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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

Friday December 14 1973 W//ATS The Texas Highway Com- is to a a maximum 55 m.p.h. speed limit for all highway routes in Texas both rural and ur­ ban. The reduced speed limit will apply to all classes of traffic buses trucks and passenger cars. The action was taken after careful study by the Commission and High­ way Department personnel. Earlier House Speaker Price Daniel Jr. requested an attorney general's ruling on the speed limit reduction. Commission Member Charles E. Simons said that the Com­ mission's action will define the limits of the problem so that the Attorney General The Texas Highway Depar­ tment recently announced a program designed to further conserve energy during the present crisis. The proposals were submitted to Governor Dolph Briscoe as part of the governor's energy conser­ vation program. The statewide Highway Department program will commence immediately and continue throughout the ^duration of the energy shor­ tage. Travel of maintenance per­ sonnel to and from...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

Please help the Santa Pals Christmas 'tis the season to be jolly. Right on. For most of use grown ups it doesn't take a great deal to make us thankful and satisfied. The Christmas tree the open fire and the big turnkey dinner. These are the true meaning of Christmas to all adults. To the little people Christmas is a different story. To them it's a case of little tin horns little toy drums and little electric trains. All of us who are in actuality Santa to those little ones should do our part to see that Santa Claus comes to visit every youngster in our bailwick the great Ft. Hood area. One way we can do our part is by collecting and donating those toys that have been cast aside and are resting in the true center for all retired toys the family storeroom. The personnel at the Ft. Hood Confinement Facility are busy at the present time repairing old toys as part of the Santa Pal program which provides toys to the underprivileged. All of the toys that are collected and repaired at Ft. H...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

^Friday December 14 1973 Continued from Page 1A tious Comanche Chief known all over Texas in the 1840's and later was called Texas' first millionaire because he had so many horses. One authority stated that Comanches stole more than 10000 horses and mules in the States of Chihuahua and Durango Mexico in the year 1846 alone. These were bartered to whites over a wide area. So vital was the horse to the white economy that Indian horse thieves were denounced by treaties and hunted down for punishment Indeed punishment of white horse thieves when caught was severe sometimes by a "necktie party." An old-time cowman once met a mounted Indian who was followed by a woman bearing a small child and also a heavy pack on her back. The gallant white horseman angrily demanded "Why do you make that woman walk and carry that big load while you ride?" Showing some degree of astonishment the ex-warrior answered "Him no got pony". This illustrates the plight of the horse Indians when they were forced t...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

Page Six-A SANTA'S HELPERS The personnel at the Ft. Hood Confinement Facility are busy repairing 'damaged toys as part of the "Santa'Pal" program which provides toys to underprivileged children for Christmas. All toys collected and repaired in the facility's vocation and rehabilitation shop will be tur- Ined over to the Killeen Fire Department by Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. Ill Corps and Ft. Hood com­ '1-At their November 29 1 meeting at Ft. Hood mem­ bers of the Executive Council of the Central Texas Council of Governments authorized .the CTCOG staff to conduct a "study of the needs and availability of energy sources of our region in view of the current energy crises. Executive Director Chkrles Cass stated that "the energy .crisis should be met with strong conservation measures but not from a lack of growth or develop­ ment of our Central Texas .region." -. The group voted a proposal '.to support and protect mem- 1 -tier units of government with •.new industries including "agricu...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

Friday December 14 1973^ The festivities of the fast approaching Christmas holiday season will bring elaborate decorations and their twin brother— fire hazards. The two go hand-in- hand. Decorations are much in evidence at most private and public social gatherings during the holiday season. Most of these decorations are highly combustible and poten­ SHOoTW3 one TRiPRFP AMP AAFES is studying The Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) is studying ways to boost merchandise availability worldwide through use of a sophisticated data capturing method which is triggered by. the ring of a cash register. a W Hospelhorn AAFES comman­ der said he had directed a thorough study of all aspects surrounding "point of sale" data-capturing a method now being tested and implemented by major retailers throughout America. "Point of sale data-cap­ turing uses computerized cash registers to record vital information about merchan­ dise at the very time the salesclerk rings up the sale" Gen. Hospelhorn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

Page Eighl-A On the twenty-fourth day before Christmas Santa paid a visit to the or­ phan children of the Meriloc Social Cen­ ter in Irving Texas a suburb of Dallas. The twenty-fourth day was Saturday December 1st and Santa was actually Spec. 5 Randy J. Taul of Hq. and Hq. Co. 13th Spt. Bde. leading a group of Ft. Hood dependent children in giving a Christmas party for the orphanage. Taul teaches 9th grade Catholic Christian Doctrine at the Ft. Hood Religous iMATs ffJWRONMEMTAL EMPHASIS Give lasting beauty this Christmas sums Sat. & Weekdays 8-6 Monday and Thursday 8*9 Education Center and sponsoring the Christmas party was just one of many projects Specialist Taul is currently in­ volved in. More than one hundred children un­ der the careful guidance of Sister Viola of the Meriloc Social Center attended the party. They warmly received 'Santa' sweltering in his pillow-laden red suit and sat on his lap to make known their wishes and receive their bags of candy. (Photos by Dick Pr...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

I h-r Friday December 14 1973 Here it is Dec. 14 and there's still a full week left before winter officially sets in and already the oil crisis is having a decided effect upon countless families and businesses in the United States and Europe. "Oil" quickly translates into gasoline and electrical energy. On post some reductions have already been effec­ ted in the operation of helicopters and ground vehicles in the reduction of electrical usage even to turned-off water fountains and in the reduced operating hours for post gas stations. People on post are moving to meet the crisis but there are numerous other avenues which might yet be explored if we are indeed serious about doing our bit for energy and resources conservation. If we really wanted to reduce POV traffic on post for example we might consider the attraction of ex­ panded military buses. We could take steps to make bike riding more attractive too by providing safe places to ride and secure places to park in common use areas...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

Page Ten-A By TODD GILMAN The attack of a jet airplane or a helicopter gunship can be rapid and deadly unless soldiers on the ground can spot the danger and react quickly. To help soldiers on future battlefields MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation & Review) is now examining radar that can be used by front-line troops. Called the FAAR (Forward MASSTER TESTS FAAR—MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) during the month of December is testing the For­ ward Area Alerting Radar (FAAR). The system is currently designed to assist air defense units in locating and engaging moving aircraft. A radar operator is maintaining vigil over the principle FAAR viewing screen. The for­ ty-nine square grid of the Target Alert POST CHAPEL (5-6121) Catholic Sun 1000 Protestant Sun 11001900 Protestant Choir Wed 1900 DARNALL ARMY HOSPITAL CHAPEL (5-2216) Protestant Sun 1000 Sun 0900 Catholic Catholic Mon Thru Fri 1130 BRIGADE AVE EAST CHAPEL (5-5838) Catholic...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

Friday December 14 1973 JEFFERY found himself sharing a 'position on the ladder of success with lovely Ms. Ann Miller after snapping a photo of the lovely lass in her evening best. The curvaceous miss later pooled our lecherous lensman when his com­ petitiveness got the best of him and resulted in an altercation between him- Here's the problem. Christmas is on the way money is tight and prices have gone out of sight. Here's the solution Make your Christmas gifts at the Fort Hood Recreation Services Art & Crafts Shop. The possibilities are virtually without limits. The cost is minimal and the results will I be more meangingful because you can truly say "this gift W. Hwy. 190 Killeen Phone 634-4812 BRIDGES INSURANCE Make your own Christmas gifts was handmade especially for you." Jewelry is usually con­ sidered the most endearing gift of all. Rings broaches cuff-links can be fashioned at the ARts & Crafts Center and topped off from a stone polished in the Lapidary Shop. Paint a...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

Page Twelve-A 34 SHOP DAILY 10:00 t.M. TO 9:30 P.M. Here's the ideal set up for your stereo center 77 Reg. $49.97 Entertainment center has a place for everything! Pull-out shelf for turntable. Space for records speakers more. In a waInut color permaneer finish. 6-Shelf Hutch Ideal for any room in your home. The smart wood-look shelves and wrought iron posts go with any decor. And just look at that incredible price. Save now! Sale! Req. 29.99 HAMILTON BEACH UTILITY KNIFE Mouei No. 275 All-around Electric Knife knows no limits when it comes to versatile carving. Design features "hole in the handle" for perfect carving balance. Recessed switch provides an extra measure of contour comfort. Handy 8-foot attached cord. In contempor­ ary styling for contemporary decor.. Automatic percolator makes delicious coffee Elegant contemporary styling with mild to hear­ ty flavor selector. Smooth pouring spout. Colormode finish "in poppy avocado. sLi Presto'sControlMastermain- *T* tains uniform heat...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

^Friday December 14 1973 SPORTS I A Very Sporting Gift By JERRY REED To fully appreciate Christmas shopping one must go to one of the many stores on post to see how ex­ tremely difficult it is to buy someone a gift. Those places are unbelievably crowded it sometimes looks like family Tuesday at Kentucky Fried Chicken. For your information it's certainly hard to finally select the ultimate item that will meet the fancy of the individual who is to receive the gesture. Can you imagine how difficult a job the people in sports have when trying to come up with an ap­ propriate present. There's an old Chinese proverb "Many men can bite but few men chew". With this in mind members of the Winnipeg Jets of the WHA should'nt have much trouble deciding the perfect gift for super-star Bobby Hull a fellow who makes more trips to the dentist than Mark Spitz. Hull a member of the Poli- Grip set would certainly enjoy a nice set of dentures. Without a doubt the answer to Houston Oiler's owner Bud Ada...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

Page Two-B By MIKE FINNEN The 15th AG Co. "Blue Buccaneers" avenged last years defeat by post cham­ pion "A" Co. 75th Rangers beating the Rangers 14-10 to win the 1st Cav. Div. flag football championship at Massingale Field Dec. 6. Billed as a possible "Cin- deralla" team prior to the double elimination tour­ nament the Buccaneers found the perfect fit to the glass slipper in the quarter- backing of Joe Walker and the running and pass cat­ ching heroics of Mike Coat- ney Wayne McKeaver and George Gibson. •J#*' GOT YOU SURROUNDED Ranger John Holland finds a few obstacles to overcome on his way around left end during second half action of the 1st Cav. Public officials will recom­ mend the statewide closing of the bear season at next spring's statewide hearings on game and fish regulations. The decision to make such a recommendation came at the recent meeting of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission following a status report on the black bear in Texas prepared by the Texas Parks and ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

Friday December 14 1973 HARD TO SOLVE Houston running back Lewis Jolley (40) kneels behind Oiler head coach Sid Gill- man during recent game in the Astrodome trying to solve some of the problems that the team has By JERRY MORGAN When you hear someone talk about motorcycles around Ft. Hood it is usually about Motocross. Not so this past Sunday at the Ft. Hood Dragway. Drag bikes from all over Texas came out to show their skills in Drag Racing. Wild looking stripped down machines that the rider lays down on instead of sitting up on. With no roll bars or other safety devices except leathers and a lot of nerve these drivers and machines hit speeds of over 100 MPH. Bob Holder of On Sunday December 16 there will be more exciting motocross races held at Ft. Hood's Cowhouse Creek Motocross Park. The Fort Hood Dirt Riders sponsors of the upcoming event held a very successful race on November 18 drawing riders from Houston Dallas and Austin as well as the Central Texas area. Top riders such a...

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

Page Four-B 1ST BN. 14TH FA Officers and ladies of the 1st Bn. 14th FA met recently for the November Hail and Farewell Party at Lake Belton. Btry. "A" was the host battery. Special guests welcomed by Lt. Col. Carlton Nock bat­ talion commander included Col. and Mrs. Albert B. Akers the DivArty comman­ der and Lt. Col. and Mrs. A. J. Short the division ACofS Gr4. Farewells were said to Lt. John Watson who will be leaving the battalion shortly. The Out-To-Lunch Award was presented to the battalion executive officer Maj. Michael Proctor. 2ND BN. 67TH.ARM. Officers and wives of the 2nd Bn. 67th met recently for cocktails and dinner at the Ft. Hood Officers' Club. Cpt. George Wilson set a record for the battalion when he was welcomed as a "Last weekend the 1st Cav. Div. gym featured a spec­ tacle that may be considered one of the year's best beauty contests. This was a unique contest since the entrants competed in five different events depending on their ear size jaw structure quality of...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

Friday December 14 1973 1st DIVISION The officer's wives of DISCOM were the host of the 1st Cav. Div.'s annual Christmas Bazzar held at Ft. Hood Officer's Open Mess Tuesday Dec. 4. Funds were raised by selling of hand­ made items by the wives. Three pieces of silver were given away as door gifts during activities sponsored by the officer's wives of the 15th S&T Bn: A cake plate was given to Mrs. John Ellis 2nd Bn. 7th Cav. Mrs. Jack Merritt 15th s9t bn. received a gift of a covered casserole the third gift a gallery tray was given to Mrs. Timothy Murphy of the 227th Avn. Bn. Profits from the bazaar were donated to the 1st Cav. Div. Museum. 13TH SIG. BN. The 13th Sig. Bn. held a Christmas ''hail and farewell" at the West Ft. Hood community center. The Officer's and ladies of Co. hosted the evening. A pot luck dinner was enjoyed by all. Lt. Col. Theodore Hum­ mel hailed Cpt and Mrs. Charles 0. Shepard. Farewells were said to Cpt. and Mrs. Gerald Tong Cpt. and Mrs. Edwards Carnes a...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

Page Six-B What can civilian em- •. ployees of the Department of Defense look forward to as a result of announcements to realign missions close in- spallations and reduce person- •. nel ceilings? This subject because of its nationwide signivicance recently resulted in a special interview with Mr. William C. Valdes Director of Per- sonnel Management for the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Civilian Personnel .Policy). Mr. Valdes spoke to his vast audience through the worldwide facilities of the American Forces Radio and Television Service Office of Information for the Armed Forces. As a result of major decisions last January there was a reorganization of the U.S. Army which involved the restructuring of its com- mands. This was followed in ..' April by another announ- cement by the Secretary of Defense of a realignment of Army Navy and Air Force installations. Both of these actions eliminated or resulted in the transfer of approximately 50000 civilian positions. Mr. Valdes said...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

r14 1973 Intelligence operations men have a rather cloak-and- dagger image but as anyone in the 2nd Armd. Div.'s 502nd Military Intelligence (MI) Co. would tell you this image is false. "Although the individual remains our most vital fac­ tor" explained Cpt. Lonny R. Willoughby 502nd MI Co. cm- dr. "we now receive much of our information from such highly sophisticated sources Saf eway Big Buy! rcHiti wmm con CA«n* Cake Mixes ^•Peach Preserves "frRed Plum Jam •Strawberry Preserves v' as high-altitude jet aircraft shooting aerial photographs." The captain further ex­ plained that the company is divided into four departmen­ ts: POW Interrogation Imagery Interpretation Or­ der of Battle and Counter In­ telligence. The company is by far most active during combat situations. It is then our duty to provide intelligence for the 2nd Armd. Div.'s comman­ Old Pal Dog Food Shop and Save! Corn Flakes 07$ Safeway. Breakfast Favorite! —12-os. Pkg. iHH Edwards Coffee Coffee Tone Tea Bags Nestle Qui...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

Page Eight-B Rtgular Programs: Monday thru Friday National Anthem 07:59 20:29 Weather FH News What's Hap­ pening 08:00 Noon 1700 1900 Information & Entertainment Programs Published in the Fort Hood Sentinel. I Monday 17 Dcecmhrr 8:28— Care and Concern 8:':J3 IFR Flight Plans-DD Form 175 9:00 A Place to Go 9:22 Mech Training on .45 Cal Pistol. Pt 1 10:00 Vehicle Recovery 10:45 Waco Texas 11:00 Gen Disassy & Reassy of .45 Cal Pistol 11:35—Pancho 12:28 Care and Concern 12:43 The Problems of Am­ phetamine Abuse 1:00 Wreckless Driving 1:26 The Conquistadores Trial 1:d4 Communications Security 2:00 Army Equip Record System Procedures 2:31 The Drill Sergeant 3:00— Prevention of Cold Injuries 3:32 Manhattan Street Band 4:00 The Quiet War 4:28 The Selling of Col Herlx.*rt 5:28 Care and Concern The good fairy comes in. many forms shapes and sizes nowadays and uses various types of transpor­ tation to get around to do all TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM SOLVED Here are the nine tiny rein- deer ...

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

Friday December 14 1973 The STARS you want to see!... The MUSIC The you want to hear!... LAUGHTER you want to enjoy! AGAIN AND AGAIN! —-iwMTnisMErs [sr-i HUE ANDREWS DAVIB TOMUHSOH krvow BADDELEY-oofRid DICK VAN DYKE 8LVNISIOHNI -wrhh-LAhuisuR-TRtALHtR-uwhdWYNN •IWISH .« 6 ru«H* •'.'» *c O* Original soundtrack available on Vista Records TECHNICOLOR V.VCSdXV ANOTHER FILM WTS RIGHT IN SEASON IS "MAURIE" WITH 60 SVENSON AND 8ERNIE CASEY AS REAL-LIFE ALL'STARS JACK TWYMAN AND MAURICE STOKES IN THE TRUE STORY OF COURAGE AND DE­ VOTION/ CATCH IT TOMORROW AT *Z ANPTUESAT*3// A MERRY 'HEE HAW' CHRISTMAS TO ALL Junior Samples "Hee Haw 74's" own Santa Claus has a gift for Miss Misty Rowe one of the pretty en­ tertainers featured each week on the The Central Texas Council of Governments at their November 29 meeting ap­ proved the final report of the roadside surveys conducted by the Central Texas Alcohol Safety Action Project. Surveys were conducted to determine drinking-driving habits knowled...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

Page Ten-B 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 046 7 PfECE LIVING room suit $169.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323. Air Con./ Heating 050 GEORGE'S 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 RENTALS Apartments Furn. 072 COUNTRY LIVING in the City That's living at WESTGATE APARTMENTS BRAND NEW NOW LEASING 1-2-3 Bedrooms furnished & unfur­ nished. Individual Heat & Air. BILLS PAID-HEATED POOL Clubrodm & Laundry Rooms 3007 Antelope Trial 773-9092 TEMPLE TEXAS JUST AN EASY RIDE FROM THE FORT!...

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