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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

Friday February 22 1974 a 4f a By RICHARD D. STACY NOISE REDUCTION When sound levels are found to present health and safety hazards it becomes necessary to have hearing conservation measures. The Federal safety law has established 90 dB (decibels) on the A-scale level as the noise exposure limitation for eight hours of continuous exposure with higher levels for reduced continuous periods.. These levels are shown below: TABLE OF PERMISSIBLE NOISE EXPOSURE Duration/Day hours 8 6 4 3 2 1% 1 or less While it is not so specified it is evident that these permissible noise levels are intended to apply primarily to indoor areas as are the necessary measures for noise reduction. Out door areas sometimes present noise problems which require special treatment. With this limitation in mind it will be found that noise exposure may be controlled by one of three methods control at the source by changing the noise path by protecting those exposed to the noise. A REAL LIVE WIRE One of the first WACs...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

Page Ten-A W HYDRAULIC LIFTER Private First Class ich ael Sadler checks the hydraulic system that will be used to lift the helicopter off the ground so it can be towed on the large field wheels shown here. The field wheels with their hydraulic system are part of a test being conducted at MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) to study ways of moving are for use on hard smooth When a helicopter is flying it can be as swift and graceful as any bird. But put a helicopter on the ground and it becomes little more than a sitting duck unable to move and hide un- der a tree or other cover. And th a t’s the problem currently being considered by a A SSTEK (M modern A rm Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) at West Ft. Hood how do you move a helicopter when it’s on the ground with the engine shut off? Cam ouflage experts at MASSTER recognized the problem early when they ere te tin iffe re materials to camouflage the distinctive shape of a helicop- ter. And no...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

Friday February 22 1974 A SPORTS A ruined bruin By JERRY REED They said that it was really terrible just un- believeable. It happened last Friday and Saturday. They are still talking about it and probably will for some time Yes it was truly something to behold. What was everyone talking about? The big hunting accident that occured in the Pacific Northwest over the weekend. It has been described as one of the worst of its kind. The story goes something like this last Friday night a group of hunters from Southern California journeyed into Oregon their game ducks and beavers. I The hunting party consisted of several men ranging I in height from below six feet to slightly over seven feet they were basketball players. These cagers ranked the tops in the country were members of the U.C.L.A. Bruins. The Bruins were looking to trap the Beavers of Oregon State and the Ducks of the Univer- sity of Oregon. If the Bruins had been successful in their attempts they would have remained undefeated ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

Page Two-B A t* ‘i SVA JET THE BALL Members of the Dependent Youth Activities basketball Yearns battle for the ball during last week’s action. The Ft. Hood youth’s The Flu we had in this house could not have been tlje strain. It HAD to be A thru and all inclusive. 'The only way I can explain my preference of Teen music over Country-Western music is) I ’ve never been a broken- a rte y but I finite ly have been a dissident Teen-ager! !One of our neighbors decided to raise rabbits to supplement the family meat SOpply. He spent a lot of fnoney and time building hut- ches and laying in a food sup- ply for the creatures. Bnt he made the mistake of naming ihem according to their per- sonalities. BIG TIME SLACK JACK MULLIGAN WRESTLING SATURDAY MARCH 2 TEXAS DEATH MATCH HOSE LOTHARIO VS. BLACKJACK MULLIGAN NO TIME LIMIT MUST BE A WINNER 2ND MATCH JERRY MTES BOB ORTON s. GREAT MEPHISTO Apache Bell Ramos PLUS 2 OTHER EXCITING MATCHES FOR ALL TICKET INFORMATION 5 2 6 -5 7 7 7 KILLEEN BOY’S CLUB...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

4 =3 Enlisted personnel with two a rs of co lleg to th ir credit may be able to return to college this fall all expen-. aid anew program announced recently by Dept of the Army. DA Circular 145-10 outlines the program which will offer up to 50 full scholarships to enlisted persons who qualify for Army ROTC Scholarships. The two-year scholarships pay for all tuition fees lab se s te tb and ec essary ate ria ls and provide as well a tax-free $100 th ly su sisten ce allowance for the months of th a to a maximum of 20 months. The scholarships do not provide room and board. Persons who are eligible may draw upon educational benefits from VA as well as those offered by the scholar- ships. In ad it to rm a academic courses and those in ROTC participants will be required to attend a Senior ROTC sumer camp during which they will receive half a a lie tea years of serv ice or about $300. (ft MAM 6ATS' O A TfeM NlS TT Up a a a plicants ill be appointed second lie tea ts in the United States Army...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

Page Four-B Recreational Services EQUIPMENT CHECK-OUT The Outdoor Recreation Equipment Check-Out Center Bldg. 2238 is now open Mon. thru Fri. from 7:30 to 4:30 p.m. The Center is open to all military and their depen- dents retired included. The items available for checkout are tents sleeping bags Coleman Stores lanter- ns outboard motors rods & reels bows & arrows hor- seshoes softball equipment and back packs. A few of the items have a nominal check- out fee while others are free. For further information call 5-8238. WOMEN TENNIS LESSONS All women (military type) interested in learning how to play tennis had better check this out. FREE tennis in- for women (military type) has begun and practice sessions are held every Wed. at tennis courts 1-2 near the main PX at 5 pm. For additional infor- mation call 685-2305 or 685- 6542. MUSIC CENTER The Ft. Hood Music Center has been relocated to Bldg. 3205 in the old hospital area on the corner of Battalion Ave. and Hospital Road. Pra...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

22 1974 -i Dr. Cook’s Garden” is now a fresh but fading memory in the minds of those who worked so hard to make it a success. Everyone connected with the theatre was very pleased with the reception that it received through its four night run. There are really only four essential elements 44 /jffdt'k$je$u)°ttfc in any production that calls itself th a tre The first three—^story performers and ta a a a een working together for five eeks and th re is an elem en of fun in th at. However when that last essential—an audience—is ad- ded things that can really be pmcts sncm Old Pal Dog Food Aspirin Tablets Iodized Salt Safeway Special! WonChH No Beans. Heat and Serve! 15-OZ. Can Compare and Save! Black Pepper OO 4 Trader Horn. Ground 4-oz. Can French’s Mustard Canned Milk Coffee Tone {Safeway Coffee jUpton ^Powdered Sugar Lucerne. Evaporated Can Non-Dairy Creamer Jar 99* Pre-Ground Bag Tea Bags 28* Orange Pekoe Pkg. 23* Condi Cane Pkg. .: Safeway Dairy-Deli law Prices! Cole Slaw 49* Lucerne...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

Page Six-B Regular Program s: Monday thru Friday National Ahthem 7:59 a.m & 8:29 p.m. Weather FH News W hat’s Happening 8:00 a.m. noon 5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m. Monday February 25 8:37 Air Traffic Control Radar Pt 1 8:48 Night Observation Device AN/TVS-4 9:00 First Aid: Everyday Emergencies 10:02 Race Relations in the Army 11:00 he N -D isa ility Retirement 11:47 US A rm O a tio a eath Program 12:27 Venomous Anim als: Arthropods 1:00 Welcome to rt Hood The Aero Scout Power of Suggestion Elevation & Relief Pts 1 2&3 EMC: Psychological First Aid Tac Radio Teletype Pt 1 The Perfect Drug Call Me mister Of Ships and Butter Burglary in the Barracks Bob Hope esert Classic 1972 W illiamsburg Story of a Patriot Los Angeles: W here It's At arran ounty: Where the West 1:23 2:00 2:23 3:00 3:12 4:00 4:31 5:27 5:55 6:00 6:25 7:27 7:53 Begins 8:00 Hawaii Crossroads of the Pacific Tnesdny February 26 8:27 Physical Fitness 1 9:00 Mech Tng on the .45 Cal Pistol Pt 1 9:38 Responsibility 10...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

k» Friday February 22 1974 I SB Jefferey jetted to Australia over the recent holiday season in search of ways to end the fuel crisis. During his stay he counseled with lovely Miss Sue Egan in Sydney and the pair spent their spare hours “A JOY! STUNNING! BEAUTIFUL!” N TIMES -SATUROAV REVIEW -PLAYBOY Paramount Pictures presents the return of the greatest love story of all time. MMNOlilVTPICTlRLSpifMti Franco Ze ff ir PbgJeWise IE IWKll SHW! BMI Ml MMNSH UMNHMK S O MOWIVK PHdkfUW IM MKMIMH MHISKMK .s «WHHBaUISUir«0 _»c.o ». MIMH NMKin-MlMi at IBM I’M 'helping O (M M/ down hector policemen GORMAN AND JOE QOLOONA POLL A HILARIOUS HEIST IN IlH E COMEDY COPS AND s4 filmed on cation IN NEW VORK ClTV.f steal VouR iTHEV’LL LAUGHS TONITEAT A 3 I AND THORS. AT PALMER.^/ I I I or NCO Academy a ate 119 in it graduating class of 1974. The ceremonies which- were held Feb. 8 featured Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Ogas of the 2d Air Cavalry Combat Brigade 1st Cav. Div. as the guest speaker. SSG Larry Prince of the ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

Page Eight-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice to Public BUSINESS SERVICES Misc. Services 063 AUTO 010 S I E I N O E A SERVICE our om Our O ffice $5.00 aily 9 to 9 bv appointment Call marry C. S chirm er (USA ret) 634-0885 (3-15) Professional 018 W. A. ROACH DVM and W. M. EA RN EY DVM announce The A a of A E S A WILSON DVM in the practive of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery at KILLEEN VETERINARY CLINIC 500 West ancier Avenue Killeen Texas. BUSINESS SERVICES B'king Tax Service 031 HAVE PENCIL WILL TRAVEL Income tax returns prepared in your home. Phone 547-5961 or 773-5536._____ INCOME TAX REFUND TIME Fast Courteous Service (!4 & Up YEAR ROUN TAX & BOOKKEEPING Two Locations: Henry L. Linder Cowhouse MOTOR Hotel (Next to Chamber of Commerce) Carl D. Ogle 404 North Gray (Old arter Printing Bldg.) See Us First! UPHOLSTERY CENTER 10th & Ave. (Just South of RR on 10th) 634-5272 Complete or Repair AUTO UPHOLSTERY ORIGINAL MATERIALS AVAILABLE Vinyl Tops-Port Windows-Carpets OPEN: 7:30 A.M. to ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 February 1974

Friday February 22 1974 rigade review coming up The weather caused post- ponement of the 13th Support Brigade’s first Non Com- missioned Officer (NCO) Review in two years last month. Although rain dam- pened the ground the spirits of the NCO’s weren’t and so on February 27th the Senior NCO’s will assume command of the brigade. Assuming the role of the brigade commander Colonel Chris W. Stevens Jr. the brigade sergean major Command Sergeant Major (CSM) George W- Layne will be the reviewing officer at the 1 p.m. ceremony. Headquarters will be CSM ero J. Kraus. Kraus Special Troops Bat- talion Sergeant Major has selected all four members of his staff for the review. Selected for Staff positions were Sergeant Major (SGM) Ulysses J. Carter SGM John C. Ward SGM Colbert S. Flagg and SGM George Wheeler. CHILD ABUSE Think about" it" FAITH You’ll be reminded of easy going spring- time when your car has a Straight Shootin’ Winter Tuneup at Cove Ford. stsu FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Gray and...

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

Page Ten-B (Roy D. Holt is a 71-year old native of Central Texas who is well versed on the history of the West. With Sen- tinel staff artist S. J. Stout he is compiling a book on the history of the region. Ed.) By ROY D. HOLT Torrey’s Trading Post was sta lis in 1844 on Tehuacana Creek a few miles east of Waco and on the in- vitation of President Sam Houston. It was licensed by the Republic of Texas and Libraries turn up in the damdest places. Who would have thought you would fin one in Playboy Center on Chicago’s Michigan Avenue? Of course all major publishing houses have E ito ria Research Libraries and Playboy is no exception. No reputable is ld allow a a to be rin te without verifying it for truth and a cu ra cy A current series on organized crime as a in the library’s material on the Syn- dicate. Timing is an important fac- tor in publishing. A recent ar- le on 20 ic arriageable women was a operated for a number of years under the same name. It was sold in 1849 to George Barnar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 March 1974

VOL. 32 NO. 51 v5 By TOM WOLSFELD W hat’s in a nam e? W ell if your nam is Recreation Services that just about explains it all. According to Noah Webster recreation is: refresh- ment in body or mind as after work by some form of play amusement or relaxation. The people at Recreation Services attempt to provide the means for that refreshment for the residents of Ft. Hood. All that the soldier has to fur- nish is a little interest and a warm body. The function of Recreation Services (form erly known as Special Services) is simple. “Our primary mission is to provide recreation for 110000 people” explained aj. Leonard Warchol. “This includes soldiers dependents retirees and their dependents and authorized civilians.” The Army Regulation under which Recreation Ser- vices falls cites specific principles to which they must adhere. According to the AR the programs must be contemporary and relevant and must provide a change of pace from the duty environment by allowing civilian attire equal ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 March 1974

*’age Two-A t: By DAVE BENNETT Here it is March already. The unique month that stands all alone in folk legend as the one that’s due to make its entry like a lion and exit like a lamb. Or eOme in like a lamb and leave with a roar. As long as one end is different from the other. But you watch. I bet Texas won’t play fair. I bet they don’t let the poor lion show his teeth at either end. I bet they let the lamb monopolize March. It’s not that I’ve got anything against lambs. JVhenever there’s picnicking or baseball playing or swimming or just plain lolling around to be done a lamb is a weatherman’s best friend. Lambs are gen- tle sweet warm pleasant and mild and a lot of people like their atmospheric conditions the same way. Me though I’m not too crazy about it. I’ll take the lion any day. Give me a March with a bite to it one that really pounces on you when you’re unprepared and shows little mercy to its prey. A March like a lion can really make you feel like you’re on a safari in the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 March 1974

Friday March 1 1974 So what if people laugh at what I am or what I do. I hope that keeps them so busy they'll leave someone who doesn’t deserve to be laughed at alone. OPEN: McDonalds Here comes Spring! Lookit all the pretty green things sprouting up! Dandelions! Ragweed! Chickweed! Ya have to admire their never waning spirit! McDonald’s Quarter-Rounder with cheese. Asandwkh where the meat really takes over. Get up and get away to McDonald’s for a Quarter-Rounder with cheese. Sn. O Ibsrs. .7:00 A.M. to 1:00 A.M. Fri. and Sal ....... 7:111 A.M. to 3:00 A.M. Rancier & 4th KILLEEN DISCOUNT CENT**! The 13th Spt. Bde. is going to ar. is ar is not fought ith ta s guns a a weapons. It’s fought with low a lo rie a sic a recreation and command em- phasis. The ar of the 13th Spt. Bde. is against FAT. Before an individual can participate in the program a a a in a is required. Enlisted personnel should go to building 3402 to make an appointment for the first three days of the week at least ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 March 1974

Page Four-A Inventory demonstrates Rec. Services fills wants One of the important steps in problem solving is to take an immediate inventory of one’s assets. Upper- most in the minds of all Ft. Hood personnel is the question of how to spend spare time profitably during week-ends and after work. There is and has been a concerted effort on post to provide entertainment and relaxation for the soldier and his dependents during his tour of duty at Ft. Hood. A diversified program backed by thousands of dollars is being carried out by the Recreation Services Branch. The results of this program are readily in evidence if one takes a minute for a close look at what is going on in the area. Before anyone says “there just aren’t any places to go for a good time here” he should examine him- self for just exactly what he wants to do in his spare time. If it comes to a question of taking up a hobby there are clubs at Ft. Hood whether you wish to collect insignias or sky dive. Sports buffs can tak...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 March 1974

Friday March 1 1974 WACO BOUND Volunteers label blood in prepration for the journey to Waco. The blood will go to the Regional Red Cross Blood Bank there where it will be OPEN UP Mrs. Nathan Vanaman wife of Colonel Vanaman Post Dental Qinic takes temperature of Pvt. Glenda McClendon 2nd Armored Division Infor- mation Office as part of procedure prior to donating Wood. A brief medical history is taken to determine Study guides available The MOS Library Bldg. 1823 48th St. and Battalion Ave. has received study guides for MOS tests to be given in May. Personnel are urged to use these guides at the MOS Library at the arliest opportunity to facilitate use by everyone. Hours of operation are 7:30 to 11:30 ?um. and 12:30 to 8:30 p.m . a through Friday. Since there is only one copy of the guide in the following fields publications cannot be removed from the library on loan. Guides are available in the following fields: OOG OOH OOJ 03B 11C 11D 11G 11H 15B 15D 15F 16F 16H 16Z 17C 17K 21T 22M ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 March 1974

i'age Six-A $ *r r^ I t* SO YOU WANT TO BE A ROCK AND ROLL STAR Besides presenting plays and workshops the Music and Theater Program offers the aspiring musician a 'A:-X\V 5" i*V 9 1 '41 ai&JV & ALL’S WELD THAT ENDS WELD facility and as an art tool. There is an The welding shop which is run by the instructor who teaches direct metal Arts and Crafts program serves a two- sculpture and regular welding skills fold purpose. It serves as an auto repair %z .CJ um er* YF" *. Jj The best fashion eyewear in sight is at Texas State Optical. 4 a S a 227 Avenue at Gray O O A IC IS E N S E S KILLEEN HlfS wb chance to display his talents. All types of musical instruments and equipment are available for use. #«*A I A 1400 East Hwy. 190 5%. FORT HOOD SENTINEL .• S DO YOU HEAR WHAT I HEAR? The libraries on post offer listening rooms where individuals can come and listen to their favorite ijiusic in privacy. Records (Story from Page 1A) Maj. Warchol estimated that 65 per cent of the 20 millio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 March 1974

*xhi jL* 4 MX .* F^V' wx £v 5 1 1 1974 ^ome If MugaFs*-. nftesEF I* 'I. fc*y in a ork on their cars. INSERT TAB “A” INTO SLOT “B” shop has a grease rack Car wash racks The Arts and Crafts program features and 36 bays in which to work. Tools and an Automotive Shop where soldiers can supervision are also provided. ►me in and work on their cars. TheneI ment. Stefek said that this marina is for the “drug- store type fisherman. There area lot of people especially wives who don’t like to go out in boats but who like to fish. This place is for them.” I Outdoor Recreation sponsors a boat dock which is open 24 hours a day. It has about 70 boats for rent including fishing boats with motors seven ski boats 12 sail boats and 26 paddle boats. It also has a plat- form pontoon boat with a capacity of about 30 which large groups can rent. “There’s no limit as to what kind of boating you can do on that lake” Stefek explained. “We’ve got *jithe boats and the lake sure is big enough.” “We’re also tryi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 March 1974

i^age Eight-A A Every mirth day wit's the same big puzzle for me as I look in the mirror. Phase it out or recycle it? THE MAGNIFICENT TOUCH Breaking A Mirror Is Good Luck In A Way It Moans You'll Last At Least Seven More Years! You'll bo in good luck whon you buy your now Capri from mo. I'll gtvo you a bkyclo FREE! COURTESY LINCOLN-MERCURY W *»t of id ow all illeen 5 2 6 4 1 9 1 CEDAR GROVE COPPERAS COVE 5 4 7 -4 2 9 3 before Y’AII Come To Information Office'’ Killeen Midtown Mall Parking Lot 0 a I \\S0 440 Plaza Mini-Mall ST LO in LINE LADIES & JUNIORS FASHIONS Featuring Country Miss Country Suburban Pant Suits Dresses Coordinates Blouses Slacks Jeans OPEN 10:00 A.M.to 6:00 P.M. Mon. thru Sat. VISIT OUR CLEAN DRY MODERN PARKS WITH THEIR SAFE LIGHTED PAVED STREETS THEIR BEAUTIFUL GRASSY LOTS AND PLAYGROUNDS ON-SITE FINANCING TWO MONTHS LOT RENT MOBILE HOME PARKS YOU BUY YOUR MOBILE HOME I TEMPLE 7 7 3 -9 0 6 3 FORT HOOD SENTINEL 9 flB I O N E E SX-727 AM-FM Stereo Receiver SAVE ...

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