1927 blurb in LA Times about S-28 presence at Navy Day event pg 19

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1927 blurb in LA Times about S-28 presence at Navy Day event pg 19 - LONG BEACH FOLK CELEBRATE NAVY DAY By a "Times"...
LONG BEACH FOLK CELEBRATE NAVY DAY By a "Times" Stall Corrcsrionacnt LONG BEACH, Oct, 27. In spite of rainy weather, Long Beach folks displayed a genuine civic Interest in the annual Navy Day today by visiting visiting the various types of warships assigned assigned to this city for the day. Boat trips from the Pine-avenue Pine-avenue Pine-avenue pier to the dreadnought Maryland and the airplane airplane carrier Langley, both at anchor on Long jueacn, ana jumucjn iuw harbor, where the submarines S-28 S-28 S-28 and S-28 S-28 S-28 and their mother ship, the U.S.S. Gannett, lay alongside the municipal docks, were frequent dur ing the day. Fleets of navy boats and water taxis plied all day between the hours of 10 a-m. a-m. a-m. and 5 p.m. to the Maryland Maryland and the Langley and visitors seemed not to mind the rain. Observation of Navy Day ashore was an outstanding feature of the day's program. At 9 o'clock tonight a huge Dvrotechnlc display was given by the City Recreation Department, under the direction of D. D. Skinner, superintendent, superintendent, and all amusement places along the Pike and on Stiver Spray pier were opened to men In uniform without cost. BAY DISTRICT CLUBS

Clipped from The Los Angeles Times28 Oct 1927, FriPage 19

The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California)28 Oct 1927, FriPage 19
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