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

0 I VOL. 33 NO. 19 Problem bared off post By LINDA PRELLWITZ “But I didn’t know that I’m not supposed to be down- town in my fatigues after 7 p.m. And I don’t care about that saying ‘Ignorance of the law is no excuse’. Why didn’t somebody tell me that when I first got here? I can’t know every regulation! the troop complained af- ter being reprimanded by a military policeman. The MP’s answer was “I suppose you didn’t know that you’re supposed to have your shirt buttoned and tucked in either?’’ The troop had nothing to say. He had been caught red handed. He was downtown in fatigues after 7 p.m. which is against the Ft. Hood supplement to Army Regulation 670-5. To make things worse he was out of uniform with his shirt being unbuttoned and hanging out. But he had an excuse it was too hot to have that shirt buttoned and he was hungry and too tired to change before going downtown. “Oh well” he thought to himself I won’t be in trouble. The CO would under- stand and not do anything to him. ...

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

Page Two-A By JONATHAN PIERCE On July 12 a small portion of the officers and men and wives of the 2d Armd. Div. sat in the 2d Armd. Div. Memorial Chapel. Of course the chapel wasn’t terribly empty but then it wasn’t terribly full either. •The purpose of the gathering was to pay honor and respect to the men and officers of “Hell on Wheels” who had served and suffered and died for the freedoms we now enjoy. -During the service the division chaplains and Brig. Gen. Oliver W. Dillard Assistant Div. Commander spoke and read scripture the Battle Hymn was sung and taps were played. Then it was over. Honor and respect paid and each went their separate ways. Twice this month we have paused in retrospect. We have caught fleeting glimpses of our American Heritage and perhaps have offered thankful prayers for our ancestors. The program for the Memorial Services offered this in memory of the past. “Let each of us on this 34th An-' niversary day rededicate ourselves to the principles which were o...

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

Friday July 19 1974 HATS OFF GENTS There’s no need to tell many of Ft. Hood’s troops to remove their hats as a number of them do so without being told to. Unfortunately some take them off when they’re not supposed to like when they’re outside. Army Regulation 670-5 which covers the proper wear of uniform plus constant reminders from other troops keep these no hatters and no-shirters informed that hats belong on their heads when they’re outside and hot in their hands and other assorted places. The same goes for keeping shirts Soul is the dimension of Spirit. Soul is the transcendant junction in human personality which kisses the majesty of divine life. God dwells in our soul in proportion to our response of love. Knowledge is a method of encountering God and neighbor. CCD serves in this in istry of sharing Knowledge. Our program is moving ahead with each per- son who gives. Will you help us build? all Fred Jones Catholic director at 683-6072. IF 1 6 0 BROKE... You GO BROKE sfe)* &...

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

Page Four-A Poor appearance not cool call to mother may be key We’ve heard it said that an individual with no pride in himself usually has no pride in anything and as a rule rm ate an image th a is rid eless. Such is the image that is projected by slovenly soldiers who parade around off-post with their uniforms in disar- ray partially missing or mixtures of the two. While we are not so narrow-minded as to refuse to ad- mit the lack of style of fatigues we insist that the troops who flaunt their uniforms in the manner mentioned are lacking in self-discipline self-pride and/or a knowledge of the regulations pertaining to the proper wear and maintenance of the military uniform. Being off-post and off-duty do not relieve the troop of his duty to present an appearance of dignified profes- sionalism. A person need not be a “lifer” in order to wear the uniform with pride. An individual can show more “cool” and “class” by wearing his uniform properly than he ever can by wearing his shirt ta...

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

Friday July 19 1974 Captain Ted Smith is an As- sistant Legal Assistance Of- ficer in the Staff Judge Ad- vocate General’s Office for DI Corps and t. Hood. He iv his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Indiana University. Nothing is more irritating than getting taken in some minor commercial transaction and having the wrongdoer thumb his nose at you because he knows it’s not worth the trouble for you to do anything about it. Well that doesn’t have to be the way it is. In Texas if you get stung and money damages will make you feel better then it might be worth your while to bring suit in Small Claims Court. Most people shy away from filing law suits even when they have been substantially injured because the prospects of having to pay attorney’s fees and court costs not to mention lost work time seems to make most minor indig- nities not worth fighting. In Small Claims Court however it only costs $5.00 to file your law suit and you do not need an attorney. If you desire a Jury trial there is...

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

P&ge Six-A BEST YARD IN PERSHING PARK Cpt. and Mrs. Lyman L. Harrold of 5580-2 Carter earned an award of $15 and a letter Nine families at Ft. Hood of congratulations and $15 checks in recognition of their excep- tional yard work. The yards of the 3338 sets of quarters on post are judged monthly according to their ap- pearance. The yards are judged according to their aintenance” indicates a spokesman from the Family Housing Office. He states that a general overall appearance includes the cutting and hedging of the lawns. It was further indicated that the ad- dition of shrubs and flower beds although they may add to the general decor of the yard aren’t essential in the selection of the best yards. Selection of the best yards from the nine independent housing areas on post are made by members of the Of- ficers’ Wives Club and Non- Commissioned Officers’ Wives Club. Teams from the two wives clubs visit each of the housing are a during the second and third weeks of the month in dete...

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

Lriday July 19 1974 HOI 2nd Br. (C/V) (SP) 5th ADA A Hawaiian atmosphere prevailed over the hail and farewell party for the officers and wives of the 2nd Bn. (C/V) (SP) 5th ADA. Spon- sored by A” Btry. a local Hawaiian restaurant was the scene for the gathering. Following a Hawaiian buffet dinner Lt. Col. Joh D. Shetler Welcomed Evalina Jennings wife of Chaplain Erve Jen- nings. An engraved silver wed- ding tray was presented to newlyweds Lt. and Mrs. Calvin Milnes. Guests for the evening were Jin and Nancy Sweeney parents of Cpt. and Mrs. Gary Wilkins and Miss Jodi Abbot guest of Lt. John Madden. Lietuenent Colonal Shetler in- troduced West Point Cadet ^Rhennie Rohrback who is presently visiting the Bn. and CAPTAIN WILBURN C. GRISWOLD was awarded the Army Commendation Medal last Friday for his outstanding preform ance of duties as executive officer of the 180th Trans. Bn. Battalion commander Lt. Col. James P. Christenberry presented the award to his departing exec officer. Cpt. Gri...

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

P5*ge Eight-A 5fa*3ui.. -TELEPHONE OPERATOR Operating twhat could be the Army’s telephone swit- chboard of the next decade is Sergeant •Leonard Walker a member of the 2nd Ar- ♦mored Division’s 142nd Signal Battalion at .Ft. Hood Texas. The SB-3614 switchboard „is a small electronic automatic tactical switchboard that is now being tested by [FINAL HOOKUP Making final adjust- •ments on the backside of the new SB-3614 .switchboard are Private First Class John [Almendarez and Pfc. Alex McCain both [members of the 1st Squadron 12th “Cavalry 1st Cavalry Division at Ft. Hood. [The SB-3614 may be the new tactical [automatic switchboard of the next decade for Army communications replacing the Best unit repeats -Nine years ago had Larry V. Miller chosen a different career .. the 418th Trans. Co. would not have a “best sup- ply”. The history of the unit’s “Best Supply” goes back to the fourth quarter of fiscal year 71 when under the supervision of *SSG Miller the supply room was named “Most Im...

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

Priday July-19 1974 Fishing Contest The O utdoor Recreation Branch Recreation Services will hold it’s mqnthly fishing contest on July 20 starting at 1 a.m. egistration must be co leted rio to a r- ticipating. Contest is open to male and female active duty military and dependents and .retired military & dependents. Awards will be given for the ir a la stringers of black bass white bass and crappie. Personnel desiring to participate should register at the Belton Lakeside Resort Fishing Marina. There is no entry fee so come on out and get the big one. For further information call the fishing marina at 685-6570. Travel Guides Good news for Fort Hood eiv- Purchases at the instal- a ’s com missioned officer and enlisted clubs as well as the system’s eight package stores can be charged with Bank Americards shortly. 6 travelers! military Travel Guides are on sale for $1.00 at the Information Travel & Tour Booth located in the Com- munity Center Bldg. 108. The a lets provide army per...

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

Page Ten-A W CAN YA VlGr IT I During hot weather air con- ditioning accounts for over half of the electrical energy used and a large portion of the diesel fuel consumed at many military installations. The cooling req irem en ts for homes and apartments ac- count for a similarly large amount of private electricity and gas ills. Individual military members and their families can be effective in saving many air conditioning dollars. In atypical building about 45 percent of the summer heat comes from solar radiation through windows. Another 35 per cent of the heat comes from the outside through walls and ceilin gs. People and lighting account for a further 20 per cent. To help reduce the load on your office or home air conditioner do the following: ☆Block solar radiation on the outside of your house or apartment with Venetian blind slats or awnings. This can reduce heat input through win- dows by up to 80 per cent. Light colors or metallic paints e.g. white titanium dioxide or aluminum ...

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

Friday July 19 1974 a a «... By JERRY REED Sports Editor Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Walt Morgan is urged to contact the Ft. Hood Provost arshal’s Office immediately. Morgan has been described as being a black male in his early thirities' approximately 5 feet 9 inches tall weighing an estimated 190 pounds. He was last seen at the Anderson Golf Course last Friday afternoon. Morgan is considered extremely dangerous and may be armed. At last report he was wearing a white ban- I'SM 11 dlt Morgan a pretty tough rookie Ion shirt and a pair of black double-knits with a big smile. Morgan’s crim murdering the participants in the Post Golf Tournament held last week. It was a clear •case of homicide. The native of Macon Ga. killed off I’VE GOT IT While spectators and referee look on with studied amazement Jerom Bell braces for the bright combination of concentration and strength during flthe deadlift segment of the Post Weightlifting Tour­ By JOHN PEARCE Ft. Hood has a champion but not m...

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

age Two-B 'CAN YA l& ir T4. This man won the Glen Campbell Los Angeles Open in 1973. What is his name? -15. His only victory on the PGA came last year at Quad Cities. Who is this golfer? 16. This golfer won $106390 last year. In high school hie was the backup to Jim Plunkett. What is his name? -17. This an won the British Open back-to-back in ©49 and 1950. What is his name? 18. Who won the U.S. Open in 1958? 19. This an was the leading money winner in tennis inl973. What is his name? 120. This woman was the leading money winner in ten- nis in 1973. What is her name? 21. This an won the Wimbledon Men’s Singles Crown in 1939. What is his name? 22. Who holds the world’s record for the long jump? 23. Who holds the world’s record in the 880? WAGGONER firestone 201 W. Hwy. 190 HARKER HEIGHTS 699-2321 Open Mon. thru Fri. 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Open Sat. 19:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. FRONT END ALIGNMENT Precision alignment by skilled mechanics on most American Cars (Extra on some cars with A ...

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

Friday July 1 9 1974 a Sports red ‘H am ers’ it hom By JERRY “PORKER” REED A erica as been Supjerflied Shafted and Slaughtered. Now providing the National Football League has a •sjeason every Monday night the citizens of the U.S.A. •\yill get Hammered. Hammered in the form of Fred “The Hammer” Wil- lkamson Don Merideth’s replacement on ABC’s Mon- djay Night Football games. The suspense is over the search for the “right” man to replace Dandy Don has come to an end. Instead of ime of that “down-home” philosophy made famous by lerideth you’ll be treated with “up-town” jive by Wil- liam son. Williamson joined regulars Howard Cosell and Frank lifford last week. The trio sat in front of the ABC cameras along with Roone Arledge president of the aetwork’s sports department and discussed the future If the show. The publicity didn’t bother Williamson one bit he’s an Id pro in front of a camera and he’ll be the first to tell )u he’s a star. (“I’m not a ballplayer I’m a movie star I’m an ac- &a...

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

Page Four-B I 75th Rangers train at Camp Bullis Register now for classes Ron Meek Director of Ad- ministrative Services has an- nounced th a A erican echnological niversity (A ill eg in registration for fall semester classes on Monday July 15 with final registration August 30 1974. Class instruction will begin on Tuesday September 3. ourses ffered at the niversity will lead to a a lo rs and a ste rs degree. A bachelors degree may be obtained in the fields of general business computer science are aviation criminal justice occupational a tio tech lo telecom un ication s and general studies. In the fields of computer science criminal justice hum an resources development management science public administration and general studies a Masters degree may be obtained. The University is approved th a A inistration and eligible veterans ay receive as- sistancefrom V.A. while atten- ding classes at the University. Active duty military may at- tend the University under Military Tuition Assistan...

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

July 19 1974 *.» Hood fire losses show decrease Garden fresh Fmitsl Red Plums Saete Rose. reat for Snacks! Lb. Pineapples Popsicles Kiddies Delight! Cheese Pizza Broccoli Onion Rings Hush Puppies Com-on-Cob Meat Pies California. Large Size Lb. jjj 20 Lbs. & Over. Eaeh 49* Large Lemons scsft 9* Bell Peppers ay .. Variety C«y«M variety •Bor Pkg. 10-OX. Speer*. Sal alr Volume 12— 13 Fkg. Mr*. Paul* Encyclopedia 16-0*. OoM King Pica. Sol-olr Spere Timo Better Homes & Gardens Wili! H’ "i of Cooking t-i W $ 1.89 1 Anti-perspirant Ultra Ban 5000 For Extra Protection! $1.59 Valencia Oranges 25* White Onions .**- -ib. 25* Juicy MangOS Large Papayas _™59* Yellow Squash a.*** -*39* Lucerne. Safeway Special! —Va-Gal. Ctn. In a recent correspondence to the SENTINEL Col. W. K. a sse t ire to of Facilities Engineering the Post Fire Marshal expressed his sincere appreciation to all military and civilian personnel at Ft. Hood for their outstan- ding support in fire prevention during fiscal y...

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

Page Six-B I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 9G Monday 22 July 8:27E.E.S. Key to Your utire 9:00 Insp of Tank Auto material (Trkd Veh) 9:42105mm Gun ank M60 Intro 10:00 Instructor etraini ng Workshop ll:0OPrin of Weight & Bal for Cargo Helo 11:18 Med Self Help: Radioactive Fallout and Shelter 12:27Timber wrestle Bridges ‘l:00Functionsof Fid Arty Fuses '1:29 AN/MPQ-4 adar ’2:00Venomous A nim als: Snakes |2:29Leadership Situation 1.2&3 [3:OOTrack Vehicle Driving ‘.3:43 IF lig la DD Form 175 (Stopover) 4:00 Patrolling: Conduct of a Patrol 4:31 Magic Trails •5:27 Cape of Good Hope ‘5 37Texas ’72—Ft. Hood Texas ’6:00The Way It Is/T ac Airlift Story ’6 5 The English Way 7:27 After the Arrow ’7r48 Food For a modern World 0 9 All The Difference Tuesday 23 July 8:27 Defense of the Cannons 4):00Orgn of FDC & Duties of Personnel •9:34 message Construction Review II 10:00Com unications Security 10:39 Disas...

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

Friday July 19 1974 JRL I' "d'id *y 4 Vv SUNNING IN MIAMI Sandee Panco poses on the Miami Beach sea wail for Jeffery the Ft. Hood Sentinel’s intrepid photographer during his recent visit to sunny hot Florida. Jeffery spotted the W Army and Air Force Ex- change Service (AAFES) store personnel inspect an estimated 183000 garments in exchanges around the world each week prior to hanging them on the racks. Of these about 3200 items are found to be defective. The store inspec- tions are in addition to the sample inspections performed by AAFES quality assurance personnel at contractors’ a a A A E S Warehouses. These statistics resulted from a recent survey of 15 ex- changes ordered by Maj. Gen. C. W. Hospelhorn AAFES NOTHING DOWN 30 DAYS UNTIL 1ST PAYMENT EYE CATCHER v- commander to determine the effectiveness of his 100 percent to in sp tio program. “The survey shows that every week we catch some 3200 defective items of clothing which might other- wise get into the hands of our to said G...

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

Page Eiglit-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Lost & Found 017 CAT-CREAM colored S iam ese ty (jle ra fa & legs red lla & a a a a a REW ARD ead aliv e le a sea ll a io sfa ily 685-2745. (tfn) BUS I NESS SERVICES 044 Radio TV Service RENT A TV Brland New 19 inch rta le ith i|ilt-in A ten a. ented bv th ay W ^ek onth. Com bv an ake qur S election from O ur arg S tock. onthl en ta Is $10 to $15. BA O N RENTS 517W est an cier Ave. ille .............................................634-4742 (tfn) Fum. Upholstery 046 7 IE E LIV IN room su it $199.95 iscount rn itu re 315 N worth 8th 634-0323 (tfn) Air Con. Heating 050 A IE A IR O N ITIO N ERS 24000 30000 36000 42000 48000 $550 to $900 INSTALLED No money Down on A pproved redit KEN’S TV 547-2639 GEORGE’S •AIR O N IT IO N IN HEA TING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E S prott illeen Lawn Mower ep 060 EXPERT LA W N OW ER .TILLER & INI-BIKE •X REPAIR arts in Stock BUSINESS? IN E S IG A E E W E S E N AUTO ASSOCIATE STO RE PLA N. Our su ccessfu ealer am ily er...

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

Friday July 19 1974 Nobody did it like ...h was the gangster's gangster I I I WARREN OATES OH JOHNSONMKHELLE WHllPS-ClOHtSJliACHIIIIAN HARRY DEAN STANTON JOHN RYAN RICHARD OREYFUSS IRJ——Ta.-cs-’ ^j *00uced»vBu22FEiT9HAM$tMCuM*eauee*SAMUCi* APKOffenotAWBCNCtA GOAOO* WnMnMOxclMttJOmiWIUS' Mu* 8AHKV OeVORJON AnAMEftCAN INTEBNATIONAI P«U*e WELLHECTOR SAV THAT IF 'WOO PONT LIKE UTTte FURRY OR TINY SHARP TEETH“iH E BAT PEOPLE* MAY NOT BE FOR W BUT IF VbU ENJOY A GOOD GRIPPING TALE OF TERROR FLAP OVER TO PALMER THEATRE on a A number of medical ser- vices provided under the Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services (CHAMPUS) will be dropped and beneficiaries will pay more for other services. Beginning Aug. 1 1974 all claims for reimbursement for authorized outpatient care will be under the outpatient cost- sharing formula. This means so a a preceding and following care on an inpatient basis will no longer be cost-shared as part of that inpatient care. The cost-sharing ru...

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

mote important to me.” We can understand that. Money is important to everyone. 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. 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 Avmy for the money. But now Ws So don’t be fooled by pay comparisons. It’s what’s left over after the bills Eire 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 pers...

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