1926 LA Times story of benefit for triplets born to S-28 crew member pg 50
f will be held at Guantanam- Guantanam- Bay in March, and a gigantic ring ashore will be the scene of the mat and fist fracases. BENEFIT FOR TRIPLETS A benefit, arranged by prominent navy folk of ;an Diego, II scheduled for the 9th Inst. It will be given 'or the famous navy triplets, two 60ns an: one daughter, the 3-months-old 3-months-old 3-months-old 3-months-old 3-months-old youngsters of Mrs. J. C. Maleny, fe 01 C. J. Maieny, first class quartermaster quartermaster of the submarine S-28. S-28. S-28. On July 8 Capt. Raymond Spear, commanding the naval hospital at Sau Diego, sent a radio to Maler., It did not read that one youngster had arrlV3d. nor that twins were born to Mrs. Maleny, bu-. bu-. bu-. that tripletstwo tripletstwo boys and one girl were present, and all were doing flne as was the little mother. The lualenys h at that time a little :. 22 months of age, makl. t four youngsters In less than two years another navy record. Mrs. Beatrice Clebornc. wlft of Capt. C. J, Cleborne, supply officer of the Eleventh Naval District, has sponsored sponsored the benefit and It Is expected that another record will we made In attendance. The benefit dance and entertainment 1b to be heiu next Saturday Saturday evening at the American Legion Legion Hall. San Diego. So far as ' known, these are the first triplets :io to a navv famllv.