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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 May 1975

Page Twelve By Richard Kwasniewski Throughout the country and here at Ft. Hood the incidents of animals injuring young ild re av in re a dramatically during the past few months as a matter of fact there were 41 dog bites in April at Ft. Hood as compared to 50 for Killeen and Copperas ove. he re a a sev eral: armer eather more animals being let out- side the natural curiousity of the young less caution on the part of older children and the negligence of adults which al- lows their pets to wander at large. Parents are faced with con- vincing their children that all animals are not the cute lova- ble cuddly playful and as kind as they are rtray ed in numerous storybooks. Stories about such heroic animals as Lassie and Rin Tin Tin confuse a child’s understanding of why he can ’t play with all the animals. The familiar family pet or pets further complicate the problem. These are usually there when the child is born or a a thereafter and grow up with Courses to begin The next college prep...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 May 1975

May 30 1975 BICENTENNIAL our Chunk Tuna 6.5-oz. Can W iC 1775-1975 S fE S Van Camp's Light Meat. Safeway Big Buy I •. ipple Sauce omato Catsup orn Tortillas ar Detergent ’aper Towels Lighter Bic Butane Lighter. Safeway Special! ^■Each VVN ileach I. White Magic '/z-Gal. Plastic Charcoal Briquets ch Bags Huminum Foil tlackeye Peas Instant Breakfast Ipinach Ozark Kitchen Craft Kitchen Craft. 12 Inches Wide 16-oz. Pkg. Town House 6-Env. Pkq. Lucerne Gardenside. Source of Iren! 15-ox. 1 Can A N O O IN Homemaker’s Collection .Wow you can own an exquisite collection of Meautiful W exford lassw are. E ach ie is handsomely sculptured to catch light and cast I gracefully in a thousand directions. You will find Wexford delightfully elegant in every setting yet this glassware is quality crafted to withstand the rigors of daily use! I Frozen. "OS E y6 16-oz. Poly Bag Corn .......... 57* iy Lima Beans....................... 65* xed Vegetables ...... 57* it Okra ......................................

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 May 1975

age ourteen 1® AMBULANCE SERVICES Emergency transportation is required in an effective health care chain. At Ft. Hood this service is provided by Darnall’s am­ Tutors needed for Jr. High elem. students The report card has held several different meanings for us as we went along through school. It meant success for pass- ing a sigh of relief for just squeaking by but for some it meant failure. Some children learn faster than others. Some just need a little more personal attention to make the difference between passing or failing. The Army Community Service Center has set up a program to help children in Elementary and Junior High who are slow learners. It is called the “One ‘2’ One Tutor- ing Program.” As the name implies the program is designed to give slow learners the attention they need on a one to one basis. Volunteer tutors are assigned to a child to help strengthen them in areas such as reading math English or social studies. The child attends two one-hour periods a week one on...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 May 1975

I ^Friday May 30 1975 1 1 That’s the way SP5 Tom Burt feels about his job in a Mortar Squad. “It’s rough every now and then. Especially when your unit’s short of men and everyone’s doing someone else’s job too. But it beats doing the same dumb thing day after day. “And you’re only as good as the people in your unit. So even if you don’t start out so good if everyone pulls together and has pride in their unit you’ll end up with a unit the Army can be proud of too. “As far as reenlistment goes I’m going to reenlist and reenlist. I got out of the Army awhile back and got my Associate of Arts Degree. But I guess I couldn’t get the Army out of me because here I am. And if I had it to do over again I’d have stayed in. “In fact if anybody tried to talk me out of reenlisting I’d tell them to go to hell.” FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS "I’d rather do a tough job I like than a soft job I hate." Today’s Army gets better every time a good man reenlists i£*Vy Page Fifteen

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 May 1975

Page Sixteen a %*.».* I .«.* tM W W W W W W A W j*S ANCHORS AWEIGH Unidentified rider hits the trail one day enduro race held at Ft. Hood. Twenty six riders entered the Check-out center offers outdoor fun By GORDON PIKE Let the Outdoor Recreational Equipment Center put you in the driver seat for only $2.00 a day. These machines have cushioned leather seats and are available in one or two passengers models. They are ex- tremely light and dependable. Requiring little main- tenance these machines are economical to run and are a must for slow country touring. To rent one all you need is a valid military identification card. You don’t need a drivers license nor must you be any certain age. All you need to know is how to pedal a bike. The Outdoor Recreation Equipment Checkout Center is located in Bldg. 2238 on Headquarters Ave. The center is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Sunday. If camping interests you the center can rent you tents sleeping bags stoves coolers heaters cots a...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 May 1975

Friday May 30 1975 It HE DID IT! I ra riq ez 13th COSCOM tru le ith 435 lbs. in th st rliftin a io ship odri- Six Flags trip slated Thinking of getting out of tow eekend? Then tak a a ta of a th er fun-filled ex cu rsio to Six Flags Over Texas a ecrea- tion Services tour developed just for you the military and federal employe. You can enjoy an entire day S a tu a 7 a th Southw est’s biggest and most lar family am usem ent park for just the price of ad­ A in something different to do this weekend? Do you want to get outdoors and have som fun? W ell A stin ’s Town ake located next to the Holiday Inn by 1-35 will be the scene of som boat racing his weekend May 31 and June 1. Tim trials for the two-day water event are for Saturday a noon with races scheduled to get underway Sunday at 1 p.m mission $5.00. And th a t’s a big discount over the regular price of adm ission! here are only a few seats available on the free tour bus to Six Flags so you had better hurry and ake your reserva- tio...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 May 1975

Page Eighteen "GETTING INTO THE SWING The ten- nis swing that is. The Ft. Hood Tennis Club will be hosting a series of clinics dur- in the months of May and June at the ‘Main Post Courts next to the P-X. The Despite the long holiday weekend and hot Texas skies enthusiastic spectators and top ’performing machines poured into Fort Hood’s Dragway. While Mike Fuschino Sly Carey and Nancy Fendley .w ere busy inning th ir respective sportsman honors 'David Wakefield and Jerry Hobbs earned top honors in the -ET Bracket and bike competi- tion. Fuschino captured Modified ((.Eliminator honors with an 11.45 in his ’68 G/Gas Camaro fat the expense of Cliff Win- .“dham ’s ’68 E/M Camaro which dost with an 11.39. Third place ‘went to Bruce Wallesch in ’67 B/Gas Chevelle over Jim my Lantrip when faulty clutch S N S IN E ..! FRESH ..! N ..! Racers hold holiday meet linkage erased Lantrip’s ‘62 F/G as Falcon from the final round of competition. Back in the winner’s circle this week as Ft. Hood’s Syl...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 May 1975

Friday May 30 1975 Support unit moves to new location The money-saving General Sipport Unit (GSU) operated by th 13th COSCOM has moved into a warehouse on 280th St. The new location in Building 4268/4269 behind the post Central Issue Facility will enable the GSU to expand its operations and better pro- tect the items stored under its roof. The GSU is run by Cpt. John S. Plum er’s 565th Sup. Co. 553rd Sup. and Svc. Bn. and monitored by the COSCOM ateriel Section. The new warehouse setup has prompted a different staffing for the personnel assigned there. Staff Sergeant Tony Langford is the warehouse supervisor while SSG. John Sams is assigned as noncommissioned officer in a rg of th GSU 2LT Michael C. Mores serves as the officer in charge. The GSU which has an in- ventory of excess parts includ- ing everything from railroad lanterns to aircraft parts al- lows III Corps units not sup- ported by the COSCOM’s Direct Support Unit (DSU) to turn in excess parts and sup- plies. In return the...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 May 1975

Page Twenty REACH: Private First Class Matha M. Mitchell stretches to give apart iden- tification card to PV2 Canuto Jimenez while stocking shelves in the new GSU Warehouse. The parts controlled by The men of the 1st. Bn. 7th Cav. were recently met with a day of movement and split second actions as they pre- are for a visit rom S re a of the Army Howard ‘Bo’ Calloway. Attack! Advance! Delay! These were just a few of the terms used during the process of the unit moving from one strategic location to another. Secret codes designed to foil the enemy filled the airways as aggressor forces sought to deceive and outwit their ad- versary. The men of the 1st. Bn. 7th Cav. were participating in an ORTT which is better known as an Operational Readiness Training Test. The steps taken by the men in preparation for the simulat- ed attack were: road march night occupation defense night at a delay and daylight attack. For the men in the unit Phase Line Texas Line Detroit and Cowhouse Creek proved ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 May 1975

Friday May 30 1975 WANNA COME AN’ PLAY IN MY A —asks pretty Miss Susan Montgomery of Jefferey our fearless photo fiend. Jefferey never being one to pass up an opportunity quickly hurdled the fence only to find himself waist-deep in the mud. As Jefferey didn’t share PX offers ad’s Day specials June 15 is Father's Day and the Ft. Hood Post Exchange is celebrating with man-sized values. To make sure that Ft. Hood Exchange customers receive their share of the money sav- ings. there is a 10 per cent dis- count on selected items of ens’ wear. These items will be properly tagged with 10 per cent a th r’s Day discount tickets. I in in the specials include power tools a a a a to toiletries sporting equipment sp rts coats knit slacks a an typewriters. The special sale is now in ef- fect and will end on Juno 13. DRIVE-IN THEATER 2 0 0 per carload East Edge of Copperas Cove on Highway 190 Fri.-Sat. •rt A*nllF 7 /VtartrTttmn’i I [uddebenyfinn ^/WuncalHdgptariuri Sun. Mon. Tues. 3^ "The ge Spikes...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 May 1975

Page Twenty-Two A”** S S. FRIEND INDEED—Specialist 4 Robert Deluca (left) assists SP5 Glenn Ratcliff from the 2nd Armd. Div.’s “A” Co. 142 Sig. Bn. with the removal of a shock absorber from a deadlined five-quarter ton vehicle. Ratcliff will probably take this usable part back to his unit to replace one no longer functional. Deluca as- signed to the 190th Maint. Co. 169th Maint. Bn. works at the Post Cannibalization which is run by the 13th COSCOM unit to save money for the Army. (Photo by J. Tyler) PARTS APLENTY—Deadlined five-ton vehicles are lined up in perfect formation at the Post Cannibaliza- tion Point as if waiting to be of some use. Eventually over time these vehicles will be stripped of all their salvageable parts which when removed will be used on operational vehicles to prolong their viability. Operated by the 190th Maint. Co. 169th Maint. Bn. the Can- nibalization Point saves about $30000 per month for the Army in its salvage of good parts. (Photo by J. Tyler) yovw arrt...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 May 1975

Friday May 30 1975 IW-HYISIttM POST CHAPEL ('5--U.11) Protestant Protestant Choir Sun 09301100 Wed 1900 POST SUNDAY SCHOOL (5-5298) Protestant Sun 0929 Catholic CCD Sun 0%3-1200 (Meadows School) DAKtALL AMCf HOSPITAL CHAPEL 8) (5-5708) Protestant Catholic Catholic Sun 1000 Sat 1600 Mon-fri 1130 ttlLAffift a (Bldg 87009 (5-7233)) Protestant Sun 11001900 Children's Chapel Sun 1130 Protestant Bible Study Mon 1900 Couple's Bible Study Tue 1900 BRIGADE AVE EAST CHAPEL Ife5E3ft) Catholic Sun 1100 ifcro? asm SH/ra L5-M&J Sunday School Sun 0930 Protestant Sun 1100 Bible Study Wed 1800 Choir Practice Med 1900 Film and Fellowship Son 1800 WEST FORT HOOD CHAPEL (532-9219) Catholic Sun 0930 Protestant Sun 1100 Choir Practice Wed 1930 37TH STREET WEST CHAPEL (5-7801) CatholicSun 090011001215 Catholic Mon thru Fri 1200 Catholic Sat 1730 Catholic Confession Sat 1700-1730 CORRECTIONAL FACILITY.. (Ho Phone) Catholic Sun 0800 Protestant Sun 0900 CHRISTIAN 3C1HIC8 EPISCOPAL LATTER-DAY SAINTS Ki11e...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 May 1975

i*age Twenty-Four Sentinel BUSINESS SERVICES Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV .Brand New 19 inch Portable with Built- .in Antena. Rented bv the Dav Week or .Month. Come bv and Make Your Selec- tio from Our Large Stock. Monthly .Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. 'Killeen.............................................634-4742 (tfn) Misc. Services 063 PATS COIN SHOP COINS STAMPS SUPPLIES AND METAL DETECTORS 8TH ST. KILLEEN 526-5584 •PRINTING of all Kinds. MILITARY •CALLING CARDS. Wedding and Babv ’A ts ROBIN 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 CASH FOR • YOUR EQUITY WILSON 205 W. Barton 773-1983 OPEN HOUSE Sat. & Sua 2-6 P.M. [oAKCREEK ADD: Lots Foundation •and houses ready for you to choose col- -ors. Come out South 31st to Oakcreek •Add. turn in and come to Carnation Lane Alex Waggoner 8 Kathy Wilson. -BROOKS ADD: Come Lake Road (Farm...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 May 1975

Friday May 30 1975 Lower tax withholding bigger paycheck Most wage earners will see an increase in their paychecks this month. New tax withhold- ing tables were brought into ef- feet May 1. Robert M. McKeever In- [tenal Revenue Service (IRS) [.district director for Southern [Texas said that taxpayers -should check their withholding ‘[under the new tables. "Even under the new tables many .’employes may continue to [have more tax withheld than is ["needed to cover their tax [liability” he said. On the other hand some [m ay not have enough tax withheld and come up short [[when it’s time to file their tax [return. "Adjustments to withholding [can be made by filing out a •new W-4 form and presenting it to lo ” McKeever said. Income tax withholding will [b re fo th re- mainder of the year as a result of the reductions in income tax provided by the Tax Reduction .. Act of 1975 which was enacted March 29. New Circular E "Employers Tax Guide" was mailed to the nation’s 4.5 million employers ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 May 1975

Page Twenty-Six MAST completes mission 50 Military Assistance of Safe- ty and Traffic (MAST) passed it first milestone the weekend of May 16 when it completed its 50th mission. The notable mission in- volved transporting a three- year-old boy suffering from third degree burns from a Brown wood hospital to John Sealey Hospital in Galveston. The assignment one of the longest MAST missions flown involved 6.8 hours of flying time. MAST is a civvian communi- ty project initiated last Sept. 1. The project is governed by the Civilian MAST Coordinat- ing Agency headed by BG (Ret.) Allan G. Pixton of Killeen. In accomplishing the 50 mis- sions MAST has flown approx- imately 200 flying hours. In ad- dition the MAST team has sur- veyed landing sites of all hospitals within a 100 nautical mile radius of Ft. Hood. Although a request for MAST assistance can be made by an individual in cases of emergency most of the MAST issio have been in- terhospital transfers request- ed by physicians hospital ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 June 1975

VOL. 34. NO. 13 In the last couple of years there have been som dramatic changes in the A rm y’s policy on physical is- ability retirem ents. The changes were made to insure physical disability retirements are granted uniformly and with equality to soldiers of all ranks. Present guidelines for processing the cases of soldiers who ay be unfit for duty because of physical disability ere set up about two years ago. The major factor now used in determining eligibility for physical disability retirements is the “presumption of fitness rule.” Basically this means that if a soldier has satisfactorily performed his duties until he is scheduled for separation or retirem ent his performance creates a presumption that he is fit for duty. Thus such a soldier is not eligible for physical disability retirement. Only in rare cases is this presumption overcome. The presumption of fitness standard was adopted to put an end to the practice of retaining senior officers and NCOs with physical im pairm ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 June 1975

Page Two-A Two hundred ears ago ■I! there were grave doubts that the new Army would live to see its centennial celebration and few if any thought it would I last until a bicentennial fete. "r Thsi month the United States I Army will be celebrating its :p-200th birthday on June 14 and jrjviting the .citizens of this tin Ok IO ■t* it it* Far tco many soldiers are carrying high leave balances. *vA separation this practice ■-s*-'translates Into costly pay- v* ents for unused accrued a ese high le av balances and accrued leave payments are far in excess of S what could be reasonably ac- cum ulated due to military •O necessity. To help deal with the pro- blem the Army is emphasiz- ing that each soldier must be given the opportunity to use at least 30 days leave each year. One period of leave is to be for at least 14 days other periods of leave will be used to give soldiers a frequent break from the routine of work. a a a schedules are designed to give ‘the soldier an opportunity to take l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 June 1975

Friday June 6 1975 A small Central Texas com- munity’s call for relief as- sistance was answered late last week by the 13th Corps Spt Cmd (COSCOM). Immediately after a call for water was re- ceived at the operations sec- tion the responsibility of responding to the town’s re- quest was placed upon the 180th Trans. Bn. W within hours six five- thousand-gallon capacity tankers from the 418th Trans. Co. were rolling out of the motor pools toward Belton Lake to fill up with water. Ac- cording to the battalion’s FILL IT UP Responding to a Central exas com unity’s call for an emergency supply of ater embers of the 13th COSCOM’s 418th Trans. Co. hook a hose up to afire hydrant at Belton Lake to fill their tanker with water to take to Moffat. WHIRLPOOL Whirlpool EAT 19 SK $ 4 1 9 9 5 WHIRLPOOL WASHER LAA 5500 $ 2 3 9 9 5 $175°° DRYER LAE 5 5 0 0 WHIRLPOOL ‘mptTmmimrTrn 3 3 9 EAV16X Moffat water supply low Hood troops to the rescue public information specialist “It took the tankers half an h...

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

Page Four-A Each year the consumer market is flooded with “newer more improved” versions of the child-proof bot- tle tops. These kiddie-caps are presumed by the con- sumer to be invulnerable for the most part. This belief has prompted a somewhat relaxed attitude on the part of many parents with the storage of dangerous household cleaners medicines and other poisonous substances once again being relegated to lower levels and in unlocked cabinets well within the reach of the hands of small children. The misconception has resulted in more and more re- ported cases of children being poisoned by consuming these dangerous household chemicals. However the question is raised are all these poison- wings accidental? Quoting Dr. Richard W. Moriarty a pediatrician and Director of the National Poison Center network it was stated that “there are growing indications that children 7 to 10 years old are attempting to comment suicide by drinking household cleaners medicines or other poisons. Dr. Mori...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 6 June 1975

Friday June 6 1975 COSCOM NIGHT HAWKS ON THE JOB While most Ft. Hood personnel are home watching late night TV shows or resting up for the next day’s work on the job maintenance personnel irom tne o28th Trans. Co. 169th Maint. Bn. are working at West Ft. Hood’s Aircraft Maintenance Shop to keep the fixed and rotary wing aircraft of the installation in top notch condition. A few months ago the 528th initiated this night crew system The 528th rans. Co. believes in an old adage ‘‘once a job is begun never stop until its done. Be the labor great or small do it well or not at all.” In order to do the job well and finish it the 528th Trans. Co. 169th Maint. Bn. started work- ing night shifts in mid-April of this year. ‘We shall maintain’ is the motto of the maintenance bat- talion and the 528th does just that. They work on all army aircraft aircraft armament ROUND THE CLOCK TEAMWORK Where work is concerned there is no sex discrimination in the aircraft main- tenance shop of the 528th Tran...

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