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Man who runs sonar (or one [[strike through]])[[/strike through]] of them) asked me if I had a book on fish sounds. Wish I had. Navy should have such things about. Also text of oceanog. so boys would know where their taking of bathythermograph readings "heads-in". All the get how to operate instruments, but ultimate use, or usefulness of operations or of data seems never to imparted to them. [[line]] [[insertion, circled]] Groove in msp handles to be 1/4 inch deep 9/16 wide. [[/insertion, circled]] Poblette rigged fish lines, hooks and leaders, floats of tin cans and [[insertion]] red [[/insertion]] painted wooden blocks and buoy lines. Wts for [[underlined]] for traps. [[/underlined]] A busy helpful and resourceful man. Had his men paint cans blue and number them for bottom samples. [[double line]] [[underlined]] Speckled tern look up in Museum [[/underlined]] [[in orange]] [[boxed text]] Income tax deduct 2.00 a day [[/boxed text]] Jan 5-31, Feb 1-28; Mar 1- [[/orange]] [[line across page]] [[margin, orange 'doodle]] 14 in vulpo Encyclopedia of Knots and Fancy Rope Work by Raoul Graumont and John H. Hensel; Cornell Maritime Press (4th edit) 1952, Cambridge, Md. [[line across page]] !!November: Atlantic [[insertion]] 1962- [[/insertion]] 105 Anniv. Issue p. 70, [[insertion]] Arnold Tonynbee [[/insertion]] "The Mayan Mystery grew enough in 3 mos to work in temples other 9] was it hard won. [[right margin, vertical line]] Tikal p. 71 says "hard won surplus"!! [[/margin]] [[line across page]] Photographic Office - Commander - U.S. Naval Support Force - Antartica - Room 2020, Bldg "D" 6th and Independence Av. S.W., Wash 25, D.C. OX-6-7164 or OX 6-7146 Code 11 and XT 6-7146. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] To get: [[/underlined]] Chart 6639 H.O Climatology of McMurdo Sound U.S. Navy Weather Research Facility Building R48, U.S. Naval Air Station Norfolk 1l, Va. N.W.R.F 16-1261-052, Dec. 1961 [[double line]] [[top right corner]] Waldo L. Schmitt U.S. National Museum Washington 25, D.C. [[checkerboard drawing]] His Book [[/drawing]] [[/top right corner]] Technical Rept. Seasonal Oceanographic Studies in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Willis [[insertion]] L. [[/insertion]] Tressler 11 August 1962; $1.20 T.R. - 125, U.S. Navy Hydrographic Office, Washington D.C. [[double line]] H.O Publ. No. 705 Oceanog. Atlas of the Polar Seas Pt. I, Antarctica, 1957 (reprinted 1958) U.S. Navy Hydrographic [[underlined]] Office, Wash. D.C. $2.50 [[/underlined]] [[double line]] Naval Research [Reviews] [[underlined]] Supt. Doc. $1.50 per yr. [[/underlined]] [[double line]] "Alert" No. 2. "Freedom and you" [[boxed text]] Dept of Defence [[/boxed]] "Facts for the armed forces" Armed Forces Information (booklet with film) FFIF 120) Fault should have definition of [[underlined] proleteriat [[/underlined]] and any others? ? [[underlined]] Not in dictionary printed before 19 [[/underlined]] [[line]] H.O. 130 old superseded edit. has key to birds [[boxed text]] Guillermo Mann Fischer Jorge Alvina Walker - [[underlined]] Walterio Looser Revista Marina No 137, Marzo Abril 1947 p.p. 201-217 [[insertion, boxed text]] 150 ways to play solitaire Alphonse Moyse Jr. U.S. Play Card Co [[/boxed text]] [[boxed text]] Electronics man Rogers wants talk to Berg [[line across box]] Frisbie writer who married and settled dawn in Tuamotus| Book true and realistic descriptions of Polynesian sea farm life [[/boxed text]] [[underlined] Early wants Sci Amer. article [[/underlined]] Burk has standing etc. Gave off hand erroneous statemen about air field at Hope Id mention with "authority and conviction that [[strikethrough]] That [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion, circled]] it [[/insertion]] was a mile longer or mile and some dis [[line across page]] Handbooks of fauna [[three horizontal lines]] || DSIR [[double underlined]] 2 recent hand books [[/double underlined]] [[left margin, written vertically, bottom to top]] (Hexamethylenamine- tetramine) "Hexamine" = Hexamethylenamine N.F. (C6H12F4) F.W. 138.194 [[/left margin]]
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