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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

•f Friday February 15 1974 if Bn. Sms The MAC contract By JERRY REED Question: What does Ray Kroc and Walt Disney have in common? Answer: Both men lied about their ages to get into the Red Cross ambulance corps during World War I and each of them have rescued people with large sums of money. Walt Disney the late cartoonist and director rescued millions of children from boredom in the form of his cartoons that have become legends in their own times. Kroc certainly not a household word is currently trying to rescue a baseball team which as brought the fans more pleasure than wat- ching reruns of Disney’s best work. Disney made his product known because of abun- dance of money and that’s the same route that Kroc is going. The team that has patrons rolling in the aisles with their comical play and hilarous record is the San Diego Padres Kroc feels that it is time for a change. Kroc has dealt with cartoon-type figures before. If you don’t already know he is the biggest stockholder in the...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

Page Two-B 3 City champions featured The 2nd Ar md. Div. estroyers” basketball team has seen considerable action recently experiencing both the “thrill of victory and the agony of defeat.” 'niey’ll be playing at home in Burba Gym tomorrow for those who wish to view some fast-paced exciting basketball. The “good news” for the HOW cagers was winning the Killeen City tournament while the “bad news” was the tough team from Ft. Sam Houston. On Saturday Feb. 2 the “Destroyers” won the City tournament with an 80-72 vic- tory over their old archrivals Darks Real Estate. Accor- ding to ‘‘D General manager William Page Darks was never in the game as the 2nd Armd. Div. troops took control from the opening tip. As a result of their perfor- mance the “Destroyers” will co te in the Texas Regional tournament. They have a good chance of going on to the State tournament. Hie Regional will be played at Central Texas College from the 22-24 of this month. The “Destroyers” ran into a real powerhouse at ...

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

Friday February 15 1974 JUST PASSING THROUGH First Teamer Arthur Graves (13) of Div. Hqs. dribbles by 7th Sqdn. 17th Cav. defenders during first half action of last week’s 1st Cav. Div. basketball championship game. The f If If y-Jj-J'. j. ........ ... U- iJi 3 .T. 3 Jlfl l)i ife UilXJ 23.7 MPG Tested by Kack Schnorrenberg Harvey Weeks 1974 PINTO SQUIRE WAGON Green Glow Paint 2300 cc 4 cyl. Automatic Transmission NOTE: jsl WSW Steel Radials Luggage Rack Deluxe Bumper Group Air Conditioner AM Radio Squire Option Tinted Glass 5 Passenger Serial No. 4XI2Y184I98 Cost of Driving Galaxie 500 Ver­ sus Pinto Wagon for 10000 Miles at $.42 per gallon is $84.04. At Time of Test Both Vehi- cles were New with less than 10 Miles on Odometer. 7/17th won the championship by one point and advan- ces to the post tournament later this month with Div. Hqs. 1st Bn. 68th ADA and the 2nd Bn. 7th Cav. Bottled Tested as mileage a 55 MPH YOUR CHOICE 399500 $ Does Not Include State Tax License or Title J»d CO...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

Page Four-B us’ kt*Ten t. Hood Dolphins raised th ir competitive ‘c la ific a tio this past * weekend at the AAU Sanc- Jtiolned San Antonio Aquatic Ciub B-C Swim Meet. »-*A times were posted by “Mike Spoonem ore erri Qoten Nan Goulet Dawn Driten Carrie Allen and Kim 'Doten while ritta Scott jty tty Schneider Pam Ladd *and Kevin McHugh posted I new Classification times. -S aro cH ugh Nan Goulet Kevin McHugh Terri i^Ddten Kim Ladd Kathy fVetort Carol Lanphere Rich rCardillo and Tom Clarke ^either placed or made new 'classification times in every event entered. F- Ft. Hood is really buzzing I these days! The Outdoor a a RLecreation Services has 25 Go-Karts each powered by a 49C MCullon engine. Ft. Hood’s Sadowski Field is being used for the mile course. military personnel and their dependents can ride 'Tries. Wed. Thurs. Sat. and Sim. from 11:30 a.m. to 6 jr.m. the cost for riding is 'only 50 cents for six laps. Riders are required to 'wejar safety helmets and the padded seats are luxu...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

Friday February 15 1974 '1 3 FpnhA: f/harks: ■SIG NATURE ____ (C IP a MAIL OR. DAMP CARRY)_ NAMEl APPR-^SS To: (P IN PHONEI . Hood Sem [P00IL DBI UNIT &LDGr N2. A E sends thanks Commanding General I II Corps and t. Hood Army Emergency Relief gratefully acknowledges contributions to the 1973 Joint Annual Fund Cam- paign of AER and ARS from your command in the amount of $32316.13. On behalf of the Boards of Managers of Army Emergency Relief and Army Relief Society it is a pleasure for me to extend to you and to the personnel of I I I Corps and Ft. Hood our appreciation for your 1973 contributions. I trust that you will convey to the members of your command our sincere thanks and assurance that their contributions will be used to financially assist deser- ving members of the Army or their families in times of stress and misfortune. George A. Carver Maj. Gen. USA retired Director McDonald’s Quarter-Rounder with cheese. A sandwich where the meat really takes over. Get up and get away...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

Page Six-B Recreational services INNER SPACE One of Texas’ unique at- tractions is located nearby on I a 35 a Georgetown. It’s called Inner Space and you’re invited to explore the mysteries of the world below ground at Texas’ own “Underground Theater”. At Inner Space the natural beauties of the enhanced by the The Warriors are two huge intertwined stalagmite for- mations each over fifty thousand years old. An eighty foot mural by famed Michael Frary depicts the Ice Age animals whose remains are found at Inner Space. Some of the bones are estimated to be from 15000 to 40000 years old. To top it all off Inner Space has its own “Scenic Subway”. You will find a visit to In- ner Space both enjoyable and fascinating. LAKESIDE RESORT Get out and enjoy life. Spend a day weekend or week a th a tifu Recreation Services Outdoor recreation Branch’s Lakeside esort at Belton Lake. Cabins are available by reservation $5 per day. TV cooking facilities linen and bedding furnished at no extra st. O t...

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

raary 15 1974 By MARK SEIGWORTH With two nights left in the current run you still have a chance to catch the best en- tertainment value in central Texas live theatre at the t. it Theatre. Dr. Cook’s Gar- den” opened Wednesday and is being performed tonight and to night at Building 515 next to the Commissary Annex. risp elery 2 9 Skylark. Safew ay Special! Curtain time as always is promptly at 8:00 p.m. Based on the dress rehear- sals this promises to be an exciting and interesting show well up to the high standards of the FHCT and its director Fran O’Malley. Yes indeed Fran is back with us after her hospital stay and the familiar cry of Take it back!” once more echoes on stage in the auditorium and tmmy US#1. Leeq Shanks. Tasty! —Stalk W Cucumbers Bell Peppers Green Onions Loi-" 2for29* Red Radishes White Onions 19* Fresh and Crisp! Each 19* Sweat & Mild! Each 2 29* Tops Removed Cellos Finest Quality BreadsI Italian Bread Sesame Twist Brown&Serve 29* US#1. Flavorful! Lb. 43 ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

Page E ight-B fhW] Tacmby Febraary 19 8:27 Perform ance Test *•. 9:00— Income Tax 9:14 Counseling 10:01 Speech for Instructors fR. 10:35 CH-47 Preflight Procedures Pt 1 11:00 ie of a sic E le of Vulcan/Chaparral 12:27 MU Lettering & Phonetic Alphabet 1:10 Patrolling: Conduct of a Patrol t 1:40— Intro to Vehicle M113A1 2:00 Mil Courtesy & Customs Period 1 2:24 In sp of an Auto material (Wheeled) 3:10 Vehicle Recovery 3:55 Effective Army Writing Pt 4 4:31 No Man is an Island 5:27 The Ballad of John Greene 5:54 3 E ’s Energy Economics Environ- ment 6:20 Land of the High Sky 6:40 All the Difference 7:27 A Child Went Forth 7:55 A Free People 8:15 Hot Lunch Wednesday February 29 8:27 E.E.S. Key to Your Future »9:00— Credit Buying #9:19 Leadership Situations 12&3 •10:00 Track Vehicle Driving 10:43 Helo vs. Arm or in Mid-Intensity Environment 11:17— Intro to TAM MS 12:27 Reporting Information *1:01 Annual SAEDA Presentation .1:58 Lashings 2:30 Equip Insp & Maint Worksheet DA...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

*. .J Friday February 15 1974 -|jlidnHi MATTEL Productions "SOUNDER” (... BUT I DON’T WANT TD GOTO 0ED HECTOR UNTIL I’VE SEEN THIS WEEK’S LATE SHOW/ RYAN O’NEAL 6 A BRILLIANT BURGLAR OF MILLIONAIRES* JEWELS AND JACOUBUNE 8ISSET IS A BROKE Society fiiRL wwo THEATRE helps him in ‘THE THIEF WHO CAME DINNER* E A I N O E I I N —S c. 4 aid Daughtrey Pfc. Micheal Dennis Pfc Margo Chaffer and Sgt. Timothy Marges It’s getting to be “old hat” for the men of 1st Bn. 78th Field Arty. (1/78 FA) Dining Facility. Once again the “Go- Getters” were named as the best dining facility of Ft. Hood. The III Corps and Ft. Hood om anders est Dining Facility Award for the 2nd quarter of fiscal year 1974 was presented to 1/78 FA by Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett r. I ll Corps Cmdr. last Monday. This award extends along list of honors bestowed on 1/78 FA in in a ility during the past 2% years. at lis in lu being named best on Post at least one quarter of ‘72 ‘73 and ‘74 being named best in the 2nd Armd. Div. six o...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

Page Ten-B NICE TANKS GREAT LEGS Jefferey our lecherous lensman was slinking about through the National Guard Armory at Henderson Nev. when he espied lovely Bonnie Palma sunning atop one of the “Family-Tuesday” blared a local rock n’ roll station is a good day for the Colonel’’. What resembled ‘family-Tuesday’ in the 13th Spt. Bde. was a good day for FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 809 N. 4th—634-6262 KILLEEN Sunday School....................9:30 Morning Worship ............10:45 graining Union ..................5:45 Evening Worship................7:00 Prayer Meeting Wednesday—7 :30 S rv is N rse rie w. 1 NORRIS 0NSTEAD Our asto O ffers a Warm Welcome to You— to Join our Fellow ship and Be a art of Us. E a NON-DIVISIONAL POST CHAPEL (5 -6 1 2 1 a ic Sun lOOO a Sun 1 1 0 0 1 9 0 0 a ir Wed 1900 QARNALL ARMY HOSPITAL CHAPEL (5 -2 2 1 6 a Sun 1000 -C a th lic Sun 0900 -C a th lic Mon 1130 ‘Br ig a ave ea ch ape (5 -5 8 3 8 a Sini 1100 BRIGADE ave WEST CHAPEL (5 -4 9 0 2 te ta Sun 1100 EST FORT HO...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

fy Friday February 15 1974 ANNOUNCEMENT6 Professional 018 w. A. ROACH DVM and W. M. E A N E DVM announce The A a of A E S A WILSON DVM in the practive of eterinary Medicine and Surgery a ILLEEN VETERINARY CLINIC 500 W est ancier Avenue Killeen Texas._________________ ___________ BUSINESS SERVICES 'B'king Tax Service 031 HAVE PENCIL WILL TRAVEL Income tax returns prepared in vour home. Phone 547-5961 or 773-5536. INCOME TAX REFUND TIME Fast Courteous Service ($4 & Up) YEAR ROUND If TAX & BOOKKEEPING Two Locations: Carl D. Ogle Cowhouse Motor Hotel (Next to Chamber of Com erce) Henry L. Linder 826 W. Hwy. 190 (Post Insurance Bldg.) See Us First! 4 Radio# TV Service 044 RENT A TV rand New 19 Inch Portable ith Built-in Antena. Rented by the Day Week or Month. Come by and ake our S electio from O ur a rg Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. illeen .........................................634-4742 _______________________________(tfn) Furn.# Upholst...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

4V Page Twelve-B Why are you staying in? Pat Fundum’s husband Gene works as a Personnel Specialist. e’s just reenlisted but that was no surprise to her. “Actually it wasn’t something we had to discuss. He knows how I feel about the Army. “I like it here. The shopping. The activities. The services. And the people we’ve met. “But what’s more important I know he likes his job. e’s proud of the way he’s advanced. And he’s always saying there’s no way he could have moved up as fast as a civilian. “Neither of us would say that the Army’s right for everyone. But it’s right for us’.’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL He’s happy and I knew he’s happy.' 'icl9v '.* &' ~*f^ W£7*» fv f.T **§* ’t S?% I« N *A -'v- ♦ v* 'v *. Ssi&lifS *X "*V* \. n#ff fc*c-r Friday February 15 1974

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

* VOL. 32 NO. 50 J.................................... '. Re-Up problems By TOM WOLSFELD In away reenlistment is sort of like “Let.’s Make a Deal.” A person can either keep what he’s got or trade it all for what’s behind the curtain. He might walk away with his pockets full of cash in the form of Reup Bonus but there’s no guarantee that his trade will be the Big Deal of the Day. Of course a soldier doesn’t have to walk into the reenlistment office with a bunny costume on ready to trade his ears on three more years in the Army and the career counselors are much more infor- mative than Monty Hall. By helping to avoid some of the common stumbling blocks they are able to prevent people from getting “zonked” when they reertlist. “One of the big problems that we face is that some of the people who come in here don’t really listen to what we tell them” commented Sgt. Maj. Charles Colvin 1st Cav. Div. Career Counselor Supervisor. “They say that the career counselor won’t let them reenlist f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

Page Two-A & .V By JOHN SPANN Screeeeeeeeeeech! Ever heard the squeal of tires as a driver slams his brakes on to avoid striking a pedestrian? I have and I happened to be one of those persons slamming his brakes on just to avoid hitting a per- son on a dark morning. Luckily much to the relief of -a guy in DivArty. and mine my car stopped within one foot of his body. If it wasn’t for the observant eye of my passenger I would have hit a “road guard” and possibly slam- -med into a marching formation. I drove away trem- bling sick to my stomach and cursing under my breath for the stupidity of the formation not being readily seen and of course for my own stupidity for not looking more cautiously. I was upset and I had aright to be so. In fact I was so upset I called the Division Provost Marshal telling them of the incident and asking why weren’t they (road guards) wearing reflective vests and had flashlights. After a call to the Division Safety Officer I found out that there is a sho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

Friday February 22 1974 I 'x *v F.M y. si.*'» !v e*: w.: I h* r. Reenlistment (Story from Page 1A) Changes are coming in the near future for Ft. Hood’s te le te The changes are designed to im- prove the ality of the ■^telephone service at Ft. Hood. These changes are scf ^duled for late June or eany July according to per- sonnel a the USA Com- munications Command Agen- cy. A new com ercial ex- change is scheduled to begin ra tin an servicing customers in approximately June. At th a time most customers of the Mid-Texas Telephone Company on South Ft. Hood will be transferred from the government’s 685 exchange to a commercial 532 exchange. A decision was made in 1971 that Class B” sub- scribers should be serviced by the local com ercial telephone company. Quarters occupants co stitu te the major portion of the Class “B” subscribers. While the commercial telephone com- pany began servicing quar- ters occupants contractors and other Class B” sub- scribers in July 1972 they did so by leasi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

J*age Four-A Pool It drive like cars slowing down short of gas In the past few weeks the Ft. Hood SENTINEL has been pushing a simple but worthy cause. We devoted a full front page to it at its birth and now as we sit helplessly baffled by the reasons behind it we are watching it slowly wind its way into the realm of the deceased. The cause falls under the less-than-glamorous title of “Pool It”. And by pooling it we hope to give a lit- tle bit of relief to the suffering caused by the energy crisis. What it’s all about is this: Thousands upon thousands of automobiles are registered on Ft. Hood. Each day these thousands of vehicles pour onto the reservation like scurrying ants returning to their colony. In an attempt to cut down on the energy consump- tion logged daily by these wheeled machines the SENTINEL has campaigned for the establishment of car pools by Ft. Hood motorists. The number of an- swers to our “Pool It” column has been less than spectacular poor to moderate might be the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

Friday February 22 1974 a *1 A N a O S E N re I i. When 2nd Armd. div. per- sonnel make their annual check of their protective masks many see no reason for it other than as a grim reminder of basic training. However the men of Division hem ical Section which operates the facility know there’s a much more serious reason for its existence. Unless an individual’s protective mask is checked yearly’’ explained 1st Lt. Gregory Leyes cml. staff of- f. “it can become virtually useless. In a year’s time the mask could develop leaks or the man could forget how to properly wear it. If either one of these things happened and the man were put in a situation necessitating his mask he would quickly gain an appreciation of our tests.” The lieutenant further ex- plained that prior to entering the chamber each group is presented a class on ad- justing their masks since most leakage results from failures in this area not from mask defects. “As much as 80 per cent of'those who go through have no proble...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

Page Six-A CSC SUPPORT GROUP rs. ic a rd Hill as hostess for the CSC Wives’ Group in her Copperas Cove home for the February cof- fee. Assisting Mrs. Hill as co- hostesses for the valentine coffee ere rs. Michael Saxton and Mrs. Ray Laird. A welcome was given to IVIrs. Steven Townsend who was joining the group for the fir tim rs. S teven ••w- -r# Not only does music soothe the sa a a st but it rin a ile to any ed rid en a tie ts ast week three Army reservists and a couple of 13th Spt. Bde. soldiers teamed to entertain patients at arnall Hospital. W within 15-m minutes the audience was on the edge of •its seat” clapping their han- !ds tapping their toes and swaying to the beat.” said SSG Louis B. Whitehead in charge of the 13th Spt. Bde. •Entertainm ent Center. The group consisting of a guitar •duo a tr te and a drummer played an array of la try Western its an flavored there ith so Spanish melodies. Nick rev as one of the ■reservists said “This was all .spontaneous.” He explained how...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

Friday February 22 1974 -rt-' his ee ly menu is Prepared by Bonnie Haller ^*e Food Management Coun- selor for the Army Com- nnmlty Services. Louisiana Get-Together 1 lb. ground beef y-i onion chopped 2 green pepper chopped 1 cup macaroni 1 can tomato soup .♦ cup cheese cubed Salt Brow eef and onions. Cook acaro separately. Then combine all ingredients. Bake a 350 degrees until cheese melts. 4 servings. Cheese Puff 8 slices hard bread 3 butter 8 slices cheese 2 eggs beaten 1% cup milk 1’ 1 tsp. salt & tsp. pepper 1% tsp. baking powder Spread bread with butter. Cover ith cheese slices. Place in baking dish. Com- bine rest of ingredients and pour over bread. Bake at 375 degrees for 40 minutes. Ser- ves 6. Split Pea Soup J. 2 cups split peas 3 quarts water 1 hambone optional 1 onion minced I 3 stalks celery chopped *1 Soak peas in water for 1 A a in in I in re ie ts a a to boiling. Sim er 4 to 5 hours. Season with salt and pepper. For smoother soup put thru a sieve. *i Waldorf Salad...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

Page Eight-A THE ANSWER TO LIFE—In an effort to raise blood for the needs of Central Texas members of the 13th Spt. Bde. foiled up their sleeves and extended an arm for Operation Blood Buddy. The FIRST MAN AND WOMAN The first in the 13th Spt. Bde. to roll up their sleeves to participate in Operation Blood Buddy were Kathy Horgan and Dana THE TRUE BUDDY SYSTEM The first husband-wife team in the 13th Spt. Bde. to participate in Operation Blood Buddy was Mr. (Spec. 4) and Mrs. Steve aass. is a tta lio co an er /T J9/7 I N I W A E O S E S 5 9 0 4 E. Hwy. 190 KILLEEN SELF SERVICE STORAGE O KEEP TH E KEY! }l Access 24 Hours a Day 0 7 DAYS A WEEK All Sizes— Commercial and us $9.50 a up ire roof-Y ou Lock It ou th Key TDY erso nel W elcom e! LIGHTED FOR YOUR PROTECTION Mgr. Property a A ll im blood that was collected was taken to the Regional Red Cross Blood Bank in Waco to be distributed as needed. (Photo by P. Stack) Walker of the 391st Sig. Co. Blood Bud- dy a two-day blood drive for the...

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