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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

S:&- if Friday March 29 1974 1 „V A- MODEL ES348 4 a Y *3L ’k m- *-A tfl& A “€V-.... flu.**'• fcS it©*- .. hlF MODERN TV & APPLIANCE 315 E. AVE. DOWNTOWN KILLEEN CG /1 FLOOR SAMPLE ONLY COMPLETE FEATURES Pert and pretty TV that’s just what the decorator ordered. RCA’s AccuColor picture tube. Daylight Picture Contrast Booster is a dark plastic screen that helps improve contrast and detail in bright daylight. Snaps on and off the set in seconds. AccuTinf® automatically maintains natural flesh tones. Automatic Fine Tuning electronically pinpoints correct picture signal. AccuColor chassis features solid state components in many areas. Simplified servicing. Two plug-in AccuCircuit® modules. Two integrated circuits replace many 7 heat-producing parts. j- Molded base. Set swivels for best r* viewing angle. 7 .V $288 RCA & 8-TRACK STEREO TAPE PLAYER 1 00 The SAN MARINO Model VST620 TERRIFIC SAVINGS ON ALL CONSOLE STEREO’S RCA SPANISH CONSOLE STEREO WITH PHONOGRAPH AM-FM-FM S...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

♦S’?1' ‘-Page Eighteen-A 5 mucRinc •.l\..!^W'« .:-wM-8SEBSi8S8BBr ••. AC Products RAMC0 McCORD TRW PERFECT CIRCLE MAREMONT BORG-WARNER srop CRANKSHAFT FORT HOOD SENTINEL The Most Accurate and Up-to-Date Crankshaft Grinder in the World WE CAN GRIND ANY CRANKSHAFT FOR ANY AUTO Fast Dependable Service To Fort Hood 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM Daily 8:00 AM to 0:00 PM Sat. SPECIALIZING H0LUV CURBS ACCEL Ignition Parts MR. GASKET MONROE Max Air Shocks TRW Hi Performance Parts O ther Hi Performance Parts Available OF plete Machine Shop Facilities FOREIGN CAR PARTS -w j 304W.HWY.190 Ki I leen-526-3014 Now Has Instal led *JW «C T^r! GRINDER ENGINE BORING ENGINE VATTING VALUE GRINDING VALUE GUIDES & SEATS INSTALLED HEAD MILLING DISC ROTORS AND BRAKE DRUMS TURNED 'v-W7*??' Friday March 29 1974

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

4 Friday March 29 1974 iNi JACK PARKER A Trailblazer With Answers Without the help of certain health and beauty aids we’d probably all stay bachelors and old maids. I don’t carry many com- plicated or large words in the repertoire in my head. They have away of taking the starch out of the plain little kvords I have to use most of the time. By CECIL GREEN Nine spectator areas have been designated for the Ft. Hood International Two-Days Trial Saturday and Sunday (March 30-31) and all offer a view of motorcycle racing on some of the ost rugged terrain in Central Texas. All of the spectator areas are close to major roads on the Ft. Hood reservation and ill a by automobile. Also race officials urge all J A *fr A N E S O N 0 **ow ’*S Parker a Jack of all By JERRY REED Sports Editor Here’s a quick sports quiz. Who is considered the source authority on the dirt track for the Two-Day Trials scheduled for this weekend? Choose one of the following: A.) FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT B.) J. BUCKMINSTER FUL...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

Page Two-B kit X:' W J! I The Ft. Hood Women’s In- vitational Bowling Tour- {lament ended on March 19 nd 20th with competition between officer and enlisted men’s wives. •I The top performer of the I day was Kay Sterling. Mrs. Sterling bowling in series and -doubles competition put together games of 206 and ?34 then rolled a 231 in I singles. Mrs. Sterling was teamed tip with Lourli Joosee in the doubles event. The twosome I garnered a score of 1174 pins for the tourney. I* According to Schwartz the ^whole idea of the program is to ^establish the golden croaker as ’a commercial species to be ld a id re dfis h jjpeckled trout and flounder. •The golden croaker is related Ito the redfish and black drum. *1 Weighing from V4 t0 2 -founds dressed they are being ’sold as a pan- -dressed” fish ready to cook. 1 The promotional program is ♦scheduled to last three weeks jmd is being supported by ‘newspaper advertisements We Have SAXON TIRES BUGGY TOO For Your BIG MAC TIRE CO. I "W here You Get ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

Friday March 29 1974 I 1 1 Amendments to the Parks and Wildlife Department’s policy on the issuance of per- !*_ mits for the keeping of poten- tially arm fu fish was I reviewed in a public hearing Mar. 19 at 3 p.m. in Room 503 of the Sam Houston Building in Austin. t: There are 10 groups of fish on the department’s list of fish «t which are potentially harmful ijt if introduced into Texas’ waters: bony-tongue group five species of piranhas the '|j electric eel the gar pike from British Honduras grass carp snakehead group peacock group a a itic South I American catfish freshwater jc stingray and the walking cat- fish. Issuance of permits for the possession of these fish was suspended in late January -1 1974 at the direction of the Parks and Wildlife Com- mission. Of the some 1730 permit holders in Texas 861 had failed ir WAGGONER O pen Mon Thru 9 am to 6 pm O pen Sat 9 am to 5 pm 201 W 190 Haritor eights 699-2321 {POWER il TUNE-UP Indudes new AC plugs new Delco points condenser rotor...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

Page Four-B WING WIRING Army mechanics and representatives from a civilian manufac- turing firm work together to re-wire the weapons system in the wing of an Army Cobra helicopter gunship. The re-wiring is £art of an evaluation being conducted by RlASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) to study two new electronic control systems. Where can you go to learn more about your job become a.better trained professional aftd gain the knowledge needed to earn that next promotion? For enlisted personnel and officers of the HOW DivArty that place is the brand new 2nd Armd. Div. Arty. MOS Education Center convenien- tly located in Bldg. 312 next to DivArty Hqs. The Center opened last week with Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair Div. Cmdr. perfor- ming the traditional ribbon cutting ceremony. The DivArty Center has been initiated to work hand- in-hand with the 2nd Armd. Div. Education Program and to develop all the skills A a it a el a dllaryman. ^Developed in conjunction with th...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

Friday March 29 1974 I 1 “JUST THREE MORE FLOORS TO GO” Spec. 4 Bonita Dutcher left and Pvt. 2 Sue McBain manage to keep smiling even though they must carry their loads up three flights of stairs before reaching HAY! GET OUT OF BED Chuckles a mare in the 1st Cav. Div.’s Horse Platoon presented that unit’s members with a blessed event Sunday when she gave birth to a colt. The all-white youngster is The colt with no name was bom on Sunday. He came in the early mor- ning just as the freezing arctic front moved in on the Central *Texas a a The a rriv a caught the men of the 1st Cav. Div. horse platoon with their sabres down but they didn’t mind. It was a nice surprise. And Chuckles a 5-year-old (Sjn3) Answers I understand the fVeterans Administration is jjpaying a record dividend this lyear on -prefixed |National Service Life In- Isurance and K”-prefixed S Government Life In- surance policies. When may I ^expect the dividend on my NSLI policy? A iv id en is {payable on the anniversary s...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

Page Six-B 7 By RICHARD STACY A trace of apprehension crossed the young soldier’s face as the drawing needle was inserted in his arm and the first drop of blood entered the pint bag. A smile appeared on his face moments later as the needle was removed and he saw the pint of his blood essence of life. Members of the Ft. Hood community have an op- portunity to participate in a similar experience each month. Beginning April 5 1974 and every first and third Friday thereafter personnel of the Brooke Army Medical Center Blood Bank will be here to assist the Darnall Army Blood Bank in drawing ap- proximately 150 units of blood. This is anew program replacing the weekly drawings conducted by the Darnall Blood Bank. The new program will benefit both patients here at Dar- nall and at Brooke Army Medical Center. The monthly blood requirement for Darnall is about 160 units. This amount of blood is used to meet the operating room schedule as well as any emergencies that occur. In addition 30 of ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

Friday March 29 1974 IUQQj //t&kSieqvoorth By MARK SIEGWORTH I ’s rta in tim e and away we go another opening of another show.” Once again the magic in those Cole Por- ter lyrics cam true at the Ft. Hood Community Theatre last Wednesday night as the curtain went up (figuratively speaking of course) on “A Man for All Seasons.” Thursday night a team of FORSCOM saw the show for 1 its regional judging in the FORSCOM ournam ent of Plays. There is no word yet on th re io a judging which also included Ft. Car- son Colorado’s production of O in an Ft Sam Houston’s “Wait Until Dark.” The winner of this regional will be judged next week 4 against three other regional winners. This is the main reason for the ex ten ru of this show which should give a of you plenty of opportunity to see this fine production. The show will run tonight and tomorrow nig t and then Wednesday through Saturday of next week. The Ft. Hood Community Theatre Guild et last week and finalized its plans for “A Man for A...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

Page Eighl-B Recreation Services RODEO Cent ra ex as College A sso ia tio ill 'R odeo SCHOOL O N E SLOW Good guys are tops once more The tiny but important province of Lesikan is once again safe from the Qiemy pf Aggressorland thanks to 'the gallant combat efforts of the 2nd Armd. Div.’s 3rd Bde. Lesikan was the mythical /territory defended last week by the 3rd Bde. in its annual O rganizational Readiness TVaining Test (ORTT). The the 26th ’Motorized Rifle Div. was portrayed by the 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. with the 2nd Bn. I66th Armor and the 2nd Bn. 41st Inf. playing the part of 'the good guys from the land of Navaroo. Nearly 2200 men from the three battalions participated "'in the four day exercise which continued through two days of- unexpected cold and 'rain along the western ex- trem ities of the Ft. Hood 'Range. The brigade was reviewed by evaluators on a company level and everyone did excep- tionally well according to Cpt. David L. Kyle Bde. Asst. S-3. “A lot of good training was g...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

29 1974 Knov^ THE Boater' laheoa&bt AMiPSHiP- middle oflkebo&i. Aspirin Tablets Old Pal Dog Food Cake Mixes u^ ic A t[ a t fW lH CMBRIftUt FOR UEM&HAQE Compare These Safeway Low Lew Priced Canned Pop Tomato Soup Deodorant Soap Cleanser PowderSafeway Popsicles 29* S a Pink Thing 39* FraH lea Bar Bar Pkg. W Fudgesicles 33* flaverfall Bar Pkg. S Punch Bars Bal-atr 4-Bar Pkg. W Sherbet 25* Lecarne Plat Ctn. S SH S! FROZEN O A STONEWARE Hand-Painted By JO N cM E N Three troops from a 1st a iv a a a squadron are attending the Mechondo training School out at Lake Belton. Sixty person- nel from the 1st Sqn. 9th Cav.’s A” and “C” Troops’ infantry platoons will complete the rugged program next week which is designed to te ac a ic soldiering skills. The troopers who began the school over two weeks ago and will wind up training April 5 are undergoing a Safeway 5-Grain. 100-Ct. Safeway Big Buy! Bottle For Cats Too! 15-ox. Safeway Big Buy! Can Py-O-My. Fast & Easy! Safeway Big Buy...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

■V Page Ten-B I ?*V 9 S9*er **&- TEXAS’ ANSWER TO THE BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATERS. During a Recent field training exercise the 62D Ehgr. Bn. was tasked to support the Ggntexian arm in their battle against Beltonian forces. In this ficticious war the 13th Spt. Bde. personnel were faced with the task of constructing abridge v-*». & I Move over Clark Kent Jimmy Olson is taking over! Recently a two-week bat- talion Public Information Reporter O rientation was honestar new inembers *Jim Patillo president of the Lonestar Toastm aster dlnb the Ft. Hood chapter of Toastmasters International ha$ announced the addition of t^ree new members. •M a rtin I. JCroah r. ire sid of rs a Development Assoc. resides in* Copperas Cove with his Wile and son. He is a retired military officer and a former rfiember of the 1st Cav. Div. •first Lieutenant James E. State is a member of the 1st Gqv. Div. assigned to the division staff section as the race relations training of- ficer. He is a California r...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

ACADEMY SURPLUS The Most Interesting Store in The Southwest” 2819 EAST HWY. 190 KILLEEN TEXAS USE OUR FREE E-Z LAY-AWAY OR itthfHti tint' OPEN DAILY 9 AM-9 PM REG. *59.95 furniture. 5 piece DINNETTE SET ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL SAMSONITE METAL FOLDING CHAIR REG. *7.00 VALUE ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL ......... ......... SPECIAL GROUP TABLE LAMPS VALUES TO *40.00 CHOKE 1 O KING SIZE MATTRESSES BY SIMMONS REG. *150.00 YOUR CHOICE A $01*00 ea. /00 0 f^ 'Wj^v SPECIAL GROUP SQUAW BOOTS & MOCCASIN’S VALUES TO *8.00 YOUR $ 1 9 9 CHOICE Pr- MEN'S WESTERN STRAW HATS MADE TO SELL FOR *3.50 YOUR $ 1 9 9 CHOICE I ea. ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS IN EVERY DEPT. ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL APRIL IS ACADEMY'S GIGANTIC ANNIVERSARY Month. This April Academy celebrates its 36th Year in Texas and its 2nd big year right here in Killeen. We are 2 years old this month and there are 2 things that we would like to do. First thing is to save you money second is to try to fight the raging cost of living. We can accomplish both by o...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

Page Twelve-B **Are ou in TDY ■joking a pemanent move or limply planning a pleasure t*5p? As warm weather and |a shin descend on Ft. plans for travel begin tier take shape. *With these plans come questions. Where you can $»ard a plane and fly non-stop t% your destination is often first on the list. For those in and around the Ft. Hood area the answer is most often the huge 17520 acre $700 million Dallas/Fort Worth Airport. Since this arg an tu an facility is brand new having been open only since the mid- dle of a a rum ors abound and facts tend to be foggy. What is the best mode of transportation from Ft. Hood to Dallas in the first place? Several avenues are open. You may take a bus drive a privately owned vehicle or utilize the local airline Rio Airways. ost in lv in the operation of a privately owned vehicle may be mostly a matter of luck with the energy crisis now being felt. However parking is available near the airport with tran- sportation to the terminals available via Airtr...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

Friday March 29 1974 a CAJUN COUNTRY The “Hell on Wheels” Band marches in the Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans. Shown above the band has two ranks of new band- smen recently recruited in the mass auditioning of The following story is true. The a a been changed to protect the guilty. (•At 3:00 on the afternoon of Friday Mar. 1 1974 Spec. 4 Thomas Dingbat proceeded east on Highway 430 to visit a friend 12 miles out of Killeen. When Dingbat was about eleven miles out he focused his attention on a small green sedan that looked familiar. The sedan belonged to his brother who Weis going to Ft. Hood to visit him. ■Decals going very soon The triangular windshield decal is soon to be obsolete. The triangular decal is to be replaced by an elongated decal to be displayed on the front bumper of the vehicle on the driver’s side. Sergeant First Class Bobby |j. Hicks NCOIC of the Vehicle registration office in the post Community Center fsaid “Although there will be j^ome minor changes in the card ...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

Page Fourteen-B Regular Programs: Monday thru Friday National Anthem 7:59a.m. &8:29 p.m. Weather Fort Hood News 8:00 Noon 5:00 p.m. A 7:00 p.m. MONDAY APRIL 1 8:11 TV Composite USAMEDTC Ft Sam Houston 8:26 Disassy A Assy of .50 QU Machinegtn 9:00 Imp of Tank Auto Material (Trkd Vehicle) 9:42 Viral Hepatitis 10:00 Mil Lettering & Phonetic Alphabet 10:43 IFR Flight Plans-DD Form 175 (IRF Stopover) 11:00 Lessons Learned in Vietnam: Chinook in Fid Opns 11:16 Tac Employment of Div Arty Pt 1 12:11 Field Arty Meterology 12:26 Intro to Wheeled A Tracked Vehicles 1:00 Income Tax 1:14 CBR Period 1 Pt 1 2:00 Tac Employment of Div Arty Pt 2 2:56 Take Charge 4:30 Our Heritage 5:11 Acres of Sorghum 5:26 The Mysterious Novak 6:18 John F. Kennedy 1917-1963 6:39 US Strike Command 7:11 CTC Promotional Film 7:26 Ah Neesh Means Welcome 7:48 Whooping Crane 8:02 The Name of the Game is Basketball TUESDAY APRIL 2 8:11 Equipment serviceability Criteria 8:45 Speech Techniques 9:00 Disassy A Assy of ...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

"Friday March 29 1974 EYECATCHER Jeffery roving ace photographer for the SENTINEL has just completed a series of night classes at a well known nearby institution of higher learning. Upon discovering that the Ear- th’s supply of fossil fuels is expected to last for only 11 more years Jeff went into a fit of depression and left for parts Choir classes to begin An Adult Choir non-credit course is being offered at Central Texas College begin- ning April 16 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Mrs. Evelyn Bumam in- stru to r stated that the cost per student will be $30.00. Also offered are private voice lessons by Mrs. Bur- nam. These can be scheduled between 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. or 8:15 p.m. and 10:15 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thur- sdays beginning April 16. Sessions will be one hour and ill be $24.00 student. Interested persons should contact the Evening College O ffice of tra ex as College at 526-1226 or 526-1227 from 10:00 a.m to 10:00 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays or fro...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

Page Sixteen-B Sentinel ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice to Public 010 TW ERE 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) BUSINESS SERVICES Baking# Tax Service 031 MARY DILLON I N O E A ASSISTANCE 100 E. RANCIER AT 2ND ST. 526-4542 Ofc. 634-1908 om (3/29) HAVE E N IL W ILL TRA EL Incom ta return rep are in vour hom e. hone 547-5961 or 773-5536. Radio# TV Service 044 RENT A TV ran -N ew 19 Inch rta le ith Built-in A ntena. Rented bv the av Week onth. Come by an ake S le tio fro O a rg Stock. monthly entals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 W est ancier Ave. ille ............................................634-4742 __________________ (tfn) Furn.f Upholstery 046 7 IE E LIVING room suit $199.95 iscount urniture 315 N worth 8th 634-0323 (tfn)______________________ Air Con.# Heating 050 AIR CO NDITIONERS W window nits leaned Serviced 8 epaired. No service call fee. 10% iscount for 3 ore. 547-3945 (4/19) :C: GEORGE’S AIR...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

PM 1 Friday March 29 197 4 1 olphin receives award It was simply a matter of willpower. “I wanted to get it” new Spec. 4 Gray ex- plained as he commented on being awarded the Expert In- fantryman Badge (EIB). For his achievement Gray of Co. B 2nd Bn. 50th Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. was recently promoted to Spec. 4 in a ceremony at HOW Field. The 22 year old “Dolphin” was the only EM tested to pass the EIB examination which requires demonstrated proficiency in such things as use of a munications first aid and physical training. Gary plans to go back to the University of Oklahoma when he ETSs and receive an ROTC commission. Also ro te in the ceremony all to the rank of Sergeant ere: Dwight Bailey Jeff Beck and Buddy Vincent. I sincerely hope that some of the words I’m writing to help fill spaces in your paper are also generating smiles to help lighten places in your hearts. Joyce M. Clark RFront Drive I Subaru 74l It could cut your gas bills in lialf Subaru’s exciting GL Coupe. An open- road...

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