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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

Fridav. November 16 1973 Approximately 5400 officers .and men and more than 200 military vehicles will par­ ticipate in the 1st Cav. Div.'s clean-up operations in Cop­ peras Cove no Nov. 19. The First Team's activity is part of a post-wide project to assist area residents in its three neighboring com- ^munities in the removal of major trash items. "Operation Helping Hand" as the project is being called grew out of a major effort undertaken by the 1st Cav. a few months ago as they en­ deavored to clean up ac­ cumulated litter in the maneuver area west of the post's impact area. More than 1000 truckloads of waste were removed in that effort. Since the plan was announ- ced weeks ago Cav. com- manders and staff officers have worked closely with Copperas Cove leaders to organize efforts for the big day. To gain the greatest training benefit from the operation the Cav. planners established four geographic "sectors" in the Cove's city limits and assigned one of the division's senior com­ m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

Page Eight •V rf':- V* .f- :*-i S-K 3" »£VT Public waking up to pollution By John Pearce A white truck-cab rumbled east on Santa Fe Ave. near the Post Commissary its hydraulic machinery silently gripping the large familiar red white and blue "Ecology" dumpster. No one paid any attention as the truck turned left entered through the steel gates and came to a dusty halt near a large warehouse. The dumpster was lowered amidst the complaining 'hisss' of its hydraulic system as the machinery strained with its load. Moments before it reached the ground with a sound weighty 'thud' a figure stepped briskly form the nearby warehouse calling out in­ structions. He helped direct the dumpster to its proper location. Unlatching one of the dumpster's side door the of­ ficer a captain deeply tanned from hours of outside work scanned the hundreds of pounds of bundled paper inside the first of many more such loads expec­ ted today. Slamming the hatch shut Cpt. Charles Holt Officer in Charge (OIC) of ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

Fridav. November 16 1973 By DAVE BENNETT Second Armd. Div. Officers Warrant Officers and Sergeants Major are set to at­ tack enemy forces later this month in an area two miles west of Post Headquarters. The enemy tentatively described as beer kegs have been observed building up in the vicinity of the Ft. Hood Mini do me. Other identified enemy for­ ces include Polish sausages hot dogs baked beans potato salad pretzels and potato chips. There are indications that shipments are underway Greetings and good tidings from Sun Country the 13th Spt. Bde. Can you believe the warmth in the middle of the winter madness? Things are really bursting in Sun Coun­ try making ready for Operation HELPING HAND. Four battalions are in­ volved in the Harker Heights area. The 'Legionaires' (553D S&S Bn.) are getting the heavily populated west sec­ tion the Signaleers of the 16th Sig. have the mid-section and the 169th Maint. Bn. is taking the north end. Moving into all areas in each section is the 62...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

Friday November 16 1973 -If you are in the 1st Cav. Div. Gym area (Bldg. 37017) December 8th and 9th in­ stead of playing basketball you can enjoy the Cougar Country Cat Club's Cham­ pionship Cat Show. The Cougar Country Cat Club a local civilian and ifliiitary organization of feline lovers chartered by the American Cat Fancier's Association is sponsoring their 2nd Annual show at Ft. Hood. Last year's entries totalled approximately 200 from the United States and Canada and an even greater number is expected this year. According to Maj. Ed. H. Rugenstein club president "the purpose of the organization is to promote the well-being and welfare ot all.cats not just prize cats.' G-l SECTION A combination coffee- workshop was held Nov. 7 at the home of Mrs. Richard Taylor for the officers' wives of the G-l coffee group. Mrs. Jack Mullen led the business meeting. She welcomed a newcomer Mrs. John Hayne. Farewell was said to Mrs. David Hicks. Mrs. Paul L. Mullen mother-in-law of Mrs. Jack M...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

Friday November 16 1973 By CLEM HUGHES Would a soldier in today's Army become a career soldier even if he had a Bachelor's Degree in Agriculture? He would if he found job satisfaction with ^he Army and 1st Sgt. Ecolia Dunn of "B" Co. 1st Bn. 41st Inf. (Straight and Stalwart) 2nd Armd. Div. is willing to tell you why. First Sergeant Dunn is a native of Zebulon North Carolina. As the orderly room clerk typist diligently pounded the keys of his typewritter Dunn explained his Army career started after graduation from high school in 1945. "As a high school duate" started Dunn "I ized that jobs in my com­ munity were scarce. Even 20 jSears ago education was a Qpust for an individual to ex- Amateur photographers will be asked to show their worst rather than their best photos of Ft. Hood if they ^£nter the Foul Photo Contest hieing conducted here during Environmental Emphasis Month. The contest asks for in­ dividuals entering to submit photos depicting the worst aspects of the Ft. Hood en­ ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

Page Twelve New chiefs announced In recent personnel changes a new chief of staff and command sergeant major have been named at MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review). Col. Earl W. Fletcher for­ merly the assistant comman- •. dant of the Army Aviation School at Ft. Rucker has 1 assumed duties as chief of staff and Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Lloyd J. Riley has moved in to the top enlisted spot at MASSTER. Before coming to Ft. Hood in September Col. Fletcher was at Ft. Rucker for three years where he was deputy commander of the Army Aviation Center as well as assistant commandant at the aviation school. Col. Fletcher served as an enlisted man in World War II and received his commission through officer candidate school at Ft. Benning. In his career he has been awarded the Silver Star the Legion of Merit with one oak leaf cluster the Bronze Star Medal with one oak leaf cluster the Army Commen­ dation Medal with three oak leaf clusters and the Air Medal with 26 oak leaf cl...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

unber 16 1973 Charmin Bath room Tissue Fresh Pork Chops 95' Economical Family Pack! Delicious! Lean & Meaty! —lb. Pork Roast Boston Butt. Semi-Boneless Fresh Oysters CATSUP CMS*)*' CHOWM ATV. CRYAMllvT^s 7"* J-/r /i Strawberries Cool Whip Grape Juice Cut Corn Onion Rings Hash Browns 43* 4-Roll Pkg. 954 Compare Safeway Variety & Quality! Smoked Ham s=/zs 89? Smoked Ham Boneless Brisket Catsup Highway. Rich Flavor! Safeway Big Buy! 14-oz. Bottle ^Pacific Coast Ctn. Cream Pies Bel-air Waffles Orange Juice 29* 37 314 244 574 Sun Fresh. Slic.d 10-oz Pkg. 4.5-oz Ctn. Birds fy«. Non Dairy Walch. Concentrate 6-oz. Can Bel-air. Whole Kernel 10-oz. Pkg. 9-ox Pkg. Mrs. Pauls. French Fried xr294 Bel-air. Potatoes Compare Low Prices! Pork & Beans Van Camp's. In Tomato Sauce —16-ox. Can Stuffed Olives Yellow Popcorn Instant Rice Corn Flakes Coffee Tone Tea Bags Shoestring 21' 29* 17* 39* 27* 39* 28* 12* Empress Manxanilla 2-oz. Jar 16-oz. Pkg. Town House 14-oz. Pkg. Town House 12-oz. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

Page Fourteen The Spec. 5 pins on his collar are new but you soon begin to suspect that the highly shined boots starched fatigues and smile are routine for Leroy J. Frado. Leroy left Btry. "B" 1st Bn. 14th Fielu Atrillery DivArty 2nd Armd. Div. in mid-August to attend the Field Artillery Cannon Non­ commissioned Officer's Basic Couse at Ft. Sill Okla. He went as a Spec. 4. He returned last week as a Spec. 5 with 19 months of his three year Unit-of-Choice enlist­ ment remaining. The Baltimore Md. native was the distinguished graduate of his 40-man class and that honor got him promoted. "About half-way" through IT'S GREAT TO BE BACK! Soldiers of the 16th Sig. Bn.'s "A" Co. having returned from the Reforger mission in Germany are welcomed by their wives and families at the battalion complex. The first of two planeloads of homecoming Reforger soldiers from the 16th Sig. Bn. i3th Spt. Bde. landed No. 8 at Robert Gray Army Air Field (RGAAF). Fifty-seven members of the 16th Sig. Bn.'s "A" ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

Friday November 16 1973 SPORTS Scribes aren't typical By JERRY REED Somewhere under the cloud of Prince Albert smoke hidden behind a pair of bifocals is your typical run-of-the-mill sportswriter. If you've seen one you've seen them all baloney. I'm here to set the record straight even sport- swriters have changed from the old days. Like everything else there are many different types of in­ dividuals that fill the capacity of the job. Perhaps there are still of the older sports scribes that keep an extra can of tobacco handy for those long sporting events. Some still get a kick out of staying home by the fireplace reading their articles in the local publications while complaining that they didn't receive a by-line but sooth themselves by listening to Guy Lombardo's recording of Auld Lang Syne. Now today's sportswriter being of sound mind and body with sobering thoughts from time to time is a bit on the wilder side. This is of course a generalization for the most part but I'm sure if ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

Paige Sixteen W. Hwy. 190 Killeen Phone 634-4812 33 A TOUGH BASKET Tanker center Dennis Voss (40) attempts a backhand layup in the first half of the South­ western game held at the Post Gym last Saturday. Ft. Hood lost the contest to Club plans show The Sport Parachute Club of Ft. Hood will be giving a 4ky diving exhibition this Sunday at the Ft. Hood Drag- way. *lSky diving is a fast growing sport at Ft. Hood. a a u6 has 50 members at present. The club program includes jumps at military meets. Some of the meets the club has appeared at are Ft. Bragg and West Point. The jumpers also perform for recruiters and have jum­ ped at the Ontario Dragway in Canada. Anyone interested in lear­ ning more about sky diving should contact Maj. Homer E.' Hudson or Spec. 4 David Regenthal at 532-9540. Qasses are held on the first Monday at the month for beginners. A Class of 10 will be starting soon so call now. 1 BRIDGES INSURANCE -r- & /t? :.:v'-:Sggg iiTai'iii'iifllllrttfiSi i" *i the visitin...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

Friday November 16 1973 By MIKE FINNEN The 2nd Armd. Div. boxing team proved to be less than gracious hosts as they han­ dled the 1st Cav. Div. boxers in five of nine matches at Burba Gym November 8. The boxing smoker billed as a warm up for December's post championship featured three-round bouts in both novice and open classes and also included an intermission matchup between Popeye and Brutus in the ring. Bout 1 featured First Teamer Angelo Barnwell against Victor Moldonado of the 2nd Armd. Div. in the 119 pound novice class and didn't last long enough for the HOW Band to warm their seats af­ ter playing the national an­ them. Harold Weston 1st Cav. coach instructed his fighter to blitz the opponent but Barnwell did a down and out instead suffering two knockdowns and a knockout all within 31 seconds of the first round. David Olson the Cav.'s en­ try in the 132 pound novice Zs OFF WHEN MoT N£BD£P (SpECIAI-'Si• From & I O S Discounts on All Liquors Wines & Beers Extra Specia...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

Page Eighteen if rmy has new service A new health care pifogram which went into ef- feet on October 1 has divided the contiguous United States hitp 13 tri-Service medical regions based on military population and location of sp- special treatment facilities. ." The new plan called the Anmed Forces Regional Health Service System is to provide maximum use of Defense Department medical -resources and to increase patient satisfaction. 'Under the system patients fcaft be referred to any Ser­ vice facility in their region «Whenever a specialist or .treatment is not available lodally. 'Intended to provide a more Uniform delivery of health -c&re services the system offers a cooperative .arrangement which affords Jhg latest advances in diag- nbsis and treatment. In ad­ dition it is designed to in­ crease productivity and jachieve ecnonmy without un­ necessary duplication of TeSources and more efficient u!se of professional medical personnel. Each region has a Tri-Ser- Vice Regional Review...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

Friday November 16 1973 Ecology Individuals and groups may send gift packages to ser­ vicemen overseas by mailing them to USO Directors at specific armed forces APO and FPO addresses as follows: Thailand Director USO U-Tapao 635th CSG CMR 3158 APO San Francisco 9633 Director SUO Korat 388th CSGP Box 96 APO San Francisco 96288 Director USO Sattahip Camp Samae San APO San Francisco 96232 Director USO Naknon Phanom 56th Combat Sup­ port Group Box 2513 APO San Francisco 96310 Director USO U-Dorn 432nd CSG Box 75 APO San Francisco 96237 Director USO Bangkok HHD U.S. Army Bangkok APO San Francisco 96346 Korea Director USO Seoul APO San Francisco 96301 Germany Director USO Frankfurt APO New York 09757 Director USO Hanau SUP ACT Hanau APO New York 09165 Iceland Director USO Keflavik FPO New York 09571 1973 USO HOLIDAY GIFT S E S I O N S O S E I E E N A N WOMEN OVERSEAS Cosmetics Combs deodorant hand towels Q-tips shampoo small mirrors shaving cream small terrycloth towels soap toothbrushes ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

Page Twenty By ROSALIND HENDRICKS This area may be the fishing capitol of the world...but the Big-Fisher- riian is leaving. He still plans on doing a lot of fishing. But would you believe Northern Trout and new troops?? ^Sergeant Ronald Hastings has been selected as one of many staff sergeants to assume duties as a full-time recruiter for the next three years. Presently this "fisher­ man" is the Career Counselor for 180th Trans. Bn. He also works With reenlistee's counseling and giving them the advice needed to streng­ then their outlook on Today's Anriy. -So he plans on doing alot of The American consumer for all his likes dislikes needs and wants has grown accustomed to one cold hard fact: high prices and the spec­ ter of even higher ones. But despite that somewhat grim prognosis there is one group of consumers who can rest assured they will get the most for their hard-earned dollars. That group consists of the men women and dependents Of the military family patrons of the Army an...

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

Friday November 16 1973 Sergeant First Class Jerry D. Holifield Btry. "B" 1st Bn. 92nd Field Artillery DivArty 2nd Armd. Div. was awarded the Army Com- a a meritorious achievement by Col. Albert B. Akers HOW DivArty commander during the 2nd Armd. Div. Artillery Noncommissioned Officers a A a Ceremony at Sadowski Field. He was also presented the iv A if a of Achievement and plaque for his selection as the DivArty outstanding NCO of the third quarter of calendar year 1973. He went on in competition to be selected as the outstanding HOW NCO for the same time period. The awards were presented on the morning of Oct. 12. In the afternoon Holifield was promoted from SSG. to Sfc. by his battalion commander Lt. Col. Thomas P. McHugh. if el re iv is award for the work he did as the AIT/OJT Training NCO for Btry. "C" 1/92 FA and later for the entire 1/92 FA. His work at Btry. "C" from Oct. 11 1972 thru Jan. 12 1973 was of such high quality that he was selected to supervise the "Brave Can­ nons...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

Page Twenty-Two I or at on Ft. fhtv .Regular Programs: Monday ifaui Wed­ nesday ••National Anthem 0759 and 2029 "Weather FH News What's Happening ~08:00-Noon-1700 and 1900 & E a in ^Programs 'Published in Armored Sentinel Monday 19 November T. 8:28—Care and Concern 8:43—Helicopter vs Armpr in a Mid- I nt ensi E vi ro ent 9:00—Paris '44 I 9:28—River Crossing 0|)erations .10:00—Prevention of Cold Injuries •10:32—Dragon's Teeth '11:00— Physical Fitness *H:3B—Our Heritage 12:28—Care and Concern *12:43—Pneumatic Tools: Nail Driver *&• Wood Borer 1:00—Invasion of Southern France 1 1:29—AN/MPQ-4 Radar 2:00—The Selling of Col Herbert 2:32—The CH-47 Chinook Emergency "Procedures "3:00—E vi ro me nta 1 Qua 1 ty Cont ro 1 Program 3:15—Map Reading Elevation & ^Relief Pt 3 4:00—Timber Trestle Bridges 4:33—The Great Snowmobile Caper 5:28—Care and Concern If the enemy ever invades [Southern California several 2nd Armd. Div. units will know exactly how to deal with them. Under the direc...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

Friday November 16 1973 A. «.. $8 AAFES is giant Just like all other major retailers the Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) is a business. But it goes further than that. An instrumentality of the Federal government AAFES is operated by the Depart­ ment of Defense and inten­ ded exclusively to serve and benefit the men and women "5 COVE AUTO*! 5 CIIDDIV I SUPPLY 100000 Auto Parts We Appreciate Your Business Hwy. 190 at Robertson Road 547-2182 I 1 Copperas Cove -c A of our Armed Forces and their dependents. "More than 69000 em­ ployees work diligently all over the globe to serve military men women and their families" said Maj. Gen. C. W. Hospelhorn AAFES commander. "The emphasis on service rather a it is a distinguishes AAFES from other businesses. In a very large sense it is a morale booster for the men and women who serve our coun­ try. It might be of interest that over 19000 employees of our total workforce are dependents of active duty military personnel." I The Exchange ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

Page Twenty-Four _B SIN E S SSE VIC E S 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 Btand 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) jFurn./ Upholstery 046 7 PIECE LIVING room suit $169.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323. Air Con. Heating 050 GEORGES AIR CONDITIONING -HEATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen ^isc.Seryices J63 PAT'S COIN SHOP Coins & Supplies AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR COMPASS AND BOUNTY HUNTER METAL DETECTORS Open 0900 to 1830 Hours Killeen 526-5584 REAL ESTATE City Property 090 BRICK HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER LOCATION: On two large city lots at end paved and curbed street joining ranch country no traf­ fic. YARD: The prettiest and deepest carpet grass lawn in Lampasas. Many large paper-shell ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 16 November 1973

s. Friday November 16 1973 How much backing should a good non-commissioned of­ ficer or petty officer get from his officers and what is the caliber of young men and women now coming into day's All-Volunteer Force? These were two of several questions answered recently ^it the Pentagon by the four top non-commissioned and petty officers of the Military Services during a live news conference over the world­ wide facilities of the American Forces Radio and Television Services. (AFRTS). Interviewed were Sergeant Major of the Army Leon L. Van Autreve Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Clinton A. Puckett Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force ^Richard D. KisLng (retired October 1 1973) and Master Chief Petty Officer of the Atlantic Fleet Gerald Gray who substituted for Master Chief Petty Officer- of the Navy John D. Whittet. MCPON Whittet was overseas on a field when the AFRTS program was aired. One questioner in Frank- KNIGHTS of COLUMBUS COUNCIL 4724 St. Francis Dr. Killeen THIRD DEGREE ...

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

Page Twenty-Six SP/4 Larry Pittman digs diesels. So much in fact that he turned down a job some guys would have jumped at. "The other job involved a lot of protocol. And that just isn't my bag. "Out on my wrecker I'm more my own boss. It's my job to make it go. And keep it going. "I like the guys I work with too. Everybody knows what they're doing. And they like what they do. "I also like the benefits that come with the job. But mainly it's the diesel. I'm staying in to stay with it'.' Why are you staying in? 7 FORT HOOD SENTINEL. FORT HOOD TEXAS Friday November 16 1973 t.

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