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

15 1974 By MARK SIEGWORTH This week “The Marquee” is able to start off with a very pleasant announcement. Incidental music has been planned for various spots in “A Man for All Seasons” not only during the intermission but also before the show and on two or three occasions during the show. The exact plans for when a 1 2 -0 1 fn fv & & ff/fr je qu)ottlh and how have not been made yet but CW4 Russ McCon- nell the 2d Armored Division Bandmaster has graciously offered to help us with this project not only with the choice of music and in- struments but also with musicians. There area great many op- portunities for effective use of music in this show and we Plump and Tender! Safeway Wieners for Cookouts! Pkg. Armour Hot Dogs 7*1^ \*ri —r (Mr Me*. I W Rath Wieners Beef Wieners Sliced Bologna 69 1-Lb. Easy to Prepare! Pkg. Safeway. 1-Lb. Ready te Eat! Pkg. Boneless Ham Mohawk Chieftain. ★H alf or ★Whole Strawberries $109 Safeway. Large. 1-Lb. ★Reg. er ★Thick Pkg. Cream Pies Bel-air W...

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

:£T Page Eight-B By JOHN McMlILLEN i* Decked in 1880 blue cavalrv ‘uniforms yellow scarves and 'black cavalry stetsons two •troopers of the 1st Cav. Div.’s ^Horse Cavalry Platoon will •ride in the St. Patrick’s Day 'parades in New York City •and in Boston tomorrow and 'Sunday. Spec. 5 Rick Young and ’Spec. 4 Jim Bivens are ^traveling from Ft. Hood for Ithe parade in which they will 'represent the unit and the cavalry of yesteryear at the festive march and com- memorate the important role of the Irish troopers in the ‘opening of the American West in the last century. They will be the personal •envoys of Maj. Gen. Robert 'M. Shoemaker commander ■of the First Team. In the iBoston parade Brig. Gen. Fremont B. Hodson assistant •division commander and Lt. Col. George U. Loffert com- mander of the 1st Bn. 81st Armor will also ride. The Horse Cavalry Platoon itself has a total of 32 horses six mules and a restored nineteenth-century supply wagon. The platoon is a colorful and popular unit w...

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

Friday March 15 1974 By BOB ALLEN “The Army Takes Care of Its Own” has long been the unofficial standard of Army Emergency Relief and Army Relief Society another form of self-help available to soldiers and dependents in times of financial need During the period April 1 through May 17 the 1974 Joint Annual Fund Campaign of the AER and ARS will be conducted at Ft. Hood as well as Army-wide. I “For many years Ft. Hood has supported the fine ser- A Emergency Relief and Army Relief Society” Lieutenant .General Allen M. Burdett Jr. Ill Corps and Ft. Hood ‘commander said. “The con- tinuation of these services is assured only through your personal support of the 1974 AER/ARS Combined Fund Drive.” .' Lieutenant Colonel Joseph D. Posz Deputy Provost ^Marshal and III Corps & Ft. Hood Post Campaign Chair- man echoed the remarks of Gen. Burdett and indicated his optimism that Ft. Hood Would reach or surpass the goal of $34266 established for the 1974 campaign. “This drive is covered by Army ...

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

age en-B tk Care and concern :S Equipment Serviceability Criteria The ro se N on-D isability Retirement 0:47'Radio Teletype Demo IB:00Common US Mines 0:37 CH-47 Adv Maneuvers Fid OpnB lf:00 Principles of Reconnaissance fpM .M ed Self Help: Radioactive Fallout tod Shelter ft: II .Care and Concern ?:00 :J6 Vehicle Recovery: Expedients Calibration-The Army’s Accent on Ac- fiaacy ‘l Med Self Help: Healthful living in Emergencies 2:00 Incam Tax *:14 CBR Period 1 Pt 1 $:00'P*ydhotomimatic Drugs of Aubae 33:27 Defense of the Cannons ••4:00 Mech Tng on M85 Machinegun Pt 4 A y. Si:31-The Army’s Music Men ]5:fl Care and Concern 5:26 Making of a Soldier Policeman 5:55 Williamsburg-Story of a Patriot .6:30 Healers in Uniform •47:11 Care and Concern *7:26 Which Way America *7:59 West Point the Army's Challenge TUESDAY MARCH IS %:11 Recoil Mechanism *11:30 Equip Insp Maint Worksheet DA Form 2404 j9:00 Chalk Talk on Alcholism £0:06 Scout Squad 10:30 Ballistic Aerial Target System (BATS) 11:00 Petr...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 March 1974

Friday March 15 1974 iSBia «f* !!igfWP fv^ 0 'w 8»«S*B Jefferey left Ft. Hood early in the week for Tripoli to put his two cents worth in toward easing the energy crisis. En route he snapped a simple shot of lovely Mss Pam Zinszer who is pictured as I am constantly watching and listening to people. On a bos I feel sorry for the lady in the next seat with the sore feet. I really sympathize with the bus driver when his ther- mos leaks. I enjoy people en- joying life and I dislike being anything like any other per- son. Whether you like it or not. I’m ME. SOUL BROTHER We Have It All! Also Large ariety of Sp iritual & Rock RECORDS & TAPES VAL'S HOUSE OF MUSIC 3 0 9 N 4 I Playboy’s Miss March. Although Jeff’s abilities as a diplomat are as yet un- proved his latest photographic effort demonstrates that his techniques as a lensman leave nothing to be desired. H.v ooood! LOTSA PURE BEEF In Our Hamburgers PHANTOM 1 8 th & an ie stepsiMg S »v**r. IlfePi $ ’f The 1st Bn. 14th Fid....

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 March 1974

Page Twelve-B Sentinel ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice to Public E E IS a prison visitation service fo .O .'s held in th confinement a W ite S a S a .V .S . 704 W. 25th S t. A stin exas 78705. _________________ (3-29) S I E I N O E A SERVICE our Home O ur O ffice $5.00 up aily 9 to 9 by appointment Call arrv C. S ch irm er (USA ret) 634-0885 (3-15) Lost & Found 017 LOST ale miniature Spitz a a 's ak ev iew In n. as on lack flea collar needs medical atten tio Call 778-4444 E xt. 53 or 773-5252. (3/15)___________________ BUSINESS SERVICES B'king Tax Service 031 MARY DILLON I N O E A ASSISTANCE 100 E. RANCIER AT 2ND ST. 5264542 Ofc. 634-1908 om (3/29) HAVE EN IL W ILL TRA EL Incdime ta return rep ared in voui horde. hone 547-5961 773-5536. INCOME TAX REFUND TIME ast Courteous Service ($4 & Up YEAR ROUND TAX & Two Locations: enry L. Linder Cowhouse motor Hotel (N ext to ham ber of om erce) Carl D. Ogle 404 North ray (Old arter Printing Bldg.) S E E US FIRST! (3-15) Radio TV Service 044...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 March 1974

Friday March 15 1974 “Mail call’ plays a large part in the life of a soldier. Receiving ail may be one of th a boosters in the Army. Seeing to it that the "mert and women of the 2nd Armd. Div. receive their mail as quickly as possible is the responsibility of unit postal personnel under the leader- ship of 2nd Lt. Donald Corn- best Divsion Postal Officer and aster Sgt. Donald L. Burdine' postal NCOIC. The 2nd Armd. Div. Post Office presently has a staff of 21 enlisted en to handle 2000 to 3000 pounds of mail daily a figure that triples during peak holiday seasons such as Christmas. TTie bulk .o this mail is delivered by truck to .26 units after first being sorted and bundled by postal service personnel. Mail clerks from five units pick up their unit mail personally. aster Sgt. Burdine is a veteran of 26 years in the Ar- my the last seven of those with the postal service and is very concerned with the smooth flow of the mail to all units. “Mail is important to the men** he said._“ On...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 March 1974

iv^V Page Fourteen-B HURRY BUY NOW AND SAVE ■iiiieim mu iTnliTBUumIml 5 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY AT W 0 0 W 0 ONLY SAVE WHILE THEY LAST! Model EXT19NK CHECK THE FEATURES AND THE PRICE.THIS IS THE ONE TO BUY. NOW! True No-Frost system means no manual defrosting ever Durable easy-to-clean JET-COLD* meat keeper holds up to 13.6 lbs. of fresh meats Slide-out shelves for convenience Twin porcelain-enameled crispers hold over 3/4 bushel of fresh produce Super-storage door has three full-width shelves that provide convenient storage in- cludes removable butter serving dish Big factory-installed wheels make cleanups easier ICE MAGIC® automatic ice maker optional extra 201 lb. Freezer. Widttt Aim ert Satoct Woolworth S im What ItStEs With Capable Trained Serviceman I SPECIAL FACTORY LOWERED PRICES CHOOSE THE FEATURES YOU WANT AT THE PRICE YOU WANT TO PAY. QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED. HURRY! Model LAA 5700 Woolworth Has A Credit Plan To Suit Yaw Needs I Wei Informed And Cour- I. teous Sales Peop...

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

VOL. 33 NO. 2 A By LINDA PRELLWITZ It’s that tim of year again and only 25 days to go. Yes Uncle Sam is again making bids for a portion of all wage earners’ incomes. The time has come for all to file their annual income tax return if they have not already done so. Time is creeping up on all late filers as April 15 is just around the corner. Across the country individuals become frustrated as they attempt to file their returns. At Ft. Hood the story is no different. However an individual need not become totally frustrated when he tries to figure out what his filing status is which form to use (short or long) what he can claim as exemptions a:.d how much he will have to pay to Uncle Sam. HELP IS OFFERED Help is offered to all who can’t figure out either of the forms. Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Whittington Community Center in- dividuals may receive assistance in filing their tax returns from 2nd Lt. Gary J. Chapman. Chapman offers his services to all who c...

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

Page Two •V & By R. KWASNIEWSKI t)ne of the results of war is the language created to. \define the inventions and new procedures coming into ’-use. In the military we encounter this language and !-use it daily without fully understanding why we say '!what we do and our friends and relatives also have a hard time understanding us. It is in the interest of those friends and relatives !that this article is written and for yourself. It is for Cthese people that do not go on “leave” shop at the -“commissary” or “PX” live in the “barracks” •listening to the “tattoo” before “taps” and the mor- *ning awakening of “reveille”. So that when you are *at home or whatever you can tune in their civilian -“ear” to your military vernacular. The basic foundation for our language English is “Latin. Many of our older military terms such as ^Chaplain reveille taps tattoo have this base while •radar flak jeep blitz and gremlin are recent ad- -ditions to the soldiers jargon. The first rank you have (f...

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

Friday March 22 1974 FWITON DISPLAY AREA RATON mural READING AREA WORLD WAR JL ROTATING BATTLE SANDBOX By JOHN SPANN When an informative in- teresting and highly visited building doesn’t serve its pur- pose to it ’s full extent anymore you do one of two things. One you tear it down or two you renovate it. And the latter is happening to a 2nd Armd. Div. building. To rid the 2nd Armd. Div. Museum of its railroad station’’ appearance Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair Div. Cdr. and Col. Tommie G. Smith 2nd (St. Lo.) Bde. Cdr. id at the museum needed something more than the rearrangement of the display items and that major renovation was in or- der to create a more inviting atmosphere. Colonel Smith along with rep resen tativ es from 2nd Bde. and the 17th Eng. Bn. a a of renovation which was ap- proved by Gen. Fair. What they came up with is a three a renovation program that would greatly enhance the museum’s ap- pearance. The a of the renovation which is currently under construction calls for an...

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

Page-Four Get up get out9 IE Vj Spring has sprung fall has fell etc. While the remaining lines of this somewhat dubious bit of poetry shall remain unseen it does serve the purpose of bringing out a pertinent point. Warm weather accompanied by extended hours of daylight in the afternoons has arrived in this area. Everywhere the first signs of spring are beginning to crop up—flowers blooming birds singing grass growing lawn mowers roaring and brows furrowing at the thought of mowing the lawn. And somewhere in this land a bear is breaking the bondage of hibernation and preparing for his/her debut with the outside world many for the first time. Hibernation appears to be a problem in the human populous also. Admittedly we do not have many if any of the furry beasts running around on post but Ft. Hood does have its own kind of hibernating .• animal and for many of these animals the hiber- nation period lasts year-round. The animals to which we refer of course are the soldiers who followin...

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

Friday March 22 1974 April 1 & 2 ..Montague Village ...... April 1 Apri 1 1 & 2 .Walker Village Apri 1 5 ............ ... a to Park With us all sticWhg close to home base on Sunday a lot of what e’re not spending on gas for the car we’re spending on coffee to keep the pot ever filled up. FRAMf S FRAMES FRAMES TH E PAINT BO 2 a S io a jjj GALLERY 5 Mon. Wed. Fri. Sat. 1 10 am to 4 pm 5 Wed. Nite 6:30 pm to 10 pm Art Materials & Frames Instructor Marie Brock Jones 716 Gray 526-4539 QC Kill—n 634-3521 FRAMES FRAMES FRAMES Strength Fire inspections due fo quarters FIRE INSPECTION SCHEDULE .McNair illage April 10 ......... April 3 & 4 .Chaffee Vi 11 age April 12......... Fi For The FINEST IN MEN’S & BOY’S FASHIONS ii RUTLAND’S Shop 310 Cove Terrace Copperas Cove 547-3393 Bank American! Master Charge Welcome Serving You from Two Locations N. Side Square Lampasas 556-3511 O A onum ssionct) 0 ic SljsjBotiation ol th (Hnitrb S a of A a NEW SERVICE CENTER NEAR EAST GATE 90...

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

Page Six '$1 SjA' 5 I 1 $ Vi *s ^*v '*f*% OFF WE GO INTO THE WILD BLUE YONDER Perhaps the Air Force song would be appropriate as this rider flies through the air while trail riding. Photos by Ron Shaws and Lee Tomkins ’CYCLING CERTAINLY HAS ITS UPS AND DOWNS because the entire course of the race uses established trails that are frequented by tanks and other Airborne motorcycles rocketing along at high speeds will be a familiar sight during the two days of racing. rough terrain vehicles. The trails wind over a variety of landscape that prove a real challenge to the ability of the rider and his machine. For the second year in a row Ft. Hood’s Dirt Riders Club will host an In te r- national Two Days Motor- cycle Trial. The Two Day qualifier will be held on March 30 and 31. It is an American Motor- cycle Association (AMA) san- ctioned event the first of six such events in the United States leading to the Inter- atio al Six Day rials (ISDT) in Camarino Italy. Riders must amass points in ...

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

Fridav March 22 1974 SAFE AND SOUND Sgt. Daniel Com- pton HHC’s motor sergeant checks the Units of the 13th Spt. Bde. are participating in the POV quarterly inspection as part of a st id a ty program. The inspections are being conducted a designated motor pools in the Brigade re in to a checking safety features on all of rig a registered POV’s. The main purpose of the in- spections is to insure a low accident rate and to enhance the continual maintenance of POV’s. Among the safety features being checked are tires headlights seat belts wind- shield wipers turn signals emergency warning devices loose wheel bearings and shocks. (pjr3) /ANSW ERS 3 What proportion of the adult male population of this country has had military ser- vice? A There are 55.1 million men aged 20 to 64 in the nited S a and 26.4 million or 48 percent are veterans of the Armed For- ces. I am a 20 year old student attending college un- er th a Ad*- ministration’s program for a a veterans. Now that I am married will...

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

Page Eight ecreation Services Contest Re-Scheduled The ecreation Services Outdoor Recreation Fishing Contest that was scheduled for Saturday March 16 has been re-scheduled for March 23 1974 from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Check-in ust be com- pleted by noon and weigh-ins must be completed by 6:10 p.m. For more information call the Belton Lake Fishing Marina at 685-6570. Go Carts Buzzing Ft. Hood is really buzzing these days. The Outdoor ecreation ranch Post Recreaction Services has 25 gorkarts each powered by a 49C McCullen engine. They ally go! t. od’s Sadowski Field is being used for the y3 mile course. military personnel and their dependents can ride Tues. Wed. Thur. Sat. and Sun. 1 p.m. till dusk. The cpst for riding is only 50 cents per six laps. For more information call 5-3653. Starving Artist Sale 'The Arts & Crafts Branch of Post Recreation Services will be hosting a Starving Ar- tist Sale Of Art Work Sun. arch 24 a the A rts & Crafts Center Bldg. No. 3. Art work to be sold w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 March 1974

2 1974 '*»... jM *!P oncf Margarine yvAi Canned Biscuits Tomato Soup Golden Corn Cake Mixes Dog Food Safeway Big uy! Corn Chips Cleanser Overnight Diapers Lunch Bags Party Pride. Crisp! Air Freshener A ffc ^rocade. Big Buy! —!*•«. Coo Powder. White Magic Deodorant Soap SAUCER Trely Pioe. 12-Ct. O Disposable Pkg. O Kitchen raft Pkg. S 'f Trely Fine Bor 16 TO PAZ STONEWARE and-Painted WEEKLY FEATURE Smm Wm These tow Priced Piedmont Patty. Safeway Big Buy! Pkg. Safeway Big Buy! Can Highway Whole Kernel. Safeway Big Buy! Py-O-My. Fast & Easy! Safeway Big Buy! Favorite. For Cats Too! Safeway Big Buy! 15* Root Beer 25* Potted Meat Shoestrings WITH EACH $3.00 PURCHASE Safeway Special! Hair Spray Style Brand. 13-OZ. Can Maclean's Toothpaste Freshmint. ★3-ox. Tube ★7-ox. Tube Good Humor 4 No Drip Ice Cream ★Fudge Whammy ......................10-Bar 99* ★Ice Swirl* ..................................10-Bar 89* ★Touted Almond*....................6-Bar $1.09 ★Chocolate Eclair ..................

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 March 1974

Page Ten By JERRY REED Sports Editor Hurricanes are named after women because they are so unpredictable. Well that’s what they say anyhow. George I do have it Alright now over just a little Oh no I can ’t believe that Photos by Bobby Bolden Such was the case at the opening day ceremonies of the Ft. Hood Women’s Invitational Bowling Tour- nament held at Bowlers Green last Monday morning. The ladies were perfectly cast in their roles as athletes and they were indeed unpredictable. The moral of the story: If the shoe fits wear it. Yes predicting what the participants would do next was harder than guessing how many jelly beans there are in an eight ounce jar. Even a Ouija Board would have been useless. For the most part the gals had the spectators baf- fled during the tournam ent. Only the lighted scoreboard above the lanes gave the true indication of what was actually taking place. The women’s expressions varied from complete bliss to total depression. Some of the faces displayed by th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 March 1974

Friday March 22 1974 The other guy By JERRY REED Any week now you may come in from around of golf at your local club and find someone smiling. At that moment you’ll know that it finally happened. You knew that it was going to happen sooner or later but you’re still shocked. I guess that one colum- nist put it best when he said “one penny two penny it seems as if everyone is putting in their two cents worth” referring to the big event. The big event being of course the day that Hank Aaron surpasses Babe Ruth for the title of “Sultan Of Swat”. Everybody knows that it will eventually take place. People further realize that “Hammerin’ Hank” will go down in history. He will get all the publicity and that’s the way it should be. There’s one little thing that people are overlooking the guy that delivers that special pitch will also go down in history. Yes he’ll join such names as A1 Giofriddo Ralph Branca and Tracy Stallard. The sad part about it all is that that particular pit- cher will ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 March 1974

a Cr eakf as ape ru it halves Enns Toast Milk Cu tt er Coffee Lunch Cheese ‘lain Dish Del wishes ::ilk Dinner Chicken Hashed pot at oe Cravy Coleslaw Milk Coffee re a a Cranoe Enas Toast SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY I’ED'TSMAY reakf as Oranne Cereal Milk Coffee Lunch Cheese sand. Milk Dinner Spanish noodles Spi nach Tossed salad Milk Coffee THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY re ak as Dinner Kidney bean soup Corn re a Re li shes Milk Coffee Oranoe in French to a syruo Milk Coffee Coffee Lunch Peanut sand. Annie Milk Lunch Cheese sand. 11 Dinner a in a Ca a ad Baked a Milk Coffee This menu is prepared by Bonnie aller the food management counselor for the Army community ser- vices. y4 CHEESE MAIN DISH 2 cups soft bread crumbs 1*4 cups cut up cheddar cheese 1 tsp. salt 1 butter cup drymilk 3 cups water 2 eggs beaten Cut bread into small pieces add cheese salt butter. Mix dry milk and water add to bread. Add eggs and mix. Pour into greased pan and bake 30 in te at degrees until frim. 6 vings. Br eakf as ...

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