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Sunday Supplement

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Sunday Supplement
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A VOIE OF THE PEOPLE


Vol. II, No. 43 U. S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Sunday, November 12, 1961



MCB-8 Celebrates First Anniversary

Almost too pretty to cut-Rear Admiral Edward J. O'Donnell, Corn- I mander Naval Base, and LCDR Archie NK E. Floyd, Commanding Officer MCB-8, n make the first anniversary of the Seabee Battalion official by cutting With a ceremonial sword the first slice of the Battalion's birthday cake. The cake weighs nearly 100 pounds. Mobile Constrution Battalion Eight celebrated its first birthday Wednesday, November 1. Admiral O'Donnell was j the reviewing officer for a formal Pass-in-Review held at MCB-8's parade grounds. Below - "Yes, sir, they're all mine" says John Kilna Jr., CN, as he is inspected by Commander Naval Base during MCB-8's first anniversary celebration on November 1. i Following the Admiral are ENS Howard R. Cohen, the Battalion's "A" ... Company Commander, and LCDR Archie E. Floyd, MCB-8 Commanding...... Officer, 4



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Above right -Winning smiles too "CDR Floyd Nugent, Commanding Officer of VU-10, presents the Tournament 4 Trophy to Charlie "Spud" Ryder, VU-10 pitcher and team captain. Utility Squadron Ten'defeated PWC 3-2 to cop the-tournament. The VU-10 team was also presented a Softball League runner-up trophy the same evening. Lower right -The Seabees of MCB-8 have been working on this fence line since the rains ended. Almost a quarter mile of fence on the Leeward Point side of the base was knocked down or washed away during the October deluge. A crew of 25 from MCB-8 restored the fence'in two weeks of mud hindered work. See story, Sunday Supplement.












"Hatuey," Small Black Dog Becomes Base Legend S

Chow down -"Hatuey," a ward of the Atlantic Fleet Photo Triangulation Group eats a hearty mealserved by Andrew Botwick, PH3, before turning to on the day's activities. A nose for news--Hatuey (lower left) isa constant companion on photographic assignments.' With or without the assistance of a vehicle, Hatuey scurries about the base on his daily rounds which include a stop at the Drive-Inn, a little companionship with

his many friends at the Barrel Club' and perhaps a movie in the evening.
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A way with the ladies too- (below) Every male likes to have his chinV stroked by a lovely lady, and Hatuey is no exception. Hatuey is a living, breathing legend in Guantanamo; for more information on this very unusual dog, see his story in the Sunday Supplement.


Seabee Lands Moray Eel


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Seabee plus knife equals 53" Victim - Claud D. Green, BU3, displays the weapon he used to subdue his "partner," a Green Moray eel at the beach near the Seabee camp recently. Green was surf casting when the eel swam into the shallow water and robbed the Seabee Builder of his catch. See story, Sunday Supplement.


Too good to pass up - This photograph arrived too late for the last issue of the Sunday Supplement, but the costumed children of Hildergard Jurgens' second grade class couldn't be passed up. The children are a part of a costume parade in which all students at Victory Hill School marched Tuesday, October 31. W


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:4n suna metat A VOICE OF THE PEOPLE Vol. II, No. 43 U. S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Sunday, November 12, 1961 MCB-8 Celebrates First Anniversary Almost too pretty to cut -Rear Admiral Edward J. O'Donnell, Commander Naval Base, and LCDR Archie E. Floyd, Commanding Officer MCB-8, make the first anniversary of the S Seabee Battalion official by cutting 14Z4 with a ceremonial sword the first slice of the Battalion's birthday cake. The cake weighs nearly 100 pounds. Mobile Constrution Battalion Eight colebrated its first birthday Wednesday, November 1. Admiral O'Donnell was the reviewing officer for a formal Pass-in-Review held at MCB-8's parade grounds. Below -"Yes, sir, they're all mine" says John Kilna Jr., CN, as he is inspected by Commander Naval Base during MCB-8's first anniversary celebration on November 1. Following the Admiral are ENS Howard R. Cohen, the Battalion's "A" Company Commander, and LCDR Archie E. Floyd, MCB-8 Commanding Officer. VU-10 Captures Tournament -1. I7 IS Above .Rains Damage Fence Line Above right -Winning smiles too -CDR Floyd Nugent, Commanding Officer of VU-10, presents the Tournament Trophy to Charlie "Spud" Ryder, VU-10 pitcher and team captain. Utility Squadron Ten defeated PWC 3-2 to cop the tournament. The VU-10 team was also presented a Softball League runner-up trophy the same evening. Lower right -The Seabees of MCB-8 have been working on this fence line since the rains ended. Almost a quarter mile of fence on the Leeward Point side of the base was knocked down or washed away during the October deluge. A crew of 25 from MCB-8 restored the fence'in two weeks of mud hindered work. See story, Sunday Supplement.

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S Seabee Lands Moray Eel S Seabee plus knife equals 53" victim -Claud D. Green, BU3, displays the weapon he used to subdue his "partner," a Green Moray eel at the beach near the Seabee camp recently. Green was surf casting when the eel swam into the shallow water and robbed the Seabee Builder of his catch. See story, Sunday Supplement. Too good to pass up -This photograph arrived too late for the last issue of the Sunday Supplement, but the costumed children of Hildergard Jurgens' second grade class couldn't be passed up. The children are a part of a costume parade in which all students at Victory Hill School marched Tuesday, October 31. W unday, November 12, 1961 THE SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT Page 2 "Hatuey," Small Black Dog Becomes Base Legend S 11Chow down "Hatuey," a ward of the Atlantic Fleet Photo Triangulation Group eats a hearty meal served by Andrew Botwick, PH3, before turning to on the day's activities. A nose for news -Hatuey (lower left) is a constant companion on photographic assignments; With or without the assistance of a vehicle, Hatuey scurries about the base on his daily rounds which include a stop at the Drive-Inn, a little companionship with his many friends at the Barrel Club, and perhaps a movie in the evening. A way with the ladies too -(below) Every male likes to have his chin stroked by a lovely lady, and Hatuey is no exception. Hatuey is a living, breathing legend in Guantanamo; for more information on this very unusual dog, see his story in the Sunday Supplement.


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