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THE PERKINS JOURNAL PAGE SEVE'%T I Area Men in Service gun and the 3.5 - inch rocket launcher. Army Major Carl R. Provine, son of Mrs. Mary E. Provine, 123 S. Boston, Yale, received co- ngratulations and the Bronze Star Medal during ceremonies near Can Tho, Vietnam, May 25. Presenting the award is Brig- adier General William R. Deso- bry, senior advisor to the Viet- namese IV Corps. Major Provine received the award for outstanding meritor- ious service in combat operations against hostile forces in Vietnam. Major Provine is a signal ad- visor in Advisory Team 96, ad- vising the Vietnamese Army IV Corps. He entered the army in June 1957 and was stationed at the Presidio of San Francisco, Calif., before arriving overseas in June 1966. The major received his B.S. degree in 1965 from the Univer- M. Owens, and Mrs. John d. E. Katy, C%shing, 21-Week field radio at the Army Suth- School, :, Got- 23. he learned and was Service and repair of radio trans- reeievers. Instruct- given in the ope/'- equipment, ran- testei-s to signal frequency meters. David M. Blank- of Mr. and Mrs. 2023 E. completed eight infantry t r- at Ft. Ord, Califi SPecialized insir- unit tactics ad e Weapons as M-60 maehm COME AND SEE OUR NEW LOCATION sity of Maryland, College Park, Md. Major Provine also received the Air Medal and the Army Commendation Medal. His wife, Klara, lives at 4917 Adagio Court, Fremont, Calif. John P. Gray, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen D. Gray, 1613 W. 4th, Stillwater is attending Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps basic camp at Ft. Benning, Ga., which began June 11. Gray is a student at Oklahoma State University. He is attemp- ting to earn an Army commission through the new two-year ROTC program. He is receiving six weeks of training similar to that given all Army basic trainees, inclu- ding rifle marksmanship, bay- onet training, hand - to - hand combat and first aid. Successful completion of the basic camp will qualify him for tile Advanced Corps at the col- lege. The two years of advanced training at the school and ad- vanced summer camp empha- size sldlls necessary to command. He will be eligible for a com- mission as a second lieutenant in the U. S. Army upon graduat- Hos THE SIGN OF Treat your family to a weekend va- cation at the owner-oper- ated Thun- derbird. The 60 spacious rooms have been completely refurbished. Convenient to shopping centers and downtown. King-size swim- ming pool Fine American and Italian cuisine Entertainment and dancing nightly in the T-Bird Club e American Express, Mobil and Liberty cred- it cards honored 66 By-Pass & Broadway Extension Oklahoma City 405 + VI 2-1421 Drawing Saturday, July 29 SET ion from college. Opening Gray graduated from C.E. II"IIIUI=I lbm OKX.00X-ZOZVL00 in 1965. Army Private James A. Dis- PRIZES ELECTRIC MIXER 200 GALLONS GAS Gibble Gas PERKINS SOUTH MAIN hey, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs, Daniel A. Disney, Rt. 1, Coyle, completed a six - week general supply course at Ft. Huaehuca, Ariz., June 23. He was trained in maintaining stock records for the receipt and issue of supplies and materials. He also learned typing and gen- eral administration procedures and storing of various Army sup- plies. His wife, Carolyn, lives on Rt. 4, 10-)k Norton Terra'ce Park, Stillwater. The number of motor vehicles in the United States is now 96,- 100,000 or nearly one for every two persons. i ' YOU CAN LIVE LIKE THiS ,., WHO ON WANTS TO? Without modern electric appliances you're beck in the dark agesl But with them, just think how much convenience and pleasure is el your fin lu.tips. Press s button or flip It swdch, for instance, and you've cleaned the oven  or any one q a hun(Had other important house- This is why we believe you will love electric Gold Medallion Home. e Gold Medallion Home, electricity hing and it's safe, clean, flsmelesa and ou buy, build or remodel your owe it to yourself to investi* :mut electric living. OGiE wilt be rout questions, SO pleall give IG SERVICE You can climb aboard the historic Ringling Rail- road, built by world famous circus owner John Ringling near Ardmore, in the new summer issue of OKLAHOMA TODAY Magazine. Or, vault intQ the jet age when you read of American Airlines' huge Tulsa Maintenance. Enjoy knowing of the many Church Camps; the Lake Texoma Islands or the highly efficient Oklahoma Waterways Patrol. You'll learn how rodeo stock is raised; visit the Lynn Riggs Memorial; relish the beautiful color photographs and many other features in the new summer issue of OKLAHOMA TODAY Magazine, Subscnloe today.., iust $1.85 a year. m =n I un un ul iI ul ii ii in Ii Ul lull lU ul ii iI ii ii p 3 years $5,00 OKLAHOMA TODAY [] 2 years $3.50 WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL BLDQ, [3 1 year $1.e5 OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. 7310S Naltle .................. ="'="-"-'-''"' l 00;troot ......... .,.] City ...... Zip Code ...... Stale .... .i [] [] r