Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 33
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 33

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Names and faces ALL EDITIONS Phoenix, Thnrs., Jane 18,1970 The Arizona Republic Id AtMcteM Prm War widow Shirley Jean Bellrichard enlists in Army The widow of an Army Medal of Honor winner killed in Vietnam combat is joining the Army herself "to see some of the things he saw." Shirley Jean Bellrichard of Santa Clara, Calif., was at the White House last July to receive from President Nixon the nation's highest award for bravery in combat for Pfc. Leslie Bellrichard, who died shielding an exploding hand grenade from his buddies. "She wants to carry on for Leslie, her mother, Edna France said. "We're all very proud of her." By her enlistment, Mrs. Bellrichard will forfeit between $350 and $400 a month in Army and other survivor benefits, the Army said. As a recruit, she'll receive $12160. Mrs. Bellrichard, 25—the same age as her husband when he was killed in May 20, 1967—said: "I hope they send me to Vietnam. I want to see some of the things he saw." * • • John Bal has sandy-colored hair that hangs over the top of his ears and down the nape of his neck. He's only 24 and gets along well with the hundreds of hippie-attired youths who cluster around Central Park's Bethesda Fountain. He's also a cop, on park duty, and his hair just doesn't fit snugly under his police cap. And Bal, who joined the force because he "saw the need for law and order," now is receiving "administrative from the department because claims he harassment" of his hair. "I do everything that a cop should do; the length of my hair should have no bearing unless it interferes with my work," he explained. A superior said police regulations state that any officer must be neat and clean-shaven, but he added that the latter rule has been overlooked in the last several years. • * • Is he or isn't he about to get married? Nobody but America's most eligible astronaut seems to know for sure. And he's not saying. JACK L. SWIGERT, JR., who whirled around the moon and back in the ill-fated Apollo 13 flight with James A. Lovell and Fred W. Haise, Jr., both married, is deciding whether to pop the question to a 24-year-old nurse. She is Mary Larocque, who met Swigert at a party in Florida. The whole country was alerted to the romance in April when Swigert radioed back to earth from the crippled Apollo 13 spaceship that he wanted Mary to meet him at the Houston Manned Spacecraft Center when he returned—if he returned. Two hours after the craft splashed down safe and sound hi the Pacific, Swigert had called her by telephone. Swigert "Nothing's been decided yet," Mary somewhat ruefully told a telephoning reporter, adding, "I really don't want to talk about it." * * * Astronaut Thomas K, Mattingly II, the man who missed Apollo 13 because of the measles, has taken out a marriage license naming a California woman as his intended bride. Mattingly, 34, quietly took out the license in San Antonio. 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