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

I Friday March 1 1974 Why are you staying in? Sergeant James Thomas likes his job and likes to talk about it. “I’m in light vehicle maintenance. And every day there’s something different. That’s what keeps it interesting. “Whenever I go home my friends are always complaining about their jobs. And some of them aren’t even working! “But I like what I do. And my wife and I like the life. The shopping’s good. The schools are good. And the medical service is great. So we’re making it fine’.’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL The Army's what you make of it And I’m makin’it 1 mM. pag-* Nine-A

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

i'age Ten-A Lieutenant General Allen M. Burdett Jr. Ill Corps and Ft. Hood commander will be the honored guest and speaker for the Second An- nual ort Hood Chapter Warrant Officer Association 1 Ball on March 8 1974 at the Ft. Hood O fficers’ Open Mess. The event is scheduled in the FHOOM Main Ballroom beginning with cocktails at 6:30 p.m. Dinner will be ser- i.ved at 7:30 p.m. followed by dance music provided by the 1st Cavalry Division Combo. Approximately 175 Warrant Officers belong to the local chapter of the United States Warrant Officer Association headed by CW04 Lloyd D. Kirksey. A primary goal of the Ft. Hood chapter is to obtain the support through member- ship of the 750 plus warrant officers assigned to Ft. Hood and of the retired warrant of- ficers in this area. 8TH ENG. BN. Officers’ wives of the 8th Eng. Bn. met recently in the home of Mrs. Douglas Coolidge for their February coffee. Mrs. Wayne West ser- ved as co-hostess. A a in ’s theme prevailed as the business 1 mee...

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

I Friday arch 1 1974 9 This menu is prepared by Bonnie a lle r the food management counselor for the Army community ser- vices. Hamburger Hot Dish lb. ground beef Vi onion chopped 2 green pepper chopped 1 cup macaroni 1 can tomato soup Vi cup cheese cubed salt. Brown beef and onions. Cook macaroni separately. Then combine all ingredients. Bake at 350 degrees until cheese melts. 4 to 5 servings. ... Vegetable-burger soup Vi lb. ground beef 2 cup water 1 can tomatoes 1 8-0z. can tomato sauce 2 packages mixed vegetables V\ cup chopped onion Brown meat. Drain off fat. Add water and remaining in re ie ts S im er 30 minutes. 4 to 5 servings. Mexican Casserole 3 cups cooked dry beans 1 cup tomatoes 2 chopped green pepper Vi cup chopped onion Vi tsp. salt 1 tsp. chili powder 4 strips bacon (opitional) Coihbine all ingredients ex- cept bacon. Pour into greased baking dish. Arrange bacon strips on top. Bake one hour at 350 degrees. 4 servings. Eggs with cheese 3 T. butter 4 T. flour 1 T. salt...

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

Page Twelve-A A I'm Loyalty is a two way street I By •Loyalty as defined by Webster means faithfulness or faithful adherence to a person government cause dOty etc. ■As we think about this meaning it becomes con- fusing on just what loyalty is all about. Particularly when one asks “how can a soldier be loyal to his im- rrfediate supervisor the Army or his job all at the same time?” One would think then that the individual soldier faces many challenges attempting to give faithful adherence to a person in his chain of command to his job and to Army Rules and Regulations. -Loyalty one of the desired leadership traits is con- sidered by some officers and NCOs as that which subordinates must give to superiors. They advocate that loyalty only goes up. It’s asinine to think that loyalty is a one way street and that it should be un- divided as far as the individual soldier is concerned. History reminds us of various forms of undivided loyalty. Like Nazism the NCO that mared a platoon of- men...

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

Friday March 1 1974 The commander 1st Sqdn. 9th Cav. 1st Cav. Div. at Ft. Hood announced that his unit 4 plans to conduct low level A course in Prescribed Load List (PLL) Repair Parts Specialist will begin March 25 for four weeks. Classes will meet from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in Bldg. 1822 48th St. and attalion Ave. A 0 9 $0 :W I •X ft 549 W. Hwy. 190 Haricer I Heights 699-6261 S Nap trips coming up for Cav. “nap of the earth” helicopter ter training over areas of central Texas The training scheduled for March 5 and 6 will cover the area 25 miles north and west of Gatesville near Evant. Nap of the earth flying is a at altitudes of not more than 50 feet and will for training involve flights of eight OH- 58 helicopters from the First OUR Team’s Air Cavalry Combat Brigade. There will be absolutely no “buzzing” of any homes or other populated areas or of iv to a iv is spokesman said and unless an emergency arises no lan- dings will be made except on the property of per...

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

Page Fourteen-A T* V* SUGGESTIONS PAY. One night as duty officer 1st Lt. Freeman Shell hit upon the bright idea that lights turned on by the duty section when the section closes for the day are really an energy waste. He suggested “Rather than having the section turn on the lights during the day’s light when they close for the day these lights could be turned on by duty officers inspecting each building for a a a in A S W A a a E O a REG. *33® 8-TRACK TAPE CASE model A 1 5 6 molds 2 4 cartridges sugg. Rich Walnut Cabinet Removable Hinged Plastic Dust Cover Velvet Lined Compartments security checks later in the evening at dusk.” This suggestion won for Shell a $25 check from the Incentive Awards Committee in the 13th Spt. Bde. Before handing Shell his check Special Troops Bn. commander Lt. Col. Robert Ebbole shows the suggestor the turned-off light which gave Shell his initial idea. (Photo by C. Potter) COLOR: Black SIZE: 8 3 12 1 1 14 ACCESSORIES: Earphone Batteries SALE PRICE $ 169...

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

Friday March 1 1974 ONLY SPORTS le te is to By JERRY REED He can’t split the Red Sea with a whisper of the voice he can’t walk on the water with the greatest of ease he can’t even move a mountain. But Holy Moses! he can just about do everything else. Who is this guy? This guy that is so versitle. Where does he come from? What is his name? Ladies and gentlemen please welcome warmly Mr. Kyle Rote Jr. Superstar No Kyle Rote Jr. can’t do the many things that were accomplished by the Messiah but put a tennis racket bowling ball or golf club in his hand and just see the miracles he can perform. Perhaps he can’t make the lame man walk or make the blind man see but he by the same token is not foreign to the scrip- ture of the “good book”. His pulpit varies from the diving board to the bat- ter’s box and his message is driven home with every word uttered from the mouth of his All-American Boy from Dallas Texas. With the title came $25000 for his first place finish plus $300 for each of the 4...

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

^age Two-B 4* By ARTH ESCH With a big crowd of lively and enthusiastic well-wishers on hand to cheer both sides the 1st Bn. 41st Inf. (1/41 In- f.) and 17th Eng. Bn. met on Tuesday Feb. 19 for the 2nd Arm d. iv. asketball League championship. Only moments earlier the 1/41 Inf. had qulified for the SINK IT!—with an assist from Gary pelaney (12) Frank Hargrove (center) cjf the 17th Engineers goes up for two 'With the exception of a few races in the Dependent Youth Activities basketball wars njost of the leaders look like they are ere to stay however anything can hap- pen in the remaining few weeks of play. *The races in each of the three leagues are shaping up iijto big separation of the best teams from the other clubs. 'In the Senior League the 76’ers are leading their race with a 6-1 mark but the Nets afe right behind with a 5-2 fetjord. The Squires and the Racers are in the last two places with records of 3-4 and 6-7- respectively. 1 The leaders in the Inter- mediate League are the...

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

Friday March 1 1974 -i% JERRY REED Sports Editor The late Jim Croce put it best when he said “you don’t tug on Superman’s cape” in his hit song Don’t Mess Around With Jim This record in perhaps describes the 1974 Powerlif- ting Championships which I’VE GOT IT John Morgan lifting in the 165-pound division shows his concentration in the dead lift com- petition. Morgan did a personal best of 475 pounds in EASY DOES IT Jerome Bell winner of 181-pound class comes up on his squat portion of the powerlift tour- nament held last Saturday at the 13th. Support Gym. Bell had a total of 1250 CARE FREE hen you are in volved in an accident Claim ad ju te to help here ev you might be. CARE FREE when your policy needs to be renewed Advance renewal notice Extended pay- ent plans. CARE FREE when you change cars. Local representatives near over 100 military bases. I pounds lifted which was the most ac- cumulated he bench pressed 315 pounds and dead lifted 500 pounds. (Photo by John J. De Verennes) ISN...

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

Page Four-B A .championship sports car competition will be held in Temple on Sunday March 3 By ARTH ESCH Look out Houston they come! It’s on to the Texas state baske.tball tournament for the 2nd Armd. Div. “Destroyers” basketball team. The “Destroyers” won the district title last weekend at Central Texas College and will now journey to Houston to battle eleven of the other best teams in the state on March 9-10.1 The HOW cagers lived up to their nam by winning four consecutive games in the dojiltle elim in a tio to r- nament at CTC. I jt according to an announ- cem en by Jo ining re id of th exas ry ante a as uch rigger and the “Destroyers” had to come out of their zone defense and play a full-court press. here a “Ekestroyers” meta team frotn^Gatesville and it was a disaster for Gatesville. Th£'parting five for the 2nd Arrrtd. Div. team played only about the first ten minutes but that didn’t help hold the score down as the bench played very well. Seven players hit in double figures l...

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

Friday March 1 1974 4 By JOHN BRENNER Social Actions Drag Abase Officer Alcoholism is one of those emotionally filled words that faring a variety of images to mind. The typ ica wino charac- terized by the shabby clothes shoddy appearance street gutter existence and broken bottle is a good example of the alcoholic image. The surprising fact is that only three per cent of the alcoholics are skid row it is a lc lis im a The remaining 97 per cent have jobs families and are other- wise normal except for their dependence on a chemical drug. It has been sta tistica lly demonstrated that one out of very 11 rin rs has a If 0 iJl- 5 ft 1 Name .......... .............. (Typ* or Print) lost Present Address ........... (Uw fencil) Born (Date) ........................ Name of Nearest Relative Enlistment .......................... I 1 Wt Alcoholism is faceted problem with alcohol. There are no proven theories for why almost 10 per cent of our in in la tio is th re ate a lc however this is a fact t...

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

i*age Six-B Activities for all available I I CRISIS GARDENING One of th fo rseen byproducts of the energy crisis may well be a surge of interest in home gardening and vegetable growing. A trip to the grocery store brings the sudden realization that we’re paying more and get- ting less. |*v I (q All of this adds up to a per- fect setting for a rebirth of home gardening. But before you begin listing excuses such as lack of a garden plot or even a yard or balcony realize that all that is needed is a pot (a bucket or milk carton will work equally well) dirt and a few seeds. In spite of what you may have been hearing lately you don’t have to love or talk to you plants to have them grow. A moderate amount of attention is all that is really needed. Whatever your level of in- terest or expertise the Fort Hood Libraries can offer you books on all aspects of growing-it-yourself from pot to one acre plot. If your still a bit reluctant two titles guaranteed to whip up a little en th sia sm are ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 March 1974

W- Tr? “1 "i 1 1974 a Corn Flakes Safeway. Family Favoritef' 12-ox. Box Iodized Salt Mrs. Wright's. Raspberry. Safeway Special! S 7 0 -U Orange Juice Bel-air. Frozen. 100% Pure Orange Juice From Florida. Strawberries Bel-air. Sliced. Frozen. Delicious! Safeway Special! Fruit Drinks Cragmont. Full of Flavor! Great With Snacks! Cleanser Powder. White Magic. Removes Stains! kat-nip. For Everyday Feeding! Thrifty! Safeway Special! Dog Food Pooch. Economical! Stock Up Now! or -A ain. Crawn .la I O instant Tea S' 85i Tomato Catsup Salad Dressing £“77 Tomato Soup 124 Jelly Rolls 5 Safeway Special! Safeway Special! Safeway Special! Cat Food 11-oz. Pkg. English Muffins Crashed Wheat Brown & ServeTwin Diet Drinks f| Apple Sauce Shortening Tasty Nuggets Safeway Special! 31 Battte25* Highway 12-01. Mrs. Wright's Pkg. 14-ex. Bread. Skylark Loaf Rolls. 12-Couut. 13-ox. Skylark Pkg. Cragmont. Sparkling Flavor! CtHIS oiJaCI^ 12 Rayal Satin 314 $159 16-az. Can Tawn Hauta 3-Lb Con L? 864 N a Dag ...

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

I J| 4 ir$«$ i'age Eight-B /4N S W S Hie interest rate on Series Ex- Savings Bonds is raised from 5 Yz per cent to 6 per ■cent for bonds issued on or after December 1 1973 when held to maturity. The new maturity period for E bonds issued on or after December 1 is reduced from 5 years 10 months to five years. Interest rates on all outstanding E bonds and Freedom Shares are also raised one half per cent effective with the first semiannual interest period beginning on or after Decem- ber 1 1973. No action by owners is necessary to enjoy the higher rates. Effective January 1 1974 the annual limit on Series E bonds is $10000 face amount ($7500 issue price). Q. What Savings Bonds are affected by the new 6-percent rate? A. All series E and Savings Bonds—both new and outstanding issues. Q. How is interest paid on the Bonds? A. Series E Bonds are ac- crual-type securities sold at 75 percent of face value. In- terest is paid by gradual in- crease in redemption value. E Bonds now mature in 5 y...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 March 1974

rid ay arch 1 1974 WANT YOUR PICTURE TAKEN? Spec. 5 Donald J. Heinz of the 48th Med. Bn.’s “B” Co. waits for the next customer to step up to his special photo studio. The camera is a polaroid-like A HOW dining facility adds another trophy to its inven- tory. The 1st Bn. 50th (Mech.) Inf. Dining acility was awarded the Commanding ra l’s Honor Trophy Tuesday morning February Major General Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. Com- wander made the presen- tation to Chief Mess Steward Sfc. Wilbur Childers on behalf of the men working in that facility. S a Class Childers gave credit for the success of the facility to the men saying They’re all pulling together to get to the top.” Childers also said that the relationship between his cooks and the soldiers they save is very good. Of course som of the credit be given to Childers who has been with the 1st Bn. 50th Inf. since January 1972. In December 1 1973 he initiated a program that gave every man working in the mess hall a chance to be Chief Stew...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 March 1974

Page Ten-B MONDAY MABCH 4 8:38 Care and Concern 8:43 Pneumatic Tools: Nail Driver A Wood Borer 9:00 Types of Discharge Certificates 9:46 Operation of the M-151 Series %-Ton Trk 10:00 Outside Nomenclature A Disassy of M16K1 10:42 106mm Gun Tank M60 Intro 11:00 Income Tax 11:14 CBR Period 1 Pt' 1 12:28 Care and Concern 12:43 Preventive Maintenance Com- munications 1:00 Redeye Air Defense Guided Msl System 1:16 Tac Employment of Div Arty Pt 1 2:00 Construction of Firing Charts 2:26 Duty Honor and Country 3:00 The Will to Live 3:50 Med S elf elp: A rtificial Respiration 4:10 PM: Fixed Fire Ext Sys M60A1 Tank 5:28 Care and Concern 5:43 Green Scene Nr. 1 Your Army Today 6:00 CTC Promotional Film 6:15 Acres of Sorghum 6:30 CTC Presents: Feminine Safety 7:28 Care and Concren 7:43 Green Scene Nr. 6 8:01 Tomorrow Isn’t Soon Enough TUESDAY MABCH 5 8:27 Timber Trestle Bridges 9:00 Vehicle Recovery 9:45 Protect Your Hearing 10:00 Closed Breech Scavenger Sys MG0A2 Pts 1A2 11:01 Up PiU Down Pill 1...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 March 1974

Friday arch 1 1974 $ a? r? P* I *M Lab and the 142nd Motor Pool. “The Photo Lab” accor- I .■ ding to Sposito “turns out As more finished prints than the rest of the labs on post put together and works around s'- the clock.” He placed the f: credit on the shoulders of a l e 1 Z.’V* v}'^’ Jefferey the peripatetic lensman for the Ft. Hood SENTINEL trekked to sunny Florida this week to search the sky blue waters off shore for the rare stick fish. Divorcing himself from all metallic trinkets Jeff donned a scuba suit and spent hours under the surface of the Gulf seeking the piscatorial rarity. Because of his dexterity with an underwater skillet Jeff managed to lure AH ONE AH TWO AH THREE YOU CAN’T GET MUCH MORE TUNEFUL THAN THIS ALL-TIME GREAT? BACK FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 9 6 0 AND WITH Fiv a it BELT “SOUND OF MUSIC" WILL DELIGHT EVERYONE? SING 'ALONG TOMORROW AT THEATRE 1 AND .NEXT SAT AT PALMER? Every once in awhile you will find a group of men that make themselves indispen- sible to ...

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

Page Twelve-B Sentinel ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice to Public 010 S I E IN O E A SERVICE Your Home Our Office $5.00 Daily 9 to 9 bv appointment Call marry C. Schirm er.(USA ret) 634-0685 _____________________________ (3-15) BUSINESS SERVICES B'king Tax Service 031 MARY DILLON I N O E A ASSISTANCE 100 E. RANCIER AT 2ND ST. 526-4542 Ofc. 634-1906 Home (3/1) HAVE PENCIL WILL TRAVEL Income tax returns prepared in your home. Phone 547-5961 or 773-5536. INCOME TAX REFUND TIME Fast Courteous Service ($4 & Up) YEAR ROUND TAX & BOOKKEEPING Two Locations: Henry L. Linder Cowhouse MOTOR Hotel (Next to Chamber of Commerce) Cart D. Ogle 404 North Gray (Old arter Printing Bldg.) SEE US FIRST! Brand New 19 Inch Portable with Built-in Antena. Rented bv the Day Week or Month. Come bv and Make 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. Upholstery 046 7 PiECE LIVING room suit $19...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 March 1974

Friday arch 1 1974 jraiBNnjL HOMELUMBER CO. INC. George Leonhard Owner OPEN: 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM Sot. 7:30-5:00 COPPERAS COVE'S Homo Improvement Center 102 S. 1st—547-2131 Public Schools Message Parents of III Corps and Ft. Hood Children Our local communities will observe the 24th annual Texas Public Schools Week during the period March 4 through 8. This occasion marks the 120th year of public sc ls in exas. The tire illeen educational system will open its doors to all of us so. that we ay visit the many schools and become more aware of the fine education our children are receiving. This is an excellent opportunity for all of us to see first-hand the progress our children are making in school and observe the latest innovations in teaching methods and training aids used in the Killeen public schools. I encourage all Fort Hood parents to join me in visiting our children’s schools. ALL N E W Allen M. Burdett Jr. Lt. General USA' Commanding 1 HEAR THE SENSATIONAL HAMMOND "SOUNDER* ORGAN ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 March 1974

^r'*’' '*v *v ?age Fourleen-B & f4 my lr K-. 1 9 FCoM: Tr: Cc/HilBics: ii ^SIGNATURE 1 I1 I1 ii 1 I iii ii 1 I 1 1 1 I a A I O A NAMEL— 3 a I N PHONE:. IL Se APPRSSS CITY ___ mm Downtown Killeen UNIT 5LDe fs) SWING INTO SPRING! And Swing Into Feldt’s ". ". 7' v. •. .' Killeens Men’s Fashion Corner AND JUST IN TIME FOR YOUR EASTER SELECTION! FOR THE LATEST IN MEN’S SMARTLY TAILORED SUITS RY LUCASINI MERIT & FASHION-BJLT! To Compliment your Choice of Clothing Feldt’s Features New Selections In Short or Long Sleeve Dress Shirts By Golden Vee & Bardon of California FINEST IN TIES BY REPELLO & BRIAR SHOES BY FRENCH & SHRINE SOX BY BURLINGTON AND JUST EVERYTHING IN FINE SPORTSWEAR FOR THE MAN! QUALITY CLOTHING AT REASONABLE PRICES! in 6 0 I 7 7 6 5 -f^ W 2. OPEN late evenings 8th & Ave. * ..- .-.-. .- gp -rft J* &m TEXAS WHEEL STANDING CHAMPION 15x414 VW FORT HOOD SENTINEL factory and Warehouse Reps Will Be ANNIVERSARY THE FUN PLACE TO SHOP FOR EVERYTHING NIGH ...

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