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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

VOL. 32 NO. 52 Child abuse \U it By CHRIS MENEFEE Child abuse. The mere mention of the subject arouses anger shock and dismay even from those most hardened by today’s rapid barrage of violent headlines. “Why” they ask “Why doesn’t somebody do something?” At Ft. Hood and the surrounding community somebody is doing something. Ft. Hood’s Child Protection Council (CPC) has designed a program joining military and civilian resources in an effort to first identify the abused child next insure his immediate safety and ultimately help abusing parents solve their problem in order to establish a stable home. The council was organized to evaluate all cases of suspected alleged or known child abuse or neglect within the realm of military jurisdiction at Ft. Hood. Partaking most actively in these case evaluations are Darnall’s Pediatric Service and Social Work Service the Army Health Nurse Army Community Service’s Social Work Section and Bell County’s Child Welfare Department. Child Abuse Defined...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

r- Page Two-A ■**.' 1. 4 &• SiW W W 'X 'X W viW W 'X ^W fflW x: & The two men sat in silent comaraderie their glasses making wet circles on the bar in front of them. Down the counter as well as across the hor- seshoe shaped bar from them men traded jokes and good natured slurs in flat twanging accents that bespoke the flatlands of the West. “Yes” one of the two spoke continuing the lagging conversation “It does remind me of the border and pretty girls and parties where anything goes.” ... .“Unless you’re allergic to penicillin the way I hqard it” his friend countered. .“No I’ve been down there a lot and never had any problems. Besides man you can really find some ^bargains down there. You know our money is worth a lot more than theirs so you can live like a king especially if you go into the interior.” “Cool it man some of those guys live down there tor at least nearby. They just might get hostile.” The /second man motioned toward the crowd of revelers. “No way” the ‘voice o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

Friday March 8 1974 ZACE AnvW & & 0 ou The red hues of DivArty lined the stage. Every seat I was taken and there was “standing room only” with Jail present dressed in their best green finery. And a band played several stirring tunes filling the auditorium with the sounds of brass. MEN HONORED There was a ceremonious atmosphere that properly 'befits the presentation of important and prestigious awards. The pageantry was not unlike a seen at Academy Awards time. But cm this day the men were being honored for doing an tstan in job in their military duties not a mere “acting” performance. The occasion was the 2nd Armd. Div. DivArty Awards Ceremony held last Friday in Palmer Theatre. First on the program was the promotion of Sgt. Maj. William P. O’Brian ist Bn. 92nd Field A rty. to Cmd. Sgt. Maj. COMMANDER SPEAKS Colonel A. B. Akers DivArty Cmdr. commented “We honor a great soldier a real inner and a real a Command Sergeant Major O’Brian star- ted out as a private like many of yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

i*age Four-A W E O N Child Abuse our problem Not too far in the past an ambulance team an- swered a call to a rural area in a neighboring state. The call came in at about 2 a.m. and the driver and attendant both college students working part time slapped themselves out of a near state of sleep. Accustomed to just about every form of physical in- juries and long past the stage of losing their supper at the sight of a disoriented human body they were still stunned and unprepared for the scene that greeted them at the address given by the anonymous caller. Pulling into the front yard of the home named a small wood-frame home badly in need of repair the two were puzzled by the fact that although an emergency was reportedly in effect at the home no lights were on in the house and no one was outside to direct the emergency crew. Exiting the ambulance it became apparent from loud voices and occasional cries of anguish that a domestic argument was in progress. Somewhat at odds as to how to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

Friday March 8 1974 By BOB ALLEN Unauthorized intruders on the Ft. Hood range areas have re ate vandalism problems for the III Corps & Ft. Hood Range Division but with the help of three other staff sections on post Range O fficer Lieutenant Colonel Thomas A. Tullar hopes to head off future acts of destruction with a little preventive medicine. ullar et last Friday morning (F 28) with representatives from the Ft. Hood Provost Marshal’s Of- fice Directorate of Facilities E in rin ish and Wildlife G3 Aviation and the Range Division to coordinate plans to combat the rash of vandalism acts being corn- 4 1 mitted on post ranges. The non-commissioned of- ficers (NCO) of the 13th Spt. Bde. had their day in court. Last Thursday for the first time in over two years the brigade had an NCO parade. he NCO A a rd an *V Recently the supply clerk in the 16th Sig. Bn. reenlisted in the Army for another four years under the strong suggestion’’ from another battalion’s Training NCO. Not only did P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

wm. iJage Six-A FORM-FITTED Specialist 4 James L. Homer of the 13th Aviation Battalion ad- justs part of the plastic cover that fits over the tail “stinger” of an Army helicoper. The plastic cover is form-fit- ted to enclose a helicopter in an air-tight bag and protect it from the formation of By CECIL GREEN Researchers at MASSTER •are taking a special look at a .very old problem rust and corrosion. Specifically experts at MASSTER (Modern Army Selected S ystem Test Evaluation and Review) are looking at anew method to prevent rust and corrosion on helicopters that are placed in storage and not serviced frequently. The test involves sealing a helicopter inside its own air- tight plastic “cocoon.” The cocoon is a polyvinyl chloride plastic that comes in four custom-fitted sections that join together with a plastic zipper to seal out air. 4 *r r-’ r* 6* as ■at (T'* Some tape applied around the legs of the helicopter’s skids le te the sealing process. A a a dehumidifier/heater is placed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

Friday March 8 1974 A 3P 4? Greetings and a warm hello from the warm section of post where the sun shines the brightest. This is Willie your local sunbeam reporting the happenings from where its all at! Last week Sun Country to everyone’s answer to ‘good eating-at a sit down place-at the right price.’ It was the Chicken House located in building 3925. According to CW02 Elvin Johnson brigade Food Services Advisor “the specialty of the house is CHICKEN Chicken and more chicken.” Always on the food lines are Southern Fried Chicken ar-B -Q ue hicken and a a S a chicken. The ird are golden brown n’ crispy juicy n’ fork tender and more than finger-licken-good.” If you are tired of the ever thin- ning hamburger and the shor- ter narrower weiner just sate on down to the second Specialty House and sink your chops into apiece of Aifierica’s favorite bird cooked just the way you like it! And if the new Chicken STANLEY THOMASVILIE ec O 3 S 2 ui 2 ui 8 UI a a S a GO “f S 1/1 HALLMARK Girl Scout ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

Page Eight-A 1ST SQN. 9THCAV. On Feb. 15 the wives of Hq. Troop gathered for coffee in the home of Mrs. Harold Schmid. They were pleased to welcome Mrs. George Burrow wife of the new squadron commander to the group as well as Mrs. John Stricklan and Mrs. Charles Hutchison. Mrs. Lonnie Beasley was am ed th new tro publicity chairman and Mrs. aid W in th new hospitality chairman. The group will meet again on the second Tuesday in April at the home of Mrs. Chuck Loman. Mrs. George Burrow was honored with a welcoming tea by the wives of the 1st Sqn. 9th Cav. at the Starlight Room of the Ft. Hood Of- ficers’ Open Mess Feb. 20 Mrs. Burrow comes to the unit from the 2nd Bde. Hqs. It was Fabulous Fifties night for the officers and wives of the 1st Sq. 9th Cav. Feb. 22. The group met in the main ballroom of the Ft. Hood Officers’ Open Mess dressed for the occasion and enjoyed a meal complete with drive-in accoutrements followed by dancing to the golden oldies. Congratulations to Troop for a ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

rid a March 8 1974 Meat-potato loaf 1 lb. ground beef .& 2 eggs 1 cup cracker crumbs Vi onion diced 2 tsp. salt 2 milk 2 catsup 1% cups mashed potatoes Mix first 7 ingredients together. Roll meat mixture out on ax ap er. Place mashed potatoes on meat and roll over. Place in dish and bake 45 minutes in 350 degree oven. Stewed tomatoes 1 can tomatoes Vi tsp- salt and pepper 2 slices bread cubed Add bread to tomatoes season and heat Shirred eggs on spinach 1 pkg. spinach Vi tsp. salt 4 eggs 4 Cover and cook spinach un- til thawed. Place in a baking dish. Make 4 depressions in spinach and break an egg into each. Cover and bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes or until eggs are firm. Vegetable-bean chow 1 lb. beans 2 quarts water 2 carrots 2 cups tomatoes 1 onion chopped 2 flour 2 water 3 cups milk Boil ean in water 2 minutes. Take from stove cover and soak 1 hour. Cook in covered pan until soft. Add vegetables and cook. Put flour in cup stir in water un- til smooth. Slowly add to veget...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

JSfei .v.v!/Y' iPage Ten-A Army Aviators meeting t^ A rm A ia tio A ssociation of America j^AAAA) held its second professional luncheon last Week featuring as speakers two representatives from Bell helicopter Company. Col. XRET) John Oswalt chief of requirement planning and !Mr. Harry Shedden spoke on jhe ro re ss of future helicopter requirements for the Army. Oswalt touched briefly on ■Bell's work on the advanced scout helicopter and the new utility aircraft which will Jake the place of the UH-1 Huey. Shedden gave a detailed outline of the progress of the gunship em phasizing key decisions which will reflect (Mi the capabilities and quan- tity of the gunship. One im- portant development has come from Capitol Hill where Congress has released funds for development of the Ar- y’s a a a tta helicopter (AAH). According to Shedden Bell and Hughes Aircraft have been selected to build two protypes each of the AAH. A fly-off between the companies will take place in late 1975 or early 1976 ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

Friday March 8 1974 I By JERRY REED Sports Editor On January 23 Henry Watts inherited the coaching Job of the Ft. Hood Tankers. Watts accepted the position after Al Nesmith stepped down to devote all his time to his job as Sports Director of the Depen- dent Youth Activities. Henry Watts has been characterized as being cour- teous determined and disciplined. He sits in an office shrouded with sports calendars yellow faded paint and a large black dock. He like Nesmith is not situated in an oval office with thick shag carpet and a wall painted with Sears’ best latex like other basketball coaches. So what’s a nice guy like him doing in a place like this? It’s part of the job. It’s been only a short time since Watts took over the Ft. Hood Tankers. They just recently completed their 1973-74 season and are presently preparing for the FORSCOM Championships scheduled for March 11 in Ft. Lewis. SENTINEL: “How can you get your team up for the FORSCOM Championships?” WATTS: “About the only thin...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

1$ 4f r.sj^ ... ■-. 'i Page Two-B *. LET ’E IP Donald Plank the win- .ner in the singles bowling competition at ^Division level for the last two years 'displays th style that wakes him a 'superb bow ler. A ember of the 7th The top a tio in the D.Y.A. wars this week were confined to mainly the Junior and Intermediate Leagues. There were three games played in the Junior League this week. In the opener the Knicks behind the shooting of Ripple who had 11 points for the winners won over the Bullets 21-4. The Lakers con- tinued undefeated by scoring ar 35-17 icto ry over the Cougars. Herring scored 16 points for the Lakers. In the third game the Supersonics edged the Pistons 21-17. The following is the present Junior League standings: toKlOR LEAGUE Lakers 8-0 Tryouts slated -Persons interested in trying opt for the post fastpitch soft- ball team are invited to at- tend practice at the following tones at Liese Field located ai*the corner of Hood Road ahd Headquarters Avenue: 10turn. 10 p.m...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

Friday March 8 1974 •n SPORTS re re By JERRY REED There’s another epidemic about. It’s not all that bad however it happens every year at this time. The epidemic in question doesn’t result in botulism hives or leprosy but instead something termed “spring fever”. According to officials at the Food and Drug Ad- ministration there is only one cure for this disease. The prescribed remedy for “spring fever” is a simple one several innings of a baseball game with the main ingredient being the baseball itself. It is recommended that every family who is suf- fering from this annual ailment stock the medicine cabinet with several doses of this item. On each box that contains this cure there are some .in tru tio given. The box will indicate that the baseball should be used only as directed. It should be kept in reach of all children especially the ones that are suffering the most. This medical product is harmful in some respects. On each box there is a printed message that clearly states the d...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

Page Four-B SQUASH Last weekend the Eleventh Annual Texas Open Squash acquets Tournam ent was held a The niversity of Texas a A ustin and was sp so red by th A ustin Squash Racquets Assn. Players from Okla. and all over the state showed up for this exciting event. Ronald N ichols HHC 27 aint. 1st Cav. took 1st place Class Hardball an E a a th a a (Masters) walked away with Second in the sam class. For all you Squash Fans the next big event will be the Southwest Squash Racquets Assn. Regional Champion- ship March 29-31 at Bellmont Hall University of Texas. BOWLING Can’t sleep a night? In- somniac? If you’re a mid- night mover and an all night grooyer then the bowling cen- ter lias something that should be right up your alley. Midnight No Tap Bowling Tournam ents will be held every Fri. night beginning at 11 p.m. at the Bowling Center Bldg. 107. The first 60 to sign up will bowl if at lanes by 10:30 p.m. After 10:45 p.m. the names on the stand-by list will be used if they are present....

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

m: [oh-7 1974 55 TRULY FINE p.h Hair Spray For Any Hair Style! Safeway Special! 13-oz. Can TRULY FINE Paper Towels Absorbent! Soft! Safeway Special! French Bread Skylark. Sliced. Special! —16-ox. Leaf Jewish Rye English Muffins Sesame Twist SECOND __________ Bread. Skylark Loa?* 4 3 A AT TREMENDOUS WEEK STEMMED 39* Mrs. Wright’s Pkg” CRYSTAL 47^ ■read. Skylark Loa?* WEXFORD iC .. ss SAVINGS E .- SHERBET Double II Razors Waffle Syrup Safeway W welcome back regular readers of the Marquee. For those of you scanning this bit of ink for the first time let me say that this is thetplace where the wonderful world of th a tre a rt Hood is presented right before your eyes. First a couple of announ- cem ents. Due to military committments of one kind nu-made Peanut Butter mum *®1 reat For Sandwiehes e. or Snacks! Safeway Special! 28-oz.Jar PARADE Detergent Frozen Food Safeway Ice Cream is famous for its velvety-smooth texture Rich in Dairy Goodness. There 6* are many delicious flavors to de- li...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

Page Six-B MONDAY MABCH 11 8:11 Functions A Malfunctions of the M16E1 .9:00 Income Tax -9:14 Gen isassy A Assy of M16E1 ile 10:00 Role Playing (Leadership) 10:22 Highlights of Arm or Activities 11:00 Non-Judicial Punishment 11:22 Tactical Radio Teletype Pt 1 12:11 Athletes in Action 1:01 Chalk Talk on Alcoholism 2:06 Communications Security 2:45 Intro to Vehicle M114A1 3:00 Reporting Information 3:34 Standard Fid Wire Using Splicing Kit MK-356/G 4:00 ech ng on M85 MG Pt 3 Detailed Assy 4:31 Dogs Bom for Action 5:11 The Way It Is/ ac Airlift Story 5 '6:05 The Missile Navy 6:31 A Day in Am erica 7:11 The Army in Space A Under the Sea 7:40 Money to Bum *■{ *8:00 The Way to Go TUESDAY MABCH 12 8:11 M73 MG Gen Assy A Disassy 8:50 arrison ess Equip Pt 2 a 9:31— 350 GPM 10:00 E ip S rv ic a ility riteria I Evaluation 10:23 The Aero Scout U:00 Cycle of Functioning .50 Cal MG M&Pt 1 11:29 AN/MPQ-4 adar 12:11 IFR Flight Plans-DD Form 175 (IFR »A -V FR 12:31 Venomous Anim als: Snakes 1:00 ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

Friday March 8 1974 Jefferey vacationed this week at the Hotel Sahara in Las Vegas and captured the attention of a lovely twosome beside the Sahara pool. Jeff seems to be im­ Some of the top brass” from th A rm ’s seven divisions and major com- mands in the United States a MASSTER/Division Seminar March 14 and 15 at West Ft. Hood. Members from the Army units ill review recent achievements of MASSTER (M modern A rm Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) and examine future testing which will affect all Army combat divisions. S of scheduled include demon- strations of a logistical com- puter system and new highly mobile vehicles such as the EX-311 “dune buggy” recon- naissance vehicle and motor- cycles.. On the second day of the sem inar the visitors will review the results of some of MASSTER's recent tests and observe a film of the Brave Shield VI Exercise held last October at Ft. Bliss Texas. Following the film there will be a briefing on the history testing and concepts a sso ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

i*age Eight-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Ncftice to Public 010 THERE IS a prison visitation service for C.O.'s held in the confinement a ility W rite S ea S a r P.V .S. 704 W. 25th St. A ustin Texas 78705. •________________ (3-29) S C-H I E IN O E A SERVICE Your Home Our Office $5.00 up Daily 9 to 9 bv appointment CaH arrv C. Schirm er (USA ret) 6344)885 v_________________ (3-15) BUSINESS SERVICES B'king Tax Service 031 MARY DILLON I N O E A ASSISTANCE 100 E. RANCIER AT 2ND ST. 526-4542 Ofc. 634-1908 Home (3/29) HAVE PENCIL WILL TRAVEL Income tax returns prepared in vour home. Phone 547-5961 or 773-5536. Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 Inch ortable with Built-in Antena. Rented bv the Day Week or Month. Come bv and Make our S electio from O ur a rg Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. illeen........................................ 634-4742 (tfn) Forn. Upholstery 046 7 PIECE LIVING room suit $199.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 834-0323 (tfn) Sentinel C...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

Friday March 8 1974 UMMMM GOOD Sinking his chops into a tasty piece of chicken this brigadier was among the first to take advantage of the 13th Spt. Bde.’s second Specialty House. His eyes rolling in ut­ If you are interested in refreshing wholesome enter- tainment we invite you to visit and enjoy Natural Bridge Caverns. A tour of the Caverns will serve as a memorable ex- perience here amid spec- tacularly beautiful surroun- dings where nature has taken more than a million years to fashion its han- diwork and where the tem- perature is a constant 70 degrees you will marvel at the gravity-defying for- mations the majestic struc- ture called “King’s Throne” rising forty feet towards heaven the fifty foot “Wat- chtower” and the tiny and delicate “Soda Straws” to name just a few of the many splendors on hand for your viewing enjoyment. The very location of Natural Bridge Caverns among the gently rolling hills midway between San Antonio and New Braunfels off IH35 (exit at 1604) makes it ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 March 1974

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