Stockham (DD 683) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1954

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Ed Rugs "'-l"l H ' Hip vnginr, Ofdflf iclegraplm while Jerry Padilla is helmamen. 41 "' FQ Ai male sleady progress loward Midway. An alerf walclx is vilal lu 0 Navy ship, and especially on a Deslroyer. I 4 ii' L A? I A A " ' " i Sf? A ii if i . wi. ,.5-'-."' 1 N PGRTS ARE FULL "l'O '- Ivo. "NO ,'-.v.,.', an-xy. ' . lg" ,,,-'.,,1 q'x 1 .Z ' ,fl I. ri H B ui 5 F . g, ' i at J J. ...-.4 X 1 ' 5 iv f 'K , . Q ' PS' 1 QPERATIQNS ON DECK 1 'J QS' AND BELOW j lm. Q i A 5N W ,NJ 'K rm N X I ir ,.. fx 1 wo 4 Q if i a 4 P3 G Q f 0 .'., If . v 1 --gh- N 1 Q +5 . X41 gl ""'f"" 1-'-X A " f M V x 1 K-.1 E if rggz ss. g -Q- in -JN H .f .fp ,Q 1 f, I' A I bc-5, L-vi f ' K i J' 11" C olung is no small 'ob on 0 cleslroyer, even when +l1e Sl1'P is level. Vince Cianci, l'15S o+l'1er irons in flue fire. bul flue beans have fo be sfirred. Delecfing, fracking, evalual- ing, and reporling all surface con+ac+s keeps even a slidfp operalor like Ensign Carey on his loes in C.l.C. 4 T Nl f x . .5 Xl' "'51 , I Q 'Xl N 1' - iw ew neu' ons fo be 4, .m , Q--. S-. - 3' iS'S gg S. 'S'-1. -eg'-- 3-fa L ..'. lg Hx. N 'C S:E"1 1- Us rnuclwl, Ed leasenf buf Ur' f::.:. . H 1 f4f"l' I riff 1 I A lflsilf.. . K. I :J Sun Hrr! 1, 'Alf iv ,Al 1,1 Ulf v if .r v hm! , .1 Aro1"""x :3lf'..V In ln.. A 4 'I 'S -.aw 3 f.- ' E 1 iumq ' f 'Nb 1 2 1 v a " I 0 Z Elo: Uv U1 L-n :oz ' oucsn THE CANAL, . 'I , ' Q ,,,.f.M -,ff K . , A . , , . V Q s,. 1 . I.- ,. J All hands enioy getting plenty of sun lend some ninl as we pass through the Panama Canal. We entered the Gatun Locks at tirst light on the fifteenth and headed on for our Grst taste of Pacific salt. The 'gdonkeys" did their jolt well, and after eight hours of canal journey. travelogued by our illustrious Comm Officer, llnl- boa and Panama City became the center of at-' traction. This being the Hrst foreign port of call, all hands were duly impressed by the increasing value of the almighty dollar. After partaking of the hospitalities of Cetllflil America, the division steamed uneventfully ffl! San Diego, California. in time to catch St. Nick on his annual journey from the North Pole. Or! Christmas Day he appeared in full regalia on the fantail in time to delight the hearts of ICU Orphans who came aboard to enjoy the hne Clll' sine of our famed 'LStew-burner." Later. teleplwltf operators were kept quite busy keeping pace vfilh the many marathon callers. for which the ship can be noted. But here we could not tarry sinw Waikiki beckoned and promised a most eventful New Year's Eve. The SPanish 'Flavor is eviclenf as we make a "souvenir SNP" in fropical Panama City. UP THE WEST CCAST Wu fg . . . -0 0 1' n. lugs. p .... .I Q v- . ' . D f ,'..... ..l,.1, 1,-'Nui I I. n 'nu 0,, ,I.. .,,. ,I. .vl- . . . .. L. -n, .,.-, I-V I-ff' ,rf Q i """'ln 1111 -1 11 -NQIC 'N AND WESTWARD Hawaii. shrouded with pink clouds. appear- ed on schedule early on the morning of the thirty-first as we headed smartly in for berth- ing in Pearl Harbor. All hands were quite anxious lu get ashore and see for themselves the romantic sights so often exploited in the diversified stateside trawl-folders. Many for the lirst time enjoyed u New Years Eve sur- rounded by an atmosphere of hula girls, or- chids nourished hy ruin. and other exotic C011- coctions. During the celebration. hreworlcs of t.4s'e-W5-ft"eeter Qs' . , E5 K X 'l , a H ' sf r I 1 - ' ' ll Q Tr -- X A ' 4 S ,J 1 " , A- x , 7d -, ' -J-xiii! i' r F-J if KNAW A ll all varieties were displayed ev h brought in the New Year at the Royal Hawgi. ian with the higher class tourists, some at the Waikiki Tavern with their excellent hula oirl and still others down town t h U S' with Louis Armstrong. Much lay ahead. however, and we were off again. So. after DeeDi ' 171 us off Diamond Head on the second day of fha new year, the eiffht destro er the Midway Islands. eryw erg. Som fi I e Brown Derby v N rendezvoused with e y s set a course for ' The Honolulu storehee er cl d P GPN' S a great deal upon sales fo American sailors like Ross Dimenno. 't P- 'g Fifi ," . i ii r 11 iw 1 9-...Ll if 1,5 I--s,' I . ' 3 Pk Cabral, Art Edelsfein, and Bob Boucher add ff! their stock f 0 souvenirs for 'the folks ai' home. f- ay 3 51.6 If X s -A W' -I' fp ,fs I firv' iii 1 1 ...J .4v""' HQ U f an 1 X m I x . IP w " u. " I 0 I Q a .RN -X-K: lb g E Q rr In x I' I 11' li '17 P'- n Airs? , ' L affcemc fb ' ffclllflf ., ,gt W f,,.,gga.M uf 'PW' Ronvh weather accompanied us as the calm Pacific l nd t name Xrrxxal at Midway we recall vividly ,nw , tli lnp performed to peak with the Skipper making A Pcuawlal Cl'OQQYS1lld two-bell landing . , . "Ahead o ti mc Full." To greet ns tliere were 110 idnd no fanfare no linlu girls . . . just Cooney Birds, L ,C ie 1 nm lt was a pleasant interlude during to japan. Most everyone enjoyed exclusive lveacli. and meager diets the plentiful gednnk stand. So inkf and tlte recollection nl' I-his flock tour friend the Cooney ltonyetl ns on our way, Fora soo DISPENSARY Posr OFFICE SUPPLY ADMINIST ATION BLDG THIS 1 . ad V, 2-I Q U 'Q- L 'Q ww n on, 'ww M' ' fc 2 .:.-qs p 'is s.. 1 ,,-W 'las " Q-wi. new gh 3' 1 4' .,, la --A 'Q v- -:mix -1 -,Li ms --:F +.-: f. 1 . NL Ki '--'. 'QX1Iq2'?.l'5,g'-?:.,F1'f'7',1'4-s41fAvsf'f , , n V 4, if ' . . . . , .W Y af W , fi " ' . ' , QT ' f I4-.,a-4.3--qfif 1 Tk 'ik A su X' R' 1' r-Q r " ..-L. f" 'Wd ., MV in f 4 my 1-.4 I n ,.-A' 5 ,V if ,ikii ff -fi? 'P . WHERE EAST MEETS WEST lH'Xf'li ilu- main shall niectf' has ncvlfr' Yl'll"'l thf' lun-lming land of Fujisan. l7ruin 'lnffkll' l" Fawltn ni Nagasaki ue lqtlunclerefl and ltluflwl NIH' nd? thmuQh the unlainiliar inazv ul urivnt- al rnllnrn, practically shouting our l5f""m"W nl thc' lapanefc- may of lilie. 'llllv lH"'l'l" lui: tiffntly tolerated our trail: with a "Clmltu HIUU' fn a uf--tvrn innovation. "Nevali liuppfffl-H ln" f-wn patienfgf: roinetiines gate viiy lv 9x35l"fm' nun. Ah Sol Hmtever ignorant the appffiwfll might have been. we still lllfJI'fJUf-fllly 'f"l"P"f'l the many interesting sights and Shall lflllg fe' mernlier Such thingf ag the Great Bronze Bllfl' clha at liamakura. flladam Butterfly? fffmc l-iftm in Nagasaki. and Sasebds immortal 18116 Husfell Hill. -n U, .. so " 9' :cb W- .c, SQ seg' SSNFN ng 'ak' ,. -gi -f' " -gan, . -QA, 1 s. .LA a' 1' . I Q' Y I ' --u .1 al -Q , ,Q i L Q- 1 .r anno!-"' 5 F E ,,k,,,,, ,- R f K A 61152. JAM . Q fr' Q i r' lx.,-N C mlIf,fyl:7 3 'ffl' 514 I F5 :C S 'ev 'U' be ?he Sfork Cfub in New York Ci? , b i' H y u 1' en you can'+ find hof Salri fusf arIYWh9'e 5.41 , '45 Q Y S Y Q'- h A . 1 ' 3, ... 'V I s 1. -1- 3 E ii 55 fi A E 41 E X A If p:-if I 'Q Y.: . 91 ' 'ISTMZ ' 1 3 pa.-Q-L Y -qc 24 "tp ,ilw 529 ,Q 31 Rlldid ,fy to ,,,. ,,l lg v-tr I1, ,i qg',f .' u', 'ht 6hCitOY 1, r,-rtzivam teal. "Hey! Wl-refs this? Here I ge? my peacoet locker safely pas? the old man," think Carl Heuxtoin. "end Mr. Voyer males a flank effacl: with a flash bulb." Mor! Risch tales the fetal notes. nn 11 in 5 L 1 I ' 1 ' fm, gg, .,, , H .4 "Q uacesfirw FOUR MONTHS DUTY... VW' W. 1 H Mnfriffiirn Much time was spent in lnartering. hut in tluf 5 1 wfrf- end me always managed to bring sonwtliiny We ' ii l ' Min- , . liark to the ship. Our enterprising: Paytna'-Iver f f'2f:::t: the was the chief exponent ol' this, one night nr- " 2' " 2 ' 4 zifquziint- turning on hoard with live lishing: poles. Any V' "i 'li i r fl '-al-J' aflfl Hao- thing from Noritake China to getas wff H4f1fHlf"l lf' "ii 'Y' if lil! fiff-sprite the to acquire, and no matter how laden dorm we K -iff' Rin' fize warmth of the lreeame. there was always room for more. 'iii f 'fi l ' it 'uf i'Yf'fl3TiiiiHl'l, Because of the warm and gracious llfmrplliillli' i" 'wwf 'i 'i 'i'iX"i"?' -2 iarlf' inf fwftlo- of the Japanese people. because of the pleasant if 'fir 5!v.2"iriK vnu-asgia ne still prefer peculiarities of the country. because we found fiewl Xcnerifasz si'-ie. there so many ingratiating things. it was nO! Diififiii 'W fffiffffiitifll Nisit .2 great deal of easy to leave. Most of us will never see .i3Pan rimppirzg M35 dams, There was a place to ger anything that fame to mind and some things that did noi. providing you were equipped with the necessary "0kgm,3," in this Case Yen. again. but we shall never forget it. So. Will! 3 fair breeze and a pleasant usayonaraf' we S91 sail on the fourth day of May for the Philip- pines realizing happily the end was in sighi- 1 U a r':' ov 'J a a FSNKQ I O ll' ' .'-:I . ,ww 1,8 ta '- -. I, A x,.' n , :Lab 'Nina 'QQQ avril we .L-mi -J' 4 e :Hoy and ah, Lee T-e,:-:s:- :-e' . "' ' " e : -::e:.' Sze" '5."o's VNU, hilh , 913:15 Fc- fry 5:42- " : :azz :':v 3 s 'Q to " 'or' The u fha! . - - 9 y fhougi1fup?':ie :-ex":-s -e -e-e' 'ers c'. ft.. H n 'Ah fm P'- I0 I 5 5' l 1 Qi' -wg " . . . Buf only lesf week you , , I " Typhoid, Measles, Dipflweria, indlgeslion . , . eilher an A.P.C. or fhree shots . , . il1el's fha sfanderd freefmgnf, Harold Horner wonders if flue needle is coming ou? flue oflwer side. h Sugar is up lodey. ll sure muxl be sweef news fo gel lhai big grin from Frenl: Yannello. Time ouf from inslruc- Hons, page 6A's, and Tuesdey's plan of ll1e clay while l'1e forgel's flue ship't omce, please. vis -4,43 ali AS 1 . GPERATICDNS RUN SMOOTHLY 5 . J 1f"" X W M x 1 'L M ff -A ..,, U - m3,yvq,.yg'l?,yu.-f-22 3 'W' ' f 'N 5 5 Q 0 i l I 'A D4 1 4 af N ' f.-1, ,nl u- ity , . .. .M ' ming, x..,..2x I E. ,Q . K :L . . ,. Adm. . Lfiifx L "il in . as ,,?W 'U"'b .J-"5 1' 'X -Q 1 1-U 1 ....,..a. if ,', - . ,... f, ai, th 11' Nl' 4-nr A swf? Ill wr .-4.-ul ua 1 ,0 W DEPARTURE ""' re t ? i 30 I V gf 57191, HOMEWARD Starting home day was a little hard to pin down. althouvh it is best labeled as that Satur day afternoon we sailed alone from Subic Bay in the Philippine: for Hone Konv. With tle HAZLLWOOD we had shifted :outh as emerqenc qurtitute: for ten days, This done, we sat an' :weltered in Subic while the envines were tuned up' for the lonf trip ahead. So that Satur ay found us headinv for Hon? Kong and four days of coiuprehensive liberty. imrnie Woo's Ong inat e promise of outfittinfr u: with clothes was nowned spot came true. 'Slop-Chute Mary' rem. tustrated to the deck force how our sides sioul ie 'inte . iii-7 ' critica of the wor' u- 1-' L 3' one, Tours ere 1 "au-let. ollier' 2' hour - iss o J rtunities or a . Aher ecn's summn let-t, iepulse l3ay's secluded swimmin-f. p s s c- -'ss s 'fp aries a e 's l if lo me '- menihered four days. 1' wi f C S . ? I. ax S .. x N P r I s U v , It N d P X g d u F FJ I f 2 X f' l F s X 5 fulfilled. and all the things heard ahout this re- a 4 . i x ' ' in ' l ll - l pa d le 1 X. xeix l lt I 1 al d wt ni Z. l llll. id It pi o f Il d I l ll L. lu u it ful lui s p t in d tlu a our l rm. One ol the loading tourist attrectiong is the beautiful hfiqlf Balm Gardens," .where many a sailor spends an hour. ..i4Q'.v' 1 i xt, w , ' 'f 7 ' R, to ,N l 4 L 3... . I V Q l --. ,. F- 4 1 o i M' .,,, "W-,,40:iuO-v fn. if mf' I ' f,,,f:t-'7' or he Mary Soo and Company meet every ship arriving in Hong Kong: side cleaners deluxe, they scrub our paintworl. X at wi i-ivfl-,,, BOUND " ' ".' 1' -l-A-1.-LQ f", 1 M1 EL. 1 Y - - ,Q - ' 'x-' 's The Serv-pen VE!'age. Mrs C' 'Me ...- Y 1 s--.,, .., 1 ex 0 ' -.. entire Iles on ggmpafs s..:5 as " if ' AM " v J 5 , V K 4' n 1- I1 1 ' 4 ,Q Cy'-., Q . J --1 - . v s, q.g 'u' ' 'o-'Au N. O I I O 1 E Y 1 I .ev . l 'I it Q N1 ,At , 1. X t . . Ti-:Rouen THE At the end of our fruitful stav in Hon., Kong. the whole cl ivision tovether with Q c- ' ill? SAIP.-XX rendezvoused and headed west for Singapore and a two day visit. The swelterinrz heat continued but the thoughts of all were again diverted hy prospects of new lands to conquer. Since everyone was pretty well slump. ped 1 I X tu. ie cum-eiitratetl on just haxing 3 good time and enjoying the sights. For lhv it AN . . lI-l tune in inuny iiiutms uir-Contlitioninu mi, ltl't'XLilUIll gltttl Ll N'tt"ll'UIllt" ltvlivli. Tun tlays nent ln' raipimllx' 'intl -1 ' tin ut m 1 K A ' it ' -- 1 . 1 l ' N . 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