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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

/OL. 32 NO. 16 By JOHN PEARCE It's a problem. We giggle about it as youngsters using painful adolescent chants as observant weapons. We utilize its proportions during the teen years glorifying one of its victims at defensive tackle. We even ignore its presence at lavish parties preferring instead to write it off as a sign of "the good life." Being overweight is a problem. In fact. it just might kill you. Recognizing the need for reduced waistlines and slim­ mer fatigue sizes the 13th Spt. Bde. is doing its bit to eliminate the Army's over­ weight situation. Bde. Chief of Staff Lt. Col. Thomas Waters pulled no punches in considering the situation. "Being overweight is a serious matter in civilian life as well as in the military" the colonel said. He added "We've always been concerned about this problem in the Army. What we're doing is more along the lines of firm reemphasis of past policy." TIME TO REDUCE Interpreted policy is this: When your bathroom scale snickers at the mere attem...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

PageT wo-A By GARY KIMLER He was a Staff Sergeant and we.were indoors. As we passed in the hallwJtf ofi my second day in the Army I broke out in a cold Sweat thought for a moment and raised my right hand over my brow. "What's happening sir?" I beamed proud of my knowledge of military courtesy. Seventy-five push-ups later I found out what I did wrong. I didn't like the guy very much anyway. He looked like something out of a recruiting ad you always see in magazines. Besides he didn't like me from the first day I got there. He said I reminded him of his estranged wife's brother. Anyway every time I salute an officer now I think about that drill sergeant. If you're of the enlisted species as I am you find yourself on a scouting mission whenever you are put- doors. Sometimes I don't always spot officers before they spot me. Once I see an officer though I usually have got to pause for a minute to remember whether it's mor­ ning or afternoon. For some reason I always pass officers at noon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

.JJ5f7. ... rFriday June 22 1973 Another in the "can't put it down" series is "The Day of the Jackal" by Frederick Forsyth which stands pat as a genuine suspense thriller. In an age where political assassinations become a constant threat and assume an aura of macabre attentiveness this work lets few down. In a style more exacting penetrating and more professional than Ian Fleming Forsyth presents a fictional but real account of a plot against France's Charles Depaulle. "The Jackal" warms up slowly with action developing around the political ferment of anti Gaullist groups notably the OAS. Thus far six at­ tempts have failed. Now starts the fiction. The OAS resorts to hire a mercenary a blond muscular English professional whose activities have been reported in recent African political assassinations. So clever is this killer that even Inter­ pol hasn't determined his identification. The OAS gives him the code name Jackal plus half a million for the assignment. Even though we are awar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

Four-A The Phantom congratulates the employees of the Housing Referral Division. Helping newly arrived personnel to find adequate housing is a big job. Mrs. Littlefield at the front counter provided the Phantom not only lists of available apartments and houses but also directions and answers to all types of questions. All this was done in a frien­ dly & courteous manner. Should problems between tenant and landlord arise Mr. Baugh handles com­ plaints efficiently. Efficient in their work and counteous in their manner Mrs. Lit­ tlefield and Mr. Baugh are deserving of a special "Working Friendly" award. Wile on the subject of com­ munity services the Phan­ tom congratulates the Vehicle Registration Section on the speed and efficiency of their operation too. However the Phantom wonders why the signs at the counter marked "Vehicle Registration" and "Vehicle Clearance" can't be moved for better observation. In their present position (at the top edge of the counter) the Proper weight c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

rpr-: Frida^ June 22 1973 '•f an.i Concern. By RICHARD STACY The Central Outpatient Records Section (CORS) is one of the most active areas of Darnall Army iospital. More than 125000 medical records are maintained for the personnel utilizing Darnall. It operates 24 hours per day by a staff of nine full time employees and five temporary employees who rotate on three shifts. During the course of the day these personnel will receive over 1750 requests to pull individual medical records. In addition they are faced with the daily task of filing over 2000 lab and x-ray test results in the medical records. With this many records to maintain and such a small staff to do the job Darnall requires the help and understanding of the Ft. Hood community. People may discover that their records are missing. Many factors can cause this happening the patient has taken the records home and misplaced them the physician holds the records in his desk or the CORS personnel have misfiled them. LOST RECORDS I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

srar? rT^y & J# *$ ? Page Six-A Recreational services "Oops! baby I'm your handy man." The man in the old rock and roll song fixed broken hearts but for those of you who are real handy men the Arts and Crafts Cen­ ter Branch 1 in Bldg. 3254 across the street from the 73rd St. Chapel has a great program for you. The Crafts Shop is open from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. Mon­ day through Friday on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Sunday's from 12 noon until 8 p.m. Leather has long been one of man's most reliable materials. Leather is both highly utilitarian and very stylish and an infinite num­ ber of articles can be made from it. Leather working classes conducted by an ex­ pert instructor will be held on Sundays and Mondays. Check with the center on times 5-5650. For you budding Picasso's individual instruction in beginning drawing will be given on Saturday afternoons. On Tuesday evenings from 6-8:30 p.m. you can take your choice between classes in Law Requires Speedy Claims In Civil Ca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

f22 1973 .masculine traits. They define feminity as Iwarmth tact intelligence and involement as opposed to feigned stupidity helpless dependence and intellectual apathy. The libbers main pitch is that women have in­ finite energy and potential that should and must be developed. At a minimum they urge women to do something 1 i'i $P£ Snack Treats! Popsicles Kiddies Delight! S-Bar Pkg. Pink Thing Fruit lee Bar —6-Bar Pkg. Breck Basic useful and interesting. Har­ vard Professor John Kenneth Galbraith recently addressed a Women's Lib group and raised the ire of many. Although he heartily endor­ sed many aspects of the program he chided them about altering words to fit the movement. "Herstory" for "history" "chairperson" for "chairman" and so on. He publicly predicted that 4 Close-up fi7f Toothpaste. Special! Toothpaste. Compare These Safeway Low Low Prices! Chips oft Drinks heese Spread omato Catsup arade Detergent Cleanser Liquid Bleach SHOP SAFEWAY AND SAVE! YOUR "PEOPLE-TO-PEOPLE" STO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

Page Eight-A Ever wonder where the sun shines brightest? I may be a bit bias but it's brightest over the brigade with a sun-burst on its patch. All sorts of neat little hap­ penings are blooming in sun (13th Spt. Bde.) country. What began as the usual Hail and Farewell at the FHOOM for the 13th Spt. Bde. was really an escape back to the Old Country for one enchanting evening. "Old World" was the theme for the wine 'n' dine on June 9th honoring all newly assigned and departing officers to the brigade. The Officers' Wives out-did themselves in decorating the ballroom for the dinner. Everything was truly charm and sheer perfection for the evening. Professor Higgins and Eliza Doolitle could not have added much more. A dainty flower cart enhanced the table decorations made by the wives themselves. Each table had its own minature lamp post entwined y—m— S BAPTIST CHURCH 809 N. 4th 634-6262 •KILLEEN- Sunday School 9e30 Morning Worship ...10:45 Training Union 5:45 Evening Worship 7:00 Praye...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

riday June 22 1973 2A.D. Happenings 2ND BN. 66TH ARM. le officers' wives of the 2nd Bn. 66th Armor held their monthly coffee poolside on June 13. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. George Tom and Mrs. Terry Stanfield. Mrs. James D. Johnson wife of the battalion com­ mander conducted the business meeting and welcomed Mrs. John Barth to the group. A special guest at the coffee was Mrs. Russell Todd wife of the brigade commander. Mrs. Johnson Mrs. Robert Coon Mrs. Daniel Mason and Mrs. Jerome McDonald were all presented with engraved crystal and silver trays as farewell gifts. Following the business meeting refreshments in­ cluding homemade ice cream were enjoyed by the ladies. A farewell tea will be held for Mrs. Johnson at the home of Mrs. Robert Haubrich on July 5. Hostesses for the next coffee will be Mrs. Robert Graebener and Mrs. John Emery. 1ST BN. 50TH INF. The officers' wives had a luncheon at a Temple Youth study A special Religious Education class was held June 4-8 for 37 Ca...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

PageTen-A By TOM WYLIE And Thou Shalt Not Bear Excess Fat. "It is the duty of each member of the active military service to keep physically fit to perform his or her duties under difficult or demanding conditions. Maintenance of proper body weight is a prerequisite to achieving a satisfactory degree of physical fitness. Where overweight individuals fail to respond to en­ couragement or guidance it becomes the duty of com­ manders to take appropriate action." Thus sayeth AR 632-1 Paragraph 2. Whatever happened to physical fitness in the Army? Bay service hours for oil change lube tune up and tire service are Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and closed Sundays. A revision of the Optical Studio Bldg. 101 Headquar­ ters Avenue operating hours are as follows: Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and closed Sunday. MUSTER and WEST FORT HOOD Why fight the rush hour traffic Live at Cedar Grove Mobile Home Park ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

r" .. (Page Eleven-A MONDAY Time Program 8:00 National Anthem 8:01 Weather FH News What's Happening 8:28 River Crossing Operations 9:00 Tactical Employment of Division Artillery Pt 2 9:56 Duty Honor and Country 10:31 Functions of Field Artillery Fuses 11:00 Disassembly and Assembly of .30 Cal Machinegun 11:34 Field Wire Techniques: Using Splicing Kit MK-356 G 12:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 12:27 Pneumatic Tools: Nail Driver and Wood Borer 12:44 Lessons Learned in Vietnam: The Chinook in Field Operations 1:00 Have You Reached a Verdict? 1:26 Introduction to Wheeled and Tracked Vehicles 2:00 Defense of the Cannons 2:33 The Eye of the Storm 3:00 M73 Machinegun General Assembly and Disassembly 3:39 Family Life 4:00 Up Pill Down Pill 4:24 Career Education 4:49 The World Would Be In Chaos 5:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 5:27 Beautify Texas 5:56 A Noble Venture Chevrolet 6:22 A Long Way From Kitty Hawk 6:34 The Missile Navy 7:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 7:27 A Free Pe...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

PageTwelve-A Why are you staying in? Sergeant Roy Price has put a lot into his Army career. And he's gotten a lot out of it. "Maybe it's just me. May­ be I'm lucky. But the more I find out about the Army—what it has to offer what you can do—the more I'm con­ vinced that staying in was the best move I could make. "Take college. I've got two years of it already most of it paid for by the Army. And since I'm reenlist- ing I'll be able to finish the other two. When I graduate I'll even have the option of applying for OCS and that'll give me the chance to start serving as an officer. THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS It's too good to get out a "The Army tries to help you out in any way they can from what I can figure. When I finished my tour in Vietnam I asked to be stationed at Ft. Hood and here I am. "It all worked out pretty well because my wife and I just had our first baby—cost about $7.00—and I hate to think what it would've been on the outside. "WTien I look at every­ thing—the...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

riday June 22 1973 ^nyr S8i§8l -i™ Closing out a 30-year federal career the white- haired Hoeck dean of Army sports directors retires at the end of this month. He has directed Fourth and then Fifth Army sports since 1955. Previous to coming to Fort ^Sam Houston he was General Headquarters Far East Com­ mand's chief of sports his area of responsibility in­ cluding Japan Korea Philip­ pine Islands Guam and Okinawa for the Army Navy and Air Force. The tennis tournament is seen as a fitting bow-out for Hoeck. He is a strong ad­ vocate of the lifetime sports of tennis handball bowling and golf. In addition 13 in­ stallations which have par­ ticipated in the command's huge sports program will have netsters on hand to bid the veteran helmsman farewell. "I look forward to the ten­ nis tournament and it should be a dandy" Hoeck said. "In Nw ^•L ~C 773-9068 *r" CAUGHT SLEEPING First Teamer Rick Schumacher noses back to first base but is too late as 2nd Armd. Div.'s Dwayne Johnson applies the ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

PageT wo-B SPORTS Miller defines game By JERRY REED Mr. Webster defines golf as an outdoor game played on a large course with a small hard ball and a set of clubs the object being to hit the ball into each of a series of' nine or eighteen holes in turn using the fewest possible strokes. Evidently Johnny Miller read Mr. Webster's definition before the final round of the 73rd annual U.S. Open. The 26-year-old graduate of Brigham Young used the fewest strokes in his conquest of this year's tour­ nament. Mr. Miller shot a record 63 to finish the con­ test 8 under par. With the championship went $35000 and Johnny was more than pleased to open a new bank account after his finish the day before. The pro from San Francisco fired a 5 over par 76 in the third round of competition. TOO EARLY TO TELL If you happen to catch the ABC coverage of the classic tournament you may have thought that Arnold Palmer was a shoe in for the victory. At the con­ clusion of the third round it seemed as though t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

Friday June 22 1973 By JERRY REED SPORTS EDITOR To listen to Ft. Hood baseball coach "Chico" Rivera one would think that he didn't have a worry in the world. Quite the contrary the veteran coach has more than his share of miseries. Rivera is suffering from Excedrin Headache Number 456 the get up in the morning and wonder where your baseball team went headache. It's not that "Chico" doesn't use Dial or brush his teeth after every meal he is just the victim of circumstances. Rivera seems to be losing players left and right. Even with all these problems the Tanker coach is "a complete optimist. "We can do it we can do it if we can get a couple of more sticks" proclaimed Rivera when asked if his team could still win the league cham­ pionship despite the recent loss of his star performers Campers State park superintendents across Texas are getting ready for the spring and summer surge of visitors. This year rules governing conduct in parks have new teeth. As approved by the Parks and Wil...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

Page FourJJ By STEVE LASSITER The pilots in the 1st Cav. Div. sometimes call him "chief." They refer to the third man in the Army Aviation team. the crew chief. Whether the chopper hap­ pens to be a UH-1H "Huey" helicopter or a CH-47C medium lift Chinook or an OH-58 scout helicopter there is usually the third man who sits in the back seat perfor­ ming an indispensible job. He is the enlisted member FINANCING AVAILABLE On Purchases of *100 or More For E-3 and Above NOTHING DOWN 30 DAYS UNTIL 1ST PAYMENT Ask About Our. of the. trio whose primary duty is to perform first echelon maintenance on his assigned helicopter. This in- cludes greasing the mainrotorhead and tailrotor inspecting oil levels making minor replacements of parts checking safety wires on essential bolts and perfor­ ming daily inspections. But that is the job he has on the ground when the bird is parked and tied down. In the air the crew chief becomes an extra set of eyes DUST OFF .Spec. 5 William C. Thomas "E" Co. 227t...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

»»^K' ?i'. r"-:W J: fMfg^V* Friday June 22 1973 Navy By WILLIE CHONG The Navy dropped anchor for the second time at Ft. Hood on Friday. Like all good sailors they valiantly navigated a sure 'n' steady course for where....they could do their thing. And no they didn't all swarm in from foreign ports. In fact they're neighbors. Most of them sailed rather drove their cars from Austin. Others came from Houston Tyler San Antonio and Granger Texas. These men are part of the Austin Detachment Reserve Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 22 (RNMCB) here for weekend training. The 28 Reservists commanded by Navy Lieutenant Gerald Rid- dell (equivalent of captain) are sponsored by the 62nd Engr.. Bn.r 13th Spt. Bde. who share a common mission. As part of their training the 28 man Seabee contingent rebuilt an office inside the i^-v I I % GARDEN SCENE pretty Suki Dela Paz gets a load of the new Oriental gar­ den that the 529th MI Co. (In­ terrogation) placed between buildings Do you have a questio...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

Page Six-B Local band to perform for AUSA Special entertainment for the Central Texas-Ft. Hood Chapter Association of the United States Army dinner at the Minidome on June 28 will be provided by the "Progressive Country." A popular singing and playing group they have performed at many activities and have been well received by everyone. Featuring four soldiers and a blind civilian who is an extraordinary banjo picker the group performs country and western music in the popular folk style of Glen Campbell. The instrumen­ talists who also do the singing are sure to be crowd pleasers. There will be a social hour at 6 p.m. at the Minidome prior to the dinner. This will offer everyone the oppor­ tunity to visit informally and to talk to chapter officers directors and all other mem­ bers. All beer and soft drinks the entire evening from six to nine o'clock will be free of charge to everyone. Other drinks will be on a cash basis. After the dinner at ap­ proximately 7 p.m. there will be a sho...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

1 52 1973 AAFES Offers ipsTo End 16-oz. Oak Farms ttage Cheese jr The Purchase Of ie 16-oz. Ctn. le—Get One Free Boneless Brisket..™-.. tb:.*lw USDA CHOICE WHOLE (|AO CUDAHY BAR-S OA* Bacon 1ST .'S£: OS* MR. BOSTON BREADED AA*» Fish Sticks Pineapple ... DEL MONTE Chunk Tuna "cT" LOW DISCOtlHT PRICIS DEL MONTE KIMBELL IN HEAVY SYRUP Pear Halves V-8 VEGETABLE BETTY CROCKER LAYER . t**v In these days of man-made fibers and miracle fabrics wash­ ing clothes can be a bewildering experience especially for the young recruit in the base or post coin-operated laundry. The Army and Air Force Ex­ change Service understands. For the benefit of anyone confronted with those washday blues AAFES offers these tips: Before you do anything else on washday separate your clothes. White and colored fabrics must be washed separately light colored shades can be washed together One 2 !b 99* FAMILY PACK 9-11 1st & CENTER A A* Pork Chops cu" 5Oc WILSON CERTIFIED CURED £4 4A Pork Chops "/M Nc«41 .'!S36C Co...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

m-". Page Eight-B You can tell its summer television when the plot of a new series concerns two feuding siblings hoping to inherit their father's pickle factory! That's the idea behind "Thicker Than Water" an ABC hot weather entry that first surfaced last Wednesday night. Julie Harris and Richard Long star as the two hopefuls while Malcolm Atterbury has the role of the father. The long suffering daughter has been waiting on daddy smm mm VISITING GENERAL General Toshiro Magari Chief of Staff of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force escor­ ted by Lt. Col. Nathan M. Pulliam and Lt. Gen. Seneff pass in front of the Color Guard of the 720th MPs during a /S A HAZARPOOS CAR Pools ?R3ANl for years while the son hasn't been seen for five years till the father is about to kick the bucket. As such I thought the characters a bit stereotyped though Miss Harris fits her role perfectly. Her face sort of looks like the one who has lived her life devoted to pickles! Dad didn't pass away in the first s...

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