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LOG BOOK – APRIL 23rd 1932 TO AUGUST 31st 1932


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Leo C. Mueller Commander -

John P Crowley Lieutenant - Prospect 324 808 Annapolis Blvd, Baltimore - Mrs Hazel P. Crowley - wife

Chester M Anderson Lieutenant - (ABOARD) - Mrs. Helen L. Anderson, wife 4125 Howe Street Oakland Cal.

Edmund E Fahey Ensign - Prospect 898-R. 106 - 5th Ave, Brooklyn Park Md. - Mrs Grace A. Fahey - wife (3.W Mystic Ave, Mystic, Conn.)

True G Miller Ensign - (ABOARD) Mrs W.M. Miller - mother - , 2500 Elm Ave, Long Beach Cal

Horace B Deets Chief Machinist - Chesake 6185 3202 Avon Ave, Baltimore - Mrs Hannah L Deets - wife

Peder M Pedersen Boatswain -

Leonard S. Southall Machinist -

Philip A. Krugler Pay Clerk (T) - (ABOARD) WIFE - Phone - Hancock 0220. Mary Krugler, 17th St & Chelten Ave., Phila Pa.


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LOGS FOR APRIL 1932


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curtis bay maryland

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5

AH Kennedy AL Solomon


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23 April 1932

1000 to 1600 1000, ... Commander W.N. Derby, representing Captain J.F. Hottel, Commandant, DEPOT, reported on board to place ship in commission. Officers and crew were mustered; the national colors and commissioning flags were hoisted, and the ship was placed in commission in accordance with Article 753(1), Regulations. Commander Leo C. Mueller read his orders, assigning him as Commanding Officer, UNALGA, reference H/L, dated 6 July, 1931 (CO-71-531); the muster was dismissed and a watch set. ... Lieutenant J.P. Crowley reported for duty as Executive Officer, in accord with H/L, dated 12 August, 1931 (CO-71-531) and 5th indorsement thereto by Commandant, DEPOT, dated 23 April, 1932 ... Lieutenant C. McP. Anderson reported for line duty in accordance with H/L, dated 11 January, 1932 (CO-71-531) and 6th indorsement thereto by Commandant, DEPOT, dated 23 April, 1932. ... Ensign E.E. Fahey reported for line duty in accordance with H/L, dated 14 March, 1932 (CO-71-531) and 4th indorsement thereto by Commandant, DEPOT, dated 23 April, 1932. ... Ensign T.G. Miller reported for line duty in accordance with H/L dated 11 January, 1932 (CO-71-531) and 5th indorsement thereto by Commandant, DEPOT, dated 23 April 1932. ... Chief Machinist Horace B Deets reported for duty as Engineer Officer in accordance with H/L dated 18 April, 1932 and 3rd indorsement thereto by Commandant, DEPOT, dated 23 April, 1932. ... Boatswain P.M. Pedersen, reported for duty in accordance with H/L dated 14 January, 1932 (72-531) and indorsement thereto by Commandant, Depot, dated 23 April 1932 ... Machinist Leonard S Southall, reported for duty in accordance with H/L dated 5 February, 1932 (72-531) and 4th indorsement thereto by Commandant, Depot, dated 23 April, 1932.

Commander W.N. Derby - Commander W.N. Derby, representing Captain J.F. Hottel, Commandant, DEPOT, reported on board to place ship in commission.

Commander Leo C. Mueller - read his orders, assigning him as Commanding Officer, UNALGA, reference H/L, dated 6 July, 1931 (CO-71-531)

Lieutenant J.P. Crowley - reported for duty as Executive Officer, in accord with H/L, dated 12 August, 1931 (CO-71-531) and 5th indorsement thereto by Commandant, DEPOT, dated 23 April, 1932

Lieutenant C. McP. Anderson - reported for line duty in accordance with H/L, dated 11 January, 1932 (CO-71-531) and 6th indorsement thereto by Commandant, DEPOT, dated 23 April, 1932.

Ensign E.E. Fahey - reported for line duty in accordance with H/L, dated 14 March, 1932 (CO-71-531) and 4th indorsement thereto by Commandant, DEPOT, dated 23 April, 1932.

Ensign T.G. Miller - reported for line duty in accordance with H/L dated 11 January, 1932 (CO-71-531) and 5th indorsement thereto by Commandant, DEPOT, dated 23 April 1932.

Chief Machinist Horace B Deets - reported for duty as Engineer Officer in accordance with H/L dated 18 April, 1932 and 3rd indorsement thereto by Commandant, DEPOT, dated 23 April, 1932.

Boatswain P.M. Pedersen - reported for duty in accordance with H/L dated 14 January, 1932 (72-531) and indorsement thereto by Commandant, Depot, dated 23 April 1932

Machinist Leonard S Southall - reported for duty in accordance with H/L dated 5 February, 1932 (72-531) and 4th indorsement thereto by Commandant, Depot, dated 23 April, 1932.

... The following named enlisted men reported for duty in accordance with the authorities set opposite their names:- F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM, Letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 22 Oct, 1931 (73-701-531). H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 1 Dec., 1931 (73-531). W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM, verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date. T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a), Letter, Commandant Depot, dated 25 Feb. 1932 (73-701). W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a), verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 18 April, 1932 (73-701-531). E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 8 Jan, 1932 (73-701). P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 2, dated 1 Feb. 1932 (73-701-531) J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c letter, Commander, Base 5, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 1 Febr. 1932 (73-701-531)

F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM - ... The following named enlisted men reported for duty in accordance with the authorities set opposite their names:- F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM, Letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 22 Oct, 1931 (73-701-531). H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 1 Dec., 1931 (73-531). W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM, verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date. T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a), Letter, Commandant Depot, dated 25 Feb. 1932 (73-701). W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a), verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 18 April, 1932 (73-701-531). E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 8 Jan, 1932 (73-701). P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 2, dated 1 Feb. 1932 (73-701-531) J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c letter, Commander, Base 5, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 1 Febr. 1932 (73-701-531)

H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM - ... The following named enlisted men reported for duty in accordance with the authorities set opposite their names:- F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM, Letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 22 Oct, 1931 (73-701-531). H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 1 Dec., 1931 (73-531). W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM, verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date. T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a), Letter, Commandant Depot, dated 25 Feb. 1932 (73-701). W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a), verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 18 April, 1932 (73-701-531). E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 8 Jan, 1932 (73-701). P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 2, dated 1 Feb. 1932 (73-701-531) J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c letter, Commander, Base 5, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 1 Febr. 1932 (73-701-531)

W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM - ... The following named enlisted men reported for duty in accordance with the authorities set opposite their names:- F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM, Letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 22 Oct, 1931 (73-701-531). H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 1 Dec., 1931 (73-531). W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM, verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date. T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a), Letter, Commandant Depot, dated 25 Feb. 1932 (73-701). W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a), verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 18 April, 1932 (73-701-531). E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 8 Jan, 1932 (73-701). P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 2, dated 1 Feb. 1932 (73-701-531) J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c letter, Commander, Base 5, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 1 Febr. 1932 (73-701-531)

T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a) - ... The following named enlisted men reported for duty in accordance with the authorities set opposite their names:- F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM, Letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 22 Oct, 1931 (73-701-531). H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 1 Dec., 1931 (73-531). W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM, verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date. T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a), Letter, Commandant Depot, dated 25 Feb. 1932 (73-701). W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a), verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 18 April, 1932 (73-701-531). E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 8 Jan, 1932 (73-701). P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 2, dated 1 Feb. 1932 (73-701-531) J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c letter, Commander, Base 5, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 1 Febr. 1932 (73-701-531)

W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a) - ... The following named enlisted men reported for duty in accordance with the authorities set opposite their names:- F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM, Letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 22 Oct, 1931 (73-701-531). H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 1 Dec., 1931 (73-531). W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM, verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date. T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a), Letter, Commandant Depot, dated 25 Feb. 1932 (73-701). W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a), verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 18 April, 1932 (73-701-531). E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 8 Jan, 1932 (73-701). P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 2, dated 1 Feb. 1932 (73-701-531) J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c letter, Commander, Base 5, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 1 Febr. 1932 (73-701-531)

M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std - ... The following named enlisted men reported for duty in accordance with the authorities set opposite their names:- F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM, Letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 22 Oct, 1931 (73-701-531). H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 1 Dec., 1931 (73-531). W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM, verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date. T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a), Letter, Commandant Depot, dated 25 Feb. 1932 (73-701). W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a), verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 18 April, 1932 (73-701-531). E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 8 Jan, 1932 (73-701). P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 2, dated 1 Feb. 1932 (73-701-531) J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c letter, Commander, Base 5, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 1 Febr. 1932 (73-701-531)

E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c - ... The following named enlisted men reported for duty in accordance with the authorities set opposite their names:- F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM, Letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 22 Oct, 1931 (73-701-531). H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 1 Dec., 1931 (73-531). W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM, verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date. T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a), Letter, Commandant Depot, dated 25 Feb. 1932 (73-701). W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a), verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 18 April, 1932 (73-701-531). E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 8 Jan, 1932 (73-701). P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 2, dated 1 Feb. 1932 (73-701-531) J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c letter, Commander, Base 5, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 1 Febr. 1932 (73-701-531)

P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c - ... The following named enlisted men reported for duty in accordance with the authorities set opposite their names:- F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM, Letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 22 Oct, 1931 (73-701-531). H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 1 Dec., 1931 (73-531). W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM, verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date. T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a), Letter, Commandant Depot, dated 25 Feb. 1932 (73-701). W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a), verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 18 April, 1932 (73-701-531). E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 8 Jan, 1932 (73-701). P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 2, dated 1 Feb. 1932 (73-701-531) J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c letter, Commander, Base 5, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 1 Febr. 1932 (73-701-531)

F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c - ... The following named enlisted men reported for duty in accordance with the authorities set opposite their names:- F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM, Letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 22 Oct, 1931 (73-701-531). H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 1 Dec., 1931 (73-531). W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM, verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date. T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a), Letter, Commandant Depot, dated 25 Feb. 1932 (73-701). W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a), verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 18 April, 1932 (73-701-531). E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 8 Jan, 1932 (73-701). P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 2, dated 1 Feb. 1932 (73-701-531) J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c letter, Commander, Base 5, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 1 Febr. 1932 (73-701-531)

R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c - ... The following named enlisted men reported for duty in accordance with the authorities set opposite their names:- F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM, Letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 22 Oct, 1931 (73-701-531). H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 1 Dec., 1931 (73-531). W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM, verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date. T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a), Letter, Commandant Depot, dated 25 Feb. 1932 (73-701). W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a), verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 18 April, 1932 (73-701-531). E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 8 Jan, 1932 (73-701). P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 2, dated 1 Feb. 1932 (73-701-531) J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c letter, Commander, Base 5, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 1 Febr. 1932 (73-701-531)

G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c - ... The following named enlisted men reported for duty in accordance with the authorities set opposite their names:- F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM, Letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 22 Oct, 1931 (73-701-531). H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 1 Dec., 1931 (73-531). W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM, verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date. T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a), Letter, Commandant Depot, dated 25 Feb. 1932 (73-701). W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a), verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 18 April, 1932 (73-701-531). E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 8 Jan, 1932 (73-701). P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 2, dated 1 Feb. 1932 (73-701-531) J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c letter, Commander, Base 5, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 1 Febr. 1932 (73-701-531)

A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c - ... The following named enlisted men reported for duty in accordance with the authorities set opposite their names:- F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM, Letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 22 Oct, 1931 (73-701-531). H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 1 Dec., 1931 (73-531). W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM, verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date. T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a), Letter, Commandant Depot, dated 25 Feb. 1932 (73-701). W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a), verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 18 April, 1932 (73-701-531). E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 8 Jan, 1932 (73-701). P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 2, dated 1 Feb. 1932 (73-701-531) J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c letter, Commander, Base 5, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 1 Febr. 1932 (73-701-531)

J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c - ... The following named enlisted men reported for duty in accordance with the authorities set opposite their names:- F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM, Letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 22 Oct, 1931 (73-701-531). H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 1 Dec., 1931 (73-531). W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM, verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date. T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a), Letter, Commandant Depot, dated 25 Feb. 1932 (73-701). W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a), verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 18 April, 1932 (73-701-531). E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 8 Jan, 1932 (73-701). P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 2, dated 1 Feb. 1932 (73-701-531) J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c letter, Commander, Base 5, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 1 Febr. 1932 (73-701-531)

E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c - ... The following named enlisted men reported for duty in accordance with the authorities set opposite their names:- F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM, Letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 22 Oct, 1931 (73-701-531). H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 1 Dec., 1931 (73-531). W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM, verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date. T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a), Letter, Commandant Depot, dated 25 Feb. 1932 (73-701). W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a), verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 18 April, 1932 (73-701-531). E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 8 Jan, 1932 (73-701). P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 2, dated 1 Feb. 1932 (73-701-531) J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c letter, Commander, Base 5, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 1 Febr. 1932 (73-701-531)

G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c - ... The following named enlisted men reported for duty in accordance with the authorities set opposite their names:- F.J. Gable (103-787), CBM, Letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 22 Oct, 1931 (73-701-531). H.C. Waters (110-778), CGM, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 1 Dec., 1931 (73-531). W.E. Smith (109-131), CMM, verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date. T. Rosso (109-011), CRM(a), Letter, Commandant Depot, dated 25 Feb. 1932 (73-701). W. Lauer (106-175), CY(a), verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date M.L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, Letter, CO, TUCKER, dated 18 April, 1932 (73-701-531). E.P. Hadlock (104-430) BM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 9, dated 8 Jan, 1932 (73-701). P. Peplinski (104-684) BM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. F.H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.W. Brown (101-389) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. G.P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A.J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, letter, Commander, Base 2, dated 1 Feb. 1932 (73-701-531) J.W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. E.E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c letter, Commander, Base 5, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) G.H. Weddell, jr (110-652), EM 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 1 Febr. 1932 (73-701-531)


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23 April 1932

1000 to 1600, continued - L.F. Lequalt, (106-262), PhM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, H/L, dated 7-January, 1932 (73-701-531). B.S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.S. Fugate, (103-743), MM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.J. Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, Letter CO, SENECA, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531). V. Janik, (105-323) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date M.W. Wood, (111-206) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.C. Arnett (100-283) Cox., Letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531) F. Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., Letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531) H.A.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox., letter Comdr. Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W. Fernstrom, (103-487) QM 3c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 6 April, 1932 (73-701-531). H.H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 3c, letter, CO, MASCOUTIN, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) M.C. Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c, letter, CO TUCKER, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-531)

L.F. Lequalt, (106-262), PhM 1c - 1000 to 1600, continued - L.F. Lequalt, (106-262), PhM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, H/L, dated 7-January, 1932 (73-701-531). B.S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.S. Fugate, (103-743), MM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.J. Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, Letter CO, SENECA, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531). V. Janik, (105-323) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date M.W. Wood, (111-206) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.C. Arnett (100-283) Cox., Letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531) F. Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., Letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531) H.A.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox., letter Comdr. Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W. Fernstrom, (103-487) QM 3c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 6 April, 1932 (73-701-531). H.H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 3c, letter, CO, MASCOUTIN, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) M.C. Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c, letter, CO TUCKER, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-531)

R. Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c - 1000 to 1600, continued - L.F. Lequalt, (106-262), PhM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, H/L, dated 7-January, 1932 (73-701-531). B.S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.S. Fugate, (103-743), MM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.J. Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, Letter CO, SENECA, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531). V. Janik, (105-323) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date M.W. Wood, (111-206) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.C. Arnett (100-283) Cox., Letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531) F. Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., Letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531) H.A.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox., letter Comdr. Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W. Fernstrom, (103-487) QM 3c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 6 April, 1932 (73-701-531). H.H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 3c, letter, CO, MASCOUTIN, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) M.C. Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c, letter, CO TUCKER, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-531)

J.H. Patterson, (108-200) - 1000 to 1600, continued - L.F. Lequalt, (106-262), PhM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, H/L, dated 7-January, 1932 (73-701-531). B.S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.S. Fugate, (103-743), MM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.J. Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, Letter CO, SENECA, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531). V. Janik, (105-323) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date M.W. Wood, (111-206) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.C. Arnett (100-283) Cox., Letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531) F. Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., Letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531) H.A.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox., letter Comdr. Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W. Fernstrom, (103-487) QM 3c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 6 April, 1932 (73-701-531). H.H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 3c, letter, CO, MASCOUTIN, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) M.C. Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c, letter, CO TUCKER, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-531)

B.S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c - 1000 to 1600, continued - L.F. Lequalt, (106-262), PhM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, H/L, dated 7-January, 1932 (73-701-531). B.S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.S. Fugate, (103-743), MM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.J. Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, Letter CO, SENECA, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531). V. Janik, (105-323) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date M.W. Wood, (111-206) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.C. Arnett (100-283) Cox., Letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531) F. Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., Letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531) H.A.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox., letter Comdr. Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W. Fernstrom, (103-487) QM 3c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 6 April, 1932 (73-701-531). H.H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 3c, letter, CO, MASCOUTIN, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) M.C. Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c, letter, CO TUCKER, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-531)

J.S. Fugate, (103-743), MM 2c - 1000 to 1600, continued - L.F. Lequalt, (106-262), PhM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, H/L, dated 7-January, 1932 (73-701-531). B.S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.S. Fugate, (103-743), MM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.J. Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, Letter CO, SENECA, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531). V. Janik, (105-323) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date M.W. Wood, (111-206) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.C. Arnett (100-283) Cox., Letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531) F. Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., Letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531) H.A.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox., letter Comdr. Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W. Fernstrom, (103-487) QM 3c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 6 April, 1932 (73-701-531). H.H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 3c, letter, CO, MASCOUTIN, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) M.C. Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c, letter, CO TUCKER, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-531)

G.J. Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c - 1000 to 1600, continued - L.F. Lequalt, (106-262), PhM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, H/L, dated 7-January, 1932 (73-701-531). B.S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.S. Fugate, (103-743), MM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.J. Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, Letter CO, SENECA, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531). V. Janik, (105-323) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date M.W. Wood, (111-206) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.C. Arnett (100-283) Cox., Letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531) F. Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., Letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531) H.A.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox., letter Comdr. Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W. Fernstrom, (103-487) QM 3c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 6 April, 1932 (73-701-531). H.H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 3c, letter, CO, MASCOUTIN, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) M.C. Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c, letter, CO TUCKER, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-531)

V. Janik, (105-323) WT 2c - 1000 to 1600, continued - L.F. Lequalt, (106-262), PhM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, H/L, dated 7-January, 1932 (73-701-531). B.S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.S. Fugate, (103-743), MM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.J. Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, Letter CO, SENECA, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531). V. Janik, (105-323) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date M.W. Wood, (111-206) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.C. Arnett (100-283) Cox., Letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531) F. Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., Letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531) H.A.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox., letter Comdr. Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W. Fernstrom, (103-487) QM 3c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 6 April, 1932 (73-701-531). H.H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 3c, letter, CO, MASCOUTIN, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) M.C. Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c, letter, CO TUCKER, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-531)

M.W. Wood, (111-206) WT 2c - 1000 to 1600, continued - L.F. Lequalt, (106-262), PhM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, H/L, dated 7-January, 1932 (73-701-531). B.S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.S. Fugate, (103-743), MM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.J. Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, Letter CO, SENECA, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531). V. Janik, (105-323) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date M.W. Wood, (111-206) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.C. Arnett (100-283) Cox., Letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531) F. Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., Letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531) H.A.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox., letter Comdr. Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W. Fernstrom, (103-487) QM 3c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 6 April, 1932 (73-701-531). H.H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 3c, letter, CO, MASCOUTIN, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) M.C. Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c, letter, CO TUCKER, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-531)

G.C. Arnett (100-283) Cox. - 1000 to 1600, continued - L.F. Lequalt, (106-262), PhM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, H/L, dated 7-January, 1932 (73-701-531). B.S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.S. Fugate, (103-743), MM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.J. Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, Letter CO, SENECA, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531). V. Janik, (105-323) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date M.W. Wood, (111-206) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.C. Arnett (100-283) Cox., Letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531) F. Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., Letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531) H.A.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox., letter Comdr. Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W. Fernstrom, (103-487) QM 3c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 6 April, 1932 (73-701-531). H.H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 3c, letter, CO, MASCOUTIN, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) M.C. Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c, letter, CO TUCKER, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-531)

F. Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox. - 1000 to 1600, continued - L.F. Lequalt, (106-262), PhM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, H/L, dated 7-January, 1932 (73-701-531). B.S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.S. Fugate, (103-743), MM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.J. Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, Letter CO, SENECA, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531). V. Janik, (105-323) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date M.W. Wood, (111-206) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.C. Arnett (100-283) Cox., Letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531) F. Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., Letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531) H.A.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox., letter Comdr. Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W. Fernstrom, (103-487) QM 3c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 6 April, 1932 (73-701-531). H.H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 3c, letter, CO, MASCOUTIN, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) M.C. Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c, letter, CO TUCKER, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-531)

H.A.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox. - 1000 to 1600, continued - L.F. Lequalt, (106-262), PhM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, H/L, dated 7-January, 1932 (73-701-531). B.S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.S. Fugate, (103-743), MM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.J. Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, Letter CO, SENECA, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531). V. Janik, (105-323) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date M.W. Wood, (111-206) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.C. Arnett (100-283) Cox., Letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531) F. Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., Letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531) H.A.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox., letter Comdr. Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W. Fernstrom, (103-487) QM 3c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 6 April, 1932 (73-701-531). H.H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 3c, letter, CO, MASCOUTIN, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) M.C. Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c, letter, CO TUCKER, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-531)

W. Fernstrom, (103-487) QM 3c - 1000 to 1600, continued - L.F. Lequalt, (106-262), PhM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, H/L, dated 7-January, 1932 (73-701-531). B.S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.S. Fugate, (103-743), MM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.J. Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, Letter CO, SENECA, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531). V. Janik, (105-323) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date M.W. Wood, (111-206) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.C. Arnett (100-283) Cox., Letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531) F. Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., Letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531) H.A.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox., letter Comdr. Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W. Fernstrom, (103-487) QM 3c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 6 April, 1932 (73-701-531). H.H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 3c, letter, CO, MASCOUTIN, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) M.C. Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c, letter, CO TUCKER, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-531)

H.H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 3c - 1000 to 1600, continued - L.F. Lequalt, (106-262), PhM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, H/L, dated 7-January, 1932 (73-701-531). B.S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.S. Fugate, (103-743), MM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.J. Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, Letter CO, SENECA, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531). V. Janik, (105-323) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date M.W. Wood, (111-206) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.C. Arnett (100-283) Cox., Letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531) F. Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., Letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531) H.A.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox., letter Comdr. Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W. Fernstrom, (103-487) QM 3c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 6 April, 1932 (73-701-531). H.H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 3c, letter, CO, MASCOUTIN, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) M.C. Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c, letter, CO TUCKER, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-531)

M.C. Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c - 1000 to 1600, continued - L.F. Lequalt, (106-262), PhM 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, H/L, dated 7-January, 1932 (73-701-531). B.S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.S. Fugate, (103-743), MM 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.J. Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, Letter CO, SENECA, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531). V. Janik, (105-323) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date M.W. Wood, (111-206) WT 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date G.C. Arnett (100-283) Cox., Letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531) F. Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., Letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-701-531) H.A.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox., letter Comdr. Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W. Fernstrom, (103-487) QM 3c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 6 April, 1932 (73-701-531). H.H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 3c, letter, CO, MASCOUTIN, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-701-531) M.C. Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c, letter, CO TUCKER, dated 4 April, 1932 (73-531)

E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c - E.S. Shankle (201-159) Y 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). B. Kinnard (105-836) RM 3c, letter Comdr., Base 5, dated, 14 Apr. 1932 (73-701) D.O. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, letter, CO, OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C. Davies (201-047) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr., Base 5, dated 9 April, 1932 (73-701-531). C.S. Edelin (103-193) Sea 1c, letter, CO, APACHE, dated 13 April, 1932 (73) C. Grossett (117-042) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CHAMPLAIN, dated 13 April, 1932 (73-531). H.T. Harlee (201-053) Sea 1c, letter, Comdr. Base 2, dated 12 April, 1932 (73-701-531). J.J. Tautrus (110-161) Sea 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date. R.T. Chalk (101-197) Sea 1c, letter, CO, CASSIN, dated 15 - Feb. 1932 (73-701) F.E. Kirk (105-855) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). H.J. Smith (unknown) Sea 1c, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Feb. 1932 (73-701). A.C. Crouch (102-452) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date J.L. Floyd (103-577) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.W. Garity (121-156) F 1c, letter, CO OSSIPIE, dated 8 April, 1932 (73-701-531) W.S. Hass, (104-422) F 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date H.J. McCaffrey, (106-926) F 1c, letter, CO, SEBAGO, dated 11 April 1932 (73-701-531). H.F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 26 Oct, 1931 (73-701)

W.H. LaGrange, (204-074), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) J.M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb 1932 (73-701) A. Banyas, (201-155), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb, 1932 (73-701) W.B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) L.W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 17 March, 1932 (73-701) J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr. 1932, (73-701) H.B. Lake, (206-137) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) C.L. Mandick (206-142) AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B.P. Quinn (202-080) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) J. Stetz (206-135), AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) W.P. Stewart (206-141), F 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B. Gearheart, (201-229) F 3c letter, Recruiting Officer, Baltimore, 15 Apr. 1932 (73) E.M. Thomas, (110-237), Off Std 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date

W.H. LaGrange, (204-074), Sea 2c - W.H. LaGrange, (204-074), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) J.M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb 1932 (73-701) A. Banyas, (201-155), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb, 1932 (73-701) W.B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) L.W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 17 March, 1932 (73-701) J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr. 1932, (73-701) H.B. Lake, (206-137) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) C.L. Mandick (206-142) AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B.P. Quinn (202-080) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) J. Stetz (206-135), AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) W.P. Stewart (206-141), F 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B. Gearheart, (201-229) F 3c letter, Recruiting Officer, Baltimore, 15 Apr. 1932 (73) E.M. Thomas, (110-237), Off Std 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date

J.M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c - W.H. LaGrange, (204-074), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) J.M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb 1932 (73-701) A. Banyas, (201-155), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb, 1932 (73-701) W.B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) L.W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 17 March, 1932 (73-701) J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr. 1932, (73-701) H.B. Lake, (206-137) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) C.L. Mandick (206-142) AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B.P. Quinn (202-080) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) J. Stetz (206-135), AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) W.P. Stewart (206-141), F 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B. Gearheart, (201-229) F 3c letter, Recruiting Officer, Baltimore, 15 Apr. 1932 (73) E.M. Thomas, (110-237), Off Std 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date

A. Banyas, (201-155), Sea 2c - W.H. LaGrange, (204-074), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) J.M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb 1932 (73-701) A. Banyas, (201-155), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb, 1932 (73-701) W.B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) L.W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 17 March, 1932 (73-701) J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr. 1932, (73-701) H.B. Lake, (206-137) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) C.L. Mandick (206-142) AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B.P. Quinn (202-080) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) J. Stetz (206-135), AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) W.P. Stewart (206-141), F 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B. Gearheart, (201-229) F 3c letter, Recruiting Officer, Baltimore, 15 Apr. 1932 (73) E.M. Thomas, (110-237), Off Std 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date

W.B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c - W.H. LaGrange, (204-074), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) J.M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb 1932 (73-701) A. Banyas, (201-155), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb, 1932 (73-701) W.B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) L.W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 17 March, 1932 (73-701) J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr. 1932, (73-701) H.B. Lake, (206-137) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) C.L. Mandick (206-142) AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B.P. Quinn (202-080) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) J. Stetz (206-135), AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) W.P. Stewart (206-141), F 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B. Gearheart, (201-229) F 3c letter, Recruiting Officer, Baltimore, 15 Apr. 1932 (73) E.M. Thomas, (110-237), Off Std 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date

L.W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c - W.H. LaGrange, (204-074), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) J.M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb 1932 (73-701) A. Banyas, (201-155), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb, 1932 (73-701) W.B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) L.W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 17 March, 1932 (73-701) J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr. 1932, (73-701) H.B. Lake, (206-137) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) C.L. Mandick (206-142) AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B.P. Quinn (202-080) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) J. Stetz (206-135), AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) W.P. Stewart (206-141), F 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B. Gearheart, (201-229) F 3c letter, Recruiting Officer, Baltimore, 15 Apr. 1932 (73) E.M. Thomas, (110-237), Off Std 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date

J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS - W.H. LaGrange, (204-074), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) J.M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb 1932 (73-701) A. Banyas, (201-155), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb, 1932 (73-701) W.B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) L.W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 17 March, 1932 (73-701) J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr. 1932, (73-701) H.B. Lake, (206-137) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) C.L. Mandick (206-142) AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B.P. Quinn (202-080) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) J. Stetz (206-135), AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) W.P. Stewart (206-141), F 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B. Gearheart, (201-229) F 3c letter, Recruiting Officer, Baltimore, 15 Apr. 1932 (73) E.M. Thomas, (110-237), Off Std 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date

H.B. Lake, (206-137) AS - W.H. LaGrange, (204-074), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) J.M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb 1932 (73-701) A. Banyas, (201-155), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb, 1932 (73-701) W.B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) L.W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 17 March, 1932 (73-701) J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr. 1932, (73-701) H.B. Lake, (206-137) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) C.L. Mandick (206-142) AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B.P. Quinn (202-080) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) J. Stetz (206-135), AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) W.P. Stewart (206-141), F 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B. Gearheart, (201-229) F 3c letter, Recruiting Officer, Baltimore, 15 Apr. 1932 (73) E.M. Thomas, (110-237), Off Std 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date

C.L. Mandick (206-142) AS - W.H. LaGrange, (204-074), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) J.M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb 1932 (73-701) A. Banyas, (201-155), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb, 1932 (73-701) W.B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) L.W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 17 March, 1932 (73-701) J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr. 1932, (73-701) H.B. Lake, (206-137) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) C.L. Mandick (206-142) AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B.P. Quinn (202-080) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) J. Stetz (206-135), AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) W.P. Stewart (206-141), F 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B. Gearheart, (201-229) F 3c letter, Recruiting Officer, Baltimore, 15 Apr. 1932 (73) E.M. Thomas, (110-237), Off Std 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date

B.P. Quinn (202-080) AS - W.H. LaGrange, (204-074), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) J.M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb 1932 (73-701) A. Banyas, (201-155), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb, 1932 (73-701) W.B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) L.W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 17 March, 1932 (73-701) J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr. 1932, (73-701) H.B. Lake, (206-137) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) C.L. Mandick (206-142) AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B.P. Quinn (202-080) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) J. Stetz (206-135), AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) W.P. Stewart (206-141), F 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B. Gearheart, (201-229) F 3c letter, Recruiting Officer, Baltimore, 15 Apr. 1932 (73) E.M. Thomas, (110-237), Off Std 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date

J. Stetz (206-135), AS - W.H. LaGrange, (204-074), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) J.M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb 1932 (73-701) A. Banyas, (201-155), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb, 1932 (73-701) W.B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) L.W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 17 March, 1932 (73-701) J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr. 1932, (73-701) H.B. Lake, (206-137) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) C.L. Mandick (206-142) AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B.P. Quinn (202-080) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) J. Stetz (206-135), AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) W.P. Stewart (206-141), F 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B. Gearheart, (201-229) F 3c letter, Recruiting Officer, Baltimore, 15 Apr. 1932 (73) E.M. Thomas, (110-237), Off Std 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date

W.P. Stewart (206-141), F 3c - W.H. LaGrange, (204-074), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) J.M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb 1932 (73-701) A. Banyas, (201-155), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb, 1932 (73-701) W.B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) L.W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 17 March, 1932 (73-701) J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr. 1932, (73-701) H.B. Lake, (206-137) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) C.L. Mandick (206-142) AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B.P. Quinn (202-080) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) J. Stetz (206-135), AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) W.P. Stewart (206-141), F 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B. Gearheart, (201-229) F 3c letter, Recruiting Officer, Baltimore, 15 Apr. 1932 (73) E.M. Thomas, (110-237), Off Std 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date

B. Gearheart, (201-229) F 3c - W.H. LaGrange, (204-074), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) J.M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb 1932 (73-701) A. Banyas, (201-155), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb, 1932 (73-701) W.B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) L.W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 17 March, 1932 (73-701) J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr. 1932, (73-701) H.B. Lake, (206-137) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) C.L. Mandick (206-142) AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B.P. Quinn (202-080) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) J. Stetz (206-135), AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) W.P. Stewart (206-141), F 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B. Gearheart, (201-229) F 3c letter, Recruiting Officer, Baltimore, 15 Apr. 1932 (73) E.M. Thomas, (110-237), Off Std 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date

E.M. Thomas, (110-237), Off Std 2c - W.H. LaGrange, (204-074), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) J.M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb 1932 (73-701) A. Banyas, (201-155), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb, 1932 (73-701) W.B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) L.W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 17 March, 1932 (73-701) J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr. 1932, (73-701) H.B. Lake, (206-137) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) C.L. Mandick (206-142) AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B.P. Quinn (202-080) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) J. Stetz (206-135), AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) W.P. Stewart (206-141), F 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B. Gearheart, (201-229) F 3c letter, Recruiting Officer, Baltimore, 15 Apr. 1932 (73) E.M. Thomas, (110-237), Off Std 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date

R. Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c - W.H. LaGrange, (204-074), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) J.M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb 1932 (73-701) A. Banyas, (201-155), Sea 2c, letter, CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Feb, 1932 (73-701) W.B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 13 Apr. 1932 (73-701-531) L.W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c, letter, Commandant, DEPOT, dated 17 March, 1932 (73-701) J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, letter CO, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr. 1932, (73-701) H.B. Lake, (206-137) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) C.L. Mandick (206-142) AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B.P. Quinn (202-080) AS, letter, CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) J. Stetz (206-135), AS, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated, 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) W.P. Stewart (206-141), F 3c, letter CO RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 Febr 1932 (73-701) B. Gearheart, (201-229) F 3c letter, Recruiting Officer, Baltimore, 15 Apr. 1932 (73) E.M. Thomas, (110-237), Off Std 2c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date R. Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date


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23 April 1932

1000 to 1600, continued - C.W. Nagle, (107-728) Off Std 3c, letter Comdt, 7th dist, 28 Dec - 1931 (73-701-531) C. Lawson (106-210) M.Att.1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date I.C. Dickey (102-881) M.Att 1c, letter, Comdt, 7th dist, 28 Dec, 1931 (73-701-531) W.A. Pope (108-479) M.Att 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A. Smith (109-628) M Att, 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot this date ... P.T. Kennedy (105-668) BM 1c assigned to this ship by authority of verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date, absent undergoing treatment at USPHS Hospital #1, Baltimore, Md., since 2000, 31 March 1932, reference form 2599, dated 1 April, 1932, in his case. ... L. Solomon, (204-081) AS assigned to this ship by authority of orders contained in letter, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 February 1932 (73-701) is absent on leave, expiring at noon, 26 April, 1932, authority, Art. 519, Regulations ... Due to the facts that no dry stores for ship's use are on board and that the berthdeck is not ready for occupancy, the crew are being temporarily subsisted at the Depot and berthed on board the ALEXANDER HAMILTON. The detail of J.R. Daniels (102-627) AS as messman in the Depot Mess, is continued.

C.W. Nagle, (107-728) Off Std 3c - C.W. Nagle, (107-728) Off Std 3c, letter Comdt, 7th dist, 28 Dec - 1931 (73-701-531) C. Lawson (106-210) M.Att.1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date I.C. Dickey (102-881) M.Att 1c, letter, Comdt, 7th dist, 28 Dec, 1931 (73-701-531) W.A. Pope (108-479) M.Att 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A. Smith (109-628) M Att, 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot this date

C. Lawson (106-210) M.Att.1c - C.W. Nagle, (107-728) Off Std 3c, letter Comdt, 7th dist, 28 Dec - 1931 (73-701-531) C. Lawson (106-210) M.Att.1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date I.C. Dickey (102-881) M.Att 1c, letter, Comdt, 7th dist, 28 Dec, 1931 (73-701-531) W.A. Pope (108-479) M.Att 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A. Smith (109-628) M Att, 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot this date

I.C. Dickey (102-881) M.Att 1c - C.W. Nagle, (107-728) Off Std 3c, letter Comdt, 7th dist, 28 Dec - 1931 (73-701-531) C. Lawson (106-210) M.Att.1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date I.C. Dickey (102-881) M.Att 1c, letter, Comdt, 7th dist, 28 Dec, 1931 (73-701-531) W.A. Pope (108-479) M.Att 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A. Smith (109-628) M Att, 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot this date

W.A. Pope (108-479) M.Att 1c - C.W. Nagle, (107-728) Off Std 3c, letter Comdt, 7th dist, 28 Dec - 1931 (73-701-531) C. Lawson (106-210) M.Att.1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date I.C. Dickey (102-881) M.Att 1c, letter, Comdt, 7th dist, 28 Dec, 1931 (73-701-531) W.A. Pope (108-479) M.Att 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A. Smith (109-628) M Att, 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot this date

A. Smith (109-628) M Att, 2c - C.W. Nagle, (107-728) Off Std 3c, letter Comdt, 7th dist, 28 Dec - 1931 (73-701-531) C. Lawson (106-210) M.Att.1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date I.C. Dickey (102-881) M.Att 1c, letter, Comdt, 7th dist, 28 Dec, 1931 (73-701-531) W.A. Pope (108-479) M.Att 1c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot, this date A. Smith (109-628) M Att, 2c, verbal orders, Commandant Depot this date

P.T. Kennedy (105-668) BM 1c - assigned to this ship by authority of verbal orders, Commandant, Depot, this date, absent undergoing treatment at USPHS Hospital #1, Baltimore, Md., since 2000, 31 March 1932, reference form 2599, dated 1 April, 1932, in his case.

L. Solomon, (204-081) AS - assigned to this ship by authority of orders contained in letter, RECEIVING UNIT, dated 2 February 1932 (73-701) is absent on leave, expiring at noon, 26 April, 1932, authority, Art. 519, Regulations

1030... Commanding Officer held mast in the case of John W. Garthright, (105-786) WT 1c for being overleave from duty in connection with the re-commissioning of the UNALGA, on 20 April, 1932, without leave from proper authority after liberty had expired, for a period of ten (10) hours. Excuse accepted and duly warned. 1045... Commanding Officer inspected vessel 1100... Commander W.N. Derby left ship. 1200... Granted liberty to the first and third sections until 1000 tomorrow. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

John W. Garthright, (105-786) WT 1c - 1030... Commanding Officer held mast in the case of John W. Garthright, (105-786) WT 1c for being overleave from duty in connection with the re-commissioning of the UNALGA, on 20 April, 1932, without leave from proper authority after liberty had expired, for a period of ten (10) hours. Excuse accepted and duly warned.

1600 to 2400 1710 Commander Leo C Mueller, left ship in accordance with H/L, dated 13 April, 1932 (CO-71-531) and admendment thereto by H/L, dated 20 April, 1932 (CO-71-531) for temporary duty at Wilmington, North Carolina. Held night signal drill on blinkers for quartermasters (over)

Commander Leo C Mueller - left ship in accordance with H/L, dated 13 April, 1932 (CO-71-531) and admendment thereto by H/L, dated 20 April, 1932 (CO-71-531) for temporary duty at Wilmington, North Carolina.


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23 April 1932

1600 to 2400, continued Tested out all searchlights and navigational electric circuits Maintained usual watches and routine throughout night. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.


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curtis bay maryland

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5

AH Kennedy AL Solomon TD Comdr Mueller


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24 April 1932

0000 to 0900 Moored at wharf, Coast Guard Depot. 0630... All hands. Deck force carried out morning orders. Chestser McP. Anderson Lieut.

0900 to 1600. 1000 Liberty party returned on time. 1000 Granted liberty to first and second section until 0730 tomorrow. Performed Sunday routine. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

1600 to 0000 Performed routine duties. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

AH Kennedy AL Solomon TD Comdr. Mueller


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25 April 1932

0000 to 0900 0630 All hands; performed morning duties. 0730 Liberty party returned on time. 0755 All hands to muster. 0800 Made colors. 0803 Dismissed muster. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Crew employed painting berthdeck, maindeck, ship's office, and in securing boat falls and in general work about the ship. Approximately 15 Depot workmen employed about vessel. 2:55 Pay Clerk (T) Philip A. Krugler reported on board for duty in accordance with Headquarters' letter 16 April, 1932 (72-531) and indorsement thereon. Quarters omitted because of necessary work due to overhaul. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Pay Clerk (T) Philip A. Krugler - reported on board for duty in accordance with Headquarters' letter 16 April, 1932 (72-531) and indorsement thereon.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 7:30AM tomorrow. 8:00 Anchor watch mustered and instructed. All departments reported secure for the night. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

AH Kennedy TD Commander Mueller


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26 April 1932

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at DEPOT dock. Time zone description, plus five (+5). 3:10 The following men reported on board for duty in accordance with RECEVING UNIT'S letter 25 April, 1932 (73-701-531) Louis F. Masney (204-010) Sea 1c, Joseph L. St. Pierre (109-104) Sea 1c, and Merle A. Anderson (204-025) Sea 1c. 6:30 Carried out morning routine. 7:30 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Joseph L. St. Pierre (109-104) Sea 1c - 3:10 The following men reported on board for duty in accordance with RECEVING UNIT'S letter 25 April, 1932 (73-701-531) Louis F. Masney (204-010) Sea 1c, Joseph L. St. Pierre (109-104) Sea 1c, and Merle A. Anderson (204-025) Sea 1c.

Louis F. Masney (204-010) Sea 1c - 3:10 The following men reported on board for duty in accordance with RECEVING UNIT'S letter 25 April, 1932 (73-701-531) Louis F. Masney (204-010) Sea 1c, Joseph L. St. Pierre (109-104) Sea 1c, and Merle A. Anderson (204-025) Sea 1c.

Merle A. Anderson (204-025) Sea 1c - 3:10 The following men reported on board for duty in accordance with RECEVING UNIT'S letter 25 April, 1932 (73-701-531) Louis F. Masney (204-010) Sea 1c, Joseph L. St. Pierre (109-104) Sea 1c, and Merle A. Anderson (204-025) Sea 1c.

0900 to 1600 Crew employed painting berth and mess decks, alleyways, office and bulkheads below decks together with rigging of boat falls and davits, shipping of boat spars and chipping and scraping of mast above decks. Yard employees of Depot engaged in carpenter work in galley and installing pipe coverings in wheelhouse. Mr. Campbell, representing Sperry Gyroscope Co aboard throughout day engaged in overhauling gyroscope equipment. 1145... Solomon, Louis (204-081) AS reported on board from five (5) days leave expiring at noon, this date Quarters and drills omitted on account of necessary work 1540... Crouch, Arthur C. (102-452) F 1c, left ship on ten (10) days leave granted under authority Art. 519, Regulations Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

Mr. Campbell - Mr. Campbell, representing Sperry Gyroscope Co aboard throughout day engaged in overhauling gyroscope equipment.

Solomon, Louis (204-081) AS - reported on board from five (5) days leave expiring at noon, this date

Crouch, Arthur C. (102-452) F 1c - left ship on ten (10) days leave granted under authority Art. 519, Regulations

1600 to 2400 1600... Granted liberty to starboard watch until 0730, tomorrow. 2000... Anchor watch mustered. Usual routine Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.


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curtis bay maryland

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5

AH Kennedy AL Crouch


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27 April 1932

0000 to 0900 +5 zone time. Moored at Wharf, Coast Guard Depot. 0015... Ensign Edmund E Fahey left ship on ten (10) days leave granted by Commanding Officer, authority Article 569 Regulations. 0630... All hands. 0730... Liberty party all returned on time and no absentees; Ship's force turned to and resumed painting and other work toward outfitting of ship 0800... Lit off #1 Boiler. 0845... Commander Leo C Mueller reported on board from temporary duty at Wilmington, North Carolina. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

Ensign Edmund E Fahey - left ship on ten (10) days leave granted by Commanding Officer, authority Article 569 Regulations.

Commander Leo C Mueller - reported on board from temporary duty at Wilmington, North Carolina.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Crew employed painting maindeck, berthdeck, ship's office, and in general work about the ship. One (1) Depot painter working in cabin. One (1) representative of Sperry Gyroscope Company engaged over hauling gyro compass. 12:45 Frederick J. Gable (103-787) CBM left for Marine Hospital No. 1 for in-patient treatment. Alex Banyas (201-115) Sea 2c, left for out-patient treatment. Omitted quarters because of necessary work due to overhaul. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Frederick J. Gable (103-787) CBM - left for Marine Hospital No. 1 for in-patient treatment.

Alex Banyas (201-115) Sea 2c - left for out-patient treatment.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 7:30AM tomorrow. 8:00 Anchor watch mustered and instructed. All departments reported secure for the night. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

AH Kennedy Gable AL Mr. Fahey Crouch


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28 April 1932

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at DEPOT dock. Time zone description plus five (+5). 7:30 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Ships force employed variously in painting on all decks and compartments and aloft. Two depot electricians and two depot painters aboard completing parts of depot and reconditioning work. Depot sailmakers aboard throughout day in connection with fitting of ship's awnings. 10:00am Sent gaff aloft and rigged same Representative of Sperry Gyroscope Company aboard throughout day, completing overhaul of gyro compass equipment. 12:05 Brown, Edward E (101-348), CM 1c, left ship on three (3) days leave granted under authority Art 519, Regulations. 3:56pm CG Schr. VINCES stood in and moored astern of ship on wharf approach. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

Brown, Edward E (101-348), CM 1c - left ship on three (3) days leave granted under authority Art 519, Regulations.

CG Schr. VINCES - stood in and moored astern of ship on wharf approach.

FOUR PM TO MIDNIGHT 4:00pm Granted liberty to starboard watch until 7:30am tomorrow. 6:55pm Kepple, David N. (201-136) AS reported on board as a part of and in charge of the draft of men, listed below, from the Receiving Unit, New London, Conn, for temporary duty pending further assignment by the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area:- authority H/D 7027-1430, to Receiving Unit. Straka, Andrew J., (204-140) AS, Hollowell, Percy B. (201-200) AS, Manning, Richard K., (204-135) AS, Elliott, Raleigh C (200-146) AS, Johnston, John (202-104) AS, Trueblood, George W (201-205) AS, Smith, Fred C (204-138) AS, Dowling, John E, (206-182) AS, and Barabash, Edward, (206-184) AS. As these men had no mean of ottaining an evening meal enroute, the same was furnished to them 8:00pm Anchor watch mustered and instructed. Usual routine Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Kepple, David N. (201-136) AS - 6:55pm Kepple, David N. (201-136) AS reported on board as a part of and in charge of the draft of men, listed below, from the Receiving Unit, New London, Conn, for temporary duty pending further assignment by the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area:- authority H/D 7027-1430, to Receiving Unit. Straka, Andrew J., (204-140) AS, Hollowell, Percy B. (201-200) AS, Manning, Richard K., (204-135) AS, Elliott, Raleigh C (200-146) AS, Johnston, John (202-104) AS, Trueblood, George W (201-205) AS, Smith, Fred C (204-138) AS, Dowling, John E, (206-182) AS, and Barabash, Edward, (206-184) AS. As these men had no mean of ottaining an evening meal enroute, the same was furnished to them

Straka, Andrew J., (204-140) AS - 6:55pm Kepple, David N. (201-136) AS reported on board as a part of and in charge of the draft of men, listed below, from the Receiving Unit, New London, Conn, for temporary duty pending further assignment by the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area:- authority H/D 7027-1430, to Receiving Unit. Straka, Andrew J., (204-140) AS, Hollowell, Percy B. (201-200) AS, Manning, Richard K., (204-135) AS, Elliott, Raleigh C (200-146) AS, Johnston, John (202-104) AS, Trueblood, George W (201-205) AS, Smith, Fred C (204-138) AS, Dowling, John E, (206-182) AS, and Barabash, Edward, (206-184) AS. As these men had no mean of ottaining an evening meal enroute, the same was furnished to them

Hollowell, Percy B. (201-200) AS - 6:55pm Kepple, David N. (201-136) AS reported on board as a part of and in charge of the draft of men, listed below, from the Receiving Unit, New London, Conn, for temporary duty pending further assignment by the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area:- authority H/D 7027-1430, to Receiving Unit. Straka, Andrew J., (204-140) AS, Hollowell, Percy B. (201-200) AS, Manning, Richard K., (204-135) AS, Elliott, Raleigh C (200-146) AS, Johnston, John (202-104) AS, Trueblood, George W (201-205) AS, Smith, Fred C (204-138) AS, Dowling, John E, (206-182) AS, and Barabash, Edward, (206-184) AS. As these men had no mean of ottaining an evening meal enroute, the same was furnished to them

Manning, Richard K., (204-135) AS - 6:55pm Kepple, David N. (201-136) AS reported on board as a part of and in charge of the draft of men, listed below, from the Receiving Unit, New London, Conn, for temporary duty pending further assignment by the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area:- authority H/D 7027-1430, to Receiving Unit. Straka, Andrew J., (204-140) AS, Hollowell, Percy B. (201-200) AS, Manning, Richard K., (204-135) AS, Elliott, Raleigh C (200-146) AS, Johnston, John (202-104) AS, Trueblood, George W (201-205) AS, Smith, Fred C (204-138) AS, Dowling, John E, (206-182) AS, and Barabash, Edward, (206-184) AS. As these men had no mean of ottaining an evening meal enroute, the same was furnished to them

Elliott, Raleigh C (200-146) AS - 6:55pm Kepple, David N. (201-136) AS reported on board as a part of and in charge of the draft of men, listed below, from the Receiving Unit, New London, Conn, for temporary duty pending further assignment by the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area:- authority H/D 7027-1430, to Receiving Unit. Straka, Andrew J., (204-140) AS, Hollowell, Percy B. (201-200) AS, Manning, Richard K., (204-135) AS, Elliott, Raleigh C (200-146) AS, Johnston, John (202-104) AS, Trueblood, George W (201-205) AS, Smith, Fred C (204-138) AS, Dowling, John E, (206-182) AS, and Barabash, Edward, (206-184) AS. As these men had no mean of ottaining an evening meal enroute, the same was furnished to them

Johnston, John (202-104) AS - 6:55pm Kepple, David N. (201-136) AS reported on board as a part of and in charge of the draft of men, listed below, from the Receiving Unit, New London, Conn, for temporary duty pending further assignment by the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area:- authority H/D 7027-1430, to Receiving Unit. Straka, Andrew J., (204-140) AS, Hollowell, Percy B. (201-200) AS, Manning, Richard K., (204-135) AS, Elliott, Raleigh C (200-146) AS, Johnston, John (202-104) AS, Trueblood, George W (201-205) AS, Smith, Fred C (204-138) AS, Dowling, John E, (206-182) AS, and Barabash, Edward, (206-184) AS. As these men had no mean of ottaining an evening meal enroute, the same was furnished to them

Trueblood, George W (201-205) AS - 6:55pm Kepple, David N. (201-136) AS reported on board as a part of and in charge of the draft of men, listed below, from the Receiving Unit, New London, Conn, for temporary duty pending further assignment by the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area:- authority H/D 7027-1430, to Receiving Unit. Straka, Andrew J., (204-140) AS, Hollowell, Percy B. (201-200) AS, Manning, Richard K., (204-135) AS, Elliott, Raleigh C (200-146) AS, Johnston, John (202-104) AS, Trueblood, George W (201-205) AS, Smith, Fred C (204-138) AS, Dowling, John E, (206-182) AS, and Barabash, Edward, (206-184) AS. As these men had no mean of ottaining an evening meal enroute, the same was furnished to them

Smith, Fred C (204-138) AS - 6:55pm Kepple, David N. (201-136) AS reported on board as a part of and in charge of the draft of men, listed below, from the Receiving Unit, New London, Conn, for temporary duty pending further assignment by the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area:- authority H/D 7027-1430, to Receiving Unit. Straka, Andrew J., (204-140) AS, Hollowell, Percy B. (201-200) AS, Manning, Richard K., (204-135) AS, Elliott, Raleigh C (200-146) AS, Johnston, John (202-104) AS, Trueblood, George W (201-205) AS, Smith, Fred C (204-138) AS, Dowling, John E, (206-182) AS, and Barabash, Edward, (206-184) AS. As these men had no mean of ottaining an evening meal enroute, the same was furnished to them

Dowling, John E, (206-182) AS - 6:55pm Kepple, David N. (201-136) AS reported on board as a part of and in charge of the draft of men, listed below, from the Receiving Unit, New London, Conn, for temporary duty pending further assignment by the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area:- authority H/D 7027-1430, to Receiving Unit. Straka, Andrew J., (204-140) AS, Hollowell, Percy B. (201-200) AS, Manning, Richard K., (204-135) AS, Elliott, Raleigh C (200-146) AS, Johnston, John (202-104) AS, Trueblood, George W (201-205) AS, Smith, Fred C (204-138) AS, Dowling, John E, (206-182) AS, and Barabash, Edward, (206-184) AS. As these men had no mean of ottaining an evening meal enroute, the same was furnished to them

Barabash, Edward, (206-184) AS - 6:55pm Kepple, David N. (201-136) AS reported on board as a part of and in charge of the draft of men, listed below, from the Receiving Unit, New London, Conn, for temporary duty pending further assignment by the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area:- authority H/D 7027-1430, to Receiving Unit. Straka, Andrew J., (204-140) AS, Hollowell, Percy B. (201-200) AS, Manning, Richard K., (204-135) AS, Elliott, Raleigh C (200-146) AS, Johnston, John (202-104) AS, Trueblood, George W (201-205) AS, Smith, Fred C (204-138) AS, Dowling, John E, (206-182) AS, and Barabash, Edward, (206-184) AS. As these men had no mean of ottaining an evening meal enroute, the same was furnished to them


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depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5

AH Kennedy Gable AL Crouch Brown Mr. Fahey


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29 April 1932

MIDNIGHT to NINE AM. +5 zone time. Moored at wharf, Coast Guard Depot. 7:30am Liberty party all returned on time. Ships force turned to and resumed painting and other work towards outfitting of ship. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Crew employed carrying stores aboard. Stores received from Coast Guard Store, Brooklyn, New York, as per invoices #3115, #3116, #3117, #3118, #5387, and #5388; via VINCES. 1:00 Working party of five men under supervision of chief commissary steward, left in DEPOT truck to obtain commissary stores. 3:10 DEPOT truck returned with commissary stores. Crew employed bringing stores aboard and stowing same in commissary hold. Received commissary stores, as per invoices #593572, #593573, #593574, #593575, and #593576, from Naval Supply Depot, Hampton Roads, Virginia; via Norfolk-Baltimore & Carolina Line. Bill of lading #840615-32 Omitted quarters because of necessary work due to overhaul. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight 6:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 7:30AM tomorrow. 8:00 Anchor watch mustered and instructed. All departments reported secure for the night. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

AH Kennedy Gable AL Crouch Brown - Mr. Fahey


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30 April 1932

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at DEPOT dock. Time zone description plus five (+5). 7:30 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Ship's force employed in various work in preparation to complete overhaul and re-conditioning Galley force preparing galley and mess gear to establish General Mess aboard. 11:30am Held fire drill. 12:00noon Granted liberty to starboard watch until 10:00am tomorrow. 2:30pm Charles E. Lovedale (106-514) RM 2c and Stanley J. Bumbly, (101-481) RM 2c reported on board from Section Base TWO, for temporary duty and for further assignment to duty ashore in the Florida East Coast Patrol Area, upon the arrival of the UNALGA in said area, authority letter, Commander, Section Base TWO, dated 29 April, 1932 (73-701-531). Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

Charles E. Lovedale (106-514) RM 2c - 2:30pm Charles E. Lovedale (106-514) RM 2c and Stanley J. Bumbly, (101-481) RM 2c reported on board from Section Base TWO, for temporary duty and for further assignment to duty ashore in the Florida East Coast Patrol Area, upon the arrival of the UNALGA in said area, authority letter, Commander, Section Base TWO, dated 29 April, 1932 (73-701-531).

Stanley J. Bumbly, (101-481) RM 2c - 2:30pm Charles E. Lovedale (106-514) RM 2c and Stanley J. Bumbly, (101-481) RM 2c reported on board from Section Base TWO, for temporary duty and for further assignment to duty ashore in the Florida East Coast Patrol Area, upon the arrival of the UNALGA in said area, authority letter, Commander, Section Base TWO, dated 29 April, 1932 (73-701-531).

4:00PM to Midnight. Usual routine Weather changing from fair to threatening with showers. 6:00pm Detail of J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, as messman ashore at the Depot Mess, in connection with messing the ship's force is terminated. 8:00pm Anchor watch mustered and instructed. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS - 6:00pm Detail of J.R. Daniels (102-627), AS, as messman ashore at the Depot Mess, in connection with messing the ship's force is terminated.


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Leo C Mueller Commander -

John P Crowley Lieutenant -

Chester M Anderson Lieutenant - Mrs. Helen M Anderson, 4125 Howe St., Oakland Cal.

Edmund E Fahey Ensign -

True G Miller Ensign -

Horace B Deets Chief Machinist - Hannah L. Deets (Wife) 3202 Avon Ave. Baltimore, Md.

Peder M Pedersen Boatswain -

Leonard S Southall Machinist -

Philip A Krugler. Pay Clerk (T) - Apt A-7; 17th St & Chelten Ave. Philadelphia, Pa Phone Hancock 0220 - Wife Mary A. Krugler


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LOGS FOR MAY 1932


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curtis bay maryland

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5

AH Kennedy Gable AL Brown Crouch - Mr. Fahey


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1 May 1932

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored at wharf, Coast Guard depot. Plus 5 zone time. 6:40am All hand. 7:00am Commenced General Mess aboard ship and served morning mess. H.T. Harlee (201-053), Sea 1c, B. Gearhearth (201-229), F 3c, and B.M. Quinn (202-080), AS detailed as messmen. P.B. Hollowell (201-200), AS, and E. Barabash (206-184), AS assigned as additional messmen in connection with the messing of extra men on board. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

H.T. Harlee (201-053), Sea 1c - H.T. Harlee (201-053), Sea 1c, B. Gearhearth (201-229), F 3c, and B.M. Quinn (202-080), AS detailed as messmen. P.B. Hollowell (201-200), AS, and E. Barabash (206-184), AS assigned as additional messmen in connection with the messing of extra men on board.

B. Gearhearth (201-229), F 3c - H.T. Harlee (201-053), Sea 1c, B. Gearhearth (201-229), F 3c, and B.M. Quinn (202-080), AS detailed as messmen. P.B. Hollowell (201-200), AS, and E. Barabash (206-184), AS assigned as additional messmen in connection with the messing of extra men on board.

B.M. Quinn (202-080), AS - H.T. Harlee (201-053), Sea 1c, B. Gearhearth (201-229), F 3c, and B.M. Quinn (202-080), AS detailed as messmen. P.B. Hollowell (201-200), AS, and E. Barabash (206-184), AS assigned as additional messmen in connection with the messing of extra men on board.

P.B. Hollowell (201-200), AS - H.T. Harlee (201-053), Sea 1c, B. Gearhearth (201-229), F 3c, and B.M. Quinn (202-080), AS detailed as messmen. P.B. Hollowell (201-200), AS, and E. Barabash (206-184), AS assigned as additional messmen in connection with the messing of extra men on board.

E. Barabash (206-184), AS - H.T. Harlee (201-053), Sea 1c, B. Gearhearth (201-229), F 3c, and B.M. Quinn (202-080), AS detailed as messmen. P.B. Hollowell (201-200), AS, and E. Barabash (206-184), AS assigned as additional messmen in connection with the messing of extra men on board.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. 10:00 All liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to port watch until 7:30AM tomorrow. Observed the Sabbath. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight 8:00 Anchor watch mustered and instructed; all departments reported secure for the night T.G. Miller, Ensign


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depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

AH Kennedy Gable AL Crouch Mr. Fahey

oil: 42563.22 - Fuel Oil. Received 42563.22 Expended 525.22 On hand 51393


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2 May 1932

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before. Time zone description plus five (+5). 6:30 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 8:25 Standard Oil Barge #4 moored alongside to fuel ship. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Standard Oil Barge #4 - moored alongside to fuel ship.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. 9:02am... Commenced fueling ship, ship's draft 10'00" Fwd., 14'00" Aft. Ships force employed in painting masts, davits, over the side and variously about the ship, above and below decks towards completion of overhaul and reconditioning. Four (4) Depot workmen aboard completing yard reconditioning work in connection with securing deck boxes and welding. 10:48am... Fueling completed and Standard Oil Barge away from side. Ship's draft 12'7" Fwd, 14'01" Aft. Received 42,837 gals. 11:30am... Edward E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c, reported aboard from three (3) days leave of absence expiring at noon, this date 11:45am... Received on board shipment of 36 Blasting Caps (tetryl-electric) from the Delaware Ordnance Depot, US Army, consigned to Commandant Depot for this ship on Govt. B/L T-118953. 1:00pm... Byron P. Quinn (202-080), AS, left ship on five (5) days leave to expire before noon, 8-May, 1932, authority Art. 519 Regulations. ... Luther W. Knight (201-078), F 2c, left ship on eight (8) days leave to expire before noon, 11 May, 1932, authority, Art. 519 Regulations. 1:30pm... Sent all ships barometers ashore for calibration and adjustment. 4:00pm... Henry B. Lake (206-137), AS, left ship on five (5) days leave to expire before noon, 8 May, 1932, authority Art. 519 Regulations. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Standard Oil Barge - 10:48am... Fueling completed and Standard Oil Barge away from side.

oil: 42,837 gals. - Received 42,837 gals.

Edward E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c - reported aboard from three (3) days leave of absence expiring at noon, this date

Byron P. Quinn (202-080), AS - left ship on five (5) days leave to expire before noon, 8-May, 1932, authority Art. 519 Regulations.

Luther W. Knight (201-078), F 2c - left ship on eight (8) days leave to expire before noon, 11 May, 1932, authority, Art. 519 Regulations.

Henry B. Lake (206-137), AS - left ship on five (5) days leave to expire before noon, 8 May, 1932, authority Art. 519 Regulations.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:00... Granted liberty to the Starboard watch until 7:30AM tomorrow. 8:00... Mustered anchor watch. Usual routine. Chester McP Anderson Lieut


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curtis bay maryland

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5

Barometers ashore

AH Kennedy Gable AL Crouch Quinn Knight Lake


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3 May 1932

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored to wharf, Coast Guard Depot, plus five zone time. 6:30am All hands. Carried out morning routine. 7:30am Liberty party all returned on time Chester McP Anderson Lieut

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Ship's force employed painting masts, davits, hatches, over the side, and variously throughout ship, above and below decks. 11:40 Received eighteen (18) wrecking charges with TNT boosters from Navy Mine Depot, Yorktown, Virginia, via Government Bill of Lading #859055. Quarters omitted because of necessary work due to overhaul. 3:00 Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430) BM 1c, left ship for temporary duty at Headquarters in accordance with Headquarters letter 3 May, 1932 (73-701-531). T.G. Miller, Ensign

Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430) BM 1c - left ship for temporary duty at Headquarters in accordance with Headquarters letter 3 May, 1932 (73-701-531).

4:00PM to Midnight 4:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 7:30AM tomorrow. 8:00 Anchor watch mustered and instructed. All departments reported secure for the night. Chief Machinist H.B. Deets left on five (5) days' leave granted by Commanding Officer T.G. Miller, Ensign

Chief Machinist H.B. Deets - left on five (5) days' leave granted by Commanding Officer


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depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

Barometers ashore

AH Kennedy Gable AL Crouch Quinn Knight Lake Waddell Mr. Fahey Mr. Deets


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4 May 1930

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at DEPOT. Time zone description plus five (+5). 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 6:30 George H. Waddell, (110-652), EM 1c, left on one (1) day's leave granted by Commanding Officer. 7:30 Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c, returned from temporary duty at Headquarters. 8:00 Inspected magazine; conditions dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign

George H. Waddell, (110-652), EM 1c - left on one (1) day's leave granted by Commanding Officer.

Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c - returned from temporary duty at Headquarters.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Deck force employed variously in painting above and below decks; davits, masts, wheelhouse and bridge, and over the side, towards completion of reconditioning and overhaul. 12:15... Hugh W. Garity, (121-156), F 1c, left ship on five (5) days leave, to expire before noon, 10 May, 1932, authority, Art 519, Regulations. 2:10... Harold J. Smith, (number unknown), Sea 1c, left ship on five (5) days leave, to expire before noon, 10 May, 1932, authority, Art. 519, Regulations. Three (3) boxes Medical Stores received yesterday on Govt. B/L T121237 from USPHS supply station, Aiken, Md, and inadvertantly omitted in log, are noted herewith. 3:00... Received 18 Electric Detonator, Mk I-I, from Navy Mine Depot, Yorktown, Va., - Govt B/L N-859055 ... Received 3 cartons office supplies from Globe-Wernicke Co, Norwood, Ohio, on Govt B/L T-111-947, covered by Headquarter's purchase order #4012, dated 20 April, 1932. 4:00... granted liberty to the starboard watch until 7:30am tomorrow. Depot workmen constructing speaking tube from pilothouse to gyro-room, throughout day. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut

Hugh W. Garity, (121-156), F 1c - left ship on five (5) days leave, to expire before noon, 10 May, 1932, authority, Art 519, Regulations.

Harold J. Smith, (number unknown), Sea 1c - left ship on five (5) days leave, to expire before noon, 10 May, 1932, authority, Art. 519, Regulations.

4:00PM to Midnight. Usual routine 8:00 Anchor watch mustered. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut


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depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

Barometers ashore

AH Kennedy Gable AL Crouch Quinn Knight Lake Garity Smith Waddell Mr. Fahey Mr. Deets


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5 May 1932

Midnight to 9AM. Moored to wharf, Coast Guard Depot Plus five (5) zone time 6:00... All hands. Ships force carried out morning orders. 7:30... Liberty party all returned on time 8:00... Secured boilers and all machinery to effect repairs on oil lines and steam lines Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine; condition dry and normal. Deck force employed painting hatchcombings and in general ship's work. DEPOT workmen installing voice tube from bridge to gyro-room. 9:30 Omitted quarters because of necessary work due to over haul. 10:30 Received full equipment for motor launch and 27 foot whale boat from DEPOT. 10:55 George Waddell, (100-652), EM 1c, returned from one (1) day's leave. 11:30 Transferred one (1) set of International Code Flags, one (1) International Code pennant, and four (4) triple blocks to VINCES for further transfer to Coast Guard Store, Brooklyn, New York; authority 12:20 Received commissary stores, as per invoices from following: Crescent Sea Food Co., General Baking Company, Wagner Bros. Company, W.H. Kirkwood & Sons, and Theodore Bachmann. 1:40 Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-924), F 1c, left on one (1) day's leave granted by Commanding Officer. Benjamin Kinnard, (105-836), RM 3c, left on three (3) days' leave granted by Commanding Officer. 2:30 Received one (1) motor dinghy #1977 with full equipment, and one (1) nineteen foot surfboat #3998 with full equipment from DEPOT. 3:15 Charles Lawson (106-210), M.Att. 1c, left on three (3) days' leave granted by Commanding Officer. Cut in #1 boiler and started all auxiliaries T.G. Miller, Ensign

George Waddell, (100-652), EM 1c - returned from one (1) day's leave.

Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-924), F 1c - left on one (1) day's leave granted by Commanding Officer.

Benjamin Kinnard, (105-836), RM 3c - left on three (3) days' leave granted by Commanding Officer.

Charles Lawson (106-210), M.Att. 1c - left on three (3) days' leave granted by Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 7:30AM tomorrow 8:00 Anchor watch mustered and instructed. All departments reported secure for the night. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

Barometers ashore

AH Kennedy Gable AL Lake Garity Quinn H.J. Smith Knight McCaffrey Kennard Crouch - Com Lawson - Com Mr. Fahey Mr. Miller Mr. Deets


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6 May 1932

Midnight to 9AM. Moored as before, Coast Guard Depot. Plus five (5) zone time 6:30... All hands. Ship's force carried out morning routine. 7:30... Liberty party all returned on time. 8:00 Ensign True G. Miller left ship on two (2) days leave, granted by Commanding Officer. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

Ensign True G. Miller - left ship on two (2) days leave, granted by Commanding Officer.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine, conditions dry and normal Deck force employed in painting variously about decks, on deck houses and hatches and generally about ship towards completion of overhaul incidental to reconditioning. Also took on board Motor Sailing Launch #3307. Received on board 150 lbs bread, commissary stores, from Bond Bakers. 4:00 granted liberty to starboard watch until 7:30am tomorrow Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

4:00M to Midnight 4:06 Harold C. Waters, (110-778), CGM, left ship on four (4) days leave to expire before noon, 11 May, 1932, authority, Art. 519, Regulations. 4:07 Louis F. Masney, (204-010), Sea 1c, left ship on two (2) days leave to expire before noon, 9 May, 1932, authority, Art. 519, Regulations. 4:08 William B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, left ship on two (2) days leave to expire before noon, 9 May, 1932, authority, Art. 519, Regulations. 4:09 Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c, left ship on two (2) days leave to expire before noon, 9 May, 1932, authority, Art 519, Regulations. 4:30 John J Tautrus (110-161), Sea 1c, left ship on four (4) days leave to expire before nooon, 11 May, 1932, authority, Art 519, Regulations. 8:00 Mustered anchor watch. Usual routine carried out. 10:00 Tested out searchlights and found same in good condition. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Harold C. Waters, (110-778), CGM - left ship on four (4) days leave to expire before noon, 11 May, 1932, authority, Art. 519, Regulations.

Louis F. Masney, (204-010), Sea 1c - left ship on two (2) days leave to expire before noon, 9 May, 1932, authority, Art. 519, Regulations.

William B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c - left ship on two (2) days leave to expire before noon, 9 May, 1932, authority, Art. 519, Regulations.

Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c - left ship on two (2) days leave to expire before noon, 9 May, 1932, authority, Art 519, Regulations.

John J Tautrus (110-161), Sea 1c - left ship on four (4) days leave to expire before nooon, 11 May, 1932, authority, Art 519, Regulations.


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depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

Barometers ashore

AH Kennedy Gable AL Lake Garity Quinn H.J. Smith Knight Kennard Waters Masney DeVeny Anderson Tauthus Lawson Com Mr. Fahey Mr. Deets Mr. Miller


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7 May 1932

Midnight to 9AM. Moored as before, Coast Guard Depot. Plus five (5) zone time. 6:30 All hands Ship's force carried out morning routine. 7:30 Liberty party all returned on time Yard employee of depot delivered weights for inclining experiment. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

9:00AM to 4:00pm. 10:15 Received on board from Coast Guard Depot one hundred and forty two (142) bunk bottoms. 10:20 Inspected Magazine, condition dry and normal 10:30 Inspection of ship by Commanding Officer 11:15 Harry J. McCaffrey (106-926) F 1c returned from one (1) days leave. 11:25 Received from Coast Guard Depot two (2) sets of bunk springs and two (2) mattresses. 11:35 piped down from Commanding Officers Inspection 11:45 Arthur C. Crouch (102-452), F 1c, returned from ten (10) days leave 12:10 Pay Clerk (T) Phillip A. Krugler left ship on one (1) days leave granted by Commanding Officer * 1:45 Bumbly J. Stanley RM 2cl. (101-481) left ship on three (3) days leave granted by Commanding Officer *Lieut. J.P. Crowley left ship on one (1) day leave granted by Commanding Officer 3:45 William Pritchett Sea 2cl. (108-561) reported on board for duty and for further assignment to duty by Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area. *1:00PM Granted liberty to one watch untill 10:00am to morrow. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Harry J. McCaffrey (106-926) F 1c - returned from one (1) days leave.

Arthur C. Crouch (102-452), F 1c - returned from ten (10) days leave

Pay Clerk (T) Phillip A. Krugler - left ship on one (1) days leave granted by Commanding Officer

Bumbly J. Stanley RM 2cl. (101-481) - left ship on three (3) days leave granted by Commanding Officer

Lieut. J.P. Crowley - left ship on one (1) day leave granted by Commanding Officer

William Pritchett Sea 2cl. (108-561) - reported on board for duty and for further assignment to duty by Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:15 Boatswain P.M. Pedersen left ship on three (3) days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 8:00 Anchor watch mustered. Usual routine performed. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Boatswain P.M. Pedersen - left ship on three (3) days leave granted by Commanding Officer.


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depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

AH Gable Kennedy AL Garity H.J. Smith Knight Kennard Waters Masney DeVeny Anderson Tauthus Bumbly - Lawson Com Off - Mr. Miller Mr. Crowley Mr. Deets - Mr. Krugler Mr. Pedersen


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8 May 1932

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Coast Guard Depot, Plus five (5) zone time. 7:00 All hands. Ships force carried out Sunday morning routine. 7:15 Byron P. Quinn, (202-080), AS, reported on board from five (5) days leave expiring at noon, this date. Henry B. Lake, (206-137), AS, reported on board from five (5) days leave expiring at noon, this date. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Byron P. Quinn, (202-080), AS - reported on board from five (5) days leave expiring at noon, this date.

Henry B. Lake, (206-137), AS - reported on board from five (5) days leave expiring at noon, this date.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine, condition dry and normal. Suspended all necessary work and observed Sunday. * 11:00am. Ensign E.E. Fahey reported on board from leave expiring at noon, this date. *Liberty party all returned on time 1200 Granted liberty to port watch expiring at 7:30am tomorrow. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

Ensign E.E. Fahey - reported on board from leave expiring at noon, this date.

4:00PM to Midnight. Sunday routine performed. 8:00pm Mustered and instructed the anchor watch. 10:00pm Edward M. Thomas, Off. Std. 2c, (110-237), left ship on two (2) days leave granted by Commanding Officer to expire at 8:00am, 11-May, 1932 Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

Edward M. Thomas, Off. Std. 2c, (110-237) - left ship on two (2) days leave granted by Commanding Officer to expire at 8:00am, 11-May, 1932


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depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

Barometers ashore

AH Kennedy Gable AL Garity Thomas Knight Waters Tauthus Bumbly Smith Off Mr. Pedersen


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9 May 1932

Midnight to 9AM. Moored as before at Coast Guard Depot. Plus five (5) zone time. 2:10am Benjamin Kinnard, (105-836), RM 3c, reported on board from leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date. 4:30am... Louis F Masney, (204-010), Sea 1c, reported on board from leave of absence expiring at noon, this date. Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c, reported on board from leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date. William B. DeVeny, (102-849) F 2c, reported on board from leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date. 6:55... Charles Lawson, (106-210), M.Att, 1c, reported on board from leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date. 7:00 Ensign True G. Miller, reported on board from two (2) days leave of absence. 7:30 Chief Machinist H.B. Deets, reported on board from five (5) days leave of absence. 7:30 Liberty party all returned on time 9:00 Lieutenant J.P. Crowley reported on board from one (1) day's leave of absence. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

Benjamin Kinnard, (105-836), RM 3c - reported on board from leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date.

Louis F Masney, (204-010), Sea 1c - reported on board from leave of absence expiring at noon, this date.

Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c - reported on board from leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date.

William B. DeVeny, (102-849) F 2c - reported on board from leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date.

Charles Lawson, (106-210), M.Att, 1c - reported on board from leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date.

Ensign True G. Miller - reported on board from two (2) days leave of absence.

Chief Machinist H.B. Deets - reported on board from five (5) days leave of absence.

Lieutenant J.P. Crowley - reported on board from one (1) day's leave of absence.

9:00am to 4:00PM, Inspected magazine; condition dry and normal. Deck force engaged in chipping waterways and scrubbing paint works on superstructure. 9:20 Three representatives of Headquarters aboard to perform inclining experiment. 11:05 Received four (4) chronometers from John E. Hand Company, Baltimore, Maryland. 11:40 Payclerk (T) P.A. Krugler returned from one (1) days leave of absence. 12:45 Received two (2) coffee percolators, via Pennsylvania Rail Road, from Coast Guard Store, New York. 1:45 All hands left ship; except seventeen (17) men to assist in inclining experiment, Officers and crew engaged at various times in assisting, Constructor, E.M. Kent; Technical Aide, H.H. Grogan; and Draftsman P.G. Tomalin perform inclining experiment by recording bottom readings, shifting weights and tending mooring lines. 3:45 Edward S. Shankle (201-159) Yeo 3c left ship on one (1) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 4:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 7:55am tomorrow. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Payclerk (T) P.A. Krugler - returned from one (1) days leave of absence.

Technical Aide, H.H. Grogan - 1:45 All hands left ship; except seventeen (17) men to assist in inclining experiment, Officers and crew engaged at various times in assisting, Constructor, E.M. Kent; Technical Aide, H.H. Grogan; and Draftsman P.G. Tomalin perform inclining experiment by recording bottom readings, shifting weights and tending mooring lines.

Constructor, E.M. Kent - 1:45 All hands left ship; except seventeen (17) men to assist in inclining experiment, Officers and crew engaged at various times in assisting, Constructor, E.M. Kent; Technical Aide, H.H. Grogan; and Draftsman P.G. Tomalin perform inclining experiment by recording bottom readings, shifting weights and tending mooring lines.

Draftsman P.G. Tomalin - 1:45 All hands left ship; except seventeen (17) men to assist in inclining experiment, Officers and crew engaged at various times in assisting, Constructor, E.M. Kent; Technical Aide, H.H. Grogan; and Draftsman P.G. Tomalin perform inclining experiment by recording bottom readings, shifting weights and tending mooring lines.

Edward S. Shankle (201-159) Yeo 3c - left ship on one (1) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:10 Walter Lauer (106-175), CY(a) was issued Honorable Discharge No A-31331 this date by reason, of expiration, of enlistment and extension thereof. Paid all mileage and pay due on voucher. Performed routine duties. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Walter Lauer (106-175), CY(a) - was issued Honorable Discharge No A-31331 this date by reason, of expiration, of enlistment and extension thereof. Paid all mileage and pay due on voucher.


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depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 42.2, Long 41.7

AH Kennedy Gable AL Thomas Knight Waters Tauthus Bumbly Off Mr. Pedersen


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10 May 1932

Midnight to 9:00am. Moored as before at Coast Guard Depot. Time zone +5 Performed morning routine duties. 7:30 Liberty party returned on time. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine; condition dry and normal. 11:20 Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from John H. Glaeser and from Theodore Bachmann. 11:30 Harold J. Smith (number unknown), Sea 1c, and Hugh W. Garity (121-156), F 1c, returned from five (5) days' leave of absence. 2:55 Received five (5) drums lubricating oil, as per Navy Contract, and invoice from Sinclair Refining Company (Invoice #397761). 3:20 Received deck and engineering stores from Coast Guard Store, Brooklyn, New York, on Government Bill of Lading #151514, and invoices #3115-1, #3119, #3120, and #3158. Received two (2) quarter oak chairs for radio room, from W.D. Campbell Company, Washington, DC, as per Headquarters' purchase Order #5981. Walter Lauer (106-175), reenlisted as Yeoman, first class, in the regular establishment for a period of two (2) years; authority Article 322, Regulations. Issued a renewal of acting appointment as chief yeoman, held at time of discharge upon reenlistment; authority Article 3235, Regulations. Omitted quarters because of necessary work due to overhaul. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Hugh W. Garity (121-156), F 1c - 11:30 Harold J. Smith (number unknown), Sea 1c, and Hugh W. Garity (121-156), F 1c, returned from five (5) days' leave of absence.

Harold J. Smith (number unknown), Sea 1c - 11:30 Harold J. Smith (number unknown), Sea 1c, and Hugh W. Garity (121-156), F 1c, returned from five (5) days' leave of absence.

Walter Lauer (106-175) - reenlisted as Yeoman, first class, in the regular establishment for a period of two (2) years; authority Article 322, Regulations. Issued a renewal of acting appointment as chief yeoman, held at time of discharge upon reenlistment; authority Article 3235, Regulations.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 7:30AM tomorrow. 8:00 Anchor watch mustered and instructed; all departments reported secure for the night 10:30 Stanley J. Bumbly, (101-481), RM 2c, returned from three (3) days' leave of absence. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Stanley J. Bumbly, (101-481), RM 2c - returned from three (3) days' leave of absence.


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depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 39.02, Long -76.37

Barometers ashore

AH Kennedy Gable AL Knight Tautkus Shankle


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11 May 1932

sandy point lighthouse abeam to starboard distant 34 mile

Lat 39.3, Long -76.0

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at DEPOT. Time zone description plus five (+5). 4:45 Edward M. Thomas (110-237), Off. Std 2c, returned from two (2) days' leave of absence. 7:00 Harold C. Waters, (110-778), CGM, returned from four (4) days' leave of absence. * 8:10 Boatswain P.M. Pedersen returned from three (3) days' leave of absence. 8:30 Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from General Baking Company. *7:30 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Edward M. Thomas (110-237), Off. Std 2c - returned from two (2) days' leave of absence.

Harold C. Waters, (110-778), CGM - returned from four (4) days' leave of absence.

Boatswain P.M. Pedersen - returned from three (3) days' leave of absence.

9AM to Meridian Inspected magazine, conditions dry and normal. 9:30am Comdr. J.Q. Walton, Constructor E.M. Kent, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones, Mr. P.G. Tomalin and Mr. C.E. Brush reported on board from Headquarters for duty in connection standardization trials Mr. Clair Benson, representing Babcock and Wilcox Co, came on board to witness performance of boilers. 9:30am Making all preparations to get underway 10:00am Unmoored, underway, standing out of Curtis Bay and down main ship channel and of Patapsco River towards Chesapeake Bay, on various courses and speeds. 11:52 Baltimore Light abeam, distance 0.3 mile; set course 153° gyro. Weather, hazy with rain, overcast. Lookout maintained on forecastle head. Deck force employed in holy-stoning decks. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Comdr. J.Q. Walton - 9:30am Comdr. J.Q. Walton, Constructor E.M. Kent, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones, Mr. P.G. Tomalin and Mr. C.E. Brush reported on board from Headquarters for duty in connection standardization trials Mr. Clair Benson, representing Babcock and Wilcox Co, came on board to witness performance of boilers.

Constructor E.M. Kent - 9:30am Comdr. J.Q. Walton, Constructor E.M. Kent, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones, Mr. P.G. Tomalin and Mr. C.E. Brush reported on board from Headquarters for duty in connection standardization trials Mr. Clair Benson, representing Babcock and Wilcox Co, came on board to witness performance of boilers.

Chief Machinist W.L. Jones - 9:30am Comdr. J.Q. Walton, Constructor E.M. Kent, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones, Mr. P.G. Tomalin and Mr. C.E. Brush reported on board from Headquarters for duty in connection standardization trials Mr. Clair Benson, representing Babcock and Wilcox Co, came on board to witness performance of boilers.

Mr. C.E. Brush - 9:30am Comdr. J.Q. Walton, Constructor E.M. Kent, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones, Mr. P.G. Tomalin and Mr. C.E. Brush reported on board from Headquarters for duty in connection standardization trials Mr. Clair Benson, representing Babcock and Wilcox Co, came on board to witness performance of boilers.

Mr. P.G. Tomalin - 9:30am Comdr. J.Q. Walton, Constructor E.M. Kent, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones, Mr. P.G. Tomalin and Mr. C.E. Brush reported on board from Headquarters for duty in connection standardization trials Mr. Clair Benson, representing Babcock and Wilcox Co, came on board to witness performance of boilers.

Mr. Clair Benson - 9:30am Comdr. J.Q. Walton, Constructor E.M. Kent, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones, Mr. P.G. Tomalin and Mr. C.E. Brush reported on board from Headquarters for duty in connection standardization trials Mr. Clair Benson, representing Babcock and Wilcox Co, came on board to witness performance of boilers.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 153° pgc, standing down Chesapeake Bay; speed 10 knots. 12:06 Sandy Point lighthouse abeam to starboard, distant 3/4 mile. Changed course to 184°pgc. 12:13 Changed course to 194° pgc. 12:32 Reduced speed to 6 knots. 12:45 Steered various courses swinging ship to determine compass error. 1:41 A board composed of the following members convened for the purpose of conducting standardization runs over Kent Island measured mile: Commander J.Q. Walton, Constructor E.M. Kent, and Chief Machinist H.B. Deets. Commenced standardization runs at various speeds. - Commenced compensating compasses. 3:44 Completed standardization runs and compensating compass. Ahead on course 12° pgc; speed 10.5 knots. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Commander J.Q. Walton - 1:41 A board composed of the following members convened for the purpose of conducting standardization runs over Kent Island measured mile: Commander J.Q. Walton, Constructor E.M. Kent, and Chief Machinist H.B. Deets.

Constructor E.M. Kent - 1:41 A board composed of the following members convened for the purpose of conducting standardization runs over Kent Island measured mile: Commander J.Q. Walton, Constructor E.M. Kent, and Chief Machinist H.B. Deets.

Chief Machinist H.B. Deets - 1:41 A board composed of the following members convened for the purpose of conducting standardization runs over Kent Island measured mile: Commander J.Q. Walton, Constructor E.M. Kent, and Chief Machinist H.B. Deets.


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underway chesapeake bay

Lat 37.0, Long -76.0


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11 May 1932

baltimore light abeam distance 03 miles

Lat 39.3, Long 7.2

4:00PM to MIDNIGHT. On course 12° pgc at 101° rpm. 4:12 SANDY POINT LIGHT abeam, distance 0.5 miles; changed course to 344 pgc. 4:20 BALTIMORE LIGHT abeam, distance 0.3 miles. Entered Baltimore Harbor main ship channel, standing up to Curtis Bay channel and thence into Curtis Bay and off Arundel Cove on various courses and speeds 6:10 Moored at wharf, Coast Guard Depot. 6:15 Comdr. J.Q. Walton, Constructor E M Kent, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones and Messers. P.G. Tomalin, C.E. Brush and Clair Benson left ship. 6:40 Luther W. Knight (201-078) F 2c, reported on board from the Depot, having had reported there at 11:00am, this date, in the absence of the UNALGA, from eight (8) days leave of absence. John J. Tautkus, (110-161), Sea 1c, reported on board from the Depot, having had reported there at 11:00am, this date, in the absence of the UNALGA, from four (4) days leave of absence. Edward S. Shankle, (201-159), Y 3c, reported on board from the Depot, having had reported there at 10:30am, this date, in the absence of the UNALGA, from one (1) day leave of absence 6:45 Granted liberty to port watch until 7:30am, tomorrow. 8:00 Mustered anchor watch. Usual routine performed. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Comdr. J.Q. Walton - 6:15 Comdr. J.Q. Walton, Constructor E M Kent, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones and Messers. P.G. Tomalin, C.E. Brush and Clair Benson left ship.

Chief Machinist W.L. Jones - 6:15 Comdr. J.Q. Walton, Constructor E M Kent, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones and Messers. P.G. Tomalin, C.E. Brush and Clair Benson left ship.

Constructor E M Kent - 6:15 Comdr. J.Q. Walton, Constructor E M Kent, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones and Messers. P.G. Tomalin, C.E. Brush and Clair Benson left ship.

C.E. Brush - 6:15 Comdr. J.Q. Walton, Constructor E M Kent, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones and Messers. P.G. Tomalin, C.E. Brush and Clair Benson left ship.

Clair Benson - 6:15 Comdr. J.Q. Walton, Constructor E M Kent, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones and Messers. P.G. Tomalin, C.E. Brush and Clair Benson left ship.

P.G. Tomalin - 6:15 Comdr. J.Q. Walton, Constructor E M Kent, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones and Messers. P.G. Tomalin, C.E. Brush and Clair Benson left ship.

Luther W. Knight (201-078) F 2c - reported on board from the Depot, having had reported there at 11:00am, this date, in the absence of the UNALGA, from eight (8) days leave of absence.

John J. Tautkus, (110-161), Sea 1c - reported on board from the Depot, having had reported there at 11:00am, this date, in the absence of the UNALGA, from four (4) days leave of absence.

Edward S. Shankle, (201-159), Y 3c - reported on board from the Depot, having had reported there at 10:30am, this date, in the absence of the UNALGA, from one (1) day leave of absence


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depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 43.1, Long 144.7

AH Kennedy Gable 1


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12 May 1932

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored at wharf, Coast Guard Depot; time description, plus five zone. 6:30am All hands. Ships force carried out morning routine. 7:30am Liberty party all returned on time. 8:00am Captain (E) C.G. Porcher came on board in connection with boiler repairs. 8:30am Captain (E) C.G. Porcher left ship. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Captain (E) C.G. Porcher - came on board in connection with boiler repairs.

Captain (E) C.G. Porcher - left ship.

9:00am to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine; condition dry and normal. 9:05 Received, from Coast Guard Depot, 22,800 rounds, ball cartridge, calibre .30 M1, lot #1241; 20,000 rounds, ball cartridge, calibre .22 long rifle, lot #54; 10,000 rounds, ball cartridge calibre .45 Model 1911, #lot 417; and 2,100 rounds, blank cartridge, calibre .30, lot #159. Authority, Article H-15, Ordnance Instructions United States Coast Guard. 9:10 Received, from General Baking Company, eight (8) cases of bread, for general mess. 9:20 Received, from General Electric Company, Bridgeport, Conn. four (4) oscillating fans. Ordered by Coast Guard Headquarters on Purchase Order #4013. 4:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 7:30am tomorrow. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight 4:50 Francis Bobowiec (103-220) Cox. left on one (1) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 4:50 Robert Woldon (111-185) Off. Std. 3c left on one (1) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Performed routine duties. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Francis Bobowiec (103-220) Cox. - left on one (1) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Robert Woldon (111-185) Off. Std. 3c - left on one (1) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.


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coast guard depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 43.1, Long 16.7

AH Kennedy Gable AL Bobowiec Woldon


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13 May 1932

Midnight to 9:00am. Zone Time +5 Performed morning routine duties. 7:30 Liberty party returned on time. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine; condition dry and normal. 9:30 Officers and crew paid salaries due them from 1 to 12 May, inclusive. 10:00 Wound ship and moored starboard side to dock. 11:40 Homer H.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542), Cox., left on ten (10) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 12:20 Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from General Baking Company, Nun's Independent Dairy, Wagner Bros. Company, John H. Glaeser, Theodore Bachmann, and The Consolidated Beef and Provision Co. 1:00 Held clothing inspection, assigned lockers and bunks to crew, and moved crew aboard. 2:45 Jessie M. Moore (107-476), Sea 2c, left on twenty-five (25) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 3:00 Swen S. Rhodes (108-782), Sea 2c, reported on board for duty in accordance with DEPOT'S letter 13 May, 1932, (73-701) 3:30 Richard I. Chalk (101-917), Sea 1c, transferred to DEPOT; authority Headquarters' letter 13 May, 1932, (73-701). Received ordnance equipment from DEPOT on invoice dated 13 May, 1932 (no number) including the following rifles, US Magazine, .30 calibre, model 1903: Rifle numbers: 826766, 956948, 1328370, 1328619, 1328743, 1328745, 1328785, 1328896, 1328956, 13289085, 936218, 1325424, 1326659, 1327136, 1327373, 1327624, 1327903, 1328155, 1328223, 1328296, 1328781, 1328927, 1328958, 1328976, 1329005, 1329040, 1329043, 1329100, 1329218, 1329259, 1326825, 1327056, 1327185, 1327311, 1327633, 1327728, 1327788, 1328085, 1328153, 1328238, 808269, 974149, 983916, 993522, 1328050, 1328248, 1329013, 1329692, 1329818, 1329851. Quarters omitted because of necessary work completeing overhaul. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Homer H.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542), Cox. - left on ten (10) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Jessie M. Moore (107-476), Sea 2c - left on twenty-five (25) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Swen S. Rhodes (108-782), Sea 2c - reported on board for duty in accordance with DEPOT'S letter 13 May, 1932, (73-701)

Richard I. Chalk (101-917), Sea 1c - transferred to DEPOT; authority Headquarters' letter 13 May, 1932, (73-701).

4:00PM to Midnight 4:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 7:00AM tomorrow. 8:00 Anchor watch mustered and instructed; all departments reported secure for the night. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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depot curtis bay maryland

Lat 39.05, Long -76.38

AH Gable Kennedy AL Fitzpatrick Moore


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14 May 1932

baltimore lighthouse abeam to starboard distance one half mile

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at DEPOT. Time zone description plus five (+5). 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 7:00 Robert Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c, returned from one (1) days leave of absence. - Edward S. Shankle, (201-159), Y 3c, transferred to Destroyer Force, New London, Connecticut in accordance with Headquarters' letter 25 April, 1932 (701-531) - Francis Bobowiec (103-220), Cox, returned from one (1) days' leave of absence - All liberty party returned on time. * 8:00 Roger W. Brown (101-389), MM 1c, left on ten (10) day's leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. *7:30 Edward P. Hadlock (104-430), BM 1c, John W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, and George J. Fritz (103-727) MM 2c failed to turn out when called. They were unfit for duty and apparently under the influence of some intoxicating liquor or other narcotic. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Robert Wolden, (111-185), Off Std 3c - returned from one (1) days leave of absence.

Edward S. Shankle, (201-159), Y 3c - transferred to Destroyer Force, New London, Connecticut in accordance with Headquarters' letter 25 April, 1932 (701-531)

Francis Bobowiec (103-220), Cox - returned from one (1) days' leave of absence

Roger W. Brown (101-389), MM 1c - left on ten (10) day's leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

John W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c - 7:30 Edward P. Hadlock (104-430), BM 1c, John W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, and George J. Fritz (103-727) MM 2c failed to turn out when called. They were unfit for duty and apparently under the influence of some intoxicating liquor or other narcotic.

Edward P. Hadlock (104-430), BM 1c - 7:30 Edward P. Hadlock (104-430), BM 1c, John W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, and George J. Fritz (103-727) MM 2c failed to turn out when called. They were unfit for duty and apparently under the influence of some intoxicating liquor or other narcotic.

George J. Fritz (103-727) MM 2c - 7:30 Edward P. Hadlock (104-430), BM 1c, John W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, and George J. Fritz (103-727) MM 2c failed to turn out when called. They were unfit for duty and apparently under the influence of some intoxicating liquor or other narcotic.

9:00AM to Meridian Inspected magazine; condition dry and normal. 9:40 Held quarters for muster of crew. 10:12 Unmoored, underway, standing out of Curtis Bay and down Main ship channel of Patapsco River toward Chesapeake Bay on various courses and speeds. (Draft forward 13 ft., aft 14 ft. 3 in.) 10:40 Set standard speed 100 rpm, 10.2 knots. 11:00 Held Commanding Officers inspection of vessel. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 181° pgc at 100 rpm, 10.2 knots 10:02 Baltimore lighthouse abeam to starboard, distance one half mile, changed course to 164° pgc. 12:17 Sandy Point lighthouse abeam to starboard, distance one half mile, changed course to 194° pgc. 1:01 Thomas Point Shoal lighthouse abeam to starboard, distane one and one half (1 1/2) mile. 1:48 Poplar Island gas and bell buoy abeam to port, distance nine tenths (.9) mile, changed course to 175° pgc. 2:53 Channel gas and bell buoy 18A abeam to port, distane one quarter (1/4) mile, changed course to 157° pgc. 3:06 Changed course to 232° pgc. 3:14 Reduced speed to 35 rpm and commenced compensating compasses by azimuths of sun and comparison with gyro. 3:27 Streamed log, reading 50.7. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. As before, swinging ship and compensating magnetic compasses. 5:18 Completed compensating compasses. Underway on course 157° pgc, speed 100 rpm, 10.2 knots. 5:20 Changed course to 145° pgc. 5:53 Changed course to 165° pgc. T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 165° pgc at 100 rpm. 6:07 COVE POINT LIGHT abeam, distance 0.6 miles 6:25 changed course to 235° pgc and stood into Patuxent River * 6:47 Anchored off Solomons Island in seven (7) fathoms of water with Drum Point light bearing 62°, Millstone Ldg. bearing 187° and Solomon Light bearing 313°; 45 fathoms starboard chain. 8:00 Mustered anchor watch Usual routine performed. *6:30 Hauled in log reading (73.9) Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight Anchored as before - performed usual routine Chester McP Anderson Lieut


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patuxent river maryland

Lat 37.70, Long -76.17

AH Gable Kennedy AL Brown Moore Fitzpatrick


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15 May 1932

up thimble shoal channel

Lat 30.0, Long 112.4

Midnight to 8:00AM Anchored as before off Solomon, Md. Time zone, plus five (5) 6:30 All hands. 6:50 Commenced heaving short. 7:06 Anchor up, underway, standing down Patuxent River and into Chesapeake Bay on various courses. 7:37 CEDAR POINT LIGHT bearing 252°, distance 0.6 miles, course set 162° pgc at 104 rpm. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian On course 162° pgc at 10.5 knots, 104 rpm. 8:35 Point No Point Lighthouse abeam to starboard, distance nine tenths (.9) mile. 9:00 Inspected magazines, condition dry and normal. 9:00 Point Lookout Lighthouse abeam to starboard, distance four (4) miles. 9:03 Reduced speed to 1/3 or 35 rpm. Started swinging ship for compass compensation by azimuth of sun and comparison with gyro. 10:12 Set course 164° pgc at 10.5 knots, 104 rpm. 10:56 Smith Point Lighthouse abeam to starboard, distance one half (.5) mile, changed course to 180° pgc, and so to end. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. As before, on course 180° pgc, speed 104 rpm (10.5 knots). 12:25 Windmill Point lighthouse abeam to starboard, distant 2 1/2 miles. 12:50 Changed course to 173° pgc. 1:26 Wolf Trap lighthouse abeam to starboard, distant 1 mile; changed course to 180° pgc. 2:54 Changed course to 170° pgc. 3:24 Changed course to 241° pgc and continued on channel courses up Thimble Shoal Channel. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight Standing up Thimble Shoal Channel on various courses at 104 rpm, 10.5 knots. 4:15 Reduced to one third speed, 35 rpm. 4:27 Anchored off Lambert Point, Norfolk, Virginia in four (4) fathoms water to thirty-five (35) fathoms starboard chain for the following true bearings; Craney Island Lighthouse, 350°, channel buoy #23, 88°30' and channel range light 165°. 6:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 10:00PM tonight. 8:00 Mustered anchor watch, all departments reported secure. 10:20 Liberty party returned on time. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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at anchor off lambert point norfolk va

Lat 36.30, Long -75.50

AH Gable Kennedy AL Moore Fitzpatrick Brown


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16 May 1932

lambert point norfolk virginia

Lat 36.8, Long -76.3

Midnight to 9:00AM. Anchored as before off Lambert's Point, Norfolk, Virginia. Performed usual morning routine duties. 8:00 Motor launch left ship with working party to get sand E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to Meridian Anchored as before off Lambert Point, Norfolk, Virginia. 9:15 Motor launch returned with working party and sand. 10:45 Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler left ship in motor launch to get stores from Navy Supply Depot, Hampton Roads, Virginia. 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of the following men: Edward P. Hadlock (104-430), BM 1c, John W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, and George J. Fritz (103-727), MM 2c, for failing to turn out when called at 7:30AM, 14 May, 1932, and for being unfit for duty and apparently under the influence of some intoxicating liquor or other narcotic. The following punishment was awarded each man: Restricted to the ship for fifteen (15) days. 11:25 Received the following ordnance material, from Naval Ammunition Depot, St. Juliu's Creek, Portsmouth, Virginia, via Patrol Boat 186: 110 rounds service ammunition for six-punder, Index SPD 2440, One (1) 1/2 gallon jar with three (3) pounds smokeless powder, SPD 2440, for replacement charge, and two (2) 8 oz. sample bottles. Invoiced ordnance material, as per invoice 16 May 1932, to Naval Ammunition Depot, St. Juliu's Creek, Virginia, via Patrol Boat 186. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler - left ship in motor launch to get stores from Navy Supply Depot, Hampton Roads, Virginia.

Edward P. Hadlock (104-430), BM 1c - 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of the following men: Edward P. Hadlock (104-430), BM 1c, John W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, and George J. Fritz (103-727), MM 2c, for failing to turn out when called at 7:30AM, 14 May, 1932, and for being unfit for duty and apparently under the influence of some intoxicating liquor or other narcotic. The following punishment was awarded each man: Restricted to the ship for fifteen (15) days.

John W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c - 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of the following men: Edward P. Hadlock (104-430), BM 1c, John W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, and George J. Fritz (103-727), MM 2c, for failing to turn out when called at 7:30AM, 14 May, 1932, and for being unfit for duty and apparently under the influence of some intoxicating liquor or other narcotic. The following punishment was awarded each man: Restricted to the ship for fifteen (15) days.

George J. Fritz (103-727), MM 2c - 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of the following men: Edward P. Hadlock (104-430), BM 1c, John W. Garthright (105-786), WT 1c, and George J. Fritz (103-727), MM 2c, for failing to turn out when called at 7:30AM, 14 May, 1932, and for being unfit for duty and apparently under the influence of some intoxicating liquor or other narcotic. The following punishment was awarded each man: Restricted to the ship for fifteen (15) days.

Meridian to 4:00PM. Anchored as before off Lambert Point, Norfolk, Virginia. Made preparations for getting underway. 12:21 Started heaving around on starboard anchor. 12:26 Anchor aweigh and proceeded out to sea at 35 rpm on various courses. 12:29 Stopped and picked up starboard motor launch; received six (6) mattresses and twenty-four (24) yards oil cloth from Naval Supply Depot, Hampton Roads, Virginia, on invoices #591517 and 591827. 12:51 Proceeding out to sea on various courses at 100 rpm, 10 knots. 1:00 All hands to quarters followed by semaphore drill. 1:33 Dismissed from quarters. 2:50 Streamed log reading 72.4. 2:51 Cape Henry Lighthouse abeam to starboard, distance 1.1 miles, changed course to 123° pgc. 3:37 Bouy #2CB abeam to port, distance .3 miles, changed course to 160° pgc. Errors of gyro by azimuth of sun 2°10' Westerly. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

(over)


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16 May 1932

wimble shoals lighted whistling buoy 6 abeam to starboard distance 37 miles

Lat 43.7, Long 7.2

(CONTINUED)

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 160° pgc, speed 105 rpm (10.5 knots). 5:11 False Cape gas and whistle buoy abeam to starboard; distant 2.1 miles. - Gyro compass has 1°48' westerly error by azimuth of the sun. T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 160° pgc at 105 rpm. 6:15 Currituck Lighthouse abeam, bearing 250° T, distance 10. miles (11.9). Gyro compass shows 1°30' W error by azimuth of sun. 8:00PM Mustered lifeboat crew and received reports; all departments secure for night. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 160° pgc at 105 rpm. 9:28 Bodie Island Lighthouse abeam to starboard, distance 10.4 miles 10:27 Changed course to 172° pgc so as to come within 3 miles of Wimble Shoal Lighted Whistling Buoy #6. 11:01 Wimble Shoals Lighted Whistling Buoy #6 abeam to starboard, distance 3.7 miles, changed course to 181° pgc. Issued 15 night rations to Engineers Force. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 34.02, Long -76.73

AH Gable Kennedy AL Moore Fitzpatrick Brown


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17 May 1932

diamond shoals lightship abeam to starboard distant five 5 miles

Lat 24.5, Long 112.4

Midnight to 4:00AM. As before on course 181° pgc, speed 105 rpm (10.6 knots). Time zone description plus five (+5). 1:05 Cape Hatteras light abeam to starboard, distant 14 1/2 miles (log 94.6) 2:18 Diamond Shoals lightship abeam to starboard, distant five (5) miles. Changed course to 229° pgc (log 109) 2:56 Diamond Shoals Lightship abeam to starboard, distant five (5) miles (log 16.6). T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM On course 229° pgc at 105 rpm throughout watch. 6:00 All hands. 6:30, Ship's force turned to and carried out morning routine. Ascertained 1°30" W'y error on gyro by amplitude of sun. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. On course 227° pgc at 105 rpm. 8:44 (88.1) Changed course to 239° pgc. 8:51 (89.6) Changed course to 263° pgc. 9:27 (97.2) Cape Lookout Shoals Lightvessel bearing four point on starboard bow. 9:41 (99.6) Cape Lookout Shoals Lightvessel abeam to starboard, distance 2.4 miles, changed course to 233° pgc 230° T and so to end. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 233° pgc, speed 105 rpm (10.6 knots). 1:00 Held quarters followed by resuscitation drill for all divisions. 3:45 Sighted Frying Pan Shoals lightship bearing 215 pgc; changed course to 213 pgc (log 72.5), and so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 213° pgc at 105 rpm. 4:34 (84.8) Changed course to 203° pgc. 4:46 Frying Pan Shoals Lightvessel bearing four points on starboard bow, log reading 86.8. 5:00 Received signal from lightvessel requesting that the Unalga take their mail, slowed to one-third speed and notified Commanding Officer; took in log reading 87.5. 5:04 Answered signal from lightvessel affirmatively and maneuvered till close aboard her. 5:06 Two men from lightvessel alongside with mail, took mail and gave them some newspapers. 5:10 Streamed log reading 87.5, set course 247° pgc at 110 rpm, and so to end. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM On course 247 pgc at 110 rpm throughout watch. Tested out searchlights 8:00PM Mustered life-boat crew and received reports; all departments secure for night. Chester McP Anderson


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17 May 1932

(CONTINUED)

8:00PM to Midnight 8:00 Changed course to 244° pgc. Speed 110 rpm. (log 22.8). And so to end. Issued fourteen (14) night rations to engineer's force. 9:11 Received fifteen Alcoast, 8018-1645; relative to the death of Rear Admiral F.C. Billard. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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savannah ga

Lat 32.07, Long -80.48

AH Gable AL Moore Fitzpatrick Brown ACL Kennedy


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18 May 1932

charleston lighthouse abeam to starboard distance 92 miles

Lat 32.8, Long -79.9

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 244° pgc at 110 rpm. 12:36 Sighted Cape Romain Lighthouse bearing 309° T, distance 19.5 miles. 1:30 (91.6) Changed course to 255° pgc. 3:08 (11.1) Charleston lightvessel bearing four points on starboard bow. 3:25 (14.4) Charleston Lightvessel abeam to starboard, distance 3.3 miles, changed course to 232° pgc. 3:49 (19.9) Charleston Lighthouse abeam to starboard, distance 9.2 miles. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 232° pgc at 110 rpm. 6:00AM All hands. 6:30 Ship's force carried out morning routine. 6:44AM HUNTING ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE abeam, bearing 320° T, distance 12.4 miles (55.9) 7:49 MARTINS INDUSTRY LIGHTED WHISTLE BUOY "M.1." abeam, bearing 320° T, distance 0.3' mile. (69.1) Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian On course 232° pgc at 110 rpm. 8:40 Changed course to 255° pgc (79.3). * 9:52 Changed course to 265° pgc (82.9). 8:58 Savannah lightship abeam to port, distant one (1) mile (84.8) 9:15 Took in taffrail log, reading 87.8. Steered channel courses up Savannah River at various speeds. 11:44 Moored port side to dock at Savannah, Georgia. *9:30 Held quarters followed by gun and pistol drills. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. No remarks. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until midnight this date. 8:00 Anchor watch mustered and instructed. All departments reported secure for the night. 11:45 Starboard Franklin life buoy came adrift, cause undetermined. Issued Honorable Discharge No. A-31332, to Frank H. Barnett (100-561), GM 1c, upon expiration of enlistment and four (4) days' extension thereof due to vessel's being at sea; authority article 4452 Personnel Instructions. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Frank H. Barnett (100-561), GM 1c - Issued Honorable Discharge No. A-31332, to Frank H. Barnett (100-561), GM 1c, upon expiration of enlistment and four (4) days' extension thereof due to vessel's being at sea; authority article 4452 Personnel Instructions.


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savannah georgia

Lat -18.1, Long 178.4

AH Gable AL Moore Fitzpatrick Brown ACL Kennedy


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19 May 1932

savannah georgia

Lat -18.1, Long 178.4

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Savannah, Georgia. Time zone description plus five, (+5). 12:00 All liberty party returned on time except Henry B. Lake (206-137), AS. 12:30 Recovered Franklin lifebuoy intact except for one (1) arm which became detached from the buoy and sank. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 8:30 Boatswain P.M. Pedersen left on two days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Henry B. Lake (206-137), AS - 12:00 All liberty party returned on time except Henry B. Lake (206-137), AS.

Boatswain P.M. Pedersen - left on two days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine; condition dry and normal. Smokeless powder samples satisfactory. 9:30 Held quarters followed by Fire and Collision drills. Alarm for fire-drill sounded at 9:37am; water on first hose in 42 second and on all hoses in 65 seconds. Alarm for collision drill sounded at 9:49am; mat in place on starboard in (3m50s) three minutes and fifty seconds of time. 10:14 Secured from drills. At quarters it was reported that Edward P. Hadlock (104-430) - BM 1c, who had previously been restricted to the limits of the ship, was missing. Re-enlisted Frank Howard Barnett (100-561), GM 1c, in the regular establishment for a period of two (2) years, authority Article 322, Regulations. Usual routine performed by ship's force. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Edward P. Hadlock (104-430) - BM 1c - At quarters it was reported that Edward P. Hadlock (104-430) - BM 1c, who had previously been restricted to the limits of the ship, was missing.

Frank Howard Barnett (100-561), GM 1c - Re-enlisted Frank Howard Barnett (100-561), GM 1c, in the regular establishment for a period of two (2) years, authority Article 322, Regulations.

4:00PM to MIDNIGHT Granted liberty to starboard watch to expire at mid-night, this date. 6:30 Harold C. Waters, (110-778), CGM, left ship on duty in connection with absentees. 6:55 Harold C. Waters (110-778), CGM, reported on board, returning Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c, absent without leave from proper authority and while under restriction to the limits of the ship from some undetermined time during the previous night, together with Henry B. Lake, (206-137), AS, absent without leave from proper authority for a period of eighteen (18) hours and fifty-five (55) minutes after expiration of regular liberty which terminated at midnight yesterday. Hadlock and Lake were both in an apparent state of intoxication resulting from the use of liquor or other narcotics, and both being maudlin and voicing threats to again leave the ship without authority, they were confined in leg-irons, and chained to their respective berths for safe-keeping. 8:00 Anchor watch mustered and instructed. All departments reported secure for the night. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

Harold C. Waters, (110-778), CGM - left ship on duty in connection with absentees.

Harold C. Waters (110-778), CGM - 6:55 Harold C. Waters (110-778), CGM, reported on board, returning Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c, absent without leave from proper authority and while under restriction to the limits of the ship from some undetermined time during the previous night, together with Henry B. Lake, (206-137), AS, absent without leave from proper authority for a period of eighteen (18) hours and fifty-five (55) minutes after expiration of regular liberty which terminated at midnight yesterday. Hadlock and Lake were both in an apparent state of intoxication resulting from the use of liquor or other narcotics, and both being maudlin and voicing threats to again leave the ship without authority, they were confined in leg-irons, and chained to their respective berths for safe-keeping.

Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c - 6:55 Harold C. Waters (110-778), CGM, reported on board, returning Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c, absent without leave from proper authority and while under restriction to the limits of the ship from some undetermined time during the previous night, together with Henry B. Lake, (206-137), AS, absent without leave from proper authority for a period of eighteen (18) hours and fifty-five (55) minutes after expiration of regular liberty which terminated at midnight yesterday. Hadlock and Lake were both in an apparent state of intoxication resulting from the use of liquor or other narcotics, and both being maudlin and voicing threats to again leave the ship without authority, they were confined in leg-irons, and chained to their respective berths for safe-keeping.

Henry B. Lake, (206-137), AS - 6:55 Harold C. Waters (110-778), CGM, reported on board, returning Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c, absent without leave from proper authority and while under restriction to the limits of the ship from some undetermined time during the previous night, together with Henry B. Lake, (206-137), AS, absent without leave from proper authority for a period of eighteen (18) hours and fifty-five (55) minutes after expiration of regular liberty which terminated at midnight yesterday. Hadlock and Lake were both in an apparent state of intoxication resulting from the use of liquor or other narcotics, and both being maudlin and voicing threats to again leave the ship without authority, they were confined in leg-irons, and chained to their respective berths for safe-keeping.


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savannah georgia

Lat 31.60, Long -80.82

AH Gable ACL Kennedy AL Moore Fitzpatrick Brown OFFICERS AL Pedersen


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20 May 1932

down savannah river

Lat -18.1, Long 178.4

Midnight to 8:00AM. Moored as before at Savannah, Georgia. Time zone discription plus five (+5). 12:00 Liberty party all returned on time. 6:00 All hands. 6:30 Ship's force carried out morning routine and made preparations to get underway 7:12 Unmoored, underway on various courses and speeds. Stood down Savannah River on main channel courses. 7:30 Released Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430) BM 1c and Henry B Lake, (206-137), AS from confinement in irons. 7:36 Set standard speed at 110 rpm. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut

Henry B Lake, (206-137), AS - 7:30 Released Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430) BM 1c and Henry B Lake, (206-137), AS from confinement in irons.

Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430) BM 1c - 7:30 Released Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430) BM 1c and Henry B Lake, (206-137), AS from confinement in irons.

8:00AM to Meridian As before, steering channel courses at 110 rpm, down Savannah River. 9:34 Tybee whistle and Entrance buoy close aboard to port. 9:40 Changed course to 198° pgc; streamed log reading 86.9 And so to end. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; condition dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. 12:00 (15.6) Changed course to 203 pgc, speed 110 rpm. 12:40 Stopped engine for adjustment. (24.4). 1:00 Quarters followed by gun and semaphore drill. 1:00 (24.4) Resumed course 203° pgc at 110 rpm. 1:30 Dismissed from quarters. 3:11 Brunswick Lighted Whistle Buoy 2B abeam to starboard, distance 4 miles. 3:25 (55.1) Changed course to 198° pgc and so to end. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 198° pgc, speed 110 rpm. 5:38 Changed course to 170° pgc (48.7). And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 17° pgc at 115 rpm. 6:14, ST JOHN'S LIGHTVESSEL abeam, distance 1.2 miles (90.8); course changed to 166° pgc. 7:30 Tested searchlights 8:00 Mustered boats crew and received reports; all department secure for night. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00PM to Midnight On course 166° pgc at 115 rpm. 8:49 (23.4) St. Augustine Lighthouse abeam to starboard, distance 9.1 miles, changed course to 161° pgc. 10:56 (47.3) Flagler Beach Aero Beacon abeam to starboard, distance 7.7 miles. Issued 15 night rations to Engineers Force. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 27.10, Long -84.07

AH Gable ACL Kennedy AL Moore Fitzpatrick Brown OFFICERS AL Pedersen


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21 May 1932

hetzel shoal lighted whistle buoy abeam to starboard distant 44 miles

Lat 19.6, Long -70.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 161° pgc; speed 115 rpm. Time zone description plus five (+5). 1:00 Ponce De Leon Inlet light abeam to starboard, distant 6.5 miles. Changed course to 132° pgc (73.9). 2:00 Changed course to 135° pgc (86.7). 3:56 Hetzel Shoal Lighted Whistle buoy abeam to starboard, distant 4.4 miles. Changed course to 180° pgc (10.5). And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00 On course 180° pgc at 115 rpm. 4:12 HETZEL SHOAL LIGHTED WHISTLE BUOY bore 260° true, distance 4.3' (12.6); changed course to 196° pgc. 5:07 CAPE CANAVERAL LIGHTHOUSE bore 270° true, distance 10.8' (13.5); changed course to 167° pgc. 6:00 All hands; ship's force carried out morning routine. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 167° pgc at 115 rpm. 8:42 Bethel Shoal Lighted Whistle Buoy abeam to starboard, distance one (1) mile, changed course to 175° pgc. 9:00 Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 10:28 (92.0) Saint Lucie Lighted Whistle Buoy abeam to starboard, distance 500 yards. 10:30 The Commanding Officer made weekly inspection of ship. 11:53 (10.1) Changed course to 177° pgc. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 177° pgc, speed 115 rpm. 12:48 Jupiter Inlet lighthouse abeam to starboard, distant two (2) miles, changed course to 90° pgc, (21.2) 12:52 Stopped to make adjustments to main engine, (21.6). 12:55 Underway on course 165° pgc, speed 115 rpm, (21.8). 1:30 Changed course to 181° pgc, (29.7). 2:00 Changed course to 185° pgc, (38.2). 3:12 Changed course to 188° pgc, (52.1). And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

4:00PM to Midnight On course 188° pgc at 115 rpm. 5:04 (75.6) Hillsboro Lighthouse abeam to starboard, distance 1 1/4 miles. 6:03 Reduced speed to 35 rpm and stood into Port Everglades on various courses. 6:19, Moored port side to, south berth, Port Everglades, Florida, draft forward 11 ft. 10 inches, aft 13 feet 10 inches. 7:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 11:00AM tomorrow. 8:00 Anchor watch mustered, all departments reported secure. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable AL Moore Fitzpatrick Brown ACL Kennedy


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22 May 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Zone Time +5 Performed routine duties. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:10 Boatswain P.M. Pedersen returned from two (2) days' leave of absence. 10:00 All liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 11:45 Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from Blue Ribbon Bakery. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Boatswain P.M. Pedersen - returned from two (2) days' leave of absence.

4:00PM to Midnight 8:00 Anchor watch mustered and instructed. All departments reported secure for the night. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Kennedy AL Moore Fitzpatrick


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23 May 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 7:35 Roger W. Brown (101-389), MM 1c, returned from ten (10) days' leave of absence. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Roger W. Brown (101-389), MM 1c - returned from ten (10) days' leave of absence.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by signal drill, boat drill and gun drill. Honorably discharged Max L. Smith (109-700), Chief Commissary Steward. Issued him discharge No. A-31333 upon expiration of full term of enlistment and three (3) days extension thereof due to vessel being at sea and administrative office being closed on date Smith desired to reenlist (Sunday, 22 May, 1932) upon arrival in port. He was paid on voucher. Authorities, Arts. 4452 and 4453, Personnel Instructions. Received commissary stores from Blue Rath Bakery as per their invoice of this date Usual routine perform by ship's force. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

Max L. Smith (109-700), Chief Commissary Steward - Honorably discharged Max L. Smith (109-700), Chief Commissary Steward. Issued him discharge No. A-31333 upon expiration of full term of enlistment and three (3) days extension thereof due to vessel being at sea and administrative office being closed on date Smith desired to reenlist (Sunday, 22 May, 1932) upon arrival in port. He was paid on voucher. Authorities, Arts. 4452 and 4453, Personnel Instructions.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch expiring at eight o'clock am tomorrow 8:00 Mustered and instructed anchor watch. Received reports of ship being secured for night. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Kennedy AL Moore


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24 May 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone discription, plus five (+5). 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 7:00 Liberty party all returned on time. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 9:30 All hands to quarters followed by resuscitation and boat drills. 10:00 Dismissed from quarters. 10:00 Hosmer H.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542), Cox., returned from ten (10) days leave of absence on time. Max L. Smith (109-700), CC Std, reenlisted this date for a period of (2) two years; authority of Article 322, Regulations. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Hosmer H.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542), Cox. - returned from ten (10) days leave of absence on time.

Max L. Smith (109-700), CC Std - reenlisted this date for a period of (2) two years; authority of Article 322, Regulations.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 7:00 Anchor watch and restricted men to muster, all departments reported secure. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Kennedy AL Moore


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25 May 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. Performed routine duties. 7:00 Held boat drill for Engineers' Force. 7:30 Dismissed from boat drill. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:45 Landing force ashore for infantry drill. E.E. Fahey, Ensign.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; condition dry and normal. 9:15 Landing force returned to ship. 9:30 Held quarters followed by gun and signal drills. 10:03 Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from Blue Ribbon Bakery. 1:30 Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c, furnished with a copy of the charges and specifications preferred against him - to be tried before a summary Coast Guard Court of which Lieutenant John P. Crowley is president. 3:00 Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from The Great A&P Tea Co. and Quality Grocery and Market. 3:10 Max L. Smith, (109-700), CC Std, left on one (1) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c - 1:30 Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c, furnished with a copy of the charges and specifications preferred against him - to be tried before a summary Coast Guard Court of which Lieutenant John P. Crowley is president.

Lieutenant John P. Crowley - 1:30 Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c, furnished with a copy of the charges and specifications preferred against him - to be tried before a summary Coast Guard Court of which Lieutenant John P. Crowley is president.

Max L. Smith, (109-700), CC Std - left on one (1) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from Wright and Van Wyk. 6:13 Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from The Great A&P Tea Co. 8:00 Anchor watch mustered and instructed. All departments reported secure for the night. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Kennedy AL Moore Smith


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26 May 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. (+5) 4:00 Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from Southern Dairies. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 6:50 Held boat drill for rated men of artificiers branch, except engineers force. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine, condition dry and normal. Smokeless powder sames in good order. 9:30 Quarters, followed by school of preliminary instructions for small arms target practice and Beach Apparatus Instruction. 11:04 Summary Court of which Lieut. J.P. Crowley is president, convened in the case of Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c 11:40 Summary Court adjourned to await action of the convening authority 11:45 Charles E. Loveday, (106-514), RM 2c, left ship under orders transferring him to the office Florida East Coast Patrol Area for further assignment in-accordance with H/L's 25 March 1932 (701-531) and 19 April, 1932 (73-701). 11:50 Henry B Lake (206-137) AS tried by Deck Court, Lieut J.P. Crowley. 2:00 Honorably discharged Walter S. Haas, (104-422) as Fireman, first class. Issued him discharge #A-31334 upon expiration of full term of enlistment and paid him on voucher Received commissary stores as per invoice from Quality Grocery Co. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

Lieut. J.P. Crowley - 11:04 Summary Court of which Lieut. J.P. Crowley is president, convened in the case of Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c

Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c - 11:04 Summary Court of which Lieut. J.P. Crowley is president, convened in the case of Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c

Charles E. Loveday, (106-514), RM 2c - left ship under orders transferring him to the office Florida East Coast Patrol Area for further assignment in-accordance with H/L's 25 March 1932 (701-531) and 19 April, 1932 (73-701).

Walter S. Haas, (104-422) - 2:00 Honorably discharged Walter S. Haas, (104-422) as Fireman, first class. Issued him discharge #A-31334 upon expiration of full term of enlistment and paid him on voucher

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00am, tomorrow. 8:00 Anchor watch mustered and instructed. All departments reported secure for night Chester McP Anderson Lieut


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Kennedy AL Moore


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27 May 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time discription plus five zone. 6:00 All hands. Ship's force carried out morning routine Received commissary stores from Southern Daires, Inc as per invoice. 7:00 Held boat drill. 8:00 Liberty party all returned on time. 8:45 Landing force ashore for infantry drill. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. Tested magazine flooding system, Franklin buoy releasing gear, both in good working order. Conducted forthnightly examination, of smokeless powder, replacement sample. Fired two projectiles from Lyle shoulder gun, distance of each was 110 yards. 9:20 Landing force aboard from infantry drill. 9:25 All hands to quarters. 9:26 General quarters, simulated short range target practice. 9:42 Secured from general quarters. 9:42:50 Sounded collision alarm; collision starboard bow. 9:47:10 Met in place, secured from collision drill. 9:54:50 Sounded alarm for fire forward. 9:55:20 Water on first line 9:56:30. Water on all lines. 9:57 Secured from drills. 10:30 Max L. Smith (109-700) CC Std, returned from one days leave of absence on time. * 11:00 Held signal drill for quartermasters. 1:50 William Pritchett (108-561) Sea 2c transferred this date to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with Commanding Officer Unalga letter 27 May, 1932 (73-531) and reference (a) of same letter. 1:55 The following named men were transferred, this date, to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with Commanding Officer "Unalga" letter 27 May, 1932 (73-701) and reference (a) of same letter; David N. Kepple (204-136) AS, Andrew J. Straka (204-140) AS, Percy B. Hollowell (201-200) AS, Richard K. Manning (204-135) AS, Raleigh C. Elliott (200-146) AS, John Johnson (202-104) AS, George W. Trueblood (201-205) AS, Fred C. Smith (204-138) AS John E. Dowling (206-182) AS, Edward Barabash (206-184) AS. Received subsistence stores, for general mess, from the following; Custer Fish and Poultry Market; K.K. Greenbrue; Blue Ribbon Company; as per invoice. *The Commanding Officer left ship to make an official call on the Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Max L. Smith (109-700) CC Std - returned from one days leave of absence on time.

William Pritchett (108-561) Sea 2c - transferred this date to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with Commanding Officer Unalga letter 27 May, 1932 (73-531) and reference (a) of same letter.

David N. Kepple (204-136) AS - 1:55 The following named men were transferred, this date, to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with Commanding Officer "Unalga" letter 27 May, 1932 (73-701) and reference (a) of same letter; David N. Kepple (204-136) AS, Andrew J. Straka (204-140) AS, Percy B. Hollowell (201-200) AS, Richard K. Manning (204-135) AS, Raleigh C. Elliott (200-146) AS, John Johnson (202-104) AS, George W. Trueblood (201-205) AS, Fred C. Smith (204-138) AS John E. Dowling (206-182) AS, Edward Barabash (206-184) AS.

Andrew J. Straka (204-140) AS - 1:55 The following named men were transferred, this date, to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with Commanding Officer "Unalga" letter 27 May, 1932 (73-701) and reference (a) of same letter; David N. Kepple (204-136) AS, Andrew J. Straka (204-140) AS, Percy B. Hollowell (201-200) AS, Richard K. Manning (204-135) AS, Raleigh C. Elliott (200-146) AS, John Johnson (202-104) AS, George W. Trueblood (201-205) AS, Fred C. Smith (204-138) AS John E. Dowling (206-182) AS, Edward Barabash (206-184) AS.

Percy B. Hollowell (201-200) AS - 1:55 The following named men were transferred, this date, to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with Commanding Officer "Unalga" letter 27 May, 1932 (73-701) and reference (a) of same letter; David N. Kepple (204-136) AS, Andrew J. Straka (204-140) AS, Percy B. Hollowell (201-200) AS, Richard K. Manning (204-135) AS, Raleigh C. Elliott (200-146) AS, John Johnson (202-104) AS, George W. Trueblood (201-205) AS, Fred C. Smith (204-138) AS John E. Dowling (206-182) AS, Edward Barabash (206-184) AS.

Richard K. Manning (204-135) AS - 1:55 The following named men were transferred, this date, to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with Commanding Officer "Unalga" letter 27 May, 1932 (73-701) and reference (a) of same letter; David N. Kepple (204-136) AS, Andrew J. Straka (204-140) AS, Percy B. Hollowell (201-200) AS, Richard K. Manning (204-135) AS, Raleigh C. Elliott (200-146) AS, John Johnson (202-104) AS, George W. Trueblood (201-205) AS, Fred C. Smith (204-138) AS John E. Dowling (206-182) AS, Edward Barabash (206-184) AS.

Raleigh C. Elliott (200-146) AS - 1:55 The following named men were transferred, this date, to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with Commanding Officer "Unalga" letter 27 May, 1932 (73-701) and reference (a) of same letter; David N. Kepple (204-136) AS, Andrew J. Straka (204-140) AS, Percy B. Hollowell (201-200) AS, Richard K. Manning (204-135) AS, Raleigh C. Elliott (200-146) AS, John Johnson (202-104) AS, George W. Trueblood (201-205) AS, Fred C. Smith (204-138) AS John E. Dowling (206-182) AS, Edward Barabash (206-184) AS.

George W. Trueblood (201-205) AS - 1:55 The following named men were transferred, this date, to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with Commanding Officer "Unalga" letter 27 May, 1932 (73-701) and reference (a) of same letter; David N. Kepple (204-136) AS, Andrew J. Straka (204-140) AS, Percy B. Hollowell (201-200) AS, Richard K. Manning (204-135) AS, Raleigh C. Elliott (200-146) AS, John Johnson (202-104) AS, George W. Trueblood (201-205) AS, Fred C. Smith (204-138) AS John E. Dowling (206-182) AS, Edward Barabash (206-184) AS.

John Johnson (202-104) AS - 1:55 The following named men were transferred, this date, to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with Commanding Officer "Unalga" letter 27 May, 1932 (73-701) and reference (a) of same letter; David N. Kepple (204-136) AS, Andrew J. Straka (204-140) AS, Percy B. Hollowell (201-200) AS, Richard K. Manning (204-135) AS, Raleigh C. Elliott (200-146) AS, John Johnson (202-104) AS, George W. Trueblood (201-205) AS, Fred C. Smith (204-138) AS John E. Dowling (206-182) AS, Edward Barabash (206-184) AS.

Fred C. Smith (204-138) AS - 1:55 The following named men were transferred, this date, to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with Commanding Officer "Unalga" letter 27 May, 1932 (73-701) and reference (a) of same letter; David N. Kepple (204-136) AS, Andrew J. Straka (204-140) AS, Percy B. Hollowell (201-200) AS, Richard K. Manning (204-135) AS, Raleigh C. Elliott (200-146) AS, John Johnson (202-104) AS, George W. Trueblood (201-205) AS, Fred C. Smith (204-138) AS John E. Dowling (206-182) AS, Edward Barabash (206-184) AS.

Edward Barabash (206-184) AS - 1:55 The following named men were transferred, this date, to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with Commanding Officer "Unalga" letter 27 May, 1932 (73-701) and reference (a) of same letter; David N. Kepple (204-136) AS, Andrew J. Straka (204-140) AS, Percy B. Hollowell (201-200) AS, Richard K. Manning (204-135) AS, Raleigh C. Elliott (200-146) AS, John Johnson (202-104) AS, George W. Trueblood (201-205) AS, Fred C. Smith (204-138) AS John E. Dowling (206-182) AS, Edward Barabash (206-184) AS.

John E. Dowling (206-182) AS - 1:55 The following named men were transferred, this date, to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with Commanding Officer "Unalga" letter 27 May, 1932 (73-701) and reference (a) of same letter; David N. Kepple (204-136) AS, Andrew J. Straka (204-140) AS, Percy B. Hollowell (201-200) AS, Richard K. Manning (204-135) AS, Raleigh C. Elliott (200-146) AS, John Johnson (202-104) AS, George W. Trueblood (201-205) AS, Fred C. Smith (204-138) AS John E. Dowling (206-182) AS, Edward Barabash (206-184) AS.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 8:00 Anchor watch mustered and instructed. All departments reported secure. Performed routine duties. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Kennedy AL Moore


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28 May 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. 6:00 All hands. Received commissary stores from Southern Dairies Inc. as per invoice. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; condition dry and normal. 10:00 Captain C.F. Howell, Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, paid official visit and inspected vessel. 10:45 Held general muster followed by Commanding Officers inspection of vessel. 11:00 Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from Blue Ribbon Bakery. 11:33 Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from Thrift Grocery & Market. 12:00 Received two (2) flasks of CO2 as ordered by Headquarters; shipped on government bill of lading #138021. 12:50 Published Deck Court No. 1, in case of Henry Burnett Lake (206-132), AS. Sentenced to lose seven ($7.00) dollars of his pay and to perform ten (10) hours' extra police duty. Corliss L. Fitzgerald (103-534), Y 2c, reported on board for duty in accordance with Commander, Section Base Six letter 28 May, 1932, (73-701). 12:55 Landing force left vessel for infantry drill in company with landing force from Section Base Six 1:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 10:00AM tomorrow. Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from Wright and Vanoyk. 1:10 Marvin P. Mohler (107-439), RM 1c, reported on board for duty in accordance with Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area letter 28 May, 1932, (73-701). 3:45 Landing force returned. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Captain C.F. Howell, Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area - paid official visit and inspected vessel.

Henry Burnett Lake (206-132), AS - 12:50 Published Deck Court No. 1, in case of Henry Burnett Lake (206-132), AS. Sentenced to lose seven ($7.00) dollars of his pay and to perform ten (10) hours' extra police duty.

Corliss L. Fitzgerald (103-534), Y 2c - reported on board for duty in accordance with Commander, Section Base Six letter 28 May, 1932, (73-701).

Marvin P. Mohler (107-439), RM 1c - reported on board for duty in accordance with Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area letter 28 May, 1932, (73-701).

4:00PM to Midnight 6:30 Received armature from Pease Electric Co., (armature of forward port blower which had been rewound). 8:00 Anchor watch mustered and instructed All departments reported secure for the night. 10:10 David D. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c, brought on board having been involved in an automobile accident. He was sent to General Hospital for observation, apparently suffering from shock and possible internal injuries. T.G. Miller, Ensign

David D. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c - brought on board having been involved in an automobile accident. He was sent to General Hospital for observation, apparently suffering from shock and possible internal injuries.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable Darnell ACL Kennedy AL Moore


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29 May 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnigh to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). 7:00 Carried out Sunday morning routine. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Received permission from the port authorities, through Mr Eller to fire gun salute on Memorial Day, while moored to Port Everglade's pier. 10:00 Liberty party all returned on time 10:15 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 11:00 Received commissary stores as per invoice from the Williams-McWilliams Ice Cream Co. 12:15 Thomas Ross, (109-011), CRM (a) left ship on fifteen (15) days leave of absence, expiring at noon, 14 June, 1932, authority, Art. 519, Regulations Observed Sunday and suspended all but necessary work. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Thomas Ross, (109-011), CRM (a) - left ship on fifteen (15) days leave of absence, expiring at noon, 14 June, 1932, authority, Art. 519, Regulations

4:00PM to Midnight Usual routine performed 8:00 Mustered anchor watch. Received department reports and secured ship for night Chester McP Anderson Lieut


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable Darnell ACL Kennedy AL Moore Rosso


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30 May 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone discription, plus five. 7:00 Carried out holiday morning routine 8:00 Liberty party all returned on time 8:45 Landing force ashore to participate in Memorial Day parade in company with Base 6 landing force Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 10:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 11:00 Landing force returned from Memorial Day Parade in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 12:00 Fired twenty one (21) gun salute in accordance with article 2322 (3) Regulations, United States Coast Guard. Performed holiday routine duties. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight 8:00 Anchor watch to muster; all departments reported secure. 8:15 Seventy five (75) foot patrol boat stood in and moored at north dock, and transferred a sick man to waiting ambulance from Fort Lauderdale. The man was removed from an unidentified steamer outside the breakwater at the entrance of Port Everglades, Florida. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable Darnell ACL Kennedy AL Moore Rosso


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31 May 1932

Midnight to 9:00AM. 6:30 Leo F. Legault (106-262) Phm 1c left on one (1) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Performed morning routine and aired bedding. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Leo F. Legault (106-262) Phm 1c - left on one (1) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; condition dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by stations for abandon ship drill; each man providing in accordance with watch quarter and station bill. 10:06 Held man over-board drill. - 10:10 Recovered buoy. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from Southern Dairies and K.K. Greenburg Produce Co. Conducted regular monthly powder test of broken down charge. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 8:00 Anchor watch mustered and instructed. All departments reported secure for the night. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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Leo C. Mueller Commander - Mrs. Lynne G. Mueller; 1101 SE 6th St, Fort Lauderdale Phone - 485-W

John P Crowley Lieutenant - Mrs. Hazel P. Crowley, 1126 SE 7th St. Fort Lauderdale Phone - 431-J

Chester M Anderson Lieutenant - Mrs Helen M Anderson, 4154 Redmont Ave - Apt. 15 Oakland Cal.

Edmund E Fahey Ensign - Mrs. Grace A. Fahey, Lauderdale Arms Apts., Fort Lauderdale Phone Ftdle 9105

True G Miller Ensign - Mother, Mrs. Margaret Miller, 2500 Elm Ave Long Beach, Calif.

Horace B Deets Chief Machinist - Mrs. Hannah L. Deets, 3202 Avon Ave Baltimore Md

Peder M. Pedersen Boatswain - Mrs Grace Pedersen 708 SE 6th Court, For Lauderdale

Leonard S. Southall Machinist - Mrs. Leona Southall, 704 SE 6th Court Fort Lauderdale

Philip A. Krugler Pay Clerk (T) - Mrs Mary A Krugler, 408-SW 20th Sts. Phila. Pa


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LOGS FOR JUNE 1932


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable Darnell ACL Kennedy AL Moore Rosso


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1 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 9:20 Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from A. and P. Tea Company. 9:30 Held quarters, followed by signal drill and beach apparatus instruction. 10:40 Leo F LeGault, (106-262) PhM 1c, reported on board from one (1) day leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date 11:15 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Edward P Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c; Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox.; Francis E Kirk, (105-955) Seaman, 1c; and Henry B. Lake, (206-137), AS for appearing on deck not in uniform of the day on Sunday, 29 May, 1932 and these men were duly warned. Also in the case of Alex Banyas (201-155) Sea, 2c, for insolence to a chief petty officer on Monday, 30 May, 1932 and awarded him the punishment of ten (10) hours extra duty and ten (10) days restriction to the limit of the ship. 11:30 Officers and men received pay and allowances for period from 13 May to 31 May, 1932, inclusive. 1:00 Granted pay-day liberty to starboard watch expiring at 8:00am tomorrow. 1:00 Commanding officeer granted leaves of absence to the following listed men, for the period set opposite thier names, respectively, all of whom left the ship:- Frank H Barnett, (100-561), GM 1c, five days, expiring before noon, 7 June 1932. George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c, fifteen (15) days, expiring before noon, 17 June, 1932. Marion W. Wood, (111-206), WT 2c, fifteen (15) days, expiring before noon, 17 June, 1932. Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox, twenty (20) days, expiring before noon, 22 June, 1932. Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, five (5) days, expiring before noon, 7 June, 1932. Swen S. Rhodes, (109-782), Sea 2c, five (5) days, expiring before noon, 7 June, 1932. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

Leo F LeGault, (106-262) PhM 1c - reported on board from one (1) day leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date

Edward P Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c - 11:15 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Edward P Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c; Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox.; Francis E Kirk, (105-955) Seaman, 1c; and Henry B. Lake, (206-137), AS for appearing on deck not in uniform of the day on Sunday, 29 May, 1932 and these men were duly warned. Also in the case of Alex Banyas (201-155) Sea, 2c, for insolence to a chief petty officer on Monday, 30 May, 1932 and awarded him the punishment of ten (10) hours extra duty and ten (10) days restriction to the limit of the ship.

Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox. - 11:15 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Edward P Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c; Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox.; Francis E Kirk, (105-955) Seaman, 1c; and Henry B. Lake, (206-137), AS for appearing on deck not in uniform of the day on Sunday, 29 May, 1932 and these men were duly warned. Also in the case of Alex Banyas (201-155) Sea, 2c, for insolence to a chief petty officer on Monday, 30 May, 1932 and awarded him the punishment of ten (10) hours extra duty and ten (10) days restriction to the limit of the ship.

Francis E Kirk, (105-955) Seaman, 1c - 11:15 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Edward P Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c; Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox.; Francis E Kirk, (105-955) Seaman, 1c; and Henry B. Lake, (206-137), AS for appearing on deck not in uniform of the day on Sunday, 29 May, 1932 and these men were duly warned. Also in the case of Alex Banyas (201-155) Sea, 2c, for insolence to a chief petty officer on Monday, 30 May, 1932 and awarded him the punishment of ten (10) hours extra duty and ten (10) days restriction to the limit of the ship.

Henry B. Lake, (206-137), AS - 11:15 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Edward P Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c; Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox.; Francis E Kirk, (105-955) Seaman, 1c; and Henry B. Lake, (206-137), AS for appearing on deck not in uniform of the day on Sunday, 29 May, 1932 and these men were duly warned. Also in the case of Alex Banyas (201-155) Sea, 2c, for insolence to a chief petty officer on Monday, 30 May, 1932 and awarded him the punishment of ten (10) hours extra duty and ten (10) days restriction to the limit of the ship.

Alex Banyas (201-155) Sea, 2c - 11:15 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Edward P Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c; Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox.; Francis E Kirk, (105-955) Seaman, 1c; and Henry B. Lake, (206-137), AS for appearing on deck not in uniform of the day on Sunday, 29 May, 1932 and these men were duly warned. Also in the case of Alex Banyas (201-155) Sea, 2c, for insolence to a chief petty officer on Monday, 30 May, 1932 and awarded him the punishment of ten (10) hours extra duty and ten (10) days restriction to the limit of the ship.

Frank H Barnett, (100-561), GM 1c - 1:00 Commanding officeer granted leaves of absence to the following listed men, for the period set opposite thier names, respectively, all of whom left the ship:- Frank H Barnett, (100-561), GM 1c, five days, expiring before noon, 7 June 1932. George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c, fifteen (15) days, expiring before noon, 17 June, 1932. Marion W. Wood, (111-206), WT 2c, fifteen (15) days, expiring before noon, 17 June, 1932. Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox, twenty (20) days, expiring before noon, 22 June, 1932. Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, five (5) days, expiring before noon, 7 June, 1932. Swen S. Rhodes, (109-782), Sea 2c, five (5) days, expiring before noon, 7 June, 1932.

George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c - 1:00 Commanding officeer granted leaves of absence to the following listed men, for the period set opposite thier names, respectively, all of whom left the ship:- Frank H Barnett, (100-561), GM 1c, five days, expiring before noon, 7 June 1932. George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c, fifteen (15) days, expiring before noon, 17 June, 1932. Marion W. Wood, (111-206), WT 2c, fifteen (15) days, expiring before noon, 17 June, 1932. Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox, twenty (20) days, expiring before noon, 22 June, 1932. Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, five (5) days, expiring before noon, 7 June, 1932. Swen S. Rhodes, (109-782), Sea 2c, five (5) days, expiring before noon, 7 June, 1932.

Marion W. Wood, (111-206), WT 2c - 1:00 Commanding officeer granted leaves of absence to the following listed men, for the period set opposite thier names, respectively, all of whom left the ship:- Frank H Barnett, (100-561), GM 1c, five days, expiring before noon, 7 June 1932. George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c, fifteen (15) days, expiring before noon, 17 June, 1932. Marion W. Wood, (111-206), WT 2c, fifteen (15) days, expiring before noon, 17 June, 1932. Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox, twenty (20) days, expiring before noon, 22 June, 1932. Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, five (5) days, expiring before noon, 7 June, 1932. Swen S. Rhodes, (109-782), Sea 2c, five (5) days, expiring before noon, 7 June, 1932.

Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox - 1:00 Commanding officeer granted leaves of absence to the following listed men, for the period set opposite thier names, respectively, all of whom left the ship:- Frank H Barnett, (100-561), GM 1c, five days, expiring before noon, 7 June 1932. George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c, fifteen (15) days, expiring before noon, 17 June, 1932. Marion W. Wood, (111-206), WT 2c, fifteen (15) days, expiring before noon, 17 June, 1932. Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox, twenty (20) days, expiring before noon, 22 June, 1932. Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, five (5) days, expiring before noon, 7 June, 1932. Swen S. Rhodes, (109-782), Sea 2c, five (5) days, expiring before noon, 7 June, 1932.

Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c - 1:00 Commanding officeer granted leaves of absence to the following listed men, for the period set opposite thier names, respectively, all of whom left the ship:- Frank H Barnett, (100-561), GM 1c, five days, expiring before noon, 7 June 1932. George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c, fifteen (15) days, expiring before noon, 17 June, 1932. Marion W. Wood, (111-206), WT 2c, fifteen (15) days, expiring before noon, 17 June, 1932. Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox, twenty (20) days, expiring before noon, 22 June, 1932. Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, five (5) days, expiring before noon, 7 June, 1932. Swen S. Rhodes, (109-782), Sea 2c, five (5) days, expiring before noon, 7 June, 1932.

Swen S. Rhodes, (109-782), Sea 2c - 1:00 Commanding officeer granted leaves of absence to the following listed men, for the period set opposite thier names, respectively, all of whom left the ship:- Frank H Barnett, (100-561), GM 1c, five days, expiring before noon, 7 June 1932. George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c, fifteen (15) days, expiring before noon, 17 June, 1932. Marion W. Wood, (111-206), WT 2c, fifteen (15) days, expiring before noon, 17 June, 1932. Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox, twenty (20) days, expiring before noon, 22 June, 1932. Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, five (5) days, expiring before noon, 7 June, 1932. Swen S. Rhodes, (109-782), Sea 2c, five (5) days, expiring before noon, 7 June, 1932.

4:00PM to Midnight. Performed usual routine 8:00 Received eight o'clock reports and secured vessel for night. Anchor watch mustered and isntructed. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Kennedy AL Moore Rosso Barnett Duane Wood Bobowiec Wheeler Rhodes


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2 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time discription, zone plus five. 6:00AM Called all hands - morning orders carried out. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by resuscitation drill for all hands. 10:00 Dismissed from quarters. 11:00 Received from Coast Guard Store, New York, via Clyde Steamship Company and truck from Section Base Six, clothing as per Government Bill of Lading T-151577. 11:10 Directors of the Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce aboard to officially welcome the Unalga to Fort Lauderdale and pay respect to the Commanding Officer. * 1:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 3:00 Held boat drill under oars for deck and engineer's force. 3:45 Secured from boat drill. *12:15 D.D. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c returned from inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Received from the A. and P. Company and the Blue Ribbon Bakery Company, subsistence stores for general mess, as per invoice. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

D.D. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1c - returned from inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

4:00PM to Midnight 8:00 All departments reported secure; anchor watch mustered and instructed. Performed routine duties. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Kennedy AL Moore Rosso Barnett Duane Wood Bobowiec Wheeler Rhodes


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3 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. Performed morning routine duties. * 8:15 Landing force ashore for infantry drill. 9:00 Landing force aboard. *8:00 Liberty party returned on time. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; condition dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by general quarters and gun drill. 9:45 Sounded fire alarm - 9-45-35 first water. 9:48 Secured. 9:53 Sounded collision alarm. 9-57-30 Collision mat in place. 9:58 Secured. 10:20 Held boat drill under oars. Tested Franklin lifebuoys and magazine flood cocks and found both in good working order. 10:30 Issued clothing to crew. 1:00 Max L. Smith (109-700), CC Std, left on twenty (20) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Crew employed painting hatches, deck fittings, and in general work about the ship. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Max L. Smith (109-700), CC Std - left on twenty (20) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Kennedy AL Moore Rosso Barnett Duane Wood Bobowiec Wheeler Rhodes Smith


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4 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Zone description plus five. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine preparing vessel for Commanding Officer's inspection. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Ship's force employed variously preparing ship for inspection 10:30 Commanding officer inspected vessel throughout. 11:00 Members of the City Commission of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, paid visit to the ship to officially welcome the UNALGA to it's present station and pay their respects to the Commanding Officer. 1:00 Granted liberty to the port watch expiring at 10:00am tomorrow. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the Southern Dairy and William McWilliam Co. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

4:00PM to MIDNIGHT Performed usual routine. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Kennedy AL Moore Rosso Barnett Duane Wood Bobowiec Wheeler Rhodes Smith


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5 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone discription, zone plus five Performed usual Sunday mornign routine Chester McP Anderson Lieut

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. 10:15 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Observed Sunday routine. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Kennedy AL Moore Rosso Barnett Duane Wood Bobowiec Wheeler Smith


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6 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. Performed routine duties. 7:00 Swen S. Rhodes (108-782) Sea 2c returned from (4) four days leave of absence. 8:00 Liberty party returned to ship on time, except Charles L. Mandik (206-142) AS who is absent without leave. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Swen S. Rhodes (108-782) Sea 2c - returned from (4) four days leave of absence.

Charles L. Mandik (206-142) AS - 8:00 Liberty party returned to ship on time, except Charles L. Mandik (206-142) AS who is absent without leave.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. * Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; condition dry and normal. 9:05 Charles L. Mandik (206-142), AS returned on board having been absent one (1) hour and five (5) minutes after the expiration of his liberty. Excuse accepted. 9:30 Held quarters followed by general quarters and gun drill. 9:51 Sounded collision alarm. - 9:54 Collision mat in place. 10:01 Sounded fire alarm - 10:02 Water on first hose. 10:08 Held signal drill for quartermasters. 10:37 Held boat drill for deck force and engineer's force. 11:15 Held infantry drill on shore. 2:00 Jessie M. Moore (107-476), Sea 2c, granted five (5) day's extension of leave of absence. Crew employed at drills and at general work about the vessel. *9:00 Lieutenant C.M. Anderson detached from duty and assigned as aide to Division Commander during Cuba Day celebration; authority verbal orders Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Charles L. Mandik (206-142), AS - returned on board having been absent one (1) hour and five (5) minutes after the expiration of his liberty. Excuse accepted.

Jessie M. Moore (107-476), Sea 2c - granted five (5) day's extension of leave of absence.

Lieutenant C.M. Anderson - detached from duty and assigned as aide to Division Commander during Cuba Day celebration; authority verbal orders Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long -80.48

AH Gable ACL Kennedy AL Moore Rosso Duane Wood Bobowiec Smith


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7 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 8:42 Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, * came on board in connection with Cuba Day celebration. *Captain C.F. Howell T.G. Miller, Ensign

Captain C.F. Howell - 8:42 Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, * came on board in connection with Cuba Day celebration. *Captain C.F. Howell

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 9:08 Cuban cruiser "PATRIA" and gunboat "JUAN BRUNO ZAYAS" stood in to Port Everglades, Florida. * 9:33 Cuban cruiser "PATRIA" fired (21) twenty-one gun salute. 9:37 Returned salute in accordance with article 2222, Regulations US Coast Guard. 9:55 Captain Rufus Zogbaum, Commandant, US Naval Station Pensacola, Florida, paid official call. 10:00 Howard F. Wheeler (110-939) F 1c returned from five (5) days leave of absence on time. 10:02 Captain C.F. Howell USCG, Captain Rufus Zogbaum, US Navy, Colonel T.G. Roberts, US Army, and Commander L.C. Mueller, US Coast Guard, left ship officially to pay official call on General Alberto Herrera, Chief of Staff of the Cuban Army, aboard the Cuban gunboat, "JUAN BRUNO ZAYAS". 10:35 The Commanding Officer returned aboard. 11:00 All hands to quarters followed by signal drill. 11:10 Frank H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c returned from five (5) days leave of absence. 11:45 Secured from quarters. 1:50 Commander Eugenio Urquiaga, Commanding Cruiser "PATRIA", aboard officially, rendered side honors. 2:15 Commanding Officer, "PATRIA" ashore. 2:40 Captain Armando Castellanos, Aide to General Herrera, returned morning call, rendered side honors. 3:00 Captain Armando Castellanos ashore. 3:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. *9:30 Colonel T.G. Roberts, US Army, paid official call. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Cuban cruiser "PATRIA" - 9:08 Cuban cruiser "PATRIA" and gunboat "JUAN BRUNO ZAYAS" stood in to Port Everglades, Florida.

gunboat "JUAN BRUNO ZAYAS" - 9:08 Cuban cruiser "PATRIA" and gunboat "JUAN BRUNO ZAYAS" stood in to Port Everglades, Florida.

Cuban cruiser "PATRIA" - 9:33 Cuban cruiser "PATRIA" fired (21) twenty-one gun salute.

Captain Rufus Zogbaum, Commandant, US Naval Station Pensacola, Florida - paid official call.

Howard F. Wheeler (110-939) F 1c - returned from five (5) days leave of absence on time.

Colonel T.G. Roberts, US Army - 10:02 Captain C.F. Howell USCG, Captain Rufus Zogbaum, US Navy, Colonel T.G. Roberts, US Army, and Commander L.C. Mueller, US Coast Guard, left ship officially to pay official call on General Alberto Herrera, Chief of Staff of the Cuban Army, aboard the Cuban gunboat, "JUAN BRUNO ZAYAS".

Captain C.F. Howell USCG - 10:02 Captain C.F. Howell USCG, Captain Rufus Zogbaum, US Navy, Colonel T.G. Roberts, US Army, and Commander L.C. Mueller, US Coast Guard, left ship officially to pay official call on General Alberto Herrera, Chief of Staff of the Cuban Army, aboard the Cuban gunboat, "JUAN BRUNO ZAYAS".

Captain Rufus Zogbaum, US Navy - 10:02 Captain C.F. Howell USCG, Captain Rufus Zogbaum, US Navy, Colonel T.G. Roberts, US Army, and Commander L.C. Mueller, US Coast Guard, left ship officially to pay official call on General Alberto Herrera, Chief of Staff of the Cuban Army, aboard the Cuban gunboat, "JUAN BRUNO ZAYAS".

Commander L.C. Mueller, US Coast Guard - 10:02 Captain C.F. Howell USCG, Captain Rufus Zogbaum, US Navy, Colonel T.G. Roberts, US Army, and Commander L.C. Mueller, US Coast Guard, left ship officially to pay official call on General Alberto Herrera, Chief of Staff of the Cuban Army, aboard the Cuban gunboat, "JUAN BRUNO ZAYAS".

General Alberto Herrera, Chief of Staff of the Cuban Army - 10:02 Captain C.F. Howell USCG, Captain Rufus Zogbaum, US Navy, Colonel T.G. Roberts, US Army, and Commander L.C. Mueller, US Coast Guard, left ship officially to pay official call on General Alberto Herrera, Chief of Staff of the Cuban Army, aboard the Cuban gunboat, "JUAN BRUNO ZAYAS".

Cuban gunboat, "JUAN BRUNO ZAYAS" - 10:02 Captain C.F. Howell USCG, Captain Rufus Zogbaum, US Navy, Colonel T.G. Roberts, US Army, and Commander L.C. Mueller, US Coast Guard, left ship officially to pay official call on General Alberto Herrera, Chief of Staff of the Cuban Army, aboard the Cuban gunboat, "JUAN BRUNO ZAYAS".

Frank H. Barnett (100-561) GM 1c - returned from five (5) days leave of absence.

Commander Eugenio Urquiaga - Commanding Cruiser "PATRIA", aboard officially, rendered side honors.

Captain Armando Castellanos, Aide to General Herrera - returned morning call, rendered side honors.

Captain Armando Castellanos - ashore.

Colonel T.G. Roberts, US Army - paid official call.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. 7:00 William A. Pope (108-479), MA 1c, arrested by civil authorities, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for reckless driving, released in custody of Executive Officer pending trial. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

William A. Pope (108-479), MA 1c - arrested by civil authorities, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for reckless driving, released in custody of Executive Officer pending trial.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long -80.48

AH Gable AL Rosso Duane Wood Bobowiec Smith


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8 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:30 Held boat drill under oars for deck and engineers force. 9:00 Secured from boat drill. Corliss L. Fitzgerald (103-534) Y 2c transferred to Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida for inpatient treatment, reason acute tonsillitis. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Corliss L. Fitzgerald (103-534) Y 2c - transferred to Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida for inpatient treatment, reason acute tonsillitis.

9:00AM to 4:00pm. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples condition dry and normal. 9:30 held Quarters followed by Resuscitation drill 10:00 secured from drill 10:05 Commanding officer left vessel, calling officially on Commanding officer of Cuban Cruiser "Patria" 10:22 Jessie M. Moore (107-476) Sea 2cl. returned on board from 25 days leave of absence granted by Commanding officer. 10:42 Commanding officer returned on board. 11:00 Paul T. Kennedy, BM 1cl. (105-668) reported on board for duty in accordance with HQ letter of May 25 - 1932. (73-701-531) and Commandant Depot letter June 6 - 1932. having previously reported to Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area. at 6:30pm June 7 - 1932 11:15 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of William A. Pope (108-479) M Att 1cl., who having been arrested on the night of June 7th by Civil authorities at Fort Lauderdale for reckless driving, and was restricted to the ship untill further orders 1:00pm Liberty granted to men of the port watch in the Landing force same to expire at 4:30pm. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Cuban Cruiser "Patria" - 10:05 Commanding officer left vessel, calling officially on Commanding officer of Cuban Cruiser "Patria"

Jessie M. Moore (107-476) Sea 2cl. - returned on board from 25 days leave of absence granted by Commanding officer.

Paul T. Kennedy, BM 1cl. (105-668) - reported on board for duty in accordance with HQ letter of May 25 - 1932. (73-701-531) and Commandant Depot letter June 6 - 1932. having previously reported to Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area. at 6:30pm June 7 - 1932

William A. Pope (108-479) M Att 1cl. - 11:15 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of William A. Pope (108-479) M Att 1cl., who having been arrested on the night of June 7th by Civil authorities at Fort Lauderdale for reckless driving, and was restricted to the ship untill further orders

9:00pm to Mid 6:09 Landing force left vessel to participate in parade held at Hollywood Fla. in honor of Cuba Day. 7:55 Landing Force returned on board. granted liberty to port watch untill 8:00AM to Morrow; Ran~. 12:00 Secured Radio watch untill 6:00AM, Due the fact that Marvin F. Mohler (107-439) RM 1cl. was reported and found to be sick and unable to stand his watch, Officer of the Deck. notified the Communication Center at Division Headquarters and same took over watch from Midnight untill 6:AM to Morrow P.M. Pedersen Btsw

Marvin F. Mohler (107-439) RM 1cl. - 12:00 Secured Radio watch untill 6:00AM, Due the fact that Marvin F. Mohler (107-439) RM 1cl. was reported and found to be sick and unable to stand his watch, Officer of the Deck. notified the Communication Center at Division Headquarters and same took over watch from Midnight untill 6:AM to Morrow


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port lauderdale florida

Lat 29.9, Long -80.48

AH Gable Fitzgerald AL Rosso Duane Wood Bobowiec Smith


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9 June 1932

port everglades fla

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Mid to 9:00AM Moored as before at Port Everglades Fla. Time zone +5. Carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:00 Boat drill under oars for deck force 8:30 secured from boat drill. P.M. Pedersen Btsw

9:00AM to 4:00PM. * 9:00 Marvin F. Mohler (107-439), RM 1c sent to Memorial Hospital of Fort Lauderdale for inpatient treatment. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; condition dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by gun and pistol drills. 11:30 Wound ship. 2:00 John Stetz (206-135), AS, left on ten (10) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Boyde S. Putman (108-597), GM 2c, left on three (3) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Crew employed in general work about the ship. *9:00 Radio watch secured and guard taken over by communication center in accordance with article 1130, Communication Instructions; there being only two radiomen on board. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Marvin F. Mohler (107-439), RM 1c - sent to Memorial Hospital of Fort Lauderdale for inpatient treatment.

John Stetz (206-135), AS - left on ten (10) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Boyde S. Putman (108-597), GM 2c - left on three (3) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 7:05 Cuban naval vessels PATRIA and JUAN BRUNO ZAYAS unmoored and stood out to sea. 8:00 Edward E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c, left on twenty (20) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. T.G. Miller, Ensign

PATRIA - 7:05 Cuban naval vessels PATRIA and JUAN BRUNO ZAYAS unmoored and stood out to sea.

JUAN BRUNO ZAYAS - 7:05 Cuban naval vessels PATRIA and JUAN BRUNO ZAYAS unmoored and stood out to sea.

Edward E. Brown (101-348), CM 1c - left on twenty (20) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.


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miami florida

Lat 29.9, Long -80.2

AH Mohler Fitzgerald Gable AL Rosso Duane Wood Bobowiec Smith Brown Putman Stetz

oil: 20327.16 - Fuel Oil. Received 20327.16 Expended 1290.16 On hand 38897


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10 June 1932

out of port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before. Time zone description plus five (+5) 12:05 Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler left on fifteen (15) days' leave of absence granted by Headquarters. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 6:00 Held boat drill under oars. * 8:30 Lieutenant C.M. Anderson completed duties of aide to Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area and resumed regular station on board. *8:00 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler - left on fifteen (15) days' leave of absence granted by Headquarters.

Lieutenant C.M. Anderson - completed duties of aide to Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area and resumed regular station on board.

8:00AM to Meridian Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flood cock and made forthnightly inspection of replacement samples, conditions good. Tested releasing gear on Franklin buoys and found same to be in good working order. 9:10 Unmoored and stood out of Port Everglades, Florida at 75 rpm 9:25 set course 179° pgc at 105 rpm, streamed log reading 10.0 10:53 (27.6) Changed course to 190° pgc. 11:16 Hauled in log reading 32.2 E.E. Fahey, Ensign

MERIDIAN to 4:00PM. Standing up main channel towards Miami on various courses and speeds 12:23, Moored to wharf of Belcher Oil Company, Miami, Florida 1:03, Commenced taking fuel oil on board from Belcher Oil Company, draft forward 10'9", aft 14'3". 1:57, Completed fueling, having received 19067.16 gallons; draft forward 12'2", aft 14'4". 2:58, Unmoored and underway, standing down main ship channel on various courses and speeds, to sea. * 3:47 Anchorage Bouy "WS" bearing 288° true, distance 1/4' mile, set course 0° by gyro compass at 110 rpm. [x] *3:15 Held quarters, followed by Signal drill. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

coal: 19067.16 gallons - 1:57, Completed fueling, having received 19067.16 gallons

4:00PM to MIDNIGHT On course 0° pgc as before at 110 rpm 4:53 changed course to 325° pgc and stood into Lake Mabel channel. 5:30 Moored, to south side of slip, Port Everglades, Florida. 5:45 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

[x] Honorably discharged Vincent Janik, (106-323), WT 2c, upon expiration of full term of enlistment. Issued him discharge No. A-31335 and paid him on voucher.

Vincent Janik, (106-323), WT 2c - Honorably discharged Vincent Janik, (106-323), WT 2c, upon expiration of full term of enlistment. Issued him discharge No. A-31335 and paid him on voucher.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable Mohler Fitzgerald AL Rosso Duane Wood Bobowiec Smith Brown Putman Stetz


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11 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before, at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. 6:00 All hands. Ship's force carried out regular Saturday routine preparatory to commanding officer's inspection 8:00 Liberty party all returned on time Chester McP Anderson Lieut

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample, conditions dry and normal. Crew engaged in preparing ship for inspection. 10:30 The Commanding Officer made weekly inspection of ship. 1:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 9:00AM tomorrow. Vincent Janik (105-323), WT 2cl., reenlisted this date in the regular establishment for a period of (2) two years. Authority, Article 322 US Coast Guard Regulations. Received subsistence stores, for general mess, from The A. and P. Company and The Blue Ribbon Bakery, as per invoice. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Vincent Janik (105-323), WT 2cl. - reenlisted this date in the regular establishment for a period of (2) two years. Authority, Article 322 US Coast Guard Regulations.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. 4:00 D.D. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1cl. restored to liberty status by Commanding Officer, due to findings of coroner's jury, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

D.D. Darnell (102-642) Sea 1cl. - restored to liberty status by Commanding Officer, due to findings of coroner's jury, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable Mohler Fitzgerald AL Rosso Duane Wood Bobowiec Smith Brown Putman Stetz


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12 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. Carried out Sunday morning routine. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; condition dry and normal. 9:00 All liberty party returned on time. 10:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from Southern Dairies and The Great A&P Tea Company. Observed the Sabbath. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight No remarks. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable Mohler AL Rosso Wood Bobowiec Smith Brown Stetz


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13 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). 6:00 All hands. Carried out morning routine. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. Held boat drill under oars for deck division. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00pm. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by General Quarters. 9:43 Secured from General Quarters 9:47 Sounded Collision Quarters 9:50 Mat in place. 9:55 Sounded Fire Alarm. 9:57 first water. 9:58 Secured from Fire Drill. 10:02 Secured from Quarters. 10:05 George P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c returned on board from eleven (11) Days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 10:40 Corliss L. Fitzgerald (103-534) Y 2c reported on board from Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale Florida, awaiting orders for further transfer to Marine Hospital #10, Key West Florida for continuation of treatment. 11:35 Boyde S. Putman (108-597) GM 2c returned on board from three (3) Days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 1:00 Arthur J. Carr (101-806) MM 1c was this date honorably Discharged by reason of expiration of full term of enlistment, issued Honorable Discharge number A-31336, Authority Article 4272(a) Regulation 1:35 Corliss L. Fitzgerald (103-534) Y 2c transferred to US Marine Hospital #10 at Key West Florida for inpatient treatment, issued transportation request #T 748-471. 4:00 received on board from Commandant Depot, via American Railroad express, on Government Bill of Lading T 138049, one (1) Bridge Awning. Received Commissary stores, for General Mess as per invoices from A and P Tea Co and Wright and Van Wyke Co. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

George P. Duane (103-079) MM 1c - returned on board from eleven (11) Days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Corliss L. Fitzgerald (103-534) Y 2c - reported on board from Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale Florida, awaiting orders for further transfer to Marine Hospital #10, Key West Florida for continuation of treatment.

Boyde S. Putman (108-597) GM 2c - returned on board from three (3) Days leave granted by Commanding Officer.

Arthur J. Carr (101-806) MM 1c - was this date honorably Discharged by reason of expiration of full term of enlistment, issued Honorable Discharge number A-31336, Authority Article 4272(a) Regulation

Corliss L. Fitzgerald (103-534) Y 2c - transferred to US Marine Hospital #10 at Key West Florida for inpatient treatment, issued transportation request #T 748-471.

4:00PM to MIDNIGHT 4:15 Received fifty (50) gallon's kerosene from H.C. Sinclair Oil and Refining Co. 4:30 Granted liberty to the starboard watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 4:30 Machinist L.S. Southall left ship on ten (10) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Machinist L.S. Southall - left ship on ten (10) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable AL Wood Bobowiec Smith Brown Stetz


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14 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

MIDNIGHT to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. 6:00AM All hands. Ship's force carried out morning routine 8:00AM Liberty party all returned on time 8:00AM Held boat drill under oars for deck force. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 1:30 Quarters followed by gun drill for gun's crews and signal drill for remainder of crew. 10:40 Marvin F. Mohler, (107-439), RM 1c, reported aboard from inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida; disability not due to own misconduct. 11:25 Thomas Rosso, (109-011), CRM(a), returned from fifteen (15) days leave of absence on time. 12:00 Started continuous radio watch on 500 and 2676 kilocylces. 1:30 Returned six pounder repriming tool to Section Base #6, US Coast Guard. Arthur J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c, reenlisted this date in the regular establishment for a period of two (2) years. Authority, article 322, Regulations, US Coast Guard. Received from Southern Dairies Inc., commissary stores for general mess, as per invoice. Deck force engaged in scraping gunwhaler starboard motor launch; cleaning ship's boats; cleaning and greasing turnbuckles; and painting about superstructure. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Marvin F. Mohler, (107-439), RM 1c - reported aboard from inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida; d

Thomas Rosso, (109-011), CRM(a) - returned from fifteen (15) days leave of absence on time.

Arthur J. Carr (101-806), MM 1c - reenlisted this date in the regular establishment for a period of two (2) years. Authority, article 322, Regulations, US Coast Guard.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 4:35 William A. Pope, (108-479), MA 1c, restored to liberty status by order of the Commanding Officer. Performed routine duties. 9:45 The USCGC PERRY stood in and moored at north dock. 7:45 Received, Alcoast, message, eighteen, 0214-1540, that Harry G. Hamlet was sworn in and assumed duty as, Read Admiral, Commandant of the Coast Guard. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

William A. Pope, (108-479), MA 1c - restored to liberty status by order of the Commanding Officer.

USCGC PERRY - 9:45 The USCGC PERRY stood in and moored at north dock.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable AL Wood Bobowiec Smith Brown Stetz


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15 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. 6:00 All hands. Carried out morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Airred bedding. Held boat drill under oars for petty officers. 8:35 Secured from boat drill. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; condition dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by resuscitation drill. 10:21 Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, sent to Memorial Hospital for in-patient treatment. 10:45 John J. Tautkus, (110-161), Sea 1c, transferred to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for assignment to duty in accordance with letter, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 11 June, 1932, (73-701). Paid in full by vouchers. 12:01 John S. Fugate, (103-745), MM 2c, left on twenty (20) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 12:45 Boyde S. Putnam, (108-597), RM 2c, left for in-patient treatment at Memorial Hospital. Crew employed chipping and painting waterways on on spardeck and in general work about the ship. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c - sent to Memorial Hospital for in-patient treatment.

John J. Tautkus, (110-161), Sea 1c - transferred to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for assignment to duty in accordance with letter, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 11 June, 1932, (73-701). Paid in full by vouchers.

John S. Fugate, (103-745), MM 2c - left on twenty (20) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Boyde S. Putnam, (108-597), RM 2c - left for in-patient treatment at Memorial Hospital.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Putnam Gable Gossett AL Wood Bobowiec Smith Brown Stetz Fugate


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16 June 1932

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before. Time zone description plus five (+5). 6:00 All hands carried out morning routine 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. Deck force held boat drill. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters, followed by signal drill, small arm firing instruction and boat drill under sail. 9:45 Oswald C. Brooks, (101-325), Sea 1c, reported on board for duty from Section Base Six, in compliance with letter, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, dated 11 June, 1932 (73-701). 11:45 Received shipment of 200 feet of Gyro repeater cable on Class X requisition, dated 24 May, 1932 (RS&RB #7808), reshipped from Depot on Govt B/L T 138.038, via Seaboard Air Line 12:20 Received boatswain's stores as per class VI invoice, dated 10 May, 1932 (CGS 3311), from CG Store, via Clyde Line, Govt B/L T 151617. Received small stores as per class II invoice dated 4 May, 1932 (CGS-16432-1), included as part shipment with boatswain's stores, noted above, Bill of Lading T 151,617 Received commissary stores from Southern Dairies and A&P Tea Co., as per invoices, for the general mess. Deck force engaged in chipping, painting, holy-stoning welldeck various cross-pointing and canvas work and overhaul of boats. Headquarter's Approval of Deck Court #1, in case of Henry B Lake, (206-132), AS Received and his pay will be checked seven dollars ($7.00) Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Oswald C. Brooks, (101-325), Sea 1c - reported on board for duty from Section Base Six, in compliance with letter, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, dated 11 June, 1932 (73-701).

Henry B Lake, (206-132), AS - Headquarter's Approval of Deck Court #1, in case of Henry B Lake, (206-132), AS Received and his pay will be checked seven dollars ($7.00)

4:00PM to Midnight Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Chester McP Anderson Lieut


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable Putnam Gossett AL Bobowiec Smith Brown Stetz Fugate


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17 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. 6:00 All hands. Ships force carried out morning routine for field day duties. 8:00 Liberty party all returned on time 8:00 Held boat drill for deck force. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flooding system and found same to be in good working order. 9:10 All hands aired bedding. 9:30 All hands to quarters followed by gun drill for gun crews and signal drill for remainder of crew. 10:00 Secured from quarters and held semaphore drill for quartermasters. 10:40 Marion W. Wood, (111-206), WT 2c, returned from (15) fifteen days leave of absence on time. 1:30 Marvin F. Mohler, (107-439), RM 1c, left ship on (10) ten days convalescent leave granted by Commanding Officer. Article 529 US Coast Guard Regulations and letter from Elliott M. Hendricks, AA Surgeon, USPHS, dated 15 June, 1932. 1:30 William B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, left ship on (10) ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 2:00 Discharged Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c, issued Bad Conduct Discharge this date in accordance with the sentence of Summary Court No 4493, approved and mitigated by the Department on 6 June, 1932 and Headquarters' letter, 6 June, 1932 (73). Article 458 US Coast Guard. Received commissary stores, from, Southern Dairies, Inc., and Blue Ribbon Bakery, for general mess, as per invoice. Deck force engaged in holystoning decks and general, field day, cleaning. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Marion W. Wood, (111-206), WT 2c - returned from (15) fifteen days leave of absence on time.

Marvin F. Mohler, (107-439), RM 1c - left ship on (10) ten days convalescent leave granted by Commanding Officer. Article 529 US Coast Guard Regulations and letter from Elliott M. Hendricks, AA Surgeon, USPHS, dated 15 June, 1932.

William B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c - left ship on (10) ten days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c - 2:00 Discharged Edward P. Hadlock, (104-430), BM 1c, issued Bad Conduct Discharge this date in accordance with the sentence of Summary Court No 4493, approved and mitigated by the Department on 6 June, 1932 and Headquarters' letter, 6 June, 1932 (73). Article 458 US Coast Guard.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Performed routine duties. 8:30 Tested all searchlights and found them in good working order. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ACL Mohler AH Gable Putnam AL Bobowiec Smith Brown Stetz Fugate DeVeny


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18 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. Performed morning routine duties. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; condition dry and normal. 10:30 Held general muster followed by Commanding Officer's inspection of vessel. 1:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 9:00AM tomorrow. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from Blue Ribbon Bakery and The Great A&P Tea Company. Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, reported on board having received medical treatment at US Marine Hospital No. 10, Key West, Florida, and granted three (3) days' convalescent leave by Commanding Officer. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c - reported on board having received medical treatment at US Marine Hospital No. 10, Key West, Florida, and granted three (3) days' convalescent leave by Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to Midnight No remarks. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable Putnam ACL Mohler Fitzgerald AL Bobowiec Smith Brown Stetz Fugate DeVeny


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19 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). 7:00 Carried out Sunday morning routine. 9:00 Swen S. Rhodes, (108-782), Sea 2c, failed to return from liberty. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Swen S. Rhodes, (108-782), Sea 2c - failed to return from liberty.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Swen S. Rhodes, (108-782), Sea 2c, reported on board thirty (30) minutes overleave after expiration of liberty. 10:00 Granted liberty to the starboard watch, expiring at 8:00am tomorrow Performed the usual routine and observed Sunday. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from the Southern Dairies and A&P Tea Co. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

Swen S. Rhodes, (108-782), Sea 2c - reported on board thirty (30) minutes overleave after expiration of liberty.

4:00PM to Midnight No remarks. Chester McP Anderson Lieut


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable Putnam Gossett ACL Mohler Fitzgerald AL Smith Brown Fugate DeVeny


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20 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. 6:00 All hands. Ship's force carried out morning routine. * 8:00 Liberty force all returned on time. Held boat drill for deck force. Ensign E.E. Fahey reported sick at home and requested medical treatment of USPHS surgeon. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut

Ensign E.E. Fahey - reported sick at home and requested medical treatment of USPHS surgeon.

9:00AM to 4:00pm. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples condition dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by General Quarters, 9:40 Secured from General Quarters, 9:43 Sounded Collision Quarters, 9:45:55 Mat in place. 9:50 Sounded Fire Quarters, 9:50:55 first water 10:00 Secured from Quarters. Held boat Drill under sail. 10:30 Secured from boat Drill. 11:00 Held Signal Drill for Quartermasters. 11:35 Francis Bobowiec, Cox., (103-220), reported on board from eighteen (18) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Deck force engaged in chipping and painting water ways, tarring down Rigging and variously employed about deck. Received Commissary Stores as per invoices from A and P Tea Co. and Wright and Van Wyk Co. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Francis Bobowiec, Cox., (103-220) - reported on board from eighteen (18) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to Mid 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch untill 8:00AM, to-Morrow. Routine. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

*6:40 John Stetz, (206-135), AS reported on board from ten (10) days leave of absence expiring at noon this day

John Stetz, (206-135), AS - reported on board from ten (10) days leave of absence expiring at noon this day


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Mohler Fitzgerald AL Smith Brown Fugate DeVeny


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21 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Mid to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Carried out Morning orders. 6:00 Ensign T.G. Miller left vessel, to act as observer at Target practice to be held at Base six (6), upon verbal orders of Commanding Officer "Unalga" 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:00 Held boat Drill for deck force, under oars. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Ensign T.G. Miller - left vessel, to act as observer at Target practice to be held at Base six (6), upon verbal orders of Commanding Officer "Unalga"

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; condition dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by gun and signal drills. 11:00 Commanding Officer held report mast in case of Swen Rhodes (108-782), Sea 2c, for being absent thirty (30) minutes after expiration of his liberty on 19 June, 1932; warned. 12:15 Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, reported on board having received in-patient treatment at Memorial Hospital for "Recurrent Syphilis, which is the result of his own misconduct and not an incident of the service. Enlistment extended six (6) days to cover period of absence from 15 June to 20 June, inclusive, 1932. Boyde S. Putnam, (108-597), RM 2c, returned from Memorial Hospital having received in-patient treatment. 1:05 Joseph L. St.Pierre, (109-104), Sea 1c, left on one (1) day's leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. "J." Lawrence Floyd, (103-577), F 1c, left on one (1) day's leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Crew employed in general work about the ship, chipping and painting waterways. Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from Blue Ribbon Bakery and The Southern Dairies. Received official word from A.A. Surg. Elliott M. Hendricks, that Ensign E.E. Fahey is suffering from a gastric ulcer necessitating confinement to his home. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Swen Rhodes (108-782), Sea 2c - 11:00 Commanding Officer held report mast in case of Swen Rhodes (108-782), Sea 2c, for being absent thirty (30) minutes after expiration of his liberty on 19 June, 1932; warned.

Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c - reported on board having received in-patient treatment at Memorial Hospital for "Recurrent Syphilis, which is the result of his own misconduct and not an incident of the service. Enlistment extended six (6) days to cover period of absence from 15 June to 20 June, inclusive, 1932.

Boyde S. Putnam, (108-597), RM 2c - returned from Memorial Hospital having received in-patient treatment.

Joseph L. St.Pierre, (109-104), Sea 1c - left on one (1) day's leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

"J." Lawrence Floyd, (103-577), F 1c - left on one (1) day's leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Ensign E.E. Fahey - Received official word from A.A. Surg. Elliott M. Hendricks, that Ensign E.E. Fahey is suffering from a gastric ulcer necessitating confinement to his home.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Mohler AL Smith Brown Fugate DeVeny St Pierre


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22 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 6:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). 6:00 Called all hands. T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00AM to 9:00AM. Ensign T.G. Miller left ship for duty as observer in pistol practice at Section Base Six. 6:30 All hands. Deck force carried out morning routine * 8:00 Liberty party all returned on time Held boat drill under oars for deck force Ensign E.E. Fahey, absent at home, confined there by instructions of A.A. Sur. Elliott M Hendricks, USPHS. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Ensign T.G. Miller - left ship for duty as observer in pistol practice at Section Base Six.

Ensign E.E. Fahey - absent at home, confined there by instructions of A.A. Sur. Elliott M Hendricks, USPHS.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by resuscitation drill Ships force employed in painting and chipping alleyways, various canvas work and in tarring down rigging. Quartermasters held signal drill. Received commissary stores from Southern Dairies Inc., Blue Ribbon Bakery Company and The Great A. and P. Tea Co., as per invoices 11:15 Ensign T.G. Miller returned to ship having completed duty at Base 6 for the day Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Ensign T.G. Miller - returned to ship having completed duty at Base 6 for the day

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 4:40 "J" Lawrence Floyd, (103-577), F 1c, reported on board from one day leave of absence, which was to have expired at noon, tomorrow. 12:00 Henry B Lake, (206,132), AS, found to be missing from the ship and absent from duty as anchor watch for the next two hours. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

"J" Lawrence Floyd, (103-577), F 1c - reported on board from one day leave of absence, which was to have expired at noon, tomorrow.

Henry B Lake, (206,132), AS - found to be missing from the ship and absent from duty as anchor watch for the next two hours.

*7:30 Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534) Y 2c, reported on board from three (3) days convalescent leave granted by Commanding Officer on 18 June, 1932.

Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534) Y 2c - reported on board from three (3) days convalescent leave granted by Commanding Officer on 18 June, 1932.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Mohler AL Smith Brown Fugate DeVeny AWOL Lake Solomon


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23 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before, at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five 6:00 All hands. Ships force carried out morning routine 6:00 Ensign T.G. Miller left ship for Base 6 for further duty as observer 8:00 Liberty party all returned on time except Louis Solomon, (204,081), AS. Henry B Lake, (206,132), AS still absent without leve from proper authority as reported at midnight. 8:00 Held infantry drill under arms. 8:30 Held bot drill under oars for deck force 8:40 Ensign E.E. Fahey reported aboard for duty from his home where he had been confined while sick. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Ensign T.G. Miller - left ship for Base 6 for further duty as observer

Louis Solomon, (204,081), AS - 8:00 Liberty party all returned on time except Louis Solomon, (204,081), AS.

Henry B Lake, (206,132), AS - still absent without leve from proper authority as reported at midnight.

Ensign E.E. Fahey - reported aboard for duty from his home where he had been confined while sick.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by clothing and locker inspections. 11:00 Secured from inspection. 11:00 Honorably discharged "J" Lawrence Floyd, (103-577), F 1c, this date by reason of expiration of enlistment. Issued him Honorable Discharge No. A-31337. Paid on voucher in full to and including date of discharge. 11:00 Held signal drill for Quartermasters. * 11:45 Joseph L. St. Pierre, (109-104), Sea 1c, returned from (1) one days leave of absence on time. Received stores from Naval Supply Depot, Hampton Roads, Virginia, as per invoice, (#596996). 3:25 Wound ship. *11:30 Ensign T.G. Miller returned from special duty at Section Base #6, US Coast Guard. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

"J" Lawrence Floyd, (103-577), F 1c - 11:00 Honorably discharged "J" Lawrence Floyd, (103-577), F 1c, this date by reason of expiration of enlistment. Issued him Honorable Discharge No. A-31337. Paid on voucher in full to and including date of discharge.

Joseph L. St. Pierre, (109-104), Sea 1c - returned from (1) one days leave of absence on time.

Ensign T.G. Miller - returned from special duty at Section Base #6, US Coast Guard.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starbord watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 8:00 Held blinker Drill for port watch. 8:20 Secured from blinker drill. 12:00 Henry B. Lake, (206-132) AS, is now absent without leave, from proper authority, twenty-four (24) hours. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Henry B. Lake, (206-132) AS - is now absent without leave, from proper authority, twenty-four (24) hours.


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port everglades florida

Lat 26.00, Long -80.08

AH Gable ACL Mohler AL Brown Fugate DeVeny AWOL Lake Solomon


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24 June 1932

the hallandale dome 220 pgc

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. Performed routine duties. 7:40 SS "QUIRIGUA" stood in and moored at north dock. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:00 Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS, is now twenty-four (24) hours over leave. 8:05 Machinist L.S. Southall returned from (9) nine days leave of absence. 8:30 Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler returned from (13) thirteen days leave of absence. 9:00 Tested, magazine flooding system, Frankling buoy releasing gear; found in good working order. Draft forward 11'6", aft 14'5". E.E. Fahey, Ensign

SS "QUIRIGUA" - stood in and moored at north dock.

Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS - is now twenty-four (24) hours over leave.

Machinist L.S. Southall - returned from (9) nine days leave of absence.

Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler - returned from (13) thirteen days leave of absence.

9:00AM to Meridian Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. 9:10 Radio Electrician (T) L.F. Donner, Jr, reported on board to calibrate radio direction finder in accordance with verbal orders Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area. 9:14 Unmoored and stood out of Port Everglades on channel course at various speeds. 9:30 Port Everglades sea buoy abeam, close aboard, to port. Changed course to 175° pgc. Ahead at standard speed 105 rpm. 10:15 Steered various courses while calibrating radio direction finder. Patrol boat PERRY acting as radio beacon. 11:25 Completed calibration of radio direction finder. 11:42 Anchored in seven (7) fathoms of water to forty (40) fathoms of starboard chain on the following bearings: Hollywood Beach Hotel 292° pgc and the The Hallandale Dome 220° pgc. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Radio Electrician (T) L.F. Donner, Jr - reported on board to calibrate radio direction finder in accordance with verbal orders Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area.

Patrol boat PERRY - acting as radio beacon.

Meridian to 4:00PM. 1:13 Weighed anchor and stood on course 200° pgc at 100 rpm. 1:20:30 Sounded alarm for man overboard; tossed box overboard; backed engines full. 1:23:45 Port surf boat in water. 1:26:15 Picked up box. 1:29 Hoisted port surf boat and secured from man-over-board drill. 1:40 Underway and course 16° pgc at 100 rpm. 1:45 Quarters followed by signal drill for all hands. 1:47 Sounded alarm to abandon ship. 1:57:45 All boats in water; and proceeded to hold boat drill; men left on board were the Commanding Officer and five (5) enlisted men. 2:39 Secured from abandon ship; all boats secured for sea. 2:55 Underway on various courses at 30 rpm to adjust the mechanical compensator on the Radio Direction Finder. 3:50 Secured from adjustments on Radio Direction Finder and headed for a point one thousand yards south of Port Everglades, gas and bell buoy to begin standardization trials. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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24 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

(CONTINUED)

4:00PM to Midnight On course 27° pgc; speed 105 rpm. 4:10 Commenced standardization runs. 5:48 Completed standardization runs. 5:53 Port Everglades sea buoy close aboard to port. Steered channel courses to dock in Port Everglades, Florida. 6:16 Moored port side to dock. Draft forward 11 ft 6 in, draft aft 14 ft. 1 in. 6:25 Max L. Smith, (109-700), CC Std, returned from twenty (20) days' leave of absence; having reported at Headquarters, Florida East Coast Patrol Area before noon this date. 6:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 12:00 Henry B. Lake, (206-132), AS, absent without leave, from proper authority, two (2) days. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Max L. Smith, (109-700), CC Std - returned from twenty (20) days' leave of absence; having reported at Headquarters, Florida East Coast Patrol Area before noon this date.

Henry B. Lake, (206-132), AS - absent without leave, from proper authority, two (2) days.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Mohler AWOL Solomon Lake AL Brown Fugate DeVeny


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25 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 8:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5) 6:00 Carried out morning routine preparing vessel for Commanding Officer's inspection. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS, absent over leave for a period of two (2) days. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS - absent over leave for a period of two (2) days.

8:00 to 4:00pm 8:30 Ensign T.G. Miller left ship for Base 6 for further duty as observer of Target practice held at that Base. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Ships force employed in preparation for inspection 10:30 Commanding Officer inspected ship throughout. 11:00 Received one rug, only item of Clas I Requisition dated 23 May, 1932, from Breslin Bros. Carpet Co., Gloucester, Mass; via American Express. This shipment was delivered without surrender of Govt. Bill of Lading No T 151276, upon which it had been shipped, but which document has not been received by this unit. 11:15 Ensign T.G. Miller returned from duty at Base 6 1:00 Cedric Davies, (201,047), Sea 1c left ship on three (3) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 29 June 1932. 1:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 9:00am tomorrow. Received commissary sotres, as per invoices, from the The Great A and P Tea Co., Blue Ribbon Bakery, City Ice Company and The Quality Grocery. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Ensign T.G. Miller - left ship for Base 6 for further duty as observer of Target practice held at that Base.

Ensign T.G. Miller - returned from duty at Base 6

Cedric Davies, (201,047), Sea 1c - left ship on three (3) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 29 June 1932.

4:00PM to Midnight No remarks 12: Henry B. Lake, (206-132), AS, absent without leave for three (3) days. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Henry B. Lake, (206-132), AS - absent without leave for three (3) days.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Mohler AWOL Solomon Lake AL Brown Fugate DeVeny Davies


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26 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before, Port Everglades, Florida, Time zone description, plus five. Performed usual Sunday morning routine. * 9:00 Liberty party all returned on time, except Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c. *8:00 Louis Solomon, (204,081), AS, absent after liberty has expired for period of three (3) days. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Louis Solomon, (204,081), AS - absent after liberty has expired for period of three (3) days.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Observed Sunday routine duties. 1:00 Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, returned four (4) hours overleave. E.E. Fahey, Ensign.

Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c - returned four (4) hours overleave.

4:00PM to Midnight No remarks. 12:00 Henry B. Lake, (206-132), AS, is absent without leave for four (4) days. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Henry B. Lake, (206-132), AS - is absent without leave for four (4) days.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable ACL Mohler AWOL Solomon Lake AL Brown Fugate DeVeny Davies


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27 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. Performed routine duties. * 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:00 Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS, absent after liberty has expired for a period of four (4) days. 8:05 Landing force ashore for infantry drill. 9:00 Secured from infantry drill. *Ensign T.G. Miller left, for Base #6, for duty as target practice observer at that base. E.E. Fahey, Ensign.

Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS - absent after liberty has expired for a period of four (4) days.

Ensign T.G. Miller - left, for Base #6, for duty as target practice observer at that base.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; condition dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by general quarters and gun drill. 10:05 Sounded collision alarm. - 10:09 Collision mat in place. 10:14 Sounded fire alarm. - 10:15 Water on all hoses. 10:16 Sounded fire alarm for fire in fireroom. 10:17 Fire smothered in fireroom. * 1:00 Hull board convened to test boat-hoisting bolts in accordance with Headquarters letter 6 June, 1932, (230). - 1:30 Held boat drill. 3:30 Hull board adjourned for the day. Crew employed preparing boats for Hull Board inspection and in chipping and painting waterways, and in cleaning boiler No. 1. *11:55 Ensign T.G. Miller returned from duty at Base SIX. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from Southern Dairies, Blue Ribbon Bakery, and the Great A&P Tea Co. Commanding Officer held mast in case of Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, for being absent four (4) hours after the expiration of his liberty. Awarded seven (7) days' restriction. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Ensign T.G. Miller - returned from duty at Base SIX.

Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c - Commanding Officer held mast in case of Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, for being absent four (4) hours after the expiration of his liberty. Awarded seven (7) days' restriction.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 12:00 Henry B. Lake, (206-132), AS, is absent without leave for five (5) days. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

Henry B. Lake, (206-132), AS - is absent without leave for five (5) days.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable AWOL Solomon Lake AL Brown Fugate Davies


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28 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 8:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). 6:00 Carried out regular morning routine. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS, absent five (5) days after expiration of his liberty. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS - absent five (5) days after expiration of his liberty.

8:00AM to 4:00PM. 8:00 Ensign T.G. Miller left ship for Base 6 for duty as observed for pistol practice. 8:00 Held boat drill for special ratings. 9:00 Hull Board reconvened and continued examination of boat hoisting and davit gear as directed in H/L, dated 6 June, 1932 (230). 9:30 Held quarters followed by gun and signal drills. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Held signal drill for quartermasters. 11:00 Ensign T.G. Miller returned from Base 6. 11:20 Marvin O. Mohler, (107-439), RM 1c, reported on board from ten (10) days convalescent leave, expiring at noon, this date. 11:20 William B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c, reported on board from ten (10) days leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date. Advanced Hugh W. Garity, (121-156), F 1c, in rating to that of Motor-Machinist's Mate, Second class, authority Headquarters letter, dated 17 May, 1932 (73-701), and letter, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, dated 27 June, 1932 (73-701). Deck force employed in cleanin and painting, various canvas work and in assisting Hull Board in examination and shifting and weighting of ship's boats. Engineer's force cleaning # 1 boiler throughout day. 2:30 Hull Board adjourned for the day. Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from the Great A. and P. Tea Company. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

Ensign T.G. Miller - left ship for Base 6 for duty as observed for pistol practice.

Ensign T.G. Miller - returned from Base 6.

Marvin O. Mohler, (107-439), RM 1c - reported on board from ten (10) days convalescent leave, expiring at noon, this date.

William B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 2c - reported on board from ten (10) days leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date.

Hugh W. Garity, (121-156), F 1c - Advanced Hugh W. Garity, (121-156), F 1c, in rating to that of Motor-Machinist's Mate, Second class, authority Headquarters letter, dated 17 May, 1932 (73-701), and letter, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, dated 27 June, 1932 (73-701).

4:00PM to MIDNIGHT. 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 7:40 Held night signal drill for the watch. 12:00 Henry B Lake, (206-132), AS, is absent without leave for six (6) days. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Henry B Lake, (206-132), AS - is absent without leave for six (6) days.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable Moore AWOL Solomon Lake AL Brown Fugate


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29 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

MIDNIGHT to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. 6:00 All hands. Ships force carried out morning routine. * 7:25 Sent Jesse M. Moore, (104-476), Sea 2c, to General Hospital in ambulance upon directions by A.A. Surg. Elliott M Hendricks, USPHS. Moore was found in great pain and unable to walk from internal injuries or strains in his back, received yesterday. 8:00 Liberty party all returned on time. *7:15 Ensign T.G. Miller left ship for Base 6 for duty as observer for pistol practice. 8:00 Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS, is absent for a period of six (6) days after expiration of his liberty. 8:00 Held boat drill for special ratings. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Jesse M. Moore, (104-476), Sea 2c - 7:25 Sent Jesse M. Moore, (104-476), Sea 2c, to General Hospital in ambulance upon directions by A.A. Surg. Elliott M Hendricks, USPHS. Moore was found in great pain and unable to walk from internal injuries or strains in his back, received yesterday.

Ensign T.G. Miller - left ship for Base 6 for duty as observer for pistol practice.

Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS - is absent for a period of six (6) days after expiration of his liberty.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by resuscitation drill for all hands. 10:00 Held signal drill for quartermasters. 10:00 Hull board reconvened and continued examination of boat hoisting and davit gear as directed in Headquarter's Letter, 6 June, 1932 (230). 11:00 Cedric Davies, (201-047) Sea 1c, returned from (3) three days leave of absence. Received, from Naval Supply Depot, Hampton Roads, Virginia, monie cloth, as per invoice # 596997. Crew engaged in handling boats, about ship, for examination by hull board; chipping waterways & scraping and cleaning small boats and making signal flags. 3:00 Hull Board adjourned. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Cedric Davies, (201-047) Sea 1c - returned from (3) three days leave of absence.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. 8:00 Held night signal drill for watch aboard. 12:00 Henry B. Lake, (206-132), AS, is absent without leave (7) seven days. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Henry B. Lake, (206-132), AS - is absent without leave (7) seven days.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable Moore AWOL Solomon Lake AL Fugate


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30 June 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. Performed morning routine duties. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:00 Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS, is absent without leave for a period of seven (7) days after expiration of his liberty. 8:00 Held boat drill for men in special ratings. 8:45 Secured from boat drill. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS - is absent without leave for a period of seven (7) days after expiration of his liberty.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. Conducted monthly smokeless powder test. 9:30 Held quarters followed by signal drill for first and second divisions. Held signal drill for quartermasters. 10:45 Edward E. Brown, (101-348), CM 1c, returned from twenty (20) days' leave of absence. David D. Darnell, (102-642), Sea 1c, was issued Honorable Discharge No. A-31338 upon expiration of full term of enlistment. Discharged from the regular establishment. Paid to date on voucher. Crew employed overhauling and cleaning hand steering gear; scrubbing and painting boats; painting deck fittings; sewing awning; and in other general work in accordance with their ratings. Engineer's force conducting hydrostatic test on No. 1 boiler. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Edward E. Brown, (101-348), CM 1c - returned from twenty (20) days' leave of absence.

David D. Darnell, (102-642), Sea 1c - was issued Honorable Discharge No. A-31338 upon expiration of full term of enlistment. Discharged from the regular establishment. Paid to date on voucher.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 12:00 Henry B. Lake, (206-132), AS, is absent without leave eight (8) days. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Henry B. Lake, (206-132), AS - is absent without leave eight (8) days.


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Leo C. Mueller Commander - Mrs Lynne G Mueller, wife. 1101 SE 6th St., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Phone, 485-W.

John P. Crowley Lieutenant - Mrs Hazel P. Crowley, wife. 1126 SE 7th St Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Phone, 431-J

Chester M. Anderson Lieutenant. - Mrs. Helen M. Anderson, wife, 4154 Piedmont, Apt #15, Oakland Calif.

Edmund E. Fahey Ensign - Mrs. Grace A. Fahey, wife.

True G. Miller Ensign - Mrs. Margaret Miller, mother, 2500 Elm Ave, Long Beach, Calif.

Horace B. Deets Chief Machinist - Mrs. Hannah L Deets, wife. 3202 Avon

Peder M. Pedersen Boatswain - Mrs. Grace Pedersen, 708 SE 6th Court Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Leonard S. Southall Machinist - Mrs. Leona Southall, 704 SE 6th Court Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Philip A. Krugler Pay Clerk - Mrs Mary A Krugler, 408 SW 20th St Fort Lauderdale, Fla.


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LOGS FOR JULY 1932


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable Moore AWOL Lake Solomon AL Fugate


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1 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. Held boat drill. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS, is absent without leave for a period of eight (8) days. The following men are assigned as messcooks for the month of July: Alex Banyas, (210-133), Sea 2c, William H. La Grange, (204-074), Sea 2c, Swen S. Rhodes (102-849) Sea 2c, and William B. DeVeny, (108-782), F 2c; they relieve those assigned for the month of June. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS - is absent without leave for a period of eight (8) days.

Alex Banyas, (210-133), Sea 2c - The following men are assigned as messcooks for the month of July: Alex Banyas, (210-133), Sea 2c, William H. La Grange, (204-074), Sea 2c, Swen S. Rhodes (102-849) Sea 2c, and William B. DeVeny, (108-782), F 2c; they relieve those assigned for the month of June.

William H. La Grange, (204-074), Sea 2c - The following men are assigned as messcooks for the month of July: Alex Banyas, (210-133), Sea 2c, William H. La Grange, (204-074), Sea 2c, Swen S. Rhodes (102-849) Sea 2c, and William B. DeVeny, (108-782), F 2c; they relieve those assigned for the month of June.

Swen S. Rhodes (102-849) Sea 2c - The following men are assigned as messcooks for the month of July: Alex Banyas, (210-133), Sea 2c, William H. La Grange, (204-074), Sea 2c, Swen S. Rhodes (102-849) Sea 2c, and William B. DeVeny, (108-782), F 2c; they relieve those assigned for the month of June.

William B. DeVeny, (108-782), F 2c - The following men are assigned as messcooks for the month of July: Alex Banyas, (210-133), Sea 2c, William H. La Grange, (204-074), Sea 2c, Swen S. Rhodes (102-849) Sea 2c, and William B. DeVeny, (108-782), F 2c; they relieve those assigned for the month of June.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Tested floodcock. 9:30 Held quarters followed by signal drill, pistol instruction and gun drill. 11:30 Officers and crew received their monthly pay for the month of June, 1932. 11:30 Engineer's force completed cleaning #1 boiler. Quartermaster held signal drill. Deck force employed in field day duties cleaning boats, scrubbing paintwork and decks. 1:00 Extended enlistment of John H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, indefinitely pending Headquarter's action relative to disbursing arrangement in force for the current fiscal year. Patterson's regular term of enlistment expires this date; reference UNALGA dispatch, 7001-1300, this date. 1:00 Commanding Officer granted leaves of absence, to the following listed men, for the period set opposite their names, respectively, all of whom left the ship:- William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM; twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932, Louis F. Masney, (204-010), Sea 1c, twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932, Edward M. Thomas, (110-237), Off. Std. 2c; ten (10) days; expiring at noon, 12 July, 1932, Charles Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c; seven (7) days, expiring at noon, 9 July, 1932, Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c; twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932. 1:00 Granted pay-day liberty to the port watch expiring at 8:00am tomorrow. Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from the Great A and P Tea Company. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

John H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c - 1:00 Extended enlistment of John H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, indefinitely pending Headquarter's action relative to disbursing arrangement in force for the current fiscal year. Patterson's regular term of enlistment expires this date; reference UNALGA dispatch, 7001-1300, this date.

William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM - 1:00 Commanding Officer granted leaves of absence, to the following listed men, for the period set opposite their names, respectively, all of whom left the ship:- William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM; twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932, Louis F. Masney, (204-010), Sea 1c, twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932, Edward M. Thomas, (110-237), Off. Std. 2c; ten (10) days; expiring at noon, 12 July, 1932, Charles Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c; seven (7) days, expiring at noon, 9 July, 1932, Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c; twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932.

Louis F. Masney, (204-010), Sea 1c - 1:00 Commanding Officer granted leaves of absence, to the following listed men, for the period set opposite their names, respectively, all of whom left the ship:- William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM; twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932, Louis F. Masney, (204-010), Sea 1c, twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932, Edward M. Thomas, (110-237), Off. Std. 2c; ten (10) days; expiring at noon, 12 July, 1932, Charles Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c; seven (7) days, expiring at noon, 9 July, 1932, Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c; twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932.

Edward M. Thomas, (110-237), Off. Std. 2c - 1:00 Commanding Officer granted leaves of absence, to the following listed men, for the period set opposite their names, respectively, all of whom left the ship:- William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM; twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932, Louis F. Masney, (204-010), Sea 1c, twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932, Edward M. Thomas, (110-237), Off. Std. 2c; ten (10) days; expiring at noon, 12 July, 1932, Charles Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c; seven (7) days, expiring at noon, 9 July, 1932, Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c; twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932.

Charles Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c - 1:00 Commanding Officer granted leaves of absence, to the following listed men, for the period set opposite their names, respectively, all of whom left the ship:- William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM; twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932, Louis F. Masney, (204-010), Sea 1c, twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932, Edward M. Thomas, (110-237), Off. Std. 2c; ten (10) days; expiring at noon, 12 July, 1932, Charles Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c; seven (7) days, expiring at noon, 9 July, 1932, Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c; twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932.

Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c - 1:00 Commanding Officer granted leaves of absence, to the following listed men, for the period set opposite their names, respectively, all of whom left the ship:- William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM; twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932, Louis F. Masney, (204-010), Sea 1c, twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932, Edward M. Thomas, (110-237), Off. Std. 2c; ten (10) days; expiring at noon, 12 July, 1932, Charles Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c; seven (7) days, expiring at noon, 9 July, 1932, Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c; twenty (20) days, expiring at noon, 22 July, 1932.

4:00PM to Midnight. * 6:00 Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c, left ship on twenty (20) days leave of absence, granted by commanding officer, the same to expire before noon, 22 July, 1932. *5:35 Having received information that Oswald C Brooks, (101-325), Sea 1c, was planning to absent himself from the Coast Guard, he was recalled from regular liberty and restricted to the limits of the ship. His locker was examined and most of his clothes found missing. For safe-keeping, he was confined in leg irons from 5:45pm until 6:45pm. 12:00 Henry B Lake, (206-132), AS, is absent without leave for nine (9) days. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c - left ship on twenty (20) days leave of absence, granted by commanding officer, the same to expire before noon, 22 July, 1932.

Oswald C Brooks, (101-325), Sea 1c - 5:35 Having received information that Oswald C Brooks, (101-325), Sea 1c, was planning to absent himself from the Coast Guard, he was recalled from regular liberty and restricted to the limits of the ship. His locker was examined and most of his clothes found missing. For safe-keeping, he was confined in leg irons from 5:45pm until 6:45pm.

Henry B Lake, (206-132), AS - is absent without leave for nine (9) days.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Moore Gable AWOL Lake Solomon Fitzgerald Brooks AL Fugate Smith Masney Lewis Handcock M Atts Thomas Lawson


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2 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. 1:00 Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, and Oswald C. Brooks, (101-325), Sea 1c, both under restriction to the limits of the ship, found to be absent from the ship without proper authority. 6:00 All hands. Ship's force carried out regular routine preparing ship for inspection. 8:00 Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS, is absent without leave after expiration of regular liberty for a period of nine (9) days. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c - 1:00 Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, and Oswald C. Brooks, (101-325), Sea 1c, both under restriction to the limits of the ship, found to be absent from the ship without proper authority.

Oswald C. Brooks, (101-325), Sea 1c - 1:00 Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, and Oswald C. Brooks, (101-325), Sea 1c, both under restriction to the limits of the ship, found to be absent from the ship without proper authority.

Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS - is absent without leave after expiration of regular liberty for a period of nine (9) days.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal; Crew engaged in preparing ship for inspection. 10:30 The Commanding Officer made weekly inspection of ship. * 1:20 Arthur J. Carr, (101-806), MM 1c, left the ship on fifteen (15) days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. *1:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 9:00AM tomorrow. 4:00 Stanley J. Bumbly, (101-481), RM 2c, transferred this date to Section Base #6, for further transfer to "PERRY"; Authority, Letter, Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 25 June, 1932 (73-701). William A. Pope, (108-479), M.Att 1c, enlistment extended, this date, due to date that subject man desires to enlist is a Sunday, (3 July, 1932); at which time the administrative office will be closed. Authority, Article 4453, Personnel Instruction. Corliss L. Fitzgerald (103-534), Y 2c and Oswald C. Brooks, (101-325), Sea 1c are hereby declared deserters as of 1:00AM this date from the US Coast Guard Cutter "UNALGA" and the US Coast Guard by reason of investigation revealing that these men had expressed an intention to desert from the US Coast Guard and that inspection of their lockers revealed some missing clothing and all personal effects. Article 477, Regulations. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Arthur J. Carr, (101-806), MM 1c - left the ship on fifteen (15) days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.

Stanley J. Bumbly, (101-481), RM 2c - transferred this date to Section Base #6, for further transfer to "PERRY"; Authority, Letter, Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 25 June, 1932 (73-701).

William A. Pope, (108-479), M.Att 1c - enlistment extended, this date, due to date that subject man desires to enlist is a Sunday, (3 July, 1932); at which time the administrative office will be closed. Authority, Article 4453, Personnel Instruction.

Corliss L. Fitzgerald (103-534), Y 2c - Corliss L. Fitzgerald (103-534), Y 2c and Oswald C. Brooks, (101-325), Sea 1c are hereby declared deserters as of 1:00AM this date from the US Coast Guard Cutter "UNALGA" and the US Coast Guard by reason of investigation revealing that these men had expressed an intention to desert from the US Coast Guard and that inspection of their lockers revealed some missing clothing and all personal effects. Article 477, Regulations.

Oswald C. Brooks, (101-325), Sea 1c - Corliss L. Fitzgerald (103-534), Y 2c and Oswald C. Brooks, (101-325), Sea 1c are hereby declared deserters as of 1:00AM this date from the US Coast Guard Cutter "UNALGA" and the US Coast Guard by reason of investigation revealing that these men had expressed an intention to desert from the US Coast Guard and that inspection of their lockers revealed some missing clothing and all personal effects. Article 477, Regulations.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. 12:00 Henry B. Lake, (206-132), AS, is absent without leave for ten (10) days and is hereby declared a deserter from the US Coast Guard Cutter "UNALGA" and from the US Coast Guard as of the 22 June, 1932. Article 477, Regulations. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Henry B. Lake, (206-132), AS - is absent without leave for ten (10) days and is hereby declared a deserter from the US Coast Guard Cutter "UNALGA" and from the US Coast Guard as of the 22 June, 1932. Article 477, Regulations.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable Moore AWOL Solomon AL Fugate Smith Masney Carr Lewis Hancock M Att Thomas Lawson


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3 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida 8:00 Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS, is absent, without leave, after expiration of regular liberty for a period of (10) ten days and is hereby declared a deserter from the US Coast Guard Cutter "UNALGA" and the US Coast Coast as of 23 June, 1932. Article 477 Regulations. 9:00 Liberty party returned on time. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS - is absent, without leave, after expiration of regular liberty for a period of (10) ten days and is hereby declared a deserter from the US Coast Guard Cutter "UNALGA" and the US Coast Coast as of 23 June, 1932. Article 477 Regulations.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Morwood E. Terrell, (216-004), RM 2c, reported on board for duty in accordance with verbal orders, Commanding Officer, Base Six; having just been relieved of radio watch on patrol boat PERRY. Crew observed Sabbath. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Morwood E. Terrell, (216-004), RM 2c - reported on board for duty in accordance with verbal orders, Commanding Officer, Base Six; having just been relieved of radio watch on patrol boat PERRY.

4:00PM to Midnight No Remarks. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable Moore AL Fugate Smith Masney Carr Hancock Lewis M Att Thomas Lawson


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4 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). * 7:00 Called all hands and carried out holiday morning routine. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. Full dressed ship in observance of Independence Day.

9:00AM to 4:00PM Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Granted liberty to the port watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 12:00 Fired a national salute in accordance with Article 2322, Regulations, in observance of the national anniversary. Ship force suspended all unnecessary work and observed this date as a Holiday. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

4:00PM to Midnight No remarks. Chester McP Anderson Lieut


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

AH Gable Moore AL Smith Masney Hancock Lewis Carr M Att Thomas Lawson


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5 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. 6:00 All hands. Ships force carried out morning orders. 6:45 John S Fugate, (103-745), MM 2c, reported on board from eighteen (18) days leave of absence, terminated this day by recall from twenty (20) days originally to have expired before noon, 7 July, 1932. 8:00 Liberty party all returned on time except Francis Bobiwiec, (103-220), Cox., and Harold J. Smith, (number unknown), Sea 1c. 8:00 Held boat drill for seaman branch. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

John S Fugate, (103-745), MM 2c - reported on board from eighteen (18) days leave of absence, terminated this day by recall from twenty (20) days originally to have expired before noon, 7 July, 1932.

Francis Bobiwiec, (103-220), Cox. - 8:00 Liberty party all returned on time except Francis Bobiwiec, (103-220), Cox., and Harold J. Smith, (number unknown), Sea 1c.

Harold J. Smith, (number unknown), Sea 1c - 8:00 Liberty party all returned on time except Francis Bobiwiec, (103-220), Cox., and Harold J. Smith, (number unknown), Sea 1c.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by gun drill for gun's crews; signal drill for mess attendants and officer stewards; and preliminary instruction for small arms target practice for all others. * 11:20 Tested all ship's navigational lights and found same to be in a satisfactory condition. 12:40 Francis Bobiwiec, (103-220), Cox., and Harold J. Smith (number unknown) Sea 1c, returned four (4) hours and forty (40) minutes late from regular liberty. 12:41 The "PERRY" stood out to sea. 2:00 Received ordnance stores from Coast Guard Depot, Curtis Bay, Maryland, as per Government Bill of Lading T-125568 and Invoice # 5268. *11:00 Held signal drill for quartermasters. Entered 11:10AM 9, July, 1932. William A. Pope, (108-479) M.Att 1c, enlistment extended this date indefinitely, pending Headquarters action relative to disbursing arrangement in force for the current fiscal year. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Francis Bobiwiec, (103-220), Cox. - 12:40 Francis Bobiwiec, (103-220), Cox., and Harold J. Smith (number unknown) Sea 1c, returned four (4) hours and forty (40) minutes late from regular liberty.

Harold J. Smith (number unknown) Sea 1c - 12:40 Francis Bobiwiec, (103-220), Cox., and Harold J. Smith (number unknown) Sea 1c, returned four (4) hours and forty (40) minutes late from regular liberty.

"PERRY" - 12:41 The "PERRY" stood out to sea.

William A. Pope, (108-479) M.Att 1c - enlistment extended this date indefinitely, pending Headquarters action relative to disbursing arrangement in force for the current fiscal year.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Received twelve folding chairs from the Biscayne Tent and Awning Company, Miami, Florida. Authority; Accepted proposal, June 30, 1932; Article 308 P. and S. Instructions. Received two (2) "Universal" type #6, flat irons from Frank T. Budge Company, Miami, Florida; four (4) vases from Burdines Inc., Miami, Florida; and two (2) one quart "Stanley", thermos, bottles from Sears Roebuck Company, Miami, Florida; as per accepted proposals June 32, 1932. Authority article 308 P. and S. Instructions. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 25.60, Long -80.07

AH Gable Moore AL Smith Masney Hancock Lewis Carr


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6 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 19.6, Long -70.2

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5 Performed morning routine duties. 7:00 Charles Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c, returned from four (4) days leave of absence. He having been recalled from seven (7) days leave of absence by reason of vessel having received sailing orders. 7:00 Aired bedding 8:00 Liberty returned on time. 8:10 Held boat drill for engineer's force. 8:45 E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Charles Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c - returned from four (4) days leave of absence. He having been recalled from seven (7) days leave of absence by reason of vessel having received sailing orders.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Ervin W. Poos, (108-477), RM 1c, reported on board for temporary duty in accordance with letter Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 5 July, 1932, (73-701). Reported from Section Base Six. 10:00 Held quarters followed by resuscitation drill. 10:50 Commenced winding ship. 11:10 Quartermasters held signal drill. 11:15 Completed winding ship. Crew employed preparing ship for sea. 11:55 William Grayson and Paul Pate came on board as guests of the Commanding Officer. 12:30 Marvin F. Mohler, (107-439), RM 1c, left ship for temporary duty at Section Base Six; reference letter Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 5 July, 1932, (73-701). Charles L. Mandik, (206-142), AS, left on ten (10) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 1:46 Unmoored from Port Everglades, Florida, and stood out to sea on channel course at various speeds. Draft forward 11 ft. 6 in., aft, 14 ft. 4 in. 2:00 Port Everglades sea buoy close aboard to port. Changed course to 175° pgc; speed 78 rpm (8.5 knots). 2:10 Streamed log, reading 10.0. - And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Ervin W. Poos, (108-477), RM 1c - reported on board for temporary duty in accordance with letter Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 5 July, 1932, (73-701). Reported from Section Base Six.

William Grayson - 11:55 William Grayson and Paul Pate came on board as guests of the Commanding Officer.

Paul Pate - 11:55 William Grayson and Paul Pate came on board as guests of the Commanding Officer.

Marvin F. Mohler, (107-439), RM 1c - left ship for temporary duty at Section Base Six; reference letter Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 5 July, 1932, (73-701).

Charles L. Mandik, (206-142), AS - left on ten (10) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 175° pgc at 78 rpm throughout entire watch. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 175° pgc at 78 rpm. 6:04, MIAMI ENTRANCE BUOY abeam, dist. 2.7'; changed course to 184° pgc (45.0) 7:35, changed course to 180° pgc (58.6). 7:40, changed course to 174° pgc, (59.1). 7:48, changed course to 167° pgc (60.4). 8:00 changed course to 174° pgc (62.1). Chester McP Anderson Lieut


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6 July 1932

fowey rocks light bore 270 pgc

Lat 36.9, Long 7.8

(Continued)

8:00PM to Midnight On course 174° pgc; speed 78 rpm (8.5 knots). 8:13 Changed course to 135° pgc, (65.0). 8:46 Stopped and lay to; took in log (69.1). 9:27 Fowey Rocks light bore 270° pgc; underway on course 206° pgc, speed 78 rpm (8.5 knots). 10:09 Changed course to 169° pgc. 10:28 Stopped and lay to. And so to end. Issued fifteen (15) night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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at sea straits of florida

Lat 24.93, Long -80.40

AH Gable Moore AL Smith Masney Hancock Lewis Carr Mandik Mohler Off Std Thomas


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7 July 1932

molasses reef lighthouse abeam to port distant 1 mile

Lat 56.2, Long -3.0

Midnight to 4:00PM. Drifting as before. Time Zone +5. 12:04 Underway on course 185° pgc at 78 rpm. 1:10 Stopped and drifted. 2:32 Underway on course 180° pgc at 78 rpm. 3:50 Stopped and drifted, and so to end. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00 Drifting as before. 5:00, Underway at speed of 78 rpm; course 199° pgc. Streamed log reading (69.1). 5:20, FOWEY ROCKS LIGHTHOUSE abeam, distance 3.9', (71.7), changed course to 198° pgc. 6:42, changed course to 192° pgc (85.1). 7:24 changed course to 172° pgc (87.9). 7:32 PACIFIC REEF LIGHTHOUSE bore 270° True, distance 2'; changed course to 190° pgc. Ship's force carried out morning routine Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 190° pgc; speed 78 rpm. 8:25 Changed course to 219° pgc (99.1). 9:13 Changed course to 205° pgc (6.0) Careyfort Reef lighthouse abeam to starboard distant two (2) miles. 9:46 Changed course to 221° pgc (78). 10:07 Changed course to 213° pgc (14.7). 10:15 Changed course 208° pgc (15.8). 10:57 Changed course to 220° pgc (22.4). 11:15 Molasses reef lighthouse abeam to starboard; distant 2 1/4 miles, (24.4). 11:17 Changed course to 233° pgc (24.5). 11:38 Reduced speed to 43 rpm (5 knots) Inspected magazines and smokeless powder sample conditions dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 233° pgc at 43 rpm. 1:00 Quarters followed by general quarters, simulated short range target practice. 1:10 Changed course to 55° pgc. 1:11 Secured from general quarters. 1:12:50 Sounded fire alarm. 1:13:40 First water 1:16 Water on all lines. 1:19 secured from fire drill. 1:20:10 Sounded alarm for collision drill. 1:25:50 Mat in place. 1:30 Secured from quarters. 2:05 Reduced speed to 22 rpm. 2:20 Took in log reading 38.3, changed course to 235° pgc. 3:15 Changed course to 55° pgc, and so to end. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 55° pgc; speed 22 rpm. 4:55 Molasses Reef lighthouse abeam to port; distant 1 mile; changed course to 20° pgc. 6:00 Increased speed to 43 rpm. T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 70° pgc at 43 rpm. 6:54, changed course to 40° pgc 8:00 CARYSFORT REEF LIGHTHOUSE bearing 310°, distance 2.8', changed course to 90° pgc Chester McP Anderson Lieut


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7 July 1932

CONTINUED

8PM to Midnight On course 90° pgc at 43 rpm. 9:50 Stopped engines. 9:55 Changed course to 270° pgc at 43 rpm to head for a position six (6) miles east of Carysfort Reef Light. Changed course at frequent intervals due to set of current; checked position frequently by cross bearings on Carysfort Reef Light and Pacific Reef Light. 10:03 Changed course to 267° pgc. 10:41 Changed course to 175° pgc. 11:02 Changed course to 190° pgc. 11:45 Changed course to 212° pgc and so to end. Issued fifteen (15) night rations to engineer's force. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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at sea straits of florida

Lat 25.78, Long -79.80

AH Gable Moore AL Smith Masney Hancock Lewis Carr Mandik Mohler Off Std Thomas


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8 July 1932

pacific reef lighthouse bears 270 t distance 23

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 212° pgc; speed 43 rpm. Time Zone description plus five (+5). 12:16 Stopped and lay to - drifting. 3:37 Underway on course 198° pgc, speed 43 rpm. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 198° pgc at 43 rpm. 4:00, streamed log reading (38.3). 5:00, changed course to 300° pgc and reduced speed to 22 rpm (42.5) 5:34, changed course to 270° pgc (43.6). 5:55, Pacific Reef Lighthouse bears 270° T, distance 2.3'; changed course to 20° pgc (44.1). 6:00, All hands; ships force carried out morning routine. 6:22, Changed course to 9° pgc. 6:45, met CG 108. 7:25 Hauled in log reading (47.4); the ship making too little speed to permit the same to rotate properly and all distances noted for this watch are by revolutions. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

CG 108 - 6:45, met CG 108.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 9° pgc at 22 rpm. 8:34 Fowey Rocks Light abeam to port, distance 3.2 miles. 8:45 Changed course to 90° pgc at 43 rpm, and so to end. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. Made forthnightly inspection smokeless powder. Tested magazine flood cock and found it in good order. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 90° pgc; speed 43 rpm. 1:00 Held quarters followed by infantry, signal, and gun drills. 1:33 Changed course to 135° pgc. 1:45 Cut out No. 2 boiler and continued at 43 rpm on No. 1 boiler. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 135° pgc at 43 rpm. 4:29 Changed course to 180° pgc. 5:57 North Bimini abeam to port, distance 5.8 miles. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM On course 180° pgc at 43 rpm throughout Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

8:00PM to Midnight On course 180° pgc; speed 43 rpm. 10:13 Gun Cay light abeam to port distant 5 miles, changed course to 270° pgc. 11:13 Stopped and lay to - drifting. And so to end. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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at sea straits of florida

Lat 25.57, Long -79.47

AH Gable Moore AL Smith Masney Hancock Lewis Carr Mandik Mohler Off Std Thomas


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9 July 1932

s riding rock lighthouse bore 81 true distance 30

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 4:00PM. Drifting as before. Time Zone +5 Checked position frequently by crossbearing on Gun Key Light and North Bimini Light. 3:20 North Bimini Light bearing due east, distant 11.5 miles. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM. Drifting as before. 5:00 Underway, course 186° pgc at 43 rpm. 6:00 All hands; ships force carried out morning orders. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian On course 180° pgc; speed 43 rpm. 10:30 Commanding Officer held weekly inspection of vessel. 11:48 Gun Cay lighthouse abeam to port distant 9.5 miles; changed course to 153° pgc. - Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 153° pgc at 43 rpm. 1:05 Gun Key Light abeam to port distance 7.5 miles E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 153° pgc; speed 43 rpm. 5:08 Changed course to 180° pgc. 5:50 South Riding Rock lighthouse abeam to port distant 5 miles; changed course to 90° pgc. T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM On course 90° pgc at 43 rpm. 6:15, S. RIDING ROCK LIGHTHOUSE bore 81° True distance 3.0'; changed course to 331° pgc. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 331° pgc at 43 rpm. 8:48 Changed course to 317° pgc. 10:15 Gun Key Light abeam to starboard, distant 7.5 miles. 11:04 Gun Key Light bearing 90° pgc, distant 10 miles, stopped and drifted. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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at sea straits of florida

Lat 25.62, Long -79.82

AH Gable Moore AL Smith Masney Hancock Lewis Carr Mandik Mohler Off Std Thomas


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10 July 1932

miami courthouse abeam to port distant 108 miles

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 4:00AM. Drifting as before. Time zone description plus five (+5) And so throughout watch. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00AM To 8:00AM. Drifting as before. 5:00, Underway, course 180° at 43 rpm. Ship's force carried out morning routine. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 180° pgc at 43 rpm. 8:07 Changed course to 243° pgc. 11:05 * Changed course to 250° pgc to indentify small boat. 11:45 Made out unknown small boat to be a Coast Guard patrol boat; did not approach near enough to identify it; reduced speed to 43 rpm and set course 238° pgc. *Increased speed to 93 rpm both boilers in use. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 238° pgc; speed 43 rpm. 2:40 Changed course to 0° pgc. 3:29 Miami courthouse abeam to port, distant 10.8 miles. And so to end. - Crew observed Sabbath. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM On course 0° pgc at 43 rpm, throughout entire watch. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM On course 0° pgc at 43 rpm. 6:32, changed course to 180° pgc. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 180° pgc; speed 43 rpm. 10:10 Changed course to 90° pgc. 10:25 Changed course to 180° pgc. And so to end. - Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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at sea straits of florida

Lat 25.78, Long -80.17

AH Gable Moore AL Smith Masney Hancock Lewis Carr Mandik Mohler Off Std Thomas

oil: 27,356.7 - Fuel Oil. Received 27,356.7 Expended 1453.7 On hand 48060


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11 July 1932

into miami harbor

Lat 25.8, Long -80.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 180° pgc at 43 rpm. Checked position frequently by cross bearings on Hillsboro Inlet Light and Fort Lauderdale Aero beacon. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 180° pgc at 43 rpm. 4:14, Increased speed to 73 rpm. 7:21, changed course to 200 pgc. Ship's force carried out morning orders. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 200 pgc; speed 73 rpm. 9:02 Changed course to 180° pgc. 10:26 Changed course to 200° pgc. - 10:45 Held quarters followed by gun and signal drills. 10:55 Increased speed to 93 rpm. (10 knots). 11:05 Reduced speed to 73 rpm (8 knots). 11:28 Miami sea buoy close aboard to port. Started channel courses at various speeds to Belcher Oil Company dock at Miami, Florida. - Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Crew employed preparing to moor ship. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. Standing into Miami Harbor on various courses at 22 rpm. 12:12 Moored at Belcher Oil Company dock; draft forward 11 feet 1 inch, aft 14 feet 1 inch. 12:38 Hugh W. Garity, (121-156), MaMM 2c, and Benjamin Kinnard, (105-836), RM 3c, transferred this date to Section Base Twenty, Fernandina, Florida, in accordance with Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, despatch, 7008-1047. 12:45 Commenced fueling. 2:00 Finished fueling, draft, forward 12 feet 6 inches, aft 14 feet 4 inches; amount of Bunker "C" oil taken aboard was 27,356.7 gallons. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Hugh W. Garity, (121-156), MoMM 2c - 12:38 Hugh W. Garity, (121-156), MoMM 2c, and Benjamin Kinnard, (105-836), RM 3c, transferred this date to Section Base Twenty, Fernandina, Florida, in accordance with Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, despatch, 7008-1047.

Benjamin Kinnard, (105-836), RM 3c - 12:38 Hugh W. Garity, (121-156), MoMM 2c, and Benjamin Kinnard, (105-836), RM 3c, transferred this date to Section Base Twenty, Fernandina, Florida, in accordance with Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, despatch, 7008-1047.

oil: 27,356.7 gallons - 2:00 Finished fueling, draft, forward 12 feet 6 inches, aft 14 feet 4 inches; amount of Bunker "C" oil taken aboard was 27,356.7 gallons.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. Moored as before. 5:00 Shifted berth to north side * dock. 5:07 Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from the Great A&P Tea Co. 5:35 Unmoored and stood down channel to seaward at various speeds. And so to end. *Clyde Mallory Line's T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. Standing down Miami main channel toward sea as before. 6:10, MIAMI ENTRANCE BOUY close aboard, set course 72° pgc. 6:13 changed course to 14° pgc and set standard speed at 87 rpm. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.


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11 July 1932

hillsboro inlet light bearing 270 pgc distant 63 miles

Lat 70.6, Long -160.0

CONTINUED)

8:00PM to Midnight On course 14° pgc at 78 rpm. 8:05 Changed course to 25° pgc. 8:45 Hillsboro Inlet Light abeam to port, distant 5.9 miles. 9:01 Hillsboro Inlet Light bearing 270° pgc, distant 6.3 miles, changed course to 2° pgc. 11:28 Lake Worth Inlet Gas and Whistle buoy abeam to port, distant 5.1 miles, changed course to 352° pgc, and so to end. Issued fifteen (15) night rations to engineers force. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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at sea straits of florida

Lat 28.25, Long -80.30

AH Gable Moore AL Smith Carr Hancock Lewis Mandik Masney Mohler Off Std Thomas


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12 July 1932

st lucie shoal whistle buoy abeam to port distant 9 14 miles

Lat 13.9, Long -61.0

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 352° pgc; speed 78 rpm. Time zone description plus five (+5). 12:23 Jupiter Inlet light abeam to port distant 6 1/2 miles. 2:34 St. Lucie Shoal whistle buoy abeam to port distant 9 1/4 miles. 3:42 Changed ocurse to 336° pgc. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 336 pgc at 78 rpm. 4:43, streamed log reading (46.4). 4:44, changed course to 349° pgc. 5:00, BETHEL SHOAL LIGHTED WHISTLE BOUY abeam, distance 7.5' (49.2). 8:00 changed course to 338° pgc. Distances noted on opposite page by revolutions. 8:00 changed course to 338° pgc. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian On course 338° pgc at 78° rpm, throughout entire watch. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 11:25 Error of radio compass by bearings on Cape Canaveral Lighthouse was found to be 8° Westerly. Lighthouse 255° by radio compass, 247° by gyro repeater. Distances in Nautical Miles column on opposite page are by revolutions. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 348° pgc; speed 78 rpm. 12:10 Changed course to 334° pgc. Hetzel Shoal gas and whistle buoy abeam to port distant 2 1/2 miles. 1:00 Held quarters followed by resuscitation drill. Crew employed painting hatch-combings in well deck and in routine work about the vessel. - Distance on opposite page by revolutions. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 334° pgc at 78 rpm. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 334° pgc at 78 rpm. 7:05, Reduced speed to 43 rpm. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 334° pgc; speed 43 rpm - Distances on opposite page by revolutions. - And so to end. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 30.98, Long -81.05

AH Gable Moore AL Smith Carr Hancock Lewis Mandik Masney Off Std Thomas TD Mohler


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13 July 1932

out of fernandina harbor

Lat 19.6, Long -133.9

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 334° pgc at 43 rpm. Time Zone +5 12:41 Saint Augustine light abeam to port, distant 13 miles. 3:30 Changed course to 342° pgc and so to end. Readings in "Nautical Miles" column are from revolutions E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 342° pgc at 43 rpm. 4:10, took in log reading (18.1) 5:46, changed course to 329° pgc. 6:19, ST JOHN'S LIGHT VESSEL bore 270° True, distance 2'; changed course to 352° pgc. Ship force carried out morning routine. 7:36, increased speed to 73 rpm. 7:47, changed course to 338 pgc. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian On course 338° pgc; speed 73 rpm. 9:38 Amelia Island lighthouse, abeam to starboard, distant 5 miles. 9:54 Increased speed to 93 rpm. St Mary's River entrance buoy close aboard to port; steered channel courses to anchorage in Amelia River. 10:41 Anchored in Amelia River in four fathoms of water to 30 fathoms starboard chain on following bearings: Front range 311° pgc, Beacon #2 - 257° pgc. 11:15 Lowered motor dinghy and transferred Jewell R Daniels, (102-627), AS, and Byron P. Quinn, (202-080), AS, to Section Base Twenty, Fernandina, Florida, in accordance with dispatch Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 7008-1047 (July). - Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; condition dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Jewell R Daniels, (102-627), AS - 11:15 Lowered motor dinghy and transferred Jewell R Daniels, (102-627), AS, and Byron P. Quinn, (202-080), AS, to Section Base Twenty, Fernandina, Florida, in accordance with dispatch Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 7008-1047 (July).

Byron P. Quinn, (202-080), AS - 11:15 Lowered motor dinghy and transferred Jewell R Daniels, (102-627), AS, and Byron P. Quinn, (202-080), AS, to Section Base Twenty, Fernandina, Florida, in accordance with dispatch Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 7008-1047 (July).

Meridian to 4:00PM. Anchored as before. 12:20 The "Nansemond" stood in from sea. 1:00 Quarters followed by abandon ship drill with boats fully provided. 1:08 Port and starboard surf boats in water. 1:14 Motor launch and whaleboat in water. 1:18 19' surfboat in water. The motor dinghy was away on official business. 1:19 The motor dinghy returned and took part in small boat maneuvers. 1:20 Held boat drill under oars for all hands. The following men remained aboard; The Commanding Officer and his two (2) guests; four men in engineers force; one radioman; and one quartermaster. 1:45 Secured from abandon ship drill and boat drill. * 1:50 Barney F. Bennet, (101-122), Y 2c, reported aboard for duty, from Section Base Twenty, Fernandina, Florida, in accordance with Commander Florida East Coast Area, depatch 7008-1030 and letter, Commander, Section Base Twenty, 7-13-32 (73-701). 2:30 Motor dinghy left ship with mail. 3:30 Motor dinghy returned to ship. 3:43 Started heaving round. 3:53 Anchor aweigh; stood out of Fernandina Harbor on various courses and at various speeds. *1:50 Received one box of radio spare parts and one motor-generator from Commander, Section Base Twenty for transportation to Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, For Lauderdale, Florida. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

"Nansemond" - 12:20 The "Nansemond" stood in from sea.

Barney F. Bennet, (101-122), Y 2c - reported aboard for duty, from Section Base Twenty, Fernandina, Florida, in accordance with Commander Florida East Coast Area, depatch 7008-1030 and letter, Commander, Section Base Twenty, 7-13-32 (73-701).


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13 July 1932

brunswick lighted whistle bouy 2b abeam distance 6

Lat 34.2, Long -70.2

4:00PM to 6:00PM. As before steaming down St Mary's River to seaward on channel courses. 4:39 St Mary's River entrance buoy close aboard to starboard. Streamed log (18.1). 4:41 Reduced speed to 78 rpm (8.5 knots). 4:47 Changed course to 50° pgc. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 50° pgc at 78 rpm. Received dispatch 7013-1000, from Commander, Section Base 1, Galveston, Texas, to the effect that Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (101-534), Y 2c and Oswald C Brooks (101-324), Sea 1c, who were declared deserters as of One o'clock, am, 2 July, 1932, had reported at Base One at Nine o'clock, am, this date. 6:43, changed course to 342° pgc (35.3). 6:57, changed course to 47° pgc (36.8). 7:19, BRUNSWICK LIGHTED WHISTLE BOUY "2-B", abeam, distance 6' (40.3), changed course to 22° pgc. 8:00, changed course to 193° pgc and reduced speed to 68 rpm (7.5 knots) Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (101-534), Y 2c - Received dispatch 7013-1000, from Commander, Section Base 1, Galveston, Texas, to the effect that Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (101-534), Y 2c and Oswald C Brooks (101-324), Sea 1c, who were declared deserters as of One o'clock, am, 2 July, 1932, had reported at Base One at Nine o'clock, am, this date.

Oswald C Brooks (101-324), Sea 1c - Received dispatch 7013-1000, from Commander, Section Base 1, Galveston, Texas, to the effect that Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (101-534), Y 2c and Oswald C Brooks (101-324), Sea 1c, who were declared deserters as of One o'clock, am, 2 July, 1932, had reported at Base One at Nine o'clock, am, this date.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 195° True, at 68 rpm. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 28.97, Long -80.60

ah Gable Moore al W.E. Smith Carr Hancock Lewis Mandik Masney - Thomas OS2c - TD Mohler


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14 July 1932

hetzel shoal gas and whistle buoy abeam to starboard distant 34 mile

Lat 19.6, Long -70.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 195° (true); speed 68 rpm. Time zone description plus five (+5). 1:24 St John's lightship bore 270° (True); * changed course to 171° (True), (89.5). *distant 5 miles; - And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 169° pgc at 68 rpm. 5:00, increased speed to 75 rpm. 5:30, ST. AUGUSTINE LIGHTHOUSE abeam, distance 8.5' (21.9); changed course to 159° pgc. Ship's force carried out morning routine. 8:00, Increased speed to 93 rpm. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 159° pgc, 161° True, at 93 rpm. 10:43 Ponce De Leon Inlet lighthouse abeam to starboard, distant 9.25 miles, changed course to 138° pgc, 140° True. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample, condition dry and normal. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 138° pgc; speed 93 rpm. 1:00 Held quarters followed by general quarters. 1:15:30 Sounded fire alarm. 1:16:50 Water on all hoses. 1:20 Stopped 1:21:34 Sounded collision alarm. 1:27:45 Collision mat in place. 1:29 Underway on course 138° pgc; speed 93 rpm. 2:31 Hetzel Shoal gas and whistle buoy abeam to starboard distant 3/4 mile. Changed course to 167° pgc (111.7). 3:33 Cape Canaveral lighthouse abeam to starboard; distant 11 1/2 miles. - And so to end. - Crew employed painting hatch combings, making jacobs' ladders, splicing man ropes and covering same with canvas. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 167° pgc at 93 rpm. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 167° pgc at 93 rpm. 7:20, changed course to 152 pgc 7:22, reduced speed to 43 rpm. 7:30 Increased speed to 93 rpm. 7:45 reduced speed to 43 rpm. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 152° pgc; speed 43 rpm. 8:06 Bethel Shoal gas and whistle buoy abeam to starboard, distant 1/4 mile. Changed course to 167° pgc. And so to end. - Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 27.08, Long -80.07

ah Gable Moore al W.E. Smith Carr Hancock Lewis Mandik Masney - Thomas - TD Mohler


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15 July 1932

lake worth inlet lighted whistle buoy abeam to starboard distant 14 miles

Lat 27.25, Long -80.08

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 167° pgc at 43 rpm. Time Zone +5 1:47 St. Lucie gas and whistling buoy bearing 268° pgc, distant 2 miles, stopped engines and drifted. 2:50 Underway on course 88° pgc at 43 rpm. 3:05 Stopped and drifted. Checked position frequently by cross bearings on St. Lucie Shoal gas and whistling buoy and Stuart Aero beacon E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM. Drifting as before. 5:00, underway at 94 rpm; course 172° pgc 5:15, reduced speed to 43 rpm. 5:22, stopped 5:27, CG 247 reported and direct to search for a reported derelict on a parallel course two miles to westward. 5:30, underway at 93 rpm, course 192 pgc. 5:54, changed course to 162 pgc to investigate floating object. 6:10, stopped, having located derelict, which proved to be a small power boat, floating end up, position 27°15'N, 80°05'W. 6:30, Ship force preparing to take derelict in tow. 6:40, recalled the CG 247, which stood by 7:58, underway and stood closer to derelict. Chester McP Anderson Lt

CG 247 - 5:27, CG 247 reported and direct to search for a reported derelict on a parallel course two miles to westward.

CG 247 - 6:40, recalled the CG 247, which stood by

8:00AM to Meridian As before. 8:10 Patrol boat 247 ran line to derelict. 8:20 Underway on course 173° pgc, speed 53 rpm, towing derelict. And so to end. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flood cocks and Franklin life buoys and found same in good order. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Patrol boat 247 - 8:10 Patrol boat 247 ran line to derelict.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 173° pgc at 53 rpm. 12:10 Increased speed to 63 rpm. 1:00 Quarters followed by gun drill for gun's crews, signal and infantry drill for all others. 1:20 Changed course 163° pgc. 1:46 Jupiter Inlet light abeam to starboard, distant 1.8 miles. Towing the V-17205 throughout entire watch. * See next page. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

V-17205 - Towing the V-17205 throughout entire watch.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 163° pgc; speed 63 rpm; towing V-17205. 4:05 Changed course to 182° pgc. 5:34 Lake Worth Inlet lighted whistle buoy abeam to starboard, distant 1.4 miles. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

V-17205 - towing V-17205

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 182° pgc at 63 rpm throughout, towing derelict launch. Chester McP Anderson Lieut


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15 July 1932

(CONTINUED)

8:00PM to Midnight Towing V-17205 on course, 182° pgc, at 63 rpm, as before. Time Zone +5. 10:17 Changed course to 187° pgc. 10:15 Coast Guard patrol boat 247 rejoined Unalga and acted as convoy. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

V-17205 - Towing V-17205

Coast Guard patrol boat 247 - 10:15 Coast Guard patrol boat 247 rejoined Unalga and acted as convoy.

* Meridian to 4:00PM (CONTINUED) 2:00 The Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Alex Banyas (201-155) Sea 2c, for insolence to a petty officer and shirking duty. Awarded ten (10) days extra duty. 2:00 The Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Lucious P. Dickey, (102-881), M.Att 1c, for repeated failure to pipe down air bedding, promptly, after being warned several times by the master-at-arms. Awarded six (6) hours extra duty. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Alex Banyas (201-155) Sea 2c - 2:00 The Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Alex Banyas (201-155) Sea 2c, for insolence to a petty officer and shirking duty. Awarded ten (10) days extra duty.

Lucious P. Dickey, (102-881), M.Att 1c - 2:00 The Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Lucious P. Dickey, (102-881), M.Att 1c, for repeated failure to pipe down air bedding, promptly, after being warned several times by the master-at-arms. Awarded six (6) hours extra duty.

(CONTINUED)

8:00PM to Midnight Towing V-17205 on course, 182° pgc, at 63 rpm, as before. Time Zone +5. 10:17 Changed course to 187° pgc. 10:15 Coast Guard patrol boat 247 rejoined Unalga and acted as convoy. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

V-17205 - Towing V-17205

Coast Guard patrol boat 247 - 10:15 Coast Guard patrol boat 247 rejoined Unalga and acted as convoy.

* Meridian to 4:00PM (CONTINUED) 2:00 The Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Alex Banyas (201-155) Sea 2c, for insolence to a petty officer and shirking duty. Awarded ten (10) days extra duty. 2:00 The Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Lucious P. Dickey, (102-881), M.Att 1c, for repeated failure to pipe down air bedding, promptly, after being warned several times by the master-at-arms. Awarded six (6) hours extra duty. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Alex Banyas (201-155) Sea 2c - 2:00 The Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Alex Banyas (201-155) Sea 2c, for insolence to a petty officer and shirking duty. Awarded ten (10) days extra duty.

Lucious P. Dickey, (102-881), M.Att 1c - 2:00 The Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Lucious P. Dickey, (102-881), M.Att 1c, for repeated failure to pipe down air bedding, promptly, after being warned several times by the master-at-arms. Awarded six (6) hours extra duty.


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port everglades florida

Lat 26.07, Long -80.05

ah Gable Moore al Smith Carr Hancock Lewis Masney TD Mohler


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16 July 1932

port everglades entrance bouy abeam distance 16 miles

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 187° pgc; speed 63 rpm. Time zone description plus five (+5). * 2:44 Hillboro Inlet light abeam to starboard, distant 1 mile; changed course to 180° pgc Towing V-17205 throughout watch. *12:10 Patrol boat No. 247 left to resume her regular patrol. - And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

V-17205 - Towing V-17205 throughout watch.

Patrol boat No. 247 - left to resume her regular patrol.

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 180° pgc at 63 rpm towing derelict launch. 4:23, Reduced speed to 43 rpm. 5:00, Port Everglades Entrance Bouy abeam, distance 1.6 miles. 5:55, changed course to 0° pgc. 6:40, changed course to 180° pgc. Ship's force preparing for Commanding Officer's inspection. 7:32 changed course to 0° pgc 8:00, changed course to 287° pgc, standing in towards Port Everglade's Entrance Bouy. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to 4:00PM. Underway, standing in towards Port Everglades as before on various speeds and courses. 8:45, PORT EVERGLADES ENTRANCE BOUY abeam. 9:05, Stopped and slipped tow line of derelict launch, which was taken in charge by CG 216 for delivery to Base Six. 9:06, Underway, standing towards dock 9:12, Moored at South berth, Port Everglades. 9:30, Secured #2 Boiler. * 10:25 Received supplies from Raymond Clopeck Co., on proposal dated 29 June, 1932 by Commanding officer. 11:00 Held General Muster followed by Commanding Officer's inspection. 11:10 Edward M. Thomas, (110 237), Off. Std. 2c reported on board from ten (10) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer and four days (4) extension thereto granted by Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, during absence of UNALGA at sea; total fourteen (14) days. 11:10 Charles L, Mandik, (206-142), AS, reported on board from leave of absence, having taken nine (9) days of ten (10) days granted by Commanding Officer.

CG 216 - 9:05, Stopped and slipped tow line of derelict launch, which was taken in charge by CG 216 for delivery to Base Six.

Edward M. Thomas, (110 237), Off. Std. 2c - reported on board from ten (10) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer and four days (4) extension thereto granted by Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, during absence of UNALGA at sea; total fourteen (14) days.

Charles L, Mandik, (206-142), AS - reported on board from leave of absence, having taken nine (9) days of ten (10) days granted by Commanding Officer.

11:30 Received the following ammunition, from Naval Ammunition Depot, St. Juliens Creek, Portsmouth, Va.; B/L N 076,067-32 and Invoice 32833: 110 Cartridges, 6-pdr. Saluting. 150 lbs., Black Camon for saluting. Received one box of TNT demolition blocks from QM Savanna Ordnance Depot, Proving Grounds, Illinois, as per B/L T.118965. Received three (3) boxes stationery from Division of Supply, Treasury Dept., Washington, DC on Govt. B/L T 190-730.


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16 July 1932

(CONTINUED)

8:00AM to 4:00PM (continued) 1:00, Granted liberty to port watch until 9:00am tomorrow. 1:00, Charles Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c, left ship on three (3) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer 1:00, Charles L Mandik, (206-142), AS, left ship on five (5) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 1:30, Reedal Ogilvie, (216-200), RM 2c, reported on board for duty from Section Base Six, having previously reported there temporarily under transfer orders from Section Base Twenty to the "Unalga", authority Dispatch, 7008-1050, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area and letter Commander, Section Base Twenty, dated July 7 1932 (73-701). Received commissary stores from the Great A and P Tea Company, as per invoice. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Charles Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c - left ship on three (3) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer

Charles L Mandik, (206-142), AS - left ship on five (5) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Reedal Ogilvie, (216-200), RM 2c - reported on board for duty from Section Base Six, having previously reported there temporarily under transfer orders from Section Base Twenty to the "Unalga", authority Dispatch, 7008-1050, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area and letter Commander, Section Base Twenty, dated July 7 1932 (73-701).

4:00PM to Midnight. No remarks Chester McP Anderson Lieut

*William Grayson and Paul Pate, guests of Commanding Officer, left the ship.

William Grayson - William Grayson and Paul Pate, guests of Commanding Officer, left the ship.

Paul Pate - William Grayson and Paul Pate, guests of Commanding Officer, left the ship.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gable Moore al Smith Carr Hancock Lewis Masney Mandik *Lawson TD Mohler


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17 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. Ship's force carried out Sunday morning routine 9:00, Liberty party all returned on time Chester McP Anderson Lieut

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00aM tomorrow 11:55 The "Perry" stood out to sea. Performed Sabbath routine. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

"Perry" - 11:55 The "Perry" stood out to sea.

4:00PM to Midnight 9:20 Held blinker drill with US Navy Destroyer "KANE". E.E. Fahey, Ensign

US Navy Destroyer "KANE" - 9:20 Held blinker drill with US Navy Destroyer "KANE".


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gable Moore al Smith Masney Mandik Lewis Lawson


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18 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. Performed morning routine and aired bedding. * 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:05 Held boat drill for men in special ratings 8:45 Secured from boat drill. *8:00 Engineer's force started cleaning number #2 boiler. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

8:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by general quarters and gun drill. 9:45 Sounded alarm for collision. - 9:50 Collision mat in place. 9:53 Sounded fire alarm. - 9:56 Water on all hoses. 10:30 Arthur J. Carr, (101-806), MM 1c, returned from fifteen (15) days' leave of absence. 1:30 Ervin W. Poos, (108-477), RM 1c, tranferred to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, having completed temporary duty on board this vessel in accordance with Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area letter, 5 July, 1932, (73-701). 1:45 Marvin F. Mohler, (107-439), RM 1c, reported on board in accordance with letter, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 18 July, 1932, (73-701). The following men were honorably discharged this date by reason of the expiration of the full term of their enlistments and extensions thereof: John H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, Honorable Discharge No. A-31339. Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, Honorable Discharge No. A-31341. Robert Woldon, (110-185), Off. Std. 3c; Honorable Discharge No. A-31342 William A. Pope, (108-479), M.Att. 1c; Honorable Discharge No. A-31340 They were paid to date in full on voucher. Crew employed cleaning port monomoy surfboat, in painting welldeck bulwarks, and in washing masts, stack, and ventilator cowls. 3:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Received commissary stores, as per invoices from the Great A&P Tea Co., and Gim's Bakery. Received engineer's stores, as per invoice, from Broward Sheet Metal Works. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Arthur J. Carr, (101-806), MM 1c - returned from fifteen (15) days' leave of absence.

Ervin W. Poos, (108-477), RM 1c - tranferred to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, having completed temporary duty on board this vessel in accordance with Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area letter, 5 July, 1932, (73-701).

Marvin F. Mohler, (107-439), RM 1c - reported on board in accordance with letter, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 18 July, 1932, (73-701).

John H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c - The following men were honorably discharged this date by reason of the expiration of the full term of their enlistments and extensions thereof: John H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, Honorable Discharge No. A-31339. Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, Honorable Discharge No. A-31341. Robert Woldon, (110-185), Off. Std. 3c; Honorable Discharge No. A-31342 William A. Pope, (108-479), M.Att. 1c; Honorable Discharge No. A-31340 They were paid to date in full on voucher.

Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c - The following men were honorably discharged this date by reason of the expiration of the full term of their enlistments and extensions thereof: John H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, Honorable Discharge No. A-31339. Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, Honorable Discharge No. A-31341. Robert Woldon, (110-185), Off. Std. 3c; Honorable Discharge No. A-31342 William A. Pope, (108-479), M.Att. 1c; Honorable Discharge No. A-31340 They were paid to date in full on voucher.

Robert Woldon, (110-185), Off. Std. 3c - The following men were honorably discharged this date by reason of the expiration of the full term of their enlistments and extensions thereof: John H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, Honorable Discharge No. A-31339. Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, Honorable Discharge No. A-31341. Robert Woldon, (110-185), Off. Std. 3c; Honorable Discharge No. A-31342 William A. Pope, (108-479), M.Att. 1c; Honorable Discharge No. A-31340 They were paid to date in full on voucher.

William A. Pope, (108-479), M.Att. 1c - The following men were honorably discharged this date by reason of the expiration of the full term of their enlistments and extensions thereof: John H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, Honorable Discharge No. A-31339. Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, Honorable Discharge No. A-31341. Robert Woldon, (110-185), Off. Std. 3c; Honorable Discharge No. A-31342 William A. Pope, (108-479), M.Att. 1c; Honorable Discharge No. A-31340 They were paid to date in full on voucher.

4:00PM to Midnight. No Remarks T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gable Moore al Smith Masney Mandik Lewis Hancock - Lawson


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19 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Adjustment made to bridge barometer, which was found to be under-reading .3 inch. 9:30, Held quarters, followed by gun and signal drills. Cedric Davies, (201-047), Sea 1c, sent to Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., for in-patient treatment, upon direction of Dr. Hendricks, AAS, USPHS. 11:00, Re-enlisted the following named men in the regular establishment, each for the period of two (2) years, and in the rating set opposite their names:- John H Patterson, (108-200), Ship's cook, first class, Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), Fireman, first class, Robert Wolden, (111-185), Officer's Steward, third class, William A. Pope, (108-479); Mess attendant, first class. 1:00, Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668) BM 1c, left ship on two (2) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 23 July, 1932., authority, Art 519, Regulations. 1:00, Howard F. Wheeler, (110,-939), F 1c, left ship on ten (10) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 30 July, 1932., authority, Art 519, Regulations. Deck force employed in painting smokestack and well deck, overhauling port surf boat and various canvas work. 3:00, Shipped, via Railway Express Agency, Inc, 4 ounce sample of SPD #2240, to Naval Ammunition Depot, St Julien's Creek, Va., for semi-annual surveillance test, on Govt. B/L T-50087. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from the Great A. and P. Tea. Co. and Costello Grocery-Market. Engineer's force employed throughout day in cleaning #2 boiler. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

Cedric Davies, (201-047), Sea 1c - sent to Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., for in-patient treatment, upon direction of Dr. Hendricks, AAS, USPHS.

John H Patterson, (108-200), Ship's cook, first class - 11:00, Re-enlisted the following named men in the regular establishment, each for the period of two (2) years, and in the rating set opposite their names:- John H Patterson, (108-200), Ship's cook, first class, Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), Fireman, first class, Robert Wolden, (111-185), Officer's Steward, third class, William A. Pope, (108-479); Mess attendant, first class.

Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), Fireman, first class - 11:00, Re-enlisted the following named men in the regular establishment, each for the period of two (2) years, and in the rating set opposite their names:- John H Patterson, (108-200), Ship's cook, first class, Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), Fireman, first class, Robert Wolden, (111-185), Officer's Steward, third class, William A. Pope, (108-479); Mess attendant, first class.

Robert Wolden, (111-185), Officer's Steward, third class - 11:00, Re-enlisted the following named men in the regular establishment, each for the period of two (2) years, and in the rating set opposite their names:- John H Patterson, (108-200), Ship's cook, first class, Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), Fireman, first class, Robert Wolden, (111-185), Officer's Steward, third class, William A. Pope, (108-479); Mess attendant, first class.

William A. Pope, (108-479); Mess attendant, first class - 11:00, Re-enlisted the following named men in the regular establishment, each for the period of two (2) years, and in the rating set opposite their names:- John H Patterson, (108-200), Ship's cook, first class, Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), Fireman, first class, Robert Wolden, (111-185), Officer's Steward, third class, William A. Pope, (108-479); Mess attendant, first class.

Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668) BM 1c - left ship on two (2) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 23 July, 1932., authority, Art 519, Regulations.

Howard F. Wheeler, (110,-939), F 1c - left ship on ten (10) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 30 July, 1932., authority, Art 519, Regulations.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30, Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00am, tomorrow. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gobel Moore Davies al W.E. Smith Masney Mandik Lewis Hancock Kennedy Wheeler


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20 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before, at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description; plus five 6:00, All hands. Ships force carried out morning orders. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time. Held boat drill for deck force. Engineer's force resumed cleaning of #2 boiler. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by resuscitation drill. 10:00 Landing force ashore for infantry drill 10:40 Landing force aboard. 11:30 Charles Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c, returned from three (3) days leave of absence on time. Received subsistence stores for general mess from, Southern Dairies, Baltic Grocery, A. and P. Grocery, Zim's Bakery as per invoice. Deck force engaged in painting well deck, ventilators and smoke stack. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Charles Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c - returned from three (3) days leave of absence on time.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gobel Moore Davies Mohler al Smith Kennedy Masney Lewis Mandik Wheeler Hancock


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21 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5 * 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:05 Held boat drill under oars for deck force and men in special ratings. 8:30 Secured from boat drill. Engineer's force resumed cleaning number (2) two boiler. *The "Perry" stood in from sea and moored at south side ship. E.E. Fahey, Ensign.

"Perry" - The "Perry" stood in from sea and moored at south side ship.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by signal drill and beach apparatus instruction Crew employed lowering motor launch and in ship's routine cleaning. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from The Great A&P Tea Company 10:20 Quartermasters held signal drill. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Marvin F. Mohler, (107-439), RM 1c, confined to sickbay, Base Six, pending recovery from circumcision. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Marvin F. Mohler, (107-439), RM 1c - confined to sickbay, Base Six, pending recovery from circumcision.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gobel Moore Davies Mohler al Wheeler awl Mandik


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22 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning orders. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. Engineer's force resumed cleaning No. 2 boiler. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Conducted fortnightly powder tests and tested magazine flood-cock. 9:30, Held quarters, followed by gun drill, signal drill and pistol instruction. Quartermasters held signal drill. 9:50, Received shipment of one electrical converter from National Electrical Supply Co, Washington, DC on Govt. B/L #T 153513. On unpacking, the same was found to be damaged, apparently by faulty packing. 10:00, Engineer's force completed cleaning of #2 boiler. 10:30, Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, reported on board from twenty (20) day's leave of absence, on time, the same expiring at noon, this date. 10:40, Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, reported on board from two (2) day's leave of absence, on time, the same expiring at noon, this date. 10:45, Louis F. Masney, (204-010), Sea 1c, reported on board from twenty (20) days leave of absence, on time, the same expiring at noon, this date. 11:00, William F. Smith, (109-131), CMM, reported on board from twenty (20) days leave of absence, on time, the same expiring at noon, this date 11:30, Manuel C. Lewis, (206-359), QM 3c, reported on board from twenty (20) days leave of absence, on time, the same expiring at noon, this date 12:00, Charles L Mandik, (206-142), AS, who had been granted five (5) days leave of absence on 16 July, 1932, the same to expire at noon, this date, failed to return, and is now absent after leave has expired without proper authority. Ship's force employed in general field day duties, in side cleaning, overhauling of boats and in sand-scrubbing of decks. 3:15, Held baot drill under oars Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from the Great A. and P. Tea Co. and Zim's Bakery. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c - reported on board from twenty (20) day's leave of absence, on time, the same expiring at noon, this date.

Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c - reported on board from two (2) day's leave of absence, on time, the same expiring at noon, this date.

Louis F. Masney, (204-010), Sea 1c - reported on board from twenty (20) days leave of absence, on time, the same expiring at noon, this date.

William F. Smith, (109-131), CMM - reported on board from twenty (20) days leave of absence, on time, the same expiring at noon, this date

Manuel C. Lewis, (206-359), QM 3c - reported on board from twenty (20) days leave of absence, on time, the same expiring at noon, this date

Charles L Mandik, (206-142), AS - who had been granted five (5) days leave of absence on 16 July, 1932, the same to expire at noon, this date, failed to return, and is now absent after leave has expired without proper authority.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30, Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00am, tomorrow Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gobel Moore Davies Mohler al Wheeler


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23 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. 6:00, All hands. Ships force carried out morning routine preparing ship for inspection. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. 10:30 The Commanding Officer made weekly inspection of ship. 11:35 John W. Gartwright, (105-786), WT 1c, returned (3) three hours and (35) thirty-five minutes late from regular liberty. 12:55 Charles L. Mandik, (206-142), AS, returned from five (5) days leave of absence, he being (24) twenty-four hours and (55) fifty five minutes over leave. 1:00 Morwood E. Terrell, (216-004), RM 2c, left on (5) five days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. Article 519, Personnell Instructions. 1:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 9:00AM tomorrow 1:00 Secured radio watch. Authority, Article 1130, Communication Instructions. Received commissary stores from the A. and P. Company as per invoice, Received 100 pounds of rags, from Raymond and Clopeck, for Engineer's Force. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

John W. Gartwright, (105-786), WT 1c - returned (3) three hours and (35) thirty-five minutes late from regular liberty.

Charles L. Mandik, (206-142), AS - returned from five (5) days leave of absence, he being (24) twenty-four hours and (55) fifty five minutes over leave.

Morwood E. Terrell, (216-004), RM 2c - left on (5) five days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. Article 519, Personnell Instructions.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gobel Moore Mohler al Wheeler Terrell


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24 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5 12:05 Ensign T.G. Miller left on one months Legislative furlough granted by Headquarters. 9:00 Liberty party returned on time. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Ensign T.G. Miller - left on one months Legislative furlough granted by Headquarters.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 9:00 Cedric Davies, (201-047), Sea 1c, reported on board from inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 10:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM to Morrow. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

Cedric Davies, (201-047), Sea 1c - reported on board from inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

4:00PM to Mid Performed routine duties. P.M. Pedersen Btsw


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gobel Moore *Mohler al Wheeler Terrell Of - al Mr. Miller


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25 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Mid to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone +5. Carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:20 USS Perry CG left dock and stod out to sea. 8:30 Lieut Chester M. Anderson left vessel for Division Office, to act as a sub board for examination of enlisted personell, in accordance with Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area Letter of 14 July - 1932. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

USS Perry CG - 8:20 USS Perry CG left dock and stod out to sea.

Lieut Chester M. Anderson - left vessel for Division Office, to act as a sub board for examination of enlisted personell, in accordance with Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area Letter of 14 July - 1932.

9:00AM to 5:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by general quarters; simulated short range target practice. 9:40 Secured from general quarters. 9:41 Sounded alarm for collision on starboard bow. 9:44 Mat in place; secured from collision drill. 9:49 Sounded alarm for fire amidships. 9:51 Water on all hose; secured from fire drill. *9:00 Captain C.F. Howell resumed command of Florida East Coast Patrol Area. 11:15 The Commanding Officer held mast in the case of John W. Gartwright, (105-786), WT 1c, for being three (3) hours and thirty-five (35) minutes late returning from liberty and awarded six (6) hours extra duty; and in the case of Charles L. Mandik (206-137), AS, for being twenty-four (24) hours and fifty-five (55) minutes overleave and awarded ten (10) days restriction and ten (10) hours extra duty. 11:30 The following named men were advanced in ratings this date, William B. De Veny, (102-489), F 2c to F 1c. Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c to F 1c. Walter P. Stewart, (206-141, F 3c to F 2c. Charles L. Mandik, (206-137), AS to Sea 2c. John Stetz, (206-135), AS to Sea 2c. Authority: Letter, Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 22 July, 1932 (701). 11:30 Quartermasters instructed at signal drill.

Captain C.F. Howell - resumed command of Florida East Coast Patrol Area.

John W. Gartwright, (105-786), WT 1c - 11:15 The Commanding Officer held mast in the case of John W. Gartwright, (105-786), WT 1c, for being three (3) hours and thirty-five (35) minutes late returning from liberty and awarded six (6) hours extra duty; and in the case of Charles L. Mandik (206-137), AS, for being twenty-four (24) hours and fifty-five (55) minutes overleave and awarded ten (10) days restriction and ten (10) hours extra duty.

Charles L. Mandik (206-137), AS - 11:15 The Commanding Officer held mast in the case of John W. Gartwright, (105-786), WT 1c, for being three (3) hours and thirty-five (35) minutes late returning from liberty and awarded six (6) hours extra duty; and in the case of Charles L. Mandik (206-137), AS, for being twenty-four (24) hours and fifty-five (55) minutes overleave and awarded ten (10) days restriction and ten (10) hours extra duty.

William B. De Veny, (102-489), F 2c - 11:30 The following named men were advanced in ratings this date, William B. De Veny, (102-489), F 2c to F 1c. Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c to F 1c. Walter P. Stewart, (206-141, F 3c to F 2c. Charles L. Mandik, (206-137), AS to Sea 2c. John Stetz, (206-135), AS to Sea 2c. Authority: Letter, Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 22 July, 1932 (701).

Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c - 11:30 The following named men were advanced in ratings this date, William B. De Veny, (102-489), F 2c to F 1c. Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c to F 1c. Walter P. Stewart, (206-141, F 3c to F 2c. Charles L. Mandik, (206-137), AS to Sea 2c. John Stetz, (206-135), AS to Sea 2c. Authority: Letter, Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 22 July, 1932 (701).

Walter P. Stewart, (206-141, F 3c - 11:30 The following named men were advanced in ratings this date, William B. De Veny, (102-489), F 2c to F 1c. Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c to F 1c. Walter P. Stewart, (206-141, F 3c to F 2c. Charles L. Mandik, (206-137), AS to Sea 2c. John Stetz, (206-135), AS to Sea 2c. Authority: Letter, Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 22 July, 1932 (701).

Charles L. Mandik, (206-137), AS - 11:30 The following named men were advanced in ratings this date, William B. De Veny, (102-489), F 2c to F 1c. Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c to F 1c. Walter P. Stewart, (206-141, F 3c to F 2c. Charles L. Mandik, (206-137), AS to Sea 2c. John Stetz, (206-135), AS to Sea 2c. Authority: Letter, Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 22 July, 1932 (701).

John Stetz, (206-135), AS - 11:30 The following named men were advanced in ratings this date, William B. De Veny, (102-489), F 2c to F 1c. Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c to F 1c. Walter P. Stewart, (206-141, F 3c to F 2c. Charles L. Mandik, (206-137), AS to Sea 2c. John Stetz, (206-135), AS to Sea 2c. Authority: Letter, Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 22 July, 1932 (701).

Cedric Davies, (201-047), Sea 1c - departed for US Marine Hospital No 10, Key West, Florida, for inpatient treatment of abcess prostate, which is a result of his own misconduct and not an incident of service. Article 2153(1) Regulations.

1:30 Cedric Davies, (201-047), Sea 1c, departed for US Marine Hospital No 10, Key West, Florida, for inpatient treatment of abcess prostate, which is a result of his own misconduct and not an incident of service. Article 2153(1) Regulations. 1:30 William B. Deny, (102-489), F 1c departed for US Marine Hospital No 10, Key West, Florida for inpatient treatment of chronic tonsillitis, which is an incident of service and not the result of his own misconduct. Article 2153(1) Regulations. 3:30 Held boat drill under oars for deck force. 5:00 Lieut. C.M. Anderson reported aboard from special duty at Division Office Received commissary stores from the Southern Dairies and The A. and P. Company as per invoice. Received, from the Gulf Refining Company, 50 gallons kerosene, 70 gallons gasolene for Engineers Department. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

William B. Deny, (102-489), F 1c - departed for US Marine Hospital No 10, Key West, Florida for inpatient treatment of chronic tonsillitis, which is an incident of service and not the result of his own misconduct. Article 2153(1) Regulations.

Lieut. C.M. Anderson - reported aboard from special duty at Division Office


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25 July 1932

out of port everglades florida

Lat 52.8, Long 173.3

(CONTINUED)

5:00PM to 10:50PM. 8:04 Received dispatch 6025-1051 from the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, relative to SS "Edgehill" requiring assistance off Sombrero Key. Recalled liberty party, and ordered full head of steam on both boilers. Received commissary stores as per invoice from the Great A. and P. Tea Co. 9:00, Marvin F. Mohler, (107-439), RM 1c reported on board from Base Six dispensary. , 10:00, Commenced winding ship. 10:30, finished winding ship. 10:30 J.C. Barb, RM 2c reported on board for temporary duty from the PERRY, * Chester McP Anderson, Lieut

Marvin F. Mohler, (107-439), RM 1c - reported on board from Base Six dispensary.

J.C. Barb, RM 2c - reported on board for temporary duty from the PERRY

10:50 to Midnight Standing out of Port Everglades, Florida on various courses at 60 rpm. 11:20 Increased speed to 94 rpm; streamed log reading (88.9) and set course 175° pgc and so to end. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

* authority, verbal instructions of Division Communication Officer. Mr. William M. Grayson and Mr. Paul W. Pate came on board as guests of commanding officer. 10:46, unmoored and underway, standing out Port Everglades channel on various courses and speeds The following listed enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: Thomas Rosso, (109 700), CRM, Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 1c, Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c, Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, Edward M. Thomas, (110-237) Off. Std. 2c.

Mr. William M. Grayson - Mr. William M. Grayson and Mr. Paul W. Pate came on board as guests of commanding officer.

Mr. Paul W. Pate - Mr. William M. Grayson and Mr. Paul W. Pate came on board as guests of commanding officer.

Thomas Rosso, (109 700), CRM - The following listed enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: Thomas Rosso, (109 700), CRM, Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 1c, Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c, Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, Edward M. Thomas, (110-237) Off. Std. 2c.

Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c - The following listed enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: Thomas Rosso, (109 700), CRM, Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 1c, Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c, Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, Edward M. Thomas, (110-237) Off. Std. 2c.

George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 1c - The following listed enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: Thomas Rosso, (109 700), CRM, Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 1c, Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c, Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, Edward M. Thomas, (110-237) Off. Std. 2c.

Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c - The following listed enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: Thomas Rosso, (109 700), CRM, Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 1c, Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c, Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, Edward M. Thomas, (110-237) Off. Std. 2c.

Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c - The following listed enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: Thomas Rosso, (109 700), CRM, Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 1c, Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c, Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, Edward M. Thomas, (110-237) Off. Std. 2c.

Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c - The following listed enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: Thomas Rosso, (109 700), CRM, Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 1c, Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c, Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, Edward M. Thomas, (110-237) Off. Std. 2c.

Edward M. Thomas, (110-237) Off. Std. 2c - The following listed enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: Thomas Rosso, (109 700), CRM, Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 1c, Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c, Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, Edward M. Thomas, (110-237) Off. Std. 2c.


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 24.70, Long -80.87

ah Gobel Moore DeVeny absent Davies al Wheeler Terrell Com Of - Mr. Miller Left ashore Hancock Rosso Kennedy Fritz Lewis Stewart Thomas


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26 July 1932

miami sea buoy abeam to starboard distance 3 miles

Lat 43.7, Long 73.9

Mid to 4:00AM. On course 175 pgc, 98 rpm. 2:00 Miami Sea buoy abeam to starboard; distance 3 miles. (17.0) Changed course to 181 pgc. 3:20 Fowey Rocks Light abeam to Starboard, distance 2 miles (30.1) Changed course to 188 pgc. And so to end of watch. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

4:00AM to 8:00AM On course 188° pgc at 98 rpm. 4:01, changed course to 180 pgc (38.2). 4:41, changed course to 193° pgc (45.3) 4:56 PACIFIC REEF LIGHTHOUSE abeam, distance 2.3 miles (48.) 5:06, changed course to 210° pgc (50.1). 6:26 CARYSFORT LIGHTHOUSE abeam, distance 1.2 miles, (63.2). Deck force carried out morning routine 7:25, increased speed to 108 rpm. 7:26, changed course to 217° pgc. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian On course 217° pgc at 108 rpm. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 8:29 Mollasses Reef light abeam to starboard, distant 1.5 miles; changed course to 232° pgc. 8:42 Changed course to 235° pgc. 9:32 Entered area of Gulf Division. 10:06 Alligator Reef light abeam to starboard, distant .8 miles, changed course to 233° pgc. 11:11 Tennessee Gas and Bell buoy abeam to starboard, distant .8 miles, changed course to 247° pgc, and so to end. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00pm. Course 247° PGC at 108 rpm. 1:00, Quarters followed by Gun and Signal drill. 1:30 Secured from Quarters. 1:33 Sombrero Key Light abeam to starboard, distance 1 mile, (46.8), Changed course to 258° pgc. 1:50 hauled in log reading 51.9. 2:20 Sounded alarm for man overboard, ordered pull left rudder and pull astern an engine 3:22:45 stopped engine, port life boat in water and left ship. 2:26:50 buoy recovered, 2:30 life boat returned to ship. 2:35 life boat left, with Lieut Chester M. Anderson, for the steamship "Edgehill" who was anchored close by (Lat 24°-35'n Lo 81°-15'w) 3:10 Life boat returned with Lieut Anderson who stated that the Edgehill had stripped after Halix of HS penion Turbine, and that the Master, (M.G. Durham) requested to be towed to Key West. 3:40 Anchored in 19 fth of water, 40 fth of chain on port anchor 3:50 Life boat crew running line (4") to the Edgehill P.M. Pedersen Btsw

Lieut Chester M. Anderson - 2:35 life boat left, with Lieut Chester M. Anderson, for the steamship "Edgehill" who was anchored close by

steamship "Edgehill" - 2:35 life boat left, with Lieut Chester M. Anderson, for the steamship "Edgehill" who was anchored close by


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26 July 1932

sombrero light abeam to port distance 5 miles

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

(CONTINUED)

4:00PM to 6:00PM. Ensign E.E. Fahey relieved from duty owing to illness. Anchored as before, making preparations to run hawser to Str. "Edgehill" 4:02, Started line aboard steamer. 4:37, line reported fast. 4:45, Str Edgehill's anchor up. 4:48, Anchor up and underway on course 249° pgc, at various speeds up to 53 rpm. 5:30 Str. Edgehill reported her engines running at 30 rpm. 5:34, Increased speed to 73 rpm. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Ensign E.E. Fahey - relieved from duty owing to illness.

Str. "Edgehill" - making preparations to run hawser to Str. "Edgehill"

Str Edgehill - 4:45, Str Edgehill's anchor up.

Str. Edgehill - 5:30 Str. Edgehill reported her engines running at 30 rpm.

6:00PM - 8:00PM. Proceeding with "Edgehill" in tow on course 249° pgc. 6:06 Increased speed to 78 rpm. 6:45 c/c to 263° pgc. 7:00 Increased speed to 88 rpm. 7:15 Reduced speed to 83 rpm, continued to reduce speed as "Edgehill" advised he desired to proceed without our assistance but requested "Unalga" standby for one hour. Made preparations to take towing hawser aboard. 7:30 c/c 252° pgc. American Shoal lighthouse abeam 1/2 mile distant. 7:35 "Edgehill" let go towline and proceeded to westward under own power. 7:53 Hawser on board proceeded at 1/3 speed accompanying the "Edgehill". J.P. Crowley, Lieut.

"Edgehill" - Proceeding with "Edgehill" in tow

"Edgehill" - advised he desired to proceed without our assistance but requested "Unalga" standby for one hour.

"Edgehill" - 7:35 "Edgehill" let go towline and proceeded to westward under own power.

"Edgehill" - accompanying the "Edgehill"

8:00PM to Midnight. On Course 251 pgc at one third speed (1/3) heaving 4" Running line on board. 8:30 running line on board, Changed course to 98° pgc, increased speed to 93 rpm streamed log reading 50.0 8:52 American shoal light abeam to port, distance 2 miles Changed course to 82° pgc, (52.3) 11:07 Sombrero Light abeam to port, distance 5 miles (75.8) Changed course to 69° pgc, and so to end of watch. Issued 15 night Rations to Engineer Force. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

I have this day boarded the Am. s/s "EDGEHILL" of Seattle, M.J. Dierham, Master, in connection with assistance duty to that vessel. The Edgehill is 20 days out from Hull, England to New Orleans, La. Manifest not indorsed as ship is without same, being light Chester McP Anderson Boarding Officer.


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port everglades florida

Lat 25.93, Long -80.00

ah Gobel Moore DeVeny absent Davies al Wheeler Terrell Rosso - Mr. Miller absent Hancock Lewis


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27 July 1932

molasses reef lighthouse abeam distance 50 miles

Lat 19.6, Long -70.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 69° pgc at 93 rpm. 12:58 Tennessee Reef Lighted Buoy abeam, distance 5.1 miles; course changed to 55° pgc (94.2) 1:53, Alligator Reef Lighthouse abeam, distance 5.1 miles, course changed to 54° pgc. 3:41, Molasses Reef Lighthouse abeam, distance 5.0 miles; changed course to 37° pgc. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

4:00AM - 8:00AM Proceeding on course 37° pgc at speed of 93 rpm. 4:28 log (27.4) Carysfort lighthouse abeam - 5 miles distant - c/c 24° pgc. 5:20 log (35.9) Pacific Reef lighthouse abeam - distant 5 miles - c/c 11° pgc. 6:25 log (46.6) Fowey Rocks lighthouse abeam - 5 miles distant - c/c 0° pgc. J.P. Crowley, Lieut.

8:00AM to 4:00PM. On course 0° pgc at 93 rpm. 8:14 changed course to 327° pgc (64.5). 8:31 changed course to 313° pgc (67.3). 8:45 hauled in log reading 70.0 9:01 Port Everglades entrance buoy close aboard to starboard, stood in towards dock on various courses and speed. 9:19 Moored to dock at Port Everglades Florida. 9:45 held Quarters followed by Resuscitation drill. 9:45 secured #2 boiler. steaming #1 boiler. 10:15 The following named men reported on board from Section base six, from authorized liberty granted by that unit, upon reporting there on espiration of liberty granted by Commanding Officer Unalga, that vessel being at sea. Paul T. Kennedy (105-608), BM 1c, Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c and Edward M. Thomas, (110-237) Off. Std. 2c. 10:15 secured from quarters and drill. 11:25 Corliss L. Fitzgerald (103-534) Y 2c reported on board under guard from Section Base Six, having previously reported at that place at 8:15am July 26 - 1932 in accordance with Headquarters dispatch 7015-1604, July 1932, and letter of Commander Section Base One, of 22 July 1932, above named man was placed in single irons for safe keeping by order of Commanding Officer Unalga. 11:30 Barb, J.C., (number unknown), RM 2c departed for USS Perry, CG for resumption of regular duties; temporary duties on board this vessel having been completed. Authority verbal orders, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 7-27-32. 12:01, Secured Radio watch, in accordance with Communication instructions, Article 1129. 1:00 Corliss L. Fitzgerald (103-534) Y 2c was ordered to turn ~ in ships Officer during working hours and only to be confined for safe keeping at night, but refused duty.

Paul T. Kennedy (105-608), BM 1c - 10:15 The following named men reported on board from Section base six, from authorized liberty granted by that unit, upon reporting there on espiration of liberty granted by Commanding Officer Unalga, that vessel being at sea. Paul T. Kennedy (105-608), BM 1c, Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c and Edward M. Thomas, (110-237) Off. Std. 2c.

Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c - 10:15 The following named men reported on board from Section base six, from authorized liberty granted by that unit, upon reporting there on espiration of liberty granted by Commanding Officer Unalga, that vessel being at sea. Paul T. Kennedy (105-608), BM 1c, Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c and Edward M. Thomas, (110-237) Off. Std. 2c.

George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c - 10:15 The following named men reported on board from Section base six, from authorized liberty granted by that unit, upon reporting there on espiration of liberty granted by Commanding Officer Unalga, that vessel being at sea. Paul T. Kennedy (105-608), BM 1c, Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c and Edward M. Thomas, (110-237) Off. Std. 2c.

Edward M. Thomas, (110-237) Off. Std. 2c - 10:15 The following named men reported on board from Section base six, from authorized liberty granted by that unit, upon reporting there on espiration of liberty granted by Commanding Officer Unalga, that vessel being at sea. Paul T. Kennedy (105-608), BM 1c, Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c and Edward M. Thomas, (110-237) Off. Std. 2c.

Corliss L. Fitzgerald (103-534) Y 2c - reported on board under guard from Section Base Six, having previously reported at that place at 8:15am July 26 - 1932 in accordance with Headquarters dispatch 7015-1604, July 1932, and letter of Commander Section Base One, of 22 July 1932, above named man was placed in single irons for safe keeping by order of Commanding Officer Unalga.

Barb, J.C., (number unknown), RM 2c - departed for USS Perry, CG for resumption of regular duties; temporary duties on board this vessel having been completed. Authority verbal orders, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 7-27-32.

Corliss L. Fitzgerald (103-534) Y 2c - was ordered to turn ~ in ships Officer during working hours and only to be confined for safe keeping at night, but refused duty.


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27 July 1932

Continued

8:00AM to 4:00pm. 2:30 held boat drill under sail. The following named men were granted 48 hours liberty 26 July 1932, by Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, having reported to that unit from authorized liberty granted by Commanding Officer Unalga, that vessel being at sea, Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c and Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c. Thomas Rosso, (109-011), CRM (a) was granted three days leave of absence under same circumstances as noted above. 4:00 F.E. Kirk, (105-855), Sea 1c, left vessel for Dentist. P.M. Pedersen Btsw

Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c - The following named men were granted 48 hours liberty 26 July 1932, by Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, having reported to that unit from authorized liberty granted by Commanding Officer Unalga, that vessel being at sea, Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c and Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c.

Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c - The following named men were granted 48 hours liberty 26 July 1932, by Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, having reported to that unit from authorized liberty granted by Commanding Officer Unalga, that vessel being at sea, Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c and Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c.

Thomas Rosso, (109-011), CRM (a) - was granted three days leave of absence under same circumstances as noted above.

F.E. Kirk, (105-855), Sea 1c - left vessel for Dentist.

4:00pm to Midnight Moored as before. 4:10, Received information, via Phone, from Fort Lauderdale Memorial Hospital, that F.E. Kirk, (105-855) Sea 1c had been admitted to that place for inpatient treatment, 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch untill 8:00AM to Morrow. 8:00 Routine duties performed. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

F.E. Kirk, (105-855) Sea 1c - 4:10, Received information, via Phone, from Fort Lauderdale Memorial Hospital, that F.E. Kirk, (105-855) Sea 1c had been admitted to that place for inpatient treatment

Received Commisary stores, as per invoices, from Southern Dairies, ~ Quality Grocery Co P.M. Pedersen Btsw


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Kirk Gobel Moore DeVeny absent Davies al Wheeler Terrell Rosso - Mr. Miller


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28 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Mid to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida Time zone +5. 1:00 USS Vinces CG stod in and mooored to dock. Carried out morning orders. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time, held boat drills under oars, for men of special ratings 8:40 the following named men left vessel for Base 6, for medical attention, Charles Gosset, (119-042), Sea 1c, John W. Garthwright, (103-786), WT 1c, and Hosmer Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

USS Vinces CG - stod in and mooored to dock.

Charles Gosset, (119-042), Sea 1c - 8:40 the following named men left vessel for Base 6, for medical attention, Charles Gosset, (119-042), Sea 1c, John W. Garthwright, (103-786), WT 1c, and Hosmer Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox.

John W. Garthwright, (103-786), WT 1c - 8:40 the following named men left vessel for Base 6, for medical attention, Charles Gosset, (119-042), Sea 1c, John W. Garthwright, (103-786), WT 1c, and Hosmer Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox.

Hosmer Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox. - 8:40 the following named men left vessel for Base 6, for medical attention, Charles Gosset, (119-042), Sea 1c, John W. Garthwright, (103-786), WT 1c, and Hosmer Fitzpatrick (103-542) Cox.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal 9:30, Held quarters followed by clothing inspection. 11:20, Medical party, noted above as leaving the ship at 8:40am returned from Base Six. 12:45 John W. Garthwright, (103-786), WT 1c, left ship for in-patient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., upon direction of Officer-in-charge, USPHS office, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 1:10, Hosmer Fitzpatrick, (103-542), Cox., left ship for in-patient treatment at Marine Hospital #10, Key West, Fla., authority, Officer-in-charge, USPHS office, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 1:20, Delivered letter to Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, informing him that his confinement in irons since yesterday is for the purpose of safe-keeping and not as a punishment, reference Art. 1725 (1), Regulations Deck force employed in overhauling boats and in clearing and improving roadways and approaches to ship, ashore. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from Southern Dairies, Inc., Quality Grocery Co, Zim's Bakery and the Great A. and P. Tea Co. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

John W. Garthwright, (103-786), WT 1c - left ship for in-patient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., upon direction of Officer-in-charge, USPHS office, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Hosmer Fitzpatrick, (103-542), Cox. - left ship for in-patient treatment at Marine Hospital #10, Key West, Fla., authority, Officer-in-charge, USPHS office, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c - 1:20, Delivered letter to Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, informing him that his confinement in irons since yesterday is for the purpose of safe-keeping and not as a punishment, reference Art. 1725 (1), Regulations

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30, granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Chester McP Anderson Lieut


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gobel Moore Kirk Gartwright DeVeny Fitzpatrick ahom Davies al Rosso ~ Mr. Miller


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29 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five zone. 6:00, All hands. Ships force carried out morning routine 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time. Held infantry drill ashore. Chester McP Anderson Lt.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; condition dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by gun drill for gun crews, pistol drill for petty officers and signal drill for all others. 10:05 Received, from Coast Guard Store, New York, New York, via the "VINCES", supplies as per invoices, CGS #3117, dated 14 April, 1932., CGS #6432-2, dated 4 May, 1932., CGS #6008, dated 7 July, 1932., CGS #3541, dated 8 June 1932., and CGS #3542, dated 7 June, 1932. 10:30 Held signal drill for quartermasters. * 11:10 Morwood E. Terrell, (216-004), RM 2c, returned aboard from (5) five days leave of absence on time. 12:10 The "Perry" stood out to sea. *11:00 Harold C. Waters, (110-778), CGM, was honorably discharged this date by reason of expiration of full gterm of enlistment. He was issued Honorable Discharge No A-31344. Paid all pay due on voucher No 29, Authority; Article 4272(a) Personnel Instructions. 11:00 Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, was honorably discharged this date by reason of expiration of full term of enlistment. He was issued Honorable Discharge No A-31343. Paid all pay due on voucher No 30. Authority; Article 4272(a) Personnel Instructions 3:30 Held boat drill under oars for deck force. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Morwood E. Terrell, (216-004), RM 2c - returned aboard from (5) five days leave of absence on time.

"Perry" - 12:10 The "Perry" stood out to sea.

Harold C. Waters, (110-778), CGM - was honorably discharged this date by reason of expiration of full gterm of enlistment. He was issued Honorable Discharge No A-31344. Paid all pay due on voucher No 29, Authority; Article 4272(a) Personnel Instructions.

Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c - was honorably discharged this date by reason of expiration of full term of enlistment. He was issued Honorable Discharge No A-31343. Paid all pay due on voucher No 30. Authority; Article 4272(a) Personnel Instructions

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Performed routine duties. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gobel Moore Kirk Gartwright DeVeny Fitzpatrick ahom Davies


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30 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. 5:40 The "CORWIN" stood in and moored at south dock. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:05 Held boat drill under oars for special ratings. 8:40 Secured from boat drill. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

"CORWIN" - 5:40 The "CORWIN" stood in and moored at south dock.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples; condition dry and normal. 10:30 Commanding Officer's inspection of ship. 11:00 Harold G. Waters, (110-778), CGM, and Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, reenlisted this date in the regular establishment for a period of two (2) years. (Article 322, Regulations.). 11:30 Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, reported on board from ten (10) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 11:45, Thomas Rosso, (109-011), CRM(a), reported on board from three (3) days leave of absence granted by Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area during the absence of "Unalga" 1:00PM Paul T. Kennedy, (105-608), BM 1c, departed on twenty (20) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 1:00 granted liberty to starboard watch untill 9:00AM to Morrow. * Received Commisary stores, as per invoices, from the great A. and P. Tea Co. and Florida Lee and Pawn Co. also Lumber from the Taipan Lumbery Supply Co. *2:55 Arthur J. Carr, (101-806), MM 1c, left ship without permission from proper authority. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Harold G. Waters, (110-778), CGM - 11:00 Harold G. Waters, (110-778), CGM, and Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, reenlisted this date in the regular establishment for a period of two (2) years. (Article 322, Regulations.).

Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c - 11:00 Harold G. Waters, (110-778), CGM, and Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, reenlisted this date in the regular establishment for a period of two (2) years. (Article 322, Regulations.).

Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c - reported on board from ten (10) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Thomas Rosso, (109-011), CRM(a) - reported on board from three (3) days leave of absence granted by Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area during the absence of "Unalga"

Paul T. Kennedy, (105-608), BM 1c - departed on twenty (20) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Arthur J. Carr, (101-806), MM 1c - left ship without permission from proper authority.

4:00PM to Midnight. Performed routine duties. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gobel Moore Kirk Fitzpatrick ahom Davies al Kennedy Officer Mr Miller


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31 July 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 26.00, Long -80.07

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone +5. Carried out Morning orders. 8:45 William B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 1c, reported on board from inpatient treatment at US Marine Hospital, Key West, Florida. 9:00 Liberty party returned on time. 9:00 Arthur J. Carr, (101-806), MM 1c, returned on board. P.M. Pedersen Btsw

William B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 1c - reported on board from inpatient treatment at US Marine Hospital, Key West, Florida.

Arthur J. Carr, (101-806), MM 1c - returned on board.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:00am, granted liberty to port watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 10:40, William B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 1c, left ship on three (3) days convalescent leave granted by Commanding Officer, to expire at noon, 4 August 1932. 1:35, Received information from Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, that a scow was adrift 6 miles, 14° True from Miami sea buoy. Recalled liberty party and ordered steam on both boilers and made preparations for proceeding to sea. 2:12, John W Garthright, (105-786), WT 1c, reported on board from Memorial Hospital and placed on sick list until full recovery from illness. 3:00, Ship's draft; Forward 11'5", Aft, 14'5". 3:33, Unmoored and underway, standing out from Port Everglades and to sea, on various courses and speeds. The following named enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: William E. Smith, (109-011) CMM; Roger W Brow, (101-806), MM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025) Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c; Harald J Smith (unknown) Sea 1c; Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c, John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c; and Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c. 3:43, Port Everglades Entrance Buoy abeam, close aboard, set course 166° pgc at 108 rpm. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

William B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 1c - left ship on three (3) days convalescent leave granted by Commanding Officer, to expire at noon, 4 August 1932.

John W Garthright, (105-786), WT 1c - reported on board from Memorial Hospital and placed on sick list until full recovery from illness.

William E. Smith, (109-011) CMM - The following named enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: William E. Smith, (109-011) CMM; Roger W Brow, (101-806), MM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025) Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c; Harald J Smith (unknown) Sea 1c; Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c, John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c; and Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c.

Roger W Brow, (101-806), MM 1c - The following named enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: William E. Smith, (109-011) CMM; Roger W Brow, (101-806), MM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025) Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c; Harald J Smith (unknown) Sea 1c; Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c, John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c; and Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c.

Merle A. Anderson, (204-025) Sea 1c - The following named enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: William E. Smith, (109-011) CMM; Roger W Brow, (101-806), MM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025) Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c; Harald J Smith (unknown) Sea 1c; Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c, John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c; and Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c.

Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c - The following named enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: William E. Smith, (109-011) CMM; Roger W Brow, (101-806), MM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025) Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c; Harald J Smith (unknown) Sea 1c; Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c, John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c; and Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c.

Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c - The following named enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: William E. Smith, (109-011) CMM; Roger W Brow, (101-806), MM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025) Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c; Harald J Smith (unknown) Sea 1c; Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c, John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c; and Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c.

Harald J Smith (unknown) Sea 1c - The following named enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: William E. Smith, (109-011) CMM; Roger W Brow, (101-806), MM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025) Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c; Harald J Smith (unknown) Sea 1c; Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c, John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c; and Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c.

John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c - The following named enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: William E. Smith, (109-011) CMM; Roger W Brow, (101-806), MM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025) Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c; Harald J Smith (unknown) Sea 1c; Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c, John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c; and Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c.

Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c - The following named enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: William E. Smith, (109-011) CMM; Roger W Brow, (101-806), MM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025) Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c; Harald J Smith (unknown) Sea 1c; Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c, John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c; and Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c.

Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c - The following named enlisted men, members of the recalled liberty party, failed to return and were left ashore: William E. Smith, (109-011) CMM; Roger W Brow, (101-806), MM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025) Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c; Harald J Smith (unknown) Sea 1c; Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c, John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c; and Luther W. Knight, (201-078), F 2c.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 166° pgc at 108 rpm. 4:20 Reduced speed to 35 rpm. 4:41 Found scow about 60 feet long, 25 feet wide, 7' feet deep, awash in Latitude 26°00'30"N, Longitude 80°04'12"W. 4:55 Passed lines to scow and started on course 342° pgc at 43 rpm. Changed course at various times to keep Port Everglades entrance buoy one point on the starboard bow. E.E. Fahey.


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31 July 1932

into port everglades channel

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

6:00PM to Midnight On course 320° pgc at 43 rpm, towing derelict scow. 6:12 Port Everglades Entrance Bouy abeam, close aboard. Stood into Port Everglades channel 6:33 Stopped, and hove scow alongside. 6:42, underway, standing into dock 6:48, moored in regular berth, Port Everglades. Secured #2 boiler. 7:15, Resumed liberty for the port watch 7:30, Placed scow alongside of pier, astern of ship. Chester McP Anderson Lieut


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Leo C. Mueller. Commander - 1101 SE 6th St., Fort Lauderdale, Fla Mrs. Lynne G. Mueller, wife PHONE 485-W

John P. Crowley. Lieutenant. - 1126 SE 7th St, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Hazel P. Crowley, wife. PHONE 431-J

Chester M. Anderson. Lieutenant. - 511 SE 9th Ave, Fort Lauderdale Fla. Mrs. Helen M. Anderson, wife.

Edmund E. Fahey. Ensign. - Resides aboard - Mrs. Grace A. Fahey, wife.

True G. Miller Ensign - Resides aboard - Mrs Margaret Miller, mother, 2500 Elm Ave., Long Beach, Calif. Leave address:- GD, New London, Conn.

Horace B. Deets. Chief Machinist - Resides aboard - Mrs. Hannah L. Deets, wife 3202 Avon Ave, Baltimore, Md.

Peder M. Pedersen. Boatswain. - 708 SE 6th Court, Fort Lauderdale, Fla Mrs. Grace Pedersen, wife

Leonard S. Southall Machinist. - 704 SE 6th Court, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Leona Southall, wife. Leave address: c/o V. Hagerty, 507-W- 111th, New York City.

Philip A. Krugler. Pay Clerk (T) - 328 SW 25th st, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Mary A. Krugler, wife.


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LOGS FOR AUGUST 1932


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gable Fitzpatrick Moore Kirk - Davies al Kennedy Acl Deveny


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1 August 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, zone plus five. 6:00, All hands; ship's force carried out morning routine Detailed Charles S Edelin (193-913) Sea 1c, and John Stetz, (206-135) Sea 2c and Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, as messmen, relieving those men detailed for the month of July. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time. 8:00, Held boat drill for third division. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

Charles S Edelin (193-913) Sea 1c - Detailed Charles S Edelin (193-913) Sea 1c, and John Stetz, (206-135) Sea 2c and Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, as messmen, relieving those men detailed for the month of July.

John Stetz, (206-135) Sea 2c - Detailed Charles S Edelin (193-913) Sea 1c, and John Stetz, (206-135) Sea 2c and Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, as messmen, relieving those men detailed for the month of July.

Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c - Detailed Charles S Edelin (193-913) Sea 1c, and John Stetz, (206-135) Sea 2c and Howard F Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, as messmen, relieving those men detailed for the month of July.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by general quarters, simulated short range battle practice. 9:48 Secured from general quarters. 9:49:50 Sounded fire alarm. 9:50:30 First water. 9:51:50 Water on all lines, secured from fire drill. 9:56 Sounded alarm for collision amidship. 9:59:45 Mat in place, secured from collision drill. 10:55 The "Perry" stood in from sea. 12:45 All hands received their monthly pay for the month July, 1932 1:00 Vincent Janik, (105-323), WT 2, left on twenty (20) days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:00 William H. La Grange, (204-074), Sea 2c, left on twenty (20) days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer 1:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 1:30 The "Vinces" stood out to sea. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

"Perry" - 10:55 The "Perry" stood in from sea.

Vincent Janik, (105-323), WT 2 - left on twenty (20) days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.

William H. La Grange, (204-074), Sea 2c - left on twenty (20) days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer

"Vinces" - 1:30 The "Vinces" stood out to sea.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gable Fitzpatrick Moore Davies al Kennedy La Grange Janik Acl De Veny Officer Mr Miller


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2 August 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. * Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5 6:00 All hands carried out morning routine. 6:30 After a thorough search of the ship, Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, who was restricted to the ship and in leg irons for safekeeping was found to be missing. Made an additional search for the leg irons but they were not found. Sent a party of three men in charge of Harold J. Waters, (110-778), CGM, ashore to look for Fitzgerald. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. *Machinist L.S. Southall left on (15) fifteen days legislative leave granted by Headquarters. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c - 6:30 After a thorough search of the ship, Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, who was restricted to the ship and in leg irons for safekeeping was found to be missing. Made an additional search for the leg irons but they were not found. Sent a party of three men in charge of Harold J. Waters, (110-778), CGM, ashore to look for Fitzgerald.

Harold J. Waters, (110-778), CGM - 6:30 After a thorough search of the ship, Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, who was restricted to the ship and in leg irons for safekeeping was found to be missing. Made an additional search for the leg irons but they were not found. Sent a party of three men in charge of Harold J. Waters, (110-778), CGM, ashore to look for Fitzgerald.

9:00AM to 4:00pm. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples; condition dry and normal. 9:30 held quarters followed by Gun and Signal Drill and small arm aiming and sighting Drill. 10:00 secured from all Drills. 11:00 Commanding Officer held Mast in the case of ARTHUR J. CARR, (101-806), MM 2c, and awarded the following punishment, Restriction to the ship for (4) four days and (5) five hourse extra duty. 11:10 FRANCIS E. KIRK, (105-855), Sea 1c, reported on board from inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. * 12:15 ROGER W. BROWN, (101-389), MM 1c, left vessel on (15) fifteen days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer 12:15 Patrol in charge of HAROLD C. WATERS, (110-778), CGM, setn ashore to search for CORLISS L. FITZGERALD, (103-534), Y 2c, unable to locate same. 1:25 JOHN H. PATTERSON, (108-200), SC 1c, left vessel on (20) twenty days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from Southern Dairies, the great A and P Tea Co, Zim Baking Co, and Florida Light and Power Co *1:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM to-Morrow. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

ARTHUR J. CARR, (101-806), MM 2c - 11:00 Commanding Officer held Mast in the case of ARTHUR J. CARR, (101-806), MM 2c, and awarded the following punishment, Restriction to the ship for (4) four days and (5) five hourse extra duty.

FRANCIS E. KIRK, (105-855), Sea 1c - reported on board from inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

ROGER W. BROWN, (101-389), MM 1c - left vessel on (15) fifteen days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

HAROLD C. WATERS, (110-778), CGM - 12:15 Patrol in charge of HAROLD C. WATERS, (110-778), CGM, setn ashore to search for CORLISS L. FITZGERALD, (103-534), Y 2c, unable to locate same.

CORLISS L. FITZGERALD, (103-534), Y 2c - 12:15 Patrol in charge of HAROLD C. WATERS, (110-778), CGM, setn ashore to search for CORLISS L. FITZGERALD, (103-534), Y 2c, unable to locate same.

JOHN H. PATTERSON, (108-200), SC 1c - left vessel on (20) twenty days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to Midnight. Performed routine duties. 9:42 CORLISS L. FITZGERALD, (103-534), Y 2c, surrendered himself onboard ship. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

CORLISS L. FITZGERALD, (103-534), Y 2c - surrendered himself onboard ship.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gable Fitzpatrick Moore Davies al Kennedy La Grange Janik G.W. Brown Patterson Acl De Veny Officer Mr Miller Mr Southall


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3 August 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone +5. Carried out Morning routine, 6:45 BARNEY F. BENNET, (101-122), Y 2c, left vessel for temporary Duty, at USCG Aviation Base, Dinner Key, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, August 2; 1932, (73-701). 8:00 held Boat drill under oars. Liberty party returned on time. P.M. Pedersen Btsw

BARNEY F. BENNET, (101-122), Y 2c - left vessel for temporary Duty, at USCG Aviation Base, Dinner Key, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, August 2; 1932, (73-701).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30, Held quarters followed by resuscitation and boat drills. 10:40, Received shipment supplies from Radio Supply and Repair Base, Philadelphia, Pa., via (Government B/L T-157043) Railway Express Agency, as per invoice #8059. 11:05, The PERRY stood in and moored at regular berth. 1:00, GEORGE H. Waddell, (110-652), EM 1c, departed on five (5) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 9 August, 1932, authority, Art. 519, Regulations. 1:00, Shifted derelict scow that was towed in to port on Sunday, 31 July, 1932, to shallow water on face of fill, south of pier, pending further disposition thereof. Deck force employed in side cleaning and painting and cleaning of decks. 1:45; Received shipment of dry batteries from Battery Service Station, Base 6, as per invoice. Received commissary stores from the Great A. and P. Tea Co. and the Flordia Light and Power Co., Ice Dept., as per invoices Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

PERRY - 11:05, The PERRY stood in and moored at regular berth.

GEORGE H. Waddell, (110-652), EM 1c - departed on five (5) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 9 August, 1932, authority, Art. 519, Regulations.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30, granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00am, tomorrow. Chester McP Adnerson, Lieut.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gabel Fitzpatrick Moore Davies al Kennedy La Grange Janik R.W. Brown Waddell Patterson acl De Veny Officer Ens. Miller Mach Southall TD Bennett


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4 August 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Timezone description, plus five. Carried out morning routine 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time. Chester McP. Anderson

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 12:10 Francis E. Kirk, (105-855), Sea 1c, was granted three (3) days convalescent leave by the Commanding Officer. 12:15 William B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 1c, was granted three (3) days extension of convalescent leave by the Commanding Officer. Observed holiday in commemoration of founding of the Coast Guard. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Francis E. Kirk, (105-855), Sea 1c - was granted three (3) days convalescent leave by the Commanding Officer.

William B. DeVeny, (102-849), F 1c - was granted three (3) days extension of convalescent leave by the Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gabel Fitzpatrick Moore Davies al Kennedy La Grange Janik R.W. Brown Waddell Patterson acl Kirk De Veny Off Ens. Miller Mach Southall TD Bennett


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5 August 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. Performed routine duties. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:05 Hled boat drill under oars for men in special ratings. 8:30 Securd from boat drill. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00pm Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder sampless; condition dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by Gun, Signal and Infantry Drill. (on board) 10:00 Secured from all Drills. 10:30 ARTHUR J. CARR, (101-806), MM 2c, placed on binnacle list Due to heat exhaustion 10:45 Conducted fortnightly powder test, tested magazine flood cock and Frankling Life buoys, (releasing gear), condition satisfactory. 10:55, Received (1) one Radio Tube, via American Railway express, on Government Bill of Lading # 1507055, from Radio Repair and Supply Base Philadelphia, Pa. 1:00pm This date honorable discharged Barney F. Bennett, (101-122), Y 2c, issued honorable discharge #31345 and paid in full on voucher #3685, reason of discharge, expiration of full term of enlistment. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

ARTHUR J. CARR, (101-806), MM 2c - placed on binnacle list Due to heat exhaustion

Barney F. Bennett, (101-122), Y 2c - 1:00pm This date honorable discharged Barney F. Bennett, (101-122), Y 2c, issued honorable discharge #31345 and paid in full on voucher #3685, reason of discharge, expiration of full term of enlistment.

4:00pm to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM to-Morrow. performed regular routine Duties. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gabel Fitzpatrick Moore Davies al Kennedy La Grange Janik Waddell Patterson R.W. Brown Off al Ens Miller Mach Southall TD Bennett acl Kirk De Veny


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6 August 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. Carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time, held boat drill under oars. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:30, Commanding Officer inspected vessel throughout. 11:00, Re-enlisted Barney F Bennett, (101-122), Y 2c, for a period of two (2) years in the regular establishment, and assigned him to further temporary duty at Dinner Key Aviation Base in continuance of the instructions of letter, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 2 Aug., 1932 (73-701), to which duty Bennett had been assigned on 3 Aug., 1932. 1:00 Granted liberty to the port watch until 9:00AM, tomorrow. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from Zim's Bakery and The Great A. and P. Tea Co. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

Barney F Bennett, (101-122), Y 2c - 11:00, Re-enlisted Barney F Bennett, (101-122), Y 2c, for a period of two (2) years in the regular establishment, and assigned him to further temporary duty at Dinner Key Aviation Base in continuance of the instructions of letter, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 2 Aug., 1932 (73-701), to which duty Bennett had been assigned on 3 Aug., 1932.

4:00PM to MIDNIGHT. No remarks. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gabel Fitzpatrick Moore Davies al Kennedy La Grange Janik Waddell Patterson R.W. Brown acl Kirk al Off Ens. Miller Mach. Southall TD Bennett


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7 August 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

MIDNIGHT to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. Performed usual Sunday morning routine. 9:00AM Liberty party all returned on time Chester McP Anderson Lieut

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. * 10:10 Fire broke out in accumulated fuel oil under galley range; sounded fire alarm and fought fire with hand extinguishers. 10:17 Fire out, no damage to vessel; refilled fire extinguishers. *10:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 10:30 William B. De Veny, (102-849) F 1c returned from three (3) days extension of convalescent leave of absence. Article 529, Personnel Instructions. Observed Sunday routine. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

William B. De Veny, (102-849) F 1c - returned from three (3) days extension of convalescent leave of absence. Article 529, Personnel Instructions.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gabel Fitzpatrick Moore Davies al Kennedy La Grange Janik Waddell Patterson R.W. Brown TD Bennett Of. al Ens Miller Mach Southall


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8 August 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. Performed routine duties. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:05 Boat drill under oars for deck force; one (12) twelve foot oar was broken at the loom while in use. 8:35 Secured from boat drill. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00pm. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples; condition dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by General Quarters. 9:41 secured from general quarters. 9:43 sounded collision quarters. 9:48 Mat in place. 9:51 sounded fire quarters 9:51:50 first water. 9:52:10 all streams. 10:00 secured from all drills. 10:20 FRANCIS E. KIRK, (105-855), Sea 1c; returned on board from (3) three * days granted by Commanding Officer. 1:00 Honorably Discharged this Date, from a special temporary enlistment, upon expiration of full term of enlistment and (1) one day extension thereof, due to Administrative office being close, MARVIN F. MOHLER, (107-439), RM 1c, Issued Honorable Discharge #31346. Issued honorable discharge button and paid in full on voucher #2464. 1:00 FRANK H. BARNETT, (100-561), GM 1c, left vessel on (5) five days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer ** convalescent sick leave. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

FRANCIS E. KIRK, (105-855), Sea 1c - returned on board from (3) three * days granted by Commanding Officer.

MARVIN F. MOHLER, (107-439), RM 1c - 1:00 Honorably Discharged this Date, from a special temporary enlistment, upon expiration of full term of enlistment and (1) one day extension thereof, due to Administrative office being close, MARVIN F. MOHLER, (107-439), RM 1c, Issued Honorable Discharge #31346. Issued honorable discharge button and paid in full on voucher #2464.

FRANK H. BARNETT, (100-561), GM 1c - left vessel on (5) five days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30 Granted liberty to the port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. performed routine duties. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Gabel Fitzpatrick Moore Davies al Kennedy La Grange Barnett Patterson R.W. Brown Janik TD Bennett Of. al Ensign Miller Mach. Southall


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9 August 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. Carried out Morning orders. 7:45 Lieutenant C.M. Anderson, left vessel on two (2) days legislative furlough granted by the Commanding Officer. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:20 Ensign E.E. Fahey left vessel for inpatient treatment at US Marine Hospital, at Key West, Florida. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Lieutenant C.M. Anderson - left vessel on two (2) days legislative furlough granted by the Commanding Officer.

Ensign E.E. Fahey - left vessel for inpatient treatment at US Marine Hospital, at Key West, Florida.

9:00am - 4:00pm. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples - conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by signal and gun drills. 11:45 George H. Waddell, Jr. (110-652) EM 1c returned on time from five (5) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 12:00 In accordance with Headquarters letter of 3 August, 1932 (73-701), Frederick J. Gabel, (103-787), CBM, has as of 3 Aug. been transferred to the Coast Guard Depot, Curtis Bay, Md. Gabel is at present undergoing in-patient treatment at Marine Hospital #1, Baltimore, Md. 1:20 Held boat drill under oars for men in special ratings. 3:15 Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox., and Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, transferred to US Marine Hospital at Savannah, Ga., for in-patient treatment; both men to be treated for deviated septums, not the result of own misconduct. Furnished transportation requests T-748,476 and T-748,477; authority, Commanding Officer's letter - 9 Agust, 1932. Received from Headquarters 75 copies of "Directions for Restoring the Apparently Drowned" and 5 copies "The Boat Book of the United States Navy - 1927". Crew engaged in overhauling surfboat - scrubbing paintwork about spar deck and ship's sides and painting emergency cabin and radio room. Received commissary stores from the Great Atlantic and Pacific Co, and the Florida Light and Power Co, as per invoices. J.P. Crowley, Lieut.

George H. Waddell, Jr. (110-652) EM 1c - returned on time from five (5) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Frederick J. Gabel, (103-787), CBM - 12:00 In accordance with Headquarters letter of 3 August, 1932 (73-701), Frederick J. Gabel, (103-787), CBM, has as of 3 Aug. been transferred to the Coast Guard Depot, Curtis Bay, Md. Gabel is at present undergoing in-patient treatment at Marine Hospital #1, Baltimore, Md.

Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c - 3:15 Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox., and Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, transferred to US Marine Hospital at Savannah, Ga., for in-patient treatment; both men to be treated for deviated septums, not the result of own misconduct. Furnished transportation requests T-748,476 and T-748,477; authority, Commanding Officer's letter - 9 Agust, 1932.

Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox. - 3:15 Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox., and Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, transferred to US Marine Hospital at Savannah, Ga., for in-patient treatment; both men to be treated for deviated septums, not the result of own misconduct. Furnished transportation requests T-748,476 and T-748,477; authority, Commanding Officer's letter - 9 Agust, 1932.

4:00pm - Midnight. 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Performed routine duties. J.P. Crowley, Lieut.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Fitzpatrick Bobowiec Wheeler Davies Moore al Kennedy La Grange Barnett R.W. Brown Janik Patterson TD Bennett Of al Lt Anderson Ens Miller Mach. Southall ah Ens Fahey


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10 August 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight - 9:00am. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. Performed morning duties. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Held boat drill under oars for special ratings. J.P. Crowley, Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by Resuscitation Drill. 10:00 Secured from drills. 11:20 The following named men reported on board for duty, from Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with Letter, Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 6 August, 1932 (73-701). William Pritchett, Sea 2c, (108-561), Fred C. Smith, (204-138), AS. 12:05 USS Perry, CG left berth and stood out to sea. 1:50 Edward M. Thomas, (110-237), Off. Std. 2c, was transferred for temporary duty to the office of Commander, Norfolk Division, for further assignment to a course of instruction at the Officers' Steward School, Naval Training Station, Hampton Roads, Va. Authority Headquarters' Letter, 30 July, 1932 (73-701-531); issued tranportation requests #T-748-478 and T-748-479. This date assigned William B. De Veny, (102-849), F 1c, as messman in place of Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, who has been transferred to the US Marine Hospital, Savannah, Ga. for inpatient treatment. Crew engaged in cleaning and painting boats and painting about deck. Received Commisary Stores from the Great A. and P. Co., and Zims Baking Co, as per invoices. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

William Pritchett, Sea 2c, (108-561) - 11:20 The following named men reported on board for duty, from Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with Letter, Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 6 August, 1932 (73-701). William Pritchett, Sea 2c, (108-561), Fred C. Smith, (204-138), AS.

Fred C. Smith, (204-138), AS - 11:20 The following named men reported on board for duty, from Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with Letter, Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 6 August, 1932 (73-701). William Pritchett, Sea 2c, (108-561), Fred C. Smith, (204-138), AS.

USS Perry, CG - left berth and stood out to sea.

Edward M. Thomas, (110-237), Off. Std. 2c - was transferred for temporary duty to the office of Commander, Norfolk Division, for further assignment to a course of instruction at the Officers' Steward School, Naval Training Station, Hampton Roads, Va. Authority Headquarters' Letter, 30 July, 1932 (73-701-531); issued tranportation requests #T-748-478 and T-748-479.

William B. De Veny, (102-849), F 1c - This date assigned William B. De Veny, (102-849), F 1c, as messman in place of Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, who has been transferred to the US Marine Hospital, Savannah, Ga. for inpatient treatment.

Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c - This date assigned William B. De Veny, (102-849), F 1c, as messman in place of Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, who has been transferred to the US Marine Hospital, Savannah, Ga. for inpatient treatment.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30 Granted liberty to the port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow; performed routine duties. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Fitzpatrick Bobowiec Wheeler Davies Moore al Kennedy La Grange Barnett Brown Janik Patterson TD Bennett Thomas Of al Lt Anderson Ens Miller Mach Southall ah Ens Fahey


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11 August 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. Carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time, held boat drill under oars for special ratings. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw.

9:00am - 4:00pm. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples - conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by infantry drill on shore and signal drill. Deck force continuing overhauling ship's boats painting about the spar deck and main deck. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., Florida Light and Power Co., and the Southern Dairies, Inc. J.P. Crowley, Lieut.

4:00pm - Midnight. 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Performed routine duties. J.P. Crowley, Lieut.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Fitzpatrick Bobowiec Moore Wheeler Davies al Kennedy La Grange Barnett R.W. Brown Patterson Janik TD Bennett Thomas Officers al Ens Miller Mach Southall ah Ens Fahey


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12 August 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight - 0900am. Moored, as before, at Port Everglades, Florida. Morning routine carried out. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:00 Lieutenant C.M. Anderson returned on board from two (2) days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. Held boat drill under oars for special ratings. J.P. Crowley, Lieut.

Lieutenant C.M. Anderson - returned on board from two (2) days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Tested flood cock. 9:30, Held quarters, followed by gun drill and signal drill. 10:45 Ernest L Burns, (101-552), RM 2c, reported on board for duty, from Section Base 20, Fernandina, Florida. In accordance with letter, dated 6 Aug, 1932, (73-701) of Commander, Base 20. he was granted five days leave of absence enroute. Quartermasters held signal drill. 1:00, Thomas Rosso, (109-011), CRM(a), left ship on two (2) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 15 August, 1932. 1:00, Raleigh C Elliott, (200-146), AS reported on board for duty, from Section Base 6, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, authority, letter Commander, Section Base 6, dated 12 August, 1932 (73-701). Deck force employed in sand scrubbing spar deck and in various field day duties. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from the Great A. and P. Tea Co. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

Ernest L Burns, (101-552), RM 2c - reported on board for duty, from Section Base 20, Fernandina, Florida. In accordance with letter, dated 6 Aug, 1932, (73-701) of Commander, Base 20. he was granted five days leave of absence enroute.

Thomas Rosso, (109-011), CRM(a) - left ship on two (2) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 15 August, 1932.

Raleigh C Elliott, (200-146), AS - reported on board for duty, from Section Base 6, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, authority, letter Commander, Section Base 6, dated 12 August, 1932 (73-701).

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30, Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00am, tomorrow. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Fitzpatrick Bobowiec Moore Wheeler Davies al Rosso Patterson Kennedy Barnett R.W. Brown La Grange Janik Bennett Thomas Officers al Ens Miller Mach Southall ah Ens Fahey


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13 August 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time-zone description, plus five 6:00, All hands. Ship's force carried out regular morning routine. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time. 8:00, Held boat drill for special ratings. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 10:30 Held general muster, followed by inspection of crew and vessel by Commanding Officer. 11:15, Fred C. Smith, (204-138), AS, transferred to Section base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for assignment to duty, authority, Letter Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 11 August, 1932, (73-701). 1:00, Granted liberty to starboard watch until 9:00AM tomorrow. 1:30 John W. Garthwright, (105-786), WT 1c, left vessel for US Marine Hospital, Key West, Florida, for inpatient treatment, issued transportation request # T.748-480. Received Commisary stores, as per invoices, from the Great A. and P. Tea Co. and Zims baking Co. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

Fred C. Smith, (204-138), AS - transferred to Section base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for assignment to duty, authority, Letter Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 11 August, 1932, (73-701).

John W. Garthwright, (105-786), WT 1c - left vessel for US Marine Hospital, Key West, Florida, for inpatient treatment, issued transportation request # T.748-480.

4:00PM to Midnight. Performed routine duties. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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port everglades florida

Lat 25.77, Long -80.12

ah Fitzpatrick Bobowiec Moore Wheeler Davies Garthright al Rosso Kennedy Patterson Barnett R.W. Brown La Grange Janik TD Bennett Thomas Officers al Ens Miller Mach Southall ah Ens Fahey

oil: 25,690 gals. - Fuel oil Received 25,690 gals. Expended 1505 gals. On hand 48,437 gals.


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14 August 1932

in miami channel

Lat 25.8, Long -80.2

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida; Time zone +5. Carried out regular Morning routine. 9:00 Liberty party returned on time P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00am, tomorrow. * 12:20 Received orders to proceed to Galveston, Texas for relief work in connection with storm, reference, telephonic communication from Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area. Recalled liberty party and made preparation to get underway. 1:30, Commenced winding ship. 2:05, completed winding ship. 3:06, Unmoored and underway. Stood out from Port Everglades on various courses and speeds. Harry J. McCaffery, (106-926), F 1c, ashore on liberty, was not found, and was left ashore. 3:14, Port Everglades Sea Buoy abeam, close aboard; set course 178° pgc and speed at 108 rpm. 3:25 Streamed log reading (60.0). Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

Harry J. McCaffery, (106-926), F 1c - ashore on liberty, was not found, and was left ashore.

4:00pm to 6:00pm. On course 178° pgc 108 rpm. 5:00 hauled in log reading 78.1. 5:08 Miami Sea buoy close aboard, changed course and stod in Miami Channel on various courses and speed. 5:45 Moored to Belchem Oil Co. dock at Miami for Fuel and Stores, Draft of vessel, 11'00" forward 14'05" aft. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

6:00PM to Midnight Moored as before. 6:05, commenced taking fuel oil and fresh water. 6:45, finished fueling, having received 25690 gals. - gallons fuel oil. Ship's draft 12'10" Fwd., 14'5" Aft. 7:33, underway and stood down Miami main ship channel on various coursese and speeds. 8:18, Miami Entrance Bouy, abeam, close aboard, set course 90° pgc at standard speed of 108 rpm. Streamed log, set at (78.0).

oil: 25690 gals. - 6:45, finished fueling, having received 25690 gals. - gallons fuel oil.

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*11:30, Commanding Officer extended leave of absence of Frank H Barnett, (101-561), GM 1c, granted commencing 9 August, 1932 and expiring at noon, this date, for an additional five (5) days, expiring before noon, 19 August, 1932.

Frank H Barnett, (101-561), GM 1c - 11:30, Commanding Officer extended leave of absence of Frank H Barnett, (101-561), GM 1c, granted commencing 9 August, 1932 and expiring at noon, this date, for an additional five (5) days, expiring before noon, 19 August, 1932.


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pacific reef light bearing 353 t

Lat 55.0, Long -1.5

6:00PM to Midnight (continued). 8:24, changed course to 174° pgc (79.1). 9:20, changed course to 182° pgc (90.9) 9:40, FOWEY ROCKS LIGHT, bearing 270° T, distance 2 miles; changed course to 188° pgc (94.3). 11:02, changed course to 193° pgc (10.2) 11:11, PACIFIC REEF LIGHT, bore 270° T, distance 1.9 miles. 11:45, With PACIFIC REEF LIGHT bearing 353° T, and CARYSFORT LIGHT bearing 230° T, changed course to 209° pgc. Issued twelve (12) night rations to engineer's force. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 24.43, Long -82.15

ah Fitzpatrick Bobowiec Moore Wheeler Garthright Davies al Rosso Kennedy Barnett R.W. Brown La Grange Janik Patterson TD Bennett McCaffrey Thomas Officers al Ens Miller Mach Southall ah Ens Fahey


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15 August 1932

american shoals lighthouse abeam distance 2 miles

Lat 43.7, Long 7.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On Course 210° pgc at 108 rpm 12:17 Carysfort light abeam to starboard (24.6), distance 2 miles. 12:55 (31.8) Changed course to 219° pgc. 1:43 Molasses Reef light abeam to starboard, (42.3) distance 2 miles, changed course to 234° pgc. 3:30 Alligator Reef light abeam to starboard (62.3) distance 2 miles, and so ends the watch. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

4:00am - 8:00am. On course 234° pgc at speed of 108 rpm. 4:30 Tennessee Reef gas and bell buoy 4, abeam to starboard - distant 2 miles - c/c 249° pgc log (74.2). 6:25 Sombrero Key lighthouse abeam to starboard - distant 2 miles - c/c 254° pgc log (96.6). Deck force carried out morning routine; aired bedding. J.P. Crowley, Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian. On course 254° pgc at 108 rpm. 8:43 American Shoals Lighthouse abeam, distance 2 miles; changed course to 258° pgc (22.3) 10:10, KEY WEST ENTRANCE BUOY abeam, distance 1.6 miles (39.5) 10:34, SAND KEY LIGHTHOUSE abeam, distance 2 miles; changed course to 270° pgc. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 11:39, COALBIN CAN BUOY abeam, distance 1.7 miles Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

Meridian to 4:00pm. On course 270° pgc at 108 rpm. 12:30 Glama Wreck bell and gas buoy abeam to starboard (67.8) distance 1.8 miles. 1:00 Quarters followed by General Quarters. 1:10 secured from General Quarters. 1:12 Sounded Collision quarters. 1:14 Mat in place. 1:18 Sounded Fire Quarters 1:19 first water. 1:19:40 All streams. 1:30 secured from all drills. 2:12 Rebecca Shoal Light abeam to starboard (86.8) distance 9.5 mile. 3:45 Dry Tortugas Light abeam to starboard (04.9) distance 1.2 miles, changed course to 295° pgc and so ends the watch. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

4:00PM to 6:00PM On course 295° pgc at 108 rpm. 4:18, DRY TORTUGAS LIGHTHOUSE abeam, 2nd time, distance 11.6 miles (11.6). Chester McP Anderson Lieut

6:00pm - 8:00pm. On course 295° pgc at 108 rpm, and so to end. J.P. Crowley, Lieut.


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15 August 1932

8:00PM to MIDNIGHT. On course 295° pgc at 108 rpm. 10:17 Changed course to 112° pgc (80.3), in accordance with Radiogram, Commander, Gulf Division, 6015-1308, 10:27. Reduced speed to 103 rpm And so ends the watch. Issued fifteen night rations to Engineer Force. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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at sea gulf of mexico

Lat 24.43, Long -81.50

ah Fitzpatrick Bobowiec Moore Wheeler Garthright Davies al Rosso Kennedy R.W. Brown La Grange Janik Patterson Barnett TD Bennett McCaffrey Thomas Officers al Ens Miller Mach Southall ah Ens Fahey


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16 August 1932

dry tortugas light bore 4 points on port bow 67 t

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 112° pgc at 103 rpm. Time zone description; plus five 3:16, DRY TORTUGAS LIGHT bore 4 points on port bow (67° T). Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

4:00am - 8:00am. On course 112° pgc at 103 rpm. 4:07 Dry Tortugas lighthouse abeam to port - distant 9.5 miles - log (45.0). 4:27 Dry Tortugas light bearing north (true), c/c to 96° pgc log (48.6). 6:10 Rebecca Shoal lighthouse abeam to port - distant - 11.5 miles. 7:30 Changed course to 89° pgc log (83.5). 7:55 Changed course to 90° pgc log (88.0). Deck force engaged in carrying out morning routine - aired bedding. J.P. Crowley, Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian. On course 90° pgc at 103 rpm. 8:07 Increased speed to 108 rpm. 9:23 (05.8) Sand Key Light four points on port bow. 9:58 (11.8) Sand Key Light abeam to port, distance 6 Miles. Changed course to 75° pgc. 11:31 (30.1) American Shoal Light four points on port bow. 12:00 (34.8) American Shoal Light abeam to port distance 4.7 miles changed course to 74° pgc and so ends the watch. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 74° pgc at 103 rpm. 1:00, Placed Merle A Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c on binnacle list as he is unfit for duty from complications arising from previous leg injury. 1:00, Held quarters, followed by gun and signal drills. 2:30, (58.9), SOMBRERO REEF LIGHTHOUSE abeam, distance 5.2 miles, c/c to 69° pgc. 3:44, (78.6) TENNESSEE REEF BUOY abeam, distance 6.2 miles, c/c to 49° pgc. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

Merle A Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c - 1:00, Placed Merle A Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c on binnacle list as he is unfit for duty from complications arising from previous leg injury.

4:00pm to 6:00pm. On course 49° pgc at 108 rpm. 4:20 (85.7) Alligator Reef Lighthouse four points on port bow. 4:47 (90.8) Alligator Reef Lighthouse abeam to port, distance 4.9 miles Changed course to 44° pgc. 5:25 (98.6) Changed course to 54° pgc. 5:42 (01.7) Molasses Reef Lighthouse four point on port bow, and so to end of watch. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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16 August 1932

carysfort reef lighthouse abeam to port distant 5 miles

Lat 43.7, Long 7.2

6:00pm - 8:00pm. On course 54° pgc at speed of 108 rpm. 6:00 - log (105.6) Molasses Reef lighthouse abeam - distant 6 1/2 miles c/c to 37° pgc. 6:21 - log (109.3) c/c to 30° pgc. 6:45 log (13.9) c/c 37° pgc. 7:26 log (22.0) Carysfort Reef lighthouse abeam to port - distant 5 miles - c/c to 25° pgc. J.P. Crowley, Lieut

8:00PM to Midnight On course 25° pgc at 108 rpm. 8:20, (32.2) PACIFIC REEF LIGHT abeam, distance 4.7 miles; c/c to 11° pgc. 9:31, (46.1) FOWEY ROCKS LIGHT abeam, distance 4.7 miles; c/c to 353° pgc. 10:26, (56.8) MIAMI SEA BUOY abeam, distance 3.4 miles. Issued 8 night rations to engineers force. 11:00, (62.5) changed course to 250° pgc. 12:00 Hauled in log, reading (73.8) Chester McP Anderson Lieut


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Bobowiec Garthright Davies al Kennedy R.W. Brown La Grange Janik Patterson Barnett TD Bennett Thomas Officers al Ens Miller Mach Southall ah Ens Fahey


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17 August 1932

port everglades entrance buoy close aboard

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. On course 350° pgc at 108 rpm. Time zone description, plus five. 12:10, PORT EVERGLADES ENTRANCE BUOY close aboard; stood into Port Everglades, Florida on various courses and speed. 12:31, Moored to regular station berth, Port Everglades. 1:00, Secured #2 boiler 6:00, All hands; ship's force carried out regular routine. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time. 8:00 Held boat drill for first division. 8:20, Dwight W. Wall, (107-494), CBM reported on board from Section Base Six in charge of the following listed men under authority of letter of Commander, Base Six, this date (73-701), and for himself in compliance with letter, Commander, Section Base Two, dated 12 August, 1932, for duty on the UNALGA, he having previously reported at Base Six at 6:55PM 14 August, 1932, in the absence of the UNALGA, at sea. The following men reported, having previously reported at Section Base Six, at the times and from the status set opposite their names: Thomas Rosso, (109-011) CRM; 12:30pm 15th Aug - 1932 from leave of absence expiring at noon that date, after having reported at office of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, at 11:15am, the same day Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c; 11:50am, 15 Aug. 1932, from US Marine Hospital, Savannah Ga. Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c; 11:20am, 15 Aug. 1932, from liberty. Jesse M Moore, (107-476), Sea 1c; 1:00pm, 15 Aug. 1932 from Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale Fla. Chester McP Anderson

Dwight W. Wall, (107-494), CBM - reported on board from Section Base Six in charge of the following listed men under authority of letter of Commander, Base Six, this date (73-701), and for himself in compliance with letter, Commander, Section Base Two, dated 12 August, 1932, for duty on the UNALGA, he having previously reported at Base Six at 6:55PM 14 August, 1932, in the absence of the UNALGA, at sea.

Thomas Rosso, (109-011) CRM - The following men reported, having previously reported at Section Base Six, at the times and from the status set opposite their names: Thomas Rosso, (109-011) CRM; 12:30pm 15th Aug - 1932 from leave of absence expiring at noon that date, after having reported at office of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, at 11:15am, the same day Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c; 11:50am, 15 Aug. 1932, from US Marine Hospital, Savannah Ga. Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c; 11:20am, 15 Aug. 1932, from liberty. Jesse M Moore, (107-476), Sea 1c; 1:00pm, 15 Aug. 1932 from Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale Fla.

Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c - The following men reported, having previously reported at Section Base Six, at the times and from the status set opposite their names: Thomas Rosso, (109-011) CRM; 12:30pm 15th Aug - 1932 from leave of absence expiring at noon that date, after having reported at office of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, at 11:15am, the same day Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c; 11:50am, 15 Aug. 1932, from US Marine Hospital, Savannah Ga. Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c; 11:20am, 15 Aug. 1932, from liberty. Jesse M Moore, (107-476), Sea 1c; 1:00pm, 15 Aug. 1932 from Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale Fla.

Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c - The following men reported, having previously reported at Section Base Six, at the times and from the status set opposite their names: Thomas Rosso, (109-011) CRM; 12:30pm 15th Aug - 1932 from leave of absence expiring at noon that date, after having reported at office of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, at 11:15am, the same day Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c; 11:50am, 15 Aug. 1932, from US Marine Hospital, Savannah Ga. Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c; 11:20am, 15 Aug. 1932, from liberty. Jesse M Moore, (107-476), Sea 1c; 1:00pm, 15 Aug. 1932 from Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale Fla.

Jesse M Moore, (107-476), Sea 1c - The following men reported, having previously reported at Section Base Six, at the times and from the status set opposite their names: Thomas Rosso, (109-011) CRM; 12:30pm 15th Aug - 1932 from leave of absence expiring at noon that date, after having reported at office of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, at 11:15am, the same day Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c; 11:50am, 15 Aug. 1932, from US Marine Hospital, Savannah Ga. Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c; 11:20am, 15 Aug. 1932, from liberty. Jesse M Moore, (107-476), Sea 1c; 1:00pm, 15 Aug. 1932 from Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale Fla.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 9:30 Held Quarters followed by Resuscitation drill. 9:55 HOSMER H.A. FITZPATRICK, (103-542), Cox. reported on board from inpatient treatment at US Marine Hospital #10, Key West, Florida. 10:00 Secured from drills. 1:25 The following named men left vessel on 30 and 5 days convalescent leave respectively, granted by Commanding Officer, JESSIE M. MOORE, (107-476), Sea 2c; and HOWARD F. WHEELER, (110-939), F 1c; 2:00, This date advanced in rating from QM 3c, to QM 2c, WILLIAM FERNSTROM, (103-487), QM 2c; authority, Letter, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 8-15-32, (73-701). 2:10, J. ROSENBERG, Chief Pay Clerk, reported on board for Temporary Duty in accordance with Headquarters Letter of August 6, 1932, (72-531) P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

HOSMER H.A. FITZPATRICK, (103-542), Cox. - reported on board from inpatient treatment at US Marine Hospital #10, Key West, Florida.

JESSIE M. MOORE, (107-476), Sea 2c - 1:25 The following named men left vessel on 30 and 5 days convalescent leave respectively, granted by Commanding Officer, JESSIE M. MOORE, (107-476), Sea 2c; and HOWARD F. WHEELER, (110-939), F 1c;

HOWARD F. WHEELER, (110-939), F 1c - 1:25 The following named men left vessel on 30 and 5 days convalescent leave respectively, granted by Commanding Officer, JESSIE M. MOORE, (107-476), Sea 2c; and HOWARD F. WHEELER, (110-939), F 1c;

WILLIAM FERNSTROM, (103-487), QM 2c - 2:00, This date advanced in rating from QM 3c, to QM 2c, WILLIAM FERNSTROM, (103-487), QM 2c; authority, Letter, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 8-15-32, (73-701).

J. ROSENBERG, Chief Pay Clerk - reported on board for Temporary Duty in accordance with Headquarters Letter of August 6, 1932, (72-531)

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow, performed routine duties. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Bobowiec Garthright Davies al Kennedy La Grange Janik Patterson Barnett acl Wheeler Moore TD Thomas Bennett Officers al Ens Miller ah Ens Fahey


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18 August 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone +5. Carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Liberty Party returned on time, held boat drill for special ratings. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30, Held quarters, followed by signal drill, boat drill, and beach apparatus instruction. Quartermasters held signal drill. 11:15, Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c, reported on board from fifteen (15) days leave of absence expiring at noon, this date. 11:20, Machinist L.S. Southall reported on board from fifteen (15) days leave of absence expiring at noon, this date. 12:30, Hosmer H.A. Fitzpatrick, (103-542), Cox., left ship on fourteen (14) days convalescent leave, granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 2 September, 1932; authority, Art. 529, Regulations. 1:00, Honorably discharged Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c, upon expiration of full term of enlistment. Issued him discharge No. A-31347 and paid him on voucher. Deck force employed in overhauling boats, painting hatches and in side cleaning. 3:45 Chief Pay Clerk Jacob Rosenberg departed from this ship having completed audit of the accounts of Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler, SDA and the accounts of the commissary and clothing officers. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c - reported on board from fifteen (15) days leave of absence expiring at noon, this date.

Machinist L.S. Southall - reported on board from fifteen (15) days leave of absence expiring at noon, this date.

Hosmer H.A. Fitzpatrick, (103-542), Cox. - left ship on fourteen (14) days convalescent leave, granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 2 September, 1932; authority, Art. 529, Regulations.

Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c - 1:00, Honorably discharged Harry J. McCaffrey, (106-926), F 1c, upon expiration of full term of enlistment. Issued him discharge No. A-31347 and paid him on voucher.

Chief Pay Clerk Jacob Rosenberg - 3:45 Chief Pay Clerk Jacob Rosenberg departed from this ship having completed audit of the accounts of Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler, SDA and the accounts of the commissary and clothing officers.

Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler - 3:45 Chief Pay Clerk Jacob Rosenberg departed from this ship having completed audit of the accounts of Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler, SDA and the accounts of the commissary and clothing officers.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:20, Received twenty six (26) cases and bales of quarterly requisition from cg store, being one-half of shipment of which balance will be delivered tomorrow. Delivery obtained by Base 6 truck, from Clyde-Mallory Lines, Miami, Florida. Contents not checked this date awaiting full shipment tomorrow. 4:30, Granted liberty to port watch, until 8:00am, tomorrow. Chester McP Anderson Lieut


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Bobowiec Garthright Davies al Kennedy La Grange Janik Patterson acl Wheeler Moore Fitzpatrick TD Thomas Bennett Officers al Ens Miller ah Ens Fahey


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19 August 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnigh to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. 6:00, All hands; ship's force carried out morning orders. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time 8:00, Held boat drill for special ratings. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. Conducted fortnightly powder tests, tested magazine flood cocks and Franklin Life Buoys, (releasing gear) conditions satisfactory. 9:00 Held Quarters followed by Infantry drill ashore (under arms), Gun and Signal drill. 10:00 Secured from drills. Received Quarterly Stores for Quarter ending September 30, 1932, from Coast Guard Store at New York, NY via Clyde Mallory Steamship Co, and Truck from Section Base 6, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. * 11:45 FRANK H. BARNETT, (100-561), GM 1c; returned on board from five days leave of absence and five days extension thereof, granted by Commanding Officer. Crew engaged in checking and stowing stores and general field day. *as per Invoice #408. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw.

FRANK H. BARNETT, (100-561), GM 1c - returned on board from five days leave of absence and five days extension thereof, granted by Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30 Granted Liberty to Starboard Watch until 8:00AM tomorrow, performed routine duties. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Bobowiec Garthright Davies al La Grange Janik Patterson acl Wheeler Fitzpatrick Moore TD Bennett Thomas Officers al Ens Miller ah Ens Fahey


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20 August 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone +5. Carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. MERLE A. ANDERSON, (204-025), Sea 1c; removed from binnacle list and restored to duty. P.M. Pedersen Btsw

MERLE A. ANDERSON, (204-025), Sea 1c - removed from binnacle list and restored to duty.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:25, Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Manuel C Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c for failure to properly report himself at office of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, after missing ship while on regular liberthy with ship leaving on emergency call, on 26 July, 1932. He was awarded a punishment of five (5) hours extra duty. 10:30, Commanding Officer inspected vessel throughout. 11:10, Paul T. Kennedy, (105-608), BM 1c, reported on board from twenty (20) days leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date 1:00, Granted liberty to port watch until 9:00am, tomorrow. 1:00, Leo F. LeGault, (106-262), PhM 1c, left ship on ten (10) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 31 August, 1932. Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from Zim's Bakery. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

Manuel C Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c - 10:25, Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Manuel C Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c for failure to properly report himself at office of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, after missing ship while on regular liberthy with ship leaving on emergency call, on 26 July, 1932. He was awarded a punishment of five (5) hours extra duty.

Paul T. Kennedy, (105-608), BM 1c - reported on board from twenty (20) days leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date

Leo F. LeGault, (106-262), PhM 1c - left ship on ten (10) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 31 August, 1932.

4:00PM to Midnight. 10:45, Gerald C. Arnett, (100-283), Cox. and Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c, reported on board from liberty, in a injured condition, resulting from an automobile accident on the streets of Fort Lauderdale. They had received first aid treatment at the Memorial Hospital, and reported that George H. Waddell, (110-652) EM 1c, who had been injured at the same time was being kept in the Memorial Hospital for treatment. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

Gerald C. Arnett, (100-283), Cox. - 10:45, Gerald C. Arnett, (100-283), Cox. and Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c, reported on board from liberty, in a injured condition, resulting from an automobile accident on the streets of Fort Lauderdale. They had received first aid treatment at the Memorial Hospital, and reported that George H. Waddell, (110-652) EM 1c, who had been injured at the same time was being kept in the Memorial Hospital for treatment.

Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c - 10:45, Gerald C. Arnett, (100-283), Cox. and Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c, reported on board from liberty, in a injured condition, resulting from an automobile accident on the streets of Fort Lauderdale. They had received first aid treatment at the Memorial Hospital, and reported that George H. Waddell, (110-652) EM 1c, who had been injured at the same time was being kept in the Memorial Hospital for treatment.

George H. Waddell, (110-652) EM 1c - 10:45, Gerald C. Arnett, (100-283), Cox. and Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c, reported on board from liberty, in a injured condition, resulting from an automobile accident on the streets of Fort Lauderdale. They had received first aid treatment at the Memorial Hospital, and reported that George H. Waddell, (110-652) EM 1c, who had been injured at the same time was being kept in the Memorial Hospital for treatment.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Bobowiec Garthright Davies al La Grange Legault Janik Patterson acl Wheeler Fitzpatrick Moore TD Bennett Thomas Officers ah Ens Fahey


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21 August 1932

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. Ship's force carried out Sunday morning routine 9:00, Liberty party all returned on time except Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples condition dry and normal. 9:30 Ensign T.G. Miller reported on board from (27) twenty seven days legislative furlough, having been granted thirty (30) days, by Headquarters, (June 22, 1932). 9:35, Gerald C. Arnett, (100-283), Cox; left vessel for Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to be examined for injuries received in automobile accident on August 20, 1932. 10:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 11:20 Gerald C. Arnett, (100-283), Cox; and George H. Waddell, (110-652), EM 1c; both injured in accident mentioned above, reported on board from Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida with the information thath both be placed on the binnacle list and that a Doctor would call on board ship tomorrow. 11:55 Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c; reported on board, 2 hours and 55 minutes absent over-leave. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw.

4:00PM to Midnight. Performed routine duties. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

21/08/1932 Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. Ship's force carried out Sunday morning routine 9:00, Liberty party all returned on time except Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut 9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples condition dry and normal. 9:30 Ensign T.G. Miller reported on board from (27) twenty seven days legislative furlough, having been granted thirty (30) days, by Headquarters, (June 22, 1932). 9:35, Gerald C. Arnett, (100-283), Cox; left vessel for Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to be examined for injuries received in automobile accident on August 20, 1932. 10:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 11:20 Gerald C. Arnett, (100-283), Cox; and George H. Waddell, (110-652), EM 1c; both injured in accident mentioned above, reported on board from Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida with the information thath both be placed on the binnacle list and that a Doctor would call on board ship tomorrow. 11:55 Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c; reported on board, 2 hours and 55 minutes absent over-leave. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw. 4:00PM to Midnight. Performed routine duties. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6


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22 August 1932

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone +5. Carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Held boat drill for special ratings, (under oars). 8:40 Doctor E.M. Hendricks came on board and held sick call. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by signal drill and general quarters, collision and fire drills. 10:15 Tested forward and after hand steering gear and found same in good operating condition. 10:45 Vincent Janik, (105-323), WT 2c, and William H. La Grange, (204- 074), Sea 2c, returned on board from twenty (20) days' leave of absence each. Crew employed cleaning and painting ship's side and in painting 19 foot surfboat. 3:00 Commenced winding ship. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:00 Hoisted motor launch. 4:15 Completed winding ship. 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from A. and P. Tea Co. T.G. Miller, Ensign

22/08/1932 Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone +5. Carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Held boat drill for special ratings, (under oars). 8:40 Doctor E.M. Hendricks came on board and held sick call. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw. 9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by signal drill and general quarters, collision and fire drills. 10:15 Tested forward and after hand steering gear and found same in good operating condition. 10:45 Vincent Janik, (105-323), WT 2c, and William H. La Grange, (204- 074), Sea 2c, returned on board from twenty (20) days' leave of absence each. Crew employed cleaning and painting ship's side and in painting 19 foot surfboat. 3:00 Commenced winding ship. T.G. Miller, Ensign 4:00PM to Midnight. 4:00 Hoisted motor launch. 4:15 Completed winding ship. 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from A. and P. Tea Co. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 26.10, Long -80.08


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23 August 1932

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). 4:00 Lighted off No. 2 boiler. 6:00 Carried out morning routine 8:00 All liberty party returned on time - Held boat drill. Crew employed preparing vessel for getting underway 8:40 John H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, reported on board from twenty (20) days' leave of absence. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to Meridian. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. * 9:45, Unmoored and underway; stood out of Port Ever- glades on various courses and speeds 10:10; Port EVERGLADES ENTRANCE BUOY close aboard; set course at 174o pgc at 93 rpm 10:08, Sounded alarm for man-overboard drill 10:05 Stopped and maneuvered on various bells 10:10 Boat in water, 10:13 Buoy recovered. 10:20 Boat hoisted 10:22, Secured from man overboard drill. Underway on course 165o pgc at 93 rpm 10:30 Held quarters, followed by signal and gun drills. 11:00, Reduced speed and stood about on various courses to calibrate radio compass, with assistance of the PERRY, as radio target. 11:48, Completed radio compass calibration, and stood in towards PORT EVERGLADES ENTRANCE BUOY on course 260o pgc at various speeds. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Meridian to 4:00PM. As before on various courses at various speeds. 12:05 Stopped and lowered 19 foot surfboat to transfer Radio Electrician (T) Louis F. Donner to PERRY. 12:17 Anchored in five fathoms of water to forty- five fathoms of starboard chain on the following bearings: Port Everglades range (rear) 264o pgc, New River jetty light 320o pgc. 12:22 19 foot surfboat returned and made fast astern. 1:18 Hoisted 19 foot surfboat. 1:28 Underway at various speeds standing into Port Everglades. 2:10 Moored starboard side to in regular berth in Port Everglades. 2:45 Radio Electrician (T) Louis F. Donner completed calibration of radio direction Finder in accordance with verbal orders Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, and left vessel. 3:00 Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox., reported on board having received in-patient treatment at US Marine Hospital No. 20 at Savannah, Georgia. 3:35 Boyde S. Putnam, (108-597), GM 2c, left on five (5) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 3:50 Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, returned from five (5) days' leave of absence on account of sickness. - (continued on next page)

*9:40 Radio Electrician Louis F. Donner, reported on board for temporary duty in connection with calibration of radio compass, authority verbal orders, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area.

23/08/1932 Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). 4:00 Lighted off No. 2 boiler. 6:00 Carried out morning routine 8:00 All liberty party returned on time - Held boat drill. Crew employed preparing vessel for getting underway 8:40 John H. Patterson, (108-200), SC 1c, reported on board from twenty (20) days' leave of absence. T.G. Miller, Ensign 9:00AM to Meridian. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. * 9:45, Unmoored and underway; stood out of Port Ever- glades on various courses and speeds 10:10; Port EVERGLADES ENTRANCE BUOY close aboard; set course at 174o pgc at 93 rpm 10:08, Sounded alarm for man-overboard drill 10:05 Stopped and maneuvered on various ~ 10:10 Boat in water, 10:13 Buoy recovered. 10:20 Boat hoisted 10:22, Secured from man overboard drill. Underway on course 165o pgc at 93 rpm 10:30 Held quarters, followed by signal and gun drills. 11:00, Reduced speed and stood about on various courses to calibrate radio compass, with assistance of the PERRY, as radio target. 11:48, Completed radio compass calibration, and stood in towards PORT EVERGLADES ENTRANCE BUOY on course 260o pgc at various speeds. Chester McP Anderson Lieut. Meridian to 4:00PM. As before on various courses at various speeds. 12:05 Stopped and lowered 19 foot surfboat to transfer Radio Electrician (T) Louis F. Donner to PERRY. 12:17 Anchored in five fathoms of water to forty- five fathoms of starboard chain on the following bearings: Port Everglades range (rear) 264o pgc, New River jetty light 320o pgc. 12:22 19 foot surfboat returned and made fast astern. 1:18 Hoisted 19 foot surfboat. 1:28 Underway at various speeds standing into Port Everglades. 2:10 Moored starboard side to in regular berth in Port Everglades. 2:45 Radio Electrician (T) Louis F. Donner completed calibration of radio direction Finder in accordance with verbal orders Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, and left vessel. 3:00 Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox., reported on board having received in-patient treatment at US Marine Hospital No. 20 at Savannah, Georgia. 3:35 Boyde S. Putnam, (108-597), GM 2c, left on five (5) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 3:50 Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, returned from five (5) days' leave of absence on account of sickness. - (continued on next page) *9:40 Radio Electrician Louis F. Donner, reported on board for temporary duty in connection with calibration of radio compass, authority verbal orders, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

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23 August 1932

Continued Meridian to 4:00PM. (continued) 3:59 George H. Waddel, Jr., (110-652), EM 1c, and Gerald C. Arnett, (100-283), Cox, left on five (5) days' leave of absence on account of sickness granted by Commanding Officer. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00pm to 6:00pm. 4:05 Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler left vessel on five (5) days legislative furlough granted by Commanding Officer. 4:12 Lieutenant J.P. Crowley left vessel on five (5) days legislative furlough granted by Commanding Officer. 4:17 Unmoored and stood out to sea, draft on heaving, 12'3" forward, 14'5" Aft 4:31 Set standard speed at 100 rpm. 4:34 Port Everglades Sea Buoy close aboard to port, set course 162o pgc streamed log (0) 6:00 Reduced speed to 43 rpm. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 162o pgc at 43 rpm. 6:05, c/c to 165o pgc. 7:20, (19.5) c/c to 183o pgc. Log found greatly under recording at this speed and distance given by revolutions. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 183o pgc; speed 43 rpm. 10:00 Changed course to 180o pgc (30.6). And so to end. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign

23/08/1932 Continued Meridian to 4:00PM. (continued) 3:59 George H. Waddel, Jr., (110-652), EM 1c, and Gerald C. Arnett, (100-283), Cox, left on five (5) days' leave of absence on account of sickness granted by Commanding Officer. T.G. Miller, Ensign 4:00pm to 6:00pm. 4:05 Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler left vessel on five (5) days legislative furlough granted by Commanding Officer. 4:12 Lieutenant J.P. Crowley left vessel on five (5) days legislative furlough granted by Commanding Officer. 4:17 Unmoored and stood out to sea, draft on heaving, 12'3" forward, 14'5" Aft 4:31 Set standard speed at 100 rpm. 4:34 Port Everglades Sea Buoy close aboard to port, set course 162o pgc streamed log (0) 6:00 Reduced speed to 43 rpm. P.M. Pedersen Btsw. 6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 162o pgc at 43 rpm. 6:05, c/c to 165o pgc. 7:20, (19.5) c/c to 183o pgc. Log found greatly under recording at this speed and distance given by revolutions. Chester McP Anderson Lieut. 8:00PM to Midnight On course 183o pgc; speed 43 rpm. 10:00 Changed course to 180o pgc (30.6). And so to end. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 25.77, Long -79.48


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24 August 1932

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 180o pgc, at 43 rpm. 1:00 Log foul, hauled in and cleaned same. Distance given for that hour according to rpm. Watch ends on course 180o pgc. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 180o pgc at 43 rpm. 5:00 (56.6) Increased speed to 78 rpm. 6:00, All hands; ships force carried out morning routine Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 180o pgc; speed 43 rpm. 8:52 Changed course to 102o pgc and increased speed to 93 rpm. 11:45 Changed course to 112o pgc. And so to end. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 112o pgc at 93 rpm. 12:30 (19.1) changed course to 180o pgc. 1:00 Held Quarters followed by Resuscitation drill. 2:00 (33.8) Gun Key Light house abeam to port, distance 6.5 Miles. Changed course to 155o pgc. 2:00 Secured from drill. 2:36 (40.3) Changed course to 335o pgc reduced speed to 78 rpm. 2:58 (43.2) Gun Key Light House abeam to starboard distance 6.5 Miles. Changed course to 0o pgc. And so to end of watch. Crew variously employed about deck. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 0o pgc; speed 78 rpm. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:PM. On course 0o pgc at 78 rpm. 6:28 (73.9) GREAT ISAAC LIGHTHOUSE bore 115o True, distance, 18 miles 6:33 (74.2) c/c to 199o pgc. 6:42 (75.7) c/c to 0o pgc. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut

8:00PM to Midnight. On course 0o pgc at 78 rpm. And so to end of watch. Issued 15 Night rations to Engineer force. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

24/08/1932 Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 180o pgc, at 43 rpm. 1:00 Log foul, hauled in and cleaned same. Distance given for that hour according to rpm. Watch ends on course 180o pgc. P.M. Pedersen Btsw. 4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 180o pgc at 43 rpm. 5:00 (56.6) Increased speed to 78 rpm. 6:00, All hands; ships force carried out morning routine Chester McP Anderson, Lieut. 8:00AM to Meridian On course 180o pgc; speed 43 rpm. 8:52 Changed course to 102o pgc and increased speed to 93 rpm. 11:45 Changed course to 112o pgc. And so to end. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 112o pgc at 93 rpm. 12:30 (19.1) changed course to 180o pgc. 1:00 Held Quarters followed by Resuscitation drill. 2:00 (33.8) Gun Key Light house abeam to port, distance 6.5 Miles. Changed course to 155o pgc. 2:00 Secured from drill. 2:36 (40.3) Changed course to 335o pgc reduced speed to 78 rpm. 2:58 (43.2) Gun Key Light House abeam to starboard distance 6.5 Miles. Changed course to 0o pgc. And so to end of watch. Crew variously employed about deck. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw. 4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 0o pgc; speed 78 rpm. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign 6:00PM to 8:PM. On course 0o pgc at 78 rpm. 6:28 (73.9) GREAT ISAAC LIGHTHOUSE bore 115o True, distance, 18 miles 6:33 (74.2) c/c to 199o pgc. 6:42 (75.7) c/c to 0o pgc. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut 8:00PM to Midnight. On course 0o pgc at 78 rpm. And so to end of watch. Issued 15 Night rations to Engineer force. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 29.20, Long -79.85


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25 August 1932

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 0o pgc; speed 78 rpm. Time zone description plus five (+5). 2:00 Changed course to 345o pgc, (34.4). And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00PM. On course 345o pgc at 78 rpm. Log continually fouled with sea weed from 5:00am to 7:00am and distances for these hours noted by revolutions. 6:00, All hands; ship's force carried out morning routine Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian On course 345o pgc at 78 rpm. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. Distance given for the hours 9:00 and 10:00 am according to RPM due to fouling of log. Crew engaged in scrubbing canvas, and painting about deck. 11:50 (0.1) Changed course to 218o pgc and so to end. P.M. Pedersen Btsw

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 218o pgc speed 78 rpm. 1:00 Held quarters followed by infantry drill and seamanship instruction. 2:00 (16.4) Log fouled; distance for two o'clock by rpm. - And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 218o pgc at 78 rpm. 4:45 (40.1) changed course to 190o pgc. 5:43 (48.0) Hetzel Shoal gas buoy abeam to starboard, distance one (1) Mile, changed course to 167o pgc and so ends the watch. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

6:00PM to 8:PM. On course 167o pgc throughout, at 78 rpm. 6:37, (55.9) CAPE CANAVERAL LIGHTHOUSE, abeam, distance 11.6. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 167o pgc; speed 78 rpm. 8:10 (68.0) Changed course to 164o pgc. 10:14 (87.7) Changed course to 21o pgc and increased speed to 108 rpm, having received word that a man had been lost over board from the S.S. "Morro Castle" in Latitude 29o15' N, Longitude 79o41' W. - And so to end. Issued 15 night rations to engineers' force. T.G. Miller, Ensign

25/08/1932 Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 0o pgc; speed 78 rpm. Time zone description plus five (+5). 2:00 Changed course to 345o pgc, (34.4). And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign 4:00AM to 8:00PM. On course 345o pgc at 78 rpm. Log continually fouled with sea weed from 5:00am to 7:00am and distances for these hours noted by revolutions. 6:00, All hands; ship's force carried out morning routine Chester McP. Anderson Lieut 8:00AM to Meridian On course 345o pgc at 78 rpm. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. Distance given for the hours 9:00 and 10:00 am according to RPM due to fouling of log. Crew engaged in scrubbing canvas, and painting about deck. 11:50 (0.1) Changed course to 218o pgc and so to end. P.M. Pedersen Btsw Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 218o pgc speed 78 rpm. 1:00 Held quarters followed by infantry drill and seamanship instruction. 2:00 (16.4) Log fouled; distance for two o'clock by rpm. - And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign 4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 218o pgc at 78 rpm. 4:45 (40.1) changed course to 190o pgc. 5:43 (48.0) Hetzel Shoal gas buoy abeam to starboard, distance one (1) Mile, changed course to 167o pgc and so ends the watch. P.M. Pedersen Btsw. 6:00PM to 8:PM. On course 167o pgc throughout, at 78 rpm. 6:37, (55.9) CAPE CANAVERAL LIGHTHOUSE, abeam, distance 11.6. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut. 8:00PM to Midnight On course 167o pgc; speed 78 rpm. 8:10 (68.0) Changed course to 164o pgc. 10:14 (87.7) Changed course to 21o pgc and increased speed to 108 rpm, having received word that a man had been lost over board from the S.S. "Morro Castle" in Latitude 29o15' N, Longitude 79o41' W. - And so to end. Issued 15 night rations to engineers' force. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 29.83, Long -79.80


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26 August 1932

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 21o pgc at 108 rpm and so to end of watch P.M. Pedersen. Btsw.

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 21o pgc at 108 rpm 5:15 (60.0), c/c to 0o pgc and maintained sharp lookout for trace of man lost from S/S "Morro Castle". 6:00, All hands; ships force carried out morning routine 7:00 (85.1) c/c to 270o pgc. 7:10 (87.1), changed course to 180o pgc. 8:00, (96.9) c/c to 90o pgc. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian On course 90o pgc; speed 108 rpm. 8:21 (101.7) Changed course to 0o pgc. 9:30 (14.6) Changed course to 270o pgc. 9:56 (19.8) Changed course to 180o pgc. Continued search for man lost from S.S. "MORRO CASTLE" through- out watch. - Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; con- ditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flood cocks and Franklin life buoys and found same in satisfactory condition. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 180o pgc at 180o rpm. 12:01 (42.6) changed course to 203o pgc, and discontinued search for man lost from S.S. Morro Castle. 12:27 (47.9) Changed course to 199o pgc. 1:00 Held Quarters followed by Gun and Signal drill. 1:30 Secured from drill. Crew engaged in sewing canvas, painting and variously employed about deck. Watch ends on course 199o pgc. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 199o pgc; speed 108 rpm throughout watch. T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:PM. On course 199o pgc at 108 rpm. 7:41, (32.2) c/c to 187o pgc. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 187o pgc at 108 rpm. 8:17 (39.1) Hetzel Shoal gas buoy abeam to starboard, distance 14.5 Miles. Watch ends on course 165o pgc. Issued 15 night rations to Engineer force. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw.

26/08/1932 Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 21o pgc at 108 rpm and so to end of watch P.M. Pedersen. Btsw. 4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 21o pgc at 108 rpm 5:15 (60.0), c/c to 0o pgc and maintained sharp lookout for trace of man lost from S/S "Morro Castle". 6:00, All hands; ships force carried out morning routine 7:00 (85.1) c/c to 270o pgc. 7:10 (87.1), changed course to 180o pgc. 8:00, (96.9) c/c to 90o pgc. Chester McP Anderson Lieut 8:00AM to Meridian On course 90o pgc; speed 108 rpm. 8:21 (101.7) Changed course to 0o pgc. 9:30 (14.6) Changed course to 270o pgc. 9:56 (19.8) Changed course to 180o pgc. Continued search for man lost from S.S. "MORRO CASTLE" through- out watch. - Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; con- ditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flood cocks and Franklin life buoys and found same in satisfactory condition. T.G. Miller, Ensign Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 180o pgc at 180o rpm. 12:01 (42.6) changed course to 203o pgc, and discontinued search for man lost from S.S. Morro Castle. 12:27 (47.9) Changed course to 199o pgc. 1:00 Held Quarters followed by Gun and Signal drill. 1:30 Secured from drill. Crew engaged in sewing canvas, painting and variously employed about deck. Watch ends on course 199o pgc. P.M. Pedersen Btsw. 4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 199o pgc; speed 108 rpm throughout watch. T.G. Miller, Ensign 6:00PM to 8:PM. On course 199o pgc at 108 rpm. 7:41, (32.2) c/c to 187o pgc. Chester McP Anderson Lieut. 8:00PM to Midnight On course 187o pgc at 108 rpm. 8:17 (39.1) Hetzel Shoal gas buoy abeam to starboard, distance 14.5 Miles. Watch ends on course 165o pgc. Issued 15 night rations to Engineer force. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw.


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 25.92, Long -80.08

ah Garthright Davies al Putman Legault acl Fitzpatrick Moore Waddell Arnett TD Bennett Thomas Officer ah Ens Fahey al J.P. Crowley Mr Krugler

oil: 21755.16 - Fuel oil Received 21755.16 Expended 2810.16 On hand 46885.

Drilling-Magazine inspection Commanding officers inspecting

oil: 21755 Received - 2810 expended, 46885 remaining


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27 August 1932

out of miami harbor

Lat 25.8, Long -80.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 165° pgc; speed 108 rpm. 1:02 (94.4) Bethel Shoal lighted whistle buoy abeam to starboard, distant 4 miles; changed course to 176° pgc. 3:05 (18.4) St. Lucie Shoal lighted whistle buoy abeam to starboard; distant 4 miles. - And so to end. Time zone description plus five (+5). T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 176° pgc at 108 rpm. 5:30 (46.3), JUPITER INLET LIGHTHOUSE abeam, distance 3.8 miles; c/c to 180 pgc 5:54 (51.0) c/c to 175° pgc. 6:30 (57.9) LAKE WORTH INLET BUOY abeam, dist 0.7 miles. Ship's force carried out morning orders. 6:48, (61.5) PALM BEACH HOTEL abeam; distance 1.4 miles; c/c to 188 pgc. 7:30 (69.6), c/c to 185° pgc. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian. On Course 185° pgc at 108 rpm. 9:24 (92.5) Hillsboro Light house abeam to starboard, distance 1.5 Miles, reduced speed to 93 rpm. 10:30 Commanding Officer Inspection. 10:40 (04.6) Port Everglades entrance buoy abeam to starboard, distance 1 Mile, changed course to 183 pgc. And so ends the watch. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. P.M. Pedersen Btsw

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 183° pgc; speed 93 rpm. 1:20 Miami entrance buoy close aboard to port, took in log (31.9), and steered channel courses at various speeds into Miami harbor. 2:00 Moored at Belcher Oil Company's dock in Miami. 2:26 Commenced fueling; draft forward, 11 feet, aft, 14 feet, 4 inches. 3:11 Finished fueling, having received 517.98 barrels (21755.16 gallons) of "Bunker C" fuel oil, at 105° F, from the Belcher Oil Company. Draft forward 12 feet, aft, 14 feet, 4 inches. 3:45 Unmoored and stood out of Miami Harbor on channel courses at various speeds. While unmooring an airport frame and glass in the engine room, forward on the port side, was bent and broken. Repairs were effected by replacing the damaged part with one taken from the machine shop, there being no spare frames on board. - And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

oil: 517.98 barrels (21755.16 gallons) - 3:11 Finished fueling, having received 517.98 barrels (21755.16 gallons) of "Bunker C" fuel oil, at 105° F, from the Belcher Oil Company.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. Standing out Miami Channel on various courses and speed. 4:30 Miami Sea buoy close aboard. 4:36 Started swinging ship. 5:24 Completed swinging ship, streamed log reading (32.0) and set course 165° pgc, * and so to end of watch. *87 rpm P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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27 August 1932

(CONTINUED)

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 165 pgc at 78 rpm. 6:20, (39.6) c/c to 180° pgc. 7:02 Reduced speed to 43 rpm. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 180° pgc; speed 43 rpm. 8:10 (51.0) Changed course to 135° pgc. 9:50 (58.6) Changed course to 175° pgc. 10:20 (60.6) Reduced speed to 3 knots. 11:10 Took in log (62.8). - And so to end. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 26.03, Long -80.05

ah Garthright Davies - al Putman Legault Acl Fitzpatrick Moore Waddell Arnett TD Bennett Thomas Officer al Mr Crowley Mr Krugler ah Ens Fahey


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28 August 1932

in to port everglades

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 175° pgc at 22 rpm and so to end of watch, distance given according to rpm. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

4:00AM to 8:00AM On course 175° pgc at 24 rpm. 6:00 (61.8) c/c to 340° pgc and increased speed to 93 rpm. Streamed log reading 61.8. 7:00, Reduced speed to 68 rpm. 7:25 Reduced speed to 38 rpm. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 340° pgc; speed 34 rpm. 8:09 Stopped and drifted; took in log (76.2). 8:40 Under way on various courses at various speeds standing in to Port Everglades. 9:21 Moored at regular berth in Port Everglades. 10:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 10:55 Lieutenant J.P. Crowley returned from four (4) days' legislative furlough. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from Zim's Bakery and Williams MacWilliams Icecream Co. - Crew observed Sabbath. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Lieutenant J.P. Crowley - returned from four (4) days' legislative furlough.

Meridian to 4:00PM. No remarks. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight 5:30 Received word that two barges with four men on board were adrift forty miles from Gun Cay and Ten miles east of Northwest Channel Light. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 26.33, Long -79.78

ah Garthright al Legault Acl Fitzpatrick Moore TD Bennett Thomas Officers ah Ens Fahey


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29 August 1932

out from port everglades

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). 6:00 Called all hands and made preparations for sea. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time except William Pritchett (108-561), Sea 2c, Received following oils for engineer's force from Sinclair Refining Co.: 52.7 gallons dynamo oil (2190) and 52.8 gallons marine engine oil (4065). 8:13 William Pritchett, (108-561), Sea 2c, returned on board thirteen (13) minutes after the expiration of his liberty. 8:30 Cedric Davies, (201-047), Sea 1c, returned from US Marine Hospital No. 10 at Key West, Florida having received in-patient treatment. He reported at Section Base Six at 9:00am 27 August, 1932, to await the arrival of this vessel from sea. Furnished Transportation request at US Marine Hospital No. 10, (T-780,033). 8:45 George H. Waddell, Jr., (110-652), EM 1c, returned from five (5) days' leave of absence. Crew employed preparing to wind ship. T.G. Miller, Ensign

William Pritchett (108-561), Sea 2c - 8:00 All liberty party returned on time except William Pritchett (108-561), Sea 2c

William Pritchett, (108-561), Sea 2c - returned on board thirteen (13) minutes after the expiration of his liberty.

Cedric Davies, (201-047), Sea 1c - returned from US Marine Hospital No. 10 at Key West, Florida having received in-patient treatment. He reported at Section Base Six at 9:00am 27 August, 1932, to await the arrival of this vessel from sea. Furnished Transportation request at US Marine Hospital No. 10, (T-780,033).

George H. Waddell, Jr., (110-652), EM 1c - returned from five (5) days' leave of absence.

9:00AM to 12:00 Meridian. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:20, Commenced winding ship. 9:45 Completed winding ship. Deck force employed in taking down awnings and ridge poles. 10:45 Gerald C. Arnett, (100-283) Cox., and Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c reported on board from five (5) days leave of absence expiring at noon, this date. Received commissary stores from Zim's Bakery and The Great A. and P. Tea Co, as per invoices. 10:48, Philip A. Krugler, Pay Clerk (T), reported on board from 3 1/2 days legislative furlough granted by Commanding Officer. 11:59 Unmoored and underway, standing out from Port Everglades on various courses and speeds. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Gerald C. Arnett, (100-283) Cox. - 10:45 Gerald C. Arnett, (100-283) Cox., and Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c reported on board from five (5) days leave of absence expiring at noon, this date.

Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c - 10:45 Gerald C. Arnett, (100-283) Cox., and Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c reported on board from five (5) days leave of absence expiring at noon, this date.

Philip A. Krugler, Pay Clerk (T) - reported on board from 3 1/2 days legislative furlough granted by Commanding Officer.

Meridian to 4:00PM. Standing out of Port Everglades on various courses and speeds. 12:04 Set course 110° pgc; speed 63 rpm. 12:20 Streamed log (0.0). 1:30 Held quarters for muster 3:27 Reduced speed to 63 rpm. 3:45 Changed course to 130° pgc to avoid crossing steamer. 3:53 Changed course to 110° pgc. - Wind and seas increasing throughout watch. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00 to 6:00PM. On Course 110° pgc at 63 rpm 4:20 (14.3) Changed course to 90° pgc. 4:53 (15) changed course to 70 pgc increased speed to 58 rpm. 5:00pm Log line parted, line and rotator lost overboard P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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29 August 1932

(CONTINUED)

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 70° pgc at 60 rpm, throughout. Revolutions varied occasionally to give appropriate speed to hold course into wind. * 7:15, Heavy rains with poort visability. Sounded prescribed signals. Vessel pitching violently at times and rolling. *Machinist L.S. Southall relieved of duty on account of acute chronic seasickness. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Machinist L.S. Southall - relieved of duty on account of acute chronic seasickness.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 70° pgc; speed as necessary to keep into the wind. 9:37 Turnbuckle on steering quadrant unscrewed and steering gear out of commission. 10:53 Steering gear repaired; continued on course 70° pgc. - Little apparent changed in weather. Vessel pitching and rolling heavily at times. - Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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at sea straits of florida

Lat 27.08, Long -79.30

ah Garthright al Legault Asl Fitzpatrick Moore TD Bennett Thomas Officers ah Ens Fahey


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30 August 1932

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 70° pgc speed as necessary to keep vessel headed in to wind and sea 3:45 Changed course to 0° pgc and so to end of watch Wind and Sea moderating latter part of watch P.M. Pedersen Btsw

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 0° pgc at 68 rpm. 4:40, c/c to 180° pgc. 5:30 c/c to 115° pgc to pass to windward of drifting tanker. 5:37 resumed course 180° pgc. Ship's force performed routine duties. Wind and sea moderating. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 180° pgc; speed 60 rpm. 8:07 Changed course to 135° pgc. 9:25 Streamed log (15.8). 10:25 (20.1) Changed course to 180° pgc. 11:35 (25.0) Changed course to 200° pgc. And so to end. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 200° pgc at 60 rpm. 1:00PM Held Quarters for Muster, omitted drills due to inclement weather. 1:30 (33.0) Changed course to 180° pgc and so to end of watch. Distance noted according to rpm. P.M. Pedersen Btsw

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 180° pgc; speed 60 rpm throughout watch. T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 180° pgc at 60 rpm, throughout. Chester McP Anderson

8:00PM to Midnight. On course 180° pgc at 60 rpm. And so to end of watch, issued 15 Night rations to Engineer force. Distance noted according to rpm. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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at sea straits of florida

Lat 26.10, Long -78.73

ah Garthright al Legault Asl Fitzpatrick Moore TD Bennett Thomas Officers ah Ens Fahey


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31 August 1932

great stirrup cay light house abeam to starboard distance 5 miles

Lat 43.7, Long 7.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 180° pgc; speed 60 rpm, throughout watch. - Time zone description plus five (+5). T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 180° pgc at 60 rpm. 4:48, Increased speed to 70 rpm. 5:22 (101.1) c/c to 150° pgc and increased speed to 80 rpm. 6:00 All hands. Ship's force carried out morning orders. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian. On course 150° pgc at 80 rpm. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 8:25 Increased speed to 100 rpm. 8:45 Sighted Great Isaac Light House bearing 152°. 9:39 (35.5) Changed course to 90° pgc. 9:56 (39.4) Great Isaac Light House abeam to starboard, distance 7.5 Miles. 10:43 (47.9) Changed course to 104° pgc, and so ends the watch. 12:00 Machinist L.S. Southall, resumed duty from sick status. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Machinist L.S. Southall - resumed duty from sick status.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 104° pgc; speed 100 rpm. 1:00 Held quarters followed by stations for abandon ship drill and clothing inspection 3:10 Observed partial eclipse of the sun. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 104° pgc at 100 rpm. 4:10 (05.7) Great Stirrup Cay, Light House abeam to starboard, distance 5 Miles. Changed course to 285 pgc and so to end of watch P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

6:00PM to 8:00PM On course 285° pgc at 100 rpm throughout. Chester McP Anderson

8:00PM to Midnight On course 285° pgc; speed 100 rpm. 10:57 Great Isaac Light abeam to port, distant 9 miles (78.2), changed course to 260° pgc. 11:59 (88.5) Changed course to 234° pgc; Great Isaac Light bearing 135° pgc distant 10 miles. - And so to end. - Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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LOG BOOK – SEPTEMBER 1st 1932 TO DECEMBER 31st 1932


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LOGS FOR SEPTEMBER 1932


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port everglades

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Garthright Thomas asl Fitzpatrick Moore TD Bennett Officers ah Ens Fahey


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1 September 1932

miami florida

Lat 19.6, Long -70.2

Midnigh to 4:00AM. On course 234° pgc at 100 rpm. 2:30 Reduced speed to 73 rpm and so to end of watch, distance noted according to rpm. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

4:00AM to 8:00AM On course 234 pgc at 73 rpm. 4:28 (33.9), c/c to 212° pgc. 5:08, Increased speed to 88 rpm. 5:28 Increased speed to 100 rpm 5:59 c/c to 220° pgc 6:52 Reduced speed to 88 rpm. 7:00 c/c to 340 pgc. Hauled in log reading (60.8). 7:20 Increased to 100 rpm. 7:24 MIAMI ENTRANCE BUOY close aboard; stood into Miami Main ship channel on various courses and bells. 8:00 Moored at Belcher Oil Co's dock, Miami, Florida. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian Moored as before at Belcher Oil Company's dock, Miami, Florida. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 8:18 Commenced fueling. Draft forward, 12 feet 8 inches, aft 14 feet. 8:42 Finished fueling, having received 207.52 barrels (8715.84 gallons) of "Bunker C" fuel oil at 100° F., from the Belcher Oil Company. Draft forward, 12 feet, 8 inches, aft 14 feet. 9:30 Unmoored and stood out of Miami Harbor on channel courses at various speeds. 9:50 Held quarters followed by general quarters. 10:02 Sounded collision alarm. - Miami entrance buoy close aboard to starboard; changed course to 74° pgc. 10:06 Collision mat in place. 10:06 Changed course to 3° pgc. 10:10 Sounded fire alarm. 10:11 Water on all hoses. 11:39 Changed course to 330° pgc. 11:56 Port Everglades entrance buoy close aboard to starboard; steered various courses into channel to Port Everglades; and so to end. John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c, Henry T. Harllee, (201-053), Sea 1c, and Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, assigned as mess-cooks for September relieving men assigned fro month of August. T.G. Miller, Ensign

oil: 207.52 barrels (8715.84 gallons) - 8:42 Finished fueling, having received 207.52 barrels (8715.84 gallons) of "Bunker C" fuel oil at 100° F., from the Belcher Oil Company.

John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c - John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c, Henry T. Harllee, (201-053), Sea 1c, and Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, assigned as mess-cooks for September relieving men assigned fro month of August.

Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c - John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c, Henry T. Harllee, (201-053), Sea 1c, and Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, assigned as mess-cooks for September relieving men assigned fro month of August.

Henry T. Harllee, (201-053), Sea 1c - John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c, Henry T. Harllee, (201-053), Sea 1c, and Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, assigned as mess-cooks for September relieving men assigned fro month of August.

Meridian to 4:00PM. Standing into Port Everglades via channel course on various bells 12:12 Moored to regular berth, Port Everglades Florida 12:50 Leo F. LeGault, (106-262), PhM 1c, reported on board from ten days leave of absence which terminated at noon, 31 August, 1932; he having previously reported on time at the office of the of the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, and assigned temporary duty at Section Base Six pending return of ship from sea. 1:00 Secured #1 Boiler. 1:30 Officers and men received monthly pay for the month of August 1932. 2:00, Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 3:00, The VINCES stood out to sea Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Leo F. LeGault, (106-262), PhM 1c - reported on board from ten days leave of absence which terminated at noon, 31 August, 1932; he having previously reported on time at the office of the of the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, and assigned temporary duty at Section Base Six pending return of ship from sea.

VINCES - 3:00, The VINCES stood out to sea


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1 September 1932

4:00PM to Midnight. Performed routine duties. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Garthright Thomas asl Moore TD Bennett Officers ah Ens Fahey


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2 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five (+5). 6:00, All hands. Ships force carried out morning routine. 8:00. Liberty party all returned on time 08:00. Held boat drill for details of second and third division Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Conducted fortnightly powder test, tested Magazine flood cocks and Franklin Life Buoys, (Realeasing gear), condition satisfactory. 9:30 Quarters followed by Rescuscitation and Gun drill. * 10:05 Homer H.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542), Cox; reported on board from (14) fourteen days convalescing leave granted by Commanding Officer. 11:10 A Summary Court constituted of Lieutenant John P. Crowley as President, Ensign True G. Miller as a Member and Chief Machinist Horace B. Deets as a Member, met for the trial of Thomas B. Redmond, (200-020), F 2c; attached to Section Base 6. * 1:30, Trial finished and Court adjourned. *1:00 Held Infantry Drill ashore under Arms. 2:00 Granted liberty to the starboard watch untill 8:00AM tomorrow. 2:00 Alex Banyas, (210-155), Sea 2c; left vessel, having been transferred to the USS Wainwright CG in exchange with William G. Stewart, (200-077), Sea 2c; authority Headquarters Letter 26 August 1932. (73-701). Crew engaged in general field day. Received Stores as per Invoices from Miami Home Milk Producers Association *and Signal drill. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Homer H.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542), Cox - reported on board from (14) fourteen days convalescing leave granted by Commanding Officer.

Lieutenant John P. Crowley - 11:10 A Summary Court constituted of Lieutenant John P. Crowley as President, Ensign True G. Miller as a Member and Chief Machinist Horace B. Deets as a Member, met for the trial of Thomas B. Redmond, (200-020), F 2c; attached to Section Base 6.

Ensign True G. Miller - 11:10 A Summary Court constituted of Lieutenant John P. Crowley as President, Ensign True G. Miller as a Member and Chief Machinist Horace B. Deets as a Member, met for the trial of Thomas B. Redmond, (200-020), F 2c; attached to Section Base 6.

Chief Machinist Horace B. Deets - 11:10 A Summary Court constituted of Lieutenant John P. Crowley as President, Ensign True G. Miller as a Member and Chief Machinist Horace B. Deets as a Member, met for the trial of Thomas B. Redmond, (200-020), F 2c; attached to Section Base 6.

Thomas B. Redmond, (200-020), F 2c - 11:10 A Summary Court constituted of Lieutenant John P. Crowley as President, Ensign True G. Miller as a Member and Chief Machinist Horace B. Deets as a Member, met for the trial of Thomas B. Redmond, (200-020), F 2c; attached to Section Base 6.

Alex Banyas, (210-155), Sea 2c - 2:00 Alex Banyas, (210-155), Sea 2c; left vessel, having been transferred to the USS Wainwright CG in exchange with William G. Stewart, (200-077), Sea 2c; authority Headquarters Letter 26 August 1932. (73-701).

William G. Stewart, (200-077), Sea 2c - 2:00 Alex Banyas, (210-155), Sea 2c; left vessel, having been transferred to the USS Wainwright CG in exchange with William G. Stewart, (200-077), Sea 2c; authority Headquarters Letter 26 August 1932. (73-701).

4:00PM to Midnight: Routine duties performed. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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port everglades florida

Lat 27.35, Long -80.03

ah Garthright Thomas asl Moore TD Bennett awol Mandik Officers ah Ens Fahey


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3 September 1932

hillsboro inlet lighthouse abeam to port distant 4 miles

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone +5. Carried out Morning orders. 7:10 USS Perry CG stod in and moored at regular berth. 8:00 All hands to Muster, Charles L. Mandick, (206-142), Sea 2c; was found to be absent without permission from proper authority, having last been seen at Midnight at which time he was relieved of anchor watch. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time except Paul Peplinski, (104-648), BM 1c; George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c; and Charles Gossett (117-042), Sea 1c, all of which returned on board at 8:25. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw.

USS Perry CG - 7:10 USS Perry CG stod in and moored at regular berth.

Charles L. Mandick, (206-142), Sea 2c - was found to be absent without permission from proper authority, having last been seen at Midnight at which time he was relieved of anchor watch.

Paul Peplinski, (104-648), BM 1c - 8:00 Liberty party returned on time except Paul Peplinski, (104-648), BM 1c; George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c; and Charles Gossett (117-042), Sea 1c, all of which returned on board at 8:25.

George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c - 8:00 Liberty party returned on time except Paul Peplinski, (104-648), BM 1c; George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c; and Charles Gossett (117-042), Sea 1c, all of which returned on board at 8:25.

Charles Gossett (117-042), Sea 1c - 8:00 Liberty party returned on time except Paul Peplinski, (104-648), BM 1c; George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c; and Charles Gossett (117-042), Sea 1c, all of which returned on board at 8:25.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:55 Commenced winding ship. 11:30 Finished winding ship and secured starboard side to dock. - 12:45 Hosmer H.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542), Cox., left on seven (7) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 1:05 Unmoored and stood out of Port Everglades on channel courses at various speeds. 1:29 Port Everglades entrance buoy close aboard to port; changed course to 24° pgc. Set standard speed at 108 rpm. 1:37 Streamed log reading 0. 2:00 Commanding Officer held regular weekly inspection of vessel. 2:18 Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse abeam to port, distant 4 miles; changed course to 7° pgc. And so to end. - 2:30 Held mast in the case of Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042) Sea 1c for being absent without leave for a period of twenty-five (25) minutes. Excuse accepted and duly warned. - Held mast in case of Francis Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., for alleged intoxication at US Marine Hospital No. 20, Savannah, Georgia. Sentence postponed pending further details from Medical Officer of such hospital - Machinist L.S. Southall and Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, left vessel this date; each on ten (10) days' leave of absence on account of sickness granted by Commanding Officer upon the recommendation of Dr. Ralph Lingeman, MD, (acting contract physician during the absence of Dr. Elliott M. Hendrick, Acting Assistant Surgeon, USPHS). T.G. Miller, Ensign

Hosmer H.A. Fitzpatrick (103-542), Cox. - left on seven (7) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c - 2:30 Held mast in the case of Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042) Sea 1c for being absent without leave for a period of twenty-five (25) minutes. Excuse accepted and duly warned.

Charles Gossett, (117-042) Sea 1c - 2:30 Held mast in the case of Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042) Sea 1c for being absent without leave for a period of twenty-five (25) minutes. Excuse accepted and duly warned.

George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c - 2:30 Held mast in the case of Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042) Sea 1c for being absent without leave for a period of twenty-five (25) minutes. Excuse accepted and duly warned.

Francis Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox. - Held mast in case of Francis Bobowiec, (103-220) Cox., for alleged intoxication at US Marine Hospital No. 20, Savannah, Georgia. Sentence postponed pending further details from Medical Officer of such hospital

Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c - Machinist L.S. Southall and Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, left vessel this date; each on ten (10) days' leave of absence on account of sickness granted by Commanding Officer upon the recommendation of Dr. Ralph Lingeman, MD, (acting contract physician during the absence of Dr. Elliott M. Hendrick, Acting Assistant Surgeon, USPHS).

Machinist L.S. Southall - Machinist L.S. Southall and Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, left vessel this date; each on ten (10) days' leave of absence on account of sickness granted by Commanding Officer upon the recommendation of Dr. Ralph Lingeman, MD, (acting contract physician during the absence of Dr. Elliott M. Hendrick, Acting Assistant Surgeon, USPHS).

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 7° pgc at 108 rpm. 4:41 (35.1) Lake Worth Inlet Gas Buoy abeam to starboard, distance 4 Miles. Changed course to 352° pgc. 5:30 Reduced speed to 93 rpm. Distance given according to RPM. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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3 September 1932

st lucie lighted whistle buoy abeam to port distant 5 miles

Lat 19.6, Long -70.2

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 252° pgc at 93 rpm throughout. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight. On course 252° pgc; speed 93 rpm. 8:25 (70.5) St. Lucie lighted whistle buoy abeam to port distant 5 miles. 10:03 (85.3) Reduced speed to 63 rpm. 10:52 (90.6) Bethel Shoal lighted whistle buoy abeam to port distant 5 1/2 miles; increased speed to 93 rpm. - And so to end. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign.


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 28.97, Long -80.75

* Speed logged by rpm.

ah Garthright Thomas asl Wheeler Moore Fitzpatrick TD Bennett awol Mandik Officers ah Ens Fahey Asl Mr. Southall


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4 September 1932

sighted hetzel shoals buoy bearing 305 t

Lat 43.7, Long 7.2

Midnigh to 4:00AM. On course 352 pgc at 93 rpm. 3:47 (76.8) Cape Canaveral Light abeam to starboard distance 16 Miles. Distances given according to RPM. Charles L. Mandick, (206-142), Sea 2c; absent without leave 24 hrs at 12:00 Midnight. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Charles L. Mandick, (206-142), Sea 2c - absent without leave 24 hrs at 12:00 Midnight.

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 352 pgc at 93 rpm. 4:10 (40.7) Sighted HETZEL SHOALS BUOY bearing 305° T; reduced speed to 63 rpm. 5:12 (47.0) HETZEL SHOALS BUOY abeam, distance 5.8 miles; reduced speed to 53 rpm. Ship's force carried out Sunday routine. 7:37, (60.1) c/c to 270° pgc. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 270° pgc; speed 53 rpm. 8:43 (67.9) Changed course to 290° pgc. 11:00 Log fouled; hauled in and cleared (80.2). 11:30 (82.9) Changed course to 307° pgc. And so to end. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 307 pgc at 53 rpm. 1:12 (91.8) Changed course to 18° pgc. 1:30 (93.7) Ponce De Leon Light House abeam to starboard, Changed course to 90° pgc distance 5.5 Miles. So ends the watch, crew observing the Sabbath. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 90° pgc; speed 53 rpm, throughout watch. T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM On course 90° pgc at 53 rpm. 7:00 (18.2) c/c to 270° pgc. Chester McP Anderson

8:00PM to Midnight On course 270° pgc at 53 rpm. 9:01 (30.0) changed course to 305° pgc 9:39 (32.6) Changed course to 336 pgc. 10:48 (38.8) Ponce De Leon Light bearing 270° pgc distance 14 Miles, changed course to 75° pgc and so to end. Issued 15 Night Rations to Enginer Force. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 30.42, Long -81.18

ah Garthright Thomas Asl Wheeler Moore Fitzpatrick TD Bennett Officers ah Ens Fahey Asl Mach Southall AWOL Mandik


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5 September 1932

into fernandina harbor

Lat 56.2, Long 135.3

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 75° pgc; speed 53 rpm. Time zone description plus five. * 12:36 (46.3) Changed course to 339° pgc. 12:45 (48.4) Increased speed to 78 rpm. And so to end. - *12:00 Charles L. Mandik, (206-142), Sea 2c, is absent without leave two (2) days. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Charles L. Mandik, (206-142), Sea 2c - is absent without leave two (2) days.

4:00AM to 8:00AM On course 339° pgc at 78 rpm throughout. Ship's force carried out holiday routine. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian. On course 339° pgc at 78 rpm. 8:05 Reduced speed to 58 rpm. 9:50 (17.0) Increased speed to 78 rpm. 11:55 (23.3) Changed course to 336° pgc, and increased speed to 93 rpm and so ends the watch. Crew observing Labor Day. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 336° pgc; speed 93 rpm. 2:10 (55.8) Amelia Island lighthouse abeam to port, distant 7 miles. 2:23 Took in log (57.2). Proceeding at various speeds on channel courses into Fernandina Harbor. 3:15 Anchored in five fathoms of water to 45 fathoms starboard chain on following bearings: Beacon #2, 251° pgc; Outer range, 310° pgc; - And so end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. Anchored as before. 4:33. Lowered Motor Dinghy and same left for shore. 5:50 Motor Dinghy returned to ship. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

6:00PM to 8:PM Anchored as before. 7:28 Anchor up and underway; standing down Cumberland Sound and St Mary's Entrance and to sea on various courses and speeds, via main channel. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00PM to Midnight On channel courses at various speeds as before. 8:42 Set course 90° pgc and speed 78 rpm. 8:50 Streamed log reading 0. 9:20 (4.6) Changed course to 159° pgc, and reduced speed to 53 rpm. 10:43 (10.4) Reduced speed to 43 rpm. And so to end. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 30.38, Long -81.45

ah Garthright Asl Wheeler Moore Fitzpatrick TD Bennett Thomas ah Officers Ens Fahey Asl L.S. Southall AWOL Mandik


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6 September 1932

in st johns river

Lat 47.5, Long -52.7

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 159° pgc at 43 rpm. 1:55 St Johns Light Ship abeam to starboard, distance 7.5 Miles. Changed course to 140° pgc. 4:00 (28.9) Changed course to 159° pgc. Charles L. Mandick (103-727), Sea 2c, absent without leave 72 hours at Midnight (3 days) P.M. Pedersen Btsw

Charles L. Mandick (103-727), Sea 2c - absent without leave 72 hours at Midnight (3 days)

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 140° pgc at 43 rpm. 4:08 (29.3) c/c to 339° pgc 5:13, Increased speed to 93 rpm 6:05, (39.5) c/c to 250 pgc. 6:59 (47.2) ST JOHN'S LIGHTVESSEL, abeam, close aboard. Hauled in log. Stood into St. Johns river and proceeded upstream on main channel courses. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian Standing up St. Johns river at various speeds. 10:22 Anchored of Jacksonville, Florida, in 8 fathoms of water, to 45 fathoms starboard chain on following bearings: St. John's Church steeple, 226° pgc, Brick chimney 282° pgc - Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. Anchored as before. in St Johns River with 45 fathoms of Chain on Starboard Anchor. 1:00 Held Quarters followed by Gun and Signal Drill. 1:30 Secured from all drills. 1:55 A Summary Court constituted of Lieutenant John P. Crowley as President, Ensign True G. Miller, Member, and Chief Machinist Horace B. Deets, Member and Recorder, met for the trial of Corlis L. Fitzgerald, (102-534), Y 2c; 2:20 Trial finished and court adjourned. Crew employed in chipping and painting and variously employed about deck. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Lieutenant John P. Crowley - 1:55 A Summary Court constituted of Lieutenant John P. Crowley as President, Ensign True G. Miller, Member, and Chief Machinist Horace B. Deets, Member and Recorder, met for the trial of Corlis L. Fitzgerald, (102-534), Y 2c

Ensign True G. Miller - 1:55 A Summary Court constituted of Lieutenant John P. Crowley as President, Ensign True G. Miller, Member, and Chief Machinist Horace B. Deets, Member and Recorder, met for the trial of Corlis L. Fitzgerald, (102-534), Y 2c

Chief Machinist Horace B. Deets - 1:55 A Summary Court constituted of Lieutenant John P. Crowley as President, Ensign True G. Miller, Member, and Chief Machinist Horace B. Deets, Member and Recorder, met for the trial of Corlis L. Fitzgerald, (102-534), Y 2c

Corlis L. Fitzgerald, (102-534), Y 2c - 1:55 A Summary Court constituted of Lieutenant John P. Crowley as President, Ensign True G. Miller, Member, and Chief Machinist Horace B. Deets, Member and Recorder, met for the trial of Corlis L. Fitzgerald, (102-534), Y 2c

4:00PM to Midnight 11:13 Received word, via radio from Hileah Radio, that the SS MUNLOYAL had lost propellor and was drifting northward; position Latitude, 28°30' North; Longitude, 74° 40' West. - Checked bearings and drift lead frequently throughout watch. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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off commodore pt st johns r

Lat 30.12, Long -81.17

ah Garthright Asl Wheeler Moore Fitzpatrick TD Bennett Thomas AWOL Mandik Officers ah Ens Fahey Asl Mach Southall

oil: 6338.22 - Fuel oil Received 6338.22 Expended 1620.22 On hand 43756.


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7 September 1932

down st johns river

Lat 47.5, Long -52.7

Midnight to 9:00AM. Anchored as before in St. John's River at Jacksonville, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). * 6:00 Called all hands and made preparations for getting underway. 6:42 Underway on various courses and speeds to Municipal Landing (Market Street) 6:57 Moored port side to Municipal Landing, Jacksonville, Florida. Draft forward, 12 feet, 5 inches; aft, 14 feet, 2 inches. 8:21 Shifted berth to Clyde Line dock. Crew employed preparing ship for sea and in taking on board fresh water. 8:50 Moored at Clyde Line pier. - *12:00 Charles L. Mandik, (206-042), Sea 2c, is absent four (4) days without leave. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Moored as before. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:10, completed taking on fresh water, draft, fwd. 12'6", aft 14'6". 11:15 Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from the Fernandina Cash Grocery. 11:40 Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from American Bakerhy Co. 11:45, Unmoored and underway. Stood down St John's River on various courses and speeds to a point off the Standard Oil Docks. 12:24 Anchored off oil dock as berth was found occupied. 12:24 Sent motor dinghy ashore with Ensign Miller to ascertain when fuel could be obtained. 1:16, Ensign Miller returned and reported that the Texas Company would be able to furnish fuel first. anchor up; underway, standing into dock. 1:51, Moored to dock of the Texas Company. 2:45 Commenced fueling ship. Received 2 barrells of lubricating oil from the Sinclair Oil Company and 50 gallons kerosene from the Atlantic Refining Co. 3:15 Completed fueling, having received 6338.22 gallons Bunker "C" fuel oil; ship's draft forward 12 ft 10 in aft, 14 ft 5 in. 3:55, unmoored and underway, standing away from dock into main channel, St Johns River. 4:00 Held quarters for muster. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

Ensign Miller - 12:24 Sent motor dinghy ashore with Ensign Miller to ascertain when fuel could be obtained.

Ensign Miller - returned and reported that the Texas Company would be able to furnish fuel first.

oil: 6338.22 gallons - 3:15 Completed fueling, having received 6338.22 gallons Bunker "C" fuel oil

4:00PM to 8PM. Standing down St John's River on main channel courses, at 98 rpm. * 6:07, #2 St Johns Entrance Buoy abeam; set course 152° pgc. 6:18, Streamed log, set at (0). 6:24, (0.6) ST JOHNS LIGHTVESSEL abeam to port. 7:10 (10.6) c/c to 150° pgc. 7:35 In accordance with Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area Radio Message. 9907-1000, the Commanding Officer, Commander L.C. Mueller, was relieved of Command and placed in his quarters under arrest, and the command carried over to Lieutenant J.P. Crowley P.M. Pedersen Btsw

Commander L.C. Mueller - 7:35 In accordance with Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area Radio Message. 9907-1000, the Commanding Officer, Commander L.C. Mueller, was relieved of Command and placed in his quarters under arrest, and the command carried over to Lieutenant J.P. Crowley

Lieutenant J.P. Crowley - 7:35 In accordance with Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area Radio Message. 9907-1000, the Commanding Officer, Commander L.C. Mueller, was relieved of Command and placed in his quarters under arrest, and the command carried over to Lieutenant J.P. Crowley

8:00PM to Midnight On course 150° pgc; speed 98 rpm. St. Augustine light abeam at 8:50 (27.5), distant 12.5 miles. - And so to end. - Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign

*5:30, CG 117 sighted proceeding south in inside waterway.

CG 117 - sighted proceeding south in inside waterway.


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 29.07, Long -79.10

ah Garthright Asl Wheeler Moore Fitzpatrick TD Bennett Thomas AWOL Mandik Officers ah Ens Fahey asl Mach Southall


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8 September 1932

ponce de leon light abeam to starboard distance 18 miles

Lat 51.2, Long 1.4

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 150° pgc at 98 rpm proceeding to assistance of the steamer "Munloyal". 1:55 (77.4) Ponce De Leon Light abeam to starboard, distance 18 Miles. 3:38 Reduced speed to 53 rpm. 3:40 (95.8) Changed course to 90° pgc. 3:44 Increased speed to 63 rpm. And so ends the watch. Charles L. Mandick (103-727), Sea 2c; absent without leave 120 hours at Midnight. (5 days) P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Charles L. Mandick (103-727), Sea 2c - absent without leave 120 hours at Midnight. (5 days)

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 90° pgc at 63 rpm. 4:20, Increased to 73 rpm. 4:45, Increased to 83 rpm. 5:15, Increased to 93 rpm. 5:30, Increased to 98 rpm. (09.6) Ship's force carried out morning routine. Vessel rolling considerably in cross swell. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian On course 90° pgc; speed 98 rpm throughout watch. - Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 90° pgc at 98 rpm. 1:00 Quarters followed by Signal drill Pistol drill and Instruction in Seamanship. Vessel rolling heavily throughout watch. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 90° pgc; speed 98 rpm, throughout watch. T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 90° pgc at 98 rpm throughout. Vessel rolling considerably. Chester McP Anderson Lt

8:00PM to Midnight. On course 90° pgc at 98 rpm. 8:01 (51.9) Changed course to 82° pgc and so to end of watch, issued 15 Night rations to Engineer force. Vessel rolling heavily throughout watch. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 29.58, Long -74.68

ah Garthright Asl Wheeler Moore Fitzpatrick TD Bennett Thomas Awol Mandik Officers ah Ens Fahey Asl Mach Southall


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9 September 1932

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 82° pgc; speed 98 rpm, proceeding to the assistance of the SS "MUNLOYAL" - 12:00 Charles L. Mandik, (206-142), Sea 2c, is absent six (6) days without leave. - Vessel rolling heavily throughout watch. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Charles L. Mandik, (206-142), Sea 2c - is absent six (6) days without leave.

4:00AM to 8:00AM On course 82° pgc at 98 rpm throughout. Vessel rolling heavily throughout watch Ship's force carried morning routine Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian. On course 82° pgc at 98 rpm. 9:35 (86.4) Changed course to 94° pgc and increased speed to 108 rpm. And so to end of watch, Vessel rolling heavily throughout watch. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. Tested Magazine flood cock and Franklin Life Buoys, Condition satisfactory. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 94° pgc; speed 108 rpm. 12:13 (14.6) Changed course to 103° pgc. 12:29 (17.2) Changed course to 94° pgc. 1:00 Held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drills. - And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 94° pgc at 108 rpm. 4:18 Sighted Tug Relief with Steamer Munloyal in tow. 5:27 (73.3) Changed course to 226 pgc and so to end. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Tug Relief - 4:18 Sighted Tug Relief with Steamer Munloyal in tow.

Steamer Munloyal - 4:18 Sighted Tug Relief with Steamer Munloyal in tow.

6:00PM to 8:00PM On course 226 pgc at 108 rpm. 6:28 (84.8) c/c to 229° pgc. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00PM to Midnight On course 229° pgc; speed 108 rpm throughout watch. - Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 27.00, Long -76.18

ah Garthright Asl Wheeler Moore Fitzpatrick TD Bennett Thomas Awol Mandik Officers ah Ens Fahey Asl Mach. Southall


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10 September 1932

abaco light bearing 16 pgc distance 67 miles

Lat 42.2, Long 7.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On Course 229 pgc at 108 rpm. And so to end of watch. 12:00 Charles L. Mandik, (206-142), Sea 2c; is absent without leave seven (7) days P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Charles L. Mandik, (206-142), Sea 2c - is absent without leave seven (7) days

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course at 229 pgc at 108 rpm. 6:00, All hands; ship's force carried out morning routine. 6:30 (21.1) c/c to 228° pgc. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 228° pgc; at 108 rpm throughout. 10:30 Held Commanding Officer's Inspection of vessel. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00pm. On course 228° pgc at 108 rpm. 1:30. 700 Boiler hours up on #1 Boiler, cleaning of same deferred until vessel arrives in Port by order of Commanding Officer 2:19 Fire broke out in galley, caused by overflowing carburator, sounded fire alarm. 2:20:30 Fire extinguished, by use of Fire Extinguisher, secured from Fire Quarters 3:45 Sighted Elbow Key Lighthouse bearing 265° pgc P.M. Pedersen. Btsw.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 228° pgc; speed 108 rpm. 4:53 (39.9) Elbow Cay lighthouse abeam to starboard; Changed course to 203° pgc. 5:00 (41.3) Changed course to 200° pgc 5:13 (43.8) Changed course to 198° pgc. T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 198° pgc at 108 rpm. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

8:00PM to Midnight On course 198° pgc at 108° rpm. 8:06 (77.9) Abaco Light abeam, distant 5 miles, changed course to 234° pgc. 8:55 (86.1) Abaco Light bearing 16° pgc, distance 6.7 Miles. Changed course to 294° pgc. 11:26 (10.0) Great Stirrup Light on four points. and so ends the watch. Issued 15 Night Rations to Engineer force P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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at sea northwest providence channel

Lat 26.08, Long -79.55

Asl Wheeler Moore TD Bennett Garthright Thomas Awol Mandik Officers ah Ens Fahey Asl Mach Southall


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11 September 1932

in port everglades channel

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 294° pgc; speed 108 rpm. Time zone description plus five (+5). * 12:15 (23.7) Great Stirrup Cay light abeam to port distant 8 miles; changed course to 281° pgc. - And so to end. - *Charles L. Mandik, (206-142), Sea 2c, is absent eight (8) days without leave. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Charles L. Mandik, (206-142), Sea 2c - is absent eight (8) days without leave.

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 281° pgc at 108 rpm. 6:06, (92.8) GREAT ISAAC LIGHTHOUSE abeam, distance 10. miles; c/c to 253° pgc. 7:03, (4.8) GREAT ISAAC LIGHTHOUSE bore 135° T, distance 10 miles; c/c to 234° pgc. Ship's force carried out Sunday morning routine Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian On course 234° pgc at 108 rpm. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 10:00 (37.0) Changed course to 270 pgc. 10:50 (46.6) Changed course to 255° pgc. 11:22 (52.6) Changed course to 321° pgc. 11:58 Port Everglades Sea Buoy close aboard to starboard hauled in log reading (60.6) P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Meridian to 4:00PM. Standing in Port Everglades Channel on various courses and speed. 12:13 Moored to dock at Port Everglades, Florida. 12:26 Homer H.A. Fitzpatrick, (103-592) Cox; returned on board from seven (7) days convalescent leave granted by Commanding Officer having previously reported at Office of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area. at 10:30AM this date. 1:00 Granted Liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Cut out Number one (1) boiler, preparatory to cleaning. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Homer H.A. Fitzpatrick, (103-592) Cox - returned on board from seven (7) days convalescent leave granted by Commanding Officer having previously reported at Office of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area. at 10:30AM this date.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. 8:10 William Fernstrom, (103-487), QM 2c; left vessel without permission from proper authority. 10:30 William G. Stewart, (200-077), Sea 2c reported on board for duty from the USS Wainwright CG. Reference Headquarters letter August 25 - 1932 (73-701). 10:35 William Fernstrom, (103-487), QM 2c, returned on board. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

William Fernstrom, (103-487), QM 2c - left vessel without permission from proper authority.

William G. Stewart, (200-077), Sea 2c - reported on board for duty from the USS Wainwright CG. Reference Headquarters letter August 25 - 1932 (73-701).

William Fernstrom, (103-487), QM 2c - returned on board.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Asl Wheeler Moore TD Bennett Thomas Awol Mandik Officers ah Ens. Fahey Asl Mach. Southall


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12 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone +5. Carried out Morning orders. 7:55 USS Perry CG stod in and moored at her regular berth. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time Charles L. Mandik, (206-142), Sea 2c; is absent nine (9) days without leave. 8:00 Commenced cleaning No. 2 boiler. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

USS Perry CG - stod in and moored at her regular berth.

Charles L. Mandik, (206-142), Sea 2c - is absent nine (9) days without leave.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; condition dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by general quarters. 9:45 Sounded collision alarm. - 9:48 Mat in place. 9:52 Sounded fire alarm. 9:52 1/2 First water. 9:53 Water on all hoses. 10:10 John W. Garthwright, (105-786), WT 1c, returned on board from US Marine Hospital at Key West, Florida, where he received in-patient treatment. He having previously reported at Section Base Six at 11:45pm, 8 September, 1932, to await the arrival of the UNALGA from sea. 1:00 Chief Machinist Willard L. Jones reported on board for duty in accordance with Headquarter's letter 29 July, 1932, (72-531). 2:55 Arthur C. Crouch, (102-452), F 1c, left on ten (10) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. John W. Garthwright (105-786), WT 1c, honorably discharged this date by reason of the expiration of the full term of his enlistment and extension thereof. Issued Honorable discharge No. A-31349. Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c, honorably discharged this date by reason of the expiration of the full term of his enlistment. Issued Honorable Discharge No. A-31348. - Crew employed painting ship's side - passageways on main deck and in scrubbing smokestack. Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, granted five (5) days' extension of leave on account of sickness by Commanding Officer. T.G. Miller, Ensign

John W. Garthwright, (105-786), WT 1c - returned on board from US Marine Hospital at Key West, Florida, where he received in-patient treatment. He having previously reported at Section Base Six at 11:45pm, 8 September, 1932, to await the arrival of the UNALGA from sea.

Chief Machinist Willard L. Jones - reported on board for duty in accordance with Headquarter's letter 29 July, 1932, (72-531).

Arthur C. Crouch, (102-452), F 1c - left on ten (10) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

John W. Garthwright (105-786), WT 1c - honorably discharged this date by reason of the expiration of the full term of his enlistment and extension thereof. Issued Honorable discharge No. A-31349.

Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c - honorably discharged this date by reason of the expiration of the full term of his enlistment. Issued Honorable Discharge No. A-31348.

Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c - granted five (5) days' extension of leave on account of sickness by Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. - Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from Zim's Bakery. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Crouch Asl Wheeler Moore TD Bennett Thomas Awol Mandik Officers ah Ens Fahey Asl Mach Southall


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13 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 8:00 Charles L. Mandik, (206-142), Sea 2c, is this date declared a deserter from this ship and from the US Coast Guard, he having been absent without leave since 0800, 3 September, 1932, a period of ten (10) days. All liberty party returned on time except William Pritchett, (108-561), Sea 2c, who returned on board at 8:10 after having been absent ten (10) minutes overleave. Held boat drill under oars. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Charles L. Mandik, (206-142), Sea 2c - is this date declared a deserter from this ship and from the US Coast Guard, he having been absent without leave since 0800, 3 September, 1932, a period of ten (10) days.

William Pritchett, (108-561), Sea 2c - All liberty party returned on time except William Pritchett, (108-561), Sea 2c, who returned on board at 8:10 after having been absent ten (10) minutes overleave.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30, Held quarters, followed by infantry drill, signal drill and resuscitation drill. 10:15, Quartermasters held signal drill. 11:00, Commanding Officer held mast in the case of William Ferstrom, (103-487), QM 2c, absent without leave from proper authority on Sunday, 11, September, 1932 and he was awarded the punishment of deprivation of liberty for five (5) days; Also in case of Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox. for being intoxicated while undergoing treatment at the US Marine Hospital #20, Savannah, Ga. and he was ordered to be tried by Deck Court. Re-enlisted John W. Garthright, (105-786) as a Watertender, first class, for a period of two (2) years, in the regular establishment, authority, article 322, Regulations. Re-enlisted Manuel C. Lewis (106-359), as a Quartermaster, third class, for a period of two (2) years, in the regular establishment authority, article 322, Regulations. 1:30, George H. Waddel, Jr. (110,-652), EM 1c departed on fifteen (15) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer, the same to expire before noon, 29th September, 1932. Deck force employed in painting smokestack, rails and variously about ship. Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from Home Milk Producers. Received one (1) drum lubricating oil from the Sinclair Oil Co. Received one "Lubriko" grease gun from Radio Supply and Repair Base, invoice #8208. 4:00, Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00am, tomorrow. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

William Ferstrom, (103-487), QM 2c - 11:00, Commanding Officer held mast in the case of William Ferstrom, (103-487), QM 2c, absent without leave from proper authority on Sunday, 11, September, 1932 and he was awarded the punishment of deprivation of liberty for five (5) days; Also in case of Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox. for being intoxicated while undergoing treatment at the US Marine Hospital #20, Savannah, Ga. and he was ordered to be tried by Deck Court.

Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox. - 11:00, Commanding Officer held mast in the case of William Ferstrom, (103-487), QM 2c, absent without leave from proper authority on Sunday, 11, September, 1932 and he was awarded the punishment of deprivation of liberty for five (5) days; Also in case of Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox. for being intoxicated while undergoing treatment at the US Marine Hospital #20, Savannah, Ga. and he was ordered to be tried by Deck Court.

John W. Garthright, (105-786) - Re-enlisted John W. Garthright, (105-786) as a Watertender, first class, for a period of two (2) years, in the regular establishment, authority, article 322, Regulations.

Manuel C. Lewis (106-359) - Re-enlisted Manuel C. Lewis (106-359), as a Quartermaster, third class, for a period of two (2) years, in the regular establishment authority, article 322, Regulations.

George H. Waddel, Jr. (110,-652), EM 1c - departed on fifteen (15) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer, the same to expire before noon, 29th September, 1932.

4:00PM to Midnight 5:00, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones relieved Chief Machinist H.B. Deets as engineer officer in accordance with his orders dated 29 July, 1932 (72-531). Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Chief Machinist W.L. Jones - 5:00, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones relieved Chief Machinist H.B. Deets as engineer officer in accordance with his orders dated 29 July, 1932 (72-531).

Chief Machinist H.B. Deets - 5:00, Chief Machinist W.L. Jones relieved Chief Machinist H.B. Deets as engineer officer in accordance with his orders dated 29 July, 1932 (72-531).


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Crouch Waddell TD Bennett Thomas Asl Wheeler Moore Officers ah Ens. Fahey Asl Mach Southall


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14 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone discription, plus five. 6:00, All hands; ships force carried morning routine 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time. 8:00, Held boat drill 9:00, Chief Machinist Horace B Deets, detached and left ship in accordance with orders dated 29 July, 1932 (72-531) transferring him to Section Base Four, New London, Conn. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut

Chief Machinist Horace B Deets - detached and left ship in accordance with orders dated 29 July, 1932 (72-531) transferring him to Section Base Four, New London, Conn.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by Infantry drill ashore (under arms). 10:00 Machinist L.S. Southall granted ten (10) days extension of leave of absence on account of sickness and Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c; granted five (5) days extension of leave of absence on account of sickness, upon the recommendation of Dr Ralph Lingeman, MD (acting contract Physician). 11:30 Robert Hancock, (100-450) SC 1c; this date honorable discharged from the regular establishment, upon the expiration of full term of enlistment and six (6) days extension thereof. Issued honorable discharge No. A-31350. Crew engaged in painting boats and ship side. and variously employed about deck. Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from Zim's Baking Co. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Machinist L.S. Southall - 10:00 Machinist L.S. Southall granted ten (10) days extension of leave of absence on account of sickness and Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c; granted five (5) days extension of leave of absence on account of sickness, upon the recommendation of Dr Ralph Lingeman, MD (acting contract Physician).

Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c - 10:00 Machinist L.S. Southall granted ten (10) days extension of leave of absence on account of sickness and Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c; granted five (5) days extension of leave of absence on account of sickness, upon the recommendation of Dr Ralph Lingeman, MD (acting contract Physician).

Robert Hancock, (100-450) SC 1c - this date honorable discharged from the regular establishment, upon the expiration of full term of enlistment and six (6) days extension thereof. Issued honorable discharge No. A-31350.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Routine duties performed. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Crouch Waddell Asl Wheeler Moore TD Bennett Thomas Officers ah Ens Fahey Asl Mach Southall


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15 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida Time zone +5. Carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Liberty Party returned on time, held Boat drill under Oars. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by signal drill and machine gun instruction. 1:30 Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c, left on nine (9) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from The Great A. & P. Tea Co. Crew employed painting ship's side and the berth and main decks. - The proceedings and findings of the summary court of which Lieutenant John P. Crowley is president, and which convened on 6 September, 1932 for the trial of Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, for the following offences: Absence from duty without leave from 1:00am 2 July, 1932, to 9:00am, 13 July, 1932, and from 6:30am, 2 August, 1932, to 9:42pm, 2 August, 1932; Disobeying lawful order of a superior officer, on 27 July, 1932; and the willful destruction of public property on 2 August, 1932, for which he was sentenced to be dishonorably discharged from the US Coast Guard, was, on 14 September, 1932, approved by the convening authority. - Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c, reenlisted this date in the Regular Establishment for a period of two years. Authority article 322, Regulations. - Received 25 gallons shellac, 2 drums cement, and 1 box gaugeglasses from Coast Guard Store, Brooklyn, NY. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c - left on nine (9) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Lieutenant John P. Crowley - The proceedings and findings of the summary court of which Lieutenant John P. Crowley is president, and which convened on 6 September, 1932 for the trial of Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, for the following offences: Absence from duty without leave from 1:00am 2 July, 1932, to 9:00am, 13 July, 1932, and from 6:30am, 2 August, 1932, to 9:42pm, 2 August, 1932; Disobeying lawful order of a superior officer, on 27 July, 1932; and the willful destruction of public property on 2 August, 1932, for which he was sentenced to be dishonorably discharged from the US Coast Guard, was, on 14 September, 1932, approved by the convening authority.

Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c - The proceedings and findings of the summary court of which Lieutenant John P. Crowley is president, and which convened on 6 September, 1932 for the trial of Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, for the following offences: Absence from duty without leave from 1:00am 2 July, 1932, to 9:00am, 13 July, 1932, and from 6:30am, 2 August, 1932, to 9:42pm, 2 August, 1932; Disobeying lawful order of a superior officer, on 27 July, 1932; and the willful destruction of public property on 2 August, 1932, for which he was sentenced to be dishonorably discharged from the US Coast Guard, was, on 14 September, 1932, approved by the convening authority.

Robert Hancock, (100-450), SC 1c - reenlisted this date in the Regular Establishment for a period of two years. Authority article 322, Regulations.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Crouch Waddell Edelin Asl Wheeler Moore TD Bennett Thomas Officers ah Ens Fahey Asl Mach Southall


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16 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). 8:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine - crew employed in field day cleaning. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Tested flood cock. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Conducted fortnightly test of smokeless powder. 9:30, Held quarters, followed by signal drill, gun drill, and boat drill. Ship's force employed in painting over quarter, in sand-scrubbing dock, various canvas work and cleaning of boats and boat gear. 1:15 Commanding Officer held mast in the cases of William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 2c and Harold T. Harllee (201-053) Seaman 1c, both for having clothing other than their own in their possession. Pritchett was warned and Harllee excused. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from the Home Milk Producers, Inc., and the Great A. and P. Co. 4:00, Completed cleaning No. 2 boiler. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

Harold T. Harllee (201-053) Seaman 1c - 1:15 Commanding Officer held mast in the cases of William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 2c and Harold T. Harllee (201-053) Seaman 1c, both for having clothing other than their own in their possession. Pritchett was warned and Harllee excused.

William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 2c - 1:15 Commanding Officer held mast in the cases of William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 2c and Harold T. Harllee (201-053) Seaman 1c, both for having clothing other than their own in their possession. Pritchett was warned and Harllee excused.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30, Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.


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Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

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17 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida Time zone description, plus five (5). 6:00, All hands; ship's force employed in regular routine preparing ship for inspection. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 10:30 Held General Muster followed by Inspection of vessel by Commanding Officer. 11:15 Commenced winding ship. 11:40 Finished winding ship. 12:00 Jessie M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c; having been granted thirty (30) days convalescent leave, by Commanding Officer, to expire at Noon this date, failed to return from said leave. 1:00 Granted Liberty to Port watch until 9:00AM tomorrow. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the Great A and P. Co. and Zims Baking Co. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Jessie M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c - having been granted thirty (30) days convalescent leave, by Commanding Officer, to expire at Noon this date, failed to return from said leave.

4:00PM to Midnight. 5:30 Lieutenant J.P. Crowley in accordance with, instructions from the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, delivered to Commander L.C. Mueller a communication marked "confidential" 5:31. In accordance with Letter of September 17 - 1932 from Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, Commander L.C. Mueller was released from arrest and resumed duty as Commanding Officer of this vessel. Performed Routine duties. 10:35 Jessie M. Moore (107-476), Sea 2c; returned on board from thirty (30) days convalescent leave, granted by Commanding Officer, ten (10) hours and thirty five (35) minutes overleave. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Lieutenant J.P. Crowley - 5:30 Lieutenant J.P. Crowley in accordance with, instructions from the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, delivered to Commander L.C. Mueller a communication marked "confidential"

Commander L.C. Mueller - 5:30 Lieutenant J.P. Crowley in accordance with, instructions from the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, delivered to Commander L.C. Mueller a communication marked "confidential"

Commander L.C. Mueller - 5:31. In accordance with Letter of September 17 - 1932 from Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, Commander L.C. Mueller was released from arrest and resumed duty as Commanding Officer of this vessel.

Jessie M. Moore (107-476), Sea 2c - returned on board from thirty (30) days convalescent leave, granted by Commanding Officer, ten (10) hours and thirty five (35) minutes overleave.


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18 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnigh to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone +5. Carroed out Morning orders. 9:00 Liberty Party returned on Time P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Crew observed Sabbath. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties - no remarks. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

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19 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time except John W. Garthright, (105-786), WT 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, all of whom are absent after the expiration of their liberty. Held boat drill under oars. T.G. Miller, Ensign

John W. Garthright, (105-786), WT 1c - 8:00 All liberty party returned on time except John W. Garthright, (105-786), WT 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, all of whom are absent after the expiration of their liberty.

George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c - 8:00 All liberty party returned on time except John W. Garthright, (105-786), WT 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, all of whom are absent after the expiration of their liberty.

Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c - 8:00 All liberty party returned on time except John W. Garthright, (105-786), WT 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, all of whom are absent after the expiration of their liberty.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30, Held quarters followed by General Quarters. 9:46, Sounded Collision Drill alarm. 9:49, Mat in place. 9:51, Sounded Fire Drill alarm. 9:51 1/2 First Water. 9:52 1/2 Water on all hoses. 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Jesse M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, for absenting himself over leave for a period of 10 hours and 35 minutes on Saturday, 17 September, 1932. Excuse accepted and warned. Ship's force employed in painting rails, bulkheads and in various canvas work. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from the Great A. and P. Tea Company and The Florida Light and Power Co. * 12:50 The PERRY unmoored and stood out to sea. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Jesse M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c - 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Jesse M. Moore, (107-476), Sea 2c, for absenting himself over leave for a period of 10 hours and 35 minutes on Saturday, 17 September, 1932. Excuse accepted and warned.

PERRY - 12:50 The PERRY unmoored and stood out to sea.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30 Granted liberty to the port watch until 8:00am, tomorrow. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

*12:00, Howard F Wheeler (110-939), F 1c granted five additional days leave of absence on account of sickness upon recommendation of Dr Ralph Lingeman, acting contract physcian.

Howard F Wheeler (110-939), F 1c - granted five additional days leave of absence on account of sickness upon recommendation of Dr Ralph Lingeman, acting contract physcian.


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Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

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20 September 1932

port everglades fla

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Fla. Time zone description, plus five 6:00, All hands. 6:30, Ship's force carried out morning orders 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time. John W. Garthright, (105-286), WT 1c, George J Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c all are absent without leave from proper authority for a period of twenty four (24) hours. 8:00, Held boat drill for third division Chester McP Anderson Lieut

George J Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c - John W. Garthright, (105-286), WT 1c, George J Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c all are absent without leave from proper authority for a period of twenty four (24) hours.

John W. Garthright, (105-286), WT 1c - John W. Garthright, (105-286), WT 1c, George J Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c all are absent without leave from proper authority for a period of twenty four (24) hours.

Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c - John W. Garthright, (105-286), WT 1c, George J Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c all are absent without leave from proper authority for a period of twenty four (24) hours.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 9:30 Held Quarters followed by Gun and Signal Drill. 1:30 Machinist L.S. Southall reported on board from sixteen (16) days leave of absence on account of sickness and upon recommendation of Dr. Ralph Lingeman MD (acting contract Physician) is being transferred to, US Marine Hospital, at Key West, Florida. for inpatient treatment (Ptosis). authority Commanding Officer Letter of September 20, 1932. Issued Transportation Request, Number. T-748.486 Crew engaged in painting on spar and main deck. Received commissary stores as per Invoices from the Great A and P Tea Company and the Table Supply Company. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Machinist L.S. Southall - reported on board from sixteen (16) days leave of absence on account of sickness and upon recommendation of Dr. Ralph Lingeman MD (acting contract Physician) is being transferred to, US Marine Hospital, at Key West, Florida. for inpatient treatment (Ptosis). authority Commanding Officer Letter of September 20, 1932. Issued Transportation Request, Number. T-748.486

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to Starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Routine duties performed. 11:00 Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c; and George J. Fritz (103-727), MM 2c; returned on board thirty nine (39) hours overleave. 11:10 John W. Garthright, (105-286), WT 1c; returned on board thirty nine (39) hours and ten (10) minutes overleave, all appearantly under the influence of intoxicating liquor or some other drug. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

George J. Fritz (103-727), MM 2c - 11:00 Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c; and George J. Fritz (103-727), MM 2c; returned on board thirty nine (39) hours overleave.

Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c - 11:00 Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c; and George J. Fritz (103-727), MM 2c; returned on board thirty nine (39) hours overleave.

John W. Garthright, (105-286), WT 1c - returned on board thirty nine (39) hours and ten (10) minutes overleave


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Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

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21 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone, plus five. carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Held Boat drill for Engineer Force (under oars). All liberty party returned on time. Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 2c; and George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c; were unable to turn to, due to sickness, caused by their own misconduct. (Drinking). P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c - Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 2c; and George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c; were unable to turn to, due to sickness, caused by their own misconduct. (Drinking).

Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 2c - Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 2c; and George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c; were unable to turn to, due to sickness, caused by their own misconduct. (Drinking).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by resuscitation drill and clothing inspection. 11:00 Commanding Officer held report mast in the cases of John W. Garthwright, (105-786), WT 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, for absence without leave for a period of thirty-nine (39) hours and ten (10) minutes. Each was awarded a deck court. 1:00 Reedal Ogilvie, (216-200), RM 2c, left on five (5) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 3:20 Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c, and Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146), AS, received dental treatment at office of Dr. H.T. Matthews. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from Zims Bakery and the Great A. & P. Tea Co. T.G. Miller, Ensign

John W. Garthwright, (105-786), WT 1c - 11:00 Commanding Officer held report mast in the cases of John W. Garthwright, (105-786), WT 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, for absence without leave for a period of thirty-nine (39) hours and ten (10) minutes. Each was awarded a deck court.

George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c - 11:00 Commanding Officer held report mast in the cases of John W. Garthwright, (105-786), WT 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, for absence without leave for a period of thirty-nine (39) hours and ten (10) minutes. Each was awarded a deck court.

Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c - 11:00 Commanding Officer held report mast in the cases of John W. Garthwright, (105-786), WT 1c, George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, for absence without leave for a period of thirty-nine (39) hours and ten (10) minutes. Each was awarded a deck court.

Reedal Ogilvie, (216-200), RM 2c - left on five (5) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146), AS - 3:20 Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c, and Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146), AS, received dental treatment at office of Dr. H.T. Matthews.

Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c - 3:20 Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c, and Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146), AS, received dental treatment at office of Dr. H.T. Matthews.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

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22 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (5). 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powders: conditions dry and normal. 9:30, Held quarters, followed by infantry drill on shore and pistol instruction. 11:40, William, Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 2c, while working on float alongside ship fell overboard. He was recovered without sustaining injuries and resumed duty. At the time of the incident, he had a hand saw in his possession and the saw was lost overboard. 1:30, Jesse M. Moore (107-476), Sea 2c, complained of pains in his back and was placed on binnacle list pending examination by a medical officer 1:45 Lieutenant J.P. Crowley, as Deck Court, convened in the cases of John W. Garthwright, (105-786) WT 1c, George Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, each awarded such trial by Commanding Officer at report mast yesterday. 2:00, Lieutenant Chester M. Anderson, as Deck Court, convened in the case of Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox., awarded such trial by Commanding Officer at report mast, 13 September, 1932. Deck force employed in painting rails, bulwarks, bulkhead and various compartments and various canvas work. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

William, Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 2c - while working on float alongside ship fell overboard. He was recovered without sustaining injuries and resumed duty. At the time of the incident, he had a hand saw in his possession and the saw was lost overboard.

Jesse M. Moore (107-476), Sea 2c - complained of pains in his back and was placed on binnacle list pending examination by a medical officer

Lieutenant J.P. Crowley - 1:45 Lieutenant J.P. Crowley, as Deck Court, convened in the cases of John W. Garthwright, (105-786) WT 1c, George Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, each awarded such trial by Commanding Officer at report mast yesterday.

George Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c - 1:45 Lieutenant J.P. Crowley, as Deck Court, convened in the cases of John W. Garthwright, (105-786) WT 1c, George Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, each awarded such trial by Commanding Officer at report mast yesterday.

John W. Garthwright, (105-786) WT 1c - 1:45 Lieutenant J.P. Crowley, as Deck Court, convened in the cases of John W. Garthwright, (105-786) WT 1c, George Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, each awarded such trial by Commanding Officer at report mast yesterday.

Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c - 1:45 Lieutenant J.P. Crowley, as Deck Court, convened in the cases of John W. Garthwright, (105-786) WT 1c, George Fritz, (103-727) MM 2c, and Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, each awarded such trial by Commanding Officer at report mast yesterday.

Lieutenant Chester M. Anderson - 2:00, Lieutenant Chester M. Anderson, as Deck Court, convened in the case of Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox., awarded such trial by Commanding Officer at report mast, 13 September, 1932.

Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox. - 2:00, Lieutenant Chester M. Anderson, as Deck Court, convened in the case of Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox., awarded such trial by Commanding Officer at report mast, 13 September, 1932.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut


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Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

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23 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. 6:00, All hands. 6:30, Ships force carried out morning routine 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. Tested Magazine flood cock and Franklin Life Buoy, conditions satisfactory. 11:00 Held Quarters followed by Signal drill, Resuscitation drill and small arm sighting drill. 11:00 Published Deck Court No two (2) in the case of Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox; who, while undergoing treatment, at US Marine Hospital No 20 at Savannah, Ga, was found under the influence of intoxicating liquor on or about August 13, 1932, and did fail to cooperate in his treatment while at said Hospital. Sentence: To lose twenty (20) Dollars of his pay and to perform twenty (20) hours extra police duties. 11:50 Arthur C. Crouch, (102-452), F 1c; returned on board from ten (10) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer 2:10 USS Perry CG stod in from sea and moored at regular berth Crew engaged in field day. Received stores as per invoices, from the Great A and P Tea Co. and Zims Baking Co. P.M. Pedersen Btsw

Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox - 11:00 Published Deck Court No two (2) in the case of Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox; who, while undergoing treatment, at US Marine Hospital No 20 at Savannah, Ga, was found under the influence of intoxicating liquor on or about August 13, 1932, and did fail to cooperate in his treatment while at said Hospital. Sentence: To lose twenty (20) Dollars of his pay and to perform twenty (20) hours extra police duties.

Arthur C. Crouch, (102-452), F 1c - returned on board from ten (10) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer

USS Perry CG - stod in from sea and moored at regular berth

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted Liberty to Port watch untill 8:00AM to Morrow. Performed routine Duties. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

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24 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone plus five. Carried out Morning orders. 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Published Deck Court No. 3, in the case of John W. Garthright, (105-786), WT 1c, for being absent without leave from 8:00AM 19 September, 1932, to 11:00PM 20 September, 1932, and being under the influence of an intoxicating liquor and incapacitated for the proper performance of duty on or about 21 September, 1932. Sentenced to be reduced to the next inferior rating, that of water tender, second class. Published Deck Court No. 4, in the case of George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c, for being absent without leave from 8:00AM 19 September, 1932, to 11:00PM 20 September, 1932, and being under the influence of an intoxicating liquor and incapacitated for the proper performance of duty on or about 21 September, 1932. Sentenced to be reduced to the next inferior rating, that of fireman, first class. - Published Deck Court No. 5, in the case of Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, for being absent without leave from 8:00AM 19 September, 1932, to 11:00PM 20 September, 1932, and being under the influence of an intoxicating liquor and incapacitated for the proper performance of duty on or about 21 September, 1932. - Sentenced to be reduced to the next inferior rating, that of seaman, second class. 10:30 Commanding Officer made weekly inspection of vessel. 11:00 Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, returned on board from twenty (20) days' leave of absence on account of sickness. 12:00 William DeVeny, (102-849), F 1c, left on ten (10) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 1:00 Granted liberty to starboard wathc until 9:00AM tomorrow. T.G. Miller, Ensign

John W. Garthright, (105-786), WT 1c - 10:00 Published Deck Court No. 3, in the case of John W. Garthright, (105-786), WT 1c, for being absent without leave from 8:00AM 19 September, 1932, to 11:00PM 20 September, 1932, and being under the influence of an intoxicating liquor and incapacitated for the proper performance of duty on or about 21 September, 1932. Sentenced to be reduced to the next inferior rating, that of water tender, second class.

George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c - Published Deck Court No. 4, in the case of George J. Fritz, (103-727), MM 2c, for being absent without leave from 8:00AM 19 September, 1932, to 11:00PM 20 September, 1932, and being under the influence of an intoxicating liquor and incapacitated for the proper performance of duty on or about 21 September, 1932. Sentenced to be reduced to the next inferior rating, that of fireman, first class.

Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c - Published Deck Court No. 5, in the case of Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 1c, for being absent without leave from 8:00AM 19 September, 1932, to 11:00PM 20 September, 1932, and being under the influence of an intoxicating liquor and incapacitated for the proper performance of duty on or about 21 September, 1932. - Sentenced to be reduced to the next inferior rating, that of seaman, second class.

Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c - returned on board from twenty (20) days' leave of absence on account of sickness.

William DeVeny, (102-849), F 1c - left on ten (10) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Ogilvie Waddell DeVeny TD Bennett Thomas Officers ah Ens Fahey Mach Southall


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25 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (5). 7:00 All hands - carried out regular Sunday morning routine. 9:00 All liberty party returned on time except Marion W. Wood, (111-286), WT 2c, and Manuel Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Marion W. Wood, (111-286), WT 2c - 9:00 All liberty party returned on time except Marion W. Wood, (111-286), WT 2c, and Manuel Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c.

Manuel Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c - 9:00 All liberty party returned on time except Marion W. Wood, (111-286), WT 2c, and Manuel Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:15, Marion W. Wood, (111-286), WT 2c, and Manuel Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c, absent over liberty reported aboard fifteen minutes late. 10:00, Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Observed Sunday 11:00, Charles S. Edelin, (103-193), Sea 1c, reported on board from nine (9) day leave of absence, expiring at noon this date Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from Southern Diaries, Miami Home Milk Producers and Florida Ice and Power Co. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

Marion W. Wood, (111-286), WT 2c - 9:15, Marion W. Wood, (111-286), WT 2c, and Manuel Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c, absent over liberty reported aboard fifteen minutes late.

Manuel Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c - 9:15, Marion W. Wood, (111-286), WT 2c, and Manuel Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c, absent over liberty reported aboard fifteen minutes late.

Charles S. Edelin, (103-193), Sea 1c - reported on board from nine (9) day leave of absence, expiring at noon this date

4:00PM to Midnight. Usual routine Chester McP Anderson Lieut


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port everglades florida

Lat 26.70, Long -80.00

al Ogilvie Waddell DeVeny TD Bennett Thomas Officers ah Ens. Fahey Mach. Southall


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26 September 1932

out of port everglades

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Fla. Time zone description, plus five. 5:30, Francis E Kirk, (105-855), Sea 1c, left ship under orders to report to Medical Officer-in-charge, US Marine Hospital #10, Key West, Florida, for inpatient treatment. Issued transportation request No T-748,487. 6:00, All hands. 6:30 Ships force carried out morning routine 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time 8:20, Received telephonic advice from Division Communication Center giving dispatches 6026 0115 and 6026 0735 from PERRY, for our information 8:35, Received dispatch from Comdr, Florida East Coast Patrol Area via telephone as follows: 6026 SS PROVIDENCE REPORTED ASHORE ON BAR AT WEST PALM BEACH PROCEED TO HER ASSISTANCE EXPEDITE 0830. * * 8:58 Underway; stood out of Port Everglades on various courses and speed. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Francis E Kirk, (105-855), Sea 1c - left ship under orders to report to Medical Officer-in-charge, US Marine Hospital #10, Key West, Florida, for inpatient treatment. Issued transportation request No T-748,487.

9:00AM to Meridian Standing out of Port Everglades on various courses and speed. 9:11 Port Everglades Entrance Buoy close aboard, streamed log reading 0, set course 20° pgc at 113 rpm. 9:12 Stopped Engine to work up on bearing on Main Engine. 9:16 Repairs completed, ahead at standard speed on course 20° pgc. 9:50 (5.7) Hillsboro Light four point on port bow. 10:00 (7.5) Hillsboro Light abeam to port, distance 1.8 Miles. 10:58 (16.6) Changed course to 4° pgc. 11:43 Reduced speed to 93 rpm and so to end. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 4° pgc; speed 93 rpm. 12:18 Reduced speed to 43 rpm and steered various courses approaching grounded vessel SS PROVIDENCE. 12:43 Hauled in log reading 34.6. 12:46 Anchored in seven (7) fathoms of water to 45 fathoms starboard chain. 1:03 Weighed anchor and underway to better anchorage for hauling operations on grounded vessel. 1:09 Anchored in five (5) fathoms water to 60 fathoms starboard chain on following bearings: Deserted hotel 332° pgc, Breaker hotel 186° pgc. 1:20 Held quarters for muster. 1:45 Port surfboat, Ensign T.G. Miller in charge, left vessel with messenger to stranded vessel. 2:40 Surfboat returned to ship having run 10" hawser to "SS PROVIDENCE. 2:42 Hoisted surfboat and commenced turning over main engine and hauling on stranded vessel, gradually working speed up to 95 rpm. * - And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

SS PROVIDENCE - steered various courses approaching grounded vessel SS PROVIDENCE.

Ensign T.G. Miller - 1:45 Port surfboat, Ensign T.G. Miller in charge, left vessel with messenger to stranded vessel.

SS PROVIDENCE - 2:40 Surfboat returned to ship having run 10" hawser to "SS PROVIDENCE.

*8:55, Harold F Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c left ship on five (5) days leave of absence on account of sickness, granted by Commanding Officer, to expire at noon, 2 October, 1932.

Harold F Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c - left ship on five (5) days leave of absence on account of sickness, granted by Commanding Officer, to expire at noon, 2 October, 1932.


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26 September 1932

"Continued"

4:00PM to 6:00PM. Anchored as in previous watch, pulling on steamer "Providence" of Baltimore, and so to end. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

steamer "Providence" - pulling on steamer "Providence" of Baltimore

6:00PM to 8:00PM. Anchored as before, pulling on s/s "Providence" as before at 90 rpm The Perry and Tug Laura have another line, towing in tandem. 7:00 Stopped pulling, and veered chain to 60 fathoms. Wind freshening and squally and so had s/s Providence cast off line and made preparations to stand out, on account of ten inch hawser, leading under quarter, after pulling, the same caused by wind against ebb tide Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

s/s "Providence" - pulling on s/s "Providence"

Perry - The Perry and Tug Laura have another line, towing in tandem.

Tug Laura - The Perry and Tug Laura have another line, towing in tandem.

s/s Providence - had s/s Providence cast off line

8:00PM to Midnight Aa before; preparing to get underway. 8:48 Anchor aweigh and underway on various courses and speeds 9:17 Set speed at 43 rpm. 9:20 Set course at 120° pgc. 9:35 Changed course to 90° pgc. 11:00 Changed course to 135° pgc. And so to end. - Issued 15 nightrations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign

* (Meridian to 4:00PM) Tug LAURA and patrol boat PERRY hauling in tandem on stranded vessel.

patrol boat PERRY - Tug LAURA and patrol boat PERRY hauling in tandem on stranded vessel.

Tug LAURA - Tug LAURA and patrol boat PERRY hauling in tandem on stranded vessel.

* The term of enlistment of Charles S Edelin (103-193), Sea 1c terminating this date, is extended until return of UNALGA to port.

Charles S Edelin (103-193), Sea 1c - The term of enlistment of Charles S Edelin (103-193), Sea 1c terminating this date, is extended until return of UNALGA to port.


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 26.80, Long -80.00

al Ogilvie Waddell DeVeny Asl Wheeler ah Kirk TD Thomas Bennett Officer ah Ens Fahey Mach Southall


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27 September 1932

one 1 mile east of lake worth entrance buoy

Lat 19.6, Long -70.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On Course 135° pgc at 43 rpm. 12:18 Changed Course to 180° pgc and so to end of watch. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

4:00AM to 8:00AM. 4:00, changed course to 210° pgc and increased speed to 103 rpm. 4:45, c/c to 180° pgc. 5:00 With LAKE WORTH ENTRANCE BUOY bearing 270°, distance 4.8 miles, reduced speed to 43 rpm to maintain position against current 6:20, Observed SS "Relief" approach grounded S/S "Providence" from southward. 6:23, Increased speed to 93 rpm and stood in towards wreck on course 260° pgc 6:52, With wreck bearing 270°, distance 2 miles, reduced speed and held position against current at 43 rpm. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

SS "Relief" - 6:20, Observed SS "Relief" approach grounded S/S "Providence" from southward.

S/S "Providence" - 6:20, Observed SS "Relief" approach grounded S/S "Providence" from southward.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 260° pgc; speed 43 rpm. 8:20 Stood in to position one (1) mile east of Lake Worth Inlet entrance buoy on course 260°. 8:30 Steered various courses at 43 rpm maintaining position approximately one (1) mile to eastward of Lake Worth Inlet entrance buoy; standing by to render any necessary assistance to SS "PROVIDENCE" or tug RELIEF. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign

SS "PROVIDENCE" - standing by to render any necessary assistance to SS "PROVIDENCE" or tug RELIEF.

tug RELIEF - standing by to render any necessary assistance to SS "PROVIDENCE" or tug RELIEF.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On various courses at 43 rpm. Keeping in position one (1) mile east of Lake Worth entrance buoy, standing by to assist tug "Relief" in floating SS Providence. 1:00 Quarters followed by Signal drill and Gun drill. 1:30 secured from Quarters. 3:45 Tug "Relief" floated SS Providence. 3:55 Increased speed to 108 rpm set course 172° pgc. streamed log reading 0 and so to end. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

tug "Relief" - standing by to assist tug "Relief" in floating SS Providence.

SS Providence - standing by to assist tug "Relief" in floating SS Providence.

Tug "Relief" - 3:45 Tug "Relief" floated SS Providence.

SS Providence - 3:45 Tug "Relief" floated SS Providence.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 172° pgc; speed 108 rpm. 4:21 Changed course to 180° pgc. 5:02 Changed course 190° pgc. 5:13 Changed course to 195° 5:45 Changed course to 190° pgc. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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27 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

(CONTINUED)

6:00PM to 8:00PM. 6:00, c/c to 187° pgc. 7:00, (33.6) c/c to 180° pgc. On 108 rpm throughout watch. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00PM to Midnight 8:00 Changed course to 198° pgc - Speed as before, 108 rpm. 8:20 (48.5) Hillsboro Light abeam to starboard, distant 3 miles, changed course to 194° pgc 9:00 Hauled in log reading (55.2) 9:26 Port Everglades entrance buoy close aboard to starboard, stood into Port Everglades on channel courses at various speeds. 9:44 Moored at regular berth in Port Everglades, Florida. 10:00 Granted liberty until 8:00AM tomorrow. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 25.8, Long -80.2

al Waddell DeVeny Asl Wheeler ah Kirk TD Bennett Thomas Officer ah Mach Southall Ens Fahey

oil: 28,759.08 - Fuel oil Received 28,759.08 Expended 1,562.08 On hand 47,910


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28 September 1932

miami sea buoy close aboard to port

Lat 25.8, Long -80.2

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before, at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (+5). 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. 8:10 Commenced winding ship. 8:35 Finished winding ship and moored starboard side to dock 8:40 Reedal H. Ogilvie, (216-200), RM 2c, returned from five (5) days' leave of absence; he having previously reported at 12:55, 27 September, 1932 at Base Six. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Reedal H. Ogilvie, (216-200), RM 2c - returned from five (5) days' leave of absence; he having previously reported at 12:55, 27 September, 1932 at Base Six.

9:00AM to Meridian Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. Lawrence J. Floyd, (103-577), F 1c; left vessel for inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital at Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 9:10 Unmoored ship and stood out to sea on various courses and speeds, bound for Miami, Florida, for Fuel Oil. 9:21 Port Everglades entrance buoy close aboard to port, set course 177° pgc, speed at 108 rpm. streamed log reading 55.1. 9:35 Quarters followed by general quarters. 9:44 Secured from General Quarters. 9:46:30 Sounded fire quarters. 9:47:30 First water 9:48 All streams. 9:49 Secured from fire drill. 9:51:20 Sounded Collision Quarters. 9:54:30 Mat in place. 9:55 Secured from all drills. 10:03:30 Man overboard drill, Man overboard on port side, swinging left on full left rudder, life boat manned and lowered to rail. 10:08 Full astern on engine. 10:09 Stopped engine, lowered life boat in water and same left ship. 10:12:30 Buoy recovered. 10:16 Life boat returned to ship, hoisted same and proceeded on course 177° pgc at 108 rpm. 11:25 Hauled in log reading 73.2. 11:41. Miami Sea buoy close aboard to port, standing in Miami Channel on various courses and speeds and so to end of watch. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Lawrence J. Floyd, (103-577), F 1c - left vessel for inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital at Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On channel courses at various speeds standing into Miami Harbor. 12:28 Moored at Belcher Oil Company's Dock No. 1 in Miami, Florida. 12:50 Commenced fueling, draft forward 11 ft., aft 14 ft. 6 in. - 1:35 Finished fueling having received 28,759 gallons Bunker "C" fuel oil from the Belcher Oil Company. Draft forward

oil: 28,759 gallons - 1:35 Finished fueling having received 28,759 gallons Bunker "C" fuel oil from the Belcher Oil Company.


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28 September 1932

port everglades entrance buoy close aboard

Lat 19.6, Long -70.2

Meridian to 4:00PM. (continued) 12 ft., 9 in., aft, 14 ft., 8 in. 2:23 Unmoored and stood down Miami Channel seaward at various speeds. 2:57 Miami Entrance buoy close aboard to starboard, changed course to 15° pgc, streamed log reading 73.2, set standard speed at 103 rpm. 3:05 (75.3) Changed course to 5° pgc. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

4:00PM to Midnight On course 5° pgc at 103 rpm. 4:30, Hauled in log reading (89.5). 4:44, PORT EVERGLADES ENTRANCE BUOY close aboard. Stood into Bay Mabel on main channel course on various speed 5:01 Moored to regular berth, Hollywood Pier, Port Everglades. 5:30, Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00am, tomorrow. The enlistment of Charles S. Edelin, (103-193), Sea 1c, extended on 26 September, 1932, until return of UNALGA to port, is further extended until tomorrow at which time administrative offices will be open. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Charles S. Edelin, (103-193), Sea 1c - The enlistment of Charles S. Edelin, (103-193), Sea 1c, extended on 26 September, 1932, until return of UNALGA to port, is further extended until tomorrow at which time administrative offices will be open.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al De Veny Asl Wheeler ah Kirk Floyd TD Bennett Thomas


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29 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. 6:00 All hands. 6:30 Ships force carried out morning orders. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time 8:00, Held boat drill for third division. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by Resuscitation drill. 9:55 USS Perry CG left berth and stood out to sea. 10:20 George H. Waddell, Jr, (110-652), EM 1c; updated on board from fifteen (15) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer. 12:03 USS Perry CG stod in from Sea and Moored at her regular berth. 1:00 Honorably discharged, upon expiration as full term of enlistment and extension thereof, Charles S. Edelin, (103-193), Sea 1c; Issued honorable Discharge No A-31351. Paid in full on voucher No. 82. 3:30 Ensign E.E. Fahey reported on board from inpatient treatment at US Public Health Hospital, at Key West, Florida. Crew ingaged in cleaning quadrant room, scrubbing paint work and variously employed about deck. Recieved Commissary Stores as per invoices from the great A and P tea Co. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

USS Perry CG - left berth and stood out to sea.

George H. Waddell, Jr, (110-652), EM 1c - updated on board from fifteen (15) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer.

USS Perry CG - stod in from Sea and Moored at her regular berth.

Charles S. Edelin, (103-193), Sea 1c - 1:00 Honorably discharged, upon expiration as full term of enlistment and extension thereof, Charles S. Edelin, (103-193), Sea 1c; Issued honorable Discharge No A-31351. Paid in full on voucher No. 82.

Ensign E.E. Fahey - reported on board from inpatient treatment at US Public Health Hospital, at Key West, Florida.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30 Granted liberty to Port Watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 5:20 William Prichett, (108-561), Sea 2c; left vessel on one (1) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer. Routine Duties performed. 6:13 USS Perry CG left dock and stood out to sea. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw.

William Prichett, (108-561), Sea 2c - left vessel on one (1) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al De Veny Pritchett Asl Wheeler ah Kirk Floyd TD Bennett Thomas Off ah Mach Southall


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30 September 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone plus five (5). Carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time, held boat drill for special ratings. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Conducted monthly and fortnightly smokeless powder tests; tested magazine flood cocks and franklyn lifebuoys; conditions satisfactory. 9:30 Held quarters followed by infantry drill on shore and signal drill. 10:15 Sounded alarm to abandon ship (stations) - 10:30 All boats ready for lowering. 11:00 Ensign E.E. Fahey left on thirty (30) days' leave of absence on account of sickness granted by Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area. Charles S. Edelin, (103-193), Sea 1c, reenlisted this date in the regular establishment for a period of two (2) years. 2:00 Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c, left on seven (7) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 2:50 Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c, brought back to ship; having been injured in a motorcycle accident. He was treated by the ship's pharmacist's mate for abrasions and contusions. 3:00 Max L. Smith, (109-700), CC Std, left on seven (7) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 3:30 Edward E. Brown, (101-348), CM 1c, left on seven (7) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Crew engaged in regular field-day routine preparing vessel of weekly inspection. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from The Great A&P Tea Co., and from the Table Supply Co. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Ensign E.E. Fahey - left on thirty (30) days' leave of absence on account of sickness granted by Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area.

Charles S. Edelin, (103-193), Sea 1c - reenlisted this date in the regular establishment for a period of two (2) years.

Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c - left on seven (7) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c - brought back to ship; having been injured in a motorcycle accident. He was treated by the ship's pharmacist's mate for abrasions and contusions.

Max L. Smith, (109-700), CC Std - left on seven (7) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Edward E. Brown, (101-348), CM 1c - left on seven (7) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 9:45 William Pritchett, (108-561), Sea 2c, returned from one (1) day's leave of absence. T.G. Miller, Ensign

William Pritchett, (108-561), Sea 2c - returned from one (1) day's leave of absence.


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Leo C. Mueller Commander - 1101 SE 6th St. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Lynne G Mueller - wife - Phone 485W

John P. Crowley Lieutenant - 1126 SE 7TH St. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Hazel P. Crowley, wife - Phone 431-J

Chester M. Anderson Lieutenant - 511 SE 9th Ave. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Helen M. Anderson - wife

Edmund E. Fahey Ensign - Resides Aboard Mrs. Grace E. Fahey - wife.

True G. Miller Ensign - Resides Aboard Mrs. Margaret Miller, mother - 2500 Elm Ave; Long Beach, Calif.

Willard L. Jones Chief Machinist -

Peder M Pedersen Boatswain - 708 SE 6th Court - Fr. Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Grace Pedersen - wife

Leonard S. Southall Machinist - 704 SE 6th Court - Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Leona Southall - wife

Philip A. Krugler Pay Clerk (T) - 328 SW 20th St., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Mary A. Krugler - wife


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LOGS FOR OCTOBER 1932


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port everglades florida

Lat 26.13, Long -80.07

al M.L. Smith Peyton De Veny E.E. Brown ah Kirk Floyd TD Bennett Thomas Officers Asl Ens Fahey ah Mach Southall


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1 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five (5). 6:00 Called all hands and carried out routine duties preparing for Commanding Officer's inspection. 7:40 Howard F. Wheeler, (110-930), F 1c, returned from four (4) day's leave of absence on account of sickness. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time except Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, who returned on board at 8:35. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Howard F. Wheeler, (110-930), F 1c - returned from four (4) day's leave of absence on account of sickness.

Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c - 8:00 All liberty party returned on time except Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, who returned on board at 8:35.

9:00AM to Meridian Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Making preparations to proceed to sea. Received Commissary stores, as per invoice, from Zims Bakery. 10:00, Officers and men received their monthly money for the month of September, 1932. 10:45, Henry T Harllee, (201-053), Sea 1c, left ship on five (5) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer. under authority of Article 519, Regulations, to expire before noon, 7 - October, 1932. Arthur C. Crouch, (102-452) F 1c, William Pritchett, (108-561), Sea 2c, and William G. Stewart, (260-077), Sea 2c detailed as messmen for the month of October, 1932, relieving the September detail. Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c, transferred to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with letter, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, Sept. 28, 1932 (73-701). DISHONORABLY DISCHARGED Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, in accordance with sentence of a Summary Court (#4569), as approved by the Department on 21 September, 1932, letter of Headquarter's dated Sept. 21, 1932 (73) Paid on voucher such pay as due under sentence. 11:32. Unmoored and underway. Stood out of Port Everglades on various main channel courses and bells for purpose of carrying out scheduled patrol. 11:47, PORT EVERGLADES ENTRANCE BUOY abeam, close aboard. Set course 20° pgc at 93 rpm. 12:00 Streamed log, reading (90.0), and reduced speed to 78 rpm. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

Henry T Harllee, (201-053), Sea 1c - left ship on five (5) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer. under authority of Article 519, Regulations, to expire before noon, 7 - October, 1932.

William Pritchett, (108-561), Sea 2c - Arthur C. Crouch, (102-452) F 1c, William Pritchett, (108-561), Sea 2c, and William G. Stewart, (260-077), Sea 2c detailed as messmen for the month of October, 1932, relieving the September detail.

Arthur C. Crouch, (102-452) F 1c - Arthur C. Crouch, (102-452) F 1c, William Pritchett, (108-561), Sea 2c, and William G. Stewart, (260-077), Sea 2c detailed as messmen for the month of October, 1932, relieving the September detail.

William G. Stewart, (260-077), Sea 2c - Arthur C. Crouch, (102-452) F 1c, William Pritchett, (108-561), Sea 2c, and William G. Stewart, (260-077), Sea 2c detailed as messmen for the month of October, 1932, relieving the September detail.

Howard F. Wheeler, (110-939), F 1c - transferred to Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in accordance with letter, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, Sept. 28, 1932 (73-701).

Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c - DISHONORABLY DISCHARGED Corliss L. Fitzgerald, (103-534), Y 2c, in accordance with sentence of a Summary Court (#4569), as approved by the Department on 21 September, 1932, letter of Headquarter's dated Sept. 21, 1932 (73) Paid on voucher such pay as due under sentence.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 20° pgc at 78 rpm. 12:52 (97.0) Hillsboro Light House abeam, distance 2.5 Miles, changed course to 7° pgc. 1:00 Commanding Officer inspected vessel throughout. Watch end on course 7° pgc. P.M. Pedersen Btsw


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1 October 1932

jupiter inlet light abeam distance 32 miles

Lat 13.9, Long -61.0

4:00PM to 6:00PM. 4:00 * Changed course to 0° pgc; speed 78 rpm. 5:37 (34.8) Changed course to 343° pgc; and so to end. - *(22.0). T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 343° pgc at 78 rpm. 6:21, (41.7) JUPITER INLET LIGHT abeam, distance 3.2 miles; c/c to 354° pgc. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00PM to Midnight On course 354° pgc at 78 rpm. 9:35 (67.7) St Lucie Shoal gas buoy abeam to port, distance 3.5 Miles and so ends the watch. Issued fifteen (15) night rations to engineer force. P.M. Pedersen Btsw


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at sea straits of florida

Lat 29.10, Long -80.75

al M.L. Smith Peyton De Veny E.E. Brown Harllee ah Kirk Floyd TD Bennett Thomas Officers ah Mach Southall Al Ens Fahey


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2 October 1932

ponce de leon light bore 268 pgc distant 7 miles

Lat 51.2, Long 1.4

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 354° pgc; speed 78 rpm. 12:12 (88.2) Bethel Shoal lighted whistle buoy abeam to port distant 3 miles; changed course to 350° pgc. 2:00 (102.5) Changed course to 357° pgc. 3:10 Changed course to 0° pgc (11.9). And so to end. Time zone description plus five (5). T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 0° pgc at 78 rpm. 4:30 (22.6), c/c to 347° pgc. 7:00, All hands; ship's force carried out Sunday morning routine 7:21, (47.7), HETZEL SHOAL BUOY bearing 270°, dist. 4.5 miles; c/c to 317° pgc. 7:47, (50.2) HETZEL SHOAL BUOY abeam, distance 3.4 miles. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 317° pgc at 78 rpm. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 11:00 Sighted Ponce de Leon Light House bearing 288° pgc. This date extended the enlistment of George H. Waddell, Jr, (110-652), EM 1c; pending arrival of vessel in port. Authority, Article 4452 personnel instructions. Watch ends on course 317° pgc. crew observing the Sabbath. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

George H. Waddell, Jr, (110-652), EM 1c - This date extended the enlistment of George H. Waddell, Jr, (110-652), EM 1c; pending arrival of vessel in port. Authority, Article 4452 personnel instructions.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 317° pgc; speed 78 rpm. 12:27 (90.8) Ponce De Leon lighthouse abeam to port distant 7 miles. 1:00 (94.2) Changed course to 270° pgc. 1:22 (97.3) Changed course to 150° pgc. 2:16 (104.2) Ponce De Leon lighthouse abeam to starboard distant 5 miles; changed course to 90° pgc. - And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 90° pgc at 78 rpm. 5:40 (31.5) changed course to 180° pgc. 5:40 (31.5) changed course to 272 pgc and so to end. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

6:00PM to 8:00PM On course 272° pgc throughout. 7:00, Reduced speed to 43 rpm and hauled in log reading 42.8. 7:47, PONCE DE LEON LIGHT bore 270°, distance 18.5 miles. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 272° pgc; speed 43 rpm. 10:19 Ponce De Leon light bore 268° pgc; distant 7 miles. Changed coursse to 90° pgc. And so to end. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 28.70, Long -80.32

Al M.L. Smith Peyton De Veny E.E. Brown Harllee ah Kirk Floyd TD Bennett Thomas Officers Asl Ens. Fahey ah Mach Southall


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3 October 1932

hetzel shoal gas buoy abeam distance 4 miles

Lat 43.7, Long 7.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On Course 90° pgc at 43 rpm. 3:00 Changed course to 269° pgc. And so to end of watch. P.M. Pedersen. Btsw.

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 269° pgc at 43 rpm. 6:00 All hands; ship's force carried out regular morning routine 7:47, Changed course to 132° pgc and increased speed to 78 rpm; streamed log, set at (42.8). Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 132° pgc; speed 78 rpm. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. And so throughout watch. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. 12:00 (78.1) Hetzel Shoal gas buoy abeam, distance 4 Miles changed course 171° pgc. 1:00 Held quarters. 1:03 Held Man overboard drill, hauled in log reading 85.9, swung ship under full right rudder, manned starboard life boat and lowered same to rail. 1:07 stopped engine and went full astern on same. 1:08 Stopped engine and lowered boat in water, same left ship. 1:10 Buoy recovered. 1:12 Boat returned to ship, hoisted and secured same. 1:18 Standard speed ahead on course 171 pgc. 1:20 Sounded General Quarters. 1:30 secured from general quarters. 1:31, Sounded fire alarm. 1:31 first water. 1:32 All streams. 1:35 secured from fire drill. 1:38, Sounded Collision quarters, Collision amidship starboard side, stopped engine. 1:44 Mat in place. 1:48 Secured from Collision drill. Standard speed ahead on course 171 pgc. 1:50 Piped down from all drills. 1:53 streamed log reading 85.9. Watch ends on course 171° pgc at 78 rpm. Crew engaged in painting on spar deck, sewing canvas and variously employed about deck. This date extended the enlistment of Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c; pending arrival of vessel in port. Authority, Article 4452 Personnel Instructions. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c - This date extended the enlistment of Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c; pending arrival of vessel in port. Authority, Article 4452 Personnel Instructions.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 171° pgc; speed 78 rpm throughout watch. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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3 October 1932

st lucies shoal gas buoy abeam to starboard distance 4 miles

Lat 13.9, Long 112.4

(CONTINUED)

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 171° pgc at 78 rpm. 7:14 (31.6) BETHEL SHOAL LIGHTED BUOY abeam, distance 3.7 miles; changed course to 189° pgc. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight. On course 189° pgc at 78 rpm. 9:00 (46.2) Sighted Lucies Shoal gas buoy bearing 190° pgc changed course to 175° pgc. 10:10 (56.0) St. Lucies Shoal gas buoy abeam to starboard, distance 4 Miles, changed course to 171 pgc and reduced speed to 43 rpm. (5 knots per hour) And so ends the watch. Issued fifteen (15) night rations to engineer force. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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at sea straits of florida

Lat 26.32, Long -80.03

Al M.L. Smith Peyton E.E. Brown De Veny Harllee ah Kirk Floyd TD Bennett Thomas Officers Asl Ens Fahey ah Mach Southall


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4 October 1932

hillsboro inlet light house abeam to port distant 23 miles

Lat 70.6, Long 32.6

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 171° pgc; speed 43 rpm. Time zone description plus five. 2:10 (71.6) Changed course to 180° pgc. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 180° pgc at 43 rpm. 4:10 (80.0) changed course to 171° pgc. 5:36, (86.5) JUPITER INLET LIGHT abeam, distance 3.7 miles; changed course to 167° pgc. 6:00 Increased speed to 78 rpm. 6:00 All hands. Ship's force carried out morning routine 6:30, (92.2) changed course to 180° pgc. 7:35 (99.7) LAKE WORTH INLET BUOY abeam, distance 2.2 miles. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian On course 180° pgc at 78 rpm. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 9:19 (14.2) changed course to 189° pgc 11:00 (29.2) Changed course to 185° pgc and so to end of watch. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 185° pgc; speed 78 rpm. 12:37 (42.6) Hillsboro Inlet light house abeam to port distant 2.3 miles. 1:00 Held quarters followed by gun and signal drills. 1:09 Sounded signal for all hands to abandon ship. Stopped - hauled in log reading 47.8. 1:24 All boats in the water. Held boat drill. * 2:25 All boats hoisted and ship underway on course 182° pgc; speed 78 rpm. 2:30 Streamed log reading 47.8. And so to end. - *One (1) life jacket lost over board during drill and not recovered. Commanding Officer and 7 men remained on board during drill. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM 4:00 (59.6) changed course to 185° pgc standard speed 78 rpm. And so to end of watch. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 185° pgc at 78 rpm throughout. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00PM to Midnight. On course 185° pgc; speed 78 rpm. 8:20 (96.2) Changed course to 180° pgc. 9:55 (9.2) Changed course to 133° pgc. 10:35 (14.2) Changed course to 205° pgc. 11:00 Reduced speed to 43 rpm. Continued on various courses and speeds throughout watch maintaining position 5 miles east of Fowey Rocks light. 11:23 Hauled in log reading 18.8 - Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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at sea florida straits

Lat 25.05, Long -80.03

* Log foul. (7.8) for hour

Al M.L. Smith Peyton E.E. Brown De Veny Harllee ah Kirk Floyd TD Bennett Thomas Officers Asl Ens. Fahey ah Mach Southall


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5 October 1932

five miles east of fowey rocks light

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 4:00AM. On variosu courses and at various speeds, maintaining a position five Miles east of Fowey Rock Light, and so ends the watch. Time zone description plus five. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

4:00AM to 8:00AM Steaming as before on various courses to maintain a position five miles east of FOWEY ROCKS LIGHT, against Gulf Stream, at 33 rpm. 6:00, Increased speed to 78 rpm and set course 200° pgc and streamed the log set at 18.8. 6:00, All hands; ships force carried out morning routine 6:33, (23.0), FOWEY ROCKS LIGHTHOUSE abeam, distance 3.0 miles; changed course to 188° pgc. 7:45, (32.6); changed course to 202° pgc. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 202° pgc; speed 78 rpm. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. 8:52 (41.8) Changed course to 120° pgc. 9:08 (44) Changed course 209° pgc. * 10:42 (56.3) Changed course to 206° pgc. 11:30 Changed course to 220° pgc; The Elbow abeam. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 220° pgc at 78 rpm. 12:42 (72.5) Molasses Reef light abeam to starboard, distance two (2) Miles, Changed course to 234 pgc. 1:00 Held quarters followed by Signal and Resuscitation drill. 1:30 Piped down from drills. 1:53 (80.1) Changed course to 48° pgc. (Alligator Reef Light bearing 254° pgc and Hen and Chickens Reef Light bearing 315° pgc) 3:12 (89.3) Molasses Reef Light abeam to port, distance 1.5 Miles, changed course to 40° pgc and so ends the watch. This date extended the enlistment of William B. DeVeny, (102-488), F 1c; pending arrival of vessel in port. Authority, Article 4452, Personnel Instructions. Crew scrubbing paint work, sewing canvas and variously employed about deck. P.M. Pedersen Btsw

William B. DeVeny, (102-488), F 1c - This date extended the enlistment of William B. DeVeny, (102-488), F 1c; pending arrival of vessel in port. Authority, Article 4452, Personnel Instructions.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 40° pgc; speed 78 rpm. 4:26 Increased speed to 108 rpm. * 4:32 (98.5) Changed course to 33° pgc. 5:08 (104.5) Carysfort Reef lighthouse abeam to port distant two (2) miles; changed course to 36° pgc. 6:00 (13.6) Pacific Reef lighthouse abeam to port distant 5 miles; changed course to 15° pgc. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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5 October 1932

five 5 miles east of fowey rock light

Lat 43.7, Long 48.5

6:00PM to 8:00PM On course 15° pgc at 108 rpm. 6:40, Reduced speed to 43 rpm on receipt of dispatch (6005-1820) from Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area to effect that force of Base 20 would handle search for reported derelict. 7:39 (25.4) FOWEY ROCKS LIGHT abeam, distance 4.0; changed course to 180° pgc, and heading into Gulf Stream, maintaining position against current; hauled in log. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00PM to Midnight. On various courses and at various speeds, maintaining a position five (5) Miles east of Fowey Rock Light and so to end of watch. Issued fifteen (15) night rations to engineer force. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

* proceeding in search of derelict reported sighted on 1 October, 1932, in latitude 27° 41' N, longitude 79° 51'W. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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at sea straits of florida

Lat 27.45, Long -79.33

Al M.L. Smith Peyton E.E. Brown De Veny Harllee ah Kirk Floyd TD Bennett Thomas Officers Asl Ens. Fahey ah Mach Southall


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6 October 1932

into bay mabel

Lat 26.03, Long -80.07

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 175° pgc; speed 33 rpm. Time zone description plus five. 3:00 Increased speed to 43 rpm. And so to end - Maintained position 5 miles east of Fowey Rocks light throughout watch. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 175 at 43 rpm; maintaining position with FOWEY ROCK LIGHT bearing 270°, distance five miles 4:15 Reduced speed to 38 rpm. 6:00 Increased speed to 78 rpm and set course 186° pgc. Streamed log reading (25.4). All hands; ship's force carried out morning orders. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 106° pgc at 78 rpm. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 9:15 (53.5) Sighted Gun Key Light House bearing 103° pgc, changed course to 103° pgc, changed course to 103° pgc. 10:00 (59.7) Changed course to 180° pgc. 10:35 (45.6) Gun Key Light House abeam to port, distance 5.5 Miles, Changed course to 158° pgc. 12:00 (76.4) Changed course to 285° pgc and increased speed to 108 rpm in compliance with Radio Message from Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area 6006-1130. And so to end. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 285° pgc; speed 108 rpm proceeding to search for tree trunk as directed in dispatch 6006-1130 from Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area. 1:00 Held quarters followed by infantry drill on board, pistol drill and preliminary instruction for small arms target practice 3:35 (16.3) Changed course to 321° pgc. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 321° pgc at 108 rpm searching for tree trunk as in previous watch. 4:01 (20.2) Changed course to 0° pgc 5:12 Sighted tree trunk in Lat 26°02'30"N and 80°04'30W, hauled in log reading 33.0, and prepared to take same in tow. 4:30 Line made fast to trunk. 5:33 Ahead with same in tow on course 350° pgc at two third speed and so to end of watch. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 350° pgc at two thirds speed towing derelict tree. 6:03, PORT EVERGLADES ENTRANCE BUOY close aboard. Stood into Bay Mabel on main channel course at various speeds. 6:32 Moored with port bow against outer face


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6 October 1932

port everglades entrance buoy close aboard

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

of north berth, Port Everglades. Hauled derelict tree to shallow water north of slip and beached same there, furnishing lines to shore as preventers. 7:02, CG812 reported to assist. 7:06, Unmoored and underway, stood out of Port Everglades, via main channel, at various speeds *. 7:22, PORT EVERGLADES ENTRANCE BUOY close aboard; Set course at 170° pgc and speed at 43 rpm. *to resume cruise Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

CG812 - reported to assist.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 170° pgc; speed 43 rpm. 10:25 Changed course to 180° pgc. And so to end. - Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 25.78, Long -80.18

* Log in and out. * Log Foul.

Al M.L. Smith Peyton E.E. Brown ah Kirk Floyd TD Bennett Thomas Asl Ens. Fahey ah Mach Southall

oil: 12367.74 - Fuel oil Received 12367.74 Expended 1603.74 On hand 47388.


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7 October 1932

legare anchorage

Lat 25.8, Long -80.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 180° pgc at 43 rpm. Time zone description plus five. 2:15 Miami Entrance Buoy abeam to starboard, distance 3.8 Miles. 3:30 changed course to 166° pgc and so to end. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 166° pgc at 43 rpm. 5:07, changed course to 180° pgc. 6:00, changed course to 260° pgc; increased speed to 93 rpm and streamed log set at 33.5. 6:21, (36.8), FOWEY ROCKS LIGHTHOUSE bore 270°, distance 1.5 miles; changed course to 183 pgc. 6:45, Observed a small dark charter type boat in LEGARE ANCHORAGE and of apparent size of vessel reported overdue in dispatch 6006-2105, from Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area. 6:50 Stood in towards reefs on various courses and speeds and noted that boat in anchorage was painted grey - charter type, approximately 30 ft long and had black awning and pilot house with three windows. Could not approach close enough to ascertain name. 7:07, took in log reading 43.3. 7:27, Stopped, drifting. 7:27, After noting no apparent distress aboard boat, proceeded away from reefs on course 135° pgc and streamed log set at 43.3. 7:37, (44.7) changed course to 200° pgc. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian. On course 200° pgc; speed 93 rpm. 8:15 (51.0) Changed course to 189° pgc. 8:40 (55.0) Changed course to 14° pgc. 9:39 (63.0) Reduced speed to 78 rpm. 10:17 (67.0) Changed course to 1° pgc. Fowey Rock light abeam to port distant 1 1/2 mile. 10:50 (70.2) Increased speed to 93 rpm, changed course to 352° pgc. 11:00 Held quarters and signal drill. 11:05 Changed course to 0° pgc. 11:29 (74.8) Hauled in log. Steered various courses and speeds into Miami Channel. * T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. 12:06 Moored to Belcher Oil Co. dock at Miami, Florida. Draft of vessel 14'00" Aft. 11'7" forward. 1:02 Commenced fueling. 1:48 Finished fueling, amount received 12,367.74 gallons of grade A fuel oil, draft after fueling 14'3" Aft 12'6" forward. 2:24 Unmoored ship and stod down Miami Channel and out to sea on various courses and speeds. 3:05 Miami sea buoy close aboard to starboard, set course 8° pgc, streamed log reading 75.0, and so ends the watch P.M. Pedersen Btsw

oil: 12,367.74 gallons - 1:48 Finished fueling, amount received 12,367.74 gallons of grade A fuel oil

4:00PM to Midnight On course 8° pgc at 108 rpm 4:55, (92.6) changed course to 345° pgc. 5:07, (94.6) PORT EVERGLADES ENTRANCE BUOY close aboard; hauled in log; stood into Bay Mabel on various courses and speeds. 5:23, Moored


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7 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

4:00PM to Midnight (CONTINUED) to Hollywood Pier, Port Everglades, Florida. 5:30, William B DeVeny, (102-849), F 1c reported on board from leave of absence, having previously reported on time, at the expiration thereof at 10:20am, 5 October, 1932, to the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, who assigned him to temporary duty at Section Base Six, pending return of UNALGA to port. 5:35, Honorably discharged Paul Peplinski, (104-684), as Boatswains Mate, First class, upon completion of full term of enlistment and extension thereof. Issued Honorable discharge No A-31353 and paid him on voucher. 5:35, Honorably discharged George Henry Waddell, Jr., (110-652), as Electrician's Mate, First Class, upon completion of full term of enlistment and extension thereof. Issued Honorable discharge No A31352 and paid him on voucher. 5:40, This date extended enlistment of William B DeVeny, (102-849) F 1c; until tomorrow to await opening of administrative offices to accomplish his discharge 5:45, Granted liberty to Port Watch, to expire at 8:00AM tomorrow 5:45, Secured No 2. Boiler. 5:55, Henry T Harlee, (201-053) Sea 1c, reported on board from leave of absence, expiring at noon this date Harlee stated he awaited the arrival of the UNALGA until 2:30pm and then, at about 3:00pm he reported at Section Base Six and was directed to report upon the return of the ship to port. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

William B DeVeny, (102-849), F 1c - reported on board from leave of absence, having previously reported on time, at the expiration thereof at 10:20am, 5 October, 1932, to the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, who assigned him to temporary duty at Section Base Six, pending return of UNALGA to port.

Paul Peplinski, (104-684) - 5:35, Honorably discharged Paul Peplinski, (104-684), as Boatswains Mate, First class, upon completion of full term of enlistment and extension thereof. Issued Honorable discharge No A-31353 and paid him on voucher.

George Henry Waddell, Jr., (110-652) - 5:35, Honorably discharged George Henry Waddell, Jr., (110-652), as Electrician's Mate, First Class, upon completion of full term of enlistment and extension thereof. Issued Honorable discharge No A31352 and paid him on voucher.

William B DeVeny, (102-849) F 1c - 5:40, This date extended enlistment of William B DeVeny, (102-849) F 1c; until tomorrow to await opening of administrative offices to accomplish his discharge

Henry T Harlee, (201-053) Sea 1c - reported on board from leave of absence, expiring at noon this date Harlee stated he awaited the arrival of the UNALGA until 2:30pm and then, at about 3:00pm he reported at Section Base Six and was directed to report upon the return of the ship to port.

*Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flood cocks and tested Franklin life buoys - conditions satisfactory. Commanding Officer held mast in case of Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, for being absent without leave on 1 October, 1932, from 8:00am, to 8:35am, a period of 35 minutes. Awarded three (3) days' restriction and five (5) hours' extra duty T.G. Miller

Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c - Commanding Officer held mast in case of Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, for being absent without leave on 1 October, 1932, from 8:00am, to 8:35am, a period of 35 minutes. Awarded three (3) days' restriction and five (5) hours' extra duty


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Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

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8 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida Time zone description, plus five. 6:00, All hands. 6:30, Ship's force carried out morning orders. Held boat drill. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time except William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 2c and William G. Stewart, (200-077), Sea 2c, Messmen, respectively, who failed to return upon expiration of messman's liberty, not having reported until 7:45am, George J. Fritz, (103-727), Fireman 1c, found absent without leave from proper authority at this hour. 8:00, Commenced winding ship. 8:50, Completed winding ship. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 2c - 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time except William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 2c and William G. Stewart, (200-077), Sea 2c, Messmen, respectively, who failed to return upon expiration of messman's liberty, not having reported until 7:45am

William G. Stewart, (200-077), Sea 2c - 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time except William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 2c and William G. Stewart, (200-077), Sea 2c, Messmen, respectively, who failed to return upon expiration of messman's liberty, not having reported until 7:45am

George J. Fritz, (103-727), Fireman 1c - found absent without leave from proper authority at this hour

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 10:30 Held general Muster followed by inspection of ship by Commanding Officer 11:00 William B. De Veny (102-849), F 1c; was this date honorably discharged from the Regular Establishment, and extension thereof of four (4) days. (vessel at sea). Issued Honorable discharge No. A-31354. Authority, Article 4452 Personnel Instructions. 11:00 The following named men this date reenlisted in the Regular Establishment for a period of two (2) years, Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c; and George Henry Waddell, Jr. (110-652), EM 1c; Authority, Article 322 Regulations. 11:05 Max L. Smith, (109-700), CC Std; returned on board from seven (7) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer. 11:30 Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c; reported on board for duty from Section Base Six (6) in accordance with Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, letter dated October 6 - 1932 (73-701). 11:30 Edward E. Brown, (101-348), CM 1c, reported on board from seven (7) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 11:31 Lawrence J. Floyd (103-577), F 1c; reported on board from inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital at Fort Lauderdale, Florida, having previously reported at Section Base Six (6). 11:32 Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c; reported on board from seven (7) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 12:53 Henry J. Nicks, Jr. (216-114), Sea 1c; Reported on board for duty from Section Base Six (6) Reference, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, letter of October 7 - 1932. (73-701). 1:25 Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c; left vessel on three (3) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer.

William B. De Veny (102-849), F 1c - was this date honorably discharged from the Regular Establishment, and extension thereof of four (4) days. (vessel at sea). Issued Honorable discharge No. A-31354. Authority, Article 4452 Personnel Instructions.

Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c - 11:00 The following named men this date reenlisted in the Regular Establishment for a period of two (2) years, Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c; and George Henry Waddell, Jr. (110-652), EM 1c; Authority, Article 322 Regulations.

George Henry Waddell, Jr. (110-652), EM 1c - 11:00 The following named men this date reenlisted in the Regular Establishment for a period of two (2) years, Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c; and George Henry Waddell, Jr. (110-652), EM 1c; Authority, Article 322 Regulations.

Max L. Smith, (109-700), CC Std - returned on board from seven (7) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer.

Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c - reported on board for duty from Section Base Six (6) in accordance with Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, letter dated October 6 - 1932 (73-701).

Edward E. Brown, (101-348), CM 1c - reported on board from seven (7) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Lawrence J. Floyd (103-577), F 1c - reported on board from inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital at Fort Lauderdale, Florida, having previously reported at Section Base Six (6).

Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c - reported on board from seven (7) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Henry J. Nicks, Jr. (216-114), Sea 1c - Reported on board for duty from Section Base Six (6) Reference, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, letter of October 7 - 1932. (73-701).

Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c - left vessel on three (3) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer.

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8 October 1932

9:00AM to 4:00PM (continued) 1:30 Paul T. Kennedy (105-608), BM 1c; left vessel on seven (7) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 1:30 Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c; left vessel on seven (7) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. The following named men were this date advanced in Rating as indicated Jessie M. Moore, (107-476), from Sea 2c, to Sea 1c; William H. La Grange, (204-075), from Sea 2c, to Sea 1c; William Pritchett, (108-561), from Sea 2c to Sea 1c; Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146), from AS to Sea 2c; and Bernard Gearheart, (201-229), from F 3c, to F 2c; Authority, Letter of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, dated October 3 - 1932. Received * Stores as per Invoices from the Great A and P Tea Company and from Miami Home Milk Producers Association. *commissary P.M. Pedersen Btsw

Paul T. Kennedy (105-608), BM 1c - left vessel on seven (7) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c - left vessel on seven (7) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Jessie M. Moore, (107-476) - The following named men were this date advanced in Rating as indicated Jessie M. Moore, (107-476), from Sea 2c, to Sea 1c; William H. La Grange, (204-075), from Sea 2c, to Sea 1c; William Pritchett, (108-561), from Sea 2c to Sea 1c; Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146), from AS to Sea 2c; and Bernard Gearheart, (201-229), from F 3c, to F 2c; Authority, Letter of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, dated October 3 - 1932.

William H. La Grange, (204-075) - The following named men were this date advanced in Rating as indicated Jessie M. Moore, (107-476), from Sea 2c, to Sea 1c; William H. La Grange, (204-075), from Sea 2c, to Sea 1c; William Pritchett, (108-561), from Sea 2c to Sea 1c; Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146), from AS to Sea 2c; and Bernard Gearheart, (201-229), from F 3c, to F 2c; Authority, Letter of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, dated October 3 - 1932.

William Pritchett, (108-561) - The following named men were this date advanced in Rating as indicated Jessie M. Moore, (107-476), from Sea 2c, to Sea 1c; William H. La Grange, (204-075), from Sea 2c, to Sea 1c; William Pritchett, (108-561), from Sea 2c to Sea 1c; Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146), from AS to Sea 2c; and Bernard Gearheart, (201-229), from F 3c, to F 2c; Authority, Letter of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, dated October 3 - 1932.

Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146) - The following named men were this date advanced in Rating as indicated Jessie M. Moore, (107-476), from Sea 2c, to Sea 1c; William H. La Grange, (204-075), from Sea 2c, to Sea 1c; William Pritchett, (108-561), from Sea 2c to Sea 1c; Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146), from AS to Sea 2c; and Bernard Gearheart, (201-229), from F 3c, to F 2c; Authority, Letter of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, dated October 3 - 1932.

Bernard Gearheart, (201-229) - The following named men were this date advanced in Rating as indicated Jessie M. Moore, (107-476), from Sea 2c, to Sea 1c; William H. La Grange, (204-075), from Sea 2c, to Sea 1c; William Pritchett, (108-561), from Sea 2c to Sea 1c; Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146), from AS to Sea 2c; and Bernard Gearheart, (201-229), from F 3c, to F 2c; Authority, Letter of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, dated October 3 - 1932.

4:00PM to Mid. 5:30 Henry J. Nicks, Jr. (216-114), Sea 1c; left vessel on (7) seven days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Performed routine duties. P.M. Pedersen Btsw

Henry J. Nicks, Jr. (216-114), Sea 1c - left vessel on (7) seven days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.


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Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

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9 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone Description plus five. Carried out Morning orders. 7:10 Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS; reported on board for duty from Section base two (2), Stapleton, New York, in accordance with Headquarters letter of 5 August 1932 - (73) and 10 August 1932 (73-701). 8:00 George J. Fritz, (103-727), F 1c; absent without leave 24 hours this date. 9:00 Liberty party returned on time P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS - reported on board for duty from Section base two (2), Stapleton, New York, in accordance with Headquarters letter of 5 August 1932 - (73) and 10 August 1932 (73-701).

George J. Fritz, (103-727), F 1c - absent without leave 24 hours this date.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 10:30 Morwood E. Terrell, (216-004), RM 2c, transferred to Fort Lauderdale Radio Station for duty in accordance with Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area letter 7 October 1932, (73-701). Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from Williams, McWilliams. Observed Sabbath. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Morwood E. Terrell, (216-004), RM 2c - transferred to Fort Lauderdale Radio Station for duty in accordance with Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area letter 7 October 1932, (73-701).

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties 11:55 George J. Fritz, (103-727), F 1c; returned on board having been absent without leave since 8:00AM, 8 October, 1932; a period of thirty-five hours and fifty-five minutes (35h 55m). T.G. Miller, Ensign

George J. Fritz, (103-727), F 1c - returned on board having been absent without leave since 8:00AM, 8 October, 1932; a period of thirty-five hours and fifty-five minutes (35h 55m).


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10 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. - Held boat drill. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. 9:00, Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal 9:30, Quarters, followed by emergency drills. 9:30, Sounded alarm for General Quarters. 9:38 Secured. 9:41, Sounded alarm for Collision drill. 9:51, Mat in place. 9:56, Sounded fire alarm, 9:56:45, First water. 9:57; water on all hoses 9:58 Secured from emergency drills. 10:00 The PERRY stood out. 11:00 The Commanding Officer held mast in the following cases:- case of Henry T. Harllee, (201-053) Sea 1c, for failure to properly report on Friday, 7 October, 1932, upon expiration of leave. Excuse accepted and warned. Case of George J. Fritz (103-577), F 1c, for being absent without leave from 8:00am, Oct. 8, 1932 to 11:55pm October, 9th 1932. Awarded the punishment of 5 days restriction to the ship and to perform 15 hours extra duty. Cases of William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 1c and William G. Stewart (200-077) Sea 2c each for being overleave on morning of Saturday, 8 - October, 1932. Both were awarded the punishment of Five days restriction, respectively. Case of Louis Solomon, (204-081) AS, for insolence to a chief petty officer, this date. Solomon was warned. 12:40, The PERRY stood in and moored. 2:30 Raymond G. Thomason, (110-200), Y 3c, left ship on three (3) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 14 October, 1932, authority: Art 519, Regulations. 2:45 Received 3 cases of Medical Supplies from USPHS Supply Station, Perrysville, Md., the same having been previously obtained from the Seaboard Air Line RR by Base 6 Truck while UNALGA was at sea on Government B/L No. T 154,302 Ships force employed in painting about decks, chipping well deck scuppers and various canvas work. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from Zim's Bakery and The City Ice and Fuel Co. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

PERRY - 10:00 The PERRY stood out.

Henry T. Harllee, (201-053) Sea 1c - 11:00 The Commanding Officer held mast in the following cases:- case of Henry T. Harllee, (201-053) Sea 1c, for failure to properly report on Friday, 7 October, 1932, upon expiration of leave. Excuse accepted and warned. Case of George J. Fritz (103-577), F 1c, for being absent without leave from 8:00am, Oct. 8, 1932 to 11:55pm October, 9th 1932. Awarded the punishment of 5 days restriction to the ship and to perform 15 hours extra duty. Cases of William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 1c and William G. Stewart (200-077) Sea 2c each for being overleave on morning of Saturday, 8 - October, 1932. Both were awarded the punishment of Five days restriction, respectively. Case of Louis Solomon, (204-081) AS, for insolence to a chief petty officer, this date. Solomon was warned.

George J. Fritz (103-577), F 1c - 11:00 The Commanding Officer held mast in the following cases:- case of Henry T. Harllee, (201-053) Sea 1c, for failure to properly report on Friday, 7 October, 1932, upon expiration of leave. Excuse accepted and warned. Case of George J. Fritz (103-577), F 1c, for being absent without leave from 8:00am, Oct. 8, 1932 to 11:55pm October, 9th 1932. Awarded the punishment of 5 days restriction to the ship and to perform 15 hours extra duty. Cases of William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 1c and William G. Stewart (200-077) Sea 2c each for being overleave on morning of Saturday, 8 - October, 1932. Both were awarded the punishment of Five days restriction, respectively. Case of Louis Solomon, (204-081) AS, for insolence to a chief petty officer, this date. Solomon was warned.

William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 1c - 11:00 The Commanding Officer held mast in the following cases:- case of Henry T. Harllee, (201-053) Sea 1c, for failure to properly report on Friday, 7 October, 1932, upon expiration of leave. Excuse accepted and warned. Case of George J. Fritz (103-577), F 1c, for being absent without leave from 8:00am, Oct. 8, 1932 to 11:55pm October, 9th 1932. Awarded the punishment of 5 days restriction to the ship and to perform 15 hours extra duty. Cases of William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 1c and William G. Stewart (200-077) Sea 2c each for being overleave on morning of Saturday, 8 - October, 1932. Both were awarded the punishment of Five days restriction, respectively. Case of Louis Solomon, (204-081) AS, for insolence to a chief petty officer, this date. Solomon was warned.

William G. Stewart (200-077) Sea 2c - 11:00 The Commanding Officer held mast in the following cases:- case of Henry T. Harllee, (201-053) Sea 1c, for failure to properly report on Friday, 7 October, 1932, upon expiration of leave. Excuse accepted and warned. Case of George J. Fritz (103-577), F 1c, for being absent without leave from 8:00am, Oct. 8, 1932 to 11:55pm October, 9th 1932. Awarded the punishment of 5 days restriction to the ship and to perform 15 hours extra duty. Cases of William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 1c and William G. Stewart (200-077) Sea 2c each for being overleave on morning of Saturday, 8 - October, 1932. Both were awarded the punishment of Five days restriction, respectively. Case of Louis Solomon, (204-081) AS, for insolence to a chief petty officer, this date. Solomon was warned.

Louis Solomon, (204-081) AS - 11:00 The Commanding Officer held mast in the following cases:- case of Henry T. Harllee, (201-053) Sea 1c, for failure to properly report on Friday, 7 October, 1932, upon expiration of leave. Excuse accepted and warned. Case of George J. Fritz (103-577), F 1c, for being absent without leave from 8:00am, Oct. 8, 1932 to 11:55pm October, 9th 1932. Awarded the punishment of 5 days restriction to the ship and to perform 15 hours extra duty. Cases of William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 1c and William G. Stewart (200-077) Sea 2c each for being overleave on morning of Saturday, 8 - October, 1932. Both were awarded the punishment of Five days restriction, respectively. Case of Louis Solomon, (204-081) AS, for insolence to a chief petty officer, this date. Solomon was warned.

PERRY - 12:40, The PERRY stood in and moored.

Raymond G. Thomason, (110-200), Y 3c - left ship on three (3) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 14 October, 1932, authority: Art 519, Regulations.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30, Granted liberty to the starboard watch until 8am tomorrow. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.


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Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

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11 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five 6:00, All hands. 6:30 Ships force carried out morning orders. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time. 8:00, Held boat drill. Deck force employed in towing tree that was brought in on Thursday, 6 October, 1932 to a place south of ship for beaching Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00pm. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by Gun and Signal Drill. 10:50 Received on board, via Florida East Coast Railway, on Government Bill of lading No T-157207, from Coast Guard Radio Supply and repair base, one (1) box and one (1) carton radio Material, and on Government Bill of Lading No T-151180, via American Express Company, from General Electric Company, at Schenectady, New York, one (1) case and one (1) box of Radio Material, also on Government Bill of Lading No T-156557, from Submarine Signal Company, via Florida East Coast Railway, four (4) cases of Fathometer outfit. 3:30 Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c; left vessel for inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, suffering with a injured ancle, and Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS was placed on the Binnacle list suffering with a swallen testicle, in both cases on the recomendation of Doctor E.M. Hendricks, MD. Crew engaged in scrubbing ships side and variously employed about deck. Received commisary stores as per Invoices from the great A and P tea Company, Zims Bakery. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c - 3:30 Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c; left vessel for inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, suffering with a injured ancle, and Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS was placed on the Binnacle list suffering with a swallen testicle, in both cases on the recomendation of Doctor E.M. Hendricks, MD.

Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS - 3:30 Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c; left vessel for inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, suffering with a injured ancle, and Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS was placed on the Binnacle list suffering with a swallen testicle, in both cases on the recomendation of Doctor E.M. Hendricks, MD.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30 Granted liberty to one watch untill 8:00AM tomorrow. Routine Duties performed. 11:50 Francis E. Kirk, (105-855), Sea 1c; reported on board from inpatient treatment at US Marine Hospital, Key West, Florida. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Francis E. Kirk, (105-855), Sea 1c - reported on board from inpatient treatment at US Marine Hospital, Key West, Florida.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Peplinski Kennedy Nicks Thomason ah Lewis TD Bennett Thomas Asl Ens Fahey ah Mach Southall


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12 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time description zone, plus five. Carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time, held boat drill under oars for enginer force. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by resuscitation drill and clothing inspection. 10:40 Leo F. LeGault, (106-262), PhM 1c, returned from three (3) days' leave of absence 1:00 Leo F. LeGault, (106-262), PhM 1c, was this date honorably discharged from the regular establishment upon the expiration of the full term of his enlistment. Issued Honorable Discharge No. - A-31355. 1:30 Charles W. Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c, left on three (3) days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. Received commissary stores as per invoice, from the Great A & P Tea Company. Received 200 pounds of ice from the City Service Ice and Fuel Co. Crew employed washing ship's sides. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Leo F. LeGault, (106-262), PhM 1c - returned from three (3) days' leave of absence

Leo F. LeGault, (106-262), PhM 1c - was this date honorably discharged from the regular establishment upon the expiration of the full term of his enlistment. Issued Honorable Discharge No. - A-31355.

Charles W. Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c - left on three (3) days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Peplinski Kennedy Nicks Thomason Lawson ah Lewis TD Bennett Thomas Asl Ens Fahey ah Mach Southall


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13 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. Held boat drill. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30, Held quarters, followed by infantry drill on shore and signal drill. Ship's force employed painting variously, varnishing, canvas work and in breaking out mainhold. 1:00, Francis E. Kirk, (105-855), Sea 1c, left ship on fourteen (14) days' leave of absence on account of sickness, granted by Commanding Officer, in accordance with Article 529 (3), Personnel Instructions. Re-enlisted Leo F. Legualt, (106-262) as Pharmacist's Mate, first class, in the regular establishment, for a period of two (2) years. Service continuous, art 322. Regulations. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from the City Service Ice and Fuel Co., and from the Miami Home Milk Producers, Inc. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

Francis E. Kirk, (105-855), Sea 1c - left ship on fourteen (14) days' leave of absence on account of sickness, granted by Commanding Officer, in accordance with Article 529 (3), Personnel Instructions.

Leo F. Legualt, (106-262) - Re-enlisted Leo F. Legualt, (106-262) as Pharmacist's Mate, first class, in the regular establishment, for a period of two (2) years. Service continuous, art 322. Regulations.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30, Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Peplinski Kennedy Nicks Lawson Asl Kirk TD Bennett Thomas Asl Ens Fahey ah Mach Southall


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14 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. 6:00 All hands. 6:30, Ship's force carried out morning orders 8:00 Liberty party all returned on time, except Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS, absent without leave from proper authority from this hour. A thorough search of ship was made and man could not be found. Upon investigation, it was found that he had removed all clothing and personal effects with apparent intentions of deserting and he is therefore declared a deserter as of this date. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS - 8:00 Liberty party all returned on time, except Louis Solomon, (204-081), AS, absent without leave from proper authority from this hour. A thorough search of ship was made and man could not be found. Upon investigation, it was found that he had removed all clothing and personal effects with apparent intentions of deserting and he is therefore declared a deserter as of this date.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. Conducted fortnightly powder tests, tested magazine flood cocks and Franklin Life Buoys, condition satisfactory. 9:30 Held quarters followed by Gun and Pistol Drill * 10:30 Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c; reported on board from three (3) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 12:48, Commenced holding Dock trial. 2:10 Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c; reported on board from inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 2:15 Completed Dock trial. Crew engaged in Field day, and restowing of Main hold. Received Commisary Stores as per Invoices from City Fuel and Ice Company. *9:40 The USS Perry, CG stod in from sea and moored at regular berth. 10:10 The USS Perry, CG unmoored and stod out to sea. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c - reported on board from three (3) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c - reported on board from inpatient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

USS Perry, CG - 9:40 The USS Perry, CG stod in from sea and moored at regular berth.

USS Perry, CG - 10:10 The USS Perry, CG unmoored and stod out to sea.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30, Granted liberty to starboard watch untill 8:00AM tomorrow. Performed Routine Duties. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Peplinski Kennedy Nicks Lawson Asl Kirk TD Bennett Thomas Asl Ens Fahey ah Mach Southall


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15 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. Carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:30 Commanding Officer made weekly inspection of vessel. 1:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 9:00AM tomorrow. William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM, left on sixteen (16) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c, left on fifteen (15) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Henry J. Nicks, (216-114), Sea 1c, granted ten (10) days' extension of leave of absence by Commanding Officer. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from Table Supply Co., and Zim's Bakery. Received fifty (50) gallons kerosene from the Standard Oil Company of Kentucky. T.G. Miller, Ensign

William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM - left on sixteen (16) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c - left on fifteen (15) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Henry J. Nicks, (216-114), Sea 1c - granted ten (10) days' extension of leave of absence by Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. T.G. Miller, Ensign.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Nicks Jr. Smith Asl Lewis Kirk TD Bennett Thomas Asl Ens Fahey ah Mach Southall


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16 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 6:45 Avery G. Brace, (216-610), RM 3c, reported on board for duty in accordance with letter of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, dated 16 October, 1932, (73-701). 7:00 Carried out regular Sunday morning routine. 9:00 All liberty party returned on time except Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c, who is absent after the expiration of his liberty. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Avery G. Brace, (216-610), RM 3c - reported on board for duty in accordance with letter of Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, dated 16 October, 1932, (73-701).

Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c - 9:00 All liberty party returned on time except Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c, who is absent after the expiration of his liberty.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal 9:00, Charles Lawson, (106-210) M.Att 1c, reported on board from three days leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date. 10:00, Granted liberty to the starboard watch until 8:00am, tomorrow 10:55, Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c, absent since expiration of liberty at 9:00am, report on board overleave for period of one hour and fifty-five minutes. 11:55 Paul T. Kennedy, (105-608), BM 1c and Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c, each reported on board from seven (7) days leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date, respectively. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from the City Ice and Fuel Co. and The Great A and P Tea Co. Omitted all unnecessary work and observed Sunday. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

Charles Lawson, (106-210) M.Att 1c - reported on board from three days leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date.

Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c - absent since expiration of liberty at 9:00am, report on board overleave for period of one hour and fifty-five minutes.

Paul T. Kennedy, (105-608), BM 1c - 11:55 Paul T. Kennedy, (105-608), BM 1c and Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c, each reported on board from seven (7) days leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date, respectively.

Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c - 11:55 Paul T. Kennedy, (105-608), BM 1c and Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c, each reported on board from seven (7) days leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date, respectively.

4:00PM to Midnight Observed usual routine Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.


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port everglades florida

Lat 26.35, Long -80.02

al Nicks W.E. Smith Asl Lewis Kirk TD Bennett Thomas Asl Fahey ah Mach Southall


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17 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone discription, plus five 6:00, All hands. Ship's force carried out morning orders. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time Ship's force employed in making preparation's to get underway. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

9:00AM to Meridian. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 9:15, Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c; departed on six (6) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer. 9:45, Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox; was this date honorably discharged from the Regular Establishment upon the expiration of full term of enlistment and extension thereof of one (1) day, due to administrative office being closed. (Sunday). Issued Honorable Discharge No. A-31356. 9:50 Lieutenant J.P. Crowley departed on four and one half (4 1/2) days legislative furlough granted by Commanding Officer. 9:55 Unmoored and stod out to sea on various speeds and courses, proceeding on regular scheduled Cruise Draft of vessel on leaving, 12'06" forward 14'04" Aft. 10:15 Port Everglades Entrance Buoy close aboard to starboard, streamed log reading 95.0, set course 20° pgc, and speed at 78 rpm. 11:19 (3.5) Hillsboro Light abeam to port, distance three (3) Miles, changed course to 7° pgc and so ends the watch. P.M. Pedersen Btsw

Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c - departed on six (6) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer.

Francis Bobowiec, (103-220), Cox - was this date honorably discharged from the Regular Establishment upon the expiration of full term of enlistment and extension thereof of one (1) day, due to administrative office being closed. (Sunday). Issued Honorable Discharge No. A-31356.

Lieutenant J.P. Crowley - departed on four and one half (4 1/2) days legislative furlough granted by Commanding Officer.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 7° pgc; speed 78 rpm. 1:00 Held quarters followed by general quarters. 1:10 Sounded collision alarm. 1:13 Collision mat in place. 1:17 Sounded fire alarm. 1:17 1/2 First water. 1:19 Water on all hoses. 1:30 Commanding Officer held mast on the following cases: Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c, for being absent without leave from 9:00AM to 10:55AM, 16 October, 1932, a period of one (1) hour and fifty-five (55) minutes. - Excuse accepted. - Boyde S. Putnam, (108-597), GM 2c, and Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c, for alleged drunkenness in streets of the city of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Sentence held in obeyance pending further information from Fort Lauderdale police authorities. - Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, for alleged drunkenness while in charge of an automobile, resisting arrest and having in his possession a .38 caliber loaded revolver. Sentence held in obeyance pending further information from Fort Lauderdale police authorities.

Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c - 1:30 Commanding Officer held mast on the following cases: Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c, for being absent without leave from 9:00AM to 10:55AM, 16 October, 1932, a period of one (1) hour and fifty-five (55) minutes. - Excuse accepted. - Boyde S. Putnam, (108-597), GM 2c, and Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c, for alleged drunkenness in streets of the city of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Sentence held in obeyance pending further information from Fort Lauderdale police authorities. - Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, for alleged drunkenness while in charge of an automobile, resisting arrest and having in his possession a .38 caliber loaded revolver. Sentence held in obeyance pending further information from Fort Lauderdale police authorities.

Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c - 1:30 Commanding Officer held mast on the following cases: Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c, for being absent without leave from 9:00AM to 10:55AM, 16 October, 1932, a period of one (1) hour and fifty-five (55) minutes. - Excuse accepted. - Boyde S. Putnam, (108-597), GM 2c, and Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c, for alleged drunkenness in streets of the city of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Sentence held in obeyance pending further information from Fort Lauderdale police authorities. - Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, for alleged drunkenness while in charge of an automobile, resisting arrest and having in his possession a .38 caliber loaded revolver. Sentence held in obeyance pending further information from Fort Lauderdale police authorities.

Boyde S. Putnam, (108-597), GM 2c - 1:30 Commanding Officer held mast on the following cases: Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c, for being absent without leave from 9:00AM to 10:55AM, 16 October, 1932, a period of one (1) hour and fifty-five (55) minutes. - Excuse accepted. - Boyde S. Putnam, (108-597), GM 2c, and Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c, for alleged drunkenness in streets of the city of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Sentence held in obeyance pending further information from Fort Lauderdale police authorities. - Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, for alleged drunkenness while in charge of an automobile, resisting arrest and having in his possession a .38 caliber loaded revolver. Sentence held in obeyance pending further information from Fort Lauderdale police authorities.

Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c - 1:30 Commanding Officer held mast on the following cases: Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c, for being absent without leave from 9:00AM to 10:55AM, 16 October, 1932, a period of one (1) hour and fifty-five (55) minutes. - Excuse accepted. - Boyde S. Putnam, (108-597), GM 2c, and Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c, for alleged drunkenness in streets of the city of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Sentence held in obeyance pending further information from Fort Lauderdale police authorities. - Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c, for alleged drunkenness while in charge of an automobile, resisting arrest and having in his possession a .38 caliber loaded revolver. Sentence held in obeyance pending further information from Fort Lauderdale police authorities.


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17 October 1932

jupiter inlet lighthouse abeam to port distance 35 miles

Lat 19.6, Long 32.6

Meridian to 4:00PM (continued) 2:00 (25.3) Changed course to 0° pgc, Lake Worth Inlet lighted whistle buoy abeam to port distant 3 miles. 3:00 (33.6) Changed course to 345° pgc. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00pm to 6:00pm. On course 345° pgc at 78 rpm. 4:01 (42.0) Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse abeam to port, distance 3.5 Miles Changed course to 352° pgc and so to end of watch. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 352° pgc at 78 rpm. 6:39, (64.2) ST LUCIE SHOAL LIGHTED BUOY abeam, distance 3.4 miles; changed course to 358° pgc. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00PM to Midnight On course 358° pgc; speed 78 rpm. 9:00 (83.6) Bethel Shoal lighted whistle buoy abeam to port distant five miles; changed course, to 348° pgc. And so to end. - Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller; Ensign


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at sea north atlantic ocean

Lat 29.08, Long -80.15

al Nicks W.E. Smith Legault Asl Lewis Kirk TD Bennett Thomas Officers al Lt. Crowley Asl Ens Fahey ah Mach Southall


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18 October 1932

ponce de leon light abeam to starboard distance 55 miles

Lat 51.2, Long 1.4

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 348° pgc at 78 rpm. Time zone description plus five 1:45 (21.2) Sighted Cape Canaveral Light bearing 285° pgc. 2:55 (32.0) Cape Canaveral Light abeam to port, distance 19 Miles changed course to 328° pgc. And so to end of watch. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 328° pgc at 78 rpm. 4:08, (42.1) HETZEL SHOAL LIGHTED BUOY abeam, distance 3.8 miles; changed course to 314° pgc. 6:00, All hands. Ship's force carried out morning orders. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian. On course 314° pgc; speed 78 rpm. 8:12 (74.6) Ponce De Leon lighthouse bore 270° pgc distant 10 miles; changed course to 90° pgc. - Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 90° pgc at 78 rpm. 12:01, (06.3) Changed course to 267° pgc. 1:00 Held quarters followed by Gun, Pistol, and Signal drill. 1:30 Piped down from all drills. 3:00 Sighted Ponce De Leon Lighthouse bearing 260° pgc. 3:10 (31.5) Changed course to 260° pgc 3:36, (35.9) Changed course to 264° pgc. And so to end of watch. Crew engaged in painting on spar and main deck. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 264°, pgc; 78 rpm. 4:43 (43.6) Changed course to 147° pgc 5:47 (52.0) Changed course to 327° pgc. T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 327° pgc at 78 rpm. 6:30, Decreased speed to 43 rpm and hauled in log reading (57.6). 7:28, PONCE DE LEON LIGHT abeam, distance 5.4 miles.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 327° pgc at 43 rpm. 8:30 changed course to 148° pgc. 9:43, Ponce De Leon Light abeam to starboard, distance 5.5 Miles. 10:50, Changed course to 328 pgc. And so ends the watch. Issued 15 night rations to engineer force. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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at sea straits of florida

Lat 28.62, Long -80.30

al Nicks W.E. Smith Legault Asl Lewis Kirk TD Bennett Thomas Officers Lt Crowley Asl Ens Fahey ah Mach Southall


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19 October 1932

hetzel shoal gas buoy bearing 300 pgc distance 36 miles

Lat 43.7, Long 7.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 328° pgc; speed 43 rpm. Time zone description plus five. 1:23 Changed course to 148° pgc. 3:50 Changed course 328° pgc. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 328° pgc at 43 rpm. 6:00 All hands; ship's force carried out morning routine 6:10, changed course to 148° pgc. 7:00 With PONCE DE LEON LH bearing 251°30'T, distance, changed course to 134° pgc; increased speed to 78 rpm and streamed log set at (58.1). Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 134° pgc, at 78 rpm. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 10:52, (91.0) Sighted Hetzel Shoal gas buoy bearing 155° pgc distance 6 Miles. 11:17 (94.5) Hetzel Shoal gas buoy bearing 180° pgc. Changed course to 146° pgc. 11:51 (99.0) Hetzel Shoal gas buoy bearing 300° pgc distance 3.6 Miles Changed course to 157° pgc and so to end of watch. This date extended the enlistment of Edward E. Brown, (101-348), CM 1c; pending arrival of vessel in port. Authority, Article 4452, Personnel Instructions. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

- This date extended the enlistment of Edward E. Brown, (101-348), CM 1c; pending arrival of vessel in port. Authority, Article 4452, Personnel Instructions.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 157° pgc; speed 78 rpm. 12:06 (01.0) Changed course to 148° pgc. 1:00 Held quarters followed by resuscitation drill. 1:03 (8.3) Changed course to 163° pgc; increased speed to 113 rpm, to proceed in search of small boat reported adrift 15 Miles east of Palm Beach, Florida. 1:50 (17.5) Changed course to 172° pgc. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 172° pgc at 113 rpm. 4:30 (42.0) Bethel Shoal gas buoy four points on starboard bow. 4:52, (51.3) Bethel Shoal gas buoy abeam to starboard, distance 4.3 Miles, changed course to 142° pgc and so to end. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 142° pgc at 110 rpm throughout Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 142° pgc; speed 110 rpm. 8:30 (91.2) Changed course to 180° pgc. - 9:00 (96.8) Changed course to 270° pgc. - 9:35 (102.8) Changed course to 180° pgc. 9:47 (04.7) Changed course to 90° pgc. 10:08 (09.1) Changed


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19 October 1932

8:00PM to Midnight (continued) course to 180° pgc. - 10:15 (10.5) Changed course to 270° pgc. 10:45 (15.5) Changed course to 180° pgc. - 10:53 (17.5) Changed course to 90° pgc. - 11:30 (24) Changed course to 269° pgc. Reduced speed to 93 rpm. And so to end. Using searchlights as necessary; searching for men adrift in small boat throughout watch. - Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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at sea florida straits

Lat 28.05, Long -79.77

al Nicks W.E. Smith Legault Asl Kirk Lewis TD Bennett Thomas Officers al Lt. Crowley Asl Ens Fahey ah Mach Southall


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20 October 1932

cape canaveral light bearing 295 pgc

Lat , Long

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 269° pgc at 93 rpm searching for man reported adrift in small boat of Palm Beach, Florida. 12:00 (28.8) Changed course to 89° pgc. 12:30, (33.9) changed course to 269° pgc. 1:00, (38.7) changed course to 89° pgc. 1:30, (43.4) Changed course to 269° pgc. 2:00 (48.4) Changed course to 89° pgc. 2:30, (52.7) changed course to 262° pgc. 3:00, (57.4) Changed course to 89° pgc. 3:30 (62.1) Changed course to 269 pgc. 4:00, (66.8) Changed course to 89° pgc. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 89° pgc at 93 rpm searching for reported missing small craft. 4:30, (71.7), changed course to 269° pgc. 5:00 (76.3), changed course to 89° pgc. 5:30, (81.0, changed course to 269° pgc. 6:00 (85.7) increased speed to 113 rpm. 6:00, All hands; ship's force carried out morning orders. 7:00, (96.7) changed course to 179° pgc. 7:38, (104.6) changed course to 89° pgc. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 89° pgc; speed 113 rpm; searching for missing small craft. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. 8:45 (15.0) Changed course to 0° pgc. 9:20 (23.5) Changed course to 270° pgc. 10:20 (33.1) Changed course to 0° pgc. 10:50 (38.6) Changed course to 90° pgc. 11:50 (49.2) Changed course to 0° pgc. And so to end. Crew employed painting variously about ship. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 0° pgc at 113 rpm searching for small boat as in previous watch. 12:30 (56.8) Changed course to 268° pgc. 12:40 (59.0) Changed course to 180° pgc. 12:47, (60.5) Changed course to 269° pgc. 1:00, Held quarters followed by Signal drill and Instruction in Infantry drill. 1:30 piped down from drills. 1:44 (70.5) Changed course to 359° pgc. 2:16 (76.5) Changed course to 90° pgc. 3:45, (92.0) Changed course to 180° pgc. And so to end. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 180° pgc; speed 113 rpm. 5:40 (13.4) Changed course to 225° pgc. T.G. Miller, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM 6:00 (17.2) changed course to 270° pgc and reduced speed to 43 rpm and so to end. 7:00 Found log fouled and hauled in same reading (17.9) Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00PM to Midnight On course 270° pgc at 43 rpm 8:45 Sounded bottom in 38 fathoms of water (gray sand) 10:00 Sighted Cape Canaveral Light bearing 295° pgc. 10:02 Stopped engine, sounded bottom in 22.5 fathoms of water (sand and black specks) 10:06 Ahead at standard speed, 43 rpm. 10:28, Stopped engine, sounded bottom in 22 fathoms of water (grey sand). 10:32, Ahead at standard speed, Changed course to 350 pgc. 11:50, Stopped engine, sounded bottom in 21 fathom of water (gray sand and specks). Issued 15 night rations to engineers force. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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at sea straits of florida

Lat 28.72, Long -79.82

al Nicks W.E. Smith Legault Asl Kirk Lewis TD Bennett Thomas Officers al Lt. Crowley Asl Ens Fahey ah Mach Southall


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21 October 1932

cape canaveral light abeam distance 155 miles

Lat 19.6, Long -70.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 350° pgc; speed 43 rpm. Time zone description plus five. 3:08 Changed course to 160° pgc. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 160° pgc at 43 rpm. 4:13, changed course to 168° pgc and increased speed to 93 rpm. 4:22, Streamed log set at (18.0) 6:00 Increased speed to 113 rpm. 6:00 All hands, ship's force carried out morning routine 6:15 (35.4) changed course to 90° pgc. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 90° pgc at 113 rpm. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. Tested Magazine flood cocks and Franklin Life Buoy, condition satisfactory. 8:05, (55.5) Changed course to 0° pgc 8:41, (61.5) Changed course to 270° pgc. 9:46 (73.5) Changed course to 0° pgc. 10:16 (78.8) Changed course to 90° pgc. 10:50 (84.8) Changed course to 0° pgc and so to end, searching for small boat reported adrift. P.M. Pedersen Btsw

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 0° pgc; speed 100 rpm. 12:17 (98.5) Changed course to 90° pgc. 1:00 Held quarters followed by gun and signal drills. 1:23 (109.4) Changed course to 0° pgc. 1:30 Commanding Officer held mast in case of Charles W. Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c, for using disrespectful language towards Boatswain P.M. Pedersen - awarded six (6) hours extra duty. 1:47 (13.2) Changed course to 270° pgc. 3:17 (28.4) Changed course to 0° pgc. 3:30 (30.5) Changed course to 270° pgc. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Charles W. Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c - 1:30 Commanding Officer held mast in case of Charles W. Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c, for using disrespectful language towards Boatswain P.M. Pedersen - awarded six (6) hours extra duty.

Boatswain P.M. Pedersen - 1:30 Commanding Officer held mast in case of Charles W. Lawson, (106-210), M.Att 1c, for using disrespectful language towards Boatswain P.M. Pedersen - awarded six (6) hours extra duty.

4:00PM to 6:00PM On course 270° pgc at 100 rpm. 4:01 (35.8) Changed course to 207° pgc. 6:00 Stopped engine to take sounding. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

6:00PM to 8:00PM. Stopped 6:06, Sounded and fetched bottom at 15 1/2 fathoms showing small shells in grey sand and black specks. 6:08 Ahead, on course 70° pgc at 100 rpm. 6:13 (57.4) changed course to 170° pgc and reduced speed to 93 rpm 6:50 (63.8) HETZEL SHOAL BUOY abeam, distance 3 miles; changed course to 165° pgc. 7:40 (72.0) CAPE CANAVERAL LIGHT abeam, distance 15.5 miles. Search for reported missing boat and man abandoned at dark. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00PM to Midnight On course 168° pgc; speed 93 rpm. 10:00 (94.7) Reduced speed to 78 rpm 11:30 (7.3) Changed course to 160° pgc. And so to end. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign.


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at sea florida straits

Lat 26.38, Long -80.00

al Nicks W.E. Smith Legault Asl Kirk Lewis TD Bennett Thomas Officers Lt. Crowley Asl Ens Fahey ah Mach Southall


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22 October 1932

st lucie shoal gas buoy abeam to starboard distance 45 miles

Lat 43.7, Long 7.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On Course 160° pgc at 78 rpm. Time zone description plus five. 12:12 (12.9) Changed course to 168° pgc. 12:54, (18.7) Bethel Shoal gas buoy abeam to starboard, distance 4 Miles, changed course to 173° pgc 3:15, (38.7) St Lucie Shoal gas buoy abeam to starboard distance 4.5 Miles. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 173° pgc at 78 rpm. 4:31 (49.6), changed course to 179° pgc. 6:00, All hands; ships force carried out morning routine 6:34, (66.6) JUPITER LH bore 261°, distance, 3.5 miles; changed course to 171 pgc. 7:34 (75.4) changed course to 179° pgc. 8:00 (79.1) changed course to 185° pgc Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 185° pgc; speed 75 rpm. 8:35 (84.1) Changed course to 187° pgc. 9:00 (87.6) Changed course to 180° pgc. 10:00 (96.4) Changed course to 185° pgc. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. And so to end. 10:30 Commanding Officer inspected vessel. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 185° pgc at 78 rpm. 12:01 (13.2) Changed course to 196° pgc. 12:55 (21.2) Changed course to 185° pgc. 1:40 (27.2) Hillsboro Lighthouse abeam to starboard, distance 2 Miles, changed course to 187° pgc. 3:25, (42.0) Port Everglades Entrance Buoy abeam to starboard, distance 1 Mile, changed course to 178° pgc. And so to end of watch. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 178° pgc; speed 78 rpm, throughout watch. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 178° pgc at 78 rpm. 7:10 (72.0) MIAMI ENTRANCE BUOY abeam, distance 2.5 miles. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight. On course 178° pgc at 78 rpm. 8:07, (79.2) Changed course to 150° pgc. 9:00 (86.9) Fowey Rocks Light bearing 270° pgc, distance 5 Miles, hauled in log and reduced speed to 33 rpm maintaining a position 5 Miles east of Fowey Rocks Light. 9:35, Reduced speed to 27 rpm. Issued 15 Nightrations to engineer force. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.


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port everglades florida

Lat 25.58, Long -80.00

*According to rpm

al Nicks W.E. Smith Legault Asl Kirk Lewis TD Bennett Thomas Officers Asl Ens Fahey ah Mach Southall

oil: 21327. - Fuel oil. Received 21327. Expended 1306. On hand 47348


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23 October 1932

port everglades entrance buoy close aboard to starboard

Lat 19.6, Long -80.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On various courses and speeds throughout watch maintaining position five miles east of Fowey Rocks light. Time zone description plus five. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

4:00AM to 8:00AM On various courses and speeds throughout maintaining position with FOWEY ROCKS LIGHT bearing 270° true, distance five miles Performed Sunday morning routine 8:00, Changed course to 324° pgc and increased speed to 53 rpm. Chester McP Anderson

8:00AM to Meridian On course 324° pgc at 53 rpm. 8:40 Increased speed to 78 rpm. 8:45, Increased speed to 108 rpm. 9:17 Miami Entrance buoy close aboard to starboard, changed course and stod in and up Miami Channel on various courses and speeds. 9:55, Moored to Belcher Oil Companys Dock at Miami, Florida, for fuel oil. Draft of vessel before fueling 11'02" forward 14'01" Aft. 10:10 Commenced fueling. 11:50 Completed fueling, Amount taken 21327 gallons, draft after fueling 12'09" forward 14'04" Aft. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

oil: 21327 gallons - 11:50 Completed fueling, Amount taken 21327 gallons

Meridian to 4:00pm. Moored as in previous watch. 12:45 unmoored ship and stod out Miami Harbor on various courses and speeds. 1:24 Miami Sea Buoy close aboard to starboard, set course 4° pgc and speed at 108 rpm, streamed log reading 86.9. 2:55, Hauled in log reading 02.2. 3:00 Port Everglades Entrance buoy close aboard to starboard, changed course and stod in channel on various courses and speeds. 3:13, Moored at regular berth at Port Everglades, Florida. 3:16, Lieutenant J.P. Crowley returned on board from four and one half (4 1/2) days legislative furlough, granted by Commanding Officer, having previously reported at the Area Commanders office at 11:15AM this date. 3:30 granted liberty to port watch until 8:AM tomorrow. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Lieutenant J.P. Crowley - returned on board from four and one half (4 1/2) days legislative furlough, granted by Commanding Officer, having previously reported at the Area Commanders office at 11:15AM this date.

4:00PM to Midnight 8:00, Charles Gassett, (117-042), Sea 2c; placed on binnacle list, with swallen Testicle, upon recomendation of Dr. E.M. Hendricks, MD. Performed Routine Duties P.M. Pedersen, Btsw

Charles Gassett, (117-042), Sea 2c - 8:00, Charles Gassett, (117-042), Sea 2c; placed on binnacle list, with swallen Testicle, upon recomendation of Dr. E.M. Hendricks, MD.

Dr. E.M. Hendricks, MD - 8:00, Charles Gassett, (117-042), Sea 2c; placed on binnacle list, with swallen Testicle, upon recomendation of Dr. E.M. Hendricks, MD.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Nicks W.E. Smith Asl Kirk Lewis TD Bennett Thomas Officers Asl Ens Fahey ah Mach Southall


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24 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five, carried out Morning routine. 8:00 Commenced swinging ship. All liberty party returned on time, held boat drill for deck force. 8:40 Completed swinging ship. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by general quarters. 9:39 Sounded collision alarm - 9:41 1/2 Mat in place. 9:48 Sounded fire alarm - 9:48 3/4 First water. - 9:49 Water on all hoses. 9:50 Received one (1) crystal and holder for T-10 transmitter, 2692 kilocycles, from Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area. ** 11:20 Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c, returned from six (6) days' leave of absence. 12:10 The following men left on leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer: Hosmer H.A. Fitzpatrick, (103-542), Cox; two (2) days'. John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c, seven (7) days'. 1:30 The following men were honorably discharged this date * upon the expiration of their enlistment and extensions thereof: Dwight W. Wall, (107-494), CBM; Honorable Discharge No. A-31357. Edward E. Brown, (101-348), CM 1c; Honorable Discharge No. A-31358. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from Zim's Bakery, Miami Home Milk Producer's Ass'n, City Ice and Fuel Co., Williams McWilliams Ice Cream Co., and The Great A. & P. Tea Co. Received three (3) bottles of 100 tablets each, potassium iodide (5 gram tablets) from US Public Health Service, Perry Point, Maryland. *and paid to date on voucher. **Engineer's force commenced cleaning No. 2 boiler. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c - returned from six (6) days' leave of absence.

Hosmer H.A. Fitzpatrick, (103-542), Cox - 12:10 The following men left on leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer: Hosmer H.A. Fitzpatrick, (103-542), Cox; two (2) days'. John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c, seven (7) days'.

John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c - 12:10 The following men left on leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer: Hosmer H.A. Fitzpatrick, (103-542), Cox; two (2) days'. John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c, seven (7) days'.

Dwight W. Wall, (107-494), CBM - 1:30 The following men were honorably discharged this date * upon the expiration of their enlistment and extensions thereof: Dwight W. Wall, (107-494), CBM; Honorable Discharge No. A-31357. Edward E. Brown, (101-348), CM 1c; Honorable Discharge No. A-31358.

Edward E. Brown, (101-348), CM 1c - 1:30 The following men were honorably discharged this date * upon the expiration of their enlistment and extensions thereof: Dwight W. Wall, (107-494), CBM; Honorable Discharge No. A-31357. Edward E. Brown, (101-348), CM 1c; Honorable Discharge No. A-31358.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Performed routine duties. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Nicks Fitzpatrick W.E. Smith Stetz Asl Kirk Lewis TD Bennett Thomas Asl Ens Fahey ah Mach Southall


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25 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. Held boat drill. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by Gun and Signal drills. 10:30 Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 2c, left ship for inpatient treatment at the Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale upon direction of USPHS contract surgeon. Diagnoses undetermined. 11:00 Dwight W. Wall, (107-494) CBM and Edmund E. Brown, Cox, (101-348), CM 1c were re-enlisted in the regular establishment for a period of two (2) years, respectively. Service continuous, in accordance with Article 322, Regulations. 12:45 Commanding Officer completed mast in the cases of Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c, Boyd S. Putnam, (108-597), GM 2c, and Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c held in abeyance since 17 October, pending receipt of further information in their cases from the chief of Police of Fort Lauderdale Fla. Peplinski and Putnam received warnings. Stewart was awarded the punishment of deprivation of liberty for (6) six day and to perform ten hours extra police duties for conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline while ashore on liberty on the night of 13-14, October, 1932. 1:00 Dwight W. Wall, (107-494) CBM, left ship on Twelve (12) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon 7 November, 1932, authority Art 519, Regulations 3:00 Received lumber supplies, as per invoice, from Tarpon Lumber and Supply Co. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from the Great A. and P Tea Co. and The Table Supply Co. Deck force employed in painting masts and variously about decks. Engineer's force engaged in cleaning #2 boiler, throughout day. Quartermasters held signal drill. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 2c - left ship for inpatient treatment at the Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale upon direction of USPHS contract surgeon. Diagnoses undetermined.

Edmund E. Brown, Cox, (101-348), CM 1c - 11:00 Dwight W. Wall, (107-494) CBM and Edmund E. Brown, Cox, (101-348), CM 1c were re-enlisted in the regular establishment for a period of two (2) years, respectively. Service continuous, in accordance with Article 322, Regulations.

Dwight W. Wall, (107-494) CBM - 11:00 Dwight W. Wall, (107-494) CBM and Edmund E. Brown, Cox, (101-348), CM 1c were re-enlisted in the regular establishment for a period of two (2) years, respectively. Service continuous, in accordance with Article 322, Regulations.

Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c - 12:45 Commanding Officer completed mast in the cases of Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c, Boyd S. Putnam, (108-597), GM 2c, and Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c held in abeyance since 17 October, pending receipt of further information in their cases from the chief of Police of Fort Lauderdale Fla. Peplinski and Putnam received warnings. Stewart was awarded the punishment of deprivation of liberty for (6) six day and to perform ten hours extra police duties for conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline while ashore on liberty on the night of 13-14, October, 1932.

Boyd S. Putnam, (108-597), GM 2c - 12:45 Commanding Officer completed mast in the cases of Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c, Boyd S. Putnam, (108-597), GM 2c, and Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c held in abeyance since 17 October, pending receipt of further information in their cases from the chief of Police of Fort Lauderdale Fla. Peplinski and Putnam received warnings. Stewart was awarded the punishment of deprivation of liberty for (6) six day and to perform ten hours extra police duties for conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline while ashore on liberty on the night of 13-14, October, 1932.

Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c - 12:45 Commanding Officer completed mast in the cases of Paul Peplinski, (104-684), BM 1c, Boyd S. Putnam, (108-597), GM 2c, and Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c held in abeyance since 17 October, pending receipt of further information in their cases from the chief of Police of Fort Lauderdale Fla. Peplinski and Putnam received warnings. Stewart was awarded the punishment of deprivation of liberty for (6) six day and to perform ten hours extra police duties for conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline while ashore on liberty on the night of 13-14, October, 1932.

Dwight W. Wall, (107-494) CBM - left ship on Twelve (12) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon 7 November, 1932, authority Art 519, Regulations

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30, Granted liberty to port watch to expire at 8:00am tomorrow. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Fitzpatrick Wall W.E. Smith Stetz Asl Kirk Lewis ah Gossett TD Bennett Thomas Asl Ens Fahey al Mach Southall


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26 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida; time zone description, plus five 6:00, All hands; ships force carried out morning orders and engineers resumed cleaning #2 boiler. 8:00 Liberty party all returned on time. Held boat drill. 8:30 Held infantry drill on shore. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 9:30, Held quarters followed by Resuscitation drill. 9:55, Henry J. Nicks, (216-114), Sea 1c; returned on board from seventeen (17) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 10:00, Secured from drills. 1:00 Joseph L. St. Pierre, (109-104), Sea 1c, advanced in rating from Seaman 1c, to Coxwain, as of this date, Authority, letter of Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area 26 September 1932. Crew engaged in painting on spar and main deck. Received stores as per Invoices from City Ice and Fuel Company. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Henry J. Nicks, (216-114), Sea 1c - returned on board from seventeen (17) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Joseph L. St. Pierre, (109-104), Sea 1c - advanced in rating from Seaman 1c, to Coxwain, as of this date, Authority, letter of Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area 26 September 1932.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30, Granted liberty to one watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Routine Duties performed. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Wall Smith Stetz Fitzpatrick Asl Kirk Lewis ah Gossett TD Bennett Thomas


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27 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida Time zone description plus five. Carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time, full dressed ship in honor of Navy Day, held boat drill for deck force. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; condition dry and normal. 9:15 Hosmer H.A. Fitzpatrick, (103-542), Cox, returned from two (2) days' leave of absence. 9:30 Held quarters followed by beach apparatus instruction and pistol drill. 1:00 Hosmer H.A. Fitzpatrick, (103-542), Cox, left on twelve (12) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow and observed half-holiday in honor of "Navy Day". Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from Zim's Bakery, Table Supply Co. and the Great A. & P. Tea Co. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

Hosmer H.A. Fitzpatrick, (103-542), Cox - returned from two (2) days' leave of absence.

Hosmer H.A. Fitzpatrick, (103-542), Cox - left on twelve (12) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Wall Smith Stetz Fitzpatrick Asl Lewis ahom Gossett TD Bennett Thomas Officers Asl Ens Fahey al Mach Southall


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28 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out field day routine. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. Held boat drill. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Conducted fortnightly powder tests and tested Franklyn life-buoy; conditions satisfactory. 9:30, Francis E. Kirk, (105-855) Sea 1c, reported on board from fourteen (14) days' leave of absence on account of sickness, expiring at noon, this date 9:30, Held quarters, followed by signal drill and gun drill. Deck force employed throughout day in general field day duties; sand scrubbing decks, and in stowing of main hold. 1:00, Boyd S. Putnam, (108-597), GM 2c, departed on two (2) days' leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 31 October, 1932. 1:00, Francis E. Kirk, (105-855) Sea 1c, departed on ten (10) day's leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 8 November, 1932. 3:00, Engineers force completed cleaning of #2 boiler. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from the Great A. and P. Tea Co., Miami Home Milk Producers, Inc., and the City Ice and Fuel Co. Tested floodcock. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

Francis E. Kirk, (105-855) Sea 1c - reported on board from fourteen (14) days' leave of absence on account of sickness, expiring at noon, this date

Boyd S. Putnam, (108-597), GM 2c - departed on two (2) days' leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 31 October, 1932.

Francis E. Kirk, (105-855) Sea 1c - departed on ten (10) day's leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 8 November, 1932.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30, Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00am, tomorrow Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Wall W.E. Smith Stetz Kirk Putman Fitzpatrick Asl Lewis ahom Gossett TD Bennett Thomas Officers Asl Ens Fahey al Mach Southall


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29 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. 6:00, All hands. 6:30 Ship's force carried out morning orders. 8:00, Liberty party returned on time Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 10:30, Commanding Officer inspected vessel throughout. 11:15, Commanding Officer held Mast in the case of Anthony Smith, (109-628), M.Att 2c; for being slow in turning out at all hands in the Morning, Excuse accepted and warned. 1:00, Granted liberty to Port watch until 9:00AM tomorrow. Received stores as per Invoices from the great A and P tea Company and Zim's Baking Company P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

Anthony Smith, (109-628), M.Att 2c - 11:15, Commanding Officer held Mast in the case of Anthony Smith, (109-628), M.Att 2c; for being slow in turning out at all hands in the Morning, Excuse accepted and warned.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Wall Smith - W.E. Stetz Kirk Putman Fitzpatrick Asl Lewis ahom Gossett TD Bennett Thomas Asl Ens Fahey al Mach Southall


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30 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida Time zone description plus five. Carried out Morning orders. 9:00 Liberty party returned on time. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Observed Sabbath. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:08 PERRY moored at regular berth. 8:00 Ensign E.E. Fahey returned from thirty (30) days' leave of absence on account of sickness. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

PERRY - moored at regular berth.

Ensign E.E. Fahey - returned from thirty (30) days' leave of absence on account of sickness.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Wall W.E. Smith Stetz Kirk Fitzpatrick ahom Gossett TD Bennett Thomas Officers ah Mach Southall


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31 October 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. * 9:30, Held quarters, followed by General Quarters and Fire and Collision drills. 9:38, Sounded alarm for collision; 9:40 1/2, Mat in place. 9:48, Sounded alarm for fire; 9:48 1/2, first water, 9:49, water on all hoses. Quartermasters held signal drill. 11:00, Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c, reported on board from fifteen days' leave of absence on account of sickness, granted by Commanding Officer, expiring at noon, this date. 11:55 Boyde S. Putnam, (108-597) GM 2c, reported on board from two days' leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer, expiring at noon, this date. Deck force employed in overhauling stores and storerooms Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from the Miami Home Milk Producers, Inc and the City Ice and Fuel Co. 4:00 The Board of Investigation of which Commander L.C. Mueller is sole member adjourned for the day Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c - reported on board from fifteen days' leave of absence on account of sickness, granted by Commanding Officer, expiring at noon, this date.

Boyde S. Putnam, (108-597) GM 2c - reported on board from two days' leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer, expiring at noon, this date.

Commander L.C. Mueller - 4:00 The Board of Investigation of which Commander L.C. Mueller is sole member adjourned for the day

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30, Granted liberty to the port watch until 8:00am, tomorrow. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

*9:15 A board of investigation consisting of Commander L.C. Mueller, sole member, convened to investigate the alleged firing upon a fishing vessel by the PERRY off Cape Canaveral, Florida, on or about 12 October, 1932.

Commander L.C. Mueller - 9:15 A board of investigation consisting of Commander L.C. Mueller, sole member, convened to investigate the alleged firing upon a fishing vessel by the PERRY off Cape Canaveral, Florida, on or about 12 October, 1932.


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Leo C. Mueller Commander - 1101 SE 6th St. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Lynne G. Mueller - wife - phone 485-W

John P. Crowley Lieutenant - 1126 SE 7th St. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Hazel P. Crowley - wife - phone 431-J

Chester M. Anderson Lieutenant - 511 SE 9th Ave. - Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Helen M. Anderson - wife

Edmund E. Fahey Ensign - Resides on board Mrs. Grace A. Fahey - wife 3 West Mystic Ave, Mystic, Conn. Phone - Mystic 721 Ring 1-2

True G. Miller Ensign - Resides on board Mrs. Margaret Miller - mother 2500 Elm Ave., Long Beach, Calif.

Willard L. Jones Chief Machinist - Towers Apt. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

Peder M. Pedersen Boatswain - 708 SE 6th Ct. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs Grace Pedersen - wife

Leonard S. Southall Machinist - 105 NE 16th Terrace Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Leona Southall - wife

Philip A. Krugler Pay Clerk (T) - 328 SW 20th St. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Mary A. Krugler - wife


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LOGS FOR NOVEMBER 1932


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Wall Kirk Fitzpatrick ahom Gossett TD Bennett Thomas Officers Mach Southall


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1 November 1932

port everglades fla

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Fla. Time zone description, plus five. 6:00, All hands. 6:30, Ship's force carried out morning routine. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time Held boat drill. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:00 Arthur C. Crouch, (102-452) F 1c, William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 2c, and William G. Stewart, (200-077) Sea 2c, relieved as messmen this date. 9:05 Walter P. Stewart, (206-141) F 2c, William G. Stewart, (200-077), Sea 2c, and Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146) Sea 2c, assigned to duty as messmen for the month of November. 9:15 A board of investigation of which Commander L.C. Mueller is sole member met to investigate the alleged firing, upon a fishing vessel, of the Perry of Cape Canaveral, on or about 12 October, 1932. 9:18 John Stetz, (206-135) Sea 2c, returned from seven (7) days leave of absence 9:30 Quarters followed by signal drill for all hands until 9:45 and then gun drill, for gun's crews; seamanship instruction for all others. 9:37 William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM returned from sixteen (16) days leave of absence 10:00 Secured from quarters. 11:00 Officers and men received their monthly pay for the month of October. 11:35 The board of investigation of which Commander L.C. Mueller is sole member adjourned. 1:00 Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c, departed on ten (10) day's leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Article 519, Personnel Instructions. 1:20 George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c, departed on fifteen (15) day's leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. Article 519 Personnel Instructions. 1:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 2c - 9:00 Arthur C. Crouch, (102-452) F 1c, William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 2c, and William G. Stewart, (200-077) Sea 2c, relieved as messmen this date.

Arthur C. Crouch, (102-452) F 1c - 9:00 Arthur C. Crouch, (102-452) F 1c, William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 2c, and William G. Stewart, (200-077) Sea 2c, relieved as messmen this date.

William G. Stewart, (200-077) Sea 2c - 9:00 Arthur C. Crouch, (102-452) F 1c, William Pritchett, (108-561) Sea 2c, and William G. Stewart, (200-077) Sea 2c, relieved as messmen this date.

Walter P. Stewart, (206-141) F 2c - 9:05 Walter P. Stewart, (206-141) F 2c, William G. Stewart, (200-077), Sea 2c, and Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146) Sea 2c, assigned to duty as messmen for the month of November.

William G. Stewart, (200-077), Sea 2c - 9:05 Walter P. Stewart, (206-141) F 2c, William G. Stewart, (200-077), Sea 2c, and Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146) Sea 2c, assigned to duty as messmen for the month of November.

Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146) Sea 2c - 9:05 Walter P. Stewart, (206-141) F 2c, William G. Stewart, (200-077), Sea 2c, and Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146) Sea 2c, assigned to duty as messmen for the month of November.

Commander L.C. Mueller - 9:15 A board of investigation of which Commander L.C. Mueller is sole member met to investigate the alleged firing, upon a fishing vessel, of the Perry of Cape Canaveral, on or about 12 October, 1932.

John Stetz, (206-135) Sea 2c - returned from seven (7) days leave of absence

William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM - returned from sixteen (16) days leave of absence

Commander L.C. Mueller - 11:35 The board of investigation of which Commander L.C. Mueller is sole member adjourned.

Manuel C. Lewis, (106-359), QM 3c - departed on ten (10) day's leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. Article 519, Personnel Instructions.

George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c - departed on fifteen (15) day's leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. Article 519 Personnel Instructions.

8:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Wall Kirk Fitzpatrick Lewis Duane TD Bennett Thomas Off Mach Southall


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2 November 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone +5 5:45 Commander L.C. Mueller and Walter Lauer, CY(a), departed by privately owned conveyance for Orlando, Florida, in connection with the examining of witnesses relative to a board of investigation being held to inquire into and report upon the alleged firing upon a fishing boat by the Coast Guard Patrol Boat Perry, on or about 12 October, 1932, in the vicinity of Cape Canaveral, in accordance with letter Commander, FECPA, 28 October, 1932 (601-123); Commander L.C. Mueller departed from his home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:00 Held boat drill under oars for first and second divisions. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Walter Lauer, CY(a) - 5:45 Commander L.C. Mueller and Walter Lauer, CY(a), departed by privately owned conveyance for Orlando, Florida, in connection with the examining of witnesses relative to a board of investigation being held to inquire into and report upon the alleged firing upon a fishing boat by the Coast Guard Patrol Boat Perry, on or about 12 October, 1932, in the vicinity of Cape Canaveral, in accordance with letter Commander, FECPA, 28 October, 1932 (601-123); Commander L.C. Mueller departed from his home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Commander L.C. Mueller - 5:45 Commander L.C. Mueller and Walter Lauer, CY(a), departed by privately owned conveyance for Orlando, Florida, in connection with the examining of witnesses relative to a board of investigation being held to inquire into and report upon the alleged firing upon a fishing boat by the Coast Guard Patrol Boat Perry, on or about 12 October, 1932, in the vicinity of Cape Canaveral, in accordance with letter Commander, FECPA, 28 October, 1932 (601-123); Commander L.C. Mueller departed from his home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by resuscitation drill. 9:45 Sounded fire alarm. - 9:46 First water. - 9:47 Water on all hoses. 10:05 Charles W. Nagle, (107-728), Off. Std. 3c, left on ten (10) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer. 10:25 Frank H. Barnett, (100-561), GM 1c, left for temporary duty at the Naval Gun Factory, Washington, DC, in accordance with Headquarters' letter 17 October, 1932, (73-701-531). 10:30 Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 2c, returned on board having received in-patient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as a result of his own misconduct. 11:00 William E. Smith, (107-728), CMM, was honorably discharged this date upon the expiration of his enlistment. Paid to date on voucher and issued Honorable Discharge No. A-31359. One projectile for shoulder line-throwing gun lost while conducting regular semi-annual test. 1:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

Charles W. Nagle, (107-728), Off. Std. 3c - left on ten (10) days' leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer.

Frank H. Barnett, (100-561), GM 1c - left for temporary duty at the Naval Gun Factory, Washington, DC, in accordance with Headquarters' letter 17 October, 1932, (73-701-531).

Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 2c - returned on board having received in-patient treatment at Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as a result of his own misconduct.

William E. Smith, (107-728), CMM - was honorably discharged this date upon the expiration of his enlistment. Paid to date on voucher and issued Honorable Discharge No. A-31359.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Wall Kirk Fitzpatrick Lewis Duane Nagle TD Bennett Thomas Burnett Lauer Awl Nicks


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3 November 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Tome zone description plus five. * 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time except Henry J. Nicks, (216-114), Sea 1c, who is absent after the expiration of his liberty. - 12:30* Walter Lauer, (106-175), CY(a), returned on board having completed duty relative to investigation at Orlando, Florida, concerning alleged firing on fishing boat by PERRY. - Held boat drill. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

Henry J. Nicks, (216-114), Sea 1c - 8:00 All liberty party returned on time except Henry J. Nicks, (216-114), Sea 1c, who is absent after the expiration of his liberty.

Walter Lauer, (106-175), CY(a) - returned on board having completed duty relative to investigation at Orlando, Florida, concerning alleged firing on fishing boat by PERRY.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:01 Commander L.C. Mueller came on board, he having arrived at his home in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., at 12:00, midnight from Orlando, Fla., at which place the board of which he is sole member to investigate into alleged firing on a fishing craft by the PERRY had re-convened yesterday. The same board again re-convened on board this vessel. 9:30, Held quarters followed by signal drill and gun drill. 11:00 Re-enlisted William E. Smith, (107-728), as Chief Machinist's Mate, for a period of two (2) years, in the regular establishment. Service continuous. 11:45, The board of investigation, of which Commander L.C. Mueller is sole member adjourned for the day. Deck force employed in painting variously, overhauling boat gear and painting and varnishing boats. Received commissary stores from Southern Dairies, Inc. and the City Ice and Fuel Co, as per invoices. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

Commander L.C. Mueller - came on board, he having arrived at his home in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., at 12:00, midnight from Orlando, Fla., at which place the board of which he is sole member to investigate into alleged firing on a fishing craft by the PERRY had re-convened yesterday. The same board again re-convened on board this vessel.

William E. Smith, (107-728) - 11:00 Re-enlisted William E. Smith, (107-728), as Chief Machinist's Mate, for a period of two (2) years, in the regular establishment. Service continuous.

Commander L.C. Mueller - 11:45, The board of investigation, of which Commander L.C. Mueller is sole member adjourned for the day.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30, Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00am tomorrow 5:20 Machinist Leonard S. Southall reported on board for duty from in-patient treatment at the US Marine Hospital #10, Key West, Fla. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

Machinist Leonard S. Southall - reported on board for duty from in-patient treatment at the US Marine Hospital #10, Key West, Fla.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Wall Kirk Fitzpatrick Lewis Duane Nagle TD Thomas Barnett Awl Nicks Jr


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4 November 1932

port everglades fla

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Fla. Time zone description, plus five. 6:00, All hands. 6:30, Ship's force carried out morning routine 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time. Henry J Nicks, (216-114), Sea 1c, is now absent without leave from proper authority for a period of 24 hours. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Henry J Nicks, (216-114), Sea 1c - is now absent without leave from proper authority for a period of 24 hours.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flooding system and Franklin buoy releasing gear and found same to be in good working order. 9:30 Quarters followed by small arms instruction in sighting, firing and safety precautions. 9:50 Secured from small arms instruction. 10:00 Held infantry drill ashore for ships force 10:30 Infantry party returned aboard. The three (3) years special temporary enlistment of Anthony Smith (109-628), M.Att 2c, to expire this date is extended until such date that time lost due to absence in hospital own misconduct (venereal disease) is completed. Article 444(1), Personnel Instruction 1:00PM Granted ten (10) days of extension of leave, of absence, to Dwight W. Wall, (107-494), CBM, to expire before noon 17 November, 1932. Article 519, Personnel Instructions The following named men were certified to be competent to take charge of routine watches below, both at sea and in port by Chief Machinist Willard L. Jones; as of the 14 October 1932; William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM, Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c, George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c; and Arthur J. Carr, (101-806), MM 1c. Received stores for general mess from the following as per invoice; City Ice Company, Southern Dairies; A. and P. Tea Company; and Zim's Bakery. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Anthony Smith (109-628), M.Att 2c - The three (3) years special temporary enlistment of Anthony Smith (109-628), M.Att 2c, to expire this date is extended until such date that time lost due to absence in hospital own misconduct (venereal disease) is completed. Article 444(1), Personnel Instruction

Dwight W. Wall, (107-494), CBM - 1:00PM Granted ten (10) days of extension of leave, of absence, to Dwight W. Wall, (107-494), CBM, to expire before noon 17 November, 1932. Article 519, Personnel Instructions

Chief Machinist Willard L. Jones - The following named men were certified to be competent to take charge of routine watches below, both at sea and in port by Chief Machinist Willard L. Jones; as of the 14 October 1932; William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM, Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c, George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c; and Arthur J. Carr, (101-806), MM 1c.

Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c - The following named men were certified to be competent to take charge of routine watches below, both at sea and in port by Chief Machinist Willard L. Jones; as of the 14 October 1932; William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM, Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c, George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c; and Arthur J. Carr, (101-806), MM 1c.

William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM - The following named men were certified to be competent to take charge of routine watches below, both at sea and in port by Chief Machinist Willard L. Jones; as of the 14 October 1932; William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM, Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c, George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c; and Arthur J. Carr, (101-806), MM 1c.

George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c - The following named men were certified to be competent to take charge of routine watches below, both at sea and in port by Chief Machinist Willard L. Jones; as of the 14 October 1932; William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM, Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c, George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c; and Arthur J. Carr, (101-806), MM 1c.

Arthur J. Carr, (101-806), MM 1c - The following named men were certified to be competent to take charge of routine watches below, both at sea and in port by Chief Machinist Willard L. Jones; as of the 14 October 1932; William E. Smith, (109-131), CMM, Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c, George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c; and Arthur J. Carr, (101-806), MM 1c.

9:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Wall Kirk Fitzpatrick Lewis Duane Nagle TD Thomas Barnett awl Nicks


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5 November 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone +5. Performed routine duties. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time; Henry J. Nicks, (216-114), Sea 1c, is now absent without leave for a period of forty-eight (48) hours. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Henry J. Nicks, (216-114), Sea 1c - is now absent without leave for a period of forty-eight (48) hours.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:30 Commanding Officer held regular weekly inspection of vessel. 1:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 9:00AM tomorrow. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from Southern Dairies and the City Ice and Fuel Co. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Wall Kirk Fitzpatrick Lewis Duane Nagle TD Thomas Barnett


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6 November 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 1:15 Henry J. Nicks, (216-114), Sea 1c, returned on board having been absent without leave for a period of two (2) days, seventeen (17) hours, and fifteen (15) minutes. 7:00 Carried out regular Sunday morning routine. 9:00 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

Henry J. Nicks, (216-114), Sea 1c - returned on board having been absent without leave for a period of two (2) days, seventeen (17) hours, and fifteen (15) minutes.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:00, Granted liberty to the port watch until 8:00am, tomorrow. Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from the William-MacWilliams Company. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

4:00PM to Midnight. Usual routine observed. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Wall Fitzpatrick Lewis Duane Nagle TD Thomas Burnett


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7 November 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five 6:00, All hands; 6:30, Ships force carried out morning orders. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time Held boat drill. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by resuscitation drill for all hands. 11:00 The Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Henry J. Nicks Jr., (216-114), Sea 1c, who was absent without leave from proper authority for a period of two days, seventeen (17) hours and fifteen (15) minutes, and awarded him the loss of two (2) days pay for each day absent. Tested all bulkhead lanterns and found same in good working order. 11:30 Francis E. Kirk, (105-855), Sea 1c, returned from ten (10) days leave of absence on time. Received stores for general mess from following as per invoice; Southern Dairies; City Ice and Fuel Company; and Zim's Bakery. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Henry J. Nicks Jr., (216-114), Sea 1c - 11:00 The Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Henry J. Nicks Jr., (216-114), Sea 1c, who was absent without leave from proper authority for a period of two days, seventeen (17) hours and fifteen (15) minutes, and awarded him the loss of two (2) days pay for each day absent.

Francis E. Kirk, (105-855), Sea 1c - returned from ten (10) days leave of absence on time.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Wall Lewis Duane Nagle TD Thomas Barnett


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8 November 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone - plus five 5:55 Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 2c, left vessel for US Marine Hospital #10 Key West, Florida, for such inpatient treatment as may be required. Furnished transportation request # T784,488. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time; held boat drill under oars for men in special ratings. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 2c - left vessel for US Marine Hospital #10 Key West, Florida, for such inpatient treatment as may be required. Furnished transportation request # T784,488.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed fire and collision drills. 11:00 Hosmer H.A. Fitzpatrick, (103-542), Cox, returned from ten (10) days' leave. The following named men were advanced in rating this date, authority Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area letter 26 September, 1932 (701). J. Lawrence Floyd, (103-577), F 1c, to MM 2c; Vincent Janik, (105-323), WT 2c, to WT 1c. Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from City Ice and Fuel Co. 1:00 Sent Frigidaire Bubbling Fountain to Domestic Refrigerating Co. for renewal of broken cooling coil in bubbler - authority Headquarters' dispatch 3006-1320, September, 1932. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Hosmer H.A. Fitzpatrick, (103-542), Cox - returned from ten (10) days' leave.

Vincent Janik, (105-323), WT 2c - The following named men were advanced in rating this date, authority Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area letter 26 September, 1932 (701). J. Lawrence Floyd, (103-577), F 1c, to MM 2c; Vincent Janik, (105-323), WT 2c, to WT 1c.

J. Lawrence Floyd, (103-577), F 1c - The following named men were advanced in rating this date, authority Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area letter 26 September, 1932 (701). J. Lawrence Floyd, (103-577), F 1c, to MM 2c; Vincent Janik, (105-323), WT 2c, to WT 1c.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Performed routine duties. T.G. Miller, Ensign.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Wall Lewis Duane Nagle TD Thomas Barnett ahom Gossett


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9 November 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 6:00 Carried out morning routine. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. - Held boat drill. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30, Held quarters, followed by gun and signal drills. 10:00, Held infantry drill on shore, under arms. 10:45 Infantry section returned aboard. Quartermaster's held signal drill. 11:00, Hauled ship astern to berth close to PERRY, clearing regular berth for commercial vessels. 1:00, George H. Waddell, (110-652) EM 1c, left ship on ten (10) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 20 November, 1932. Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from the City Ice and Fuel Co. Deck force employed in cleaning paintwork, scrubbing masts and overhauling boats. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

PERRY - 11:00, Hauled ship astern to berth close to PERRY

George H. Waddell, (110-652) EM 1c - left ship on ten (10) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 20 November, 1932.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30, Granted liberty to the starboard watch until 8:00am, tomorrow. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Wall Lewis Duane Nagle Waddell AHOM Gossett TD Thomas Barnett


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10 November 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. 6:00; All hands. 6:30, Ships force carried out morning routine 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time. 8:45, Landed infantry party for joint drill with Section Base Six. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:25 The board of investigation of which Commander L.C. Mueller, is sole member, convened. 9:30 Quarters followed by signal drill for all hands aboard. 11:30 Infantry party returned to ship. 11:35 The board of investigation adjourned. 2:00 * Received from Coast Guard Store, South Brooklyn, New York, clothing as per invoice CGS #6071-1 and engineer's stores as per invoices #768 and #401-1. 2:05 Received from Coast Guard Radio Supply and Repair Base, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania radio supplies as per invoice RS and RB #8571. Received from Coast Guard Depot, Curtis Bay, Maryland, the following ordnance equipment; one (1) Navy Standard salvo buzzer; one (1) Navy Standard cease firing gong; and two (2) portable contact makers. Received stores for general mess from following as per invoice; The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company; and Zim's Bakery. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Commander L.C. Mueller - 9:25 The board of investigation of which Commander L.C. Mueller, is sole member, convened.

4:00PM to Midnight 8:45 Received Headquarters message 6010-1925 via telephone from Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area: Notified Commanding Officer who ordered preparations be made for getting underway and to recall all hands from liberty; made preparations for getting underway, and sent two parties ashore to recall men on liberty and sounded blasts on whistle and siren. 10:30 Vessel ready for sea and standing by. 10:45 Received information from Dr. Elliott M. Hendricks AAS that Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, who was on regular liberty was in an apparent state of insanity. As we were preparing for sea; called Commander Section Base #6 and requested that he take steps as may be necessary for Kennedy's apprehension or confinement. E.E. Fahey, Ensign.

Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c - 10:45 Received information from Dr. Elliott M. Hendricks AAS that Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, who was on regular liberty was in an apparent state of insanity. As we were preparing for sea; called Commander Section Base #6 and requested that he take steps as may be necessary for Kennedy's apprehension or confinement.

*1:40 The board of investigation of which Commander L.C. Mueller is sole member met. 2:00 The board of investigation of which Commander L.C. Mueller is sole member adjourned E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Commander L.C. Mueller - 1:40 The board of investigation of which Commander L.C. Mueller is sole member met.

Commander L.C. Mueller - 2:00 The board of investigation of which Commander L.C. Mueller is sole member adjourned


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port everglades florida

Lat 24.45, Long -79.90

*log fouled - this hour, miles unchanged. 7:00 and 8:00am.

al Wall Lewis Duane Nagle Waddell AHOM Gossett TD Thomas Barnett Absentees H.J. Smith M.A. Anderson C.S. Edelin H.E. Waters L.F. Legault H.H. Peyton B.S. Putnam P.T. Kennedy R.W. Brown


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11 November 1932

out of port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 4:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 12:30 Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler left on five (5) days' legislative furlough granted by Commanding Officer. 12:35 Unmoored and stood out of Port Everglades, Florida, on channel courses at various speeds proceeding to the assistance of the SS NORDVANGAN, reported aground on Cay Canfites, in accordance with Headquarters dispatch 6010-2355, November, 1932. * 12:59 Set course 174° pgc at 103 rpm. 1:10 Streamed log reading 3.0. 2:50 (21.7) Miami Sea buoy abeam to starboard distant 2.0 miles; changed course to 184° pgc. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler - left on five (5) days' legislative furlough granted by Commanding Officer.

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 184° pgc at 103 rpm. 4:08, (33.8) FOWEY ROCKS LIGHT abeam, distance 1 mile, changed course to 171° pgc. 5:51, (52.1) PACIFIC REEF LIGHT abeam, distance 6.5 miles. Ship's force carried out morning orders 7:00, found log fouled. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 171° pgc at 103 rpm. 9:30 (92) Changed course to 177° pgc. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal; tested magazine flood cocks and found them in good working order. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 177° pgc; speed 103 rpm. 1:00 Held quarters for muster. 1:45 (38.2) Sighted Dog Rocks bearing approximately 215° pgc; distant 6 miles. - Tested releasing gear on Franklin life buoys and found same in proper working order. 2:05 (41.0) Changed course to 349° pgc. * And so to end. *having received information that as the SS NORDVANGAN would have to be lightened before floating, the RELIEF would not need the UNALGA'S assistance. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 349° pgc at 103 rpm throughout entire watch. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 349 pgc throughout. Speed 103 rpm. 7:03, Reduced speed to one-third to effect repairs to circulating pump. 7:08, increased speed to 90 rpm. 7:37 Increased speed to 103 rpm. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight. On course 349° pgc; speed 103 rpm 9:05 (15.4) Changed course to 345° pgc. 10:00 (25.8) Fowey Rocks light abeam to port distant 6 1/2 miles; changed course to 346° pgc. 11:22 (40.2) Changed course to 0° pgc. And so to end. Issued 5 night rations to engineers force. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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11 November 1932

*12:35 The following men were left ashore as various messengers were unable to locate them: Harold J. Waters, (110-778), CGM; Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c; Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c; Harold J. Smith, (109-666), Sea 1c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c. - Machinist L.S. Southall also unable to be located and left ashore.

Harold J. Waters, (110-778), CGM - 12:35 The following men were left ashore as various messengers were unable to locate them: Harold J. Waters, (110-778), CGM; Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c; Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c; Harold J. Smith, (109-666), Sea 1c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c. - Machinist L.S. Southall also unable to be located and left ashore.

Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c - 12:35 The following men were left ashore as various messengers were unable to locate them: Harold J. Waters, (110-778), CGM; Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c; Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c; Harold J. Smith, (109-666), Sea 1c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c. - Machinist L.S. Southall also unable to be located and left ashore.

Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c - 12:35 The following men were left ashore as various messengers were unable to locate them: Harold J. Waters, (110-778), CGM; Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c; Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c; Harold J. Smith, (109-666), Sea 1c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c. - Machinist L.S. Southall also unable to be located and left ashore.

Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c - 12:35 The following men were left ashore as various messengers were unable to locate them: Harold J. Waters, (110-778), CGM; Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c; Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c; Harold J. Smith, (109-666), Sea 1c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c. - Machinist L.S. Southall also unable to be located and left ashore.

Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c - 12:35 The following men were left ashore as various messengers were unable to locate them: Harold J. Waters, (110-778), CGM; Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c; Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c; Harold J. Smith, (109-666), Sea 1c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c. - Machinist L.S. Southall also unable to be located and left ashore.

Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c - 12:35 The following men were left ashore as various messengers were unable to locate them: Harold J. Waters, (110-778), CGM; Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c; Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c; Harold J. Smith, (109-666), Sea 1c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c. - Machinist L.S. Southall also unable to be located and left ashore.

Harold J. Smith, (109-666), Sea 1c - 12:35 The following men were left ashore as various messengers were unable to locate them: Harold J. Waters, (110-778), CGM; Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c; Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c; Harold J. Smith, (109-666), Sea 1c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c. - Machinist L.S. Southall also unable to be located and left ashore.

Machinist L.S. Southall - 12:35 The following men were left ashore as various messengers were unable to locate them: Harold J. Waters, (110-778), CGM; Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c; Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c; Harold J. Smith, (109-666), Sea 1c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c. - Machinist L.S. Southall also unable to be located and left ashore.

Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c - 12:35 The following men were left ashore as various messengers were unable to locate them: Harold J. Waters, (110-778), CGM; Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c; Leo F. Legault, (106-262), PhM 1c; Boyde S. Putman, (108-597), GM 2c; Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c; Harold J. Smith, (109-666), Sea 1c; Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c; Charles S. Edelin, (103-913), Sea 1c. - Machinist L.S. Southall also unable to be located and left ashore.


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at sea straits of florida

Lat 30.0, Long 48.5

al Wall Lewis Nagle Waddell Kennedy AHOM Gossett TD Thomas Barnett


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12 November 1932

port everglades entrance buoy close aboard to starboard

Lat 19.6, Long -70.2

Midnight to 9:00AM. 12:00 (46.7) Changed course to 332° pgc; speed 103 rpm. 12:08 (48.0) Changed course to 0° pgc. 12:11 Entered Port Everglades on various courses and speeds - Port Everglades entrance buoy close aboard to starboard. Hauled in log. 12:42 Moored at regular berth in Port Everglades, Florida. 1:05 Granted liberty to crew until 8:00AM today. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. * 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. *7:00 Machinist L.S. Southall returned on board T.G. Miller, Ensign

Machinist L.S. Southall - returned on board

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:10, Harold C. Waters, (110-778) CGM reported on board from the office of the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, where he had reported at 7:30am yesterday, after missing the ship upon its departure, while he was on liberty; authority, verbal orders, Area Commander. 9:15 The following listed men reported from Section Base Six, at which unit they had reported upon expiration of liberty, yesterday, after the departure of the UNALGA for sea; letter of Commander, Section Base Six, this date (73-701): Leo F LeGualt (106-262) PhM 1c, Boyd S. Putnam (108-597) GM 2c, Henry H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 2c, Harold J. Smith (109-666) Sea 1c, Merle A. Anderson, (204-205) Sea 1c, Charles S. Edelin (103-913) Sea 1c and Roger W Brown, (101-389) MM 1c. 10:45, Held General Muster, followed by Commanding Officer's inspection 11:30, Commanding Officer granted Paul T. Kennedy (105-668) BM 1c, fifteen (15) days leave of absence, commencing 11 - November, 1932, on which date he was left ashore upon the departure of the UNALGA for sea, following a report that he had received medical treatment while ashore on liberty. 11:55, Manuel C Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c reported on board from ten days' leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date 1:00 Granted liberty to the starboard watch until 7:00am tomorrow. 3:00 Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler reported on board from leave of absence granted on 11 - November, 1932, having had 1/2 legislative furlough. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Harold C. Waters, (110-778) CGM - reported on board from the office of the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, where he had reported at 7:30am yesterday, after missing the ship upon its departure, while he was on liberty; authority, verbal orders, Area Commander.

Leo F LeGualt (106-262) PhM 1c - 9:15 The following listed men reported from Section Base Six, at which unit they had reported upon expiration of liberty, yesterday, after the departure of the UNALGA for sea; letter of Commander, Section Base Six, this date (73-701): Leo F LeGualt (106-262) PhM 1c, Boyd S. Putnam (108-597) GM 2c, Henry H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 2c, Harold J. Smith (109-666) Sea 1c, Merle A. Anderson, (204-205) Sea 1c, Charles S. Edelin (103-913) Sea 1c and Roger W Brown, (101-389) MM 1c.

Boyd S. Putnam (108-597) GM 2c - 9:15 The following listed men reported from Section Base Six, at which unit they had reported upon expiration of liberty, yesterday, after the departure of the UNALGA for sea; letter of Commander, Section Base Six, this date (73-701): Leo F LeGualt (106-262) PhM 1c, Boyd S. Putnam (108-597) GM 2c, Henry H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 2c, Harold J. Smith (109-666) Sea 1c, Merle A. Anderson, (204-205) Sea 1c, Charles S. Edelin (103-913) Sea 1c and Roger W Brown, (101-389) MM 1c.

Henry H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 2c - 9:15 The following listed men reported from Section Base Six, at which unit they had reported upon expiration of liberty, yesterday, after the departure of the UNALGA for sea; letter of Commander, Section Base Six, this date (73-701): Leo F LeGualt (106-262) PhM 1c, Boyd S. Putnam (108-597) GM 2c, Henry H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 2c, Harold J. Smith (109-666) Sea 1c, Merle A. Anderson, (204-205) Sea 1c, Charles S. Edelin (103-913) Sea 1c and Roger W Brown, (101-389) MM 1c.

Merle A. Anderson, (204-205) Sea 1c - 9:15 The following listed men reported from Section Base Six, at which unit they had reported upon expiration of liberty, yesterday, after the departure of the UNALGA for sea; letter of Commander, Section Base Six, this date (73-701): Leo F LeGualt (106-262) PhM 1c, Boyd S. Putnam (108-597) GM 2c, Henry H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 2c, Harold J. Smith (109-666) Sea 1c, Merle A. Anderson, (204-205) Sea 1c, Charles S. Edelin (103-913) Sea 1c and Roger W Brown, (101-389) MM 1c.

Harold J. Smith (109-666) Sea 1c - 9:15 The following listed men reported from Section Base Six, at which unit they had reported upon expiration of liberty, yesterday, after the departure of the UNALGA for sea; letter of Commander, Section Base Six, this date (73-701): Leo F LeGualt (106-262) PhM 1c, Boyd S. Putnam (108-597) GM 2c, Henry H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 2c, Harold J. Smith (109-666) Sea 1c, Merle A. Anderson, (204-205) Sea 1c, Charles S. Edelin (103-913) Sea 1c and Roger W Brown, (101-389) MM 1c.

Roger W Brown, (101-389) MM 1c - 9:15 The following listed men reported from Section Base Six, at which unit they had reported upon expiration of liberty, yesterday, after the departure of the UNALGA for sea; letter of Commander, Section Base Six, this date (73-701): Leo F LeGualt (106-262) PhM 1c, Boyd S. Putnam (108-597) GM 2c, Henry H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 2c, Harold J. Smith (109-666) Sea 1c, Merle A. Anderson, (204-205) Sea 1c, Charles S. Edelin (103-913) Sea 1c and Roger W Brown, (101-389) MM 1c.

Charles S. Edelin (103-913) Sea 1c - 9:15 The following listed men reported from Section Base Six, at which unit they had reported upon expiration of liberty, yesterday, after the departure of the UNALGA for sea; letter of Commander, Section Base Six, this date (73-701): Leo F LeGualt (106-262) PhM 1c, Boyd S. Putnam (108-597) GM 2c, Henry H. Peyton, (108-365) QM 2c, Harold J. Smith (109-666) Sea 1c, Merle A. Anderson, (204-205) Sea 1c, Charles S. Edelin (103-913) Sea 1c and Roger W Brown, (101-389) MM 1c.

Paul T. Kennedy (105-668) BM 1c - 11:30, Commanding Officer granted Paul T. Kennedy (105-668) BM 1c, fifteen (15) days leave of absence, commencing 11 - November, 1932, on which date he was left ashore upon the departure of the UNALGA for sea, following a report that he had received medical treatment while ashore on liberty.

Manuel C Lewis, (106-359) QM 3c - reported on board from ten days' leave of absence, expiring at noon, this date

Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler - reported on board from leave of absence granted on 11 - November, 1932, having had 1/2 legislative furlough.

4:00PM to Midnight 10:05 Removed Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c, to Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, after examination of his left ankle by Dr. Elliott M. Hendricks, AAS. Diagnosis; probable fracture of fibula. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c - 10:05 Removed Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c, to Memorial Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, after examination of his left ankle by Dr. Elliott M. Hendricks, AAS. Diagnosis; probable fracture of fibula.


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port everglades florida

Lat 26.77, Long -80.00

al Wall Lewis Nagle Kennedy ahom Gossett TD Thomas Barnett ah Thomason


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13 November 1932

st lucie shoal lighted whistle buoy abeam to port distant 19 miles

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. * Carried out usual Sunday routine. Also, preparing to get underway. 7:00, Liberty party all returned on time. 7:50, Reedal Ogilvie, (216-200), RM 2c, left ship on three days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer, to expire before noon, 16 November, 1932. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Reedal Ogilvie, (216-200), RM 2c - left ship on three days leave of absence granted by the commanding officer, to expire before noon, 16 November, 1932.

8:00AM to Meridian 8:07 Unmoored and stood out of Port Everglades, Florida, on various courses and speeds. 8:20 Streamed log *; Port Everglades sea buoy close aboard to starboard set course 18° pgc at standard speed 108 rpm. 8:20 Hillsboro Light abeam to port, distant 3.2 miles, changed course to 1° pgc. 10:40 Passed unidentified 75-foot patrol boat to port about 2 1/2 miles distant. 12:00 Lake Worth Inlet Entrance buoy abeam to port, distant 1.8 miles. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. *reading 50.0 E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 1° pgc; speed 108 rpm. 12:57 (98.0) Jupiter Inlet lighthouse abeam to port distant 5 miles; changed course to 350° pgc. 1:05 (98.5) Changed course to 345° pgc. 3:43 (26.2) St. Lucie Shoal lighted whistle buoy abeam to port distant 1.9 miles; changed course to 353° pgc. And so to end. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 353° pgc at 108 rpm. 5:47 Bethel Shoal gas and whistle buoy abeam to port distant 1.6 miles; changed course to 349° pgc. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 349° pgc at 108 rpm. 6:15, changed course to 350° pgc. Chester McP Anderson, Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight. On course 350° pgc; speed 108 rpm. 10:18 Cape Canaveral light abeam to port distant 14.2 miles. 11:15 (7.4) Hetzel Shoal lighted whistle buoy abeam to port distant 3 miles; changed course to 333° pgc. And so to end. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign

*2:00, George H. Waddell, (110-652), EM 1c, reported on board, having been recalled from leave of absence, he having had (3) three days' leave of ten (10) granted

George H. Waddell, (110-652), EM 1c - reported on board, having been recalled from leave of absence, he having had (3) three days' leave of ten (10) granted


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jacksonville florida

Lat 29.97, Long -81.07

*Distance according to rpm.

al Wall Ogilvie Nagle Kennedy Duane ahom Gossett TD Thomas Barnett ah Thomason


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14 November 1932

into st johns river

Lat 47.5, Long -52.7

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 333° pgc at 108 rpm. Time Zone Plus Five. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00 On course 333° pgc at 108 rpm, throughout. 6:00 All hands; 6:30 Ships' force carried out morning routine. 8:00 SAINT AUGUSTINE INLET LIGHTHOUSE, abeam, distance 11.8 miles Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

8:00AM to Meridian On course 333° pgc; speed 108 rpm. 9:59 (24.0) Sighted St. John's lightvessel bearing approximately north; changed course to 4° pgc. 10:30 (31.4) Changed course to 310° pgc. 10:45 (32.2) St. John's lightvessel abeam to starboard distant 1.2 miles. 10:58 (34.2) St Johns River entrance buoy close aboard to starboard. Hauled in log. Steered channel courses into St. John's River. And so to end. - Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On channel courses at 108 rpm standing up St. John's River. 1:00 Held quarters followed by general quarters. 1:08 Sounded fire alarm. 1:08 2/3 First water. 1:09 1/3 Water on all hoses. 1:11 Sounded collision alarm. 1:13 1/2 Collision mat in place. 1:35 Moored starboard side to dock at Merrill-Steven's Dry Dock and Repair Co., Jacksonville, Florida. Draft forward, 11 ft., 6 in.; aft, 14 ft, 5 in. 3:00 Commanding Officer conferred with representatives of the Merrill-Stevens Dry Dock and Repair Co and the Submarine Signal Company concerning repairs to be effected. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Performed routine duties. T.G. Miller, Ensign.


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jacksonville florida

Lat -17.7, Long 168.3

al Ogilvie Nagle Kennedy Duane Ahom Gossett TD Thomas Barnett ah Thomason


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15 November 1932

jacksonville florida

Lat -17.7, Long 168.3

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Merrill-Stevens Dry Dock and Repair Company, Jacksonville, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. * 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. Dwight W Wall, (107-494), CBM, returned from eighteen (18) days' leave of absence. 8:55 Representative of Submarine Signal Company came on board to install "Fathometer". *7:30 Thirteen (13) yard workmen came on board to commence overhaul. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

Dwight W Wall, (107-494), CBM - returned from eighteen (18) days' leave of absence.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30, Held quarters, followed by gun and Signal drills. 9:30 Payclerk (T) P.A. Krugler reported to a board of Medical Officers convened this date at the USPHS Relief Station, Jacksonville Florida for physical examination in accordance with H/L, dated 28 October, 1932, (72-521). Ship's force employed in general overhaul work throughout the day, painting waterways, boat spans and guys, scraping ladders and varnished gear. Lifted guns and inspected bearing pads; condition satisfactory. Yard force continued throughout day towards completion of repairs items accepted from bids dated 7 October, 1932. 2:00 USS TAYLOR stood in and moored upstream. 4:00 Yard force finished work for day. Quartermasters held signal drill. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

Payclerk (T) P.A. Krugler - reported to a board of Medical Officers convened this date at the USPHS Relief Station, Jacksonville Florida for physical examination in accordance with H/L, dated 28 October, 1932, (72-521).

USS TAYLOR - stood in and moored upstream.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30: Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c, left ship on five (5) days' leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 21 November, 1932, authority, Article 519, Regulations. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c - left ship on five (5) days' leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer, to expire before noon, 21 November, 1932, authority, Article 519, Regulations.


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jacksonville florida

Lat -17.7, Long 168.3

al Nagle Kennedy Duane Peyton Ahom Gossett TD Thomas Barnett


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16 November 1932

jacksonville florida

Lat -17.7, Long 168.3

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Merrill-Stevens shipyard, Jacksonville, Florida. Time zone description, plus five 4:50, Raymond G. Thomason (110-260), Y 3c, reported on board from Section Base Six for resumption of regular duty, reference letter Commander Base Six, dated 15 November, 1932 (73). 6:00, All hands. 6:30, Ships' force carried out morning orders. 7:30 Yard force came on board and resumed work on repair items. 8:00 Liberty party all returned on time. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Raymond G. Thomason (110-260), Y 3c - reported on board from Section Base Six for resumption of regular duty, reference letter Commander Base Six, dated 15 November, 1932 (73).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by resuscitation drill. 10:00 Secured from resuscitation drill and held boat drill for First Division. 10:45 Secured from boat drill. Ship's force engaged in painting waterways; davit guys, spans; scraping and varnishing ladders; and overhauling guns. Yard force continued throughout day towards completion of repairs; items accepted from bids dated 7 October, 1932. 11:25 Reedal Ogilvie, (216-200), RM 2c, reported aboard from three (3) days leave on time. 12:50 Received Headquarter's despatch 2016-1220; via Western Union, authorizing caulking of well deck, at reduced cosgt, with one thread oakum instead of two threads oakum and one thread of cotton as provided in original specifications. This authority was requested in Unalga despatch 2015-1830, via Western Union, as the caulking in the well deck was found to be in good condition. 3:00 Reedal Ogilvie, (216-200), RM 2c, was transferred this date to Section Base Twenty in accordance with letter, Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 15 November, 1932 (73-701), and Commanding Officer letter, Unalga, 16 November, 1932 (73-701). Received engineer's stores, as per invoice #6192, from US Navy Supply Depot, Sewalls Point, Virginia. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Reedal Ogilvie, (216-200), RM 2c - reported aboard from three (3) days leave on time.

Reedal Ogilvie, (216-200), RM 2c - was transferred this date to Section Base Twenty in accordance with letter, Commander Florida East Coast Patrol Area, 15 November, 1932 (73-701), and Commanding Officer letter, Unalga, 16 November, 1932 (73-701).

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to the port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. E.E. Fahehy, Ensign


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jacksonville florida

Lat -17.7, Long 168.3

al Peyton Nagle Kennedy Duane Ahom Gossett TD Thomas Barnett


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17 November 1932

jacksonville florida

Lat -17.7, Long 168.3

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before, at Merrill-Stevens shipyard, Jacksonville, Florida. Time Zone Plus Five. Made preparations for drydocking. 7:25 Merrill-Steven's tugs "Cherokee" and "Eleanor" standing by to tow "Unalga" to ways. 7:50 Being maneuvered by tugs into drydock; not using "Unalga's" engines. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:37 Ship on ways *; draft forward 11'6", aft 14'5". Yard force resumed work on repair items at 7:30AM. *Touched forward and aft at same time;. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

"Eleanor" - 7:25 Merrill-Steven's tugs "Cherokee" and "Eleanor" standing by to tow "Unalga" to ways.

"Cherokee" - 7:25 Merrill-Steven's tugs "Cherokee" and "Eleanor" standing by to tow "Unalga" to ways.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters for muster. Drills omitted due to drydocking. 11:20 Ship and dock clear of water. Ship's force employed rousing out anchor cable and preparing to overhaul same. Yard workmen employed cleaning and scraping ship's bottom and in other regular repairs items. Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from the Seybold Baking Company. 1:00 Hull board convened in accordance with art 1931, regulations. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Performed routine duties. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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jacksonville florida

Lat -17.7, Long 168.3

al Nagle Kennedy Duane Peyton Ahom Gossett TD Thomas Barnett


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18 November 1932

jacksonville florida

Lat -17.7, Long 168.3

Midnight to 9:00AM. On drydock as before at the Merrill-Stevens Dry Dock and Repair Co., Jacksonville, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 7:30 Yard force came on board and resumed work on repair items. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Conducted fornightly powder tests. Flood cock not tested as vessel is dry. Ships force employed in overhauling ground tackle, windlass, scraping pitch in well-deck and in painting chain locker. Yard force continued throughout day towards completion of repair items. 1:00, Held quarters. Drills omitted because of overhaul and repair work. 2:00, Patrol boat EAGLE stood in and moored at Merrill-Stevens dock for repairs. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from the Fernandina Cash Grocery and Market Co., and the Seybold Baking Co. 3:00, The Officer-in-charge, EAGLE, called upon the Commanding Officer. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

Patrol boat EAGLE - stood in and moored at Merrill-Stevens dock for repairs.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30, Granted liberty to the port watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.


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jacksonville florida

Lat -17.7, Long 168.3

al Kennedy Nagle Duane Peyton Ahom Gossett TD Thomas Barnett


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19 November 1932

jacksonville florida

Lat -17.7, Long 168.3

Midnight to 9:00AM. On dry-dock as before, at plant of Merrill-Stevens Drydock and Repair Co., Jacksonville, Florida. 6:00, All hands, Ship's force carried out morning orders. 7:30, Yard force resumed repair work. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:30 The Commanding Officer made weekly inspection of vessel 3:50 Stationed men at all sea cocks and magazine flood valve; yard force started flooding dry dock. Yard force engaged in repair items and painting vessel; installing zincs and working on escape hatch on well deck. Ships force engaged rousing in anchor cable, painting vessel and preparing stations for inspection. The following amounts of paint were used in painting ships bottom and water line; (24 1/2 gallons anti fouling; 24 gallons anti-corrosive; and 3 1/2 gallons of boat topping. Three hundred sixty nine (369) pounds of zinc removed from spare set on board was installed on rudder, rudder post and strainers. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight 4:26 Stern afloat. 4:28 Bow afloat 5:02 Being maneuvered to dock by tugs "Cherokee" and "Eleanor". 5:50 Moored alongside end of pier of Merrill-Stevens Drydock and Repair Company; granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

"Cherokee" - 5:02 Being maneuvered to dock by tugs "Cherokee" and "Eleanor".

"Eleanor" - 5:02 Being maneuvered to dock by tugs "Cherokee" and "Eleanor".


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jacksonville florida

Lat -17.7, Long 168.3

al Kennedy Duane Nagle Peyton Ahom Gossett TD Barnett Thomas


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20 November 1932

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored at, Meritt-Stevens Drydock and Repair Company, shipyard. Time Zone Plus Five 9:00 Liberty party returned on time. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. 10:00* Water Lighter #2 from Florida Fresh Water Co. brought alongside. 10:37 Started receiving water from lighter. 12:40 Finished taking water from lighter having received 15,200 gallons fresh water. *10:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Observed Sabbath. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. - Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c, now on five (5) days' leave of absence is, this date, is granted an extension of one (1) day:- due back before noon 22 November, 1932. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c - now on five (5) days' leave of absence is, this date, is granted an extension of one (1) day:- due back before noon 22 November, 1932.


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jacksonville florida

Lat -17.7, Long 168.3

al Kennedy Duane Nagle Peyton ahom Gossett TD Barnett Thomas


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21 November 1932

jacksonville florida

Lat -17.7, Long 168.3

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Merrill-Stevens Dry Dock and Repair co., Jacksonville, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 7:30 Yard force resumed repair work. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal 9:30, Held quarters, followed by signal drill and machine gun instruction. Yard force continued throughout day towards completion of repair items. Completed installation of Fathometer and commenced tests of same. Deck force employed in side cleaning and in clearing and cleaning up after repair work. 11:50, The EAGLE departed from port, having completed drydocking and minor repairs. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from the Seybold Baking Co and the Wilson Co. Quartermasters held signal drill. Delivered one GR type indicator (#272), one batter box and two pair microphones to Mr Gunn, representative, Submarine Signal Co., reference Headquarter's dispatch 8005-1113, current month. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

EAGLE - 11:50, The EAGLE departed from port, having completed drydocking and minor repairs.

4:00PM to 8:00PM. 4:30, Granted liberty to the starboard watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 6:15, Machinist Leonard S. Southall left ship to report to the Marine Hospital, Savannah, Georgia, for in-patient treatment, upon recommendation Officer in Charge, US Public Health Relief Station, Jacksonville, Florida, Art. 2153, Regulations. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

Machinist Leonard S. Southall - left ship to report to the Marine Hospital, Savannah, Georgia, for in-patient treatment, upon recommendation Officer in Charge, US Public Health Relief Station, Jacksonville, Florida, Art. 2153, Regulations.

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Merrill-Stevens Dry Dock and Repair co., Jacksonville, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 7:30 Yard force resumed repair work. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal 9:30, Held quarters, followed by signal drill and machine gun instruction. Yard force continued throughout day towards completion of repair items. Completed installation of Fathometer and commenced tests of same. Deck force employed in side cleaning and in clearing and cleaning up after repair work. 11:50, The EAGLE departed from port, having completed drydocking and minor repairs. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from the Seybold Baking Co and the Wilson Co. Quartermasters held signal drill. Delivered one GR type indicator (#272), one batter box and two pair microphones to Mr Gunn, representative, Submarine Signal Co., reference Headquarter's dispatch 8005-1113, current month. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

EAGLE - 11:50, The EAGLE departed from port, having completed drydocking and minor repairs.

4:00PM to 8:00PM. 4:30, Granted liberty to the starboard watch until 8:00am tomorrow. 6:15, Machinist Leonard S. Southall left ship to report to the Marine Hospital, Savannah, Georgia, for in-patient treatment, upon recommendation Officer in Charge, US Public Health Relief Station, Jacksonville, Florida, Art. 2153, Regulations. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

Machinist Leonard S. Southall - left ship to report to the Marine Hospital, Savannah, Georgia, for in-patient treatment, upon recommendation Officer in Charge, US Public Health Relief Station, Jacksonville, Florida, Art. 2153, Regulations.


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jacksonville florida

Lat 29.63, Long -81.02

al Kennedy Duane Nagle ahom Gossett TD Barnett Thomas

oil: 24,404 - Fuel oil Received 24,404 Expended 2,683 On hand 47315


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22 November 1932

down st johns river

Lat 47.5, Long -52.7

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at plant of Merrill-Stevens Drydock and Repair Co., Jacksonville, Florida. Time zone description, plus five. 12:01, Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c, reported on board from leave of absence and extension thereof expiring at noon, this date. 6:00, All hands. 6:30, Ships force carried out morning orders 6:45, Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from the Seybold Baking Co. 7:30, Yard force on board to complete repairs. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time. 8:30, Completed repair work. All yard force left ship. Preparing to get underway. 8:55, Underway. Stood down St. John's River, on various courses and speeds; standing towards Standard Oil Co.'s dock. Mr. O.E. Gunn, representative of the Submarine Signal Co. embarked as a passenger, to conduct final tests and calibration of Fathometer equipment. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

Henry H. Peyton, (108-365), QM 3c - reported on board from leave of absence and extension thereof expiring at noon, this date.

Mr. O.E. Gunn - Mr. O.E. Gunn, representative of the Submarine Signal Co. embarked as a passenger, to conduct final tests and calibration of Fathometer equipment.

9:00AM to 2:00PM. Standing down St. John's River on various courses at 103 rpm. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:20 Reduced speed and stood in toward Standard Oil Company's Docks. 9:33 Moored at oil dock of Standard Oil Company of Kentucky, Jacksonville, Florida; draft forward 11'9", draft aft 14'1". 10:25 Started fueling. 11:22 Dwight W. Wall, (107-494), CBM, left ship on three (3) days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 12:50 Finished fueling; draft forward 13'0", draft aft 14'2"; * 1:00 Quarters followed by resuscitation drill. 1:20 Heaved vessel astern. 1:59 Unmoored and stood down St. Johns River on various courses and speeds. *fuel recieved was 22,155 gallons, bunker A, fuel oil. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Dwight W. Wall, (107-494), CBM - left ship on three (3) days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.

oil: 22,155 gallons - fuel recieved was 22,155 gallons, bunker A, fuel oil.

2:00PM to 4:00PM. As before, standing down St. John's River on various courses. 2:05 Standard speed set at 108 rpm. And so throughout watch. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. Standing out mouth St. Johns River at 108 rpm. 4:00 Streamed log reading 36.0 4:13 St. Johns entrance buoy close aboard to port; changed course to 160° pgc and so to end. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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22 November 1932

flagler beach aero beacon abeam to starboard distant approximately 9 miles

Lat -4.6, Long 55.5

CONTINUED

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 160° pgc at 108 rpm. 6:31 (66.1) SAINT AUGUSTINE INLET LIGHT abeam, distance 5 miles. 6:39 (68.0) changed course to 152 pgc. 7:04, (73.9), changed course to 153° pgc. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 153° pgc at 108 rpm. 8:15 (89.4) Flagler Beach Aero Beacon abeam to starboard distant approximately 9 miles. 10:00 (12.4) Changed course to 159° pgc. 10:29 (18.4) Changed course to 153° pgc. 10:32 (19.0) Changed course to 150° pgc. 10:49 (24.6) Changed course to 135° pgc. 11:04 (26.8) Changed course to 122° pgc. And so to end. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. T.G. Miller, Ensign.


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port everglades florida

Lat 27.08, Long -80.07

al Kennedy Duane Nagle Wall ahom Gossett TD Barnett Thomas


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23 November 1932

hillsboro lighthouse abeam to starboard distant 1 12 miles

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. On course 122° pgc at 108 rpm. Time Zone Plus Five. 1:00 Stopped took sounding; bottom at 19 1/2 fathoms, shells, gray sand with black specks. 1:09 Standard speed ahead. 2:06 Changed course to 144° pgc; found log line had parted and rotor lost. 3:00 Stopped to take sounding; no bottom at 50 fathoms. 3:20 Standard speed, 108 rpm on course 169° pgc. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00PM. On course 160° pgc at 108 rpm. 4:16, changed course to 179° pgc. 6:00, All hands. 6:30, Ship's force carried out morning orders. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 179° pgc at 108 rpm. 8:14 Changed course to 186° pgc. 9:00 (50.5) Streamed log. 9:15 (53.5) Changed course to 215° pgc. 9:29 (55.0) Changed course to 186° pgc. 11:45 Hauled in log reading (82.6). 11:54 Stopped to take sounding and adjust "FATHOMETER". - And so to end. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. Stopped - checking Fathometer with hand line readings in fathoms. 12:08 Underway on course 186° pgc at 108 rpm. 12:15 Streamed log (80.5). 1:00 Quarters followed by infantry drill and etiquette and signal drill. 1:00 Changed course to 177° pgc. 2:00 Lake Worth Inlet buoy abeam to starboard distant four tenths miles. 3:05 (17.1) Changed course to 186° pgc. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight. On course 186° pgc at 108 rpm. 5:10 (43.5) Hillsboro lighthouse abeam to starboard distant 1 1/2 miles. Changed course to 188° pgc. 5:55 Hauled in log reading 52.2. - 6:07 Port Everglades entrance buoy close aboard to starboard steered various courses at various speeds into Port Everglades. 6:27 Moored port side to regular berth in Port Everglades, Florida. - 6:40 Granted regular liberty to port watch until 9:00AM tomorrow. Lieutenant Chester M. Anderson left on four (4) days' legislative furlough granted by Commanding Officer. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

Lieutenant Chester M. Anderson - left on four (4) days' legislative furlough granted by Commanding Officer.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Kennedy Duane Nagle Wall ahom Gossett TD Barnett Thomas


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24 November 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before in Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 7:00 Called all hands and carried out holiday morning routine. 7:05 Commenced winding ship. - 8:40 Completed winding ship and moored starboard side to dock in regular berth. 9:00 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 10:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Observing Thanksgiving Day. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

4:00PM to Midnight Routine Duties performed. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Kennedy Wall ahom Gossett TD Barnett Thomas


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25 November 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone Description plus five. Carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time, held infantry drill ashore under arms. 8:40 George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c; reported on board from fifteen (15) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer, having reported at Section Base Six 12:30PM November 17, 1932. 8:45 Charles W. Nagle, (107-728), Off Std 3c; reported on board from ten (10) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, having reported at Section Base Six at 11:45AM November 13, 1932. 9:00 Tested Magazine flood cock and Franklin life buoy, condition satisfactory. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

George P. Duane, (103-079), MM 1c - reported on board from fifteen (15) days leave of absence, granted by Commanding Officer, having reported at Section Base Six 12:30PM November 17, 1932.

Charles W. Nagle, (107-728), Off Std 3c - reported on board from ten (10) days leave of absence granted by Commanding Officer, having reported at Section Base Six at 11:45AM November 13, 1932.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; condition dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by general quarters; simulated short range battle practice. 9:50 Secured from general quarters. 9:51 Sounded alarm for collision amidships, port side 9:55 Mat in place; secured from collision drill. 9:58 Sounded alarm for fire aft. 9:58:45 First water. 9:59:00 Water on all lines. 10:00 Secured from drills. 10:55 Received stores from Coast Guard Store, 58th Street and 1st Ave., South Brooklyn, New York as per invoices CGS #1376 and CGS #1372. Crew engaged in clamping down, carrying stores and scrubbing paint work on superstructure. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight 4:15 Tested Lyle line throwing gun, distance 81 yards. 4:30 Granted liberty to the port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Kennedy ahom Gossett TD Barnett Thomas


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26 November 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone Plus Five. Performed morning routine duties. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:05 Held boat drill under oars for men in special ratings. 8:45 Secured from boat drill. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. 10:30 Commanding Officer held weekly inspection of vessel. 11:35 Dwight W. Wall, (107-494), CBM, returned from three (3) days' leave of absence. Received gunnery stores on Government Bill of Lading #898209-33, Navy Invoice #442, from Navy Yard, Washington, DC. Received 50 gallons of kerosene from the Standard Oil Company. Received 2 drums lubricating oil, Navy Symbol #4065 and 1 drum lubricating oil, Navy Symbol #2190 from the Sinclair Oil Company. Received commissary stores, as per invoices, from Southern Dairies and the Table Supply Company. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Dwight W. Wall, (107-494), CBM - returned from three (3) days' leave of absence.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. - Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, whose 15 days' leave of absence expired at noon this date is reported ill at home and receiving medical attention from E.M. Hendricks, AA Surgeon, USPHS. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c - whose 15 days' leave of absence expired at noon this date is reported ill at home and receiving medical attention from E.M. Hendricks, AA Surgeon, USPHS.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Kennedy ahom Gossett TD Barnett Thomas


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27 November 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 7:00 Called all hands and carried out Sunday morning routine. 9:00 All liberty party returned on time. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. 10:00 Granted liberty to Port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Observing the Sabbath. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

4:00PM to Midnight. Performed routine Duties 10:45 CG 109 stood in from sea with small motor launch in tow and tied same up to North side of dock. 11:00 CG 109 left dock and stod out to sea. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

CG 109 - stood in from sea with small motor launch in tow and tied same up to North side of dock.

CG 109 - left dock and stod out to sea.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

al Kennedy ahom Gossett TD Barnett Thomas


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28 November 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone Description plus five. Carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Crew preparing to heave starboard Anchor chain on dock. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by general quarters, simulated short range target practice. 9:40 Secured from general quarters; sounded alarm for collision on port bow. 9:43 Mat in place; secured from collision drill. 9:48 Sounded alarm for fire aft. 9:48:40 Water on first line. 9:49:20 Water on all lines. 10:00 Secured from drills. 10:35 Held boat drill under oars for men in special ratings. 11:05 Secured from boat drill. 11:30 M.A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c, suffered a lacerated and probably fractured ring finger of the left hand; while rousing out the starboard anchor chain his hand became wedged between the handle of the chain hook and the hawse pipe cover when the slack in the chain on deck was suddenly taken up by the men on the pier. Received commissary stores from the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company as per invoice. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

M.A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c - suffered a lacerated and probably fractured ring finger of the left hand; while rousing out the starboard anchor chain his hand became wedged between the handle of the chain hook and the hawse pipe cover when the slack in the chain on deck was suddenly taken up by the men on the pier.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

asl Kennedy ahom Gossett TD Barnett Thomas


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29 November 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone Plus Five 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:15 Held boat drill under oars for Third Division 8:50 Secured from boat drill. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters. - 9:32 Passed word for all hands to take stations to abandon ship. 9:41 All boats equipped and ready for lowering. * Held clothing inspection. 10:54 Lieutenant Chester M. Anderson returned from three and one half (3 1/2) days' legistlative furlough. 1:00 Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c, and Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c, left on five (5) days' leave of absence each, granted by Commanding Officer. 3:45 Edward E. Brown, (101-348), CM 1c, and Henry T. Harllee, (201-053), Sea 1c, received dental treatment at office of Dr. H.T. Matthews, contract dentist. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Zim's Bakery. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Lieutenant Chester M. Anderson - returned from three and one half (3 1/2) days' legistlative furlough.

Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c - 1:00 Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c, and Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c, left on five (5) days' leave of absence each, granted by Commanding Officer.

Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c - 1:00 Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c, and Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c, left on five (5) days' leave of absence each, granted by Commanding Officer.

Henry T. Harllee, (201-053), Sea 1c - 3:45 Edward E. Brown, (101-348), CM 1c, and Henry T. Harllee, (201-053), Sea 1c, received dental treatment at office of Dr. H.T. Matthews, contract dentist.

Edward E. Brown, (101-348), CM 1c - 3:45 Edward E. Brown, (101-348), CM 1c, and Henry T. Harllee, (201-053), Sea 1c, received dental treatment at office of Dr. H.T. Matthews, contract dentist.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Observed usual routine. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

*but not lowered due to ship being alongside dock. **9:51 Sounded alarm for man-overboard. 9:52 1/2 Surfboat put in water. 9:54 1/2 Buoy was recovered. - 9:57 Boat came alongside. 10:00 1/2 Boat was hoisted and secured.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

asl Kennedy ahom Gossett AL Thomason M.A. Anderson TD Barnett Thomas


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30 November 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 6:00 Called all hands and carried out morning routine. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. Held boat drill. T.G. Miller, Ensign.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples. Conditions dry and normal. Conducted monthly smokeless powder test. 9:30, Held quarters, followed by Resuscitation Drill. Ship's force employed in painting variously, tarring down main rigging, overhauling steering chairs, and in rousing starboard anchor chain on board. Received commissary stores from the Great A. and P Tea C., the Williams-McWilliams Co and Zim's Bakery. Received item #60, Requisition CGS 1372 from Coast Guard Store. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:30, granted liberty to the starboard watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.


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Leo C. Mueller Commander - 1101 SE 6th street, Fort Lauderdale, Fla Mrs. Lynne G. Mueller, wife. (Phone 485-W)

John P. Crowley Lieutenant - 1126 SE 7th street, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Hazel P. Crowley, wife (Phone 431-J)

Chester M. Anderson Lieutenant. - 511 SE 9th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Helen M. Anderson, wife. (P

Edmund E. Fahey Ensign - Resides on board. Mrs. Grace A. Fahey wife, 3 West Mystic Ave; Mystic, Conn.

True G. Miller Ensign - Resides on board. Mrs. Margarett Miller, mother, PO Box #44, Navy Yard, Charleston, SC.

Willard L. Jones Chief Machinist - Towers Apartments, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Virginia K. Jones

Peder M. Pedersen Boatswain - 708 SE 6th Court, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs Grace Pedersen, wife

Leonard S. Southall Machinist - At US Marine Hospital, Savannah, Ga. Mrs. Leona Southall, wife, 105 NE 16th Terrace, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Philip A. Krugler Pay Clerk (T) - 328 SW 20th street, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Mary A. Krugler, wife.


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LOGS FOR DECEMBER 1932


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Asl Kennedy Ahom Gossett AL Thomason M.L. Anderson Rainey TD Barnett Thomas Officers ah Mach Southall


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1 December 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida; time zone description, plus five 6:00, All hands. 6:30, Ship's force carried out morning orders. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time Held boat drill for seaman branch. The following men were detailed as messmen for the month of December, relieving the November detail:- John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c; Raleigh C Elliot, (200-146), Sea 2c; and Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c. Chester McP anderson Lieut.

John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c - The following men were detailed as messmen for the month of December, relieving the November detail:- John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c; Raleigh C Elliot, (200-146), Sea 2c; and Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c.

Raleigh C Elliot, (200-146), Sea 2c - The following men were detailed as messmen for the month of December, relieving the November detail:- John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c; Raleigh C Elliot, (200-146), Sea 2c; and Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c.

Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c - The following men were detailed as messmen for the month of December, relieving the November detail:- John Stetz, (206-135), Sea 2c; Raleigh C Elliot, (200-146), Sea 2c; and Walter P. Stewart, (206-141), F 2c.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Quarters followed by infantry drill ashore for landing force and signal and seamanship instruction for all others. 9:48 The "Perry" stood in at moored at south dock. 10:30 Officers and enlisted personnel received their pay for the month of November. 1:30 Granted liberty to the port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. 2:10 John W. Garthwright, (105-786), WT 2c, departed on thirty (30) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 3:00 G.H. Waddell, Jr., (110-652), EM 1c, departed in charge of Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, for US Marine Hospital No 20, Savannah, Georgia. Both to report to the Medical Officer in Charge for in-patient treatment as may be required and both were furnished with Transportation Requests No T-748-490 and No T-748-491 to cover transportation from Fort Lauderdale, Florida to Savannah, Georgia. Article 488 (3)(a), Pay and Supply Instructions. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

"Perry" - 9:48 The "Perry" stood in at moored at south dock.

John W. Garthwright, (105-786), WT 2c - departed on thirty (30) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer.

G.H. Waddell, Jr., (110-652), EM 1c - 3:00 G.H. Waddell, Jr., (110-652), EM 1c, departed in charge of Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, for US Marine Hospital No 20, Savannah, Georgia. Both to report to the Medical Officer in Charge for in-patient treatment as may be required and both were furnished with Transportation Requests No T-748-490 and No T-748-491 to cover transportation from Fort Lauderdale, Florida to Savannah, Georgia. Article 488 (3)(a), Pay and Supply Instructions.

Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c - 3:00 G.H. Waddell, Jr., (110-652), EM 1c, departed in charge of Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668), BM 1c, for US Marine Hospital No 20, Savannah, Georgia. Both to report to the Medical Officer in Charge for in-patient treatment as may be required and both were furnished with Transportation Requests No T-748-490 and No T-748-491 to cover transportation from Fort Lauderdale, Florida to Savannah, Georgia. Article 488 (3)(a), Pay and Supply Instructions.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Waddell Kennedy ahom Gossett al Thomason Anderson Garthwright Rainey TD Barnett Thomas Off ah Mach Southall


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2 December 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone Plus Five. 12:05 Ensign T.G. Miller left on two (2) days legislative furlough and four (4) days administrative furlough or a total of six (6) days furlough granted by the Commanding Officer. 8:00 Liberty party returned to ship on time. 8:00 Held boat drill under oars for Engineer's Force. Made fortnightly smokeless powder tests; tested magazine flood cock and releasing gear of Franklin life buoy and found same in good working order; condition of magazine dry and normal. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Ensign T.G. Miller - left on two (2) days legislative furlough and four (4) days administrative furlough or a total of six (6) days furlough granted by the Commanding Officer.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 9:30 Held Quarters followed by Gun and Signal Drill. 10:00 Piped down from all drills. * 1:00 Granted liberty to the starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Crew engaged in general field day. *11:30 USS Perry CG left dock and stood out to sea. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

USS Perry CG - left dock and stood out to sea.

4:00PM to Midnight. 7:35 USS Perry CG stood in from sea and moored at regular berth. 9:10 Mr Owen Gunn, Representative of the Submarine Signal Company of Boston, Massachussett left ship, having completed instalation of Fathometer. Performed routine duties. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

USS Perry CG - stood in from sea and moored at regular berth.

Mr Owen Gunn - 9:10 Mr Owen Gunn, Representative of the Submarine Signal Company of Boston, Massachussett left ship, having completed instalation of Fathometer.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Waddell Kennedy ahom Gossett al Thomason Anderson Garthwright Rainey TD Barnett Thomas Off ah Mach. Southall al Ensign Miller


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3 December 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as beefore at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. Carried out Morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Crew preparing for Commanding Officers inspection. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:30 Commanding Officer inspected vessel throughout. 11:20 Began dock trial of engines. 12:00 Completed dock trial of engines 1:00, Granted liberty to the port watch until 9:00am tomorrow. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

4:00PM to Midnight. 6:05 Received shipment from Merrill-Stevens Drydock and Repair Co. - Jacksonville - Fla., of 1 new port frame and one old frame used as a pattern. Shipment via SS "Betty" of the Baltimore-Carolina Lines. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

SS "Betty" - Shipment via SS "Betty" of the Baltimore-Carolina Lines.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Waddell Kennedy ahom Gossett al Thomason Anderson Garthwright Rainey TD Barnett Thomas Off ah Mach. Southall al Ens. Miller


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4 December 1932

port everglades fla

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Fla. Timezone description, plus five. Carried out Sunday morning routine. 9:00 Liberty party all returned on time. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Observed Sunday routine. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 26.42, Long -80.00

ah Waddell Kennedy ahom Gossett al Anderson Garthwright Rainey TD Barnett Thomas Off ah Mach. Southall al Ensign Miller


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5 December 1932

st lucie lighted buoy abeam distance 45 miles

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone Plus Five Carried out morning routine duties and prepared ship for sea. 7:30 Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c, returned from five (5) days leave of absence on time. 8:00 Liberty party returned to ship on time. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 3c - returned from five (5) days leave of absence on time.

9:00AM to Meridian Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Ship's force engaged in making preparations to get underway. 9:25 Merle A. Anderson, (204-125), Sea 1c, was granted a five day extension of leave of absence by the Commanding Officer. 9:35 Commander L.C. Mueller departed on three (3) days legislative furlough granted by the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area. 9:45 Unmoored and stood out main channel on various courses at 93 rpm. Proceeding for purpose of conducting regular cruise; draft forward 12'00", aft 14'3". 9:58 Port Everglades seabuoy abeam to port, close aboard, set course 20° at 90 rpm, streamed log reading 51.0. 10:56 (61.3) Hillsborough Inlet Lighthouse abeam to port; distant 3.4 miles; changed course to 6° pgc, and so to end. Received stores for general mess from following as per invoice; Southern Dairies and Zim's Bakery. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Merle A. Anderson, (204-125), Sea 1c - was granted a five day extension of leave of absence by the Commanding Officer.

Commander L.C. Mueller - departed on three (3) days legislative furlough granted by the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 6° pgc at 90 rpm. 12:01 Reduced speed to 71 rpm. 12:39 (77.0) Changed course to 0° pgc. 1:00 Held quarters followed by Resuscitation, Signal and Pistol Drill. 1:30 Piped down from all drills. 3:29 (99.1) Jupiter Light abeam to port, distance 5.2 Miles. Changed course to 355° pgc and so to end P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 355° pgc at 71 rpm. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 355° pgc at 71 rpm. 6:39, (25.4) ST. LUCIE LIGHTED BUOY abeam, distance 4.5 miles. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight. On course 355° pgc at 71 rpm. 8:35 (41.4) Bethel Shoal gas buoy four points on port bow. 9:20 (46.2) Bethel Shoal gas buoy abeam to port, distance 4.8 Miles. Changed course to 350° pgc. And so to end of watch. Issued fifteen (15) night rations to engineer force. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.


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at sea florida straits

Lat 29.08, Long -80.43

ah Waddell Kennedy ahom Gossett al Anderson Garthwright Rainey TD Barnett Thomas Off al Comdr Mueller Ens Miller ah Mach Southall


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6 December 1932

hetzel shoal lighted bouy abeam distance 48 miles

Lat 51.2, Long 7.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 350° pgc at 71 rpm. Time Zone Plus Five. 2:54 Cape Canaveral Lighthouse abeam to port, distant 17.5 miles. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 350° pgc at 71 rpm. 4:08, (96.4) HETZEL SHOAL LIGHTED BOUY abeam, distance 4.8 miles; changed course to 311° pgc. 6:00, All hands; ships force carried out morning routine. 6:30, Sighted unidentified 100 ft patrol boat on port hand, distance 3 miles. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On Course 311° pgc at 71 rpm. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 9:05 (38.8) Ponce De Leon Light bearing 270° pgc distance 6 Miles. Changed course to 90° pgc. 10:20 Held Man overboard drill, full ahead on engine on hand left rudder. 10:25:30 Full astern on engine hauled in log reading 49.2. 10:26 Stopped Engine. 10:27 Port life boat in water, same left ship. 10:28:30 Buoy recovered. 10:31:30 Life boat returned to ship, hoisted same, ahead at one third speed 10:37 Streamed log reading 49.2, standard speed ahead on course 90° pgc. 10:50 Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 1c, was placed on the binnacle list. Diagnosis, Typhoid inoculation reaction. 12:00, (61.1) Changed course to 168° pgc. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

Raymond G. Thomason, (110-260), Y 1c - was placed on the binnacle list. Diagnosis, Typhoid inoculation reaction.

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 168° pgc at 71 rpm. 1:00 Quarters for all hands. 1:01 Sounded alarm for abandon ship; stopped engines. 1:09 Motor dinghy in water. 1:11 Port surf boat in water. 1:14 Port whale boat in water. 1:17 Motor sailer in water. 1:19 Starboard surf boat in water. 1:21 Nineteen foot surf boat in water; men left on board were the Commanding Officer, one (1) quartermaster; one (1) radioman on watch and four (4) men on watch below; a total of seven (7) men; held boat drill under oars. 1:32 Commenced hoisting boats aboard. 2:50 All boats hoisted and secured for sea; underway on course 165° pgc at 71 rpm, streamed log reading 70.0. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 165° pgc at 71 rpm. 4:36, (85.0) changed course to 180° pgc. 5:14, (90.2) Hetzel Shoal gas buoy close aboard to starboard, Changed course to 167° pgc and so to end. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.


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6 December 1932

cape canaveral light abeam to starboard distance 124 miles

Lat 43.7, Long 7.2

(CONTINUED)

6:00PM to 8:00PM On course 167° pgc. Reduced speed to 52 rpm. 6:18, (98.7), CAPE CANAVERAL LIGHT abeam to starboard, distance 12.4 miles. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight On course 167° pgc at 52 rpm throughout entire watch. Issued (15) fifteen night rations to engineers force. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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at sea straits of florida

Lat 26.87, Long -80.00

*Log found foul - speed by revolutions

ah Waddell Kennedy ahom Gossett al Anderson Garthwright Rainey TD Barnett Thomas Off al Comdr Mueller Ens. Miller ah Mach. Southall


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7 December 1932

bethel shoal gas buoy abeam to starboard distance 3 miles

Lat 13.9, Long 104.0

Midnight to 4:00AM. On Course 167° pgc at 52 rpm. Time zone Description plus five. 2:30 (48.4) Bethel shoal gas buoy abeam to starboard, distance 3 Miles, changed course to 171° pgc and so to end of watch. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

4:00AM to 8:00AM. On course 171° pgc at 52 rpm 6:00, All hands, ships force carried out morning orders. 6:54, (67.6) ST. LUCIE LIGHTED BUOY abeam, distance 4 miles; changed course to 180° pgc. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 180° pgc at 52 rpm. 8:08 Increased speed to 71 rpm. 9:22 (83.9) Changed course to 169° pgc. 9:48 (87.3) Changed course to 168° pgc. 11:08 (98.3) Changed course to 160° pgc. 11:23 (00.5) Changed course to 173° pgc. 11:50 (4.1) Changed course to 167° pgc, and so to end. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 167° pgc at 71 rpm. 12:50 (13.6) Changed course to 260° pgc. 1:00 (14.9) Changed course to 180° pgc. Held quarters followed by General Quarters, Reduced speed to one third. 11:11 Secured from General Quarters. 1:15, Stopped engine and hauled in log reading 15.9. 1:13 Sounded Collision alarm, amidship starboard side. 1:17 Mat in place. 1:21:45 Sounded fire drill fire in engine room bilges. 1:22:15 Steam smothering upturn working. 1:24:15 Secured from fire drill in fire room. 1:24:30 Sounded Fire drill on after well deck. 1:25:45 First water. 1:26:00 All streams, secured from fire drill. 1:30 Piped down from all drills, underway at 90 rpm on course 180° pgc. 1:50 Stopped Engine, Drifting and so to end of watch. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

4:00PM to 6:00PM. Drifting as before. 5:00 Underway on course 178° at 71 rpm, streamed log reading 14.2. E.E. Fahey, Ensign.

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 178° at 71 rpm. 7:03 (31.8), changed course to 185° pgc. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00PM to Midnight. On course 185° pgc at 71 rpm. 8:07 (41.4) Reduced speed to 52 rpm. 9:36 (50.2) Hillsboro Light abeam to Starboard, Changed course to 187° pgc, distance 2.8 Miles. 11:23 (61.2) Port Everglades entrance buoy abeam to starboard, distance 2.2 Miles, Changed course to 80° pgc. Issued 15 Night rations to engineer force. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.


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at sea straits of florida

Lat 25.42, Long -80.05

*Log fouled - read but 1.6

ah Waddell Kennedy ahom Gossett al Anderson Garthwright Rainey TD Barnett Thomas al Comdr Mueller Ens Miller ah Mach. Southall


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8 December 1932

molasses reef light abeam to starboard distance 2 miles

Lat 43.7, Long 7.2

Midnight to 4:00AM. On course 180° pgc at 52 rpm. Time Zone Plus Five 3:07 Miami entrance buoy abeam to starboard, distant 3.7 miles. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00AM to 8:00AM On course 180° pgc at 52 rpm. 5:12, (99.5) FOWEY ROCKS LIGHT abeam, distance 4.1 miles; changed course to 191° pgc and increased speed to 71 rpm. 6:00 All hands; carried out morning routine 7:00 Commenced swinging ship and compensating magnetic compasses on various courses and speeds and so to end. Chester McP Anderson Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On various courses at two thirds speed, compensating compasses. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. 11:00, (28.4) Completed compensating compasses, set course 192 pgc at 71 rpm. 11:56 (35.7) Changed course to 214° pgc and so to end. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw

Meridian to 4:00PM. On course 214° pgc at 71 rpm. 2:37 (40.3) Pacific Reef light abeam to starboard, distant 2 miles; changed course to 201° pgc. 1:00 Quarters followed by gun and signal drill. 1:15 Took in log reading 46.7. 1:21 Stopped engines. 1:23 Port surf boat in water for boat drill under sail. 1:27 Starboard surfboat in water for boat drill under sail. 1:30 Secured from quarters; both surfboats under sail about one mile from ship. 2:32 Secured from boat drill and hoisted port surfboat board. 2:46 Hoisted starboard surfboat aboard. 2:47 Underway on course 207° pgc at 71 rpm. 2:55 Streamed log reading 46.7. 3:40 (53.8) Carysfort Reef Light abeam to starboard, distant 1.9 miles; started checking Fathometer readings with depths on chart, for a distance of 5.3 miles, from Carysfort Reef to The Elbow; found readings to agree with chart. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

4:00PM to 6:00PM. On course 207° pgc at 71 rpm. Checking Fathometer as in previous watch. 4:24 (59.3) The Elbow abeam to starboard, distance two Miles, Changed course to 220 pgc. Discontinued checking of fathometer. 5:50 (71.9) Molasses Reef light abeam to starboard, distance 2 Miles, Changed course to 234° pgc and so to end. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

6:00PM to 8:00PM. On course 234 pgc at 71 rpm throughout. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

8:00PM to Midnight On course 234° pgc at 71 rpm. 8:15 (91.3) Alligator Reef Lighthouse abeam to starboard, distant 2 miles, changed course to 64° pgc and reduced speed to 43 rpm. 11:37 Molasses Reef Lighthouse abeam to port, distant 5.5 miles; changed course to 38° pgc and so to end. Issued 15 night rations to engineer's force. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 25.62, Long -30.03

ah Waddell Kennedy ahom Gossett al Anderson Garthwright Rainey TD Barnett Thomas al Comdr Mueller Ens Miller ah Mach. Southall

oil: 16168.74 - Fuel oil Received 16168.74 Expended 1343.74 On hand 47258


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9 December 1932

miami florida

Lat 19.6, Long -70.2

Midnight to 4:00PM. On course 38° pgc at 43 rpm. Time zone description plus five 2:00, Log not registering, hauled in same reading 11.4 Distance logged according to rpm. 3:35 Carysfort Reef light abeam to port, distance 4 3/4 Mile. Changed course to 24° pgc P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

4:00AM to 8:00AM On course 24° pgc at 43 rpm. 4:42, increased speed to 57 rpm. 5:49, PACIFIC REEF LIGHT abeam, distance 3.3 miles 6:00 All hands, carried out morning routine 6:32 Increased speed to 71 rpm and changed course to 11° pgc. 7:44 FOWEY ROCKS LIGHT abeam, distance 4.0 miles, changed course to 349° pgc. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

8:00AM to Meridian On course 349° pgc at 71 rpm. 8:50 Changed course to 320° pgc and increased speed to 90 rpm. 9:05 Changed course to 335° pgc. 9:10 Miami entrance buoy close aboard to starboard; stood up main channel on various courses at various speeds. 9:59 Moored at Belcher Oil Docks, Miami, Florida, draft forward 11'3", aft 14'3". 10:25 Started fueling. 10:35 Received despatch, 5009-1025, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area relative to temporary duty Payclerk (T) P.A. Krugler. 11:10 Finished fueling, draft forward 12'3", aft 14'4". Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flood cock and Franklin buoy releasing gear and found same in good working order. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Payclerk (T) P.A. Krugler - 10:35 Received despatch, 5009-1025, Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area relative to temporary duty Payclerk (T) P.A. Krugler.

Meridian to 4:00PM. Moored as before at Belcher Oil Dock, Miami, Florida. 12:27 Unmoored and stod out Miami Harbor on various courses and speed. 1:02 Miami Sea buoy close aboard to starboard. 1:04 Streamed log reading 11:0, and set course 7° pgc, speed at 108 rpm. 1:08 Quarters followed by Resuscitation drill and instruction in Coast Guard Regulations. 1:40 Piped down from all drills. 2:40 (29.0) Changed course to 0° pgc 3:00 Hauled in log reading (32.7). 3:03 Port Everglades Sea buoy close aboard to starboard, changed course and stod in Port Everglades Channel on various courses and speeds. 3:15 Moored at regular berth at Port Everglades, Florida, Draft forward 11'3", aft 14'03" P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

4:00PM to Midnight. 4:00 Payclerk(T) P.A. Krugler left ship to report at the office of the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area for temporary duty, as directed in dispatch 5009-1025, this date, reference Unalga letter 12-9-32, (72-) 4:30 Granted liberty to the port watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Chester McP Anderson Lieut

Payclerk(T) P.A. Krugler - left ship to report at the office of the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area for temporary duty, as directed in dispatch 5009-1025, this date, reference Unalga letter 12-9-32, (72-)


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Waddell Kennedy ahom Gossett TD Barnett Thomas Officers al Ens Miller ah Mach Southall


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10 December 1932

port everglades fla

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Potr Everglades, Fla. Time zone description, plus five. Ship's force carried out morning orders. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time Chester McP Anderson

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:05 Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 2c, reported on board from inpatient treatment at the US Marine Hospital, Key West, Florida, having previously reported to the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, and Commander, Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, pending the arrival of this vessel from sea. Diagnosis: epididymitis (venereal) which is not an incident of service and is a result of his own misconduct, having been discharged from the hospital at 4:30PM, 7 December, 1932. Enlistment extended thirty (30) days to cover period of absence from 7 November, 1932 to 6 December, 1932, inclusive. 10:05 Walter Rainey, (108-647), MM 1c, reported aboard for duty from US Coast Guard Destroyer "Hunt", Stapleton, Staten Island, New York, having previously reported to Commander, Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, at 8:55PM, 8 December, 1932, pending the arrival of this vessel from sea. He having twenty (20) days leave of absence enroute and leaving the Hunt at 4:00AM, 18 November, 1932. 10:30 Held General Muster and presented the following named men with good conduct medals; Harold C. Waters, (110-778), CGM, Max L. Smith, (109-700), CC Std, and Thomas Rosso, (109-011), CRM(a). 10:45 Dismissed from General Muster. 10:50 The Commanding Officer made weekly inspection of vessel. 11:00 Commander L.C. Mueller returned abaord from four (4) days sick leave. 11:45 Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c, returned from ten (10) days leave of absence on time. 1:00 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 9:00AM tomorrow. Received commissary stores from Zim's Bakery as per invoice. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Charles Gossett, (117-042), Sea 2c - reported on board from inpatient treatment at the US Marine Hospital, Key West, Florida, having previously reported to the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, and Commander, Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, pending the arrival of this vessel from sea. Diagnosis: epididymitis (venereal) which is not an incident of service and is a result of his own misconduct, having been discharged from the hospital at 4:30PM, 7 December, 1932. Enlistment extended thirty (30) days to cover period of absence from 7 November, 1932 to 6 December, 1932, inclusive.

Walter Rainey, (108-647), MM 1c - reported aboard for duty from US Coast Guard Destroyer "Hunt", Stapleton, Staten Island, New York, having previously reported to Commander, Section Base Six, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, at 8:55PM, 8 December, 1932, pending the arrival of this vessel from sea. He having twenty (20) days leave of absence enroute and leaving the Hunt at 4:00AM, 18 November, 1932.

Harold C. Waters, (110-778), CGM - 10:30 Held General Muster and presented the following named men with good conduct medals; Harold C. Waters, (110-778), CGM, Max L. Smith, (109-700), CC Std, and Thomas Rosso, (109-011), CRM(a).

Thomas Rosso, (109-011), CRM(a) - 10:30 Held General Muster and presented the following named men with good conduct medals; Harold C. Waters, (110-778), CGM, Max L. Smith, (109-700), CC Std, and Thomas Rosso, (109-011), CRM(a).

Max L. Smith, (109-700), CC Std - 10:30 Held General Muster and presented the following named men with good conduct medals; Harold C. Waters, (110-778), CGM, Max L. Smith, (109-700), CC Std, and Thomas Rosso, (109-011), CRM(a).

Commander L.C. Mueller - returned abaord from four (4) days sick leave.

Merle A. Anderson, (204-025), Sea 1c - returned from ten (10) days leave of absence on time.

4:00PM to Midnight 6:00PM Thomas Rosso, (109-011) CRM(a), departed on eight (8) days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Thomas Rosso, (109-011) CRM(a) - departed on eight (8) days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Waddell Kennedy al Garthright Rosso TD Barnett Thomas Officers ah L.S. Southall Atd P.A. Krugler


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11 December 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone Plus Five. Performed Sunday routine duties. 9:00 Liberty returned on time. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected Magazine and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Granted Liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Observing the Sabbath. Received Stores as per invoices from the Southern Dairies. P.M. Pedersen, Btsw.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed regular routine. 11:30 Ensign T.G. Miller returned on board from two (2) days legislative furlough and four (4) days Administrative furlough granted by Commanding Officer P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

Ensign T.G. Miller - returned on board from two (2) days legislative furlough and four (4) days Administrative furlough granted by Commanding Officer


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Waddell Kennedy al Garthright Rosso TD Barnett Thomas ah L.S. Southall


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12 December 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Carried out Morning orders. 8:00 Liberty Party returned on time, held boat drill for the second Division. Time zone Description plus five. P.M. Pedersen Btsw.

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powders samples; condition dry and normal. 9:30, Held quarters, followed by emergency drills 9:31 Sounded general alarm and carried out short range battle practice procedure 9:40, Sounded Collision alarm; 9:42 Mat reported in place 9:46, Sounded Fire alarm; 9:46:30, First water; 9:48, Water on all hoses. 9:58 Secured from emergency drills Quartermasters held signal drill 1:00, Joseph L. St. Pierre, (109-104), Cox., left ship on twenty (20) days' leave of absence by Commanding Officer, Authority, Art 519, Regulations. 1:10, Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler reported on board for resumption of his regular duty having completed his assignment of temporary duty at the office of the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, authority, Letter of Area Commander, this date, (51-72). Ships force employed in rousing out port anchor chain on pier and painting of same, painting waterways and overhauling boats. Received commissary stores from Zims Bakery, as per invoice. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut

Joseph L. St. Pierre, (109-104), Cox. - left ship on twenty (20) days' leave of absence by Commanding Officer, Authority, Art 519, Regulations.

Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler - reported on board for resumption of his regular duty having completed his assignment of temporary duty at the office of the Commander, Florida East Coast Patrol Area, authority, Letter of Area Commander, this date, (51-72).

4:00PM to Midnight. Usual routine performed. 4:30, Granted liberty to the starboard watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Waddell al Garthright St.Pierre Rosso TD Barnett Thomas ah Mach Southall


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13 December 1932

port everglades fla

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Fla. Time zone description, plus five 6:30, All hands. Ships force carried out morning orders. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time. Held boat drill for third division. 8:15 Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668) BM 1c, reported on board from in-patient treatment at the US Marine Hospital, Savannah, Ga., from whence he was discharged yesterday at which time he reported on board the YAMACRAW and received transportation and orders to return to the UNALGA for resumption of his regular duties, reference, letter Commanding Officer, YAMACRAW, dated 12 Dec. 1932 (73-531). Chester McP. Anderson Lieut.

Paul T. Kennedy, (105-668) BM 1c - reported on board from in-patient treatment at the US Marine Hospital, Savannah, Ga., from whence he was discharged yesterday at which time he reported on board the YAMACRAW and received transportation and orders to return to the UNALGA for resumption of his regular duties, reference, letter Commanding Officer, YAMACRAW, dated 12 Dec. 1932 (73-531).

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:10 Received carpenter stores from Tarpon Lumber Company, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as per invoice. 9:30 Quarters followed by gun and signal drills. 10:45 Boatswain P.M. Pedersen left on fifteen (15) days legislative furlough granted by Headquarters. Received commissary stores, as per invoice, from the following; Zim's Bakery, The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company; and Table Supply Company. Crew engaged in painting port anchor chain, painting capstan and water ways. 8:00 The "Perry" stood out to sea. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Boatswain P.M. Pedersen - left on fifteen (15) days legislative furlough granted by Headquarters.

"Perry" - 8:00 The "Perry" stood out to sea.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to port watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Waddell al Garthright St.Pierre Rosso TD Barnett Thomas Officers ah Mach Southall al P.M. Pedersen


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14 December 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone Plus Five. Performed morning duties. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:01 Held boat drill under oars for 1st Division. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder sample; condition dry and normal. 9:30 Held quarters followed by resuscitation drill. Crew employed scrubbing and touching up port side with paint, painting boats overhauling spars of boats, and in taking port chain on board. T.G. Miller, Ensign

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch until 8:00AM tomorrow. Performed routine duties. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Waddell al Garthright St.Pierre Rosso TD Barnett Thomas Officers ah Mach Southall al Bosn Pedersen


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15 December 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description plus five. 6:30 Called all hands and carried out morning routine preparing to wind ship. Held boat drill. 8:00 All liberty party returned on time. Commenced winding ship. 8:35 Completed winding ship and moored starboard side to regular berth. T.G. Miller, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30, Held quarters, followed by infantry drill on shore and * for men not in landing force. Ship's force employed painting overside, rails, skylights and on various small canvas work. Received commissary stores from Zim's Bakery. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

4:00PM to Midnight 4:30, Granted liberty to the port watch until 8:00am tomorrow. Chester McP. Anderson, Lieut.

*preliminary instructions for small arms target practice.


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Waddell al Garthright St.Pierre Rosso TD Barnett Thomas Off ah Mach. Southall al Bosn Pedersen


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16 December 1932

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time zone description, plus five 6:30, All hands; carried out morning orders. 8:00, Liberty party all returned on time Chester McP Anderson Lieut

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine, made daily and fortnightly inspection of smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine floodcock and Franklin lifebuoy releasing gear and found same to be in good condition. 9:30 Quarters followed by signal and gun drills. 12:45 Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c, departed on ten (10) days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. Received commissary stores from the following, as per invoice; Zim's Bakery; The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

Roger W. Brown, (101-389), MM 1c - departed on ten (10) days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.

4:00M to Midnight Performed routine duties. E.E. Fahey, Ensign


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port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

ah Waddell al Garthright St.Pierre Rosso Brown R.W. TD Barnett Thomas Off Mach. Southall al Bosn Pedersen


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17 December 1932

port everglades florida

Lat 29.9, Long 32.6

Midnight to 9:00AM. Moored as before at Port Everglades, Florida. Time Zone Plus Five. Performed morning routine duties. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. E.E. Fahey, Ensign

9:00AM to 4:00PM. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder sample; conditions dry and normal. 10:30 Commanding Officer held weekly inspection of vessel. 12:30 Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146), Sea 2c, left on fifteen (15) days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:00 Granted liberty to port watch until 9:00AM tomorrow. 2:35 Patrol boat PERRY stood in and moored in her regular berth. T.G. Miller, Ensign

Raleigh C. Elliott, (200-146), Sea 2c - left on fifteen (15) days' leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.

Patrol boat PERRY - stood in and moored in her regular berth.

4:00PM to Midnight Performed routine duties. T.G. Miller, Ensign


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