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

Page Eighl-A 124TH MAINT. BN. Recently the officers’ wives of the 124th Maint. Bn. held their monthly coffee in the hom of rs. a rle Whitacre. Mrs. Whitacre and the wives of “F Co. hosted the event. Mrs. Charles Roberts dis- cussed upcoming functions. Among things discussed were the next hail and farewell which will be at the Hideaway Supper Club April 11 with “C” Co. as sponsors. There will be a battalion picnic April 25 at Belton Lake for all families. Mrs. Roberts was presented the hostess gift. The April cof- fee will be held April 10 and hosted by Mrs. James Har- rison. Mrs. Eleanor May Weir was an out-of-town guest. HHC 2ND BDE. The officers’ wives of HHC. 2nd Bde. held their monthly coffee March 13 at the home of Pat Fascitelli. Greetings were extended to Sarah Childers Cathy Callahan Jeanette Cates and Cheryl Snow while farewells were said to Nancy Lewis Deloris Braxton Linda Scott renda E dw ards Arlette Paris Sue Magers and Marian Kraus. A discussion on the new commissary ...

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

Friday March 28 1975 2ND SQDN 1ST C'AV. The officers and their wives of the 2/1 Cav. met at the Ft. Hood Officers’ Open Mess March 13 to celebrate the an- niversary of the squadron with a cocktail party and to also bid farewell to “C” Trp. which left for Germany March 14. S pecial guests for the celebration were Col. and Mrs. John Bard 2nd Bde. com- mander and Lt. Col. and Mrs. Alexander Davis brigade ex- ecutive officer. Lieutenant Colonel John Greenway squadron com- mander bid farewell to “C” Trp. and wished them well: Cpt. Robert Berneir com- a r 1st Lt. Joseph Gauvin 2nd Lt. Rick Bradford 2nd Lt. Hank Scharpenberg and 2nd Lt. Dean Larson. Farewells and crested pla- ques were presented to 1st Lt. Michael Hardin and CW02 Joe Morgan. a on el Greenway gave a brief history of the squadron and led the of- ficers and their wives in a toast. For the finale of the oc- casion Lt. Col. Greenway cut the squadron birthday cake with a sabre belonging to a Texas Aggie 2nd Lt. Kim Ban- nister. ...

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

Page Ten-A Historians report field exercise “History has a horrible way of repeating itself” said Maj. Frank Keleminic Jr. “People disregard the lessons of his- tory and keep making the sam mistakes over and over.” major elem inic is a military historian and com- mander of the 48th Military History Detachment a re- serve unit which received its annual training in conjunction with the recent CPX "Goblin Phantom III.” What is military history? According to army regulation (AR 870-5) “Military history is an objective accurate descriptive and interpretive record of all activites of the Armed Forces in peace and a .” sid rin th som etim es embarrassing nature of such a record of events why is the Army in- terested in remembering what was done in the past? The re- gulation explains “From its study lessons relevant to cur- rent and future situations may be drawn.” urther the regulation •spells out the responsibility for every soldier to have a clear understanding of the basic events which ...

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

£. Friday March 28 1975 Tuesday deadline or new licenses A re a or belated?” a ’s motorists may be facing after ^midnight April 1 the deadline fo motor vehicle registration ~*|in Texas. After that time law enforce- **ment agencies have been in- structed to stop motorists not ^displaying the 1975 plates to re- mind them of their licensing responsibilities. Jft Since Feb. 1 county tax of-’ ipT fices and selected substations throughout the state have been conducting registration busi- ness as usual. Early reports in- dicate the annual procedure is g|running smoothly. However many registrants will be wait- in until the last minute to re- act as is usually the case. This delay results in longer lines j— $ 8 Rfease turn off out side lights during c/ay light hours! POM/ORTT test During a combination »* Preparation for Overseas Movement and Operational a in Training Test (POM/ORTT) the 15th S and Bn. 1st Cav. Div. proved themselves capable of defend- ing their own position against I hostile...

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

Page Twelve-A MOVE OUT The crew of this Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) just received word of an advancing at- tack by units of the 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cavalry (2/1 Cav.) YOU CAN’T GET THERE FROM HERE ... Spec. 4 Allen Huff con- templates the terrain he and his teammates must travel as they hustle around the 48th Med. Bn. obstacle course. The 17 Kentucky National Guardsmen were in training for their expert medical badge and this barrier was only one of many hazards to be handled before the course was run. (Photo by Kirt Livernois.) •v i.-vxs?** Iv WHAT’S THAT OVER THERE? Sgt. Irs Eli of “B” Co. l/123rd Arm. spots the column of smoke in the dis- tance that heralds the attacking forcers. It will still be awhile before they move out though so driver Spec. 5 4ft 2nd Armd. Div. Receiving their orders they spin out to link up with other units of the battalion to try to repulse the attack. (Photo by Kirt Livernois.) The guard belongs. For two weeks which began March 14th and ends today the guard...

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

Friday March 28 1975 BY GLEN E. FESS A ccidental swallowing of medicine or household clean- ing agents is a leading cause of death in children one to five. Fortunately most of these de- aths are avoidable if parents’ will take a little care with potential poisons. hildren are extremely curious. It is natural for them to put anything and everything into th ir ouths. waste doesn’t matter because a child won’t know if the taste is un- pleasant until it is too late. Preschool age children are fascinated by retty con- tainers and colorful capsules and pills. Unfortunately this fascin atio often leads to tragedy. National statistics indicate that more than 500000 children swallow’ poison in some form annually. About 4000 of these cases are fatalities. There are approximately a ate illio pro cts available to the American public for use in and around the home that can kill when swallowed or ingested. They ra fro te ts furniture polishes and waxes to drain cleaners lighter fluids and pestici...

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

Page Fourteen-A Donors of blood thanked If you’re getting tired of giv- ing your toil sweat and tears to keep Ft. Hood working friendly perhaps it’s time for a change of pace. Maybe you should take the time to donate a pint of blood to the Army and Red Cross Blood Program. The most important sacrifices are sometimes the least pain- ful to make. The 1st Cav. Div.’s Army Blood Program is calling for at least 250 donors particularly from DISCOM and the 1st Bn. 68th ADA. Anyone in the division however is welcome. The blood donations will be taken on April 4 from 8 a.m: to 2 p.m at Building 3230 on the east side of the old hospital area. Don’t worry about waiting in line for hours either. The donor center can handle ap- proximately 40 donors per hour. For any additional informa- tion or to schedule donations by unit groups contact 1st Lt. Kadull of the 1st Cav. Div. Surgeon’s Office at 685-3102. The A rm E ergen cy Relief (AER) and the Army Relief Society (ARS) pro- grams recently began ...

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

Friday March 28 1975 For the SIZE Virdon: Easy Rider By JERRY“PORKER” REED New York Yankees chasing the Baltimore Orioles has been like motoring along in a ’49 Studebaker. But this year the Yanks hope to make the ride as com- fortable as cruising in a seven-passenger Oldsmobile. At the controls will be skipper Bill Virdon Sporting News’ Manager of the Year in 1974. Virdon hopes to make his team as sweet as a bourbon-flavored kiss from a Fith Avenue stripper while pushing the New Yorkers’ lead over the Orioles wider than an AMC Pacer. Virdon is more confident of his job this year with two new passengers in the Yankee car pool namely Bobby Bonds and Jim “Catfish” Hunter. With the addition of these two Virdon’s team could be in the proverbial “driver’s seat” in the American League East. Before Bonds and Hunter arrived the Yankees finished only two games behind Baltimore so the newcomers are not the club’s only strength. But they certainly may mean the difference. Naturally Virdon is ha...

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

Page Two-B tc I .• 'v S vt I The Sports Car Club of Ft. Hood (SCCFH) has no events scheduled for this weekend and leaders of the group are using the tim to lay out the special gim ick rally which ill ick ff a ’s general em bership meeting. embers and other interest- ed persons should gather at the club’s regular meeting place a ay rubaker’s at 7:30 1 p.m. Thursday. April 3. The .- meeting itself will follow the The 1975 Dependent Youth Activities Basketball Program has come to a close. Final re sults in two of the four leagues have th mucks as league champions in the Interm mediate League while in the Midget League the Bucks different team but sam name also re- igned suprem e. In the final games in the In- term mediate League the Bucks defeated the Roo’s 36-19. Deno N ich ls th le a ’s top scorer led the Bucks with 17 points while Edward Cordillio had nine points for the losers. In other games the Rockets fe ate th eltics 35-21 behind the 11 point scoring ef- fort of erald McNeil. T...

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

if. Friday* March 28. 1975 EXTRA© 3 ____ ___ vo*n POINTS Theft of sporting equipment from the various athletic outlets around Ft. Hood has been rampant for quite a while now. But the Army has just about stopped picking up the tab alone. This year unless further developments negate this there will be no divisional hardball baseball team because of lack of funds to purchase the necessary equip- ment. One reason there’s not enough money or equip- ment is because Burba Gym 1st Cav. Gym and all the others on Ft. Hood have been getting ripped off. Ripped off to such an extent that there are precious few funds left to replace or repair equipment buy clothing or purchase necessary but expendable items such as tennis balls badminton birdies baseballs and so forth. There’s no way to sugarcoat this dose of bad medicine. It’s a fact of life for most gymnasiums that they have to replace not only equipment that wears out but equipment that walks out. Recreational facilities get allotted a set amo...

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

Friday March 28 1975 a a in a division forged ahead across the river outrunning its supply lines. After the attack surviv- ing enemy units which had been scattered by the advanc- ing armor regrouped behind the division on both sides of the river. This mock battle was staged by elements of Ft. Hood’s three engineer battalions dur- ing a four-day field training exercise dubbed ‘‘Operation Professional.” ‘‘The tactical exercise was a test of anew Army engineer- ing concept where all con- struction battalions will soon expand their missions by as- sum ing a ore direct of- fensive ‘heavy combat’ role” explained Cpt. Billy W. Frost 62nd Eng. Bn. operations of- ficer 13th COSCOM. The 62nd Eng. Bn. acted as controlling authority for sup­ E tCHANGE COMMAND Aw a BEST MESS AWARD The ‘‘Division Troops Honor Dining Facility Award” for February was presented to HHC 2nd A rm d. Div. in ceremonies Tuesday morning in the company’s dining facili- ty. Colonel Paul B. McDaniel 2nd Armd. Div. chief of s...

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

Friday March 28 1975 •I TOTIN’ HAY WHILE THE FIRE BURNS T~ Billy '). Turnbull carries the soaking bales away from the scene of the inferno. THE REMAINS OF WHAT ONCE WAS Yellow smoke and crackling embers fill the air as the barn teeters on the verge of complete collapse. Although this attalion’s seminar Law enforcement officials from the surrounding area met with more than 600 Ft. Hood soldiers recently to discuss “The role of the Military and Civilian Police in the Com- munity. For almost three hours the problems of enforcing the law and the role of the citizen- soldier were discussed. Ways of improving relations with the police and 16th Sig. Bn.. 13th COSCOM soldiers were dis- cussed. According to the public in- formation specialist from the battalion “Chiefs of Police from Temple Belton Killeen and Copperas Cove responded to the invitation to speak to the soldiers as well as represen- ta tiv fro th ex as Department of Public Safety Highway Patrol and the 720th MP Bn.” The battalio...

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

Page Six-B Rains increase in April Spring is in full swing during April with a dramatic increase over March in the number of days with thunderstorms. On the average twice as many days in April six days which is our annual high —compared with March 3.2 days have thunderstorms. his in re a in th derstorm activity is a result of spring atmosphere ideally set up for the development of thunderstorms some of which reach severe stages. The highest peak wind of 80 knots was recorded in a thun- derstorm in April. Some of the factors which contribute to this increase in thunderstorm activity are the intensification of the Bermuda High in- creases the low level warm moist flow from the Gulf of Mexico into Central Texas. The fact that the jet-stream is still in the southern United States the continued passage of cold fro ts from th northwest and the additional heating in the low levels of the atmosphere are produced by the increase in the amount of daylight. Throughout April the sun will contin...

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

28 li9?5 PARK MANOR LARGE DOZEN UMIT-2 DOZEN ADDl'S 76 GREAT WESTERN RA N CH STYLE BEANS UMIT-3 ADOLS 33 OIL $199 wesson 4 8 -O LIMIT-1 ADDIS 2 .1 6 PA A a a UMIT-2 ADDl'S 6 7 32-OZ. BOTTLES PEPSI COLA PLUS DEPOSIT. UMIT-2 CTNS ADDL'S 2 .3 4 WHOLE DECKER'S SLAB RANCH COUNTRY BRAND (HALVES HORMEL CURE 81 SLICED BACON BONELESS HAM rouND 6 9 BONELESS HAM PROTEEN __ .P O N .................. $029 LB. SLICED AMERICAN GROUND MEAT 5 9 POUND 9 9 CHUCK STEAK STEAKHOUSE POUND ............ 79 STEAKHOUSE BONELESS CLUB STEAK STEAKHOUSE BONELESS STEAK or ROAST $ 6 9 POUND TOP ROUND $ 1 4 9 POUND.......... BONELESS EYE-0-R0UND LUX LIQUID DETERGENT 22-OUNCE BOTTLE DOVE LIQUID DETERGENT 2 2 -O BOTTLE TEXAS GOLD STAMPS WITH THIS COUPON AND TNi PURCHASE Of $5.00 OR MORI HORMEL CUREMASTER BONELESS HAM SAUSAGE SWISS STEAK STEAKHOUSE ARM CUT POUND FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS OUPON COUPON GOOD MARCH 27 THROUGH 4SI WEDNESDAY APRIL 2ND. PURCHASE AMOUNT CASHIER'S INITIALS jclxixixlxjbclxAxLaclxiatfJbc...

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

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

Friday arch 28 1975 What special provisions in paying federal income tax ap- ply to members of the Armed Forces? As citizens enjoying the benefits of the American socie- ty while at the same time serv- ing to protect those benefits members of the Armed Forces are expected to pay their fair share of the cost of govern- ment However since service in the Armed Forces entails personal sacrifice at times Congress has authorized cer- tain exemptions and deduc- tions for military men and women. The cut-off amount for filing federal income tax depends on the marital status and age of the individual. Marital status is determined as of the last day of the tax year Dec. 31. A single individual must file a return if he or she had $2050 S -29 One coupon per visit please. alid hru April 5 1 9 7 5 Share a 132 3 S. 57th* 773-1666 TEMPLE or more gross income for the year. At age 65 or older the re- quirement is $2800. Any in- dividual who may be claimed as the dependent of another taxpayer must file...

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

Friday March 28 1975 It’s about time to give television a break (Which knob?) and turn attention to another media industry that seem to be floundering around and going nowhere fast. This would be the multi- billion dollar recording in- dustry and it would be in- formative to take a look at the trends that are being set and especially those that aren’t be- ing set. For the first time in years the only place rock seems to be rolling is downhill. Very little work of any creativity is being done in any field today but in the record industry this can be particularly deadly. Rock seems to be splintering into several different direc- tions at the same time with none of the splinters showing any sign of further growth. Anybody out there re member "Bubble Gum” as a rock sound? It burst full grown with “The Archies” and hasn’t died down yet being constant- ly refurbished by the likes of the Osmonds and David Cassidy. At the opposite end of the spectrum probably under a rock somewhere is Alice...

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

Friday March 2 8 1975 CROWNED The event conies to its climax as First Sergeant Wess Hinson FIDDLERS GREEN The bi-monthly meeting of the Enlisted Advisory Council will take place at Fiddlers reen crea tio enter tonight at 7:30. Saturday there will be a spades tournament at 2 p.m. At the sam tim Sunday there will be a pinochle tourna- ment and at 2:30 kids can visit the giant Easter bunnies and share Easter treats. Monday night the weekly pool tournament will be held and a floral designing class will be taught in another sec- tion of the center. Persons interested in poster design may get instruction and details about the Bi centennial poster contest. At 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday a table tennis tourna- ment will get underway and square dancing classes will be taught. The Chess Club will meet Wednesday night and bridge will be the evening's entertain- ment on Thursday. For more information about any of these activities please call 685-7310. WEST FT. HOOD New’ Orleans sounds will be featured...

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

Page Twelve-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Personals 011 If th erso ho took th diamond Elgin watch from the lady in the black & white Cadillac would return it prom pt- ly there will be no questions asked. BUSINESS SERVICES B'king Tax Service 031 SCHIRMER INCOME TAX SERVICE Your Home-Our Office $5 Up Daily 9-9 bv apoointm ent. Call marry Schirm er (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- tion from O ur Large Stock. monthly Rentals $10 to SI 5. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. illeen............................. 634-4742 (tfn) Misc. Services 063 PATS COIN SHOP COINS STAMPS SUPPLIES AND METAL DETECTORS 8TH ST. KILLEEN 526-5584 Sentinel Classified REAL ESTATE City Property 090 Your Home Will Sell Better When It Is A PALACE GUARDED HOME Because Buyers Want No Cost Repair or eplacem ent Protection For The Homes Major Equipment. Exclusively At: GARVIN- WAGNER REALTORS 608...

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

0 riday arch 28 1975 A S-Ng&v jnix HAVE IT YOUR WAY—Two-year-old George Hall Jr. demonstrates a talent for spinning records that is far beyond his years. After witnessing his expertise at the turntable where he sometimes assists his father “George of the Jungle" it took a tricycle and a toy pistol to convince his fans that he is indeed only two yeas old and not a 36 inch high elf. (Photo by Ivan Foster) The 2nd Armd. Div. Band passes in review marching in perfect precision. Stirring notes of a John Philip Sousa march fill the clear air and no I one present can fail to be moved by the beauty of the brisk military pace. The bright summer sun shoots sparks at the spectators as it catches and reflects the metal of the highly polished instruments. The ru s always a favorite instrument of parade th sia sts ra out the measured cadence of the smartly stepping soldiers. A drummer immaculate in his dress blue uniform passes within inches of the spectator’s stands. He takes no notice of se...

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