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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 November 1973

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 November 1973

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

VOL. 32 NO. 39 HIIA Spec. 4? By TONY BIFFLE Once upon a time an E-2 was a Pfc. and an E-3 was a corporal. Then things got specialized and the Army got technical. Well what the Army really got was Technicians—the forerunners of Specialists. It was fine for awhile. Privates were learning the ropes corporals were junior NCOs teaching the ropes and technicians were off somewhere making the ropes. Then the enlisted grade structure of the army ex­ panded from seven to nine ranks. A Pfc. was an E-3 but still someone learning the ropes. A corporal became an E-4 and retained his NCO status although he was a junior junior-NCO. And technicians became specialists starting at the E-4 level but remained rope makers. The decline and fall of the corporal then occurred. As a story in the Nov. 28 issue of ARMY TIMES pointed out "There are only seven unclassified MOSs today—out of the hundreds of enlisted skillsHin which soldiers may become corporals when promoted to E-4. In only one skill 57G (duty f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

Page Two-A 9 8 By R. KWASNIEWSKI The one day tri-city clean-up proved to be a suc­ cess this past week. But will the "stay clean" at­ mosphere remain with us in the following days? It is one thing to eliminate the 'past' junk and another to create a new 'past' for the future of the tri-city area. The monumental task can only be termed a success if all of us cease contaminating our environment. All the tons of tin cans bottles old tires and rested auitos hauled away will have been for nothing. The areas were not cleaned to provide you with a re­ vitalized junk pile. The continuation of such habits of throwing trash anywhere means more tax money down the drain and more energy wasted to re-clean th0 area. It is precisely these habits that have endeared us to Mother Nature and brought home our dependence on foreign resources. The pollution of our water sources has killed many of our once pure streams rivers and lakes. The dumped fuel from boats human wastes sunken gar­ bage cans broken ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

"•iday November 30 1973 ?EAQE Anpm CD Max comes home to his happy owner By TOM WOLSFELD It may not have been as dramatic as "Lassie Come Home'" but the ending was just as happy for a dog named Max and his owner Peter Galpin. Max a Russian Wolfhound was lost while Galpin was stationed at Ft. Sam Houston in San Antonio. The dog was traced through his iden­ if a a to a veterinarian who treated him for pneumonia and at­ tempted to contact the owner. They vet was informed that Gajpin was on temporary diifv at Ft. Hood not to be dJ/?rred he contacted the ^®-Tex Humane Society in fQJieen who then took over case. A a a re fuety vspaper ad the Humane contacted Ft. Hood and found that Galpin was no longer stationed here and that they didn't know where he was now stationed. So like a bloodhound on a trail the Humane Society kept on sear­ ching. They contacted the post locator at Ft. Sam Houston and found that Galpin had a re to Bragg N.C. They called Galpin and told him that his dog had been r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

Page Four-A & v.- t'%" K" «. sv American headache No?73 a symphony for gas pains A dastardly rumor is being circulated about this Nation that we are currently suffering from a plague entitled (by some dude who is now drawing a fortune in royalties as a result of his cleverness with words) 'The Energy Crisis." Why the big crisis? This could prove to be the greatest boom for mankind yet recorded in the an­ nals of history. So there is no gas. All it means is that less cars will be able to "keep on truckin" at any given time. And with less cars there will be less highway fatalities less pollution and less noise. Fifty miles per hour isn't really bad. Just think of all the natural phenomena that is missed by speeding motorists every day. (We have just completed a thorough study of wildlife frequenting the roadsides of the U.S. and we haven't actually found a single one. A few carcasses here and there maybe but nothing living. No fools they.) And the new opportunities for young peopl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

Friday November 30 1973 $ SWING AWAY Pfc. Barney Herrera of "A" Co. 1st Bn. 12th Cav. takes a swipe at some of the high grass located behind Hy-Way Hardware in Copperas Cove during Monday's Helping Hand project. The Blue Lancers cleared away much of the grass and all other debris and brought it to the dumping sight for burial by the 8th Eng. Bn. (Photo by Bruce Bjerke) "i Jlrf Supplies Plaster Craft Decoupage Art Supplies Resin Supplies Mini Frames MARY CARTER PAINTS BANKAMERICARD W€&ome~£e/ie By JOHN GRABOWSKI Travelers along Highway 190 through Copperas Cove on Nov. 19 might have had good reason to believe a full-scale military invasion of the city was taking place. Soldiers in fatigue uniforms swarmed everywhere alone the route Military Police outnumbered civilian policemen and hun­ dreds of Army trucks and jeeps worked their way through the traffic. There was an invasion in fact but it was all part of Ft. Hood's "Operation Helping Hand" a well-organized joint Military-civili...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

Page Six-A RODEO RETOUCHER Sprucing up one of several buildings at the Killeen Rodeo Arena with a fresh coat of paint is Spec. 4 Warren K. Freeman of "B" Trp. 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. of the 2nd Ar- "YOU'VE GOT TO PITCH-IN" One of Killeen»s residents who helped the 2nd Armd. Div. clean his city Mr. Bill Sparks removes bushes which formed afire hazard. (Photo by Ivan Foster) Letters can be copied at Casey Library In spite of what the Good Book says about giving and receiving there's one thing that almost everyone thinks it's better to receive. That's a letter. Like egg-candling letter- writing has passed into the dim past. In days of yore letters were long leisurely works of art dwelling lovingly on family matters current news and bits of philosophy. In these rush-rush days let­ ters are usually reduced to basics "We're O.K.: Send money." The exception to this is Christmas time when it has become fashionable to com­ pose one long master letter detailing events of the past year for distribu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

Friday November 30 1973 •THE LEGEND OF BOGGY CREEK" Amidst the dense underbrush along Nolan Creek in Harker Heights man un­ dertakes the correction of nature. Both officers and enlisted from the 169th --fe. WORKING SIDE BY SIDE Just as these military and civilian trucks carried trash to the main dump site so the citizens and concerned organizations of Harker Heights worked side by side oF PRiViNs W\Ert£V£R. SITUATION allows Shop Guaranteed Full Size CHOOSE FROM A VARIETY OF POSES No age limit babies children adults Groups—$1.00 per additional subject Individual—Additional subjects $1.49 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY PLUS 50* s.Vi WM 5 Maint. Bn. worked with teeth clenched as they prepare for winching operations to remove dead trees blocking the water flow. (Official U.S. Army Photo by Ed­ win Olson) with the 13th Spt. Bde. to ensure the success of Operation Helping Hand. (Of­ ficial U.S. Army Photo by Charles Pot­ ter) For The FINEST IN MEN'S & BOY'S FASHIONS RUTLAND'S rtl\ TODAY &am...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

Page Eight-A ?H44J4*rTi O A I N E ALAXANDER A former second lieutenant in the Army Nurse Corps Mrs. Lorraine (Lorrie) M. A a a a military wife for 13 years. W it of iv children boys Mrs. Alexan­ der has been active in the Boy Scouts and has been a den mother. Her husband is Col. William N. Alexander director General Dentistry Residency Program Dental Co. MEDDAC. She has been very active with youth activities and was involved with Youth Environ­ ment Supporters (YES). She has also been the MEDDAC ecology representative and is presently a member of the Officers' Wives Club. A native of Joliet 111 Mrs. Alexander enjoys sewing needlecraft bowling bridge music and decoupage. She represents MEDDAC for Military Wife of the Year. SHIRLEY R. ROSE Girl Scout activities has kept Mrs. Shirley R. Rose l)usy during most of her 16 years as a military wife. children Mrs. Rose is the neighborhood chairman and day camp director for the Girl Scout Blue Bonnet Coun­ cil. She is also a member of the Off...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

Friday November 30 1973 November 15 was a day of high fashion real beauty and formality for 400 members of the 13th Spt. Bde.'s NCO Wives Club and their special guests of honor as they held an afternoon luncheon and fashion show. The affair took EVENING BEAUTY Here Mrs. Sandi Dixon models this lovely satin Peignoir night gown at the latest meeting of the 13th Spt. Bde.'s NCO Wives Club. The $••••••••*••*•••••••*••••******$ J.O.JONES PAINT & BODY SHOP Owner James Oscar Jonas 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE ppcc cAtti REPAIRED at SHOP 2404 E. Hwy. 190-Copperas Cove Texas Phone 547-3361 or 547-7446-Day or Night I A Complete Line OF LINGERIE 242 Cove Terrace Brigade show is big success place in the huge banquet room of the Main NCO Club and Open Mess. The gathering was designed to wives sponsored a luncheon fashion show held in the main banquet room at the NCO Club. (Photo courtesy of NCO Wives Club) 'An Honest Car( Honestly Pricedi and Honestly Sold' Sales Parts Service insurance Bank Fina...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

Page Ton-A 2ND BN. 50TH (MECH) INF. The wives of the 2nd Bn. 50th! (Mech) Inf. gathered in the" home of Mrs. J. L. Kopec on Nov. 8 for their monthly coffee. The social calendar for the upcoming holiday season was discussed during the business meeting. Lt. Col. J. S. V. Edgar the battalion commander was guest later at the coffee and presented to the ladies pins in the shape of Dolphins which is part of the battalion crest. Mrs. G. J. Pierce and Mrs. K. Marshment won the door prizes. The evening was con­ cluded with coffee and con­ versation. An Austin dinner playhouse wa the lovely setting for the 2nd Bn. 50th (Mech) Inf. party for the month of November. The battalion gathered in the home of Lt. Col. and Mrs. J.^S. V. Edgar the battalion commander where before dinner drinks and hors d'oeuvres were enjoyed. Then the. battalion traveled to DIVISION The officer's wives of the IstiCav. Div. will hold a Christmas Bazaar Dec. 4 at 11!30 a.m. at the Ft. Hood Officer's Open Mess. The ladies ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

Friday November 30 1973 Goblin Sky I a command post exercise (CPX) in­ volving Headquarters III Corps and subordinate units will be conducted December 4-6 1973 on the Ft. Hood reservation. Headquarters units from III Corps 2d Armd. Div. Cav. Div. subordinate units of the two divisions 13th Spt. Bde. 13th Avn. Bn. and 57th S.G. Bn. both III Corps units will participate in the three- day field exercise. The purpose of the exer- cise according to a spokesman in the III Corps G-3 section is to increase training and maintain readiness of the various staff sections. It will concentrate CARE FOR THE CAV. 1st Sgt. Richard Miller and Capt. Paul East of HHC 3rd Bde. 1st Cav. Div. presented Maj. Gen. Robert M. Shoemaker with $144.25 for the 1st Cav. Div. Horse Platoon. This money is of vital use toward feeding and care of the mounts. Capt. East and 1st Sgt/ Miller made the donation on behalf of all the men in HHC. Local leaders visit Hood Lieutenant General Allen M. Burdett Jr. Ill Corps and F...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

Page Twelve-A Ft. fhtvI Regular Programs: Monday Thru Friday National Anthem 7:59 a.m.-8:29 p.m. Weather FH News What's Happening 8:00 a.m.-Noon-5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. a 3 I in 8:28 Care and Concern 8:43 The Problems of Am­ phetamine Abuse 9:00 Meeh Training on .45 Cal Pistol Pt 1 38 The Supreme Command 1ft: 0 0 —CR Period 1 Pt 1 10:46 Whooping Crane 11100 Patrolling: The Conduct of a Patrol ll.:30 West Point the Army Challenge 12:28 Care and Concern 12 43 Helicopter vs. Armor in Mid- Intensity Environment 1(00 Comrade Soldier 1 41 Direct Fire Sights 2?00 Ballooning Over LBJ Country 2f26 Introduction to Wheeled & Tracked Vehicles 3:00 Living with Today's Water 3:26 Equipment Serviceability Criteria 4:00 Army Equip Record System Pi ocedures 4:31 The Farm 5:28 Care and Concern 5:43 The Green Scene No. 6 Snow tire care told If you are putting snow tires on a car equipped with radial tires you should get radial snow tires the Tire In­ dustry Safety Council remin­ ded motorists toda...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

Friday November 30 1973 By BOB ALLEN The current energy crisis has been met with mixed reactions ranging from ex­ treme apprehension to total skepticism but the fact remains that the majority of the United States' population tfis trying to do something to conserve the dwindling Cpt. Randy D. Kautto Ad­ jutant General's Corp received the Meritorious Ser­ vice Medal Dec. 8 1973 for exceptional performance as Air Traffic Control Platoon Leader Operations officer and Executive officer of "E" Co. Also for his service as Ad­ jutant of the 227th Aviation Bn. and Chief of Personnel Actions Branch Personnel Service Div. Adjutant General Section in 1st Cav. Div. from 6 May 1971 to 15 Nov. 1973. SAI/E FUEL. SLOW UP ToPAY- TBtfoRROtV! I energy sources. Now the Atomic Energy Commission has developed a handbook that offers the in­ dividual American an oppor­ tunity to put to work the hints given to save energy as well as money. The steps offered by the Commission in the "Energy" DMNDLlfw Ft. Hood...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

Friday November 30 1973 llfflls NoT Toe Set SPORTS The floor is open By JEERY REED The floor is open for nominations anyone interested in putting in their two cents worth go right ahead. It's again time to vote for the recepient of the Heisman Trophy. Who will it be? Who will be honored as the best player in the college ranks this year? Will it be a player from the east the west the mid-west the south or the northern part of the country? We will all know pretty soon. I happen to know that it is going to be a halfback. Yep I heard it through the grapevine. Got you won­ dering huh! I'll eat my typewriter if I'm wrong and give a public apology to the winner of the award if it is not the one that I will relay to you. It may just be personal opinion but I am joined by a few other sports scribes in my choice. I truly believe that our pick will prove to be the right one. The right one being the one that will agree with the members of the Downtown Athletic Club Of New York the group that gi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

Page Two-B 111 GOOD OUTSIDE SHOT—Tanker Melvin Betts was one of the reasons that the Ft. Hood team won the game last Tuesday night against Southwest Texas State's Junior Varsity. It was Bett's consistant out­ side shooting that put points on the boards when needed. Betts along with Tanker guard Harold Vines was the main offensive punch for Ft. Hood in their 75-74 win. (Photo by John J. DeVarennes) It was another exciting weekend of Football as the D.Y.A. Tackle Football Season drew to a close. The Conference Championships were settled and the Division Titles will be determined on Sat. Dec. 1 '73. Final Stan­ dings for the 1973 D.Y.A. Football Season are as follows: •IIMOK DIVISION NATIONAL CONKEKKNCK TEAM Giants Vikings Chiefs. Lions Titles on line for D.Y.A. 10 0 1.000 OFF WHEN NOT NEEP£P AMEKK.AN CONKKK KNCK TEAM W Hot. Patriots 7 2 1 .714 Steelers 6 3 1 .619 Eagles 2 7 1 .238 Colts 2 7 1 .238 INTERMEDIATE DIVISION NATION AL CON FERENCE TEAM W IV!. Rams 6 2 .750 Bears 3 5 .375 Kai...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

Friday November 30 1973 Deer get counted A BRILLIANT BEAR Charlie Dancer (84) Baylor's All-SWC receiver hauls in a pass from Bruin quarterback Neal Jeffrey a second-team All- SWC selection during last Saturday's game with the As the Ft. Hood hunters take an enforced break in the hunting season .the tally of their harvest is being taken. Through the first nine days of the season the area hun­ ters brought in 524 bucks and 371 antlerless deer. There were also 23 turkeys Thanksgiving dinner. The largest of the bucks weighed 119% pounds while another one was brought in with a 24 y2 inch antler span. TTiere were about 450 hunters using the Ft. Hood deer stands each day. The limit will be two deer 1 throughout the regular season. Weapons include rifles other than .22 caliber rimfire shotgun 20 guage or larger using slug load and legal longbow and arrow. The season reopens at sunrise on Dec. 1 and will continue intermittently through January. Negotiations are underway between the Parks and...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 30 November 1973

Page Four-B Tracksters needed The Army is looking for women track and field athletes to represent the ser­ vice in upcoming national and international champion­ ships. A message sent to the field announces the establishment of a trial camp at Ft. Meade Md. beginning Dec. 15 and continuing for 60 to 90 days. Coach of the Army con­ tingent will be Brooks John­ son coach of the U.S. women in the 1972 Olympic Games. Stateside and overseas athletes who can meet the standards of the following 11 events are eligible to apply. Eligibility standards for the 11 events are as follows: 50 yard dash 7 seconds 100 yard dash 11.8 100 meter hurdles 16 seconds 220 yard dash 27 seconds 440 yard 65 seconds 880 yards 2 min. 30 sec. High Jump 4 feet-10 in­ ches Shot Put (8 pounds) 35 feet discus 90 feet and baseball throw 230 feet. For additional information con­ tact Maj. Gorlicki Post Recreation Services 5-2305 no later than Dec. 73. Diving at hand By GIRIGORI LOY Now that Thanksgiving is over it is t...

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