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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Page Twelve-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice to Public 010 A E N IO N ILITA IL O S re ill military om petency lass given on Tuesday. 4 arch 1975 at The Texas Pow er and Light Building 317 •North 2d S treet a 1900 hours for those •pilots who ish get their FAA Com- Vnercial elicopter License. The test will be given bv FAA on W ednesday 5 ■March 1975. Cost will be $15 per person Tor the class. For more information call 'Bills Bates. 699-1577 634-4352 699-9009. (2-28) 'Entertainment 012 'NOTICE ALL HORSE FANS. A new rid- 'ing stable has been opened 9 wiles South pf Killeen on 440. Beautiful fat horses. Spirited and fast or slow and gentile. W western Lessons. Rent Horses. Group jtrail id $3 er hour. E S E 'S CHAPPARRAL RANCH 6°4-9035. (2-28) BUSINESS SERVICES B'king Tax Service 031 INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED W HILE YOU WAIT. O r leave vour form and pick them up on payday. -Rates ta a $5. HEIGHTS BOOK­ E E IN SERVICE 103 E ast Mock- in a ts O 9-9 W weekdays and 8-12 Weekends. 699-3789 or 699-9229...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 February 1975

Friday February 28 1975 Saves mother and sons A t. Hood soldier who rescued a mother and two boys from a wrecked automobile la A iv a Certificate of Citation from the Texas State Legislation last eek rin a com and formation of the 1st Bn. 8 8 Trooper receives citation Celaya giving his best in time and effort to help my family. I’m sure that you are proud of Mr. Celaya and that he is an inspiration to his fellow man. He will always be remem bered and revered by me and my family. I hope there is some way to officially re- cognize his heroism. th Cav. 1st Cav. Div. The man who received re- cognition for his heroic ac- tions is Pfc. Manuel Celaya a motor pool mechanic assigned to die 1st a th Cav’s Com­ bat Support (CS) Co. Texas State Representative a a ho represents the district sur- rounding Ft. Hood sponsored the citation in the Texas State ouse here it as uii- animously approved. Celaya’s efforts were brought to the at- tention of the state govern- ment by the officers of his comm...

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

Page Fourteen-B academ yL A S S The Most Interesting Store In The Southwest” Reg. Retail $2895 2 S-Jt-W -I-M SARDINES 46 oz. JELLO J* DIET DRINKS Beach Cliff Reg. 49* .................................... GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ★Compare at 25c ........................................ Hoffm an 12 O i. Can Compare at 25* ★Choose from 4 lavo rs ...................... ...... CAKE MIXES ★Betty Crocker ALL GROCERIES (10 am 4 pm) JAVIT CRYSTAL 8 HIGH BALL GLASSES No. 3716 Reg. $10.95 NOW 8 BEVERAGE GLASSES No. 3712 Reg. $9.00 New .. DENTURE CLEANSING SYSTEM Sonic Action Recommended By Dentist $ 1 2 8 8 REDWOOD 6 FT. PICNIC TABLE with BENCHES Reg. 49.95 in yL 20 GAL. PLASTIC $0/| 95 TRASH CANS yL Reg. $3.29 $ 1 9 9 NOW ONLY Baby Ben ALARM CLOCKS $5 Compare a $10 ea. ea. Your Choice (10 pm-12 eMiifM) $A90 $Q 60 PEDRO HANDBLOWN WINE GLASSES 60 Made In Germany Reg. 36.50 NOW A ABOVE CRYSTAL FROM 9 am 12 midnight or W il. Supply Lasts I .............. ELASTIC STRETCH CORD Reg. 39* 4 1 Reg. 49e 3 1 Reg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

VOL. 33 NO. 51 facility. BY A.D. PITTMAN Members of the armed forces are persuaded to a great extent by the so called “fringe benefits” that rightfully belong to an active duty serviceman or woman and their families. Things like Post Exchange privileges govern- ment insurance commissary and medical care go along way to make the military occupation an attractive and lucrative one. Perhaps first of importance on the list of service at- tached “bennies” is the medical care extended by the services to the member and his family. Personnel at Ft. Hood are well protected in this area by the umbrellas of medical care offered military families at Darnall Army Hospital a modem and well staffed medical treatment facility. Such a medical complex is not available however to service people in all parts of the world. CHAMPUS To protect retired personnel and their dependents de- pendents of deceased members either active duty or re- tired and the dependents of active duty personnel when the service...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

Page 'Two-A Play it safe play safely With the advent of warm balmy temperatures spring seems to have arrived in Central Texas and specifically Ft. Hood. During this last weekend alone we noticed the electronic temperature display at a local bank read 76 degrees. Even though spring has arrived it doesn’t immediately eliminate all problems of the family. We’re sure you are familiar with the youngsters wondering through the house moaning about having nothing to do and looking longingly at the great outdoors. This is even though they each have toy boxes stuffed full from last Christmas or birthday. Now you believe the spring and summer weather will get them out of the house and off your raw nerves. Yet children are still children. Many of their actions indicate that they don’t know or else don’t care about the results of their outdoor play. Last week on another warm day we were driving through one of the post housing areas. Along one street three young girls were having fun scaring moto...

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

Friday March 7 1975 (continued from page 1) community for similar care are taken into consideration in determining the allowable charges. For inpatient care payment for active duty dependents will be made when the patient’s share amounts to $25 or a total bill based on $3.70 per day whichever is greater. For all others the patient’s share of the bill is 25 per cent of the medical facility charges and professional fees. The balance of the bill is paid by CHAMPUS. In the case of outpatient care the patient pays the first $50 in a given fiscal year. This amounts to the deductible but in addition the patient pays a percentage of the total allowable charges above the $50. For a family of two or more beneficiaries who file claims the maximum de- ductible in a given fiscal year is $100. The percentage paid by the spouse or dependent children above the de- ductible is 20 per cent for active duty dependents. All other allowable charges are paid by CHAMPUS. The percentage paid by others is 25...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

Page Four-A E CHANGE COMMAND Aw a The Ft. Hood junior and senior non-commissioned of- fic rs of th a ere honored Monday Feb. 24 by Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. Ill Corps and Ft. Hood com- manding general. Staff Sgt. James H. Jordan “A” Co 124th Maint. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. and Spec. 4 Ken- neth J. Berchey HHC 498th Spt. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. were presented with the Army Com- mendation Medal. In addition to the Army Commendation Medals both men were presented $100 sav- wings bonds presented by the Ft. Hood Central Post Funds. $50 savings bonds presented by the Non-com missioned Of- ficers Club System and a ia ark in tic authorizing them to park in re- served. parking spaces at the post exchange and NCO clubs for one year. NCO PARADE Roles were reversed recent- ly when members of the 720th MP Bn. held their monthly parade. Noncommissioned of- ficers assumed the ceremonial com and positions usually held by officers while the bat- talion staff and company of- ficers were spectators. Command ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

4 March 7 1975 CRAGMONT Diet Drinks O S. -J Pear Halves Lucerne Low-Fat. Nutritious! Safeway Special! hocolate Milk alf & Half Buttermilk Pimiento Cheese Macaroni Salad Potato Topping S 4 7* Town Con a lu a Lucaraa B-oz. Spread Ctn. Lucaraa. 8 -o Bacon & Chlva Ctn. '^Tfcb W ok VohmM #7 TheFunk&Wkgnalls NewEncydopedia Trac II Blades Gillette. 9-Ct. 1 JL~7 Razor Blades Pkg. I .O Gillette Razor Super Double Edge O O Adjustable —Each .O Cragmont. Assorted Flavors Safeway Special! 12-or. Cans Cut. Tender and Tasty! Safeway Special! Pork & Beans Knee Hi Hose Cat Food Deodorant Soap Facial Tissues (k Truly Fin*. Soft! —200-Ct. Box Marshmallows Inst. Chocolate £.“88* Pinto Beans jsTJisaw a* 77* TOWN HOUSE WHITE MAGIC Green Beans I Sponges 16-oz. Cans TOWN HOUSE Potatoes rt Town House. Hearty Flavor! Safeway Special! Safeway Brand Safeway Special! kat-nip. Thrifty! Safeway Special! kt63* Hair Spray Hair Spray Adorn Firm & Free 13-oz. Can New ★Sliced or ★Whole Safeway Spec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

Page Six-A Testing continues By CECIL GREEN To create the most realistic combat situation possible without using live ammuni- tio ern ter tech lo and train soldiers will join forces for a major test at Ft. Hood in March. The test being conducted by eadquarters MASSTER (M modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) will examine anew type of armored cavalry pla- toon in the realistic maneuvers against an aggressor force. According to test officers at A SST ER a lis in simulated combat action has been an elusive goal in all pre- vious Army tests and ex- ercises because all actions were based primarily on human judgement. For example an umpire or observer watched an action from his viewpoint then he would notify another umpire that “Tank No. 43 just scored a hit on Tank No. 29— I think.” Now two te r- operated electronic systems will enable our test officers to assess relative firepower in the most realistic situation we can conceive” said Lieute- nant Colonel R.D. Kittelso...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

^Friday March 7 1975 Advanced elements of the "3rd “Trident” Bde. of the 2nd •?Armd. Div. left Ft. Hood last ^Tuesday am id tears well wishers and cold weather to begin forming together the ele- merits of the Brigade ’75 in Germany. On hand for the departure {^cerem ony at Robert Gray j^Arm Airfield at West Ft. jj’Hood were Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. Ill Corps and Ft. *vHood Commander Maj. Gen. 2*-Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. «*Div. commander Maj. Gen. ZrRobert M. Shoemaker Deputy *111 Corps and Ft. Hood com- mander Brig. Gen. Warner S. Goodwin 2nd Armd. Div. asst a r. Roy J. *Smith civilian aide to the *5 Secretary of the Army 5th Army area Danny R. Hurd Mayor of Harker Heights and p* wives children and even dogs. I*. All were there to bid farewell to approximately 65 officers a noncom missioned of- ficers. Colonel William F. Goad 3rd *tBde. commander stated that *«the brigade is “Proud to be the Jffirst unit to represent the ^Army and the concept of Bde. m'75. The soldiers are anxi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

Page Eight-A irty -th ree Ft. Hood soldiers have proved the Army means what it says as far as helping a person get an education.” Despite the recent post-wide field exercise the soldier-students enrolled in Central Texas College’s (CTC) “Communications Electonics” course had their scheduled class. Of the 33 students 20 are as- signed to the 16th Sig. Bn. 13th COSCOM. In the past soldiers attending school often missed class because of week-long maneuvers. Rather than have The 96th Trans. Co. (Heavy Truck) 180th Trans. Bn. has been selected by MASSTER to test civilian Mack trucks for possible use as military vehicles according to 1st. Lt. Dorothy France assistant operations officer for the bat- talion. Inflation has caused the purchase price of the Army’s M746 10-ton trucks to rise to such high levels that the U.S. Army Logistics Command at Ft. Lee estimates that a possi- ble $50000000 could be saved if conversion is made to the civilian trucks. The 96th will work with MASSTER from th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

Friday March 7 1975 HQS. DIVARTY O fficers’ wives of Hqs. DivArty attended a recent coffee hosted by Mrs. Robert L. Schroeder. Corsages and plants were presented to newcomers Mrs. DISCOM Officer’s wives of Head- quarters DISCOM met at the home of Mrs. Laddie Cox for their February coffee. Mrs. Arthur Junot informed the group of up-coming events. She welcomed newcomers Mrs. Robert Campbell Mrs. Thomas Murray Mrs. Jack Sauer and Mrs. William Workman. A farewell memen- to was presented to Mrs. James Taylor. The next meeting will be a cooperative salad luncheon at the Killeen home of Mrs. Car- rol Dickerson on March 12. 2ND BN. 7TH CAV. The 2d Bn. 7th Cav. will host the Officer’s Dining In 7 p.m. arch 18 in the ain ballroom of the Ft. Hood Of- ficer’s Open Mess. All “Garry Owen” Officers past present active and retired are cordial- ly invited to attend. Contact NON-DIVISIONAL WIVES The III Corps and Non- divisional Enlisted Men and Non-commissioned Officers’ Wives Club held a coffee on ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

Page Ten-A ardening safety urged A ccording to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety om ission more than 120000 lawn and gardening en- thusiasts will be involved in accidents this year associated with yard and garden equip- ment. The Ft. Hood Post Exchange system reveals this informa- tion as a word of caution to its customers as the Exchange prepares to feature its lines of yard equipment for military families who are anxious to get busy on lawns and gardens. Heading the list of products involved in personal injury are power accessories. Power lawn mowers for example are annually associated with over 60000 injuries that re- quire hospital emergency room care and countless lesser cases that go unreport- ed but cause pain and injury just the same. A look at accidents over the past few years reveals major patterns associated with CHMSE COMMAND timd) /4W4RDS The 502nd AG Co. 2nd Armd. Div. was named the 2nd Armd. Div. “Division Troops” Honor Dining Facility for the month of January. In a pr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

Friday March 7. 1975 SPORTS Big Jack gets sleepy loses Inverrary lead By Jerry “Porker” Reed Jack Nicklaus has finally gotten off his Serta mattress and given up his Rip Van Winkle act. Slowly but surely with help of a No-Doz and Mrs. Olsen’s coffee he’s begin- ning to wake up. Yes The Golden ear” is no longer the sleeping giant that has been haunting professional golfers for years. He’s just gotten his eyes open enough to look towards more victories and silence the Johnny Miller fans. He’s shoeing signs of regaining the form which made him the richest golfer and personal friend of Henry Block. About forty more winks and he’ll be ready to cap- ture yet another title. Jack cam close last weekend as he carried a three- shot lead into the last seven holes of the Jackie Gleason Inverrary Open. Still rubbing his eyes Nicklaus blew the lead with four three-puts and finally Bob Murphy took the crown. Naturally Nicklaus was upset over his performance. “D ejected?” said Jack I guess so. Woul...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

Page Two-B Ivtl. THE BIG MEN Ft. Sill’s John Thornton (10) and Johnny Jones (31) show their dominance of boards in last Saturday's game with the Tankers. Ft. Sill won the By JERRY REED Sports Editor Willie Jones was doing this a tt illo thin la weekend. He and his posse hitched up their buckboards crossed the Red River into Oklahoma and had a shootout with the Ft. Sill Cannoneers. W ell like they say in Gunsmoke he drew a blank. In fact Willie and his men had to catch the fastest stage back to Texas in lieu of being ridden out of town on a rail. The gunfight started last Friday night at Honeycut Gym when John Thornton and Johnny Jones unloaded their six -g on t. ood’s bewildered offense which tallied only 67 points 49 below their average. It was Jones and Thornton the pistol-packing big men of the Cannoneers that gave Ft. Sill a well-deserved 82-67 vic- tory avenging two earlier losses to the Tankers. Two following afternoon after a brief retreat and some mmm'i TAKE A LOOK Ft. Hood'...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

Friday March 7 1975 ttC rch buses available 4- ■t. ||v'VV’ Increased costs for acquir- ||-4:ing the services of nursery at- **VMendants on Sunday mornings has forced the cancellation of the use of the Post Nursery Services by chaplains during the Sunday worship service hours. However Bldg. 441 of the Religious Education Center will be available as a nursery facility to those persons at- tending the worship services on Sunday mornings. The Religious Education Center is located behind the Academic Drive Service Club. The center offers courses in marriage enrichment as well as a survey of the Bible. in of transportation to the Post Religious Schools each Sunday should have few problems since military transportation is provided along four routes within the post housing area. The first runs are scheduled to deliver passengers to the Religious Education Center for Protestant Post Sunday School classes 9:20-10:30 a.m. Later routes are scheduled to iv a at Meadows School for Catholic School...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

Page Four-B 13 TH OQBOGM"15 The recently completed Physical Fitness Center locat- ed behind the COSCOM Grapel at the comer of 58th St. and Central Ave. has been de- signated as the COSCOM Gym. Large enough to accomodate two basketball games on the court at the same time the new $609000 complex is manned by the 1st Pers. and Admin. Bn. Among the new facilities of- fered by the gym is a badmin- ton and two volley ball courts two handball courts or a squash court with spectator alleries and an exercise room a sauna and a whirlpool bath. On weekdays and Saturdays the gym opens at 10:30 a.m. and closes at 10 p.m on weekdays and 8 p.m on Saturdays. Sunday the hours are from 1 to 6 p.m. Women wishing to take ad- vantage of the sauna and whirlpool facilities are en- couraged to make an appoint- ment with the staff prior to their arrival to insure privacy. Separate lockers are available for men and women. GOOD EATING The COSCOM Best Dining Facility Award for the 2nd Quarter fiscal year 1975 ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

arch 7. 1975 •STEAKHOUSE STEAKS* STEAKHOUSE PORTERHOUSE STEAK STEAKHOUSE BOHELESS CLUB STEAK .............. STEAKHOUSE BONELESS IP O IN STEA STEAKHOUSE BONELESS TOP ROUND STEAK STEAKHOUSE BONELESS EYE-OF-ROUND STEAK ■. STEAKHOUSE BONELESS CUBE S E A .............. jr. mmmmm CHUCK STEAK JTEAKHOUSE O P° UND •RAIN-FED MATURE EXTRA LEAN IHEAVY BEEF ................ W W Park manor Hl-C ALL FLAVORS W DRINKS 46-OUNCE CAN TEXAS GOLD 1 7 3 WEDNESDAY W I THE PURCHASE OF $ 2 .5 0 OR MORE GOLD STAR VALUE PARK A N O SOFT LB. TUB MARGARINE DEL MONTE 8 -O CAN 59 TOMATO SAUCE 1 3 JOAN OF ARC CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL olden I POUND $ 1 9 POUND 1 6 9 POUND 1 4 9 .POUN $ 1 6 9 POUND $ 4 9 •STEAKHOUSE ROASTS* STEAKHOUSE CENTER CUT CHUCK ROAST. STEAKHOUSE BONELESS CHUCK ROAST. STEAKHOUSE SHOULDER ARM O A S STEAKHOUSE BEEF RIB STEAK GRAIN-FED MATURE HEAVY BEEF POUND ....................................................... STEAKHOUSE BONELESS PIKES PEAK ROAST S ltA IU S IU S STEAKHOUSE BONELESS BRISKET R...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

Page Six-B The following is the movie schedule for the coming week March 7 thru 13. THEATER NUMBER ONE- HEADQUARTERS AVENUE Friday March 7 “Island at the Top of the World” (G) 6:30 and 8:45 p.m. S a tu rd a arch 8 Island at the Top of the World” (G) 1:30 and 3:45 p.m. “Baby Love” (R) 6:30 p.m. “Man With the Golden Gun” (PG) 8:30 p.m. “The Soul of Nigger Charley” (R) 10:30 p.m. Sunday March 9 “The Man With the Golden Gun” (PG) 1:30 46:30and9 p.m. Monday March 10 “The Man With the Golden Gun” (PG) 6:30 and 9p.m. Tuesday March 11 “The Man With the Golden Gun” (PG) 6:30 and 9 p.m. The Ft. Hood Archaelogical Society is an organized groip of amateur excavators de- dicated to study the pre- history and history of Hood and establish how ancient man adjusted to the environment of the area.” irs lieu ten a raig McKee is president of the society and Spec. 7 James L. Shirrah is the survey director of the group. S hirrah is responsible for insuring' that the members do not violate the Federal An...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

Friday March 7 1975 As Buffalo Bob and Howdy Doody used to say “Okay gang what time is it?” Wintertime? In Texas who can tell? Daylight-savings time? Maybe but what are they go- ing to do with all the daylight they save? Add on another week at the end of the year? No it’s “Give-Ourselves-A- Pat-On-The-Back” time and if the media pats itself any harder it’ll give itself a case of Towering Whiplash. In a scenario right out of a Kurt Vonnegut novel the media fashion an award and once a year present it to a a themselves and express their wonder and appreciation of it all. In the last few years the number of awards has grown until now there’s an award for practically everything the media think do or say. There are Oscars Grammies American Music Awards the various titles roll on. But the categories of awards are what begin to delve into the abstract. If the categories get any more specialized they’ll be giving an award for best footage shot by a left- handed cameraperson in a month beginn...

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