Autos and motorcycles where on display. Booths where set up from the Navy Exchange as well as local vendors. A track meet was held for the kids.
Mr. and Mrs. Ortiz (cannot remember their first names). He worked in the reproduction shop at the back of the TDC building by the barber shop. I think his first name may have been Mike.
Cindy (Kim Kaw Yur), Mr. and Mrs. Ortiz and in the middle of Mr. and Mrs. Ortiz making the face is Mr. Henry (can't remember his first name either). Mr. Henry, like Mr. Ortiz, was stationed at TDC in the reproduction shop. Both Ortiz and Henry were Navy guys.
Local vendor selling this handmade candy on a stick. The detail is something else!
Donald "Ski" Machowski was a judge this day for the kids' track events. Ski was an Army guy with Stratcom stationed at the comm center in the basement at TDC. Ski drowned Aug 24, 1975 in Taipei while on a Hash House Harriers run crossing a river. He was my roommate throughout 1974.
This is Jerry Ball, another Army guy who worked in the Administration Bldg in the East Compound near the baseball field. Jerry also volunteered to be a judge this day.
Ted Omen and his motorcycle. Ted was in the Navy and stationed at the Hospital.A few of the guys stationed in Taipei at the time used to locate old motorcycles, some of them WWII vintage, and have them restored.