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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

Page Fourteen-A Roman officials are still in- vestigating recent events which have focused the atten- tion of the Empire on the city of Bethlehem a small farming village south of Jerusalem. The situation first came to •public attention several days [ago when four shepherds ♦reported seeing apparitions or ^illusions they claimed to have rrecognized as angels a 'mythical being associated with 'the Jew ish religion. The 'angels according to Jewish [lore are messengers and ser- vants of their god Jehovah The four shepherds made an ‘official statement to members of the Jewish religious hierar- chy in which they said “We [were told that we would find a [child in Bethlehem wrapped dn sw addling clothes and paying in a manger.” The four •went on to say that the angels ’told them that this child was the “Messiah” or promised saviour of the Jewish race. The birth reportedly took place in the stable of a local jam. There were no rooms Available at the time due to the influx of Judeans into the...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

Friday December 20 1974 FURNISHING THE NEW HEADQUAR- TERS Members of the brigade begin unloading furniture and office equipment that was moved from the old brigade headquarters to the new COSCOM Headquarters located just off Battalion Ave. and 58th St. It was part of “Operation A LITTLE AX WILLXHOP DOWN Shuffle” which began last week and will continue through next year until all COSCOM units are relocated to a tem- porary area to await the construction of pew buildings in their original vicinity. (Photo by Larry E. Scaramella) COY A SPECIAL CHRISTMAS DINNER Turkey & Dressing Giblet Gravy Baked Ham & Pineapple Ring Prime Rib of Beef & Baked Potato in Sour Cream APPETIZERS Chicken Rice Soup Shrimp Cocktail OC om bination Salad 2 VEGETABLES Candied Yams O waked Potato Buttered Broccoli OGreen Beans Mashed Potatoes DESSERT Pumpkin Pie ^S traw berry Shortcake A dults $3 .5 0 hildren $1.50 6 a.m to 10 p.m. VENUS CAFE Hwy. 190 & 2nd St. Killeen PISH Merry Christm as & H...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

page Sixteen-A The Cav Academy held its first graduation ceremony a to a as a proximately 40 First Team soldiers throughout Cav Coun- try dressed in blue caps and gowns received high school diplomas from the American Preparatory Institute (API) an are it a Education Agency institute which has provided high school courses for the past Several months on the Central Texas College (CTC) campus. Today 433 soldiers lacking a high school diploma completed the first seven-week cycle. They received high school credits in Mathmetics English History World Geography Government and Science. These credits can be used in future cycles towards eventual graduation from the Cav Academy or be transfer- red to any high school or high school completion program elsewhere. Of the 433 soldiers who com- pleted this first cycle but who had not yet completed graduation requirements 110 could graduate in one ad- ditional seven-week cycle. The remainder will require two or Gen. Shoemaker also direc- ted his con...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

Friday December 20 1974 By JERRY REED SPORTS EDITOR .Where would the Mormans be without Brigham Young the Israelis without Moses or Ali Baba without his forty thieves? Furthermore where would the 375th ASA be without James Foster? •%Who’s James Foster you tr-Ty ask? Well for your infor- mation he’s the quarterback of the new post flag football champs. In summation he’s their leader. Like the other leaders throughout history Foster has brought his people along way. A year ago Foster and his teammates lost the post crown !S flU EVERY SO CLOSE Marlon Springer of the HHC 303rd ASA just misses one of James Jones’ passing during the post flag football championship. Springer HERE IT COMES Art Swinton 375th ASA receiver hauls in a pass from quarterback James Foster early in the first quarter of action. Swinton was Foster’s prime HERE COMES TROUBLE James Jones HHC 303rd ASA quarterback finds little running room during the post flag football championship game at Prichard to the A Co. 75th Ran...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

Page Two-B SPORTS W hat shocking news? By JERRY “PORKER” REED The American dollar took another pounding on the black market today Chris Evert ain’t in love with Jimmy Connors Harlan Sanders isn’t really a colonel and Mrs. Olsen doesn’t drink coffee. What in the wide wide world of sports? Next thing you know they’ll be using food stamps in Bangladesh. Folks let’s face it these are “hard times” and there’s no wonder we’ve been hearing shocking news. I guess we shouldn’t be surprised to hear that two professional foot- ball coaches have been fired one college coach has left school one has a one-way ticket to the “Pearly Gates” and another has been excummunica ted. Yessiree coaches from sea to shining sea are now walking the unemployment lines. Gosh darn things are plum silly and it’s been awful dang hard to figure out what’s coming up next. In case your not up on your current events here’s what’s happened: 1.) Jim Carlen accepts coaching job at South Carolina University leaves vacancy ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

Friday December 20 1974 The seasonal tradition of decorating two Christmas frees which dates back to the I3th Century can still be seen today in the Brigade Avenue West Chapel. I fc DEATH AND LIFE at the West Chapel of the 13th Spt. Bde. two Christmas trees are on display. The tree on the left com- memorates sin and death. Its decorations are 33 blue ornaments representing the 33 years that Christ lived at earth and a red streamer reminding us of Isaiah’s words “Though your sins be scarlet The tree on the right symbolizes life and NEW DAY IN A NEW HOME Clerical personnel for the 13th COSCOM Headquarters Spec. 5 Donna Garraffa (right) and Pvt. 2 Phyllis Web begin anew day in a later model building that what housed the 13th Spt. Bde. Just prior to the redesignation of the brigade to the 13th The tr on the left represents sin and death while the tree on the right sym- bolizes righteousness and life. Between the two trees is an Advent Wreath. (Christmas If we may "coin" a phrase we'd li...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

Page Four-B Special products available Products made by the blind and other handicapped per- sons will be featured in a single easy-to-find display at the main Ft. Hood Post Ex- change the Picnic Palace and the Pershing Park and West Ft. Hood foodlands. According to Maj. Gen. C.W. Hospelhom Army and Air orce exchange Service (AAFES) commander the new display will be standard throughout the exchange system. It features a variety of merchandise with the Skilcraft label a name that encompas- ses ra ell-know organizations that employ han- dicapped craftsmen. “AAFES has been a strong supporter of the Skilcraft ro ram ” explains Gen. ospelhorn ‘‘and these products have long been lar item ith our patrons. What we’ve done now is bring all the various Skilcraft products into a single location for easy identification and customer selection. Skilcraft lines offered by AAFES consist of a variety of ■r: -e MOVING ON. The first 13th COSCOM bat- talion to participate in “Operation Shuf- fle” was t...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

Friday December 20 1974 Team 6Top Kicks9 take refresher work In in it th tradition “The First Team irst” a refresher course has been established in Cav Coun- try for all “Top Kicks” plus those newly assigned and ac- ting 1st Sgt’s throughout the division. This course started in Sept. g- when Division Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Homer R. Moss who for .■* several months sorely felt a course of this nature was necessary presented facts and 7 figures to the Division Com- C. mander Maj. Gen. Robert M. 7 Shoemaker. After hearing 4 Moss out Gen. Shoemaker -i' was in total agreement and gave the go-ahead sign. st Tasked to assemble the course procure the classroom commit the command for was Sgt. Maj. %d Douglas Morris HHT 1st Sqdn. 9th Cav. Draft training schedules were sent to the Commanding General for ap- ^-proval and/or recommen- dations for changes. The course slogan is “Don’t Waste *„Top’s Time” and its instruc- j^tions pertain to the functions of %the orderly room and the in- dividual soldier. Wi...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

Page Six-B iBTsoff WHEN Not Needed Santa’s Pals close workshop The Santa’s Pals Program a joint effort of the Ft. Hood Area Confinement Facility and the Killeen Fire Depart- ment came to a successful close yesterday (Thursday) as Killeen civic organizations ac- cepted a massive stockpile of donated toys and proceeded to distribute the toys to needy families in the Killeen-Ft. Hood area. Captain John W. Bradford project officer for Santa’s Pals at the facility expressed his pleasure with the success of the drive for toys earlier in the week. “These people (Ft. Hood residents) really responded they were just fantastic” Bradford lauded. “Last year we collected only seven pickup loads. This year we’ll roll out 15 pickups and a two-ton truck full of toys. In addition we have seven to eight pickups full along with a couple of two- tons and no space for them. It’s really great. They really came through for us.” Bradford noted that the Ft. Hood facility collected at least as many toys as di...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

Friday Deceniber 20 1974 An American passport or registration of birth overseas with the United States Em- bassy or consulate isn’t the final legal proof of citizenship of a child born into a service family. The final proof of the citizenship of a child bom rs a one two American parents” according to 1st. Lt. David H. Cavazos personal services officer with III Corps is a Certificate of Citizenship. It may never be needed yet it is essential for proof of citizenship.” Obtaining a Certificate of Citizenship can be relatively easy for a military family at Ft. Hood. Both parents or parent if citizenship is from A NEWS Flags from each of the 50 United States and the Com- monwealth of Puerto Rico were dedicated in a colorful ceremony at the Veterans Ad- in istra tio hospital in Washington. Most of the colors were gifts from states they represent. They will be flown 15 times each year on national holidays and other historic and special occasions. Administrator of Veterans Affairs Richard L...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

Page Eight-B I CHANGE COMMAND A a On the chilly afternoon of Monday Dec. 16 the colors of the 502nd Supply and Tran- sport Bn. flapped in the breeze as they were passed to the unit’s new commander. The Bn. Command Sergeant Major Louis C. Bowen passed the colors from Lt. Col. Larry M. Ripple to the new battalion commander Lt. Qol. Carlton A. Galbreath in a change of command ceremony at HOW Field. Ripple has served as the bat- talion commander for the past 18 months and is leaving the unit to join Hqs. 2nd Armd. Div. Spt. Cmd. In his final remarks to the members of the unit Ripple said “Eighteen months ago I was fortunate enough to assume command of the 502nd S & Bn. During that time we have drastically lowered the number of AWOL’s maintained a high degree of readiness and had a record number of reenlist- ments. This is truly a fine record.” He added “My family and I want to thank each one of you for your outstanding support. I’m sure you’ll extend the same support to Lt. Col. Gal...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

Page Ten-B Sometimes a good man leaves the Army for a bad reason. Pressure. The kind he gets from some of the people around him. So we’ve gathered together some of the more frequently heard gripes complaints harassments and put-downs. And we’ve put down the facts. First you have to We know that there isn’t an army of cranks out there. But we also know that the few there are can make it tough on a guy who’s trying to make an important decision. This way you’ll have the answers the next time someone questions your decision to reenlist. "They’ll promise you anything to get you to reenlist.’’ That’s a big one. You hear it all the time. And the irony of it is it’s true. But not the way your buddies mean it. qualify for whatever it is you want to reenlist for. If you do we put your choice in writing. Along with your own under- standing of the agreement in your own hand- writing. So there’s no chance of misunder- standing each other. Then if something goes wrong we make it right. Or you ma...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

Friday ecem ber 2 0 1 9 7 4 Two FIRST TEAMers were honored recently as a result of their outstanding performance on two Army schools at Ft. Eustis VA. Spec. 5 Terry L. Riddle and Pfc. Floyd R. Meadows both from A Troop 1st Bn. 6th Cav. received cer- tificates of achievement from a j. M. Shoemaker commander 1st Cav. Div. Riddle attended the NCOES course at Ft. Eustis from July 29 to Oct. 16 graduating first in a class of 26. Asked what he thought of the course Riddle replied “It was beneficial in the sense that I saw things I wouldn’t norm ally come in contact with mostly forms and records data. But all that is im rta to an NCO because it gives him abetter understanding of the unit as a whole. He continued by suggesting a change he would make in the The plight of many E4s on the E5 promotion list but unable to attain the extra stripe because they are in an overstrength MOS may be in line for some self-help accor- ding to a message sent out in Ju ly 1974 and since re emphasized by a D...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

^*age Twelve-B LAPPING IT UP Natasha Jordan can’t seem to decide to tell Santa what she wants for Christmas or not. The young lady and many other children were enter- tained last Monday at a party put on by Last Monday in the main dining room of the Hideaway Club there was standing room only. The change from its usual crowd as in the average age of the audience. Instead of 25 or 26 years of age it was about three or four. The young children of the men and women in 124th Maint. Bn. enjoyed cartoons a clown show refreshments and a visit with Santa Claus. They were also given a large stocking filled with toys and candy. “We try to do this every Santa Claus pays visit here year” stated Sgt. Maj. Paster Feliciano. “The funds for put- ting on the party are donated by the men of the battalion and th iv el out by preparing the refreshments. Some brought punch some coffee som cookies and others cake. Its a real good ef- fort by everyone in the bat- talion.” After an hour of cartoons Lt. Col....

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

Friday December 20 1974 JEFFREY admits that Miss World-USA Lexie Brockaway for 1974 doesn’t exactly carry out the Christmas theme we were looking for in the Eye catcher this week as far as her mode of dress is con- cerned but he did have a logical or so it seemed to him explanation for submitting the photo. He noted that his spirits were CarOHomeOFire EYE CATCHER INSURANCE We Can Insure All Drivers-17 & up Terms Available "We Won't Scalp You" APACHE INSURANCE AGENCY 307 W. Hwy 190 Copperas Cove Mon.-Fri 9 to 6 Sat 10-2 547-7511 547-7512 0 0 0 Hope the season “clicks” with you in every way. We’d like to take this opportu- nity to thank our friends for their patronage. Photo Finishing by Kodak” 252 Ceve Terrace 547-5781 Copperas Cove stirred by the mere presence of the lovely lass and that it was his understanding that he was to capture the spirit of the season. Well it wasn’t exactly what we meant but we must admit that she is a great choice even without a Santa’s helper suit. Me...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

Page Fourteen-B ’BUSINESS SERVICES Tailors Hatters 039 A IL O ro fe io a l ie 's a a 's lte a tio N jo to if ic t. all 634-3955 a tim Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV a N 19 in ta ith ilt-in A tea te th a W eek th a a S O a S to ck th ly ta ls $10 to $15. 1 BARRON RENTS 517 W st a ie A ve. W ille ................................................. 634-4742 W n) Buildg. Contract. 2421 E 190 ra I 547-7581 City Property 090 Sentinel Classified BUSIN ESS SERVICES Misc. Services_______063 LOOKING FOR AN OPPORTUNITY TO OW N YOUR OW N BUSINESS' I N E S I A E E W E S E N A TO A S S O IA E S O E A N O fu a ler a ily rs 4000. W E S E N A O E S O S E E E O A IO N A N O S O E A I N S O S E E S S O A S S IS S W IT 056 Im ro to uilt es N a rg O oo S all W Do It All HIGGINBOTHAM’S HOME CENTER A N O E N IN S I tm ts ta a $20000. all: WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE A E E IG S O N 699-9090 699-6257 (0000| House Repairs 058 All Of lin W a E ry thin Do It W ith HIGGINBOTHAM’S HOME CENTER 2421 E 190 ra ove I ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

Friday December 20 1974 ‘. 'V WHY E Among those in the Security Plans Operations and Intel- ligence section of the 13th COSCOM to be involved in “Operation Shuffle” was Sgt. Maj. Kinnard Ross Chief Operations Sergeant. Like many others he was faced with packing up his area moving to mve&utnoH To DON'T OVERFEED THE SAS EATER~ THiNK 55 CREATIVE CUSTOM FRAMING READY MADE FRAMES .Original Oils Etchings Lithographs Charcoals ^Your Central Texas Framer BOB HAWKS PHOTOGRAPHY 336 Cove Terrace 547-2921 CoDPeras Cove GUARANTEE ASHNMC CAB TMI CUAtAMtil I S E A O O I E S Great economical A WARDS POPULAR 4-PLY AIR CUSHION $14-$20 OFF PAIRS. WARDS CLASS- TRACK BELTED TWIN GUARD TIRES GUARANTEED 24.000 MILES 2fo*38TRADE-INAND1J0TIRETUBELESSEA.PLUSA78-13BLK.F.E.T. INSTALLED FREE lim rtoitcno* reat for today's economy-minded driver. Durable cord body plies. Air Cushion is built for good serviceabil- ity. At this price why not buy 4? 8-HP TERRAIN CYCLE Teamueh engine heavy duty construction torqu...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 December 1974

Page Sixteen-B Retirement announced Mrs. Lucye P. Berry who has worked as a Department of the Army Civilian (DAC) at Ft. Hood since 1944 will retire (xi Dec. 31. Mrs. Berry has been em- ployed by the Finance and Ac- counting Office of Ft. Hood since she started o'king here and presently serves as super- visor Military Pay Clerks in the Separations Unit of Finance and Accounting. She teaches Sunday School and a ladies Bible dass at the First Baptist Church in Salado where she makes her home. Mrs. Berry is the mother of 3 daughters ona done son. She is the grandmother of 14 grand- children of which 13 are boys. After retirement Mrs. Berry plans to spend some time traveling to several sec- tions of the U.S. and then settle down to further her education. DOCKING in GOING* IfifTO A JOCK- S ave ime and E nergy SHOP GREATER KILLEEN For All Your CHRISTMAS NEEDS Greater Killeen Merchants Friendly and Genuinely Interested in Serving You! SHOP GREATER KILLEEN FIRST! c/ ZJD All Ladies COATS The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 January 1975

VOL. .13 NO. 42 vm FORT HOOD SENTINEL I’UBLISHED EV THE INTEREST OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD’’ FORT HOOD. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1973 The real old-time cowboy before barbed wire and Hol- lywood used the chuckwagon as the only home he knew each spring and fall during roundup. It was a an’s coun- try and life was rough and primitive at best. The contact with the outside world was almost nil. The cowboys had to make their own entertainment and thus along list of pranks came to become almost custom and on a set pat- tern all over the west. All over the vast range where men rode horseback after cows a stranger a greenhorn was simply the victim. There was no closed season. The pranks around the wagon and on the round up were limited only by human ingenuity new-comers available and general conditions. When no stranger was available the cowboys could usually find some amusement. One of the oldest but most popular pranks was to put the newcomer on a bucking horse and every outfit had su...

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