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|Bremerhaven Windjammer c. 1971|
|FOR THE BIRDS - If a member of the Public Works crew tells you that this job was "for the birds," believe him. He will be absolutely serious. It seems that the trees around Building 2 began harboring a particularly messy flock of birds; so messy, that the sidewalks beneath the trees became absolutely treacherous. At that point, the safety-conscious Public Works Department moved in with the chisels and chipping tools to try to remedy the slippery situation. But don't take our word for it. Ask Lieutenant David Nash, Public Works officer, who, incidentally, isn't holding that umbrella to keep off the rain - it wasn't raining.|
|"MR. ROBERTS" - The Port City Theater recently completed their production of "Mr. Roberts", which played June 3-5 and 10-12. The scene here shows the aftermath of an exploded firecracker manufactured from some fulminate of mercury. The players are (L-R) CT1 Thomas S. Hall (Mr. Roberts), CTSN Andrew M. Bristow (Ens Pulver) and CT3 Roscoe H. Lindsey ("Doc") - (Photo By J. C. Benner).|