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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

I ag Twelve-A 13 TH The 13th COSCOM Readi- ness anagem ent Center (REDMAC) was recently established to help comman- is a responsibilities in the critical area of unit readiness by focusing managerial and technical know-how on pro- blem areas. The REDMAC is lo ate in ldg. 21001. COSCOM units experiencing difficulties in meeting pre- scribed requirements for re- adiness or having questions or comments on the program may call or visit the center during duty hours. Telephone numbers for this service are 685-2321 or 685-2632. PET CLASSES erson al E ffectiveness Training (PET) is an impor- tant part of the Army’s at- titude today toward the role of leadership. Key unit personnel desiring to attend this com- munications training should contact the Staff Chaplain Lt. Cof. Alton R. Kieschnick at 685-4902 or 685-3090. WAC RAP SESSION COSCOM Commander Col. W. CHANGE COMMAND A a LEGION OF MERIT The Legion of Merit with First Oak Leaf Ouster was awarded to Col. Stan R. Sheridan Spt. Cmd. com- ma...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

Page One-B *1 By JERRY“PORKER” REED A year ago Rick Fambro was using little polish on his boots and even less starch in his fatigues. His hair was slowly creeping over his ears and his wardrobe included other colors than green. Rick Fambro was getting out of the Army. He had a few days remaining at Ft. Hood and he was “ready to leave” Fambro was headed for Dallas to become a football player. He had lined up a job with Southern Methodist University. He was going to be a quarterback. He’d been a signal-caller before. He gave up his helmet and pads for an M-16 and a MOS when he was drafted in June of 1972. Prior to that time. Rick was the starting quarterback at the University of New Mexico going into his sophomore year. At last the time had come. Rick rode into Big on his steel-belted radials and presented himself to Mustang coach Dave Smith. Rick realized his chances of stealing the headlines from incumbent Ricky Wesson were slim. He only asked that he receive an opportunity to prove...

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

Page Two-B m*-*# H-' $ & i. - * a .A *A .4"'* z'*'^ V* MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Ft. Hood’s Chris Upkins (11) gets a shot off against Ft. Riley opponent Tonya Lake during the women’s title game. Upkins BY RICH LAMANCE The Pallas Athenes of the Ft. Hood eager world com- bined a winning formula of re- bounding fast breaks solid de- fense steals and effective shooting to capture the recent FORSCOM (Western Region) tournament whipping Ft. Riley 53-46. The final action saw the Ft. Riley “Rangerettes” on top after the first quarter of play 13-12. Riley’s Buma Gix led the quarter with eight points placing her team with the ear- ly advantage. Teammates Rae Batts and Carol Tomko con- tributed the remaining points that gave the lady Rangers the shaky one-point lead. In the second period Ft. Hood’s Chris Upkins Dottie Holmes Rosie “Cookie” Davis and Agnes Waters amassed 20 points to emerge with a lead that they never relinquished. They smoked their way to a halftime advantage of 32-20. & Th...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

4 Friday March 21 1975 I- 4 “The people here are the ''greatest to work with. They’ll .-go that second mile. Not many ’supervisors can say that about 4heir employees but Cpt. ’’Tileston K. Venable chief ad- -ininistrative Service Division A djutant General (AG) office r*2d Armd. Div. spoke these '.words with a proud smile on ^his face. “If it weren’t for the ^people who work here our ^services wouldn’t be so suc- l and I think that we are ^successful.” Every division or branch ex- !3ressed the sam and/or -similar attitude when speaking jbf the personnel of the AG -division. This is a lot for the Igersonnel of AG to be proud of. There are many people on .post who are not aware of the ^duties of the AG division or Jiow important it is to the i^rm and Ft. Hood. It’s like a business. We rjserve our custom ers” ex- plained Cpt. Venable further. ’m in a position to help peo- ple and I enjoy it. The AG Division is definitely •Jhere to help people. Some of 4he people in AG are the first jon...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

Page Four-B to a a a Spring is the first and freshest season of the year. It brings forth flowers and life anew. Spring also brings something else. It heralds the coming of the tornado season to the midwest. Their life span is usually short. The path of destruction rather small. But their effect is in of catastrophic. Of all the winds on the surface of this earth tornadoes are the most de- vastating. Last year at about this time 'people in the midwest and south scurried for shelter as warnings preceded one of the worst outbreaks of tornadoes this country has ever ex- perienced. Unfortunately many did not heed the warn- ings. Consequently the death toll reached needless propor- tions. One point of confusion is knowing the difference between a tornado watch and a tornado warning. A tornado ‘watch’ issued by 1 the National Weather Service with the Waco office eyeing this locale means weather conditions have developed to a point where tornadoes may be spaw ned. em perature humidity pres...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

/F rid ay March 2 1 1975 S I' Supporting ground-bound division As the 1st Cav. Div. transits from triple capabilities to an Armor configuration the 8th Eng. Bn. is reorganizing to support the division’s ground- bound requirements. a a culminates with a ceremony today. Under the triple capability structure the engineers pro- vided support for the armored cavalry mechanized infantry and air cavalry elements of MOS center offers typing clerk classes 1 Two typing classes will begin shortly at the MOS Education Center Building 1823 48th Street and Battalion Avenue.' Scheduled to begin April 7 one course will be of- fered during duty hours and the other will be an evening course. A course entitled “Begin- ning Typing” will be offered providing at least twenty peo- ple enroll by the beginning date. Classes will meet two hours a day Monday through Friday. Two courses are being given one from 7:30 a.m. to 9:20 a.m. and another from 9:30a.m. until 11:20 a.m. “Off-Duty Beginning Typ- ing” will...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

Page Six-B The following courts-martial iwere tried by the 1st Cav. Div. [between Feb. 28 and March 6. There ere no general tcourts-martial during this [period. The following bad conduct [discharge special courts- martial were held Pvt. 1 'Marshall L. Warren of “B” Co. 1st Bn. 12th Cav. was tried March 5 for violation of Article 86 (failure to repair and AWOL Nov. 13 Nov. 25 1974 Nov. 25 Dec. 17 1974 and Jan. 21 Jan. 22 1975) Article 121 (larceny) and Article 134 (breaking restric- tion) and was sentenced to be discharged from the service with a bad conduct discharge to be confined at hard labor for 100 days to forfeit $200 pay per month for three months and to be reduced to private 1. The military judge recommended that the bad conduct discharge be suspended. Private 1 Lloyd Gaynor Jr. of HHC 3rd Bde. was tried March 6 for violation of Article 134 (wrongful transfer of mari- juana) and was sentenced to be confined at hard labor for four months to forfeit $229 pay per month for Jour...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

Page Eight-B Ping pong tourney conducted Ft. Hood table tennis players paddled their way to victory at the Fiddlers’ Green Recrea- tion Center tournament re- cently. Hood downed Central Texas College (CTC) players to completely dominate the series. First place went to Phillip Olson of CS3 Test Hqs. followed by Tai Hing Lee of “D” Trp. 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. 2nd Armd. Div. and Fred Hip- polyte of the 15th AG of the First Team. Judy Libowski of “A” Co. 5th Sig. Bn. won the ladies’ division. Rose Thompson was the tournament director. Monday March 24 8 a.m.—Weather-FH News 8:12 a.m.—What’s Happening 8:27 a.m.—Importance Environment 9 a.m.—Crash (Drug Atxne) 9:29 a.m. Leadership Situation 1243 10 a.m.—Guarding Against Sabotage 10:28 a.m.—FlrePreventkn a.m —Tracked Vehicle Suspension System :18 a.m. —Radioactive Rtilout Shelter Noon—Weather- FHNews. 12:12 p.m.—What's Happening 12:27 —Physical ntness Pt 1 1p.m. —Physical Fitness Pt 2 1:32 p.m.—Defense Against Radio Jaimdng 2 p.m —Pilot Vertigo...

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

(4 Friday March 21 1975 1 St^f: gggv. «-v I i: I IHMftHI V*'*' While out in a spring rain recently Jef- ferey chanced to meet a young woman out for a walk in the refreshing rain washed countryside. Looking as beautiful and CAT'A/ W A ROUfiJD And you get many of the benefits full-time Air Force men get. Like periodic pay increases. Training in a skill area you’re familiar with or even knowledge and experience in anew skill area. (This could help you ad- vance in your civilian job too.) Base exchange privileges. A retirement plan th at’s hard to beat. Last and possibly most rewarding you’ll have a great sense of satisfaction in knowing that what you’re doing part-time is helping to keep your country strong full-time. Extra income adventure fun and satisfaction. Without very much extra time or effort. Join the Air Force Reserve. If:* /.'V V .''- *r v- '^vV ’""-'V: V' zt -i ' V' *"Y $ mNMHMriNl I refreshing as Persephone the Greek god- dess of spring the Sentinel lens man asked attracti...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

Page Ten-B BUSINESS SERVICES B'king Tax Service 031 SCHltiMER INCOME TAX SERVICE Your Mome-Our Office $5 Up Daily 9-9 by appointment. Call Harry Schirmer (USA Ret) 634-0685. ___________________________ (4-4) Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 inch Ratable with Built in Antena. Rented by the Day Week or Month. Come by and Make Your Selec- tion from Our Large Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. Killeen.............................................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 fcsw 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 ♦Efficiency *1-2-3 bedrooms ♦Swimming Pool ^Covered Parking ♦Tennis Court *Mini Storage LUXURY FOR...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

Li IVI riday arch 2 1 1975 SELF-TAUGHT ARTIST Recent vis- itors to the Oveta Culp Hobby Memorial Library at Central Texas College were treated to a showing of paintings by Spec. 4 Michael Jerman of HHC 2nd Armd. Div. Jerman who is a medic for the com­ Within 10 days the 1st Bn. 14th FA 2nd Armd. Div. will close down operations and deploy to erm any as “Brigade ’75” continues into its final phases. Since last November the “Battle Kings” have bee pre- parting for the move under the new rotational brigade pro- gram. This month finds the battalion at full strength with E artillerymen packing their gear and giving loved ones fond farewells. Equipment belonging to the unit was inventoried and .packaged then placed aboard E-9 selection board convened lust week The E-9 selection board con- vened last Tuesday at Ft. Ben- jamin Harrison to examine the records of approximately 3400 Army personnel currently holding the rank of E-8. The board will be in session about two weeks and is com- posed ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 March 1975

Page Twelve-B S ®c/& I Western Styled LARRY MAHAN SHIRTS HOUSE FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS OF OPENS TOMORROW IN MID TOWN MALL W E FEATURE^ Levis 'A'Bell Bottoms 'A'Big Bells 'ArSaddleman Cut Brushed Denims Corduroy 'Ar Jackets ©©®®©©©©®©©©©@©©©@©©@@@@©©®@©©©@©©®©©©©@©©@©©©®©®©©©@@©@©@®©@©©@@l CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST SELECTION OF REGISTER BOOTS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY TONY LAMA* IMPERIAL TEXAS RODEO of KILLEEN •AUSTIN SAN ANTONIO WACO •CORPUS CHRISTI •BRYAN OPEN DAILY 10 AM to 9 PM 1 For Free Pair Of IMPERIAL BOOTS to be given away Saturday March 22. (Winner need not be present) LE SURE SUITS SPORT SHIRTS JEANS $ rfM N8P Friday March 21 1975

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 March 1975

VOL. 34 NO. 3 a a FORT HOOD SENTINEL “PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD’ FORT HOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 28 1975 ‘Published by Community Enterprises a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. Opinions expressed by writers herein are their own and are not to be considered an official expression of the Department of the Army. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of the products or services advertised.” BY CHAPLAIN (COL.) THOMAS L. McMINN JR. Once again Easter is upon us. It has been likened unto the tradewinds heavily freighted with cargoes of a wide variety of meanings for different people. To some Easter marks the real beginning of spring. It represents that magical point in time each year when the bitter countenance of winter is suddenly transformed. And mystical- ly the days take on a pleasant mellow warmth. To the farmer Easter is the time of planting. Green life reapp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 March 1975

Page Two-A L* W* ByS.J.O HL Tally Ho! Off on new wonderous adven- tures in search of priceless treasure through a vast uncharted wasteland or was it waistline? Well whichever. The pangs of hunger nibbled my vitals. Out and about in the wilds of beautiful downtown Bell County last week I spared none of the horsepower afforded me by two left feet in what turned out to be a vain attempt at locating new frontiers in nourishment. This night I looked with scorn upon those who su ally provided those necessary tidbits in my daily diet. During the week the flip of a coin decides ham- burgers or hotdogs. Will it be chicken or pizza? Tonight none of these past transgressions will tempt my palate. I gazed down a seemingly endless row of “food factories” offering instant service at an economical price. What price my poor maligned stomach? Not tonight. With paycheck in pocket the sky’s the limit. Steak? Well it was a change. Two leaps and half-a bound brought my near- emaciated body to the front ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 March 1975

Friday March 28 1975 Day night programs Back when settlers were moving west and battle- hardened cavalrym en em barked in pursuit of raiding In- dians the scout platoon was a Hundreds of Various Styles JACKETS & COATS 20% to 50% OFF Sorry At These Prices All Alter- ations Slightly Extra major part of any regiment. The scouts could detect and give early warning of Indian attacks or ambushes. Some could even follow tracks that SUPERWOMAN TAKES HER BOW With her TAC NCO-Instructor SSG. Donald W. Shivers Pfc. Susan J. Langner has good reason to smile. She beat out 19 classmates as Honor Graduate of the 6th Cav. Bde. Basic Leadership Course. (Photo by Clint Eastwood) LEATHER & SUEDE COATS VALUES $69.95 to *300 a Brands N O W PRICE London Fog Jackets & Trench Coats OFF ITALIAN KNIT Guard scouts undergo training had been practically swept away by strong winds. Today the scout platoon re- mains an important part of any unit. For this reason the 2nd Bn. 123rd Armor (Ken- tucky Nat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 March 1975

Page Four-A His Easter message: “Turn the other cheek” ByA.D. PITTMAN There will be many inspiring Easter messages and many things of beauty to remind the world in 1975 of the risen Christ. The E aster story like that of Christmas grows ore beautiful with each telling. Interwoven into the drama of the crucifixion and the esurrection is a special message. It should be a waterway of hope for those of us who strive with life in the world and somehow fall short. There are few travellers on the highways of life who can truly say “Yes I have done all I can. What I have done is good and I would not change my past. There is nothing for me to fear. It was the day of the feast of the Passover and Jesus had gathered with his twelve Apostles in the Upper Room. Judas Iscariot sat next to John and second from the aster’s right hand. All eyes were on Jesus as He made a startling announcement. Verily I say unto you One of you which eateth with me shall betray e.” The Apostles were exceedingly sorro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 March 1975

28 1975 a Special on Save on Dial and make anew friend. Who’s the floppy-eared character sitting with your buddies from Dial? It’s “Henry” a fluffy yellow pal who’s sure to become a special friend of your family’s. And you can get him at a special price in three sizes. Just mail the coupon below with your proof of purchase. Now while you’re falling in love with Henry you’ll also want to clip the coupons for your favorite Dial products: Dial Very Dry Anti-Perspirant to keep you confident and dry Dial Shampoo to give your hair a healthy glow and Dial Bath-Size Soap to help you start every day fresh and clean. Making your family glad is Dial’s business. After all what are friends for? Henry Coupon Little Henry $4.50 Henry....................$550 Henry Sr..............$7.25 ($7.00 Retail value) ($8.00 Retail Value) ($16.00 Retail Value) To get “Henry” just clip this coupon and send it with your check and proof of pur- chase (Two wrappers any size from Dial Soap or Cap Sticker from any s...

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

Page Six-A A rm or unit offers challenge With the aggressive spirit ofthe man in armor challeng- ing the accomplishments of a glorious past units of the 2nd (St. Lo.) Bde. 2nd Armd. Div. embarked on an aggressor mission last week to support an O perational eadiness Training Test (ORTT) held by the 1st (Tiger) Bde. A rusty voice breaks through th re iv iv in a somewhat excited command as a battle cry is emitted as if in memory’ of the mellow bugle call of many years past. Iron lugs clang motors roar and CHANGE COMMAND A a FIRST RETREAT Friday Feb. 28 the 6th Cav. Bde. (Air Cbt) conducted a retreat ceremony on Pad six on the corner of Battalion Ave. and 16th St. It was the brigade’s first formal troop ceremony since the 6th Cav. Bde was activated in'February. Participating un- its were WIT 6th Cav. Bde. 55th Sig. Trp. 4th Sqdn. 9th Cav. 7th Sqdn. 17th Cav. and 34th Spt. Sqdn. The 2nd Armd. Div. band performed for the ceremony. A fter completion of the formal retreat ceremony a re- a a...

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

28 1975 TDY funds don ’t cut speech Early last November Col. Charles E. Canedy 2nd Bde. !5th Bde. (Air Cmbt.) received an in itatio to be guest speaker at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College Ft. Levenworth in January. As the colonel prepared to leave Ft. Hood bad news ar- rived no temporary duty (TDY) funds. “We have an op- portunity” said the colonel “There are 90 officers at the waffles &ffr. Frozen ay Special! pfcg. range Juice Otch Treat 6-oz. Centrate Can Waffle Syrup •Coffee Tone Biscuit Mix Pancake Mix Cinnamon Rolls Texas Toastin' ^Margarine Stayfree Mini-Pads S Merton. Taste Treat! Luc.rne Non-Dairy Mrs. Wright's Video message sent not speaker command and general staff college who need to know what the 6th Bde. is all about. In- dians never stopped our horse a a lr om el ev stopped our tanks and the lack of funds isn’t going to stop the air cavalry.” Since Col. Canedy could not travel to Ft. Leavenworth a video-tape was made of the speech and mailed along wi...

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