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A VOICE OF 'THF PEOPLE

VoL II, No. 40 U. S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Sunday, October 8, 1961



Senator Jordan Visits and Chats With N. C. Residents


On tour-Colonel M. Adelman, CO Marine Barracks points out the perimeter of the base to Senator B. Everett Jordan, Democrat North Carolina. Accompanying the Senator are, Captain Walter Yanochik, USMC, (behind
Senator) and Mr. W.R. Cochrane, Administrative Assistant to Senator Jordan.


-Pier Lima was a "bee hive" of tuber 30, as two mobile construeplaces, Newly activated MCB-8 3 DeSoto County to relieve MCB-7 he United States aboard the same constructing dependent's housing nn the hase


Operation happiness to Haiti - Crewmen of the snorkel
* submarine USS Sea Cat (SS 399) take aboard for delivery
60 cartons containing donations from base residents. Skipper of the Sea Cat Commander Robert A. Bergs (far ight), offered to deliver the goods to the Military Mission in Haiti on September 29, While his ship is making a ..A.. .. tnn&tl Vit thaL Sow stnrv Rundmav nnnLpmant


Drive in service-Base residents need not leave their automobiles to mail their letters, thanks to the Post Office crew. Harry K. Ritchey, PH2, uses the new drive in letter drop box erreced by the Post Office people. The letter box is located in front of the Fleet Post Office, off Sherman Avaa







Public Works Week: Acquaint Yourself With PWC *


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At the drawing board-Reviewing plans for a PWC lob .. are, from left to right: Leonard Henthorn; Bill Grifin; Juice source-Norbert R. Schneible of the Utilities DeJack Baker; and George Comnios. These men play key partment stands by one of the 18 generators operated by roles in the design and engineering; material planning Public Works Center. The 18 generators have a combined and procurement; administration and financial management; work planning; and coordination and control. All a f 10,950 kilowatts. There are three power plants this is necessary to PWC in its operation of a $7 million on the base.


"Fits fine"-Public Works Center administers approximately 1,000 units of family housing for the Naval Base. Edward W. Gidora, PWC Housing Manager demonstrates the comfort to be found in the new Villamar Replacement Housing.


"Mr. Fixit" - Homer H. Cole, Head of the Transportation Department checks over one of the approximately 900 vehicles maintained and operated by the PWC. Last year Public Works Center performed about 600 vehicle main-


"And over here"-Virgil Crow, Job Superintendent and H. L. Chapman, PWC Master Mechanic, inspect a part of the Enlisted Men's Recreation Building being constructed by the PWC. When completed, this $500,000. structure will serve as a recreation center for the fleet and Naval Base enlisted men.


Nearing completion -Workmen of the PWC are installing grounding wires for one of the new antennas recently erected for Naval Base Communications. The PWC provides all maintenance support for Naval Base activities, and in in conjunction with Mobile Construction forces, is responsible for all new construction on the base.


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A$S',,,h'( 2CA I L. 14r TOURS BASE, APLS ON LOCAL TV
Full' honors were rendered to the Jonorable Kenneth E. ;3Jieu, Assistant Secretary
of the Navy Upon his arrival at Leeward oint Thursday, October 5. The Assistant
u -le. war nt Th . . ," t ' o . a r
Lecretax was greetd by Re ar .A dmiral .-ward Jo 0 Donaell, Coucander Naval Base, anc
NavaLl as! Coi'mraanding Officers. A background ofmusic -Was furnished by the "aval

. llso !.rr1.ving Tith the, G- IBILL DI"S IN CO!,R $," '. ".VES TLi'Ill
.1s.nt:::t -Icret ry of the DTTTTIOOK DT ' . . ONOaED (J'STS
Navy Wi. rC: Roar Idmiral
S J".Poundy S~Cial _.is-o 'tIt dP! ;
J. ...... .. .p I . ten is hr.ve A film, simply titled
sistant to ' the S11c- 1t of s,- -po ,I, v7 s1 , bw
irt t StarY o f died in the past session Navy Vivos" w-s hoWn to the Navy, -nd vsrs. :ounr,7; cf C onrss, i.,g.sltion vy -ivs Club ..embers nd
C.ap. in D.C P -4 ;,.rs. . . or bxine ored guests during a soc-Captain ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~d f'C Pl ., ,....;...cns .:r .or ...... honor
Uiide, and "irs. Plat: and t a viccen ial held at the Navy ixives'
iajor C.F, Langley, marine W mV,. .-.t4 led duty- Club hut in Villamer, .hursI;
aide, ,nd i-rs, Lanle.. sn tLc r.1.sb n o.ar,,i p.... c r. -.
hortly- ft 6r 'cis '"'"-! c... I ... ... me
'or tri.. ,,u0?. r rvists r-fo re the film club merval,-Asot~nt -:cret.r n n on ;l.uardsmen. bers introduced themselves BeLi u was given a briLf- "r ~s re's n all- to the honored guests; Irs.
ing on the current status o.u.t 1io b !iton inthe :lw ar Jo b 'on l, lirs.
of th base whioh was fol- coming 3r,: on hs, the pros- Georg C. P.ll Jr. and ,r;
oi� C; prs- C.B'11 -m
...low.d Thy a t..ur of base ;ct~so� Congress passing Robert K. Wilson.
Facilities, . . peaeetime" Billnre>� .,.frest-ments were. se rved
KOBY TVcarricda simu! year, is a so considred buff du"r n the sc.. ... S t . . ,, .. z)- ... and. aunst st !:xn
cast que stion and answer remote according to, the ial, 'nd co-mients on the
progr: m with LCDR Jam~s latest reports. ,Navy Wives" riovie were made F. Lloyd, . 'l Pub- _.___ong the members and guests.
,lic Inforrtifon Officer, .L TEP GTW . i.; C_ [,- 'A
a1skingp theJ +eseatSc
retard questions .on the .V SE TE,;"d TO DLJUVER GIFTS TO H1rCTM latest world evernts &ir, -'-"------ --"---["----lloyd' s first qyterof :the Th snork4a submarine o13S Sea Cat (SS399)is fast evening 'was one of local bc ain, xi,,mkow in the , diterrnean and Caribbean as
intcre:t; "tA hat do the ,, - ' 3ub/-.rin.
people of the United- ' In ts ;ffrt . hr share in the People-to-Peple
States thik of our un kby Co nde Robe rt
a o as.? To this, T h'-s .. d.. i "-ri , hit� d.n.tions to needy
Assistant -Icrer Pn fe- aih: ito its dort, .of .
Lieu Said th::t he .;.as un- . On, September -28, the Sea
a,...l1, to acnrm,?, for. all L0'K a;.,;O'S .4.pj,. C.at took aboard sixty cartons
... ..... C...uar'tanamo .packed with donations fr'om
~ .... .i2 ....n- The fl:'lnz.. ..irt:hs b-..s reside, nts. !'. d;;amation
.1' ratwr r .ore at th . for Haiti started lat � year instalj..i., ad:o. Lt, is "a N~v.r.! K,_Soital Ouantanaao-, as a Srnda,,y ...School projeb%;.....

.......d.is.here t > ,1 . -'>, Ter..,sa and now has base-wide partic..trong " .t *,[ u.

Re',r '.dmirel Edward J., * r, 7 l..4! ,, Guantanamo residents packed
ODon l, CotcNaBas, to Andree Lewis and the cartons with goods, inhost"e.d rcp n for cr. phirtey TnmpIV Pkerigard. cluding clothing, toys and . .Leu and hi party.: lat er cuned foodS, The Sea Cat
T : : s d :. '.2 . v < n i nR" B r n 9S e p t . . 2 1 , P e r il r
"Tn is atace o T. will dliver the goods to the
., s att~ache,(c) N SP. "
dix day, ths dn- .*i,*.it' ry mission in Co ,pe
tarieB hlcoptAred to Lea- A. sn Roer Jerry ..aitians, Hraiti , its , . tWei Paia tfo -a- to ..r of 5 lbs. 93/4 zs,, to of cal..
tobert Jerr and Anna [he 2ea Cat h.As just cOnILprr hor- ars w--e 1e~br.~en et 3 plated an a ssi.;gnmentwh
give t-O I. is attached to Fleet Trainin g Gru-:p, andi rti atpoaval Statn return to its homeIC part at K MaC4Y G945-a:m_ Priday, (&NLLNU-t ,y, 0.. '-C 3P: rst. Florida after deliverb :nd the .arcrnft with the the ifts to the mission. party aba, rd left the base
*.bot10...Tl TORLD ,f-.1,.RT] S, PL 'Y ;y PL"Ya.R OVE R VQG Y PRACTICE PIPE S.;FE-TY
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OTEC:SC R SSi':L E .1._E NICITLES OF GUANTANAMO LIFE

The week of October 1.-7 has boen aesignated Natio nal Public Works Week In the U.S., this occasion provides the general public with an opportunity to become acquainted with the people and the facilities which furnish the vtal services with, out which no community can exist. Although the residents of the ,aval Base do not


!iake th:. same types of decisions. ,egarding public works
-1Tr . TD ,-'Y :4 E "Y.0?
P?3ON' LITY GLVSES OF NC KEYEOY S

, r. H.L, Chapman, ,ster mechanic (Public 7vrks) is the Head of the : Pblic TWorks Center snten -n.nce Dep rt-ient. "Chappi 'an!] his wife eR.it h ,v.. been resirlents -f the Naval se fr-7 years. Prior to ni s .mpi oynt o th -as ro .- n serared four
erlv' L th e A-"" re1.as, t C i A.ctIVo 'duty with th rarn. of If"-3, n alcditi -n to his E +D ( 2 O C I
' " P-1 : ,4 . f ;"4 .
With .P C , .. .., ... .,_


t.IeO to serve as IP sidnt of tL-e Qua~tanamo Bay Rif le and istol Club, and is a r,-st " m d" f h
r C :n 17 oft
local umerica n Legion Post.
Another Ott coito of long standing is r.r Homer H. Cole, H -r. Cole is an ctiver tber of the &merican Le-gion and the Supervisr' s s sociat in n +he base.
Acting Head of the Utilities Department in the absence of 4 r. 3. Pow rs isor Irbe rt (P::ay~
Schneible, Chief uartorman Aechanic. : 'r. O.,-. C., Co minos -s bLan the H -ad of the n.ant.n mc Cntrol De.. p rament since -y 1959.
-m, omninos. has h d a stint as a civilian with the 'rm Signal Corps: as a fL I n gineer prior to his Gu'nt namio employment. George and his wife Ef fie res ide in Villam.r. Goorvc particip[:tes in .J:lf, soft CONTINUEL D ULXT COLUTLN)


bal, i bowling on the b se, an: is a past Vice A :y' r ;fthe JiliIL mar Council.

Tc. -PUC Supervis-xy Housing ina er is Mr. Edward g. GiV ra, He aILn with his wife ...r a ret and 5o n Geo'rge h;o.ve iive9 en the Naval Pose since Oct. 1957. Lfter t.-~os of. service as-3 first se rs ant in the Army 1nd his- family resiced in Japan for 11 yrs. ...On t C cl 5s ,-Lna."i, isac tive in the :id <] i ' c T ..... n the
T13, Ima
'_.. .' s associrt:i n.
. .. m ".. Gr.fffln
Ss i, -n the base
. ... y.. ... 9 , -n at
13rescnt is employed .as .lo~f t. e 'aterialD Bp-rtI:.. for the Public r a.0' r.er. Pill servd f'ur years with the . 1my -)i3r Corps, and workod for tb.e local Naval Supply .x,-prt for 13 years prior t his oresent job. His wife lmily and four daughters also reside on the base, :-nd th v are active in many base activities Bill is also active in the American
Legion and the Guantanaio Pay Fifle and Pistol Club
-nd is an ardent g>1fer.
T. Ord . ienth- rn, a Civil Structur.l En1Eineearis serving as a cing Head ofthe Design Dorart'ent during the absence (COoNIvu. , ow, PA.GE SIX)


as the voter ;-f a civiliar co mmunity,, it is nonethe" less, approiate that they be informed regarding the men and, machinery that pro, vide this service to the base.
The U.S. Navy Public
Works �Center, Guantanamo Bay, has two main functions
to perform-- supporting the missions of the Naval B-se, the Fleet, andfurn-. ishing the services to the base "comVmnity, without the functions, life at Gutanamo could be unpleas:nt, if not impossible utliies, housing, trans-: rrt ton, and many related items. is a matter of interest, Public orks, in the Nav covers a ouch broader spectrum tht .its civili.n :count$�rpart, entering such fields as bus ' nd tazi service, specializ " in .... nd "rental" of famiLy-housi, and large scal construction.
Cap aDn John D.urky,
-CE O, :JON.N, comands PWC, which has a force of 10 officrs, 4 enlisted men, l0U.S. Civil Serice personnel most 1200 nonU. Citizen workers. PhC is responsible for more than $3 0 Million worth of real estate, not including land value, almost 1000 pieces of automotive equi, ment, and a vast amount o. toolS, shop equ.ipment, f ur'iture, *Thd other minor property. Its annual volume of b'isine-a.s appn,:m'eh~ $~7 million.
The probLems cf supporting the b se, fleet, and th.. community are many and serious. < ithout the help and cooperation of the Bas


Commande r .nd the other cm an:cs of the Naval Base, and, above all, without t1 ingenuity and enrgy oft

(G~iLIED ON PA.G2 SIX)


SUJEDAY, 8 OCTOBER 1961


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THE SUND'' , - SUPULI',r,




TO .ANt'S
-,.O DT
Fy J .:,f i. LLOYD

? H abla Usted es pFnol
as increased -nnhasis in l:carntng the- Sp-.nish n-.g117,:.3is. prob hl.ly one of h. bh! st tbigs that as .h- r .n1,." on .his base in th~.. p.t year' Last yaar at tl--is ti..e, it was possible to count the stud., .nts of Spnisi.. This year Ar, and : Admiira2 'and �rs.
OKLonnelI have sot 'an "axcellent: e.xmo _le for l to follow�, In..spite of their ma.ny obligations and duties, thuy hayv., b ori en incentive to mrany a Spenish stud .nt hare, I Last year LI Uawlns worked herd to establ.ish


p ii.s,,-.speaking lunch%on group, Ils idea, a excellent oni,. had a numibur of interested participants. Hoa.~v r this tar .h number has groat. iy incr:a.s;d with the cdclition of t,.ny n.nthusias

ome:r. Still, no group iurviv;s w ithout .an or.garvizer, and to Y~iuaial Er,:il goes - big bouquet not only for k ,ping the ide., of this (Cr"1rTi1FJEr NLTP OLU,.N)


JLuNgDL 8 . .KR 1961


&.P-ORTS CO)RNI2
y *A" PJ aN

The base softball season is ale and several t:1 ealls loom as Thf-. NAS Chiefs have a -slight of 12 wins and three losses, '1

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rs ..a..T..ilb eftorthciif, 'Dur aculs~h
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arid -.crs o vs, ... . ] lans.-t, . nd r ,.t'e-,t attacke- q
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traspo 0.Nt, tA Fra
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The. Navy s h.n-..west., la rA.g;.. antals.
t ran spo rt, the Franc. ' varion has ben in the GunntnsnWir 0 y area since a last month,-' She :has been 'I undergoirg exercises with 3
Tr inng Group s
C apcL fs --As in
&"O, $ ofr. 22 knrr'.ts, the a

ci A- c e" t f n -ar
,O.O0 tons. a.3,6 t s5u. ar,, -ic,t. h ... lcop;tcr C
vtf.r, on the stern of th.. arion ..les i, to . .laUnch nori. rec.,.v- r. ro.- -I trp: wing a!recraft. -i


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Can you inrtch the following 'athletic team nicknames with the proper colI. Razorbacks.
2, Horned ..Frogs,
3. '. riukeys, 5. T~urripi

6. ouc,'.,k:: rs..
S7. Tarhcjls.
8. Cyclones.
9. Hoosiers.
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rapidly coming to its fin*possible League champions. ed-e with te b.est r cbrd qdih only ... o- ..- .
play. Hospital has a -ecord of 11wins end four Losss. VJ-iO and Le ward PO vnt arc- tied With 10 wins and four losses each and both have-three more gimes.: to play.
h hiefs., Hospital, TId- , and NAS 3Eoatshed aaove- aIe' red the right o play in the Post.-2easoi
�ourai~mnt, and at present .C is lead:- .th Na Jague this round with, a Court won 'nd no loss re.crd- Shou.d they win the round, they too w'll be rh,i to pl y in the tournIme+ri. In th American 4::ague, the Chi\:s are un- lefata~td and should they tin this round, only five

.eason Tournament, The dates for the tourn. Wn.iit have no.been set, his will be a double dim.nation :tou r nt, i n-Is
bould produce some excclwv Lent softball. This tournirrint will close out the L961 season which has been most favorable one with he Conlon Championship one )f its accomplishments. Tennis has become very .opular here, especially "or the six teams playing nLh' the b-.-.se t nnis league.. eating the group is Naval ;%ttion with . ...a three 'Woh'"' " ''< ro, loss record. -Close .bekind is PbC who have .lost rnly to Nava l, t~tion, and
ra-ve three w ins andl one Loss. Other teams playing .nth league are, Liositnl, TU-1O, NSD who have just )egani, arid prob-ibly the


iost enthusiastic of the "earns, th a arines Barracks hose team of some seven or
-ight is fast Limproving, anm, .f desire ,nd drive wore he on iy : lem .,ts neded Tin the, gai e, tss boys eould be leading the league,





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RE6ILINT-HEAR? iRIN C-"NTPR LID"~ E VYCIB~

orin Conmmnity Cent.o.r j oinEd the, ranks of the Naval Base recreational sites upon being dedicated by Rear draiirai Edward J...'Con.,ande Naval Base, in. . a c ,re:'. .ony hold at the newcenter. ednesday, Sptember n7.


..... i-sicnts were sat.d ... -: ,Cr.nt:r. 1; heor COi~ndc r N,"\ : v '-se .:nJ Co. itni ing0ff icrs of av-al Station Public Yo,.Qrks Center, and .C7 caakc remarks concern, an, the, recrci;ti onal b'. ing.
.In his talk, Captain
George. C. 'allJr. rp:;r... that, t he. rr tU rias Use in ,onstruti on .f the center make it the I":"si st huiilding on the base tO '-maint-nA. Ca.ptai in John in Burk- gave. a, suma r ,of how A.,on. C ent r.. was concieved, deailgned, and- finance. e also sid that the bu1Jn. w;s -,.n outat ::ndinC -xal-rmie of what "mric.ns can c) when they give a show Of. initiative.
o. l %. C- � t"i"n t
t,..n Seven C "C" in. �ffic r ier...t.... .. .
Se LaLne.t.id the audience th; at his &e-Bes n c c,,n .tructin-, thz, center had
-igned invaluablc CX-periO Ic, Th C oamandc r ad"ed t ra lrin,- by dawng9i
-;he best way t -ain ...i.l. nod ...CK(,-.7 voculad .�
save Gu,-ntanw abttr
t tlin th- n when th


iaysy" of t'he .n'h.val Base 3iV4a Council thanked -the So,-ts . on behalf of the
t rzid,nts for the. pa..
tO7 Q ar p rt. they playe! in
the :sruction of Aoin

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hos. be:cn a .sc~a "rinspira.ti,,on to. v4atch : r,.

In his rext .br&eahh. Y# -r"
�dirl0 one . pr .


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in the a-Iuditorium of A1or..
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1,o lowing the dedicaT.ion, -sts ..re invit * t sty ffr e:nts rn .th p r;, "an list n to ..Vusic furnshd ~ ." by tu. vJ s


end the bse resid. nts were able io walk thxrugh the various room in :rarin (ente r...





f :r,. Pauly. -.re isftered professi onal en.ee, Laonard has oen on the b s .f r ......ov- . - .
fory.rstthre.e, .o'f which Werespent ith the Naval A i Station Pu". !or, s hA par ment.. HiR ife .a nd son Rubo an re, id. oAn the

f:)),r..y ars ..: s- a? L ~ .-, t,.rnant :kn.eh Aritly ; noT ..
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tion 4&. 2.ipctr1,r DDartcr-.not., is a. veterann
f 1 oea'tof Y 3 1"r
t 1,o n- . r r�Servio..'e,- J-ack . 'nd his
wif " oris -nd three- � children have be-en bane. residents Since Nov. 1956. Jack served- in . the Ari.uy A.r Corps wit~h th rank of Ca trin.
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:Xrk' nsa s. Texas -Chrit.-an..&
Ohio State, :.;,-aryla nd
ashingt on, Pennsylvania. L rth Carolina.
Iowa Ot.at,e. Indiana.


CO-hiCBL-.NT TO VISIT-.B-8

Newly arrived _,CB.8 -wil..bo host t: Captain Jule, C. Tate. o Co eanaer., Nn.val Co*-...,
~ttoj Jattali.-n3&, U 4
-ta " .. eet- .
The Cr1Uc " = i'L.ceduct a w o i.n. :


THE SUNDAY ....




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key pvrsonnel of-W, , many of the onvianceswe, tend to r"--rd as essential would be non-xistent.


(BRTH S.CONTINUI)

.! son, Thoi as ,"lfred. Jr. 3 lbs.,,2- ozs to : Tho s .and .n LouIs, Williaf.i. U Box'n Sept. 30. Wilis is attached .to Hospital.

dauhter Carol Sue,
8 lbs. . oZ4., to. Robert ugen and Flos sie Belle t orn Oct. 2. ter. is, ottac...hedl to NAS.

A son teven n"ichal,
4 lbs. 9 ozs., to Carl and Gloria Jonson. orn Oct. 3. Johs .is attached to
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' daughte'ir Karen ,nn, b_ t Hart J.: nd J anell .,a ry 'Schealrzenbach. B orn Oct. chwarzaxbach is attached, to . WlO

A aaughter Cynthia ri, 7 lbs. s, to Vincent Tho:x s and Patricia ."-an
-,arrinucci. Born Oct. 5. ,: .rrinucci is attached to

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.un da eeM A VOIGF OF THE PEOPLE Vol II, No. 40 U. S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Sunday, October 8, 1961 Senator Jordan Visits and Chats With N. C.Residents On tour -Colonel M. Adelman, CO Marine Barracks points out the perimeter of the base to Senator B. Everett Jordan, Democrat North Carolina. Accompanying the Senator are, Captain Walter Yanochik, USMC, (behind Senator) and Mr. W. R. Cochrane, Administrative Assistant to Senator Jordan. One That Didn't Get Away Some good eating -Harris Lemaire, YNC, (right) says the 165 pound Sea Turtle which he and William Semple, GMC, caught will produce meat "tasting somewhat like veal." The turtle is one of two caught by the CPOs at Cable Beach with their bare hands. Operation happiess to Haiti -Crewmen of the snorkel S submarine USS Sea Cat (SS 399) take aboard for delivery 60 cartons containing donations from base residents. Skipper of the Sea Cat, Commander Robert A. Bergs (far right), offered to deliver the goods to the Military Mission in Haiti on September 29, while his ship is making a r__'eeAntiobfnal visnt there. Ra torV qnndAv qnnnPn~nft "Glad to meet you" -Joseph McMillan, AN, introduces himself to Senator B. Everett Jordan, Dem., North Carolina. The Senator met North Carolina residents stationed aboard the base during a reception held at the Naval Base Administration uildin Sunday, September 30. L. H. Brown. YN1. (center) also met the Senator. SeaBees on the move -Pier Lima was a "bee hive" of activity Sunday, September 30, as two mobile construction battalions traded places, Newly activated MCB-8 arrived aboard the USS DeSoto County to relieve MCB-7 which is returning to the United States aboard the same ship. The SeaBees are constructing dependent's housing and recrion "entr on the base. Drive in service -Base residents need not leave their automobiles to mail their letters, thanks to the Post Office crew. Harry K. Ritchey, PH2, uses the new drive in letter drop box erreced by the Post Office people. The letter box is located in front of the Fleet Post Office, off Sherman A va

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Public Works Week: Acquaint Yourself With PWC At the drawing board -Reviewing plans for a PWC job are, from left to right: Leonard Henthorn; Bill Griffin; Juice source -Norbert R. Schneible of the Utilities DeJack Baker; and George Comnios. These men play key partment stands by one of the 18 generators operated by roles in the design and engineering; material planning Public Works Center. The 18 generators have a combined and procurement; administration and financial managecapacity of 10,950 kilowatts. There are three power plants ment; work planning; and coordination and control. All f0,5 kloatshTee retreapwrelat this is necessary to PWC in its operation of a $7 million on the base. per year business. "Fits fine" -Public Works Center administers approximately 1,000 units of family housing for the Naval Base. Edward W. Gidora, PWC Housing Manager demonstrates the comfort to be found in the new Villamar Replacement Housing. "Mr. Fixit" -Homer H. Cole, Head of the Transportation Department checks over one of the approximately 900 vehicles maintained and operated by the PWC. Last year Public Works Center performed about 600 vehicle maintenance jobs. "And over here" -Virgil Crow, Job Superintendent and H. L. Chapman, PWC Master Mechanic, inspect a part of the Enlisted Men's Recreation Building being constructed by the PWC. When completed, this $500,000. structure will serve as a recreation center for the fleet and Naval Base enlisted men. Nearing completion -Workmen of the PWC are installing grounding wires for one of the new antennas recently erected for Naval Base Communications. The PWC provides all maintenance support for Naval Base activities, and in in conjunction with Mobile Construction forces, is responsible for all new construction on the base. S S S THE SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT Sunday, October 8, 1981 Page .2

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TE SUNDAY SUPPI1J' NT SUNDAY, 8 OCTOBER 1961 PAGE 3 ASSISTANT SECN1V IENNT"'O F URS BASE, AFEUES ON LOCAL TV Full honors were rendered to the Ponorable Kenneth E. BeLieu, Assistant Secretar7 of the Navy upon his arrival at Leeward Point Thursday, October 5. The Assist'nt ecrutary was greeted by Rear Admiral Edward J. O'Donnell, Coreander NKaval Bse, and N ~ -ase Couimmanding Officers. A background of music was frnished by the Naval 1so rriving writh the (PILL DL8 IN CONOFE f W NVPI 11m -tsist nt S cret ry of theTI ON7D I "If1E Najvy re:Roar Ldmiiral J.W Foundy, peci Asiplytitld sistant to the Secretary of died in the tIiNavives" w s a cWn to the Navy, ind ir. ovyvsClubebers d Cap tin D.C. DPl. at, Nv .0.Plts N~e~, ~ coadcr& fr ~re --honored guests during a socide, and irs. Plat: and ; r 'cmen ial hld at the a i .a jor C.F. Langley I t, ,\t i nt cut Crub lut in Villamer, arhursCine aide, nd "rs. Lang ley. ne -'rni'.-r r Shortnv after i riristsrth fil clubremval,,ASistant cretaretlurdsymen. b-s introduced themselves BeLi,:.u wasgivn a bri f_ Trl sst n's -n allto thehonoredg ing on thu current status 0o ttobiliztion in-the L ward J )Dnnell rs. of the base wh-4ich was fol-. citheprosGorgCP11 r.andlr low yiV a t :ur of baseuut_& of 0 nrss passing Rr1.11sn facilities_ peace tie CI Bill ne *r t were served ,GBY TV carried, a simulyear, isalonsidered buffet a Lyleduring thesoccast question and answer remte accrrding to.the i, .nd coe ant the prorm th LCD asavyovie were made F. Lloyd, Naval s Pribotheo-eab.-rs and guests. lic Infor ration OfficrA GI BILL DI1 SJIN '4 1 CRS, NV IE IWFL dsktnhstht sitsion retairy que,: sticns one 0 h-1 LS TtofC'o NrHss O LBSisEionTS TO 17i l1test cosiddcerdfotrrb 0, LydSa-first qiter of the T lrh -snorkt-l 1 submrine 112 Sea at (8S 399) is fast c-,,venimw-fits fnerofl"Lscrlico n e.j sinfth Korn r,rannandCaribbanas "cuTdiatdo '6 o rlei. p of th Uh-.1 t e d t T1 nin ;tsarauaintherdamen.pletoPOPle tate s think of our&u n, C. tskinplrsdbysCothrnnr Robert A. tanamo a55;?" Ta t 'Is u mblrto ivsrnitmas donations to needy Lieu s aie th ft casomnOnSeptembr 28, the ros al' ICnX. ~r IILOO ORGS I. Ct too(k ab,ard sixty carton t-) f~~r cts ofCIA ng1fR]ess passing auot, niO0 pa-mGpacked with donate timzGIfB om-errths bissealosidcntson.si r ed -:t theU.S. f r Hiti stlrt ited osa vatlGuxantanam avy a Sundays chb olembesctn strongdi s'he re e alnd nohdas baseNay idarticVbers introducea ihemtelvns rditiAlE da rd Ji,7) 14to Guntanamoresidents pcked o lCCtnthecartons with goods, init, -cmmnsnndh host d areception for MIr. i Tu -L_ Peniard. clouding clothing, toyc and Ltiu -nhis pa-.rty later porn Sept. 21. Perga ccnned foods. Sea Ct Iy~V12~*is attached to NSF. will d.-vor the ooistoth n % tisdty in vePn t xt dayv thiten diignis-:oipV t eblo red to Cea A sn,o W1rd F int for a tour Of 5 lbs. 9 3/'4 tozs.tfc the fciitisbertJrry and Anah p Parr honors wlreted an asimmcnt -with r -s~istant 0de> satch o ~ l~ rini J roup, -And wi, it to tapproxv turn to its h) pat at K retary Bvaied at approx. ml 9:45 a.m. Friday, (C 'TmTEDoC)DPAe'5Th'; et, ": najafter nd th aircraft with the S partabard left th basee STle T pl erig.ard 7'orn. SePtL .2If .Perigard l IsPt01") atce to NS AsnRbrtJery

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0 THE SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT S PUBLIC r41KS CENTER )KS OI'E. RE NICITIES OF GUANTANAMO LIFE The week of October 1-7 has bn signated National Public Works Week. In the J.S.,:this occasion provides the Eneral public with an opportunity to becme acquainted with the people and the facilities which furnish the vital services with. out which no c community can exist. Although the residents of the Naval Base d not 1--ke th:same types of decisionsraegarding public works P RSONIITY GLIPSES OF PC KEY EMPLOYEES r. H.L. ChapmIan, m ster ilchanic (Public rks) is the Head of the Pu.blic .Dorks Center intennce Departient. "Chappif" tnd his wife w-rnits hove been resients f the Nv s or 17 ya rs. Prir to rixs nmlmv-ent th Ch n r four yrs n1-7thLe Nay e n rl sedt natv UTy with the rank of -.In a iditi to hi ui (LOE CONIED) with t"CE pi" ins tIml to serve as uIdnt of theFJU uatnmO Boy Rfe an istol Club, ond is a st der of the 1oca 1 meican Le ion Post. other Gitmioite of long standin is Lr. Tomer H. COle, H .,d of the TransHomer Ind hisL)f Ceil, hav b en on the basc since 1942. From 192 to 1945Earvr served in the cape city of chief shipfitter in the Navy. dr. Cole is an active meber of the Aierican Lehion and the Sure rvisor's sociation on the base. Acting Head of th it ilities Department in the absence of r. B. rs is Ar. Norbert ('By) Schneible, Chief 'uart'rman yiechanic. mr cheible retired from the Navy as a Lieutenant after 20 yers )f service. Ray and his wife Helen have ben on the base since Lugust 1955. Ray is active in Toastmasters, the American Leion, and PTA. cir. r pCConninos e s been the. Had of the atnc C ntrol Le.prtment snce my 1959. ix. Comninos has hrd a stint as o civili, n with the crmy Signal Corps as a ill enginee r prior to his Gu ntnaii.o uployment. Geor:e end his wife Effie reside in Villamcr. Geore prticipotes in -Ilf, soft (CONTINUED BEXT COLU.mN) ball, ad bovlinI on the bose, an is '.past Vice r fhe Vilmar Thi. PC Supervisory Housih Manager is Mr. E Gi)ra. He al wong ith his wife Marnaret and son Gorrge have live or: the Naval ase since Oct. 1957. ifter tenyars of service as first sermeant in the r ,Ed in his family resid in Japa for 11 years. On th 1lca-L scen is .ctiv: in the *rai n L rio, an h Suredsors isciation. 4. limFGriffin has li n n the bs sns c y 104,s at prsn is employed as aT tIC at rial Deprte fr tIh public s tr. Bill serv our years with the rmy ir' Orps, and workor t local Naval Suppl Dpt for 13 years prior tL his present j,)b. His wife moily and four daughters also reside on the base, and they are active in many base activities. Bill is also active in the ."merican Legi on and the Guantanatao Pay aifle and Pistol Club a is an 'rdent T;.lfeor. L r .He nth rn, a Civil Structur-l Eneineer, 4s serving as Acting H f the Pesign Deprtmnt durir the absence (CONTIIJ I. ON PAGE SIXl) as the voter f a civiliar community, it is nonetheless, appriate that they be informed regal riding the men and machinery that provide this service to the base. TheT U.S. Navy Public Works Center, Guantanamo Bay, has two main functions to perform -supporting the missions of the Naval B -s, the Fleet, and-furnishing: the services to the baso "coimounity". Without the functions, life at untanama could be unpleas nt, if not impossible utilities, housing, transyortation, and many related items. As a matter of interest, Public Works, in the Navy covers a much broader spectrum thot its civilian counterpart, enterin g such fields as bus -nd taxi service, specialize mintenaIce and "rental" of faii7ly housing, and lcrre scale construction. Captain John D. Burky, CEO, UdN, commands PWC, which has a force of 10 officers, 4 enlisted men, 10. O.S. Civil Sovice personnel, a almost 1200 nonU citizen workers. PeC is responsible for more than t30 million worth of real estate, not including* 1and value, almost 1000 pieces of automotive equi ment, and a vast amount a tools$ shop equipment,furniture, and other minor property. Its annual volume of buisineas )ppreahes 7 million. The problems of supporting the b sc, fleet, and the community are i rny end serious. without the help ndp cooperAti)n of the Bas. C ammand r nd the other commands of the Nval Base, and above -all, without th in .nuity and energy of t (CTINUL O::N PAGE SIX) SUNDAY, 8 OCTOBER 1961 PAGE 4

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THE SUNDi\ SUPPLANT ORL J LKIL LLOYD Th icrasd nhsis in 1 L rning the Sonish language is ob.bly one 0f Uh bSt thiJgs that nas~ ppn on it +his base in he 9t *ar. Last year at t is tlime, :L~it ws possible to count the year Mr. and1 'rs ll rs. Penlton -nd rs. Abbott are fnding it nessary to incrs their cla1 ss Th, .rewcorners to thisc bs are anxious to l1alrn. And whAt renterr interest can a strange show in a country a the endeavor to s to the people in their native tonge?-t is pl-as-ling nd flattern to a loc le when folks wil t + e the ,ie nd effort to aCcoomp-. lish the difficult process of I l i a new language. nd truly tha processes ire difficult, p rt icullerly wno~n meny other demnds re made upon one's time and the habits of study 1re rust! Admiral and Mrs. O'lonnell have set an acallet exmelefor all to follow. In site of their many dbligations and. duties, they hay., buen an incentive to many a BSp-nish student here. Las3tyearLT Hawkins worked hard to establish a Sp nish-.speaking lunchuon group. :is idea, an excel[lent on, had anul ber of interested particijpY-nts. However this yzar th number has reat. y incrasVd with the ddition of a.ny enthusiastic and .otvted newco-er. tili, no group srivs without an orgarizr, and to Lurial Freil goes a very big bouquet not onLy for Skepving the idea of this (C.OTINuE NLXT COLU N) SUNDwL 8 C.iR. 1961 &.PORTS CORNER TLy.J At SP T 11N The base softball season is ale and several teams loom as The NAS Chiefs have a slight of 12 wins and three losses, ( 0 AN['S PRLD 'TINT-.7 c worth project lv,, hut 1so or dn soo withI an axtre s'ufcil fouish c ir newsa, sprs, ow pr t lft out .-rn the langue no rl thb rewards tha. will baefrh coi. Yur accomplish1-unt will benfiaj -I an your cqounti7' a NAV SN T TvNSPRT The Navy's newest, iargI st and fastest attack transport, the Francis iiari)n has be en in th GurntnaTo y are! since last month She has been unering xercises with FLJt Trairing G -roup. Cp fsc ds in cxcess'of 22 knots, the t$ 4-fo transport has a st f neiry ltr n the stern of hes rithn p rnables it to toRi) WQI cra. ~O~I b Can m m ch te fo.t lawne ath-~tc trm ick.t name i~ib th proer clT legE? 1. ~azerackf 2. Horned Frogs. 0.7ckeyes.r.S 4. TLrripins. 5 .,E-uskis .j 6. uuke{rs. 7. Tarhcels. 8. Cyclones. 9. Hoosiers. f'R!Y S ON prQ IjXE .fliY rapidly coming to its finoossible League ch ampions. eda tie best recOrd with only4'o fuiiea-gg play. Hospital h:as ar'ecord of 11 ins and four lOS8es. VU-10end Lec .ard o nt Ia ted with 10 wins ind four losses each and )oth have three more games o play. NAS Chiefs, Hospital, -10 I, and NA3 oatshed hav 1 -l -arned the right o play in the Post-Season ourname nt, and at prsent C is leadipg the Nati ague this round with a our won mnd no loss ree)rd. ShouLd they win the ound, thy too will be ble to pl y in the tournment. In the.Aicrican Aeiague, the Chiefs are unlef; ted and should they Tin this round, only five reams till be in the Post eason Tournament,. The dates for the tournimeont have not been set. 'his will be a double climnation tour-I Unt, eRnc should produce some excel.Lent softball. This tourniment will close out the .961 season which has been most favorable one with he Comren Championship one f its accomplishments. Tennis his become very popular here, especially or the six teams playing -h the base tennis league. Leading the group is Naval station with a three won xo loss record. Close be-ind is PC who have lost )nly to Naval Station, -!nd rave three wins and one Loss. cther teams plying n the league ore, Hospital, VU-10, NSD who have iust Dgan, and prob-bly the rost enthusiastic of the eams, th marines LBarracks hose team of some seven or eight is fast improving, anlA f desire and drive were the only leaents needed 7in th g ths boys could be leading the league.

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4 SUNLJ, 8 JCTOER 1961 RESILINTS HEFR NORIN CENTER 7ELIC ED F C V Morin Community Center joinEd the ranks of the Naval ase recreational sites upon beIng ddiaCted by Rear id.mi ral Edward J 0'Doniell Commoander Naval base, in a c remony hold at the new center wednesday, September 27. Sse residents were seated mn int-r t bear rCommnder NewV? ase nd Co nrrnding Officers. )f Naval Station, mu lic works Center, a "CF-7 mak remarks concrinthe recreational buldIng. In his talk, Captain George C. Pall Jr. remr that the m trials used in construction of the center make it the esiast building on the base to m-aintain. Captain John D. Burk-y gave a summary of how iorin Center was concieved, deigned, and finance 1 also sid that the bu itin rws n outstanding xane of what mericCas cn do' when they give a show )f initiativ3. Mobi C structio p~tali:n ven Cammancing Officer, Conwand-~er Albert M. JLLnde told the audience that his SeaBees in co.n-structing the center had P;ined invaluable exprixAchee The Commender ad that learning by diing is -he best wa-y t gin a 'Kill, ad CF7 would are Guanta name better batalion then when they frived 7 rey K Glasspoole, Mayc of the N'vaL Base Civit Council thanked th00cl ns on behalf of the residents for the pIarr prt they played in the instructionn of orin '-l-irl EdwrV d J. con--ratulate~d Caondcer LaO-ndc an (a Sea~ees,. The Admiral titem "lt hes been a s oae 0inspir'tio)n to watch oirstructian of :rLn kct;." In his next break t Rer admiral O'ann0ell p rIa ed, "NI ictdi ?s Torml ONIT COLUMN in the auditorium of ivor. (DELC:TION CONTINUE) following tbe dedication gurests are Invi t stay for rfrcsh-nts a t ti ac lit to musc furnished~ by th vl Beso Bn. rs were opened and thb-se residents wetr ab3. to walk through the various room ri. entA-tr. (PERSONLTIES CONTINUES) 'f r. M1. Pauley. A reg istered professional engineer, L.onard has been on thc -ns for over four ye rs, three of which were spent Kith the Nav' 'ir Station Pu lic Warks Departmnt. His 'if n, nd son Ruben reid on the bs5e. onard served f:irv a 's Leut th i 'h ArmLy nd SO in the Naval aSsre. LC l ativitscnut aste r an2a. bar f theSupervisor' s .ssoclL tin. r. (J.Jacik) -Faker, tion & C t 11ier Depeaet is a5 veteran of 1 years tf Fede.rral Service. Jack a'nd his wife LOris m ndthree children have been baae residents tince Nov. 1956. Jack served in the Army air Corps with the rank of Captain. On the local scene% J tk is tc-mber )f the sonic Lodge, Nation al S)j:urnermJunior >:edeaeil ComurissiAo Ad.visory Bard frd Cde r of the Ridoow Girl, and. other trme'w-P.GE 6 1 2. 3. ). 5. 6. 7. 8, 9. Irk usas. Texa s Christian Ohio State. aryland. "Washington. Pennsylvania. }rth Carolina. Iowa State. Indiana. COCBL .iT TO VISIT aCB-8 Newly arrived CEG 8 will. bo host to Captain Jul C. Tate, Command'er, Naval Cotructio Battaio~ns', Ug The C mzz re wiW3. THE SUNDAY SUE (PIC CONTINUED) key personnel of PWC, many of the convionceswe tend to rerd as essential would be non-existe-nt. (B IRTHS CONTINUED) A son, Thomas -fred-Jr., 3 lbs.,124-uzs. to Thomads and in Louis Williri. Born Sept. 30. ivAlliams is attached to Hospital. I daughter Carol Sue, 8 lbs. 41 ozs., to Robert eugene and Fl0ssie Btelle ter, Porn Oct. 2. 'ter is attached to NAS. A son 3teven lchael, 4 lbs, 9 ass., to Carl and Gloria Johnson. Born Oct. 3. J obns n is attached to iN S, daughter Karen Ann, 7 lbs., to Hart J. nd Janelli. Mary Schwartenbach. Born Oct. 3. Schwarzoxibach is attached to VU-10. A daughter Cythia mrix, 7 lbs. 12. as., to Vincent ThorMas and Patricia Dean oarrinucci. Born Oct. 5. a -rrinucci is attached to ANS .S TO SORTS (pZ S S I


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