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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Friday September 21 1973 -JPP &• V#! If A new sub-caliber training ^device was recently test fired Sugarloaf Tank Table Four on Sept. 11 by Co. B 1st Bn. 66th Arm. 2nd Armd. Div. Sub-caliber rounds are used primarily to save njoney. Usually used in artillery or tank guns a sub-caliber device looks much the same as a normal round. The dif­ ference is that inside it is a 50-caliber 106 mm spotter rifle barrel with a built in electrical firing mechanism. This permits the sub-caliber round to be fired in the same manner as a normal round i.e. fired electrically ^itilizing the M-60 tank's Grange finder and on carriage fire control system. Two men from the Training Aids Services Office at Ft. NEW DEVICE Loading a 50 caliber spotter round into a new sub-caliber training device for use in M-60 tanks training with 105mm guns are Mr. Maurice Walters Tex. are responsible for its development. Mr. Maurice Julian Training Aids Officer and his assistant Mr. James Tork worked for about 80 hours...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Page Fourteen-A .In an early morning gathering at Prichard Stadium last Friday Lt. Gen. George P. Seneff Jr. Ill Corps and Ft. Hood Comman­ der bade farewell to the civilian work force at Ft. Hood. Gen. Seneff departs Ft. Hood in late Sept. to become commander of the Fifth U.S. Army at Ft. Sam Houston. .In his adieu Gen. Seneff called attention to a previous meeting with Hood civilians t\Ve years ago at which time he outlined problems that then faced the Ft. Hood com­ munity because of frequent turnover in Ft. Hood's military personnel. Seneff pointed out that this tur­ bulence caused a heavy work load on all personnel at Ft. Hood both military and civilian. "The setting has now com­ :«y DICK PRINCIPATO •''The 13th Spt. Bde. Central Issue Facility (CIF) was of­ ficially opened in a ribbon cutting ceremony at building 3288 in the old hospital area last week. -The facility is operated un­ der the direction of Lt. Wflibert Rosenbaum. A 12 nian staff composed of two supply sergeants and...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Friday September 21 1973 The second anniversary of the U.S. Army Criminal In­ vestigation Command (USACIDC) as a major department of the Army Command will be celebrated this coming Monday Sept. 17. Prior to Sept. 17 1971 all Army Criminal Investigation activities had been coor­ dinated and supervised by the United States Army Criminal Investigation Agency under the Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel Department of the Army. Today that agency is a major separate command responsible for investigating a variety of serious cromes such as: murder fraud a housebreaking narcotics and dangerous drug abuse lar­ ceny and robbery occuring on Army installations and in civilian communities in coor­ dination with civil law enfor­ cement agencies when Army personnel are involved. The Command headquar­ tered in Washington D.C. is divided into four regions strategically located world­ wide each consisting of a headquarters and subordinate field offices located at selec­ ted Army installations throug...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Page Sixteen-A PASSTIME The "World Gateways Ex­ position" State Fair of Texas will be the home of the Marlboro Chuckwagon caravan October 6-21. The Chuckwagon caravan one of the most popular features of the 1972 State Fair of Texas will make its home in the Pan American Patio. The Chuckwagon caravan will bring back the days of the old West with its own genuine Western cook in the form of Teddy Beer. Each summer Teddy Beer leaves his sizable feeder cattle spread and prize oxen in his native Illinois to travel with the Chuckwagon and recount the flavor of life on the range with Fair visitors. Beef bakin's and beans will be the three basics of Beer's specialities from the range days. He will also offer son-of-a-gun stew chicken- fried steak rangeburgers "Texas Red Chili" sour­ dough flapjacks Sunday cob­ bler and coffee brewed as it was on the reange over an open fire. Beer learned to cook these dishes of Marlboro Country when he tried his hand at range riding in 1935. Joe Nevitt trial...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Friday September 21 1973 I CHANGE of COMMAND AWARDS A combined promotion and change of command ceremony will be conducted by III Corps and Ft. Hood Friday Sept. 28 at 3 p.m. at Prichard Stadium. Major General Allen M. Burdett Jr. will be promoted to lieutenant general during the ceremony. Lietenant General George P. Seneff Jr. Ill Corps and Ft. Hood commander will be 9 transferring his command to Gen. Burdett as he prepares to assume command of the Fifth U.S. Army. Commanders command sergeant majors and first sergeants of units assigned to III Corps and Ft. Hood will participate in the ceremony. Representative troops from III Corps 1st Cav. Div. 2nd Armd. Div. MASSTER and 13th Spt. Bde. will be present and be represented by the organizational colors guidons and bearers. a Ceremonies will begin with the formation of the troops followed by honors and a 15- gun salute to Gen. Seneff given by the 1st Cav. Div. Band and firing battery. A reviewing party will then in­ spect the troops. Ho...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Page Tvvo-B k I MADE IT—Baseball coach Karen Wilcox manages to crack a smile after a -very long season. The lady coach led her team to the championship of the -There are many families across the nation that have a son playing in college or professional football. How many can say that they have more than two playing in either levels of competition? -The parents of U.C.L.A. All-American basketball star Bill Walton can make that claim. Walton's older brother Bruce is a lineman for the Dallas Cowboys. Last year the elder Walton was a mfember of the U.C.L.A. foot­ ball team. Bill was the nation's top basketball player for the second straight year in 1972. The 6'11" red-headed center w]as voted the "Player Of The Year" award as a sophomore also. The Texas Rangers' have a fine hitting outfielder by the name of Alex Johnson. John­ son's kid brother is also a professional athlete. Alex's brother. Ron is a star run­ ning back for the New York Giants. During his playing days at the University ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Friday September 21 1973 Sports Car Club of Ft. Hood (SCCFH) members are busily repairing a special one-mile circuit for the club's semi-annual hill climb. The two-day event will be staged this weekend Sept. 22-23 on the demanding hill roads of West Ft. Hood. According to the club president the large turnout at the last hill climb in March resulted in limiting entries to 150. Entrants from Dallas Waco Temple San Antonio and Austin are ex­ pected to join SCCFH drivers for the event. On Saturday Sept. 22 the course will be opened for practice from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Technical and safety in­ spections by SCCFH inspec­ tors will be available from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. No cars will Wbe allowed on the course for practice on timed runs unless they have passed the inspections. The inspections are necessary for both safety and class classification reasons "with emphasis on safety" according to event Chairman Gary Junk. The club will sponsor an in­ formal party beginning at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Co...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Page Four-B •READY FOR ACTION Soon the bowling lanes .' around Ft. Hood will be full of action as members of the Department Youth Activities bowling leagues get '•A prelude to fall waterfowl hunting is fast upon us in the form of the early teal season Sept. 15-23. The nine-day season is open oh* blue-winged cinnamon and green-winged teal with a liberal bag limit of four birds ili- .the aggregate and possession limit of eight in the aggregate. According to waterfowl biologists Bob West of Canyon and C. D. Stutzen- baker of Port Arthur the majority of bags will be of blue-winged teal. -In the northern end of the state west looks for good shooting in the Panhandle Which might come as $omething of a surprise to iQost duck hunters who associate the sport with !One of the reasons that T£xas A&M manhandled Wichita State 48-0 in its season's opener last Saturday v^as in the blocking of the of- ferjsive lines. And one of the kfey men in that line was Big ^iid Trammell senior squad- man f...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Friday September 21 1973 SPORTS M&M Boys no amatuers By JERRY REED Now live from Dallas Texas we bring you the Ted Mack Original Amatuer Hour. Introducing the M&M Boys from Southern Methodist University. The M&M Boys the best act since Davis and Blan- chard are star running backs for the S.M.U. Mustang football team. They really don't belong in an amateur show because they are in a class by their- selves. They were once contacted by Bob Hope to do a Christmas Show for the Indians at Wounded Knee but the show folded because the Indians failed to hold out long enough. The M&M boys can't dance like Gene Kelly or Donald O'Conner and they can't sing like Perry Como or Andy Williams but they sure can run the football. They don't relate to a Texaco Track Team that does the relays with cans of Havoline Motor Oil while singing "you can trust your car to the man who wears the star" or Joe Namath eating popcorn from his Hamilton Beach Popper while getting creamed those are all ...

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

Pag Six-B ^01L£61 ATE 1/ It was the first game of the year for the "Straight and Stalwart" club. Last year's team compiled a 12-2 record in league play and are out to beat that record. The "S & S club drew first blood in the first quarter on-a bit of razzle dazzle strategy. The ball was centered back to iMoultrie. He then threw across field to William McKinney. McKinney then lofted a pass downfield to Moultrie as he broke for the go41 line. Moultrie gathered iii -the pass and went in for the* score to make it 6-0. The extra point try failed and they led 6-0 at the end of the first quarter. IJi the second quarter both teams settled to a defensive struggle and the score remained 6-0 at the half. Hq. Co. struck again in the third quarter as Moultrie again confused the defenders with sparkling ball control. Moultrie took the snap from center and passed to Cornell Smith behind the line of scrimmage. Smith then looked down field and spotted E.L. Nelson open over the middle. By the tim...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Friday September 21 1973 By STEVE .LASSITER Ft. Apache Arizona in the early 1900's seemed like a remnant .of some long gone era as it sat on the tum- bleweed infested wastelands of the Southwest. To most Americans during that period a in dustrialization the region was considered civilized after all £he rapacious aborigines were no longer marauding the ex­ pansion trails. But to the men of the 10th Cavalry Regiment who manned that isolated outpost it was a primitive existence. The 10th Cav. known as the "Buffalo Soldiers" a negro cavalry outfit organized in 1866 shared the post with Apache scouts. Together they were descen­ dants and heirs of Grierson Custer and the 7th Cavalry Carr and the 6th Cavalry who saw action against the Comanches Kiowas Apaches Mescalero Apaches £nd chiricahua. During the Spanish- American War the 10th saw action in Gen. Wheeler's i* *tit ON PATROL A detachment of 6th U.S. Cavalry troopers camp outside a Zuni Indian pueblo near the Arizona border. They are o...

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

Page Eight-B By STEVE LASSITER For most of us the U.S. Cavalry made its most in­ delible mark during the ex­ pansion of the West in the late 1800's. With the Civil War coming to a halt in 1865 the war weary soldiers were sent to the western front where things were not so quiet. The Indian Wars raged from the Dakotas through Minnesota to the plains of West Texas and occasionally into Mexico. Primitive Indian warriors who were regarded by some experts as the finest light cavalry in history fought with desperate vengeance and savagery. But Indians were also noble in their cause to preserve what they believed was their bir­ thright. Noble too were the efforts of the thin line of Army regulars who faced the wily foe as they sought to open the territory to an expanding new world. LAND TAKEN The Great Plains area in the heart of the United States was set aside by Congress as a reservation "forever." But the erosion of western movement had intruded on the so-called Indian Territory and once...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

tember 21 1973 Canned Tomatoes Hot Chili Compare Quality! At Seteway. we're very proud of ear Bakery Frotfiefi. They are of the highest quality and give a hones In fresh flavor every time. Cheese from ear large selection of flever-fresk Bakery items to Young Students Encyclopedia 25C SPECIALS! Detergent Liquid Bleach Cheek These Safeway Money-Saving Values! Pop You'll tike the Check these Values! Toothpaste EQ* Safeway Braiid mW ^Regular or *Mint —7-ai Tub* Safeway Brand ^Regular or *Mint Aqua Net Deodorant Dry Look Alberto Balsam Agti-Perspirant Rink & Wagnalls Volume I Volume Snowy Peak. Refreshing! Safeway Big Buy! Gardenside. For Soups or Stews! Safeway Big Buy! or ^-Regular. With Beans. Town House. Safeway Big Buy! Parade. Gets Cloths Clean! Safeway Big Buy! White Magic. Disinfects! Safeway Big Buy! Bread. Skylark. Safeway Special! —16-oz. Loaf English Muffins Sugar Donuts 5-ox. Aerosol 7-o*. Aerosol Mea's Hair Spray ON SALE THIS WEEK! $L69 On Sale Now! ieli I'OIU KL \I\ FI...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Page Ten-B la an effort to hold down prices for all patrons the Array and Air Force Ex­ change Service (AAFES) is clamping down on bad check losses. An increase in dishonored checks has prom­ pted AAFES to take direct steps to thwart the misuse of check-cashing privileges. The stepped-up action is aimed at persons who abuse the checkcashing privilege. Thfe action includes requesting assistance from the.Federal Bureau of In­ vestigation Internal Revenue Service and Criminal In­ vestigation Division. If a serviceman or woman does not fulfill obligations when informed of a returned check court-martial proceedings may ensue. Civilian customers who don't compensate for returned check losses may face possible court proceedings. The procedure for writing- off checks is lengthy time consuming and expensive. The write-off of a bad debt requires the AAFES Comp­ troller Division to move into action. The division forwards approximately 2000 letters every month to delinquent customers to prevent...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Friday September 21 1973 robdi PARAMOUNT PICTURES ROMEO Now Thru Next Thursday Now Thru By CLEM HUGHES The 2nd Amd. Div. has more than men working of it. The WAC's of the HOW division are growing in numbers as the members working in the 142 Sig. Bri. Hdq. will testify. Private E-2 Linda Townsend has joined the "Alpha roster" in "C" Company of the tactical battalion as a switchboard operator. Townsend is a WAC Unit of Choice enlistee that recently received Advanced Individual Trainng (AIT) at Ft. Gordon Georgia and was awarded the MOS 72C20 Tactical Switchboard Operator. My primary reason for enlisting was lack of em­ ployment in my home town" explained Townsend "I have a girlfriend from Oak Town Indiana who enlisted as a clerk typist and she told me she enjoys the army so enlisting started sounding like a win­ ner" continued Townsend. Private Townsend's idea of enlistment to her parents brought a new "atmosphere" into the residence. "The initial reaction from my parents was of in- 0...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Page Twelve-B A new piece of machinery has been added to the 1st. Bn. 67th Arm. in the HOW Division. No not the M-60 A2 tank series but something probably rated bettern than a tank. A good hint would be that the vehicle can "wheel and deal" its way through mud mire heat cold rain sleet srtow swamps rivers hills mountains on and off high­ ways in villages towns and open country. The machine is called a "Goer." The Caterpillar Tractor Co. designed and developed the vehicle under the Army Tank Automotive Command. The Caterpiller's mission was to produce a highly mobile tactical vehicle to support and follow ar­ mored units. After the Caterpillar got the go-ahead from the Army in 1960 three different Goer versions (an eight-ton cargo unit a 10-ton wrecker and a 2500-gallon tanker.) were designed built and tested. At Caterpillar's proving grounds in Peroria 111. all three design configurations were tested for cross-country mobility over ditches up steep grades and across dif­ ficult grou...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Friday September 21 1973 By WILLIE MONTZ MAP-TOE like Santa Claus the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny exist for the ture believer. Standing for Management Practices in TOE units it is "an Army wide program designed to teach and assist 'first line supervisors' the application of modern management techniques". The course is taught to commissioned of­ ficers warrant officers and non-commissioned officers (NCOs). For many the first line supervisor is the first step in the chain of command ... to whom the individual is responsible. The motor sergeant or the section NCOIC (supervisor) are prime examples. Presently the 13th Spt. Bde. is going full swing in conducting classes for its per­ sonnel and those in the other "I know all of you out here think you're experts but even the pros get hurt" bellows the husky rappel in­ structor as he points to an in­ jury he once received while rapelling. The instructor is Staff Sgt. Donald Davis instructor at the Mechanized Infantry 4*6 *r ON RAPPEL!!—...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Page Fourteen-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Personals B-2 WANTED 10 Overweight Women For September To participate in a reducing program. Must be at least 10 lbs overweight to qualify. Call 526-8553 BUSINESS SERVICES Presses Sewing C-11 CUSTOM SEWING. TAYLOR MADE CLOTHES For Men or Women. Call Cha Anytime 526-5916. (tfn) Furn.-Upholstery C-17 7 Piece Living room suit. $169.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323. AirCond.Heating C-21 GEORGE'S AIR CONDITIONING HEATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen 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 INVEST NOW You can own a beautiful home with fireplace carpet throughout all con­ veniences at a unbelieveable low cost to you by investing in one of our duplex triplex or fourplex's in Hood View Ad­ dition. VA financing available. Drive by today five minutes from main gate. Hooever Hill Road ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Friday September 21 1973 Why are you staying in? Sergeant Dean Williams was involved in a lot of different things before he joined the Army. Radio. Journalism. Photography. But he's been even busier in the Army. And that's the way he likes it. "Besides my full-time job I'm also a referee on post a coach in town a college student at night and I'm taking Army courses. "The Army really lets a man expand and go as far as he wants to. That's why I reenlisted. My wife and I have a good life here. There's plenty to do and all the opportunity in the world to be yourself'.' FORT HOOD SENTINEL Page Fifteen-B v.

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 September 1973

Page Sixteeii-B N I'S has the Best for LESS Breaks FEVER relieves PAIN of COLDS and 100 TABLETS 99 CATALYTIC HEATERS & DISCOUNT PHARMACY FLU fast! Ui Sentry Lock-Cap ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILOREN Doctor Approved 21 ^Reg. r|H (•GoodHousekeeping^) W cu""s 33« 36 TABLETS DI-GEL 12 oz. LIQUID 99 DI'GEL DIGEL TABLETS The Coleman Catalytic Heater is the safe way to provide comfortable heat in tents trailers campers duckblinds ice fishing huts and hundreds of other areas where heat is needed. Coleman's new scientific break through in catalytic heat combustion assures you of a constant BTU output no matter how cold the weather. Yet it operates at such a low temperature that canvas or paper laid across the burning element will not flame. One filling 3 quarts of Coleman Stove and Lantern Fuel or white gas produces fifteen hours of continuous heat. Wt. 7 lbs. #512 700 3500 BTU "WHERE YOU ALWAYS BUY THE BEST FOR LESS" IKON'S 3206 E. HWY. 190 KiLLEEN OPEN SUNDAY THRU FRIDAY 9 AM-9 PM CLOSED...

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