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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

A VOL. 32 NO. 46 'v A I EXCEDRIN HEADACHE NO. 43 This gun crew of the 2nd Armd. Div.’s Division Artillery cover their ears to protect themselves from the deafening HELL WHEELS ON For nearly two hundred years the Field Artillery has served the U.S. Army and the nation well. General George Washington set the cornerstone for this magnificent combat arm in Nov. 1775 when he appointed Henry Knox the Chief of Artillery and provided him with 13 companies of Artillery some with only two guns each. Today the Field Artillery boasts the oldest con- tinuous regular Army unit “D” Battery 5th Field Artillery Bn. stationed at Ft. Riley Kansas. “D” Btry.’s first commander was Alexander Hamilton who later became a distinguished Artilleryman and American statesman. Since those early days many great men and Ar- tillery units have distinguished themselves in the ser- vice of their comrades-in-arms and their country. Their deeds continue to be recorded from the horse and mule drawn Artillery of yesterye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

Page Two-A By ARTHUR ESCH Oh say can you see by the dawn’s early light Well dawn really doesn’t come quite so early any more these days. First it was gasless Sun- days now it’s sunless mornings. As we’re all aware of by now a couple weeks ago Congress deemed it beneficial to the nation to go on year-round Daylight Savings Time (DST). But evidently someone forgot to tell the old red rooster on the farm back home. Mom writes and tells me that still the silly creature crows at the crack of dawn just like he and his ancestors have done since they first laid eyes on old Sol only now that’s an hour too late. Of course there is an unseen benefit from DST for those military men who stand in formation each mor­ By MARY LA FAVE In years to come if we [[don’t start conserving our •*hajural resources we will be [-living in a backward state [[[with no electricity or running [•water. With our lack of con- [cem for today’s energy crisis [we are depriving our off- spring of life as we know it ^jtod...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

Friday January 25 1974 A new town sprang-up in the Ft. Hood area last week with the erection by the 48th Med. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. of Tent City. The “city” will serve for two months as th site here the division’: medical personnel are trained and tested in field medical functions. Seventy men began the first course Monday at Tent City which is located in eastern Ft. Hood near Belton Lake. The course lasts ten days seven for training exer- cises and three for testing. The stu en ts who will remain in the field during the test’s entirety will receive training in 12 areas. They are: bandaging and splinting transporation of the sick and OVERHEARD “We went to a huge garage sale the other day but I did- n’t buy it. Have a good sized one at home already.” For weeks I noticed the sweet old lady next door fussing over and tidying up her garbage before the collec- tors came. One morning I happened to be outside when she was and she asked me if I had any grapefruit rinds. When I replied that I d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

Page Four-A Good old days horse manure A popular philosopher complete with license to ad lib once called this the “best of all possible worlds thus adding to the image of the good old days this meaning that there aren’t too many individuals hung up at present on the way things are going now many centuries since that quote was issued. While it is true that the energy crisis inflation poverty and hunger are the prime subjects of nightly newscasts it might be noted that the good old days also had their faults. In those days the three-hour drive to Dallas required many days of travel on horseback or by buggy. To add to the misery of such a trip the motel had not been adequately spaced along the roadways. Too on such a trip bandits could prove to be a problem what with the crime rate being twice what it is today. And it is very hard to chase down a speeding car in order to relieve the occupants of their coin purses. Some may be trying just that soon though but for the gas in the cars rat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

Friday January 25 1974 CAR POOL PLANNING Major Louis H. Prusinov- ski and Mrs. Annette Watters discuss the possibility of a car pool as they fill out information cards for MASSTER’s new car pool information board. The board is set up in the main hallway of the MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) headquarters building at West Ft. Hood. Persons interested in getting in a car pool place their information cards on a numbered section of the bulletin board that corresponds to the town where they live. MASSTER’s deputy chief of staff for logistics then insures that the information is passed on to other drivers who want to get in a car pool also. Maj. Prusinovski works in MASSTER’s operations and planning section and Mrs. Watters works in the MASSTER administrative of- fice. (U.S. Army photo by Brian N. Kanof) New Six Flags theatre to bring top names A new home” is being built at Six Flags Over Texas for the top names in show business. I t’s a half-million-doll...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

Page Six-A The Ft. Hood Officers Open Mess (FHO OM was the scene of the annual Artillery Ball on Jan. 19. Those attending the ball in- cluded Artillerymen from all units at Ft. Hood. The party was co-hosted by the First Cavalry Division Artillery and the Second Ar- mored Division Artillery. Guests were greeted upon arrival by the music of the 1st Cav. Div. band which was playing in front of the club. The band as under the direction of CWO Lake. Also in front of the entrance was a display of the various types of howitzers used by the two division a rtille rie and a Cobra helicopter used in the aerial field artillery role by the 1st Cav. Div. Artillery. In the a in lo of the FHOOM were historical pic- re a a in dressed in period uniforms. The A rtillery decor was maintained in the reception area where guidons from both division artilleries as Well as those of several inac- tive units were displayed. Colonel Jack W. erritt "commanding officer of the 1st Cav. Div. Artillery and Mrs. Mer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

Friday January 25 1974 Fruit Chiffon Parfait 1 pkg. (3 oz.) gelatin dessert 1 cup boiling water 1 cup fruit juice (may be drained from canned fruit) cup instant nonfat dry milk 1 cup or 1 can of fruit Dissolve gelatin in boiling water stir in fruit juice. Chill to jelly-like consistency. Sprinkle on nonfat dry milk and beat until fluffy (will double in volume). Layer the chiffon mixture with fruit and spoon into dissert dishes or fold in the fruit and spoon into dessert dishes. Chill before serving. Old Fashioned Navy Bean Soup 1% cups navy beans 4 strips bacon dried 4 cup chopped onion 2 cups cold ate (fo cooking) 1% tsp. salt I /2 cups milk Dash pepper Wash beans and cover with cold water soak overnight. Cook diced bacon in a heavy a a til lig tly browned add onion and cool until tran sparen t but not brown. Drain beans and put I in kettle with 2 cups of water and salt. Simmer for 2 hours or until tender adding more water as needed. Mash beans slightly. Add milk heat but do not bo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

Page Eighi-A %Y TAKE YOUR PICK Private irst ass George C. Childress wields his pick with a delicate touch to smooth the walls of an underground bunker being coinstructed as part of a MASSTER test at Ft. Hood. The test being conducted by MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) will study new types of bunkers and 1 ROOFTOP MATERIAL— -To build a roof out of dirt soldiers from the 17th Engineer Battalion 2nd Ar- mored Division stretch a wire-reinforced fabric material over the metal frame of an underground bunker at West Ft. Hood. When the fabric sheeting is in place the men will cover the entire structure with sandbags and a layer of loose dirt. The bunker was built as part of a test being conducted by MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) to examine new concepts in field for- tifications. The bunker pictured here is one currently used by the British Army for a unit headquarters in combat situations.U.S. Army photo by Brian N. Kanof...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

Friday January 25 1974 By JOAN GILBERTSON On short notice a volunteer family is called on to take charge of a young child left homeless. The situation isn’t new to this family. They have opened up their lives before to bewildered children left homeless by unconcerned parents. Quietly they explain to their own children that a small boy or girl will be staying with them for a few days. Accomodations will have to be shared. Present .p la ay have to be changed but only for a short time. The visit will be tem- porary. This family is an integral part of the Army Community S ervice’s rises arent I program. These are special people who have the rare ability to extend love and genuine co ern to an unknown child. They enjoy the experience of making a frightened child feel secure Suppose you are in the boonies on afield problem and all you have to com- municate with is an FM radio. You need to talk to someone in garrison by telephone immediately how do you do it? Answer: RWI radio-wire integra...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

Page Ten-A “Elimination of the mor- ning report in SIDPERS unit” was the topic of a land- mark briefing by Maj. John Blackburn Tuesday morning in a 2d AD classroom. Although there had been some talk of an impending major change in the morning re mp elimination of the mornihg report came as a surprise as the Army has depended on this time honored report con- sisting of basicly the same in- formation since 1789. One such report on display in the National Archives and dated i796 bears much the same information carried on a report of today although the form itself has been revam- ped several times. The age of data processing and computers has reached out to engulf this ‘old Army’ bastion. With the new DA form replacing the old DA form 1 the entire report will be condensed to a personnel data card for each individual. rZ K/ KING SP E A E Rep. Bernice John- work towards achieving his aspirations son state representative from Dallas Mrs. Johnson spoke at Ft. Hood’s tells a standing room on...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

I Friday January 25 1974 S' S ports he perfect crim By JERRY REED Jack A nderson and Sergeant Joe riday are presently conducting a private investigation into the N.F.L. draft slated for Monday. Jack and Joe along with Harry Morgan alias Bill Gannon are doing a follow up into a lead that they received at 10:15 a.m. yesterday. It didn’t take long to find out that the alleged crime had all the symptoms of a 203 hoarding of the telephone lines. The individuals guilty of the felony have had their names withheld and identity changed to protect the innocent they will be revealed Mon- day. Monday is the day that the National Football League will conduct it’s annual draft of college players. Joe Bill and Jack have concluded that the draft was the root of all the evil. Ordinarily the word “draft” alienates most guys but to the some 2000 collegiate athletes who will be involved it’s something different. It means a chance to perform as a professional and be “in the money.” According to the inve...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

Page Two-B 4 T\ '*4 TWICE AS NICE The Bischel twins Mike and Rick (right) and the Godwin twins Roddy and Randy are the center of attention at Anderson Golf Course. The lady ticularly good evenin at everything humorous crack in husband. hope the small they she giggled have a lot with then.” income tax returns prepared for as litde as *5 accurate complete confidential... by trained consultants. Call come by now ...th year ’round tax service! “lin a cia financial nouseesuoh TflX mRSTERS a rv ic IS I tr ie Inc Godwin Bischel twins capture look alike title as patrons do double take WHO’S WHO Mike and Rick Bischel Hood Anderson Golf Course. The pair Mike right and Rick left or is it the work at the Golf Course Pro Shop and other way around. The two twins from give lessons from time to time. (Photo St. Paul Minnesota are just part of the by James Eastwood) unusual situation that exists at the Ft. c INTERSTATE SECURITIES COMPANY 604 N. Gray—Killeen—634-0206 114 S. 12th Waco—754-0301 The pai...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

Friday January 25 1974 By JERRY REED Sports Editor The Ft. Hood Basketball team has been like Dow- Jones In stria ls lately there has been numerous losses and gains. MAKING A COMEBACK Amos Cooper suffering from a leg injury for most of the season is making quiet a comeback for the Ft. Hood Tankers. Cooper led the Tankers in scoring with It was another exciting Sat. of Basketball for the Depen- dent Youth of Ft. Hood. The Ft. Hood DYA Basketball program is now in its third big week and the League Standings thus far are as follows: SENIOR Team NETS SQUIRES 76’ers Pacers The second round of D.Y.A. Junior League Basketball was completed on Saturday of last week at the 13th. Sup- port Gym. The first game saw the Cougars beat the Bullets 28-17. First the Tankers lost a coach in the person of A1 Newmith and at the same time have gained some new members. Nesmith stepped down to devote all of his time to his sonics who won a close one over the Knicks 26-23. This was the second week of a 10 e...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

Page Four-B The 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. of the 2nd Armd. Div. has got so many new variables in their annual Tank Gunnery Test th a ’s like going through it for the first time instead of the eighth time at Ft. Hood. irst of the changes is location. Troops “A“ “B” and C” of the Silver Sabres” will fire two of their eight tables at the new Crit- tenberger ange. It will mark only the second time tank gunnery has been fired at Ft. Hood’s newest tank range. th a rew Qualification Course the Hell on Wheels troopers will be firing all tank weapons at a variety of stationary and moving targets just like the last eight years but with one important new variation. “We’ll be firing new 152 mm am munition which is found only in the Sheridan Top men selected Two 1st Cav. Div. soldiers were recently named the post _NCO of the uarter and Soldier of the Quarter for the .previous quarter of the fiscal year. Sgt. Ronald Owens D” Troop 1st Sqn. 9th Cav. was -selected as Ft. Hood’s top NCO of the Quarter whil...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

2 5 1 9 7 4 Yw "To ARE TH SoumoM ENERGY LOW EVERYDAY Black Pepper Butter Flavor Garlic Salt Vanilla Extract Black Pepper crisis spams im PRICES! COMPARE •r ’A’Plaln. Crown Colony 26-oz. Box W Truly Fine. Holding Power! 1 3 Can W 394 Shampoo 394 Ground Can Crown Colony. Imitation 1-ox. Bottle La wry 1-oz. Crown Colony Bottle Breakfast Favorite! Sliced Bacon Slab. Rindless. 98* —Lb. Safeway Bacon $118) N I Quality I 1-Lb. Pkg. Lunch Meat Chipped Meats Hot Links Link Sausage Little Sizzlers Smok-Y-Links link Sausage Rath Bacon Armour Bacon Boneless Ham Mexican Sausage ^Red or ^Golden Washington. Extra Fancy —Lb. Tangerines Seedless Raisins Pitted Prunes 12-oz Pkg. Hormel Sausage Eckrich Sausage 10-ox. Pkg. Oscar Mayer Pork. Natural Casing $129 Hickory Smoked. Sliced 1-U*. $125 Pkg. Armour Star. Miracure 1-Lb. Pkg. $125 Swift’s Hostess. Halves $219 lb. Delicious Apples Ruby Grapefruit 25* -u 294 Easy to Peel I Town ’/i-o 0 4 House O Pkgs. kt-794 Blackberry Jam 694 Orange Juice Minute Ma...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

Page Six-B This late week in January finds Jef- ferey trapped at the Hotel Sahara in Las Vegas. Je ff’s Mark VI only gets 6 wiles allon and Jef as unable to find enough gas to escape from the city limits. Fortunately for our readers Jeff was able to spend his spare time profitably I 2 E S A I A E A E S S O N S IN A O S O 1 From Warner Bros .............................. •lt'S The Wild Ones.’ you know Marlon Brando. .at the time it couldnt be released. Magical Mystery Show’ was a bit like that. The interest came later. .well what ever happened to it. that’s a big magical itself. I think it was a good show. It will have its day. you know.” paul McCartney ROLLING STONE. JAN. 31. 1974 EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT BIG CINEMA FRI. & SAT. FEB. 1 & 2 COPPERAS COVE IG I N E A COPPERAS COVE 547-2233 OPEN DAILY 6:30 Pld First Showing Begins a* 7 PM stn Student or Military ID for Discount lU O MAURIE A and O A I O I I N A 19 3 6 E S I O N I A E E A E E E S O W A N E S S E E A 1M A E S O A Warne...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

T’ ?.^1'- fV 11 Friday January 25 1974 28 8:% Care and Concern 8:43 IFR Flight Plans-DD Form 175 (Stopover) 9:00 M3 M3A1 Submachinegui Assem- bly and Disassembly Pt 1 9:48 Vehicular Installation of FM Radio Equip 10:00 Tactics A Employment of German A Russian Arty 10:38 Mech Tng on .45 Cal Pistol Pt 1 11:38 The Army Commissary 12:28 Care and Concern 12:43 HeliEopter vs Armor in Mid-Inten- dty Environment 1:00 M73 achinegun Gen Assy A Disassy 1:39 MEch Tng on M85 Machinegun Pt 1 Gen Disassy 2:00 Amphibious Operations 2:39 One Force 3:00 Communications Security 3:39 Cycle of Functioning .50 Cal Machinegun 2 4:00 Testing Switchboard SB-22A/PT Line A Trunk Signals with Test Set 1-181 4:30 Our Heritage 5:28 Care and Concern 5:43 But More Than This 6:10 Athletes in Action 7:28 Care and Concern 7:43 Though the Earth Be Moved TtaesAay January 29 8:27 Timber Trestle Bridges 9:00 Intro to Vehicle M113A1 9:20 Intro to Map Reading 10:00 Annual SAEDA Presentation 10:57 Highlights of Armor Activi...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

Page Eight-B & *+S'1 & Lost & Found LOST WALKER O O N HOUND $100 REWARD 628-6316 BUSINESS SERVICES Dresses/ Sewing 040 CU ST O S E W IN a lo ad lothes fo en W om en. Call Cha A nytim e. 526-5916. (tfn) Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV ran N ew 19 Inch rta le ith Built-in A ntena. Rented by th ay W eek onth. Come by an ake S le tio fro O a Stock. monthly entals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 W est ancier Ave. ille ............................................634-4742 ________________________________ (tfn) Furn. Upholstery 046 7 IE E LIVING room su it $199.95 iscount urnitu re 315 N worth 8th 634-0323 ______________________ Air Con. Heating GEORGES 'AIR CONDITIONING '.-H E A IN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Misc. Services 063 O pen 0900 to 1830 ours Killeen 526-5584 RENTALS E E TEXAS -JUST AN EASY RIDE FROM THE FORT! ake FM 439 to 2305 on W est A dam a a a ic ew hom e. -__________________________________(tO REAL ESTATE City Property 090 BRICK HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER LOCA...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

Friday January 25 1974 BRANCH NO. 10-01 (Main PX Complex) 11-02 11-04 (A lice 's Pad) 11-0401 9 11-0402 11-05 11-07 11-16 11-1601 11-17 I 11-1701 11-23 14-03 (Picnic Palace) 14-08 (Montague illage) 14-0801 14-0802 14-11 (Pershing Park Pantry) 13-10 re tail sales only Main Svc Sta) 13-1001 re tail sales only Svc Sta) Why should I lock my doors at home when I’m at work? Hie kids wouldn’t be able to get in after school you dummy. By Joyce dark FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 809 N. 4th—634-6262 KILLEEN Sunday School....................9:30 Morning Worship ........... 10:45 Training Union ................5:45 Evening Worship................7:00 Prayer Meeting Wednesday—7 :30 Supervised Nurseries NORRIS ONSTEAD Our Pastor Offers a Warm Welcome to You—to Join our Fellowship and Be a Part of Us. WON-ClVISIONAL POST CHAPEL (5-6121) Catholic Sun 1000 Protestant Sun 11001900 Protestant Choir Wed 1900 DARNALL ARMY H05PITAL CHAPEL (5-2216) Protestant Sun 1000 Catholic Sun 0900 Catholic Mon Thru Fri 1130 B...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 25 January 1974

Page Ten-B SP/4 Larry Pittm an digs diesels. So uch in fact that he turned down a job some guys would have jumped at. “T he other job involved a lot of protocol. A nd that just isn’t my bag. “O ut on my wrecker I ’m ore my own boss. It’s my job to make it go. A nd keep it going. “I like the guys I work with too. Everybody knows what they’re doing. And they like what they do. “I also like the benefits that come with the job. But mainly it’s the diesel. I ’m staying in to stay with it’.’ Whyareyou staying in? FORT HOOD SENTINEL S 1 mm ip iw ts mm 'HiC* ^r/ -it- Friday January 25 1974

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