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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 2 November 1973

Friday November 2 1973 AAFES safety listed With the approach of Christmas and the yearly customer rush on toys and children's playthings the Army and Air Force Ex­ change Service (AAFES) reminds shoppers to pay special attention to safety features and possible hazards represented in their toy pur­ chases. AAFES cooperates with the Consumer Product Safety Commission to remove poten­ tially hazardous toys and other products from exchange outlets as soon as it is notified by the federal com­ mission. Each exchange outlet receives copies of the Consumer Product Safety Commission banned products list which is intended to in­ form retrailers of household products found too dangerous for use in order to expedite their removal from the marketplace. A recent list of banned products contained more than 400 toys and playthings deter­ mined to be dangerous. To help customers give their children playtime fun with safety AAFES passes along these year-round shop­ ping suggestions from the Consumer...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 2 November 1973

Page Six-B Guidon passed In ceremonies held earlier this- year Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. cm- dr.'passed a guidon to Maj. Frank B. Allen and thereby activated HOW's new 2nd Avii. Co. which Maj. Allen commands. After passing the guidon Maj. Gen. Fair commented "It is an honor and a privilege to participate in the formation of this company. There isn't anyone who has mote respect for Army aviation than I do." The company consists of 10 helicopters four IH-UH (Hueys) and six OH-58s. There are approximately 100 men assigned to the flying unit. "Our mission centers on supporting the aircraft needs of* division headquarters and operating the facilities at Hood Airfield" explained Maj. Allen "From these two points spring a variety of responsibilities." The needs of division a a in providing Maj. Gen. Fair the assistant division comman­ ders and their visitors with aircraft transportation to and from Ft. Hood and within the post. The helicopters may be used for visitors arrivin...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 2 November 1973

ber 2 1973 *ST£R ACTING! $ WOTOB Vitamin 'C Tablets is.a89^ Liquid Shampoo Liquid Bleach •Aluminum Foil Overnight Diapers Lunch Bags FINE CHINA DESSERT DISHES 59* STOCK-UP!.' Orange Juice Bel-air. Frozen. 100% Orange Juice From Florida. Safeway Special! Cinnamon Rolls Mrs. Wright's. Quick & Easy! Ready to Bake! Safeway Special! Apple Sauce Highway. Serve with Pork! Good Any Meal! Safeway Big Buy! Cleanser Powder. White Magic. Removes Stains! Safeway Special! Motor Oil Safeway. Regular Grade. •20 Wt. or *30 Wt. Safeway Special! Bath Soap 4 Truly Fine Deodorant Bar. Mild to Skin! Safeway Special! Bakery tow Prices! French Bread Skylark. Sliced j6-oz '.Safeway Special! Loaf Jewish Rye Bread English Muffins 16-ox. Skylark 12-ox. Mrs. Wright's Pkg. 67* 16-0*. Truly Fine Bottle with every $5 purchase Kr'ularly SI.50 Sandwich 00 Stewart's Chuck Wagon. Frozen —9-oi. Pkg. Stayfree "Ma*i-Padi —30-Ct. Pkg. $1.19 Aspirin Tablets 1 Cf Safeway Brand. 5-Grain —100-Ct. Bottle Creme Rinse Hair S...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 2 November 1973

Piige Eight-B W1 Ft. Monday 5 November 7:59 National Anthem 8:00 Weather FH News What's Hpapening 8:28 Care and Concern 8:43 Preventive Maintenance Communications 3:00 Environmental Quality Con­ trol Program 9:14 Inspection of Tank Automotive Material (Wheeled Vehicles) 10:00 Point of Decision 10:15 M3 & M3A1 Submachinegun Assembly & Disassembly Pt 1 11:03 Annual SAEDA Presentation 12:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 12:28 Care and Concern 1-2:43 Principles of Weight & Balance for Cargo Helicopters 1:01 First Aid: Everyday Emergencies 2:03 Tactical Employment of Division Artillery Pt 2 2:59 Mechanical Training on the .45 Cal Pistol Pt 2 3:41 Sampling Bulk POL Products 4:00 Introduction to & Evolution of'Civil Disturbance 4:30 Our Heritage 5:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 5:28 Care and Concern 5:43 Green Scene Nr. 1 Your Army Today 6:00 Athletes in Action p:50 Information Explosion 7:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 7:28 Care and Concern Y:43 Green Scene Nr...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 2 November 1973

Friday November 2 1973 JEFFEREY in the midst of preparing goodies for Halloween tricksters an­ swered the ring of his door bell and found lovely Miss Monica Tidwell stan­ ding on his front porch. Monica was born and raised in the Deep South but has lived in New York and Chicago for OFF WftEfl NOT mP£t S miE 4PTIST C0Hce?T ${ Oct 0t\$7Z V&UE OF UFO S COAS fRlNTEP Pi HP Tfte FcRfif Asove WAS va&zvdEV &T svj/rroH T. FG.IEPMAN (NuciBPtR Physicist') A MAN o)Ho Qeu&feb iTe Note: Ttif&e PRmings COVE AUTO SUPPLY 100000 Auto Parts I ""We Appreciate *fc Your Business S Hwy. 190 at Robertson Road 547-2182 S Copperas Cove fl 1 the past three years. Eventually she plans to go to college and major in English and drama. Lucky prof's. Jeff said that this lovely little trick was the best treat he has had in a long long time. (Photo courtesy of Playboy Magazine) Height UNKHoWrt ti%4 4&&Tconcept & ^toof^X(l^73) Ocj~ /4JS73 FtesCflGOUlA Itbo MEM TAKEN Forms ANp R&Ef&...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 2 November 1973

Page Ten-B SHOP S^Rl-V Znd •Friendly GQ Winter safety urged With freezing weather just around the corner the Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) offers these tips for motorists who are do-it-yourself winterizers. First of all make sure water and anti-freeze are mixed at least half and half depending on the tem­ perature. Add the prescribed additional anti-freeze as tem- peratures drop below freezing. It should be changed each year. Never forget to check the thermostat. Install only the thermostat recommended in the car manual. Since it must be working at maximum ef- ficienty the thermostat should be changed every three years or 30000 miles. Inspect the radiator hose. If it is soft and spongy it should be changed. Normal life for most radiator hoses is 20000 to 25000 miles. Other hoses to be checked are the heater hose and by-pass hose. Motorists should consult manuals for details since proper installation can be quite tricky. Speaking of hoses be sure new hose clamps are use...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 2 November 1973

Friday November 2 1973 SHOP .0 ZncL Pr/i/g Please identify stolen property Military Police In­ vestigators Lex Newman and Allen Skinner work the Pawn Shop Detail for the III Corps MP Investigative Section at Ft. Hood. Responsible for checking the merchandise pawned in 46 pawn shops within a 75 mile radius of Ft. Hood Skin­ ner and Newman are the men who catch the crooks that steal your property. Most pawn shops are legitimate and do a good business without buying stolen property. It's not profitable for a pawn shop to buy "hot goods" because if the stolen items are discovered by the police it is the pawn shop that usually ends up losing money. Local pawn dealers are very cooperative with law enfor­ cement authorities. Since pawn shops are in the business of buying used items of property stolen goods are sometimes pawned there. It's the job of the Pawn Shop Detail to find these hot goods and recover them for their owners. Under the Texas Pawn Shop Act pawn shops require identificatio...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 2 November 1973

Page Twelve-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice to Public (HO INTERESTED IN C.B.? COME to a Meeting of the Copperas Cove CITIZEN'S BAND RADIO CLUB. Held on the 2nd & 4th Thur­ sday at 8 p.m. at the Community Center City Park Copperas Cove. (JV22 BUSINESS SERVICES Dresses Sewing 040 CUSTOM SEWING. Taylor Made Clothes for Men or Women. Call Cha Anytime. 526-5916. (tfn) Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 Inch Portable with Built-in Antena. Rented by the Day Week or Month. Come by and Make Your Selection from Our Large Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. Killeen 634-4742 (tfn) Furn. Upholstery J)46 7 PIECE LIVING room suit $169.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323. Air Con. Heating 050 GEORGE'S Alft CONDITIONING -HEATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Sentinel CI as sifted REAL ESTATE City Property 090 MUST SELL this month. 3 bedroom 2 bath Spanish brick home. Large panel den carpets drapes all built-ins large corner lot. Southwest Temple...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 2 November 1973

Friday November 2 1973 E Field testing has long had a valuable place in the develop­ ment of military equipment and concepts for no amount of theory or laboratory testing can guarantee that a weapon or an idea will work when given to the troops who fmust use it. With this concept in mind soldiers of the two divisions stationed at Ft. Hood use a wide array of devices systems and ideas undergoing testing by Headquarters Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review (MASSTER). Born of a need to quickly and efficiently evaluate sur­ veillance target acquisition and night observation (STANO) equipment during the Vietnam conflict MASSTER has become a major field testing center ^xamining a broad spectrum ™f military concepts and devices from division staff functions to prototype scout vehicles. MASSTER was established at Ft. Hood on October 1 1969 as Project Mobile Army Sensor Systems Test Evaluation and Review with the responsibility to develop test and research concepts and doc...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 2 November 1973

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 9 November 1973

VOL. 32 NO. 36 "Say something in Taco" a Black challenged a Mexican-American as a verbal barrage of one-liners was exchanged. "O.K." the Spanish speaking American crawled "but only if you say something first in chittling." Still laughing over that one? Then it's obvious that you could have racist tendencies according to several of the instructors of the Ft. Hood Race Relations Seminars being conducted here. The instructors while sharing a few of the more prominent racial slurs and "jokes" being circulated were adamant in their denouncements of the use of such verbal abuse of ethnic groups. The illustration given by the instructors was by no means an indication that they approve of racial slurs as long as it is being done between the members of minority groups. It was explained that one of the f[)rime goals of the Race Relations Seminars is an at­ tempt to do away with racial slurs altogether whether between members of the same of different ethnic groups. Racial slurs have long been ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 9 November 1973

Page Two-A & By TONY BIFFLE Bus rides (or anything else besides "life liberty and the pursuit of happiness") do not excite me. On the day before Ft. Hood's thirty day environ- 1 ment program began I stood at the bus stop just pass the intersection of Ft. Hood Rd. and Bn. Ave. I stood there a supporter of mass transit only because my car is smashed sipping a Coke smoking I a Kool and waiting on a bus. Then the bus pulled up and stopped at the short white wooden pole with "bus stop" stenciled on it in green. The door opened and everything seemed to be going according to the SOP until the driver tells me I'm not going to ride his bus with a Coke can. "Why?" I asked. Because he says no he says. I can either get rid of the can (litter) or not ride his bus. So I did what any other guy I know would do who wanted his way back to the barracks shortened I .tossed the can on the curb and rode the bus. My conscience hurt a little. What was the reason for this? I'd never tried to do this bef...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 9 November 1973

Friday November 9 1973 In ceremonies held last ^Friday 60 2nd Armd. Div. •Unit of Choice recruiting representatives were bid farewell and wished good -luck by Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair HOW commander. The representatives who join 51 HOW recruiters 'already in operation are the I largest group to be sent out since the program began ap­ proximately two years ago. .-Their initial commitment is "'for six months this can be shortened or extended depen- •ding on the individuals per­ formance. Acting as supplements to their assigned recruiting stations the recruiting ^representatives can not ac­ tually enlist a person: Once they've interested someone in joining the 2nd Armd. Div. they must get a regular I Army recruiter to enlist him. Training for the duty con­ sists of a one week course in presenting speeches inter­ viewing techniques and proper methods of filling out McEnery and Maj. Gen. Robert M. Shoemaker the 1st Cav. Div. commander reviewed the troops on line mounted on horseback as th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 9 November 1973

Page Four-A Sock it to the litterer Hit him where it hurts A resounding "Amen" is voiced by the SENTINEL to the recent Ft. Hood regulation that provides for the assessment of fines on persons caught spreading their trash about the Ft. Hood reservation. Any individual who is so narrow-minded as to believe that the trash he is strewing about will never be noticed or who doesn't really give a big rap if it is deserves to have the heavy boot of the law kick him right in the wallet. If Ft. Hood never has anything else to its credit it will always have an abundance of trash receptacles running the gambit from mass produced flip-top stainless steel rebbish containers to the ever popular 55-gallon hand-painted drum. Being so plentiful on post the receptacles still do not receive the attention they deserve from many reservation residents. Heaps upon heaps of rubbish are still found in unauthorized locations where they were left by unthinking individuals with little or no concern for the imag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 9 November 1973

Friday November 9 1973 By RICHARD STACY Shortages are something that seems to be coming a common place happening. As you may realize medical care is no different. The Army is facing a shortage of physicians which is generated by the suspension of the "Doctor Draft." The situation is being compounded by the reduction in the authorized strength of Medical Corps. The Army Medical Department has instituted many programs using para-medical personnel to ex­ tend the capability of the physician. Some of these programs such as the Automated Military Outpatient System (AMOS) and the Physician Assistants programs have been discussed in the past. One of these physician-extender programs which has received little comment involves nurse clinicians. Clinicians are registered nurses of the Army Nurse Corps who by their training are prepared to function in expanded roles of medical care. They are utilized to provide selected diagnostic therapeutic health maintenance and educational services to the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 9 November 1973

Page Six-A 2nd BN. 41ST. MECH) INF. Officers and wives of the 2nd Bn. 41st (Mech) Inf. met recently at the West Ft. Hood Officer's Club for a hail and farewell party. Activity cen­ tered around a buffet table of a a spareribs salads and Texas toast. After the meal Lt. Col. Ed­ ward Szvetecz battalion com­ mander welcomed several guests: Bob Stodyhill nad Lauri Leander Darla Owens and Carolyn Savage. He then welcomed two newcomers to the group: 2nd Lt. and Mrs. James P. Schuitz and Maj. and Mrs. Jerry A. Smith. The colonel bid farewell to Maj. and Mrs. Milton Eliades and 2nd Lt. and Mrs. Jeff Berry. Maj. Eliades and 2nd Lt. Berry were presented with 2nd Armored Division plaques. 2ND BN. 5TH ADA Creaking doors howling winds and bone chilling screams at the West Ft. Hood Community Center provided the errie at­ mosphere for the 2nd Bn. 5th Who will she be? Who will be Fort Hood's 1974 Military Wife of the Year? We will know on November 29th when a panel of Judges will interview each nom...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 9 November 1973

Fridav November 9 1973 8TH ENG. BN. Engineers and wives of the 8th Eng. Bn. met for an in­ formal hobo party recently. Newcomers Cpt. Corbin Stevens and Lt. and Mrs. Joe Howze were welcomed into the battalion by Col. Momeier. Mrs. Howze a Lt. in the army is assigned to the Brook Army Mescal Cen­ ter in San Antonio and hopes to join her husband shortly. Fond fairwells were exten­ ded to Cpt. and Mrs. William Evatte Lt. John Grigg and Lt. and Mrs. John Record. A baby cup was presented to Cpt. and Mrs. Evatte for their new daughter Susan Michelle. Mrs. Charles Rydell hosted the monthly coffee in her home with the help of Mrs. Douglas Coolldge. Mrs. John :p^x SKY PRINCESS—Patricia Canfax of Dallas is just one of the many people who stopped by to explore the intracacies of the 1st Bn. 6th Dav.'s Cobra gunship located outside the Cotton Bowl at the Texas State Fair. The Cobra and a gamma goat were part of the military equipment display which also featured Air Force and Navy aircraft from ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 9 November 1973

Page Eight-A By DICK PRINCIPATO Pollution and the energy crisis. Why? Perhaps the world's population has something to do with it all. Then again maybe the world's mounting rise in the standard of living has some effect. At any rate ecologists and economists are busier today than ever before in recorded history searching for some solutions to these problems. Time is not on their side and neither is most of the world's population! .Putting the two problems together there is something significant for us all. In the long run it could mean world­ wide famine. But besides needing clean air and water and fuel to cool or heat \yhatever comes of all the in­ vestigations and enforced legislation will surely affect one of our most prized possessions our automobiles. The signs of the times are already upon us. This past spring and summer more hew cars stood idle unwan­ ted unsold than ever before. Significantly we would put emphasis on economy long before putting it on ecology- oriented devices...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 9 November 1973

Friday November 9 1973 By WILLIE MONTZ The 13th Spt. Bde. may not have cards scuttering about led by a Queen shouting "off with her head" but it's still 'Wonderland' to Alice. No white rabbit scampers in cir­ cles in anxiety for fear of 'being late' nor do Fid- dledeedee and Fiddledeedum argue about making decisions. Mad as it may seem even th idea of tea with the Mad Hatter is far from her mind because for this California girl this fatigued-colored brigade "is Wonderland". Second Lieutenant Alice Murphy a recent graduate of the Women's Officer Orien­ tation Course and the Signal Officers' Basic Course is the most recent of the eye-lash fluttering lieutenants in Special Troops battalion. Presently she is assigned to the 153D Stock Control Det. as Chief of the Service Sup­ port Branch. Her job entails assisting the units in main­ taining a proper level of sup­ ply materials and controlling the inventory of computer cards. "One of the greater things about the brigade" said the hazel-e...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 9 November 1973

Friday November 9 1973 Brave Shield is coed By John McMullen The 1st Cav. Div. troops who participated in the desert exercise Brave Shield VI at Ft. Bliss recently were not exactly surrounded by civilization. Therefore the soldiers of the Cav. rightfully looked on disbelieving their eyes when a truck with a USO sign and two female oc­ cupants drove out to the field in id wargames. They were Misses Irene Gardea and Maria Leal. Maria is a volunteer and Irene is a staff trainee from the Armed Services Young Men Christian Association- United Services Organization (Y-USO) of El Paso. The two girls visited with the 2000 cavalrymen from Ft. Hood on three occasions during the exercise in the period from Oct. 27-29. Ser­ ving up smiles punch coffee cqokies they also handed out magazines and paperback books cheerfully greeting all the! soldiers. The men "reluc­ tantly" interrupted their work throwing bushes on top of the tents for camouflage or whatever they were doing for a brief respite bit...

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