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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 29 March 1974

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

VOL. 34 NO. 4 Remember 6 a By BOB ALLEN A lack of knowledge of finance office procedures and the time involved to process pay documents is apparen- tly the greatest problem Ft. Hood soldiers face in their dealings with finance officers on post. This theory prompted Lt. Col. John A. Anderson 2d Armd. Div. Finance Officer to remark that “I don’t really think we have problems. A troop comes over here with a pay inquiry and we take a few minutes to explain the situation to him. After we show him the facts he goes away having seen the light. Lt. Col. F. A. Schrader 1st Cav. Div. Finance Officer pointed out that some problems attributed to finance service are actually the results of slow processing and forwarding of pay documentation by individual units or the established cutoff date for computer input at the U.S. Army Finance Support Agency (USAFSA) in In- dianapolis (Ft. Benjamin Harrison) Indiana. “The unit under the JUMPS-Army now has a larger role in the finance system’’ Schrader sai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

Page Two-A & 3 rid a an S a tu rd a Only! By R. KWASNIEWSKI I “Ah Ah A CHOO!!!” “God bless you.” “Here’s a kleenex.” “Thankyou.” I This is my time of the year. At no other time of the •year than on these beautiful sunny days will I be more ♦miserable. It’s the time I wish all my friends and I enemies had an allergy and its symptoms. It’s Spring land the grass is growing buds are budding dust is 1 rising and my eyes are tearing. To see one spring without the ocular waterfall and itching is one of my 1 fondest hopes. 1- The thought of not constantly sneezing is a fantasy I probably will never outgrow. It goes hand in hand with the thought of never paying another litter fine for soggy 1 tissues or having pockets filled with a day’s ac- 1 cumilation of medications. And from what small nuisance does all this suffering come from? Hay! Yes simple unassuming hay. Hay to 1 me is like a stake to a vampire I don’t want it near in 1 or on me. Those fields filled with the lousy stuff make po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

Friday April 5 1974 4 it S ’B a a a in (Story from Page 1A) have been answered by the LES. “Only 25 per cent of all pay inquiries on this post are valid complaints” he said. The other 75 per cent are attributed to misunder- standing of pay procedures and the finance office process. It was noted that when a pay change is effected by the soldier such as a change in allotment a promotion a change of address the time to process can vary because of the cutoff date up to a 45-day maximum before it is evident in the soldier’s pay and LES. It was noted that pay changes such as promotions and change of address received in the finance offices prior to the cut-off should be reflected in the soldier’s pay and LES during that month. Changes received in the finance office after the cut-off should be evident in the following months pay and LES. Lt. Col. Anderson summed it up like this: “Troops don’t really understand the ins and outs of cutoff dates. They don’t realize that we have a certain deadl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

Page Four-A Thumbs down only sign boozing-boating mixture The drink and the brink—combine the two and one can easily become stinking drunk and terminally sunk. We refer of course to the three “Bs”—boozing boating and bathing. Excessive use of alcohol and water safety are again engaged in mortal combat and the loser is always the alcohol abuser. With drowning deaths involving Ft. Hood soldiers up 1000 per cent over the number recorded at this time last year Randy Sprinkle Ft. Hood Safety Officer has become quite concerned with the prospects of a summer loaded with water tragedy. The better than 100 drownings recorded at Belton and Stillhouse Hollow lakes since their impoundment have in many cases been related to the excessive use of alcohol. Normally cautious individuals will often perform foolhardy feats when under the influence of alcohol. In the water or on the water these feats of daring sometimes result in drowning and death. An individual whose brain is pickled from cerebrum to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

N r-- Friday April 5 1974 o«aa 4 1 1 4 By JOHN GRABOWSKI They were a fascinating melange of people more than 850 of them sitting in the Mini-Dome alone and hun- dreds more standing for the Duty Day with God the division celebrated Tuesday. It was just what the name implied a duty day for everyone normally expected to be at work but with special programs noted speakers and other gatherings throughout the division area. Troops who wanted to go went those who didn’t worked as usual. No hassle no N pressure no goofing off. Wives and girlfriends joined the troopers. Kids too. In all an estimated 2000 per- sons took advantage of this opportunity to enhance their lives. Some would call it a chaplain’s field day for what a great audience could be captured by offering a day off from the ranges motor pools or offices they normally work in. But it was far from that although the chaplains surely stayed busy. It was a day for people who just wanted to relax so they could think in an unhurried at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

Page Six-A A. I smoke cigarettes in order to keep myself from slowing down. B. Handling a cigarette is part of the enjoyment of smoking it C. Smoking cigarettes is pleasant and relaxing. D. I lig up a cigarette when I feel angry about something. E. Vlhen I run out of ciga­ rettes I find it almost unbearable until I get them. F. I smoke cigarettes auto­ matically without even being aware of it G. I smoke cigarettes to stimulate me to perk myself up. H. Part of the enjoyment of smoking a cigarette comes from the steps I take to lig up. I. I find cigarettes pleasurable. J. When I feel uncomfort­ able or upset about some- thinn I lig up a ciqarette. a Scores can vary from 3 to 15. Any score 11 and above is HIGH any score 7 and below is LOW. Learn from 2 what your scores mean. Stimulation: If you score high here it means that you area smoker who is stimulated by the cigarette —you feel that it helps you wake up to get organized to keep going. If you try to give up smoking you may want a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

Friday April 5 1974 1 dr REDEYE OR NOT With just a bit of ap- prehension an invited guest at the recent opening of the Ft. Hood Redeye Missile Training Simulator readies his Redeye KNOW THE By W ATER'S BUOY-A FLOfiT ANCHORED 76 fc PoTToM OF TUB KWERK/AY USfP AS ^"HISHWAYSISM" oR ft* ANCHORING 0 0 1N & __________ New reups continue LARRY SCARAMALLA April 1st oh what a day a day for the simplest lies and fabrications. Perhaps it is also the only day of the year that one can fib to their boss and possibly get away with it. On this day down through history there have also been reported instances where even the simplest (Commands or or- ders have ttflfiied out to be a hoax. Even the honest man can’t pass up the opportunity to execute an ‘April Fools’ joke on this day. There area few persons however that take this day serious enough to proceed with business as usual. I t’s just another day” replied Pfc. George Thomp- son a cook at the 565th Spt. Co. Thompson a 19-year-old from Chicago...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

Page Eight-A PHARMACY TOUR Red Cross volun- teers tour the Darnall Army Hospital pharmacy with Lt. Bruce A. Lungren. A Red Cross orientation class for volunteers was held on March 22 at the hospital. Col. A farewell ceremony was held recently at HOW Field for rig N rm a J. Salisbury 2nd Armd. Div. asst. cmdr. (M). The general who assumed his duties ith atto ’s Own” in Nov. 1972 departed a week after the ceremony to begin a weeks of preparation courses before reporting to Argentina where he will be U.S. Military Group com mander. These courses will include Spanish language add diplomacy classes. Speaking at the ceremony Maj.* Gen. Robert L. Fair HpW cmdr. praised Salisbury for his ork during field training exercises and praised him as being instrumental in the ta lis of the Division’s duty hours college program. Farewell ceremony held In his rem arks Brig. Gen. S a lis ry re his gratitude for the support and kindness he had received during his stay at Ft. Hood. He completed his comme...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

Friday April 5 1974 This menu is prepared by onnie the food management counselor for the Army Community Ser- vices. VEGETABLE CHOWDER 4 cups chopped cabbage 1 3 cups milk 1 onion minced 1 carrot chopped 1 potato chopped 1 tsp. salt crisp bacon optional Brown onion. Combine all vegetables and simmer until tender. MEAT-POTATO SCALLOP lb. ground beef 1T chopped onion 1T butter 1T flour 1% cups milk 2 cups sliced potatoes Melt butter blend in flour add milk and cook until thick. Place alternate layers of fneat potatoes sauce in dish. Cover and bake one hour at 350 degrees. ECONOMICAL MEAT LOAF 1 lb. ground beef cup oatmeal cup drymilk 1 egg beaten 2 tsp. salt 2 tsp. pepper 2 chopped onion Combine all ingredients in bowl and ix thoroughly. Bake 50 minutes at 350 degrees in loaf pan. PAN FRIED CARROTS 2 cups shredded raw carrots 2 butter 2 sugar Combine in heavy skillet and simmer until tender. BAKED BEANS 1 cup navy beans 3 cups cold water salt pork or ham hock onion chopped lean tomatoe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

Page Ten-A HELL ON PRE-TOUR BR IEFIN Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. Cdr. briefs Detroit Mich educators and ad- ministrators on the educational oppor­ About 30 high school coun- selors and administrators visited the 2nd Armd. Div. last week as part of the Divisions recruiting drive. The men and women from several Detroit Mich area high schools were brought to Ft. Hood by the 2nd Armd. Div. Recruiting Office to take a first-hand look at the Army as it is today. Captain Paul Lucas from the Recruiting Of- fice explained that many high school graduates that don’t go Jon to college don’t find out anything about the Army and don’t give it any consideration as apart of their post-high ischool plans because the coun- selors don’t realize the oppor- tunities that it offers. The tour of the 2nd Armd. Div. was kicked off recently iwith a briefing on Division ac- tivities by Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. Cdr. After the briefing the group was taken to the 124th Maint. ‘Bn. Moto...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

Page One-B By JERRY REED Sports Editor It sort of reminded me of the television quiz show Jeopardy. I was anxiously awaiting the arrival of the host Art Fleming. I could envision Art saying “Now our category in the first Jeopardy game is “Actors In EASY DOES IT Rod Bush maneuvers around some rocks during the Two-Day Trials held at Ft. Hood. The event spon­ MOVING RIGHT ALONG Tom Shaw riding a Penton 175 moves right along during the Two-Days Trials held at Ft. Their Roles’ please give only the question.” The answer ap- pears “He starred in the movie ‘The Graduate’ in the mid-60s.” Seconds later an average housewife answers “Who was Dustin Hoffman?” Art replies “So right you are dear. It was truly similar to the IT WAS ROUGH Gold Medalist Larry Roeseler ponders his thoughts on the open day activities of the Two-Day Trials. Roeseler was the winner of the 101- 125cc class. Cats coyotes protected January 31 was the last date on which most fur-bearing animals could be taken but two specie...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

Page Two-B ’s I By JERRY REED You’ve all heard the joke about Thomas Edison. The one where Edison bends over his light bulb and says ‘’‘Hello hello.” Sports jokesters related this type of joke to Gary Oavidson the founder of the World Hockey Association. The joke goes like this: Davidson bends over a hockey stick and says ‘Hut one hut two—hike. I Recently Davidson has been the butt of many jokes •Concerning his new football league the WFL. The new ileague considered by many another “Seward’s Folly 'is supposed to begin this year. I They told Wilbur and Orville that their plane would ("never get off the ground and many think that Gary will lose his wings before he’s airborne. They consider the WFL just another “fly by night deal” with a short flight plan. I Skeptics have said that the Chicago Fire was just a 'false alarm and expressed their opinion of the new 'league by saying that the WFL is running on an -automatic transmission because it certainly has no clut- 'eh. The idea of the...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

I Friday April 5 1974 No formal entry blanks needed. Just send your tall tale in a letter to: Gladding “Fishing Tall Tales” P. O. Box 586 Back Bay Annex Boston Mass. 02117. Deadline Is April 15 so Tennessee Ernie and the other judges can select a winner in time for him to en- joy great July salmon fishing in Iceland. Tennessee talks tall tales Ford fabricates fish fables Tennessee Ernie Ford “down home humor with tall tales on fishing Tennessee Ernie Ford inter- nationally-known entertainer land avid angler is bringing his “down home” humor and love of fishing to the judging panel of the Gladding “Fishing Tall Tales” Contest sponsored by the Gladding International Sport ish in Museum trustees. Tennessee Ernie and his fellow judges will look at en- tries from any angler with a l“Fishing Tall Tale” worth telling. The contest winner will receive a free one week salmon fishing trip to Iceland via Icelandic Airlines and a full fitting out of Gladding fishing equipment and his fishing tal...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

STH X' ^f I r«.v i'' 41. Page Four-B Rec Services 0 ffer fun Classes Taught reative Ceram ics The Use Of The Potters Wheel & Qay Sculpture is being taught each Tues. & Thurs. in the ceramics room from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Arts and Crafts Center Bldg No. 3. Creative Metal Gasses are also being held each 2nd and 4th Sat. of each month at the Welding Shop Bldg 1147 on Park Ave. at 2 p.m. Beginners Welding Classes are held each 1st. and 3rd Sat. of month at 2 p.m. in the Welding Shop. Auto Cooling System classes are being held at the Auto Repair Shop Bldg. 1148 on Park Ave. at 4:30 p.m. everv Wed. of the month. Plan now to attend and learn the proper care and repair of your car’s air conditioner. For further information on these classes call 685-3138. DISCOUNT TICKETS Six Flags discount tickets are on sale. Tickets may be purchased at the community center bldg. 108 on Hqds. Ave. The prices are $5.15 for adults $4.40 for children 3-11 and children under 3 are admitted free. S...

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

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

&v I1 *.V Page Six-B cf _ Regular Programs: Monday thru Friday National Anthem 7:59 am & 8:29 P.M. Weather FH News What’s Happening 8:00 am Noon 5:00 p.m. A 8:29 pm MONDAY APRIL 8 8:27 —Physical Fitness Pt 1 9:00—Garrison Mess EquipmentPt 2 9:41 —MOI Teaching by TV 10:00—Amphibious Operations 10:39 Intro to the Radio Set 11:00—Wreckless Driving 11:26—Vehicle Recovery: Expendients 12:F27 Prosigns A Operating Signals 1:00 Helo vs Armor in Mid-Instensity En- viron 1:17—Track Vehicle Driving 2:00—Income Tax 2:15 Map Reading Elevation A Relief Pt 3 3:00—Counseling 3:47—Counseling for Subordinates (IOAC) 4:00 AN/MPQ-4 Radar 4:31—World Government Foretold 5:27—Tenn Involvement 6:26—Bass-Southern Style 6:50—The Machine in Between 7:28—The Selling of Col Herbert 8:00—A Tradition in Music TUESDAY APRIL 9 8:27 Venomous Animals: Arthropods 9:00 Using the Exhaust Gas Temp (EGT) Tester 9:40—Firing Battery Terms 10:00 Chalk Talk on Alcoholism 11:05 ADA Weapons Sys Vulcan Towed Pt 1 11:30 P...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

Friday April 5 1974 Jefferey a up in the crunch of shor- tages is beginning to do research on crisis ardening. he SEN TIN EL’S roving len- sm an roam to the fa reaches of the Sunken ard en ear St. etersburg Fla. in est of a botanical specim ens. A lthough ff believes that it is the inter- Prelim inary work has begun by “C” Co. 17th Eng. Bn. on the renovation of the 2nd Bn. 50th (M ech.) In f.’s former headquarters to provide the 0 2nd Armd. iv.’s Learning Center a larger home. The center will house equip- a ate ia ls for stu in high school and college courses and for MOS test preparation. Included in the facility will be video-tape machines a MOS library a study area counselors and teachers. S in th iv isio ’s education program has greatly expanded in the past several months this expansion of our 1 & •Jj. Prugh further explained that the counselors function will be to assist personnel in selecting the college technical or high school courses best suited to their needs and desire...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

Page Eight-B BUSINESS SERVICES B'klng Tax Service 031 HAVE PENCIL WILL TRAVEL Income tax returns prepared in you home. Phone 547-5961 or 773-5536. Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 Inch ortable with Built-tn Antena. Rented bv the Day Week-or Month. Come by and ake Your* S le tio 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 I^C E LIVING room suit $199.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323. (tfn) Air Con. Heating 050 AIR CONDITIONERS Window Units Cleaned Serviced & Repaired. No service call fee. 10% Discount for 3 of ore. 547-3945 (4/19)_________ GEORGE’S AIR CONDITIONING -H E A IN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Sentinel Classified REAL ESTATE City Property 090 BRICK HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER (Tfn) Lawn Mower Rep. 060 EXPERT LAWN MOWER TILLER & MINI-BIKE REPAIR Parts in Stock McQu REPAIR SHOP 912 W. HWY. 190 634-3224 (tfn) ____ Misc...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 5 April 1974

Friday April 5 1974 By JOHN GR ABOWSKI More than 20001st Cav. Div. soldiers and members of their families gathered last Tuesday for the division’s annual Duty Day with God services and seminars. At the Mini-Dome alone where the Protestants assembled we had every one of the 850 seats filled plus another 100-200 standing” ac- cording to Chaplain Connie Walker the First Team’s chief chaplain. “We saw another 100 to 200 turn away because there was no room he said. “It was the same way at the chapel’’ the chaplain in- dicated referring to the 1st Ar- md. Div. Memorial Chapel the site of the Roman Catholic assembly. S a rate se rv ic and programs were conducted at other locations for Jewish per- sonnel and for those of any faith who chose to worship or otherwise contemplate things religious in solitude. The day was just what the name implied a full duty day although record numbers took advantage of the occasion to enrich and deepen their religious faiths and to hear ESTIO N S I was attend...

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