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A VOIGE OF THE PEOPLE

Vol. II, No. 17 U. S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Sunday, ]April 23, 1961


Mural Sets Mood For NCOs


T/Sgt. Tom Dugan, Staff NCO Club manager, expresses his thanks to Senor Radames Martinez who painted the lovely mural they are standing in front of in the Staff NCO Club. The painting on a red background has the three symbols -which- represents ...... a Marine -nonceommissioned___ fficer: ......The Narine
,white hat, gloves and saber. The mural.was started on Easter Sunday and Senor Martinez put his brush away the-following Thursday.


Pins Flew In San Juan


Bowling big wiggs.-The Gitmo Golds brought the gold home from the Tenth Naval District Bowling Tournament held in San Juan April 7-9, 1961. The trophy taking keglers are, from the left: C.M. Knoons, AC1; R.E.
Guindon, AK3; B. P. Smith, Aol; LT W. R. Ford; LCDR C. M. Hobkirk, and CAPT C. W. Schoenweiss, Commanding Officer, Naval Air Station Guantanamo. The other Gitmo team participating in the ComTen Tournament is not pictured. The teams bowled 15 games commencing April 7, Charlie Koons posted high game scratch for the
-Wournament with a sizzeling 259. Knoons was also selected . or the Tenth Naval District Bowling Team and will
bowl in competition in Norfolk.


Inspiring Mural

For NCO Club
Ordinarily a painting in a Service Club might not draw too much attention. But the mural in the Marine Staff NCO Club is far from being ordinary and is sure to catch the eye.
The four foot high, ten foot long mural, painted by Senor Radames Martinez, a Cuban employee of Public Works, depicts the Marine NCO as an idividual. This is done by the three objects in the painting: The Marine white hat, gloves and saber. These articles are worn only by a Marine noncommissioned officer and are a symbol of his status.
The idea for the Club mural was born to LTCOL D. H. McDonnell, Executive Officer, Marine Barracks. NCO Club manager T/Sgt. Tom Dugan seArched the Base for an artist to do a painting in the finest tradition
-of the Marine Corps. Dugan located Senor Martinez, who has been working on the Base for the past 14 years, and the ground work was laid.
The Marine mural was started
Easter Sunday and the final brush stroke was made the following Thursday. The artist said "I feel that I have put a part of myself into this painting because of the men it represents."
Sgt. Dugan explained that the mural speaks for the individual Marine because of the symbols in the painting, and sets the mood for the entire club.
(Cont'd page three, Sunday Sup.)


Villamar Duplexes


"Charlie Company" concrete workers erect a wall in one
of the ten duplexes going up in the Villamar housing area. The SeaBee workers are, from the left: T. F. Ward, BUL3; J. H. Barnett, BURCP; J. D. Mikula, BURCN, and M. M. Anderson. Ground was broken on Jan. 20 marking the start of the housing project, as of April 1 there has has been over 2,000 man days spent on the job. It is expected to take 10,000 man days to complete the ten duplexes. LTJG B.E. Isett is Officer-in-Charge and W.J. Medlin, BUCM, is Chief-in-Charge at the building site.





THE SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT


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Base Police, Our InternaI Security*


John E. White, EN3, pulls a Police Boat into its berthing space at the Main Gate. Police Boats constantly patrol the harbor and escort alien ships and fishing craft through tOle bay and are always in radio contact with the Base Police dispatcher. The Base Police has four such Police Boats in Operation.


Pass or fail, that is the question. The Base Police give a very ridged driving test to license applicants. All persons driving on the Base are required to have a valid Base operators license, this includes dependents.

A Letter Of Thanks
The following is a letter of thanks received from Miss Dorothy Duval, Red Cross Field Director. Dear Admiral O'Donnell:
This letter is to express our thanks for the contributions from the Naval Base Guantanamo Bay to the recent American Red Cross Drive for members and funds.
Contributions this year totaled $1,994.21 with 1,400 memberships of $1 or more. These figures show an increase over last year of $337.30 in the dollar amount raised, and 379 memberships. Captain Thomas tells me his report to you will be detailed as to contributions raised by command.
We were pleased with the result. While of course, we all hoped for 100 per cent participation, we also know this is rarely achieved in any drive. Through you, we would again like to thank Captain Thomas for his leader. ship, and LCDR Lloyd and his staff for a fine publicity Lob. Thanks also to LT Janus, YN2 Anderson, and ET1 Baker for their solicitation of ComNavBase personnel.
Sincerely,
/s/ Dorothy Duval
Field Director


A. G. Verwyst, SFM2, directs traffic at the Sherman Avenue and Victory Hill Road intersection. Traffic direction and accident reports are just two of the many duties the Base Police perform.

MCB-7 Variety Show


R. L. McMeekin, had the audience calling for more and for a while it looked as if his act would last all night. The three hour variety show was held in the MCB-7 movie lyceum Saturday, April 8. Below, Don Rhamey (left) and Paul Parker present a comedy act, the comedians were the only talent outside of the Battalion.


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iSEABEES GIVE VARIETY SHOW AN OVATION By JIM CASSIDY
"Th ingskind of got out of hand, I con,ieited R.L. Mc1eekin, YNCA, when queried )n the three hour and twenty minute pres,ntation of a proposed one hour variety 3how presented in the movie lyceum of ICB-7 Saturday, April -8.
The show, a gala variety
extravaganza , featured (MARINE musical solos, comedy, a
demonstration of hypncism, , The mural". the music of the "Stare ground "and s lighters" and free refreh- be seen fron
nts. With the exception enue in the e one very fine comedy Upon viewi ! by Paul Parker and Don pressive pain
*-?lamey. of WUBY, the en- the feeling h :ire show was built around into the soul )alent found in the Bat- Mrine NCO. i'lion.
Chief McMeekin, a star
.f television and night clubs, in addition to arranding the program and Presenting a well accept- e
SUNDAY S T Qd musical routine of his own, was the MC for the evening. The show over ran its proposed limits as
p.ne act after another was ARE YOU IN recalled for an unpres- ?? SE .ented five or six en-, cores. You may be
At one point, the per-. imbntly'lO4,9C former exhausted his rout- men who arE Ine and called on the aud- orders to shc oenco for assistance. This will never ne received, in gusto. Simply because The show was - finally have sufficic brought to a close when it service, In seemed that the movie main on the
scheduled to follow would list you must : xtend past midnight. An- continuous si ther show was promised in obligated sex :he future, submitted vot


All pictures appearing in this issue of the 3Sunday supplement are through the Courtesy of the Atlantic Fleet Photo Triangulation group, MCB-7 and the Naval ,4r Station.



,If it's news call 9247 nytime during .wo r,king ours* Pictures can be aken if it befits the
I assion.


SECURITY AND BASE POLICE GO HAND IN HAND

In periods such as this, internal security of the Gdantanamo Naval Base is very important ' It can mean the difference between trouble discovered and disrupted or chaos and confusion.
The lion' s share of Naval Base intern-


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and you have less than sixteen months, you are in the inactive SEAVEY and must obligate yourself for additional serviCe in order to be reinstad in active SEAVEY.



Remember - water condition BRAVO still exists, please
adhere to the regulation.


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al security is carried by 58 men of the Base Police.
This handful of men, headed by Provost Marshal LT J.A. Ad)ms and Police
Chief H.D. Stewart, Chief Machinery Repairman, checks the entire Base and harbor day and night. Roving patrols tour the housing
areas, shops, warehouses and magazine areas.
The Main Gate, on the
water front, is alive with activity during the morning and evening hours with Cuban workers going to and from their jobs. The Base Police rigidly check all identification, parcels, and the workers in the
vise-like security clamp. , 7Qu Base Police Boats operate in the harbor to escort all alien ships and
fishing craft through the bay. With a large portion of the Base on'the waters, edge this is a continuing effort for the Base Foice. The Police craft are in constant radio contact with the shore based Police dispatcher.
The Base Police also register all private vehicles. Every January all private cars, trucks and scooters on ;. the Base undergo a safety inspection. If they pass, the
owners receive stickers and license plates. All
persons driving on -the Base are required to have a valid Base Operatorrs license.
There is an unpJleasantt side of every job. The Base Police, have theirs'; accident reports. It is compulsory in case of an accident to notify the Base Police. The official


accident report protects the parties involved and n(Cntinued on page fourS-S)


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PAGE4 SUDAY,23 ARIL 961T SUNDAY SUPPLEUNT


GITMO SPORTS CORNER
By JAMES PREJEAN


Due to Base alert measures, baseball games are
celled temporarily and wllibe played at a later The schedule originally published will remain in ect when games can be resumed.
The I4aval Station Indians still lead with a two no loss record, M CB-7. Hospital and the Marines (SPORTS CORNER contir all have a one and one rec- starting blocks c ord. VU-1O and NAS Leeward used,. Point have a one won and Your Fleet Reserve two loss record while NAS iatIon. Branch 100 w McCalla has lost its two there to conduct thE games. and will have rofre
Scheduled games for this and food for the spe week will have the Hospital Come out and enjoy vs MCB-7 Monday; NAS Lee- selves and see soim ward vs VU-l0 on Tuesday; standing t r a c k ( Naval Station vs Hospital Bring the wife and ci Wednesday; MCB-7 vs NAS Mc- and friends to ro calla Thursday, and Friday your favorites. the iVarines vs NAS Leeward. Plans are in progr, A reminder that all games have a swiming meet will commence at 7 p.m. on May 27. Which poolI Cooper Field next to the hasn't been decide( Waite Hat Enlisted Club. Events such as the 4( The Exchange Mobile Canteen Medley relay, the 20( will be there to render its individual Medley, services to you baseball yard Free Style, t] fans. Come out and cheer yard Free Style, t] for your teams. yard Butterfly, th
... A fifth .of miet -l rack yard .. erfy. th should eb completed at Ha- yard Breastroke, t tuey Field N1,S soon. All yard Breastroke, t] expectant entrants are en- yard Backstroke, and
couraged to use the facil- meter diving. As s itioes offered there. Forms definate plans are m to be filled out to take memorandum w ill be s part in the Nay 6 track all commands and yo meet are available at Nay- be further informed Sta Special Services. They colun. So get your are to be turned in before organized and preps May i. The events will be- another Gitmo first. gin around 4 p.m. and last until all are completed.


The follwoing events will be conducted: 50yard dash 50 yard high hurdles; 120 low hurdles; pole vault; 100 yard dash; high jump; broad jump; shot put ;
discus; two mile run; 220 yard; 440 yard; mile run; 440 yard relay; 88 yard relay and the mile relay. There may- be an exception in the hurdle events due to lack of hurdles. An individual may enter two field events, two track events, and one relay or substitute individual events for relays. Track shoes and
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QUOTE OF THE WEEK- "At the start of a season" Baltimore Oriole manager Paul Richards said recently,"if you think you have a pennant contender, the club you must figure yourll have to beat is the one: that won the pennant the year before. So, last year, I figured ws had to beat the White Sex and we did. But the Yankees beat both of
us.


SIX IETW CHIEFS FOR VU-1O

Last week the Sunday Supplement published the advancement in rates. VU- I 10 was left out due to unforeseen difficulties4.'I is hoped to rectify our selves vith this article. The results for the Fobruary exams were very g6oc for VU-I0.
Thre were six men advanced to CPO: C.H.i.Reider to ADRCA; J.E.T to ATCA; J.W. Cash t ADRCA; E.J. Ramsey to AECA; J.F. Borgemier to AECA; and H.K. Glasspool' to ADRCA. Our congratulations to these six mei and their achievement.
The reenlistment rat. is steadily rising in VUv 10. in Malrch they had 10 per cent. The last quart. et, +,he average -reenlst ment rate was 65 per cent
There were three STi. Program reups during +t quarter and three more -ar reenlisting this month.
We have four LDO cand idates as of now.


WEHAVE SPACE TROU BLE
In this day and ago seems as though everyOnO is experiencing space pro blems.
Russia' s flight is cl~ir ed by another. The earth' population is spiraliY out of sight, it won't too long until there isn! enough space for all of to move in.
Large cities are teaiW down buildings to ~a more space to park car and the roads are beii widened to allow for t. more spacious autos.


In fact the Supplemey is experiencing a spac problem. Where you a now reading was a blax space until the world' space difficulties ca. to the rescue.


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undImt A VOICE OF 'THE PEOPLE Vol. II, No. 17 U. S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Sunday, April 23, 1961 Mural Sets Mood For NCOs T/Sgt. Tom Dugan, Staff NCO Club manager, expresses his thanks to Senor Radames Martinez who painted the lovely mural they are standing in front of in the Staff NCO Club. The painting on a red background has the three symbols which represents a Marine noncommissioned officer: The Marine white hat, gloves and saber. The mural was started on Easter Sunday and Senor Martinez put his brush away the following Thursday. Pins Flew In San Juan Bowling big wiggs-The Gitmo Golds brought the gold home from the Tenth Naval District Bowling Tournament held in San Juan April 7-9, 1961. The trophy taking keglers are, from the left: C. M. Knoons, AC1; R. E. Guindon, AK3; B. P. Smith, AC1; LT W. R. Ford; LCDR C. M. Hobkirk, and CAPT C. W. Schoenweiss, Commanding Officer, Naval Air Station Guantanamo. The other Gitmo team participating in the ComTen Tournament is not pictured. The teams bowled 15 games commencing April 7, Charlie Koons posted high game scratch for the ournament with a sizzeling 259. Knoons was also selected or the Tenth Naval District Bowling Team and will bowl in competition in Norfolk. Inspiring Mural For NCO Club Ordinarily a painting in a Service Club might not draw too much attention. But the mural in the Marine Staff NCO Club is far from being ordinary and is sure to catch the eye. The four foot high, ten foot long mural, painted by Senor Radames Martinez, a Cuban employee of Public Works, depicts the Marine NCO as an idividual. This is done by the three objects in the painting: The Marine white hat, gloves and saber. These articles are worn only by a Marine noncommissioned officer and are a symbol of his status. The idea for the Club mural was born to LTCOL D. H. McDonnell, Executive Officer, Marine Barracks. NCO Club manager T/Sgt. Tom Dugan searched the Base for an artist to do a painting in the finest tradition -of the Marine Corps. Dugan located Senor Martinez, who has been working on the Base for the past 14 years, and the ground work was laid. The Marine mural was started Easter Sunday and the final brush stroke was made the following Thursday. The artist said "I feel that I have put a part of myself into this painting because of the men it represents." Sgt. Dugan explained that the mural speaks for the individual Marine because of the symbols in the painting, and sets the mood for the entire club. (Cont'd page three, Sunday Sup.) Villamar Duplexes "Charlie Company" concrete workers erect a wall in one of the ten duplexes going up in the Villamar housing area. The SeaBee workers are, from the left: T. F. Ward, BUL3; J. H. Barnett, BURCP; J. D. Mikula, BURCN, and M. M. Anderson. Ground was broken on Jan. 20 marking the start of the housing project, as of April 1 there has has been over 2,000 man days spent on the job. It is expected to take 10,000 man days to complete the ten duplexes. LTJG B. E. Isett is Officer-in-Charge and W. J. Medlin, BUCM, is Chief-in-Charge at the building site.

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a THE SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT Munay, t pl p co, ."'. -----" Pag 2% Base Police, Our Internal Security* John E. White, EN3, pulls a Police Boat into its berthing spa ce at the Main Gate. Police Boats constantly patrol the harbor and escort alien ships and fishing craft through tile bay and are always in radio contact with the Base Police dispatcher. The Base Police has four such Police Boats in operation. Pass or fail, that is the question. The Base Police give a very ridged driving test to license applicants. All persons driving on the Base are required to have a valid Base operators license, this includes dependents. A Ler Of Thanks The following is a letter of thanks received from Miss Dorothy Duval, Red Cross Field Director. Dear Admiral O'Donnell: This letter is to express our thanks for the contributions from the Naval Base Guantanamo Bay to the recent American Red Cross Drive for members and funds. Contributions this year totaled $1,994.21 with 1,400 memberships of $1 or more. These figures show an increase over last year of $337.30 in the dollar amount raised, and 379 memberships. Captain Thomas tells me his report to you will be detailed as to contributions raised by command. We were pleased with the result. While of course, we all hoped for 100 per cent participation, we also know this is rarely achieved in any drive. Through you, we would again like to thank Captain Thomas for his leadership, and LCDR Lloyd and his staff for a fine publicity job. Thanks also to LT Janus, YN2 Anderson, and ET1 Baker for their solicitation of ComNavBase personnel. Sincerely /s/ Dorothy Duval Field irector A. G. Verwyst, SFM2, directs traffic at the Sherman Avenue and Victory Hill Road intersection. Traffic direction and accident reports are just two of the many duties the Base Police perform. MCB-.7 Variety Show R. L. McMeekin, had the audience calling for more and for a while it looked as if his act would last all night. The three hour variety show was held in the MCB-7 movie lyceum Saturday, April 8. Below, Don Rhamey (left) and Paul Parker present a comedy act, the com dians were the only talent outside of the Battalion. 1 V S d~o Anril 23_ 1961

PAGE 3

IE SqNDAZ SUPPLEENT SEABEES GIVE VARIETY SHOW AN OVATION SECURITY AND BASE POLICE GO HAND IN HAND By JIM CASSIDY "Things kind of got out of hand, cormIn periods such ,as this, internal secnreited R.L. Mciveekin, YNCA, when queried urity of the Guantanamo Naval Base is )n the three hour and twenty minute presvery important: It can mean the differantation of a proposed one hour variety ence between trouble discovered and disshow presented in the movie lyoem of rupted or chaos and confusion. jCB-7 Saturday, April 8. The lion's share of Naval Base internThe show, a gala variety al security is carried by extravaganza .featured (MARINE MURAL) 58 men of the Base Police. musical solos, comedy, a This handful of men, demonstration of hypnobisn, The mural4, on-a red 'back headed by Provost Marshal the music of the "Star ground:and spotlighted-can LT J.A. Adams and Police lighters" and free refrehbe seen from Sherman AvChief H.D. Stewart, Chief }nts. With the exception enue in the evening. Machinery Rpairman, checks one very fine comedy Upon viewing the in the entire Base and harbor tby Paul Parker and Don pressive painting, one has day and night. Roving pa;hamey. of WGBY, the enthe feeling he has peered trols tour the housing i1re show was built around into the soul of every areas, shops, warehouses lent found in the BatMarine NCO. and magazine areas, alion. The Main Gate, on the Chief Mc~leekin, a star water front, is alive with df television and night activity during the mornclubs, in addition to arrin and evening hours with ending the program and e with T Cuban workers going to and presenting a well acceptSThe fromthieS paeir jobs. The ed musical routine of his SNA UP.' Police rigidly check all twn, was the MC for the identification, parcels, evening. The show over and the workers in the an its proposed limits as vise-like securityclamp. one At after another was ARE YOU IN T1 INACTIVE F Qur oase Police. Boats recalled for an unpres?? SEAVEY ?? operate in the harbor to :dented five or six enescort all alien ships and Cores. You may be one of approx. fishing craft through the At one point, the perimntl':10t.090h career Navy bay. With a large portion former exhausted his routmen do are waiting for of the Base on the water's me and called onthe aud-t orders to shore duty which edge this is a continuing onc for assistance. This will never arrive. ahy? effort for the Base Polices heIc received, in gusto. Simply because you do not The Police craft arein The show was -finally have sufficient obliged constant radio contact Brought to a close when it service. In order to rewith the shore based seemed that the movie main on the active SEAVEY Police dispatcher. scheduled to follow would list you must maintain a Th Base Police also extend past midnight. Ancontinuous sixteen months register all private yether show was promised in obligated service. If you hies. Every January all he future. submitted your SEAVEY card private cars, trucks and ll pictures appearing in this issue of the Sunday supplement are through the courtesy of the Atlantic Fleet Photo Triangulation Soup, MCB-7 and the Naval ir Station. a .tf it's news call 9247 anytime during "working ours, Pictures can be taken if it befits the t(Lsion. and you have less than sixteen months, you are in the inactive SEAVEY and must obligate yourself for additional servi: in order to be reinst a:td in active SEAVEY. Remember -water condition BRAVO still exists, please adhere to the regulation. l889--John L. Sullivan defeated Jake Kilran in the last bare knuckle championship fight ins75 rounds. scooters on .the Base undergo a safety inspection. If they pass, the owners receive stickers and license plates. All persons driving on 'the Base are required to have a valid Base Operator's license. There is .an unpl.easantt side of every job. The Base Police. have .theirs; accident reports. It is compulsory in case of an accident to notify the Base Police. The official accident report protects the parties involved and (C:ntinued on page four-S ) .SUNDAY, 23 APRIL 3 .,GE3 l

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2 THE SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT GITMO SPORTS CORNER By JAMES PREJEAN Due to Base alert measures, baseball games are celled temporarily and willbe played at a later the schedule originally published will remain in ect when games can be resumed. The N naval Station Indians still lead with a two no loss records MOB-7, Hospital and the Marines (SPORTS CORER contir all have a one and one recstarting blocks cE ord. VU-10 and NAS Leeward used,, Point have a one won and Your Fleet Reserve two loss record while NAS jtoBac 0 McCalla has lost its two there to conduct th games.andfwill have recre Scheduled games for this and food.for the spo week will have the Hospital Come out and enjoy vs MCB-7 Monday; NAS Lee-selves and see soe ward vs VU-10 on Tuesday; standing t r a c k Naval Station vs Hospital Bring the wife and ci Wednesday; MCB-7 vs NAS Mcand friends to ro calla Thursday, and Friday your favorites. the Marines vs NAS Leeward. Plans are in progr A reminder that all games have a swimming meet will commence at 7 p.m. on May 27. Which pool Cooper Field next to the hasn't been decide Wite Hat Enlisted Club. Events such as the 4( The Exchange Mobile Canteen Medley relay, the 20( will be there to render its individual MMedley,. services to you baseball yard Free Style, ti fans. Come out and cheer yard Free Style, ti for your teams. yard Ftterfly, th fifth of -mile track.yard Butterf l th should eb completed at Hayard Breastroke, t tuyFedNSso.Alyr rasrktexpectant entrants are en-~ yard Ba ckstroke, and courage to use the facilmeter diving. As s ities offered there. Forms def inato plans are m to be filled out to ta^ keCmemorandum will be s part in the May 6 track all commands and y meet are available at Nayrbe further informed Sta Special Services. They ccoluumn. So get your are to be turned in befBre organized and prep My I. The events will beanother Gitmo first. gin around 4 p.m. and last until all are coPllaeted. The following events will be conducted: 50_:yard dash 50 yard high hurdles; 120 low hurdles; pole vault; 100 yard dash; high jump; broad jump; shot put ; discus; two mile run; 220 yard; 440 yard; mile run; 440 yard relay; 88o yard relay and the mile relay. There maybe an exception in the hurdle events due to lack of hurdles. An individual may enter two field events, two track events, and one relay or substitute individual events for relays. Track shoes and (Continued hext column) candate. .effwon, nued) an be As socill be e meet shments Cta1rs. youre outevents. hildr en ot for ess to about to use d upon. 00 yard 0 yard the 50 ,he 200 he 50 e 100 e 100 he 200 he 100 the 1 oon as ade, a ont to u will in this teams ire for QUOTE OF THE WEEK--"At the start of a season" Baltimore Oriole manager Paul Richards said recently,'if you think you have a pennant contender, the .club you must figure you llhave to beat is the one's tha.t won the pennant the year before. So, last year, I figured we had to beat the White Sox and we did. But the Yankees beat both of us. SIX NEB' CHIEFS FOR VU-10 Last week the Sunday Supplement published the ad vancement in rates. VUI 10 was left out due to unforeseen difficulties.It is hoped to rectify our. selves with this article. The results for the February exams were very gooc for VU-10. Thre were six men advanced to CPO: C.H.Reider to ADRCA; J.E. ThorO to ATCA; J.W. Cash t ADRCA; E.J. Ramsey t AECA; J.F. Borgemier t AECA; and H.K. Glasspopl' to ADRCA. Our congratulations to these six me) and their achievement. The reenlistment rat. is steadily rising in VU10. in March they had 10 per cent. The last quarter, the average reenlist ment rate was 65 per cent There were three ST Program reups during 'U quarter and three more ar reenlisting this month. We have four LDO candy idates as of now. WIE HAVE SPACE TROUBLE In this day and age seems as though everyone is experiencing space pro blems. Rissia' s flight is clair ed by another. The earth' population is spiralir out of sight, it won't i too long until there isn' enough space for all of to move in. Large cities are teariW down buildings to pial more space to park car4 and the roads are beii widened to allow for t more spacious autos. In fact the Suppleme. is experiencing a space problem. Where you a1 now reading was a blar space until the world' space difficulties cart to the rescue. S itIIIwitIluH111UIIIIIIImII11i11111M10Hull)IIIIIitItitItIIIM011111111iIlIlliill IMI11MI 11111II1011I11111MIIIIIli1161401I1111011111111111IMIIt10111144111411011 tillll IluilI1U11INU1 IIIi11Ni111111 N11111111111111tIIIIIIl11111111111I11N11NIllillllll1111U111i1111lIIIIIIIII III SUNDAY, .23 APRIL 1961 PAGE 4


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