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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

VOL. 32 NO. 47 A s\\V/A£-s\\\\r// By UNDA PRELLWITZ “It’s one of the most professionally run volunteer services around. You are truly allowed to do your job” says one volunteer for Army Community Ser- vice (ACS). But what exactly is ACS? It is a service that is designed to provide a centrally located service that is responsive convenient and readily available to assist membersof Army communities with the resolution of personal and family problem ranging from welcoming new arrivals to budget counseling. Since the formation of the United States Army aiding Army personnel with their problems has been a problem for unit and post commanders. Through the years as the Army grew the problem became larger and required extradorinary efforts. A lack of sufficient resources also hampered unit commanders as they were spending more and more time trying to assist their unit members. Soldiers and their dependents experienced confusion and frustration as the administration of services to them became...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

*«r & a -A $ %l ♦Ss I’d make a lousy addict. You wouldn’t think a six foot three 200 pound male would be a a a is Model club offered DYA boys and girls can f]ind any urs of en- joyment in the Fort Hood 4-H A ctivities Model Aircraft dub. The youngsters start with model plans glue a kit and a small assortment of tools. Model Aircraft is just one of many programs offered by the DYA 4-H Activities. The 4=-H Activities Program is one of the newest and fastest growing programs offered at Fort Hood. For more infor- mation call 685-7023 or come by the 4-H Admin office Bldg. 2212 on Headquarters Avenue. laughingly referred to as a “little needle.” But like most other things the problem stems from childhood and “going to see the DOCTOR.” You ew a as coming even if it was for your own good. No matter how uch gum candy sodas movies or horse-back rides were promised. It was time for the “needle”. And having a family doctor that believed that pain was an ex- cellent health indicator did- n’t...

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

^riday February 1 1974 (Story from Page 1A) Lending Closet Operated ’A very useful and convenient program operated by ACS volunteers at the Whittington Community Center is the lending closet. This is also a free service. For those individuals who are in need of household goods such as kitchen utensils irons or baby cribs the len- ding closet offers these items for use for a period of 30 days or less. A A program similar to the Hospitality Desk is Hi- Neighbor. Two volunteers call on wives of new per- 9 sonnel that live in a 15-mile radius of the Ft. Hood flag pole and give them information packets on Ft. Hood and the surrounding community. Wives of E-l through E-5 0-1 and 0-2 and CWO-1 and CWO-2 are visited and welcomed by the Hi-Neighbor committee. Since the fall of 1969 ACS has operated a program for pre-school children with any kind of learning disability. This program operates five days a week ftom 9 to 11 a.m. for children three to six-years-old. .tljiis program is staffed by v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

rqr*vJT5» Jls-.’.ri-? V.. Page Four-A I om comes N a in home Well it has finally happened and daily routines are probably going to suffer something strong as a result of it: women in combat that is. The Women’s Army Corps is coming of age at a fantastic rate. Jobs formerly exclusive to the male sex are now being occupied by members of the “weaker” sex and apparently they are doing a most commendable job. In Seattle Wash. a WAC reservist is pursuing a career as a parachute rigger with hopes of jumping with her unit. So far her only parachute jump has come with a civilian club but her military career is just getting off the ground. At Ft. Rucker Ala. a WAC private missed by five- tenths of a percent being the honor graduate in the helicopter maintenance course there. Field grade WAC officers are now beginning to grow in numbers in regard to those commanding units made up of a majority of males. One recent command switch saw a WAC lieutenant colonel assume command of a complete battali...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

Friday February 1. 1974 PEACE A The 57th Sig. Bn. (Corps) recently received an award a a ASSTER fo its com munications support of Test 119. In ceremonies at the 57th Sig. Bn. on Monday Jan. 28 1974 Colonel E. W. Fletcher Chief of Staff Headquarters MASSTER presented a U.S. Army MASSTER Certificate of Achievement to the Acting Commander Major Billy C. White. The presentation was .m ade on behalf of Major General H. J. McChrystal Jr. the Deputy Commanding The Twin wakes Toast- mistress Club at Ft. Hood in- stalled its new officers on January 23 at the Mini Dome NCO Club. The new officers are re id arge Frederick 1st vice president ani S 2nd vice president Myrtle L. Captain secretary Doris Deneke and Treasurer Eva Fogleman. Twin Lakes was organized by Annie Thompson and was sponsored by Lois Divers from the Friendship Club of Also: GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES INSURANCE COMPANY WAR hq XZ th O as rfhe First-Termer. Signal unit gets plaudits General of III Corps and Fort Hood. rin the MASSTER te...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

'Page Six-A Division The officers’ wives of the First Cavalry Division will hold a luncheon Feb. 5 at the FHOOM. A fashion show will be given by a well known shop from Copperas Cove (hi display in the hall of the club will be items from the 1st Cav. Museum. Assiting the museum has been one of the main projects of the wives of the division this year. Those who wish to attend should get their reservations in by noon Friday Feb. 1. 3RD BDE. The officers’ wives of HHC 3rd Bde. and A/75th Rangers held their monthly meeting at the 3rd Bde. Chapel Wed. Jan. 16. Mrs. Ed Flowers was the hostess for the affair. Chaplain Flow ers gave a presentation on Marriage and Fam ily’’. Mrs. Jackie Delahaut received a silver shell dish as a farewell gift. She will accompany her husband on assignment to Germany. The coffee for February will be hosted by Mrs. Rudy Boznak and Mrs. Tom Nolen. The Officers and wives of Hq. 3rd Bde. and A/75th Rangers met Jan. 16 at the S ta lig oom of th FHOOM for their month...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

Friday February 1 1974 February A S(oeeiheat'~h \& .-2s.7t~-s.3Y mMrs. Cont’d from Page 6A 21 at a cocktail party at the Ft. Hood Officer’s Club. Lt. Col. Valz previously the Division G-l took over command of the battalion at a a of an ceremony recently held at Ft. Hood. Also at Monday nights par- ty Lieutenant and Mrs. An- drew Yurchak Lieutenant and Mrs. James Wallace and Lieutenant and Mrs. Jerry Paramore were ‘farewelled’ and resented with unit plaques. 1ST BATTALION 92ND FIELD ARTILLERY ieutenant Colonel and Mrs. Thomas McHugh were honored recently by the of- ficers and their wives of the 1st Bn. 92nd FA at a dining- out held in the Ft. Hood Of- ficer’s Open Mess. Colors of red and white decorated the in in with an arran em en of red a r- nations and tulips on the head table. After asocial hour Lt. Col. McHugh called the meeting to order. The color guard posted the colors and formal toasts were of- fered. Special guests for the evening were Mrs. John T. McHugh and Chaplain ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

.Page Eight-A E O N W E E S THE HANDS BEHIND HOW—these hands represent the skills of the people who keep the HOW Division in its high state of readiness. The people without whose skills this modern Armored Now Serving Killeen's Finest ille STEAKS SEA O O Daily 5:30 P.M. to 12 Midnight Sunday Open at 11:30 A.M. Closed Tuesday E RED LION IN N 1 A ss from ondor Park on Hwy. 19 0 .526-8731 Division could not maintain its place in the defense of the United States. From every point in the country these men and women have come together in the 2d A Di v. to a its Collage Ger soft EVEYBODY’S TALKING ABOUT TOWN TALK ABRICLEA IS N. 8th St 634-9352 CARE FREE he are in volved in an aid Claim ad to he he re you might be. CARE FREE he li to be renewed Advance CARE FREE when you change cars renewal notice E xtended pay- Local re re ta tiv ne a over 100 I FORT HOOD SENTINEL capabilities and to insure that it will forever remain the best Division in the United States Army. All of these hands working ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

riday February 1 1974 W He a be ore powerful than a locomotive. He may not be faster than a speeding lle t. ut he recruited 16 men for the 2nd Armd. Div. in a single week and that’s a feat even Super- man would trade in his cape to be able to duplicate. Private firs class W illie Day of Cmbt. Supt. Co. 2nd Bn. 66th Arm or a native of Pickens Miss. put the super hero to shame while home on Christmas leave signing up nearly enough men to form his own ll on W heels platoon. Since returning Day has received a promotion for his efforts from 3rd Bde. Cmdg. Off. Col. W. Russell Todd. is a ilitie are also in demand at the 2nd Armd. iv it Recruiting Office which is sending him back to Pickens as a home town recruiter. A Division policy offering five free days of adm in. leave for each man recruited for the 2nd Armd. Div. was issued just before Christmas vacation and th a t’s what gave the super recruiter his inspiration. It was down to only two days before I had to come back and then I remem...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

Page Ten-A On Tuesday Jan. 22 three battalions of 2nd Armd. Div. DivArty held a Direct Fire Com petition at Post Oak Range. This event was the culmination of efforts to determine the best M109 ow itzer se tio in the division. The 1st Bn. 3rd Field Arty. (y3 FA) 1st Bn. 14th Field Arty. i4 FA) and 1st Bn. 78th Field Arty. (1/78 FA) each sent their best section to the final competition. The competition began un- der a cloudy overcast mor- ning sky. The team from 1/78 FA “A” Btry. was first on the firing line with “A” Btry. 1/14 FA and C” Btry. y3 FA to follow. In the distance were the ta rg ts four old cars donated by a local auto sa lv a Two ere a proximately 900m. away the others about 1200m. Each section had a total of five rounds to shoot at two targets. Grading and scoring were based on accuracy ability to identify targets in sequence of fire speed and procedure such things as safety and crew discipline. Aiming down range with obvious precision the 1/78 FA immediately set the pac...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

Friday February 1 1974 a Here I am supersucker of the century parked dutifully in front of the television set staring with half-attention at two men I never heard of as they pummel each other about the ring. It’s the night of Jan. 28 of course and I’ve joined literally hundreds of millions at this preliminary bout at Madison Square Garden. The main attraction this night is Superfight Two as the promoters are calling it the grudge rematch bet- ween two ex-champions Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali. It’s the successor to their bout of three years ago which was billed as the “fight of the century.” Frazier took that one in a decision. The announcer says that Ali and Frazier might be getting as much as two or three million dollars each for the fight so great is the public interest. They could be right here I am watching and waiting the world’s least likely fight fan. In fact the only two things that qualify me to get anything out of this at all are my abilities to tell right from left and u...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

1 S a Twelve-A GO- He ill to or ISSUE/MIL £HA kipC mm 7 in this ■{br current CAR FboLs in your are a FINANCING AVAILABLE arr Y a W On Purchases of $100 or More For E-3 and Above NOTHING DOWN 3 0 DAYS UNTIL 1ST PAYMENT DAVIS TIRES 60 SERIES 2+ 2 Belted *349 YOUR SPEED EQUIPMENT HEADQUARTERS HE ADERS-HIJ ACKER AIR SHOCKS-CRAGAR CAMS-MICKEY THOMPSON TIRES-DAYTON TEST EQUIPMENT HOLLY CARBS.-THRUSH MUFFLERS A s| COLOR TV A bout a Our. STEREO CONSOLE I it MIA im a SPECIAL! ...the family store Harfcer eig ts .Highway 190 $99-9090 ................................Open 9 a.m to 9 p.m. sssttttttt- rr? r yv- GOER. FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Gray and Ave. A & Downtown Killeen Dr. W a lla ce J. S elto astor Phone 6 3 4 -6 3 6 3 SERVICES FOR SUNDAY FEBRUARY 3 10:45 A.M. WORSHIP SERVICE essa e: "O N a tio er Dr. obby E. ark er 5 :3 0 .M .-M etho dist mouth ello ship 7 :0 0 P.M. W ORSHIP SERVICE S erm on "E a rth ig Be air"— The asto The Public Is Cordially Invited NOW-DIVISIONAL POST CHAPEL ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

Friday February 1 1974 art By RICHARD D. STACY What is CHAMPUS? It’s the Civilian Health and Medical Program for the Uniformed Services But even more it is your passport to healty care. The CHAMPUS program involves civilian sources providing health care for uniformed services beneficiaries with a significant portion of the cost being paid by the Government. CHAMPUS is a very interesting program and one all dependents should know about. Yet there are many members of the Fort Hood community who are not familiar with the basic provisions of the CHAMPUS program. This week as well as next week this column will cover some of the basic points of the CHAMPUS program. The first question asked by many regarding CHAMPUS is who is entitled to the benefits? (1) Dependents of active duty personnel serving on active duty longer than 30 days. (2) Retired members and their dependents if the member is entitled to retired or retainer pay. (3) Unremarried widows and widowers and the children of decease...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

I Friday February 1 1974 SPORTS That’s the spirit Rv Ili’BRV RFFn By JERRY REED Evidently someone didn’t tell Randy Blair that the speed limit had been changed. The curly headed I student at Texas A&M niversity ran pell-mell across the campus last Saturday afternoon passing everyone in sight. Blair was headed for the school’s gymnasium to grab a seat for the Texas A&M-Rice basketball game. The Richardson Texas native established a land-speed record that would make Craig Breedlove blush. If you look at him casually through his wooden- framed glasses and bloodshot eyes you see that his I is just like any other guy who is excited about spor- ts how ever lair possesses something ore something they call down in College Station “Aggie Spirit”. It seems that Mr. Blair is not the only person down around those parts that is so energetic all the students are like this individual. They seemed to be charged by Sears ieH wards but a fu rth in- vestigation revealed that it’s that “Aggie S...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

Page Two-B Instructor defines sport THERE YOU GO Instructor at McKeown of the Ft. Hood Judo Club gives a few tips to two of his students during one of the club’s orkouts. McKeown is a black belt instructor who LOOKING IT OVER Judo Club in- structor at McKeown makes sure that all of his students are doing the correct job. McKeown heads the club which Cheerina "Hiought: A a can stiff take a checo f- tobacco with out" fferin a lady one -First". 1 Front Drive Subaru Subaru’s exciting GL Coupe. An open- road performer with aU the ruggedness and dependability of a family car. BROKERS CAR CITY INC. Yes 74 It could cut your gas bills in lialf. Front wheel drive Around 25 mpg on regular Quadrozontal engine Full independent suspension Rack and pinion steering Front disc brakes Radial tires Reclining bucket seats AM pushbutton radio Electric rear defogger Tachometer We could sell it on gas mileage alone. But there’s much more. S ee it and test it at: 114 E. Hwy. 190 6 9 9 -6 0 4 7 HARKER HEIGH...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

Friday February 1 1974 GETTING READY Linda Duro member of the Ft. Hood Longhorn Ski Club seems to be ready and raring to go on the club’s next trip planned for HAMMING IT UP Members of the Ft. Hood Longhorn Ski Club take time out for a candid shot during their recent trip to Taos New Mexico. The group traveled to the “Winter Wonderland” The infant World Football League scored its first points a a in th tre N ational Foorball League Monday when its Southern California franchise signed thrfee top players U.C.L.A. in a it A a a a McAlister and Southern Cal ♦o ffen siv tack le Booker Brown. ^11 signed long-term con- tracts with the WFL club on the eve of the NFL draft. Terms of contracts weren’t revealed but Mike Trope of World Sports Management wliich represents the three LADIES See Frank Weaver Pontiac Ad! or 1 Skiers prepare for trip The Longhorn Show Ski Club just recently returned from a January weekend in Taos New Mexico. Not everything went well especially the night before their ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

According to UPI reports the .C.L.A Bruins are ready for conference play. With the business of who’s (No. 1 in the nation behind (them .C .L.A .’s mightly *Bruins return to the subject of the Pacific-8 basketball race and arch-rival Univer- sity of Southern California. Right now ’’ said John Wooden USC is the most im rta gam on our ^schedule.” The Bruins who took apart (Notre Dame 94-75 during the (weekend to end the Irish’s *l-week reign as the country’s lop collegiate hoop team are •at home to the 14-2 Trojans ((Saturday night. Interesting ly U.C.L.A. jwhich will return to No. 1 in (hational rakings this week -isn’t No. 2 in its own con- ference. Oregon leads the PAC-8 ‘with a 5-0 record followed by 5J.C.L.A. and U.S.C. I The Bruins may be feeling their muscles after smashing (Notre am but the old Jnaster Wooden will be sure remind them of a statistic (this week. In nine seasons at Pauley (Pavillion the Bruins ahve won 128 games and lost iwice. The two losses? To U.S.C. naturally....

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

Friday February 1 1974 ^Command [changes at57thSig. Lieutenant Colonel William /S. rom er assumed com- -!mand of the 57th Signal Bat- talion (Corps) in ceremonies ’.at the West Ft. Hood gym on /January 8 1974. Lieutenant General Allen M. Burdett Jr. [Commanding General of III Corps and Ft. Hood reviewed [the an welcomed the Kromers to Ft. [.Hood. u[‘ -Lieutenant Colonel William L. -[Corley as the Commander. v-Corley departed the 57th Sig- nal Battalion for an assign- ment with the Office of the Chief of a and Development in Washington D.C. He had command of the battalion since July 7 1972. Kromer just completed a [three and one half year assig- on the Staff and laculty of the USACGSC at [Ft. Leavenworth Kansas. He received his commission in 1958 through the Army ROTC program at Texas A&I. He is I a graduate of the USA Com- [mand and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth Kansas and has a Masters re in O a a la University. HOW an has new ember •-. The Hell On W heels’’ [[Band 2nd...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

Page Six-B And now it finally happens again. The fire freak was certain that the bomb threats were finished at Ft. Hood but how another of those insane individuals has decided that it would be great sport to phone in a bomb scare. The target this time was the WAC a rra Bldg. 36003. Whether it was a male or female phoning in the 'threat is not ours to know nor does it really make any dif- ference. To the person who made that call let me say this You in ite ly av a problem in the head. It can be termed little less than -stupid to make such a call. The inconvenience caused the individuals involved in the building against which the call is made is sufficient trouble to have the caller tarred and feathered. It takes little nerve or daring to pick up a phone and threaten to bomb or report the presence of a bomb in a particular building or area. If these individuals think themselves gutsy for conveying such threats then they are even sicker than the original estimates herein. But enough of...

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