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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 March 1974

Friday arch 22 1974 I Wzt in a arm salutations from Sun Country the 13th Spt. Bde where the action is going full swing. This week wonderful things tra spire an all had *rollilicking good time. The firs to invade Sun try as a group of allas-based Seabees num- bering in the 400’s. Hosted by th 62D E Bn. fo weekend training they built a wall around the swimming pool at North Ft. Hood and constructed picnic tables for S pecial Services. According to various sources this is about the third or fourth time the Navy has dropped anchor here and it won’t be the last. ill ex tim its ship ahoy”. ro of visitors cam in the form of ‘officers to be’. Sunday 65 ROTC cadets from Jackson S tate College in issippi arrived for a three day Army orientation tour. They were hosted by the 1st Pers. and Admin. Bn. and escorted by 1st Lt. D. Ards. According to a a th •O rg a iz a tio th a ts ‘‘received a complete tour of Ft. Hood.” They visited Hood Army Airfield the 1st Cav. Div.’s Museuam and enlisted 2nd A...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 March 1974

Page Fourteen Monday March 25 8:11 Functions & Malfunctions of the M16E1 9:00 Myth of Stereotypes 9:52 Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol 10:00 Boresighting & Zeroing the M60A1 Tank 10:27 Perform ance Test 11:00 The Army Commissary 11:22 Tac Radio Teletype Pt 1 12:11 Courses in Civil Unrest 1:00 Income Tax 1 :1 4 A ttitudes & Behavior of Drug Abusers 2:00 Prevention of Drowning 2:25 Oxyacetylene Cutting 3:00 The Mouth in It’s Entirety 3:44 Introduction to AN/MSC-29 4:00 AN/MPQ-4 adar _4:31 The Farm ’5:11 A Place to Go 5:33 Earthquake 6:02 Sea of Contention 6:31 A New World in the Yukon 7:11 Ballad of the rees '7:35 The ayflower Story 8:00 Young Am erican Leaders Tuesday March 26 ■8:11 Introduction to MAPTOE *8:40 ed S lf lp A rtific ia Respiration 9:00 SAEDA 9:50 Message Construction Review 1 10:25 Gen isassy & Reassy of .45 Chi Pistol 11:00 Opn of the M-151 Series /4-Ton Trucks 11:14 Types of ischarge Certificates 12:11 First Aid: Everyday Emergencies Ft. Hood Televis...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 March 1974

NON-DIVISIGNAL POST CHAPEL (5 -6 1 2 1 a a a ir a tin ■dd/ S. 2 rA il& a Students receive benefits More college students have already received educational benefits under the current G.I. Bill than were trained during the entire World War II G.I. Bill program accor- ding to Donald E. Johnson administrator of Veterans Af- fairs. uring O ctober Johnson said nearly 801000 G.I. Bill re enrolled. This surge pushed the cumulative total during the seven a rs since the newest G.I. Bill was enacted to 2258158 trainees. (Elf a & a SUNDAY WED. 1 1 Sun 0 0 0 Sun 1 1 0 0 iJOO Wed 1900 Wed 1900 DARNALL ARMY HOSPITAL CHAPEL a a a Sun 1000 Sun 0900 Mon 1130 BRIGADE AVE EAST CHAPEL (5 -5 8 3 8 a Sun lo BRIGADE AVE WEST CHAPEL (5 4 9 0 2 a Sun 1100 WEST FORT HOOD CHAPEL (5 3 2 -9 2 1 9 a Sun 0930 a Sun 1100 ir a Wed 1930 ib S tu Thu 1930 37TH STREET WEST CHAPEL (5 7 8 0 1 a Sun 0 9 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 1 5 a Mon 1200 a S a 1730 a io S a 1 6 1 5 1 8 1 5 CORRECTIONAL FACILITY (No e) a Sun 0830 a Sun ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 March 1974

Page E ighteen /3^SuPPort S herijfs Dpt.Seeks help Bell County Sheriff’s Dept is seeking cooperation from Ft. Hood servicemen in an attempt to locate the driver of a red Volkswagen. VA MEWS a A ministration warns veterans and serv icem en who sell homes purchased with GI loans to make certain they obtain are le a se from liability” if the purchaser assumes their loans. “Otherwise” officials ex- plained the seller (the veteran) could be held finan- cially liable should the pur- chaser default on mortgage payments.” It was noted VA granted 9270 releases” last fiscal year about the same number as the year before. O ffic ia ls ad le a r however that a release from lia ility does not automatically restore GI loan title th veteran utilized to purchase the home sold. esto ratio can be made it was stressed only fo a a describes as compelling reasons” for disposing of the property provided the GI loan has been paid in full. hpe "ONLY CONTEST £NPS 1. APRIL. 3 PAY ftss VA will grant a “release...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

VOL. 33 NO. 3 \(/. &j I'll a/ \A /A & 1C 7F. FORT HOOD SENTINEL ‘PUBLISHED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD. FORT HOOD FRIDAY MARCH 29 1974 Two Days Trials information...........................Page IB Published by Community Enterprises Incorporated a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. Opinions expressed by writers herein are their own and are not to be considered an official expression of the Department of the Army. The. appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of the products or services advertised.” As America enters its second year •of peace after a decade of conflict it is highly appropriate for us to acknowledge the debt we owe to those veterans who served in the Armed For- ces during the conflict in Southeast Asia. The untiring devotion that characterized our Arm ed Forces during this trying conflict is a tribute to the national character. There are over six and o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

Page Two-A mK iV I I 1 em ember th old days when you got into your -fatigues and could look straig down and see your ♦Iboot tops? W hen you didn’t have to “suck it in to -•m ain tain th a trim and soldierly look? A re those days •gone? Do you have that “pot beer pillow inner **tube” sto ach any ears of ard ork and large ‘m eals but little dieting? can You Obesity is a problem that any A ericans find ♦them selves faced with and do nothing about. The ♦‘m any jokes regard in fat people and the excuse th a I ‘fat wakes you happier sexier and arm er negates I-any thought for most of trying to reduce. And it is th a ettin rid of that fat is easier said than •tdone. maybe you know having tried weight lifting do it too W A S N I E W S I *saunas ruin pills ater starv in rap efru it ♦bananas etc. W hat is fat doing for you? Nothing! It ju sts ‘hangs th re in creasin your chances of eart failure I *high blood ressu re hypertension to nam just a few -health ro lem s. You’re carry in around the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

Friday March 29 1974 •v A* 4 Hh I "V* I 'S' Vi N t. is a a S te Factory Invoice MM 0 a* IRA YOUNG LISTED BELOW IS ONLY ONE OF THE MANY VALUES YOU WILL FIND AT IRA O N IN TEMPLE! SEE US TODAY! BRAND NEW 1974 DODGE MONACO 4-Door Sedan MONACO 4-DOOR SEDAN This Beauty by Dodge is fully equipped including light package automatic transmission power steering power disc brakes electronic ignitation 400-2 barrell V8 engine all tinted glass left outside remote mirror factory air conditioning clock undercoating AM radio rear seat speaker vinyl roof vinyl molding deluxe wheel coveres and white side wall tires. IRA'S Price *4832 DISCOUNT 4 PRICE ONLY LOOK WHAT YOU WILL SAVE! IRA YOUNG Your Authorized Dealer for Chrysler Imperial Plymouth Dodge Dodge Trucks Triumph Sports Cars and Honda Motorcycles OPEN 8 AM to 6 PM MONDAY THRU SATURDAY Ucated: Snath IH 35 TEMPU 773-4556 By TOM WOLSFELD Ft. Hood as recently knocked out of first place and is now in third place 22 percentage points out of the lead....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

THINK. AB’OUT ft- Personnel using Ft. Hood’s main gate may be a little sur- prised this morning by the new traffic signal controling the flow of vehicles. At 8 a.m. the main gate will start using the new traffic sig- nal. A new portion of Highway .. Reliever needs aid AER drive to begin A soldier found himself in trouble hot long ago. His trouble was financial and he was totally confused as to where he might turn for aid. Entering the Army with a pile of debts that took the largest hunk of all from his monthly paycheck the young man suddenly found him- self unable to meet the rent bill and pay for enough food to meet his family’s needs. Another soldier single and living in the barracks was sending money home to support his widowed mother and three children. An unexpected illness in his family resulted in greater medical expenses than the young trooper could possibly cover with his salary. Help came for both of them in a manner that truly proves that “The Army Takes Care of Its Own.”...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

a 4 Friday March 29 1974 ‘:t Hi* THIS IS IT Ill® Remember those old flicks on television where Tarzan accepts a native tribesman’s challenge to a life and death test of strength and bravery? The 1st av iv. is seeking interested volunteers to compete in a similar en- du ran ce te of sp a rta strength minus any death- defying feats of accomplish- ment. T( First Team troopers will join other Army participants The S A rm mored Division and Ft. Hood recen- tly graduating class of La Vega High School in Waco. The Relations course to begin Thirty one men from the 2/67th display their discharges shortly after having reenlisted in the largest mass reenlistment in the Army to date. The On May 25-26 the First An- nual Jantzen Beach Memorial Pentathlon will be conducted in Portland Oregon as part of the local Armed Forces Day activities. This rugged physical contest features tests of individual’s ability and a in a with such events as a 24 mile swim a 40 mile bike ride a 15 mile run and more. i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

We have upped the salaries considerably over the last few years. But what’s even more important for you to remember are all the things that you as an Army man don’t have to spend your salary on. That’s because many of the best things of Army life are free. Or much cheaper than in the civilian community. So don’t be fooled by We realize that the Army just isn’t for every- one. Few things are. But your reason for leaving might turn out to be an even better reason for staying once you realize everything that’s available to you in the Army. So if you’re thinking about leaving the Army we hope your reasons are better than these. "I didn’t join the Army lor the money. But new Ws mere important to me.” We can understand that. Money is important to everyone. pay comparisons. It’s what’s left over after the bills are paid that counts. "I want to go back to school.” That’s great. But you don’t have to give up a good job and a good career to do it. Today’s Army encourages every qualified perso...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

Friday March 29 1974 By LINDA PRELLWITZ A conversation between one of Ft. Hood’s WAC MPs and her plato se rg an has resulted in self-defense demon- strations for various women’s groups on post. The first demonstration was to last ap- proximately 45 minutes but ac- tually lasted two hours. TEETER-TOTTER It was show and tell for martial arts recently as two women Military Police demonstrate self- defense techniques to the 163rd Military Intelligence Battalion Wives Qub at Ft. Hood. Here Private Natalie Diagle (stan- ding) demonstrates how to escape from a full nelson arm and neck hold as Private How does the average ROTC cadet learn about Army life? What misconceptions does he have and how best can they be corrected? In an effort to learn more about Army life sixty five Jackson S ta te cadets in- eluding thirty females toured Ft. Hood recently. Eight in- stitutional representatives and the ro fe ss of military Science at Jackson State Lt. Col. Ja es avis accom panied the cadets. Durin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

age en-A 3 I DON’T FORGET THE PLATES Maj. Glenn Carr Bn. Executive Officer of the First Team ’s 1st Bn. 6th Cav. appears to be sad about leaving his old unit the 1st Bn. 13th Armor. But he also seems to be happy about being in the l/6th Cav. For­ 19* TEXAS Hie Weekend Is Hb V. J7RIV & S N & PRWE Make them fade away with a N I O A N When the same old bills return every month it’s time to apply for a Uni-Loan. You can pay them all off and then have just one monthly payment to make. Just tell us how much money you need and we’ll figure out the one best monthly payment for you. We’re generally very easy to please. When C.I.T. takes care of your bills they’re gone for good. C.I.T. makes money happen...We reaHy do. An equal opportunity company. C.I.T. FINANCIAL SERVICES Yoiingstown Shopping Center 3009 General Bruce Drive Temple Phone 773-5201 800 East Highway 190 Killeen Phone LA 6-3055 AUSA rive is trJ SLOW tunately April 1 the deadline for getting new plates is near because the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

:r Friday March 29 1974 mm I I 1 I 3 rCt^ ♦t V.- ■&/ *or fkx ^Eighteen members of the 2nd Armd. Div. Band were I simultaneously promoted from private first class to specialist fourth class in a brief ceremony held last week at the band’s training building. Major General Robert L. Fair HOW cmdr. presented each man their new rank in- signia and extended his congratulations. The general then expressed to the entire band his thanks “for the fine job you’ve done of represen- ting the 2nd Armd. Div.” Explained CW04 Russell McConnell bandm aster I I iis tfJS* uppY-Pip Bandsm en promoted en masse You Know April S7ART \MEARINE SUMMER. UNIFORMS ?. “These promotions are not part of Maj. Gen. Fair’s on- the-spot program they came about through regular chan- nels. The general has always shown a great interest in our activities so we invited him to hand out the promotions.” Also presented by Maj. Gen. a in the ceremony was a 2nd Armd. Di if a of Achievement to SSG. Charles Petersin Band opns....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

Page Twelve-A -This menu is prepared by Bonnie eller the food management counselor for the Army Community Ser- vices. Egg and potato scramble 4 medium potatoes diced l.tsp. salt pepper 4 ^ggs beaten l/i cup milk Fry potatoes until browned and salt. Cover pan and cook over low heat until tender. Cbmbine eggs milk pour oj^er ta toes and cook stirring often pancakes 8 4” pancakes l«gg cup milk I salad oil y% cup plus 2 flour tsp. baking powder pinch of salt Heat gridle and pan while mixing a tte Mix all ingredients well with beater or blender. Pancakes may be thinner with a little more liquid or thicker with a little more flour. Oil & vinegar dressing l'T vinegar 3 IT salad oil l'T chipped onions tsp. salt IVJix and pour over tossed salad at serving time. Cornbread l'cup corn meal tsp. soda ljtsp. baking powder ft tsp. salt ljegg beaten l*cup milk soured by 1 tsp. vinegar IT melted butter Mix dry ingredients together ^dd eggs to milk and stir into dry mixture. Add butter. F$our int...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

.... 1 4 Friday arch 29 1974 2nd A rm d. iv NCO-EM 1 Wives 7 The 2nd Armd. Div. NCO- EM Wives Club met Wed. at die Main NCO Club to hear representatives from Damall Hospital speak on CHAMPUS ta th late sp ital ^procedures. The talk was given by Maj. Rose Admin. Professional Services Lt. Stacey Public Relations Of- ficer and Lt. Frank Berlingsis Of CHAMPUS. The 2nd Armd. Div. Cook- book “H ere’s HOW” was discussed and all wives were urged to submit receipts. Guests welcomed were Mrs. William Lewis DISCOM Com- (nander’s wife Mrs. Harold itz era ld rs. Gordon .Gould Mrs. William Scott and ■Mrs. Michael Warren. Several •new em ers were also welcomed including Mrs. Ronald F. Raymond Mrs. William O’Brien Mrs. Michael P. Ju e rs. ichard Schauer Mrs. Jerry Williams Mrs. reddie Underwood Mrs. Roy L. Stukey Mrs. Forrest Siewert and Mrs. Walter Moser. *3 Co. 124th Maint. Bn. On March 7 Mrs. Larry Ash hosted the monthly coffee at *her home in Nolanville. It in- cluded a baby shower for Mrs. Joa...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

.-.'' •’•■v* v'W. •.' Page Fourteen-A &fv'’ G-l 1 Officers’ wives of the G-l section met for their March coffee at the home of Mrs. John Hayne. Mrs. Jack Mullen conduc- ted the business meeting. Mrs. erbert Skinner and Mrs. Paul Pozorski were welcomed into the group. [Farewell was said to Mrs. ‘Laddie Cox who was presen- with the tra itio a yellow rose plaque. Susan Bunnell and Martha to of a a needlework shop presented a a a needle pointing and crewel em- broidery. 13TH SIG. BN. The 13th Sig. Bn. met recently at a restaurant in Gatesville for their monthly Hail and Farewell. Officers and Ladies of Hq. Co. hosted the evening. ountry night was the theme for the evening and -Down Home” cooking com- plemented the affair. a a Theodore Hummel fare welled Cpt. and Mrs. Ronald Fitz- Randolph Cpt. and Mrs. Sammy Clark Lt. and Mrs. Dennis Guill and WO and a Welcomed to the battalion The III Corps and Ft. Hood Officers’ Wives Club (Non- divisional) will meet for a luncheon Wednesday April...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

id a a 2 9 1 9 7 4 'i 6 A recent survey was con- ducted to determine the ex- 1 tent of at belt use in privately owned vehicles operated on the installation. of 1 revealed that approximately 25 per cent of the operators checked did wear seat belts _when driving. Representatives from the Post Safety Office conduct a similar survey each month on the military reservation. If the ope at is found wearing his seat belts he is awarded $5.00 and two free theater passes to an on post theater. Passengers in the automobile who are wearing their seat belts are given one free theater pass. In order to qualify the vehicle must bear a current Ft. Hood registration decal. The free theater passes are given to active military per- sonnel their dependents and retired military personnel. Active military dependents retired personnel and Depar- tment of the Army Civilians are eligible for the cash awards. Ten $5.00 awards are The N eighbors in im- pressive force and on a son sparkled stage presented their...

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