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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

& .-7 J-. iw 1 1 Page Six-B Recreation Services v Ceram ics .Ceramic Mold Pouring at the Arts and Crafts Center Bldg. No. 3 HQ Ave. will be closed during the week of April 14 April 20 to permit staff to modify the area and prepare new molds for issue. Pouring will be allowed to reopen April 21.. Sundays are for military rpold pouring. An Art Exhibit by Anna E. eltzer A rt Society is on display at the Arts and Crafts Center Bldg. No. 3 on HQ Ave. The Anna E. Meltzer Art S ie ty is a ro of professional artists from the New York City area who have shown their work by invitation .collectively and individually in a a te museums noted colleges and lib ra rie a tio ally and abroad. A number of the ar- tists have had one-man shows and are recipients of awards and prizes. The artists’ pain- tings represent abroad range of styles techniques and sub- ject atter. In addition to a in tin ro fe io ally a rio rs of th Society have studied in Fran- ce China Austria Italy and Mexico as well as i...

Publication Title: Fort Hood Sentinel, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

Page Eight-B By DAVE BENNETT It’s good to hear praise for Ft: Hood and there were over 90 contented compliments recently when the 2nd Armd. Div. hosted two busloads of Houston area Junior Reserve O ffic rain in Corps (J&OTC) cadets. [Nearly 100 of the khaki-clad -Clear Creek High School s&tclents made the four hour trtp to Ft. Hood and spent thflee days sightseeing under t£e auspices of the 2nd Bn. 6rth Armor. The group of spirited cadets which included s$£ girls agreed unanimously tfiat Ft..Hood was the best in- stallation they had visited out- classing Ft. Riley Ft. Sill and Ft* Polk. ['‘We’ve been treated like gpds at every fort we visit” sajd Cadet Lt. Col. Mark Boin commander of the Qear Creek Ba. which consists of four companies each with two platoons. ‘‘But nowhere else hefre we seen such great at- titude in every soldier we’ve talked with.” ‘And the food’s the best to§” he added. /The cadets’ itinerary in- cluded a retreat ceremony at H©W Field PX and Museum tours a ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

rid a A il 1 2 1 9 7 4 -be \.i rtair?: f- '■-v ••r! .t ... Qii .iT ■*i? llin tall tale Editor’s Note: .*v Roy D. Holt is a 76 yeai* old native of Central Texas who is well versed on the is to ry of th W est. A teacher of 50 years Holt is the author of three books and many articles about the Old West. y' ROY D. HOLT An old frontiersman who once lived out in the Devil’s iver country used to tell this story whenever he could get anyone to listen: “When the ole woman an’ me fust come to this country the Injuns wuz untolable bad. One time I seen ‘em cornin’ 1 acrost country in broad open daylight and so I kotched two bosses and got on one and put old woman on tother a big bay mare with a belly full o’ colt. Well we rode like hell fer apiece with them In- juns right a ’ter us yellin’ an’ gainin’ right peartly. We come to a thicket o’ iiveoak an’ stopped in it. The ole 4 1 woman was plum tuckered out an’ the mare she was aridin’ wuz worsen off. We hid best we could from them pesky varmints...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

Page Ten-B MONDAY. APRIL 15 8:28—Care and Concern- 8:43 PM Communications 9:00— echTngon .45CalPistol.Pt 1 9:38— Responsibility 10:00 Map Reading Grid Systems & Coor- dinates 10:44 Opr A Safety Proc for 155mm How SP M109 '11:00—Speech for Instructors '11:34 Std Fid W wiring Using Splioe Kit MK- 356/G .12:28— Care and Concern .12:43 IFR it Plans-DD Form 1T5CIFR Stopover) 1:00 A ttitu es & Behavior of Drug Abusers 1:58— First Aid: Everyday Emergencies '3 :0 0 Instructor Retraining Worlshop *4:00— Knots 4:31 Call Me mister 5 :2 8 Care and Concern 5:43 Green Scene No. 1 Your Army Today 6:00— Our Heritage 6:30— CTC resents: Feminine Safety 7:28— Care and Concern t-'43 Though the E a rth Be Moved TUESDAY APRIL 16 8:27—Tim ber wrestle Bridges 9:00— RADI AC Detection Instruments Pt 1 9:23 Elevation A Relief Pts 1.2A3 18:00—Tac Em pl of Div Arty Pt 1A 2 JLt:40— Med Self Help: Artificial Respiration .12:27— Reporting Information .1:01 Field Arty arget Acquisitions f:31 Introduction to...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

Friday April 12 1974 br * Jefferey was caught up in the spirit of the Easter season and resorted to his vast knowledge of photographic trickery in bringing the lovely bunny pictured above for the pleasure of the SENTINEL Eyecatcher eneral’s given It’s getting to be old hat chef’s hat that is. Once again honors were bestowed on the culinary ef- forts of the men of the 1st Bn. 78th Field Arty. (1/78 FA) 2nd Armd. Div. Dining Facility. Sergeant irst Class Harry E. Smullens and his staff were presented the Commanding a l’s wining Facility trophy for the 1st quarter of 1974. Major General Robert L. air 2nd Armd. Div. Cmdr. ade the presen­ tation and congratulated each man individually. “I’m delighted to come down here under these conditions” te en air “You’ve done it twice in a row and I’m very impressed. It shows everyone is working.” Smullens only took charge as Dining Steward in February replacing Sfc. Jam es E. Hum- phreys now with Div. Food Service. Smullens told Gen. Fair that the ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

Page Twelve-B BUSINESS SERVICES B'king Tax Service 031 HAVE EN CIL WILL TRA EL Income tax returns prepared in vour home. Phone 547-5961 or 773-5536. Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 Inch Portable with Built-in Antena. Rented by the Day Week or Month. Come by and ake our S electio from O ur arg Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. illeen..................... 634-4742 __________________________ (tfn) Furn. Upholstery 046 7 PIECE LIVING room suit $199.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323 (tfn)_____________________ Air Con. Heating 050 AIR CONDITIONERS Window Units Cleaned Serviced & Repaired. No service call fee. 10% Discount for 3 or ore. 547-3945 (4/19)__________ GEORGES AIR CONDITIONING -H E A IN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Lawn Mower Rep. 060 EXPERT LAWN MOWER TILLER & MINI-BIKE REPAIR Parts in Stock McQUEEN’S REPAIR SHOP 912 W. HWY. 190 634-3224 (tfn) Misc. Services 063 CREATE- A-CAKE E nter Mid-Town ali's CAKE ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

4 Friday April 12 1974 By SAM WHITLEY Private First Class John Doaks is alight vehicle driver for a transportation company. 1 Doaks could be assigned to any unit in any division with his MOS 64C. For a truck driver assignment to a tran- sportation company is a good assignment. He receives a maximum amount of training and works in his specialty. His job ay not be as glorified as the infantryman’s or the tanker’s. He does not receive the recognition that a member of the Cav’s Motor- cycle Platoon or a helicopter crewman often does. But this doesn’t mean his job is any less important or any less rewarding than any other soldier. As a truck driver Pfc. Doaks is an independent operator of sorts. The majority of vehidle work requirements are for only one or two trucks. Therefore he must often ac- complish his assigned mission without supervision or the assistance of an NCO. Often I he reports to remote field locations and he must be able to read a map accurately. This may sound like Pfc. ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 April 1974

Page Fo rteen -B GIBSON’S 100 LONG RIFLE HOLLOW POINT 1 CARTRIDGES E 2 Reg. *2.09 SALE *1.79 100 I E S W IN 100 LONG RIFLE STANDARD VELOCITY CARTRIDGES 2 2 SV Reg. *1.99 SALE TOO A E IF E YOUR Choice Sale Price O I E a a [cci] W MR 2 2 HP 5 0 5 0 2 2 A N I I E O O W O IN BENCHREST PRIMERS I O N S a 'm Vq CCI CCI maxim axi ag mag S S Reg. *1.89 SALE W IN A N I I E S O I O IN Brand new for ’74 Load like regular primers Small Rifle #400 Retail $11.95 per 1000 sale price per 1000 9 1 O N I N I S el W 2 2 S 5 0 5 0 *7.99 a I N S I E S ini mini mag mag 100 LONG CARTRIDGES N O .P 88L 59 *1 Regular PRIMERS No. 200 Large Rifle No. 300 Large Pistol Re« No. 400 Small Rifle No. 500 Small Pistol 100 SHORT CARTRIDGES NO.P88S 14 ifik f^ if& Reg. *1.79 SALE 49 *1 Your choice per thousand FORT HOOD SENTINEL 2222 2222 *5.99 22 MAGNUM SHOT Reg. *2.39 SALE 20 per Box Reg. *2.69 Sale Your Choice Reg. Price 9 9 99 SALE PRICE NO. 88SHP 440 Cove Terrace We Carry Colt Smith & Wesson Roger Mauser Lag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

VOL. 34 NO. 6 a W Abusers9 users kicking the habit Sergeant A1 Cohol was feeling pretty good as he drove along Rancier Ave. toward East Gate. He was enjoying that warm sleepy feeling that often follows the ‘‘good parties” those where there was plenty of booze and friends to share it. A1 was singing to himself as he ap- proached the gate when unexpectedly an MP stepped out and signalled him to pull over and stop. ‘‘Now what?” he wondered. “These guys are always getting onto me! This was the second time in two months that A1 had been stopped and then charged for driving while intoxicated. A1 was getting fed up with this harrassment. Just because he happened to let his car swerve across the yellow line in the road didn’t mean he was going to have an accident. And just because he had had a “few beers” didn’t mean he was “drunk.” It might make a lesser man drunk but not Big Al! He had developed a great capacity to hold his liquor and still do whatever he had to. Like others before him Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

Page Two-A •I By JIM DAVIS IThe day started out well enough. I had a business ap- pointment in Dallas and a scheduled flight on our local Airline to get there. I arrived at the Killeen Airport at 0iDark hundred boarded my plane and flew to Big “D” IJiad not flown in quite awhile and I was looking for- ward to seeing the new Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. •Xlpon arrival the passengers were informed that tltere would be a security check inside the terminal as we had not received one at Killeen. Fine I said get this Over with I’m on my way downtown make my appoint- ment and I might make it back to Killeen by lunch. Lit- tl£ did I know what awaited me inside the nation’s largest air travel facility. We were told to stay together and proceed as a group jtd the security check point. After walking what seemed jfcjce at least a mile our little group of travelers ap- iproached an official looking desk with three uniformed ^guards two hostess types and an onimous structure 'resembli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

Friday April 19 1974 SUNRISE SILHOUETTE at Easter Sunrise Services last Sunday at Sadowski Field Chaplain (Colonel) Chester R. Lindsey delivered the Easter sermon to a large congregation from Ft. Hood and surrounding com- Sunrise Services held Beneath a canopy of early morning Texas cirrus clouds Easter Sunrise Services were conducted at 7 a.m. last Sun- day morning at Ft. Hood’s Sadowski Field. The featured speaker was Chaplain (Colonel) Chester R. Lindsey commandant of the U.S. Army Chaplain Center and School at Ft. Hamilton 4 N.Y. The text of Chap. Lindsey’s sermon was Resurrection Power” taken from the Book of Matthew 28:1-15. The chaplain pointed out to the congregration that the resu rrectio gives an in- dividual the strength to face death unafraid and the power to change the direction of his life. He also explained the manner which the life of Paul was changed by the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Paul becam a strong ad- vocate of Christianity as con- trasted with hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

Page Four-A involves everyone When we think of drug and alcohol abuse the-image we get it usually of some poor individual who has over- dosed or the infamous town drunk staggering blindly down the street in search of his home or a quiet corner in which to sleep it off. Often we neglect to focus on the fact that by the mere existence of the two problem cultures drug and alcohol abusers we are totally involved. Examining the involvement theory a bit further let us consider the problems that might arise if an individual arrives for work in a state of intoxication or stoned beyond his senses. Who has to do his work for him? Who has to keep an eye on him to prevent his harming him- self others or materials? Then there is the CO who is responsible for the readiness of his unit and must face the task of deter- mining the ability of an individual who has fallen into the gutter of dependency on drugs or alcohol. What happens if the abuser’s finances run short and he turns to thievery to supp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

I fw Friday April 19 1974 The ±63d ilita ry In telligence MI Battalion (Com- bat) is the only combat in- telligence battalion in the United States Army and the unit celebrates its 29th birth- day next Tuesday April 23. “We have two missions” says ie tea Colonel Nicholas R. Temper ley Bat- talion om ander. Our organizational mission is to provide selected intelligence and surveillance support to an Army division. Our day-to-day is io is to rt MASSTER (Modern Army S le te S ste est Evaluation and Review) and provide the specialized man- power and equipment needed for MASSTER testing.” The 163d MI Bn (C) was reactivated on 1 October 1969 to support MASSTER’s efforts to quickly and efficiently evaluate surveillance target aquisition and night obser- vation (STANO) equipment for use in Southeast Asia. In addition the battalion provided a dedicated combat in organization for the testing and evaluation of new ideas and concepts related to the in- telligence portion of the In­ tegrated Batt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

Page Six-A *The ra W omen’s Program apart of the overall Equal Employment Oppor- tunity Program located in the directorate of Human Resour- ces Development is dedicated to matters affecting the em- ployment and advancement of women at Ft. Hood. in this era of increased em- phasis in the employment and advancement of women it is apparent that the mature woman is often overlooked. A Civil Service Commission report ending October 1972 revealed that only 5.6 per cent of the top civil service jobs were held by women and that rhost women are clustered in the lower grades in clerical apd secretarial jobs. Women make up 70 per cent of the workers in these positions. Particularly affected in this regard are women 40 years of age and older who are often THURSDAY THE' SECOND ARMORED DIVISION CORDIALLY INVITES THE PUBLIC TO ITS CEREMONY APR. 25*AT osted I O O REVIEWING OFFICES- MAJ mrs HOU) wield 2 5 and central) bv I7m ENGR. BN. 227 WEST AVE. 0 AT GRAY STREET 526-5550 .T -A-s S S NEW E E O S A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

Friday April 19 1974 Keep on trucking...“That’s exactly what I intend to do” exclaimed the pretty brunette. Last summer for the first time in its history the once all-male 180th Trans. Bn. added women to their roster. WACs became clerks re rte rs cooks mechanics and now one has become a truck-driver. The 96th Trans. Co. is the first in this once all-male organization to have a pretty girl driving one of its 10-tons. Private 2 Brenda Blair is a native of Pucketts Creek Va. A graduate of West Carrolton Senior High in West Carrolton Ohio “she’s spent most of her life in Virginia and the other half in Ohio.” The tall shapely five feet eight inch WAC is from a family of four girls. “Since there are no men in our im- mediate family we take up the slack. or exam ple my younger sister is a registerd nurse and sky-dives as a hob- by.” A former model Brenda is “not a women’s libber “but a firm believer in “this is a man’s world.” Continuing she said “even though my job ad- vocates a liberated...

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

Page Eight-A April showers bring spring flowers and more important it help set the scene for the mon- thly luncheon of the 13th Spt. BJe. Officers Wives Club. Mrs. Lea Ledger of Copperas Cove captivated the audience’s at- tention with “fashions to swing with spring right into the good ole summer tim e.” “You never know what the Texas weather is like” said fashion show commentator Mrs. Ledger “but that’s no re a in beautiful. With that the main April showers bring spring especially Sun Country the 13th Spt. Bde. This is Willie your local sunbeam reporting the happenings from where it’s at on post. iNext Friday the officers of the brigade and their spouses will celebrate the coming of spring or is it an excuse for having a casual social at the Aimex? Whatever the oc- casion the casual get-to- gether will feature beer on tap and all sorts of “good things” like pizza chips and “what- nots.” A rock band called the a Tomatoes” will provide the music for this happening. The trio I understa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

4 Friday April 19 1974 -J& *' .' id 6t a to a lc **r ^1 ii ‘i *r. HT 'hnm 'i-. sat* v?nr -v ....... provide a person the environment to stop or control his drug problem as well as any other problems he might have which enables him to function better in his unit. We work with the unit in trying to get clients back to their unit and reestablish the ties by reducing any bad feelings that have existed. The unit is instrumental in determining the progress or success of the individual. Rehabilitative progress is a ‘shared responsibility’ which is dependent upon the invidual the unit and the Libra House. We try to give the individual more con- fidence in themselves so that they can go back and face their peers which is a very difficult adjustment for most of them .” state Wilkinson. 4o .v ■&: (Story from Page 1A) Libra House has recreational activities planned such as taking trips to Belton Lake fishing and camping trips and barbecues. Clients are supervised in these ac- tivities b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

en -A PuMffcR ... Pouring concrete west of the raij head is hat’s happening this week and the Directorate Facility Engineer (DFE) is happy. The reason is the two 40[’X100’ concrete pads presen- tly under construction at the sduth-end of 172nd Street. •The concrete pads when completed will become the foundation for two Pasco uildings (pre-en in eered rigid buildings). -The 8th E ngr’s. Co. C 3rd Platoon has ju finished pouring one pad. It took about 2b88 anhours plus ninety cubic yards of cement to com- plete the pads’’ said Pit Sgt. Wiiliam C. Sims. The platoon started their ef- forts on Dec. 13 and hope to finish in A pril. Once the. cement has cured we can start construction of the Pasco Building’’ said Sims. The Mechanics course offered !Powder Puff Mechanics will be offered as a CTC Continuing Education Course beginning April 23 at 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and will run four consecutive days ending on April 26 for a total of 8 hours. *At a cost of $15.00 the course will cover Automobile...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

Friday April 19 1974 By ARTHUR ESCH A challenge as issued and" it as a cep ted The Big Guns” in tow ere going to shoot it out among themselves. It as a cool gray ominous day a th en involved mounted up and rode down dusty trails ast grazing cat- tle out to the range and their date with destiny. Each knew I 4that hen th arrels had cooled and the chambers were tie ly one would remain unvanquished. And so it happened that the four battalions of 2nd Armd. ivA rty a Post Oak an la monday for a irect ire Shoot-off. The 1st Bn. 92nd Field Arty 4 (1/92FA) the only 8-inch bat- ta lio in th Iron euce challenged the three 155mm battalions and the 1st Bn. 3rd Field Arty. (1/3FA the 1st . 1 4 th A (1/14FA and the 1st Bn. 78th wield A rty. 1 7 8 FA) agreed to a four-way duel The rules for this contest *were clear: each would shoot a tw ta ts maxim um three rounds per target and only direct impact hits coun- ted. A ar of words preceded and continued through the con- test as attery com anders batta...

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