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Vol. II, No. 39 U. S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Sunday, October 1, 1961



Gray Lady Class Nine Capped, Accepted Dy Hosital
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Presented pins-Mrs. Edward J, 0'Donnell, Honorary Chairman of the Gray Ladies, presents a pin to Helene Gibson, a graduate of class number nine, at ceremonies held at the Hospital Friday, September 22. Other Gray us .Ladies in the class are, from left to right: Elizabeth
Receiving cap-Clifford Dwyer, member of Gray Lady Bargeloh; Norma McLernon; Clifford Dwyer; Gladys GrifClass number nine, receives her cap from Commander fin; Mrs. O'Donnell, Honorary Chairman; Helene Gibson; A. M. Egan, Chief Nurse for the Hospital. Mrs. Dwyer Nancy Drachak; Doris Hoar; and Charlotte Allen.






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Many Duties Performed By NavSta Master-at-Arms Force

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Duty calls -Furnishing transportation for visiting VIPs is one facet of the Master-at-Arms' various duties. Neal Zolman, FN, prepares to meet a dignitary and escort him about the base. The drivers wash and wax the VIP automobiles themselves.


First Baptism For Leeward


Coming and going - All persons checking on and off the Naval Station for duty and transients report to the Master-at-Arms Office. Paul Paxton, GM1, musters two sailors who are waiting for a ship. Paxton will see that the men are provided with bedding and a berthing space during their stay at Guantanamo Bay.


Always alert -Kenneth B. Emrick, SA, makes the rounds of the barracks during his fire and security watch. It is comforting to know that when the majority of us are sleeping, the Master-at-Arms force provides watchstanders who are alert to fires and other disturbances.


Chief to Ensign-Ensign Millard E. Powell, a former aviation boatswain's mate, receives a salute upon receiving his commission. ENS Powell came to Guantanamo in June 1958, and is now Officer in Charge of the 1st Lieutenant Division at NAS McCalla Field.


Ready on the firing line -Muzzle-loading pistol shooters take aim during a mach held at the range Sunday, September 24. This is the first time the cap and ball pistols have fired in competition on the base. Shooters are, from left to right: Bill Martin; Tom Pence; John Broderick;, Robert Metzger; and Paul Adams. Bill Martin was top man in the match with a score of 96 out of a possible 100.


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SUNDAY, I OCTOBER 1961


SHOOTERS CAPTURE COMTEN iPET PAIR TRIGGER WAY TO NATIONAL &ATC;7S

A young man attached to the Naval station Personnel Office, not long ago: (April
)f this year),.. tookan - in hand and proceeded to give the bull's eye a hard time.
The young ini Walter Traveny, N, one of the four meabers .of the Naval .tation
4fle, and PistoTem
holds the pert SRifle ed-. .ROUS, B" pg j" F:CL T
.l, Gold -edal, and is now
4Orking on 'the last leg of It is the little jobs which many ,of us are, unaware 5f
,he listinguishd iedal that.makes .a dy for the Naval 't~ti-on st -tr.
or mrksnahip. The M ks take thQ rough edges off whatwould be prob
[The GUntn~mod team swept lems :for the ren livng
though th Cm.ensh'ot (SHTPB ONTINUW).Bay Hill. For instance,
adthe !n, also 'shot. in- after -ayla.s .brk in our
'iBillPiartin 1viartin laid his shops and offices we are
.1, placed first in the, aside andl shoulderedd the in no mood to stand a
ntN l istric'sn M-l for this a . fire and security watch
t:vidu lril mtch. ll ....t;ur in2the sec nd week inSthe 'barocks,8so the ;lalri meuberq used iitch in u.,ust, the. pair moved r' strat-4rms Livisi!on
.l.onditioned we pons ,which t o the: National)matches takes ,care of that for us
gre refined 30 aliber :: he4ld at.Camp Perry, Ohio. Day or night diinitarjfls , ,,There were 3,000 shoters is-come t, the base, ani
ea ving San Juanf'or frm all6over the U.S.'and it is the0 sp:,nsibility
JacksonvilleFlorida, for somee foreign c unres. df the .,. force t - see
theA 4t nti c Fleet meet T-mnhe ap Perr rane is thata driver 2nd (trans. threemembers, of the made p:,1 of four shooting tpotatin are provided
.ito team,; alter Traveny, arascnsistingof 350 frthf.
11 martin, and Jerr.yan tarets, a LakeErie is vstr are he Ch
Jhitson. C oting again-,, the i;pact area for the vasterat.r.," '..nce
st clo SG.toZOO sairr.hkle, Rivi assiststhe bath. Tr _veniy nd rtin 1fr temetsat C4irl~ A, inany wa shoig niidal1Traveny and Adartin attind hE - can,
picked up theC- first le~g too. ed and, graduated frn Camp, oning finds dtch wards theListin hed PerryCRifle.dSchool s rif. mmnt of men raisin' hidal inthi Tro v le instructrs the co.rs ovr Chapel eny used h4s match condit- Walter waded through an Hill -S ch,)ol and hldin i:ne- i-l nd ia rtin a 45. impessive array top .ening c .Orsj at Chopol aliber pistol. .sho.otrs, both militar HillandtheNavalta
Cpetiti -nfor the All .and civilian finish.30th ti, Onhdinsta,nti, n Buil Navy Teem was also held in in *the nation This is ing. Jacks:onv.l r. Bll artin quite an h n r for a young .ieanwhile, bak in the @ecured 'the 12th highest mTnt aina alter nisver ~c in the ~Al! Navy rif very, happy to have been ending stream of trantol meet Wa s lto representte Navy sient ]sailors-chtcking
dark horse in this sho, and Ouant:naro ..y. in and out .of theof fic. nitaty ithere, but i eanwhile, back inGa. The mastr.at-hAr.ni keep

......untco Vign ... : nt . ..tco fo r a. rifle t.... it the have. bedd.... ing
!{ s another Stor/,for him, club,, and iartin has form- berthing adlce pc Qurtc0 ignaws ed a.muzzle-laig itl during their stay on, the ..... s, e tt n for.. the.... T t..... .... ..roup, which . is .. competing base,..: :'...... .. . . .... . :'' ....",
srie aths*Fv hu with ote h trs n the' Wh. en inspetion time, ...:


ay hain .....and.the. party f rom division .i r Trcc werem-%t he -q lb. to division Pand through crin , up and squee 'c-.zing. off 1&0 CEE LIETANNO t 1,N4 thc--buildings'.on Pay Hill. th r' best shot.s to qual .. Prior to inspectionss, .the ianthu...fr the-Nati nal is I will tou the b d ings, to see; that isl
V>l~ adthat in FO ATE.?EST IN 14 ;1 C _,ND shi.shape,
Q...ntie habgan.to NE, TUNE IN ,GY 1_ DIO On the li hter side,
r iND TvIE SION the Plaster atArms r ~ONTINU74D NR" IT CO0LU j) Tre. ocent ly-built a putting


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TOZNN' S
1OIRILD
BY J..CIE:LLOYD.

One &-y not long ago she d a encil Sketch from a icture postcard while e. . hatting with her good
riend liliickey SilvJano, You have a real. talent," nthused i"I ckey# " T'hy S-.on't you try doing an

And with those ords )f encouragement,. eggy anes did he r first oil )~inting.
"~ther t alents sonitinies ome lot-er in life because e. re is-more time for hem or the-y show up at tanamo for the same
aeI xly do not
-ow which is the case with e;" s-id Peggy. "But I m <-uro .of Qre tIn-Ih yvr picked up paint".. rp:hun il y ival

:.eggy insists th;A paintg doecs not run inhe

s don't show hp at the nnr'ing. Her not1....r, h --nes , f -rily ha.s nickl .
-"Gra ndma ih'oses"
t 'd -p.ainting only -f-.e~ a;; seven of he- r 'rhiudren h, *dj left-the f am.~ VT old.
Probably one of the very nicest things about Peggy s' her generosity with hk.er )fLantings. -areRice


S POT3T CORNIER
By JAJl S IJEIN

fter two great rounds of outstanding softball play with short interlude when theBase'SoftballTeam went to San.Juan to win the'ComTen Tournamnt and then to Norfolk tor a fine showing in t he Re gonals, the base softba teams are now ready %or the third and f. nal round.
(TONIs i CON..N ) This time aru
.. 1A ; T.. + . N ... ED) 3un d w....
dc ide the lea ;'ue champ-short chat with.her will ions * Also to be decide soon reveal , b -St of un- ed is the team oi teams * usual nd iiiteresting i. that will participate in 2 deas. ..owever, i-i.stof the otsesnTuraet all, for the frustrated So far,- th-ospital, VU-lO artist, a cha-1t *w-ith Peggy, NkS Chiefs a. nd WAS BoatJines willdecide, K. shed have earned the roght
"Te~is no tlifie like toD-p la y in thi's tournameit nt the present to stz, rt.11 of champions by wV-inning'
Soall yo'_u vwould_'-be art-f their reDspective round- in it lt 2:~int :tirrespective le a gue
_____________ SOFT.ALL LSTANDIN....S EiND OF 2ND ROUND
( ~~~ ~ ~ 11 ~$~ ~fM ,NT SVN,'0 LOST


Friel wa the lucky recip. lent of the doorprize.thc first still1-life pai nting e g gy d attempted. Need
lesto s-ay, 2,uriel was the ;nvy o f many a la-:dy 'pres ~nt~
Though Guantananot s new .rtist cl,-aims' she has little cre : "tiv e ' ability, a CONTINUED NEXT COLtUMN)


green on .Bay Hill.This is for the use of-- the me-n living in the Pay Hill
barr--cks. kle said ti.'.,t the re ar'e plans to., e-nlarf--e the gento, acc oiodate the increasing n uw-,ilb er bqf p rt-time gfers us It
One cuday that Bay
Hill i the ster-at. A r--- ms crg e...t a ny rate, the' -,s-,re doinL- a
ratjob .--)ft aking Eare of the -r a endt(ending to the mri--untain of ta-sks set before them


LOOK "OS HER E

The frollowing births were rkwcored at t he U.S. Naval Gspil u:GUantanS - yCub'.
A dughe9rolyn YAnn mil eprt+y, 6 12 oz5s to Henr .ruce and Jacqueli ,ne LoDrrcaine Silry.Bo:>rn Sept. 21. ilroy is attfachedo
NSLO

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-attached to WAl- S Galley,


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With four teams tied for first and another..n3 game, be~zhind, the. third round promises to be o)ne of the finest,-. and-.Q will have the best brand of softball ;ve. seen he re. Com-re out and watch some c lo se ly co-nt est e games of high caliber softball.
FOOTBALL
"Flag... tbfl.:;L
Flag football league play, will o fficially co -aence at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Octtober 14 on Cooper Field when last se -son's champion iviarines will ire~t NWi cCall.
Som 12 teams have entered the league and double headers will be scheduled on iVlondays CTecmdesdays and (CONTINED-ON PA.GZ FIVE)


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SUINTDAY, I OCTOBER 1961


K~C.. ARRIVES ON P.SE ;MCB27 TO E7T

The Navy's newest SeaPe-e battalion-M, U.S. aa Mbl C-instruction Battalio-n ~ht, a r riv :d -In-- Gu,5Ant,,anainio Friay Septemrber 29, ab oar& the tank lan'n: bi


U$S DeSoto County.
SReco~miissined last November I ?fter more than five ye
A*fLL $RVCSFOTS*
S dwards AFB, Calif. The long-winged U-2 -ircraft,

one a headiinexaker, is still pef rforming yeoman SerVice o missions remote from international contro
ersy. Since its to collect intelligence data were Wanted in 1960 by presidentail order, it has been
used as weather reconnaissance, high altitude test-w
ing of space systems: and satellite purst.

Washington A new version of the Navy's A4D Skyhawk attacj bomber is being flight tested at Edwards
AXFB, Calif.
Redes igna:ted k4D")5, theSk h -w s nuclear bombs~
rockets, guided missiles, machineguns, and other weapons included "in its armament.

gashington A recent qmmendment to the Career
Compensation Act of l949 can mean money the pocket to a number of seviceamen who took breaks in service of less than three months but over 90 days,and re
denied a reenlistment bonus because of the 90 day
cla us,
Navyelasims for -borm djat UnS must be mtnad, t
eithdr the eNavy Finnnce (Gnter or the.a.rinQCorps
Cinoandnt.

ashington - Involunta recall o ative dutyof
1,957 additional members if the elected Naval Air
Reserve has been authorized by the Navy Departinent to :augment the SelectedR r squadrons whose reocall was announced on August 25.
The call up of 213,officers and 1,744 enlisted men
Willbrinsquadrons previously announced up to strength,-. Naval Reserrve squadrons -are about hailf the
size:of regular fleet squadrons.

E dwards 1,11, Calif.- The X,.l5< rocket' plane,,, with I Mot Joe Walker at th controls, has streaked to a
rheordspeed of 3,645 m.p.h. in spite of SSacramaento, Cli. Air Force SSgt. er L, TruI ~il einda new Japainese 50-yen coin, He design employes temotif oth cryanthemum, Japan' s natTrjillo' wife, who is Jpanese .born, persuaded
him to etrhecontest.. .. ".


TFOR I FFman, father of six, girls

o y your fourth d ughter corrng a bit soiled, is getting married, eh SeJock?_.o.u must, be ver
pleascd,ft EUY T11.5, $WMINGS BOND6
kv(e," replied the Seotch- _______


ars of dormancy, the Tlattolion is following in the footsteps of its predecessor, the or"i" " CP... which ade its f epl oyment t-o Gtlo almost a decade ago.
On arriv.l, c1 i ht wil relieve bile Construc-..
tion Pattalion Seven of, its Gtio duties. The latter utfit has been in Cuba since January.,
The main construction pr.joct fr '"' 8, unoer the coixnind a f Lieutenant C mander rchie E, Floyd,
C~iC, IJSN ,, is the erection
of 58 concrete block units of replcIcem"ent housing f-r iilitary personnel and their d~pendents XII o ,.)nstruction skills-, as provided by the seven S' aBee specialist ratings, 'will be utilized in this. operati m
T h Battalion is also
assigned the work of co-m pleting P~orin Commuxity Center, and acc..-xi.1,ishingcamp improvemerits
1CB- coiyleted a six-. week military training stint at the .,,arine Coprs' CaImp Leoune, N.C. base in April 'and May.
The outfit is scheduled to return to 3avsville in the early sprig of 1962,


(SPt-OFZT6$:4 COKNLR COUITI.NT JED) $alurdays, wih h first game at 6:0p.m.� andth seodat830pm
Football temrpreSa tives are: Capt. Car) th-. ors, 9244 Leewa.rd~ Cuevis 64360; 0!!C Bernhardy, 8154 i ica~la; i,,cCormic, 8552;


AnS Idi~ N cCarthy-j
8379; NIav..ta BontshedEINS Graves, 853 2;1#FTG X-L-%17
e~ap 778; VU.lO-410 1
PetittL 849; av-ta Cripp 8455; Ho$P,, 1.1T SidLth, 773 0 NAS Ai.erology,, Stremel,#873l,


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A VOGF. OF THF. PEOPLE Vol. II, No. 39 U. S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Sunday, October 1, 1961 Gray Lady Class Nine Capped, Accepted By Hospital Receiving cap -Clifford Dwyer, member of Gray Lady Class number nine, receives her cap from Commander A. M. Egan, Chief Nurse for the Hospital. Mrs. Dwyer is one of eight women to receive their caps and pins during a ceremony held at the U. S. Naval Hospital, Friday, Septembef 22. NAVSTA SharD Shooters Big guns from NavSta -Helping Guantanamo Bay make Sa clean sweep of the Tenth Naval District sports this year is the Naval Station Rifle and Pistol Team. Their sharp shooting gave them the ComTen Championship. Members of the team are, from left to right: (front) Walter Traveny, SN; William D. Martin, DC1; (back row) Dave Weaver, ET2; and Jerry Whitson, YN3. National competitors -Walter T. Traveny and William D. Martin, members of the Naval Station Rifle and Pistol Team which won the ComTen shoot, shot their way into the National Rifle and Pistol matches held at Camp Perry, Ohio. At the National meet, Traveny finished 30th out of approximately 3,000 shooters. See story, Sunday Supplement. Presented pins -Mrs. Edward J. O'Donnell, Honorary Chairman of the Gray Ladies, presents a pin to Helene Gibson, a graduate of class number nine, at ceremonies held at the Hospital Friday, September 22. Other Gray Ladies in the class are, from left to right: Elizabeth Bargeloh; Norma McLernon; Clifford Dwyer; Gladys Griffin; Mrs. O'Donnell, Honorary Chairman; Helene Gibson; Nancy Drachak; Doris Hoar; and Charlotte Allen. West Never So Wild! "A night in the jug will cool him off" -Rear Admiral Edward J. O'Donnell, ComNavBase, carts off a "Wild Injun", LT Robert E. Cassidy, to the Guantanamo Jail. Actually the redskin had good cause to kick up his heels. He was one of many at the Western Party held at the Officers' Club Saturday, September 23. Collecting for costume -Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth D. Seibert (center) collects the prize for his costume from Captain Milton H. Brown (left), and Captain Miles C. Krepela. The occasion was the Western Party held at the Officers' Club Saturday, September 23. Medical and Hospital commands sponsored the affair, and Commander Homer S. Samuels, Dental, was overall chairman.

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Sunday, October 1, 1961 a THE SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT Page 2 Many Duties Performed By NavSta Master-at-Arms Force Duty calls -Furnishing transportation for visiting VIPs is one facet of the Master-at-Arms' various duties. Neal Zolman, FN, prepares to meet a dignitary and escort him about the base. The drivers wash and wax the VIP automobiles themselves. First Baptism For Leeward A first for Leeward -Three week old Kathleen Morris is the first baby to be Baptized at the Leeward Point Chapel. Kathleen was Baptized September 20. On hand for the occasion were, from left to right: Mrs. Eila Morris (mother); James Borgmeir and Mrs. Mary Borgmeir (God Parents); Father Robert E. Brengartner; James Morris (father); and Mrs. John Brown. In front of Mrs. Morris is Kathleen's three year old sister, Beth. Chief to Ensign -Ensign Millard E. Powell, a former aviation boatswain's mate, receives a salute upon receiving his commission. ENS Powell came to Guantanamo in June 1958, and is now Officer in Charge of the 1st Lieutenant Division at NAS McCalla Field. Coming and going -All persons checking on and off the Naval Station for duty and transients report to the Master-at-Arms Office. Paul Paxton, GM1, musters two sailors who are waiting for a ship. Paxton will see that the men are provided with bedding and a berthing space during their stay at Guantanamo Bay. Always alert -Kenneth B. Emrick, SA, makes the rounds of the barracks during his fire and security watch. It is comforting to know that when the majority of us are sleeping, the Master-at-Arms force provides watchstanders who are alert to fires and other disturbances. Pistol Packers Hold Shoot 6 Ready on the firing line -Muzzle-loading pistol shooters take aim during a mach held at the range Sunday, September 24. This is the first time the cap and ball pistols have fired in competition on the base. Shooters are, from left to right: Bill Martin; Tom Pence; John Broderick; Robert Metzger; and Paul Adams. Bill Martin was top man in the match with a score of 96 out of a possible 100.V

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SUNDAY, 1 OCTOBER 1961 SHOOTERS CAPTURE COTEN PEET; PAIR TRIGGER WAY TO NATIONAL vATCHZS A young man attached to the Naval Station Personnel Office, not long ago (April )f this year), took an i'1 in hand and proceeded to give the bull's eye a hard time. The young man, Walter Traveny, SN, one of the four meiubers of the Naval Statiorn tifle and Pistol Team, holds the Expert Rifle ,ed21ULROUS, V;'RIED TSKS L L -T .4, Gold iiedal, and is now working on the last leg of ,Vkngo telatle-fIt is the little jobs which inyof us are unawareo she ListinPiished Iedal that makos a cky for the Naval "or markswnenship. Th s takethQ rough edges ff what -wud be prob' The Guntanamo team sweptlews for the wen living n through the ComTe-n shoot, (SHobRSpCONTINUED) Bay Hill. For instance, d the maen also shot inafter a day's Tx ork in our lividually. Bill Aartin, mortin'laid his pistol shops and offices, we are Cll, p1aced first in the aside and shoulred the in no mood to stand 'nth N 1val DistrictI's in-. yl hfire and security watch tividual rifle iatch. k1lthe s;c nd week i h r s the ;e-am mmebery used inatch in .uust, the pair mvedt division grnditioned weapons which to)the Natinal matches takes care f that for us. :re refined 30 caliber he]at Camp Perry, Ohio. Day or night cinitarThir fle siet)th rifles. Thr we re 3,000 sh oters c oe otebse, an Leaving San Juan for frm all rvr the U.S. and it is the rspnsibility Jacksonville, Florida, for some foreign co)unfies. of the AforcE to sec the Atlantic Fleet meet The Camp Perryrange is that a drivernd trans. ii re three membersof the macle up of f our shooting portati-mnare provided litinro team; W1alter Traveny, areas consisting of 350 *, fr them. 7',hile the ill martin, and Jerry tar'.(tsan-. Lake Erie is visitors-arehr Chief Thitson. CDipeting again-. the Lpact ama for the a teVnce st close to 200 sailors, rana,. VyklePBI, assists toe both Tr veny .nd Kartin, & forE-the meet started, 'dmiral's Aide in ny way shooting individually, Traveny and Aartin attendhe&can. picked up the first leg to. d and.graduated fr ion Camp io1 2ning finds detachwards the Distinguished Perry Rifle Schol as rif. ment ofAmen raising Nedal in this meet, Trav-le instruct ors. thEclsver Chapel Lny used his match condit-. Walter wadecI through an ill Sch )ol and hiding ioned -1 and 11artin a 45 Impvssive array of top evening clors t Chpl caliber pistol. shoot.rs both military Hill and th( Naval StaCompetiti-n for the 1 nAllcvljn Cmpe'iionfrth l0adcviinWfinish '3th, ti-.n administration o n uild., Navy Team was also held in in the nation This is Ing. Jacksonville. Bill martin quite an h,.nr for a y ung .ionwhilQ, back in the ecured the 12th highest n t" gain, and Nalter is office, there is a never score in the All Navy rifle.ver happy to have been ending stream of tran. and pistol meet .Walt was atc to represent-the Navy sent sailors chuckin," dark horse in this shoot, and Guantanamo Pay. in and out f the ofice Ansistantly in there, but manhile, back In Guan. The iastr-at_:'rx-s keep thing spectacular. Howtananmo, T2 aveny is assist. track of'the men,andsee er, Quntico, Virgina to it they have bedding, ws another stony for himi, clb, nd martin has formberthing and locker space Quartica, Virginia was adaauzle-1lading pistol during their stay n the tLe setting for the Intra-. Lr-up, which iscompeting bas. a rvice matches. Five hun with othr shoters )n the When inspection time dred top shooters from the Base, rolls around, Wykle leads Army, Navy, arines, and'the.party from division .ir Forc~wre thereli-mb.to)diison t mnd through asideandisouldeed!th erinJ u nd squeezing off RELP KEEP.GU'NTAY10 IOCLEN; th, buildings on Pay Hill, their best shots to qual.Pror to inspections,-the ify them for the National_ _W2s will tour the build. matches. sip-.shtpet tzlter said that in FOR T2 BEST IN i1IJSIC :3ND toitat al i Quantie6ohe began. to:bit, ,T IToOntei-hter side, i scores climed up. Nt r-atr f IND TELEVITN DONNEhL )eelb l a puttin ONTIUT DiNTN17 ., a m1\1Mcis wlbl ortheuildg '.HE SUNDAY SUPPLEMEhNT PAGE 3

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SUNDAY, I OCTOBER 1961 TO}L'~N' S TAORLD By J :CIE LLOYD One d y not long ago she :d a encil sketch from a icture postcard while a hatting with her good riend iMickey Silvano, You have a real talent," nthused Mi'ckey, "WThy on't you try doing an And with those ords )f encouragement, Peggy anes did her first oil painting ""ither talents sometimes ome later in life because are is more time for hem, or they show up at :Mrtanamo for the same asoni, I really do not mH:w which is the case with ;" sAid Peggy. "But I m -Fure of one thing--I had ever picked up paints. rush until movy arrival keggy insists that paintng does not run in her mily--at liast the talUt don't show up at the winning. Her mother, ye'the family has nick-' ianed "Grandma Moses," 4ar:ted painting only af. -er a;; seven of her children had left the fam. 1r fold. Probably one of the very icest things about Peggy .s her generosity with her )aintings. iiarge Rice proudly displays a lovely )air on her living room 'all--especially painted for her from two of her Favorite Christmas card scenes. Miaria.n Fuller has two handsome samples too Peggy recently hostessed luncheon at which ,Auriel Friel was the lucky recipient of the doorprize--the first still-life painting -eggy had attempted. Need" less to say, &,uriel was the *;nvy of many a lady presnt1 Though Guantanamo's new rtist claims she has little creative ability, a CONTINUED NEXT COLUMN) S SPORTS CORNER By JiLOS PREJEXN After two great rounds of outstanding .softball play with a short interlude when the Base Softball Team went to San Juan to win the ComTen Tourna.ient and then to Norfolk for a fine showing in the Regionals, the base softba teams are now ready for the third and f-nal round. (wOrAN O0 COTNUD This time around will O IANS WHLD CONTINUED) d,-cide. the lea -ue.champ short chat with her will ions Also to bedecidsoon reveal lst of uned is the usual nd interesting ithat will participate in deas. However, rost of the ?ost-sepson Tournament. all, for the frustrated So far,.the Hospital, VU-lO artist, a chat with Peggy NkS Chiefs and NAS BoatJanes will decide, shed have earned the roght "There is no time like to ply in this tournament the present to start!" of champions by winning So, all you would-be arttheir respective round-in ists--let's paint' their-respective leagueSOFT PLL. LEAGUE TANcI T iheNDOF 2ND ROUND the os-sEsoTTurnmeT. green onBay Hill, This is for the use of the men living in the Pay Hill barr-cks. 'ykle said th at there Are plans to enlarre the green to accarmodate the increasing number of p'rt-time golfers usiq it. One could say that Bay Hill is the tster-atArms charge.At any rate, the AAs re doing: a great job of taking care of th area,,nd tending to the mountain of tasks set before them. LOOK HO'S HERE The following births were re.cor d at the U.S. Naval Hospital Gupntanam Bay, Cuba. A daughteQar lyn Ann 4ilroy, 6 lbs: 12 ozs. to Henry Bruce and Jacqueline Lorraine Milroy., Born Sept. 21. ilroy is attached to NSL. son, Joffre James Jefferson Jr., 6 lbs. 10 os., to Jaffre J. and Jeanne Jefferson, Born Sept. 26. J ferson is attached to NAS Galley. AS Chiefs 9 3 iAS Boatshed 9 3 VUOl0 .9 3 Hospital 9 3 Leeward Point 8 4 McCalla Flyers 7 5 PC 6 6 ACB-7 6 6 7TG 5 7 Navkta Admin. 4 8 Viarines 4 8 Dry Dock 3 9 NSD 3 9 NAS Admin. 2 10 With four teams tied for first and another, one game behind, the third round promises to be one of the finest and will have the best brand of softball eve seen here. Come out and watch some closely contested games of high caliber softball. FOOTBALL Flag football league play will officially colimence at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Octtober 14 on Cooper Field when last season's champion Marines will meet NAS 'IcCalla, Some 12 teams have entered the league and double headers will be scheduled on iondays, Vednesdays and (CONTINUED ON PA.GE FIVE) ?A GE 4 THE SUNDtiY SUPPLEMENT

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4;"., THE SUND Y SUPPLEMENT S SUNDAY, 1 OCTOBER 1961 MCB 8 ARRIVES ON B-SE; "i 1 TO L EV? T The Navy's newest SeaPee battalion, U.S. N 1val -)bile Construction BattAlian ht, arrive in Guantanamo Fri.ay, Septe.ber 29, aboard the tank lan' IS U0S De3oto C unty. Recoiiissioned last Nvovembr 1 after iore than five ** ALL SERVICE SHORTS ** Edwards AFB, Calif. -.The long-winged U-2 aircraft, one a headlinemaker, is still performing yeoman ser. vice on missions remote from international contro. ersy. Since its to collect intelligence data were Wanted in 1960 by presidentail order, it has been used as weather reconnaissance, high altitude test. ing of space systems and satllite pursit. Washington -A new version of the Navy's A4D Skyhawk attacj bomber is being flight tested at Edwards AFB, Calif. Redesignated A4D-5, the Skyhwk has nuclear bombs, rockets, guided missiles, machineguns, and other wea. pons included in its armament. * ** ****** ** ** ** ** ashington -A recent amendment to the Career Compensation Act of 1949 can mean money in the pocket to a number of servicemen who took breaks in service of less than three months but over 90 days, and wre denied a reenlistment bonus because of the 90 day clause. Navy claims for bonus adjustments must be made to either the Navy Finance Center or the Marine Corps Commandant. ***** ** ***4** ** 7ashington -Involuntary recall to active duty of 1,957 additional meabers if the Selected Naval Air Reserve has been authorized by the Navy Department to augment the Selected Reserve squadrons whose recall was announced on August 25. The call up of 213 officers and 1,744 enlisted men will bring those squadrons previously announced up to strength. Naval Reserve squadrons are about half the size of regular fleet squadrons. *4*********** Edwards AFB, Calif. -The X15 rocket plane, with ilot Joe alker at the controls, has streaked to a I ew record speed of 3,645 m.p.h. in spite of mechan:cal troubles during the flight. ******** ******4**** Sacramento, Calif. -Air Force SSgt. Pedro L. Tru Jillo designed a new Japanese 50-.yen coin. He design employes the motif of the chrysanthemum, Japan's nat. ional flower. Trujillo's wife, who is Japanese-born, persuaded him to enter the contest. JUST FOR LAFFS "So your fourth daughter is getting married, eh SJock? You must be very pleased," "te," replied the Scotch. man, father of six girls. "B uttthe conftti is becoming a bit soiled." BUY U.S. S VINGS BONDS ars of dormancy, the Bat. ta lion is fo11-wing in the footsteps of its prkdce. ssor, the original mCB.8, which made its first d pl yment toj Gt io almost a decade ago. On arrival, Light will relieve :5bile Construction Battalion Seven of its Gtmo duties. The lat. ter outfit has been in Cuba since January. The main construction project for BC13-8, unLer the command 'f Lieutenant Comiimandler Archie E. Floyd, C C, USN, is the erection of 58 concrete block units of replacement housing f-r ilitary pers nnel andl their dependents All construction skills, as provided by the seven Sealee specialist ratings, will be utilized in this ope ration. The Battalion is also assigned the work of completing Wiorin Community Center, and acco.mplishing some SeaBee camp impOro)vements. MOB.8 completed a six. week military training: stint at the oarine Cprs' Camp Lejeune, N.C. base in April and iay. The Dutfit is scheduled to return to Davisville in the ;arly sprinof 1962, (SP0O TS CORNER CONTINUED) Saturdays, with the first game at 6:30 p.m. and the second at 8:30 p.m. Football team represatives are: Capt. Carxuthers, 9244; Leeward, Cuevis 64360; ? C Bernharldy, 8154 .IcCalla, icCormic, 8532; NAS 'dmin, ENS McCarthy, 8379; NavSta Boatshed, ENS Graves, 8532; FTG 4Ns .Xnapp, 8778; VU-l0, mS Petitt, 8429; NavSta Cripp 8455; Hosp, LT Smith, 7730 NAS Aerology, Strenel,8731. PAGE 5


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