Uncle Bob Honored at Ellington
JOHN R. McMILLON A. R. ZUBIK Baytonians Share In Honors At Ellington It was like "hometown day" for Baytown when a change of command and awards ceremony ceremony was held at Ellington Air Force Base for Naval Air Reserve Reserve Division D-2. Arnold R. Zubik of Baytown turned over the reins of commanding commanding officer to another Baytown reservist, John R. McMillon. And during the awards ceremony, ceremony, Arthur A. Bianchi Jr. of Baytown was awarded the Navy Commendation medal for his service in Vietnam. Coincidentally, Bianchi is a biology student of McMiilon's at Lee College. Cmdr. Zubik's new assignment assignment is with the Naval Air Reserve Reserve Staff at Naval Air Station in Dallas. A staff engineer with Enjay Chemical Co., Zubik served in World War II, earning earning the Navy and Marine Corps Medal, the Air Medal and other service medals. He graduated from Texas A&M University in 1953. He and his wife, Wanda, I live at 2105 Chilton. They have a son, Robert, and two daugh- jters, Beverly and Cynthia. The new commanding officer, officer, McMillon, graduated from the University of Texas and received received his master's degrees from the University of California California at Berkley and from Washington Washington State University. Cmdr. McMillon entered the jNavy in 1955 and has served as Air Intelligence Officer with Carrier Air Group 2 at Alameda, Alameda, Calif. He earned the Armed Forces Reserve Medal. He and his wife, Betty, and daughters, Dana Marie and Linda Loris, live at 1804 Narcille. Narcille. He is an instructor in the science department at Lee College. College. Bianchi, an operating room technician and medical techni- cian at San Jacinto Methodist Hospital, is a pre-med student at Lee College. He was a hospital hospital corpsman second class during during his active duty tenure in the Navy and is now an active Naval Naval Reservist. Bianchi's parents parents are Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bianchi, Bianchi, 2829 Wolcik, Crosby.