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A VOIGE OF THE PEOPLEVOL. II NO. 62 U.S. NAVAL BASE, GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA MAY 2, 1962


FIVE CITED DURING NAVSA INSPECTION
There were three "Outstanding", departments at the
Naval Station Personnel Inspection held on Bay Hill Saturday, May12. Atlantic Fleet Photo Triangulation U roup, Service Craft and
.ortServices and Commissary Division are the outstanding divisions and are excused from the next personnel inspection.
Captain George C. Ball Jr.
Commanding Officer, Naval
Station read letters of commendation and appreciation concerning Ernest Vo McCoy, RM1, and Ralph "j, Searle, MRl. A special letter of appreciation went to Frank A, Sherrill, BMC, noting the
Chief's retirement.
Franklin D. Jenkins, EN2,
was selected as Guantanamo
(CONTINUED NEXT COLUMN)


BASE SWEEPS COMTEN RIFLE, PISTOL MEET
Guantanamo Bay swept the trophy shelves clean during the
ComTen rifle and pistol matches held here May 7 - 14.
The Gitmoites have gone to Jacksonville, Florida to represent the Tenth Naval District in the Atlantic Fleet competition, and if they keep their shots in the black, perhaps some of our personnel will Bay Serviceman of the Month, be chosen to go to San Diego and Captain Ball presented to shoot in the All Navy him with the award. Also on matches scheduled to start the award list was LTJG June 10. Cornell Janes. LTJG Janes Robert Metzger, FN, with earned the Navy Expert Pis- Ship's Department, shot his tol Shot medal, way into first place in the Before dismissing the departments, Captain Ball commen ted on the number of Naval Station men advancing in rate, following the last fleet wide exam. He congratulated the 140 sailors who were advanced last Wednesday and said they represeited close to 50 per cent of those who took the tests last February.


.A MONTH-Capt ain GerogeC Ball Jr. presents ranklin.,I Jenmkins with; the 'Gatanarno Bay Serviceman6 he:Month ,ward Saturdy, MaX 2.. Photo by,.tr


BIL, BLANKENSHIP, PHI
ComTen individual rifle, shoot and Bill-Blankenship, PHl, attached to. the Atlantic Fleet Photo Triangulation Gr oup took top spot in the individual pistol shooting*. Blankenship was also second in the individual rifle competition.
Blankweship was noted as :the outstanding shooter for the met with both pistol ai, rifle.
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PAGE SUNAY SUPLEMNT SUDAY AY 20 196


"COOL ,CATS" CHILL 'EM
ON 0 CLUB ALLEYS "


COOL CATS - This is the ladies bowling team which took first place in the 0 Club Ladies Winter Bowling League. Mrs. Ruth O'Donnell, wife of the Base Commander, presented the awards to the women after a luncheon at the Officers' Club Thursday, May 10. Members of "Cool Cats"t team are, from left to right:
Helen Stanwick; Ellen Meiner; Nita Shroyer, Faye Hendrickson; and Libby Burns, team Capta'n. Photo by "Sanders, PH2


BAY HILL


GALLEY GET FACE


LIFTING


IT'S CHOW-. TIME " In the newly redecorated Nava Hill Galley, white hats sit down to a chicken soft music drifts through the mesa hall. TI been recently renovated with room divider. flowers and new chairs at the tables. Fori see story page three. Photo by Patrick, Ph3.


CPO NAMED NAS MAN OFMONTH


NAVAL AIR STATION'S TOP SAILOR - David M. Snyder, ABECA, was presented the Sailor of the Month award for NAS by Captain Bruce S. Weber, Commanding Officer, Naval Air Station. This award is based on outstanding merit shown by Chief Snyder in both his military and professional duties.

SHOOTERS CONTINUED- Blankenship, who entered the Navy in March 1952, came to Guantanamo Bay March 1961. His interest in competitive shooting was stimulated through a notice in the Gitmo Gazette asking for members for the Base Rifle and Pistol team.
Bill started shooting laS
September under instruction
of J.C. Ketzler, GMCA. The photographer's mate earned the Navy Expert Rifle medal last September, and went on to gain possession
of the Navy Expert Pistol medal in February of this
. year.
When asked to comment on the art of competitive shooting Blankenship said: .,"Ninety,. per cent of it is the coach and the long, hours .Stto.B.. of practice dinner while A native of Tifton, Ga., e galley has Blankenship resides onthO s containing Base wit hhis wife, LleXW more details and their three boys.


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Women's World
5 ,By Jackie Uody4

'Her primry : goal in life.. is the s ame.as yours and mine...
to be a good wife and a good mother.. Her secondary goals, however, are: a bit different. She wants to meet fully the challenge of being a good Navy Wives' president, and she
wants to obtain her Master's Degree in education.
"I am: very happy to have been elected Navy Wives' president," Mrs. Lillian Adams told me when.we were chatting the other day. "Now that I am no longer teaching, I can participate in all our Navy Wives' activities. I miss my"students and hope to return to teaching, but in the meantime, it looks as if our club's agenda and seven weeks' old 'Miss
Adams' will keep me busy!1"
Mrs. Adams, who has taught scienceand mathematics inNew
Jersey and Virginia, in addition to two years at Guantanamo, I as .some very definite ideas concerning education. "It
a.kes so much money and effort on the part of the student and his parents to put ,him through college, it seems to me he should not quit when his diploma isI in hand. I want to use my education; I want to continue my studies and keep them current. Thus my interest. in obtaining my Master's
Degree."
But that goal will come later when this native New Jerseyite returns to either New York University or Columbia University. Now she and her nely elected.Navy Wives' board Shave one objective in view-to interest more people in jpining their club's activities. For those of you who are not acquainted with this organization, ..membership is open to wives of E-9 and below. The regular monthly meeting is the first Thursday. of every month at the Navy Wives' IHut adfa*cent to Villamar Lyceum. In addition to the regular meeting, there is also a monthly coffee and a monthly luncheon.
The next luncheon will be May 29th at thelMarine Patio, and all members are .urged to. bring a guest. The Program Chairman, Mrs. Barbara Robb, hopes to bring fresh interest to the regular business meetings With the added attraction of guest
peakers. Such topics as etiquette, child psychology, menthealth, will be discussed.
What does the Ellis Field Navy Wives' Club do? Their endeavors are worthy. . .they sponsor a Brownie troop, bake cookies for the telephone exchange (a bit of hospitality for the men while they are placing and waiting for long distance telephone calls), give a Christmas party for members' children, wrap: Christmas packages, maintain a base. emergency Lund,. contribute to t he charitable organizations, donate to t.he National Scholarship: Fund and recommend names of stu-.
dent s for scholarship consideration. i: .:
"We are so anxioUs to have , successful year," ,eXclaimS
Mrs.' Adams. :"our membership: is" dow to eighteen, :sO: we! have lots of room for' newcomers. Our !Sponsor,. Mrs. Betty Ball, is "a wonderful help to us too. She is always available when
we need her." -....


It looks to me if you are eligible to join, and dor't, you are-goin tomiss out. And to Mrs.Lilli11an Ad'amr".,s--co.ngratulations and good luck in your new leadership!


IT'S IN WITH THE NEW IN NAVSTA GALLEY

Three- cheers for the personnel attached to the Bay THil Galley! Their efforts in improving the galley have created a new atmosphere that is continually being complimented on by satisfied customers.
Equipment in the general mess has recently been installed to make each meal more enjoyable for the.Bay Hillites. The additions are the results of extensive thought and planning on the part of the galley supervisor Ensign Len S. Yurkovic and his assistants.
New chairs, par tit ions" containing flowers, new juicers and coffee urns are several of many items that have been set up for the Navylrln'6s use.
Commissary Officer Yurkovic believes the improvements are a prime morale factor that will benefit all concerned'.
Henr7 W. Howard, CS2, .says, "We are trying to build the mess hall up to make it more 'homey' for the boys." The commissaryman, a mess deck' master at arms, stated that the hard working crew of 18 cooks and I8 mess cooks has shown in the past its ability to do the never ending job proficiently. Howard said plans have been made to build apatio in the rear of the building; a picture window will be installed and new tables-seating four persons---are on order.i SIn 1958 and 1960-Nav~ta Bay Hil Galley- took first honors, in :the Ney Memorial .Awar ds,: given for management and. crew performance, spon-


sored by the Executive Stewards ..and .Caterers Association; and in 1959 took.se q,ond place.


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FROM THE CHAPLAIN'S -DESK

NiYfHOMET


(A paraphrase of 1 Corinthians 13)

My home may be- made -beautiful by the wealth of the world, but if it has not love, it is only an empty shell.
My home may be the rendezvous of the witty and thy meeting place of the wse, but if it h ss rot love, it is only a noisy hotse.
Mv home may distribute its welcome to men of every estate, my home may toil for the bette-rmen t of all mr~ankind, bOut if- it has, not, love its irfluence will soor vanish.
The spirit of a true home is very p atient, very kind, it knows no jealousy, makes no parade, gives itself no airs, is never rude, never selfish, never irritated, never resertful. It is never gladdened, when sorrow comes to another home, is made happy by goodness, always slow to talk with others about the intimacies of the home, always
eager to believe the best, always hopeful, ,always enduring. The home will -never disappear. As for civilizations, they will cease.. For we oly know a little now 'ard we can see only dimly irto the future, bh't when the spirit of a true home rules the affairs of this earth, then will be established the perfect Kingdom of God. Thus faith and hope and love last on forever in our homes, these, three, but the greatest of all is love.o.


By George Thomson


Hello everybody. Here are the highlights from the world of local sports; but first my sports question:
In modern weight lifting there are three important lifts; canyou name them?
This weeks stateside golf tournament will be the '500 Festival Open, at Indianapolis, and wil beheld May 2h-27.
The Naval Station rifle and pistol teams won both titles in ComTen competition ard sert these marksmen to the Atlantic Region als Shoot at 1NAS Jacksonville., Florida; Bo Metzger, Bill Blankeship, Ronald Persinger, LTJG Talbot, John Broderick and Dan "Winters. Represeting NAS Gitmo were P.-A. Krubonis and R. A. Cruderff.,
Tom Forbes of the rYaval Security Groupwas. 3rd hih bowler in the 'Atlantic Regionals Bowling TOurnament held -at Corpus Christie,


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'A VOIGE OF THE PEOPLE VOL. II NO. 62 U. S. NAVAL BASE, GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA MAY 20, 1962 FIVE CITED DURING NAVSA INSPECTION There were three "Outstanding" departments at the Naval Station Personnel Inspection held on Bay Hill Saturday, May 12. Atlantic Fleet Photo Triangulation I roup, Service Craft and ort Services and Commissary Division are the outstanding divisions and are excused from the next personnel inspection. Captain George C. Ball Jr. Commanding Officer, Naval Station read letters of commendation and appreciation concerning Ernest V. McCoy, RMIl, and Ralph J. Searle, M1RL. A special letter of appreciation went to Frank A. Sherrill, BMC, noting the Chief's retirement. Franklin D. Jenkins, EN2, was selected as Guantanamo (CONTINUED NEXT COLUMN) BASE SWEEPS COMTEN RIFLE, PISTOL MEET Guantanamo Bay swept the trophy shelves clean during the ComTen rifle and pistol matches held here May 7 -14. The Gitmoites have gone to Jacksonville, Florida to represent the Tenth Naval District in the Atlantic Fleet competition, and if they keep their shots in the black, perhaps some of our personnel will Bay Serviceman of the Month, be chosen to go to San Diego and Captain Ball presented to shoot in the All Navy him with the award. Also on matches scheduled to start the award list was LTJG June 10. Cornell Janes. LTJG Janes Robert Metzger, FN, with earned the Navy Expert PisShip's Department, shot his tol Shot medal. way into first place in the Before dismissing the departments, Captain Ball commented on the number of Naval Station men advancing in rate, following the last fleet wide exam. He congratulated the 140 sailors who were advanced last Wednesday and said they represaited close to 50 per cent of those who took the tests last February. THE MONTH -Captain Geroge C. Ball Jr. presents D. Jenkins with the Guantanamo Bay Serviceman 6f award Saturday, May 12., Photo by Patrick, PH3. BILL BLANKENSHIP, PH1 ComTen individual rifle shoot and Bill Blankenship, PH1, attached to the Atlantic Fleet Photo Triangulation Group took top spot in the individual pistol shooting. Blankenship was also second in the individual rifle competition. Blankenship was noted as the outstanding shooter for the meet with both pistol and rifle. (CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO.) AILOR OF ranklin he Month .,

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PAG 2 UNAY UPPEMNT UNDY AY 0, 96 "COOL CATS" CHILL 'EM ON 0 CLUB ALLEYS COOL CATS -This is the ladies bowling team which took first place in the O Club Ladies Winter Bowling League. Mrs. Ruth O'Donnell, wife of the Base Commander, presented the awards to the women after a luncheon at the Officers' Club Thursday, May 10. Members of "Cool Cats" team are, from left to right: Helen Stanwick; Ellen Meiner; Nita Shroyer, Faye Hendrickson; and Libby Burns,, team Captain. Photo by .Sanders, PH2 BAY HILL GALLEY GET FACE LIFTING IT 'S CHOW TIME -In the newly redecorated Nava Hill Galley, white hats sit down to a chicken soft music drifts through the mess hall. T] been recently renovated with room dividers f lowers and new chairs at the tables. For, see story page three. Photo by Patrick, Ph3. CPO NAMED NAS MAN OF MONTH NAVAL AIR STATION'S TOP SAILOR -David M. Snyder, ABECA, was presented the Sailor of the Month award for NAS by Captain Bruce S. Weber, Commanding Officer, Naval Air Station. This award is based on outstanding merit shown by Chief Snyder in both his military and professional duties. SHOOTERS CONTINUED -Blankenship, who entered the Navy in March 1952, came to Guantanamo Bay March 1961. His interest in competitive shooting was stimulated through a notice in the Gitmo Gazette asking for members for the Base Rifle and Pistol team. Bill started shooting las September under instruction of J.C. Ketzler, GMCA. The photographer's mate earned the Navy Expert Rifle medal last September, and went on to gain possession of the Navy Expert Pistol medal in February of this year. When asked to comment on the art of competitive shooting Blankenship said: "Ninety per cent of it is the coach and the long hours L Staio Bay of practice. dinner while A native of Tifton, Ga., he galley has Blankenship resides on th c ase with his wife, Elle nore. details and their three boys. PAGE 2 SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT SUNDAY MAY 20, 1962

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Lc'TlkTMAV %AV 0 i20 12 SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT Women's World By Jackie LIoyd Her primary goal in life is the same as yours and mine. to be a good wife and a good mother. Her secondary goals, however, are a bit different. She wants to meet fully the challenge of being a good Navy Wives' president, and she wants to obtain her Master's Degree in education. "I am very happy to have been elected Navy Wives' president," Mrs. Lillian Adams told me when we were chatting the other day. "Now that I am no longer teaching, I can participate in all our Navy Wives' activities. I miss my students and hope to return to teaching, but in the meantime, it looks as if our club's agenda and seven weeks' old 'Miss Adams' will keep me busy!" Mrs. Adams, who has taught science and mathematics in New Jersey and Virginia, in addition to two years at Guantanamo, as some very definite ideas concerningeducation. "It takes so much money and effort on the part of the student and his parents to put him through college, it seems to me he should not quit when his diploma is in hand. I want to use my education; I want to continue my studies and keep them current. Thus my interest in obtaining my Master's Degree." But that goal will come later when this native New Jerseyite returns to either New York University or Columbia University. Now she and her newly elected Navy Wives' board have one objective in view-to interest more people in jpining their club's activities. For those of you who are not acquainted with this organization, membership is open to wives of E-9 and below. The regular monthly meeting is the first Thursday. of every month at the Navy Wives' Hut adfacent to Villamar Lyceum. In addition to the regular meeting, there is also a monthly coffee and a monthly luncheon. The next luncheon will be May 29th at the Marine Patio, and all members are urged to bring a guest. The Program Chairman, Mrs. Barbara Robb, hopes to bring fresh interest to the regular business meetings with the added attraction of guest peakers. Such topics as etiquette, child psychology, ment1 health, will be discussed. What does the Ellis Field Navy Wives' Club do? Their endeavors are worthy. ..they sponsor a Brownie troop, bake cookies for the telephone exchange (a bit of hospitality for the men while they are placing and waiting for long distance telephone calls), give a Christmas party for members' children, wrap Christmas packages, maintain a base emergency fund, contribute to the charitable organizations, donate to the National Scholarship Fund and recommend names of students for scholarship consideration. "We are so anxious to have a successful year," exclaims Mrs. Adams. "Our membership is down to eighteen, so we have lots of room for newcomers. Our sponsor, Mrs. Betty Bali, is a wonderful belp to us too. She is always available when we need her." It looks to me if you are eligible to join, and don't, you are going to miss out. And to Mrs. Lillian Adams--congratulations and good luck in your new leadership! IT'S IN WITH THENEW IN NAVSTA GALLEY Three cheers for the personnel attached to the Bay Hill Galleyl Their efforts in improving the galley have created a new atmosphere that is continually being complimented on by satisfied customers. Equipment in the general mess has recently been installed to make each meal more enjoyable for the Bay Hillites. The additions are the results of extensive thought and planning on the part of the galley supervisor Ensign Len S. Yurkovic and his assistants. New chairs, partitions containing flowers, new juicers and coffee urns are several of many items that have been set up for the Navymen' s use. Commissary Officer Yurkovic believes the improvements are a prime morale factor that will benefit all concerned. Henry W. Howard, C2, says, "We are trying to build the mess hall up to make it more 'homey' for the boys." The commissaryman, a mess deck master at arms, stated that the hard working crew of 18 cooks and 18 mess cooks has shown in the past its ability to do the never ending job proficiently. Howard said plans have been made to build a patio in the rear of the building; a picture window will be installed and new tables-seating four persons---are on order. In 1958 and 1960 NavSta Bay Hill Galley took first honors in the Ney Memorial Awards, given for management and crew performance, sponsored by the Executive Stewards and Caterers Association; and in 1959 took sec-ond place. T My IL -Ay 1 e

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SUN IAY UPPEMEN-S-h-A --,20-196 D A ('I I1. FROM THE CHAPLAIN'S DESK M~Y HOMEi (A paraphrase of 1 Corinthians 13) My home may be made beautiful bi the wealth of the world, but if it has not love, it is only an empty shell. My home may be tne rendezvous of the witty and the meeting place of the wise, but if it has rot love, it is only a noisy house. My home may* distribute its welcome to men of every estate, my home may toil for the betterment of all mankind, but if it has not love its influence will soon vanish. The spirit of a true home is very patient, very kind, it knows no jealousy, makes no parade, gives itself no airs, is never rude, never selfish, never irritated, never resertful. It is never gladdened, when sorrow comes to another home, is made happy by goodness, always slow to talk with others about the intimacies of the home, always eager to believe the best, always hopeful, always enduring. The home will never disappear. As for civilizations, they will cease. For we only know a little now and we car see only dimly irto the future, but when the spirit of a true home rules the affairs of this earth, then will be established the perfect Kingdom of God. Thus faith and hope and love last on forever in our homes, these, three, but the greatest of all is love. FROM CHAPfrLAIN WILSON'S SCRAtBOOK TOP PISTOL TEAM -With Rear Admiral Edward J. O' Donnell and Captain George C. Ball Jr. are the four men on the winning ComTen pisAtP1 team They are, from left to right: Arvin Krause, EM1; Larry Pulliam,, SFP2;John Broderick, SFP2; and Bill Blankenship, PHl. By George Thomson Hello everybody. Here are the highlights from the world of local sports; but first my sports question: In modern weight lifting there are three important lifts; can you name them? This weeks stateside golf tournament will be the '500 Festival Open, at Indianapolis, and will be held May 24-27. The Naval Station rifle and pistol teams won both titles in ComTen competition and sent these marksmen to the Atlantic Region als Shoot at NAS Jacksonville, Florida; Bo4 Metzger, Bill Blankenship, Ronald Persinger, LTJG Talbot, John Broderick and Dan Winters. Representing NAS Gitmo were P. A. Krubonis and R. A. Cruderff. Tom Forbes of the Naval Security Group was 3rd high bowler in the Atlantic Regionals Bowling Tournament held at Corpus Christie, Texas with 33h3 pins and rolled the highest series of the tournament a 637. Tom is now travelling to the All Navy finals at the Submarine Base, Fearl Harbor. The Base CFO' s have earned -the title of 1962 Base Softball Champions. The chiefs clinched the title by downing PWC, 1 -0. Post season play will commence after all postponed games have been played. The leading hitter in the American League as of this writing is Manny Jimenez of Kansas City with an average of .367, over in the NationalLeague Jim Davenort of the San Francisco Giants with .343 is the leagues' leader. TVada rinson of the Cincinnati Reds is the major leagues' and National Leagues' home run leader with 12, Al Kaline of Detroit leads the American League with 10. Sports quote of the week: Joe E. Lewis, comedian and horse player, makes this comment on the retirement of Sfdie \rcaro: "'He quit when. he was ahead. That was always the trouble with his horses when I bet on them.11 Answer to sports question: j.ta V p EveTo fsed.(Xjt.Ttw4 pueq Oxi AL%-t d d % .S' SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT SUN'DAYtMAiY 20. 19,62


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