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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

Page Eighteen fhtvI Monday April 14 8a.m .W eather— FHNew 8:12a.m. What’s Happening 8:27 a.m Intro to Wheeled & Tracked Vehicles 9:01 a.m Vehicle Recovery Expedients 9:35a.m POL Safety 40a.m Annual SAEDA Presentation -10:57 a .m Defense of the Cannons 11:31 a Fuel SystemSupply Ftoint Noon W eather— FH News 1 2:12pm W what's Happening 12:27 Duties of the Forw ardO vserver :01 ap Reading. rid Sys&Coordinates 1:45 .m Friday the 13th 2:06 p. Pentagon Address by Sec. of Army 2:40 .m Fid Wire Tech: Splice Kit JK-356/G 3:06 p.m. Sig Units in TO Pt. 2. Corps Sign Bn 3:32 .m uarding Against Sabotage .m CTC resents: Fem inine Safety 4:30 .m W eather— FH News 4:42 .m W what's Happening Jte a April 15 'V k8 a .m W eather— FH N ew 8 :1 2 a .m W what's Happening 8:27a .m Intro toTAMMS 9 :1 0 a.m Intro to Map Reading *-9:50 a .m Chalk Talk on Alcoholism 1 0 :5 5 a.m Cover & Deception 11:20a .m A FYee People ll:4 0 a .m Food Energy and You *Naon W eather— FH News 12:12 p.m. W what's Hap...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

Friday April 11 1975 Need to use a typewriter for a short period to write that let- ter home? Want to listen to Spanish records? Need seven ie certificate? If so then journey over to the hub of the Fort Hood Library System Casey Memorial Library on Bat- talion Ave. The week of April 13-19 has been eclared N ational Library Week” throughout the United States. In honor of this asey rial Library along with all the branch libraries will be hold- ing an open house on Wednes- day April 16 from 2 p.m. till 4 p.m. Refreshments will be served so stop by and discover what the libraries have to of- fer. “Information Power” is the theme for this year’s ob- servance a fitting theme it is for who is more powerful than the well-informed? The Fort Hood Library System comprises the Main ibrary and four branch libraries positioned throughout main post and West Fort Hood. A small annex is located in Darnall Army Hospital. Did you know that there are over 115000 books in the library system? They cover ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

a I BUSINESS SERVICES Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 inch Portable with Built- in Antena. Rented bv the Dav eek 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 PAT’S COIN SHOP COINS STAMPS SUPPLIES AND METAL DETECTORS 8TH ST. KILLEEN 526-5584 PRIN TIN of all Kinds. ILITARY CALLING CARDS. Wedding and Baby A ts O IN O O GRAPHICS 699-2987. (tfn) Coins & Supplies Authentic Indian Jewelry (N avajo Hopi Zuni Santo Domingo) HUNTLEY'S COIN GALLERY Across From McDonald's On Rancier Out-of-Town Prop. 094 IN LAMPASAS 2 Homes each on 5 acres 3 bdr. 2 baths. VA Financing RAY COLEMAN ASSOCIATES Lampasas 512-556-2243 LEONARD RAWLINGS Lampasas 512-556-2284 EMPLOYMENT Help-Female 131 N E E E A a (fem ale) ag 18-25 cocktail waitress rie lp fu l no rie essary aran te ed $100 eekly. Earn $200 to $300 weekly. One week p...

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

Friday April 11 1975 TMI offers scholarships exas military Institute (TMI) a coeducational school as ra sc la rsh ip available for dependents of military personnel for the 1975-76 school year. “TMI has a strong college preparatory curriculum for grades 9 thru 12 and its ex- perienced faculty provides sound training in basic dis- cipline” said Lt. Col. Williams M. Greenberg senior Army in- structor. The ca is located between the Alamo Heights and Olmos Park residential suburbs of San Antonio. he le in lu several academic buildings a dormitory a student recrea- tion room gym heated swim- ming pool five tennis courts an all weather track and foot- ball and soccer field. For further information call Lt. Col. Greenberg at 826-8636 extension 29. With Central Texas present- ly experiencing pleasant tem peratures everyone should be reminded that in a few short Weeks the heat of summer will be upon us. As temperatures begin to re- ach the 80 degree mark fairly consistently rest assured this ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

Pajjt* Twcnlv-Two After FTX soldier says: BY IC A A. HOLLAND Through a morning mist which washed our faces with a cold dam wind the convoy rolled slowly out the west gate of Ft. Hood. The soldiers eyes heavy with the early morning hours nodded momentarily. of a a a in O a ti a Readiness Tactical Training ie ld E is (O ) flashed before us. Images of late night am sh es fire watches special duties and perhaps a patrol or two make up but a few of the things we find ourselves thinking about. Our thoughts are jolted back to the reality of the day as the sound of all arm fire ra the a rly morning light. The aggressors have pened fire an in quick response our guards return the fire. Soon we are past the enemy and turning off the pavement into our- encam p- ment area. The area is covered with a thick growth of Texas un- derbrush and punctuated with a good population of cedar- and live oak trees. Hidden back in a a lc among the trees tents are pitched for the offices of the battalion. Then t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

I VOL. 34 NO. 6 Illi By TOM HART So payday has finally arrived. You’ve got all that green tucked into your jeans and you figure it’s time you headed downtown to see if all those stories you’ve been hearing are true. Upon arrival you see all those ladies prancing down the street and wearing less cotton-that it takes to stuff an aspirin bottle. Hey dude they’re looking at you and look- ing like you’re the best looking guy that ever walked the street. So go ahead take the plunge sucker! If you’re lucky you may get back to post with your life. Don’t count on it though. Tlie odds are against you. THE OLDEST PROFESSION Since there have been armies there have been the “camp followers.” They go by all kinds of names call girls party girls street walkers or ladies of the evening. You can find them mentioned in the Bible the Greek classics Romantic literature and in the latest periodical. They exist and prosper in almost every country in the world. They come in all sizes and colors. While the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

r. i*. 4*. v* r* v. THESE BOOTS WERE MADE FOR WALKING To avoid the bust the girls must keep on the move. Still they must make it known that they are “selling.” The costume has become an important A 33rd Street Chapel Recently Gilbert Cruz of San Marcos quit his job as a guitar player for a professional band in order to dedicate more of his spare time to directing the church choir of St. John’s church in San Marcos. For six years Gilbert has been direct- ing the “Coro de San Juan” which has reaped popularity in the many churches in Central and South Texas where it has performed. For the past two months the “Coro de San Juan” has been preparing for its performance at Ft. Hood. The Group’s con- cert-show April 27 at Palmer theater will be their second appearance at the Central Texas Army post. Father Lon- nie Reyes vice-chancellor of the Austin Diocese who is co- director of the choir said “The group performed at the 33rd St. Chapel in March last year. We were very well received r* * 8...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

4 Friday April 18 1975 s. le In the Kingdom of “Do your own thing” the automobile has long claimed the crown. Perhaps no other single possession occupies the time money consideration and place of honor as a car. Psychologists tell us that an individual’s car represents much more to it’s owner than a simple means of transporta- tion. As a means of expressing oneself the automobile has become more and more a personality object as well. Only a few short years ago the streamlined foreign sports car was doing battle with the American built convertible for first place in the ego sweepstakes. When a couple went auto shopping they often shunned the more practical family style station wagon feeling it would mark them as hopeless- ly domesticated stodgy and IT’S YOUR THING The interior of Spec. 4 Louis C. Jones’ van reflects his taste and personality. One of the pleasure of owning a van is this kind of freedom to “Do your own thing.” A uni­ A military division like a human body has several sy...

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

Page Four-A ■f Leaders of the AER-ARS Combined •Fund Drive are issuing renewed request £to Ft. Hood soldiers to assist them in re- aching the $45000 goal set for the drive by |Lt. Gen. Robert M. Shoemaker III Corps Ijjknd Ft. Hood commander and thereby ♦lend credence to the drive’s slogan that v‘The Army Takes Care of Its Own.” At present some 14000 soldiers have donated nearly $18250 to the campaign 1 3 A- i# 5 A Day week or month dedicated to something No doubt there exists a day week or month dedicated to the memory or recognition of just about every group sport disease occasion foundation and lamentation mankind has endured. We even have a leap year set aside honoring the infamous leap though it is uncertain as to whether we are referring to track and field stars of the Spartan era or suicidal lovers of this day. Nonetheless let us emphasize that we are not about to usurp the authority of those who established all these commemoratory dates. We in fact enjoy the holidays often af...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

Friday April 18 1975 Guest editorial com ent EDITOR'S NOTE: The following editorial was taken from the pages of THE CASTLE of Ft. Belvoir. Its content does not necessarily represent the opinion of the Sentinel staff. With the increasing numbers of WAGs on Ft. Hood we are aware of the many contributions of women in the Army. We still love you! By ESTELROD F. OINK I really love doing this column. It gives me a chance to let loose. I am able to say whatever I think and beacuse it is my own opinion nobody can yell at me. In a free country everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion. I would like to tackle in this issue the problem of WACs in the Army. They just don’t belong. If God wanted WAC’s in the Army he would have painted their skin green but he didn’t. He issued them green uniforms anyway though and I’ll never understand When lonely By GORDON PIKE Here I sit. Staring out the window I become very aware of how lonely I am. I watch the sun setting and it occurs to me that I need ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

In a colorful ceremony last Friday morning the first Tex- as State historical marker to be awarded an active Army division was unveiled on the grounds of the 2nd Armd. Div. Museum. At the same time the museum hosted its grand opening after a year of ex- tensive remodeling. On hand for the celebration were several honored guests who played major roles in the history of the division. The re- viewing ffic for the ceremony was Lt. Gen. (Ret.) John H. Collier who served as the division commander from June through September 1945. Under Gen. Collier’s com- mand the 2nd Armd. Div. was the first American division to enter fallen Berlin July 41945. Also on the reviewing stand wereMaj. Gen. (Ret.) Edward G. Farrand who commanded the division from April 1960 to Tennis accessories available The recent growth of tennis as a major sport in America has been reflected in an up- ward trend throughout the military com unity and especially at Ft. HOod. The Ft. Hood Post Exchange has recognized that tre...

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

Friday April 18 1975 1ST BN. 41ST INF. Officers’ wives of the 1/41 Inf. met Wednesday April 2 forth ir monthly coffee. S ia as rs. Herman J. Vetort. Mrs. Vetort and Mrs. Robert E. Moss urged all OWC mem- bers to attend the April 17 general membership meeting in order to offer and support nominations for next year’s OWC candidates. Farewelled from the group was Mrs. Thomas J. Strauss who as presented an en- graved silver tray. Our sincere thanks to Mrs. John R. Reitzell for the de- licious brunch. AG Recently the officers’ wives of the AG office held their monthly coffee at the home of Mrs. Burgess Saloom. Mrs. Frank Baldwin co-hosted. Mrs. Jack White discussed in a welcomed new members Mrs. John Farris. rs. Otho Fields volun- teered to be the new secretary- treasurer. Also announced was the upcoming hail and farewell to be held April 19 at an Austin dinner playhouse. rs. Ja Doyle will hostess the April coffee. 2ND BN. 58TH INF. 2 5 8 I Patriots” met recently in a local restaurant to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

Page Eight-A IT’S A FAMILY AFFAIR Specialist 5 Robert Redman current President of United Vans and wife Charlene are very proud of the family wagon. Charlene is ex- pecting a baby in July but she says “It won’t change anything as far as “truck­ BY GLEN E. FESS Anyone who owns a dog cat or other animal knows they can be a joy for the entire family. However it must be remembered that a pet can be a nuisance as well as quite ex- pensive if certain precautions are not taken when selecting the animal. The most important con- sideration to be made before selecting a pet is whether your family is willing to assume the responsibility that goes along with owning an animal. Your pet will be part of the family for years. Responsible care will be required for as long as you own it. When choosing a pet decide what size you can accom- modate in your house or apart- ment being sure to allow enough room for the animal to sleep eat play and exercise. A I St. Bernard is probably not the best choice if...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

4 "Friday April 18 1975 PX plan deferrs payments In what amounts to a buy now pay later program the 'Ft. Hood Post Exchange now =permits soldiers of all ranks to .use a deferred payment plan for uniform and military ac- cessory purchases of $35 or more. rm erly restric te to (Servicemen and women in grades of E-5 and above the liberalized policy allows lower (grade personnel to purchase uniform items and maintain a first rate military appearance •while making installment pay- ments of $25 a month. A $25 down payment is re- ire for erch anise purchased under the plan. The new program is just one of several instituted by the !Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) to help personnel with lower incomes better cope with today’s prices and tight budgets. The in- troduction of lower price lines- billed as “money savers” and short term specials known as “extra dividends” have been emphasized by the post ex- change anti-inflation cam aig as as been th establishment of sewing cen- ters a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

Ten-A SAVE!3 5-PC. BATH A SETS Reg. Includes 2 rugs lid cov- 9 er and tank top. Dec- mm ora to colors. Non-skid NAME.................................................. ADDRESS...................................... MEN'S IRREG. OF512.00 JERSEY SPORT SHIRTS 497 A ta te /n lo fa a tte rn Long sleeves. Sm lxl. N ew soft look. Below Wholesale Cost! I A E S REG. S” -LIMIT 6! CURITY GAUZE DIAPERS 427 1ST QUALITY 21 40 sizes. Su- a ith in edges. Save 1.52. SAVE 12.99 MEN'S SPORT COATS Fully lined poly knit 2 32.99 a ly/rayo weaves. As- sorted solids and fa cies. Sizes 36 to 44 reg. I and long. NAME......................................... ADDRESS........................................... FAMOUS BRAND NYLON LADIES' SLEEPWEAR 07 IRREG. s2.99 OF 3 56 to $9 ow ns a dolls pajam as in la spring colors. S m I as- sorted trim s. RUBBER THONGS SAIE! MENS-LADIES-CHILDRENS! 49 S-m-l sizes fo men omen a ild re A rte lo rs A re a fun shoe. m2 tt£2 SAVE s5 LADIES' PANT SUITS Beautiful spring styles in po...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

Friday April 18 1975 PACE NEWSOM & MOATES Inc. O RE MERCHANDISE FOR LESS O NEY! Polyester TIES 2l.r$5 reg $3 For 4-in-hand or ready-tied styles. MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS 397reg. SUPER SALE PRICES! IN SHORT SLEEVE NO IRON DRESS SHIRTS FOR ALL MEN 6 5 ly te r/3 5 cotton machine washable rm a nently pressed shirts with long collars long tails. Front placket hemmed sieeves. Pastels a ite. Tremendous buys for sizes 1 4 2 -17. 4” Long collars long tails tapered to form fit. Solids and patterns. Small Medium Large X-Large. 3 BOYS' TRACK SHOES HEAVY DUCK! 97 Reg. 5" W hite black red blue sizes 11- 2 2 1 6 -6 6 1 6 1 2 W a ale U.S. a 3-TO Vol. to s6 MEN'S DRESS SHOES TIES SLIPONS STRAPS 1297 Val. to 21 FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS 2.s1 Irreg. of 2.00 MEN'S TUBE SOCKS W it it as tops and Cot ton and nylon re to it Sizes 10 to 14. 2 5 Reg. 2” MEN'S KNIT SHIRTS S sleeves? re necks! ly cotton lid /fa cies sizes s-m -l-xl. MENS KNIT l\ SHIRTS 3 9 7 [c// 14 jol Irreg. I a finest s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

.Page Twelve-A M/TCHELLS 'k PACE NEWSOM & MOATES Inc. MORE MERCHANDISE FOR LESS O N E MISSES' FAMOUS MAKER CALIFORNIA SWIMWEAR Choose from fa rite knit fabrics in latest styles and colors! Very special for sizes 8-18. JR. SWIMWEAR! HALTER TOP IS FASHION NEWS 100% nylon means these 2 pc. styles dry in a jif soon as you come out of the water. 7-13. Choose solids or fancy. MISSES' COOL SUMMER DRESSES Bright summer floral prints in cool cotton pique. Button front belt- ed! Sizes 8 to 16. You'll love the newsy sleeveless fashion! 997 VAL TO It 5 97 VAL. TO SI0 I FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS SAVE NOW during our biggest sale of the year PRICES GOOD 10 DAYS! April 16-April 26 SPECIAL PURCHASE FAMOUS NATIONAL BRAND BLOUSES! Famous national brand made to sell for much more. Long sleeves beautiful prints— wear as shirt or over shells. Sizes 8-18. Poly- wester cotton. Fancy patterns or solids. Usually sell for much more. Special from famous maker. Pull on! 8-18 M] O 3 SPECIAL BUY! FAS...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

Friday April 18 1975 A E N E W S O & O A E S Inc. MORE MERCHANDISE FOR LESS MONEY! NOVELTY PRINTED PLASTIC PANTS PULLON STYLING! 3 for ftej. 2/1.29 Popular pullon in dainty fun prints fo sizes sml xl. stock up now during our big sale. OUR REG. 13.99 BASSINETTE Folding legs and free-wheeling casters for easy mobility. White only! O reg. 5 .9 9 lin r/p a combination only 4.97. aOM DOUBLE KNITS IN 100% POLYESTER ARE NOW AN EVEN BETTER BUY Irreg. of Yarn dyed fancies or solid colors in 1 to 5 yd. lengths. Stock up yo in a in at this low price! LIGHTWEIGHT SHEARS CUTS ALL NEW FABRIC Reg. 5.99 fo easy use! 8 7 enuine surgical stainless steel blades with co fort ld ed andles. a th rw ig All 1st uality in stretch ny- lo lo fu sub la ta tic prints. Assorted colors 8 GIRLS' FAMOUS BRAND NYLON PANTIES All first quality for sizes 2 to 8 now is th tim to for CD PLASTIC NURSERS 17 GIRLS PRINTED KNEE-HI FUN SOCKS Comp. 1.50 DISC. COLORS Compare Me ea. 2 88 mmm POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT SOLIDS— FAN...

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

Page Fourteen-A The units of the 3d Bde. 2d Armd. Div. which flew into Nuernberg from Ft. Hood March 15 are getting settled into the German environment. All of the 3800-man brigade except about 665 who are on a The following courts-martial were tried by the 1st Cav. Div. between March 7 and March 13: General Courts-Martial. Specialist 4 Delbert R. Nestell “C” Trp. 4th Sqdn. 9th Cav. 6tb Bde. was tried March 11- for violation of Arti- cle 121 (larcency) 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. Specialist 4 James 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 reduced to...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

"V- Friday April 18 1975 Photos by Bobby Bolden John Campher and Mike Rocus By JERRY REED SPORTS EDITOR The year was 1958. Nine- year-old Billy Hoffman was bored. There wasn’t much to do in Panhandle Tex. so it was time for a change. The le youngster eliminated his problem by ild in a hom e-m ade motorcycle. Young Hoffman utilized two old Army bunks and a lawn mower engine. That’s how it all started. Today Lt. William Hoffman is still messing around with pjsjffifrjj FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Ft. Hood hosts muddy Two-Days Trial Bored Billy breezes to victories motor-cycles. However it’s become more than a cure for boredom. It’s serious business. Hoffman Ft. Hood’s only gold medal winner in the Two- Days Trial is determined to be the first military rider ever to compete with a 30-man racing team representing the United States in the International Six- Days Trial. Presently the talented cyclist is on his way. Hoffman has already picked up two medals out of the first three race...

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