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

Friday December 21 1973 SPORTS OJ. no motto runner By JERRY REED It has been noted by a popular weekly publication that this country's motto has changed from E Pluibus Unum to Omnus Idem Faciunt Everybody's doing it. I have decided to declare a mistrial in this judgement of folks in the U.S. of A. from sea to shining sea and the aber waves of grain. Everybody is not doing it all at least not in professional foot­ ball. It is certainly disheartening to hear that some of our military men have jokingly been accused of shooting up with 3.2 beer and many pro players have been kidded about flunking their urine tests because they didn't study hard enough. The test being in con­ junction with the idea that everybody is doing it theory. At first it seemed like a public-spirited idea to "do your own thing" but it has since gotten a little out of hand. Even in other countries folks are doing it. The rumor that J. Paul Getty III cut off his ear to get some dough from his grandpa is a perfect ex...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 December 1973

Page Four-B Cav. shooters *By JOHN McMULLEN 1st Cav. Div. shooters s\yept the top three places in the individual rifle com­ petition recently the lead the Cav during the post championship service rifle/pistol matches. First Team marksmen also com­ peted in rifle team matches individual rifle (leg) mat­ ches individual pistol mat­ ches pistol team matches and individual pistol (leg) matches. Three new Cav shooters o- tscored their opponents in the individual rifle matches. Scott Davis B. Btry. 1st Bn. 6th Cav. notched top honors. Andrew Ebarb Co. 2nd Bn. 7th Cav. finished .second edging by third place finisher Joseph Boroughs Co. 1st Bn. 81st Armor. in the individual pistol mat­ ches Frederick Criss CSC 1st- Bn. 13th Armor finished first in the overall points The Ft. Hood Tankers are presently engaged in a two- ga'me series with the Lackland Air Force Base quintet in San Antonio. The Tankers started the first of two contests last night at 7:30 p.m. and at press time the result of tha...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 December 1973

Friday December 21 1973 $ READY FOR PLAYOFFS-Leroy Jor- dan All-Pro linebacker of the Dallas Cowboys watches the offensive unit of the Pokes in action during the Washing­ ton game. Sunday the Cowboys will host Cowboys head for playoffs The Cowboys' 30-3 victory Sunday at St. Louis clinched an unprecendented eighth NFL play-off berth for the Dallas club. The Cowboys (10-4) host Western Division champ Los Angeles (12-2) next Sunday in the first round. The Rams stopped Dallas earlier in the season 37-31. Roger Staubach closed with a rush to win his second NFL passing championship. Staubach completed 14 of 19 for 256 yards and three touch­ downs against St. Louis to edge past Frank Tarkenton in the passing statistics. For the season Staubach completed 179 of 286 (62.6 per cent) for 2428 yards 23 tpuchdowns and 15 intercep­ tions. His completion perc- natage shattered his own club record of 59.7 set when he ^won the passing title in 1971. Calvin Hill broke two of his dub records by carry...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 December 1973

Page Six-B Eastwood) Concern By RICHARD STACY -The end of the draft of health professionals on July 1 1973 has created major problems for the Army Medical Department. Numerous proposals have been offered to cope with this situation and should prove to be interesting to the general public. The Gates Commission was charged by President Nixon in 1969 to study the effects of a "Zero Draft". Included in the final report was a chapter on the im- pact it would have on the Army Medical Department. The two principle ideas stated in the report were that J'it would be easy to attract and retain physicians in '•the following ways: (1) pay higher salaries to the doctors and (2) civilianize the Medical Corps. Members of certain health professions will be ex- pecially difficult to attract and retain in an all-volun- **teer environment. Currently only one-sixth of the ^•physicians on active duty are volunteers. Another one-sixth are serving because of some obligation in- curred by a program subsidi...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 December 1973

Friday December 21 1973 Inffantry ups (distribution Beginning with the January-February issue In­ fantry Magazine will be given free to units from all com­ ponents that are infantry or infantry related in mission. Free distribution is possible due to the controls implemen­ ted on all DOD school periodicals effective Septem­ ber 1. On that date the Department of the Army directed TRADOC to bring all Army school magazines under one umbrella. TRADOC now has the respon­ sibility to monitor our ac­ tivities to include approval of an annual budget for prin­ ting free issues for limited unit distribution. Although DA and TRADOC are now involved in the publication process Infantry still remains a publication of the Infantry School and will retain its format and em­ phasis as determined by the Commandant. Free but limited distribution will be made to units only. Individuals may still subscribe at the normal rates utilizing the subscrip­ tion blanks found in the magazine or by personal let­ t...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 December 1973

Page Eight- Water safety is stressed Drownings rank as the third leading cause of ac­ cidental death in the U.S. On a more local level drownings rank as the second leading cause of accidental death to Ft. Hood personnel and for this fiscal year they have taken on an alarming propor­ tion. In fact if drownings continue at their present ex- cellerated rate we could set an all time record that would last for years and years. Since the beginning of FY .74 ten Fort Hood soldiers have drowned. Dating back to FY 64 the most drownings experienced for a single year has numbered eight which oc­ curred in FY 72 70 and 64. And remember we still have 6 months remaining in FY 74 with the spring and summer ..season yet to look forward to. What has really been distur­ bing though is that since Oct. 7 '73 (a period when drownings have typically been all but nonexistent) «there have been 4 accidental ^drownings. Three of the four drownings since October 7 have been boating-fishing related. In other d...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 December 1973

iMber 21 1973 \f k- #Cure Festive "Meat Values! Golden Star Butterball Fryer-Roaster Fryer-Roaster Turkey Roast &:tb$675 Turkey Roast Boneless Ham Fresh Oysters mc Honey Buns 1 Waffle Syrup %lly Rolls Biscuits Dips for Chips QQ Lucerne. Ready to Serve! Safeway Special! —8-oz. Ctn. Cinnamon Rolls 79 Amour Deep-Baited Young Turkeys. Ovor 10-lbs. USDA Imp. Grodo 'A' —Lb. Swift's Daep-lasfed Young Turkeyl. Ovor 10-lbs. USDA Insp. Grade -A' —Lb. ArmourT ur keys 105 Fancy Ducks -u 88' Turkey Breast 89* 89' 95* Manor Houso Small Turkeys. Under 9-U». USDA Inspected Grade 'A' —Lb. Safeway Self-Basting Young Turkeys. Under 9-lbs. USDA'lnsp. Crtidi "A' —Lb. s"Tis.!^"'*129 Safeway WitncrseSY") Cheese Spread CQ4 Corn Tortillas 17$ XlKerne. Mm lento —l-oi. Ctn. lucerne. Fast A Easyl —7-oz. Pkg. A For "Holiday Breakfast! •Bel-air Waffles 1 -Frfezen. 6-Count —5oi. Pkq. 4HI Orange Juice Sugar Donuts -Corn Flakes 1 Scotch Treat. Frosen 6-oz. Can 8 I 2Vi-Lb$098 Ctn. Honeysuckle -u.*239 Mohawk Chie...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 December 1973

Page Ten-B Sergeant First Class William W. Harley HHC III Corps was awarded the Soldier's Medal in an award ceremony December 13. Lieutenant General Allen M. Burdett Jr. Ill Corps and Ft. Hood commander presen­ ted the medal to Sfc. Harley during the retreat ceremony. Sergeant Harley received the medal for distinguishing himself by displaying outstan­ ding courage on November 23 1972. The then staff sergeant was singularly responsible for alerting evacuating and saving the lives of the occupants of a burning house in Temple. His actions resulted in all oc­ cupants escaping the fire without injuries. After kicking open the door to the burning house Sgt. Harley crawled on his hands Friday Dec. 14 the 1st Cavalry Division honored "one of its and the Army's outstanding commanders" Col. Robert H. Nevins Jr. according to Maj. Gen. Robert M. Shoemaker. Col. Nevins commander of the 2nd Bde. the only Air Cavalry Combat Brigade in the United States received a noble farewell from his troops ot...

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

Friday December 21 1973 STUDENT AND INSTRUCTORS—Sit­ ting in the pilot's seat Col. Charles Canedy and his instructors CW2 Walter Dietz left and CW2 Keith Brown right watch the landing techniques of another helicopter. Col. Canedy with many hours of help from his instructors recently completed transition training on the Cibra helicopter at Ft. Hood. This is CHECKLIST REVIEW—Col. Charles Canedy right the new commander of the 2nd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division sits in the pilot seat of a Cobra helicop­ ter and reviews his pre-flight checklist with CW2 James Preston. Col. Canedy recently completed transition training on the Cobra at Ft. Hood the first time CdlMTER. SERVICE Pub Old Spice Roman Brio the first time such training has been conducted at Ft. Hood in more than three years. Both CW2 Dietz and CW2 Brown are members of the 162nd Aviation Company and Col. Canedy is the new commander of the 2nd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division. (U.S. Army photo by Tom Watson) the transition has been done ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 December 1973

Page Twelve-B JHHi^ JEFFEREY WAS ALL SMILES and practically speechless when he awoke to find an early Christmas gift under his tree in the great form of Ms. Nancy Cameron. The lusty lensman blew the whole affair however when he refused to allow the seven elves who followed Church & Gray v"t TCl M& SMMmMI IMMM fgggf^^ \ ^feii :v mmikkvmlk MPmSM OUR WARMEST WISHES THE WARM HEARTED RANK AMERICAN STA TE BANK her from the north pole to stay also. Santa Claus (of Kringle fame) ended the whole matter when he repossessed the buxon beauty after discovery that she was intended for Hugh Hefner. (Photo courtesy of Playboy) Member F.D.I.C. ....Killeen.... 634-2132 The Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) has opened its first record and tape distribution center under a new program that by next summer will mean greatly improved selections of recorded music at all AAFES outlets. Operating from a location near Exchange Service headquarters in Dallas the first distribution center buys ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 December 1973

Friday December 21 1973 BOOZING IT UP A member of the safety program skit has a drink while waiting for the time to come when he can leave. This part of the skit was "It's just like coming home" exclaimed Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Jack Coddington who recently became sergeant major of the First Team's 1st Bn. 5th Cav. "I was born into the 1st Cav. Div. when my father was a first sergeant for the 12th Regiment at Ft. Ringgold Texas. "I've always wanted to be with the cavalry and have spent my 23% years in the Army trying to get in the cavalry. Now I'm home." Coddington's father retired as a first sergeant of the 12th Regiment after 30 years Cavaliers have change The "Cavaliers" changed plumes in their hats last week as Lt. Col. Edward M. Szvetecz relinquished com­ mand of the 2nd Bn. 41st In- f. 2nd Armd. Div. to a West Point classmate Lt. Col. John M. McDonald in ceremonies at "Cavalier" field. "When I assumed com­ mand I stood in this same place and said the 'Cavaliers' were showing true equal...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 December 1973

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 December 1973

By JOHN GRABOWSKI When the health food fad got going a few years back one of the catchphrases of the movement was "You are what you eat." It was a clever phrase and attracted quite a bit of attention to the fad to life style depending on your point of view. I'm not about to take sides on that issue but we do seem to have borrowed the phrase with minor modification for the recruiting people. "You are what you recruit" seems to be latest in that camp. For any number of reasons we're committed to the hilt to the All Volunteer Force both as an ideal and as a working reality. And the monkey's on our backs to make it work. It can work and it will if we play our cards right. A lot of the emphasis understandably is in the of- fices of the recruiters assigned to Recruiting Com­ mand USAREC. That force has recently been beefed up significantly in both money and people. That should help. At the same time additional monies have become available to the Unit of Choice (UOC) programs. They're bein...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 21 December 1973

Page Sixteen-B Marriage is made in heaven Although the peal of church bells echoing throughout blossomed trees and sunny skies usually typifies the perfect setting for a June wedding December can also be an appropriate enough month for tying the nuptial knot. A recent marriage within the 13th Spt. Bde. verified this and proved it­ self to be an event "made (or at least backed} in Heaven." When Pfc. Jenny Rineer Hq. & Hq. Co. 13th Spt. Bde. and Spec. 4 Tom Gross 2nd Armor Div. exchanged their wedding vows on Dec. 1 they had more behind them than a double-ring ceremony they had friends in every aspect of their wedding from "preachers to piano-players." Jenny functions uniquely as a chaplain's assistant at both Brigade chapels. During the week she can be found at the Bde. Ave. W. Chapel helping Bde. Chap. (Lt. Col.) David Tate with his ad­ ministrative responsibilities. On Sundays however Jenny changes hats to fulfill her religious obligations and assists Chap. (Cpt.) Thomas McNama...

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