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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

Pgge Two-B Ty 0 PUTTING HIS BEST FEET FORWARD is Broad Jumper Reggie Coleman. While this was not his best jump of the day Coleman did go on to take the event. This was just one of 21 events that was held April 9 and 10 to determine the team that would go on to represent the 2nd Armd. Div. in the Post Track Meet April 24. (Photo by Kirt Livernois.) Tracksters hold division meet (cont. from IB) and finished third in the 400. The 2nd Bn. 50th (Mech.) Inf. and the 2nd Bn. 41st (Mech.) Inf. finished ahead of the 1/41 in the 400 Meter. Next cam the hurdles the last tw metered even ts. Michael Carter took the 110 High Hurdles from Tommie Hinton and Levell Taylor and Carter also finished first in the 400 meter I te ia te Hurdles beating Terry Crow and James Sneed. The remaining eight events were field events. In the Shot Put Robert Lane pushed it past his two competitors for first place while in the Discus. Lane took first again beating John Noble and Joe Charles. Lane trying the Hammer for...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

Friday April 18 1975 Ft. Hood will host an open house for retired Army person- nel their survivors and depen- dents May 10. Invitations have been mailed to more than 17000 people living in a 179 county area extending from Odessa to Texarkana and from Childress to Galveston. N ai |p '11“ I1C411C BEAUTY AND THE BRUSH Adding the finishing touches on a poster-card to be used on a Ft. Hood Television training tape Mrs. Marilyn Franklin seems intent on her job. Mrs. Franklin has heen graphics il- lustrator at the Ft. Hood facility for 15 months but her art career had its beginning 18 years ago. (Photo by Ivan Foster.) The purpose of the open house is to provide retirees with the latest information on their rights benefits and privileges earned through re- tirement and to give them the opportunity to renew their in- terest and prospective of today’s active Army. Upon their arrival the vis- itors will receive a welcome address by Lt. Gen. Robert M. Shoemaker commander III Corps and Ft. Hood...

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

Page Four-B \MILE I lX'S 1st Cav. Div. wives seek special recipes The ladies of the 1st Cav. Div. are look- ing for recipes they can include in the new cookbook they’re putting together. Recipes should be turned in for considera- tion by the end of April so the book can be ready for sale by the end of July. Price of the book which will be availa- ble through the First Team Museum is estimated at $3.75. Key categories for which recipes are being sought include ap- petizers main courses side dishes desserts and beverages. In short the ladies are seeking virtually anything that will whet the culinary appetite whether for small or large groups. If you’ve got some favorite dish or two drop a note to Mrs. Fred J. McConville 6650 Rose St. Ft. Hood and include the re- cipe and your name rank and unit ad- dress. Of particular interest will be low- cost dishes gaining prominence in these hard-dollar days. In addition to the search for recipes the cookbook project will later include at least t...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

Friday April 18 1975 CQGQniHis*13TH WELCOME warm welcome is ex- tended to Lt. Col. Arthur B. ull. the new Insp ector General for 13th COSCOM. jL Colonel Hull is replacing Lt. |?Col. David H. Andre and will ijjvbe available to members of |1 3 th COSCOM under the pre- Viously existing open-door jlpohcy. j-AER AND ARS FUND DRIVE April 11th found members of jk^the staff sections the 1st Pers. tfcSvc. Bn. and the 16th Sig. Bn. with 100 per cent participation «rm supporting the AER drive. Participation in this drive is strongly encouraged because $*Army personnel have been as- * sistefl AER when all other I||tmeansby have failed. COOK OF THE QUARTER A special congratulations is ^extended to Spec. 4 Grady J. 'Cline Co. “E ” 16th Sig. Bn. for winning the title “COSCOM COOK OF THE QUARTER.” 'i Specialist Cline participated in the cook-off March 24 and im- pressed the judges with his outstanding preparation of the required dishes. March 11 Cline again used his cooking ability and took second ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

Page Six-B EDITOR’S NOTE: Veterans and their families are asking thousands of questions con- cerning the benefits their gov- ernment provides for them through the Veterans Ad- ministration (VA). Below are some representative queries. Additional information may be obtained by any VA office. I find I’m not cut out for the type of training I’m taking under the GI Bill. Can I switch to something else? A Yes but constant changes are not allowed. Sug­ CHANGE dP COMMAND Awards SAFETY AWARD The aviation section of the 1st Cav. Div.’s 3d Grey Wolf” Bde. received the US Forces Command Safety Award Friday from Col. John P. Casey Jr. The section leader CW03 Raymond E. Sutton accepted the award. The award represented 8000 accident free flying hours over a period of three years from May 5 1971 to May 5 1974 During that period the aviation section consisted of 13 pilots and aircraft. In changing from an airmobile infantry brigade to an armored brigade in the present division reorganiza- tion the s...

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

April 18 1975 The 123rd U. S. Army Reserve Command in In- dianapolis Ind. is sponsoring a project named “Gift of Life” to help obtain kidney dialysis equipment for needy chronic kidney disease patients. The undertaking is a com- mand-wide community service project. The id ia ly is ach in es are obtained through the collection of Margarine Cdldbrook. Quarters. b§afewayBigBuy! 16-01. Trading stamps sought for kidney machines Sperry and Hutchinson (S and H) and Top Value trading stamps. A combination of 1450 books is required for the purchase of each machine. During the past year and a half reservists and units of the 123rd Army Reserve Com- mand have collected and donated stamps to the project. During Community Month ’75 at least 13 of the machines will be presented to the Methodist Tomato Soup Cut Green Beans Paper Towels Parade Detergent it ___ tv •_____ Lunch Meats defowoy. Sliced. ★Deef Belogmi Seta ★Mocai-inlA tO N v* ★Wdde-Pfcneete ^1 Sliced Bologna Old Pal Dog Food ¥56*-- Stick...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

Page Eight-B MHBYHBB war crara 1Q 0 Protestant Sun 093011001930 Protestant Choir Wed 1900 Prayer Meeting Wed 1900 POST SUNDAY SCHOOL (5-5293.) Protestant Sun 0920 Catholic CCD Sun 0945-1200 (Meadows School) ■AL CHAPEL Protestant Catholic Catholic BRIGADE AVE EAST CHAPEL (S-S838) Catholic Sun 1100 BR A AYE WBSX a Sunday School Sun 0930 Protestant Sun 1100 Bible Study Wed 1800 Choir Practice Wed 1830 WEST FCBT HOOD CHAPEL (*32-9219) Catholic Sun 0930 Protestant Sun 1100 Choir Practice Wed 1930 T7TH ST WEST CHAPEL (5-7801) Catholic Sun 090011001215 Catholic Mon thru Fri 1200 Catholic Sat 1730 Catholic Confession Sat 1700-1730 CCRMSTI0MAL FACILITY (Ho PJlfine) Catholic Sun 0800 Protestant Sun 0900 Ecumenical Wed 1800 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Sun 0830 Tue 1930 EASIHBi 0Bm0JX2X DITINE LITURSY Sun 0900 Vesper Service Sat 1800 S S lf tt MSSScSSLMim. Priesthood Sunday School Sacrament Meeting Relief Society Institute MIA Primary Rt jk M.JNS A fflST ■ransH ija 111 CnriiH and Jnrt iou i) Jfart $aad. ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

yVft ****$■?. PS ite Friday April 18 1975_______________________ FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS That’s the way SP/4 Dominic Rocco feels about his job as an Air Defense Acquisition Radar Maintenance Instructor. “When I first came in the Army I didn’t know the first thing about electronics. But I had forty solid hours of the basics before I even started the course so now I feel right at home with an oscilloscope and a maze of wires. “In the lab it’s my job to show students right on the equipment the things they’ve been studying in a theoretical way in the classroom. And sometimes I get the feeling by the questions they ask that it’s not just the equipment they’re testing. “Eventually I might try setting up my own repair business. But for right now I like the challenge of teaching. And that’s why I’m staying in!’ "When you're doing something of value you value yourself morel’ ioday’s Army gets better every time a good man reenlists. Page Nine-B

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

Page Ten-B Education center news POLICE DEPARTMENT OPPORTUNITIES A representative from the Houston Police Department will be at the Ft. Hood Army Education Center (Bldg. 212) on Headquarters Ave. Wed- nesday April 23 from 10 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. to interview in- terested applicants for employment with the Houston Police. The Ft. Worth olice Departm ent will have a representative at the center May 29. Any Ft. Hood personnel who desire additional information about these employment op- portunities may call 685-2028 or 685-7087. DALLAS CAREER WEEKEND Approximately 20 nationally known corporations will be represented at the Marriott Hotel in Dallas April 25-26 and June 20-21 to interview persons seeking employment. The Marriott is located on Stemmons Fre way in Dallas at the intersection of the In- dustrial Blvd. Forms to be completed for job interviews may be picked up at the Pro- ject Referral Branch of the Ft. Hood Army Education Center (Bldg. 212). Any Ft. Hood personnel interested i...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

Friday ‘April 18 1975 Jefferey wasn’t quite as sneaky as he thought himself to be as is evidenced here by the look of humorous dis- belief on the face of this St. Pete (Florida) coed. She knew Jeff was in the bushes with his camera all the time. But when you got it flaunt it. Jeff embarrassed play acts By ROGER BROWN ACT I Scene 1. (The curtain rises on several people gathered around a table talking in hushed tones. The phone rings.) “Yes?...Oh yes. This is the t. ity Theater...You want to try out a a in play?...Great...Well come on over and we’ll see what we can do. OK?” Scene 2 (Backstage 24th St. Theater.) The theater or rather the building which houses the theater is an old wooden mov- ie-house. It seems more suited for battalion briefings than a stage. But for the time being it is where the realities and truth of the real world become the realities and truths of the make-believe-real world on the stage. Ghosts hang in the shadows of a memories linger in the fading fragrance of ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

Page Twelve-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice to Public 010 ☆AUCTION# Saturday April 19th 7 PM 817 Austin Ave. Georgetown Texas Antiques rim itives Bottles Furniture ab les airs Stoves Hood Desk Bedroom rn itu re Pictures Clocks Much uch ore. Consignm ents Ac- cepted. Lunch Available. Come to the Flea market & Stav For the Auction. Williamson Countv Auction Co. 863-3776. BUSINESS SERVICES Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 inch Portable with Built- in Antena. Rented bv the Day Week or Month. Come bv and Make Your Selec- tion from O ur Large Stock. monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 W est Rancier Ave. illeen................................................634-4742 (tfn) Misc. Services 063 PATS COIN SHOP COINS STAMPS SUPPLIES AND METAL DETECTORS 8TH ST. KILLEEN 526-5584 8 -1/3 CASH REBATE SAVE 500% 303 Crystal Killeen 634-5143 IN IN of all Kinds. ILITARY CALLING CARDS. Wedding and Baby A O IN O O GRAPHICS 699-2987. (tfn) Coins & Supplies A cross From McDonald's On Ranci...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 April 1975

Friday April 18 1975 FIDDLER’S GREEN A discussion of American freedom entitled “Discovering New Land and New Seas” will 4 be held tonight at the Fiddlers’ Green Recreation Center. All interested personnel are invit- ed to attend the meeting which Starts at 7:30 p.m. The Enlisted Advisory Coun- cil will also meet at the center tonight at 7:30 and the Depen- dent Youth Activity (DYA) will hold a ballet rehearsal. Tom morrow afternoon a spades tournament will take place at 2. At 3 professional pool and trick shot artist Jack White will host a demonstra- tion of the pool basics and offer advice on the techniques of the game. At 7:30 the DYA will present a ballet recital and the public is invited to attend. Sunday afternoon at 2 the Waco University High Choir will present a concert. At the same time a pinochle to\ima- ment will be held. Monday evening at 7:30 a pool tournament takes place at the center and there will be a class on floral designing and arranging. The Drama Club will also ...

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

Page Fourteen-B IT’S SO EASY FOR ME Mary Herrick age seven displays her talent at ballet in preparation for the Dependent Youth Activities (DYA) dance recital com- ing up at the Fiddlers’ Green Recreation Center on Saturday April 19. Admission to the recital is free and the public is invited to attend. (Photo by John J. DeVarennes). The immediate area around Ft. Hood is recognized by the Texas Archaeology Society and other professional or- ganizations as possessing potentially the richest archaeological area in the en- tire state Indian artifacts and other items of archaeological value have been unearthed in the are a by the Ft. Hood Archaeological Society. The society is an amateur group on-post consisting of active and retired military personnel as well as interested depen- dents and local civilians. The society’s goal is the rigorous pursuit of Southwestern American archaeology. The group currently has authorization to conduct a site survey of Ft. Hood which in- volves the critic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

VOL. 34. NO. 7 Law enforcement vs. prostitution Ed. Note: In last week’s issue of the SENTINEL there appeared the first half of a two-part article concerning prostitu- tion in the Ft. Hood and Killeen area. The following is a brief synopsis of that arti- cle. Prostitution is an ever growing problem in this area. The area presently supports an estimated 100 to 200 plus prostitutes. It is further estimated that from 60 to 75 per cent of these “working girls” are infected with some sort of venereal disease. The profession itself exists within the dark fringes of far more serious crimes i.e. robbery compelling prostitution drug trafficking and even murder. Almdst without warning darkness falls like a heavy curtain. It is the time of even- ing when the children are called in from their yards a time for quiet conversation and heavy eye lids. For most it is a time for rest and meditation. In a small nondescript office in downtown Killeen the lights are burning late. On the door stenciled i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

Page Two By LEN E FESS A wealth are delivery system that provides quality medical care for everyone is a necessary part of today's liv- ing standard.. The center of this system is the hospital. t at a tly is a hospital? A hospital is much more than a building with a lot of beds and people dressed in white. Most people find that a hospital is a pretty good place to be born a good place to go to be treated when you’re hav- ing health problems as well as being the place to go when you require emergency medical ^attention. When you consider •that one out of every seven Americans will be a patient in a hospital this year it is fairly •easy to see the importance of an efficient and quality health •care delivery system. These medical services are •provided for the Ft. Hood com- unity at arn all Arm Hospital on both an inpatient and an outpatient basis. With these services come many as- sociated problems most of which can be readily solved with the Ft. Hood community’s cooperation. A major ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

^Friday. April 25. 1975 'Academic Drive Recreation Center Interested in your heritage? W a to a [family tree? The Ft. Hood [Genealogical Society will hold .its second meeting tonight [beginning at 7:30. The center will host a boat [show and weiner roast Satur- •day afternoon at 1 p.m. pre- [senting a display of the latest •in marine gear. Bring the en- family. A floor tennis [tournament will highlight the •evening’s activities. The tired soldier looked over to his fiancee and said matter- jof-factly “Let’s get arried.” “But honey you have to go back to work in a few hours” she replied. "P lenty of tim e” he re- turned. uinnes Book of World Records prepare anew ad- dition SGT Roger P. Bunch 2nd Bn. 8th Cav. 1st Cav. Div. was firing Crittenberger Tank Table VII on April 15. That af- ternoon the platoon was given a shower wreak and SGT Bunch went home to eat and see his fiancee. Then he got married and went back to work. -v .- The wedding had been in the couple’s plans since October. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

Page Four I Army takes care of own through AER-ARS funds A would-be wit once stated that the shortest time span known to man was that period between setting money aside for a rainy day and the rainy day. Well funny or not it’s certainly true. It seems no matter how well you plan there comes a time when there just isn’t enough in the kitty to meet the necessary expenses. So what are you going to do? Your dad is sick the kids are hungry and the car is on the blink again. You could hock something if it weren’t for the fact that you don’t own anything worth pawning. You could go down to Tex Ripoff’s Easy Loan Co. and pay 100 per cent interest rates. Last you could contact Beelzebub and attempt to) negotiate some sort of deal. Trouble is these are at best only temporary measures. When the payments are due you’re in worse shape than you were at the beginning. A more simple and logical solution would be to turn to AER/ARS. After all that’s what they’re here for. Now this is not to say that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

Friday April 25. 1975 Private 2 Theresa Biggs “A” Co. 142nd Sig. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. has found the ul- tim ate solution to the oc- casional homsickness pangs felt for our distant siblings. Just graduating from high school in 1974 Theresa con- templated the Armed Services as away to broaden her spec- trum. But along with this decision came the doubts of being separated from her family in A tlanta Ga. That’s when Theresa did a bit of recruiting herself. She convinced her sis- ter PV2 Gynette Biggs also of ‘“A” Co. 142nd Sig. to come along. ey a tte a ic together at Ft. Jackson in August 1974. Gynette glancing towards her sister said “We were not only in the same company dur- ing basic but Theresa was my squad leader.” Theresa with a twinkle in her eyes looked at her older sister and added “That was a switch since Gynette the oldest was usually more of the decision maker for both of us. Both agreed there were de- finite advantages to having a sister along during basics. tte incing claim...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

Page Six ariachi choir due at Hood The Mariachi Choir of St. Jdin’s Church in San Marcos Coro de San Juan will be on stage Sunday April 27. The performance will begin at noon. The Coro de San Juan is more a traveling group in- dicates Father Lonnie Reyes vice-chancellor of the Austin iocese. The group has performed in several churches yi Austin Temple San Antonio and within a 27 county radius which makes up the diocese. The program will begin with a “Misa Panamericana.” The “Misa Panamericana” was first composed and performed a a a in Cuernavaca Mexico in 1967. This type of mass was written to be performed especially by mariachi-type groups. Following the mass the group will have a half hour break to prepare for their af- ternoon concert show. Begin- ning at 1:30 p.m. and perform- ing until 3:30 p.m . this performance will also feature Several folklore dances. The ariachi choir last performed at Ft. Hood in March 1974 at the 33rd. Street Chapel. Trp. 7th Sqdn. 17th Cav. The monthly ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

Friday. April 25. 1975 HOI 2d Bn. 58th Inf. The ladies of the 2d Bn. 58th Inf. held their first coffee re- cently in the home of Mrs. a R. ro s. rs. erm an J. etort as a special est. ospitality Chairmen were Mrs. Jam es a an Mr Edwards. The upcoming 4th Bde. party was discussed along with OWC rand 2nd Armd. Div. activities •for the upcoming weeks The second Tuesday of each •month was decided to be the future dates of coffees. Mrs. Charles Scott and Mrs. Roger Edwards will host the May cof- 1st Bn. 92d FA Mr D. ok .^welcomed the officers wives of rthe 1st Bn. 92d FA in her Cop- peras Cove home for their monthly coffee. The ladies ^partook of German pastries -made by Mrs. Brooks. Mrs. Gustav T. Lydahl dis- sse upcoming events in- cluding a trip to Austin for a play and dinner. Mrs. Peter Gotowko will hold the next bat- Red Cross tea slated A Red Cross volunteer tea |w ill be held Thursday May 8 |]at 1:30 p.m. at the West Ft. ^Hood Officers’ Club. *. A dapping ceremony and Change of bo...

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