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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

^Friday October 26 1973 I #1®#' him Sm[L Qw Iflfe Sl=»N7 (T&mHPS ON TtiE cc Rt4ER -225000 OTHERS. &J- (ASoFI7C)ck) "150000 You SffA/ OF HQ Pbfe ftHP HOOP RoPiD COM&MEP fepetzk1- -100000 (BJTW2EI -50000 uv£ ^AoLLldlU W/IWU MASSTER campaign With more than three weeks remaining to collect contributions MASSTER has already exceeded its goal for the 1973 Ft. Hood Combined Federal Campaign. As of Friday Oct. 19 per­ sonnel at MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test .Evaluation and Review) had 'donated $6349.54. The goal for the organization was $5000. MASSTER currently has a Insurance Agency 307 W. Hwy. 190—Copperas Cove GENERAL INSURANCE We Can Insure All Drivers 17 and Up Phone 547-7511—7512 "We Won't Scalp You" Comet! BUILT TO MERCURY'S HIGHEST STANDARDS otSkjT" total of 577 persons including officers warrant officers enlisted personnel and civilian employees in its headquarters staff agencies six directorates and headquarters company. All the contributions collec­ ted i...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

Page Four-A '•. * There's a reason why The staff of the Ft. Hood Sentinel feels that our readers are entitled to know why all the items sub­ mitted to the Sentinel for publication do not appear in print. The following is our side. The Ft. Hood Sentinel is a civilian enterprise newspaper which means that it is published by a civilian printer at no cost to the government. The publisher is entitled to sell advertising in the newspaper in return for the income from the sale of advertising. Obviously a problem arises in getting all the space that we need for editorial copy. The size of the newspaper each week depends upon the amount of advertising sold that week. Because of fluctuations in the business cycle the publisher may print from 16 to 32 pages each week. It is easy to see that we have much more room for editorial copy in a 28 or 32 page paper than we do when it is only 16 pages. To further complicate things we never know for sure until the day the paper is printed just exactly wh...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

'Y7-* Friday October 26 1973 By JOHN GRABOWSKI Nearly 1500 people took advantage of a beautiful fall evening to attend the dress rehearsal of the Pageant of the Flags last Friday night at Prichard Stadium. The final performance was played Sunday evening in the Cotton Bowl as the climax of the Dallas State Fair's America Day Program. Few of the spectators Friday night might have guessed the magnitude and beauty of the show they were to see. It was put together in it's entirety by the 1st Bn. 5th Cav. "Black Knights" but included the talents of both the 1st Cav. and 2nd Armd. Div. ban­ ds the Fifth Army Chrous the 3rd Bde. Drill Team and color guards from each of our armed forces. It was a winning combination to be sure and one which should be put together more often for public performances. I had a chance to talk with Lt. Col. Jack Moran who com'mands the Black Knights during the preliminary rehearsals at the stadium Friday mor­ ning. The runthrough was going very well at that point ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

Page Six-A When you're born on top of a cave the only natural step is to explore inside the cavfe. And when Pfc. James Wylie "C" Co. 142d Signal Bn.j 2nd Armd. Div. took that ste]5 he found he was hooked REAL CAV RIBBON CUTTING 2nd Armd. Div. Commander Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair does away with the only barrier between "Real First Cav" troops and a brand new dayroom approvingly wat­ ched by "A" Trp. CO Cpt. Kenneth L. Culwell his First Sergeant Sfc. Thomas G. Bradshaw and 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. Commander Lt. Col. Carl G. Smith. (Photo by Gary D. Fairchild) Unit dayroom opened by 2nd Armd. CG ribbon may not be an ef­ fective blockade but it held back a whole Troop until it was cut last week by 2nd Ar­ md. Div. Commander Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair. "A" Trp. 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. had its new dayroom opened to anxious barracks dwellers by Maj. Gen. Fair last Friday. Shared with "D" Trp. the dayroom is the first to be opened in the recently renovated "Real First Cav." barracks. "The previous dayroom...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

|Friday October 26 1973 I HONEYWELL Honeywell STROBOLITE SPECIFICATIONS: GUIDE NUMBER 28 for ASA 25 ANGLE OF COVERAGE 50 degrees horizontal and vertical COLOR TEMPERATURE Approximately noon daylight. Balanced for outdoor color film. FLASH DURATION About 1/3000 second POWER SOURCE Two 1.5V AA-size batteries NUMBER OF FLASHES 150 with fresh alkaline batteries SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS on DARKROOM EQUIPMENT! HONEYWELL NIKOR 35mm DOUBLE OUTFIT The finest film-developing equipment in the world. Lifetime warranty! Introducing... the first automatic electronic shutter SLR in the U.S.! HONEYWELL PENTAX ES It's the easiest-to-use camera ever built. You just focus and shoot. The ES does it all. Fully automatic shutter operates continuously with pin-point accuracy from 1/1000 to 8 seconds! Choice of "wide open" or "stop down" metering. Exposure factor dial allows creative con­ trol over difficult lighting situations ... can even be used on manual. Automation is built into the camera instead of the l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

Page Eight-A 2AD SOCIAL CHAIRMEN |The Ft. Hood Sentinel welcomes all social events to be* printed in the paper and requests that all social notes be either typed or clearly pHnted. When turning in notes please include in the upper right or left hand cor­ ner your name and phone number the unit involved arid what kind of activity yoilr notes are about such as ctJffees picnics or luncheons. 'The 2nd Armd. Div. infor­ mation office must turn in all •The Btry. "C" comman­ der's office is not the location of the "Brave Can­ nons" sewing circle. ]|But from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 16 17 and 18 eight bat­ talion officers' wives were there sewing. iThey were putting patches on uniforms in hopes of ob­ taining donations for a Veterans Administration hospital. "They probably think we're nuts" quipped a smiling Bar­ bara McHugh. She was referring to the men of the 1st Bn. 92nd Field Artillery DivArty 2nd Armd. Div. As the battalion commander's wife she was in charge of the project. The ladies hav...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

Friday October 26 1973 SEAT BELT SURVEtf revealed that SSG Ver­ nal Bloom of Ihe III Corps Troop School was well buckled up. His condition resulted in a cash award of Greetings and all that good stuff from the 13th Spt. Bde. land of infinite sunshine. This is Willie your local Sunbeam reporting the happenings from where else but Sun Country. With a smile more radiant than the sun itself is vivacious Robin Smith. Robin is a ninth grader at Nolan- ville Junior High School and the 2nd Runner-up in last week's MISS MUSTANG CONTEST. Her father SSG. Marshall Smith 180th Trans. Bn. said his daughter was the only military dependent in the contest. With a smile like Robin's its no wonder she came up in the top. Speaking of top some of the top men in the brigade and their wives attended a luncheon of the 62D ENGR. BN.'S OFFICERS' WIVES CLUB. The guest for the noon social was the brigade commander Col. Chris W. Stevens Jr. and the first lady of Sun Country Mrs. C. Stevens. Also recognized as v...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

Page Ten-A By MIKE FINNEN On the banks of Lake Belton is a small military reservation called Ft. Hood. About two miles from headquarters is one of the quietest little valleys in the whole world. A small brook known as Brown Cow Creek runs through the valley with just enough sound to make it creepy. The valley has long been known as Creepy Swallow. A creepy dreadful feeling permeates the area. Some say the place has a spell cast over it by a retired commander since the first troops bivouaced there. At any rate the post lies under a power that holds a strange spell over the people. They believe in strange things like Ft. Hood is a cool place to live. They often see strange sights like reenlistment ceremonies and hear music from strategically placed loudspeakers and voices in the air. A strange figure is often seen in Creepy Swallow. It is the figure of a cavalryman without a head riding a horse from the world renown Horse Cavalry Platoon. He does not always stay in the valley. Sometim...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

^riday October 26 1973 SP/5 Steve Lacey likes to get in close with airplane engines. But when the day's over he likes to spread out in a place of his own. "I'm from Colorado and I'm used to having lots of room to move. Apartment living isn't my style. "So right after reenlisting my wife and I went to town and bought a trailer. With three bed­ rooms! Now if we move we've got something to take with us'.' To the Laceys today's Army means a good job and a good home to come home to. Your Career Counselor can help you get more of the things that mean the most to you. Whyareyou staying in? plislliiill#!! FORT HOOD SENTINEL The bonus paid for our 65-foot trailer." v. -in wammmiSM l- V- S S ms- Page Eleven-A

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

Page Twelve-A "Jour fr J-P- TREE' WeA?OM A IM&SP ti^ER PARTS & LABOR FOR PARTS & LABOR FOR 2800 E. HWY. 190 AS IT'S A 11 HAPPENING TUNE-UP SPECIAL OIL CHANGE & LUBRICATION WITH EVERY TUNE-UP. Install new spark plugs points & condensers Check primary & secondary wiring Remove inspect & replace distributor. Set cam & dwell Adjust & set ignition timing Clean carburetor air filter Check PCV valve Clean crankcase inlet air cleaner Inspect exhaust system & cooling system Check tires for excessive wear Check battery terminals & cables 8 6 JENKINS CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH CYLINDER—$25.00 CYLINDER—$20.00 "Drive a Little-Save a Lot7 634-2621 Seventy-seven Central Texas-Ft. Hood members of the Association of the U.S. Army (AUSA) witnessed the receipt of an award presen­ ted to the chapter at the An­ nual National Meeting of the AUSA held in Washington D.C. October 15-17. The award was presented to the chapter for outstanding membership accomplish­ ments and...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

.Friday October 26 1973 STOP Ex-bruin a grand paw By JERRY REED Anchored on the desk of the editor of the Ft. Hood Sentinel A.D. Pittman is a paper weight in the shape of a pentagon (appropriate for government work) with pictures of the Baylor football team. Undoubtedly is was more than just a mere coin­ cidence that Pittman's oldest offspring happens to be one of those Baylor Bears pictured. His name is Allen a crisp easy-to-remember identity. When the younger Pittman went off to college to play football A.D. left his successor with a nod of the head a shake of the hand and the key to the family jewels. Yessiree A.D. is proud of his son like many of the other parents across the nation who have kids in the collegiate ranks. He sits in his gray swivel-chair in the Ft. Hood Information Office with a cigarette fixed between his lips dressed in the latest fashions. A. D. or the "BADAC" as his is often called fight the slings and arrows of outrageous futures during the week and waits unt...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

Page Two-B Jirn Moore managed a faint grin back in September as the [old bus rambled across the -airport runway in Miami. It was a toss up which was more painful—his injured shoulder or the smile he tried to accomplish. Saturday at Fayetteville Moore didn't have to work a bit to smile as he returned two "Arkansas punts one ror 73 yards and a touchdown and caught three passes as the Texas Longhorns beat the Razorbacks 34-6. Rpdeo set This is the last Sunday for the iHuntsville Prison Rodeo. So if you are planning on going you had better sign up at your nearest Recreation Center and take advantage of the free commercial bus that will-be departing Sun. 28 Oct. frorp Rec Centers. The bus will-leave the Center at 9:30 a.ml for the rodeo in Hunt- svilte Texas. This years Huntsville Prison Rodeo has been Bigger better and rougher than ever. The rodeo features the Girls from the Goree Unit who.' compete in the donkey barrel race the calf tussle and*the greased pig sacking contest. Another e...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

.Friday* October 26 1973 By JERRY REED Sports Editor Announcer Connie Alexan­ der couldn't believe that Texas place kicker Billy "Sure Shot" Schott missed an extra point try in last I Saturday's game in Fayet- teville between Texas and Arkansas. The attempt at the conver- sion came after the Longhorns had just marched 94 yards for their initial score of the contest. Alexander's voice reached a high pitch level when he viewed the error and quickly informed his listeners how amazing it was that Billy failed to con­ vert on the PAT. Schott's miscue was the kOnly error that he or his teammates made for the rest of the contest. Texas beat the Porkers by the tune of 34-6 and took sole possession of first place in the conference the Horns now have a 2-0 record in loop play while the Hogs are 2-1. It was Roosevelt Leaks the much heralded fullback of the Longhorns who carried the load of running and for the most part the en­ tire offense for Texas. The junior from Brenham Texas ^rushed for 2...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

Page Four-B Winner of the "I-wish-I- hajcin't-said-that" award of the week has to be the Arkansas band member who went up to Roosevelt Leaks after the Longhorns worked out last Friday and said "tlood luck tomorrow yoti're gonna need it." [It wasn't the first challenge Leiaks had encountered in t&at year-long week which followed Texas' crushing defeat by Oklahoma but it may well have been one of the last. Rosey didn't answer the guy ... he just looked at hiih with that Sonny Liston stare and came out swinging on Saturday. In perhaps his best game as a Longhorn the 5-11 220- pound junior fullback from Brenham rushed for 209 yar­ ds scored three touchdowns ahd had his two longest runs at Texas 59 and 43 yards for spores. •''He did everything you could ask a fullback to do" marveled Fred Akers TU's offensive coordinator in Vlf A Roosevelt Leaks charge of the backfield. "He had a bunch of great blocks. In- fact- on one play he knocked down three men. The supercharged effort by Le aks...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

Friday October 26 1973 lhe fire fighting fool is back in action and with another super headache brought on by the ace nemesis of all fire fighters the bomb threat idiot. After nearly a month without one of the creeps poking his foul face to a telephone a bomb threat ap­ pears. That coupled with a smoke bomb has done little to cool the flame finders tem­ perament. The week started typically enough with a call out on Sparta Road where a POV had developed a case of carb- burn and was quickly given a cure. No real damage was recorded. That fire and the standby for an Air Vac later in the day would have been little to suffer through had it not been that the arson antagonist had sat up all night waiting for the little flame finder to be born. Such an ordeal. Mama flame finder didn't enjoy it too much either but that's what happens when sparks fly. Then still not totally rested from the previous day the big moment came for the fantastic flame fighter the moment of the bomb. It was 2:45 a.m...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

Page Six-B By Dick Principato Normally One-hundred per cent of anything is the maximum but in the case of the 1st Pers. and Admin. (P&A) Bn. a big fat zero per cent took top honors recently. The contest which had its beginnings in March '73 isn't over by any means but the 1st P&A 13th Spt. Bde. will no doubt continue to win in terms of zeros. What was the contest? What will it prove? Being 'something' for 'nothing' is only one way to put it but the end result will affect everyone on active duty! -A phrase from long ago 'Beware the Ides of March' could have just as well read 'Hail the Ides of March' toclay. March was the initial start of the SIDPERS program at Ft. Hood. SIDPERS stands for 'Stan­ dard Installation/Division Personnel Systems' a com­ puterized method of accoun­ tability of troop strengths. Speculation last March was the 'favorite puzzle of the day' the Morning Report would soon take its place in military history. Though there have been a lot of growing pains cha...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

October 26 1973 As promised in the last MARQUEE 2LT Jim Mur­ phy of the 57th Signal Bn has graciously provided us with a blow by blow review of "The Student Prince" which he at­ tended with the Ft. Hood Community Theater Guild on 20 Oct. 73 in Dallas. Here is Jim's review: "After a pleasant trip up to Dallas marred only by the bumper to bumper traffic heading for the Texas State Fair The Maryland Club Coffee. Rich Flavor! Safeway Special! EVERYDAY 9 Corn chips ^Hty. Delicious! —17-ox. Can V-8 Juice Cranberry Sauce Bartlett Pears Guild saw 'the Student Prin­ ce' at the State Fair Music Hall. This presentation one of the last before the show opens on Broadway was plagued by poor sound spotty acting and faulty set desig- n." "The poor sound was caused by the microphones located on the stage which due to their volume settings picked up clearly all of the singing and talking close to them (as well as footfalls and Ft.<p></p>IMMY Hood Theater PRICES! Tomato Catsup Th Highway. ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

Page Eight-B fhtvI MONDAY 29 OCTOBER 7:39 National Anthem 8:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 8:28 Care and Concern 8:43 Helicopter vs Armor in Mid-In­ tensity Environment 9:00 M73 Machinegun General Assembly & Disassembly 9:39 One Force 10:00 Policies Legal Consideration & Command Responsibility of Civil Disturbance 10:41 Mechanical Training on M85 Pt. 5 Functioning & Troubleshooting 11:00 Family Life 11:21 Amphibious Operations 12:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 12:28 Care and Concern 12:43 Pneumatic Tools: Nail Driver & Wood Borer 1:00 Tactical Employment of Division Artillery Pt 2 1:56 Equipment Serviceability Criteria 2:30 Ballistic Aerial Target System (BATS) 3:00 Point of Decision 3:15 Types of Discharge Certificates 4:(H Equipment Inspection & Main­ tenance Worksheet DA Form 2404 4:31 Making a Soldier Policeman 3:00 Weather FH News What's Happening o:28 Care and Concern i:43 A Place Called Home &:03 Seapower 7:31 Wishes Lies and Dreams (T:00 Tim...

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

Friday October 26 1973 NICE PUMPKINS YOU GOT THERE LADY Jefferey exclaimed when Gale Gladney landed astride her pole in a pumpkin supply at Half Moon Bay Calif. Jefferey managed to squeeze off a shot of Miss Gladney before she laun- O A superb metaphorfor what has often been called The American Dream'!" THE & MORROW NIGHT AT THEATRE HI OR TUE5. iat *3 a 1 ched skyward in preparation for the meeting of the mod witches society on Halloween. Jefferey brought back an ap­ propriate pumpkin as a souvenir of his meeting with the curvaceous cauldron keeper. (UPI Wirephoto) fOR PORE EXCELLENCE IN ACTING IT'S HARP TO TOP "THE KiNG OF MARVIN GARPENS".^ THE SAME WRITER AND DIRECTOR FROM*FIVEEAGV PIECES" BRING SACK JACK NICHOLSON ASA PHILOSOPHIZING DISC JOCKEY WHO GETS TANGLED UP IN HIS BROTH­ ER'S PRD3LEMS.7 IT'S AT THEATRE. *3 TONIGHT AN PAT PALMER THEATRE ON TUESDAY W HO ARE THOSE FOLKS DOWN THERE WITH (Si^E VOOr IhelGngof Marvin Gardens Jack Nicholson Bruce Dern Ellen Burstyn PHILMfj wit...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 26 October 1973

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