Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, April 21, 1972 Page: 2 of 18
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HIGH WIND WARNINGS—Weather warnings
for all you fishermen and boating enthusiasts using
the Belton Lake Recreational Area will be heard
coming from a flying warning system like the one
pictured above. This UH-1 (Huey) helicopter has
been mounted with a siren and loud speaker and is
able to call for help in case help is needed. Helicopter
surreilance is just another part of the never ending
safety program on Fort Hood. (U.S. Army Photo By
57th Signal Bn.)
Pianist Still Needed
A message from the Ft. Hood Community Theater:
Please ignore all rumors to the contrary. They are
still in dire need of a piano player for the upcoming
musical "The Unsinkable Molly Brown."
The search goes on the pianist need not be mili
tary or a military dependent. Anyone from the area
whether high school college adult man woman or
child is welcome to come.
If you can play or know anyone who does please
call the Ft. Hood Community Theater 685-2568
mornings or 685-7902 afternoons or stop by the
theater bldg. 515 near the Commissary Annex Mon
day through Friday nights after 7 or Saturday and
Sunday afternoons after 2.
The show must go on .. but not without a pianist!
Please help! Show dates are May 4 through 7 and 11
through 14 with the play being judged in Fifth Army
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By JERRY T. BAULCH
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON It seems
pretty certain that Congress will
vote increases in payments for
those going to school under the
GI bill but the question is: how
The House has passed a bill
that would increase the college
attendance rate from $175 to
$200 a month for a single
veteran $205 to $234 with a wife
and from $230 to $262 for a
wife with one child. Other rates
would go up about the same
14 per cent.
Sen. Vance Hartke D-Ind.
chairman of the Senate Veterans
Affairs Committee has in
troduced a bill that would boost
the rates to $244 for a sngle
veteran $285 with a wife and
$326 with a wife and one child.
Hartke says it would make
the rates to $244 for a single
the liberal benefits given World
War II veterans.
The World War II veterans
received $500 a year for books
fees and tuition and $60 to $90
a month subsistence.
The National Association of
Collegiate Veterans has been in
I am married and have two
stepchildren who live with my
wife and me. I attend school
under the GI bill. Do I have
to adopt the children to draw
additional allowances for them
from the VA?
DR Tyler Tex.
No but to qualify you should
submit to the VA the birth
certificates for the children
showing the names of the
parents and proof of your mar
riage to the children's mother.
I am in college under the GI
bill and have trouble with one
of my courses. Is it true that
the Veterans Administration
provides tutorial help in such
—ER Columbus Ohio
Yes the Veterans Art-
ministration will pay up to $50
month in tutorial fees for ur
to nine months to prevent
veteran studying above high
school level from failing in
subject essential to his educa
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Hikes For Veterans In School
sisting Vietnam era veterans
also should get payments for
books fees and tuition $1000.
Legislation for the $1000 has
been introduced by Sen. Charles
The association which says
the Vietnam era veteran "has
granted patted on the head and
ignored" has been lobbying
vigorously for better GI educa
tion benefits saying college
costs are going up faster than
GI allowances and many are
having to drop out of school.
BOOST IN WORKS There's
a good chance that the com
pensation paid to veterans for
will be increased at least 10
per cent. Such an increase was
introduced by the entire Senate
Veterans Affairs Committee and
hearings are being held.
The committee's bill is con
siderably more generous than
the 6 per cent increase recom
mended by the Veterans Ad
The legislation providing the
first raise since July 1 1970
would up the allowance for a
100 per cent disabled veteran
from $450 to $495. It also would
tional assistance. All you have
to do is get an application form
from the VA and mail it in
with your educational records.
Does the $12500 or 60 per
cent GI home loan guarantee
limit the amount I can pay for
—JR Little Rock Ark.
Nobut if you pay more than
the appraised value of the home
the amount above the appraised
value must be paid in cash.
A GI loan may not exceed the
appraised value of the home.
OHNNY JONES By Charles Criner
WW LUCKY WO WASAMEPICALSTUPENT AND
YOUR JOB HERE IS STILL PEALING WHMEAT.
Sat. ami Weekdays—8-6
THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS
grant a clothing allowance of
up to $150 a year for those
WOMEN'S ROTC The
Army has 10 schools lined up
to offer ROTC for women for
the first time next fall.
They are Pennsylvania State
University Eastern Kentucky
iv it or id a S a
University South Carolina State
College Indiana University
Louisiana State University Tex
as A&I University the Universi
ty of Hawaii South Dakota State
and Arizona State University.
The women will drill with the
be el or
scholarships be required to at
tend summer camp and receive
commissions as second
lieutenants when they complete
the four-year course.
The Army and Navy followed
the lead of the Air Force in
admitting women to full ROTC
membership. Whether the Army
will expand to other schools
depends on how things work out
in the first 10.
The Army also has announced
nine colleges are new hosting
ROTC units next school year.
And the Air Force has selected
33 more schools for Air Force
FLIGHT PAY FLAP Many
a in of in
services are unhappy about a
new Defense Department rule
that only those who have the
highest probability" of being
assigned to combat may engage
in proficiency flying. It also
means no such flying by colonels
and above when their jobs don't
call for it.
The move affecting about
7500 rated officers in the four
services is designed to save the
cost of the flying. Although they
won't lose their flight pay many
are fearful that this might be
a step in that direction.
Italian royalty that's the translation of the name of tiiis
fine new collection by Drexel for living dining and bedrooms.
Scaled to transform even apartment-sized rooms into your
very own palazzo.
Ft. Hood Boy Scouts have
selected May 8-17 as
beautification period and May
13 as "Keep America Beautiful
Day 1972" to emphasize the need
for litter clean up litter preven
tion and recycling as an answer
to the nation's solid waste
To emphasize this occasion
Ft. Hood is sponsoring a poster
contest for soldiers and for
students at Meadows Elemem-
tary School. Prizes will be
awarded in both the soldiers'
poster contest and the Meadows
E a S
Rules and results will be pub
lished in the Sentinel.
The Killeen Chamber of Com
merce and the Copperas Cove
Chamber of Commerce are
designating May 8-17 as Clean
up Paint up Fix up Week and
Ft. Hood Boy Scouts are holding
their beautification program the
same week. Boy Scouts from
the Leon Valley District will col
lect trash during the drive and
May 13 will build litter monsters
in Conder Park in Killeen to
focus attention on the problem
"Keep America Beautiful Day
1972" stresses a joint-effort by
people of all ages to bring about
an immediately cleaner en
vironment and litter prevention
in the future. A major objective
is to increase understanding of
recycling. Recycling solves two
problems it gets rid of the
trash that litters and it reduces
the drain on natural resources.
With today's increasing use of
raw materials and with solid
as ax in is a
capabilities the present method
of use and discard must give
way to recyling techniques to
conserve raw materials to pro
tect the environment to con
serve land space and to limit
Another important objective is
the educational value. Not only
Special Services has a Craft for you
Hood Scouts Select
will the scouts and other
participating youth learn about
litter and its adverse effects
but millions of other Americans
will become aware. Hopefully
this will lead to less litter in
the future. Huge stacks of litter
accumulated in parking lots and
other high visibility locations
will effectively focus national at
tention on the problem.
Litter clean up efforts are
conducted at various times
throughout the year by scouts
but this drive May 8-17 is
designed so that everyone can
can see what it all adds up to.
Studies show that those who see
the results of a clean up cam
paign begin to appreciate an
improved environment and tend
to contribute to further im
Last year "Keep America
Beautiful Day" made a real dent
in the nation's litter problem.
More than two million people
a ox at el
million tons of trash along
highways and streams and in
parks and other public places.
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Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, April 21, 1972, newspaper, April 21, 1972; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth255157/m1/2/: accessed July 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Casey Memorial Library.