN S CHEWABLE itam ins WITH IRON 3 BOTTLE OF 100'S Multiple Vitamins TOO tale ts COTTON CHENILLE BEDSPREADS 5«3 OR SWEETMILK BUTTERMILK I I O a a WOMESTYLE BISCUITS SHASTA LOW CAL DRINKS 16 CHUN KING. DIVIDER PACK Chinese Food *159 CHUN KING CHOW MEIN N00D1ES 53* CHUN KINC 5-O BTL. SOY SAUCE. 3 3 TREESWEET GRAPEFRUIT JUICE rSk 8 5 GOOD BREAD. 41c PARK MANOR 2% MILK PARK ANOR BISCUITS ST PINTOS POUND CELLO LIMIT 1 PLEASE. ADDL'S REG. PRICE m/Atittum i/qkw ikm lA tm PARKLANE SPECIAL CARE LOTION I5-0Z WITH D...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Page Eight-B The aid Armd. Div. is the only armored diviaon in the United States to possess the sophisticated Tube-launched Optically tracked Wire com- and link guided issle system known as TOW. The men of the 1st Bn. 50th Inf. (1/50) are training soldiers to an le th co machinery. “There’s 1001 things you can Musiclicated Love might make the world go round but it’s music that lets the good times roll. The 13th COSCOM Entertainment Center is helping to make the good times roll. According to SSG. Louis Whitehead NCO in charge (NCOIC) “the main purpose for the center is to provide everyone with a good time by providing them entertainment or helping them get started if they want to be entertainers.” He said the center is open dai- ly from 1:00 to 10:30 p.m. for individuals wishing to “beat th ru of aily routine.” W hitehead further adds “musical instruments of all sorts are available for use from the center on a first- com first-serv asis.” Among the instruments are various types of dr...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Friday February 28 1975 A dventure train in includes swim class A soldier may not know it but that fatigue uniform he grudgingly pulls on every morning may be useful for something else besides wear- ing. It may be used for flota- tion. Two officers of the 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. 2nd Armd. Div. have been conducting a “survival swimming” course at the post indoor pool to show men of 2/1 Cav. how their fatigue uniform can help them float on water. The course be- ing conducted by 1st Lt. George Summers and 1st Lt. Richard Scott is part of a “ad- venture training” project be- ing conducted by the squadron. “Once your fatigue uniform is wet it can hold air and keep you afloat” explained Maj. Jan Gray squadron S-3 who originated “adventure train- ing” for the unit. In survival swimming the men of 2/1 Cav. are shown that by tying a knot in each of the sleeves of a wet fatigue shirt it can hold air. The shirt must be buttoned except for the top button. The soldier then takes the shirt arid places...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Page Ten-B The following is the movie schedule for the week of Feb. 2$th thru March 6 tonight thru Thursday. THEATER NUMBER ONE- HEADQUARTERS AVENUE Friday Feb. 28 “Hariy arid Tonto” (R) 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. {Saturday March 1 “Dark Star” (G) 1:30 and 3:30p.m. “Black Gunn” (R) 6:30p.m. “Wattstax” (R) 8:30 p.m. and “Carry on Camping” (R)' 10:30p.m. Sunday March 2 “Phan- tom of the Paradise” (PG) 1:303:305:30 and 7:30 p.m. Monday March 3 “Phan- tom of Paradise (PG) 6:30' and 8:30 p.m. Tuesday March 4 “Black Belt Jones” (R) 6:30and 8:30 p.m. Wednesday March 5 “St- ing of the Dragon Masters” (R) 6:30 and 8:30p.m. Thursday March 6 “The Great Gatsby” (PG) 6:30and 9:15 p.m. THEATER NUMBER TWO WEST FT. HOOD Friday Feb. 28— “Phantom of the Paradise” (PG) 8:30 p.m. Wednesday March 5 ‘The Great Gatsby” (PG) 7 p.m. hursday arch 6 “Black Belt Jones” (R) 7 p.m. NOTE: Beginning March 1st the West Ft. Hood theater will only be open on Wed- nesdays Thursdays and Fridays. THEATER NUMBER THREE 612nd STRE...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Friday February 28 1975 JEFFEREY was wandering about the streets of New York over the weekend and found himself stupified by the living mannequin that confronted him in one of the store windows. Foregoing the temptation to stand out- side and stare with the rest of the boys Jeff composed FHTV Monday .March 3 8a.m. —Weather-FHNews 8:12 a W ial's Happening 8:30 a Chre and Concern 8:45 a .— Def eise of Cbnwys from Anfcush 9:15am Free People 9:35 a .— Types of Discharge Oertifimtes 10:21 a Land of theHigfi Sty 10:41am. Intro toSmall Arms 10:57a 45Cal Pistol Gen Orientation 11:10am. —.45Cal Pistol Ftinctioring 11:20 am —TheSokfieis' Heritage 11:48am Dallas Southwest NOON—Weather FH News 12:12pm. —What’s Haipering 12:30pm. —Careand Concern 12:45 pm Rifle MlfiAl Op Cde of Functioning and Immediate Action 1:03 Checks InspA Adj of lYack 1:17 The Guns at Springfield 1:45 Crew Duties Firing FY Range Chrd Data (M#A1) 2:15 Special Breed 2:40 p.m Some Thlk About Ftol Rooms & On Mils 3:07 p.m ...

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