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hronicle. COMBINED WITH MOSS POINT ADVERTISER.il VOLUME XCVn cmmm&Z£SFmnu*fK PASCAGOULA AST* MOSS POINT. MISSISSIPPI. TUESDAY. MARCH ]7. 11*42 nEKt w a«*< NUMBER M NATION S MEN AWAIT THIRD DRAFT LOTTERY AT CAPITAL TONIGHT First of New Group Expected To lie Called For Training Early In dune Selective Service Officials Announce. flh T*>. VrmmA Washinjrton, March 17—America's third draft lottery u seven months—and the first in the present war—will tak< place tonipht as Pncie Sam starts classifying an estimater 9.000.000 men for possible military' service. Secretary of War Stimson will draw the first numls-i from the historic froldfinh bowl, the same one used in th* last World War and in the If>40 and 1941 lotteries, arnutw 6 F. M Centra! W ar Time. The men affected are about 650.000 youngster* 20 or 21 jean* old wad rough!* T ,3Sd ou< old er tw. «p tt> 44 Who rrHHtarrfi Febrtmry 14 Sows*- HAMM rori fart we*v, 21 and » rogtedrred tor the tw. pMrr-um' kv. terye. and are now **uwt tn Uw «nic» haw bee., deferred or are «U!1 te tar ciaaalliri'. asleetw mrstet officials have re ported Ui*t the detainer arron** bkhu for the kittory were rwnytset* A HBtxiMiucM1 mnter ertli give s e*tr* shuffle to the ?,S* nuinb* - to tor drawn The use at the miser to. the mala* tanosatsors Kraor the two peace; rm* lotteries The number* rhrkawrd m green capsule WS1 go into the mttinjr ni etuar at the departmental jwds umar, u i P M (or a final atm thorough mmm before the draw ing togits ar hour later titer they wlli t» ihuBiwd Into the 8la*- fiats bow! usees tr earlier k»;tene* sad drown out «**e by on** to determine the order ®J tame SABOS® awt. wiui registered February IS * Poe the !tr« lottery befcl under the current selective nervier art the eMwntrd number* were stirred with a wooden paddle For the sec ond they were shaken in a Uanke* A drle pUMn. headed by Bdwtri V. Luther of the mumu! »el»rtn iwreiee t*eadquurter> wiU go to PtiiUOeiuhia where the goktJh! boa. ia Sep of U«le;cjuxh**- Hal: and ter 1HS it here Ur the drawn* asteb Him ragistme. February 14 taas bear, ktver a number by his Icca. draft hoard hoar hdfcfinr the lira: monlii - drown Tuesday wUs be the' m pitt o! the new mMgnab rolled tea mlliunv arrvirv urtlea*. ther. u. a rraarn. in the case of tndmduah wtav service should be deferm teeiectjv* oemo officials estimai «d the first induction* from ni nes group wouit be made in early Jtat Eijrht Killed And Many Are Hurt In Illinois Tornado •Bs TV n in step i Pi ■»( Danriite I1L March ITr~E«ht person* were killed ns a tornsoo that isit acraas eastern IlitiAte today stnanw hardest at siftage of Alvtr. north of here where at Maas four person* were kilted aad puaslim a score hurt Pour other* were kilted mi Champaurn county Report* were that moa* buUdtng*.. t. Alvtr: a town of $M population were de«trpyec and at tear, three ; burned when fUme* flared up u, the wreckage ( p — ——— - RECOMMEND IMPROVEMENT FOR CHANNEL Engineer H«gg*-»u 7era InlrsmitUI RmIm (gram M«.bib |« New Orion. The War Department district en gineer's office has recommended in. midiiieauor of U.« exuding In tnsooaatai waterway fitar. M nolle to New Orleans providing a channel U feet deep and !J6 feet wide from Mobile Bay through ltie MtMhstppi Bcaith and Lake Sorgw to the I.igoiete and thence by a land rtn with a new lock and entrance to the Muuumppi River near Chal tneUe La An* recommended wa* a tempo r. rj alternate route to be provided by excavating a channel from Ute itcmtty of the Pam Hoad Ctomum of BowKi Btenvcnue to the Indus »rial Canal H*n use of tho route he trvvonimend* Uiat Congmemna. au U.urtty be granted fee tlie Chief of Engineers to negotiate subject Hi CfmgrwmfcNMU approval an equita ble agreement with the Board of ( uuuaiMxn at the Pori of New Ortaane «r wjterxuoo Of Its Indus trial Cans' facliiuae on a M-hour ; et dav ban* tree of tolls for Inira eimsl*. Waterway traffic under rule, and regtuatiom to be prmertbed by the Secretary of War for a period of nm mart than ten years The report and recommendations liave been referred to the Board ff Engineer* tor Rtvgrs and Har bors tor consuieratlor and recom nenrtatior. At uartie* in ter cited jn the pro prwed unprovefnein are invited to submit until Apni IS. statements and argument* bearing upon the necess!" to. the improvement in the interest, of general navigation All statement* are to be sent to the Board of Engineer, tor River* and Harbors No 2 New York Avenue N W Washington D C This route Is much-used bv mtns toaaia Jjum'.i m the Pwwagouia area If is understood thai con sider* d* quantities of oil wood tor making paper puif lam produce awf other product* are transported over Uus route at preach! ^ The Ulterior* of Pukien province China —-has been developed as an md ffiUia area producing annually goods wirth more than six million Chi new doter* CHRONICLES OF WAR HIGHLIGHTS TO DATE FRIDAY. MARCH 1.1 The Russian troupe continued to pres- their slaughter of German- or the European front and threw thousands of ad riittonal troop- and machines against the Axis. The Suv arts claimed to have killed 14.WKJ more Nazis. Iietween February 22 and March 10. The British Rural Air Force swarmed over Northern France from the Belgian (winter to Pan- in the higgest day light raids yet of the new spring offensive and at least eight German fighters were knocked down in one clash alone, fine of the principal objects reported hit wa- the 2E.000 ton Nazi battleship f.neisenau at Kiel. The Japanese urgentlv attempted tv. rreat fighter plane base* in New Guinea. The ptobable loss of the 6HMI ton Australian cruiser Perth, was announced by Australian officials. The American-Filipino line on Luzon in the Phihppme had its third day of inactivity. The Burma-Outer Indian front likewise was quiet and in a phase of major preparation The Nary department announced the torpedoing of two merchant ship- off the Atlantic coast. One was described as ‘Small” and the other aw a "small Norwegian merchant ship.” KATl R!m\. M ARCH 11 The Navy department announced that 12 or 13 war ship-. in.-iudiag the Foiled States cruiser Houston, and the destroyer Pope were lost by the I nited Nations u» superior Japanese fleet during the sea battle for Java. Fight Japan cse war vessels were believed h«*i. Other vessels reported ki-t were the lleslrov ers Koertenaer (Hutch) and the Electra (British). The British cruiser Exeter was badly hit. Japanese submarine* sank two cruisers, the HeRuyter and the Java, both Hutch, and the Jupiter, a British destroyer. Adidph Hitler was reported to be pressuring the Japan ese into wider plans, promising a large portion of Africa and other impnrtant lands after victory is achieved. Terrific air battles raged over the English channel in (Commote ut, p*#t 6> American legion Ha* Arranged To Gather Scrap Metal. Aluminum. 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Mi af thr tamru I/ftm all! handh thr arraarataUon apanUsn, add oatr af thh *lt««d aalrftal hotter a (In dlmrtrd tr thr patoiM that fha battle* jar. an winder purt rtr. arr now tn demand Thr hmernar Lepton rill a In* father thh material, Rraarot h hrrrh. madr that |l*» hr planed Ml a orparatr rOMltatnrr oti'rr thr track phktn* at* nthrr malrruk mm* aha *e» thh ghw and krrp H orparatr hrrap paprr k had It needed and arrarifemrnU arr brine ntadr b* lhr taarkan Uyhn ta handlr thh arrap paprr. maearinc*. tarum. rtr. hindh ndflf* i an Prkoairii phanr IM or L L Miftri Phone m, Thr napmltM of thr mitre pohtu k r*maroted tn Uw» alt important matter Mr ma»t 'Keep thrm ratline hrrp then; fhtns Keep llraumn tram trial " LABOR PLEDGES “NO STRIKE” POLICY FOR HUGE SHIP PROJECT “There’ll lie No Strikes Or Stoppages,*' Organizer Says In Offering Cooperation of Labor <Mi TW Aiirtma Prvwi New Orleans March 1* —La bn' i leUgcd a no-tcirifer policy here uxhii ui rush construction of an® Liberty 'hip* one a! the nation s iargcvt onek nt huiidinr contracts T!«er*'!) be no airtke* anti no i» tnrstoppajrak," Holt Row Soothero ursaniaer of the America i, PVacrn Uot at labor, pledged Andre* 2 Higvm president of Blggirv* fndus tries Inr whieti was awardee the ship contract fry the Maritime Oom missior We ll bu.M tins* *htp*. ahewo of schedule in ever increasing number* rapidly and efficiently ' mM the la bor if at". ' and our task wll: mx be com i iciec until Nazism and Fas cism are driven from the face of the earth Htgg.ns raid a l e Ingram he re ceived in Washington from a labor leader pledging "do strike* was si sown to PreeuNrn’ ftoeaewMt "They WUc me afterward that tear* came to Mb eye* as hr read it anti ha said that such • pledge of loyalty from labor if grand and inspiring The Nebraska bom shipbuilder who* little plant ins than two yean l*o was producing only small MKrmafhi boats, called oti tra diuonally armiaement-minded New Orleans for more work and let* Mardi Ora* hanky tanks and fun," sue asked a change to the charact erization a* “the city that cere for got to the ette that care begot Higgins war effort was production of torpedo ooats and landuig boats until thy- huge project - -expected In absorb 40 000 men wau awarded. Labor spokesmen estimated that worker, anti their iamilie would t ota 1 2* 000 persons and Higgins dackwec housing projects are un de? coroueratior, for iiie influx A sci.ooi of instruction for 5.000 wekk-n and other w-orkmer. ia to b* established immediately Missionaries .On Mindanao Island Reported Saf** 'Hi TW Aa*» u'«c New York Mara, l« AU »Hm a it* « the lhand o! Mindanao In the Philippine* are alive a no at then poau according to Father Thomas r Cannon director at thr Jesuit Philippine Bureau Word o’ the Uaunaam* was re ceived ir, a letter tram the Res Janie T J Ha yea bishop at Oa>u van on Mindanao Father Cannon said Tt*e letier was dated January 17th and «ud that S7 Jesuit missionaries are vtii: at their past* on the island Teaching sisters four aebokastws and four lay brother* bare retiree to • mountain retreat where they are farming the letter mid Truck ( rashes Truck. 2 Hurt Driver Fined Taw men were injured about U oekvek Sunday night alien a truca wilt! to hair been driven by Fred Kmreii of Mobile iimcfc another truck parked oh the Mde of the road CM, Highway at near the state line W lUgiie Freeman It, auf fetec head i: sunm and badly bruised oody wtiUe John Freeman & suffered laceration* of hi? lacr Boll were said t* have been pas sengws. in Kmeaflb trues The? were treated at J avatar Count' hos pital The acctoem wa* InveaUgate? by C F Hudson highway patrolman and County Officer Lever; Btaarge ei Paseagoui* KlttreU war am*t*d or. chargee erf "per* ting * car while unoer Hie influence trf liquur and when tried Friday afternoon before Justice of the peace Kale Danny » BRITISH HIT AT AXIS BASE NEAR TURKEY Raid Believed Allied Blew At f*a*aiMr I’aMrr Imtua nRaWtr of f.rrman Aro>* in Iirive la Fan' I He TV- A*»oci«H*if Beemt Striking suddenly and um vpectedty ) the British smc sber at an Axis baw on Tu**»*r« KA-dlnrrnnesn iank over the pad week end m threat)? underscoring the prosper: that If the Gem:an* do not get going In Ftutflu.. they may try to turn Tur key into an invasion route to the Middle Hast Whether there a as any over hreat to Turkey at that Axis lame, the Italian island of Rhodes <ouM not be aacert. tned from the British re port of tiie raid, which * poke only of 'objective* ' bombed cl taro place* or, the island Turkey a nonbehgerant ally of the Britisi. n under < * Misiderabie German pressure to join the "new Order in Europe without a fight Rhode* Um only about If* mile* from the nearest point of Turkish terri tory British warships and planes parti cipated in the attack on Rhode* which U the easternmost Mediter ranean foothold o! the Axis. A re port iron Cairo was that merely objectives ' at Mantis and Gala to or tftr AS by 21 mile ialand were attacked by • bombing plane Satur day night Other objectives at Cou rt u on the Axis-occupied Greek I* Und of Crete *e»: and south of Rhode.* were bombed Tfw admiralty had not yet M voed any report erf naval action The sMM ult suggested that the British were m readme** for any springtime move of the Axis to sup plement the war with Ftuastabya tout 1 least ward stab into Turkey County legion Post Celebrates Birthday Along with nearly 12 000 other peart.* eg the American Legion, the Jackson County rirgantuuun with IP auxiliary celebrated the twenty tl ltd anniversary of the birth of the Leg ton at the Pan* caucus. March IS-1" 1816 an all-day party being held )«nUy by Legion mem ber? ami then families at the Old Pori * BesiQes famine? o! the Legion naires there were present a group Of Army officer? ariose uniform* lent a military color u> the buffet lunch eon whiten the A ux titan aervod dur ing a special anniversary teoadcast Horn HoUvwour. Legionnaire Rudy Valle? was Busier of tersnwnle of the broadcast will a supporting cast of Legion wader? nod famous must clan* The luncheon war th« high light of the local Poet > reiebrauor betng served at table? act between the two ancient fire-place? m the mam room of the fort the crock ing hardwood firm throwing a choer f«J warmth over the gathering During the day a number of visit <*f* caked at Use fort and expreewd grewt pleasure at trie tmptovwnent* that have been made them, and s .owed inters la the pian* for further development Oommander L L Bugler lad HI brief eeremofue? during which a large white cake set with twetity tnrse candle? w* cut by him with the guwts offering !i» enng rag et«UM» The cake wa> baked and 'e-ented to Uw Legiut, by Mrs C A tide. 1 REGISTRANTS MAY ENLIST FOR TRAINING Men With ItrjMiSrnU Have Oggal Umil < T» Be# «mr Officer# Win Attending srkaal Dataiis tti a nea system through jbBMB liglKnim# who have beer, deferred beeauM a! dependent b.i> Mhmwtag eligible lm milltarv wrv b* Bu mlunleer Ictr officer j dMtote training were releasee today to Brig Oen Thomas J Ora visor, jOBWCtar Of the State Be lee live Service System Mich volunteer-- under the plan announce!, tty the Secreran of War •01 be given four month# training ts the rank* to determine tf they are potent la 1 prospect# for commis | j, ,*| - Any not owoimemieo for ar, of fhser canmrla-r school at the end of this period mat request to be tranalerred to the enlisted reserve which mean* that he will return to civilian life and not be subject to call lor active service unlea# restotranu having similar depend ency claim# are being called ' Brig Gan OravMW, explainer. ‘Regis trant* taking advantage of thP plan will be mducied into the army through their local board# Anaounrinc procedure for the in duction of Class ni-A registrant* who volunteer to try for a commo ner Brig Gen Gravaor. «aW thrr mutt be American nuxen# with at least lour year# high sctmol educa tion; t-.lao that loral board# at their disetvUon may reject application# of any who should be deferred as "nee eat ary men in war production Volunteer# under jj years of age min* obtain the written consent of then parents or guard tens "The first step to be taken bv a Class rn-A regteUant desiring to vohmteei for officer Candidal# training to to file with his local bawd an "application to volunteer and waiver of dependency which a to* mu** be signed by h» depend •'at*." the direct nr aaid ‘After the weal board ha# checked hi# appii Alitm together with hi# a tiara hip, education: I qualifications and a- to whether or not he to a nece» man in hto dviliag ocemration the ragtotratlt to given a preliminary physical examination by the local examining phvMctan " H the registrant passe# thl« physical tan he to adviaeu that th* next step to to pieaem himself dr mi Army Reception Crater or Army replacement center, which srtli be designated by the Army Corp* Area Command#' fa- qnaliflcatloi ex* aminatiot! All expenses incident to travel U» and from the reeepuor. or t Continued on page d> Eleventh Hitch 1 Master Sergeant John Dolan, of bong Island. N. Y-, has returned to the army for hi* ei.wenth hitch. After so mug thirty year* in the armed fore** he decided it was time for him to once again dim a uni form. He is sixty-four years old and • grandfather. He passed a special physical examination at Washington to win army approval. (Central 1‘rrrtJ Hundreds Citizens File Income Returns Income taxpayers crowded Into the Pa<cas©uia post office Sat tilth, y and Monday to mail pevasi-m to the cottee'ors mostly to the MwitMippS office in Jaukaun Monday was the last dm f« pa vine income taxes for the year 1941 without penalty and some taxpayers had chfttaulrv obtaining aenevjsrv mank.- and many mi v ra>! have been able to do ao There were also a large number of persons liable for gate income axes, and these with the ferk-rai income taxpayer’, rnrchaeec* nvonev ' orders to eetabHsh a record few one day st the R*r*|oul» office A ion* line of patrons was at the money order wu.io* all day and 506 titonev orders «wrt pureb sed a large part of them beit.t for In come taxes A* Monday was the last dr v for mailing the return*, the Pa*e»g'rui* poet office arranged to keep a c.rrk cm duty until 9 o'clock so that all letter in by that hour would bear a March 16 post mark OPEN HOUSE PROGRAM BY USO CLUB IS ENJOYED BY MANY Refreshments, Flowers. Patriotic Decorations, Music and Vesper Service Attended by 600 Soldiers and Civilians. T>.* Pascagoula United Service Organisation* Club held open House Bs.ftdm afternoon from 3 to 6 In connection with the Nation-wide onaervance, in which all UBO clubs II the United State* took part The reti* me of tbr local club were held bull sr. the Community House and tli* Huuatng Project Recreational Hal at wnieh places identical pro C'ini- were Simultaneous held The programs were opened to all the citawn# of PaM-agoula and Jacfc * t County and the attendance war <* *.nted by a convoy of approat tnatf i- 150 _ Mtldbers from Kwnler Pier ana tidier* from the local r» : area The entertainment c« . -tec: of informal dancing to the m ivic at two orchestras one ft tr the i?2nd Infantry stationed “ Camp STfriby, and a local negro ° *wtra and a listening post at * * National Broadcast over a etaurk was heard addressed •»' ■ mi Army and Navy of ftcu05 T . nail* were appropriately dec * ith spring flowers and bunt ',:,e mg out the National Colors V: ique features at the decorations »* * , -igtn topt letters DBA. tr • ie of the hall and U £ O. ff the .••oer side showing the re *a‘ between the organisation • Nation a* a whole During ’■* * af ernoos. refreshment* con M punch tea coffee «aod and stints were wnid •* P Ma* director at the UBO *’*pet-wed his happim-si ever ■ev of the program which 'hr interest of the oom D L* M h* work as show n by an ►' * of over HOC- people He ii ->t of rjtm firm event The foi * « >• 1* took part on Hie pro ‘ — pedal gratitude to those *• * r -‘■'on actively participated * * prtwoam of the program* y ■ and Mrs J E BrrU ; Li* at Mrs W C Chamber*: L* Mr* vr DTUsmi U £ Na f- i-ws Me*or and Mr* Wal •f' v ' -e> P W Co* chatrtnsr CBh B-wrt mUC Mr* Co* O ■ Br- irmmtm. UBO and Mr* t Mr and Mrs ArrlllbaiC J 0*a , e mj and Mrs R E Rtuig utd Mr ami Mrs Barr, Osborne The bcaie**e* were Mr* Eugene Beckham Mr* Arthur Alien Mrs Gene Talbot. Mr* Joe Brumfield , Mrs Frederick Qmel Mrs R H , Paco: Mrs Erne*: Moore Mr* C j K Gray Mrs Herman Coiie. Mrs | Katie Darnel t At the conclusion of the program t a start Vesper Service was held in i each hall Father Care* rector of ' iContinued on page e c Scuttling Nazi Blockade Runner Off Peru Tihtm- pudtuaa, 1 art mhmmt it Laisdon, tefl the etory of the K-uttfiny of the German merchant ahip IMpnp •orm where of! Pant. The JLeiprtp and a companion ship, the Mor^rrratr attempted to alia out of r.n^ with earyoao of cotton w+ier. it beeatne apparent that they would be aetaed by the Peruvian Govern me r Intercepted by a Penman fruiter, the thipa were art afire by their emrt. The Afowaerrate wet beached but her caapMiea chip went down. (Topi The Hwwcrrmu befny run *>hore, white the U.pttg turn* o*«. (button.; The acatUed lumr tuna ov§r, (Control trtooj AUSTRALIAN PORT SUFFERS HEAVY BOMB ATTACKS FROM NIPS United States Pilots In Almost Incessant Action Over Australia In Vicinity of Darwin Says Report - by TV AmotIMhI Piwi) The Japanese unleashed their heavy bombers, yesterday to return to Parwin. the northern mainland port of Aus tralia. Heavy aetnal assaults took place on this city which is being developed as an allied naval base. The airforce of the ising Sun. however, foond Conditions somew hat different and resistance greatly stiffened as com pared to their attacks on other objective* in their march down the Asiatic shores and islands. The Allied air arm. which now is comprised of many fighting planes and bombers, in cluding flying fortresses of the United States Army struck t»ack at the enemy above this Continent in the fateful struggle slowly developing for the mastery of these far southern skies. — — —- ■ ' — ■ < WRECKAGE OF ARMY BOMBERS IS LOCATED * Tw Plane* With ( rrw of Fire Officer* and I krven Men (Yaah in Roaliw flight* Pendleton. Ore March 17.—The wreckage of two heavy bombers which disappeared on routine fights last night was sighted today. Colonel Prank W Wright Pendleton air base commander, reported. One plane was down on a knoll 3U miles south of here and the other ir. a densely wooded country three mile* southwest of Boise Five officers and 11 enlisted men were aboard the two planes Due to tlx remoteness of the country where the crashes occurred, detail* hsve not been learned. Crash crew* sent la the sites have not reported laic* to fhrtr banes CHILE LOSES FIRST SHIP BY AXIS SIB Heavy Ian of Life Reported In Torpedoing of kernel Lew Than 30 Mile* from New York <By THf JU*u* ut««d Pm»i New York. March 17—Neutral blip's first ship low was revealed Dy the Third Naval District today with %u announcement that a freighter had been sunk by an Axis btnanne with a heavy low of life possibly 27 men Dispatches from Santiago identi fied the vessel as the Tolten at ! Jfi tons The freighter «t< terpedoed Pn lav afternoon less than 30 miles mm New York and one unconscious ; txhauat^d survivor. Julio Paust— fas reacued from a life raft by Coast "uardsmen The Nssiku Orauner. a food fish ound oftenest in the West Indian vaterv resembles a chameleon for Is ability to change colors It has teen known u> assume eight differ nt colors in as many minutes and he changes i re complete It grows tripes and spots with equal ease' fhe whole repertory in the interest I self -preservation r uarwm na* wgn attacked three times previously but the attack* were lighter and were more or iem ’softening’ blows meant to pave the »»y for the major attacks to follow Yesterday# attacks were participat ed in by 14 Jape near bomber# Al though the details were not avail able. it was made known that there were casualties and damage Prime Minister John Curtin of Australia ssid that the raid was on a smaller scale than previous ones. United State* pilot*, for their cart, wer.- in almost continuous ac tion. returning to ttietr banes only tor brief rest periods and for re fueling and rechecking their planes. It is generally believed that yes terday’s bombing# were the forerun ner of early u* auen a tempts on Australia itself Por several days prepare, tions have b«?en going far hard by the United Nations to with stand and repulse any invasion mo'entente, and it was almost unan imously decided that the first land ings would be attempted at Darwin. Prom London It was reported that In the heavies: lighting ot the year on the R.is&iaa front., tne Red Army tit delivering mighty blows out of the swirl of bUmard* which swept over the country yesterday The I'rinrtpil pressure was being applied against three of Hitlers encircled . spring offensive’’ bases jtw soviet troop# also were striv ing hard to draw the strings on two others caught in deep pockets For the second day. the Soviet com mand said only no substantial changes haring taker, place This is l departure from communiques of many weeks which have stressed offensive operations. The Navy Department at Wash ington announced that submarine activities continued to take a tol of shipping viong the Atlanuc shores of the Americas with the first Chil ian ship being sunk with a heavy loss of men The freighter was sunk Friday afternoon, less than 30 milas from New York Last Thursday night a big United States tanker was torpedoes off the coast o' North Carolina Officials at Mexico City an nounced that an emprk Mexican ship, described as a tinker, was twice detailed by an Axis submarine or. a recent trip from New York, but was allowed to proceed with a warn ing not to volaee again Report* said that the ship at first -topped by a submarine late at night half a day out of New York. Cncle Sam hat been training naval aviators i«r 37 years The Pensacola Kls air station, the Navy's first was established in De cember, 1314.