USA 0 denotes the outstation.
DDD is the marking for an urgent menu which i6 to be given
necessary priorities. Any delay whatever on such a job will
be called in to controller BP immediately. URGENT will be
written on all such menus before they are given to operators.
14/4/5 indicates a menu with 14 links, 4 letters wide and 5 letters
381M denotes a job serial number.
1 indicates that this is the 1st menu on this job.
PHILADELPHIA designates The bombe selected by the machine room at BP
to take the menu. The same menu is plugged on other bombes
afterward by mutual agreement between B? and ourselves.
SPARROW 1 denotes the key or traffic involved. This particular key
Sparrow is the traffic of Y Service, Central Mediterranean.
1/11 indicates the date on which the message involved was
WOS 60 designates how many and what type of wheel orders shall be
used. In this instance all wheel orders are to be run.
I designates the input to be at I.
+ denotes a full stop in the teleprinter.
RR specifies that a re-run shall be made if any short whatsoever
between two letters on the bombe is found at the end of the
job. NOT RR indicates that if you find a short between two
letters only it is not necessary to re-run the job, but that
it shall be re-run if you find two or more shorts.
SSO (Story Stop Only) indicates that BP wants only good stops
without any legal contradictions.
D 126 THEN B Indicates that this menu is to be run with the D Uncle
Walter patched as shown in the D 126 patching plan.
Afterwards it will be run with the regular B Uncle Walter.
CNK Gives the letter framework of the menu.