8A -THE CAROLINA TIMES SATURDAY, SEPT. 12, 1810 WW^ > x 1 - *% JB Hfit » 4Mp%j(P ML %fc^_ /fiHii n HID Former football Star Now Pilots Helocopfers For U. S. Navy at California Air Force Base SAN DIEGO, Calif. - Seven years ago, Navy Lieutenant John M. Reid of Panorama City, Calif., was picking charging halfbacks at tempted to tear through the University of Utah defensive line. Today, he is a Navy heli copter pilot with more than 1,500 accident - free hours. Lt. Reid now trains other naval aviators with Helicopter Squadron Ten (HS-10) at the Naval Air Station, Imperial Beach, Calif. "I'm one of 18 instructors here at Imperial Beach," said the 6'l", 205-pound former defensive tackle. "Now we're training naval aviators on the SH3D helicopter, a twin-turb ine, fully instrumented air craft." In 1962, Lt. Reid was tabbed as one of the outstand ing defensive tackles in the first year of the Western Athletic Conference at Utah. - '"trM ■ . s -; .i/S-x'f. ■•V '" : :E '-' : - m 1L m ■ ~1 f f r y .Jm, JL , J J I / jl iniw JflL. jfaSM v m fefe KH . WHMB ■ mm pjy a J| * ■ ■k IB jH v. '^H aC :^H a -«HHH O«TS CIVILIAN AWARD James C. Evans if congratulat ed by Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird after receiving the Secretary of Defense Meri torious Civilian Service Meibl. Mr. Evans, veteran on Civil Rights to 10 Secre taries of Defense, was cited for distinguished service in the field of race relations in the Armed Forces and particularly with integration and advance ment of Negro officers. He is retiring after nearly 30 years { of Federal civilian service. He ( In 1963, he was named to the all-WAC team, as Utah posted a 4-6 record with victories over New Mexico, Brigham Young, Colorado State, and Utah State. After graduation, Lt. Reid entered the Navy as an avia tion officer candidate. He was commissioned on July 2, 1965* and was designated a naval aviator in September 1966. During his. first tour of duty, Lt. Reid was assigned to Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Eleven on board the USS Wasp. In November 1967, he was part of the recovery team assigned to test the Apollo recovery module camera package. He was desig nated a helicopter commander, and was assigned his own air craft and flight crew. In 1968, Lt. Reid was pre sented the "Dipper Award" from the Commander, Fleet Air Quonset Point, R. 1., for having the crew with the is a graduate of the Massachu setts Institute of Technology where he received a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. He also has sept* ed as a professor at West Va. State College and Howard Uni versity, Washington, D. C., where he will continue to teach. He and his wife Mrs. Rosa line M. Evans reside at 3533 Warder Street. N.W., Washing ton, D. C. Their son Micchael is a resident of Lynn, Massa chusetts, and daughter Mrs. highest readiness in antisub marine warfare among the crews at Quonset Point. With HS-11, Lt. Reid made two cruises aboard the USS Wasp. One to the North At lantic and the Mediterranean, and one to the Caribbean. Lt. Reid made a second cruise to 'the Caribbean aboard the USS Intrepid. "I really enjoy piloting a helicopter," said Lt. Reid, "But I have other interests too. I've learned to fly gliders in the Navy, and have done a lot of photography as well." In addition to these two interests, Lt. Reid charges cross-country on his BSA 441 motocycle, deep-sea fishes, and climbs mountains. The 28-year old bachelor is also HS-10's antisubmarine warfare officer, communica tions officer, and helicopter aerodynamics and oceanogra phy instructor. Evangeline Evans Wellsmak^S* her home at Silj^»^pring t Maryland. The - Ceremony took place at the Pentagon on July 30. (Official Dept. of Defense Photo) LONDON—Hitchhiker Julia Parker, after she and her husband were picked up by Prince Phillip: "We immediately recognis ed him and he was much more handsome than I expected." Tennessee State to Open Sept. 17 For Frosh: Upperclassmen 22 NASHVILLE - Tennessee State University will open its 1970-71 school year for fresh men and new students Thurs day, Sept 17; and for upper classmen on Tuesday, Sept. 22. Classes will begin Thurs day, Sept. 24, at 8 a.m. "Our enrollment will be holding its own," says Carl Crutchfield, Dean of Admis sions and Records. TSU en rollment for 1969-70 topped 4,500. Opening convocation for freshmen and new students will be held Thursday, Sept. 17, at 10 a.m. in Kean Hall gym, according to Dr. J. A. 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FreshmMi and new students will register for classes Friday-Monday, Sept. 18-21; upperclassmen, Tues day-Wednesday, Sept. 22-23. New faculty members, de partment heads, directors, and academic deans will meet Mon day, Sept. 14, at 1:30 p.m., opening the faculty work ses sions for the new school year, according to Dr. Charles B. Francher, Dean of Faculty followed by the annual facul ty-staff dinner at 6 p.m. in the Centennial Room, Student Union. | Jpr K . ATHLITVS WINNERS O * KING MEDALLION (Atlanta, Ga.) —Citing "the brown paper bag" as an appropriate symbol of the past that Black people should remember, Harold 1 Ham ilton of Coca-Cola USA present ed a paper bag containing eight specially struck Medal lions to Rev. Ralph David Abernathy, President of the 6outhern Christian Leadership Conference, for presentation to the recipients of this year's Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Sports 'Medallion. Walt Ha z zard (right) of the New York Knickerbockers was one of the recipients. Also shown is Sena tor George McGovern, who ad dressed the SCLC Banquet during their Thirteenth An nual Convention held in At lanta. Other recipients of the award 1 were, Joe Louis, Mu hammed Ali, John Carlos, Willie White, Hank Aaron, Jim Brown, and Arthur Ashe.

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