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1935-04-17 - Page 1. April 17, 1935. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 24, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/p15195coll22/item/177/show/173.

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Title 1935-04-17
Publisher USS Houston (CA-30), U.S. Navy;
Date April 17, 1935
Description Volume II, Number XV
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Houston (Cruiser : CA-30)
Subject.Geographic (TGN)
  • Long Beach, California
Genre (AAT)
  • newsletters
Language English
Physical Description 1 newsletter
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Original Item Location ID 1981-001, Box 11, Folder 5
Original Collection Cruiser Houston Collection
Original Collection URL http://archon.lib.uh.edu/index.php?p=collections/controlcard&id=23
Digital Collection USS Houston Blue Bonnet Newsletters
Digital Collection URL http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/p15195coll22
Repository Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries
Repository URL http://info.lib.uh.edu/about/campus-libraries-collections/special-collections
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Transcript Vol. II * .- s. S... 0 .. 5-.- 0... Long 8each, Calif, 17 April, 1935. Number XV DIVISION ISSUES PLANNED FIR" ST DIVISION Starts off Series of Div. ision Issues of the BLUE BONNET Those who have read the eidtor's " Pep Talk" will remember the plan outlined in last week's issue of this sheet. In answer to various protests and criticisms this scheme has been selected as the best to show latent talent hidden among the various divisions on board. Lots were drawn for dates, division representatives appointed, and results are printed below. The date of issue, the division responsible, and who shall be in charge are given below: April 20- FIRST; Ens. Williams. April 27- FOURTH; Ens. Lyons. May 4- MARINES"; C. H. Withey, Corp!., H. T. Clement, PFC. May ll- THIRD; K. C. Knowlden, Sea2c. May 18- F& V; L. K. Latour, FC1c ( F), P. E. Readette, RM2c ( V) May 25- SECOND; J. K. Wallace, GM2c. June 1- R, H, & S.; A. W. Schrum, Sea2c ( R), J. Vizard, PhM1c ( H), R. Romine, SK3c, ( S). June 8- N& C; Ens. H. L. Leon. June 15- ENGINEERS; J. Rozecki, WT2c ( B), A. D. Hall, MM1c ( M), G. T. Sawyer, Ye02c, ( A), R. E. Baker, EM1c, ( E). All material for the issue must be in the hands of the printer not later than noon on the Thursday preceed­ing the Saturday of issue. Choice of material is left entirely up to the div­ision representatives. Editing assist­ance will be given by the regular staff ContiDued Oil pace four MOTHERS DAY Following letter from SecNav. is published for information of all hands: " 1. Annual obServance of the Mo­ther's Day Movement will be held throughout the United States on Sun­day, May 12, 1935. Attention of all Navy and Marine Corps personnel is invited to the significance of Mother's Day and to the duty that exists for each one rendering tribute to his mo­ther. Every man who can should visit his mother on that day if she is living and letters should be written where it is impracticable to be at home. Claude A. Swanson" '--*,,*-- OBSERYANCE OF PASSOVER By direction of the Commander- in~ Chief, U. S. Fleet, the following infor­mation is furnished the U. S. Fleet: " Commanding Officers are authoriz­ed to grant leave, at discreation, to men of the Jewish faith from noon of Wednesday, 17 April, 1935, until mid­night of Saturday, 20 April, 1935, with such additional travel time as may be necessary." --* 0*-' ­OFFICERS ORDERS Capt. Guy E. Baker, USN, from US Naval Academy to USS Houston about 26 June. Captain Walter B. Woodson, USN, from USS Houston to Chief- of- Staff, Asiatic Fleet in August. Lieut.- Comdr. Robert E. Keating, U, S. N., has been ordered to duty as gunnery officer of the Houston to re­port about 18 April, 1935. Ensign Terry L. Watkins has been ordered to U. S. S. Tarbell, in June. Ensign Richard E. Bly has been ordered to U. S. S. Brooks in June. SPRING CRUISE ITINERARY After many months of ' scuttle- butt' which could have been made to fit any itinerary from N. Y. to China, depending upon where you wanted to go, the Houston has at last received her official itinerary for this spring's cruise. Instead of going with the rest of the fleet into the Aleutian waters, she is going to take the Assistant Sec- " retary of the Navy, H. L. RooS'evelt, to Honolulu. Acording to a letter re­ceived from CinCUS, the Ass't, Sec. Nav. is to be picked up in San Diego on the 18th of May. The Houston will then proceed directly to Honolulu, arriving there 22 May. After four days alongside a government dock, she will, on the 26 of May, depart for the mainland, arriving in San Pedro on the 30 or 31st of May. She will anchor in Long Beach area until time to rejoin her Division in San Diego on or about the 11th of June. --*,,*- ­SUBMARINE DUTY Petty officers, third class, firemen and seamen are required for sub­marine training. Requests should be forwarded to Bureau of Navigation provided men are physicially and otherwise qualified for submarine training. The amount of sea service required is reduced to six ( 6) months instead of one ( 1) year as previously required. --*,,*-- Over 500,000 American citizens live abroad, about half of then in Canada while the least number, totaling 8, live in Arabia. --*,,*-- Send the BLUE BONNET home