Vol. II San Diego, Calif., 11 May, 1935
THIRD DIVISION ISSUE
EXPOSITION TICKETS ON SALE
Tickets for the San Diego Exposition
are on sale. The tickets obtainable
now are of three classes:
Non- transferable, season tickets,
$ 10. bearing the photo and signature
of the owner, and good until November
Special 20- admission tickets, $ 5.,
non- transferable, bearing identifying
photo and signature, good until November
Combination souvenir tickets in
books of five, $ 2.50, each ticket admiting
the holder to the Exposition and
one leading concession, good until
Season tickets and 20 admission
tickets will be sold for children up to
12 years old at half price.
The combination tickets admit bearers
to the five leading concessionsOld
Globe Theater, End of the Trail,
Zoological Gardens, Hollywood Motion
Picture Hall of Fame, and Days
The Old Globe Theater Players is
the original company from the Century
of Progress where they gained
nation- wide fame in popularizing
Shakespeare through their Elizabethan
presentation of his plays in condensed
versions running 45 1ninutes.
They will build their own theater,
a replica of the " Globe" of Shapespeare's
The End of the Trail will show
an Indian village in the Pueblo with
members of many different American
Indian tribes living there as they have
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Orders have been received detaching
Ensigns Hayden L. Leon and
Stephen Jurika, Jr. on or about 31
May, 1935, to the Naval Air Station,
Pensacola, Florida, for temporary
duty under instruction in heavierthan
The BLUE BONNET wishes them
many happy landings.
OF GRAVES IN
Notice has been received that the
Chaplains at Fort Myel', Virginia,
and the Presidio, San Francisco, California,
have tendered their services
without renumeration, to the personnel
of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps
and Coast Guard, to decorate the
graves of such of their dec. eased relatives
and friends as are interred, respectively,
in Arlington National
Cemetary and in the Presidio of San
Francisco National Cemetary, for
Memorial Day, May 30, 1935.
The plan is to provide a standardemblem
in the form of a wreath
twenty- two inches in diameter, carrying
a large bunch of flowers, for the
sum of two dollars. Or they will arrange
for larger and special floral
emblems if desired.
The Chaplains ask that correspondence
and remittances pertaining to
the decorations of graves be in their
hands by 23 May.
No matter how fast a man may be
going, he will always stop if you say
you have a check for him.
THE THIRD DIVISION
The Houston went into commission
with Lt. ( jg) W. L. Messmer as
3rd Division Officer and Ens. McGregor
as Junior Division Officer. The
BM2c was known as " Push ' em up"
Hughes. The Coxswains were O'Brien,
now BMlc of the 2nd Division, and
Lucier. Turret Captain was Woodworth,
M. M., TClc now on the Minneapolis.
The G M's wer~ " Bluenose"
Tilliman, GM2c, and Brereton, GM3c.
The Turret Crew consisted of Loomis,
Fraser and Joe Ricca. The leading
seaman was Joe Martineau, now a
Cox. on the Astoria. After a period of
about two years, Lt. ( jg) Messmer
was relieved by Lt. ( jg) Legget. He
held the Div. a short while, being relieved
by Ens. McGregor who in the
meantime had made Lt.( jg). Mr. Messmer
once again took the Div. later
being relieved by Ens. Newport. Ens.
Sutton relieved Ens. Newport. Lt.
( jg) Williams, who is now our Division
Officer, relieved Ens. Sutton, who
then became the J. O. The Junior
Division Officers were as follows:
Ens. McGregor; Ens. White; Ens.
Heming, who is now Radio Officer;
Ens. Sutton and Ens. Mackenzie, who
is now our Junior Division Officer.
BM's were as follows: Orapello,
CBM, who was relieved by E. E.
Hughes, who in turn was relieved by
Slusarski, now BMlc of the 4th. Div.
At this time Steve, our present BMlc
was a BM2c in the Division.
Coxswains were as follows: O'Brien;
Lucier; Cohen; Blake, who is now out
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