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

VOL. 32 NO. 45 Another segment of Ft. Hood’s continuing efforts to aid in alleviating the present fuel shortage begins today as the FORT HOOD SENTINEL initiates coor- dinating efforts for personnel at Ft. Hood wishing to organize car pools. On this page our readers will find information forms including spaces for name departure time point of origin and destination and either duty or home phone* These forms can be mailed or hand carried to the SENTINEL office Bldg. 60. If the forms are not available interested personnel can print the information on a plain sheet of paper and follow the same procedure. All ad requests to the SENTINEL must be in writing. The information gathered from the forms will be printed in th ‘‘Convenience rn r” of the SEN TIN E L’S Classified Ads section under the headline ‘‘Pool It”. Each car pool request will be printed in th ‘‘Pool It” section for two consecutive weeks. It will be up to each individual to contact the person with whom he wishes to ride and mak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

Page Two-A & $ FOR REPORTIN AND WRITING fr SAD JOURNALISTS 1 HELL ON WHEELS INFORMATION SPECIALISTS NOTORIOUS FOR JOURNALISTIC EFFORTS IN THE’ HOOD SENTINEL! AND COMMAND INFORMATION PROGRAMS ARE NEEDED// ANYONE WITH JOURNALISTIC it EXPERIENCE OR NEWSPAPER- BACKGROUND SHOULD CCtWCT CPT.MtLLEi&\ fi\ OR SFC: PETERS AT 7553/2 2 1 3 OR THE INFO O FIC E BCPG.*&Of _____ Chapel events on TV If you a erin what’s happening at the post chapels there is a 15-minute TV program on Ft. Hood TV channel 5 which features all the events happening in the various units and chapels. The program entitled “In- sight” is sponsored by the III Corps and Ft. Hood chaplains and is hosted by Chaplain Bill De Leo of the 2nd Armd. Div. Artillery. An important inverview is featured which focuses upon a certain chapel event faith of en in atio so that viewers can become better informed. The program is designed to get the word out” about how active Ft. Hood’s chaplains and chapel programs are. Courses to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

Friday January 18 1974 METAL SCULPTURE Many people who a tten the eta scu lp tu re workshop at Ft. Hood turn out unique pieces such as this. On Tuesday January 22 at 7 p.m. a direct metal sculpture workshop will be held at the Recreation Services Welding Shop Band receives new brass The ell On W heels’’ Band 2nd Armored Division now has new collar brass. Replacing the old brass will be an oversized one-piece U.S. and the band lyre. The new a ad a distinctive appearance to the bandsm en while promoting “esprit de corps.” The change over is part of For The FINEST IN MEN’S & BOY’S FASHIONS Shop 310 Cove Terrace Copperas Cove 547-3393 i- & Maj. Gen. Robert L. air’s 2nd Armored Division Com- manding eneral vision of the band’s recent “face lift WELCOME TO BIG MAC TIRE CO. Where You Get The Best Fol less" Harker Heights-699-6262 SA O N W IDE OVALS RUTLAND’S Serving You from Two Locations OPEN /V I McDonald’s 1 1* Bldg. 1147 located on Park Avenue. Everyone is invited and no previo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

'Page Four-A I Pooling has advantages Armadillo’s find less cars The “Save the Armadillo” era in Ft. Hood inadver- tently got underway recently with the “Pool It” push inaugurated by the Sentinel. The “Pool It” campaign is an attempt to get individuals to band together in groups for car-pool reasons in an attempt to also aid the energy conservation drive at Ft. Hood. The armadillo era is a by-product of the “Pool It” campaign and could quickly become the rage of the Southwest and if armadillos should choose to expand their stomping grounds eventually the world. The armadillo is by natural reasons a slow animal when it comes to reacting to fast approaches by two- ton automobiles 20-ton semis and mean green deuce and halves. This sluggishness and inherent inability to evade the wheels of the man-made machines has placed the armadillo in a precarious situation. If car-pools should become popular the number of automobiles on highways could be reduced by as much as 75 per cent depending ...

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

"5 r} fe| Friday January 18 1974 jfa Ciaf*». o»i* Jj'.'att. fsjefca: I Is*** iA E 4 NP ’WA& I AM A COMPUTER CARP. AM THF ONLV 0/WE /$D KNOWS \6U ARE K///A/P ON pa ym en ts. PAY Wi7H //V 7 PAYS. IF /Vox I MU 1£LL A Humam amp SHE WILL HAVE Thirty-seven Army reser- vist from Laredo Tex. did more than their fair share of work on post last weekend. As part of their weekend training the 850th Collection and Classification (C&C) Co. worked at recovering and reclassifying salv ag eab le materials from unrepairable at the Ca nibalization Point. a in the a ni a at Point to a civilian junk yard the com- mander of the 850th C&C felt his unit’s work was “pretty clear cut” ‘‘First useable parts must be removed from the unrepairable” explained Cpt. Victor Villareal. “These are in for their general condition and poten­ jm iA IM /w 13 VfoRK OMER-TlHE ....fTKank yx). MOPERN IMN6- Laredo Reserve visits here tial value”. After this inspec- tion he said the parts are classified placed in sto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

Page Six-A CAKE CUTTING Pfc. Charles Carter of the First Team’s Horse Cavalry Platoon and his 20 year old bride the former Nita Beth Nelson use an authentic saber to cut their First Cav. wedding cake. Carter 19 from Sonora Texas met his wife when the Horse Platoon participated in the Bargess Fest in Officers’ wives of G-l sec- tion 1st Cav. Div. met at the home of Mrs. Laddie Cox on Jan. 11 for their monthly cof- fee. Mrs. Frederick Schrader was co -h stess for the gathering. Mrs.. Jack Mullen led the business meeting. Farewell was said to Mrs. Jack Nor- Departure celebrated On Saturday Jan. 5 a going-away party was held for CSM and Mrs. W. D. Len- tz .departing CSM for Div Ar- ty 2nd Armd. Div. Lentz will be leaving this week for Ger- many where he will be ser- ving his final assignment before retiring. Cocktails were hosted by Col. and Mrs. A. B. Akers DivArty Cmdr. followed by dinner at the Officer’s Club. Guests in attendance in- cluded Lt. Col. and Mrs. Thomas Kelly Lt. Col. an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

iff ‘Tv V9 ZV I Friday January 18 1974 Jfc 3K Greetings! This is Ria Saunders from the 180th Trans. Bn. doing this week’s column of “Sun- burst” for Willie who’s off at­ The Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) has an ed a ajo breakthrough in its quest for early delivery of women’s fashion ear to overseas outlets. According to Maj. Gen. C. W. Hospelhorn AAFES com- mander the good news cen- ters around an arrangement with one of the natio ’s leading names in fashion sportswear. It means items destined for popularity this spring already have been a ir-sh ip to erse as locations areas which long have suffered from the time lag of extensive shipping pipelines and other logistical problems. “In fact shipments already have arrived at exchanges th ro th a ific Europe and Alaska” Gen. Hospelhorn said. “And it’s just the beginning.” AAFES has worked with a MEDDAC MEDDAC officers’ wives will have a brunch at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday January 23 at the Cowhouse Motel. A demonstration of vario...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

a E A By TODD GILMAN Ecology and energy conser- a tio in to be programs of major interest at MASSTER (Modem Army S le te S te st Evaluation and Review). RECYCLE POINT The establishment of one centralized recycle collection point for waste paper is just one part of MASSTER’s (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) continuing ecology efforts. MASSTER is supplying offices with “Ecology Boxes” in order to save newspapers memoran­ A erican Technological niversity has announced an th er new ed catio al program in keeping with its ilo so of providing realistic educational oppor- tu itie a to cupational preparation and upgrading. ealizing that many students already have a ’s a ’s (amd) ANSWERS The eterans Ad­ ministration pays me pension uiider the so -ca lled old law.” Can I switch to pension under the “new law?” A Yes if it would be to a a a It is suggested however that you first discuss it with a VA rep resen tativ e since once you’ve made the change you cannot return t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

j'n ay January 18 1974 igftj RiBl SILENT ARSENAL—A World War II vintage ‘‘Chi Ha” Japanese Tank awaits repairs at the Nimitz Memorial Naval Museum in Fredericksburg Texas. The The Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) has begun anew bad check prevention policy based on a successful program being used in the Washington D.C. area. a C. W. Hospelhorn AAFES comman- r aid th expanded program initially will mean the use of finger imprint “fraud prevention devices” at check-cashing stations at the 39 locations. Eventually the locations will be tied into a central computer containing a record of all customers who have previously passed no- good checks to the exchange. The finger imprint devices are expected to be in use by Dec. 15 at the following in- stallations: Capitol Exchange Region t. ix cG uire AFB Langley AFB Ft. Hamilton and Ft. Lee. By Feb. 1 at these in- llations: Alamo Exchange jgion Ft. Sam Houston Brooks AFB Randolph AFB lly A t. lk E ngland A FB Lackland AFB Ft. Bliss F...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

I Friday January 18 1974 SPORTS A crusty performance By JERRY REED Once upon a time there was a chick by the name of Hubbard who went to the cupbard to get her poor dog a bone however the cupbard was bare tough luck for the dog. Ole Mother Hubbard didn’t have it half as bad as the old broad that lived in a shoe with all the kids. Our Chinese friends are noted for such famous thoughts as “man does not live by bread alone” well at a dollar a loaf it’s hard to do that these days. This problem is not only faced by the mythical characters in the above mentioned paragraphs but everyone else in real life. Ma Hubbard and the old gal in the shoe are part of favorite nursery ryhmes now that has been taught to us ever since we were knee-high to Dr. Suess. There is anew Mother Goose-type story in the form of the latest Super Bowl. It was more like a two-act play with overtones of Mark Twain inflected into the script. The only good thing that came out of it was that the Minnesota Vikings were ab...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

Page Two-B Hoc Frank Hughes a member of the World Hockey Association’s All-Star Team leads the Houston Aeros against the Los Angeles Sharks at the Sam Houston Colisium tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. Houston is presently leading the Western Division of the WHA and Hughes is one big reason for that position. He is having one of his best years on the ice. The 5’10” 180-pounder is recognized as one of the best skaters in the league and is among the top scorers. Hughes along with the Howe family Gordie Marty and Mark are making things happen in Houston. This hockey match is one of the many featured spor- ting events slated in the state this weekend. There is plenty of basketball action in both the professional and college ranks also. The Houston Rockets and the San Antonio Spurs are both in town this weekend. The world champion Ne\V York Knicks invade Hofheinz Pavilion tonight to face the Rockets and tomorrow night the San Antonio Spurs host the Ken- tucky Colonels at the Hemis Fair Arena. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

Friday January 18 1974 Four close games marked the in itia actio of the Dependent Youth Activities’ I te ia te ask tb all By ARTH ESCH That steamroller known as the 2nd Armd. Div. basket- ball team suffered a brief setback in the championships 4game of the Killeen City eague but sh rtly the “Destroyers” will begin their it of ts a plaudits as teh League’s le-elim in atio to r- nament begins on January 30. The HOW cagers were Six ‘A’ Swimmers represen- ted the Ft. Hood Dolphins at the Chaparral Sports Inter- national/Alamo Heights Swim Meet in San Antonio this past weekend and placed sixth among eleven teams. Greg Goulet swimming in ♦he 11-12 boys events was a in a the Dolphins taking a first place in the 200 yard individual medley and the 200 yard freestyle. He placed second in the 100 yard butterfly third in the 50 yard freestyle and 500 yard freestyle fifth fn the 100 yard freestyle 100 yard backstroke and seventh in the 100 yard breaststroke. League which consists of boys in the ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

Page Four-B Littering oil reclamation recycling of soild waste and utilities conservation. All of •■♦these and more are areas of concern for the Ft. Hood En- vironmental Quality Control Office (EQCO). Through the efforts of the EQCO the irectorate of Facilities Engineering (DFE) has put together a number of programs that will assist in a lle ia in so of th problems connected with the protection and enhancement of our environment. The EQCO as established in a 1973 a a provisional organization and the overall Ft. Hood Environ- a a lit ontrol Program as approved on ay 1 1973. The EQCO operates under the direct supervision of Col. W. K. a sse t ir of facilities engineering who is /assigned as the installation’s Environmental Quality Con- trol Officer. Ft. Hood lik other in- ta lla tio a a major problem in litte in and unauthorized dumping of rub- bish. If everyone refrained from littering we would not have this problem. Ft. Hood’s E iro en ta E asis .Month in N ovem ber kicked off an ag...

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

ltlary 18 1974 (6 l! It It. ’i v1 .. Hanst Quality! Ready to Cook! (Sftu. 47) wfc.i._u. Roasting Chickens Fryer Halves Pinwheel Pack Split Breasts is. Fiyer Halves Big Buy! Aspirin Safeway. 5-Grain lO O t. Battle Toothbrushes #psodont. Adult E 5 9 Taster’s Choice Coffee B-oi Fraazf Driod Jar -fin « A. .. FRESH S O W A -J tfo O tV I 49t 59 79t 85t O ta «SDA Imp. (ra ‘A* Fm h. Fn ili.fl ■_____ I 4 Thiphi BrmmllAi. Fra* USDA Imp. 'A' Fiym WHk Ribf. Fram USDA Imp. 'A* Fitm iChipped Meats jS a fn a Sliced. 4 Varieties —3-o«. Hq. __ Chopped Ham iu79 Stick Salami Armour Cervelat i-rsa. -..$119 Muenchner Sausage (rzss. $119 $119 Hm Chunk lb English Muffins 3 $£5 ij vV S A \IE FU EL. W '«r A jar 5. ®r A S -.4 .V Ss? .'.- S SAFEWAY SELLS ONLY rUSDA GRADE *A‘ WHOLE FRYERS USDA Inspected Grade *A’ FRYERS39 Mrs. Wright's. Tasty! 12-OZ. 4 Hair Spray Trsly Fine. Holdisg Power! -13-ox. Cos Mouthwash Toothpaste Shampoo Vitamin French Bread Skylark. Snfttvmy Special! $ 2 1 8 I $ 1 3 2 Top Quality! Me...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

Page Six-B Mm 21 8:28 Care and Concern 8:43. Preventive ivirintenance Com- munications 9:00 Map Reading Grid Systems & Coor- dinates 9:44 5000 Gal Tanker Truck (M49C) Fitter Opr 10:00 Courses in Civil Unrest 10:49 Tel Set TA-312/PT Circuit Selector Switch 11:00 Operation of M-151 Series '4 -Ton Truck 11:14 Types of Discharge Certificates 12:28 Care and Concern 12:43 Boresighting & Zeroing the M60A1 Tank 1:10 River Crossing Operations 1:42 AWOL 2:00 Functions & Malfunctions of the M16E1 2:49 Admin Office Procedures 3:00 In tro to W heeled & Tracked Vehicles 3:34 Heritage of the Uncommon Man 4:00— Mech Tng on M85 Machinegun Pt 3 4:31 One Welcoming Place San An- tonio 5:28 Care and Concern 5:43 Green Scene No. 1 Your Army Today 6:00 A Song of Arthur 6:19 Chevrolet on Skies 6:46 The Golden Transvaal 7:28 Care and Concern 7:43 John F. Kennedy 1917-1963 8:04 The Mayflower Story Tuesday January 22 8:27 Physical Fitness Pt 1 9:00 Effective Army Writing Pt 4 9:36 The Real Sec...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

Friday January 18 1974 Jefferey was considerably down in the dumps following the loss of his favorite team in Sunday’s Super Bowl but found reasons for his spirits to rise. Im- mediately following the finish of the football game on the tube Jeff wan- dered out on the terrace of the Sahara in Las Vegas and snapped the very “If the mission requires” said a Sergeant Major “we will storm the gates of hell”. The Noncommissioned Of- ficers (NCOs) of the 13th Spt. Bde. may not be storming the gates of hell this time but they will certainly be in the I limelight next week. January 25th has been set aside fo th first NCO A wards and etire Ceremony in the brigade in tw a ceremony will feature all enlisted personnel with the top ranking NCOs in the key ceremonial positions. The Reviewing Officer for the 4:00 p.m. ceremony on ‘-.the a ra field behind HOW man gets medal S a lass Richard E. Snodgrass 502nd I. Co. 2nd Armd. Div. received the Joint Service Commendation Medal for ex- ceptionally mer...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

Page Eight-B An Lost & Found 017 LOST WALKER O O N HOUND $100 REWARD 628-6316 BUSINESS SERVICES Dresses Sewing 040 CUSTOM SEW ING. av lo ade Clothes for Men or Women. Call Cha Anytime. 526-5916. (tfn) Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 Inch Portable with Built-in Antena. Rented bv the Day Week or Month. Come bv and Make our S le tio from O ur arg Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. illeen.........................................634-4742 (tfn) Furn. Upholstery 046 7 PIECE LIVING room suit $169.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323. Air Con. Heating 050 GEORGES AIR CONDITIONING -H E A IN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Misc. Services 063 COINS STAMPS SUPPLIES AND METAL DETECTORS RENTALS Rooms 070 ROOM FOR Rent to Young Lady or ouple. om riv ile No Drugs. 699-6415 or 634-0291. Apartments Furn. 072 COUNTRY LIVING in the City That's living at WESTGATE APARTMENTS BRAND NEW NOW LEASING 1--2-3 ro is 8 unfurnished. Individual Heat &...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

^Friday January 18 1974 Over 800 2nd Armd. Div. members began classes Mon- day under Maj. Gen. Robert L. air’s HOW cmdr. policy of allowing division personnel to expand their high school and college education during duty hours. Addressing the first class Maj. Gen. air said “I’ve een a response to this program The 2nd Armd. Div. is a Issue “It all started in the spring ♦of ’68 over in a ramshakle rundown building located on the southern edge of the old hospital area. One officer and twelve enlisted men pitched in ith a lot of good old fashioned elbow grease and hard work. Making what is today one of the most ef- ffident run sections around.” A ccording to Cpt. Thomas Coley Com mander 62nd Sup. and Svc. Co. Under the efficient leader- ship of Lt. W ilbert Rosen- baum th firs officer in charge of the Central Issue a I .organization had its humble mut note worthy beginning. W in a lieutenant and his men star- ted a tradition of support of the men of the brigade and other non divisional ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 January 1974

Page -B DISCOUNT FURNITURE’S LEA INDUSTRY TABLES NO MONEY DOWN CONVENIENT TERMS DEMONSTRATOR t^io .... SCRAlCHt® S^pUltNT Maytag! the one to buy in the first place! DISCOUNT BOSTON ROCKERS SEVEN-PIECE LIVING ROOM I Terrific Buys AH Down the Line on Famous Maytag Dependability! SAVE BIG! MAYTAG? WASHERS Permanent press and regular fabric cycles 3 Water level settings 3 Water temperature settings Zinc coated steel cabinet with tough acrylic enamel finish FORT HOOD SENTFVF.T SAVE AS NEVER BEFORE DURING OUR... LOVE SEATS STARTING AT $ 9 9 9 9 Family size tub with Power Fin Agitator Attractive brush- ed metal trim MODEL A106 MAYTAG DRYERS Permanent Press Regular and Air Fluff Cycles Famous Maytag Halo-of-Heat drying eliminates “hot spots” Large por- celain enamel drum with easy to clean lint filter Zinc coat- ed steel cabinet with tough acryl- MODEL jc a fjn ish 0-306 MAYTAG DISHWASHERS Full size upper & lower high velocity spray arms plus center post spray 3 level scrubbing eliminat...

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