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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

Page Six ASSTER I The Combat Service Support and S a a (CSS&SP) irectorate of MASSTER recently held its bi- monthly Hail and Farewell re a a Sala do restaurant. Colonel Algin S. Hawkins director of CSS&SP welcomed newly arrived officers to the directorate and to MASSTER. The seven new members of the directorate have come from many varied assignments: Lt. Col. Odie E. Biggs came from a to a a a England with the U. S. Army Liaison Group Europe Lt. Col. Teddy G. Holloway ar- rived from the Headquarters Cancer Clinic will be held A cancer clinic will be conducted at U.S. Darnall Army Hospital from Feb. 19 through Feb. 22. Free pelvic and breast examinations and pap smears will be available to women 18 years of age and older. Free X- rays will be available to both men and women. Educational material about the preven- tion detection and treatment of cancer will be presented by volunteers of the Cor- Bell Cancer Unit. Lieutenant Carl Lindsey of Darnall is the planning co-ordinator ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

Friday February 14 1975 An open invitation to the 2nd Armd. Div. officers’ wives: give a valentine to yourself and make a reservation to at- tend the upcoming Punch and Brunch Wednesday Feb. 26. Delle Cox wife of Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Howard Cox will give a reading of selected poems illustrating life as a military wife from her newly published book “The Heart is Sometimes AWOL.” Reservations must be made by noon Friday Feb. 21 and can be made by calling Mrs. Moore at 532-5361. The brunch will begin at 10:30 a.m. at the Ft. Hood Officers Open Mess (FHOOM). 2nd Bn. 66th Arm. The West Ft. Hood Officers’ Club was the scene of a recent gathering of the officers and wives of the 2/66th Arm. Lieutenant Colonel James Bradin battalion commander extended a special welcome to a lain .) McMichael. the new assistant 3rd Bde. Chaplain. After cocktails and dinner the group enjoyed the enter- ta in of a local disc jockey. Captain Jim Her- rington was in charge of the arrangements. 2nd Bn. 50th Inf. O...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

Page Eight Brigade 75 questions and answers With the advent of Brigade ‘75 comes many questions for all concerned. In an attempt to answer at least a por- tion of these questions the 2nd Armd. Div. Information Office has compiled a booklet soon to be available through unit distribution and the Personal Affairs Agen- cy Booth. This agency located in the Whittington Community Center is intended to serve as a central point of contact foh wives separated from their sponsor as a result of deployment. Agency personnel will be capable of resolv- ing small anxieties caused by misinformation or lack of information. The agency will also have ready access to other divisional support agencies when the problem ex- ceeds their local capability. This access capability together with the agency’s rap- port with and close proximity to other installation service agencies located in the Community Center makes it an invaluable dependent assistance facility. The agency’s booth is open from 7 a.m. until 6...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

Friday February 14 1975 A variety of activities com- em orating Brotherhood Week Feb. 16-23 at Ft. Hood have been slated by the major commands on this post. The film “Brian’s Song” dramatically illustrating the spirit of teamwork and co- operation that grew between two men of very different backgrounds football pro- fessionals Gail Sayers and the late Brian Piccolo will be sponsored by III Corps & Ft. Hood and will be shown over closed circuit TV Channel 13 at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Feb. 19 20 and 21 and at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 20. The Ft. Hood Clubs System will sponsor activities at three of its clubs. At the same club on Feb. 18 at 8:30 p.m. the Black Experience a soul group will appear. The Main NCO Club will feature the Las Vegas Entertainers another soul group Feb. 19-23 with shows beginning each night at 8:30 p.m. The Sabre Club will feature a black disc jockey nightly Feb. 18-22. Sessions will begin at 8 p.m. on each of those dates. A static ethnic display en- titled “Heritag...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

Page Ten CHANGE (f COMMAND AW ARDS RETIREMENT CEREMONY Retirement ceremonies for the top enlisted man in the 1st Cav. Div. were held Thursday Jan. 30 at Ft. Hood. On hand to extend con- gratulations and best wishes to retiring Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Homer R. Moss were Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. Ft. Hood an er aj. Gen. Robert M. Shoemaker 1st Cav. Div. commander an estimated 300 well wishers and a form atio of noncom missioned officers from the division. Moss was honored earlier rsd ay in a sm a lle ceremony at the division head- quarters when Mr. Tommy Joe Mills president of the Cen- tral Texas-Ft. Hood Chapter of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) present- ed him with a special AUSA award for his long-term sup- port to the AUSA. Moss’s retirement became effective Feb. 1 at which time he had accumulated 30 years and 21 days of active military service. His 30-year career was spent a lm lu iv ly in leadership positions in the Army. In 1968 Moss came to Ft. Hood for what was t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

Friday February 14 1975 COL* I O (fdAjja. 'T tcookiri Cat Food. Nourishing! Meaty Flavors That Cats Love! A AdA itg p8 ila ih a S tM iM ld dmG bag: •Banquet* Dinners 39 I A Beef ben A Noodle I A Cheese £*. 11-01. Pkg. 4l Phase OfFgdprant Bar Apple Butter &ma- Tangyl SAFEWAY'S YOUR BEST PLACE TO SAVE orn Bread Mix el Monte Beans Pooch Dog FoodSafewayFlavor! Diet Drinks Cragmont. Assorted Flavors. Refreshing! Good Any Time! Safeway Special! Puss-n-Boots Safeway Special! ^AWWUUUUUUUJUUUUUL^JUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUWUUUUUUWUUUUU^ NBPgqaiNNteevMMMaMMLet NWPf. -T lfc A BBfdHhdMbGdflb Im vR I 8 lrlN tuning ipfg h» W atdi ymir for Cheese Pizza Steak ’n Tater Onion Rings French Fries ?::h 40* 5^ 97* A if a iA S S mm. v v/ 'v ■Sohmikv Your S I rTnrrTnnmnrBTrrTnnmnm TrraTTr^ f" FROZEN FOODS Cookin’ Bags 4_s1 Banquet. Quick & Easy! I Pkgs. Convenient! Finest Quality! d-olr Plcg. Cream Pies Glazed Donuts Sliced Squash Coffee Tone 99* 81* 78 2 16-os. Dinner. A «i. Night Hawk Pk*. Bel-air. 16-os. F...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

age Twelve ■U CUAH6E COMMAND gg) Aw NCO PROMOTION tly ra ld L. Boahbedason 1st Bn. 8th Cav. (Armor) joined the ranks of the senior NCO’s as he was promoted to Sergeant first ciass by the Mustang’s com- an er Lt. Col. C. M. Crawford during a ceremony held in the Colonel's office. Boahbedason teamed up with the First Team and HHC l/8 th ’s three ears ago. However for the past 18 months he’s been attached to III Corps Troop Schools where he’s a logistics and supply sergeant at the MECHONDO School. This school is located at North Ft. Hood and deals with combined arms—infantry and mechanized tactics. ENVIRONMENTAL AWARD The 13th COSCOM (Prov) Environmental Award for the second quarter fiscal year 1975 went unanimously to the 21st Repl. A board consisting of rep resentativ es from the seven battalions and headed by Lt. Col. James B. Palcer COSCOM assistant chief of staff services made the selec- tion after each member visited another unit’s area. The main areas visited by the board member...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

ii BY RANDY MURPHY Can the FIRST TEAM make it three in a row? Three post level Track & Field Championships that is. The 1st Cav. Div. will have that chance during the period April 23-24 at Prichard Stadium where the Welfare Recreation and Morale 1975 Ft. Hood Track & Field Meet will be held. Under the coaching ex- pertise of Cpt. Marcello us Cooper Jr. who has several post champions back from last year’s squad the Cav. Track & Field Team looks like the team to beat. The team has already started workouts on a daily basis at Prichard Stadium at 5 p.m. If the weather doesn’t permit outside train ing. Cooper moves them indoors to the Cav gym located on the comer of Central Avenue and 74th Street. One team of 25 participants from the 1st Cav 2nd AD and nondivisional units are eligible to compete for the Post title. However no individual may enter more than three events excluding relay runs. No team .may enter more than three en- tries in any one event and each major command i...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

Page Fourteen Registration for the high- speed even will begin at 10:00 a.m. with timed runs begin- ning at noon. Registration fees will be $4.50 with a $1.00 dis- count to members of the SC- CFH and affiliated sports car clubs. Any licensed driver may enter. No racing ex- perience is necessary. SPORTS Smile Melissa—pleaseI 3y JERRY “PORKER” REED You’ll never see Melissa Reynolds make an Ultra Brite commercial. She doesn’t smile. Perhaps the smooth-moving guard of the Ft. Hood Tankerettes should go to bed with a coathanger in her mouth to wake up with a smile. I doubt that even a Johnny Carson monologue would phase the pretty eager. I really can’t figure out why she doesn’t flash those pearly whites. She uses her dental floss regularly and has never had to wear dentures. To the best of my knowledge her teeth haven’t been capped and she doesn’t have bad breath. So what’s the deal? According to the business-like eager “I just don’t smile when I’m on the court”. I reckon she’s just con...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

Friday February 14 1975 BY RICHARD LAMANCE When Clista Upkins steps on the basketball court with the en a few sn ick ers and aleful stare follow her across court. The old adage that females are the weaker sex seems to still be alive in By JERRY REED SPORTS EDITOR Time was a woman was limited to changing a diaper or frying an egg. Most folks just didn’t give women folk much credit for doing anything else. Some still 6 don’t. Well don’t tell the Hood Tankerettes they ain’t got no talent besides washing dishes and ac in a rp ts ITiey’ll flat tell you you’re wrong! Actually the Tankerettes are plum right. Them gals I have loads of talent and they show it on the basketball court everytime they play a game. In summation they’re dam good. Nope them ankerettes are ’t old-fashion by any I The year’s first organized motorcycle race was conduct- ed last Saturday under the auspices of the Mo to reports certain circles. The looks and laughter don’t bother the pretty 5’3’ redhead from Brookhaven ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

Page Sixteen MASSTER tests map reading aids KELLY WECHSLEK Because maps are such an fessential part of military operations every soldier is taught the basics of map read- ing early in his training. I Now researchers at Head- quarters MASSTER (Modem i4rmy Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) are examining two new devices at Ft. Hood that are aimed at im- proving the efficiency of the map reading skills. Specifically the two devices are evasion chart (EVC) viewers that are designed to help pilots and other soldiers who are in enemy territory and need a map to find their way to friendly positions. In such situations the familiar folding terrain map could pro- veto be quite noisy and cum- bersome as any motorist who has used a road map can testify. However the two new EVC viewers are in small pocket- size packages and have a view- ing screen where the maps are displayed. The viewers are in two sizes—35mm and 70mm. The 35mm viewer resembles a small pocket camera in size and appea...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

Friday February 14 1975 Gloria in excelsis Deo. Et in Terra Pax. Pax hominibus. Only a scholar with a good know ledge of th atin language would know the meaning of these words. People having no knowledge of the language could do little more than sit and stare at the priest facing them from the altar chanting in a strange tongue. For the sake of these fervent but puzzled believers the mass was translated into every existing language in the world. The Rust College A’Cappella Choir and Male Quintet will appear at Ft. Hood Sunday Feb. 16 at 6:30 p.m. in Palmer Theatre for one performance only and will be making single- song visits to numerous Ft. Hood chapels during the Sun- day morning worship services. Performing under the direc- tion of Lassaye Van Buren Holmes the internationally known group will present a variety of musical selections including works from Mozart Bach Stranvinsky Debussy and Verdi as well as tradi- tional spiritual and gospel. Here at Ft. Hood even though few would ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

Page Eighteen The following is the movie schedule for the week of Feb. 14th through 20th today Fri- iday to Thursday. THEATER NUMBER ONE- HEADQUARTERS AVENUE Friday Feb. 14 For Pete’s S ate” (PG) 6:30 and '8:30 D.m. Saturday Feb. 15 Play Misty for Me (R ) 10:30 p.m. •1:30 p.m. “Amazing Grace” ..(G ) 3:30 p.m. Brewster McCloud” (R) 6:30 p.m. “Pretty Maids All In A Row” (R) 8:30 p.m “The Secret Of Dorian Gray” (R) 10*30p.m. I Sunday Feb. 16 “The Trial Of Billy Jack” .PG) I 1:30 4:30 and7:30p.m. I Monday Feb. 17 “The-' Trial Of Billy Jack” (PG) 7 I p.m. Tuesday Feb. 18 “The Trial Of Billy Jack” (PG) 7 p.m. W ednesday Feb. 19 “Trick Turner” (R) 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. rs a 20 “Jerem iah Johnson” (PG) 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. THEATER NUMBER TWO WEST FT. HOOD Closed from Feb. 10th thru he A to tiv raft Branch (Bldg. 2603) on Park Ave in the 1st Cav. Div. area is the newest addition to the Arts and Crafts Branch of the Ft. Hood Recreation Services Division. 1 The official opening of the new facility ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

Friday. February 14 1975 I What do Robert Ironsides and Theo Kojack have in com- fmon? Very little especially I hair. What do Christie Love and Columbo have in com- mon? Even less but Teresa [•Graves in a raincoat is a heckova lot more appealing than Peter Falk. But these good people do have one thing in common. They’re the new brand of of- ficer better known as the de- fective detectives the cops with a crutch or the new-look lawman. To be a police officer on television these days well- educated and smart isn’t enough. Columbo appears to be neither. As the men Mdison Avenue used to say not so long ago “You gotta have a gimmick. So Perry Mason be hanged they went out and got a gimmick. Some detectives gimmick is “lack.” Kojack lacks hair. Columbo lacks money man- ners and dam near everything else. Angie Dickenson lacks very little except perhaps a decent script. Another gimmick is “ex- cess.” Put a few lights on Can- non’s stomach and he could moonlight as a well-known blimp. “Barne...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

Page Twenty LEGALS Legal Notices 001 D.C.G. a 't put earts and flowers here but HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY 22000 tim es. (2-14) BUSINESS SERVICES B'king Tax Service 031 INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED W ILE YOU WAIT. O r leave vour form an pick them on payday. mates ta a $5. HEIGHTS BOOK­ EEPIN SERVICE 103 E ast Mock- in a ts O 9-9 W weekdays and 8-12 Weekends. 699-3789 699-9229.____________________________ 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 Selec- tion fro O ur Large Stock. monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. illeen...............................................634-4742 _________________________________ (tfn) Electrical Service 045 FOR SALE: 3 Air Conditioners Good Condition: FEDDERS 7000 BTU-$75 FR IG ID A IR E 10000 BTU-S80 Large S E 23000 BTU $295. Call 532-3413. COINS STAMPS SUPPLIES AND METAL DETECTORS Sentinel Classified REAL ESTATE City Property 090 Your Hom...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

Page Twenty-One Winner without devestation By THOMAS PHILLIPS Advertised in the back pages of the Sentinel is a local hobby shop which boasts “Wargame contests every Saturday.” On the shop’s shelves is a modest selection of “Conflict Simultation” games. When owner Raymond L. Johnson is asked why the selection is so slim he sighs replying “We just can’t get them as fast as we sell them. There’ll be some more in a few days. The past time which was re- latively unknown in the late six tie has mushroom ed (sometimes literally in games that include nuclear devices in their com bat) into a na- tionwide phenomena during the last five years. Wargames conflict simulta- tions and other strategy games area fairly new breed of recreation for consumers. They draw on his historical data and attempt to depict a struggle that raged in the past. These games tend to be in- finitely more complex than earlier board games and are directed at the adult con- sumer. With few exceptions they insist on reali...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 February 1975

Page Twenty-Two By ROGER BROWN Psst! Hey! I know a place right here on post where you can get almost anything you want for lunch. That’s right! Almost anything. If your tastes run to the Mex- ican variety you have your ice etw een cheese enchiladas steaming in their own hot gravy and delicious tostados simmered until just the right amount of the juices have mingled to deliver the most pleasing taste. Or if you prefer something a little more substantial check out the chicken and potato choices: hot crispy moist fried chicken with French fries or mashed or boiled potatoes or the tasty tender halves of barbecued bird with the same potato choices. If short order is all you can handle in the middle of the day you have your choice between am rg ers or cheeseburgers cold roast beef a sandwiches. If your mouth waters at the sight of Southern-style de- licacies look for the chitterl- wings and black-eyed peas. And if by chance you need something to fill you up for a full day’s work you can c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 February 1975

VOL. 33 NO. 49 BYJOHNSPANN In December 1974 Secretary of the Army Howard H. Callaway announced that the 3rd Bde. of the 2nd Armd. Div. would be sent to Europe on a six-month rotational basis. One month later Secretary Callaway also announced that the division would add an additional brigade to its ranks giving it four combat brigades. As a result the 2nd Armd. Div. will always have three full brigades at Ft. Hood while one of its 3800 man brigades is in Western Europe under the Brigade ’75 plan. The Brigade ’75 plan is a means of in- creasing Army combat capability in Europe while maintaining the same troop strength there. In order to do this head- quarters and support forces in Europe are being reduced to accomodate the new in- creased combat force. Although concepts involved in the rota- tional brigade will be tested with Brigade ’75 Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. commander said the program of sending battalions from Ft. Hood to Germany is “a permanent affair. The first d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 February 1975

Page Two There is a Reduction In Force (R IF) in store for ap- ro im ate ly 22 hundred Regular Army and U.S. Army Reserve company grade of- ficers. W E A E WOT AKl E a /W O your clocks ahead O/VE i/ft S aturday /7/g trtf O fficially Suvdm Morhiajs 3 a The Departm ent of the Army Active Duty Board (DAADB) will meet on or about April 28 to begin selec- tion of personnel to be “riffed”. All officers released or dis- charged will be from year groups 1967 through 1970 which means active duty entry from July 1 1966 through June 30 1970. Approximately 27 hundred records will be sent to the DAADB from the Military (MILPERCEN) for considera- tion. From this group about 22 hundred captains and lieute- MOS Library extends hours Soldiers facing MOS testing in the future have been given a break in that the MOS Library in Bldg. 1823 48th St. and Bn. Avenue will now be open on Saturday from 7: 30-11:30 a.m. The new hours of operation on Saturdays went into effect Jan. 18. Normal hours will be ob- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 February 1975

Friday February 21 1975 26 slots open The 6th Cav. Bde. (A ir Cmbt) was activated Feb. 20th. Communications and elec- "tronic support for the brigade ill be the task of the 55th Sig. Co. This company like the brigade it ill serve does not form ally exist until its activa- tion. However personnel are presently being selected to fill the Table of Organization and Equipment for the new unit A ll first team field medics (91B) can expect to undergo ‘one week of classroom train- ing during a refresher course designed to make the person- nel at battalion aid stations “'more proficient in screening I sick-call patients administer- |*ing emergency medical care and transporting the sick and injured” according to Master Sgt. John F. Taborn 15th Med. Bn. The course consists of lec- tu and combined lecture ►.and ra tic a a lica tio ^sessions. Each class ill have "about 201st Cav. Div. soldiers Signal personnel sought from the ranks of the 1st Cav. Div. Most of the personnel to fill the 55th Sig....

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