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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

VOL. 34 NO. 4 Ti-nqujyuLffrrif- By A. D. Pittman A recent movie called “Cinderella Liberty” contains an excellent illustration that is the moral to this story. Marsha Mason who plays the lead female role in the movie is a hustling bar girl and the mother of an 11-year- old son. Her stated objective in one portion of ti.e movie is to finagle sailor James Caan into matrimony. Her motive is to secure service benefits for the welfare of herself and the boy who is in poor health. Mason muses that if the good fairy gave her one wish it would be “to have PX privileges.” This wishful fantasy in arsha’s mind is a reality with many people who do indeed have PX privileges. Un- fortunately some of the patrons who have the right to use Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) facilities flirt dangerously with these rights every day. The game these gamblers play is called shoplifting. Just exactly why they take such a chance on personal embarrassment fines and the loss of their exchange privil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

.^age Two By GAIL R. GRANT You never know who you might need. •That phrase could be directed towards and mean many different things. Right now let’s be concerned with one phase of it as in relation to you the soldier. Did you ever ear of the Army Emergency Relief (AER) or Army Relief Society (ARS)? Better yet do you know what they are? If you haven’t heard of it before now you’ve probably at least seen a poster on your bulletin board or in the hallway of your unit in the past couple of days with "the headline Army Emergency Relief. Next time you see the poster stop take a few minutes of your time to “see what it’s all about.’’ It’s “no gimmick” to help you spend your paycheck but it may benefit you and your loved ones in the future. So what if you never use it unless you’re inhuman it should be a good feeling to know that your small contribution may have helped so- meone. Who knows it may be your “best buddy.” Now just in case you don’t spend a few minutes at that bulletin board we’...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

Friday April 4 1975 MUSEUM VISIT One of the last places visited by the N worth esquite High School Mesquite Tex. Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) was the 2nd Arnid. Div. Museum. In addition to The following courts-martial were tried by the 1st Cav. Div. from March 14 through March 20: ere ere no en eral co rts-m martial during this period. The following bad conduct discharge special courts- martial were tried. Private first class Gerald Thomas “A” Co.. 13th Signal Bn. was tried March 14 for io la tio of A rtic le 121 (larceny) and was sentenced to be confined at hard labor for 1 one month to forfeit $100 pay per month for three months and to be reduced to the grade of Private E-l. iv a 2 S tale L. Johnson “C” Co. 13th Signal Bn. was tried March 14 for io la tio of A rtic le 121 (larceny) and was sentenced to be discharged from the service with a bad conduct dis-. charge to be confined at hard labor for two months to forfeit $150 pay per month for two months and to be r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

Page Four Whole family needs alcoholism counseling By PERKINS McKENZIE When we as a society talk about the need to stop the suffering created by alcoholism we are primarily thinking of assisting the alcoholic person. According to government statistics there are an estimated 10 million alcoholic persons in the United States who need and of course deserve all the help they can get. However I think that it is time for socie- ty to recognize that serious drinking also indirectly involves a large number of persons w'ho are not affected by personal indulgence or abstinence the approx- imately 50 million family members of alcoholic persons. Many of these people are carrying a heavy burden and receiv- ing very little or no support at all from society. They too need and deserve help don’t you think? It is my belief that society should assist these people for two very valid reasons. First it will increase the recovery rate of alcoholic persons. Second and by far the most important the spouses...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

Friday April 4 1975 \4 Specialist 4 Delbert A. Clark is a tinkerer and his tinkering a a $20000 machine that does the job four times as fast as before. It all began when acting Sgt. Clark a tank turret repairman from Co. B” 27th Maint. Bn. 1st Cav. Div. was asked to build a Sheridan turret test bench. The suggestion cam from Lt. Col. Jack L. Sauer a A BETTER MOUSETRAP This maze of vehicle parts gauges and test equip- ment assembled by Spec. 4 Delbert A. 4 Clark “B” Co. 27th Maint. Bn. 1 st Cav. Div. was designed and built to permit testing of the electrical components of the The following courts-m martial ere tried by the 1st Cav. Div. March 21 through 28. re re no ra rts -m a rtia uring this period. The following special had conduct discharge courts- martial were tried. S ia lis 4 ic a rd J. Nicoll HQ and HQ Btry. 2nd Bn. 19th FA was tried arch 25 for violation of Article 121 (larcen and was sentenced to be isch arg ed from the service with a bad conduct dis- charge to be confined ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

.Page Six HOI 2ND SQDN. 1ST CAV. :An Easter setting was the {heme for an evening coffee Thursday March 20 for the of- ficers’ wives of the 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. in the home of Mrs. Larry Jackson. Co-hostesses Were Mrs. Jan Gray Mrs. Herbert Flather and Mrs. fid ward Lovejoy. A demonstration on the art Of lead stained glass provided the program. I rs. John reenw ay Welcomed newcomers to the squadron and presented them With crested pins. Newcomers irtcluded Mrs. David Raffo ftfrs. Barbara Parham and Mrs. Russel Hunter Mrs. Greenway then re- minded the ladies of the bake sale scheduled for April 4. The fake sale is held to raise funds fbr two boys in the Waco Methodist Home. ‘’There will be a pot luck sup- per in the home of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Green way April 26 to celebrate the completion of the field problems. 2ND BN. 5TH ADA Saturday March 22 a hail fend farewell wine tasting par- ly was hosted by Lt. Col. and Mrs. John Shetler in their home. I The table decorated with a Centerpiece of ...

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

Friday April 4 1975 Go LONG We tta a THlh oeg/n '/N 7 Apr When someone mentions the word raft you usually envision a blo e-h aired boy with weeds in his mouth and patched faded blue jeans floating peacefully down a lazy river. Recently the soldiers of “E Co. 17th Eng. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. got a chance to embark on a raft of their own. The scene was far from the idyllic crea- tion of Mark Twain however. Instead of straw hats and blue je a s th sold ie rs ore helmets and fatigues and a heav ndred-foot raft replaced the small leaky craft Tom Sawyer had built from scrap lumber. of E Co. participated in a rafting ex- ercise in which they supported th 62nd Eng. Bn. 13th COSCOM by transporting their vehicles across an arm of Belton Lake. “In three days we moved about 25 vehicles across here” said Spec. 4 Al- lan Denney. “It takes about 10 to 15 minutes to complete each run” he added. "W e’re moving everything from jeeps to heavy construc- tion equipm ent” stated Lt. William Rutherford in cha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

Page Eight '$ 3 MAPPING STRATAGY Lieutenant Mokoto S a a a and Lt. Wayne Austerman his escort officer from 1st Bn. 66th Arm. confer on element posi- tion. The Japanese Imperial Army officer \isited the 2nd Armd. Div. for a six week MAP-TOE like Santa Claus the tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny exists for the true believer. Standing for Manage- ment Practices in Table of Organization and Equipment units it is “an Army wide pro- gram designed to teach and as- sist ‘first line supervisors’ in the application of modern management techniques.” The course is taught to com missioned officers warrant of- ficers and non-commissioned officers (NCOs). For many the first line supervisor is the first step in the chain of com- mand to whom the individual is responsible. The motor sergeant or the section NCOIC are prime examples. Presently the 13th COSCOM is going full swing in conduct- ing classes for its personnel and those in the other non- divisional units. Courses are also conducted by the maj...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

Friday April 4 1975 CHANGE COMMAND S Aw wards RETIREMENT PARADE In-the midst of a sudden cold snap the retirement of five non-commissioned officers of the 1st Cav. Div was observed as part of the division’s retreat ceremony in the 1st Cav. Div. Gym No. One Friday March 28 The retreat ceremony was conducted by the 13th Sig. Bn. under the command of Lt. Col. Raymond C. Baugh. The retreat and retirement ceremony commenced with the division band under the direction of CW04 A. K. Ignacio performing their stan- dard selection of martial airs. Daily honors to the flag were observed with the sounding of "Retreat” "To the Colors.” Following the retreat Maj. C. D. Lynn deputy adjutant for the division announced the retirement of five of the First Team’s non-commissioned of- ficers: Sergeant Major Roscoe Huff HHC 1st. Bn. 7th Cav. retired afte 30 years of service to make his home in Dallas. A Meritorious Service Medal was presented to Sgt. Maj. Huff by Maj. Gen. Julius W. Becton Jr. First Team...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

Page Ten 13 TH G0SQdlIBns sim ii is mm DANCING OUT Personnel of the Office of the A ssistan Chief of S taff Material are hosting a special dinner and dance for two re- tirees in their section April 18th. The affair at the Main NCO Club will honor Sfc. and Mrs. John D. Tribble and SSG and Mrs. John C. Sams. In- terested individuals may con- tact Sgt. Maj. Bankers at 685-5637 or 685-4731. HITTING THE TEXAS TRAIL Texas-born Master Sgt. Billy P. Swindle 13th COSCOM’s Hq. Co. retired Monday after over 20 years service in the Army broadcasting field. Dur- ing his one month with 13th COSCOM Swindle devoted his time to researching stories for the “Sunburst” and releasing material to Ft. Hood Radio and TV for local airing. “The first thing I plan to do” stated Swindle “is to find a good pair of boots and then let my hair and beard grow. After that I’ll help my wife start her little ceramcis shop in the town of Mesquite near Dallas and spend the rest of my time sitting on my the back porch an...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

Page Twelve The following courts-martial were tried by the 1st Cav. Div. between March 7 and March 13: General Courts-Martial. S ecialist 4 elbert R. Nestell “C” Trp. 4th Sqdn. 9th Cav. 6th Bde. was tried March 11 for violation of Arti- cle 121 (larceny) and Article 108 (destroying military pro- perty) and was sentenced to be discharged from the service with a bad conduct discharge to be confined at hard labor for three months to forfeit $100 pay per month for six months and to be reduced to the grade of Private E-l. Bad Conduct Discharge BCD S ia rts Martial Specialist 4 Jam es P. Cham- bers CSC 1st Bn. 8th Cav. was tried March 11 for viola- tion of Article 128 (assault) and was sentenced to forfeit $150 pay per month for two months to perform extra duty for 30 days to be restricted to his unit for 30 days and to be red ed to the rad of Private E-l. Private first class Bradley D. Colegrove “A" Co. 1st Bn. 12th Cav. was tried March 13 for violation of Article 121 (larceny) and was s...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

Mrs. Gigi Arnold has some very definite ideas on how she feels about her husband’s job. “The first time Steven was up for reenlistment I was all for it but I told him to do whatever would make him happy. I was sure glad he decided to reenlist. “I like the life. I like the quarters we live in here on post. The medical care is certainly as good as any and probably a lot better than most. “The post schools are great too. I know because I went to them as a kid. Of course the baby’s still along way from school. But when he’s old enough for the day care centers I think I’ll go to nursing school. That way I’ll be able to work wherever Steven is stationed. I’m glad he’s happy with the Army because I sure am’.’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS "If my husband were to reenlist again today I’d be all for it!v IWtH iilillli Ibday^s Army gets better every time a good family reenlists.

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

Page Fourteen SPORTS End of a golden era? By JERRY“PORKER” REED Lyndon Johnson was a Senator William Faulkner won the Nobel Prize and Broderick Crawford was an Oscar- winning actor. Silk suits wide lapels and three-inch cuffs were in style a hamburger was a mere fifteen cents and Ken- tucky was the best basketball team in the country. That’s what they tell me. That’sth.e way they say it was in 1949. It was also the year John Wooden arrived at U.C.L.A. Gosh! Has it been that long? It seems just like yesterday. I’m no Dave Anderson or Red Smith. I’m not syndicat- ed like Jim Murray and my salary can’t compare with Blackie Sherrod’s but I do remember some of the good old days. Yep.I remember listening to the Bruins on grandpa’s late-model RCA. I can even recollect watching the Bruins play on a black and white television. I was just knee-high to a number-two lead pencil when U.C.L.A. captured their first national championship. Let’s see that was the same time the Beatles head-lined the ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

Friday April 4 1975 4 *T 4-s- Cav. volleyball tourney played W ith S ta ff Jo hnson an ervin S lle rs settin th ’p ace th 27th aint. Bn. le ste rs” bounced .b ack to win the 1st Cav. Div. ^Double-Elimination Volleyball •Cham pionship earlier in the *week. The Knucklebusters knocked ^off last a r’s champions 15th AG Repl. Det. in an “if” gam perform ance winning the best "tw o-out-of-three series two 'g ames straight 11-5 and 12-5. It as during this deciding *game that both Johnson and Sellers rose to the occasion. Johnson a former All-Army ‘n wetter and Sellers used spiking "returns and ball placement to *prqpel their team into early pleads leads they never relin- ish ed •i In the first set of the cham io ip te th ^Knucklebusters cam up with «four straig points to put the *game away 11-5. In the second *set the two team battled to a *2-2 tie before 27 Maint. racked Sup six straight points putting £the gam out of reach. Not only as their offense ^w working for them but de- a sta tin ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

Page Sixteen \i Photos by Jim Rose Jon Bauplunnn Our business depends on our good name. PONTIAC-BUICK/ KIU-EEN TEXAS PONTIAC-BUICK 804 E. Hwy. 190 Killeen *TJ 634-2691 n_. IV \V UTTDDUV By RANDY MURPHY With Audie Evans a 6’3” forward from Fayetteville N. C. hitting for 18 points in the first half the 27th Maint. Bn. "Knucklebusters” hung on to win the 1975 III Corps and Ft. Hood Battalion-Level Double- Elimination Basketball Cham- pionship by a slim two point margin 49-47. In a a or in ballgame played at the Post Gym last Wednesday evening the "Knucklebusters” nearly got busted themselves as their opponents the 1st Bn. 77th A A "Falcons'” cam scratching back from a 32-23 half-time de- ficit to win in the closing seconds. With four seconds showing on th an The 303rd Army Security Agency Bn. swept the field of nondivisional competition to earn the com ander’s cup award as the best unit in athletic participation and ac- complishments during the first half of Fiscal Year 1975 in all non...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

id a April 4 1975 S are GLEN E. FESS N early everyone maintains records pertaining to financial matters such as income tax. charge accounts and car pay- ents. But how many people keep sufficient record of their medical history? maintenance of a complete a is ta in in a ifo rm ed Services Medical reatm ent acility provided the record is left in the proper location. However any believe that it is better to keep their own re cords than to leave them at a medical treatment facility. The people who work in the entral O utpatient ecords Section (CORS) at arnall Army Hospital are specially trained to maintain health re- cords. employees work in the Outpa- tient Records Section ain- taining approximately 165000 health records. These include medical records on all depen- dents Ft. Hood Civil Service employees and retirees. Also the health records of MED- DAC personnel and all WACs are kept in th O utpatient Records Section. With this daily workload the help and understanding of the t. ood it...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

Page Eighteen Leave cycle signs Hood residents asked The organizers of the two day trial cross country motorcycle endurance contest have issued a plea to Ft. Hood personnel to please leave the route signs in place. he ig a ti a to th to rcy clists in competing in the scheduled races. The signs are approximately eight by 10 inches with an arrow pointing in the direc- tion that the competitors are to travel. One sign has a large arrow with the figure one painted day-glo orange in the middle and the other sign has a large number two painted in the middle with flourescent orange. The signs are plainly marked at the bot- tom stating their purpose and who to con- tact if any questions arise. These signs are to assure that none of the motorcycle riders in the two day trials lose their way by following the wrong route. They will help assure that the event will run smoothly and with as little deiay as possible. If the signs should be re- moved there will be unwanted confusion among the compe...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

Friday April 4 1975 ACADEMIC DRIVE A flea market will be set up tonight at the Academic Drive Recreation Center and open for business at 10 a.m. Satur- day morning. The market will end at 4 p.m. Volunteers are needed to help set up tables. At the flea market items will be offered for sale to help in home decoration and coin and stamp collecting. A varie- ty of merchandise will afford shoppers a chance to obtain things that they may not be able to buy elsewhere. Sunday morning at 10 a.m. a coffee call is scheduled. A match game will highlight ac- tivities Sunday evening begin- ning at 7:30. A double elimination eight ball tourney will be held Mon- day night beginning at 7:30. Table tennis will get un- derway Tuesday night at 7:30 Acdemic Drive Recreation Center schedules Saturday Flea Market with the weekly tournament. Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. will find the Enlisted Ad- visory Council meeting at the facility for all personnel in- terested in the center’s ac- tivities. A spades tou...

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