1926 LA Times stoiry about upcoming Navy Open House with S-28 involved Part 2

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don for election as an associate Jus- Jus- uco or ine esupreme t;ourt. Somb contusion has been created In the minds of certain voters by the candidacy for Buperlor Judgo of A. J. Bledsoe, a local attorney, due to an apparent tendency to confuse him with Judge Benjamin F. Bledsoe, tor United 8tates District Judge here. The latter Is not a candidate for any office. office. NAVY TO HOLD "0PENH0USE" (Continued from First Page) ada to Mexico will receive representation. representation. At the local base three battleships, six submarines, three train ships and numerous auxiliaries will remain to show to the expected 30,000 civilian visitors what tho Navy Is doing. Distribution Distribution of these ships follows: U.S.S. Pennsylvania, at anchor Sau Pedro; U.S.S. Arizona. U.S.S. Nevada, at anchor anchor Long Beach; U.S.S. Medusa. Submarines S-28. S-28. S-28. S-27, S-27, S-27, S-28, S-28, S-28, U.S.S. Relief, at Pier Ono, San Pedro; U.S.S. Ortola, submarines S-24, S-24, S-24, S-25, S-25, S-25, S-29, S-29, S-29, at Pier Twelve, Long Beach. At all ports, all ships will receive visitors aboard from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.. according to Capt. M. G. Cook, chlef-of-staff chlef-of-staff chlef-of-staff chlef-of-staff chlef-of-staff of the U. S. Base Force. Boats from all ships will make frequent frequent trips to available landing to receive receive and return visitors. Public gatherings ashore In which navy personnel will particlpato are as follows: Long Beach, 12 noon Capt. H. P. Perrlll. commanding U-S.S. U-S.S. U-S.S. Arizona, will nadress members of Rotary Club, at Hotel Virginia. Santa Monica, 12 noon Lieutenant-Commander Lieutenant-Commander Lieutenant-Commander Lieutenant-Commander R. E. Rogers, commanding commanding U.S.S. .Hull, wilt address Rotary Club.- Club.- Lop Angeles, 6 p.m. Officers of fleet and ladles dinner guests of Jem Angeles Angeles Elks at Elks' Club, followed by entertainment headed by U.S.S. Nevada Nevada band. Lo Angelei, B p.m. Al Malaikah Temple, Nobles of Mystic Shrine, hcu. j to officers and men of fleet at smoker at Shrine Auditorium. Navy boxers and wrestlers to compete. Interspersed with entertainment by men of fleet. Tableau by United States Marines. Long Beach, '8 pxa. Navy Rally. Clvio Auditorium, with address by Capt. Clarence A. Kempff, commanding commanding U.S.S. Nevada, The following officers will deliver Navy Day addresses over all local radio stations In. the evening: KFI Capt. H. G. 8. Wallace, commanding commanding U.S.S. Procyon; KHJ Commander Commander C. Van de Carr, U.S.S. Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania: KNX Capt. R. A. Dawes, commanding U.S.S. Relief: KFWi Capt. C. T. Owens, commanding U.S.S. Pennsylvania: KMTR Commander W. L. Frlcdell. commanding Submarine Division Eleven; KFVD Lleutcnant-Command- Lleutcnant-Command- Lleutcnant-Command- Lleutcnant-Command- R. E. Rogers, commanding U.B.S. Hull. At the Elks' Club, at 8 pm.. Rear Admiral W. W. Phelps, commanding the United States Fleet Base Force, will address the gathering. Admiral I helps has the most distinguished record of all officers active ia the Naval Transport Service during the World War. He first commanded tlie U.S.S. Great Northern, now the coastwise coastwise liner H. F. Alexander, and later commanded the U.S.S. Leviathan, now flagship of the United States Lln?s. For distinguished service during the war Admiral Phelps was given the Navy Cross as well as a letter of commendation, commendation, by th War Department. On all ship during the day officers and men will guide visitors about tlie vessels, battleships, submarines, destroyers destroyers and train ships. Ships' bands will give concerts, airplanes will he catapulted and at night all vessels so equipped will Illuminate ship. The U.S.S. California, Bsttle TIM flags' Ip. will visit San Diego preceding preceding and during Navy Day, Admiral Richard H. Jackson, coromander-m-chlef, coromander-m-chlef, coromander-m-chlef, coromander-m-chlef, coromander-m-chlef, being scheduled to make fis flr;t Inspection ot the San Dlepo naval naval establishment. Battleship Division Five, composed of the U-S.S. U-S.S. U-S.S. Weit Virginia, TI.S-S. TI.S-S. TI.S-S. Colorado. U.S.S Tennessee Tennessee and U.S.S. Marvland. tin spend Navy Day at Dsn Francisco.

Clipped from The Los Angeles Times24 Oct 1926, SunPage 41

The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California)24 Oct 1926, SunPage 41
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