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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

Page Ten-B I CAN DO IT .says Vicki Beebe 13th Spt. Bde.’s female draftsman while her supervisor SSG James Rice gives the in- struction. The native of Tacoma Wash. Lady is A-o.k. Who says draftsmen are always men? This isn’t true in the 13th Spt. Bde. Recently a female OJT (for on-the-job- training) has been attached to the drafting section. A native of Tacoma Wash the petitie green eyed brunet- te is a graduate of Mount ac a igh School in Tacom a. enty-year old Vickie Beebe enlisted for draf- ting. “I have always loved to paint and work with my hands. My family is artistic” said the green eyed girl. ‘‘When in high school I took up drafting and liked it and now my career is centered around drafting.” The pretty brunette’s hob- bies include swimming pain- ting and listening to soft music. On off duty hours Vicki sketches paints and draws. Not a women’s libber she says “I am not deep into it but the guys I work with feel that I should be and often kid me.” Her supervisor Sgt. James Ric...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

VOL. 34 NO. 5 V'/' 4' I J^r »* SL ^0 ■\w A '!i& FORT HOOD SENTINEL “PUBLISHED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD.’ FORT HOOD FRIDAY APRIL 12 1974 By A. D. PITTMAN In His Father's house are many mansions. If it were not so He would have told you. He has been called the'Good Shepherd the Prince of Peace the Truth and the Light but more especially the Messiah. His ID card simply reads Jesus of Nazareth parents Mary and Joseph of the House of David. Age 33 years. His mission is to save all mankind. At this Easter season 1974 A.D. He sits on a throne in Heaven at the right hand of His Father who is God. In one hand he holds a sealed book which is called the Lamb’s Book of Life. There is no one from the center to the circumference of the E arth.. .from the highest hill to the lowest plateau. .except Him who is worthy to break one of these seals because He is the Son of God (Revelation 5:1-3). Yet when the proper time has come each of the seven seals will be loosened to see...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

Page Two-A j&frtmmmt 8 By R. KWASNIEWSKI .Heroes. As you grew up these dauntless men and vtfomen and animals saved the world every Saturday af- teraoon-promtply and despite the odds. They were not selfish being satisfied that justice had triumphed and tfce bad guys were either (a) dead (b) gone or sometimes (c) rehabilitated. Many of them could sing while chasing the outlaw winning the girl or quieting the horse usually the same song. Now they are legend and to tell of their deeds brings the teller scornful laughter. ’But what heroes does that audience have today and if any how good are they? Can they leap tall buildings save an entire town or stop a stampeding cattle herd? I doubt it. Compared to Cisco and Poncho Batman and i$obin are pale imitations. Today’s heroes are not sub- stantial they have none of the mystique of yesterday’s champions of Justice. ‘Case in point. Could James Bond duplicate the feat that Yukon King pulled off in one of Sgt. Preston’s epid- sodes? Here was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

Friday April 12 1974 It Race program takes new face he a la tio Program at the 1st Bde. 2nd Armd. Div. has taken on a dif- ferent though not particularly radical shape. The Race la tio a is generally governed by Depart- ment of Defense guidelines but these directives only state the minimum standards and if an organization should want to do a tte jo than is required there is no rule against it. The minimum standards require one-hour blocks of in- struction on several ethnic groups in lu in Black History and Mexican History. The original concept of the program was set up on the same form at as any other military class. Under the old system 40 men would attend the class for four afternoons during the week. Using this schedule the men’s duty for almost an en- tire week was interrupted and the class periods were short preventing them from getting the most out of the course. Under the new system 40 men go to the class two whole days permitting a total of 80 men per week to get the trainin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

Page Four-A Day the Crucifixion He is water for the thirsty He is food for the hungry He is light to the blind 8 A.M. Jesu is ch a rg ed ith inciting revolt before ilate. ilate rd rs th a He be taken to erod who as in Jeru salem fo th Passover. 9 A.M. At th alac e Jesus ap eares before Herod who or- ders im re turn to ilate. 10A.M. Jesus is led back to the rtress Antonia to ap ear before ilate. ilate orders th a Jesu be scourged an ancient version of flogging. He is beaten and a crow of thorns is laced on this head by om an soldiers who shout Long ive the ing of the Je s.” 11 A.M. Jesus is taken before erod again. Herod bows to th demands of an an ry ob and turn Jesu over to be crucified. Je su arches between two thieves through the streets of Jeru salem bearin the Cross upon his shoulders. he destination is Golgotha. 12 NOON At olgotha Jesu is crucified upon th Cross in the presence of is other ary agdalene ary other of th younger a Salom and the Apostle John. 1P.M. Jesus is dying ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

Friday April 12 1974 ii*sr A 4 A I lifeu BAILING OUT CW3 George Schofield co-pilot of the !new AH-1Q TOW/Cobra isn’t really bailing out but step- ping back as First Team Commander Maj. Gen. Robert M. Shoemaker prepares to test fly the “Snake.” CW3 George Nicholas a Cobra Instructor Pilot and pilot for the aircraft accompanies Gen. Shoemaker. I A Jewish man: slavery Cft/fid “Your Central Texas 1 I Volume Lincoln-Mercury Dealer” escaping from io iffe Rsd Sea. Both Schofield and Nicholas are in the 7th Sqdn. 17th (Heavy) Cav. to which the TOW-equipped Cobra will be assigned. The “Stack Pack” launchers which house the TOW missiles are shown on each side of the aircraft and can hold a maximum of eight missiles. (Photo by Brian C. Rhodes) k'Mtw flawgg’s LAH6QA&e_ AMlPSrtiP-zwoWe of iie fear. Members of the Jewish faith from Ft. Hood and surroun- ding com unities observed the tr a itio a a sso Festival with a Community Seder at the 268th St. Chapel at Ft. Hood on April 9. Passover was ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

Page Six-A THE JET SET Drivers and pit crews of Cub Scout Pack 227 are backed up by Lt. Col. Duane R. Brofer commander of the 2nd Bn. 7th Cav. the packs sponsoring Spring greetings to all of you from all of us in Sun Country the 13th Spt. Bde. Can you believe it sun lovers with the cometh of new leaves on once a re and the blossoming of bright flowers the happenings of the brigade are coming forth like a happy robin chirping the glad tidings of warmth to the world. The Enlisted Wives Club of the 13th Spt. Bde. had their monthly coffee recently at the Can the Veterans Ad- 1 ministration still guarantee GI home loans for widows based on deaths of their husbands in service in 1946? A Yes. The Veterans Housing Act of 1970 restored unused expired loan benefits to veterans and unremarried ‘1 widows of World War Ii and later periods. I was discharged from service June 15 1966 and would like to enter on-job 'training. What’s the time ■frame? A Veterans discharged after Jan. 31 1955 have eig...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

Friday April 12 1974 2ND A IV HQ. OFFICERS* WIVES Pretty flowers and Easter bunnies gave alight Spring touch to the 2nd Armd. Div. April coffee. The coffee was highlighted by the talented and ingenious Mrs. Pat Buck demonstrating her ‘happy’ painting. Pat took all ‘in hand’ and patiently illustrated how simple it was to paint a bulls- eye into a delicious looking ap- ple. Well she made it look simple! Mrs. Paul McDaniel wife of 2nd Armd. Div. Chief of Staff keeps all informed of the following: The ACS is in need of volunteer tutors. Also if you need a tutor you may call them. Christmas card entries for the 2nd Armd. Div. are still being accepted. April 25 is the training session for ‘Hi Neigh- bor’ volunteers 9 a.m. 2 p.m. OWC elections will be held on April 29th from 10-2 and April 30th from 12-2. Exercise your voting rights! April 30th marks the A reciation Tea at FHOOM from 1:30-3:30. (reservations by noon April 26). Twenty wives of a 1st Cav. Div. field artillery unit recen- tly...

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

Page Eight-A ■w ‘"S By STEVE LASSITER 'V S Instead of our slogging forth an a to the fishing a ts there ’s a reason to life! We can lift ourselves out of ignorance. We can be free. We can learn to fly.” a a iv in to Seagull For ages wingless man longed to break the bonds of earth and join the birds in the ballet overhead. There seemed to be a boundlessness about the way his fine feathered friends enjoyed their freedom from the great globe. Undaunted in his seemingly hopeless quest man found his wings in the materials of the earth and the creativity of his imagination. And in his inventiveness he discovered a freedom he had never known before. In the realm of aviation very few sensations can match that of silent flight soaring. An a a *I?og runs up while a member of the soaring club hooks !up the tow line and another ember stands ready to i*** *. *y 4:’ .. engineless fuselage sporting lofty wings with a cockpit housing the seeker of winds. He is like the surfer at Wiamia Bay or the P...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

Friday April 12 1974 “What’s in a name?” asked Shakespeare in one of his tragedies. “That which we call a rose” he said “by any other name would smell as sweet.” To members of the 13th Spt. Bde. a nam could mean pocket money and some time- off from duty. a st th when the brigade opened its second Specialty House featuring three iffe re types of chicken someone suggested a “Name the Chicken House Contest.” The contest began a little over two weeks ago and closed last Monday. After two days of deliberation a panel of five judges selected the name “Feathers and Fries:” According to 2nd Lt. James Turner Mess Officer of the Despite a blistering cold front the last week of March troopers of the 1st Bn. 12th Cav. 1st Cav. Div. held their annual O rganization Day March 25. “The day was very suc- cessful although bad weather hampered attendance of more dependents. It warmed up in the afternoon and more guests turned out to watch the ac- tivities” said Cpt. Mickey Gibson of the unit’s G-3 off...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

Page Ten-A r. One man’s drink is another poison. In the case of 24 **year old ave Farruggia •^studying is his livehood his ftfhobby and his reason for “‘“existence” How any of us wpuld •return to school in our spare !$ime for the sheer joy pf Jstudying and reading? If re and ce rtifica te ^w eren’t issued following ^course completion who would flgo to school to read more ‘.■books a a is th ir ^adrenalin-level for the sheer «joy of taking exams? When not assisting the Per- sonnel Services NCO in his bat- talion headquarters typing le a co rresp ce of *nonitoring the 1st Pers. and A dm in. .’s SID PER S program (troop accountability reports) Spec. 4 Farruggia is studying “just about anything 3ie can get his hands on. Presently the 13th Spt. Bde. teoldier is tak in courses jelated to criminology and law •enforcement at Central Texas ^College. “I have a high ‘B’ jv a said the Army «econd term er and have Jtbout two more years to go before I complete the work for jny Bachelor’s degree.” ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

Friday April 12 1974 1 9 4 \i 4 By JOHN GRABOYVSKI In case you haven’t got wind of it already a big mem- bership drive is under way by the local chapter of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA). If the local campaign is successful the area’s Central Texas- Ft. Hood chapter will become the largest in the association’s rolls worldwide. That goal should be attainable for Ft. Hood has the largest Army troop population in CONUS and some of the most embarrassingly low membership figures. As might be expected the category of field-grade of- ficers enjoys the highest per cent figures. That’s as it should be for in this group are the ten-years-service-an- d-more professionals who are our leaders. Amazingly not one in two of these people is a member only 48 per cent of those field-graders at Ft. Hood belong. How in the name of Uncle Sam are these officers these leaders going to get their younger officers NCOs and troops sign up for AUSA when they don’t belong themselves? How convin...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

Page Twelve-A U& fc-. *».*■ *. .V v* i* r*.■. (»■*. 6- %i* SP/4 Larry Pittman digs diesels. So much in fact that he turned down a job some guys would have jumped at. “The other job involved a lot of protocol. And that just isn’t my bag. “Out on my wrecker I’m more my own boss. It’s my job to make it go. And keep it going. “I like the guys I work with too. Everybody knows what they’re doing. And they like what they do. “I also like the benefits that come with the job. But mainly it’s the diesel. I’m staying in to stay with it’.’ Whyareyou staying in? FORT HOOD SENTINEL I ^T 'T^w5^r^v'v 'i.' l&TSff'' ’T?'- Friday April 12 1974 & 1SB •V & S » *.*r $

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

skR-S«\ r*. ^Friday April 12 1974 By GEORGE H. SCOTT If you see horses at the Hunt and Saddle Club Horse Stables jumping in the air soon don’t let the situation ‘shock’ you. It will only be members of the saddle club training their hor- ses in the art of jumping. The horses will be training in the new Hitchcock Pen now un- der construction by the 8th Engr’s located on the north side of the show-ring to the rear of the stables. According to Lt. Steven D. Vaughn commander the 3rd platoon with Lt. Michael Sturras project officer began their efforts on Mar. 6 and at present the project is about 95 per cent complete. With only a small amount of work left the past training has included staking out the location for each post drilling of holes for the posts placement of the posts in the holes back tam- ping around the posts so they will remain stationary and putting up crossmembers to complete the double fence. Also part of an old fence was removed to allow entrance into thepen. The platoon...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

4 Friday^ April 12 1974 1 3:1-J W.:''-- 4 SPORTS I’ll be darned BY JERRY REED Art Linkletter once asked a pre-schooler “How did your Mommy and Daddy meet?” “I don’t know” replied the youngster “but they were roommates in college.” Well as Art has noted people are funny and. kids will say the damdest things. I’ve got news for Art it’s not just the kids that say those darn things. I found that out recently when I made a call to Dallas. I dialed for Martin Billy Martin manager of the Texas Rangers. But as they say in Gunsmoke terms I drew a blank. A lady answered the phone by saying “Texas Highway Department can I help you?” It was most apparent that I didn’t have the Rangers that I wanted. “These Rangers shoot guns not bats” quiped the sassy woman. We’ll I be darned people are funny. There area lot of funny people around the Dallas-Fort •Worth area saying the damdest things these days. They are saying them about the local major league team the Rangers. Even Billy Martin is making some...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

Page Two-B ••$$[$ ..ja liiA '' ‘Over 500 Explorers from five Central and East Texas scout councils are expected to con- verge on Ft. Hood May 3-5 for the Sixth Annual Invitational Explorer Olympics. It will be one of the largest scouting athletic events to be held this year. It will be the job of the 1st Bn. 78th Field Arty. “Go Get- ters” 2nd Armd. Div. to make sure each one of the par- ticipants both young men and women are fed housed and transported to over 75 com- petitive events. [According to Maj. Paul T. Weyrauch operations officer for the battalion “We feel honored to host the youngsters First Team Indoor Sports Activities concluded Apr. 5 in an awards presentation held in the 1st Cav. Gym. [Brigadier General Fremont B. Hodson assistant division commander presented the a a rd ic included Squash and Single & Doubles Handball. Hodson presented the 1st -place Sqliash Tournament 2?rcfahy to Cpt. Ronald Nichols FARMER MODEL TURNS MERMAID ment stores little did she realize she...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

I Friday April 12 1974 Steel Pushers get ready the Event is nearly here! The 1974 Post Weightlifting Cham- pionships sponsored by Post Recreation Services Sports Branch will take place Wed- nesday April 17 & Thursday April 18 at the 13th Spt. Bde. Gym on Warehouse Ave. Unit pride and individual satisfac­ A BIG LIFT Harold Shellhammer Co. 8th Eng. Bn. 1st Cav. shown deadlifting 400 lbs. is the top 123 lb. Power Lifter in the state of Texas and will be lifting in There is plenty of sports ac- tion for fans this weekend in exas. E in from baseball to tennis. ersons proned You know you aren’t going to die from seasickness but sometimes you might wish you would. Persons who are prone to seasickness a catch-all term for motion sickness whether it be from cars trains air- planes boats or carnival rides can testify that their affliction is one of the most miserable and temporarily dehabilitating conditions under the sun. ‘Weak or strong man or woman adult or child no sex or age group is...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

a Chx-e to (aruD By RICHARD D. STACY I In recent weeks several questions have arisen concer- ning Veterinary care of privately-owned animals. Most questions revolved around one point why can’t the veterinarian do this or that? The answer is simple they are not authorized by law to treat certain con- ditions in these animals. ."The veterinarian is limited by AR 40-1 as to what he cjan and can not do for privately-owned animals. There is an entire list of do nots and two sentences that describe what can be done. These are explained in III Corps and Fort Hood Reg 40-5 pick up a copy the next time you are at the Veterinary Clinic. In other words the Post Veterinarian can only provide treatment to privately-owned animals to control those diseases which are transmittable to man or that might pose a menace or threat to the animal population of the post. In addition to this the Post Veterinarian can provide emergency treatment to protect life or limb or to relieve undue suffering. In cases ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

1 Friday April 12 1974 1 “WELCOME TO HOW” Major General Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. cmdr. congratulates Mr. Theo B. Boydstun Killeen postm aster (center) and Mr. Rex Hudson Ft. Hood branch supervisor for their being awarded honorary member- ship in “Hell On Wheels’’ and Division A id a a a newsmen Division history was made on arch 25 as 31 mem- bers of the Women’s Army Corps moved into the formerly a a a a a Headquarters Company 2nd Armd. Div. Now that the ladies are set- tled into their new digs and most of the hoopla has quieted is it working? As in most new situations it is impossible to anticipate every need before it arises. Now that the WAC’s are acquainted with the com- pany and vice-versa what is it like ‘living with them a t’? How do the en feel about the change? Pvt. irst Class Helen M. Chatman a stenographer with Division G-3 is assigned to Hq. & Hq. Co. With a year and a half in the service Chatman really likes the Army. When asked how she likes her new quarters he...

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