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-A VOICE OF THE PEOPLE

Vol. II, No. 29 U. S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Sunday, July 23, 1961


COMSERVLANT, COMFAIRJAX Arrive On Base


Inspection arms-Rear Admiral Dennis W. Knoll, ComServLant, inspects the Marine Honor Guard upon his arrival in Guantanamo Bay Tuesday, July 18. RADM Knoll was here to tour the base and inspect various commands. Accompanying RADM Knoll was Rear Admiral C. Blick, SC, USN.


Meeting and greeting-- Rear Admiral J. M. Carson, ComFairJax, is introduced to Commanding Officers of Naval Base activities by Rear Admiral Edward J. O'Donnell. RADM Carson arrived on the base Tuesday, July 18. Full honors were rendered the Admirals by a Marine Honor Guard, the Naval Base Band, and gun salutes. RADM Carson was here to inspect VU-10.


Melody Maids Capture Hearts ,_.....At Guantanamo


See Story Page three, Sunday Supplement


Glenda Gray


Joyce Park








Sunday. July 23. 1961 B THE SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT


"This Move Will Get Him"


Young David Marcello, 11 years old, makes a move in an attempt to trap his opponent, Frank Loprest. Jeff Mathis, King's Knights' Chess Club Director, said the young player is "a worthy opponent." Watching the games between Marcello and Loprest, at a weekly meeting of the King's Knights' Chess Club are, from left to right: Jim Prejean; Jeff Mathis; Leland Maddox, present base-chess champion, and Jules Zell. See story page three, Sunday Supplement.


The Big Move Is On









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The big launch-Commander Guilford D. Acker of the Fleet Training Group is surprised with the news that he has just made Captain, and is presented his silver eagles by Captain Roger W. Mehle (right), Commanding Officer of the USS Saratoga (CV-60), and Commander M.V. Dawkins, Executive Officer of the Saratoga. See story Sunday Supplement.

In Doors Or Out, Summer Program A Hit


In a crafts class taught by Mrs. Robert Ohl, youngsters learn-to channel energy into creativity. Projects for the class include, earrings made of shells, carved leather belts and coasters, and tooled metal pictures. Working on a leather project are, from left to right: Pattie Griffin; Carol Thume; Lorrie Acker; Mike Duss; Diane Hladik; Steve Duss, and Betty Bargeloh. (Below) Showing Curtis Shrecengost the proper way to do up a cinch are Donna Elder, (front) and Bonnie Shaw. The girls are assistant instructors in-the Summer Program's horsemanship classes.


Workload transfer - Great stacks of service records and office files changed hands as Naval Station, last Tuesday, took over the personnel administration of Naval Supply Depot and Naval Base. Leonard H. Brown, YN1, (center) receives the records as John C. Collis, PN1, (left) of NSD and R. J. Pinkos, YN2, of NavBase offload.

Dependents Given Tour Of VU-1O


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Dependent wives of VU-10 officers toured Leewaid Point Wednesday, July 5. LTJG Hart J. Schwarzenbach Jr. shows a group the cockpit of one of the Leeward Point based aircraft.


New Chiefs - Captain George C. Ball Jr., Commanding Officer of Naval Station, congratulates five former white hats on their advancement to Chief Petty Officer Monday, July 17. The men and their new rates are, from left to right: William H. Clarke, BMCA; Eugene C. Neary, BMCA; Warren J. O'Connell, SKCA; Frank A. Sherrill, BMCA; and William M. Young, ENCA (SS).


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....... OTO 'O ' DS ,R. ' S O
AR.LJIGH BURI2' 1S LETIR TO ALL IADS AN OD)TOOTYWO2ASOSRVC

There come"-es aim e in every mants lif d..,. ien he must attempt to evaluate what hWe has done to better.his.country, his service, his family and his group. This re"view can verywell comprise the legecy a man bequeaths to. his successors, II have now-with mbre th.n:w.a - .A ,bf.'r.e,uotance.-orpached :th ap t.ge~and in retrospect I find it impossible to single out any one item whi.ch I can truthfully say was exclusively and inmlienably mine, This is a t-ruTEXAS "GALS" BROUGHT. iSm which most men re.cogni.ze oventually because they HO!2 A. ITT .C..QLOS!M learn that major accomplishments can be achieved only with the,.coopqration of friends and shipmates, The Texas stars shQne ...In forty-tw yearsof naval service I have had a bright at the-Naval ation uni.que opportunity to serve my country which I deeply
Friday and Saturday right s, appreciate,-I have. aso been blessed by the lylty The Texas stars in this support .and f-iendship of the most*,dedicated people I c .se were&,the 1)9 .Nl.y haveover.known, not. the least of whom is my devotbd-Maids and their director wifef,
f r p m Beaumont, Texas, Eperience has brought me a full appreciation of the They gave two performsrnces prize cargo a man can hoist aboard, To this beloved at the Naval Station Movie Navy I do commend: Lyceum, and one at the, Love of country, overshadoving i other loves, inMCB-7 camp. cluding service, faiy and the seo
The Ilody Mais, a In dividul desire to excel, not for aggrandizement al1-girl group, brought to of self, but to increase the excellence of the Navy. the base their own brand -Courage to stand for principle, regardless of efforts of singing and gave th.at to dilute this courage through compromise or evasion. "nearer to home" feeling Ny service life has been rich and rewarding, and no to all, man cam ask for more, May you, too find satisfaction
The director of the and throughout your careers experience fair wnds and troupe, Mrs. Eloise .Milem_., following seas.,


organized the-Melody Mids duri-ng the early days of World War II, M, e up of -1is from B-Bauzm-t, they be arn performing at bond rallied and oth er patriotic functions. Before long, news of the group spread to military posts in their home area and the girls began receiving requests for their ;appear.1c
The group ima self-sustaining, non profit, amateur group, The girls who visited Guantanamo Bay
* were between the ages of
17 and 21. In choosing the girls for this group, stress is not placed on. an outstanding singing voice as much as on character, congeniality personal appearance, poiseo, conduct and groominng, hT-h traits were constantly re-a fiected whther. the girls were on the stage: or sitting in the audience,



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CHES PLAYER? TOU RNA T IN D.C . WORTH 00

Hey Sailor, Marine" Need some spending money, let's say in the neighborhood of$l 50' to i1000? If you are a chess player you may be able to pit your skill inthe Second Annual Armed Forces Chess Tournam.ent at Washington, D,C,, and possibly win one of the four prizes of kpl00O, o500' 0250 or 150.
You can give your skill on the chess board a real


test at an evening meeting of the base's King's Knights' Chess Club, The organization of c h e s s players meets each. Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Teen Club which is located on Sherman Ave.
The King's Knights' -club is holding tournaments in
order to make recommendas'. tions of individuals to take. part in. the Armed Forces .,Tournament, Only military personnel"are eligihble to.enter the tournament, Those recommended will need the approval of their Commanding Officer to take'part in-the Washington tournament, The King's Knights,' has approximately. 15 -active members, and will welcome any person who wants to learn or improve his ches


game It is a widely known fact that the best way to improve a skill is
through comp etition,
Base champions in the gmne of chess have been both military and civilian. The . ase master of the chess board for 1958, .,.'..59 and 1960 was � Jeff Lvthis, a civilian employee., Presently Chief Petty Officer Leland M ca d d o x holds the crown. Chief Mai ddox may see his kingdom ,rumble with the arrival of Qhirles Rider from Norfolk. Rider holds the Tidewater Area Championo ship. However, Rider will not be able to compete for the base., championship.


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THZ.. SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT


VU-10 1KNEE DEEP'' IN REELISTONITS'


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Utility Squadron Ten is going strong this year reenlistments. The squadron has an overall total 76 per cunt ship overs since January 1961. The newly enacted STAR Program has appealed to


VU-lOers, all reenlisting for six years,. Career designated reenlistment s
for 1961 hce.V.been1'-00 per cent. In all, 18 men have
taken the oath for another hitch with the Navy in Utility Squadron Ten,
The squadron is proudCtto note they have had one Chief Petty Officer receive a commission through the LDO Program; LTJG Joseph
T. Smith attained officer status April 15 of this year. There are also fotr applicants up for selection as of now.
The educational aspects of the squadron are very good. In the Feb. exams, 65 per cent passed. Twcnty men have taken high school or college level GED tests since the begining of t61.
All these accomplishments have been achieved through the hard work of the INaval Station I&2 Office.

WGBY FOR THE HAPPY SOUND


SPECIAL TO THE OSUMDAY SUPPLIv2NT FROM THE U S SAR TOG' A (cVA-60) As a rule, when a ship is inspected by a fleet training group, it is~thetrning group personnel that provide the surprises. Not so in the case of Comnmndor Guilford D:, Acker, of Gc 'uantnao Fl e est Training Group, who ..s currently observing operations aboard the aircraft carrier Saratog.
A message was sent to CDR Acker inforing him that he had just made Captain. H,,e, r the Oporations Officer int ercepted the message and kept the news a secret until ho had informed the giant carrier' s Comnanding Officer, Captain Roger V. Mohlo. Then, in an ifor, mal ceremony on the bridge CAPT Mehle and CDR M.V. Dawkins, the ship's Executive 'Officer, presented the astonished ':Captain with his silver eagles.


(C -71S CO PROMORED TO COMI4,NDR


bert M. LaLande, CE, USN, Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Seven, was promoted to the rank of CommandCr on Friday, July 7. A veteran of 16 years commissioned servic,he reported to the Battalion in March of this year.,
In 1945 the Commander graduated from the Naval Acad-. epqr -and was commissioned an Ensign of the line.,j A) '0 LKL 'S His first tour of duty was aboard the USS Harrison Boy: "Dad, do. political (DD-573) as the Assistant plums grow from seeds?I Dad: '"'NoTh eyrresuet
Engineering Officer, ,
ODE. LaLande was ordoeed from clever grafting."
.L 1,jlnd waL1.aed.'


To te lavy's posi. graoouat e unit at TroyO N..,in
1946. Upon completion, of his studies at Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute, he was transferred to the Civil Engineer Corps,


Jane: Why do you go out with that boy who has kissed every girl in town?"
Joan: "Because now he is in a position to .preciate the best issing in the world,"


The following are births recorded at the U.S.. Naval Hospital, Guantanmo -Bays Cuba.
A son, Karl Nelson Evans, to arvin Lee and Willa Beane Evans. Born June 29. Evans. isattached to FTG,

A son, Joe Davia Boal t9 Robert Mlorgan and Quinones A, Beal, Born July 7. Boal is attached to the Hospital,

A son, Steven Richard .Brooks, to Kenneth Donald 'and Vmdelyn Brooks. Born J u, 7. Brooks is attached to PVC,

Sso n, Ronald Wayne Chappl, to Richard Glenn and 'etty Lou Chappcl. Born July 8. Chappel is attached to NAS.

A daughter, Mry Lorain Idhlbauor, to John Pearson and Elizabeth Mhlbauer. Born July 14. * ihlbauer is attached to the Naval
Mission, Haiti,
A s n Chrles Arthur Dotzauor, to C h a r i e s Eugene and Nacmy Lee Dotzauer. Born J Ay 14. Dotzauer is attached to FTG...



SPORTS QUI"Z

Can you identify the following professional boxers by their nicknames?

2, The Hawk.
3. "Will o f the Wisp.
4. Bo ston Strong Man.


5. YMan of Steel.
(ANSWERS)
1, Jim Braddock.
2. Kid Gavilan. 3. Wffillie Pep.
4. John L. Sullivan.
5. Tony Zale.


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5unitay pemiest A VOIGF OF THE PEOPLE Vol. II, No. 29 U. S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Sunday, July 23, 1961 COMSERVLANT, COMFAIRJAX Arrive On Base Inspection arms -Rear Admiral Dennis W. Knoll, ComServLant, inspects the Marine Honor Guard upon his arrival in Guantanamo Bay Tuesday, July 18. RADM Knoll was here to tour the base and inspect various commands. Accompanying RADM Knoll was Rear Admiral C. Blick, SC, USN. Meeting and greeting -Rear Admiral J. M. Carson, ComFairJax, is introduced to Commanding Officers of Naval Base activities by Rear Admiral Edward J. O'Donnell. RADM Carson arrived on the base Tuesday, July 18. Full honors were rendered the Admirals by a Marine Honor Guard, the Naval Base Band, and gun salutes. RADM Carson was here to inspect VU-10. Melody Maids Capture Hearts At Guantanamo See Story Page three, Sunday Supplement Glenda Gray Joyce Park

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Sunday, July 23, 1961 B THE SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT "This Move Will Get Him" Young David Marcello, 11 years old, makes a move in an attempt to trap his opponent, Frank Loprest. Jeff Mathis, King's Knights' Chess Club Director, said the young player is "a worthy opponent." Watching the games between Marcello and Loprest, at a weekly meeting of the King's Knights' Chess Club are, from left to right: Jim Prejean; Jeff Mathis; Leland Maddox, present base chess champion, and Jules Zell. See story page three, Sunday Supplement. The Big Move Is On The big launch -Commander Guilford D. Acker of the Fleet Training Group is surprised with the news that he has just made Captain, and is presented his silver eagles by Captain Roger W. Mehle (right), Commanding Officer of the USS Saratoga (CV-60), and Commander M. V Dawkins, Executive Officer of the Saratoga. See storyW Sunday Supplement. I0 Doors Or Out, Summer Program A Hit In a crafts class taught by Mrs. Robert Ohl, youngsters learn to channel energy into creativity. Projects for the class include, earrings made of shells, carved leather belts and coasters, and tooled metal pictures. Working on a leather project are, from left to right: Pattie Griffin; Carol Thume; Lorrie Acker; Mike Duss; Diane Hladik; Steve Duss, and Betty Bargeloh. (Below) Showing Curtis Shrecengost the proper way to do up a cinch are Donna Elder, (front) and Bonnie Shaw. The girls are assistant instructors in the Summer Program's horsemanship classes. Workload transfer -Great stacks of service records and office files changed hands as Naval Station, last Tuesday, took over the personnel administration of Naval Supply Depot and Naval Base. Leonard H. Brown, YN1, (center) receives the records as John C. Collis, PN1, (left) of NSD and R. J. Pinkos, YN2, of NavBase offload. Dependents Given Tour Of VU-10 S Dependent wives of VU-10 officers toured Leewaiu Point Wednesday, July 5. LTJG Hart J. Schwarzenbach Jr. shows a group the cockpit of one of the Leeward Point based aircraft. New Chiefs -Captain George C. Ball Jr., Commanding Officer of Naval Station, congratulates five former white hats on their advancement to Chief Petty Officer Monday, July 17. The men and their new ratesE are,from left to right: William H. Clarke, BMCA; Eugene C. Neary, BMCA; Warren J. O'Connell, SKCA; Frank A. Sherrill, BMCA; and William M. Young, ENCA (SS). 0 Pa a v .d 7 .-d "7

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11 1~ 1{ ry, ~1ppT2~1 11S41 1 o hIM VR49Ittl111111llti11t11 111I {tl fl li+ 11w (1'it A T T l6 1 l d vt~,1 tt1 S1;11:Ny1 11;l; .1, 11}i N 11t1)!111 p+ ARLEIGH BURKE'S LETTER TO ALL IANDS AN ODE TO F ORTY-TWO YEARS 0O' SERVICE There comes a time .in every man's life. when he must attempt to evaluate what he has done to better his country, his service, his family and his group. This review can very well comprise the legacy a man bequeaths to his successors, I have now -with more thhnia.twiige of ehuotance-roached :th a~t ty4ge;and in ret respect I find it impo sible to single out any one item which I can truthfully say was exclusively and inalienably mine, This is a truTEXAS "GALS" BROUGHT ism which most men cognize eventually because they HOME2AITTI2CLOSER learn that major accomplishments can be achieved only with the. coopration of friends and shipmates. The Texas stars shone .In forty-twoeyears:of naval service I have had a bright at the Naval nation unique opportunity to serve my country which I deeply Friday and Saturday right s, appreciate,-I have also been blessed by the lpyalty, The Texas stars in this support and friendship of the most dedicated people I case were the 119 'al1 yhaveever known,!not the leist of whom is my devoted Maids and their director wife, f r q m Beaumont, Texas. Experience has brought inca full appreciation of the They gave twol performances prize cargo a mn can hoist aboard To this beloved at the Naval station Movie Navy I do corond: Lyceum, and one at the uLove of country, overshadowing all oth or loves, inMCB-7pcludi r service, f aloy boband the seay TheIMelodys: Maids, o Individual desire to excel, not for aggrandizement all-girl group, brought to of self, but to increase thesexcllnce of theoNavy. the base their own brand C ouragecj to stand for principle, regardless of effort s of singing and gave that to dilute this courage through compromise or ovafhon. "nearer to home feeling y service life has beenriach and rewarding, and no to all, mtan can ask for more. May ye, too, find satisfaction The director of bthe nd throughout your careers exparinnce fair winds and troupe, Mrs. Eloise tilam following seas. organized the Melody Maids during the early days of World War II, Ma e up of girls from Beaumant, they began performing at bond rallies and other patriotic functions, Before long, news of the group spread to military posts in their home area and the girls began receiving requests for their appeara1ce, The group is.a self-sustaining, non-profit, amentour group, The girls who visited Guantanamo Bay were between the ages of 17 and 21. In choosing the girls for this group, stress is not placed on an outstanding singing voice as much as on character, congeniality personal appearance, poise, conduct and grooming, T hooseo traits were constantly reflected whether the girls were on the stage or sitting in the audience S ',0)9a47 /s/ Arloigh Burke 0C255 PLAYER? TOURNAMENT IN D.C. WORTH $10O0 ey Sailor, Marines Need some spending money, let's say in the neighborhood of $150 to :1000? If you are a chess player you may be able to pit your skill inthe Second Annual Armed Forces Chess Tournament at Washington, DC., and possibly win one of the four prizes of lO0O, 50, $250 or 150. You can give your skill .on the chess board a real test at an evening meeting of the base's King's Knights' Chess Club, The organization of c o s s players meets each Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Teen Club which is located on Sherman Ave. -The King's Knights' club is holding tournaments in order to make recormnenda& tions of individuals to take part in. the Armed Forces Tournament, Only military personel are eligible to enter the tournaent, Those recommended will need the approval of their Commanding Officer to take part in the Washington tournament, The King's Knights' has approximately 15 active members, and will welcome any person who wants to learnor improvehis chess game. It is a widely known fact that the best way to improve a skill is through competition, Baso champions in the gane of chess have been both military and civilian. The )ase master of the chess board for 1958, .'59 and 1960 was Jeff Lathis, a civilian employee. Presently Chief Petty Officer Leland M no0d d o x holds the crown. Chief Maddox may see his kingdom crumble with the arrival of Charles Ridor from Norfolk. Rider holds ;the Tidewater Area Championship. However, Rider will not be able to compete for the base.championship. )LUP 'KP GUANTANAMO CLEAN S -TRI .e .,I ..I ,. .J,. : :."".iil.,. t"ttll."1ti ~II1lt1t 1 te l\11\t' 11 i7 4Ji\1 MlkllMkW)

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SUNDAY, 23 JULY 1961, VU-10 "KNEE DEEP" IIN REENLISTME NTS THE SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT LOOK WHO'S HERE Utility Squadron Ton is going strong ,this year roenlistments. The squadron has an overall total 76 per cent ship overs since January 1961. The newly enacted STAR Prograun has appealed to VUJ-lOers, all reenlisting for six years, Career designated reenlistment s for 1961 have.been-1OO per cent. In all, 18 men have taken the oath for another hitch with the Navy in Utility Squadron Ten, The squadron is proud;to note they have had one Chief Petty Officer receive a commission through the LDO Program; LTJG Joseph T. Smith attained officer status April 15 of this year. There are also four applicants up for solect'ion as of now. The educational aspects of the squadron are very good. In the Feb. exams, 65 per cent passed. Twenty men have taken high school or college level GED tests since the bogining of '61. All these accomplishments have been achieved through the hard work of the Naval Station I&E Office. WGBY FOR THE HAPPY SOUND SPECIAL TO THE SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT FROM TE USS SARATOGL (CVA-60) As a rule, when a ship is inspected by a fleet training group, it -isthe training group personnel that provide the surprises. Not so in the case of Commandor Guilford D, Acker, of Guantanamo's F 1 o e t Training Group, who is currently observing operations aboard the aircraft carrier Saratog, A message was sent to CDR Acker informing him that he had just made Captain. However the Operations Officer intercepted the message and kept the news a secret until he had informed the giant carrier' s Comnanding Officer, Captain Roger W. Mohle, Then, in an informal ceremony on the bridge CAPT Mohle and CDR M.V. Dawkins, the ship' s Executive Officer, presented the astonished Captain with his silver eagles, IMC X71S CO PROMOTED TO COMMANDI !abort M. LaLando, CEC, USN, Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Seven, was promoted to the rank of Commander on Friday, July 7. Sveteran of 16 years commissioned servico,he reported to the Battalion in March of this year. In 1945 the Commander graduated from the Naval Academy and was commissioned an Ensign of the line. T 00 LAWS His first tour of duty was aboard the USS Harrison Boy:."Dad, do political (DD-573) as the Assistant plums grew from seeds?!? EOfficerDad: "No, They result Engineern ws r from clever grafting," C LanewsoHHdE to the Navy s post gradluate unit at Troy, N.Y.,in 1946. Upon completion of his studies at Renssalaor Polytechnic Institute, he was transferred to the Civil Engineer Gorps. Jane: Why do you go out with that boy who has kissed every girl in town?" Joan: "Because now he is in a position to appreciate the best kissing in the world," The following are births recorded at the U.S. Naval Hospital, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. A son, Karl Nelson Evans, to IMarvin Lee and Willa Beanne Evans, Born June 29. Evans is attached to FTG, son, Joe David Bealtp Robert Morgan and Quinones A, Boal, Born July 7. Beal is attached to the Hospital, A son, Steven Richard Brooks, to Kenneth Donald and Vandelyn Brooks, Born July 7. Brooks is attachod to PWC, A son, Ronald Wayne Chappol, to Richard Glenn and 'Betty Lou Chappol. Born July 8, Chappel is attached to NAS, A daughter, Mary Lorain ihlbauer, to John Pearson and Elizabeth ihlbauer. Born July 14. Mihlbauor is attached to the Naval Mission, Haiti, A son, Charles Arthur Dotzauer, to C h ar 1 e s Eugene and Nancy Leo Dotzauor, .Born July 14. Dotzauer is attached to FTG. SPORTS QUIZ 'Can you identify the following professional boxers by their nicknames? 1, Cihddell.a Man., 2. The Hawk. 3. Will of the Wisp. 4. Boston Strong Man, 5. Man of Steel, (ANsWEnRs) 1, Jim Braddock. 2, Kid Gavilan., 3, Willie Pep. 4. John L. Sullivan. 5. Tony Zale. PAGE 4 .}lII I I II. I. 0 i(llti i Ill'iJ i' l i' {.il.ii 7 !li1, 4:" l4 f 1I 1[ )f ,+ "f~lttI ltlfl o IIrlj{fl{'iV5!4I4 f ~c S 0 0