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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Friday July 27 1973 &X\( Concern By RICHARD STAu* In recent weeks several articles concerning the Automated Military Outpatient System (AMOS) have appeared in the Sentinal. AMOS has completely replaced the outpatient clinic. Therefore when you arrive at the hospital your first stop should be Central Outpatient Medical Records. Please be sure you have your ID card or the ID card of the patient to be seen. This will ex­ pedite the acquisition of your health records. From Central Records you will be directed to the AMOS screening area which is located in the east lobby of the hospital. At this point the receptionist receives your records. After a short waiting period your name will be called to be interviewed by a screener who is a medical corpsman. These screeners are highly trained and work under the direct supervision of a phsyician. The screeners have limitations and realize them. They are guided by a triage handbook which lists questions to be asked of the patient and from the...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Page Six-A SCRUB DOWN Pvt. Robert C. Phillips does the hosing while Pvt. Charlie H. Carter scrubs down one of the horses as the 1st Cav. Div.'s Horse Cavalry Platoon prepared for an up­ coming performance. The platoon traveled an estimated 30000 miles last year putting on riding demonstrations As a veteran is it possible for me to get a physical examination at a VA hospital? A Under regulations VA hospitals are not permitted to conduct such examinations for that purpose only. If you a it requirements you could receive a physical to deter- in hospitalization or treatment. Q. Choose Your Favorite Body Style Color and Options! 8th & Ave. Killeen 526-3026 ONE BLOCK NORTH OF HIGHWAY 190 w- and marching in parades. This year's schedule would have had the platoon traveling more than 50000 miles. The disaster which claimed the lives of 23 animals has virtually dashed hopes for a Madison Square Garden appearance this fall. (Photo by Tom Wylie) nrr- WE WANT TO MAKE By JOHN GRABOWSKI The s...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Friday July 27 1973 KNCT-FM the public radio voice of Central Texas College is scheduled to return to on-air operation at 6 a.m. August 1. The station which serves the central Texas area has been off the air since mid-April when lightning struck the station's tower and caused con­ siderable equipment damage. Dr. Luis M. Morton Jr. President of Central Texas College indicates that KNCT- FM will return to the air with a new expanded borad- cast format. The station will now broadcast from 6 a.m. to midnight seven days a week 52 weeks a year with a program schedule composed of easy listening good music some classical works jazz and news and public affairs programming from National M4RPS Maj. James E. Bickford of Logistics was presented a Meritorious Service Medal July 20. Cpt. Jeffry M. Quick of Management and Budget was awarded an Army Com­ mendation Medal July 20. A Letter of Appreciation was presented to Sfc. Roosevelt Chandler of Ground Combat Directorate July 18. Major Peter D. Bur...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Page Eight-A ju IWL* LAKE-FRONT PROPERTY? Located near one of the area lakes this dwelling is a prime example of the housing situation around the Ft. Hood area. By ROBERT ALLEN Restrictive sanctions were imposed against the rental properties of a Killeen man last week after he was found a discriminatory rental prac­ tices toward Ft. Hood person­ nel. General Seneff in a letter informed A. J. Wells of Killeen that "restrictive sanc­ tions. .are imposed against properties owned and operated by you at the following addresses in Killeen Texas: ..." The properties all in Killeen were listed as being Wells Mobile Home Park 3002 Shady Dr. 509 Avenue 611 Avenue 206 A Stringer Street and 206 Stringer Street. General Seneff advised the property owner that the restriction would be in effect for a period of six months during which time no military personnel would be authorized to rent or lease any of the properties owned by the Wells. Restrictions may be lifted fJT" -3** •'-U' '".Nr!#? ..i.W^J^...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Friday July 27 1973 Vs * i* S£- /.I- &V\.' V*\ y^*". "5 By JOHN SAVARD Military families coming into the Ft. Hood-Killeen area have faced the problem of limited housing since the giant Army post was first established next to the (then) sleepy town in 1942. Even as the Army builds 2180 new housing units and civilian firms construct off-post structures the prospects of a year's wait for government quarters and a temporary stay in the area causes many soldiers to seek rental facilities. But the high rent large deposits and stiff leases soon discourage the average G.I. When this happens the military family often looks at the mobile home for a solution. A chance to own the unit out right then moving it back home or to the next duty station looks good. Attractive interiors and spacious designs create a homey atmosphere where the family can enjoy them­ selves help make the decision. In addition the ease in securing VA loans and low down payments required by local dealers further helps ...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Page Ten-A Horse Bde. host NG Elements of the 49th Armor Bde. of the Texas National Guard visited Ft. Hood for their annual summer training July 10. Working in conjunction with the 1st Cav. Div's 1st Bde. the units embarked upon the Army field training test. The Cav's Iron Horse Brigade playing a major role in the exercise acted as the control headquarters during the training by issuing orders to attack and withdraw. Col. Lawrence S. Wright brigade commander and Maj. Michael V. Barnes brigade S-3 were in charge of the control headquarters operation. The mission of the field training exercise was to defend the area from Georgetown to West Range Road. Three National Guard units were tasked with the responsibility of defending this ground. The 2nd Bn. 120th Mech. Inf. Bn. from Hickory N.C. covered the western sector. The 1st Bn 138th Inf. Bn. from St. Louis Mo. defended the eastern sector and the 3rd Bn. 112th Armor Bn. from Brownwood Texas covered the middle ground. The aggressor forc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Friday July 27 1973 AQUA PAC Features new Lexan material stainless steel & simple wing-nut adjustment for ease of tank placement. Band adjusts for both standard 6.9 & 7.25 inch diameter cylinders. PROFESSIONAL with "K" valve/no reserve $150.00 with "J" reserve valve $165.00 NAVY MK I 71.2 Cu. Ft. Tank With Valve *103 GIBSON'S has the Best for LESS 3206 E. Hwy. 190 OPEN Monday Thru Saturday 9 9 A.M. TO P.M. CLOSED SUNDAY With Valve $100 3000 PSI 50 With Valve $H055 85 With Valve *93 80 A. 0731 Yellow with "K" valve/no reserve $134.95 0730 Yellow with "J" reserve valve $149.95 KILLEEN FORT HOOD SENTINEL GIBSON'S has the Best for LESS ANOTHER U.S. DIVERS EXCLUSIVE THE FIRST SMALL ALUMINUM DIVING CYLINDER INTRODUCING THE NAVY MARK II 50 Cu. Ft. at 3000 P.S.I. 6.9 Dia. It's what you have been waiting tor. The little professional with the big advantage. More compact 21.8 inches in length lighter weight 24 lbs. when empty that's 5Vfc- lbs. less than steel 3.6 lbs. negative when ful...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Page Twelve-A The legend of Boggy Creek has nothing on Ft. Hood's Lake Arrowhead. Lake Arrowhead is a large pond located to the south of the Belton Lake Special Services Resort. The lake serves the Ft. Hood Boy Scout camp also known as Arrowhead. The lake got its name from its shape. Where it got its weeds and Unknown to many Ft. Hood personnel the 17th Engineers have been training two com­ panies of Puerto Rican National Guardsmen in the engineering field for the past two weeks. Lieutenant Colonel Charles Tracy commander of the 17th Eng. welcomed the of­ ficers and men of the 892nd Eng. Co. 92nd Inf. Bde. and "B" Co. 130th Eng. Bn. 292nd Support Group on July 7 as they arrived at West Ft. Hood. The legal origin of the U.S. Army Chaplaincy is to be found in a Resolution of the Continental Congress adopted July 29 1775. As a result of this action the Revolution which began with a disorganized system of volunteer preachers closed with an organized system of brigade chaplains. Since th...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Friday July 27 1973 Recreational services 0 "Hey Mama dontcha treat me wrong come and love your Daddy all night long hey hey alright what'd I say now tell me what'd I say. ..... Few Rhythm and Blues fans need anyone to inform them of the person who sings these lyrics. He's none other than the great Ray Charles one of the pioneers of American Rhythm and Blues. Charles is not only a driving Rock 'n' Roll and Blues man but is also an ac- W complished Jazz artist who excels on many instruments. He can play a sensitive piano on "Willow Weep For Me" or an exciting organ on a song like "One Mint Julep" and is a standout both in a big band or a small combo. He is equally at home playing Blues Rock 'n' Roll Spiritual or even Country and Western and is outstan­ ding playing singing or writing music. No wonder he has been nicknamed "The Genius." We here at Ft. Hood will have the opportunity to see Ray Charles his orchestra and the Raylettes perform live at Prichard Stadium on Aug. 8 at 8 p.m. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Page Fourteen-A Harris and his unit the 3rd Bn. 75th Arty. from the Springfirld Mo. area receive technical and logistical sup­ port from the 1st Bn. 6th Field Arty of the First Team. These part-time soldiers have a wide range of civilian livelihoods at times sur­ prisingly unrelated to their military occupations. For example there is a switchboard operator who is a cheesemaker. A battery commander is an insurance agent in civilian life while his 1st Sgt. is a soil analyst for the Department of Agriculture. A company clerk is a divinity student and another is a hog farmer. THE FIRST CAVALRY EMBLEM 12" 12" finished canvas is suitable for pillow or framing. Complete Cavalry kit: Make check Name- Address. It iiitf'^' RESTOCKING SHELVES Civilian workers at the main commissary refill meat counters as military families brace for price rise. Commissary has sold as much as nine times its daily amount of meat this week. (Photo by John Savard) Reservists have varied livelihoods Sergeant Rufus ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Friday July 27 1973 SPIKES HIGH Ranger Rick Jones slides into second base spikes high in an attempt to upend 2nd Bde. second baseman Mike Price's pivot throw. Jones was out that time but blasted a fifth inning inside-the-park home run A fifth inning inside-the- park home run by third baseman Rick Jones provided the margin of victory as "A" Co. 75th Rangers downed ^Hq. Co. 2nd Bde. 11-7 to win the 1st Cav. Div. slow-pitch softball championship. The game which was threatened by late afternoon showers was played July 23 before a boisterously partial airborne crowd at Massingale Field. The Rangers provided the thunder and lightning. The Rangers started their offensive attack in the second inning when they scored four runs on five consecutive hits. Tom Wilson lined a single to center and scored when Bobby Hundler's single to right was misplayed by 2nd ^Bde. right fielder Kermit White. Rick Jones followed with a double to left driving in Hundler and John Keanelly drove in Jones with a dou...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Page Two-B r's SPORTS Why are they staying in? By JERRY REED There is an unlimited number of answers to the question Why Am I Staying In. How about three counts of manslaughter four paternity suits seven armed robberies or five DWIs. Like the Army professional football players have their reasons for staying on the gridiron for at least another season. The best example of this subject is the members of the Dallas Cowboys. The Pokes have certainly had their problems keeping personnel this last month and have suffered in some of the hardships of losing some key formers from the line up. Dallas will miss oldtimers like center Dave Man- ders wide receiver Lance A1 worth and linebacker Chuck Howley when the season starts. Howley and Alworth just plain quit and Manders was not very happy with his contract so he hung up his cleats. The World Champions of '71 were almost without the services of two other top players Craig Morton and Bob Lilly but they finally made them offers that both sides...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Friday July 27 1973 The Parks and Wildlife Commission has approved a program to commission deputy game wardens to en­ force game and fish laws without pay as authorized by the 63rd Texas Legislature. Such deputy game wardens will have only the authority necessary for them to enforce game and fish laws. They Awill be qualified as reserve officers under the Com­ mission on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Education but will not have full peace officer authority. Under the direction of Parks and Wildlife Depart­ ment law enforcement of­ ficial Dexter Harris of Austin the program is slated to begin in some 45 days. ''We hope to start processing applications for deputy game wardens after Sept. 1" said Harris. "The ^candidates will receive 80 hours of reserve officer training from the departmen­ t's In-service training staff in Austin within one year after commissioning." Under the stipulations of the policy recently approved by the Parks and Wildlife Commission deputy wardens will ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Page Four-B fcV *. A jj *r£&* i-Ss (J:£ •'. «?$• vs«* mi V*^" •fotf. ':•'.# i.— jp". r£r* r« ."i I' %-riL. ~tr v £j"|t •***.* c*. A+r 3QS it^V*f^5 FORT HOOD SENTINEL v^sS *r 5 Photos by Ernest Hopkins .<p></p>IP iw** Motorcross. tough sport By MICHAEL R. BURTON Dust dust and more dust was the omen of the AMA sanctioned Motorcross that was held last Sun­ day at the Ft. Hood Cowhouse Motorcross Track. Motorcross at best streaches a man's powers of en­ durance and concentration to the limits and beyond. This sport envolves very high performance motor­ cycles at maximum speeds over every type of terrain and hazzard. The dust was so overwhelming that the only way to master this course was to stay out in front of the pack. "Judgement and control count as much as throttle and knowing when to raise the front Wheel for an advantage in speed or directional control." If the front wheel is on the ground over a cobby section of terrian or coming off a jump the jolt is tran­ sferr...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Friday July 27 1973 IN l»C ifajWI Lt. Gen. Patrick F. Cassidy Fifth U.S. army commander has been nominated by the President to be placed on the retired list in his present grade ef­ fective Oct. 1. Simultaneously Secretary Schlesinger announced that he has named Lt. Gen. George P. Seneff Jr. Ft. Hood Tex. as Gen. Cassidy's successor. Gen. Seneff is presently serving as com­ The all-new Mutual Support concept involving active ar­ my-reserve army joint training got well under way here last week with the arrival of the 694th Main­ tenance Bn. The unit headquartered in San Antonio Texas is made up of Hq. and Hq. Det. the 757th Light Equipment Maint. Co. the 850th Collection and Classification Co. and the 3669th Heavy Equipment Maint. Co.. The 757th is also from San Antonio however the 850th is here from Laredo Texas and LIGHTEN THE LOAD PFC Tommy as authorized by a recent supplement of Seelke and SGT Charles Gray 502nd MP an Army regulation. The two are mem- Co. 2nd Armd. Div. are remov...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

By JIM SAILORS An old guiding light has recently began a symbolic renaissance in the search for more cultural stimulation at Ft. Hood. This stalwart spectre of sensational spectaculars is the Ft. Hood Community Theater. The FHCT should not be confused with its sinematic sisters for the FHCT's primary function is the production of stage plays and other activities dealing with live theater. The FHCT was formerly titled the Ft. Hood Little Theater. It was renamed the Ft. Hood Community Theater and given a permanent theater Bldg. 515 6on 24th Street next to the Com­ missary Annex). This grand old place houses all of the FHCT's make-up costumes lights set materials and other necessities. On quiet nights many nostalgic moments distant cheers and resoun­ ding applause may be heard drifting softly through the hollowness of the deserted auditorium. The FHCT has a little organization named the Ft. Hood Community Theater Guild lovingly known as the "Theater Guild" (for obvious reasons). The Th...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Committee on ecology By JOHN SAVARD The master plan covering projected construction needs on Ft. Hood through the mid- 1980's was presented to mem- ^ers of the Ft. Hood Commit­ tee on Ecology during their summer meeting at the post Officers' Club this past Mon­ day. Speaking to the group was Ray Moore chief planning enginner for the post. During the talk Moore ex­ plained that the master plan Cull Cut. Includes Eye USDA Choice Grade Heavy Beef Town House. No Beans —15-oz. Can Powdered Sugar Angel Food Mix Tomato luice Spaghetti Polident was first started in the early 1950's when Ft. Hood was declared a permanent post. He stated that until that time Ft. Hood had been con­ sidered a temporary post. According to Moore the in­ stallation once had a troop population of 130000 spread out between the North and South camps and in bivouac areas around the reservation. He added that Killeen had a population of 1176 at the time. All Meat Wieners Safeway. Great for Picnics 12-oz. flump and Tend...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Page Eighl-B Diary of the Ft. Hood Television News I arrive at work at 7:15 to MONDAY Time Schedule 7:59 National Anthem 8:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 8:27 Telephone Set TA-312-PT 8:54 Operation of Intercom­ munications Set AN-VIC 1 9:00 Tactics and Employment of German and Russian Artillery 9:38 Let's Learn to Teletype Teletypewriter Maintenance 10:00 Medical Self Help: Radioactive Fallout and Shelter 10:42 Principles of Reconnaissance 11:00 River Crossing Operations 11:32 The CH-47 Chinook Emergency Procedures 12:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 12:27 Savings for the Future 12:40 ADA Weapons System Vulcan Towed Pt 2 1:00 General Disassembly and Assembly of the M16E1 Rifle 1:46 X-Mode Installation 2:00 Boresighting and Zeroing the M60A1 Tank 2:27 Fundamentals of Map Reading Intersection 2:33 Effective Army Writing Pt 2 3:00 Mechanical Training on the .45 Cal Pistol Pt 1 3:38 Vehicle Recovery: Similar Vehicles 4:00 Testing Switchboard SB-22A-PT Line and Trunk 4:31 The Arm...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Friday July 27 1973 QUACK TRACK a duck has joined the modern army and he rides with Sgt. Jerald Cavallier. Adorned in his red A big yellow rubber ducky is a familiar sight to the men of 1st Bn. 3rd Filed Arty. 2nd Armd. Div. In fact it's sort of become the mascot for the 1/3 FA Bn. Maint. The duck is the proud possession and "constant companion" of Sgt. Jerald Cavallier one of the frien­ dliest and best liked guys in the 1/3 FA motor pool. The duck rides on (Javallier's M578 VTR (Vehicle Track Recovery) known as the "Screaming Scavenger". Cavallier. a recovery vehicle repairman in 1/3 FA Svc. Btry. found the VTR in deadlined condition just before Gallant Hand. By the time a new engine arrived it appeared too late to be able to get it ready for the exer­ cise. But the 27 yr. old Cavallier COHSBKJE ENERGY i) NOT NEEDED Keep Cool Wltll jj^r Summer Time Specials from L&L LIQUORS Discounts on All Liquors Wines & Beers Extra Special Prices on: Boones Farm QO Wine sth Texas Pride &...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 27 July 1973

Page Ten-B That's the way Staff Sergeant Jack Boles sums up the kind of job satisfaction he has. "I had a lot of options before I came in the Army. But I don't think I could have gotten as involved with my work and with people as I am now. "You see talking is my thing. And in the Army I get to do plenty of it. As a re- enlistment NCO a member of the post's Race Relations Advisory Board and as a high school speaker. "I think that a man has to feel that he's making a contribution and today's Army gives you that opportunity. That's why I I'm staying in!' f|jf Why are you staying in? •MMW FORT HOOD SENTINEL "Jack Boles belongs liiiillii W mwm Friday July 27 1973

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