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

Page Twelve-A CHANGE Clf COMMAND A a 1ST CAY DIV. he a ’s 8th -Engineer Battalion assembled here last week to hold it’s mon- thly award ceremony on Skybeaver Field. Skybeaver Commander Lt. CoL John L. Momeier presen- ted the Can Do” Award the highest of the company awar- ds to Hq & Hq Co. for displaying that can do spirit during the month of March. The award is based on training and engine projects plus an overall evaluation by the bat- talion commander. Cpt. David N. Draper Hq Co. Comman- der accepted the award. O ther co an award presented were the Esprit de Corps Award received by “A” Co. the Administration and RE-UP Awards by “B” Co. and the Maintenance Award by “C” Co. The Safety and Best Unit Area Awards went to “E Co. Among individual awards Cpt. Leo M. Laska Jr. Hq & Hq Co. received The Army Commendation Medal 1st Oak Leaf Cluster for Meritorious Service to the 1st Cav. Div. Sp4 Luis Americano Co. C was also awarded an ARCOM for meritorious Service while assigned to ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

Friday April 19 1974 By JERRY REED I Sports Editor Variety calls it a smash! Clive Barnes of the New ork im s term it another miracle In The ain and E a rl Wilson proclaims it more than a rumor. They’re all talking about a new Broadway musical called “Hello Dollar” starring none other than Gary Davidson. Just like the famed Dolly Levi Davidson is assuming the role of a match maker. Davidson is trying to match some of the best players in the professional and college ranks to some of the worst sounding teams imaginable. U& Turkey season to begin Person meeting eligibility requirements prescribed by Ft. Hood Regulation 210-25 may hunt tom turkeys (gob- blers) on certain days during the spring turkey season (April 27-May 5) in accordance with the following provisions: 1.) Hunting days Turkeys may be hunted in certain areas on Ft. Hood on April 27-28 and May 1 4 and 5 only. Hours of shooting will from thirty minutes before sunrise and thirty minutes after sunset. Each hunter will be ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

a o-B SPORTS How should I know? By JERRY REED Well I guess I asked for it. I wanted the job and I got it. Being the sports editor is interesting to say the least but also in some ways it’s difficult. I work in the Information Office which means that I’m suppose to know something about my job. I try to supply the information required but I’m not Shell’s Answer Man. When I picked up the receiver on the telephone or open up an envelope I don’t know what kind of questions I’m going to have to answer. Some people have called me “a walking sports encyclopedia” but perhaps I’m the wrong volume that is needed for this type of employment. Some of the questions I get I never knew existed. I will however always find someone that knows the an- swer before I throw in the towel. Some of the easy ones I can tell you in a minute but others are tougher. Some of my responses are so slow that you have to clock them with a calendar. It’s not bad for government work. How the heck should I know if Dizzy ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

Friday April 19 1974 UP SHE GOES—John Carr of “C” Co. 48th Med. Bn. weighing only 148 pounds lifts almost three times his weight in the 2nd Armd. Div. weightlifting tournament. His best lift in the tournament was 480 pounds on the continued from IB Francisco 49er Ted Kwalik and Oakland quarterbacks Ken Stabler and Daryle Lamonica ^have also followed suit. To combat the loss of their three superstars the Dolphins had to up their ante to keep some of their other stars. Like Monopoly the Dolphins could not pass GO and collect 200 draft choices. Jake S cott an All-Pro Safety and starting tight end Jim Mandich come into Act IV by signing with their old club for an estimated $650000. Dolphin owner Joe Robbie Singing his own version of ‘‘Hello Dollar” makes it clear that he wants Scott and Man- dich back where they belong. Ihis action offsets Warfield Csonka and Kiick’s tune of ‘fWe’re In The Money”. YOU NAME IT In Act V Davidson gets his teams organized to complete for the season and in t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

Page Four-B FACES Tks CAM We Cl Too MUCH MAKE. animal expressions /I IS A RIP-OFF. :V- I PfRFUME \6o CPA'z.Y' FORT HOOD SENTINEL make using W THlrfK IM 601N To THROW UP. A jA T€l C/PAZY' about WAS IN A /h /IE I MeeP A aircut. You RE R16HT Friday April 19 197 4 •.

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

^riday April 19 1974 HE’S GOT GREAT LEGS BUT THOSE SHOES HAVE GOT TO GO Ms. Vicki Urquizo and Spec. 4 Tim D’Acd do a duet before the 2nd Armd. Div.’s Race Aggies to meet Sunday April 21 is the day set for the Annual Aggie Muster an event that will I draw Texas A&M University alumni from throughout the GenTex area to Killeen to ob- serve enmasse Texas Indepen- dence Day. Dr. Grady Kane muster chairman said the muster would 'be held in the Holiday Inn located at 1100 Highway 440 in Killeen. Dr. Roger Feld- 0 4 man Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine is the scheduled speaker for the 7:30 p.m. Muster Ceremony. Other activities will include asocial hour at 5:30 p.m. and a buffet dinner beginning at 6:30 p.m. The cost of all activities is $5 per person. The Annual Aggie Muster dates back some 70 years to 1903 when the Aggie Corps assembled on Texas Indepen- dence Day to pay homage to those who died at the Alamo Goliad and San Jacinto. It was agreed following that first muster ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

Page Six-B Recreation services EQUIPMENT CHECK-OUT The O utdoor Recreation Equipment Check-Out Center BIdg. 2238 is now open daily "from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The cen- ‘ter is open to all military and their dependents retired in- .. eluded. Items may be checked- odt by the day week or mon- th. The item available for checkout are tents sleeping bags Coleman stoves lanter- ns outboard motors rod & reels bow & arrow s hor- seshoes softball equipment and back packs. 1 A few of the items have a nominal check-out fee while others are free. For further information call 5-8238. BOATING LESSONS Sailboat and Skiboat instruc- tions will be given at the Belton Lakeside Resort Boat Dock every Wed. thru Sun. Skiboat instructions will be from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and sailboat instructions will be from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Reservations must be made by calling the boat dock at 5-6570. A license will be issued upon .completion of the course and all personnel must have one in order to rent a boat. ...

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

19 1974 Welcome Back faithful readers of The Marquee.” This week there are several important announcements and newsworthy items to cover. Luckily it’s all good news this week (or just about anyway). The results are in from the FORSCOM Tournament of Plays judging. Although we were not chosen to represent the region in the national com­ to ts iinnnnm tr t'a a a Corn Flakes Safeway. Fresh & Crisp! Fresh Coffee tea Bags ^y fffarkgjeQuoottfo petition (Ft. Carson won the regional) we did not receive several individual awards. Lynne Adams were chosen as Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Margaret and illip Kouchoukos was chosen Best Supporting Actor as Cromwell. Honorable men- tion citations went to Roger Cunningham in the Best Actor category and Dave Vaughn OOOPf pj 9 fl 0 » O ft A A tf Qt Pf BQg Pf tt RJULRJLB.B 9 5." Shop and Save With These Stifeway Law Prices! 12-ox. Box 16-ox. Cake Mixes $106 Safeway. Pre-Ground Bag 26* 16-Ct. Canterbury. Orange Pekoe Pkg. Betty Crocker...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

Page Eight-B y April & 8:27— Perform ance Test 9:00 Insp of Tank Auto Material (Trkd Veil) 9:42— rim ary irect ire Control System 10:00— Principles of Reconnaissance 10:18^- Outside Nom A Disassy of M16E1 Rifle 1 1 0 0 Courses in Civil Unrest 11:49 Poison in the House 12:27— Venomous Anim als: Arthropods 1:00^-Venomous Anim als: Sanies 1:29— AN/MPQ-4 adar 2:00— Fwd O bserver roc for Inf Mortars 2:24— Effective Army Writing Pt 4 3:00*— Tac A E pl of German A Russian Arty* 3:38— Portable E lectric Tool Set 4:00— Physical Fitness 2 4:32— Sea power 5:27 —1980 Is Tom morrow 5:45— Like Rings on W water 6:01r- Days of Creation 6:31 The Attack arrier 7:27— Two the Show 7:45— The Gentle iants 1 8:00— Soldiers in rease Paint ItasAay April a 8:27— Defense of the Cannons 9:00*- Indian Exodus 9:25— message Construction Review 1 10:00— Non-Judiciai Punishment 10:22^-Tac Radio Teletype Pt 1 1 1 0 0 Communications Security 11:39^-Cycle of Functioning .50 Gal MG Pt 2 12:27— Equipment Serviceabil...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

4 Friday A pril 19 1974 yy -M 1 & N SCv'-J i* sfcrw *|VtM '. T' Un? h-~ 4 Spring has sprung and the thoughts ot Jefferey our roving lensman have lighly turned to lovely Ms. Marlene Morrow. Marlene is a native of Billings Mont. and $ has been modeling in London for the past The 2nd Armd. Div. weekly retreat ceremony now an eight month old tradition lost *5 its voice this week. a a S. McEldowney whose resonant and commanding voice has an- nounced a ceremony since they began last August is packing his bags and his microphones and travelling to Defense Infor- mation School at Ft. Benjamin Harrison Ind. Last eek’s retreat and 1 award ceremony hosted by the 2nd Bn. 41st Inf. was the final outing on the loudspeaker for McEldowney who was the HOW asst. G-3 for Training. Before departing the former commander of “A” Co. 2nd Bn. 41st Inf. was awarded the Army Commendation Medal with First Oak Leaf Cluster by Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair 8i6S S ^^^^S §5S S S 5$?^# to. All types ot Electrical Wo...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

Page Ten-B BUSINESS SERVICES B'king Tax Service 031 HAVE PENCIL WILL TRAVEL Income tax returns re are in your 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 You)- S electio from O ur a rg 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 AlR.CONDITIONERS Window Units Cleaned Serviced & Repaired. No service call fee. 10% Discount for 3.or ore. 547-3945 (4/19) GEORGE’S AIR CONDITIONING HEATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Lawn Mower Rep. 060 EXPERT Sentinel Classified RENTALS Apartments Furn. 072 COUNTRY LIVING in the City That's living at WESTGATE APARTMENTS BRAND NEW NOW LEASING 1-2-3 Bedrooms furnished & unfur- nished. Individual Heat & Air. BIL...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

id a A il 1 9 1 9 7 4 ♦WKV'i a if is ng an long lazy weekends are a boon to $ dispositions and an unequaled balm for tired frazzled nerves. They can be sneakily deceitful however and you could very well end up paying a large and painful price for your idyllic hours of fun in the sun. The truth is when you are actually doing yourself the most darriage you may be deceived into believing your- lf safe sunburn because you do not feel intense heat. You cannot feel yourself burn as heat is not the culprit. A very small fraction of the sun’s rays are responsible for your burn. These are the ultraviolet rays the villians and while they are extremely potent you won’t feel them as they do their work. The body protects itself from the effects of these rays by tanning. Taken in small doses ultraviolet rays are re sp on si ble fo your beautiful tan in larger un- checked doses they are the agents of painful blistering sunburn. Cloudy or hazy days may seem safe because it may seem that very few ra...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 19 April 1974

Page Twelve-B flTTEflTIOn FORT HOOD SENTINEL miiiTflfiv p€ft/onnei Unit Patches Sewn On “FREE” Laundry Dry Cleaning ONE DAY SERVICE Alterations *CREDIT CLEANING AVAILABLE* MAIN PLAN 61 N. Gilmer Killeen SUB STATIONS: 8th & Dean Killeen Ave. A & College Killeen West Hwy. 190 Harker Heights Wants Your Business tv MR. ZIP Friday April 19 1974 Per Set Corporate Member Central Texas-Fort Hood Chapter AUSA 4 1

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 April 1974

VOL. 34 NO. 7 .... sse /V SENTINEL’S Believe It or Not ‘PUBLISHED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD.” FORT HOOD FRIDAY APRIL 26 1974 I* 1*?- vi!vr Once upon a time the only court to be found in the militray was in the form of a court-martial the dread form of military justice dealt out to the soldier accused of the more serious crimes against the Army as well as to those individuals who chose to refuse the comparably tame proceedings offered by the Atricle 15. Today however there is another court making itself known to the military member the Federal Magistrate court. This court dormant for lack of discovery for many years also offers the military ef- ficent and enforcable means to deal with civilians in- volved in minor offenses on Ft. Hood such offenses as traffic violations drunk in public and shoplifting to name a few. Inside the SENTINEL “Published by Community Enterprises Incorporated a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. Opinions exp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 April 1974

Page Two-A By NORM HILL I ’ll never forget my first Re-up talk. It was appalling fo)- me to endure forced propaganda. After all I had a fairly marketable skill a good education and oodles of personality. With all that going for me I was fully prepared to accept no less than the vice presidency of CBS. Unfortunately CBS never approached me. But enough of that. I was sitting reluctantly in a re-up talk and getting the pitch about the big bonus never having to worry about medical and dental care and what a cold cruel world I as about to en ter (to that I said “f’IFFLETOOSH”. The cold cruel world bit was aimed at the E-6’s who felt about the Army much the same way as Linus felt about his blanket.) The career coun- selors words were stirring my soul. My body was moved in instant lethargy. I spoke silently allowing my snoring to answer the question. (Me re-enlist......... nay... nay A thousand times Nay.) But then I reflected back on my then short military career. It hadn’t been the bad s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 April 1974

4 Friday April 26 1974 Editor’s Note: Captain Ted Smith is the Legal Assistance Officer in the Judge Advocate General’s of- fice for III Corps and Ft. Hood. He received his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Indiana University. 4 If you are one of th ltitu who ream of someday owning that little lakeside cottage or mountain chateau where you can slip away to for the weekend or live when you retire then perhaps you should be aware of some recent developments in the recreational-retirement land sales area that can serve as lessons for all consumers. When Real-Tex Enterprises Inc. of Dallas Texas filed for bankruptcy early this year it as is re that this recreation land-sale firm had been employing one of the oldest tricks in the book to turn a quick profit a the con- sumer’s expense. This com pany’s method of operation consisted simply of selling the sam piece of property over and over again to unsuspecting purchasers. Each buyer received a con- tract for a deed which set out a a of thousand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 April 1974

Page Four-A a If‘voice of people’fails will not law soon follow Next Wednesday May 1 another of those days of special observance pops onto the calendar. It being that the day is a special day it would only seem appropriate that some form of celebration be enacted to pacify the whims of a celebration-crazed society. However this day more than most points out a problem in this country that cannot be delegated to the “system” but rather should be attributed to the apathetic individuals who complain within the sanctity of their minds and homes and then bury these com- plaints before entering the public eye. Sure we have Mothers Day (and we couldn do without mothers) Fathers Day (they help) Ground Hog Day Kid’s Day St. Patrick’s Day and even once had a D-Day. And for weeks we have Be Kind to Animals Week Law Enforcement Week Fire Preven- tion Week wool week milk week hay week soybean week and who only knows how many others. The day we choose to point out is Law Day. It only one of the hu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 April 1974

Friday April 26 1974 1 LOST AND FOUND It is far too seldom we find ourselves in a position of thanks but WOl Richard J. Hermanson of “B” Co. 227th Avn. Bn is indebted to Burnet ranch owner Bud Green. WOl Hermanson Memorial services held Apprdximately one year ago the troopers of the First Team’s A” Co. 1st Bn. 5th Cav. were engaged in the field training exercise Gallant Hand ’73. None knew of the tragedy about to befall them as eight people three of which were members of the 5th Cav. were killed in a helicopter collision. Friday April 19 the men of the 5th Cav. met at the 3rd Bde. chapel for the dedication of a em orial for James Donald Brown Alan George Mandes and Donald Wayne Persinger killed in the April 2 1973 crash. Lieutenant Joseph E. Bun- ton “A” Co. platoon leader at the time of the crash spoke at the ed ica tio ceremony stating “One of our most im- portant jobs is that of preven- ting controlling and ter- minating conflict. Training is necessary for all these men did not d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 April 1974

Page Six-A Why are you staying in? Pat Fundum’s husband Gene works as a Personnel Specialist. e’s just reenlisted but that was no surprise to her. “Actually it wasn’t something we had to discuss. He knows how I feel about the Army. “I like it here. The shopping. The activities. The services. And the people we’ve met. “But what’s more important I know he likes his job. e’s proud of the way he’s advanced. And he’s always saying there’s no way he could have moved up as fast as a civilian. “Neither of us would say that the Army’s right for everyone. But it’s right for us’.’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL He’s happy and I know he’s happyJ fWi V*v iV jH- ■■M S 4 i* Friday April 26 1974 v "f -*j' ■.% «..* f* sj 15 sfl i* ifai & 9 (if #i 4r W W

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 April 1974

Friday April 26 1974 The United States Army Chief of Staff recently directed the establishment of a Ranger battalion “designed to be the finest foot infantry battalion in the world.” Designated the 1st Battalion (R anger) 75th Infantry enlisted personnel wishing assignment with the unit are being requested to submit volunteer applications. The unit to be composed ex- clusively of volunteers is to possess the capabilities of “ac- com plishing any infantry platoon company or battalion Roadside rest areas adequate One roadside park safety rest area or scenic turnout in every seven in the United States is along Texas high- ways. The annual survey of rest areas by the Federal Highway Administration showed the Texas Highway Department maintains 1071 such facilities I of a U.S. total of 7621. Tennessee has the next largest number of rest areas with 360 followed by Florida with 309. Texas was among the first if not the first states to ro id a sid park facilities. The first roadside park in ...

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