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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 April 1974

Page Twelve-B W MONDAY 2SPH 8:27 Organ of FDC& Duties of Personnel 9:01 AWOL 9:24 Insp of Tank Auto Material (Whld Veto) 10:30— Intro to ehide M113A1 10:20— Intro to ap Reading 11:00— Intro to racked Vehicles 11:28 Fire Prevention 12:227 Speech for Instructors 1:01 —350GPM 1:30— Patrolling: Conduct of a Patrol 2:00 Elevation & Relief Pts 12*3 2:37 Mech Tng on .50 Cat HB M2 & Moun- ting on M114A1 3:00 Tac E plof Div Arty Pt 1 3:44 Med A spects of Physical Fitness 4:00— Army Equip ecord Sys Procedures 4:31 A New World in the Yukon 5:27 Which Way A erica 6:00— Comrade Soldier 6:41 Fresh Country Apples 7:27 South A frica’s Scientists 7:40— onetoB urn 8:00— 1971 All Am erican Football Team TUESDAY 30 APRIL 8:27 Conference Method of Instruction 9:01 Mech Tng on .45 Cal Pistol Pt 1 9:39— One Force 10:00 CBR Period 10:46— Checks Insp & Adj of Track 11:00 Barrel & Breech of M109 11:12 M3 & M3A1 Sub /G Assy & Disassy tl 12:27 Gen isassy & Reassy of .45 Cal Pist...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 April 1974

I Friday April 26 1974 1 if «L .tc *. tp. Jefferey has been doing some star gazing recently and came up with the amazing fact that scientists can view as many as a million galaxies inside the bowl of the Big Dipper through the huge 200 inch Hale reflector on Palomar Mountain near Pasadena Calif. His latest photographic research brings* us a different kind of star Goblin Sky III a command post exerdse (CPX) involving Headquarters III Corps and subordinate commands came to a close with the striking of tents and weary footsteps of troops at about 10 a.m. Wed- nesday April 24. A spokesman for the III Corps G-3 Section stated that despite heavy rains earlier in the operation the showers “did not flood us out” and that “exercise objectives were ob- tained.” The purpose of the exercise was to increase training and maintain readiness of the various staff sections. The exercise concentrated on the establishment of command posts and communications development of plans and or- ders and exercis...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 April 1974

Page Fourteen-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice to Public 01 FLYING CLASS S tarting Mon. 29 April at 1900 Hours a the Fort Wood Flying Club for those pilots who wish to take the FFA in strum ent written examination an- l/or those individuals who wish to Sake an instrument refresher cour- se. Call Bill Bates 699-9009 or 634- •0619. _________________________ (4-26) FOUNDERS DAY DINNER All officers who attended the West Point Founders Day Dinner on 15 arch may purchase prints of their class photos for $1.00 each. Call Thom as Valdez at 547-5817 after 1700 hours. (4/26) BUSINESS SERVICES 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 Make our S electio from O ur arg Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. I BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. illeen.........................................634-4742 (tfn) Furn. Upholstery 046 7 •f’lECE LIVING room suit $199.95 -Discount Furniture 315 North 8th •634-0323 (tfn) Air Con. Heating 05...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 April 1974

Friday April 26 1974 LIVESTOCK Pets 180 TROPICAL FISH & Supplies SMALL ANIMALS -i & Supplies arg est Stock in A rea McQ a I SHOP 912 W. Hwv. 190 ‘____________634-3224 (tfn) AUTOMOTIVE Auto Repairs 190 ‘FO E IG N CAR Service & arts All W rk a rate lk sw a S pecialists. Bill Wood oreign ar Service Hwv. 190 & ark illeen 634-6216 (tfn) Auto Acces. Parts 191 EXPERT PAINT & BODY WORK Special Paint Job As Low As $69-95 Up MOSSMAN AUTO SALES 2822 E. Hwv. 190 ......................... 526-3011 (tfn) Automobiles 192 GOOD CARS BEST PRICES 1: 72 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL 4 oor Fully Loaded W ith all luxury options th ultimate in luxury a rs. ealer's W wife's Car. 29000 iles. $4295.00 72 ON TEGO MX 2 door a rd to Lim old light green vinyl to V-8 auto pow er air. Like new tire E tr a clean $$$$ 72 E E E MALI BU 4 r hard to O range with white vinyl in- te io a to a tic air an er. Show room clean $$$$ 71 O II I ra coupe 4 door hardtop. Ivory bottom ith brow vinyl top ro cad brow in te...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 April 1974

0 ATTenTion Unit Patches Sewn On “FREE” Laundry Dry Cleaning Alterations *CREDIT CLEANING AVAILABLE* MAIN PLANT miiiTRiiv PCR/onnci 61 N. Gilmer Killeen SUB STATIONS: 8th & Dean Killeen Ave. A & College Killeen West Hwy. 190 Harker Heights Wants Your Business ONE DAY SERVICE Per Set

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

NO. 8 th a tm of th A il appearance FORT HOOD SENTINEL mU ‘PUBLISHED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD.” FORT HOOD FRIDAY MAY 3 1974 ByBOB ALLEN Two nights of disturbances that resulted in the arrests of some 55 Ft. Hood soldiers have resulted in the issuance of strong statements of policy from represent tatives of the Bell County Sheriff’s Office and the III Corps and Ft. Hood Provost Marshal’s Office. The statements came after some 50 law enforcement officers from several area agencies were called to the Dana Peak Park on Stillhouse Hollow Lake south of Harker Heights to assist in quelling disturbances that had erupted following reported complaints by residents near the park area. Saturday night between 10 p.m. and midnight distur- bances reached a critical point but Bell County Sheriff Lester Gunn said that no instances of fighting between officers and soldiers erupted. New disturbances erupt Then on the following Sunday afternoon trouble started again as the crowd o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

a -A By S. McClendon vYou may already be the wijiner of anew home two new cars or $100.00 a month fbi life” the morning mail sa^s. All this from a company tljiat sells costume jewelery anji gadget gifts. Hope must spring eternal in the human heart that someday someone will somehow appear on the hbrizon and shoulder our bur- dehs for us. ‘Listen to any group of working women talking among themselves for any length of time and chances are good that will hear reference made to someone’s ‘Sugar Daddy’ or ‘RJch Uncle.’ These remarks a^e usually not made with any m&lice intended but are most often ade in a wildly congratulatory and slightly en- vious tone. They are delivered to*some woman who has ob- viously come upon good times. Maybe the reason for her imagined sudden wealth is nothing more than a store ap- proving her credit application hey high spirits due only to really nice weekend. But crediting a ‘guardian angle’ type seems to act as a reminder that someday that someone wonder...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

id a a 3 1 9 7 4 4 &JY 10 Advisor pays visit to Hood Lieutenant Colonel Evelyn P. Foote the new F0RS00M WAC Staff Advisor visited Ft. Hood forth re days. She a iv a t. Hood on Tuesday and departed yester- day. er rien tatio visit in- cluded an open session of questions and answers Wed- nesday in Bldg. 38N. All com- anders of WAC personnel and other staff officers with WAC personnel were invited to attend the session. A-100' LATEX EXTERIOR Reg. $10.99 SALE 1 7 Gal. 12’ I OR E N THAT IS TH' QUESTION. m. The Complete Music Store 634-5325 773-3231 401 E. Rancier 119 S. Main Killeen Temple Choose from Our Wide Selection of: PAINT! For Use By John Doe alph Sm ith Bem ie Jones & all Your Friends N eighbors & elatives SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINTS! GLOSS LATEX House & Trim Paint Reg. $10.99 $799 Sale I a l. SEMI-TRANSPARENT Redwood Stain Reg. $7.29 5 Sale HUGHES LUMBER CO 301 W. Hwy. 190 547-6388 Copperas Cove •CRIME PREVENTION• "USETfe&JPPY S am sfsT£M (OHEN Yo E OUT I I Offe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Page Foilr-A '4 1 He who can 9t see past nose inay soon Each month Ft. Hood observes a time-honored tradition known as the “Festival of the Buck.” It lasts about two days on the average and is celebrated by the majority of personnel on this post. What we cannot help but ponder over is the im- pression that must be etched into the brain of a visitor to Ft. Hood who happens to enter the post on one of those two days the last and first days of the month and wit- nesses the fiasco of the unofficial dum dum dum dum (music if you please) “Payday Activities or “Those Quick Sipping Hungover Post Mortem Blues.” The frantic rush to be the first person on the block to get rid of those hard-earned greenbacks often produces situations for the troops that might entitle them as well as their dependents to hazardous duty pay. Take for instance the possibility of being trampled by the foot traffic that flocks into the Post Exchange following the paying of the troops. A person could easily meet his d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Friday May 3 1974 .... SUPER STAR This sticker may be a “macho” image of its driver who thinks iperhaps he or his car is the “super star” MIRROR OF THE TIMES You can’t escape the energy crisis as evidenced here by this ‘sign of the times’ bumper- IDENTITY In a world becoming ever smaller the search for identity becomes ever more difficult. Here a patch says it mtofit free it O E O THE A O S S I I S IR IO IH EVERY MEAL all and the wearer didn’t even need a car to say it. OUR NEW ENG LAND STYLE ^^STEER OCEAN FRESH BREADED LOBSTER TAIL DEEP FRIED A GOLDEN BROWN COMBINED WITH A BROILED SIRLOIN FILET BACON WRAPPED AND COOKED TO YOUR LIKING. COFFEE IS STILL ONLY A DIME Sunday thru Thursday 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM Friday and Saturday 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM 1914 EAST HIGHWAY 190 KILLEEN Bumperstickers tell their own of Ft. Hood. The bumper sticker is anew fad in which an individual can express his feelings to other people about himself. sticker. Opinions on contemporary topics from politics to re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Page Six-A It’s that time of the year that is time for the annual spring house cleaning. Like in the past ore unuseable items will be discarded into garbage cans than the trash collectors can possibly haul away during this period of save or sacrifice. Those old newspapers in one corner of the garage and em­ THE PAPER PUSH Private Michael Smith who works at the Post Recycle Center unloads a stack of newspaper DIRTY WORK SP4 James Vanderhoot an£l SP4 John Ivelia standing on truck who are both from the 96th Trans. Co. pump used oil out of the 418th Trans. Co. W ATURING )6 arounc Fund am pa ign 177/e continuation these services ./is assured ONLY '///rough. )6uR. personal support: teas A ril 1 A/ay 17 3 'We'll Watch for Him at Nor- jjetown He'll want to go to an qasy place for his laundry & dry cleaning problems." N O E O W N Laundry & Drycleaning 1318 Pershing Drive Killeen 634-9662 pty beer cans in the other are all prime targets for the dump. But wait before you throw them awa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

I Friday May 3 1974 *t AT EASE A young man avoids the hot sun while talking on one of the six field telephones that were displayed. The phones this one wrapped around a tree Use care in shipping “It sure is cheap living over here especially considering the price of meat in the States the fact gasoline prices have soared up to more than 63 ttcents a gallon.” These might very well be the thoughts of a serviceman or woman plan- ning to settle down in an over- seas country after retirement. W hen one tir and decides to live in another coun- try he or she does so as a private citizen. The govern- ment will ship household goods one last time free but these household belongings are sub- ject to customs regulations of the country where (me decides to reside. Often this means that 100 to 200 per cent of the assigned valuation will be charged as duty. The same is true of cars. .Two such cases were recently reported in Thailand. In one 1 jJ S hkir TH S I O 1 9 IS tat a I roat AT 410 HWY. 440 S...

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

Page Eight-A HOT 1st Bn. 67th Arm. The first official coffee of Mrs. Martin McKinley wife of the commander 1st Bn. 67th Armor 2nd Armd. Div. was held recently in her home. Guests rese were Mrs. Teresa Scott mother of Col. a rtin in le rs. Elizabeth Rosa Lori Linam sister of Mrs. Russell Kraus and Tisa Love financee of Lt. Keith Workman. A tentative social calender for the wives group was plan- ned for the next few months at tfie business meeting. Mrs. James Edgar Mrs. Herman Yetrot and Mrs. Robert Fair sent ‘thank you’ notes for the welcoming tea given in honor of Mrs. McKinley last month in tjie hom of rs. avid Bockoven with Mrs. Donald McBee as co-hostess. •A beercall for the officers and wives of the 1st Bn. 67th Armor 2nd Armd. Div. at the ]$ain Officers Open Mess was the scene for an informal Hail and Farewell Thursday April 18. A silver beer mug was presented to CW02 Benjamin Elmore as a token of welcome. Leaving the battalion were Lt. Gregory Lynch and Lt. James Kindel. 2nd B...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Friday May 3 1974 & Explorer Olympics coming up The head football coach at feaylor niversity Grant Teaff will light a torch in Waco at 3:00 P.M. this after- noon to officially kick off the Sixth Annual Invitational Ex- plorer Olympics at Ft. Hood. Coach Teaff will pass the torch to a delegation of Ex- plorers who will fly from the Baylor University Football Stadium back to Ft. Hood via helicopter courtesy of the 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. 2nd Armd. Div. The torch-bearers include Cindy Feeney Jan Divine plus two thers who will represent the local Explorer Posts. Scouting officials predict the turn-out of participants to easily exceed 500 this year as the best Explorers from five Central and East Texas Scout Councils compete for first {dace ribbons. Hosting the event is the 1st Bn. 78th Field Arty 2nd Ar- md. Div. commanded by Lt. Col. Donald E. Eckelbarger. The battalion will provide a and assistance for all the youths and their supervisors. The public is invited to at- tend all events f...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Page Ten-A Twenty-one ROTC students including three females from Texas A&I University at King- sville Tex. visited the 2nd Ar- md. Div. last week. “The purpose of the trip” according to Cpt. Harold Lan- ce an ROTC in tru to traveling with the group ‘‘was to help the cadets get the feel of a' military environment so that'they won’t have so much to absorb when they do finally get into the A rm y.” Tlje cadets started their ac- tivities Friday morning in the 2nd 33n. 50th Inf. motor pool. There they observed a static display provided by various 2nd* Armd. Div. units. The visitors viewed an M-578 Light Armor Recovery Vehicle a Medical Command Track an M-8? Track Recovery Vehicle an M-113 APC and an M-125A1 MorTtar track. The 1st Bn. 67th Armor the Array’s first M-60A2 tank bat- talion provided an M-60A2 tank and a Goer Vehicle for their inspection. The 1st Bde. Aviation Section had three elico ters on display a Cobra an OH-58A “Loach” and'a “Huey” water th a orning the group attende...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Friday May 3 1974 I |d By JIM MURPHY The dirty brown toodle puppy (“pait terrier mostly poodle” according to her owner) lay in the shade of the tree. Only the tether and the pair of huge alert eyes suggested the furry blotch was alive. The breezes flicked her fur gently. The young aviation lieutenant parked his car in the lot got out and stretched. “Jeez what a day” he thought. “The old man jumps in my stuff for falling asleep during a re-up flick my bird is deadlined because some yoyo mechanic left his bubble gum in the tail rotor and to top it all off my girl writes and tells me she’s decided to call off the wedding and become a topless black jacker dealer in Las Vegas. Walking along under his dark cloud of personal wret- chedness the lieutenant approached the rear entrance of the BOQ. He was about to go in when he saw the pup- py. His first instinct was to see how long the pup’s tether was possibly by drop-kicking her and noticing how far she went. But when he looked closer his f...

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

Page Tw elve-A Editor’s note: Spec. 4 John Pearce a native of Batavia Iii. works as an information specialist writing for the 13th Support Brigade Information Office Ft. Hood Texas and the post newspaper THE FORT HOOJD SENTINEL .He is a 1972 graduate of DePauw niversity Ind. where he majored in English Literature. He is also a jour- nalism honor graduate of the Defense Information School Ft. Benjamin Harrison Ind. * Upon completion of his 2-year military obligation he plans to continue his career in a tis in and ublic relations. By JOHN PEARCE •■i The warmth from Joe’s Bar- ber Shop surrounded me like a welcome blanket as I pushed open the heavy wooden door beneath the swirling candy stripe. I entered hesitantly shaking the gritty Chicago s'now from my recently polished shoes. Not much had changed here as with the rest of my hometown since my last visit back in high school when hair cuts came regularly especially near the prom season. Glancing nervously around the wood-paneled room ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

V* Friday May 3 1974 Read your warranty 1 If you went shopping for a major appliance recently one of the firs questions you probably asked concerned the arranty. In fact you may have based much of your pur- chase decision on the various Warranties and guarantees at- tached to the merchandise. But one wonders who is protected a fte reading the fine print” Often warranties dontain a fa ilia clause which begins ‘‘This warranty ig in lieu of all other arran- ties expressed or implied etc.” then continues saying what the warranty does not S a lia warranties and guarantees therefore seem to protect the anufacturer not the con- sumer. 1 However all manufacturers of appliances are responsible even without a written guaran- te for waking a product which perform as intended. A television set should televise a freezer should freeze and a !record la er should play records. But since some dealers try •to use “lifetime guarantees” [and unconditional arran- ties” as selling points as a consumer yo...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Page Fourteen-A E era of th RWI Station? Probably not! For it is o&e of the least used services at Ft. Hood. In more under- stain term the RWI Station is the post Radio Wire Integration Station located at West Ft. Hood and operated by members of the radio platoon of ’*A” Co. 57th Sign. Bn. (Corps). The station services official calls for all personnel assigned to Ft. Hood. RWI is the link between the radio and the telephone. Using an *FM radio tuned to 36.70 MHZ and a all sig of “Tiger” an individual can call the* RWI station and speak witfi a telephone subscriber at a given number. Whereas the vasi majority of calls are from radio to telephone the RWI Station is also capable of con- necting telephone to radio for official calls. To complete such (gg) 1* 2nd Armd. Div. In a brief ceremony last riday afternoon 2nd Lt. Pftillip H. Berkmeier “C” Co. 124th Maint. Bn. was presen- ted'the Army Commendation Medal by Maj. Gen. Robert L. Faiy 2nd Armd. Div. Com- mander. erk eier received...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 May 1974

Friday May 3 1974 4* flTTennon FORT HOOD SENTINEL Unit Patches Sewn On “FREE” Laundry Dry Cleaning Alterations *CREDIT CLEANING AVAILABLE* MAIN PLANT 61 N. Gilmer Killeen a A E A S SUB STATIONS: 8th & Dean Killeen Ave. A & College Killeen West Hwy. 190 -. Wants Your Business ONE DAY SERVICE.= ip 4 Corporate Member Central Texas-Fort Hood Chapter AUSA Page Fifteen-A- Per Set iitit ’.w -Vn-' a |.i I:?'

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