Los Angeles (CA 135) - Naval Cruise Book

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M., U h e S .eco Welcome shipmates, to the United States Ship l.os Angeles. The story you are aboutito read is that of a fighting ship, her crew and the summer cruise of l955. But hrst, let's go back a few years to where the story of the Los Angeles really began. nl The heavy cruiser, second vessel so named was built at Philadelphia Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pen- nsylvania. Her keel was laid on 28 July I943, and she was launched on 20 August I944, destined to make her mark in naval history. Commissioned on 22 July l945, her hrst commanding officer was Captain John Arthur Snackenberg. I ll lll V The new cruiser got underway from San Pedro, California on 8 December l945, enroute to Shanghai, Chino. . ln the Far East, the Los Angeles was assigned to the 7th Fleet operating in the Shanghai, Hong Kong area. She returned to San Francisco for inactivation on 30 November i947 and was decommissioned in April l948. With the start of the Korean War, however, the Los Angeles returned to active service, at which time Captain Robert N. McFarlane, assumed command. As a unit of the United Nations fleet in Korean waters from June through November l95l, the l.os Angeles fired .... and was fired on .... in anger for the first time. Bombardment of Communist installations and interdiction fire on their supply routes and troop concentrations along the East coast continued until 2 July, when the heavy cruiser was ordered to lnchon on the West coast. - Returning to the East coast in early August, the "LA" spent the next four months hurling steel at Red positions in close support for UN ground forces along the front lines. ln October, the ship was inef- fectively fired upon while dropping over 25-tons of explosive proiectiles into besieged Wonsan. During her first period of operations in Korean waters, the Los Angeles fired approximately 8,000 rounds of five and eignt-inch proiectiles at the enemy in North Korea. During the cruiser's absence from Long Beach .... mid May to late December .... she steamed more than 49,000 miles. Captain McFarlane was relieved as commanding officer by Captain Beniamin F. Tompkins on l0 January l952. Captain Lawrence R. Daspit relieved Captain Tompkins on 30 August. The cruiser made her second appearance in the Korean conflict on ll October l952, firing in sup- port of the U.S. Tenth Army Corps near Koii-ni on Korea's East coast. The Los Angeles took the first enemy fire of her second cruise in Wonsan Harbor on 22 March l953. Just five days later, a direct hit put a radar director room out of commission. Ending her second tour of war duty in mid-April after having fired approximately l7,000 rounds of eight, five and three-inch ammunition, the Los Angeles returned to Long Beach. Captain William Woodward Outerbridge assumed command of the warship on 22 July. On October ll, the Los Angeles again returned to the Far East for another tour of duty. She returned to Long Beach on l4 June i954 completing her third tour since the start of the Korean conflict. On 30 June, she entered the U.S. Naval Shipyard at Mare Island, Velleio, California for an overhaul. On January 7 l955, Captain Jacob Wilson Waterhouse, relieved Capatain Outerbridge as com- manding officer. The "LA" spent January operating off the coast of California, embarking Rear Admiral Frederick B. Warder, USN, ComCruDivFive and staff on l7 January. ln company with the heavy cruisers USS Rochester and USS Baltimore, and Destroyer Division 3l and 9l the Los Angeles sailed for the Ear East on February 8, her first stop was Pearl l-larbor for .... but this is the story of the summer cruise of i955 ...... ......... 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'FQ 'rw 'vA.V'.,,.: .,,. ..j , L . ..L,x, .L x,I-Jlq- P. fly.. .. 'k,,ff,'.,1,.,r,N,1.,., Jlbl IVC GUYS :ull L4 .Eff . .-.-, I ., - ,,. v-..VV.,-Vn Out on CC1:..miSS1.,:.. End' E mg her Gsccnd fetus".-f . --fwfsr having Med ci"pproxEmu?:vf-.- se'fs31f, flve cmd fl-HM--F'- .11 J. rem-'-edto Long Beach. Cmg-5... -A ' ffm?-3fI:e'EdQe osswmed Cnmmcuf-.5 . 1 i: Juiy. -ZEN OCTOb6T',l lf. Fine lui .43,:':Qgrivi-5 to the For Scar :.:vefn?1er Wm: re?-.'med TQ icing Beicrcizz -4 it-'za Qi- her H-:rd tcur simxfe list wx- . Gu 30 June, snag enrf..:2c.i fn- .f D .. "JiGI'S Island, Veilwgav, - mm.:--'1'-ic: E Um Jamuorv 7 if? VVofferhP-Jse, 21555-.fred fV1u::dIng oHi.:sff. The ,. . ..-... uf, Q, if1fOf!,Ef!'Z k,.a3fw,ffQV'? f.?i,Gf4zz Ljx .ag.'Ca"' :GW wx: fr:-.V yous? OT Lutzfcmfziz, Vemi-f."fi.-.'e5: Frederl-94.5. X-!Vurdez:. . -MF Cn I7 lfizgfuoe--,- fn Gomez-"1-'1,-" wx-'i?f'V Hai- Q' . V Vfli we cmd U55 Bcniiisn-:Vf4A Vw-V-'-f - 'I-1 . 91 The- Los .AxI1Q'3Ei?S sciic:-2 9. - U 8, her Hrs? stop was fl-vf the story of We Gx.:nmV.- VV .V-V U 7 A 'w fi Captain Jacob W. Waterhouse, USN, a native of Wheeling, West Virginia, and a i929 graduate of the Naval Academy, assumed command of the USS Los Angeles in Long Beach on 7 January l955. Prior to that, the Captain had commanded the USS Estes, an amphibious command ship, which carried the flag of Rear Admiral Lorenzo S. Sabin, USN, while the Admiral was directing the evacuation of the Tachen Islands. . The Captain has spent most of his afloat career in destroyer type ships, including command of USS Luce, a radar picket which was sunk by a kamakaze attack during the battle for Okinawa. For his part in this action, Captain Waterhouse was awarded the Silver Star. After V-J Day, the Captain served as Commanding Officer of GroPac at Tangku lthe port of Tientsinl. l-lis performance there won him the Bronze Star and an additional decoration by the Nationalist Govern- ment of China. Clllllll .l.llll. l ill llll0 Sl Rear Admiral Frederick B. Warder, USN, assumed command of Cruiser Division Five in September i954 after service as Deputy Chief of Staff to the Com- mander-in-Chief, Atlantic Fleet. A native of Grafton, West Virginia, the Admiral graduated from the Naval Academy in i925 and reached flag rank in September l952. Though be has had considerable cruiser duty lincluding a tour as commanding officer of USS Colum- busl, the Admiral's maior naval interest has been the submarine service. He has filled a variety of billets there, from supervision of the construction of USS Seavvolf .... which ship he later commanded .... to command of the Submarine School at New London. As skipper of the Seawolf, the Admiral completed seven war patrols and earned the Navy Cross with gold star in lieu of a second award. Later, he served as commander of Submarine Division l22 and led one of the first Wolfpack operations in the Pacific. R ll lllllliilli l.li. llllRH R Ctil'Tiil ..lIl. liililiiilii mwxwhq W My W1 i figs ? 5 .sm s . s- ,. ss 2 X emo Q 3 f. 1 M Captain John D. Bulkeiey reported tor duty as Chief of Statt, Cruiser Division One Hater Cruiser Division Fivei in April 1954 trom his previous duty as Commander Destroyer Division i32 Where he had been serving in the Western Pacific during the last Six months of the Korean War. Captain Bulkeley graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1933. Since that time he has served in cruisers, gunboats, aircraft carriers, destroyers, motor torpedo boats and amphibious ships. C0llllll D ll 0.0. lllllkl Commander Charles O. Akers, USN, a native of Tennessee, vvas graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in l938, commissioned as ensign, and ordered, interestingly enough, to the battleship USS Tennessee. Thereafter, with the exception ot a short tour in the light cruiser USS Miami, the Com- mander's sea duty centered about destroyers, com- manding two and serving as exectuive otticer in two others. Before reporting to the l.os Angeles in November l954, the Commander headed the Bureau ot Person- nel's Lieutenant Commander Detail Desk. X -xx XX Fl 1 'fx N x Q 1 X ix X R 1 xxx! S1555 X X X 5 Q R XX Xxx UR division The "brain center" of The ship, The OR Division, is responsible tor all communications entering and leaving The ship. The men manning Radio l and Radio 2 are on continous 24-hour watches and must keep constant, alert watch, and guard over the many wave lengths that bring The ship its orders and instructions. Like The men who man Them The teletypes and continous "dit-dah- da" are always on The go, banging out Their messages and bringing you news copy and The latest sports results and weather. lt is The iob of The OR Division to receive all These messages accurately and distribute Them as swiftly as possible To Their proper destination and ensure Thatall outgoing messages reach their proper places on schedule. Almost as important, perhaps even more important To us, is the post office which is a branch ofthe OR Division. The "old mailmen's" iobs consists ot many Things, if they're not bundling or sorting your mail, they're busy making out money orders, registering letters, selling stamps, or insuring your prized hibachi pot for mailing. xi If 'IQ yf J i. i r 1 if V .- ln' f, -Jr DEQ M y ey. E xx il 7 1 1 Admirals have maneuvered their fleets and controlled their ships by means of visual signals for many generations and today's Navy the signalman-quartermaster is still a very important figure. These men are grouped together in the OS Division which transmits and receives all the ship's visual communications. ' Each of the signalmen, to be adept, must be thoroughly familiar with the three types of visual communications. The semaphore, is at rapid means of communication for short distances in daylight, the flaghoist is the most rapid and accurate way to maneuver a fleet when its units are within easy range for signaling. ' Still another method of communications lemploying morse codel is the flashing light. ln port it is the OS Division's iob to watch the movements of ships and boats so that the officer-of-the-deck can be alerted of the arrival or passage of a senior officer, to enable the proper rendering of honors. i E N i 1 l 5 if F Radarman is a fairly new rafe, coming inTo prominence during The Second World War. Now iT plays a viTal role in The life of a modern American naval vessel. Radar equipmenf warns of The approach of aircrafT and surface ships, near or far, friendly or enemy. All This responsibilify falls upon The men of The Ol Division, who form a Team manning The CombaT lnformafion Cenfer, a dark, weirdly-lighfed recess, somefimes called The "Black l-lole." l-lere, among radar scopes, charf Tables and sTaTus boards, you will find The men of Ol Division busily aT work, armed wifh grease pencils and phones, disseminafing vifal informafion To The bridge and enfire Gunnery Deparfmenf during General QuarTers. 1 , l l I OE division Highly skilled and specialized individuls make up the OE Division aboard the ship: the electronic technicians or "ETs". The modern Navy uses electronics equipment for radio communi- cations, for navigation lloranl, for detecting ships and aircraft lradarl, and for assistance in identifying friendly aircraft llFFl. Aboard the Los Angeles there are hundreds of thousands of dol- lars worth of equipment, but it would be of no value if it were not operating at peak efficiency. lt is the iob of OE Division to see to it that nothing does go wrong, but if the occasion arises, whether at high noon or the wee-hours of the morning, the call goes out to "fix it!" and they always answer the call promptly. lt's a big iob these ETS shoulder, taking care of over 250 maior units of electronic equipment: antennas, connection boxes, inumerable switches, and thousands of feet of cabling. Be it the smal- lest broadcasting receiver or the most complicated piece of radar gear, the responsibility for its top notch condition rests squarely upon OE Division. if-ca ,W - f Y x'A. , X f N . - A ff- ' X. 9 . 5 . . 4 X '7 wf w -A "LL g .. K it 1 L S Q gs 5 . - Y , ,. .Y First Row: R.J. DeFILIPPl, G. E. TSIRIGOTIS, LTJG. A. K. SAFFELL, F. P. CAFFEREY, C. L. ROUX, J. D. WILKES. Second Row: E. D. HANSEN, L. L. MENIGOZ, T. B. LEWIS, W. L. TIERNEY, J. F. GOVEDNIK, F. G. SCHOLL, W. FODER. Third Row: D. W. ALLEN, H. C. BAKER, G. C. DOUGLAS, R. G. SCHLICK, R. A. MUNRO, N. R. MAXWELL. One of the newest additions to the Los Angeles' organization is the OL Division, "the eyes of the ship". The lookout division plays an important part in the safety of the ship. lts men must recognize and be on the alert for aircraft, ships, floating mines, and obstacles that would menace navigation and endanger the ship. They can usually be found in Sky Forward and in Sky Aft. When fog or bad weather rolls in, however, they are posted from truck to forecastle. The ship's photographers are also a part of the Ol. Division. They take all the official photographs for the ship, print, develop and keep files on their work. Many long hours were required from them during the production of this cruise book, and their work may be seen throughout. 'flamqg V4 First Row: J. D. CLARK, W. D. SKINNER, R. L. MORTON, ENS. M. E. BOYLSON, R. A. KOTH, L. W. MOON, R. E. STALNAKER Second Row: E.J. GUILLORY, T. D. HURLEY, R. L. BEHRER, O. E. JOHNSON, O.J. CARDELL, S. D. TUTTLE. Third Row: W. L. SITZE, D. M. GOEBEL, G. K. STEWART, H. G. GREER, G. O. FORE. l l l lk Q LT J. E. SAVAGE, first IieuTenonT, LT A. J. KODIS, AA conTrol, LT J. B. PRUDEN, gunnery officer, LT R. H. WERTHEIM, main bc1TTery 1 The mdin concern of The-Gunnery DeporTmenT oboord The Los Angeles is ordnonce. l-lowever, if This was The only Tosk The deporTmenT hondled, life would be preTTy eosy. Gunnery DepdrTmenT hondles noT only 'dll The ship's guns ond dmmuniTion buT dlso rig oll The lines ond hoses Tor refueling. The depdrTmenT's seornen olso hondle The life bodTs which ore dlwoys reody To rescue onyone folling overboord. All This ond o Tremendous omounT of deck sedmonship mdke up The ddily life of The Gunnery DeprTmenT. Q X N xv P- I R 3 Q1 if r JJ- : J: If W P' Q. x .,., . if wi A M as -Q F if . ,,. w . Wx I- ff? A1 X, 4 W d s fi K ,gk X R X Al W 4 Sggiggf if Ri x L .. S xx Q12 M ESE SE 5 W X MQ mia iw I ,gg ' L :ff I , . g A .,C.."'T-1" 55 52 I First Row: Second Row Third Row: Fou rfh Row : J. WATERMILLER, R. M. ANDERSON, E. DZIELSKY, R. H. BRIGGMAN, LTJG. E. R. SUMMERFIELD, LTJG. D. MCCULLUM, ENS. S. A. STANFORD, H. A. STEVENS, J. W. SMITH E . MCCURRY. E. PELHAM, B.T. LATUS, J.S. PERDEW, G. L. WHEELER, A. E. SCOTT, W. E. SROHN, S. O. KENNEDY, W. E. DANIELS, M.A. DUNAWAY, R, H. MAMUEL J. CHAIDEZ. L. WARD, V. C. PARMANN, E. V. KLATTER, J. R. INGRAM, W. B. TALBERT, D. L. SANDERSON, J.J. CONRAD, J. W. GOODEN, R. D. WILLIAMSON, D. L. HALL. HANNAH, J.L. CHARLES, R. E. BRITNELL, E. O. UNDERWOOD, H. R. DUNKEL, D. S1 BLEA, I.B. HAYS, J.J. CAN, H. E. GRAY. QSN Shoring The Toreccxsfle honors WiTh The FirsT Division is The 'G 'i .I , '-J!' I' -- i Second like oll deck divisions The Second is mode up of gunner's mcuTes ond deck honds These scrilors mcin porf of The Los An- geles mom bc1TTery, TurreT Two, which siTs high on iTs bqrbeTTe. Their oTher iobs range from OOD messenger WoTches To playing wiTh The 96-pound lengThs of The porT anchor chain cmd mdnning fueling, highline, and replenishing sToTions. ,,,,.qlm-vmwx Farst Row . Second Row : Third Row : D. A Z' .M A LM...-Q+ffgf,. gf. ' nw wk? '- v . C X. , Q PX .1 W. C. TWEETEN, F. E. LUGINBILL, J. P. MCALEER, G. S. BRAZINGTON, ENS. T. P. MASNICK, LTJG. M. V. SAMUEL, G. E. RUSSELL, E. D. DAY, J. F. PITTSENBARGER, C. OEHMANN, J.W. MANN. . T.J. WODARCZYK, D. F. KNAPPENBERGER, V.A. PACE, F. T. WHITSETT, C. R. BISHOP, J. R. DUNN, R,G. DREYER, J. B. BLEVENS, G. D. MCCOY, J.C. COTTINGHAM, P. B. J. J. DeMASSI, N. L. TOLLEFSON. E. THACKER, R.A. WHITE, C.P. BROOKS, P. M. GONZALES, C.A. DEAN, K.J. CLEARY, D. P. BOSTICK, J.C. EARLY, R. OLIVER, A. M. THOMAS, B. FREEMAN, D. PUDIL, L. D. BURNS, Y. E. ABLES. , XX F Sf I Frome l4l mdrks The Torvvord boundory of The Third Division This division may well be cdlled one of The busiest on The ship os These "back porch" soilors noT only mon The big guns of TurreT Three buT ore in chdrge of Fibber lVlcGee's closeT, lTull of odds ond endsl The hdnger spdce. Then They ploy nursemdid To The heliCopTer, mon The oTTer DD fueling sTdTion, dnd help on The replenishing sTdTions. ,l T '44lh'1'aaf. N f lx? C qs r ' J' Q mv. , i -M They ore responsible Tor The spdces where dll The bodTs, including The Admirol's borge ond GdpTc1in's gig dre sfored. To keep Them from boredom in Their spore Time, They ore in chorge of No. 3 moTor lciunch ond The ship's crone. 'Lime .W . ..,, ig. A X xv X wk J :,, . xv X, S. , 'I Q X W I' X SX Q TK, . K.., X 'Rf' Y . . , -i f A M' - . K Y E First Row: D. G. EUBANKS, E. E. KEENE, R. D ROBINSON, W. L. MEADE, L. ENGLEHART, S. B. LINDSAY, M. C. DAVIS, D. B. LEGGETTE, V. E. TAYLER. Second Row 1 Third Row: Fourth Row 1 TYLER, J. O. BRUMMET, J. E. DILLON, C. E. JORDAN, ENS. W. R. WALWORTH, LTJG. K. A. JACOBSON, P. E. FIELDS, M. L. MURPHY, C. W. PUTLER, V. LEUTHAUSER R. RATLIFF, F. E. MCMASTERS. B. WILHELM, K. R. REDDEN, H. D. TURRENTINE, W. G. HOUCK, LA. MAURER, C. MCGEE, W. T. HAMMOND, W. C. JUMPER, 1.5. KATZER, F. STOKES, C. W. REECE H. BREAZEALE, F.A. Dlx. PETERSON, C.J. VINCENT, R. L. RICE, H. C. SULLIVAN, D. P. EDISON, F. M. BEER, D. I. BECKMAN, V. D. MILLER, D. C. RUSSELBURG, R. C. YATES, J.L. McCLAIN G. NEAL, M. R. BUCKLEY. X .. 9 fx x xx X N l.ocated between the forward and after superstructure, the Fourth Division mans the port side ot the ship, adding its knowhow and muscles to shipboard tasks ranging from highlining and replenishing, to keeping the bright work polished and the decks scrubbed on the quarterdeck area. Their duties aren't restricted to topside, as a great deal of the Fourth's work is spent keeping many below deck spaces in 4.0 con- dition. They also have the honor of manning the Captain's gig plus the No. 2 motor whale boat which is always ready to rescue " Oscar" or any other unfortunate seaman who chances to lean out too far. W ' ' Qt xx 5 Q Q. ' . -:A . . Rl 1 if x.. i ' . l 1 ki I Qflfzrf WS' NK 3" First Row: Second Row 1 Third Row: Fourth Row: FIHI1 Row: N.J. DUGAS, J. CAMPOS, J,J. DEARIE, D. K. GOODRICH, J.A. WILSON, R. L. CURAN, W. H. HOLDEN, C. C. DALTON, R. D. MCLAUD, C. F. SHEETS, K.E. JOHNSON T. BOYD, W. F. BERNHARD, J.J. NOWAK, C. M. GRANT, ENS. D. MARKEL, LTJG. D.E. EK, J. KIRBY, H.L' THOMAS, C. BASILE, J.B. BAKER. G. POOLE, J. P. NEZAT, W. R. GORMLEY, C. L. FORD, R. L. NORRIS, C. B. THOMPSON, B. H. EDWARDS, D. R. THARP, B. F. CARTER, D. R. STIVERS, J. R. STOKES. J. MATTOX, R. E. ELKINS, H. R. ENSOR, J. W. HAMPTON, G.T. ROARK, J.V. HAMPTON, E. F. BRUNER, R.E. BROGAN, L.J. NUSS, J.T. FROGA, R. D. SCHLIECHER. C.S. DURGIN, R.E. BRADEN, F.T. LEWIS, O.C. KEITH, L.J. SEEHAUSEN, T.E. TUCKER, R.E. CARSON, N.S. NELSON, L. GARRETT, J.C. GREUTER, K.L. OLINGER. I.ike its brother division, the Fourth, the Fifth Division tokes core of one side istorbocxrdl of the "Glomor Girl", keeping thot plot of "teok" spotless ot dll times. Doily tdsks Hnd the Fighting Fifth hord ot Work in the stcirbodrd superstructure, moinmdst, ofter stock, ond ossigned deck oreds. lf these were dll the tosks, life would be pretty eosy but flight qudrters, fire ond rescue pcirties, looding drills, life boot details ond side clecaners keep the Fifth on its toes. Three tive-inch mounts ond associated directors comprise the bottle stcitions of the Fifth Division. QA R QQ ,S F .Xi .. . I I. -f M f I N' .N..V. I . ' V 1 Firsf Row: J.E. JOHNSTON, I.S. WALSH, A.L. BENDER, C.P. LONG, ENS. J.N. ELLIS, R.J. GRABNER, R.E. REIMERS, D.E. FLYNN, E.A. MARTELLO, W. SCHAAPHOK H. D. MONTGOMERY. Second Row: J. F. CLARK, B. R. BROWN, R.A. STOWERS, B. D. ROWELL, C. E. HAMMETT, J.P. TROY, B.L. MILLER, J. H. RUTLEDGE, G. C. DOANE, J.A. SAVAGE, D. E. WEST. Third Row: A. B. CISNEROS, R.W. FORQUERAN, L.L. MONROE, F. J. GELHAR, H.J. ROBERTS, J. H. LYNN, R.G. LAINE, C. F. ESTABROOK, J.C. ROBINSON, W.C. BAYER M. J. AZZARELLO. Fourth Row: R.E. ZIMMERLING, L. D. ALSMAN, C. M. CORWIN, R.J. CORWIN, R.P. FERRELL, B.R. DOUBLE, E.L. SZEWKA, D.L. RYDER, B. E. LEISINGER. Come rain, snow, sleet or hail you'II find the Sixth Division on its five 3"5O mounts, clambering over the superstructure with paint pot in hand, or cleaninglouf the endless passagevvays below decks. The men work in harmony and when it comes to manning their guns, or "pea shooter batteries" as they cali them, they make a tough bunch to beat, as any number ot shattered drones will attest. A 4.,1vn-r ara Firsf Row : Second Row : Third Row: Fourth Row : I:III'I'l ROW : J.A J. P. JOHNSON, A.L. HAACK, L. D. BA L. T. ZOMBERG. A. F. LOPEZ, D. R. STOVER, R. E. LANG, K. E. WRIGHT, C. L. HABERMAN, J. R. LAI W. J. SACKETT. R. H. E L. H. ROSE, M. C. JOHNSON. ,W D . . x X . GRIFFIN, G. D. HACKETT, R.H. DLJFFEY, B. E. NEWMAN, H. H. WALKER, F.R. NARUP, M. KELLY, C. D. GIBSON. UER, J. N. ARNOLD, LTJG. D. PRINTZ, G.J. THATCHER, R.L. MOONEY, J. N. CONWELL, D.L. MCGUCKIN, L. E. BEYL H. R. MAYNE, H. MCELWRATH, R.L. BROOM, D. D. BROWN, B.J. BAYNE, R. A. HULL, G. A. ANDERSON, SHER, B. MCMAHON, G. ESCOBAR,Jr., J.C. SMITH, B. A. PITTMAN, L.G. SWEENEY, J. T. HENDERSON, D. E. CORNWELL, L. A. JESTER, J.J. CALVERT, N, M. E. LATIMER, J. M. HARDCASTLE, A. J. HARRISON, M. L. STOLLER, W. R. STONEWALL, N. K. DAMERON, B. K. PLUMER, 'E i f , 5 Q g ' 15. L Way, Way back in The year i775 The UniTed STaTes Marines hrsT served aboard naval vessels. From The days of John Paul Jones To or modern Navy They have ridden The seven seas. ForTy-one Marines carry ouT ThaT TradiTion aboard The los Angeles. The primary mission of The ship's Marines is To provide The securiTy. ln addiTion, They form The morTar plaToon Tor The ship's landing parTy. Marines acT as orderlies Tor The commanding officer and exeCuTive officerf They man moUnT 3l 7 and assisT in The orderly operaTion of The ship's lorig. Ng' 5 'Q as 3 AW ,Q , f S.. , 0 ' ' , vi' I6 Q .4 ,- an ifmwk s" ,, 1 f 1 ff -e , in' 51, 1 'X x S R 4 Y, AV V Lrg. . Yf- ui A J i I E - a if . Q REQ W3 . Firs'r Row : Second Row : Third Row: Fou rth Row : REIN, R. PANNELL, J. RAWLES, L. YAKES, CAPT. R. MILLE, T LT. W. GALLOWAY, L. MADDAN, T. WHITE, J. BRODIE, A. SILVA ARNOLD, T.. KETCHAM, R. PEACOCK, J. PINKERTON, W. SHEFFIELD, J. MANSFIELD, E. RAGSDALE. D. ADAMS, L. PETERS. MCDOUGALD, T. BANCE, J. BLAKESLEE, J. LABAN, M. LUKE, R. JONES, V. DAVIDSON, R. MCGORRY, L. USHER. SKEHAN, R. STECKERT, F. ACKEL, R. JOHNSON, B. CROUCH, A. WATERS, "J" TAYLOR, W. BLALOCK, J. TANGUAY, Jr. i f N 2 ! I r First Row: Second Row : Third Row: Fourth Row S.A. MATHIS, C. F. STEIG, N.W. JOCHEM, A. N. MCCUISTION, J.L. SIMPSON, C. R. DAVIS, CWO.C.E. BOXELL, ENS. P. E. VAN WINKLE, LT. J.G. WILSON ENS.A. R. SWITZER, CWO. L.A. OLMSTED, A. W. WHEELER, T.J. MORRITS, M. L. WRIGHT, R. E. ANDERSON, D. R.TALBOTT, R. L. SOEHNER. J.L. JACKSON, R. R. LOWELL, J. C. RUSZCZYK, J. N. DEMPSEY, R.E. JOHNSON, N. H. DICKERSON, D. R. PETERS, J.L. NEALY, B.A. BALLENTINE, D. B. YOUNG E.M. GUTIERREZ, D.J. GILMAN, M. C. JACOBSON, D. CARTER, J. D. BAUGHMAN, E. E. ASHMORE, Jr. K. R. BROWN, J. K. LANE, J. L. LOBB, R.W. DOHE, S. D. LEMONS, J.J. COREY, W. E. DEEGAN, H. TYREE, R. P. SAMARZIA, L.J. ROBERS, J. F. TINGLE, F. B. DENNIS W.J. FOLEY, E. E. HOUSER, E. E. BEVAN, R. C. HAYS. R. T. SHAW, T. D. BROOKER, C. R. WILSON, T. E. WALKER, D. MEADORS, D. K. MARTIN, H. W. MCCRANIE, E. D. BECK, E. D. TURNHAM, M. H. SMITH, J. B. CURTRIGHT A.J. FILIPP, W. D. OBLANDER, W. B. ZLOMKE, H.J. MOTSCH, R. C. COVIL, G.J. WECKER, J. D. VICKER. Drone 1 a small radio controlled pilot-less aircraft used for gunnery practice. The 3l8-pound "oversized model airplanes" are used to simulate aircaft making diving, straflng, and Torpedo runs. Traveling at speeds up to l85 knots, they prove to be quite a match for our anti-aircraft batteries. Drones are from the ship and catapulted radio controlled in flight. When the flight ends or a lucky hit has been scored, a parachute is released, also by radio, and the drone drifts slowly to the vvater. lt is retrieved and the KD Division person- nel go over it to repair any damage that might have been inflicted and rebuild the engines. T Y N f 'T X , P . 'gb ff' -. fm. V af as ni First Row: T.L. BISHOP, H. BUECHLER, LCDR. C. B. WALBRIDGE, W, R. MASON. Second Row: L. E. TAYLOR, J. K. HENDERSON, L. C. LOVEGROVE, R. G. RIEDMILLER The daTe was l5 February l955. The place, iusf ouTside l-lonolulu. The USS Los Angeles was carrying The Tour-sTar Hag of Admiral Felix B. STump. There were special meeTings and briefings in Flag F'loT, in The Admiral's cabin and in The vvardroom vvhere high ranking officers from many separaTe commands had gaThered To vviTness The work of our division ..... Special Weapons. Then There were The many Times The hangar spaces were resricTed. The exacT work of The G and W Divisions musT remain a mysTery, buT a few general Things may be menTioned. We were making some environmenTal sTudies on The condiTions in The hangar area. Those long cables were recording vibraTional shocks To deTermine if The hangar area is suiTable for The sorT of Work we had To do. We kepT conTinuous readings of TemperaTure and humidiTy daTa ThroughouT The cruise. lSingapore was iusT a sukoshi hoTTer Than Manilal. The imporTance of our work can be inferred from The TacT Than The average Navy Time Tor The personnel in our division is ll.7 years, much of which was spenT in specialized Technical Training. f TWV ff',l Gil '.r.s 2:.f'. 5 fm 3 few X? i Ls xii ' T T .i.. 45 T . . . sl I WE . ' Pr- 4 - AT-'Vw R Q 6 , XTIQDY x 0 . 5' ' I ' 'ak e i S 3 ' X y : Q 1 0 XX lx J w N an D, , i FirsT Row: R.J. LEFEVRE, M. F. BOOS, W. A. DAGDIGIAN. x, " '. ' ' second Row: vv.vv. vvEAvER, LT. E. W. FRAKER, LCDR.O. D. HUGHES, H.B. MARKS. J' ' Third Row: Hu. TRUDRUNG, sc. HILE, vv.N. JOHNSTON, H. F. Norms. Assigned to the ship on temporary additional orders While operating in the Far East, l-lU-l Division plays an important role in shipboard life. The helicopter aboard is a HUP-2, or helicop- ter, utility. lt is used for many duties that vvere formerly performed by destroyers such as making daily guard mail trips while in task force to each ship in the force. Besides this they are used for air-sea rescue. The "vvhirly-bird" is used for gun spotting, cargo carrying, aerial photography, mine spott- ing, and even taxi service. The duties of the l-lU-l Division include maintaining records of flights, keeping the 'copter in A-l shape and flying as crew members. . x gg R. E. COURTEAU, D. E. HAUGEN, LCDR.J. R. KRONE, F. T. BAUGHN, W. D. HAWTHORNE x X f XV if X- ""' V,.- ,fffy iii-1,5 " ,F 3 wr- 4 .7 Q ff fff fff A l-'Q W f , "" X X f ,W .xywvmq W , 1 x" ,Aff My XWQWQW6 ,V gy W, M , ,,,t.!:5E f W QW?" ,,f ,,,fff'W -iflitffhf 'fx , MW Kffcj, ff f M , f . Nj WW, M ,HMA VW 7594, , Q , , ' f'ff D i X Z fx X X f A ,X N Q Xi 'N X x X WS X ,, J is Q my fx X w a ., XX , x A , .. X 2 , .hn f ., - 4 rex, ,, 1. I- awp , . X f . Q ,x I 3 2 . Tj, xfx V, f N, f fx, if ,.:2? ,.Q1, !,1, f' 939 4 S hm7x!N ,,, f , U Q, X f X, X7 A ,av W ww! V f B, W1 1 f 1 f f 96' 4 ff 1 f f X! X f f ff X x lay The Able, or Auxiliary Repair Division consists of four difterent work gangs. "Steam heat" is an A Division problem. lts equipment heat the water tor showers. The same gang is in charge of maintenance of the anchor windless and after steering engines. The Internal Combustion crew keeps the engines of the motor launches in top shape. It is also responsible for maintenance and operation ot the forward and after emergency diesel engines. ln the machine shop the crew fixes and patches many varieties of the ship's equipment, very otten they seem to do the impos- sible. Finally the Refrigeration gang's tireless ettorts are enioyed throughout the ship in the form of a long cold drink from one of the numerous scuttlebutts on a hot day, or that good old "Gedunk" in the evening. These man oversee all refrigeration storage boxes and air conditioning units. ,R X ,IF RS ,Li i 5 First Row: W.J. TAYLOR, J. I. POTTS, V. A. DENNY, E.J. HIX, W. H. HENDRICKS, CWO. H. H. PUPPE, R.J. HOLIK, C. E. RICE, K. P. BROOKS, D. L. RIFFLE, L.L. MCDONALD Se?ond Row: J. K. DREYER, J. D. DANIALS, W. E. KILGORE, N. E. HEDGES, J. G. SLATER, R. D. BONNER, E. R. OSBORN, W. D. FERGUSON, B. G. ATHAN. Third Row: B. G. PREZ, R. F. SPIEGEL, J.J. KUBICEK, R. L. NICHOLS, F. F. ROMOCEAN, D. E. FYFFE, G. E. SHEFFIELD. The main engines which push the l7,000-ton Los Angeles, come under the watchful eyes ot the Mike Division. M men must keep the engines and various pumps and lubrication systems running smoothly and efficiently. A pair ot engines are located in each of two engine rooms, which operate as separate units. lt necessary, each engine can be operate independently ot the other. Together they total more than l20,000 horsepower. Taking the salty water from the sea and producing fresh water from it with the ship's evaporators is another big iob tor the lvl Division. wi 1 4.4 gc First Row : Second Row : Third Row : Fou rth Row : W. L. TOURNEY, W. E. GILLIE, L. L. PED, T. A. TURLEY, N. W. HARDIN, W. E. LOVE, R. M. FELTS. E .T. TOMEUCCI, J. D. LOOKER, R. E. L. JONES, J. E. PAYNE, CWO. H. H. PUPPE, LTJG. R. C. FRODIGH, L. R. HANSON, P. E. HACKFIELD, O. V. TART, H. H. WEBB F. A. WRIGHT. .W. WEBBER, C. E. GOSORN, A. C. RIETEN, R. C. JONES, M. R. ISAACSON, R.W. GROVE, W. F. HALDA, L.L. WHITE, J.L. SNOW, E. SANDERS, G. T. JOPLIN. R F. E. CHANEY, G. T. HAWVER, W.W. SHAW, W. K. COLEY, J. E. MAXEY, T. K. SANDELL, S. V. JOHNSON, D.L. MASK, R. D. SMITH, E. PETERSON, C. L. CHRISTY. "vu-F Fulton came up with an idea way back when, and from his idea was born a new rate in the Navy: boilerman. From that time on, the boilerman has played an important part in shipboard lite. Many of us take for granted the power which enables us to keep pace with the fast carriers of our task force. We seem to forget that without the con- centrated efforts of B Division the entire ship would cease to function. Except for a few flashlights and two emergency diesel generators, nothing runs aboard ship that is not basically dependent on her boilers. Baker Division is also responsible for the storage and distribution of water and fuel. Another important division aboard the "LA," is the E, which stands tor electrical. Without electrical power there would be no lights, no communications, no radar, and no water lpumps work on electricity, you lcnowl. Electricians are busy men, installing and repairing motors, controllers, search lights, yardarm blinlcers, and all general lighting, power, and internal communi- cations distribution systems aboard ship. They are skilled in all electrical maintenance, whether replacing ci light bulb, repairing a ship's service telephone, or testing a circuit, they always are ready to ollfer help and advice. Besides all this the electricians maintain and operates all movie proiectors and loudspeakers. 1 N LCDR A. LOTTERHOS, Supply Officer The Supply Department is a very busy organizati it not preparing three meals a day for the crew, it stovving, accounting tor stores, and holding pay twice a month. The department operates the ship's laundry, and tailor shops besides taking care of making tons ice cream. They also maintain the oflTcer's keeping the staterooms In neat orderly condition. All this and mountains ot paper work make up Supply Department. S-l Division, the stores group, receives, issues, and accounts for all general stores, supplies and spare parts which the ship uses. Though the much used "307 chit" is a bare scrap of paper when blank, when filled out it becomes one of the most important documents in the Navy. From the lowliest nut or bolt to complete precision electronics devices, hre control computers or main propulsion electronics devices, the 307 chit is the key piece to the complicated iigsavv of purchasing, stovv- ing, and issuing equipment for which the Supply Department is responsible. The storekeepers who run S-l Division are highly trained in their field ot work and these industrious men efticiently provide one of the most essential services to the Los Angeles: that of supplying equip- mentand materials to keep all departments in the highest level ot operating eFficiency. I I v I X XK I X VK X K MK. .X X .KK . K K KX K K I I XX 1 . x.L. . Y .X , ' 1 - " . gk' Q A I XX R , L .X , - I I S I . --- . X - . If A A 4 1 X A ' Tw . I ii I xX RX A XF XA P X NN- H. 5 SX' ik XXI wg Fw ' -N I S , 5 :X X .X W , S X A f .XX ,X r - XX I "-fag.-',..X .. Mwwf I K .KKK XEKK K K KX . AWK, xxyy , K X K XX AkLh K X X K XK X X X . l A I L-'. X' X I I I I A X T I I X ffif- f 1 - zwXX I X " .X V ISS XX ,.,., I . .. 1 X ' ' 3 X 'OTS . ' .. Xp X X X W ,. . .. r ,N , . 2 ,, I.-. J S If Q .0 . :X I :- X :f,....:v.:s ' K , . e , V X U K . ... xv . K - ,I J f . -' X: X ' K' X . . 1 ' Q., ' Q . DR' I ' ' W... I F 5 Q Q' Q - X N Q, ' I X . 1 . S f .fx 4 . - X I X X . ,X IX X bg . X A ,X .... . - 5 X QQ X N, .K X wx I K 5 ' f, ff 3 g .5 f X 5 SW' 'Q X X, S S? .X Q., f ici X 1,76 -- . - . X ...X Y C XI f K - - X I R .X N f -. 1 . X A-Xrw S N X AZ N' A X l 2 x 1 ' ,MQ S ' -- Ku K K X , K: ask : , X .K O KK X K KKK 5 X X I X . X , . X .X X X f'-f ' ' ii - Q' I I 'I X 5 f f. Iv 2 X X X A . , .KI 3 i 9' 4 Q 4 iK 1 is 1 X f I -X 'X . 3 v Q . -if 1 X, X X . X ...J X ,, I 9' .f ' SI f .s Mx' Q Q '. -f X I X! EI f"""X RX. .3 I I Xi: .KV I I I I I I .I First Row: G. P. CONWAY, B. CARITHERS, B.J. CARROLL, J. F. WILLIAMS, CWO. M. L. SHEEHEN, E. F. HEWITT, W. G. WALLACE, A. H. SMITH, E. L. HUGHES, G. R. JUSTICE. V Second Row: J. E. VAN VALKENBURGH, K. L. SCHAFFER, G. F. KERR, R. T. SHOUSE, M. F. SWEET, T. H. MEE, J. W. CLAYPOOL, J.A. RAUSCH. I 'I Third Row: R. W. BURNS, R. J. KANSTEINER, J. K. SNEE, R.A. STUIGIS, J. E. MCINTYRE, E.R. JEFFERSON, H. F. DEJEAN, E.J. POWADA, J. W. LIPOWSKI, J. E. JONES. I I The S-2 and S-3 Divisions rate high on the important list. Why? Because we all likelto eat and live com- fortably, and that's Why these men are here. The commissary group sees to it that we get Whole- some, balanced, vvell-cooked meals served hot and palatable. The bake shop, the butcher shop, and vegetable preparation room, and the dry provisions and refrigeration spaces all work toward one goal: to keep you vvell-fed and happy. Working with the commissarymen are the ship's servicemen. They hold down many jobs aboard the ship, each as important as the next. The services performed by these men could be compared to your hometown shopping center. They run the ship's store, soda fountain, barber shop, laundry, tailor's shop, and the cobbler shop. lt is there iob to maintain the high standard of personnel appearance. Protlt from these activities are placed in the Welfare and Recreation fund and is used to hnance such items as ship's parties, dances, movies, books and magazines. X X xp-i .Nj S ' .X .R f XZ. -. . . Ss P5 I . .. XR F QW' - . A .. X .f A ' 1- V ' . .. X. , w-.f..Y Y .49 X23 IA NTTCROT Y . . , xx S A Q iw- ..,Qx I -If if I A NJ' 2' Q5 - - ..-Q A - 1 . . . Ek A.. I Xkkx -5' Q. . A I 55 323' if I 'I .Q A A -X IFIrst Row: J. B. KILPATRICK, R. BUNN, R.M. OBAN, C.E. COLOUETTE, H. MAGANA, C.W. RICE, C.T. BROWN, B. D. AKERS, E.L. WILSON, L. K. HAGGE. Second Row: J.T. BRUNER, V. W. MITSKY, J.T. WILLIAMS, C. WETHINTON, W. F. MILES, CWO. S. C. MILLER, J. C. CHAMBERS, E. E. MOUDY, E.L. ADKINS, S.J. GARCIA, J. L. CHESLEY. , Thivrd Row. J. D. BROWN, J.L. SPAIN, J.L. JOHNSON, C.J. MORGAN, R. D. BENNETT, D. D. LAYTON, W. F. HARTZER, D.L. RICHARDSON, F.J. NOLAND, R.E. FORNEY, M.W. CONAWAY f G. JUSTICE, B.J. GLEASON. Fourth Row : J. A. SMITH, W. H. ZACHERY, N. D. HOUT, V. R. SHACK, S. P. LAGERS, D. G. COREY, J.M. BUTTREY, A. VARELA, G.W. BASS, C.D. GRANT, B. GARCIA, W.W. CRABTREE, F.O. GARCIA . Fifth Row: MEYERS, G.H. ARIAS, M. R. ESPARZA. H.C. DECKARD, R. FULTZE, J. H. JACKSON, R.E. MCCALLON, R. DUPREE, J. "C" DOUGHTY, A. G. FORTON, D.V. THOMAS, D. P. KIRK 2 I R. K. JOHNSON, T.J. BEACH, G. F. KNIGHT. ' I Q . S. -S V .l...... l -Rafi .M ,f First Row: L. HARALL, C.A. COTTON, G. C. NARED, H. E. DREW, S. G. CAWILE. Second Row: J. PAUL, R. L. TURNER, A. JONES, R.G. HALL, LTJG. J. R. ALLAN, R. NEELY, L. Q. CRUZ, E. D. CADUA. Third Row: F. P.LUCERO, J.W. LEWIS, A. L. JUERGENS, J. F. THARP, R. L. CONNELY, W. BELL, J. L. WHITE, P.A WILSON J. V. CURTIS Jr gm 2 X 4 s I Q? , I '. s ki? tl rv! 'ills 5 i QI 2 .gl 5 ls i i ls 3 if Ill 1 'E i i Doo f 1 Q, D .V V' QW? XX The task of keeping l,2OO men free of aches and pains is the iob of the hospital corpsmen and dental technicians of the H and D Division. On 24-hour call, the men of H and D are always busy sewing up cuts and gashes, giving shots, and administering aid. Corpsmen will listen to your dying pleas for aid only until the suffering becomes unbearable., then they will cheerfully refer you to the doctor. Your health records are kept up to date and all treatments are entered therein. A primary concern of the l-l and D Division is the instruction of all hands in general first aid procedures, including the newest aspects of atomic, biological and chemical warfare. First Row: T. C. TRIFFON, E. L. CRAMER, LCDR. E. O. SCHNOEBELEN, LT. F. R. JOHNSON, R. H. MILLEN. Second Sow: L. F. BRUNELLE, J. L. KEYS, B. G. WHITAKER, M. R. VENTOR, R. K. GOOD. Third Row: J.S. M. DIMOPOLIS, M. H. OLDS, F. L. COLACICCO, W. H. GRANT, K. W. BREAM. T I ESF i ia i L I Q s F T Q T I . T I T RJ ! .QI EU ,, yn. W .. AWK ,, asv!! ,fx s - www W ffwcf t 2 fsy.. s Xi Q . 6 35961 X? Sc N ,haf 5 I S, . X W .N , , hX X by TEX N Ny NNN f x Na, f W if ,. x ' t 5 - X " ' ' tm The Navigation Division is responsible for keep- ing the ship on a sate course through navigable waters, and fixing her position on the earth at any given moment. That is the chiet function ot the navi gator's auartermaster gang. Their responsibility is great and high standards are always maintained. The N Division writes the ship's log, an accurate and detailed history ot the daily lite of the los Angeles. Among its other duties are the procuring ot charts and other navigational publications, cor- recting the ship's clocks, and maintaining the shipls master steering compass in case of a gyl'O COVUPGSS failure. While the "l.A." is in port the quartermasters play an important role in rendering honors and ceremO- nies. They furnish the buglers who announce the daily events aboard the ship. F . . N SOS R ti. 3.1 .x K K ! E K .. K X X ,N X ' .gz 1. "" Q 2 1 A . T . S, . XM. ,. , AMOS R R v' : Q. K . . - ' , 1 W-.4 .SS K g . S. ...N , X Ni. Q64 A m, Q S QL' A -V -QS L A K Q, Nf5 -A , A ,S W . x - XX? N' - R Xi N E N . . .S J . 5, SL . . N S XX XX First Row: R. KOHLBECK, J. D. REEVES, W. R. PELT, NLE. JOHNSON, LTJG. C. O. MIDDLETON Lu, LT. R. E. STANTON, OJ. CLINE, RA. BOLME, T. W. ORADY, A. T. CAEZZA. Second Row: L H. MARTIN, RW. GRIFFITH, L. R. EAMES, OL VIGIL, M. O. TUCKER, R. L. HOLDERMAN, D. E. DESRLN, S. C. RUBLE, S. O. STRONG, L A. BEALJDRY, W.:-L GUSE. Hauling dovvn his flag, ComCrUDivFlVE and sTaFl deparTed from The USS RochesTer To make Their new home aboard The l.os Angeles prior To leaving The STaTes in February for The Far EasT. Made up of many diFferenT raTes The Flag Division may be seen working on The signal bridge, flag plot, admiral's barge, and radio l, as well as in The Flag oFTice and admiral's panTry. Also accompaning The Flag is The band, whose iob is To render honors To visiting dignaTaries and also provide concerTs whenever The occasion arises. Q1 H295 -0 P . ,. T' l , Q f x 4 ' lllq I! I' Q T, W, f lf- -Y ,fag- 5 2 4 x if 1 Lv" X"4.J I a H . 5: f Q 2' f iii 41 r A Q 14 z ' 'J ,1 I . - Q , . -J if 'gc X 4 x v XY 2' 'R A M R ff' N .S First Row: Rc. MILLER "J" "W" LANE, E.J. PEARIA, c:HsLK.E. ACOSTA, ENS. R.w. BENDER, CHAPLAIN H.E. AUSTIN, ENS. L. M. 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H,- , .- 1 , , A S ,rm k'9'5V'5?h. f" ff' 'Oh .is . -4- Q56 Fx -- : Ap ,N ,. 'AG - 4 :uf-f' .sm the homes of thousands a thousand tons of plaster .... tiger balm gardens, ,Q I the baroque splendor patent medlcme bullt A 5 I Xkwlri Q . - M ... 'Um-.M :wifi 1 "EY2NQ4xslL2z -xx , W 5, 55 . . X iii-S 3 Ni-ix , ' gmiqg , x :X 'wxgi AS 4? .,-,A X 525 N 4- XX , UNL Q.,-W... SY Nl 594 f v ,nw J A h,S,,v . cw , 1 - X4 A Q-5:8 Xgfflx 4A ww mg, xxgwwg X SN X-Q V ,z 9457 is x X .. Qhwsx N M I ffegglx hug 4 'X-....,..... .J vnu. ,562 , N.: f af wwf hong kong harbor slit skirt cashmere coat boots cable car tiger balm aberdeen flotsam sunday's wash , - aberdeen . . . the residential district . . . and another tiger balm aberdeen . . . the local drydock it 2 x c, - i Q px A Q chow time wvxwwlkvfw a mwfmxgxx Qgxwox g N wfkx Xxew 'X x X Q Q NX Aff X x ex. osokca cc: stle ,X Q5 X? V. i K . I m . fl ,, I C1 ii? 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' ' Eliifgoxwrz if' :JK HENRY A. lR,US'l"5,f"2, QQ, lv, V 331 f'f1UH3Ql,l-S X-.7 3.5 '-" HY iff I 551, 'Y RFU ,fi'mnir,1a'lisi: , X !.'f'f4f? Hff.,LER H. lffflfigl., WFT? " f-a,you'k ,Mail Asfg IG IQHQXI' D,AR'RC.'7X?l', Uffff ,I . E THGIVIAS HEMH, X012 X ' I ?',g'Q1,:'ti'E1':1Ufweri7 IXQYMQNDQ JH. KQTH, PH "LN K n 521 Qi?fZL'x1'EN TD. if , V 7-'if' 3' ., , ,, , -, .,,,-,,. ,.,, 1- L,,:n-Log-zllsi: .31 Afjxwf ..... Ain U. L1xL.,','-Ti?-.ki1,.. big 13u5m1 ,1,1-mimi -.5115 1..Qs 2J5QAs' M. ' N?a'j!', Li.AR,I"3 ::11f:F'zimQ4E,s":s gems "fi'U.l,,i'Q3.,?N1 57 LCTTYCNESTY, luffi ' 5. :,"'11s1+Q.i'.13E5i, 1gzAEf:rr.fi AN 212. Igifg fs Q1-1: me as r:Azt.,5 ,, .wig N' ' LisE,sz,myQ .: mzaufQ, sr-J If if Q12 RY iiiff' ilfffi-F, SN Anal last i. nm? QE' ,--or?-2 of Qi-1:1 gfrfufLf7Sg.:-Enix.- layouig sianffg 1.Zmix'i1:z4iim1 coxuzuivg vf ami! af Q'?'Y,'!li iffiilizikg, 'E' naughi: Wi'I:1'm.k !1?n5-litirzc -spirii mf' x ff, -f-'5.,if:s1.: :ju-'L'-'n ' 23-aito 2'-.IQJ .f,7:'fi:1'l11Q Go. TOEf'1'w. 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