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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Concern KNIGHTS of COLUMBUS COUNCIL 4724 St. Francis Dr. In recent weeks there have been many articles discussing the doctor shortage and the para- professionals being used to extend the physician's services. This covered the physician assistant nurse clinician and the AMOSIST. There is one type of nurse which has been around for a long time and has been performing duties to aid the physician the Army Health Nurse. For those who have had dealings with her they can testify to her ability to help whether it be a mother of a new born or someone needing extended care in the home. Her duties are numerous and varied she is the Army's Public Health Nurse. The Ft. Hood MEDDAC is fortunate to have three well trained and qualified Army Health Nurses. They all have a B.S. in Nursing at least a years ex­ perience in a hospital environment and have atten­ ded the Army Health Nurse Orientation Course. The latter course helps acquaint the nurse to the Army system of paper work public health and pr...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Page Six-A 1 W. Hwy spent The pooch in Sad Sack is trained for building search however is more the object field and obstacle yard sear- of humorous punchlines than ch of deeds of daring in the per- Hood August 15 with newly case of Texas ticks of the ear trained handler PV2 Julius lobes. The problem giving Hester a member of the ARCO fits be it ticks or 256th Military Police -other was to be given nanv who was graduatedveterinarian attention later in from the Patrol Dog Han-the find out. Each week throughout August we're going to give you a chance to tell us what the temperature will be each Friday at noon beginning August 10th. Tell us what the temperature will be on that Friday and you're a winner. We'll give away hundreds of dollars in merchandise during the 4-week period so drop in now at the warm­ hearted bank and help us find out how warm we really are. CONTEST RULES 1. Anyone can win! 2. You do not have to be a bank depositor nor be present to win. Only one entry per person. ...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Friday August 24 1973 CBS TV seems to have an affiliate boycott on its hands. Last Friday the web ex­ perienced an unprecedented refusal by 79 stations to carry a drama special. This week the network faced another problem. Twenty-one affiliates refused World famous acts will thrill and mystify the most sophisticated "youngster". An evening of varied enter­ tainment in the arena and high above it. Each perfor­ mer is unique in appearance and action. But it's "family fun" the circus is really meant to of­ fer. The code of circusdom binds management and per­ formers together in a pledge to provide enjoyment which is uncompromising in its good taste. Combining feats of skill and daring skilled perfor­ mers amazing animals dazzling displays and capering clowns come from Tire guide now ready A new and expanded guide to the proper selection and safe use of recreational vehicle (RV) tires is now being offered free by the Tire Industry Safety Council. "This up-dated version of the council's ...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Page Eight-A PART I Few soldiers have doub­ tlessly ever considered the Article 15 to be one of the "bennies" associated with the military way of life. However according to JAG representatives from the two divisional offices and III Corps and Ft. Hood the Art. 15 is a definite break for those soldiers inclined to become involved in matters covered by the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). A misunderstanding of the Art. 15 procedure and its pur­ pose was blamed frequently as a reason for the miscon­ PART II "A commander will probably check everything out before he goes about typing out umpteen forms in duplicate" Kirshner com­ mented. "There is nothing wrong with this. Often he contacts us to ascertain his legal grounds." Herkenhoff noted that a "grave metal process" is un­ dertaken by the conscientious CO before any decision con­ cerning what punishment method will be used. Kirchner commented that Bonds make safest cash The stock markets go up and down. The value of the dollar...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Friday August 24 1973 'Matl REC The Ft. Hood Catholic Religious Education Program will soon be starting. Parents who have not registered their children and would still like to may do so by contacting the Religious Education Director in Bldg. 443 or by calling 685-5546-6027. Classes are scheduled to begin as follows: Grades 1-8 September 9 9:45 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. Meadows School High School September 16 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Bldg. 442 Religious Education Center. A Field Mass and Parish Picnic will be held after the early dismissal of classes on September 9. Mass will begin at 11 a.m. on Sadowski Field and the picnic will follow at the No. 2 swimming pool nearby. All Catholic parishioners are invited to attend this an­ nual event. Food refresh­ ments swimming and a live band will be provided. Tickets may be obtained at one offlthe chapels or at the Religftus Education Center (Bldg.|443) 720 M. P. BN. Tha officers and wives of the 7f0th military police Bn. gathered in the home of Lt. Col. an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Page Ten-A Monday 27 August 7 59 National Anthem 8:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 8:27 Reporting Information 9:01 Duties of the Forward Observer 9:35 POL Safety 10:00 350 GPM 10:29 AN/MPQ-4 Radar 11:00 Preventive Maintenance Com­ munications 11:17 Military lettering & Phonetic Alphabet 1!2:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 12:27 AWOL 12:45 Army Equipment Record Procedures 1:00 Tactical Radio Teletype Pt 1 1:38 Portable Electric Tool Set '2:00 The Army Commissary 2:22 Tactics & Employment of Ger­ man & Russian Artillery 3:00 Introduction to TAMMS 3:43 IFR Flight Plan DD Form 175 (IFR Stopover) 4:00 Introduction to & Evolution of a Civil Disturbance 4:31 Beautify Texas 5:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 5:27 Report to Consumers 5:55 The Whooping Crane 6:09 Bright Star 6:33 The First Years Together To |Begin a Child 7:00 Weather FH News What's (Happening *7:27 Our Man in the Middle 7:56 A Free People 8:16 A Way of Helping People 8:29 National Anthem Tuesday 28...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Friday August 24 1973 A loser is the kind of guy who thinks the Army is hasseling when they tell him to give the serial number of his new stereo to the first sergeant or engrave his social security number on his hubcaps and tape deck. A loser is too busy to write down the serial numbers of his $10's and $20's on pay day. A loser is too smart to put his keys around his neck on a chain. He puts them un­ der his pillow where no one will think to look for them. Now let's get on with the story. RRIINNGGG!!! "1st Cav. Military Police Desk Sgt. Faulkner may I help you?" "Yes this is Spec. 4 Rodriguez A Co. 1st Bn. 7th Cav. I want to report a theft in the barracks. Someone stole some money and a tape deck out of Pfc Stones' wall locker." "Alright I'll send a patrol right out." "Car 291 this is 3 Oscar procede to Bldg. 37013 and see a Pfc Stone in reference to a larceny of private property over." "Three Oscar this is Car 291 wilco out." The above sequence of events is typical of what oc­ cur...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Page Twelve-A MOTOR STEAM J^l^ESS SERVICES^ A COIN SHOP Coins & Supplies AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR I: COMPASS AND BOUNTY HUNTER METAL DETECTORS Open 0900 to 1830 Hours Killeen 526-5584 EMBROIDERED NAMETAPES For Flight Suits and Fatigues 3 FOR $1.00 Immediate uenverv. NAMETAPES Dept. PO Box 513 Wichita Falls TX 76307 RENTALS Miscellaneous For Rent D-13 We Rent MOOST Everything I KILLEEN RENT-ALL 1407 East Highway 190 Killeen 634-8160 (tfn) FOR RENT Washers & Dryers Available to Military Personnel Living on Post Call or Stop by Davis Appliance & Furniture 402 N. 8th St. 634-3014 REAL ESTATE City Property E-1 Will &ive $1400 Equity for 2 bedroom "house or $1900 for 3 bedroom or 'trade 1 acre toward same. 547- •2643 (8/24) 802 Adela St. Native stone front 3 bedroom 1'/2 bath central air & heat enclosed garage balcony patio landscaped yard $22500. Large Equity or 5% down on 30 year MGIC Conventional Loan. 634-9749 (8/24) Out-Of-Town Prop. E-5. BEAUTIFUL WOOD 50-Acre Tract...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Friday August 24 1973 Around Ft. Hood the 180th Trans. Bn. has been known for its daily transportation services and providing motor ^transport for requesting 'units. Last week the 180th got the opportunity to prac­ tice one of its secondary missions. The number of G.I. home loans guaranteed by the VA in the current fiscal year will likely register the heaviest volume of activity in 16 years according to Donald E. John­ son administrator of veterans affairs. The VA administrator noted that 303000 loans with face value of $7-billion were ^guaranteed in the first 10 months of this fiscal year up four per cent over the 291500 loans approved in a com­ parable perod of FY 1972. The total of 359000 loans guaranteed in all of FY 1972 Religious education beginning The Religious Education Center of Ft. Hood now has information concerning Marriage Encounter weekends given at St. Joseph's Retreat House in San Antonio. Marriage Encounter is an opportunity for married ^couples to get away from ev...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Page Fourteen-A Best mess awarded The III Corps and Ft. Hood Separate Unit Dining Facility Award was presented to the WAC Mess Hall in a ceremony at the mess hall on August 15. Col. E.H. Shem- well Chief of Staff presented the award to Sfc. Plino A. Perez dining steward. S congratulated Sfc. Perez and his three mess cooks SSG. W.M. King Spec. 5 DeWitt Massie and Spec. 4 Leo S. Mori for their good work. Af­ ter the presentation Col Shemwell toured the dining facility. The award is given to the dinig facility which is choosen as best adhering to the principle of providing the best prepared food and ser­ ving it in an attractive com­ fortable dining facility. Cav unit entertains Four helicopters from the 1st Sqdn. 9th Cav. par­ ticipated recently in a gigan­ tic air show in Chicago to help in efforts for Frist Team unit of choice recruiting. The event was also highlighted by performances of the famed Army Golden Knight parachutists the world-famous Air Force "Thunderbirds" aerial fligh...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Friday August 24 1973 By JERRY REED Sports Editor After the first nine games of the season the Ft. Hood baseball program was enough to fill a Bob Hope joke book. With the additional personnel and an intangable amount of spirit the Tankers did a com­ plete turn around. The team won ten straight games and finished just behind the Austin Aztecs in league play. Last Sunday the Tankers won two come-from-behind contests in a must situation to win the L.B.J memorial League championship. With the championship came an invitation to play in the American Amatuer Baseball Congress Tournament in Tulsa Oklahoma. A funny thing happened to the Tankers on the way to Tulsa. No one came up with the money to send the cham­ pions of the league thus leaving the team in the con- finds of Red Lindsay Field. Instead of celebrating the championship with cham­ pagne and steaks the team has to settle for a keg of beer and boloney sandwiches. That is not much of a consolation for a team that has come from the b...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Page Two-B Flag football starts soon The 2nd Armd. Div. Flag Football League and Tour­ nament will begin Monday Aug. 27 and will conclude Nov. 21. Each company will be authorized to enter one team in the league consisting of not more than 15 members in­ cluding the coach. The top four teams from the division tournament will represent the division in the Ft. Hood Tour­ nament Dec. 3-13. Units desiring to par­ ticipate in this program should have already submit­ ted a letter of inent (FH FL 137) to the Special Services office. A roster of personnel on FH 354 should be attached to the letter. League and tournament Ceci Clarke won the 50 meter backstroke (with the "AA" time of 44.0) the 200m individual medley 20m freestyle tied for first in the 200 freestyle and took seconds in the 50 fly and 100 freestyle. Teri Doten won the 100 freestyle (1:20.4) 50 breast (48.3) "both "AA" times tied for manage Can marine resources be 'depleted by overfishing? Most definitely according to A. W. Moffe...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Friday August 24 1973 SPORTS Allen gels classified back By JERRY REED In a San Diego publication there appeared one of the best picks in the classified sections in a long while. The ad read: For Sale one star professional running back fully equipped power legs good hands. The ad went on to say that the running back had only three owners but needed work will take best offer call Harland Savare. George Allen coach of the Washington Redskins answered the ad and came up with one of the best ball carriers to come into the National Football League in many years Duane Thomas. This could have been the best bargain since that dude up north sucked some Indians into to giving him Manhattan Island for $24. Perhaps the Indians in the nation's capital feel that they are getting at least something back that was taken away many moons ago. BOYS WILL BE BOYS Duane Thomas is not your every day run-of-the-mill athlete. He certainly isn't a candidate for publicity on the back of a Wheaties box and by no...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Page Kour-B jj Assessment of flood damage to wildlife on the up­ per Texas coast continues to be a major task for Parks and Wildlife Department field personnel. Production losses breeding schedule interruptions and the effects of locally heavy rainfall through mid-July are still being added to early spring flood damages. Department biologist Bob Hofstetter of Seabrook in­ dicated that monthly surveys of the major oyster producing area of Galveston Bay have shown increasing losses of oysters from freshwater flooding. And as of mid-July the oyster kill in Trinity Bay was 100 percent. The kill on the usually prolific Redfish Reef complex in mid-Galveston Bay varied from 95 percent on the east end to 15 to 30 percent on the rest of the reef. Qualified instructor A qualified instructor cer­ tified by the National Rifle Association of America is badly needed to provide in­ struction and qualify mem­ bers of the Dependent Youth Activities Junior Rifle Club. Firing will take place each Tues...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Friday August 24 1973 Why are you staying in? Sergeant James Thomas likes his job and likes to talk about it. "I'm in light vehicle maintenance. And every day there's something different. That's what keeps it interesting. "Whenever I go home my friends are always complaining about their jobs. And some of them aren't even working! "But I like what I do. And my wife and I like the life. The shopping's good. The schools are good. And the medical service is great. So we're making it fine'.' FORT HOOD SENTINEL "The Army's what you make of it Aid I'm maktfit" I Page Five-B A* '/-. 5 :''t ii i: r"

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Page Six-B On Thursday 16 August 1973 at 2:30 p.m. the Chief of Staff Colonel E. H. Shem- well presented 30 year Length of Service Certificates and pins to 57 civilian em­ ployees representing a total of 1710 years. The presen­ tation took place in the ballroom of Fiddler's Green Service Club. Those receiving awards are as follows: HOUSING DIVISION Clayton Hebert John T. Hickerson MAINTENANCE DIVISION Joseph Dugan Cecil W. Moore Herbert A. Mohler Charles P. Parks William B. Jones Robert W. Ridling Walker L. Ortego Ovid H. Willingham Lawrence M. Burrell SERVICES DIVISION Cassie M. Tabor Vera V. Claxton Zora M. Collins Hazel H. Collins Crystal E. Collins Bessie Stonum Byron L. Standard George C. Sargent SUPPLY DIVISION William T. Ballard Jr. Vic­ tor H. Simmons Olevia John­ son David M. Shilling Ellsworth M. Bauer Clements W. Duncan A N S O A I O N DIVISION Henry F. Anthony Edwin H. Rose CIVILIAN PERSONNEL DIVISION Joel W. Ingram S E I A S E I E S More fuel possible Three men from the...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

August 24 1973 EVERYDAY LOW dotted Meat Jack Mackerel EVERYDAY Tender Vittles Flavor Snacks Apple Pie Coffee Rich Honey Buns Onion Rings Cut Corn Pie Shells ^^Bel-air. Frozen. 6-count SAVE ON SAFEWAY BRANDS PRICES! Chunk Tuna 39* cnmn'c. Liaht Meat —6.5-ox. Can Van Camp's light Meat Boned Chicken ..... LOW LOW PRICES EVERY DAY Safcway's own brands which arc offered as additions to our wide sclcction of national brands offer some of the bipgest savinp opportunities. These fine guaranteed brands arc made by Safeway or to our strict specifica­ tions. They cost us less so we sell them for less. 45' 45 Sardines £"49* Chunk Bonita EVERYDAY 31* Eatwell Can s-24e 27c Tomato Soup i"s™11* Spaghetti p....™- &•" 1 8C LOW PRICES! Safeway Big Buy! Dog Food Old Pal. 15.5-oz. For Cats Too! Can Tuna For Cats 15 Kat Nip Cat Food —6-01. Can Pet Litter 49* Sani Sorb. Absorbent! Bag Tasty Nuggets 69* Pooch Dog Food Bag 29* 34* Purina Beef Flavor Pkg. 16-oz. Milk Bone Dog Food Ice Cream EVERYDAY JK 5...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Page Eight-B The fire-wheeling flame- hawking fuse-finder is back. After a two-week R&R in the frigid realm of Antarctica where fires are seldom if ever seen I am ready once again to continue my crusade against the post pyromaniac. The reports of fires that rested upon the desk up to the ceiling when I returned nearly burned me up. My smoldering brain began to boil as I added up the loss that had occurred as a result of fires from the beginning of August. During the first week in August we had three POVs go up in smoke along with a tank fire brush fire fuel leaks and the average everyday idiot with a bomb threat. Of course there was one real biggie. A P.X. Snack Bar fell prey to a frayed electrical cord to the tune of $3730 in government loss. Somebody should have checked that cord. Then came the return of the hawk. My room had been taken over during my ab­ sence and I was thrown into room 2 of Building 3416. There I was after a long drive back .snoring my head off with visions ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Friday August 21 1973 Model 51 G31 S 15 incn 19392 ft 11 P.M. To 1 2 Midnight Model T109 OF1--ON VO'.UME HORIZ. HOLD VFiTT. HOLD CONTRAST TIGHTNESS TELESCOPIC ANi cNNA COLOR TINT VFH CHANNEL SELECTOR VFH MEMORY FINE TUNING UHF CHANNEL SELECTOR ELECTRO PHONIC 8-TRACK PLAY 3 AC TAPE DECK New compact design fits anywhere. Con­ nects to stereo radios or amplifiers with tape jacks. Special feature fine tuning knob to eliminate cross talk. Illuminated channel indicator light. Changes channels automatically or by push button. Reg. 34.49 7 P.M. To S P.M. & WEST CLOX COMBINATION DIGITAL CLOCK PORTABLE RADIO 1035 JASPER OPEN SUNDAY THRU FRIDAY 9:00 to 9:00 GIBSON'S has the Best for LESS GIBSON'S has the Best for LESS GIBSON'S has the Best for LESS AM/FM RADIO BUILT IN TAPE PLAYER 00 Reg. 224.89 2 SPEAKERS-BSR CHANGER THE BROADMOOR 8-TRACK TAPE PLAYER WITH AM/FM Multiplex BSR Mini-Changer And Matching Speakers 8 Reg. 149.88 7 P.M. To 8 P.M. FORT HOOD SENTINEL Model T2170 j. 11 P.M. to 1 2 ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

Page Ten-B Best for LESS READY TO FINISH BAR STOOLS 10 P.M. 11 P.M. SMOKY DAN 6RILL Model #175 Adjustable Grill Special Low Price 10 P.M. To 11 P.M. PORTABLE MIXER M24 FEATURE-PACKED MIXER AT A BUDGET PRICE! 3 speed mixer features fingertip control. Ideal for whipping stirring and mixing. Beater ejector for easy beater detachment. "Easy-Grip" handle for comfortable use. Beater clips for ease of storage. Balanced heel rest. Color styled in white avocado or harvest. Durable chrome plated beaters without center shaft for better mixing and easier cleaning. 3 speed fingertip control for ease of use. 11 P.M. To 12 Midnight GIBSON1 I DISCOUNT CENTER ______ And Discount Pharmacy "WHERE YOU ALWAYS BUY THE BEST FOR tESSL" the Best for LESS GIBSON'S has the Best for LESS FREEZER SELF mm SPHAY STEAM MID DRY IRON Model 71 MODEL TYPE F-110 MODEL TYPE F110 1100 WATTS 120 VOLTS OPERATES ON AC ONLY LISTED BY UNDERWRITERS' LABORATORIES INC. 7 P.M. 8 P.M. iBsoirs FORT HOOD SENTINEL GIBSON'S has the Be...

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