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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

Page Eight WITH HEAT ROUNDS EXPLODING IN THE DISTANCE Captain Erick Gordon and CPT Glen Pollack 15th Med. Bn. stich up SSG Norman Murphy 2/8 Cav. 1st Cav. Div. The dental clinic provided a much needed service in that troopers in line units find little time available for them to take care of dental pro- blems by appointment. (Photo by Bob King) Dental clinic goes to field Two First Team dentists set up for business while the sound of exploding tank rounds was all around them. They had one te t two a is ta ts a jjygienist and a maintenance Officer all out of their usual ^ir-conditioned environment •Hoing their thing on Critten- S^erger Range miles from the 3»antonraent area. This marked the first time ■dentists from the 15th Med. jjfen. actually set up shop in the ^Jield and worked on teeth at «*ihe soldier’s convenience private First Class J. Mike ‘Mulling who said he hadn’t f|een to a dentist “in at least a Couple of years” finally got a ehance. I just walked in (the tent) to see wh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

rid ay A pril 2 5 1975 Snack bars doors opened In ribbon cutting ceremonies yesterday Col. Charles E. Canedy commander of the 6th Cav. Bde. (Air Cmbt.) of- ficially opened the rairie Schooner Inn anew PX and Snack Bar located in the 6th Cav. area. After the ribbon-cutting the exchange service held a “Hap- py Hour” offering free beer and chicken for the troops. Conveniently located to the troops living in the new com- plex this facility has a barber shop a branch exchange store and a modern snack bar. 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 at any VA office. I’m a service disabled veteran who’s eligible for a $25000 grant from the VA to buy a specially adapted home. Can this benefit be used to ac- quire more than one home? A No. The law specifies that this benefit “...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

Page Ten Hood AFGE meet slated fo May 2 A business meeting of the Ft. Hood American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) Local No. 1920 is scheduled for May 2 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Community Room of the First National Bank in Killeen. The union represents all Civil Service Post Exchange and Non-Appropriated Fund employees at Ft. Hood. President of Local No. 1920 is Paul Gonzales Bldg. 40001 and his office telephone number is 685-6706. Other of- ficers include Delbert Gray vice re id ennis Herbert secretary-treasurer Doris M. Owens recording se re ta ry C.K. W atson sergeant-at-arms Willie B. Johnson chaplain Estella Crawford billeting vice presi- dent and Gwendolyn M. Gilcrist Post Exchange vice president. The intent and purpose of the Ft. Hood AFGE is to maintain constructive relationships between employees and Photography with honesty key to plans Photography doesn’t lie” states CW3 Kenneth Taylor. Taylor was speaking of a phase of MASSTER’s special pro...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

1975 TjS&T Nu*3 if ..A give to your AER care of our own Sliced Bacon *115 Stab. Rindless. Flavorful! —Lb. Safeway Bacon Armour Bacon No. 1 Quality! Sliced Eckrich Sausage $139 we take I 1-Lb. Pkg. Armour’s Star. MiraCura Snaked. Heat aed Serve! Lb. A Beef Franks Rot Links little Sizzlers Rath Bacon $14 9 1-ib. Pkg. i-i:£• $ 1 0 9 Ickrldi. RMHfy to Cot! Pkg 794 Mexican Souweo. Spicy! Lb. 12*01.894 Hormot. Link Sou to go Pkg. 1-lb. A Sofowoy. Slkod Aloof Bologno ASpicod AOIIvo AMocnronl ft Cbooco AAicklo-Pimonto $ 1 4 9 Hickory Smokod. SllcoU Pkg. Lunch MeatVA/ Sliced Bologna it Sliced Bologna 98* Eckrich Bologna Safeway Big Buy! Chunk Tuna 494 Mi. Pkg. AReg. or ABeef. 8-ez. Oscar Mayer Pkg. or AThick-Sliced Pkg. ARegularor 12-ol AThick-Sliced Pkg. VO^ Van Camp's Light Meat. Nutritious! 6.5-OZ. TTieFunk&V^gnalls New Encyclopedia VOLUME 1 VOLUMES 2-25 4 9 J1S? alut !•(.. ik.1 Ll^. plui In tlti and Bihltafcvaphy Hexaco Motor Oil QQ( |& 2 0 Wt. *30 Wt. Special! Qt. Con W Alco...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

Page Twelve The Ft. Hood olphins’ Parents Club met recently and elected officers for the upcom- ing year. COL Marvin Resenstein was re-elected President of the or- ganization and MAJ Richard a a in a th Manager of the team. Other elected officers in- cluded LTC Robert Williamson (T re a sure r) Mrs. Connie Saunders (S ecretary and Hood pair lead team to title Ft. Hood’s Men’s Bowling Team led by All-Army can- didates Don Miller and Ron oy a tu re th 1975 FORSCOM Bowling Tourna- a at Presidio San Francisco. In ad itio t. Hood’s Women’s Team placed third behind Ft. Sam Houston and the host team Presidio. Joining Miller and Roy on th in er’s team ere Jam es W hittenberger and Douglas Handrich. Members of the women’s squad included Lana Bowen E lizabeth cClure Kathy Wilson and Mary Scoggins. All bowlers were scored on their best three games in the nine games played over a three-day period. SPORTS Evert is now King By JERRY“PORKER” REED She is shapelier than a cross-your-heart bra and mo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

Friday. April 25. 1975 By RICH LAMANCE III Corps and 2nd Armd. Div. administrative specialists closed shop Tuesday evening to settle the dispute for the Ft. Hood volleyball crown as the 502nd AG Co. pulled the filing cabinet on III Corps’ fingers slamming them to a two-out- of-three game deficit in the first set and then photostating the second set for the post title last Tuesday night. Reed Wisley opened the serve for the Phantom Corps quickly amassing the first three points. After a 3-3 draw the HOW records ex- perts pulled a 10-5 lead out of their hat and then saw it on as Maximo Galarita Wisley and Mike Heranandez worked together forcing an 11-11 tie. Several a in a by Hernandez forced the pen- dulum to swing Corps’ way and brought about their 15-11 triumph in the first game. A MUST WIN The second game could have put an end to any HOW shenanigans and a 10-7 “Phan- tom” lead seemed to confirm EXTRA 1 POINTS HOW clerks file rivals for post volleyball win that fact. Previous mistak...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

Page Fourteen Paul Quinn College students waiting outside the gym to take a group of soldiers on a tour of the College were sur- prised when the 80 men ar- rived on foot. The men from “B” Trp. 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. 2nd Armd. Div. decided to walk when one of the buses they were riding failed to start at an intersec- tion two blocks from the school. Paul Quinn College in Waco is a small institution with atop enrollment of 500 students. The school predominantly black has a small enrollment of white and Latin students. The college has a cu r- a in up to bachelors degrees in several career fields. It also features an extensive adult program for those who wish to further their education. The men of “B” Trp. toured several of the most modem buildings on campus including Lucy Hughes Hall a girls dormitory. “We don’t usually allow men in the girl’s dorm” commented Kim Jackson one SOLDIERS BEWARE! The Paul Quinn College cheerleaders demonstrate their talents as men of “B” Trp. 2nd Aqdn. 1st Cav....

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

I Friday. April 25. 1975 When maneuvering insdie their cramped quarters of era tio or in everyday rm a an a in tenance a tank crew goes through a series of physical strain and exercises that must be unique to their pro- fession. The Army recognizes this and has recently instituted a set of sical exercises especially designed to fit the unique training needs of those me a It’s called the Tanker P.T. Test and on April 15 and 16 “C” and “B” Co.’s of the 2nd Bn. 67th Arm. (2/67) were going through the tests. Designed at Ft. Knox the Tanka- P.T. Test is still in the experimental stages. The 2/67 units are at present the only elements undergoing the test- ing but if favorable results are THE OLD SHELL GAME—With anew angle to it. These shells weigh over 40 pounds each yet to “max” this part of the ^Tankers P.T. Test are required 40 lifts "over the head within one minute. These A a/O A A IbDAH HOME 1MPROVEMEN1 IBEGINS HERE HOME LUMBER CO. INC. Georg* Leonard Ownir O pen 7:30 am to 6:00 pm S...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

Page Sixteen ore th a 200 th performed Saturday evening during the Dependent Youth Association’s Dance and Twirl Ftecital held at id ler’s Green Recreation Center. The center’s stage area was packed well before the 7:30 p.m. curtain. Seats were filled and standing room only was available through most of the four act performance. The pro- gram was seen by about 700 persons most of whom were parents of the performers. elve tu lin nine AN ACT I PRESENTATION Six youngsters performed a tap dance routine titled “Zippety-Do-Dah” during the begin- ning of the Dependent Youth Association’s Saturday evening Dance and Twirl OPEN DAILY 8:30- AJOR SERVICE HOURS VARY— PLEASE CALL FOR AN APPOINTM ENT A E -IN REQUIRED aranteed You Own iP E ft SERVICES INCLU0E: 1. Im UII quality front braka parts linings on rear heels 2 se ro to rs turn drumsrfac 3. Inspect front calipers a cylinders. 5. a bearings 6 leed rau lic system refill 7. Adjust brakes and road test ballet five tap four baton and four interp...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

Friday. April 25. 1975 I The chaplains in the Army are constantly searching for Jiew and better means of com- tnunieating with people. Each month the III Corps Chaplain a (COL) a ^McMinn conducts a training bonference. These training conferences are intended to br- ing the chaplains together to share ideas as well as the chance to hear from someone .outside the chaplaincy. •f At the April training con- ference the chaplains were a to a to of ^•Southwestern University. **.Escorting the chaplains were Jgtwo alumni of Southwestern 2*who are now stationed at Ft. food Doctor (CPT) and Mrs. JA is a ^Southwestern President Dr. £*Durwood Fleming welcomed Ohe chaplains and a number of MrBElSM POST CHAPEL Protestant Sun 093011001930 jr Protestant Choir Wed 1900 ^frayer Meeting Wed 1900 fopST SUNDAY SCHOOL (5-5298) \Protestant Sun 0920 ^Catholic CCD Sun 0945-1200 (Meadows School) &ARMALL ARMY HOSPTT (5-5708) ^Protest ant Sun 1000 ^Catholic Sat 1600 ^Catholic Mon-Fri 1130 AL CHAPEL ^BRIGADE...

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

Page Eighteen Three-year-old Billie Jo •Kizer poster girl for the Unit- ed Cerebral Palsy Association of Texas along with her ran th er Mrs. ran •Williams expressed their ap- preciation to members of the 2nd Armd. Div. April 17 for •their recent contributions to the association. Their contributions were not made in the form of money however. Many division mem- bers contributed their time and talents by participating in a benefit show for the Cerebral Palsy Association which was •held recently at the “Stars and JStripes” Speedway. ►. The 2nd Armd Div. Band IF YOU WANT TO RIN THATS YOUR S I N E S S 0 O IF YOU Wi IT- A S O S te irl isits iv isio MG Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. commander the col- orguard of the 2nd Bn. 58th Inf. “The Patriots” and SSG onald a irc lo th of the division’s Unit of Choice Recruiting Office were pre- sented citations for their “out- ta in a ita ria service” by Billie Jo and her grandmother. A plaque was also presented to SFC Fred Garcia of the Killeen Recur...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

Friday. A pril 25. 1975 A****. W A s.v «c +A A A\. «-». $ /ft •y% YOU MAY BE TIRED OF APRIL SHOWERS But they certainly haven’t daunted the spirits of this pretty miss nor Jefferey’s for that matter as he happened to see her while in search of shelter. Jef- frey soon forgot all about the rain and tied down to doing what he does best the business of capturing young lovelies on Senior students from Lam- pasas High School will make an orientation visit to the Ft. Hood military reservation Thursday April 24 sponsored A/as There \*ihon Veu eecfcd & a A/cw They tited Sour Help and Where are you? ib To A E LOOP r* •****. a A :«xR:::::v::v::: *V .. ■ .* fk X- -a N «.A *C LHS seniors to visit Hood by the Association of the Unit- ed States Army (AUSA). Students will learn first- hand what the Army is doing how its members live and the role it plays in the defense of our country. Central Texas Chapter of the AUSA President Tommy Joe Mills of Killeen said These tours are very beneficial to a...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

Tw enty BUSINESS SERVICES Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 inch Portable with Built- in Antena. Rented by the Dav Week or Month. Come bv and Make Your Selec- tion fro Our Large Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. Killeen............................................634-4742 (tfn) Misc. Services 063 A ’S O IN SHOP COINS STAMPS SUPPLIES A N METAL DETECTORS 8TH ST. KILLEEN 526-5584 8-1/3 CASH REBATE SAVE 500% Guaranteed 3-Year A ir Refresher Beau- ty Fragrance Economy I DEAL GI FTS Elmo E. Mitts 303 Crystal Killeen 634-5143 PRINTING of all Kinds. ILIT A CALLING CARDS. Wedding and Baby A ts O IN HOOD GRAPHICS 699-2987. (tfn) Coins & Supplies Authentic Indian Jewelry (Navajo Hopi Zuni Santo Domingo) HUNTLEY'S COIN GALLERY Across From McDonald's On Rancier EA ESTATE City Property 090 Your Home W ill Sell Better When It Is A PALACE A E O E Because Buyers Want No Cost Repair or Replacement Protection For The Homes Major Equipment. Exclusively A...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

Friday. April 25. 1975 THE BAND PLAYS THE CROWD CHEERS—As the campaign for Wintergreen gets under way. The scene is from the Gershwin musical “Of Thee I Sing" being Aspiring theatre critic lauds “O Thee I Sing9 By ROGER BROWN And just how do you go about putting a man in the Oval Of- fice? Well first you must find an issue the people will react favorably towards. Money was discarded because it was too obvious. What is left? How about love? Everyone wants to be in love. But the candidate is a bachelor. So how does a handsome young bachelor find the girl of .his dreams? Why hold a con- gest of course a beauty con- •j£est at Atlantic City N.J. Inhere the winner gets as .r^rand prize the president- -elect as a husband. The winner of the contest is •the glamorous Miss Diana •P re a the fairest flower *4n all the South. But what hap- pens next could alter the course of history. The man who gave his promise and his hand to the winner falls in love with a girl not even in the running and th...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 April 1975

Page Twenty-Two Attuned to the theory of “what goes up must come down” or “what departs must return” the Departure Air Control Group (DACG) and Arrival Air Control Group (AAGG) play a vital role for those arriving and department Ft. Hood through military aircraft channels. Essentially the DACG team insures the right people and equipment are loaded on the designated aircraft in prepara- tion for their destination. Upon completion of the mission the AACG team assists in the dis- embarkment. 1-2-3 PUSH Members of the 180th Trans. Bn.’s Departure Air Control Group (DACG) help load cargo into a huge jet. transport bound for Germany carrying 2nd Armd. Div. personnel participating in Brigade 75. Before any luggage and equip- ment can be loaded on the aircraft it is Data data for decisions is an im rta factor in a smoothly functioning modern Army. A result of the III Corps Test Headquarters successful testing of the Combat Service Support System (CS3).is that every' Army division will have ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

VOL. 34. NO. 8 ......................................1 2 4 BEG. LV BAL. I S 3 2 E A S DA FORM 3 6 8 6 NAME (LAST. FIRST. Ml) E N I E E N S By Rich Lamance For many the Leave and Earning Statement (LES) can be used as a beneficial tool in deciphering the com- plicated flow of information that finance involves. Others find the LES confusing and a bit too computerized. Useful or not the current system is one of the most efficient and detailed military pay statements of any organized finance system. The monthly report is strictly computer produced showing all entitlements earned collections effected and payments made during a given period. The statement also shows a complete record of all transactions which affect leave accounts. LEAVE Five seemingly inconspicuous boxes under the head- ing Leave and Miscellaneous Information gives the in- dividual a detailed look at every aspect of his leave situa- tion. The first box (no. 24) describes the total amount of leave that was compiled at the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Page Two-A 1 TOTALS The works of authors such as Shakespeare Dante and Milton for many are difficult to put into today’s language and often times hard to understand. In the military the Leave and Earning Statement can be labelled as the masterpiece of Army Finance and can also be classified as hard to decipher. In an attempt to simplify the LES the following is a block by block ac- count of each item of relative importance. PAY BREAKDOWN Block 5 This block is the first area of importance bn the LES and lists all entitlements due during the given pay period. These include basic pay quarters allowance separate rations proficiency pay clothing allowance leave rations and other pay an individual is entitled. Block 6 Because of abbreviation codes used the al- lotment column can be the most confusing of all LES blocks. A list of several codes include: AER-repayment of Army Emergency Relief loans CFC Combined Federal Campaign contributions SPT-V support of de- pendents FININ payment to a f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

1)1 ‘F rid ay May 2 1 9 7 5 SGMs greet Chief of Staff At a recent meeting of the III Corps and Ft. Hood Sergeants Major a ceremony was held to bid farewell to BG Joseph N. Jaggers Jr. and to welcome BG John G. Hill to the position of Chief of Staff III Corps and Ft. Hood. Jaggers who has been as- signed as Assistant Com- mander 1st Cav. Div. was with a em orative plaque in ap- preciation of his support of the sergeants major during his tenure as chief of staff. Hill was presented with a Haseball bat with the explana- tion that sometimes “working •friendly” was not enough andling the presentations •was CSM Eugene W. Jones III "porps and Ft. Hood. ^Red Cross seeks blood ifts today Some 2401st. Cav. Div. blood ^donors are being sought by the /Ft. Hood Red Cross including 200 from DivArty 25 from 15th i/AG Co. and 15 from Hq. and Hq. Co. all 1st Cav. Div. The donations will be accept- red today Friday between 8 £a.m. and 2 p.m. at the Blood "Donor Center. The center is ^located in build...

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

Four-A Summer is upon us and once again it’s time to head for the great outdoors. It’s a time for mosquitoes and sun- burn crabgrass and lawn mowing all the things that make summer great. With the long days and cool nights ahead no doubt many of you are thinking of excursions to the country for camp outs and picnics. You’ve mounted that shiny new camper on your pickup loaded up your gear and you’re ready to go. You may well be heading for all kinds of trouble. All too often pickups are loaded with far more weight than they were designed to carry. The reason for this is simple misinterpretation of pickup terminology. The gross vehicle weight (GVW) is not as many believe the load carrying capacity of the truck. It is the total of the weight of the truck and its load. In other words if the GVW of your truck is 3800 lbs. and the truck’s weight (look on your vehicle registration) is 2300 pounds then the load capacity of the truck is 1500 pounds. Keep in mind also that this 1500 pounds is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

I Friday. May 2. 1975 By KELLY WECHSLER Because darkness is an ef- fective cover for military operations the need to see at night has been recognized by soldiers throughout history. In one a a dern technology has come to the soldier’s assistance by provid- ing types of artificial light such as searchlights and flares that can brighten the nighttime scene. Also many new night vision devices are available that in- tensify the available light from such sources as the moon stars br distant cities and give the viewer a clearer picture of what is happening. Now a test is currently un- derw ay at eadquarters MASSTER (Modern Army S le te S stem est Evaluation and Review) at Ft. Hood to evaluate the rela- tionship between the artificial illumination and the night vis- ion devices. “The concepts and ideas behind this test were generat- ed by a Picatinny Arsenal (Dover N. J.) electrical engineer Don R. Brandt and seminars were held and work- ing groups were appointed to review all the papers p...

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