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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Friday June 29 1973 SPORTS Trial this on for size By JERRY REED The sport of baseball went on trial last Monday night before a national audience in the weekly broad­ cast aired on the N.B.C. television network. This trial strikes a remarkable resemblance to the Scopes Monkey Trials at the turn of the century. Like that historical event the theory of a subject along with the individual was being tried. If you will remember in the case of the Scopes Trials a young teacher was accused of teaching the theory of evolution to his students. Well this type of heressey was worse than drinking a Dr. Pepper. In this particular instance an older fellow has been marked as a Demon he is accused of going against the theory established in the early days of Abner Doubleday. Of course with his candid comments prior to this encounter on the tube the jury (the television audience) were a bit in favor of the other guys. LIVES UP TO REPUTATION This defendant in the trial is commonly referred to as the "M...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

1-^^Page Two-B By JERRY REED SPORTS EDITOR Betty Crocker is noted for her cooking ability despite popular opinion that she is "stir crazy" and always seems to come up with the ingredient that everyone likes. Riddle: What do the Ft. Hood Tankers and "The First Lady Of The Kitchen" have in common? Answer: Recently the team picked up some new players and with the group that was intact the team seems to have the ingredients that everyone who enjoys baseball will be sure to like. Take a group of seasoned players add three new recruits sprinkled with a touch of speed and hitting and before you can say Graham Kerr you have a rejuvenated baseball team that could go somewhere. The team which has been on a long vacation due to the power shortage in Austin has had to collect splinters in the dugout waiting for action. The Tankers a 7-5 club on the year are victims of the power shortage. You see most of the games are played down in Austin where the majority of the teams make their homes. This s...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Friday June 29 1973 By STEVE KERR "Such a deal I have for you" is what many GI's hear when they go in to some dive shops before or after their in- sti action. And such deals they do have. But before you welcome such offers be open- minded and think about the ^ype of diving you will be ^doing after making a pur­ chase. You might have gone diving only a few times and still don't know what kind or how much diving you will be doing in the future. Or like the man that buys a $2800 dollar bass boat and uses it only once a year. He more practicably could have rented a boat for only a fraction of the cost. Of course this does not in­ clude your personal gear (mask fins and snorkel) because no matter how little you use your mask if you get improper fit with it what little time you use it might seem very unpleasant. The gear I am refering to is your tank regulator gauges wetsuit and bouyancy compensator. I will cover each of these items in that order. The tank or tanks that are available are ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Page Four-B By TOM WYLIE Two homeruns in the bot­ tom of the sixth inning resulted in five runs for the 1st Cav. Div. baseball team and a 9-6 win over the Killeen Kangaroos Sunday night. The Kangaroos took an easy 4-0 lead in the top of the third and seemed to be in control until the Cav. unleased a merciless hitting attack in the sixth. Killeen's Rich Boone put the Kangaroos on the scoreboard first in the top of the third after getting on first base with an infield fly over pitcher Harvey Coldiron. Boone went all the way home when catcher Felix Sanchez tried to catch him napping on first but his pitch went far into right field allowing the run. Ron Boyd doubled to right field and then run home when Sam Gonzales picked up a triple on a fly to left field. Gonzales scored on a sacrifice by Glen Cun­ ningham tp put the Roos ahead 3-0. Marlin Millican and Fred Glazner followed with a single each. Matt McCurrin then drove in Millican with a double to NEW MEMBER ELECTED Longhorn Ski Club ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Friday June 29 1973 t::- Recreational services The results of the 1973 Fifth U. S. Army Musical Theatre Contest are in and Ft. Hood's entry of "Anything Goes" directed by Miss Fran O'Malley took home a good share of the ac­ colades. "Anything Goes" took third place in the Best Overall Production category finishing behind second place Ft. Benjamin Harrison's en­ try of "Cabaret" and the first place winner "Take Me Along" from Ft. Bliss. Miss O'Malley's stage direction earned her a runner-up slot in the Stage Direction MAGIC MAN "The Mysterious Novak" hypnotists magician and escape artists will appear at the Phan- »ARETY Ct&mps don't change YOUH sw%?nr)in3 style W. CURTIS STARNES category while Steve Morris's efforts earned Ft. Hood a third in Technical Direction. Jean Zavoina and Mary Beckenbaugh of Ft. Hood swept to victory in the Best Costume class and in the Choreography department it was Cha Shorey of Ft. Hood who walked away with first place honors. Ft. Hood's entry cif "Any...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Friday June 29 1973 By BOB ALLEN The hand is quicker than the eye and a lot of flashing fingers have been ripping off a growing amount of mer­ chandise from Ft. Hood ex­ changes. The song being played by these nimble appendages on Ft. Hood is to the tune of ap­ proximately $50000-$60000 annually a sour note on the scale of any honest musician. G. E. Jorgenson Post Ex­ change General Manager is especially unhappy with the circumstances surrounding the astounding volume of thefts from the local ex­ changes. "The shortages in inventory in the Main Store have doubled almost to the penny over last year's losses" Jorgenson stated "with losses up 51 per cent overall on post." "We have a minimum of $50000-$60000 per year lost to shoplifted merchandise" he added. The anger in his voice con- trolled but nonetheless evident the manager em­ phatically stated that he wan­ ted "some punitive action taken against these people employees or not." Jorgenson commented that his inclusion of employees i...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

age Eight-B Dakota vets must file by Oct. 1 The Texas Veterans Affairs Commission announced Oc­ tober 1 1973 as the deadline for filing for the South Dakota Vietnam Veterans State Bonus. To be eligible under South Dakota law individuals must have had service in Vietnam between July 1 1958 and August 6 1964 or must have had at least 90 days of active duty in the Armed Forces between August 5 1964 and April 1 1973 and must have been a legal resident of South Dakota for six months preceding their entrance into the Armed Forces. Bonus payments are at the rate of $20 per month for ac­ tual time spent in Vietnam and $10 per month for service elsewhere in the world. Maximum payment is $360 for individuals with no Viet­ nam service and $500 for those with a combination of service in Vietnam and elsewhere. Any veteran rated 10 per cent or more disabled on or after July 1 1972 as a result of wounds or injuries or illness incurred while on ac­ tive duty in the Vietnam area regardless of length...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

le 29 1973 SAV0RY Boneless Steaks USDA CHOICE BONELESS Brisket REG. PACKER TRIM TRIMMED Lh- *13* SWIFT'S TEND'r FAMILY PACK A Atf Pork Chops' W TOr Sliced Bacon Seven Steak USDA GRADE 'A' Fryers WHOLE ONLY 2p£ USDA CHOICE AO# W Ib USDA CHOICE SIRLOIN TIP |OA Ib *l Chiffon Tissues Aluminum Foil KIMBELL STANDARD ASST. FLAVORS S LOW DISCOUNT PRICES PLUS GREAT SPECIALS 9 A S S O O S I2.5 ALL FLAVORS A I*IT* KIMBELL CHARCOAL HUNTS TOMATO Catsup 27 14-oz. Btl. bath Z0C Kool Aid Shasta Drinks 0 c™' 03 Briquets 0/ KIMBELL SMOOTH or CRUNCHY A. CHUCK WAGON Af. Peanut Butter M* Bar-B-Q Sauce 35* Some Legal Advice: By CAPT. JOHN D. ALLTON USAF Many young enlisted men and officers are forced by economics and the uricertaintly of assign­ ments to live in apartments or rented homes off base. Though some involve oral leases most include written leases prepared by the landlord. For the inhabitants of large apartment complexes the lease is a complicated form the terms of which are non-negotiable. It'...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Page Ten-B Television may have found the pair to replace Dan and S Brothers. The new Burns and Schreiber Comedy Hour sur­ faced with a preview special last friday night over ABC. And it wasn't bad. Jack Burns is a variation of Dan a E Schreiber fits no particular category. Cloris Leachman and Jack Klugman were on hand to keep the program moving. The 60-minute production was primarily a combination MONDAY Time Program 8:00 National Anthem 8:01 Weather-FH News What's Happening 8:28 Tactical Formation Flying 8:46 Evacuating Crewmen from a Tank 9:00 Courses in Civil Unrest 9:49 Administrative Office Procedures 10:00 Inspection of Tank A to iv a a (Wheeled Vehicles) 10:46 Garrison Mess Equip­ ment Pt 5 11:00 M3 and M3A1 Sub- machinegun Assembly and Disassembly Pt 1 11:48 Barrel and Breech of M109 12:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 12:27 Physical Fitness Pt 1 1:00 Tracked Vehcle Driving AOB Pts 1 and 2 2:16 Map Reading Grid Systems and Coordinates 3 0 0 a a a Teletype 1 3 3 8 a a a Te...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Friday June 29 1973 AAFES looking for comments I a fc"We 1 ballgame" declares the Army and Air Force Ex­ change Service poster and AAFES shoppers who have ^participated recently in the "customer comment program will agree. The Exchange Service has in it "customer suggestion" and "want slip" programs into a single effort. The bright green poster now hanging in AAFES outlets urges patrons to "be a good team member a it management offer com­ ments good or bad tell us like it is." a to ^relations specialist at AAFES headquarters in Dallas said. the main improvement in the rejuvenated program is that a customer who participates by filling out a comment form receives a personal a management within seven working days. "It definitely is a whole new ballgame as far as our willingness goes to listen to customer comments and complaints and to answer questions" Mr. Gates said. invite all our shoppers ®to give it a try and see for themselves." Customers may use the forms available in all food an...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Page Twel've-B By ERIC LAZAROFF A division ceremony at Sadowski Field on June 26 welcomed the historic 6th Cavalry Regiment to the 1st Cavalry Division as the 3rd Sqdn. 1st Cav. was redesig­ nated the 1st Sqdn. 6th Cav. The men and equipment of the 6th Cavalry Regiment left Ft. George Meade Md. earlier this year to become part of the 3rd Armd. Cav. Regiment at Ft. Bliss Texas. On June 25 3rd Sqdn. 1st Cav. commander Lt. Col. Alexander R. MacDonald and Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Roberto Carreras flew to Ft. Bliss to receive the 6th Cav. regimental colors for the redesignation ceremony. The First Team has inherited a regiment that is well entrenched in the annals of U.S. Cavalry history having served with dedication since the early days of the Civil War. mobi lization call for the North in May 1861 created the 6th Cavalry Regiment. Originally designated the 3rd U.S. Cavalry the regiment was renamed when Congress reorganized all cavalry in August 1861. Recruiting for the new regiment was initially...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Friday June 29 1973 By DAVE BENNETT The "Bye Bye Buggy Blues" may not hit the Hot 100 but it's on the lips of several members of "C" Tr- p. 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. of the 2nd Armd. Div. and they wish they didn't have to sing it. As of next week Charlie troops will say goodby to six experimental Army dune buggies that they have tested maintained and enjoyed for 11 months. The dune buggies will be rotated to another unit at Ft. Hood for furhter evaluation. Titled the XR-311 High Mobility Wheeled Vehicle the powerful yet quiet rear- engine buggies have been the object of admiration by the 12-man crew that serviced and cared for them for the past year. "It's an outstanding machine" flatly declared SSG James Bopp. "It's un­ believably flexible and can't be beat for use in a recon­ naissance unit like ours." As head of the "dune buggy dozen" Bopp probably knows more about the XR-311 and its capabilities than its several manufacturers. He speaks about its quietness and maneuverability from more...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Page Fodrteen-B Sentinel ANNOUNCEMENTS Professional B-9 MOTOR STEAM CLEAN SPECIAL Includes Car Wash & Wax $7.50 ZIP CAR WASH West Hwy. 190 Killeen (tfn) Safe Courteous Dependable BUSINESS SERVICE Nurseries Kindergarten C-7 RAGGEDY ANN & ANDY CHILD CARE CENTER: Love and Care for Your Child. Reasonable Rates. Qualified Personnel. 634-3411 or 634- 6459. (—10) Dresses Sewing C-ll PROFESSIONAL SEWING: Dresses Children's Clothing Drapes and Bedspreads. Call 634-1168. Radio TV Service C-15 TELEVISION SERVICE CALLS $6.50 Color or Black & White EXCHANGE TV SERVICE "05 5088 (Tfn) Air Cond. Heating C-21 GEORGE'S AIR CONDITIONING HEATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Landscaping C-26 PROFESSIONAL GARDENING Specializing In: Hedge Trimming Grass Cutting Tree Pruning it Tree Planting •u Grass Sodding & Seeding 547-5586 day or night 303 V.. Ave. B. Copperas Cove (Tfn) House Repairs C-28 We remodel day rooms. On and off post work. Remodeling and steel siding Never needs paint...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Friday June 29 1973 AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles 72 MARK IV Blue with white vinyl top blue leather interior AM-FM stereo tape tilt wheel power windows seat steering & brakes every conceivable option 7000 actual miles local one owner truly next to I new. BEACH- HARDING LINCOLN-MERCURY Used Cars. .773-4021 Corner Ave. A at 8th USED CAR SALE "Fresh Stock" 72 Mark IV Blue with white vinyl top blue leather interior AM-FM stereo tape tilt wheel power steering power brakes windows seat truly fully loaded 7000 actual miles local one owner next to new. 71 Cutlass S 2 door hardtop gold with black vinyl top black vinyl interior automatic factory air power steering power brakes radio heater racing mirrors style steel wheels clean. 71 LeMans Hardtop 4 door automatic power & air lime green vinyl interior mag style wheels extra clean. 71 Skylark Custom 4 door hardtop dark green with white vipvl top green custom interior power steering power brakes automatic factory air low mileage EXTRA CLEAN id...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Page Sixteen-B Sergeant Roy Smith was going for more than the bonus when he reenlisted. "The $8000 helped. But part of my reason for staying in the Army is I can get the rest of my college credits for a degree. I've got 2 years in already. "I enjoy the job I'm doing now as a drill sergeant. But I'd also like to try military intelligence. And eventually get to go to OCS. "It's all there. It's completely up to me and my qualifications for it'.' Sergeant Smith views the Army as one big opportu­ nity for a guy who wants to get ahead. There are job and educa­ tional opportunities. In advanced electronics. Cryptography. Foreign lan­ guages. Data processing. Communications. Traffic FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Why are you staying in? analysis. And lots more. And travel opportunities. In Europe. Korea. Hawaii. Alaska. Panama. And the time to enjoy it. To live it. In away no tourist ever could. And the opportunity to save money on all the every­ day things. Like free housing. Free dent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

VOL. 32 NO. 21 Ilk t v. FORT HOOD SENTINEL 'PUBLISHED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD." FORT HOOD FRIDAY JULY 27 1973 'Published by Community Enterprises Incorporated a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. Opinions expressed by writers herein are their own and are not to be considered an official expression of the Department of the Army. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of the products or services advertised." By ROBERT ALLEN Every morning Monday through Friday at 5 a.m. Troy (SP4) crawls out of bed goes through the mor­ ning routine of getting ready for work and then after bidding farewell to his wife and two-month-old boy drives the 20 miles to Ft. Hood and his duty station. Troy's expenditures for gasoline and automotive upkeep compound his financial problems that began when he faced the problem of many soldiers in the Ft. Hood area the high prices of housing as op...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Page Two-A By ARTH ESCH "Halfway down the trail to Hades in a shady meadow green Are the souls of many dead soldiers camped near a good old-time canteen. And this eternal resting place is known as Fiddler's Green. "Though others must go down the trail to seek a warmer scene No soldier ever gets to there 'ere he's emptied his canteen And so returns to drink again with friends at Fiddler's Green. Most everyone has heard of and talked about the places where he would like to spend etermity. Such places as Valhalla where the spirits of heroes who have fallen in battle enjoy daily feasts. Or Mount Olympus the mythical home of the gods. And many dreams of spending eternity in such idyllic places as Utopia Shangri-la or especially Michigan. But down through time every purveyor of the fires and server of the cannon and rocket better known as Artillerymen have talked about a special place in the Hereafter in which someday they will have the right to roam. It is of course Fiddler's Green. Over...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Friday July 27 1973 JEFFEREY Although she is not a certified public accountant sultry Diane Denzer works with some pretty good figures in her job as a local figure con "If an insurance salesmen gives you a high pressure )line just say "I would like JAG to look at it." If its a good policy the salesmen will have no objections." That's how Cpt. Joe B. Henderson Jr. chief legal assistance officer described one of the services offered by the Staff Judge Advocate Of­ fice (SJA). "A lot of soldiers think the only time anyone pays SJA a visit is when they're in trouble that's just not true" Henderson commen­ ted. "We can give advice on With a history stretching back to within six weeks of the date the Army itself was formed the U.S. Army Chaplaincy will com­ memorate its 198th Anniver­ sary on July 29th. The legal origin of the U.S. Army Chaplaincy is to be found in a Resolution of the Continental Congress adop- ted July 29 1775. As a result! of this action the Revolution which began with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Page Four-A Army money rewards seem to inadequate The Army has found itself between a rock and a hard place when it comes to encouraging the married junior enlisted man to make the army a career. The rock being the intense pressure the Army is under to reduce spending in all areas. The hard place the need for good career oriented enlisted men. Millions of dollars are being spent to improve the living conditions of the single EM new barracks more privacy and specialty houses are just a few of the enticements that the military has invested in to encourage the single soldier to make the Army a career. But what happens if the EM is married? What does the Army have to offer him and his wife? A married GI can not get on post housing unless he is an E-5 or above or an E-4 with four years service or two years service and six year commitment. Due to these restrictions in married housing the junior married soldier finds himself and his young wife living on the civilian economy. The Army budge...

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