ARMY & NAVY: Fleet Problem XX


The ladies of San Diego, Calif., good and bad, will gaze sadly out to sea this week. From roofs overlooking San Diego Bay they will drape bedsheets and tablecloths to be seen by departing lovers, husbands, fathers. Down to the piers as in the past, they will go, the lean, the fat, the swans and the ugly ducklings to wave and weep good-by to the U. S. Fleet.

For the first time since 1934 the might of the U. S. Navy is leaving the Pacific. Maneuvers in the Atlantic and Caribbean, and...

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