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

VOL. 33 NO. 20 rz Citizen soldiers here for training BY DENYS FEITCH As the summer heat beats down upon Ft. Hood a change sometimes subtle and at other times drastic is seen on and off post. North Ft. Hood a quiet sleepy deserted area most of the year suddenly blossoms as tent cities pop up with the influx of National Guard troops ready for summer camp. The National Guard and Army Reserve troops are immediately distinguishable by their shoulder pat- ches at the post exchanges theaters pools and in the nearby communities after duty hours. Thus begins the two week training for non-active duty members of the Army’s Total Force. One-To-One Relation A one-to-one relation between guardsmen and reser- vists during annual summer training with active Army soldiers is being seen each year at Ft. Hood ac- cording to Maj. Gary Long chief of the training branch of III Corps and Ft. Hood’s Directorate of Reserve Com- ponents. The one-to-one training can best be seen with guard and reserve support...

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

Page Two & (9 By JONATHAN PIERCE Mediocrity was run out of the 2d. Armd. Div. with the coming of Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair. One of the places this is most evident is the “Hell on Wheels” (HOW) museum. Over the past year the museum has un- dergone a major renovation and since that time impro- vements have been made at a steady pace. The building has seen various stages of improvement. Its first stage (the renovation) saw a rearrangement of the vehicles and their camouflaging which seems to show a link between HOW’s past and present. The inside of the museum was also given a face lift with a mural of Patton and HOW’s advance through Europe and movable wall partitions with the Division’s history told in picture and display. Improvements continued with the opening of the gift shop and Patton’s Theatre. The rearrangement of the partitions and the addition of more weapons and equip- ment led to the arrangement of the museum as it now stands. The history of the Division goes back throug...

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

Friday July 26 1974 John &. Ho Fr eed oung a in Certificates of appreciation were recently presented to five Ft. Hood units to recognize 'their invaluable assistance” in testing anew tank that is now part of the Arm weapons inventory. as born BATH loo MucN MoNeY AND He Bla To dr-ted sfejf-s.T: /n Ke OwtNGSVlLLE WAS A octor. A N A RicH A N W/rH PR.oPER.lY. Hoop ifAs tNb Homs£st an Never rn rty som tu W HAo IN ADVENTURE ~NoT BOOR'S. Ne h/e a in tm The if a were presented by officials from I MASSTER (M modern A rm S le S est E a lu a io and Review) which was responsible for con- ducting the evaluation of the M60A2 tank at Ft. Hood. Receiving the award were three units from the 2nd Ar- mored Division including the 1st Battalion 67th Arm or the 2nd Battalion 67th Armor and the 124th Maintenance Bat- talion. Two units from the 13th Sup- port Brigade also received the awards. They were the 190th a E a in tenance Company and 159th Ordnance Detachment. Much of the success of the test can...

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

Page Four A ^Little Pigs’offer refused Hood litters filthy enough It wasn’t very many weeks in the past that the Three Little ig s having just completed a successful homestand against the Big Bad Wolf arrived with their bags and baggage at Ft. Hood. Professionals in the art of piggery they announced at the Civilian Personnel Office that they were seeking employment as purveyors of the fine old art of creating pigpens as far as the eye could se Informed by a spokesman for CPO that no'openings in their line of work were available the porky trio threatened in invoke their rights under the guidelines of Equal Employment Opportunity. Following a quick tour of the Ft. Hood reservation with a CPO representative the three met in closed ses- sion and then announced that evidence gathered during the tour revealed an adequate to overage amount of litterers already populating this post. Their evidence came in the form of trash garbage beer cans and bottles paper cigarette butts etc. strewn in g...

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

Friday. July 26 1974 Sat. & Weekdays 8-6 Monday and Thursday 8*9 *T* v- X: ^4?*^*' Vr*.- *.• -■V c* RECEIVING PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE A medical technician 4 with the 49th Armd. Div. receives practical experience at Ft. Hood this summer. Sitting amid beakers flasks and test tubes this guardsman continued from Page 1 active Army during the guardsmen’s six months on ac- tive duty training at a higher level can be under- taken. Members of the National Guard work toward higher levels of expertise through enrollment in Army school correspondence studies and visits from Mobile Training Teams to their home areas. While on two week summer duty advanced schooling is obtained. As one officer of the 49th Armd. Div. Texas’ National Guard organization puts it the guardsmen are now the “most over trained members of the military. At Ft. Hood alone Army Reservists from throughout Fifth Army are receiving a special race relations in- structor’s course condensed from the three weeks provided active A...

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

Page Six 2nd Bn. 41st Inf. Mrs. McDonald held a short business meeting during which she told the wives of the up- coming OWC ‘‘Back to School’ il ’s fa sh io show Farew ell as said to Mrs. |£Paul Carlstedt wife of the “B” £Co. Comdr. and Mrs. Barry Greenway in a grand way. *j Their le a rsh ip and per- socialities area great asset to the unit. New arrivals are Cpt. and Mrs. John Carter and Mr. *. Adam Lobert of West Point. are lls an re te plaques went out to Capt. and HOI !The officer’s wives of the 2nd Bn. 41st In f. gathered last * Friday for a salad bar lun- cheon at the home of Cpt. and Mrs. Barry Pollock. Mrs. Wil- li liam Dunfield co-hosted the luncheon. Pollock. Each wife received an engraved silver tray and a 2nd Armd. Div. charm The next Bn. coffee will be August 8 and will be co-hosted Mrs. John Goodrich and Mrs. Steve Remley. 4 2/1 Cav. 2nd Armd. Div. merriment filled the evening 5 air of Ft. Hood on July 11. The ^officers and ladies of the 2/1 ^»Cav. 2nd Armd. Div. were...

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

Friday July 26 1974 27th MN. BN The “Knucklebusters” held their annual “Knucklebusters Blast” at Belton Lake July 19. A day of fun with sports kiddie games barbeque and refresh- ments was in store for mem- bers of the unit at the battalion a in “Knucklebusters” tradition Lt. Col. Jack L. Sauer bat- talion commander was given the traditional toss into the lake. 1ST BN. 12TH CAV. The officers’ wives of the 1st Bn. 12th Cav. held their mon- thly meeting July 9 during an old-fashioned ice cream sup- per given by Mrs. Bradley olmber g Mrs. harles Woodrow Jr. and Mrs. Gary Morgan. During the business portion of the meeting the wives were advised of the up- coming OWC events. The events include a trip to Austin Laredo and the annual bazaar which has a western theme this year. Also Mrs. Thomas Mullan Jr. wife of the battalion com- mander welcomed Mrs. Bur- win Reed Jr. Mrs. Stephen Frolich and Mrs. William Jewell. Farewells were said to Mrs. Mark Rogers and Mrs. Perry Dalby. AG A Salado inn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 July 1974

£*age Eight IWMsiruxf SMOKING “Compared to getting up at {bur o’clock in the morning to Jpick olives on an Israeli com- munal farm or guarding sleeping children against ter- rorists basic training was a breeze” laughed Sgt. Hilary Sue Wittenberg. Sergeant Wittenberg 22 w{io works as a key punch operator section chief at the 2nd Armd. Div. Materiel a a A iv it (ijMMA) entered the Army in av* & & * Vr $ GET 709 W. Hwy. 190 Killeen Phene *634-4812 BRIDGES INSURANCE •S v! »v To stop Oct. 1973 after returning from five years of living in Israel. She holds a dual citizen- ship for Israel and the U.S. “My father works for the American government and as a result nf his job we’ve traveled to several countries around the world. That is how I ended up in Israel explained Wittenberg. She further ex- plained that she began traveling with her father in 1963 when she was 11 years old “My mother had died so my father decided to take my sister and I along on his trips.” Shortly after arrivin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 July 1974

Friday July 26 1974 &L.UE (5R A & S EI/ALUATORS an plays at Center The 2nd Armd. Div. “Hell on Wheels” Band was in Dallas last week for the dedication ceremonies of the World Trade center with guest speaker Vice residen Gerald R. Ford. As an official representative of the U.S. Army the “Hell on Wheels” Band played the ap- propriate. ceremonial music for the arrival of the vice president and other visiting dignitaries to the podium. The HOW Band was under the baton of Master Sgt. Billy C. Patterson enlisted ban- dleader. Following the dedication ceremonies the HOW Band privided dinner music for a luncheon held for the dig- nitaries and other invited guests at the Apparel Mart at the Market Center. The HOW Band received praise from the White House staff and the Secret Service for its support prior to during and after the ceremonies. A A WWW A A A Tomorrow’s enduro is here today Som eday all enduros 9 may have a super slim profile 6-speed trans- mission an longer heelbase for b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 July 1974

Page Ten TO'. I)4- 1 tk on- •ii s. 1l‘ Tackle Football The Dependent Youth Ac- tivities Sports Office is curren- tly seeking adult volunteers to se rv a co issio rs "coaches assista coaches 11 etc. for the 1974 Tackle Foot- rj ball program olunteer personnel are needed to support the fol- lowing three divisions of play: 1 Junior Division for boys 9-11 ‘and 110 pounds or under an Interm mediate Division for T" boys 12-14 years of age and 140 4 ^pounds or under and a Senior Division for young athletes ages 15-17. ames ill norm ally be la on S a tu a at Prichard Stadium Red Lind- sfey Field and Tank Destroyer Field during the 1974 season. hi E ach team in the three iv is io ill la ap proximately 8 games. Teams 0 generally consist of 25 par- ticipants. 0 .P in te te in in ith th 1974 program in any capacity are urged to call Mr. Tom O’Neill DYA Sports Director phone 685-2831 or stop by the Sports office Bldg. 426 Academic Drive. O perating hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 July 1974

July 26 1974 3 4 CHAMPUS is there in time Coldbrook Quarters. Safeway Special! Tomato Catsup Fruit Drinks Hair Spray Rubbing Alcohol Old Pal Dog Food Towels towute Paper. Truly Fine. Absorbent! Safeway Big Buy! tow ts^snm ts Margarine Ice Cream Cheek These Safeway Money-Saving Values! 39 175-Ct. Roll Hot Chili °r Potted Meat Saltines Pickle Chips [Sandwich Spread Tangy Mustard Frozen El Chico Dinners 6 4 6 ’4 ic a E nchilada ueso S altillo Each Pampers Disposable Diapers ^fcO vernight N ew born Piedmont. For Sandwiches! —32-oi. Ja Harvest Blossom. All Purpose —5-Lb Bag 15-oi. Can 3-oz. Can Wilson. Tasty! 16-oz. Box Melrose Soda Crackers Better Homes Encyclopedia I 15-ox. Jar Town House 16-oz. Jar nu-made ?-ox. Jar Town House The cost of medical care is skyrocketing and for persons without health insurance medical expenses can pose a serious financial problem. But service men and women have for their dependents a special health insurance through CHAMPUS (Civilian Health and Medical P...

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

Page Twelve V! I & GOOD NEWS FOR YOUNG SERVICEMEN Reliable auto insurance for E-1 E-2 E-3 E-4 and single NCO’s is now available from Crite- rion Insurance Company. Criterion is a GEICO affiliate and specializes in car insurance for young military personnel. You will enjoy im- portant benefits like these: convenient pay- ment plans country-wide claim service driver training discounts and complete coverage. Criterion is licensed and complies with Mil- tary Insurance Regulations in every state ex- cept assachusetts. Call 526-3824 for com­ plete information and a personal rate quota- tion. If you need immediate coverage visit our office a 512 FORT HOOD ST. KILLEEN TEXAS rite rio INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office: W ashington D.C. 4 Do You Need A ar? WE CARRY OIIR OWN NOTES! O N O S A S How's Your Credit? GOOD FAIR BAD or NONE? SEE ART At MIDTOWN MOTORS 1317 East Hwy. 190 634-5990 East From The Midtown Mall FORT HOOD SENTINEL of Old West depicted in art and story by Stout and Holt vr-a R...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 July 1974

riday July 26 1974 Band has WAC A Who says it’s am an’s world? rta inly Pvt2 uth Aldrich! the only Women’s- Army Corps (WAC) musician of the all-m ale 2nd Armored Division Band. .7 Ruth didn’t plan to be in the hand when she arrived here June 9th after completing her jyUP training at Ft. Gordon Ga. In fact she was staying in the WAC’s Company barracks \yhen she eard about the band and being musically in- clined she sta rte asking questions about it. Soon Ruth got an audition with SSG. Bob Bridwell one of the band’s NCO’s. He liked because I could read music better than rpost people so I was assigned to the band she says smiling. Music is nothing new for Ruth. She’s been involved in music since the 6th grade back in Sebeka Minnesota where a in saxophone. The multi-talented Miss Aldrich can also play the clarin et flute organ and piano not to mention “just a tpuch of guitar.” She is currently OJT in the band as a saxophone player Sind even though she is sur- rounded by 69 guys she has...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 July 1974

Page Fourteen V.*: SPORTS A good investment By JERRY “PORKER” REED Everyone knows that when E. F. Hutton talks people listen. The latest word from the well-known brokrage firm is that the Texas A&M football team is a good investment. By purchasing stock in the Aggies at the current levels one could have ground earnings and aerial in- vestments worthy of J. Paul Getty’s approval. Texas A&M investors could even have potential shares in the upcoming cotton industry scheduled for January 1 in Dallas. Even Merrill Lynch is more bullish on the Aggies in ’74 than most people have been on the Texas Longhorns in the past six years. In the past Texas A&M has suffered more losses than gains but if financial insights prove true the dividends for this year’s team could be very high. A year ago the Aggies were 5-6 on the season and disappointed many of their followers. The year before Coach Emory Bellard’s initial season at Texas A&M the Aggies posted a lowly 3-8 mark but they wer...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 July 1974

Friday July 26 1974 mm A NEW LOOK The residents of Ft. Hood can now enjoy swimming year- round. Pool No. 1 located directly Recently Game Plan’s Col- I lege Football 1974 Preview tlisted pre-season All-American •picks. The magazine cited Notre a rn sig al-c aller Tom ^Clem ents a candidate for the «*4Heisman Trophy as the first 7*team quarterback. Clements joined in the backfield with sp Joe Washington of ^Oklahom a swift Tony Dorsett *Xef Pittsburgh and powerful Ar- «*chie Griffin of Ohio State. THE MAGNIFICENT TOUCH -trm &W mxm The best way to get your share of the wealth of the country is to work hard for it. It does not take much money to ate th a -s tin COMET or CAPRI. Let explain. 3 -.it* COURTESY LINCOLN-MERCURY W**t of Mid Town Mall Killeen. .526-4191 =*4 *r I- •V' At mm A year ago Clements direc- ted the Fighting Irish to an un- defeated season and a national championship he is the lone upper-classman in the all-star backfield. Washington and Griffin are juniors and Dor...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 July 1974

Page Sixteen Shake heads and come out thinking if you don’t win you don’t stay around for long. Eddie Mathews of the Atlanta Braves correction formerly of the Atlanta Braves found that out last week he was fired as manager of the club. Mathews played with the team Sports Quiz The following Sports Quiz involves professional foot- ball. Match the following names of professional football players and the colleges that they attended: 1.) Steve Davis Pittsburgh Steelers 2.) Sherman White Cincinnati Bengals 3.) Micky Zolfko Detroit Lions 4.) Larry Hand Detroit Lions 5.) Altie Taylor Detroit Lions 6.) Ralph McGill San Francisco 49ers 7.) Chris Farasopoulos New York Jets 8.) Don Nottinghan Miami Dolphins 9.) John Tarver New England Patriots 10.) Phill Villapiano Oakland Raiders 11.) Ray Chester Baltimore Colts *12.) George Blanda Oakland Raiders ’13.) Kerry Reardon Kansas City Chiefs 3.4.) Marvin Upshaw Kansas City Chiefs 15.) Wilbur Young Kansas City Chiefs •16.) Jethro Pugh Dallas Cowboys ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 July 1974

Friday July 26 1974 By KEREN PRATZ The next time you have an occasion to visit the Mental Hygiene Consultation Service (MHCS) you will find that they have moved out of Bldg. 2303 so the building can be utilized as a WAC barracks. Their new location is freshly painted Bldg. 4403 on 265th Street at Santa Fe Avenue and they are pleased to be in the cooler more soundproof facility that has recently been renovated. MHCS provides most of the services that any com- munity mental health service provides. Their mission is designed to provide both advisory service to comman- ders and line officers concerning the emotional problems and moral of their troops and to evaluate and treat the emotional problems of military personnel. In addition as time permits they also see dependents in- cluding a limited number of children with emotional problems and a large number of retired personnel who find the trip to the Waco VA facility arduous. Now numbering 27 (3 psychiatrists 3 social work of- ficers 1 ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 July 1974

Page Eighteen Monday July 29 8:27 eporting In form a tio 9:01 E le vatio & elief Pts 12 & 3 9:37 Camouflage 10:00Functions& malfunctions of M16E1 '10:49 Role of NOO in ru Abuse re ve tio Control Program 41:00Poison in the House :llC rs in iv il Unrest 12:28 E ffe ctive A rm W ritin g Pt 1 l:0 0V hicie cove ry: S im ilar Vehicles 1:22 Tac adio le typ 1 2:00CRB Period 1 1 1 2:46Checks Insp & A djustm nto TVack 3:00SAEDA 3:50Counseling fo Subordinates (IOBC) 4:00 Mech Tng on M85 /G Pt 3 Detailed .Assy 4:31 Rise of the Soviet N avy 5:27 Which W ay A rica 6:00 W illia sb urg S to ry a Patriot 6:35The Body uilde rs 8:27 Laredo: Gateway to Mexico 7:40 A rtie Lab oratory 8:03 A rt of the West Tuesday July 30 8:27 Tac & E of rm a Russian A rty 9:05Tac E of iv A rty Pt 2 *10:01 Race Relations in the A rm 10:59Crash (D ru Abuse) 11:28 Physical Fitness 2 .12:28R ive Crossing Operations 1:00 Athletes in A ction 1:50 In tro to ehicle M114A1 2:05 O xyacetylene tting 2:40 Med Se...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 July 1974

Friday July 26 1974 I 26%" D. By B. SMITH An ailment peculiar to those who must write has recently come to the attention of many medical circles. The ailment is called “writers’ block” and is suffered by those of us who must write decision papers infor- mation papers term papers or even our own names. Having done extensive research into the ailment I have discovered what appears to be an absolutely guaran- teed cure for the sickness the Buzz Phrase Projector. The projector effortlessly supplies those phrases needed to give a paper that ring of knowledge that air Twins like Army A set of twins Robert and Rodney Swyhart both Spec. 4’s from Bedford Texas are assigned to HHT 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. of the 2nd Armd. Div. The twin joined up in A ugust of 1972 under the “Buddy” enlistment option. After basic training the 21- year-old brothers took their Advanced Individual Training (AIT) together to obtain their 91B20 wield medic MOS’s before coming to Ft. Hood. Naturally the brothers have a lo...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 26 July 1974

Page Twenty ANNOUNCEMENTS Lost & Found 017 LOST BILLFOLD at Fort Hood O fficer's Club. Keep money and please return billfold and cards to Capt. Terry Davis C/O Davis Ap- pliance and Furniture 402 N. 8th Killeen. •_________________________ (7-26) CAT-CREAM colored Siamese type male gray face & legs red collar & post ta atton ark are a REW ARD. Dead or alive please callanxious family. 685-2745. (tfn) 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 Your Selection from Our Large Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. Killeen.........................................634-4742 __________________________(tfrO TV REPAIRS All Makes-Black & White and Color. Specializing in RCA Zenith GE & Philco. Reasonable Prices. Service Calls To Fort Hood & Copperas Cove. D&D TV Service________ Fum./ Upholstery 046 7 PIECE LIVING room suit $199.95 Dis...

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