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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 5

Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 5

Oakland Tribunei
Oakland, California
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Sat, June 4, 1966 5-B LLTu -LjLj UvJLba v.V.-.f" 'At 4 1 4 1 These Marines are farther north than any other U.S. combat unit in Viet Nam. Sometimes they fight. Sometimes they work. Then again they wait and, while they wait, they remember home. They are the men of the First Battalion, Fourth Regiment, of the Third Marine Division. They moved out of their base at Chu Lai in March and went north to Hue. Now they fight the Viet Cong when they find them. At other times they help South Vietnamese peasants harvest rice crops, so that making war is Jt one and the same time a job of killing and a job of helping. At upper left is Pfc. Clairborne LShaw of 4 -fx 4 A -y; -'-1, Oakland, pausing for a drink in 120-degree heat. He may not know where the Viet Cong are at the moment, but his sign shows he knows where home is. At the upper right is Pfc. Jimmie R. Brit-ton of Turlock, setting up his 81 mm mortar. Another Californian, SSgt. Paulino R. Ortizo, at right, has a few minutes in a 20-hour work day to write a letter home to Fremont. Sgt. Vaelaa M. Tuilefano, at left, of San Trahasolifo mapr and prepares to call for mortar fire on the enemy. At lower left, a strategy session is Lt. Col. Ralph E. Sullivan, First Battalion commander; Maj. Carlo Romano and Sgt. Maj. Dolphus C. Reeves. TRIBUNE MILITARY WRITER HOW REPORTING Mr-" i i DIRECT FROM VIET NAM rwajwga. ijj nawuii i umi mm -Vi, i 14 ---o-- Ja 'it Candidate CIMflV -iW-IB- TOM FLYNN'S first exclusive from Da Nans recently told how he was trapped inside a Buddhist rebels Take a Jet Skimmer ride to make plane connections, or jusUorJunl i For Probe of HAYWARrJBoaltoilt candidate for-the -GOP-iiomina- tion in the 11th Senatorial Dis- trict, wants a full investigation! of charges made in the Burns i Committee reportonthe Uni-, versity of California. Ua nlH a rnllv here last nieht I 'fact AetfiecC The amazing Jet Skimmer, operaterJT)y S.f. -Oakland Helicopter entering its final months of testing on San Francisco Bay. If you haven't had a ride on the Jet Skimmer, you're missing a chance to take part in a bit of history-and a lot of fun If you're an air traveler, you can ride the Jet Skimmer between Oakland International Airport and San Francisco Air-port-most airlines will pay all of your fare. Or, if you make an airline connection between Oakland International and downtown San Francisco, your airline may pay half of the fare -so the trip will cost just $4.25. If you're not taking any flight, you can still enjoy a Jet Skimmer excursion. There's a special excursion fare of $6, with an additional charge of only $1 for each person in your family. What could be more fun for an outing than skimming over land and water on a cushion of air, and crossing San Francisco Bay in 20 minutes? Plan to ride the Jet Skimmer soon-see for yourself how much fun travel can be! FOR JET SKIMMER HELICOPTER RESERVATIONS INFORM A-TION, CALL S.F.-OAKLAND HELICOPTER AIRLINES, 835-5555 OR FLY OAKLAND, 562-4165 pagoda. Watch for more of Flynn's -reporting- in -The Tribune, as-he -covers the undeclared war from jungle warfare and rice-paddy skirmishes to civil strife in the streets of Saigon Keep your eye on the BAY AREA'S 110. 1 HOME NEWSPAPER everything you look for in a nqwspaper that the investigation should be made by a committee which includes legislators, civic leaders and the faculty as well as university's regents. "The University of California Is without doubt one of the finest educational institutions in the United States," he said. "As citizens of California we should be proud of the many and faculty members who are there for the purpose of a scholastic education. These people deserve our support." James also called for a tax moratorium to attract new industries to California, which he said has dropped from second to ninth place in the rate of industrial growth during the past There is one reward in rendering funeral services we welcome above all others. Many have thanked us evidence that the funeral was satisfactorily conducted, and that all matters pertaining to personal problems, service facilities and cost, met with the full approval of everyone concerned. That, of course, is the ultimate object 'in serving sincerely and well. Dignified Dependable Economical JACKSON FUNERAL HOME Listen every Sunday morning to our Spiritual Hour, Radio Station KDIA.1310 on your dial, from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Louis Freeman, announcer Two Convenient Locations to Serve You MAIN CHAPEL EAST OAKLAND CHAPEL 1904 Adeline Street 8901 14th Street TW 3-6614 10 2-2222 OAKLAND, CALIF. DAY OR NIGHT Jacksoa Fvncral Homti-fqwl Opportunity Employtr 7h Jit Sklmnw program If umlr tpon-onhip of tt ror1 el Otkltnd. in cooperation with S.F.0kUnd Htlicopttf Alrllntt. Inc. and Tutron't Ball AtroiytWm with aatlitanca of a U.S. Homing and Horn rinanca Agancy Grant. five years. I Silver Property CLEVELAND A gram ofj pure silver can be drawn Into a wire more than a mile long. I IVSETRDPOLITAN OAKLAND IIMTERIMATIONAL AIRPORT

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