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

VOL. 33 NO. 1 Everyone loses Military members at Ft. Hood are having their wallets picked daily and aren’t even aware of it as shoplifting and pilferage takes its toll at this CenTex post. The problem is not confined to this area. Recently the news media addressed shoplifting and pilferage as a nation-wide problem. Despite the fact that the individuals involved in the shoplifting are only a bare minority of the total post- supported population the thieves ripped off merchan- dise at a higher percentage of sales in comparison to a similar period last year. As might be expected the Post Exchange system was the hardest hit. An Installation Clubs official insisted that the PX system was not the only group of facilities being plagued by “thieves”. “Thieves I have thieves” he insisted pointing out that it was a scant minority of the people doing the pilfering. The official interviewed by telephone just prior to his scheduled visit to the Provost Marshal’s Office to report the theft of two...

Publication Title: Fort Hood Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 March 1974

‘r Page Two-A By R. KWASNIEWSKI £own thru the ages men and women striving for an education have been subjec- ted to name-calling. They were “eggheads four-eyes The rain etc. and like ate on a sto ne this irritation caused some to end their quest for a diploma. The loss of these people has hampered the advancement of society. An article by Ken Purdy published in “Second Youth” in -1920 derides those who forget that without those ‘eggheads’ their existence could not be justified. He points out that the world when it is a place worth living in is run by eggheads. The suspicion lingers in our history that the student/in- tellectual is not to be trusted. The Horatio Alger maxim that virtue is its own reward and thru hard work a man or woman would be a success. Mr. Alger’s books influenced a generation of such ideas while he died in poverty. Train For Law E rfirw neit VA APPROVED STATE POLICE DETECTIVE COUNTY MARSHAL HARBOR PATROL DEPUTY SHERIFF BAILIFF CITY POLICE Intellectuals are essen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 March 1974

Friday March 15 1974 Fast promotions given A 2nd Arm d. Div. .m an credited with nearly single- handedly putting 43 deadlined tanks back on the road was spot-promoted by Division dr. a j. A. Fair in the Hell on Wheels promotion policy for outstan- ding soldiers. (atnfb /ANSWERS IQ. My husband a World War II veteran named his mother as beneficiary on his $10000 GI insurance. Can the Veterans Administration designate me as beneficiary if I request it? A No. Only the veteran may change his beneficiary. I’m due to get my degree next January but my GI Bill entitlement expires next Novem ber. Will the Veterans Administration discontinue my payments af- ter November? A No. Since your en- titlement expires after the semester has begun VA will continue payments until the end of the semester. -O PEN McDonald's I Wayne D. Thompson a PLL (Prescribed Load List) clerk with Hq. & Hq. Co. 2nd Bn. 66th Armor received his Spec. 4 pins this week in a brief ceremony outside his of- fice in the batt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 March 1974

xr ‘W Page Four-A v.* s. 1 •P.*. .* .* 5-:-. «r*»* •r* & ■u*. ■u4. of’ l»« .1. *.. t-: i*.' f. «v*. v.*r 4 **. 4 4 v*.4 A *.4 fx a Sf I*4. 4 %*.* 10 gallons are 10 gallons llln to Janie Monttn«. Not very long ago the Army-Air Force Exchange Service sent forth a message to all its service stations declaring that due to a great famine upon the land there would be a limitation of 10 gallons of gas to be sold at each purchase. However as is always the case there are those who attempt to find ways of beating the system and filling their own in this case tanks. The easiest way for the motorist to beat the atten- dant unless one happens to be your best friend and will fill it for you anyway is to slip into the self-ser- vice lane and “accidentally” fill up your tank a tank that holds 20 gallons and only had five ounces left in it when you jerked and coughed your way into the station. After all what can the attendant say? One atten- dant at the local PX service station indicated that he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 March 1974

I Friday March 15 1974 I I gaint Patrick's Casady and Casady (incor- porated) area recruiter’s ‘dream come true’. It isn’t every day two enter a recruiter’s office and want to join the Army together only asking their first duty station be together.” A cco rd in to vt. J. Casady the Army meant job security.’’ “I enlisted because I want to be a career military man” said Pvt. 2 R. Casady ‘‘and if I have the chance I’d like to go to Officer Can- didate School (OCS).” Just because both Casadys are natives of Kansas and are of ed iu height medium build and have brown hair and eyes they are not the Bobsey Twins! They are however the latest husband and wife team in the 13th Spt. Bde. Twenty-year old Joyce a recent graduate of the WAC basic training course at Ft. cC lellan A la. was a RECORD SHOP 325 AVE. D-DOWNTOWN KILLEEN Love Song S ANNE MURRAY Capitol GRAND FUNK We’re An American Band Capitol tf We Make It Through December MERLE HAGGARD W: -* thrifty Capitol CapMol 17$ MAR. li I is uo is...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 March 1974

Page Six-A A TALKING DOG? “I’d like to have the name of a dog maybe a talking toy $g that wouldn’t bite.” Why? “Because I*d like to have a puppy. Maybe I would N Story by S. McClendon Photos by Ivan Foster “DO YOU HAVE A MAN WHO MAKES everybody. It’s Sgt. Nixon!” Rudolph YOU GO ‘TEN-HUT’?” es Jackson is the son of SSG. and Mrs. everybody does. “I bet I know who he Rudolph S. Jackson 62nd S&S 13th Spt. is I know ’cause he’s been doing it to fide. (Photo by Ivan Foster) just like that for a name. Puppy.” Ron- nie Pate is the son of Sgt. and Mrs. Ronnie Pate Combat Support 2nd/50th 2nd Armor. Div. (Photo by Ivan Foster) By Did you know that the 2nd Armor. Div. has a Spec. 4 Daniel Boone? How about Sfc. LeRoy Brown is he as ‘bad’ as the popular song tells it? Is vt 2 George Burns or Sgt. Jerry Lewis funny and is Pfc. Michael Cain sexy? Is Pvt. 1 John Connolly involved in politics and is Pvt. 2 John Wesley Hardin a marksman? How a S 4 A ndrew Jackson is he known to his friends as Old...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 March 1974

Friday March 15 1974 Recently DivArty 2nd Ar- md. Div. held an awards ceremony at Palmer Theatre to honor men who had done an especially outstanding job in the performance of their military duties. Awards were presented to those le te as NCO Soldier and Driver of the uarter. The NCO of the Quarter was Sgt. Michael Rader HHB 1st Bn. 3rd wield A rty S pecialist 4 Donald W. Siegman Hq. & Hq. Btry. 1st Bn. 78th Field Arty. was chosen Soldier of th a and Pfc William E. Kneeskem Btry. “B” 1st Bn. 14th Field Ar- ty. was named Driver of the Quarter. eupm ade a AH Reenlistm ents in the 2nd Armd. Div. are not uncom- mon but not many take place in the hospital. That however is exactly what happened last week. S a S O. Brewington of the Combat Support Co. 1st Bn. 67th Arm. reenlisted for six more years from his bed in Damall Army Hospital. ■When a why he reenlisted in the hospital he replied that he found himself “short in the Army and long ii) the hospital.” |T a iv of South Carolina is a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 March 1974

Page Eight-A 8TH ENG. BN. The Officer’s Wives of the !8th Eng. Bn. held their mon- thly coffee in the home of ’Mrs. David Draper Copperas cove. Mrs. Joel Sauer served •as co-hostess. In conjunction with the cof- •fee a baby shower was held !for rs. Ja Leach. [Following the shower and ■refreshments Mrs. John [Momeier conducted the business meeting. It was reported by Mrs. Douglas Collidge that the bat- Italion bakesale was very suc- ce ssfu l. The wives are •donating $170 to the VA hospital. Plans for the German din- ner night were made. The 'dinner will be held in the -home of Mrs. David Draper .'with Hq. Company serving as host. The wives of the battalion will be bringing canned goods for the ACS Emergency Food 'Boxes at the next coffee to be -hosted by Mrs. James Kievit 'and Mrs. Charles Rydell. 1ST BN. 6TH FA A are luncheon A warm and sunny hello from the good folk in Sun Country the 13th Spt. Bde. this is Willie your local sun- beam reporting the hap- penings in the brightest pl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 March 1974

P?V: friday March 15 1974 This menu is prepared by 'Bonnie a lle r the food ^management counselor for -the Army community ser- vices-' 1 v- A '. vy'.v5|_ 1 Grilled bean sandwiches 8 slices bread cups cooked beans Cheese slices optional Butter outsides of sandwiches and rili on both sides. Plain muffins legg beaten 4 salad il 2 cups flour cup ilk 4 sugar 1 3 tsp. Baking powder tsp. salt Add all ingredients together and ir til flo is moistened. Batter ill till be iumpy. ill muffin cups full. Bake 20 to 25 minutes at 400 re wakes 12 fnedium muffins. Sunshine carrots 4 medium carrots IT sugar 1 tsp. cornstarch tsip. salt cup orange juice 2 butter Slice carrots crosswise on the bias in 1 inch thick pieces. Gook til tender 15 minutes. Meanwhile combine Sugar cornstarch salt in small pan. Add juice cook tirrin co sta tly til (hide. Boil 1 minute. Add but- ter. Pour over hot carrots Joss lightly and serve. 4 ser- vings. Cottage cheese-egg sand- 8 slices bread 4 chopped hard cooked eggs cups...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 March 1974

Page Ten-A Beer bust .‘ 4 scheduled Just about everyone in the lArmy has been to a beer Ibust. Perhaps in the Motor jPool after duty hours or over at a friend’s house. Just a [few buddies getting together to relax and enjoy some suds. But ya’ll are in Texas now and when the 2nd Armd. jDiv. puts on a Beer Bust 'you know it’s going to be the •biggest and the best ever. Over 300 gallons of the cool Ibrew will be on tap and for I non-drinkers four kegs of cola will be available. About |45 gallons of chili 40 gallons jof spaghetti 70 loaves of garlic bread 15 lbs. of pret- jzels and 70 lbs. of potato jdiips will be served to the approximately 1000 Officers (W arrant O ffic rs and tSergeants Major and their ’ladies expected to attend. Two Beer Busts were held |last year in September and ^November. According to 2nd {Lt. Bill Brewster of the 502nd (Finance who attended they 'were both enormous suc- 'cesses. In a recent interview 'Brewster said “Everybody ‘had a very good time. It was ja lot...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 March 1974

Friday March 15 1974 By LINDA PRELLWITZ When the enlisted WACs of Ft. Hood trudged down to Theater No. 1 last Thursday they were expecting to hear the voice of rig. Gen. Mildred C. Bailey director of the Womens Army Corps. However the general had a little su rp rise for them Before she began her speech she gave those enlisted WACs a chance to hear from her top enlisted advisor Sgt. Maj. a E Sergeant Major Richmond told the group I feel that our Corps will be in excellent hands with you people here a rry in on th orp^’ name.” She has served with the of- fice of the WAC director since December 1968 as Ser- feant Major in the Office of the Director Women’s Army orps. She a ts as the primary advisor to the direc- tor on enlisted personnel mat- a of a ministration in the same of- fice. She spends much of her tim trav elin with Gen. Bailey visiting WAC enlisted women stationed the WAC units throughout the United S a a a The native of Cazenovia and Syracuse N.Y. is the only female enlisted...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 March 1974

Page Twelve-A Sometimes a good man leaves the Army for a bad reason. Pressure. The kind he gets from some of the people around him. So we’ve gathered together some of the more frequently heard gripes complaints harassments and put-downs. And we’ve put down the facts. We know that there isn’t an army of cranks out there. But we also know that the few there are can make it tough on a guy who’s trying to make an important decision. This way you’ll have the answers the next time someone questions your decision to reenlist. "They1l promise you anything to get you to reenlist.” That’s a big one. You hear it all the time. And the irony of it is it’s true. But not the way your buddies mean it. First you have to make it as civilians reenlist.” qualify for whatever it is you want to reenlist for. If you do we put your choice in writing. Along with your own under- standing of the agreement in your own hand- writing. So there’s no chance of misunder- standing each other. Then if something goes ...

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

$ 1 By JOHN GRABOWSKI “Let Bacchus' sons be not dismayed But join with me each jovial blade Come booze and sing and lend your aid To help me with the chorus.” In the half century between 1820 and 1870 nearly two-and-one-half-million Irish left their native island and immigrated to the United States more than from any other nation in the world in that period. They left a nation torn with religious and political strife and during the 1840’s by the failure of the country’s key potato crop. That loss brought on a famine and resultant sicloiess which left more than 250000 Irish peasants dead in its wake. They found in the young America a land of oppor- tunity and promise. Once the War of 1812 ended for the United States and it had ended once and for all the question of its independent existence the country turned from ar to the activity of expansion. There was too a surge of nationalistic spirit as pioneers turned to the vast new lands of the west. That exodus continued virtually unabate...

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

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

Friday March 15 1974 SPORTS Pitch’n & rin’n By JERRY REED When Charley Pride walked onto the playing field last week in Pompano Beach Florida he wasn’t in- troduced as the star of stage screen and television. Pride was like any other athlete participating in '.spring training for the American League’s Texas Rangers. Yes I’m talking about “the” Charley Pride the C&W singing star. He’s the same guy who used to make his living playing the sport. No spring training is nothing new to Charley. His income no longer depends on whether he can smash a double off the wall or make a shoe-string catch but that doesn’t stop his participation. This is Pride’s first spring with the Rangers his hometown team but its not his first type of exposure to preparing for the regular season. For the last four •.years the former player has worked out with the Milwaukee Brewers. It was his first action since he turned in his glove for a guitar back in 1961. Baseball has become second nature to Charley ...

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

Page Two-B Hit ByARTHESCH 'Last weekend the 2nd Ar- md. Div. basketball team the Destroyers represented the Central Texas area in the an- nual Texas recreation basket- ball tournament. Sixteen teams from all parts of the state journeyed to* to Recreation Center to compete for trophies and titles in a $ a Wjaters polluted In their most recent meeting Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission mem- be)rs voted to oppose as a matter of policy the disposal of!dredge spoil in wetlands if Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment staff members deter- mine the disposal area has particularly valuable or unique esthetic or ecological qualities. in the policy coastal wetlands are defined as mar- shes grass flats ecologically valuable bay bottoms and island rookeries and inland wetlands include marshes swamps and oxbow lakes. W HEELS O TEXAS 3 0 0 wy 4 4 0 S Ki ll een 6 3 4 7 5 1 8 US ED A S W I A N N S E MILES OP EN 8 to 8 Daily W S a In a a Starting at 5 4 2 grueling two-day tournament. The Destoyer’s opposi...

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

Friday March 15 1974 .♦ .. I By JERRY REED Sports Editor The only state in the coun- try with a Greek motto is California. That state’s motto if E a which in layman’s language means “I found It.” The rs of the CenTex Model Masters Qub will perhaps adopt this motto for their club many are proclaiming that they have found something really The discovery made be the members of this particular club if flying miniature air- planes via the radio control. For a number of years now it has been something of a flying axiom in the South- west: when you see a model airplane soaring in the air there is usually a small child at the end of the con- trols. Quite the contrary in the CenTex Model Masters most of the members gave up their GETTING IT READY A member of the Centex Model Masters Qub checks over his plane before he puts it into operation. Sunday the Model Masters will The following is the Sentinel Sports Quiz which in- dudes questions in all different sports: 1.) In March 1958 a boxer won t...

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

Page Four-B .^ S rdady—the Big Event is (oijiing up. The 1974 Post 'Weightlifting Championships sponsored by Post Recreation Services Sports Branch is 'going to take place April 17 & il8 at the 13th Spt. Bde. Gym efl. Warehouse Ave. Unit $ri£le and individual satisfac- tion will be at state in the tag event as the “strongest ien” will represent each Evasion. i’ ^Entry blanks may be pitted up at any one of the Gyjns on post. All entry hdanks must be turned in to either 13th Spt. Gym Post €$m 1 Cav. Gym or 2AD Gyin no later than April 15 1974. Units sending in a idster should use the letter of tyitgnt (Ft. Hood Reg. 28-44). AH- letters of intent must be turned in to Sports Branch Bldg. 2301. on Hdqs. Ave. by April 15. Large first and second Phillips Win JJate Phillips a former Ronca ity Oklahoma esid en who attended Nebraska-Omaha edged two- tim NCAA cham pion Darrell Keller of Oklahoma Stale 1-0 to highlight the long ’s Open Freestyle Wrestling Tour- nament at Norman High School ...

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

Friday March 15 1974 cont. from IB “We think this course will provide a real challenge to the riders” Capt. Phillpotts said “and if it doesn’t then we haven’t done it correctly because enduro-type racing is meant to push man and a in a uch as possible.” By the nature of the race a rider is virtually alone as he wheels his bike through the course because com- petition is not directly against other rideres but against the clock. And competition against the clock begins the minute a rider hands his bike over to race officials on March 29. At that time each bike is placed in an impound area and the rider may not touch it again for repairs or maintenance until 15 minutes before he is scheduled to start the race. Also the machine may not be started until it hs left the im- pound area and is in the star- ting position. Three riders will leave the starting area every minute beginning at 8 a.m. on March 30 and each rider is sup- posed to clear nine check- points at a specified time to avoid ...

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

A Page Six-Bl Recreation Services Bus to San Antonio We are going to San An- tonio! The Bus is departing Fri. Mar. 15 1974 at 4 p.m. from the Recreation Centers. Arrive at the USO in San An- tonio. The return to Ft. Hood will be Sun. Mar. 17 at 7 p.m. You are on your own for the weekend! If interested is it th er of th Americas The Alamo Paseo del Rio (River Walk) Ar- neson iver heater La Villita Hemis Fair Plaza and Convention Center Spanish Governor’s Palace Mexican market and any many more attractions! Brochures and information on San Antonio is available in Bldg. 2301 the Recreation Centers Directors Office and ait the Recreation Centers. For further information call £2225. Craft Classes The photo department of the Arts & Crafts Center Bldg. No. 3 Hqs. Ave. will offer instructions on “The Use of the Camera” on the first and third Wed. of each month at 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Studio Photography classes will be held on the 2nd and 4th Wed.’s of each month up- stairs in the new photo...

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