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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

Page Eight-B BUSINESS SERVICES B'king Tax Service 031 SCHIRM ER INCOME TAX SERVICE Your om e-O ur Office $5 Up Dailv 9-9 by ap in tm en t. Call marry Schirm er (USA et) 634-0885. (4-4) Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 inch Portable with Built- in Antena. ented bv the Day Week or Month. Come bv and Make Your Selec- tion fro O ur Large Stock. monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 W est Rancier Ave. illeen .................................................634-4742 (tfn) Misc. Services 063 PATS COIN SHOP COINS STAMPS SUPPLIES A N METAL DETECTORS 8TH ST. KILLEEN 526-5584 Coins & Supplies A uthentic Indian Jew elry (N avaio Hopi Zuni Santo Domingo) HUNTLEY'S COIN GALLERY A cross rom cDonald's On Rancier RENTALS A partm ents Furn. 072 THE VILLAGE APARTMENTS ^Efficiency *1-2-3 bedroom *Swimming Pool *Covered Parking *Tennis Court *Mini Storage LUXURY FOR LESS 1810 arlandwood Road Temple 778-5000 REAL ESTATE City Property 090 Your Home W ill Sell Better When It Is A PALA...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

Friday. arch 7 1 9 7 5 *-f4 W H* ft s. HEY WHAT’S GOING ON—As soon as these men from the 2nd Sqdn. Lst Cav. 2nd Armd. Div. get off the Chinook they find themselves sprawled on the ground under harsh commands from a group of military “We have to assume that he is hurt somewhere and can’t move” Cpt. John M. Carter’s voice was tense as the men of “B” Trp. 2nd Sqd. lst Cav. 2nd Armd. Div. huddled rest- lessly around him. Captain Carter “B” Trp. commander as well as the men who listened eagerly to his instructions had slept little the night before. Men from B” rp. comprised the a tro ls used to capture prisoners on the escape and evasion course staged by the squadron to expose its men to the hardships encountered in concentration camps. The lack of sleep barely and readies for ounders’ Day ro ram During the past month the 2nd Armd. Div. Band has been in the midst of preparations for the West Point Founder’s Day celebration which will be held March 14 at the Ft. Hood Officers’ Club. Accor...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 March 1975

Page Ten-B Mrs. Vera Coles whose husband’s a tanker likes the Army. And likes to talk about it. “Charlie wasn’t in the Army when we first got married. But after awhile we decided to give Army life a try. “One of his reasons for joining and for reenlisting is college. He says that although it might take a little longer in the Army it’s easier and a whole lot cheaper. “The medical benefits are important to us too. Our bills would have been impossible as civilians. Plus the doctors have been outstanding. You know they don’t treat you like you’re just another case. “But oasically we’re staying in because we’re happy here as a family. And I think that’s the best reason of all!’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL. FORT HOOD TEXAS "The Army’s been good to this Army wife.” $ 'U 2* W Today’s Army gets better every time a good family reenlists Friday March 7 1975

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

VOL. 33 NO. 52 E BY BOB ALLEN The big guns were silent Tuesday and hundreds of arching troops were somewhere else when Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. passed the III Corps and Ft. Hood Colors and along with them his com- mand to then Maj. Gen. Robert M. Shoemaker. Moments later Lt. Gen. Burdett and the new com ander’s wife Mary Alice (Tuke as she is known to most) carried out the second phase of the dual Change of Command and Promotion Ceremony by pinning a third star on each shoulder of Ft. Hood’s new commander. Playing cat and mouse with post of- ficials throughout the day Mother Nature had forced a cancellation of more elaborate ceremonies scheduled for Prichard Stadium with heavy ground fog overcast skies and a threat of thun- derstorms moving the event indoors to Palmar Theatre. Shortly before the ceremony began however the skies lightened and the ap- propriate weather conditions for an out- door ceremony appeared. By this time however it was too late to again change locations. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Page Two (2) By McCl Am I destined forever to be one step behind the social times? Each time I think that I am finally really ‘with it’ I find on- ce again that I have been outdistanced. This fact was brought home to me in force twice this week. I had finally learned all the words to a popular song and was putting them forth in fine voice as I washed the dinner dishes when my teenaged daughter came into the room. She paused to listen for a moment then commented airily “Oh Mom do you still like that song? You really do remember all the oldies don’t you?” But that is not as bad as trying to keep abreast of the latest dances. To keep up with the times in that area you need a score card. How well I remember Chubby Checker and the inception of the ‘twist’. I was on a sojourn to the Northern States at the time and was in New York City when it started. Anyone else of that era will remember HISTORIC LANDMARK In the near future a marker will be placed on this site south of the 2nd Armd. Div....

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

Jf -Friday March 14 1975 & I person can e” and described his circumstances of promotion command and stabilization at Ft. Hood. Having pointed out the items of good fortunes he was offered he quickly snapped jovially “But I’ll take it.” Speaking briefly on the challenges ahead and his aspirations to meet those challenges with the aid and cooperation of trooDS and citizens of Ft. Hood and the surrounding areas the new Commander said “I ask all of you to work friendly in the months ahead and show you care. I want you to know I do care.” Lieutenant General Shoemaker entered West Point Military Academy in July 1943 and was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Infantry upon his gradua- tion from the Academy June 41946. Working his way through the ranks the general came to Ft. Hood following com- pletion of his third tour in Vietnam as Deputy Commander and Chief of Staff III Corps and Ft. Hood in August 1970. He became the Deputy Commanding General of MASSTER Aug. 1 1971 and Air cav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Page Four 1 BY PERKINS MCKENZIE What’s your definition of a pusher? Is it that swanky dressed dude with the big shiny hog slithering down the block passing out tokens of joy to the shaking undernourished neurotic individuals hid- ing in the shadows? Or is it the guy who lives in your bar- racks or neighborhood who always seems to have lots of money and whom you sus- pect of shady dealings but are never real- ly sure? These people just might be pushers then again they may not be. However it’s a certain bet that you never suspect those friends of yours that you visited last week. You know the ones. Remember the night all of you got a little bit tipsy at the club and then came home for a few more? How about yourself? Are you a pusher? No? Well now wait a minute. Have you ever insisted that your friend have one more for the road? Have you ever said to Advertising Don’t vegetate get out and live Each week we hear someone describe their weekend and just how they had nothing to do. Conside...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Friday March 14 1975 Dragon is the medium range (200 meters) anti-tank missile system similar in many I ANYONE CAN DRAW Mr. Ted Kolodziej director of the craft center stat- ed “Anyone can draw if they can write their name it doesn’t take much talent if you have the desire it compensates for Dragon instructors undergo training Another member of the tube- launched optically-tracked wire-guided missile system family called the Dragon is putting more fire and teeth in- to the infantry of the 2nd Armd. Div. Men of the 2nd Bn. 41st (Mech.) Inf. (2/41) are in the business of taming and teaching the Dragon. modified insignia approved The Army has modified its policy concerning subdued in- signia. Enlisted personnel now have the option of wearing sub- dued sew-on grade insignia in lieu of the pin-on type. Commissioned and warrant ffic rs ay ear non- subdued insignia on headgear if authorized by their major command. In another insignia change enlisted soldiers now have the option of wearing b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Page Six Mrs. Burdett honored at farewell tea The Occident Room of the Ft. Hood Officers’ Open Mess was the scene for a farewell tea held in honor of Mrs. Allen M. Burdett Jr. wife of the de- parting III Corps and Ft. Hood commander. The informal tea was given by the Officers’ Wives Club (OWC) and was hosted by Mrs. Robert S. LaMonte president of the OWC. Approximately 400 women came to bid Mrs. Burdett farewell. “Mrs. Burdett is one of the most gracious ladies I’ve ever met” Mrs. LaMonte stated as she presented Mrs. Burdett with a farewell gift of a paint- ing of a Texas rural scene by Brookie Boles. In accepting the gift Mrs. Burdett said I ’m re a overc om Farewell remarks are the hardest to say but are part of our lives in the Army.” Special guests included Mrs. James R. Lindley Mrs. Tom- my J. Mills Mrs. Clark Potter Mrs. Beverly E. Powell Mrs. Elwood Shemwell and Mrs. Roy J. Smith. Other guests in- clu ded Mrs. Daniel B. Cullinane Jr. Mrs. C. E. El- lison Mrs. Jack Hemingway M...

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

Friday March 14 1975 1ST BN. 41ST INF. The eb ru ary hail and farewell for officers and ladies of the 1st Bn. 41st Inf. was held at a local restaurant Fri- day evening Feb. 28. Captain Larry J. Campbell and officers df the Cmbt. Spt. Co. hosted the tie and coat affair. Lieutenant Colonel Robert E. Moss battalio com mander welcomed two new couples Cpt. and Mrs. John Reitzell the battalion S-l and Cpt. and rs. rederick Gwen the battalion signal of- ficer. A formal thank you was given to pt. avid L. Swartzlander and HHC for ar- ranging two recent family events the super supper and Brigade ’75 briefing. The March hail and farewell will be hosted by HHC March 22. 17TH ENG. BN. “B” Co. of the 17th Eng. Bn. hosted the February hail and farewell for the officers and ladies of the battalion. Captain and Mrs. Donald Willhouse hosted the party at the clubhouse of their local apart- ment complex. Lieutenant Colonel Robert erm million welcomed a newcomer Lt. Ed Enriquez assigned as battalion com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Page Eight i: ■3» 3: 4' S: ^STEADY AND READY Members of the *)401st Military Police (MP) Co. of the 720th t‘MP Bn. are shown practicing at the Pilot ^Knob Pistol Range. The marksmen are 1.1 .1 ti I Ti I: 1: i»'j ST I: 1 /m /a fp /m /u a -/ry/ng -fo et a t?)// passed ‘s/jtin Patrick's Pa/ A 6 S rc /fT E is a (AJcr 70 Miur/OM *30nYl6 Atyt&CANS shooting from the crouch position with Army Model 1911A1.45 calibre pistols at targets of 15 meters distance. (Photo by Bobby Bolden). a t/o/t'Jay UtMamd Cnsetf 'Speatercf fouse+l Si.Fkmick's mH WI /a N V'(M g. iV S j* S Pat& a so a as Ft. Hood Marksmanship Unit trains top The Ft. Hood Advanced Marksmanship Unit (AMU) headed by Cpt. Harry A. Speaker III is busy all year long keeping the eyes of Ft. Hood personnel right on target. I responsibilities of the AMU to assist units in the conducting of annual weapons qualifica- tion required by Army regula- tions for every soldier in service. In addition to this mission the AMU sponsors the Ft....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Friday March 14 1975 Two changes have taken place recently in educational assistance for service person- nel. One of the changes con- cerns the In-service College Tuition Assistance program and the other has to do with the GI Bill Education and Training program. The In-service College Tui- tion Assistance program which is available to active du- ty personnel is set up to pay 75 per cent of tuition costs for members who take vocational technical and academic col- lege classes. Tuition is no longer available to officers who have earned a bachelor’s degree but enlisted personnel are still eligible for tuition as- sistance. GI Bill benefits which are available to either active duty military personnel or veterans who have served more than 180 days (any part of which oc- curred after Jan. 31 1955 en- title those eligible to 1.5- months of education or part time training for each month of service not to exceed 45 months. Those who are eligible for GI Bill benefits may choose from a wide ra...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Page Ten iOTE: 4AJ0R SERVICE I0URS VARY— LEASE CALL ORAN APPOINTMENT TOGETHER AGAIN The DePerios have a common bond as brothers in the 2nd Armd. Div. as cannoneers with Div. Arty. Julius and Romulo DePerio are as­ axpayers selling their homes may be able to defer the tax on the profit from the sale according to the Internal Revenue Service. To gain this tax benefit tax- payers must buy and occupy another principal residence within one year before-or one year after-the sale of the old house. Additional time is al- lowed if (1) you construct a new residence or (2) you were OPEN DAILY 8:30 8:30 773-6567 om sale profits tax ay be eferred on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces. Following enactment of a new tax bill recently signed in- to law by the President Servicemembers once again have four years to reinvest the profits earned from the sale of a home. A technicality re- duced the time period to one year in June 1973 but the new law reinstates the four-year period retroactive to June ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Friday March 14 1975 BY MA J. DARLO L. INBERG CHI E F A I E N A MINISTRATION DIVISION The Patient Administration Division (PAD) carries on many varied functions related to the administration of pa- tients. A & INITIATES CLINICAL RECORDS When first admitted to the sp ital atie ts are in terviewed by a member of the PAD in the Admissions and Dispositions Office. Informa- tion obtained during this in- terview is used to initiate the clinical rec rd The ro fessional and nursing staff add to the record while the patient is on the ard. When dis- charged the record returns to the PAD where a narrative summary and others medical documents are transcribed by the stenographic section the diagnoses are coded and the record is completed the filed. The Clinical Record Cover Sheet is then forwarded on to the office of the Surgeon General where it is used to ob- tain statistical information. The record is maintained and used in subsequent hospitaliza- tions and is available to pro- vide a medi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Page Twelve OUT O FF I O-WTS CHANGE COMMAND (un2) 4WARDS RETIREMENTS In retirement ceremonies Thursday Feb. 27 at HOW Field the 1st Bn. 92nd FA saw two sergeants of the 2nd Armd. Div. retire with over forty years of combined service to the Army. The ceremonies saw 1st Sgt. Grover A. Stephens of “C" Btry. 2nd Bn. 5th ADA retire after 21 years of service. Also retirin was Sfc. Willie Holmes of “B” Co. 1st Bn. 66th Arm. after 20 years in the military. Sergeant Stephens received the Meritorious Service Medal while Sgt. Holmes received the Army Commendation Medal. Reviewing Officer Brig. Gen. Warner S. Goodwin Jr. asst. div. cmdr. stated his ap- preciation to the men for the many years service they had given. He added they were beginning “a new adventure in life” and wished them luck and happiness. As the 2nd Armd. Div. band played “Patton” the troops passed in review ending the weekly ceremonies. UNIT ANNIVERSARY The 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. 2nd Armd. Div. designated the “Real Cav” celebrated...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

March 14 1975 Guard a CPX 41 4 The recent III Corps Com- mand Post Exercise (CPX) provided further testing of among other things the Echelon Above Division doc- trine as it relates to MP ac- tivities. “Bushmasters” arrived at Ft. ffee Edwards. Rich Flavor! Safeway Special! Imft 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes. Additonal Items at Regular Price) Biscuits USDA [CHOICE Mrs. Wright's. 10-Count Safeway Special! 8-oz. Can Why Pay 15** rBased on Safeway's price Safeway lo Prkml I Beef Short ib s^ iv 45* -Lb 85* Chuck Roast Beef for Stew I Round Tip Steak Top Sirloin Steak Loin Strip Steak landarin Oranges itant Tea le Sugar Nil Arm Cat. USDA Choic* Heavy Beef udding Snacks wn House. Safeway Special! I Cans SKSSZma.-:. Canterbury Hood Feb. 23rd to conduct their annual two weeks train- ing exercise as well as to participate in the III Corps CPX “Goblin Phantom.” Brigadier General James R. Stallings fulfilled the dual role of Provost Marshall and group commander. This double...

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

Page Fourteen Re-enlistees remain with Spt. Cmd. “Approximately 70 to 75 per cent of those who re-enlisted during fiscal year ’75 through February elected to remain in the 2nd Armd. Div. These are the words of Sfc. James B. Am erson senior career counselor for Spt. Cmd. 2nd Armd. Div. The division’s reenlistment program has made “Hell on Wheels” the top unit on post. In addition the division’s Spt. Cmd has the highest re- enlistment percentage of all senior commands at III Corps and Ft. Hood. Sergeant Amerson is proud of Spt Cmd. ’s outstanding re- enlistment achievement of 154.46 per cent. In recognition of his personal ffo rts Amerson was honored Feb. 25 with a 2nd Armd. Div. wrist watch presented to him by Col. Stan R. Sheridan Spt. Cmd. commander on behalf of Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. commander. Amerson attributes the suc- cess of the Present Duty As- signment (PDA) program to the high moral of the 2nd Armd. Div. the positive at- titude of the battalion com- mander...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Friday March 14 1975 MORTON'S PASTRY J’FROZEN ini ts HONEY BUNS 9-OUNCE PKG. WAFFLES HARVEST 5-OZ. BOX MEAD'S Fr PACKAGE OF 5 .. 1 6 CO RN O S PILLSBURY-BUTTERMILK BISCUITS 8-OUNCE CAN i* PILLSBURY Orescent Rolls irafejyq CQC •-OUNCE CAN .. I PILLSBURY 'CINNAMON ROLLS 9%-OUNCE CAN HUNGRY JACK BISCUITS FLAKY BISCUITS REGULAR CAN Sold In Cartonl THE ENERGY SAVERS! RIDE A BIKE! SPRINGTIME SPECIALS! CHOOSE FROM: 11 KEEP HEALTHYI RIDE A BIKE! 20-INCH BOYS or GIRLS HI-RISE 3-SPEED 38 ASSORTED BRILLIANT COLORS-CHAIN GUARD FENDERS PADDED VINTL SADDLE BOYS OR GtRSl MODELS. 88 FRIED CHICKEN BANQUET FROZEN 2-POUND SIZE SOLD IN CARTON! HANDLE MOUNTED TRIGGER CONTROL 26" RACER TIRES SIDE PULL CALIPER BRAKES FULLY EN CLOSED CHAIN GUARDS TOUR STYLE SADDLE. 5999 MOTH BALLS A BIG VALUE! POUND BOX .. SPONGE PACK BIG 7 PACK PURE CELLULOSE HIGHLY ABSORBENT AVAIL ABLE IN NEW DECORATIVE COLORS A SPRING CLEANING SPECIAL BY O-CEll-O .................................................... LADY PRCSCO S upgt-GI...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

age Sixteen BY MARIE EASLEY Practical hands on training is the motto of the telecom- munications department at Central Texas College (CTC). And that is just exactly what guides the student from the moment he enters the pro- gram until the last final ex- amination. Radio and television become an active part of each day in both the classroom and the laboratory. At the beginning of his years at CTC the new stu- dent learns the ins and outs of a radio production room. Under the guidance of his professor the beginner first learns how to operate the equipment that will become a part of his everyday activities should he stay in the pro- fession. The microphone the turntables of a record player and tape recorders are pain- fully learned through long hours spent in practice. The student handles all the controls that would put his voice music and commercials in the air in a regular radio job. He spends hours produc- ing tapes of music and in- terviews that are similar to the activities a disc...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

rid ay March 14 1975 I 4 The word “finance” means ■Vnany things to many people. It 4s a simple word with a «multitude of meanings all cen- tered on one tangible item •money. Money is required to finance anew car boat or home. Money is the myriad of mad- ness that is Wall Street boast- ing money barons daily buying and selling chunks of corpora- tions with less concern than .children swapping baseball ’cards. Money is that commodi- ty on which our day to day ■Jives are based. Money is everyone’s concern 4uid the concern of everyone’s money is in the hands of the ^Army’s finance centers. The 2nd Armd. Div. Finance O ty if ie a facilities on military installa- tions around the world. Its primary mission is that of pro- .viding pay support at division Jievel. 4 This office is a processing 4 oint for all division pay ^coordinating its efforts with 'the Army’s giant computer at 'the Main Finance Center at Ft. Benjamin Harrison. Ft. Ben’s “Computer contains every bit of pertinent pay data ...

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