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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

Friday June 22 1973 By STEVE STAINKAMP Some have referred to it as the "hub" of the 2nd Armd. Div. Others simply refer to it as the Operations and Training center for the Hell on Wheels Division. The staff in mention the G3 for the 2nd Armd. Div. is responsible for the con­ tingency plans training and planning for the division. Located collectively in buildings 919 and 920 2nd Ar­ md. Div. Headquarters the Assistant Chief of Staff (AC of S) G3 commanded by Lt. Col. Robert F. Lanphere con­ sists of the following sub­ divisions: Operations Air Support Training Ad­ ministration Planning and Electronic Warfare. OPERATIONS Operations officer Maj. Charles M. Cock is respon­ sible for the tasking of all division equipment and per­ sonnel. The required equip­ ment and men for parades displays ceremonies and reviews are augmented by Maj. Cock. Coordination and itineraries for visiting dignitaries must also pass through his office. Not only must Maj. Cock coordinate 2nd Armd. Div. participati...

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

PageTen-B 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 Oil PROFESSIONAL SEWING: Dresses Children's Clothing Drapes and Bedspreads. Call 634-1168. TELEVISION SERVICE CALLS- $6.50 Color or Black & White EXCHANGE TV SERVICE "°5-5088 (Tfn) Landscaping C-26 PROFESSIONAL GARDENING Specializing In: Hedge Trin.ming t. Grass Cutting i- Tree Pruning Tree Planting Grass Sodding & Seeding 547-5586 day or night 303 W. Ave. B Copperas Cove (Tfn) House Repairs C-28 We remodel day rooms. On and off post work. Remodeling and steel siding Never needs painting Save over 30 per cent of fuel bills. Free estimates. Bank rate financing available. ACE CONSTRUCTION CO. Killeen 634-5566 (tfn) L...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 22 June 1973

4 Friday June 22 1973 By ARTH ESCH There are new billets going up in the 2nd Armd. Div. and they'll be like nothing you've ever seen before in the Army. The new barracks located on the far east side of post behind Walker Village will be the home of 2nd ..Armd. Div. DivArty. The new living quarters will look more like apartments or college dor- it a A barracks. The buildings will be three- story structures with a brick finish. They are designed and built according to the module concept of construction. The project was explained by C. J. Powell chief of Master a in a Engineering Services and Real Property Office Direc- to a a it Engineering Ft. Hood. There will be no more than three men per room in the new barracks. Each room will have its own private bath with sink toilet and shower. There will be no communal "iohns". UPmpm PRIVACY has designed into the new DivArty barracks. They will also be Each man in a room will have a built-in wall locker desk and chair as well as more living sp...

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

PageT welve-B DHL FUNER WILLIAM A. CRAWFORD OWNER Mr. Crawford's association with the field of Mor­ tuary Science occurred during his 26 years in the Army. He is a graduate of the University of Georgia and will enroll in the school of Mortuary Science in Dallas in Sept. A native of Sarasota Florida Mr. Crawford and his wife Barbara now reside at 1224 Alta Vista St. They have 3 children: David 23 a student at the Dallas Institute of Mortuary Science Pamela 20 a secretary at the Fort Hood Officers Club and Valerie 18 a 1973 Killeen High School graduate. CRAWFORD v\vS5i V. iDI&4Deft4 FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS FUNERAL HOME ?-««l We wish to extend a warm personal invitation to all area residents to attend the formal ribbon-cutting ceremonies for Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home SUNDAY JUNE 24 at 2:00 P.M. Open House Between the Hours 1 P.M. & 6 P.M. 1 DELBERT D. BOWERS OWNER A Nebraska native Mr. Bowers has served over 25 years in the Army. He has been the Club Officer for b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

VOL. 32 NO. 17 By RICHARD STACY The Army will be facing a problem generated by the suspension of the "Doctor Draft". The problem is compounded by the reduction in the authorized strength of the Medical Corps. This is not a new problem for there has always been a shortage of physicians in the military. A new twist is that the shortage will reach a critical state in the near future. The specific area that will feel the burden the most is that of the General Medical Officer—the Army's General Prac- tioner. Numerous solutions have been offered to com­ bat this problem many of which are in full operation today at Darnall Army Hospital. The first answer to the shortage of General Medical Officers is the development of the Physicians' Assistant Program (PA). It is designed to provide fully trained assistants to expand the doctors capabilities and increase the number of patients the physician is able to treat. The Physicians' assistant is an extension of the general medical officer who by h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Page Two-A No problem. By MIKE PATTERSON For the past year I've worked on the staff of the Ft. Hood (Armored) Sentinel as a 2nd Armd. Div. reporter. There have been some good stories break in that time. All this news was just begging to be covered but something always seemed to happen to keep me from getting the scoop. Last Monday things were going to be different. No more wondering why I wasn't where the news was. The HO Wish Senior Information Specialist (a descendant of the "Dangerous Biffle" of Civil War fame) gave me a simple assignment: "Go to the 17th Eng. Bn. and get a story. And while you're out there see if you can find 'B' Co. 502nd S & Bn. they're truckers and I KNOW you can get a story from them." ON THE ROAD Crazy Clem Hughes was at the controls of our mooched five-quarter ton and Cameraman Bob Pat­ terson (sometimes called Phlashe) was our E-5 in the vehicle. One-half hour after leaving the office I was standing with Phlashe in front of the 17th Eng. Tac­ tical Op...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Page Four-A Be safety conscience return from holidays The Phantom turns off lights when not in use walks when he can (leaving the gas-guzzling Phantombbile parked) and checks for waste of energy and fuel. However the Phantom feels that perhaps everyone is not doing his share. After attending an award ceremony in the Community Center the Phantom walked past a row of five staff cars. The driver of each car had the engine running windows up and air conditioner going. Now the Phantom realized how hot it was that after­ noon but he wondered if The approaching Fourth of July holiday period will find many Ft. Hood personnel planning short trips and enjoying various forms of outdoor recreational activities. Numerous accidents commonly occur over the holiday period. Private vehicle accidents will be the largest single cause of death and disabling injury throughout the nation. Drownings will be the second leading cause. Ft. Hood personnel are no exception to this nationwide trend. Eleven Ft. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Friday June 29 1973 1400 East Hwy. 190 Killeen Concern Bill of Rights By RICHARD STACY A Patient's Bill of Rights has been affirmed by the American Hospital Association. It is a 12-point document which clearly defines what rights a patient has in a hospital while undergoing treatment. This Bill of Rights was developed by a committee composed of hospital administrators and consumers. It is a composite of ideas expressed by hospitals physicians and lawyers. The document states the moral and legal rights of the patient. It explains his relationship with the hospital and the physician in the institutional setting. PATIENT'S RIGHTS Briefly the 12-points in the Patient's Bill of Rights are: 1. The patient has the right to considerate and respectful care. 2. The patient has the right to obtain from his physician complete current information concerning his diagnosis treatment and prognosis in terms the patient can be reasonably expected to understand. 3. The patient has the right to receive...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Page Six-A TEAM EFFORT provided a winning combination for the Troop l/9th Cav. 227TH BRUNCH The officers' wives of the 227th Avn. Bn. met June 20 for a brunch in honor of Mrs. Frank Henry wife of the bat­ talion commander who is leaving in July. Headquarters wives were hostesses for the brunch which was held at Ft. Hood Officers' Open Mess. A display of art and craft items created by wives in the battalion was set up on the Occident Room patio prior to the brunch. Artists "in residence" include Mrs. Wesley Ashabranner Mrs. Douglas Batson Mrs. John Brown Mrs. Edward Bryan Mrs. James Carrick Mrs. Milton Ford Mrs. Daniel Hatcher Mrs. Randy Kautto Mrs. Edward McKee Mrs. John Morton Mrs. Roy Oler Mrs. David Paulsen Mrs. Melvin Revert and Mrs. William Sorenson. Special guests were Mrs. John McEnery Mrs. Grant McBee Mrs. Willie Bethay Mrs. William Smith and Mrs. Dyron Knipfer. Mrs. Curtis Burger Mrs. Melvin Revert and Mrs. Romero Trevino were welcomed to the group. Farewells were said to M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Friday June 29 1973 2ND BDE. A farewell tea honoring Mrs. Garland McSpadden was given by the officers wives of the 2nd (St. Lo) Bde. Mrs. McSpadden said her goodbyes to the ladies from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Monday June 11 in the Occident and Patio Rooms of the Ft. Hood Officers Open Mess. Upon arrival at the tea Mrs. McSpadden was presen­ ted a corsage of spring flowers.. The spring flower theme was used for the table decorations. Approximately ninety women represented the following units: 2nd Bde. Hqs. 1st Bn. 66th Arm. 2nd Bn. 67th Arm. 1st Bn. 50th Inf. Mrs. Richard Feeney represented the group in bid­ ding a farewell to Mrs. McSpadden and presented her with a silver chafing dish and tray. Special guests for the oc­ casion were Mrs. George Cantlay Mrs. Norman A seminar on Career Ad­ vancement and Upward Mobility was held last Thur­ sday to discuss the em­ ployment and training needs of the civilian women who work at Ft. Hood. Hosted by Lt. Jennifer Jones Federal Woman's Progr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Page Eighl-A The Army's largest enlist ment ceremony in recent years took place in San An­ tonio earlier this month. Lt. Gen. Patrick J. Cassidy Fifth Army commander ad­ ministered the oath of enlist­ ment to 180 young people 179 men and one woman at V. J. Benefits will not expire Although G.I. Bill education benefits for thousands of Vietnam Era veterans will expire May 31 1974 the Veterans Administration em­ phasized today the May 1974 expiration date does not af­ fect G.I. Bill job or farm cooperative training appren­ ticeship or flight training benefits for these veterans. This clarification was made by Administrator of Veterans Affairs Donald E. Jojinson. He pointed out that most education benefits for those discharged prior to June 1 1966 would expire on May 31 1974 the eighth anniversary of the current G.I. Bill. The 1966 law allows each veteran eight years to com­ plete his training. The time is computed from the in­ dividual's date of discharge or from the date of the law w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

II .TCJt.7 I SUM'-. 29 1973 VA counselors busily seeking jobs for Vets COMPARE PRICES! Crushed Wheat Bread. Skylark. Spedal! Burger Buns Sesame Twist Texas Toastin' Jewish Rye Bread Brown & Serve Trench Bread or £Hot Dog Buns. Mrs. Wright's Bread. Skylark Bread. Mrs. Wright's •^7 Safeway Big Buy! Dinners Banquet Reg. (Except Beef) Pkg. Vorn-on-Cob 49* •el -air. Frozen —4-Ear Pkg. I Meat Pies Green Peas BlackeyePeas Cut Corn Sun Fresh. Sliced. COMPARE •el-air. Frozen Cheese Pizza Pie Shells TSour Dough Shortcake Fudgesicles Beef Tacos Libby Supper Cherry Pie Honey Buns 2» Safeway 10-oz. Special! Pkg. LOW Cream Pies SAVE ON SAFEWAY BRANDS LOW LOW PRICES EVERY DAY 8-Ct. 34-ox. Loaf 1 o-oi. Loaf Skylark Twin Rolls. Skylark 15-Ct. Skylark. 16-oz. Loaf Foil Wrapped EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! 8-0* 10-oz. Pkg. Bel-air. Frozen PRICES! 14-oi. Pkg Safeway's own brands which arc offered as additions to our wide selection of national brands offer some of the biggest savinp opportunities. These fin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Page Ten-A Satire runs cruelly but brilliantly wild in two popular war protest novels "Catch 22" by Joseph Heller and "Slaughterhouse 5" by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. We must understand that satire doesn't always in­ dicate pure comedy and a happy ending. Both authors realize the seriousness of their subjects both use comedy as a vehicle to exploit the horrors of war and complexities of the military-industrial complex. Satire's purpose is to reveal man's folly in his often silly and meaningless condition. It is not the satirist's place to judge or add solutions. He merely records from an outside location allowing us to determine our own judgements. "Slaughterhouse 5" smacks of the mood and situations found in Swift's "Gulliver's Travels." The main character is Billy Pilgrim and he too is on a trip a voyage to anywhere an endless expanse of limitless boundaries. Billy was a participant in the infamous World War Two bombings at Dresden Germany—man's home made catastrophe. Because of this shatt...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Friday June 29 1973 And the heat goes on around Ft. Hood as the fire- hawking hero continues his relentless search for flame and brimstone on a post that seems only too happy to oblige him with numerous acts of idiocy and arson. My first day of the week was somewhat smooth if it might be looked at that way. Two tanks caught fire one because of an electrical short in the fuel system and another in the turret. The loss on the first was only $62468 while the second loss wasn't even noticed at all at a meager $1000. Two days later after a miraculous passing of the sun without a fire a fuel spill and three grass fires kept the pyromaniac on his toes. The fuel spill came near Bldg. 15011 and preceded two grass fires caused by training in the area. Firemen rushed to Manning Mountain for one call but couldn't find the fire if there ever was one. Something about the voice of the caller sounded familiar. I could have sworn it was that caterpillar again. Next day rising bright eyed and bushy (...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Page Twelve-A By DIANE FAY AMOS and AMIC are working wonders at Darnall Hospital in increasing efficiency and speed in han­ dling outpatients. 1 By RICHARD STACY The end of the draft of health professionals on July 1 1973 has created major problems for the Army Medical Department. Numerous proposals have been offered to cope with this situation. Many of these programs have been acted upon and are discussed in greater details in articles in this issue. Yet there are other things that are being considered and should prove to be interesting to the general public. The Gates Commission was charged by President Nixon in 1969 to study the effects of a "zero Draft". Included in the final report was a chapter on the impact it would have on the Army Medical Department. Their main reasoning stated in the report was that it would be easy to attract and retain physicians in the following ways: (1) pay higher salaries to the doctors and (2) civilianize the Medical Corps. Members of certain health...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Friday June 29 1973 Do you occasionally mix a little drinking with your driving? How would you like to face a firing squad for DWI? That's the price paid by those convicted of DWI in San Salvador. They have very little trouble with repeating offenders. This is one interesting fact learned last Friday by the men of 2nd Arrnd. Div. DivArty as they attended a class on the dangers of drinking and driving. The ither facts weren't at all imusing either they were tetistics of the real problem QUESTIONS (pjnd) /4kJSW£RS I lost my certification attendance card which my «jnployer signed. What can I 4i about this? A Call VA and provide them with your enrollment ••formation. Upon ver- ftcation with your employer VA will take action to issue jrsur check. Are VA doctors up to date on new medical knowledge? I see the doctors generally have to take con­ tinuing medical education courses. A Yes. All of the VA kispitals are affiliated with Medical schools colleges or aaiversities or other educational...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Friday June 29 1973 By LEROY PADILLA When you have a fifth generation Texas belle and an Army officer declare themselves "retired" and move out to pasture you can bet they won't be doing any grazing. Jack and Frances Baldwin retired to a country where land improvements lower your taxes bananas are still a dime a dozen retirement pensions cover the cost of living your friendly PX is within reach you can get super low cost transpor­ tation to and from the United States and Peter Pan lives down the road. The country is Brazil. No travelogue could match their description of the ad­ vantages of packing the family up and heading for the Brazilian countryside to live out a life of sun fun avocados bananas and pedicures. In 1967 Jack Baldwin took a vacation to Brazil which was supposed to originally last two weeks. He was so taken with the people and the place that he stayed 14 weeks to investigate the possibility of bringing his family down to live there for good. He discovered that althou...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Friday June 29 1973 In FORD MUSTANG FORD PLYMOUTH The SCOUT Visa very popular model semi-V for the fisherman who likes to car top his boat but prefers a semi-V and for the family camping trips where the camper is towed and the boat is car topped. Bow andl stern castings and non-skid painted! floor. The SCOUT made of one piece! marine aluminum with riveted bow seams and modern styling is a very attractive boat with all of the fine features found in all Lowe boats and can bring you years pleasure. SCOUT Length 12'» 14' Beam 53" 53" Depth 21" j.21" Transom Width 48" 48" Transom Height ... 151/2" 1 SW-' Number of Seats ... 3 3 Foam Flotation yes yes Weight 105 lbs. 115 lbs. Maximum H. 10 10^ Bottom Keels 3 Aluminum Gauge .. .051 .051 Wt. Capacity ... 500 lbs. 550 lbs. lissom 3206 E. HWY. 190 IN KILLEEN OPEN SUNDAY THRU FRIDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. CLOSED SATURDAY SELECT-O-MATIC TACKLE BOX "WHERE YOU ALWAYS BUY THE BEST FOR LESS" Makes Tackle Selection A Pleasure DODGE BUICK CHEVROLET 14 FT. ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 29 June 1973

Page Sixteen-A f/omf ft fit GIBSON'S IN THE CARTON ONLY WE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF HUFFY ACCESSORIES INCLUDING: BIKE MIRRORS CHAINS TIRE GAUGE SEATS HORNS MILEAGE METERS CHAIN LOCKi REFLECTORS KICKSTANDS ALLISON SHOT SHOOTER IBSON'S "WHERE YOU ALWAYS BUY THE BEST FOR LESS" DISCOUNT CENTER 3206 E. HWY. 190 IN KILLEEN OPEN SUNDAY THRU FRIDAY 9 AM TO 9 PM CLOSED SATURDAY HUFfY 10 Speed lightweight ... V* MODEL H694 Has patented leather pouch shoots 18 B-B size shot gun shot. Stock is made of wood & all parts are replaceable "Olympia H692/Men's26"—10speed derailleur system with shift levers mounted on stem Gearing 36-97 Maes bend handlebars Dual caliper handbrakes 26 1 blackwall tires Rat trap.pedals with reflectors Chrome rims Huffy custom racing style saddle 22" Frame Forever Orange finish BMA6. "Scout" H694/Men's 26" 10 speed derailleur system Stem mounted ratchet shift levers Gearing 36-97 Maes bend handlebars Dual caliper handbrakes with easy reach levers 26 13/a" gumwall...

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