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Ma-cb 15, 1974
TID Artists Garner
five Awards at STC
Regional Art Contest
SHOWBOAT MOVIE RATINGS
The objeclive of the ratings is to
Ceramic Club Slow Slated .. ... ........... 2
Seabee of Year Chosen . ................... 3
Best of show and four of the eight other MilItary Ball Set Tonight .... ....... . .... . . 4
inform parents about the suitability of
awards presented were garnered last Trio Receive Eagle Badges .......... .... . 5
movie content for viewing by their
children. Naval Weapons Center Sports . . ...... . ... ... .. . ...... ..... ....... 6
Friday by three NWC employees who en-
Ch ina Lake UCLA Educator To Speak ................. 7
tered their work in the Southern California (Gl - ALL AGES ADMITTED Calitornla Vol. XXIX, No. 10 TIDArtistsWmAwards .... .............. 8
Regional Art Contest conducted in Los General Audiences
Angeles by the Society for Technical (PGI -ALL AGES ADMITTED
Communications. Parental Guidance Suggested
Local participation in this event was
encouraged by the Sierra-Panamint
Under 11 requires accompanying
P.rentor AduH Guardian
Recreation Council OKays
OIapter of STC, with Larry Weeks serving
as art contest chairman.
Danny C. Jones, a vispal information
CS - Cinemascope
STD- Standllrd Movie Screen
Regular starting time-7:30 p.m.
New Look at Fees Charged
specialist in the illustration and Design
Branch of TID's Graphic Arts Division,
returned home with the "best of show"
Intramural Sports Teams
FRI . 15 March A lengthy discussion at Tuesday mor- Shoaf. At the top would be the Division A
award for his full color rendering of a Shrike ning's meeting of the Joint NavY-Civilian
"LADY ICE" (92 Min. Released July 73) varsity program for the Center's top
missile. Donald Sutherland, Jennifer O'Neill Recreation Council about NWC's intramural athletes, a Division B varsity program for
Jones Wins Three Awards (Action) In Miami, Donald Sutherland takes a
valuable necklace from fat hood Bufte Dee.
sports program and its operation was the less accomplisbed players who are still
Jones, who was presented a total of three forerunner to a motion (passed un-
Sutherland is actually an insurance investigator, serious about competitive athletics, and a
awards, also received "distinguished working undercover as a mechanic for Patrick animously) which calls for abolishment of fun recreation level program that would
technical communication" awards for the Magee's foreign car concern . Magee has been set
up in a legitimate bus iness by gangster Jon
the fee schedule covering intramural sports include teams wishing to oompete from
Shrike drawing, as well for a line art-
montage. Cypher, who loves his daughter Jennifer O'Neill. activities at China Lake tbat was various department's or organizations on
Without an.,. effort, Sutherland keeps an eye on establisbed last year. the Center.
Bill Erwin, head of the Special Design O' Neill , she being happ.,. to fence stolen jewels
wh ile her father wants to quit. ( PG ) Instead, the responsibility will be placed Advance PI.nning
Section of TID's Iilustration and Design When, several weeks before each athletic
upon John Shoaf, head of the Special Ser-
Branch, was another of NWC's recipients of SAT. 16 March
season begins, it is known bow many teams
vices Division, and his staff, to set up an
an award for "distinguished technical - FAMILY MATINEE-
will be involved in each level d. play, the
" RIDE THE HIGH COUNTRY" (9. Min.) intramural sports program that can be
communication," while Pat O'Dell, a
Randolph Scott, Joel McCrea (G) operated year-round on a break-even basis. cost of athletic field maintenance, whether
technical illustrator in the same branch,
received an " award of merit" for her - EVENING- While this will still require the payment of or not trained officials are desired, and
isometric line art entry. "HEX" (93 Min . Released Nov . 73) fees for all accept exclusively military wbat, if any, awards will be at stake, then a
Plenty of Competition TECHNICAL ART CONTEST WINNERS - Five of the nine awards presented T ina Herezo, Keith Carradine teams, the leeway now allowed by the schedule of fees can be determined, both
during the Society of Technical Communication's Southern California Regional
(Suspense Drama) A troop of doughboy DUAL CELEBRATION - The 107th Recreation Council will permit the Specia1 Dentin and Shoaf stated.
In addition to the 16 entries from the veterans, headed b.,. Keith ·Carndine and Scott anniversary of the Navy's Civil
Naval Weapons Center in STC's Regional Art Contest were won by Naval Weapons Center employees. They are (from left) Glenn, drives motorc.,.cles through the pla ins and Services Division to meet well in advance of As an elUllllple of the reason for the need
Engineer Corps .and the 32nd birthday to move in this direction, Shoaf reported
Art Contest, there also were 20 other entries Danny Jones, who picked up three .awards, including " best of show" honors ; and amuse themselves b.,. tearing up a small town. 'the beginning of each athletic season to
Pat O'Dell and Bill Erwin, who won one award each. The.,. seek refuge from some angered locals at a of the Seabees was observed at a din- that be is just now trying to finalize
by employees from such firms as farm owned b.,. two m.,.sterious sisters. The ner-dance held last Friday at the
discuss with representatives of those who
Honeywell, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, sisters, pla.,.ed b.,. Tina Herazo, dark other.worldly will be participating the kinds of program jreparations for the volleyball season that Is
Community Center. A crowd of some
the Ralph M. Parsons Co., Lockheed
California, Continental Data Graphics and HAPPEIIIGS AROUID Iwe and something of a witch, and Hilarle Thompson,
light, sweet and genuine, had an Indian father,
who apparently taught th~ magical powers
150 persons, including the Center's top
military and civilian personnel, at-
Need for Criteria Stressed
(Continued on Page 3)
the American College of Emergency
Members and guests of the American Association whose members discussed new
which Herazo abuses. (PG) tended this annual affair. The CEC Both Sloaf and Marty Dentin, NWC King Selected
Asaoclatlon of University Women (AAUW) divorce legislation. Currently he Is the NWC SU N. 17 March birthday cake was cut by Copt. W. H. athletic director, in their reports on this
The entries of each of the award winners
at STC's Southern California Regional Art
will meet for a poUuct luncheon on Satur-
day, at 12:30 p.m., at the clubbouse, MIl W.
Staff Judge Adwcate.
For futher information concemlng the
"INVASION OF THE BEE GI RLS"
(17 Min. ReI. July 73)
Sturman, head of the Public Works
Department, who was the senior Civil
matter to the Recreation Council stressed
the need for establishing a criteria for all
Contest will now be taken to the STC in- Ward St., Ridgecrest. luncheon, call Donna Stratton, program William Smith. Anita Ford Engineer Corps officer present,
ternational Technical Art Contest and
The guest speaker will be Cdr. Herbert O. chairwoman, at 446-2897.
(Action Drama) In a series of strange, erotically
sex~1 encounters, men are dropping dead like
assisted by Mrs. Sturman. The festive
sports programs that would include
breaking down each athletic activity into as Of Month Here
Exhibit that is to be held at St. Louis in May .Bricbon, who will dIacuss the "Legal flies in a typical suburban community in event included congratulatory remarks many as three different levels of com- Aviation Structural Mechanic (Hy-
in conjunction with STC International Rights of Women." Cdr. Brickaon Is a St. Patrick's Day Fete Set California . The town's principal industry is a U.S. by Rear Admiral Paul E. Pugh (at petition. draulic) Second Class Roy Stephen King has
Conference. graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law Sure naow, and it's the time for the scientific·experimental laboratory . Federal in · right). NWC Commander , who been selected as Bluejacket of the Month
vestigator William Smith, letting in from For each level of competition, it is
School and Is a veteran of 17 years in the wearin' 0' the green. The day to honor St. reminisced about his experiences in the for March.
Guest speaker at last Friday's art show Washington , is drawn into b izarre adventures foreseen that the need for baving paid of-
Navy. Seven years were spent in the Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, will be while seeking to solve the mysteriOUS murders. past with the Seabees. Following
and banquet in Los Angeles was James O. ficials, and varying kinds of awards or The Athens, Tex., native, who is a 3~ year
PIilllIpines wbere be gained experience in celebrated at the Commissioned Officers' Autopsies reveal tha t the men appear to have died dinner, the evening was rounded out by
Pennock, international president of the from mass ive coronary attacks . (R) trophies for the winners, plus other details, veteran of the U.8. Navy, works in the OMD
international relations. Mess tomorrow with a floor show, buffet and dancing to music provided by a combo
Engineering Model Society, whose subject dancing. will probably be different. It is jroposed,
RecenUy Cdr. Brickaon was a member of MON . from the COMNAVAIRPAC band.
was " Three Dimensional Technical Com- therefore, !bat such differences be Ironed
A floor show, featuring " The Burroughs Band Boosters &
munications. " a panel sponsored by the Kern County Bar
illusionairs," who will present s1eight-<>f- out well before eacb season begins, in order
Cerro Coso College pres.nt
hand and magic tricks, will begin at 9:30 Stan Kenton a nd his Orchestra , ' p .m . Community Council Gets Word that the appropriate fees can then be
establisbed to the end !bat the result will be
p.m. The " First Engagement," a local
l'UES. & WED. 19·20 March
dance band led by Tony Scanlon, will
provide music for dancing from 9 p.m. until
"TH E OPTIMISTS" (111 Min. ReI. Oct. 73)
Peter Selters, Donna Mullane
On Proposed Cable TV Service a break-even operation on costs.
The three levels of intramural sports
1:30 a.m. (Comedy-Drama) Elderl.,. Peter Sellers, a Members of the China Lake Community Phillip R. Antoine, president of Pacific programs that are envisioned were outiined
The buffet will feature the old Irish former music hall headliner, eams a meager Council board of directors, and other in- Master Systems, Inc., began his presen- in a report by DeAkin, with backing from
standby, corned beef. Also hanging beef, existence as a sidewalk entertainer.throughout terested local residents, attended a meeting tation by assuring his listeners that he has
London . His onl.,. companion is small and lovea ble
Irish potatoes, boiled cabbage, mashed
potatoes Colcannon, and ham and peas with
Susie (as Bella). an aging dog. Into his life come
Donna Mullance, 11, and John Cafter.,., 6,
Monday night at the Community Center to
hear about the operation of a proposed cable
no intention of trying to put China Lake's
own TV booster system out of operation. "I
leech soup will be served. Cost of the buffet
is $4.75 per person, which includes the floor
toughened b.,. a lack of family love. ( PG )
THU RS. & FR I. 21·22 March
TV system within the Indian Wells Valley. hope you keep going," he said.
He emphasized this point again later in
Miffed at Fed'l
Faith and begorrah, don't miss it! " CHARLEY AND THE ANGEL" lost Time Accident the meeting wben he stated that his cable
(94 Min. Disney Production) TV franchise to serve this area bars in-
PTA To Elect Officers Fred MacMurray, Cloris Leachman
(Comedy) A pleasant fantas.,. with Fred Mac·
Reduces figures On terference with the operation or Iicen~ of Strong exception to an editorial publisbed
The Murray School PTA will hold a in the March 6 issue of Federal Times was
special meeting next Thursday, March 21, at
Murra.,. the owner of a hardware store during the
earl.,. depress ion years, h is w ife Nettie ( Clor1s
NWC Safety Sign the existing television booster.
Development by the Hughes Co. of what taken during last week's meeting by the
Motorists and pedestrians passing by
7:30p.m., in the Murray School Cafetorium. Leachman), a teen-age daughter and two children . be called an audio modulation link has made board of education of the Sierra Sands
The whole family has a des ire to visit the Chicago the Safety Sign on the NWC Ad-
On the agenda for this meeting will be World 'S Fa ir . But not MacMurray. Business is bad it feasible to operate a cable TV system over Unified School District. AMH-2 Roy Steph~n King
nominations and election of officers for 1974- ministration Building IlIwn most likety The Federal Times' editorial was writien
and he has no time for such fOldera!. So along the wide area that he proposes to serve, Airframes Shop at the Naval Air Facility.
75. comes an angel named Roy (Harr.,. Morgan ) who's will notice a change has been m.de in support of a proposal made by President
Antoine stated. From a microwave in- AMH-2 King came to China Lake in
Also on the program will be students from supposed to take MacMurray to the Great Beyond. denotirHJ a reduction in the number of Richard M. Nixon, which calls for a halt to November 1971 from "A" School, in
So now things start to happen. (G) " stallation set up on Soledad Mt. near
the Murray School Foreign Language man-hours worked without a lost-time federal subsidies to school districts with Memphis, Tenn. Although he didn't
Mojave, Pacific Master Systems, Inc., has large Civil Service and military populations.
Department. Under the guidance of Andrew accident. graduate from high school: he took the
plans to extend its cable TV ooverage to Particularly disturbing to board members
Petach, foreign tanguage teacher, the The chllnge is attributable to an GED test while in the Navy and received his
Mojave, North Edwards, CalIfornia City, of the newly-fonned Sierra Sands District
students will present a preview of their From PLACE employee in the Engineering Depart- high school diploma.
Boron and Rosamond, in addition to the was the statement in the editorial that;
activities coming up at the Foreign ment who was i!"iured on Feb. 27 whHe Because of his selection, AMH-2 King will
STAMP local communities of China Lake, "Cancellation of these subsidies would have
Language Festival in Bakersfield on March lowering a heavy steel pl.ate onto a receive an all-expense paid trip to Ba-
23. HIRE Ridgecrest and Inyokern. no direct effect on federal personnel - kersfield for two from the Greater Chamber
I' workbench. At the time, even though
Initially, his cable TV system here will
During the festival the students will bt! the employee felt some pain, he con- civilian or military. " of .Commerce of that city. While in Baker-
competing county-wide in tanguage games provide 11 channels, plus one public service In his 1974 education message, President sfield, the Kings will be housed at the
tinued to work.
and prose and poetry recitation, exercising TO channel, Antoine said but, since all cable Nixon urged Congress to abolish the »-year- Bakersfield Inn, where they will also
MOTHER-DAUGHTER TEA - Girls of Brownie Troop 310 held a mother- A subsequent medica I examination
daughter tea last Monday in coni unction with the celebration of Girl Scout Week, their skills in French, German, Spanish and systems ¥e reauired by law to have a »- old program of aid to school districts with receive their meals.
has revea led. however. that surgery
March 10 - 16. The event was held in the Richmond School auditorium. In at- Russian. channel capability, there is a possibility for children whose parents work on, but do not In addition, King will be presented with
will be required to correct a tear of the
tendance were 15 parents of the girls, including Kathy Hayes (I.) , and Pat For further information, contact Florence expansion in the future . live on, federal installations. Some 4,800 discount coupons and gift certificates from
bicep tendon. which will result in loss of
Coleman . Mrs. Coleman is also the retiring Brownie coordinator for the entire Wilson, vice-president of the Murray School Antoine's experience in this field, he told districts are currently eligible for School Bakersfield merchants that participate in
time from the job.
area. -Photo by PH3 D. M. Jenereaux PTA, phone 448-4350. (Continued or Page 3) <Continued on Page 5) (Continued on Page 3)
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PROMOTIONAL Coordinator For Educator From UCLA To Speak
Apptlc.tlons for positkMIs ils" In this column will be
Spanish-Speaking At March 22 Meeting 01 AIAA Employee In
.copted from curr...t NWC employ... and shovkl be
filed wlttl ,... ...,-sans named In ,... ad . All otNrs
dHirl ........ ,toyment with fM Nav.' We.pons c:.ttt.r
may cont.d .... Empfoymeftt DlviSioft. Code 651,
The appointment of Joe Lopez, Jr., as the
Dr. Alfred C. Ingersoll, associate dean for
Continuing Education, at UCLA's School of
Wisconsin, in Madison, and since that time
has served in many different capacities with
Ext... stoft 2I6f. Curr...t .ppllcaUons UF-ln) M SpanisIHpeaking Program Coordinator for Engineering and Applied Scien~, will be p,'ofessional societies. Dick Krausman, heail of the Air Operation
St.ndard Form 1m sIIoukl be sulNnl.,.. ""1"Ilnt ywr the Naval Weapons Center was announced the guest speaker at the March 22 meeting of
WOf'1I history up to ..... If .... has not ...... SUMI"" He is a Fellow of the American Society of Division's Operations Branch in the Test
within fM lut , 1ftOfItM. The f.d .... t posiHofts ar. recenUy by Rear AdmIral Paul E. Pugh, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Civil Engineers and past president of the and Evaluation Department, is another of
actver1bH In ttlls column don Mf precl.... 1M ... Itt
otMr mHlls to fill ...... positions. Part of the r.nkl ..
NWC Ommander. Astronautics. Los Angeles chapter of ASCE. In addition, those employees who came here for "two
pnlCHI" . . . . . r ..... as "'''cally .,.Iifled will ... . In connection with this assignmeni, Reservations must be made by contacting years."
wpen.....,. ••• ralul form tMt will be sent .. ....
....,...,...·s ".....m Hd mest receM previws ......
. Lopez' primary duty will be to advance the Jim Serpanos, NWC Ext. 3340; Dick Hulett,
Dean Ingersoll serves on two committees
sponsored by the Mayor of Los Angeles - the "I was going to get out just as soon as I
visor. s.tectlen shall be mMe wi",", dbcrlmlnaHon Navy's AffIrmative Action Program for Ext. 2388; Bill Standard, Ext. 2257, or Temp Science and Technology Advisory Com- could find a good job," DiCk said, "but now,
for any nonmerlt rNSOft . SpanisIHpeaking citizens. Robinson, Ext. 7510, no later than next mittee, and the Citizen's Advisory C0m- they'd have to throw me out. The desert
Automotive MedlMlc WG-5lU-lt, JD No. In·l. (i WbIIe serving as the Center's prindpal Wednesday, March 20. mittee for Rapid Transil really grows on a person," he added.
nand..1 Cede 71764 - Incumbent adjusts. repairs or advIaclr on the unique coocems 01 Spanlab- Dr. Ingersoll's talk will cover He is very. active in both the California Dick comes from Oelwein, Iowa, and was
replaces component ~rts such as engines. transmissIOns.
speeldng cttbens, Lopez will 8SIIft that "Professional Renewal Through Continuing graduated from West High School in
diffel'"entl.ls. fUel pumPS. CMbcKetors. clutdln. st.rt.... and national Societies of Professional
l'Iydr.ullc systems. electrlc.1 and fuel systems, etc .• In. Education." Dean Ingersoll is also the Waterloo, la. He eniered Dubuque Uni-
Engineers and has won many awards and
st.lls electrical wiring .nd conduit. and tests with volt. director of Continuing Education in
meters. amperemeter and Ohmeter. Cleeks .nd corrects honors from the groups, including versity, where he received a bacbelor 01
wheel .lIgnment and balances wheels. IISing specl.1 tools, Engineering and Mathematics for UCLA "Educator of the Year" in 1972 from the science degree in physics and math.
gauges Mel Indicating Instruments. Installs sirens Extension. He immediately entered the University of
spotiiottts.-w:l red warning Ugl'lts on emergency WhICles: Society of Manufacturing Engineers.
Minimum OUlificatton Requl,..,...nts: As outlined In X. Served ProfessiOftllI Groups A social hour will begin at 6:30 p.m. with Iowa at Ames to work on his master's
111C. Job R"'v.nt Crltwta : Must be able to reid and
He received his undergraduate and the dinner to be served at 7:30. Dr. inger- degree. That's wbere he met Dr. Albert
Interpret blueprints .nd Sketchn; mllSl be .ble to use
m.nUfacl'vt'"er·s m .... uals .nd technlc.1 m.nuals to Obt.ln graduate degrees from the University of soll's talk is schedliled at 8:30. Hoyem, who retired from NWC two years
r~ lrecl toler.ncesand me1tlodl or repair ; must be .ble to ago. Dr. Hoyem recruited Dick, who came
work to toler.nces Of .001 Inch .
'17. to work for the Center in Felruary 1951 in
FLOWER CLUBS DO THEIR THING - The seven clubs ""'t be'-Io the Desert
File .ppllcations for .bove wlttl Dor. Childers,. Code
Rm. 210, Ph. Hn. PROMOTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES the Data Assessment Brancb of the Aviation
Empire Distrid of Cillifornia Garden Clubs, Inc., held their seventh annual Computer Operator. GS-ln·s . PD No_ 74S1OU, (WAE) Ordnance Department, under Dr. Hoyem.
Code S131 - Incumbent oper.tes m lnl-eomputer systems. loc.ted In the 'Nord PrOCHllng Center • • cenk.1l1ed
Standard Flower Show on Thursday, March 7, at the Community Center. The does electronic assembly 'WOrk•• nd performs clerlc.1 ""<rId
(Continued from Page 2) dlct.tlon ·tr.nsaibing uni t, Of Cenk.1 St.fl . The In. Joined Flight Test Bruch
typist duties for the branch as needed. Job RMV.nt Minimum Qu.lllic.tlon RequINm ...ts : As defined In CSC cumbents will k.nsalbe memoranda. statlstlc.1 reports.
theme of the show was IIHigh Desert Forecast," and internationally accredited forms. etc .• that have been d ict.ted onto magnetic belts or After a year, Dick joined AOD's Flight
Crlterl. : Must 1'I....e experience In operating the PDP.ll . HandbOOk X·l1l. Job R.I ..... nt Crl ....I.: Ability to orally
judges reviewed flower arrangements in three diHerent categories. Among the express self clearly . Ability to demonskate t.ct and from rough drafts. Incumbents Itten record m.terlal onto Test Branch, headed up by Len Seeley, "I Richard D. Kr.u..... n
Minimum Qu.llflution Requlreemnts: As defined In CSC
winners were n. to r.) Mrs. Robert Rowntree, of the oasis Garden Club, winner of HMldboOk X·lll. courtesy. F.mlllar ity with II br.ry practices. Promotion ~netlc cards using ~ II or Executive Mag C.rd
worked as a project engineer for a couple of the end of that summer," he laughed. '''Ibat
the Best of Show Award for artistic arrangements, and June C. Morgan, president File .ppllutions for .bon wlttl Pat G.unt. BIdg. )4, Rm.
211, PII. 2514.
, ,. Potential : GS·S. TYpeoNriters ; prepare m.terlal Into final copy. maintain
urd library. monllot'" recorders . Minimum Qu.IHtUition years, then I moved over to Baker One was a real hot job, but it worked."
of the Hi-Desert Gardeners of Antelope Valley, who is • uncaster resident. She EIKtronlcs Entineer, GS-I5.~l1 or 12. PD No. 74S5017. t File .pplications for How wlttt Mary Morr . .n. Code
'57. Rm . 211, PII. 2m.
Requirements: As outlined In esc HandbOOk X·llt. JoII
Relev.nt Criteria : Ability to meet de.c:lllnes under
Range and joined Tony Bachinslri's staff as He has garnered several QSIs and Out-
won the Award of Horticulture Excellence. Code SUS - AppllcatJons will be .ccepted from current Contrad and Industrl.1 Specialist. G$oll01-11 , PO No. a range engineer," Dick explained. standing ratings during his employment at
NWC c.reer or c.reer-eondltlon.1 employees only. this pressure ; ability to get along with others In work group ;
I Dick remained there until 1972 when he NWC.
74l5023. Code 3512 - This position Is loe.ted In the System
position Is louted in the RF I EMC E ... I.u.tlon Br.nch. SCiences Division or the E lectronic Systems Department. ability to work rapidly and accurately ; extensl"'e
knOwledge or m~t lc medl. r~ired; .bllity to type A widower, Dick married Elizabeth
Ceramic Club To Open Show on Sunday Product Des9t Dviston Of the engineering Department.
Incumbent Is senior electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
Incumbent an.IY15 and plans procurement .00 con·
tractu.1 requ irements for weapon systems, te<hnlal
efficiently and .ccur.tety .
became head of the branch he now leads.
"I grew up with Walleye and had a very LaDassor, the widow of Walt LaDassor , last
eng ineer. He Is responsible for the Center's EMC " service and research and development programs. He .- Acaunts MIIirlteft.rc. C.... k, G~or S, ~O N ·O.
The Desert Ceramic Club's annual show of The Best of Show entry will be voted upon labOr.tory. f&eillties and equipment . Interprm st..,. Joe Lopez, Jr. assembles • complete procurement package Including 711JU1.). Code 1762 - Recefves .nd processes purduise close association with that group," Dick summer. Between them, the couple has six
members' work will take place Sunday and by those who attend as they view the ca.rds. prepares guidelines .net Instructions for In.
effective relationships are established and
technical requ irements. background inform.fion. d.ta .nd documents. Validates outst.ndlng voud\ers Md dut· said. rve also been associated with Condor, children - Dick's four and Elizabeth's two.
Monday in the Cactus Room of the Com- displays. corpor.tlon of EMC Into contr.cts. Duties include te$1 and sec urity requirements. delivery dates . Inspection sl.ndlng accounts payabl. for aSSigned segments of " ac· Dick's children are Daniel, who is working
ev.luatlon. deSign and de"'elopment. plann ing ad. maintained witb Spanisb-speaking r~ l rements . dra w ings and speCifIcations. pre.. ward
munts. MInimum Quallfkation Requinm ...ts : As deftMct and been through the whole gamut with that
munity Center. . There will be no admission charge for this ministration. 1I.lson. Job Relevant Crlterl.: Knowledge of patent documents Mw::I recommendation for type Of con · In CSC H.ndbookX·ll1. JoD."..,ant crlt.. la : Knowl~ system," he noted. in Ridgecrest; Douglas, a student in
The event will be open to the public on event. organizations and groups in order to reacb or accounting deric.1 methOds and procedures; .bllltY to
EMC quallfic.tJon stanc:a.rdl .nd testing proc:adures. In. tTact . Minimum Qu.lific.tlon Requlrem ...ts : AI defined In Working at Baker One Range has been Phoenix, Ariz.; and David and Barbara, a
Sunday from 4:30 to 9:30 p.rn. and from 8 cluding Trl·Servlce Standards , MIL·STD·"'l. 462. 463. Spanlsb-apeaking manpower resources. meet deadlines undw presswe; .billty to get .1Ong with
AAUW Book Review Gp. Experience In electromagnetic propagatJon. fields. In-
CSC HotndboOk X·ll1. Job Relev.nt Criteri. : Knowledge of
others In 'NOf1t group; ability to :work rapidly .nd .c· very satisfying to Dick. "It's nice to know junior and freslunan, respectively, at
a.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday. In addition, Lopez will participate in the procurement process. sequential milestones. and ac·
tMnH. Understanding Of InstTument.Uon techniques and tlvltles Involved in the wupons .cqulsltlon cycle. curatety. tha t you're employed at the' most Burroughs High School.
On display will be entries in 23 diffe~t To M_t Next Tuesday ~ipment . Minimum Qu.llficathWl RequiNm.mt : As studies to determine whether there are Knowledge or business and industTy procurement prac· Accounting Technlcl.n. GS-S2S-4 or S. "D No. 701713
sophisticated range in the world," he said. Elizabeth's children are Renee, who
defined in CSC Handbook X·lll. barriers whicb limit the opportunities for tices as well as Navy Procurement Office procedures. AMI , Code 1761 - This poSition Is loc.ted In the 81111ng
categories of ceramics work. Wumers in The American Assoclatloo of University File .ppllutlons for .bon with llnQ Grossm.n. Bid,. control Unit Of the Gener.1 Accounting Branch . The In · Some years ago, Dick received the "Thinker works for Continental Telephone Co., in
Spanlsb-speaking citizens, and will serve as Knowledge of ASPR . Navy otnd 000 regulations, dlrec·
each group will be prominenUy displayed, Women (AAUW) Boot Review Group will )4. Rm. 204. ~h . m5.
tives otnd procedures rel.led to precurement or complex cumbent m.intains the Customer Order ledger by en ·
of the Year" award with Bill McIntosb for Bakersfield, and Craig, an employee of the
along with ribbons and trophies. meet at the bome of Janet ~, 225 W. MaIl.ncI File CI..-tl, G$o.s-., PD No. 72225f41Aml, Code an ex-offlcio member 01 the Center's Equal tering source fund .lIoc.tlons , ver"ying .net correcting
251l _ th is position Is in the AdmlnlstTatl ...e Br.nch or the
weapons systems .nd equipment. Ability to de.1 ef·
entered d.ta .nd posting wee4tly Job order costs. In. planning a way to record multiple impacts NWC Fire Division.
The entries will be judged prior to opening Ward, Ridgecrest, on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. Employment Opportunity Committee. f«:tlvely w ith Navy procurement office representatives.
SUpply Department . Incumbent Is responsible for contractor per$OfYIei and other Interested parties . Ad- cumbent .nalY1es costs ag. lnst source funds .v.lI.ble for on a target area. "It was a muscle Job,
the doors to the public. Judges for this Marianne .Kistler will review several gar- receiving .nd diskibuting all correspondence and One of those transferred to 0Iina UIke correct fund placement. Incumbent determines what ac· Dick's- main interests are hunting, both
v.lKement Potential : GS·12. stricUy," he explained. "The ptanes would
year's event will be Beverly Forrest, of dening books: "After Dinner Gardening " documents for the department ; m.lnt.lns IIbr.ry and from Corona in May 1971, Lopez is employed tions .re taken rel.live to expiring functs . eKcesslve costs,
Electronics Technlcl.n, GS-IU-7, PO No. 7435024. (2
and excessive funds ; Is respons ible for bill ing custome:~ Of come in and drop up to 2,000 rounds. Then with bow and rifle, and hiking and camping.
"Wild Flowers of the Southwest," "S~t
centr.1 flln ; dupllc.ting equipment. Minimum
as an electronics technician in the Surface v.unclesl, Code 3524 _ These positions 3re loc.ted In the
Beverly Ceramics in Bakersfield; Mrs. T. Qu.IHlution Requlr ........ts : As defined In the CSC Hotnd. System Design Branch of the RF Development Division. OODorganlzatiorts ; prepares Housing.nd Utility reports . we'd go out and place a placard on each "I also enjoy motorcycling, but only as a
Wayne Harris, of Dickey's Ceramics in Missiles Department's Special Projects
individual impact. Previously, we'd means of transportation," he said. "I'm not
Garden Book" and others. The public is book x · nt. Job R"'vant Crlterl. : Knowledge Of m.1I and Electronic Systems Oepertment. Incumbent does layout. Promotion potenti.' to GS-6. JoII Retevant Criteria :
lIIe procedures. Ability to work IndependenHy. Ability to Division. fabr ic. non. testing ••nd modification Of llne.r and non· OemonstT.ted .billty to consollda te and malnt.ln ,lnanel.1
Ridgecrest, and Karen Kuster, of Kuster's invited to attend. Assisting Mrs. Manning deal effeC1lvely wittl people. Adv.lKem ...t Potential : GS" llne.r Mectronlc drcults uMid In .Ir l.unch«t m lulles. Information in ledger format . Demonstr.ted technical grldded the target area with automobile interested in flyq through the desert," he
Ceramics, also in Ridgecrest. will be June Cook. A native Californian, Lopez was
graduated from Redlands Higb School and
Incumbent designs and constructs special electonlc cir . knowledge and experience In .pptiution of accounting
proeedurn and techniques . Knowledge Of NIF .nd AlJ·
tires from salvage and then a camera, added.
File appilutloM for the .boV. with C.. iN L...ls. Bldg. cuits to interf&ee w ith conventlon.l test equipment. In addition, Dick enjoys auto repair. He
)4. Rm. 212. Ph. un . proprlatlon .ccountlng systems . Minimum QuaIHlcation mounted on a helicopter, would record the
The Rocketeer llbr.ry Ald. 0$01411-3 or llbr.,..,. TecMidan. 05-1411-4,
received an AA degree from San Bernardino Minimum Qu.Ilf1ution RequlNments: As def ined In CSC
Handbook X·lll. Job Retev.nt Crltwla : Knowledge of Requirements : As defined In CSC Handbook X·ll1. entire area," he said. has a small machine shop at his house and
Valley College before starting to work at the
"Everybody was mad enough to fight at manufactures most of his own parts when
OffiCIIl w.ttly ~lUt_ PD No. nSOll, Code 5311 _ As. drculatlOf'!usist.nt, will f.brlcatlng .ncI testing raca.r pulse processing circuitry . File .ppllcatlons fOr aboVe with Ellubettl Soder9Nn,
NIIvI' . . . , . . . c.ater dlarge otnd d lsctlarge IIbr.ry m.terials and file cl'l.rge Corona Lab In February 1963. Ability to communlc.t. effectively both or.lly .nd In Code '56. BkIt. )4. Rm . 206, Ph. 2676.
flIing his car. Elizabeth is also a crafts-
cMcts for the m.terial loaMd. Will answer sfmple
0... . LAke. C.IHentiIi
reference questions MId .sSist IIbr.,..,. ~trons . Duties.tso
Lopez and his wife, Dolcres, are the writing . InckK:Ilng formal reports . Ability to Interpret &nd
man. She mates most ~ ber own clotbes
include Shelving Of books. maga11nes and reports ; sending )J8n!D1s of four cbildren. They are a son,
implement wriHen and verbal Ins kuctions. Ad .... nc.m...t
Potential : GS·ll .
Meet Your and sews whenever she has time. The
• -..n. Pavt e.. ~ oYerdue notices ; 1'I~lIng reserves for Items ; .nd Mark, a years old; and three daughters, Aerospau E .. I...... Electronics En,lneer or Physicist. K.rausman's have nearly completed an
NWCCOmm....... prep. r ing memos regarding circulation m.tte,rs.
Dora, 7, Laura, 3, and Maria, who is 8
months of age.
GS-' I 11 or 12. PD No. 74U025. Code lSSOl - Th is position Is
Community Councilmen 18x40 ft. family room addition on their home
TKhnlul Oirector (AcUng)
(Continued on P.ge 7) loc.ted In the S4lrf&ee tl'lre.t development area of the
Countermeasures OIvlsJon. Eleckonlc Systems Depart-
ment. and Involves the investigation and simulation
foreign "",Nt tKtIQI missJles, .nd USOdatlld r~rs. 1
in Ridgecrest, and Dick tinkers around on
that project when he's not playq golf or
Incumbent will serve as the progr.m corrdinator I stalking an elk.
C. II. V. . H.....
TKhnIcAI Information o.p.tment
Sund.y Worlhlp Service
St.nd.y SChOol-Ail Ages
missile simulation under the direction or the Assocll
He.c:l for SUnKe Threat Development. Duties wlllinciu Results of Local
Wednesd.y Noon Bible Study 11)0 techn ical liaison with Intelligence communities ; s'(Stet"
St.nday School Ctusn we l'I~d In Ch.j)M Mnftn 1, 2, •
( Dorms 5. 6. tllOc.tect opposite ttle Center Restaur ... t .
.n.lysis for the purpose Of dffl ... lng system spccHlc.tlo
and perfor~nce ch.r.cterlstlcs ; Implement.tlOn Credit Union Annual
CommunJon Service first St.ncUly of the month . systems into real time computer softw.re, and tl
gener.tlOn Of user doCUmenl.tlOf'! . Minimum OUalHkati
RequlNmenb : As defined In CSC HandboOk X· llt. J.
ROMAN CATHOLIC Relevant Crlleri.: Incumbent must have • bro.d u The .presentation of yearly reports, the
Mrstandlng Of tactical m issile systems, Includl~ rad.
MASS systems . Ability to perlorm In-depth an.lysls In speclf election of four members to the bQard of
1700fullllls St.nd.yobllg.tJon areas . Knowledge of system engineering in m.klng ayste directors and three members to the credit
0700 (mO 11)0
trade.offs. Ability to deal effectively wlttl others . A
v.ne ........ t Potenti.l : GS· 12.
committee higbJ.ighted the recent annuaJ
alESSED SACRAMENT CHA"El File .ppllutklns for the .bov. with Sue Pr.... owlc meeting of the Naval Weapons Center's
Bldg. )4. Rm. 2tt. PII. un. Federal Credit Union .
_ Cleork (Typing). G5-101·2 or 3, PD No. 721400t AMI. COl
Don It . Yockey .... SS Three incumbents, Dick Hitt, George
Editor Dally exc.-pt Siltwd.y m. 1412 - Shift work . Hours of operation 0700 . 2330. TI'I
First Frld.y only IllS 1700 position Is lOCated In the Vlsltors' Branch of the kurt Silberberg and Bill Arriola were successful
Jack C. Lindsey CONFESSIONS Department. Incumbent has entry control of tempora" in their bids for r~ection to the Credit
Associat, Editor IS&5to 1645 citSUal. otriciil l. seml-oHlcl.l . commercl.1 and foreig
_toD12S ... isltors to the N. v. 1 We~ Center. Duties InckK:I Union board of directors. Also chosen for
N.ncyJeMs CCD CLASSES processing of ~perwork for pesses. maintaining record the board from a field of eight candidates for
Edltorla' As"" ..., St.ncUly
Klndwg.ten thru 6ttt gr.cfes
Sctventh ...d Itt! grades
of visitors. providing Information .nd d irections .n the four open seats was Roy Miller.
m.lntaln lng flies . Minimum Qu.lIficatlon RequlNmenh
PH2 D.W. Ve.tts. PH' O.M. J..,.,... ux Above dusn Me l'I.td In Ch~ Mnexes .crou from
IU defined In CSC Handbook X·ll1. Job Relevant Critw .. . Eight candidates also were in the running
Center Rest.urent .
PH' JtrTy Silemora. ADJ] 8111.rooll;I,
As ...nounced Nlnttl thru 12th gr.ctn Ability to understand and follow secur ity procedUres and PRECINCTS 1 AND 2 of the China Lake Community Council are represented by for membership on the credit committee.
PHAN Shell.. K . RMeII. PHAN Joe Dunn regulations. Must nave typing skill.
"In Hom." OIsciluJon Groups
FUe .pplkatlom ,.. 1M .bove with Chan ..... Robert Fletcher, at lell, and William F. Ball. Fletcher, a member of the Naval With just three seats to he filled, the suc-
Staff Photograph..... Monthly Youth R.III..
ContKt Chapl.in's Office for sp«:ftkS. DOING A LITTLE EXPLORING - Explorer Scouts from PD.t 166, In PDmoM, SiKkowskl. BkIt. )4. -am. 214, Ph. 3111. Weapons Center's civic group for the past two years, previously served IS vice. cessful ones were Alezander Kowalski and
rec~ntlY paid a one dIIy visit to the Nlvl' Weapons Center It the suggestion of their
Ct.rk·Dldati", Madllne Transcriber. GS')I,""" or S. PO president of the CouncWs board of directors. Now, as Council president, he is I William F . Meggers, Jr., both incumbents,
NewtS....... T.....y.4:.'.m . JEWISH SIERVICIE.I No. 7417011 . (l v.cane"') Code 17 - These positions are
................. T ..... '.lI : ••. Ift.lEAST WINO-All 'AITH CHA"lEl advIser Frank McElfish, Jr., the .on of NWC employee, Frank McEIfI.h, Sr. The member of the Policy Board and an ex-oHicio member of all Council committees. and Robert Holloway.
The Rock"..,. receiv., American Forces Press S-VICI Frld.y 1st ...d lrd ONLY
youths were housed in Barracks _0 and Ite their muls with the enlisted men in An NWC employee for the past six years, Fletcher is the lOA (Time of ArriVAl) Once the new board of directors had been
m-'et"''' . AU .... Official U .S. Navy photos unless oftlerwiH ~Strvlus
Identified . Printed weetdy.".,.th approprl.ted f\nds by • Silturd.y
commerct.1 firm k\ conl'"ptlence wftt! Nav ElIOI P15.
Silbbatl'l School .... the mess hall there. They vi.ited the SNORT tr.ck (above), where they were
shown the anthromorphic dummies, test sleds and the diHerent types of hardware
p~~r.am manager in the Electronic Systems Department's RF Development
DiVISion. Fletcher who was elected six weeks ago to Ii II a vacancy on the Coun.
formed, the new officers who were chosen
from holdover and newly-<!lected members
revised July 1951. Oftk, • Nimitz a'Mt UloW'ltMn . In ·
torm.t~ published In tn, Rocket..,. don not nee..... ll.,. UNITARIANS used o~ the sleds. In addition, they toured Matur.ngo Museum and trooped to the ~il'5 board of directors, has been appointed t\) the Ways and Means Committei' . He are: William A. Arriola, president; William
reflec1tt1eottlcla' views of ttle E»pwtmentof Def«lM.
colorSin front of the Administration Building. They were welcomed by LCdr. Ed tS employed as head of the Guidance and Navigation Systems Branch in the J. Baker, vice-p-esident; George Silber-
CHAPEL ANNEX 95
SBvlces Brooks, NWCs Assistant Technical Officer (Surflce). Weapons Development Department's Avionics Division . Fletcher has been at berg, r~ected treasurer, and George L.
''''' China Lake for the past 13 years. Barnard, secretary.
Page Six ROCKETEER March 15, 1974 March 15, 1974 . ROCK'ETEER Page Three
Night Sports Events New Look Taken at Fees for Sports •..
the downhill trend in Youth Center mem-
To Be Curtailed Due (Continued from P.ge 1)
coming up shortly. The fee previously bership.
To Energy Crisis established for top level volleyball teams Observing that alcohol has become a
was $100 each-an amount, Sloat reported, major problem with young people, because
A revised swnmer sports and intramural that will result in eliminating many of the, it is readily available to many of them, Mrs.
athletic program ilas been approved by potential participants in such a pr ogram. Hape noied that when inebriated young
Rear Admiral Paul E. Pugh, NWC COin- The Dinictor of Specia1 Services stated that people are suspended from the Youth Center
mander, earlier this week. The plan will be would like to see the maximum fee for tbe the end result often ls that some parents feel
provide continued substantial and vatied varsity level volleyball team dropped bac!< the Youth Center staff is to blame for taking
athletic programs at NWC, but will meet the .
requirements of the energy crisis by sub-
stantialJy reducing electric power USII8e .----.:=~--=.:
SPORTS to $60.
The intramural program also includes
team competition among women in various
this kind of action, and the friends of those
suspended feel such a move is unjusL
Possible Changes Suggested
over last year's program.
sports, and there, too, the fee schedule will
According to instructions received from
the Naval Material Command late in 1m,
In be adjusted based upon the amount needed
Noting that there is a ban on smoking
inside the Youth Center, Mrs. Hape
the Naval Weapons Center was to cease to operate at a break-even level. _
holding unofficial functions under night The . Tournament Funds Approv.!d
In other business, LCdr. George Baland,
suggested that perhaps this should be
reconsidered, in view of the fact that
lights. The directive read "Discontinue use youngsters who wish to smoke are going out
of outdoor lighting which is not required for the Naval Air Facility representative on the
into the patio and to various other locations
the mission of the Center or security put. Recreation Council, asked and received
to do so. ,
poses, such as ornamental decorations, on approval for an allocation of approximately
On the brighter side, 'the Youth Center SEABEE OF THE YEAR - One of the highlights of the Civil Engineer Corps -
In a teletype message from CHNAVMAT, Seat $150 to cover the cost of entering an aU-
military softball team from NAF and VX~
director reported that although Youth
Center dances have been suspended due to a
Seabee anniversary dinner-dance was the presentation of a uSeabee of the Yor"
award to Equipment Oper.tor 1st C..... e.rl A. Nyholm, who was cit~ for his
also dated December 1973, energy con- By Jack Lindsey in three tournaments that will be a prelude
sumption was to be reduced 15 per cent from A meeting of all persons interested in lack of attendance by those Wlable to afford outstanding performance as • petty officer In Reserve Mobile ConstructIon Bat-
to the annual 11th Naval District tourney. talion 17, Sub·unit 11~ of China Lak• . Presentation of the award to EOI Nyholm
the 1m level. According to Cdr. Brown, the WHAT, AGAIN? - The Loewen's Lions e.gers were crowned ch.mpions of the playing softball this coming season' will be the admission price for bands that were paid
In the past, lack of prior experience in was m.de by Ltjg. Steve P. Bovee, Commanding Officer of the local Se.....
steps to be taken by NWC will reduce energy China LAke Intramural S.sketball League's Division A for the third time in the held at the Community Center on ' Wed- tournament competition has hampered
up to $500 for an evening, the current
. usage by "40 to 50 per cent over the previous past five yaars I..t Saturday ",It ...... r.ly edging the Texas Instruments hoopst..s, nesday, March ~, beginning at 7:30 p.m. avallahility of less costly musical groups Reserve unit. -Photo by PHAN Joe Dunn
NWC's entry in the 11th NO event, and
year." 47-45, in a p"'yoff·game. TI ~d led.the laague all the w.y until they lost a g.me to According to Marty ·D entin, represent- will mean that dances can be scheduled in
formation of this combined NAF·VX~ aU-
Chang.s To Be Made
All sporting events will be held again this
the New Breed (also by two pointsllat.l..t week, setting up the playoff contest. In
the photo, an unidentified TI Qger is surrounded by Loewen's lerseys as he drives
atives from the Beer, Fast Pitch, Slow
Pitch and Varsity Leagues should be
star team, which can also compete in the
the future at a more reasonable admission
trice of around $1.50 per person.
Cable TV Service Plan Outlined .••
local fast-pitch league, is seen as a way of
year with the following changes. Uttle toward the b..ket. Defending are Tiny C... rtI (44), and Jimmy Ayres, who can be present. Basketball Is Popular (Continued from Page 1) would be set up convenient to each of the
getting around this problem.
League, softball, baseball and others will seen under th..... sket. -Photo by PHAN Joe Dunn "We will discuss scheduling, fees, the Matters of old business brought up at this Mrs. Hape concluded her report by Community Council members, includes general areas Antoine's company ~
begin games at 6 p.rn., rather than ? p.m. as energy crisis, and everything pertinent to sumniarizing recent and planned Youth development of the first cable TV system, to serve, in order tbat video tapes of strictly
week's Recreation Council meeting included
last year. The first game will be played
without lights. The second game of the
Loewen's Wins Division A Title the upcoming softball season," said Marty.
This could be a very important meeting.
a report from Shoaf regarding the in- Center programs. 'lbere are 304 par. which he later sold to the National Broad-
casting System. He forecast a 99.997 per
local events or programs could be telecast
by this means.
With the Loewen's Lions crowned stallation of hoops needed for cross court ticipants and 30 teams now engaged in
evening will be halted at 10 p.rn., regardless The Zingbats managed to hang onto The proposed fees for each team entering cent level of reliability for the kind of Public Service Channel
champions of the China I:ake Intramural basketba11 play at the Center gym. In ad- basketball and girls' softball this year
of the score or inning being played. In ad- second place in the Women's Division by this year bave been dropped. Instead, each dition, approval was given for the ap- (q>erated jointly by the Youth Center and system he proposes to bring here for Antoine also explained that the one public
dition, a score differential ruling .will be Basketba11 League's Division A, and the trampling the Loewen's cagerettes, ~ league will decide how much support they propriation of up to $3,500 from the the Ridgecrest Recreation Department) Is residents of the Indian Wells Valley. service channel to be provided would run
made whereby if one team is ahead by a Rebels cage team winners of Division C, last Monday. 'lbe Hustlers, who are one- want from Special Services, and the fees Recreation Council's reserve account for expeCted to attract 255 participants on 17 It will take 90 days to obtain Federal continuously carrying UPI news reports,
certain number of runs after 4 or 5 innings of only the Division B title remains to be half game ahead of the Zingbats, smashed will then be charged (Pr<H"8ted) for each the installation of a car wash for use by teams. Communications CommissIon approval for information on weather conditions, and
play, the game will be called. decided. _ _ r.- ..:0. the Raiders, 31·7.
Schoeffel Field has been altered and two At the present time the PIOneers ,ead .. '" item, such as, marking of diamonds, um· military personnel. This action is con- Other events coming up include marbles his plans to serve the area from North background music.
division with an 11·1 record, while the Three titles are still up for grabs wblle the pires, scorekeepers, etc. The fees will be and jacks tournaments, a lrlt&-flying c0n- Edwards and Rosamond to the Indian Wells The installation of Pacific Master
softball diamoods bave been installed. tingent, however, upon a Butler building
Dispensary cagers trail by one game, 1~2. other two will be decided by playoffs in the figured on a per-game basis, multiplied by test, Easter vacation tourneys in pool, table Valley, and another nine months to a year to Systems, Inc., cable TV lines will be along
"This will enable two games to be played being made available by the Shore Facilities
five divisions of the Youth Center Basketba11 the number of games and then split among tennis and chess, and, as a prelude to the begin actual operation, the presid"!lt · of existing public utility easements and, in
simultaneously," said John Shoaf, head of In action over the past week, the Pioneers Planning Board to house the car wash '
League. the teams. opening of the 1974 fishing season, there will Pacific Ml!ster Systems, Inc., added.
the Specia1 Services Division. The light won two games, crushing the Com- equipment. _ areas where public uWities are un-
intensity at Schoeffel also will be cut back. munications boopsters, 41.29, and squeaking The Red Devils and the Terriers are still " I hope to see everyone there who wants be a spin casting and worm fiddling contest While no live cable television coverage of derground, the cable TV lines also will be
youth Center Report
The China Lake tennis courts will be dark by the Comarco squad, 34-32. waging a battle for a clear-<:ut lead in the to play sofiball this year," Marty on Apri129. local events would be possible by means of buried, Antoine said. For residential
Recreation Council members-also heard a
five months out of the year. Ughts will be The Dispensary quintet took on tbe Instructional Division. 'lbe Devils sport a elaborated. "We will . want inputs on the Pacific Master System installation, a customers, there will be no insta11ation
lengthy report on the Youth Center and Other Events Planned
left on until 10 p.m. in April, May, Sep- Wallbangers in a s1aJn.bang contest and half-game advantage, having won live while everything of importance from anyone wbo cenirally.located special cable TV 1ink charge, and the charge for service will be
only losing two. The Terriers have won five some of tbe problems connected with its Also in the offing are bicycles races,
tember and October. Cut-off time for ripped the WBs, 62-54. Bill Duncan had 21 has something to say," he concluded. $4.95 per month for the first hookup, and $1
games and lost three, with two games left to operation from its director Carol Hape. In staged in conjunction with the Indian Wells concluded by a report from Cdr. C. D.
lighting during June, July and August will points for the Wallbangers in a losing efforL Don't forget, attend this meeting. It could more per month for each additional hookup
play. her report, which covered the period from Valley Bicycle Club; a Youth Hobby Brown, council chairman, who ouUined the
be 11 p.rn. This past Tuesday night, the Dispensary mean money in your pocket. in a single residence.
1968 up until the present time, Mrs. Hape Festival, co-sponsored by the Kiwanis Club decisions that bave been made on outdoor
Security To Be Improved team knocked off Comarco by a score of S. In the Intermediate Division, no less than
the entire division will be in the playoff disclosed that here has been a drop in paid of Ridgecrest, clinics for both basketba11 lighting that will be available during the Six Areas Served
A meeting of the Pony·CoIt League
"We will also improve security around 50 to stay in the pennant race. memherships from around 400 in 1971·72 to and bowling, a youth softball program for coming summer recreation program.
series, which is set to begin at 4: 45 p.m. will take place Monday at the Las From the one microwave receiver atop
field light switches this year," said Cdr. the current figure of 192. Staff·wise, the boys 16 to 18 to replace the Colt League Details about this can be found elsewhere in
Brown. In the past, youngsters have Valley Bowlers Win today in the Center gymnasium when the Flores School auditorium. beginning at
Youth Center has been reduced from five baseball program of previous years, and this issue of Tbe ROCKETEER "We expect
Soledad Mt., Antoine said his firm will be
able to service six general areas as specified
Hawks meet the Indians. Following that 7 p.m.
managed to turn ' on the ' field lights at
various diamonc!s and use the areas for
With ·High Scores contest, the Spartans will iake on the Purpose of the get·together is to
employees in 1968 to the director and one
assistant at the present time.
movie matinees during Easter vacation, at to conserve 40 to 50 per cent of tbe electrical
summer time, and during Christmas energy consumed last year, and still bave a
earlier in this article. Any further .,..
personal play. Huskies at 5:45 p.m. discuss raising registration fees to $25 pansion of the system would re<J1lre the
Some of the other alterations made in-
In City Tournament Tomorrow, the Trojans will play the per boy.
The big drop in Youth Center membership vacation. good recreation program," Cdr. Brown imta11ation of another microwave receiver.
Bears at 10: 15 a.m. was noted last year when it became The Recreation Council meeting was stated. Members of the China LakIe Community
clude Uttle League playing only four nights Doug Fisher and Thad Brightwell are the Everyone is welcome to particiPiite.
necessary to charge fees for those 1aking Council's TV Booster Committee are Don
during the week, instead of five, and cur. 1974 City Tournament doubles champions part in the Center's athletic programs.
after bowling a combined 1348 score that Stanton, chairman, Dick Mahan, Bill
tailment of travel by varsity teams. "This really shot us down, resulting in a
Shoaf, who intends to establish new was 54 pins ahead of their nearest rivals. Hattabaugh, Jim Rieger, Dick Furstenberg,
membership loss of nearly 200," Mrs. Hape Lyle JOhnson, Roy Roglin and Harold Wash-
programs at NWC rather than cut programs Jon Nalley and Chuck Cutsinger finished
said. The exodus of China lake residents to muth.
back, said he will establish any program with 1294 sticks for second place in the first Ridgecrest was cited as another reason for
needed to meet the needs. "We will leg of the Ridgecrest . China Lake Men's Clarence " Zip" Mettenberg, a Center
definitely stay within the restrictions im- Bowling Association City Tournament held employee wbo is Iilao a member of the
posed on us by the energy crisis, but I feel this past weekend at the Ridgecrest Bowl. Motorists Urged Ridgecrest City Council, offered his help in
that we should expand rather than cut," he: Singles and doubles were bowled, and the any liaison with the Federal Com-
said. ''For instance, there seems to be a team events will be held tomorrow and To Lock Vehicles munications Commission that is desired.
need for a teen-aged boys' softball league. I Sunday at Hall Memorial Lanes.
am currently investigating the possibility of Dave HOmier cracked out a 681 series When Not in Use Blueiacket •..
forming one," be ouUined. " If I have to run (with handicap) to take the singles crown. The NWC Security Department'.s
sporting programs seven days a week, in- Bill Gui1iani and Vern Logue each posted 673 Police Division has requested that all (Continued from Page 1)
stead of Monday through Thursday, then totals to tie for second place. The next spot persons who drive vehicles aboard the the monthly Bluejacket program.
that's what I'll do," said the bead of the was garnered by Bob Poole, who fired a 671, Center lock their cars when they are not Before leaving the Ind;an Wells Valley,
Special Services Division. and Wayland Bennett finished in fifth place using them . Doug Butler, owner of Desert Motors Ford
"My primary concern is building with 660 pins. There have been numerous incidents agency, will present the outstanding sailor
programs, continuing existing programs, Final Major Division of malicious mischief and theft in· with the keys to a new Ford automobile to
and upgrading facilities within the financial volving unlocked motor vehicles in the use on the weekend trip.
structure and the energy limits given to me, Tryouts Set Saturday past. Recently, four un. locked King and his wife, Brenda, enjoy hunting
as directed by Command," Shoaf concluded. The final tryouts for boys who wish to play automobiles parked at one of the and fishing . 'lbey like living at China Lake
baseball in the Major Division of the China Center's night spots were moved into for that reason, as King stated that the
Lake Uttle League will be held tomorrow at one another by vandals, causing proximity of the outdoors areas that are
Want to Fiddle Worms? Diamond No. 4, beginning at 9 a.m. cYmage to the vehicles. available pleases him. However, he did
Registration for boys interested in signing "Leave the car locked up and this will state that he does like areas that are "a little
up for the Minor, Farm and T·Ball Divisions cut down the mischief," said C. A. l. greener."
Event Set April 29 'of the league also will be held at that time. Mitchell, assistant chief of the China EXT.ENDS NAVY CAREER - An David R. We.rstl.r is congr~tu"'ted by e.pt. Brenda, who was King's high school
HIGH DESERT WINS MEET.- Ellz.beth Knemeyer, who placed third in the Lake Police Division. E. M. Crow, Commanding Officer of VX·5, after reenlisting for four more yors in
China Lake Uttle Leaguers are reminded sweetheart, likes to sew and makes most of
event, tries her hand at the uneven parallel bars during a meet between the High Michell a Iso warned that motorists the U.S. Navy. An Wearstler, who Is a nine-year veteran, reported aboard the
that Wherry Housing and the Sandalwood her own clothes. In addition, she makes doll
By Youth Center... homes (located north of Trona Rd.) are
Desert Gymnastics Team and a visiting team from Tehachapi on March 7. The should remove the keys from the car's Center in December "69. He works In the Avionics Division and handles clothes for their four·year-<>Id daughter,
local team won the meet, Sl1 to·.l00. cathy ZUfn, who won· the uneven bars com. ignition even when they are going to organizational rnaint.,ance of VX.5's aircraft. In addition, he Mrves as the Tracie Lyn.
included in the China Lake area and not petition (I. ), spots for Miss Knemeyer. Both girls.compete in the 15-11 ye.r old Class
make a short sto!>, like at the martlet. Day / Night MainteMnce Supervisor and as the Electronics Branch's Quality Brenda is employed in town at the Ace-TV
Ridgecrest, as might be supposed. III category. Cindy Coppedge was second in this event. Assurance Inspeclbr. -VX~ Photo retail store.
March 15, 1974 ROCKETEER Page Five
Page Four ROCKETEER March 15, 1974
Stan Kenton Band BLI Proposes Desert Tortoise Preserve \
Houses assigned during February. 191A.
Johnson. GS·3; Smith. WG .... ; Fox, E3 i Head , E5; Th i ~ult .
(Editor's Note: National Wi Idlile Week, the proposed desert tortoise preserve to all Robert Berry, is employed as a consultant in
To Play Monday March 17-23, will spollight the nation's recreational vehicle travel. Effective the Weapons Development Department's
" 0 " Bedroom A,-rtment
Rothberg . GS·' : Kersten. GS·...
E3 ; Strandstra ,GS-5; EMker, E5; Gray, G5-3; Hines. GS .... ;
Hudson. E3 i Rafalsld. WG-I; Sims, E3 ; Reid . E3.
" 0 " Bedroom Motel Thr" IMdroom Old Dupl,x..
wildlife heritage, with special emphasis on protection and non-use will depend largely Avionics Division, reported that his wife
At Center Theater threatened species. Theme of this coming on the cooperation of vehicle users. Th.is began a letter-writing campai~, eDlisting
Johansen. GS·12; Harper, G5-' ; BerkOff, GS·12 ; Jawor,
GS· 12 ; ..kines, GS·' ; Heckle. GS·' .
Thr. Bedroom Hill Duplex..
week is IIWe Care About Endangered area remains open to all foot-travel. the help of various miversity professors, One Bedroom Apartment Llnclemen . GS·12; Cook, GS·11 .
Lyons. WS·S; Peterson . GS·12 ; Robb ins . GS-9. Thr. Bedroom JOQ
A speciaJ musical treat-a program by the n
Wildlife. The following article pertains to The idea for establi.sbment of a desert which led to the decision by the BLM to set One Bedroom Motll4 Richards. GS·12.
Stan Kenton band, with the maestro hImaeIf one of the steps that has been taken within tortoise preserve was proposed to BLM by aside a desert tortoise preserve. 800b1~.GS· 13; Stillwell , GS-12 ; Gillespie, GS-13; N · 11WM hdroom MOO
at the piano keyboard-bas been scheduled the loca I desert area in an effort to carry out Dr. Kristin Berry, daughter of Dr. Ivar She is now employed by the BLM and is naldo. GS·12. Allen, Lt.
Two BHroom Ap.utment Th.... Bedroom Wasp Circl,
on Monday, starting at 8 p.m., at the Naval the objectives of this nationwide program .) ffighberg, NWC's Deputy Technical currently working on an inventory of Haverner. GS.J ; Fante, WG·l0 ; Michie, GS-4; Den- SCOM. GS·11 ; Daly. GS·12.
Weapons Center theater. A desert tortoise preserve, north of Director in charge of Air Combat Systems. wildlife in the Imperial Valley's Yuba sllngler. E3; Webb, E3 ; Eocl ice . WG·S; calvlni. GS·3; ThrM BHroom Paftllmint
Webs ter. E3 ; Per-ouk, WP-t; Jones. GS· " ; Brunson. GS· Darwin, LCdr.
A ~wn musical group from the Dr. Kristin Berry, whose husband, Dr. Desert, near El Centro.
California City, (see map ) has been S; Kennedy, EQ-l ; Menals , GS·9; Roi ll ngson, G$·S; Thr.. 8edroom Wherry
days of the "big band" era of the late 19308 cas.rolll, WG·S; Hawkins, GS-12. Bowlin, GS .... ; Collns. E3; Page, G5 .... ; T lneo. E5; Gon-
proposed by the Bureau of Land
and through the '~ up until the present TWo IIecIroom Normae U1ln. GS·5 ; NDrr ison, E3 ; GrHl"l E04 ; Petty. WG" i
Management to help insure the preservation NiChOls, GS· 12 ; Bednar. GS·12 ; Black, GS·12 ; Deemer. Tamplen. E.; Clark, E3 ; McCrary. GS-6 ; Jenkins, E6.
time, the 19-piece Stan Kenton band is being GS.ll ; Bartlett . GS·ll ; Folt, GS-ll ; Purcell, GS-12. COM. Kemp. E6; Fortune. GS·5. Gatrell . E6 ; 8ebe. GS·5; Berra, •
of a protected and dim.inishing desert
brought here as a public service by Cerro G5-12 . Lloyd . G5-7. Bueltman. WG-13 . CArtwr ight. G5-5. WG-5 ; Thursby, GS-, ; Garcia . E5.
species. . Th,," a.ctr.om Normae Duplex"
Coso Community College and the Burroughs Clark. G5· 11: o.tllel . G5-' . LeMon. GS-3. Halcom , GS-3.
The area would be the only sanctuary in Re.d , GS-04. Nemeth. WG-l0. Quinn. GS-2. EMrtteM. GS·04; Shlanta . GS·11 ; Morris. ES; Blackston, WG·11 ; HerY1fty,
High School Band Boosters. VanVerst. EQ-l0; Lane. GS-04. GS·. ; Brown, WG~ ; Lesniak'. GS·5.
the United States for the protection of tbe
Reserved seats only are beq sold for !lie TWG Bedroom Letournen l1M'M hcIroom Juniptr
desert tortoise, California's state reptile. It Smith. GS·7. Ferrone. GS-3; Scout . EQ· l ; l)ev«S . WG·' ; Gerber . G5-12; Page, GS-12 ; Gomez. E7 ; Davis, GS·l0;
Kenton program. Dckets are priced at $2.00,
consists of some of the best babitat in the N Davis , GS-12 . Graf . GS·11 ; Hus , G5-11 ; Huemftn , G$-12. Peterson. GS-11 ; Emert, E7 ; Rindt, GS-17 ; Jones, GS·11 ;
$2.25 and $2 each, depending upon their Two Bedroom otd Duplex.. ThOmas , G5·11; DurbOrn. GS-11; Johnson. E7; Am ·
location In the theater. Tbey can be pur- tortoises' range. l$IIbel! . GS-5; a.ker. GS-" Olsen, E2 ; Vandyke, WG·' . merlT\flf1. GS·12.
The desert tortoise can exist only under Klemencick, WG ·11 . Angle . E5; Anderson. GS·11 . Cox, Thr. Bedroom Yucca
chased at the Cerro Coeo College bookstcre,
ideal · conditions wbere babitat and tem- WG·ll ; Hauvhen. G5-12 ; caUVhran , WG-l0 . Crawtord , GS- Chew, GS· 11 .
from members of the Burroughs High , . Hinds . GS·04 . Katsumoto, GS· 12; Whittington, WG·l0; Four BMroom Panamint
perature are compatible. They are capable Edmon, G5-12; KutMn. GS-12; Hall ig.". GS-12;-Vigil , GS-
Scbool band, or at The Gift Mart in Kopu lous E5; Craig . G5-12; Wise WG .. ; PoMer . GS·' ;
of living to a ripe old age, oot bave a Vf!rJ Parker. E04. 12 . Leon. GS-11 ; Anderson. GS-13.
Ridgecrest. In addition, tickets will be sold Two Bedroom JOQ Four IMdnKHn JosIIIJII
slow reproduction rate. The desert tortoise
at the Center Theater" on the night of the Nemeth . GS·12 . GlIlle'y. Lt.; Geeting . GS· 12. arant , EI.
is fully protected under California State Two .......... WIM<Ty
In his work with music studerits in high
The preservation of this area is important
Steel . GS-3 . carnall.". GS .... . Trigg . GS·5. Hubbard . E3 ;
Yeager. WG·3 . Creighton, E3 . Harris, E. ; WOlten , E3; High School Rodeo
schools and · universities, Kenton hopes to
bring about a change in music education. " I
in order to stop current current activities
that .... ,,,,,,oiIu!
a declIne in the tortoiae Deadline To file Set at Fairgrounds EAGLE SCOUT BADGE PRESENTED-Rur Admir.1 Paul E. I'II9h (.t left),
feel that a student is being short changed if
he is offered only one· s.ide of music.
for Properly Tax Eastern California teen8Jrers will be on
NWC Commander, was on hand during a recent Boy Scout Troop 3 Court of Honor
at which three 01 Scouting's top awards-.... E.gle badge- _,.. presented. Shown
Ju. Is Impclrtant PARK "c" band Saturday to compete in a qualifying receiving his Eagle Scout badge from RAdm. Pugh is Bill Charti.r, son of
"We bring jazz to campuses, not because I >
Exemptions at Hand meet of tbe California High School Rodeo Woodrow Chartier, scoulm..ter of Troop 3, and Mrs. Chartier (_log on .t
believe jazz is the only worthwhile music,
but because I feel that jazz, rock and
a 11>e filing time for homeowners, veterans, Association at the Desert Empire Fair's
right). Mr. Chartier, a long·time Chi.,. Lake resident, was Troop 3'5 fint Eagle
Scout, and has a younger son, Mike, who is now a Life Scout and working toward
z churches and welfare organizations to file
classical works are all important musical
" for property tax exemptions is now at hand. High scboolers from Bishop to Barstow, his Eagle Badge. At .... same ceremony, Eagle ~out badges .Iso went to Brl.n
forms, and our youngsters should be ex- including Antelope Valley, will mount up 0s1Mi1; son of Mr .• nd Mrs. Warren Oshel, and to Dan Bray, son of Mr .• nd Mrs.
posed to all of them," he added.
" 11>e dates are March I through April 15 for
and compete in bareback Ironc riding, bull Glenn Bray. Young Oshel has three older brothers-Paul, Thomas and Jon-who
homeowners and veterans; March I through
Cdr. R. B. Nygaard, president of the March 15 for welfare and church exemp- riding, calf ropq, saddle brooc riding, also have won Eagle Badges, whUe Glenn Bray, Jr" an older brother of o.n/s,~s
Burroe Band Boosters, ala!> annoWlced that tions. steer wrestling, cutting, team ropq and another of Troop 3/5 Eagle Scout badge recipients.
his group is soliciting patronage donatiooa barrel racing. The w1mers will go to the
from interested busines8 places or in-
dividuals. Funds raised in this way will be
used to dlrectJy support the local blgb acbool
Herbert E. Roberts, Kern County
Assessor, noted these filing deadlines are
established by state law and the Assessor
CHSRA fIna1s at the Cow Palace, in San
Francisco, in the spring.
11>e fm begins at 1 p.m. Admission Is $2
ILocal School Board Miffed ...
(Continued from Page 1) munity provides a good example.
has no authority to extend the time for filing.
band program. o 3 TIle homeowner's exemption was in- for adults and $1 for students. Assistance in Federally AffeCted Areas " Our school district of 6,600 pupils is
Bull Riding on Sun~y (SAFAA) funds that are disbursed ac- located in California's Mojave Desert, 80
CPO Mess Setting . I creased in 1973 from $700 to $1,700, and
several important changes have been made The next day, mere than 100 bull riders d. cording to the number of federal dependents miles from the nearest ~ity. Reason for our
in their area. existence is the Naval Weapons Center,
for Celebration Of PROTECTION NEEDED- Est.bllsh-
to allow more property owners to par-
ticipate in the tax savings.
the California Cowboys Association will .
make the trip to the falrgrounda for the Tex 11>e proposaJ by President Nixon would China Lake. About a third of our pupils have
Annual Military Ball ment of I preserve in which desert 5 MILES If an exemption was granted in 1973, a Bouseal Rodeo Associatioo, in Tebacbapl not affect the so-called "A" category of
grants to districts with enrollments of
parents who both live and work on the Navy
base. Another third work for the Center, oot
Batten down tbe batches, the annual tortoises would be protected is the .im form will be mailed to the homeowner. Brabnia bull riding is one of the most
of. recenl pro...... 1 by lhe Buruu 01 Otherwise, forms are available from the awesome events in a rodeo and spectators children whose parents both live and work live off-base in the adjacent town of
Military Ball will take place tonight at the on federal property and do not pay property Ridgecrest. 11>e remainder are children of
und Ma .... g.ment. It is proposed that Assessor's office, or one of the branch of- will get a full day of watching cowboys
(]lief Petty Officen' Mess (Open), with taxes. contractors and merchants, in direct sup-
the sanctu.ry be louted in the vicinity fices. Indian Wells Valley residents may get trying to "stick It out" on the backs of the
many honored guests and dignitaries in unruly beasts. The fun begins at 9 a.m. Text of Letter port of the Navy base.
of californi. City. the forms at 230 W. Ridgecrest Blvd.,
attendance. Ridgecrest. The phone number to call for Admissioo is $2 for adults and $1 for A letter to Federal Times from the Sierra "Nearly $2 million of our $8 million budget
Slated to be on hand to celebrate the popu\atioo. There are mw about 900 to 1,300 more information is 37~I306. students. Sands Unified School District board of comes from the federal government under
festive occasion will be Rear Admiral Paul tortoises per square mile here, oot their education reads as follows: PL 874. "Cancellation of these subsidies
E. Pugh! NWC Commander, and Mrs. Pugh ; numbers are rapidly declining because of ''We are astonished and dismayed that the would have no direct effect on federal
Capt. D. W. Alderton, NWC Deputy Com- pressures from increased desert usage. In Federal Times (of all publications! ) would persomel- civilian or military," you say in
mander, and Mrs. Alderton; Capt. R. S. other parts of their range, populations take a strong stand in opposition to federal your editorial. In your eye!
Moore, Commanding Officer of NAF, and ave.-age 30 per square mile. Besides being impact aid for schools - and without doing Loss of Funds Would Hurt
Mrs. Moore, and Capt. E. M. CroW, Com- illegally collected, shot, and run over by your homework first!
manding Officer of VX-5, and Mrs. Crow. vehicles, the tortoises' burrows are being ''Federal employees definitely do not "Loss of federal funds for students whose
crushed and their forage destroyed. provide as much money for schools as do parents work on-base but live in Ridgecrest
Th.is past Nov. I, tbe Bureau of Land those working for private industry. Sure, would mean that our town people would
In addition, George L. Barnard, CPO Club Management's interim critical mana- they pay property taxes on their homes (if have to pick up all the additional tab,
manager, invited Master Chief of the Navy gement progr8!ll for recreational they happen to live off-base). But their through property taxes. It would hurt, and
J . D. Whittet and Chief of Naval Operations vehicle use on the California desert closed employer, unlike all other employers, puts hurt a lot. And loss of federal funds for
Admiral E. R. Zumwalt, Jr., to attend the nothing in the local tax !rilly except through students whose parenis both live and work
affair, which is usually the highlight of the Disneyland Weekend those disputed PL 874 impact aid funds you on-base would be catastrophic for us!
social season at NWC. Both men respect-
fully declined due to prior committments. Pass Books on Sale would take away.
" You assume that federal installations all
" We would strongly urge you to study in
depth the whole concept of federal impact
However, other persons to be recognized
during the evening will include George
At Community Ctr. are located near big cities where a huge tax aid, before making further statements about
Military and civilian persomel of tbe roll stands ready to pick up any loss of who would or would not be hurt by its loss!"
Schneider, who first enl.isted in the U.S. Naval Weapons Center, along with their federal funds. Th.is is inaccurate. Many The letter was signed on behalf of the local
Navy during WWI, and who will be the families, as well 8S retired military per- bases and government research facilities school district's board of education by Mrs.
oldest Navy man present. soonel, are eligible for speaal ''weekend are in the middle of nowhere. Our com- Judith H. Lind, president.
Others will be LCdr. E . W. Brooks, and pass" ticket books that are good for the
Mrs. Brooks, and EMC L. A. Devine, night numerous attractions at Disneyland . in Noted German Film Expert To Speak Here
manager of the CPO Club. LCdr. Brooks Anaheim. A technical lecture on " Recent Develop- Zeiss and was then granted a fellowship for
beads the Mess Board. "Armed Forces Weekends" at this worIld menis in Thin Fibn Preparation" has been one year at the University of Colorado.
Combo To Play famous entertainment center bave been scheduled at 10 a.m. Monday in Conference
scheduled 00 Saturday and Sunday, March Other work followed for the Aerojet
The evening promises to be a fwHilled Room B-C of Michelson Laboratory. -
~:M and 30-31. General Corp. and for the Northrop Corp.
one as tbe COMNAVAIRPAC Combo, from The speaker will be Dr. Ingo Wi1manns, of
Ticket books priced at $5.25 per person (an before Dr. Wi1manns was granted a NATO
San Diego, will play DHlSic for dancing the Leybold - Heraeus firm in Hanau,
$18.20 value) can be purchased from per- fellowship under which he obtained his
RECENT PROMOTION-R•• r Adml ... 1 P.ul E. Pugh (I.), NWC COmm .....r, II Germany. He will discuss the properties of
!oIlowing a prime rib dinner served with
soonel 00 duty at the Community Center.
These tickets will not be on sale at
TO SPEAK AT IEEE MEETING - Joe Arisman (st.nding ) and P.ul Mikonls,
shown using the Scanning Electron Microscope, will speak to members of the
shown cong ... tul.tlng newly promoted Lt. ,..1.
Du ...lng .... The form ... Lt(Ig). II
.....dminist... tlv. . .sist.nt to Cdr. C.... rlel D. Brown, hud of the Command
optical thin fi1ms that are produced by
sputtering, but which are unobtainable
degree of doctor of sciences (physics) at the
University of Paris in 1966.
RAdm. Pugh will present a short tsIk
Disneyland and can be obtained locally ooIy China Lake Section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Administration o..... rtm ...t, .nd for .... tim..... ng Is .ctlng FI.g Lt. to RAdm. using evaporation and other preparation In 1968 he joined the staff of Leybold-
following the introduction of the homred at the Community Center. (I EEE) at the group's monthly meeting on Monday, March 25. Their subject will I'II9h_ Lt. Du.ringer h...... n .t NWC slnc. Nov......... 1971 .nd comes from techniques. Heraeus and is now responsible for the
guests, then the band will begin to play.
"Pm looking forward to one of our best
Military persomel will not be required to
wear uniforms for admlss.ioo to Disneyland
be UElectronic Failure Analysis With the Electron Microscope." The meeting will
be held in the Mojave Room of the Commissioned Officers' Mess from 11 :30 a.m. to
Melvin, III. Also'- in I .... photo .,.. Lt_ OVerlng...'s ~ugh"r, J... nlfer, l' A 1953 graduate of Bonn University, where development of methods and in-
strumentation connected with the
mos. and his wife, Ruth. Subsequent to his promotion, Lt. Dueringer has been he obtained a diploma in physics, the
Mili1ary Balls in years," Barnard said. on "Armi.d Forces Weekends." . 1 p.m. All members and their guests are invited to attend. augmented from the Naval Reserve in the Regular Navy. speaker worked for three years for Carl production of thin fi1ms.