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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Page Eighteen For most soldiers in the Army chemical biological and radiological (CBR) train- ing usually means the gas chamber a gas mask watery eyes and a rash burning CBR training taught without stinging gas sensation around the neck face and hands. So it is most proper that CBR training without a gas chamber should fill a soldier with relief as it did men of the & SURPRISE! NO GAS! Two men from the 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. 2nd Armd. Div. learn a means by which they can decontaminate their bodies in case of chemical biological and radiological (CBR) warefare. The class on decontamination was taught by WOl Ron Lee during a CBR training session given by cadre of 2/1 Cav. to personnel of the squadron. The highlight of the training was that it involved none of the procedures common to CBR training such as the gas chamber. (Photo by Kirt D. Livernois.) Instructor monitor sought Johnny Carson The Ft. Hood Education Center is seek- ing qualified applicants for parttime employment as readi...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Friday March 14 1975 The 2nd Armd. Div. Museum has come along way in the past year from bare walls and rows of stark glass cases to the present assortment of intrigu- ing displays. One of the museum’s newer additions stands in front of the huge painting of Gen. George S. Patton Jr. It is a recently built drama featuring the 2nd Armd. Div.’s role in the na- tion’s defense. The six-part display features actual incidents which oc- curred in 2nd Armd. Div. units during World War I World War II the Korean and Viet- nam Wars. A scene depicting the contributions of medics during wartime and a predic- tion on warfare in the future complete the exhibit. The presentation is complete with plaques and audio-taped explanations giving the back- ground information for each scene. As the viewer proceeds from one scene to the next a flashing red light indicates which selection is being described by the voice on the tape. Credit for the diarama does not go to any one person or or- ganization. Several...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Page Twenty SPORTS BY JERRY “PORKER”REED It will be remembered as the day Mohammed went to the mountain faith was about the size of a mustard seed the Red Sea almost parted and David nearly slew Goliath. It was no horseshoe match even though it had all the symptoms of closeness which didn’t count. It was a basketball game and for what it’s worth a very close one. Indeed an excellent contest a helluva game with all the makings of a barn-burner. It was a game where fans worked over their fingernails bit prematurely into their Tootsie Pops and destroyed six-dollar Wembleys. It was a nerveracking pressure-packed game in which eyeballs vacated their sockets and voices escaped their throats. It was Ft. Hood and Ft. Lewis facing each other in the first showdown of the FORSCOM Basketball Tourna- ment. From the tipoff the two pre-tourney favorites bat- tled in the finest tradition of the arms race. It was a game where the rugged play became as about as unpredictable as the Texas weather. And...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Friday March 14 1975 For Aurdie Evans “happy days are here a a in ” especially after leading the 27th Maint. Bn. to a 48-47 1st Cav. Div. Battalion Level Basketball Championship last week. The smooth moving 6 foot 3 inch forward from Fayet- teville N.C. who came away By J.A. LOWE Tom Abeyta swears his favorite sport is 99 per cent mental. “Really” he’ll tell you “it’sall in the head.” Maybe weight-lifting is a Abeyta states largely a mat- te of ffic ie self- confidence. But a glance at Abeyta’s arms enforces a belief in proper body condi- tioning. The sergeant from “B” Co. 502nd S & T 2nd Armd. Div. leaned across the desk and stated “I guess I like most of all the individuality of weight- lifting in competition. It’s all up to you and you can either do it or you can’t.” The Monterey Calif native has been lifting weights seriously for over three years. He’s entered competition in numerous states and has a large collection of cups trophies medals and ribbons he’s won. His most rec...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Page Twenty-Two Program s getcher pro- grams can’t tell the players without a program! This cry used to be a regular part of any baseball game. It would now seem to be better suited to television because without some kind of a s- sistance these days a viewer just wouldn’t know what’s go- ing on. This season has made a mockery of any order the networks pretend to present each season by scheduling new programs to make their debut in September. With the advent and growing dependence on Monday. arch 17 8a.m Weather FH News 8:12a.m W hat’s Happening 8:30a.m .— areand Concern 8:45 a .m Orgn of FDC & Duties of Personnel 9:19 a.m Give Me That New Time Religion 9:40a.m IMD Conference 10:19 a.m A Report on Bootleg Dentistry 10:40a.m .— Power Saws 11:14 a.m Though the E arth Be Moved Noon—W weather FH News 12:12 p. W what's Happening 12:30p.m. Care and Concern 12:45p.m. over* Deception 1:10p.m. Camouflage Pattern Painting 1:21 p.m. —The Land We Love 1:42 p.m. echTng on .45 Cal Pistol Pt 1 ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

4 Friday arch 14 1975 7: While walking the white sandy beaches of Miami recently Jefferey spotted this pre- tty young miss frolicking in the sun surf and sand. Patti Mac an Irwin Pa. resi- dent left the snow slush and cold weather PLAQUE WHEELS OF TEXAS 300 Hwy. 440 South Killoon....634-7518 USED CARS WITH MANY UNUSED MILES Opon 8 to 5 Daily We Specialize In High Performance Cars LANCELOT S BEST LOUIS XIV GUINEVERE SIR LION'S PEPPER STEAK THE DUKE BEEF A LA MAISON STEAK & LOBSTER STEAK & SCAMPI STEAK & SOUR CREAM ENCHILADA CHILDREN'S PLATE SHRIMP COCKTAIL SHRIMP CRAB FROG LEGS BAKED POTATO FRENCH FRIES MUSHROOM S PIE OF THE DAY COFFEE............... wm* CATCHER s' &> "A ilp -e-fi of Pennsylvania for sunny Florida for a warm vacation amids the state’s mid-80 degree temperatures. (Photo courtesy of UPI) WAR GAMING CHI) CM SCI Avelon-Hill Microarmor Contests on Saturdays 415 E. Ave. 634-4956 "BILL OF FARE" BEEF STEAKS Soup & Salad Included 14 oz. Tender Juicy T-B...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Page Twenty-Four BUSINESS SERVICES B'king Tax Service 031 SCHIRMER INCOME TAX SERVICE Your Home-Our Office $5 Up Dailv 9-9 ‘by appointment. Call Harry Schirmer (USA Ret) 634-0885. (4-4) 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- tio from Our Large Stock. Monthly 'Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. Killeen .’A.................................... 634-4742 (tfn) ■Misc. Services 063 PATS COIN SHOP COINS STAMPS SUPPLIES AND METAL DETECTORS 8TH ST. KILLEEN 526-5584 TRI-CHEM LIQUID EMBROIDERY is now in Comanche Village. Learn a re- warding hobby. Call 532-6528. (4-4) Coins & Supplies Authentic Indian Jewelry (Navajo Hopi Zuni Santo Domingo) HUNTLEY'S COIN GALLERY Across From McDonald's On Rancier RENTALS Apartments Furn. 072 THE VILLAGE APARTMENTS LUXURY FOR LESS 1810 Marlandwood Road Temple 778-5000 REAL ESTATE City Property 090 Your Home Will Sell Better When It ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Friday March 14 1975 io (ojnjd 4N S W £fcS EDITOR’S NOTE: Veterans and their families are asking thousands of questions con- cerning the benefits their goevernment provides for them through the Veterans Ad- ministration (VA). Below are some of the representative queries. Additional informa- tion may be obtained at aijy VA office. Q— I received treatment for a service-connected injury at a eteran A dm inistration hospital about two years ago but I need treatment again. Will VA give it to me? A Yes and if as you in- dicated you have already a is connection all you need do is apply for treatment again. 1 know World War II veterans who never used their GI home loan benefits are still eligible but are they also eligi- ble for school benefits? A Veterans Administra- tion can provide education benefits only for eligible veterans discharged after Jan. 31 1955. Under a recent law BY KELLY WECHSLER The Ft. Hood Director of Facilities Engineering’s post cleanup from Feb. 9 to 24 emhasized the ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 March 1975

Page Twenty-Six With the advent of Brigade 75 more than just a few units are faced with reorganization. One of the units in the 2nd Armd. Div.’s Div. Trps. is also part of the division-wide change. The 17th Eng. Bn. now is comprised of six companies including the newest addition “F” Co. commanded by 1st Lt Buckner M. Creel IV. Under the provisions of Brigade ’75 one company of the engineer battalion will be in Europe to support the division’s activities. “C” Co. will be the first to deploy to Europe after six months they will return to Ft. Hood and another of the battalion’s com- panies will go to Germany. Since its provisional activa- tion Jan. 7 Co. has gathered its men and equip- ment to be a full-fledged member of the engineer bat- THE DOORWAY TO THE 2ND ARMD. DIV. One of the many projects which the men of “F” Co. 17th Eng. Bn. are cur- rently working on entails remodeling buildings in the 502nd Repl. Det. Explain- ing the blueprints to Spec. 4 John Rawl­ Ft. Hood will sponsor a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

TO I Those Ft. Lewis Rangers know how to have a good time. They enjoy scaling Mt. Rainier drinking Olympia Beer munching on fish ’n chips taking a dip in Puget Sound and going over the Grand Coulee in a barrow. Most of all Ft. Lewis digs basketball. They really have a good time playing and since they win as often as it rains in the Pacific Northwest it’s most enjoyable. In fact the Rangers haven’t lost a basketball game to a service team since Lewis and Clark were seniors in high school. Certainly it was no surprise when they hopped into their buckskins and paddled their canoes down to Texas to claim the FORSCOM (Western Region) Basketball Tournament for the second straight year. It was a bit of a shock to at least a few fans that Ft. Lewis won the annual tournament by such a large margin 41 points over Hawaii in the title tilt. It happened last Friday afternoon in the 13th COSCOM Gym. The defending champions rewarded first-year coach Curtis Franklin with an overpowering 111-70 vic-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

Page Two-A (& & By SUNNY McCLENDON Last night I sat beside my children and spent a lovely evening watching two brutal a in a a a strangulation murder and a man being run over repeatedly by his wife in the family sta- tion wagon. In short I shared an evening of television with them. I keep reading and hearing about a proposed ‘children’s hour’ a time supposedly prior to 9 p.m. when saccharine- coated goodies suitable for children’s viewing will be shown. I find that somehow hard to swallow as a blanket solution because what after a ll titu tea child Anyone under 18 years of age? Hardly! Anyone under even say 12? Still no good. A 12- year-old is hardly likely to be intrigued by the same viewing line up as a 6-year-old. Sponsors would have us believe that an explicit blow- by-blow closeup of a beating complete with blood oozing from nostrils and teeth being spit away in no way affects our children. Or adults either for that matter. It has been estimated by one source that a chi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

Friday March 21 1975 MAPREADING Knowledge of maps Kirt Li vernois) *JS ■'negotiating an orienteering course. Chaplain (Cpt.) Herbert Kitchens and Spec. 5 Harold L. Droigk both of HHB DivArty 2nd Armd. Div. review the area of a course recently run by Droigk during the last session of the III Corps and Ft. Hood NCO Academy. (Photo by I OS co rses ffe The MOS Education Center will conduct courses for the (Career group 75 at Bldg. 1823 48th S treet and Battalion 'Avenue beginning April 14. The courses will include 75C anagem ent S ia lis 740 Records Specialist and 75D Personnel I Is a must when A S a is A minimum of twenty people must register for the classes to start as scheduled. The classes will be conduct- ed Monday thru Friday and will meet from 7:30 a.m. until. 11:30 a.m. For further in- formation call 685-7894. -SYMBOL OF MAN AGAINST MACHINE The 17th ~Eng. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. adopted John Henry as their 'symbol and nickname after the monument was built by Pfc. Floyd DeWitt in 1956...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

age Four-A Dishonored checks expensive problem “No checks accepted. We still have a good supply from last year.” We noted this sign on the wall of the Twin Falls Idaho branch of one of the nation’s fast food establishments. It could just as easily have been Central Texas or even on- post. Bad checks dishonored checks worthless paper. Insuf- ficient funds or an over drawn account seems to be a fast growing problem across the United States. Ft. Hood is no exception. Recent interviews we had with representatives of the commissary post exchange Central Post Fund clubs system and even the III Corps finance officer described the magnitude of the problem. Each month each of these organizations receive checks from banks because the ac- counts didn’t contain enough cash to cover the amount of the check. Each representative agreed that their boom in bad check occurred immediately before pay day. Check kit- ing is common this is the practice in which checks are written a day before in the hope...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

4 Friday March 21 1975 The sign outside the com- pany’s repair shop office re- ads Repairing Friendly.” The 647th Light Equipment Maint. Co. (LEM) does just IN TUNE According to field radio re- pairmen Spec. 5 Charles B. Baldwin 647th Maint. Co. 169th Maint. Bn. the ma- jority of equipment repaired in the unit’s Repair facility mends post’s small equipment that repairing about 38000 items annually. The unit commanded by Cpt. Carey B. Young is a member of the 13th COSCOM’s SPRAY IT CLEAN Specialist 4 Patrick Farrell uses a high pressure wash compressor to remove dirt and grime from a typew'riter. He has just finished repairing the machine one of about 13 typewriters the 647th Light Equipment (LEM) Co. repairs daily. (Photo by C. Potter) Top academy honors earned by graduate I I I N is Of Academy graduated class number 8-75 Friday March 14 at Palmer Theater. Command Sergeant Major Howard B. Edgeworth of 16th Sig. Bn. 13th COSCOM delivered the graduation address to a class of 126. Taki...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

Page Six-A I CHANGE (ff COMMAND s™ Aw a 720TH MP BN The 720th MP Bn. held its bimonthly review last Friday. Sixteen awards and promo- tions were presented by Lt. Col. George L. Nipper bat- talion commander. Staff Sergeant Charles E. Westmoreland Hqs. and Hqs. Det. was presented the 258th MP Bde. Superior Accomplish- ment Award in recognition of his outstanding performance for food service support to the “Bushmasters” during annual training at Ft. Hood. The award was given to SSG Westmoreland by Brig. Gen. Jam es R. Stallings com- mander of the 258th MP Bde. Also cited was Spec. 4 David A. Arebalos of the 410th MP Co. He received a letter of commendation in recognition of his professional manner of duty performance as driver and personal aide to Gen. Stallings during his stay here. Specialist 4 Daniel R. Smith was promoted to specialist 5. Staff Sergeant William T. Miller 410th MP Co. was awarded $25 for an adopted suggestion concerning layout of TA-50 clothing in the 720th SOP. Serg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

» 9 7 5 r~ i. “The patrols did such a good job that prisoners were afraid to come out of the bushes even when we wanted them to” said Maj. Jan Gray referring to the sleepy-eyed warriors of “B” Trp. 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. 2nd Armd. Div. after a lengthy patrol mission during a squadron escape and evasion course last month. Ater conducting an effective aggressor mission for the squadron “B” Trp. has taken lj£ Close-up omato Catsup hunk Tuna per Towels bbing Alcohol Id Pal Dog Food Gladiola its mission one step further. It has given recognition to those who excelled in the exercise in accordance with the ag- gressor manual. Eight men from the ag- gressor force “B” Trp. and the squadron S-3 officer were presented distinctive medals by the troop’s commander Cpt. John M. Carter. The medals though unrealistic in nature as far as actual military service is concerned Toothpaste. (lO ^off Label) Safeway Special! 2.7-oz. Gladiola FLOUR Enriched Flour. Safeway Special! 74 5-Lb. Bag i.n S all Antisep...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

Page Eight-A HO 1st BN. 92nd FA A local restaurant was the setting for the February hail and farewell for the 1-92 FA. Hosts for the evening were the officers of “A” Btry. Lieutenant Colonel Gustav T. Lydahl bid farewell to 1st Lt. David Toops who is de- parting for Europe and 1st Lt. Kent Ervin who has become the aide-de-cam for Brig. Gen. Warner Goodwin. Those welcomed to the bat- talion were Maj. and Mrs. Lewis Smith Cpt. and Mrs. Peter Gotowko Cpt. and Mrs. Terrence Alligood 1st Lt. and Mrs. Randall Parker and 1st Lt. William Stanton. aptain Danny Bozeman as award ed the S ilver Bullet” for his outstanding sp so rsh ip of im prom tu social gatherings. 1st BN. 78th FA Mrs. Donald E. Eckelbarger was honored at a gourmet lunch prepared by the officers’ wives of the 1-78 FA. The farewell luncheon was held in the home of Mrs. Marc A. Cis- neros. An engraved silver two-quart casserole dish was presented to the honoree. Miss Leslie Tipton was a guest. 2nd BN. 50th INF. The officers and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

4 rid a March 21 1975 & A "I f'&f MW'- fi *p I I I 4 I ON THE ROAD Major Kenneth Blalock a member of MASSTER (Modem Army Selected Systems Test lEvaluation and Review) and an active noontime run- ner fast-steps his way along one of the open roads at West Ft. Hood. Maj. Blalock is just one of many persons at MASSTER who recognizes the value of an active run- ning program to stay in good physical condition. (Photo by Steve Lanz) O 1st Bn. 92nd FA A local restaurant was the ttin forth 1/92 FA ♦February hail and farewell. 'Host for the evening was “A” *Btry. Lieutenant Colonel Gustav T. Lydahl Battalion Com- mander said farewells to 1st Lt. David Toops who will be departing for Europe and 1st Lt. Kent Ervin who will be Gen. Goodwin’s aide-de-camp. 1 Those welcomed to the bat- talion were Maj. and Mrs. Lewis Smith Cpt. and Mrs. Terry Alligood 1st Lt. and Mrs. Randall Parker and 1st Lt. William Stanton. Captain Danny Bozeman was awarded the Silver Bullet” for his professional and s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

Page Ten-A First Holy Communion program set for CCD The fra te rn ity of 'Christian Doctrine (CCD) is making preparation for First Holy Communion. The Catholic religious pro- gram will be celebrating first Holy Communion on Holy Thursday March 27 in the 25th and 58th Street Chapels beginning at 6:30 p.m. Following the Liturgical Celebration a reception and Films top chapels’s schedule Highlighting activities of the 2nd Armd. Div. ’s 37th St. West Chapel will be screenings of Billy raham hristian Crusade films and a DivArty sponsored Prayer Breakfast. Holy Thursday March 27th the chapel will host a potluck supper followed by the Lord’s Supper (Holy Communion). 17118 supper is by reservation. Anyone wishing to attend may phone for reservations at 685-4042 or 685-3526. Nightly showings of Billy Graham Christian Crusade films will be featured April 6 to 10 at the 37th St. West Chapel. Chaplain (Maj.) Elwin C. Van- derland DivArty chaplain in- vites everyone to attend the showings slated...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

rid ay March 21 1975 together some of the more frequently heard gripes complaints harassments and put-downs. And we’ve put down the facts. Sometimes a good man leaves the Army for a bad reason. Pressure. The kind he gets from some of the people around him. So we’ve gathered We know that there isn’t an army of cranks out there. But we also know that the few there are can make it tough on a guy who’s trying to make an important decision. This way you’ll have the answers the next time someone questions your decision to reenlist. "They’ll promise you anything to get yon to reenlist.” That’s a big one. You hear it all the time. And the irony of it is it’s true. But not the way your buddies mean it. First you have to qualify for whatever it is you want to reenlist for. If you do we put your choice in writing. Along with your own under- standing of the agreement in your own hand- writing. So there’s no chance of misunder- standing each other. Then if something goes wrong we make it right. ...

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