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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 November 1973

VOL. 32 MO. 38 li li "/l/i •fcxjt'S. [TV A FORT HOOD SENTINEL "PUBLISHED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD.' FORT HOOD WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21 1973 MAN PO£S WHAT HE BASIS "Publiohed by Community Enterprises Incorporated a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. Opinions expressed by writers herein are their own and are not to be considered an of'fi Department of the Army. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of the products or services advertised. OF EN YEARS AFTER John Fitzgerald Ket 35ih President' United States PERSONAL CONSEQUENCES IN SPITE OF QAN6BRS ... ANP Story on page 7 MUST IN SPITS' OF THAT IS THE ALL HUMAH MORALITY Profiles in CourZg& of 9

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

Page Two FROM THE :THIS IS A BUSY PLACE OFF WHEN Nor HBEPEP For The Best Prices In Town Call Me Before You Buy Siding Or Remodeling ACE Const. Co. 634-5566 BANK RATE FINANCING MEMBER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SERVING THE KILLEEN AREA 7 YEARS *1.00 Holds *100.00 Of Merchandise Until December 15 1973 No Interest Or Other Fees! Toys Bicycles Sporting Goods TV's Stereo Furniture Anything in the Store. Ask About Our Harker Heights -699-9090 /£MXEl says Maj. [Benny Bush Chief of Darnall Army [Hospital's Pharmacy to his students of •the Medical Supply Course from Ft. iSam Houston. The future 4490's were in- MK. CHARPIN(S Owner IT AVI9 Hunting & Fishing License and Regulation Guide Is Available Here! ..the family store Highway 190 .Open 9 AM to 9 PM o™@ troduced to the real world of supply during their recent visit to Ft. Hood and Darnall Army Hospital. (Photo by Bobby Bolden) SUBARU Fully equipped even push-button radio! OPEN: 8:30 A.M. To 6:30 P.M. iTOrTn STOP IN SEE IT BUY IT NOW- REGULAR ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 November 1973

Wednesday November 21 1973 Two little ONE Today there are more than 200 opticians throughout AAFES. To become an AAFES optician an applicant must meet specific requirements more stringent than those of most states. Opticians post their credentials in their respective optical shops. Not only are opticians required to meet high stan­ dards but so are the products the optical concessions sell. Products must meet the guidelines set by the American National Standards Institute and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Service is just as important as meeting guidelines. "Our opticians try to fill orders as soon as possible" commented Col. Sullivan. "Each customer is given an itemized HOME LUMBER CO. INC. George Leon hard Owner OPEN: 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM Sat. 7:30-5:00 COPPERAS COVE'S Home Improvement Center 102 S. 1st—547-2131 Are you sure you're not wasting money on your car and home insurance? If car and home insurance seem like a big item in your budget maybe it's because you're wasting...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 November 1973

Page Four Thanks?...It isn't all bad To the pessimistic at heart Thanksgiving will be just another day as they try to figure out what the military life really offers to be thankful for. (Pardon the preposition but and we are thankful for it in this instance it is appropriate) Possibly with four days of nothing to do but eat sleep and be happy some of the men on this post will have a little thinking time to discover that the military really does offer many things for which they might be thankful. For one thing you are employed and with in­ flation and unemployment going the way it is that is something to be happy about. And while the money might seem super for the lower EM that $326 a month is just a drop in the bucket compared to the room and board and free medical and dental benefits. And that is just for the single E-l. And then there is the possible $490 that a married E-l can reach with his quarters allowance and separate rations. And with the estimated worth of the medical cove...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 November 1973

Wednesday November 21 1973 Holiday activities are now scheduled The Recreation Centers (service clubs for you old timers) will be hosting some exciting activities for the Thanksgiving Vacation 22 Nov. thru 25 Nov. If you do Itiur. 22 Nov. 73 Open House 10: a.m. Coffee Hour 10:00 a.m. Open House 2 p.m. Pilgram Party 2 p.m. Thanksgiving Party 7:30 p.m. Pinochle Tournament 7:30 p.m. Kick-A-Rama Contest Game of Choice Fri. 23 Nov. 73 Basement Jam Session 7:30 p.m. The Art Of Wine Making 7:30 p.m. Christmas Card Crafts Sat. 24 Nov. 73 Team Scrabble 2 p.m. Beginners Chess 2:30 p.m. Spades Tournament 7:30 p.m. Record Roulette Panel Show 7:30 p.m. Cake Walk Wheels of Talent Sun. 25 Nov. 73 10:00 a.m. Coffee Hour Self Directed Activity 2 p.m. Canasta Party 2 p.m. Pinochle Tournament 2:30 p.m. Pinochle Tournament 7:30 p.m. Tripoley 7:30 p.m. Win A Record Rabies is prevented by an initial series of two in- noculations. The first is given at four months of age and the second at one year of age....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 November 1973

Page Six Since energy and its effects on our future are very much in the news these days the SENTINEL has summarized V'a paper on the subject originally published by the Department of Defense. Except for the artwork the following article is taken from a paper entitiled "The Energy Problem and Defen- se" by Rear Admiral N. Sonenshein USN of the Defense Energy Task Group. The artwork is by the 'SENTINEL'S Specialist 6 S. J. Stout. '. For more than a year energy has been discussed as a major topic both in the U.S. and around the world. And events such as limits on new sales of natural gas oc­ casional summer brownouts it a maneuvering over Middle Eastern Oil and environmen- tal standards which affect 1 supplies of gasoline and heating oil have sparked 'debate about energy reserves land the ability of our nation ^to continue growing. Some have predicted «"energy shortages which will if Ms Army directives state that *all Cobra helicopter pilots "must qualify annually with I-the Cobra's o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 November 1973

Wednesday November 21 1973 \\\\\\WW BEREAVED FAMILY Mrs. Kennedy is Robert Kennedy and Mrs. stands at the White House entrance Smith sister of slain President with Caroline and John Jr. In the back WIREPHOTO) I*1 RIDERLESS HORSE The caisson bearing the President's body is moved to the Capitol Rotunda to Jean (AP lie in State. (AP WIREPHOTO) FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS Let us go forth to lead the land we love By GARY KIMLER The crowds of people came on that bleak November day to the city where he worked for a country that he loved in a world he tried to change. And come they did from the shadows of their minds to the nation's capitol statesmen clergymen royalty and working class citizens alike. The elderly grieved in solemn tribute while innocent children stood by in ignorance. Saddened adults overcome by shock and disbelief imagined the futility of life in all its worthless splen­ dor. This young and vigorous leader had a lifetime before him a life of service to God his count...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 November 1973

Page Eight Travel info at all PXs Customers of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) who are traveling out of state now can receive information about exchanges in and around the state they are visiting. Exchange travel infor­ mation a program recently introduced by Maj. Gen. C. W. Hospelhorn AAFES com­ mander is contained in a handsome leaflet which can be found at exchange service stations at no charge to the customer. The guide gives the location of the military installation the main high­ way entrance and the operating hours of exchange facilities main store cafeteria service station beauty shop and barber shop. The operating hours are based on the needs of customers at each military installation and therefore are subject to change. As the holiday season rapidly approaches customers already are plan­ ning on trips back home to visit families and friends or exciting sight-seeing jaunts. Now they can plan their trips to include stops at exchnges on the way such as for gas...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 November 1973

November 21 1973 Check These Values! Stuffing Mix "2£ .Mrs. Wright's. Quick & Easy! —7.5-os. Pkg. Aluminum Foil i^r 25^ Brown-ln-Bag Whole Oysters Giblet Gravy tX°'& Poultry Seasoning 33* Ohcle Ben's Rice 6ake Mixes Wright's. Layer Cake —18.5-ox. Box Eagle Brand Milk Kara Syrup Marshmallows Pumpkin Pie Spice P|e Shells Ground Cinnamon Hpnilla Extract Bundt Cake Mix Angel Food Mix Powdered Sugar Italian Dressing GROW" fblgerf cofffee ulti-Grain Bread laky Gems ich & reamy! 49* 69' Brown & Wild Pkg. 57* •oiled. Sea Trader Can 20* Franco-American Can Cream of Mushroom IE '17' Compare These Safeway Values! 14-oz. Can Condensed 16-oz. Bottle Red Label 10-ox. Fluf Puff Crown Colony 1.5-ox. Can 11-oz. Dutch Ann. Frosen Crown 1.375-ox. Colony Can 2-oz. Crown Colony Bottle Pillsbury Pkq. Mrs. Wright's. For Salads! —8-ox. Bottle Mayonnaise Stuffed Olives 16-oz. Mrs. Wright's Pkg. 1-Lb Candi Cane Pkg. Everyday Com Prices nu-made. Creamy Dill Pickle Chips Ripe Olives 794 294 Emp...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 November 1973

Page Ten SPORTS Come to thank of it By JERRY REED Tomorrow afternoon I will sit down and have my Thanksgiving Day dinner which will consist of a Mor­ ton's Turkey T.V. dinner and a bottle of Strawberry Hill and recite a piece of scripture other than John 3:16 as I thank the lord for all that he has given me throughout my live long days. I would imagine that everyone else across the coun­ try will be referring to the "good book" when they give thanks tomorrow. It comes only once a year but it seems that most folks take time out to listen to an Oral Roberts album which contains your favorite hymns. I sure will be thanking my creator for my good things that have come my way throughout my life. Some of the things being my 23" Zenith my 5x7 glossy of Roger Staubach and my steady employment which will terminated in less than 18 months from now. Yessiree there are plenty of things to be thankful for in life and this is the best time of the year to show your appreciation. THEY'RE THANKFUL T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 November 1973

Wednesday November 21 1973 By GRIGORY LOY All I want you to do is sit back put your feet up and read this article. This article may make some of you pretty mad at me and I hope it does. Because You the so-called Scuba Divers have provoked me into writing. How many of you so-called divers actually go diving? How many of you attend meetings of the Ft. Hood Scuba Diving Club (FHSDC)? Information collected in the Ft. Hood-Killeen area shows that there are over 450 cer­ tified divers and an unknown amount of uncertified divers. But where are they all hid- ding? Out of all those divers in this area Ft. Hood should boast one of the largest scuba clubs in Texas. But we don't. Why? Because of you the divers in this area. As a matter of fact there are only about 10 per cent of those 450 divers that actually does any diving. What hap­ pened to the rest? That is an easy question to answer. But it will have to be broken down into different groups of divers. Which I will cover one by one. The fir...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 November 1973

Page Twelve' 51** ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT Company A of the 163rd Military In­ telligence Battalion recently moved in to help beautify Camp Finlayson a Girl Scout camp at West Ft. Hood as their project in Ft. Hood's Environmental "Over the rivers and through the other divisions to Sun Country we go"...the quarter-ton vehicle knows the way to carry the news and good tidings to you from me in the 13th Spt. Bde. Hi its Willie here to report the warm happenings of whats going on in the spot on post where the sun shines brightest the 13th Spt. Bde. of course! First of all let me say welcome to the 16th Sig. Bn. and the 62d Engr. Bn. in legally joining the happy folks of the brigade. Prior to last week they were under 'the wing of Fifth Army. Early this year the two bat­ talions were attached to the brigade and now we're one •big happy family. PAINTING PICNIC Two members of Company A 163rd Military In­ telligence Battalion add a fresh coat of Ipaint to a picnic table at Camp Finlayson a ...

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

Wednesday November 21 1973 SPT. CMD. The November coffee for the officers wives of Spt. Chid was held in Belton in the home of Mrs. Daniel Adams. Mrs. Emory Atwell was co-hostess for the evening. Mrs. William Lewis welcomed Mrs. Charles Roberts and Mrs. James Elder as newcomers and said farewell to Mrs. James Camp by presenting her with a "Charger" charm the traditional symbol of the Spt. Cmd. After a brief business meeting a program on in­ When was the last time you ate at an award-winning dining facility that not only had good food but also a beautiful WAC (the only WAC in an all-male unit) at the counter to serve you? If you haven't apparently you don't know what you've been missing at the 13th Spt. Bde.'s 21st Rep. Dining Facility. Within the past two years the 21st Replacement Dining Facility 1st P&A Bn. has won a number of awards. In 1972 they won the post competition for "Best Dining Facility" and competed in Fifth Army competition for the Connally Award an Army-wide dini...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 November 1973

Page Fourteen Horseback is great By BRIAN N. KANOF Maj. Bernie Young of MASSTER's (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) Air Combat Directorate has begun traveling to work the way his father did by hor- .seback. Maj. Young's father was an officer in the old horse Cavalry but those were other times. It was not tradition but rather the gasoline shor­ tage that inspired Maj. Young to saddle-up his horse Red and take the six-mile -trip from his house to his of­ fice atop Radar Hill at West Ft. Hood. Red a half Appaloosa half quarter horse gelding makes I the hilly trek in less than an fiour. "I had always thought about riding to work" said Maj. Young "but it was not until the recent gasoline shor­ tage that I decided to do it. My truck gets about eight miles per gallon but old Red can do about 100 miles on a single $1 bale of coastal ber- muda hay" he said. 1 With the obvious monetary savings added to the pure en­ joyment of a ride through the Central Texas countrysid...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 November 1973

0 Wednesday November 21 1973 Wednesday 28 November 8:27—Disassembly&Assy of 50 Cal Machinegun 9:01—The Army's Other Role 9:30—Testing Switchboard SB- 22APT Line and Truck Signals with Test Set i-181 10:00—Making of a Soldier Policeman 10:30—Equip Insp & Maint Worksheet DA Form 2404 11:00—A Vist to MARS 11:31—Don't Ruin Your Life 12:27—Orgn. of FDC & Duties of Per­ sonnel 1:01—World Government Foretold 1:31—Fuel System Supply Point 2:00—Song of the Soldier 2:29—AN MPQ-4 Radar 3:00—Environmental Quality Control Program 3:15—Map Reading Elevation & Relief Pt 3 4:00—Field Arty Shoot w* Prior Reconnaissance 4:30—Our Heritage 5:27—Run Sunward Kiekhaefer Mer­ cury (Boating) 6:20—The Mayflower Story 6:45—The Gentle Giants 7:27—Wall to Wall Decorating 7:40—Harvest of the Sea 8 0 5 a S S Thursday 29 November 8:30—Social Security 9:00—First Aid: Everyday Emergen­ cies 10:02—Hook Down Wheels Down: History of the Aircraft Carrier 11:00—The Perfect Drug 11:31—Venomous Animals of t...

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

Page Sixteen BUSINESS SERVICES Dresses Sewing 040 CUSTOM SEWING. Taylor Made Clothes for Men or Women. Call Cha Anytime. 526-5916. (tfn) Radio TV Service 044 Brand Potable 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 046 7 Air Con. Heating 050 GEORGES AIR CONDITIONING -HEATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Misc. Services 063 COINS STAMPS SUPPLIES AND METAL DETECTORS Open 0900 to 1830 Hours Killeen 526-5584 BY OWNER: 3 large bedrooms kit­ chen dinette living room spare room laundry room central heat »dnd air fenced corner lot close to .schools 5V*% loan $107 monthly .payment^total price$1.8970 'equity $8000 owner will finance •half of equity. 101 Prather Drive Killeen. Call 634-6895 for appoint- .ment. (11-23) GARVIN- I WAGNER REALTORS RENTAL MANAGEMENT For Professional *. Property Management 1 Shop With Us! CA...

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

^Wednesday November 21 1973 Jefferey in search of companionship for his Thanksgiving repast extended an in­ vitation to lovely Miss Vicky Peters to dine with him. Vicky who doubles as a Playboy bunny accepted much to Jeff's As part of their unit's ecology project "A" Co. 1163rd MI Bn. is working at S of COLUMBUS COUNCIL 4724 I St. Francis Dr. I Killeen THIRD DEGREE MEETING I 2nd 4th Thur*-8:00 PM S FOURTH DEGREE I MEETING 1st Thurs.-8:00 PM ALL KNIGHTS WELCOME S CLUB FACILITIES I I'tsSZHl' Hie further adventures of Hermie Oscy and Benjy. They've come along way since that summer of 42! Class of44 GART GRIMES• JERRT HOUSER OUVER C0NANT «DEBORAH WIMIERS U) BE THANKFUL FOR THIS THANKS­ GIVING "CLASS OF R3R 44 "AMERICAN delight. Jefferey snapped this pose as Vicky relaxed before the TV watching previews of the Thanksgiving football games. (Photo courtesy of Playboy Magazine) HWRY KBI£R ^.rsHFRMSN RAU0£R fw*w«D«Mi»fW.BOGAHr IMWDM tp HERB': *S TWO FANTASTIC MOVIES DETAILS THE GROWING UP AD...

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

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

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

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