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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

VOL. 32 NO. 30 Mh! J* By BOB ALLEN Prichard Stadium will be transformed into a reasonable facsimile of the Pasadena Rose Bowl today complete with bands flags and marching units. Apparently the only thing missing will be the millions of flowers but these will be replaced with the multitude of flags and colors from various units about Ft. Hood. The occasion is neither New Year's Day as it evident by the September dateline on the event nor is it a post-season football bowl game. The event is a colors ceremony marking the change of command at III Crops & Ft. Hood. General Seneff will share top billing at the 3 p.m. ceremonies with Major General Allen M. Burdett the latter of whom will receive his third star during the ceremony as well as being officially instated as the new commander of III Corps & Ft. Hood. General Burdett post commander of Ft. Rucker and Commandant of the U.S. Army Aviation School was nominated by the President for pormotion to lieutenant general according to ...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Page Two-A 55 ». I1 K'S KORNER BY PATRICK -'A lot of books could be improved If trn "covers were moved closer togethei- Your checkbook will cover more are •when you shop at K's Thrift Center 5th and Ave. Heard about the fellow who tried the caviar and fillet mignon diet? Took off J130 in 3 days! Try our clothing diet you'll save far more at K's Thrift Center 8th and Ave. C. "Politician: A fellow who is jwilling to do anything on earth 'for the workers except become •one! We work hard to pass 'savings on to you at K's Thrift ^Center 8th and Ave. in the Downtown Killeen Shopping Center. Open 9 a.m. To 5:45 p.m. ow's N6ELS By TONY BIFFLE Among the more hellish obstacles facing the Corps of Military Police in its 33rd year are lack of respect risk to life troop apathy and a VRB of one. The Corps of Military Police has been around now for 32 years although it has a heritage dating back to 1776. It is a corps of soldiers designated to do law enfor­ cement work. That work is enforcing the ...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Page Four-A Pumpkin patch was error Newspaper apologizes No Charlie Brown much to popular belief the Great Pumpkin did not visit the First Cavalry Division last week as might have expected by the pumpkin-like color which found it's was into the First Team's patch on page 1 in last week's edition of the SENTINEL. The visions of witches and goblins were not inten­ ded for this particular edition of the paper. The paper's press room was not sabotaged by rtiembers of the HOW division. The SENTINEL'S staff was not suggesting a new color for the patch. The present design looks fine. Due to a chromatic error in the lay out of the final stages of the make-up of the SENTINEL the First Team's yellow (intended for the patch) found itself on an advertisement on page IB. The SENTINEL wishes to apoligize to Major General Robert M. Shoemaker and the men of the First Team for our chromatic error. We hope that some of the First Teamers who have since passed away will stop rolling in their graves as ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Friday September 28 1973 Army Community Service extends their thanks to Boy Scout Troop 211 for their ex­ cellent job of preparing building No. 4820 for occupan­ cy. The young men devoted the entire evening of Thur­ sday 30 August to this task. Scout Troop 211 which is sponsored by the 8th Engineers is under the very capable leardership of Scout­ master Donald Cooper who Happy- Birthday gop By JOHN GRABOWSKI We were tooling around the post the other day just my three kids and I in my two-seater (figure that one out) when suddenly my eldest a girl blurted out a "Watch out Daddy. There's a cop behind yah." "Gop be-high nuh Dah-dee" echoed the littlest also a girl. Funny how boys have a talent for knowing when to keep their mouths shut like in touchy spots like this. My boy didn't say a word. "So what?" I asked my two self-appointed MP-watchers. "We have nothing to worry about." I lied. "They're gonna give you a ticket Daddy. That's what cops are for right?" "Not unless you do somethin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Page Six-A Along the South Texas coast from Corpus Christi northward past the Lamar peninsula the early autumn influx of Recreational Vehicles is beginning and this beach resort amid the wind- sculptured live oak trees is rapidly becoming a major Center for the constantly growing sector of Americans- 9n-the-move. The initials RV are generally understood to describe all types of Recreational Vehicles from simple trailer-campers to elaborate homes-on-wheels whose motive power is self- contained in the case of the tatter the "RV" is perhaps most aptly an abbreviation for "Residential Vehicle." The growth of the RV-ac- commodations industry in this area is not difficult to explain. Only a few years ago production of these vehicles was shown by U. U.S. government statistics to be more than double in a Recreational vehicles are in single year the then-existing spaces constructed especially for their temporary location. Add to this the fact that the Rockport-Fulton area and indeed the enti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Friday September 28 1973 Dependent Youth Activities Special Services Division Fort Hood plans conducts and supervises approximately (25) different programs an­ nually for eligible youngsters both boys & girls ages 6-19. Approximately 20000 dependents of active duty military personnel retired military personnel and Fort Hood civilian employees residing on or in the vicinity of the installation are authorized to participate in the many recreational cultural and social activities provided. Dependent Youth Activities provides supplies and equipment ad­ ministrative support adult leadership (both assigned and volunteer) and super­ vision for the following sports programs for its young men and women: tackle football basketball team handball baseball girls softball cheerleading bowling jodo karate small games clinics & tournaments and the Dolphin Swim Club. wmmm BEST YARD FOR PERSHING PARK for the month of Sept. was awarded to SFC and Mrs. J. I. Lamb of 5335-1 Nor- thrup. The Lambs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Page Eight-A The Man: By BOB ALLEN In 1936 one of Ft. Hood's finest was kicking off his career as a private in the U.S. Army. The young man's career as an enlisted man was short-lived however when the Army decided that he would best serve the military as an officer and spirited him away to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Thirty-seven years and many miles later General Seneff is preparing to leave Ft. Hood where he has spent the past three years one as Deputy Comman­ ding General of MASSTER and the last two as the Commanding General of III Corps and Ft. Hood. Undoubtedly the general will be remembered by some troops as the "man"—the image of military authority carrying three all-powerful stars with the staunch dignity predestined for those soldiers achieving the uppermost ranks of established military ladder. Others will remember only the extended weekends and training holidays and the little extras thdt benefited them so greatly. That large group of military and civilian pe...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Friday September 28. 1973 All the color fun and excit- ment of a county fair will come to West Fort Hood Tuesday as MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) celebrates its fourth birthday. The organization day ac­ tivities will begin at 10 a.m. and will include a full day of displays sports events games refreshments a parachute jump demon­ First Sergeant Will Lewis has been with the 602D for a little over a year. In this period he has participated in over four moves. When he ^rrived in June 1972 the unit moved to the vicinity of Casey Library. "We just got settled and fixed the place up then we had to move" stated 'Top'. (Top is a pet name give to Lewis by his men.) The second move for the newly-broken-in 1st Sgt. Lewis was to the area near the 13th Spt. Gym and the Four Seasons Store. Training NCO SSG Herbert Huschke said he will always "miss the nice patio they built with the tree growing up from the middle". Wanting to set roots like the 'nice tree' the u...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Page Ten-A x* HORSE QUOTES ROY D. HOLT Now that the horse is on the'way back into popularity and has generally invaded lush suburbia a few horse quotes may be appropriate. Also faced with the dire prediction of fuel shortages the auto may be replaced by the horse. Horse lore is as old as history. Texans have depen­ ded on horses for transpor­ tation and power for sen- turies and thus accumulated many horse sayings. "It takes just two things to make a good roper A fast horse and a dern fool in the saddle." Old range saying "This hoss is positively gentle and sound as a dollar." Old horse trader in "Good Old Days" "Differences in opinion makes horse races." Old saying -vVSi&f $1000 $5000 WW Xv 1 y: 4# IN 7£7AG Quotes from the Old West "A saddle meant more to a boy than a gold mine. To own a horse and saddle was the first requisite to becoming a man." Sal Armstrong Early-day ranchman in South Texas "Horse power was much safer when only horses had it." Anonymous "Texas is heaven for...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Friday September 28. 197.3 CASH DIVIDENDS are the order of the day for Pfc. John Remus of HHC 124th Maint. Bn. Mr. Bob Wiley Post Safety Officer is pictured awarding a cash prize of $5 and two free theater passes to Pfc. Remus because he had his safety belt fastened during a recent safety check on post. Building dedicated Ft. Hood is continuing to cooperate with civilian agen­ cies in the surrounding area. An example is the utilization of Bldg. 4820 near the Un- ders School at Ft. Hood for helping the handicapped. The building was dedicated on Sept. 20 as a center for aiding handicapped children. The Army Community Ser­ vices (ACS) at Ft. Hood began the 1973 program to aid pre-school children from the ages of 3 to 5 on Sept. 10. This program is called the ACS Handicapped Program and is conducted by ACS volunteers. The Post Nursery has been moved from Bldg. 415 to Bldg. 4820 and conducts mor­ ning and afternoon sessions. Records restored "Hope springs eternal ." and for several milli...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Page Twelve-A "I think all married women should stay at home and mind the kids" said Mr. Smith. Ms. Jackson responded "As of March 1971 there were 18.5 million married women in" the labor force. If all women had quit their jobs there would have been 15.5 million jobs vacant since there were only 3 million men unemployed who could have been employed to fill thg vacancies." To this Mr. Smith queried "Oh is that so Ms. Jackson? W«*li were you aware that women do not work as long as-their male counterparts because they leave work to CInpel E-X-P-A-N-S-l-O-N .AQUARIUMS All work and no play is not SenefPs way By LIND A PREU.WTTZ How does the son of a colonel compete with his father's background of fighting Pancho Villa along the Mexican border? Well one way could be to become the commanding general of Ft. Hood. But another way would be just to be Lt. Gen. George P. Seneff Jr. who has accomplished much in the way of improving Ft. Hood in his short stay as comman­ der. But being the command...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Friday September 28. 1973 You live in a two-bedroom house with your wife and two sons. Your wife is expecting a baby but even at that you figure you can stay in the same house and not have to hassle moving. But wait the doctor says sne may have twins. Well that may squeeze things a little but maybe you (0pan still make it. Then the big day arrives and there's no twins. Ah sweet relief! Right? Not quite. For you are suddenly the proud father of identical girl TRIPLETS. That's the situation Sfc. Bela M. Czejtez chief clerk IG Office 2nd Armd. Div. found himself in last month when his wife gave birth to the second set of triplets ever Three is almost full house to be born at Darnall Army Hospital. "I wasn't really shocked though I was very excited. The babies were born bet­ ween 1:30 and 2:30 in the morning of course" said Sfc. Gsejtez. Although complications for­ ced Mrs. Csejtez to remain in the hospital longer than new mothers usually do she is now fine. The babies Amy Sue Andrea Ly...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Page Fourteen-A New acts scheduled The Heart O'Texas Fair takes seriously its claim of "something new every year." So what's new to see at the upcoming Oct. 2-7 Fair and Rodeo in Waco? For openers how about the famed Clydesdale Horses a 17-ft. 300 lb. octopus in his natural underwater habitat Glass blowers from Califor­ nia and Texas and Michael Landon ("Little Joe") of the Bonanza series? This time you can visit a booth in the General Exhibits Building and talk to a firm which plans weddings or to a local realtor about your next home or to representatives of land development com­ panies in Arkansas Florida or Texas. Then there will be a man from San Diego California with his line of Mexican curios jewelry and antiques. You can see one of the ac­ tual rocks brought back from the moon. But don't try to touch it! It will be heavily guarded perhaps by the Texas Rangers whose booth and big collection of guns will be a few feet away. Bill Parsons says there are too many other interesting...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Friday September 28 1973 By JERRY REED You might as well forget about going to the Texas- Texas Tech game if you haven't got tickets this weekend in Austin because it is a sellout. Approximately 76000 fans are expected to assemble for the contest bet-k ween the two Southwest Con­ ference teams at the school on the banks of the Colorado River and justifiably so as both teams are loaded with talent. This will be the 23rd meeting betwen the two Universities. The Longhorns hold a 19-3 edge over the Red Raiders overall and an 11-2 edge in conference play. Last year in Lubbock the Horns won 25-20. It was the first win in conference for Texas 4) as this one will be for one of the schools. If history is any indication the Longhorns should win this one. They have not lost in Austin in the last 25 games. The last time a Texas team lost at home was against the T.C.U. Horn Frogs in 1967 Houston tied Texas at home the following year 20-20. Texas lost their opener last Friday night against the Mi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Page Two-B The 2nd Armd. Div. Hor­ seshoe Tournament was held on Sept. 18-20 at Burba Gym with Hq. Btry. 1st Bn. 92nd Field Artillery (1/92 FA) carrying away most of the honors. Stingles competition which boasted 64 entries was run on the 18th and 19th. The finals began at 1:30 p.m. on By MIKE FINNEN The First Team's 15th AG Co. averaged their fourth place finish in last month's 1st Cav. Div. fast-pitch soft- tell tournament and handed MASSTER a 6-1 setback to win the Ft. Hood fast-pitch championship September 17. The Adjutant General team runnerup the two previous years in post com­ petition were not to be denied this year. Jim Heard was the admin' team's stan­ dout performer of the gams as he pitched a one-hitter struck out 11 batters and allowed only one walk. The AG squad jumped to a first inning two run lead relinquished. Bill Marti reached first base on an error and went to second on Fishing set The Harker Heights VFW Post 3892 was embarked on an energetic recreational program...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Friday September 28. 1973 SPORTS Say by to "Say Hey" By JERRY REED Back in 1951 a tiny brown-eyed beauty from Mobile Alabama was named Miss America. The name of this lovely dish was Yolande Betbeze. While this pretty chick was making her famous walk down the boardwalk in Atlantic City New Jer­ sey another beautiful person from Mobile was walking on cloud nine. This other individual was receiving as many wistles as Yolande but not for beauty but instead talent. The talented person in cloud nine was Willie Mays. Mays was just a rookie with the New York Giants at the time and was starting his brillant career in baseball. This was the first of many successful years to follow for the "Say Hey Kid." Yep 1951 was a good year for people to be in the limelight. It was a big year for Humphrey Bogart and Vivien Leigh as Actor and Actress of the year Milton Berle's year as television's top attraction and a banner year for a pair of Americans Edwin McMillan and Glenn Seaborg as winners of the No...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Page Foiir-B All day ticed more than 50 entrants in'the Sports Car Club of Ft. Hood's (SCCFH) semi-annual hill climb. Most of the en­ trants came from out of to\yn including a large con­ tingent from San Antonio. Many took home trophies. 'Approximately 10 more drivers joined the first 50 for Sonday's timed runs on the club's controlled-access .7 mile circuit through the hills of'West Ft. Hood. Each run involved two laps through the fast demanding course of successive "s" curves hair­ pins and quarter-mile straights. [Following a spectacular crash just before 1 p.m. early in the second round of timed runs the event was suspended by mutual consent of the drivers and event ^Mike Wilson of Ft. Hood says that the seat belts he vyias wearing saved his life Sunday when he demolished his 1970 AMX in the SCCFH sehii-annual hill climb at West Ft. Hood. Wilson said he was doing "oyer 70" when he rounded the final corner and lost con- trql. He was fishtailing back ajrid forth across the road an...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

Friday September 28. 1973 Center dedicated The Army Community Ser­ vices' (ACS) center for aiding handicapped children was dedicated Sept. 20 by Lt. Gen. George P. Seneff Jr. HI Corps and Ft. Hood com­ mander. The opening of the center is the realization of a two year #in effort on the part of civilians the surrounding area and Ft. Hood. In dedicating the center Gen. Seneff said "This is an outstanding example of joint military and civilian effort." The ribbon-cu11ing ceremony was held at the center's site in Bldg. 4820 near the Unders School at Ft. Hood. The center began operation in August when the Bell County Mental Health and Mental Retardation Center began activities to aid retar­ geted adolescents and adults. The ACS Handicapped Program conducted by ACS volunteers began Sept. 10 to aid pre-school children. The Bell County Rehabilitation Center also provides a program including hearing and vision screening and limited patient/client diag­ nostics. Weyand visits HOW General Fred...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 28 September 1973

.Page Six-B By CLEM HUGHES Being a soldier is a job in itself. Whenever one dons the green uniform and appears in public he is judged as a representative of one of the a organizations. A soldier is a reflection of America and what it stands for. And the same applies to a military policeman. In the past MP's were thought of as tyrants bullies and hard noses. But as the volunteer soldier changes so does the MP. The .-502nd MP Co. 2nd Armd. .Div. mirrors the image that most career minded soldiers picture a man and a professional. DESK SERGENAT There is one man within 1 the 502nd MP Co. that must tolerate more phone calls .more paper work and more decisions to make than the usual soldier. His name is SSG. Larry Stacy desk sergeant for the 502nd MP Co. • Talking with SSG. Stacy we find out some of the things that make the Provost Mar­ shall (PMO) tick.-It's not an easy job to function as a desk sergeant as Stacy explains. "Well mostly I act as an overall supervisor of the .operations pha...

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