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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Page Eight-A This tiienu is prepared by Bonnie Heller the food management counselor for the Army Community Services. Apple crisp to 6 medium-size cooking apples 3 eup sifted all-purpose flour 1 cup uncooked oatmeal cup firmly packed brown sugar 2 tsp. salt 1 tsp. cinnamon 3 Cup melted margarine Peel core and slice apples. Place in greased backing dish. Combine dry ingredients add melted argarine mixing un- til crumbly sprinkle on top of apples. Bake in preheated ov£n at 375 degrees for 30 minutes or until apples are tender. Serve warm. Makes 6 servings. Rice pudding y4 Cup uncooked rice 1-cup dry milk 4 cups water 4 cup sugar y8 tsp. nutmeg 1 tsp salt cup raisins tsp. vanilla om bine ry ilk and water. Grease a baking dish and place rice and milk in it. Bake covered at 250 degrees for one hour stirring 4 times. Com bine a r salt and ntOmeg. Add it raisins and vanilla to the rice and stir well. Bake uncovered for 1 to 1 y^ hours longer until rice is tender. Homemade potato soup 2 cups...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Friday. May 31. 1974 27th MAINT. BN. The officers’ wives of the 27th Maint. Bn. met Wed. in a Killeen restaurant for their th ly tin o- hostesses for the luncheon was Mrs. Charles H. Jacobson and Mrs. Donald G. Even. arew ell gifts of silver trays shell dishes and 1st Cav. charms were presented to Mrs. Charles H. Jacobson Mrs. Rex. A. Nochols and Mrs. Raymond Vertucci. Welcoming gifts of plants were presented to Mrs. Wil- liam Sivers Mrs. Allen Coady iand Mrs. Debbie Danner. Mrs. Jack L. Sauer made announ- cements concerning upcoming (events. embers discussed the ydves drill team competition for Organization Day. A First Team Luau Luncheon will be June 4 at 11:30 a.m. 27th “Play bay Picnic” for the family will Jbe June 14. The wives of the 127th int. Bn. recently (donated six lovely pictures and two hanging flower baskets to Ithe First Team Museum. At a recent ceremony in the iofficer of Col. Arthur J.’Junot Cpt. Robert A. Webster was •promoted. Guests were Col. ]and Mrs. Jack Sauer...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

a A Greetings sun lovers and warm and happy tidings from the sunny-side of post. Sun Country the 13th Spt. Bde. This is Willie your local sun- beam rep rtin the hap- penings of the *Youngset’. Leading the line of hap- penings is pretty Pfc. Donna Marie arraffa secretary- steno at the Headquarters building. During the latter part of last week the 25-year-old red head copped the title of not only Ms. 13th Spt. Bde.-1974 but of Ms. Ft. Hood Outdoor Recreation. Her runner-up is wife and part-tim female vocalist Mrs. Dorothy Brown sponsored by 27th Fin. Co. Hats off to 1st Pers. and Ad- min. Bn.’s OWC for teaching pageant and to Cpt. Dan Sul- livan program chairman for a “job well-done.” Where’s the next one Sir? Atlantic City N.J. maybe? On behalf of the girls who competed for the title a special “thanks” goes to the ladies of the 1st Pers. and Ad­ N O grads receive awards A special diploma and desk pen set was awarded to Spec. 5 Baxter S. Simpson HHC 1st Bde. 2nd Armd. Div. during grad...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Friday May 31 1974 No ate record has emerged from the war than that of the 1st Cavalry Division swift and sure in attack ta a io an durable in defense and loyal and cheer- ful under hardship. It has writ- ten its own noble history.” General of the Army Douglas MacArthur Behind every great record is a good reason and one of the reasons for the 1st Cav.’s war records is the support it has gotten fr the RED TEAM” Divison Artillery. Throughout a period of reorganizations and redesig- nations the RED TEAM” has remained apart of the a A a in a reorganization is occurring and DivArty nicknamed the “RED TEAM” will remain with the First Team with its vital mission: “to support the Cav.” The 1st Cav. DivArty dates back to the formation of the division in September of 1921 and has amassed impressive credits performing with great distinction in the Pacific in three major conflicts Korea and Vietnam. The years 1921 through 1960 were important years for the 1st Cav DivArty which engaged principal...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Page Twelve-A he 1st n. 8th Cav. “Mustangs” after marching 150 miles in one week last December are now doing less marching and more riding since switching from a ir- mobile infantry to armor as part of the 1st Cav. Div.’s reorganization. The Mustangs still nestled in the 3rd Brigade completed the shift to arm or April 20 with enlisted reinforcements from Ft. Knox’s Armor School Europe and Korea. Infan- trymen wanting to remain grunts had the option of joining other 1st Cav. leg units while those welcoming the change to armor spent 90 days of on the job training earning the secon- dairy MOS. Changing from infantry to arm as no overnight project and for awhile the Mustangs were a combined task force of the two elements. It presented not problems but a unique experience in field training. “A” Company the first to mount the massive green hulks joined its sister companies in 72 hours of escape and evasion maneuvers against enemy battalions and helicopters. C” and B” Companies were next t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Friday May 31. 1974 TRICAP era ends but traces remains The TRICAP era as those in the 1st Cav. Div. have known I4 it is just about over the 1 reorganization has essentially dismantled the components that ade up the triple capability team. This is not to say that TRICAP is dead as a concept indeed the combined arms tactics which the concept ex- ploits is very much alive. Presently the 1st Cav. Div. moves toward a table or organization and equipment much like that of the 2nd Armd. Div. its partner on post. As the division moves away from TRICAP some reflec- tions have emerged as to the development and reasoning behind TRICAP. The scene shifts to May 1962 with the formation of the Army Mobility Requirement ard a by en. am ilton H. Howze. The Howze Board as it came to be known undertook the mission of “developing and testing air- mobile concepts.” 4 In a speech delivered to member of the Army Aviation A sso ciatio of A erica (AAAA) at Ft. Hood last year Howze mapped out the sig- nifican...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Page Fourteen-A a TAKE COVER Spec. 4 Alfredo Rodriguez of “C” Co. takes cover near trefcs as his unit secures a landing zone for the main strike force during Operation “Moseby II” a search and destroy mis­ A grandmother asked her 15 telligent in the ways of the year old grandson “If you World 'why do you keep young people are all so telling US to understand bright informed and in- YOU?” r* ZPoade Com plete line martne & tropical fish & supplies 513 East Rancier Avenue 10 Gallon Aquarium 15 Gallon Aquarium 20 High Aquarium 20 Long A quarium ............... 8 Now In Progress 30 GALLON ALL GLASS AQUARIUM •WITH FULL FLOURESCENT HOOD .30 GALLON ALL GLASS AQUARIUM With Sliding Glass Canopy & Poly Light .* 4 8 55 GALLON ALL GLASS AQUARIUM With Sliding Glass Canopy & Polo Light J8995 •EUREKA 10 Gal. Undergravel Filter.................. *2.79 I EUREKA 1 5 /2 0 Gal. Undergravel Filter ..*2.98 10 Gallon Double S ta .........................................*8.95 Pink issers. 2/’...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Friday*. May 31 1974 On April 19 the “Mustangs” of the 2nd Bn. 8th Cav. I [J rejoined the 1st Cav. Div. en- ding nearly two years of inac- tivation. The Mustangs” became apart of the First eam ’s 1st Brigade in a ceremony that day as part of th a iv is reorganization. k. The unit’s crest represents a lineage from the 8th Cav.’s birth in 1866 and the Indian engagments it fought in that century to the blood those troopers shed on foreign shores first in Cuba at the turn of the century in World II later in Korea and more recently in the Vietnam con- flict. At the time it was organized the unit was constituted as “B” Co. 8th Cav. Organized at Presidio of San Francisco in the latter part of 1866 the unit was first stationed in north- west United States performing sco rt uties and guard details. The 8th Cav. spent the next several years in Arizona fighting Apache and Comman- che Indians although most of the unit’s action consisted of numerous small skirmishes. In 1875 the 8th Cav. was as-...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Page Sixleen-A Mrs. Vera Coles whose husband’s a tanker likes the Army. And likes to talk about it. “Charlie wasn’t in the Army when we first got married. But after awhile we decided to give Army life a try. “One of his reasons for joining and for reenlisting is college. He says that although it might take a little longer in the Army it’s easier and a whole lot cheaper. “The medical benefits are important to us too. Our bills would have been impossible as civilians. Plus the doctors have been outstanding. You know they don’t treat you like you’re just another case. “But basically we’re staying in because we’re happy here as a family. And I think that’s the best reason of all!’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL "The Army’s been good to this Army wife.” Today’s Army gets better every time a good family reenlists. Friday May 31 1974 I

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Friday- Mav 31. 1974 The Tire Industry Safety Council has launched anew nationwide campaign for proper tire inflation featuring ja free car sticker which asks service station attendants to “Please Check My Tires.” roper tire inflation is more important than ever now” said Council Chairman Malcolm R. Lovell Jr. “It helps save gas as well as promotes tire safety and bet- ter mileage.” The colorful little sticker printed in red yellow and black is to be placed on the car bumper gas tank cover or any other surface where it will be seen by service station per- sonnel during normal service. Spaces are provided at the bottom of the sticker to write ^in the proper inflation pres- sures for front and rear tires. The figures to be obtained Until the enactment of the “Truth in Lending Law” in- terest and finance charges were stated in so many dif- fering ways that it was vir- tually impossible to know just what credit was costing you. The “Truth in Lending Law” requires creditors to state char...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Friday May 31 1974 |w Av .v .v .'. T.5J is I 1 I By JE DEMOS HHC 13th Spt. Bde.’s softball team ay have been un- |derestimated by many teams as they suffered five defeats in their first six games. But last week HHC proved different Stopping three teams to move their record to four wins against five losses. On May 20th they began their charge. Falling behind 5-0 against the 96th Trans Co. HHC came up with 12 runs and held the 96th Trans Co. scoreless for the last six in- nings taking a 12-5 victory. Russ Crawford the short fielder made four outstanding defensive plays picking off runners trying to advance from first to second base on all four plays. An alert second basem an ack Williams {enabled Crawford to advance. On May 22nd HHC showed how they could come back. Once behind seven to four they picked up a total of nine runs in the fifth and sixth in- nings to take a 13-10 lead. However in the seventh in- ning the 418th Trans Co. scored five runs. Leading 15-14 with two outs and base...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Page Two-B UP AND OVER Action is happening during the Post Volleyball Tournament recently held at the Post Gym. The Ft. Hood representatives recently competed in the The Alamo City is getting ready for its first-ever profes- sional W world Team Tennis match between the Houston EZ Riders and the Los Angeles Strings and tickets are on sale today. The match is set for 7:30 p.m. on Monday June 3 in the HemisFair Arena. Tickets are ed at $12.50 $6 and $3 and A available at all Joske’s at S an Ant oni military bases and at the Arena ticket office. The EZ Riders featuring professional world champion John Newcombe and former Trinity University star Dick Stockton will play three at- ches in San Antonio all spon- sored by Athletic Promotions Inc. a subsidiary of Profes- sional Sport Ltd. which erates th San Antonio Spurs of the American Basket- ball Association. In addition to ABOUT LEARN PLEASE PRINT NAME *.* on my ofl I want to know more about the growing field of Electronics and the many e...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Friday May 31 1974 A total of 60 entrants turned out for the Sports Car Club of Ft. Hood’s busy Memorial Day yVeekend of Racing. Courses and weather were ideal for the se rie and a rtic ip a ts tra le from as far as Houston and San Antonio to compete. The Spring Hill Club on Saturday and Sunday drew 31 drivers including four women. /Bright sunlight hot air and fast cars made for a sticky road surface and that surface shown like fresh asphalt by the end of Saturday’s practice ses- sion. That unexpected adhesion contributed significantly to faster lap times for several cars and set the stage for the breaking of the unofficial course record. Bill Carroll’s Porsche 91 IS Carerra set the new record in Sunday’s time trials with a time of 1 min. 38.164 seconds through the 1.8 Shake heads and come out thinking It was a rich weekend for Fort Worth native Johnny Rutherford he won the Indianpolis 500 for 1974 Rutherford collected r$245031.52 for his work...Houston football coach Bill Yoeman wi...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Page Four-B SPORTS Open and shut case By JERRY REED The following comments come from a recent letter sent to Ann Landers in a local publication: Dear Ann Landers: Call me petty ungracious whatever—but I must get this off my mind. For years I travelled with crummy luggage. Finally I decided to do without a few other things and buy myself some really classy travelling cases a matched set even if it took me two years. Which it did. The letter went on to say that when the individual bought the new luggage people kept borrowing it and when they did they mistreated the luggage. Ann Landers advised the writer to just say “no” to the beggers. That particular incident reminds me of one that will take place in Lubbock Texas on June 22. I refer to the Coaches’ All-America Game. The players in that game will be finishing up their col- lege careers and some will enter the professional game. Upon completion of the game many players will be able to get some things off their minds. THEY DO TALK Wit...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Friday. May 31 1974 ir By s. cC len A creation of awe is respec- IJed by children and saints for it is only to them that His I treasures remain ever sacred ever shining and new. With the passage of tim e perception dims until at last we stand before the world fully mature but seeing the world through a haze. Yet for any one of us this haze may be lifted and we may 6nce again view the world through the eyes of a child and With the purity of a heart of a saint. N mature in its purest fcrm the smallest of furred $nd feathered creatures are capable of performing this (niracle for even the most eynical of us. rt This phenomenon occurs oc- casionally in the CenTex area. I5vhen the sumer sun shines ^rightly and all the landscape is bathed in the kind of ir- a. 'SMMl ridescent heat that makes you light-headed and causes you to see water irages mi the high­ way ahead of you. On a sumer day when you can see heat waves rising from the sidewalk and the white hot heat makes you groggy and apathe...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Page Six-B CHANGE COMMAND Aw a 13th Spt. Bde ‘^To all retirees you are still mepibers of the Army even though you are leaving. But remember we’ll still be here when you need us. Addressing the 13th Spt. Bd^.’s retirees and awardees at a recent Monthly Awards anfl etirem ent Ceremony was Guest Reviewing Officer Col. W illia D. Lew is DISCOM Commander 2nd Armd. Div. Turning the tables for only the* second time in as many ye- ar cof mi si oned officers (NGO’s) assuming the roles of the.ceremonial staff elements. The weather was near per- fect when Commander of TrOops Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Connie Brooks of the 1st Pers. and Ad- mifi. Bn. commanded brigade personnel. His staff of NCO’s from the major staff sections included Sgt. Maj. Ulysses J. Carter Sgt. Maj. Anthoney Wolitski Sgt. Maj. John Ward and Sgt. Maj. Colbert S. Flagg. The guest reviewing officer for tjie morning ceremony was assisted in presenting the award$ by brigade Cmd. Sgt. Maj: George W. Layne while Master Sgt. Harry Walthall ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Page Seven-B Highway Situation Outlined Roles and transportation resp sib ilities of federal state and local governments should be reviewed in view of current economic circumstan- ces and needs Charles E. Simons ember of the Texas ighway Com mission said recently. I Simons outlined the High- way Commission’s position on th a l- aid highway program and other transpor- tation program to the Texas Congressional delegation. The a tte rs of funding le ls a fle ib ility of program development and management need to be firmly established. We are concerned about the direction and in- volvement the federal govern- ment is taking’’ he said. S im aid the exas Highway Trust Fund beyond the current termination date in 1977. “The Commission believes such continuation is justified because of the national com- mitment to complete the inter- state highway system as soon as possible and to fund other highway program of national concern” Simons said. However there are serious and significant questions...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Page Eight-B Recreation Services CAMERA CLUB An organizational meeting Will be held June 4th at 7:30 p.m. in Craft Shop Branch No. 1‘ Bldg. 3254. Membership is Open to anyone interested in Photography and wanting to know more about it. For fur- ther information call 685-5650. SCUBA CLUB 'The Ft. Hood Scuba .Club wishes the participation of all scuba divers at their next meeting. The summer is just about here and its time to knock off all the dust from your equipment and get back into diving. '-The club has been set up to promote safe diving in the Kil- leen area for both civilians and military personnel. The club has also planned a dive for the 9th of June at Horseshoe Bay. If you wish to find out more in- formation about this dive at- tend the next meeting to be held at Bldg. 38 North (III Corp conference room next to Bldg. 1) at 7 p.m. on June 5th or- contact Larry Leppo at 685-2541 or A1 DeHoyos at 685-7302. If you a ’t make the meeting on June 5th try one of the meetings held on...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

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