Tulare (AKA 112) - Naval Cruise Book

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Far-East, the USS TULARE has once again demonstrated the full meaning of her motto, Ex Tridente Pax or I-'rom Sea Power Peace.f Her crew was ever ready to fulfill the ship's mission and to maintain themselves in a high state of readiness. The following pages will serve, we hope,'to preserve the memories of this past cruise and to give everyone a glimpse of what we did. 0-4 f 1 " ff, 5 if if g , X459 , W' in JJHZD yay 'Q 'ft' f i I my l -M' .ez 9,349 ' 1 4 IQ X if Jw wi if MAX i I i 54 . 1 , f .i 2 ! , ,iii il' - V . .,i --be ,T -X . VJ' . x,"i Tl.. - Commanding Qfficer LESLIE I. O'BRlEN, IE. I y CAPTAIN, UNITED STATES NAVY l took command of the TULARE only a few days before. we de- I W t d Conus for WestPac From the very day we left San Dieao, we - I V par e . knew our work was cut out for us, and l knew that the men of the TULARE would carry on the fine TULZ-XRE traditions of the past. I ' ' d t fo rtime in tran- PIEX l-60 started the ball rollina and occupie par o u sit to lapan. Drills and other exercises took up the remainder. Qnce in WestPac our GoodyWill tour of lapan was next on the agenda. This I, was in turn followed by independent steamina to and from various ports , in the Far 'East carrying Marines and their equipment. A Blue Star gave me the opportunity to see the whole TULARE team! in action toaether and l was very pleased with the outcome. Perhaps our most important mission in WestPac was to further the President's "People to People" program to foster mutual. relations be tween our country and our friends in the Par East. ln, every way,' yo men of the TULARE can be proud of the record you established and tn many friends you made for TULARE. P ' P All in all, we had-an eventful cruise. This book will help us rfb, to mind the man thin s which occupied our time and minds thr- Y Q out the seven months of our deployment. Eest wishes for continued success, aood health and smart' to each of you. . I I t . s. A . 'Ill' 4 S 'lm ikl' F, r xs , y X . di J' ' I Q 7 sl :La W Executive llllil Officer QATFSNQUNITED STATES NAVAL RESERVE .- :.:" n. ." f J. J, 'r f" f ,. 2' ,Kr ,f ' wfz Ji' cl , we . , ,A 9 W, rg' F! ,4 .' 4. Q , l-IORACE M. BASHINSKI COMMANDER, Looking bgck over g cruise thott stretched negrly seven months in length, we con recotll mctny of the fine things we did ond the wonder- ful things we sctw. Erom the moment we set foot in WestPgc ond until , 'QQO' in ol lll the dgy' we left, we worked ond worked hgrd. , 1653 Y Gur tour of lgpon, which occupied the first two months of our de- jgxetrillfls ployment, wcts most successful. But, beneoth otll the pomp gnd cere- QQCQ 1 monies thott went on were thegmctny prepgrgtions mctde by the officers Gel' dgi ll: ond men of the TULARE. The coopercttion ond efforts of gll hgnds were oflelloug Qol' the fctctors which motde the tour so successful ctnd enjoyctble. , fill H, After our tour, the TULARE settled down to the regulcrr routine of YLABETQU being ct workhorse. Over lOUO Mctrines ctnd other personnel were trctns- ,TlJ W ported by the TULARE between vgrious ports in the Eor Eost. ln gddition Zig. Wtgtibl X, to this, the TULARE pgrticipctted in mctny exercises, both in conjunction 05093 ,jg with other ships ctnd by ourselves. 'Vg X9 Nqgxltlw' A'ship's reputcttion is built on the octs of her men ots they work to- ififQ,,QilXXQ5olll' gether gs ct tegm on ond off the ship. Throughout the cruise dll hctnds f J , ' . x , oogrd hctve every regson to be proud of their performgnce. The repu- the TULARE hos been trul enriched ,- 0 Q, , . -,229 wal- , ri of y . ' AKQQASW' -g hope thot this cruise book will serve to remind' us of ct qoed Ship, N Nw l I 0 f' I " . f t,' . f- f .I ,J Q tonding crew, ond otn excellent cruise. .f f X ff' Q M X' I T," Aaem. 4 A ffl if f ' Q . rl t i A il 1' ' t 'l .'I- ' ff' ,F f A '51 . -f J- G: ' , LJ if K' J' '-'- 4- 44 eg, 4' Wa. A' I T M n .vw i MQW I ,A We L' .,y,,-J. ,' -,M , XX mxmwmmxxxw -Jgr gl I, l. 'N -J -T , Il- - - People Visit Us One oi the hiahliahts oi the cruise to the Orieiniwas our six Weeks Good Will tour ot eiaht cities on the southern three islands oi lapan. Everywhere We went We were areeted with much enthusiasm and over- whelmina hospitality. To repay in part these many hospitalities extended to us on the beach by the lapanese, We had Qpen house in all the ports We visited. Neqriy 8,000 people were welcomed on hoard Gnd toured the Tulare includina over 900 Or- phans. l-lere is a View ot the many 33801019 We saw and the views they saw gf the Tulare and her men. Vadm. Ando inspects the Honor Guard Four Geisha Girls of Sasebo ' nr... - Miss Sasebo 'N :Htl LE my :RXQQSTA -Q ECN U , qu - , 732, 1 A Gift for the Captain KJV Orphans Party in Sasebo the iormalities ot the auarterdeck mpleted which included an inspec- uur sharp l-lonor Guard, our quests nducted on a tour ot the Tulare to the ship carries out her mission role she plays in our nation's de- X f I f 5 5 X if V, K , if X, Y, Radm. Hill, ComServRon 3 If . Greeting the Mayor oi Sasebo ' l tense. Follow us then as We take you on a tour ot the Tulare. You Will see her crew at work and play, the equipment they Work with and the aood times the menihad on the beach. l I l l 'J I ll M Y, I ,fisit '+- I ,...,. r , . K I, R C D KEPI-IART CPERATICNS CFFICE11 LCDR T S MCCARTIIY FIRST LIEUTENANT De cartment 'cw W M my fs ' we W W M YQ Q4 Wx 24? ? Sf ,gg z S, F4 nw Wk M S4 Lx? W 'FV fi Rf I ?5 Q7 , 5 i....SZ.,,af,,U ,Ishii K 121-T .33 walt.. if., ,Jin ' I -wg: V, ,gy If ' . " -M ng Q - .x , nr A1 Sr H'r'a '4 I 5' s .uid -H, ' s E SCHEIDLER H I LT. R. C. E. C G OFFICER S NAVIGAT F' C P ADAMS LTIG. I. F. SKELLE NICATICNS OFFICER - SUPPLY CI F LT M W. DEVINE IMC? MEDICAL OFFICER 'iff ' 155 ' ",. .- vg'.Fi3rc.- , 1 f- v in-I ' ,H . -'T' 3, fr. -I - ig.. 4 -I5 if 415- E ' - wig. -.. ,ii ---M -1. . "vm -." '--T .WN 1 3, ' A 1 ' 4 T '., 4 C' 'wb , I . -'Z 1 ... ' 4 :Rm 51. I. .., H ftp... u. I"'-up S .., .. x.. " W f "-.. r. .'-. 4. 4 rf-..-A A' -Affin- V. - a I? "x sv fLII9q+-,,- F-m."'w n.Q"'. .N N. so 5. I a, 1 X Im' M. Q fs 'Wu f. 'V-i 45.3. an Q. . mx I Ik! .J 54' , V M' - ' ' .,f.F'l iff - . .,,. JA., : S N- N .giwa W X . ' N X v w Q sr Y 5 X T - TX i .. ,..l- fu. , I , al tl X . 1 '., -'.TI7'2 2' . ' we ' ' , I .,,,.W,f. ' ,J-w' H b .f ww!! 1 wi 2 FIRST ROW: D. Hanson, V. Proffitt, I.. Howell, H. Booker, I. Vargas. SECOND ROW Ens. D. R. Anderson, C. Selvage, R. Ryan, T. Shirley, W. Serad, I. Williams, D. Weite kamp, L. Murray, C. Young. j' Q 7 The Tulare is a mighty big ship, and her Second Division oversees the like part of S snarp outward appearance represents a the ship aft. ln addition to mere upkeepg great deal of effort expended loy the two these men man the guns during general H- divisions pictured on this page, To keep a quarters and condition lll watches, Work! AL,g 5 , ship shipshape requires constant attention the hatches during general loading and and a never ending amount of painting. unloading' and l-alfa's and stand 'deck v The responsibility for the upkeep of the for- Watches in port and underway. man -on V W ward part of the ship and the holds located the deck force leads a busy lite and his 'V therein rests with the First Division and the Work is vital to the performance Of the Shlp- t N FIRST ROW: W. Murray, W. Widmayer, R. Boyle, N. Parks, R. Griffin, D. LeGassa. T yiptii y SECOND ROW: B. Owen, F. Rutherford, B. Barnes. A. Anderton, D. Brock. G- Rogers. l I 4, iiti gfig ,,,,, I. Ross, R. 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Q:,.V' i "'A I , I -"' ' -' - V ., 4m' I Q- I "" , V1 1.55 9" I f Y .. Z M ' "' I . 7 . , r I S h f , 1 ,I f ,' I ,, C , I , if ' ' If , , f FIRST ROW: H. Myres, E. Baugh, A. Mount, L. Guild, I. Amado, C. Updike. SECOND ROW:QW. Marler, G. Bransteitter, E. Barnett, G. Rosenkrans, P. Smith, I.JFrancis, W Lovelady, C. Leonard, I. Russell, C. White, F. Pettit, Ens. R. P. Mann. Tularefs main armament is her boats, and I er guns ,provide her defense against air The men of the Third Division run boats Whether they be the big mike , the smaller papa boats or the docile boats. The success of an amphibious on depends On the skill of these men the Ttulare can Well be proud of her groupf The twelve l2"!5O caliber do fire guns on the Tulare make her one the most heavily defended amphibious 13.-,ri . ,, -V , f... ST ROW. C. Savitz, W. Iames, E. Hasenleder, I. Daniels. SECOND RON: R. 'E. Kribel, R. McDowell, C. Carmichael, T. Craven, W. Cormier, E. Hoeppner, I. Chandler, M. Hickey, I. Lindsay, L. Zwanzig. V ,A -,If ,V . A , , I f Q 9 ,61 Q fs 637 l-bf' .r ms sf if fft .s fX sFf'1. ,, ,1Q9 sf ,- 'N-yfff' N Ati! as gs inf'-,M gf gf A sa gas A 2 - ": f?477 NN 57? if -K by JM-yi A ff v flg ffgsf why- 5 ,ft to Q 5 X y 6.9 f , ships in the force. The men of the Fourth Division maintain this eguipment. The Gun- nersmates see to it thatgsufficient amounts of ammunition are on board and that the gun mounts and magazines are in tiptop shape. The Fire Control Technicians oper- ate the ship's fire control system including its radar and computers - a skillful job re- guires knowledge of the latest in today's electronics. I K it 1 c I -fl I at ' 1 3 4? 1 . sl 3. '-9 ,' c S I l ' s WE' x x . 'lr r - ' ---.1 hfi . 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'E Nav' .w 1 ,pw-cm .4-A. s. .. 1-.- ,7 if w.-rv-- -V. . ... ,N--.-E ,, ., .tb .tv 1.-I -ti. '1-:miri- - 1,. . gf.-.fQf'7'lL'4 5.3: ' FIRST ROW. G. Spurblck, W. Rice, K. Taylor, S. Dnxson, W. Meyers, S. Blssonetieu h SECOND ROW: Ltig. D. F. Fuller, N. Iwcxn, G. Rudd, I. Oder, D. Singley, F. Viviani, ' I. Sopcich, R. Moore, I. Ioyce, Ens. I. A. Carlson, Ltiq. C. P. Adams. y Communications serve as the connecting link between a ship and its environment whether that be the shore establishment or other operating forces. "C" Division, com- posed of Radiomen and Signalmen operate the ship's radio and visual signalling eguip- ment. ln addition, these men must have a thorough knowledge of many publications to ensure uniformity in communications around the World. Radarmen and Electron- ics Technicians make up the "Cl" Division. Padarmen run the Combat lnformation FIRST ROW: Ltig. P. R. Klinedinst. SECOND ROW: Ens. A. R. Palmer, AQ- Center wherein radar and radio are used to collect information. A Radarman tooftm 'be familiar with many publications to 'be able to thoroughly evaluate all the informal tion at hand. Last and certainly, not least, the Electronics Technicians or ET.'s tain all shipboard electronic equipment cept the fire control gear. ln addition 'Ep making necessary repairs on the equip. ment, an ,ET makes never ending checksm and tests to ensure reliable operation of the equipment at all times. - in H. Quiring, R. Prindle, C. Frederick, F. Surovcuk, H. Blankenship, P. Hoernicke, Dean, 0 , ' U 'V sy egg?" 'Q s. -:- :m f AXA A ' 0' f:-fgwwv .skew yew . . I . 4QV'f5lW5Nw'S , ' A 68055 NMA ,Q wJ,w.,f ,f ff .6 V gf "fgs1,g!b . ' ff? Y iff 2 ,,,. ..: ' f' , - -t 43l 6'6 1, 1 ,ZS QQ! . , , , xr 6 Q 3, Q ,sg W W Q gay? s fshs , X2 M sw , - Q Q AQ fhwwgyf 4. S ' ' ' fk'-K 1.5 6 MQW for W. aff , ' -4' 'W' X as-w:,. 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Cranford, P. Gore, G. Porterfield, R. Callow, W. Williams. SECOND ROW: Ltig. K. H. Santoro, -M. Stangl, S. Rock, R. Kuhl, H. Langston, K. Newhall, L. Turner, W. Fenton, E. Goodrich, D. Schoonover. A ship runs on steam and so someone has to make it tor someone to use. The men ot the "B" Division work in the depths of the tire room where they tend the boilers which generate the steam. This task is not as easy as it sounds as -many changes have ,to be made in the tiring -of a boiler as a ship changes speeds. Gncehthe steam is generated, it travels via many feet of pipeline to the main engines Where the men ot the " "Division control its appli- f , Y fi ,f wmifjgw,-, -.2'5 '?,"r' 1" " Q gy .sk I .t -,,..- Q fy. Sf s Www 1 f .. f .ws kgs swsf-ffsa N s S . WA A5 MQW? ws 4-2'sZ' sf fJ1Sf5W? hiv' yMXN4g QMS ,fQ:f.CyQyfS' Q Z X WA skis, SX f S W f w,Q:.s ,ws ,Q .Wy Q W X M S it ti ,fV'9fNf WV f s'mS!f .ww X 4 'V S 3 ,X is M f WSW! z fx, A ' 6 6 .Q ,fffl A . gl . s A 4 X sf W.. 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'QZWWSV as ,sys s?fsf'1s Aw W S9 45 55 is VN 4' 1 . M f X X Qs fs! Qt QYXYMM sf W ,W Qi-.wt zszsag 4 sf fy Q,sQ s-MW. 2 f A: Sw, cation to the turbines. Throttles, valvesftna gauges need constant attention to maintain high etticiency and prevent breakdowns ln addition to. propelling the ship, those divisions provide the hot Water, steam' heating and 'many other conveniences Finally, the once a Watch routinefotyblow ing tubes provides many anCOD With" the opportunity to maneuver the ship to obtain a favorable wind. Sometimes. however, to the dismay ot the deck force he fails .'ii'i ' FIRST. ROW: I. McLean, I. -Sluss. R. Adams. SECOND ROW: Ltig. K. H. Santoro, A. Hatchel. H. Edwards, I. Sauls, F. Riecker, K. Murray. . 1, , :V g , "W -P1 ' ,,, 1 "' " x ---Alf " AAL . .-MV r 1 . A 4. m .mg '--fn.. ilu """"' 1 X f i,gL'f,"712'5 '- '. - J ,Mf- - 1.,,, s., - , w , ' .A ',"'., . 's 'A X '- A X I H I- ' usa . V Zi: .h . y. V V r L 'J A FIRST ROW: C. Simpson, Ens. W. C. Iones, I. Rabe. SECOND ROW: C. I. Pinson, I. Atkinson, C. -Walden, I. Covey, I. Swanson, N. Swanson, A. Cruz. ROW: R. Weeks, G. Schoonover, R. McNeil, I. Bounds.. K. Novotny, R. Andrade, I. Freymuth, O. Avila, L. Hurse, L. Ellsworth. A. Lapuz, R. Scinski, I. Baker, D. Hathaway, R. Wentzell. R. Rurup, P. Chessex, N. Teves. No ship is complete unless she has a great deal of auxiliary equipment to drive such items as emergency generators, the slfip's looats, ship's steering gear, the re- 'll-Q9I'CIll1'1Q' gear to name but a few. The "grease monkeys" of the "A" Division, one of the largest divisions on board, are charged with the upkeep of this equipment and it is no small job. The "R" Division is responsible for the general ,repair oi the ship which includes the maintenance of watertight integrity. ln addition, f this divi- sion does all welding, cuts all steel, main- tains all atomic, biological, and chemical- warfare defense equipment and main- tains and 4 repairs all fire fighting equip- ment. Also, ,thanks to the men of the "R" Division, many of the spaces have been paneled in mahogany to enhance the loeauty of the interior ofthe ship. ,. I AFIRST ROW: W. Cole. CWO. R. S. Begqs. SECOND ROW: W. Wellstein, E. Knox, R. Davis, D. Mullin, R. Davis. A. Goldman, A. Kaii, L. Schmdit, G. Martin, N. Clubb, K. Gentle. 'if 'Q .W ' u 3.-5-v.. .- , , .159--.Qs.m' - 1 x v fswqp-v-f1,.1-- ---U X --.. .,Y, . . X, - -- x I ,, -X -' '- -' " ' "" -vf - ................i... . ,, -. X-, X. .. .1-.X -W ' ,-:-- -. - .-anpn-.X-X4-1'6f'f'ii'j":-3. , IQ . w iw I is It r 5 rv. '+L 4.3.x . L 'zz W' 5: .. s.XXc.X.,X,X5XXXX,, ,XXX Xf w XXXX93 XQXX K XXNXXI X XLX XXX X'X5,xX:XXe X: iX-,XXXXX X,XeX XXXX ',nX4, RX XXXXX XWXAQXX ' - HX 'X . I Xfvfw X ' ge 9 43 X A X X X XX X XX V X, ,MA X. ,Afx XX XX .X X X X XX X X X X X Xt.: sw" 1: Q XX X If XXX Xl f A 'X ." 1 , ' vs X , , XX N X yy fe- ' 1 99, XX :va - , ' - XX-Q "H" - 'ui Xf X2 4 QXJQXQ- X ,, , X X , I X X ,X Q, M X QXQXX SX XX, Xu H K ,Xl V! 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In addition, the maintenance of the many electrical motors and cables on board, particularly those associated with the hatch winches, falls under the cognizance of this division, Such items as ship's navigational lights and lighted signalling equipment are also checked daily by the Electricians. The IC Electricians maintain the ship's gyroscop-Ere, sound powered phones and their associated circuits, elenclrical communication CMCJ systems and emergency alarm systems. Finally, the operation ot the ship's motion picture projectors i" one of the prime functions of the men in this division. A l r t PM It V 1 1' 1, 'f vb' X .. X I 5 Pt X .X I -' ,..., I . gl X 'B L X,-Vu. . J., ng'- , 4 l , ' 'gf fl 5.1 f f X , X X Xiu. if-f 1 I X- 'X Eff ' X, I :Lit--'.,':' fx x ff' I if ' gy I l 1 fag I I X in .',.-Q, N , ' :Z-P w . ,ask . J XX P- l 'V' JY It 1. 'c ,Y Xg' X ,F Vit. .A X 7 ms! fb "F I .1'v'-Q Q 5 5325, 13' a i "s,.:ua1' z i I ,Q sul W. x :kj- QQ 7: rg? 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McCabe. of "Sl" is the disloursinq clerk Who is rectdy twice monthly to hdnd out thdt very popu- lcxr qreen stuff. TheCommissc1rymen ot the "SZ" component teed us. lt sounds simple but ct qredt decrl ot foresight ond preloctrd- tion qoes into every mectl to ensure vdriety ctnd Wholesomeness. It - CWO. R. E. Sterling, D. Andrews. W. Brys. D. Thompson. P. Pantazoplus ' C. Buxbaum, B. Iones, L. Ccrvarreita. . 1' nf. 3? , . ,V W ,' V: y ' if fy. -'i rg ,, '. ,, , ...' ' 1..4u-,- ..4...n.'i ..-A V, . - ii L --h----f so-i.....r.w .--.1-.V dmv... .. . , .. w----- , H-,wvff .- In E. Miller, W. McCray, E. Fleming, F. Blevins. The laundry, ship's-store, barber shop, sodax fountain, taylor shop, and Cobbler shop-all fall under the care of the Ship's Servicemen oi the "S3" section of the "S" Division. When you stop and think ot all the little items for the comfort of the crew, you realize that '7S3" provides a great many i them. Last but not least, the Stewards- men of "Sli" share the upkeep ot the Ward- - 0 room country. They prepare and serve the meals in the Wardroom and maintain the otficer's pantry. Lastly, one of the vital tasks performed by the men ot the entire "S" Division is the manning oi the cjuns, maaazines and plot rooms durina 'qena-ir'.'-fl quarters. Thus "S" Division is an outfit pei'- tormina many tasks 'vital to the liietoif Ship. i , I. Garrido, I. Iqnuo, P. Herrera, T.iBol1var, T. Garndo. .KZ V533 wfa y,,,,'f ,au 4 4 .wmv-is , . sv 1, 'U , .: Q11Q . 5' ,,,..f f M Z . fW,,,., W , ,-ff,-wmqgaqswfwfff, Wwnbkf I-Q9 gf: W3 v . P WN: xx Nw we F5?gg all , 1144? 4,3-', I "U Wm? 74. Q ., yn rv. -,!, r , xi ' J , , if Q ' gi W ,. . "fs:-1,51 V Aw ' , s 1,5 , V. ,lzrz , l. sw- lg 5 my 1 I ,,-V ws' , L! ' , 5 . V Q X ,f L. I hifi Q ..X.- - H.,,,v g :vm an D73 V X I T 2 1 V ' ' l 'L' ,Q I -. 'T' 2 Sv. " 1- gps ' iffww .55 Agfkr. f X . 'E J' ,L 5 9 avid. -,. Clif' . A WV -' qs- Q "NR X xgfm, X N.. 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Thgnlis to Mr. Risteen there ' 9' , 244 y were gmple opportunities to potrticipgte in tours to Kgmg Kurct gnd Tokyo where one could further enjoy the culture of lgpgn. Such things gs sukiyoflci, lcgbuki, kokusgi, sgki gnd Asghi will remgin forever in our memories. After spending necrrly three Weeks in Yokosulcg undergoing voycrge re- pgirs, We depgrted on 2l November tor the city oi Kcrgoshimg on the islotnd ot Kyushu. t l ' v Y' l l 1 1 I l, f, rf,-W uw - QM no f is ,ww M, KM ggi-rl5JL'l " Tkq Yokohama i A fr't Q- r V"5l0D5f if 15' K. in .. J., N M , - , V, id i V , f - J. M. Q- , . . . ills, .l i I 1 li l .ijt . l . I E is My J f J lapanese Maritime Self Defense Force and he was S was , S' 913' 'XAQ4 :Xt at M as X , ,,,. ,, .f E 2 4.- r . X h V f ff .I dk., V ,, ,, MW , if FM Xa, 5 In ig "wig, The arrival of the Tulare in Kagoshima marked the beginning of our six week Good Will tour of lapan. l-lere We met Ltjg. Yoshi Watanabe of the ' to be our liaison officer between the ship and the dignitaries of Kagoshima and Sasebo. Kagoshima t ' provided many of us with our first view of a live volcano belching smoke. Three days was the most time We could spend in Kagoshima and the Tulare departed there on the 26th of November and headed for Sasebo where we arrived the following day. I-lere as in Yokosuka the exchanges caught our eyes and it Wasn't long before our -Wallets were empty. The generosity of the crew was most evident here as we all pitched in finan- cially and physically to aid an orphanage located in the hills back of the city. And so, we left Sasebo with a good feeling in our hearts. H N .f f ?-is .tamakura Kaqoshima Sasebo A i X x Wi ,-75u,.b2.M .41 7,531 A ,.,-M QW. I I t X X mfrx if bff fit. 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A party aiven by the mayor was one of the hiah- liahts oi our stay in Maizuru as was the tour taken by many of the crew to the beautiful city oi Kyoto Which is the cultural center oi lapan. Cn the Way to Kyoto We all proved to be aood samaritans When we hauled a lapanese car out oi a ditch alona the side di the road. Cur departure from Maizuru on the llth of December was cli- ,. ,ff 'nl 'st' -:rx 354 mix Q Lf, 4 1 wr ' ' - ., ., ! 'er H, U' Q- -9-' -h ' T -1:4 - , -T, ' T :fit -eff ag l r . as 6 .Wi SW 5 V3 fxi Q3 22 W 4 WS fs SJ it Wt 2 fi S Q 3? 4? 45 Sf W F 6 ici? Q K6 gs, v if 9 TT' 'v maxed by a tloatina band which sere- naded us and bid us bon voyaae. Cn the Straits 'oi Shimonoselci lie the cities oi lVloji and Shimonoseki which we visited from the l2th to the l5th oi December. From the tops oi the mountains alona the straits we ob- tained an excellent view of the ships iiaht- ina the rapid current as they labored throuah the straits. 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Q-g EQfQ7'1fh'tl"v '.., 'Z T Hiroshima Kobe Beppu Cn the afternoon of the l6th of December We dropped th hook 1n the harbor of l-llroshrma Another tme tour ar ranaed by Mr Rrsteen aave us the opportunlty to see the rap t growth ot thls clty after the atomlc attack ot August The excellent museum located near around zero pro ed a comprehensrye drsplay of the effects of the blast t was also on th1s tour that many ot us Wrtnessed a Shlnto 9f'lClll'1Q and were able to take prctures ot the brldal party X more solemn brlde and aroom was never seen by any of Here as ln the other ports We had vlsrted the Tulare held 'ren 1 ouse and had a party for about lUO orphans. Gur my ' .- ' -rt of call was Kobe Where We arrtved on the 22nd. V T ' vbe . fi a rather unexpected devratron from our orlalnal ' t .- v A T - lie were ortamally scheduled to V1Sll Beppu How- - er-er, Q, M1 stay rn thts busy seaport was ended on the 26th 1 set sa1l for Beppu Beppu was to be our last stop . 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'.:-' f? x X-'1 an r I 4 J 5,33 43- 4-5":' -- 'uf AAR V V J: c '-A . lt., 'Ii' -J 2 r 4 11 ,ff V Wi' '- t 4 , 122135: After havina concluded our Good Will tour, we visited Yolcosuka once aaain and then Subic Bay in the Philip- pines for one day and finally We ar- rived in Hona Kona on the 30th oi lan- uary 1960. Once ashore in l-long Kona, nearly everyone made a bee line tor the various recommended tailor shops to purchase clothina. Such other items as jewelry, shoes and linens also tempted our eyes but for some ot us our wallets were empty before we had started. Tiaer Balm Gardens added color and variety to our visit to l-lona Kona and good old San Miquel was ever present to quench our thirst. The Tulare lett Hona Kona on the 4th oi February and headed for our home ot Yokosuka. l-lere We loaded over 200 Marines and their aear and prepared to itakedfthem to Naha, Okinawa Where We arrived on the lZth of February. 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X ,L,,.?4 N4 J , ' , f 7 , A W, ,Av i M . V . 5 0- . -' ' ' 'nykjxfk L Y. 'x ' 1 A, : puff' I 1 'N f' l X I 3 --f . -4.51 2 ' - 'fav' - - -1g+ 46A -. ?'. :wi24- 1 fwfs A 1 , Q f -X. 1 H Q 5 nf'-LN 'K -, 4-M r q " iff . ' , : ' mfr- " v' f N- , ' ' , MVR , 1 - 3, 'f,A , 1 M - -' .-- mf: qi- -f.e,,..J 1' N A . - I ,ima LY , V , , : I , N y Xu I N ay , - From Naha, the Tulare proceeded to Su- bic Bay for two Weeks upkeep and avail- ability. Once aaain we loaded on board MAG ll., and its equipment and departed Subic on the lst of March for Kaohsiung, Taiwan where We unloaded MAG ll. Upon leavinq Kaohsiung onthe 6th We headed for Okinawa to commence loading opera- tions for the amphibious exercise Blue Star. After spendina ten days in Buckner Bay and vicinity the Tulare sortied from there in company with the Princeton CLPI-l-55 and LSD's Alamo' and Point Defiance. This :Blue operation provided the Tulare with her first opportunity to steam in company at speeds over 20 knots. The rehearsal went off rather smoothly but on D-Day mother nature was not with us as hiah Winds and heavy Winds delayed D-Day one day. D-Day was maxed with the report that 5 Marines missina and afloat at sea in a rubber life raft. Thence, the Tulare started a .Q clay search and rescue effort along With many other ships which was ended when the Marines were located on an island off the coast of Taiwan. ' A '9 by J -,L A, , ,,..,. ,,x.,, P-. lw 1 , ,, ' , its-fi? 3 S tial' 5 1.-'M' ,. ff' --L. - 1' w i N xl! Q 1 it Q ..., L ' K ' ' """' 'WSSHQII-a:SZ"""" -- J s A - . ,V-M , -f - Star" With the completion of Blue Star on the Zfth. of March, we began our backloading from Kaohsiung where we embarked MAG ll. once again for transportation to Subic Bay. After a rapid debarkation of MAG ll -he Tulare left Subic for Kaohsiung once yirfrcf to embark the 7th Communication Fattolion for eight days of upkeep from the Grd to the llth of April. During this period our hopes and anticipations grew as the llth of April and the date for our finial leparture for home grew near. While w. ffl at Subic the men of the Tulare chipped anc- painted her inside anc. out from stem to stern and from top to foottom. Subic also provided us the opportunity to get in some swimming, sun bathing, softball, golf, fly- ing and tennis. Finally, on the early morn of ll April under the light of a nearly full moon the Big slipped guietly out of Subic Bay and began her l9 day trek across the Pacific for San Diego and our loved ones. 'G , X -. ' f f ff f E - Y Q. - fi E fx L , 1 1 H 1. 1 General Quarters w., X ,, My ' fn, L1 -,. fx M 1 , . . x Xlav X ' 1 , ,- ,A V, 4, mv f" '11 1535 Qgfwi K, x, H , Y A M.. f ,' X If X, lui' . f- -, ,M .4-5 , . Q , GJ ,L ,ll .., ,.1fpfP.-I ZEN Q, A , W5 , FEW 7 .2 E46 2 fi X f 162 My f ZW iv LS? xxx? S 4 iw .Q 4 5 5 M gi, 2 Sf :M we S W 552 5 L4 gs? WN 1 I V .4 4 f ix A . . M 4? 4 1 . 3 , Q' Y o L , .3 ,,. 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Coach Young gave the team many point- ers and Cook, "Big" Mac and Carmichael led the team in scoring. ' ' WNV ' Y , '4 3 , , K favs' 3 ou: fn' 292' ' Wg? w7'14w -s1.'4'sg, Q ,J Q' gr W owls sys sw 1, eww WV W A cysii y s Q ff 9 X W 'f ,Vis X7 1,7 fi ' ,X W-SWS 454 W' Ii fk 'X 15501 . W. f mf' , ff -, f X , .,,.-ysws rf fm. ,sas Jszsw-,f Q-mis f, ff ,X ,f f, ,Q 1 ..,,p-f,,,w,.yX 1 ., .,,e-',sA5,4,fSfs, w , Q, , , , tm- 3 3 ff- ,- ,gs Us X sf .-.fs ,Aw 4 f ,k.,p,- f- ,sfo ' 5, ', ..W,,e4vf K ff , ,, , , f K K 's.:w,,fg9l45P X ' 5, ' f -' Q., , , , WN E S-,yyf-Q11 . 4,1227 -' WMA " .Xwsys QZW , f ,' I A ,X mmsmwywy gf ,ts br If M f F , ,ww r hf I KID.. . . .f.? .' .. . V, V Raw ' -PY. 4 THE MEMBERS OF THE TEAM Young, C. E. McClure. C. R. Cook, P. L. McClure. C. D. Crcxven,,T. D. Cooper, I. E. Fields, D. M. Zoph, L. E. Carmichael. C. W. I Rock. S. E. Nero, S. W. ' Augustine, R. V Freymuth, I. E. Russell, I. R. Kuenninq, I.. H. Grubbs, D. A. . gy , fi it I hun f X XA, 12 HI-. ra mf ... 3,,r',, ab, 'Q ke w I ' ' ' I . ff sf' -is Y Y 1 Lula. .ww 1 M' ,, 18' M, , . 51. fn '-7' ' - Li f' Qu.. - N x The ship's bowling team was an- other team which represented the Tulare very Well on the alleys. No ship or station team proved to be too much for the 'keaqlers of the Tulare. With such leading scorers as Cavarretta, Lindsay, Whitmore and Bissonette, the team suffered few defeats and on many occasions E was alole to come loack and make upfor any loss suffered in the first encounter with a team. . THE MEMBERS or THE TEAM . 4 E Ccircxrettcx. L. A. Lindsay. I. S. E Whitmore, R. L. Bissonette. S. N. ' Andmde.lR. I. Widmayer, W. R. A Pqniazoplusf P. N. Thompson. D. H. 1 , 1"'.!Q'. ' ' ' if , N I 'Bs titisbwfis +?x6iff'ff'1-'- f- K---'W , , , L -N. V evo SF wx:fgi'Hsv-., 1' ' 1' ,L H V vujgcriifcff' En, Kff V 1 5-'n'fv'2f .l , , K " 5 , -, . 'si' .inf in-"'1' ., ,t v V,-w-fav, x -,, V - ,- un' 'S " E My 9 kf.. The Tulare never formally organized a boxing team but when the Alamo asked Whe- ther We cared to participate in a boxing smoker they were going to hold on the night of the l5th of lanuary l96O We gladly ac- cepted and sent three eager young lads to represent the ship. ln the first match, l-lerrera Won a unanimous decision as he outclassed and outboxed his opponent. ln the next fight in which a Tulare man participated, Lan- caster floored his opponent twice and gen- erally knocked him around the ring. Finally, Big McClure fought a highly regarded man from the Alamo but he jabbed him into sub- mission. ln Winning this fight, McClure re- ceived the best boxer of the evening award. Herrera and Lancaster also received trophies for their gallant efforts. Thus ended a very bright night in the short life of the Tulare's boxing team. lit 2 . 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V .7 Sai I at KA I xx WLM Y I' f' J u---- ! t K, ,www A fffffWi,.M 4 W H at O hx ,, ,yjbgjk 'P S ' wi Q , , 1' 4 A Q WestPac, it During the tour the Tulare made in T ' and men oi the was the privilege ot the oiiicers Tulare to host over 8,000 visitors to the ship. Whether or government dignitaries we ' 's they were orphans ' ll what the Tulare 1 endeavored to show them a ' d to extend to them our finest ca able ot doing an A l l,000 orphans vve P hospitality. Perhaps the near v ' ' es throughout the cruise had on hoard at various tim provided the men oi the Tulare with the greatest ' h' 's honor guard under feeling ot happiness. The s ip ' Lt. Dasch added a great deal ot leadership oi lst! of tormality to the ceremonies oi the guarterdeclc ed to he well appreciated hy the many and prov Tapanese dignitaries who inspected it. t l at 4 F -at l t I 41 I 3' Vlfffff :5Y.'.g,,:.3' -. -me 3,f ' iiff' Q1 A. 'T Jil . ' z"'v'f1- ' ' ft.8is1?s ' f- .7 F ff' . 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" - OFFICERS . . . O'Brien, Ir., Coronado, Calif- ' CSITHII Bashinski, La Mesa, Calif- Cdr. C. D. Kephart, Bremerton, Wash. I Lcdr. T. S. McCarthY- Chula vista' Calif' Lt. W. E. Scheidler, National CitYf Cam' It. R. c. E. cmven, Jamestown, R- 1- Lt. M. W. Devine fMCl, TOPekCn -Kan- Lt. R. M. Iones, San Dieqdf Calif- ,,, ,,.,, Q- 1!L t. R. D. Dasch, USMC, Derby, Colo. Ltjg. I. F. Skelly CSCI, San Diego, Calif. K . H: Santoro, Mamaroneck, N. Y. C. P. Adams, Wyomissing, Penn. Ltig. P. R. Klinedinst, Garden City, N. Y. Ltig. H. A. Risteen, Martinez, Ga. Ltig. D. F. Fuller, Pacific Beach, Calif. I Ltig. A. R. Darbonne,-Pacific Beach, Calif. Ltjg. I. M. Cralle, Coronado, Calif. I Ltig. H. P. Gary, SleePY EYBI Minn- Ens. A. R. Palmer, San Diego, Calif. Ens. A. C. Mason, Iacksonville, Ala. Ens. R. E. Kribel, Coronado, Calif. Ens. R. P. Mann, San Diego, Calif. Ens. D. R. Anderson, Philadelphia, Penn. Ens. W. C. Iones, Massillon, Ohio Ens. I. A. Carlson, Imperial Beach, Calif. CWO. R. E. Sterling, Chula Vista, Calif. CWO. M. Breeding, San Diego, Calif. CWO. R. S. Beggs, Columbus, Kan. CWO. I. E. Hogan, San Diego, Calif. FIRST DIVISION ' Black, Clayton D., El Cajon, Calif. Booker, Henry T., San Francisco, Calif. , Furniss, W. I., Belvedere, S. C. Gambone, loseph W., San Diego, Calif. lGillette, Gary M., Baton Rouge, La. Hanson, Donald P., New Orleans, La. Howard, William S., Middletown, Ohio Howell, Leo, Sweetwater, Okla. flfarnmerer, William W., Omaha, Nebr. Lancaster, Ronald F-., Black Eagle, Mont. ,lVIcNeely,'William C., Crocketts.Bluff, Ark. Lyle R., Laurens, Iowa INero,j Samuel W.,,Kansas City, Kan. Proffitt, Vaughn H., Sevierville, Tenn. Roberts, Torn A., Kansas City, Mo. vRyan,1yRichard, Chicago, Ill. Selvage,fCharles IE., Udall, Kansas Serald, William I., Williamstown, N. I. Shirley,4'Tommy F., Acworth, Ga. Smith, 'Iames, Yokosuka, Iapan I Vargas, Ignacio, Los Angeles, Calif. ' 4 Weitekamp, Dale F ., Morrisonville, Ill. Willia'ms,, Iames. A., Longview, Texas Young, Chester E., San Diego, Calif., SECOND .DIVISION I - Anderton, Aubrey G., Dallas, Texas , Augustine, Richard V.: Lebanon, Ind. . Barnes, Barney D., H ghson, Calif. ' Bowman, Tommy R., Ionesboro'2'Ark. , Boyle, Robert W., Huntin ton Station Y. 9 , N. Brock, Denon Z., San Fkancisco, Calif. Bryant, Melvin W., Norfafralk, Calif. Cox, Iulius B., Glasgow, MCnI.',i,.'-fi ' Dobbs' Eugene B., San Frandigflnl Gillihan, Keith, Smith River, fC ' Griffin, Robert B-, San Bernardiiifq,-Calif, Hamburg, Neil B., Hollywood, Calif. .. I.eGassa, David M., Ramsay, Mich. ' ' Mudqe, Robert C., Fort Collins, Colo, , MWYUY, William A., San Diego, Calif: Owen. Bobbie D., vqcqvule, cam. I Parks, Norman W., La Mesa, Calif. Rogers' GUTY S-I F021 Worth, Texas Ross, Iames D., San Francisco, Calif, Rutherford, Fred A., Solon, Calif Silveiff Ronald E., St. Ioseph, MCI Y Sutfin, Ernest R., Binghamton, N,.y T Widmayer. William R., Columbus, Ohio THIRD DIVISION V Amado, Iohn, Los Angeles, Calif, BCIl1ql'l,AVEld,on R., Dumas, Texas Barnett, Edward K., Arcata, Cqlif fy , . ' h Bransteitter, Georgie O" Tooeliellflm Broden, l0hnnY R" Pocatello' I G O l Duran, Levi B., Pensacola, Fld- Ellis, Huey L., Hooks, Texas Francis, l0S9Ph T-1 New I3edlord'IgIulfs' Guild, Lawrence C., SPIN Lake' G O Haney. Wayne T-1 Aflinqfon' Texas . lohnson, Maurice D., San Drego, Calif- Leonard, Carroll W-, Newlhauf Cail ' Marler, William, Chula Vista, Calif- McCu1louqh,'Loren L., Cedar Rapids, Iowa Mount, Arthur L., Chica90f nl- - Myres, Harold C., E1 Calonf Cahf' pqygnt, David C., Grand Coulee Dam, Wash Pettit, Frank E., Iacksonville, Fla. , Orcutt, Charles U., Seattle, Wash. i Rosenkrans, George A., Lake More, Ohio Russell, Iames R., Washington, D. C., - Smith, Peter G., Marlboro, Mass Taylor, William C., San DieQ01 Calif- Updike, Charles F., Frankfort, Ken. White, Charles R., West. Los Angeles, Calif. Wiginton, William W., Fayetteville, N- C. FOURTH DIVISION Brown, Robert L., North Long Beach, Calif. Carmichael, Caleb W., Chicago, Ill. Chandler, Iames F., San Diego, Calif. Cormier, Walter G., San Diego, Calif. Craven, Terry.D., San Iose, Calif. Daniels, Iames R., San Diego, Calif. Hasenleder, Elmer W., Saginaw, Mich. Hickey, Michael G., Grand Rapids, Mich. Hoeppner, Edwin, Santa Monica, Calif. Iames, Wilfig L., Compton, Calif. Lindsay, Iack S., Shreveport, La. Savitz, Connell H., Campbell, Calif. Short, Melvin L., St. Louis, Mo. Zwanzig, Lysle D., Chula Vista, Calif. "cf' DIVISION ' ,hp . Aifhur, Earl D., Vineland, N. I. Bifnstihl, William E., Eveleth, Minn. BI5s'bmsIte,,sIunIey N., Anchorage, Alaska Dixson, Stephen W., Port Orford, Oregon Eubanks, Harold D., Beulaville, N. C. Grubbs, David A.. Alexander, Ark. Iwan, Nicholas, San Diego, Calif. Ioyce, Iohnny A., Houston, Texas Meyers, William E., Salem, N. Y. Moore, Richard L., Philadelphia, Penn. Nowicki, Arthur I., Pittsburgh, Penn. Odeis Iames F.. Muskegon, Mich. Rice,fWayne E., Cleburne, Texas Rudd. Greene W., Muskogee, Okla. Singley, D-avid W., Chester, Penn. Sopcich, Iames E., Omaha, Nebr. I Spurbick, George'E., Virginia City, Nev. Stone, Billie H., Greenville, Miss. Talbot Eugene D Ogden Utah ' up M m'l-Waylon: 'Kenneth.1W., Kansas City. Mo. I VIVIGITI, Francrsnf., Yeadon, Penn. Q, "OI-OEf' DIVISION - Blankenship, Hubert B., Albuquerque, N. M, Burns, Robert pM., Houston, Texas . Dean- George W., Fresno, Calif. Frederick, Charles X., III, Shreveport, Lg, Hoernicke, Placido-A., Fort Collins, Colo. Poole, Daniel A.. San Diego. Calif. Prxndle, Roy L., Lamont, Iowa Qnlfmq, Herbert G.. San Pedro, Calif. ' Romero, Anthony E., Trinidad. Colo. f Sln'0VCUk, .Frank F., Houston. Texas Warner, Michael C., Palmdale. Calif. i "M" DIVISION I D I . Aufieri, Iosephlil., Bronx, N. Y. I Bfirdias, Mariano. Santa Monica. Cu Brauer, Norman G., Houston, Texqs Callow, Robert H., Cast V ll ' ' - ' cloud, Michael A., vqn1ZuvZfg6i'l'i' Cranford. Hershel O.. Warren. Ark v Fazzio, Anthony I.. Lake Charles. Fenton, Wade C.. Porterville. Calif. I P f . I M 'Nl :""':"f, '- T I Goodrich. Eddie E. Gore, Paul E., Faison, N. C. Graham, William H., Eastman, Ga. Kuhl, Roland Manning, Iowa Langston. Hubert A., Houston, Texas Newhall, Kenneth W., Uxbridge, Mass. Porterfield, George A., Chula Vista, Calif. Risner, Iack E., Yuma, Arizona Rock, Samuel E., Burkeville, Texas Schoonover, Dale R., Boise, Idaho Stangl, Mark W., Dubuque, Iowa Turner, Lloyd W.. Waterloo, Iowa Williams, William H.. Las Vegas, Nev. Wright. David I., Springville, N. Y. Zozgornik, Michael, Keewatin. Minn. "B" DIVISION 1 Adams, Richard D., Memphis, Mo. Burkhart, Paul W., Castro Valley, Calif. Burkhart. Teddy H., Castro Valley, Calif. Cook, Herchel W., San Diego, Calif. Cooper, Iames E., Camden, Tenn. Edwards, Harold D., Raleigh, N. C. Hatchel, Anthony T., Ir., El Paso, Texas McLean, Iames E., Morrison, Colo. Murray, Kenneth, C., Oxnard, Calif. Peck, Fredrick L., Topsfield, Maine Preckwinkle, Iohn R., Desert Hot Springs. Calif. Riecker, Frederick A., Hamtramck, Mich. Sauls, Ierome O., Bath, S. C. Sluss, Iames E.. Bloomington, Ind. Wilhite, Donald E., St. Charles, Mo. Wisslead, Iames R., Santa Ana, Calif. Ybarra, Federico, San Pedro, Calif. "A" DIVISION Andrade, Raymond I., San Rafael, Calif. Atkinson, Iames A., Atlanta, Ga. Avila, Oscar H., Tucson. Arizona Baker, Iohnnie M., Security, Colo. Bounds, Iames G.. Sebaka, Minn. Chesser, Phillip E., Taylor Springs. Ill. Covey, Iames P., Austin, Texas Cruz, Antonio B., Ir., Honolulu, Hawaii Ellsworth, Loren M., Milwaukie, Oregon Freymuth, Iohn E., Muncie, Ind. Hathaway, Donald' Central Valley, Calif. Hurse, Leslie R., Baker, Oregon - Long, Richsrd.L.-,eDay10n,, Oregon f l Menninger,.Calvin L:,QHu1T0n, S. D. , l McNeil, Robert.-L., CoeurJfd'Arlene, Idaho 'y A Mulcahy, William 'I.. Crookston, Minn. Novotny, Karl I., Brunswick, Ohio' f f ' - Pinson, Ierry R., Crossett, Ark. . Rabe, Iack Ir.,' San Diego,,Calif.. ' I . Rurup, Robert I., Bertha, Minn. l " Schrag, William D., Soap Lake, f1Wash.l Scinski, Ronald I., Chicago, Illf' if " Simpson, Clyde Metropolis, Ill. Swanson, Iohn E., Midlothian, Ill. ' I Swanson, Norman G., Midlothian, Ill. Schoonover, Gary L.. Boise, Idaho , A Teves, Narciso R., Stockton, Calif. Walden, Chester I., Ir., Lynn, Mass. Weeks, Robert V., Boise, Idaho Wentzell, Robert D., Belmont, Calif. "R" DIVISION Bantz, Karl R., Zimmerman, Minn. Clubb, Norris M., St. Louis, Mo. Cole, William, Paragould, Ark. Cooper, Robert F., LaFayette, Ga. Davis. Rudy S., Phoenix, Arizona Davis, Ronald W., Pekin, Ill. Gentle, Ken A. Conneaut Lake, Penn. Goldman, Alexander Slaton, Texas Kali, Andrew T., Honolulu, Hawaii King, Robert I.. Abington, Conn. Knox, Edward L., Oklahoma City, Okla. Martin, Gerald D., Stow, Ohio Mullin, Dennis I., Fullerton. Calif. Schmidt, Leroy Racine, Wisc. Wellstein, Wilmer W., Waukesha, Wise, . . 1 ,. . . , , f ' - .S - 4 ' : , ' 1 I I. W. ,r i ,Q k 5... , 5. -V a , ,K ' 'J Y ' .nw lf'?1"! Tgfi'-4,i: l+ w..-2-f 5'- X - V "E" DIVISION A . Applegate, Omar O., Ir., Oakdale, Calif. Baker, William E., Marshall, Ill. ' Bolding, William M., La Porte, Texas Cook, Donald L., Clovis, N. M. Hart, Robert L., Stockton, Calif. Lopez, Marcial S., Cavite, Philippines McCurry, Herschel D., West Union, S. C. Miller, Russell T., East Hampton, N. Y. Osuna, Iim L., Sacramento,'Calif. Reddick, Richard D., Salt ,Lake City, Utah Reed, Clayton E., Spokane. Wash. Smith, Dane A., Malta, Ohio Smith, Ierry D., Buchanan, Ga. Wood, Warren E., Ir., Alton, Ill. Woodyatt, Dean A., Sterling, Ill. "N" DIVISION Douglass, Willie B., Memphis, Tenn. Gillihan, Kenneth, Smith River, Calif. McClure, Carl D., Whiteface, Texas McClure, Charles R., Whiteface, Texas Munoz. Tom D., W. Des Moines, Iowa Schiazza, Silvio, Ir., Steubenville, Ohio Zoph, Lincoln E., Mt. Vernon, Ind. DIVISION Cowan, Roy T., Knoxville, Tenn. Fields, Delvin M., Louisville, Ken. Iames, William G., San Diego, Calif. Platon, Luciano V., Tanauan, Batangas, R. P Primiterref Walter E., San Diego, Calif. DIVISION I Cenita, Cesar A., Bilar, Bohol, R. P. Casper, Quentin E., McCook, Nebr. Garcia, Ray, "A", Clifton, Arizona Grove, Ronald H., Fresno, Calif. Hughes, Thomas E., Spartanburg, S. C. Kuenning, Lonnie R., Santa Maria, Calif. Lovelady, Walter H.. Malvern, Ark. Mann, Iames C., Elma, Wash. Meim, Eleuterio U., Mayantoc, Tarlac, R. P Smith, Donald Atlanta, Ga. "S" DIVISION Anderson, David M., Ukiah, Calif. Aranas, I. B., Tanza, Cavite, R.P. Andrews, David B., Yadkinville, N. C. Bautista, P. R., National City, Calif. Blevins. French P., Imperial Beach, Calif. Brys, Willi'am'f"F", Dyer, Ind. A-3 . I Buxbaumf Charles E., McAlester, Okla. Cavarretta, Liborio A., San' Diego, Calif. Colvin, Nathaniel, Pensacola, Fla. Fleming, Eugene, Stockton, CalifQ -I 1 f Garcia, U. M., Castillejos, Zambales, R. Garrido, I. D. B., Coronado ,Calif. Garrido. T. Z. B., San Diego, Calif. f m I Giese, Robert I., Stockton, Calif. e ' p Grimes, Wavne'E., Ponca City, Okla. Herrera, P. U., Pasay City, R. P. 7 y, . Q Hobbs, Billy I., Tulsa, Okla. ,Q ., 7 7 A Hudspeth, C.'B., Oklahoma City, Okla. l Ignao, Iose V., Tabon Lawit, Cgviet, RQIP. Iay."qCarl D., Riverside, Calif. ' Iones, Bill I., Los Angeles, Calif. " 4 I Lamar, David, r., San Diego. Califf 1 Martinez.,-Patrick M., Denver, Colo. ' Mccabe, ,Vernon E., San Francisco, Calif. McCray. Watson C., Brent, Ala. - Miller. Everett V., Bogalusa, La. Pantazoplus, Pete N., Lemon Grove ,Calif. Phillips, Iames H., Barstow, Calif. Pilcher, Tom E., Rome, Ga. Pinkney, W. A., San Diego,'4Calif. QuismorioL.G. Gaoavan. Ilocossur. R. P. Randolph,-'Claude M., Caroline Beach, N. C. Rix, Ranold D.,,ASeattle, Wash. A Stevens, Ioseph, Columbus, Ga. 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