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                      SERVICE
                      SHORTS
          [handwritten] [Knabenshue]

    Mrs. Mary Jondreau, the former Mary Knabenshue, daughter of Col. and Mrs. F.G. Knabenshue-her father was stationed in Manchester with the 97th division headquarters a dozen years ago-is taking an active part in women at war, word from Washington reveals.
    One of the first two young women to learn the art of instructing pilots with Link trainer, she has just finished a special course at Pennsylvania-Central Airlines headquarters at National airport in the nation's capital.
    She will teach "blind," or instrument flying to Army pilots, following her schooling.
    Her father, no retired from active duty, is not a flier, but her uncle, Roy, was a pioneer lighter-than-air pilot. 
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