Duxbury Bay (AVP 38) - Naval Cruise Book

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V W MIDDLE EAST CRUISE J uss DUXBURY BAY AVP-38 1954-1955 1 f P 1 E i 1 E 1,1 ' 1 1 I I Y V a i Y + K1 LFUMLQJQ, bmw f f fL7S'Cf9vf51g BRIEF HISTORY OF THE USS DUXBURY BAY CAV?-333 The USS DUXBURY BAY is a small seaplane 'render 3I0 feel long and 42 fee'I wide. Whera fully manned she has a compIemen'I' of .250 men. She began hercareer on 2 Ociober I944, when she was launched aff 'rhe lake Wash- ing'I'on Shipyard, Kirkland, Washinglon. The name DUXBURY BAY came from a bay of Ilwe same in Massak chuse++s. She was commissioned aI' Lake Washingron on 3I December I944. I A+ San Diego, in February. I945. She conducfed her shakedown cruise and performed her Hrs? flevfcling opera'I'ions. I The DUX Ieff I'he S'ra'Ies on I2 March I945, for Pearl Harbor. Upon arrival she was assig Sed I'o Commander Air Force, U. S. Pacific FIeeI'. From Pearl Harbor she proceeded +o Eni'Iwe+ok, Ihe Marshall Islands, Guam, 'I'he Caroline Islands and Okinawa. I+ was aI' Okinawa 'rhar +he DUXBURY BAY saw i+s only aclion during World War II. During an air a'I"rack she suffered sIighI' damage and IosI' one man. This was in May, I945. She conlinued 'I'o Iend seaplanes un'riI 'rhe end of hosI'iIi+ies. Af+er I'he war she re+urned Io San Francisco, arriving Ihere in OcI'ober, I946. In I947 and I948 Ihe DUX made Iwo cruises Io 'rhe Far EasI'. In March, I949, she was underway for a round- 'Ihe-world cruise Ihaf Iook her Io Pearl Harbor, Manila, Singapore, Colombo, and Ihe Persian Gulf. On Ihis Irip she remained in +he Gulf for one monlh, serving as Flagship, Commander Middle Easl' Force. In January, 'rhe DUX again deparled for Ihe Persian Gulf and Io du+y as Flagship, Commander Middle Easl Force. Since +ha'r 'rime she has compIeI'ed seven cruises 'ro 'rhe Persian Gulf. I Commander Malcolm S. Ragan, USN, was born on 8 November I9I5, af Yonkers, New York. A+ 'rhe presenf fime, he and his family are residing a+ I I5 88I'h Sfreef, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Commander Ragan graduafed 'from Wa- bash College af Crawfordsville, Indiana, in I936. He enfered 'rhe Navy as an aviafion cadef in Ocfober I937, and was degignafed a naval aviafor in November l938, upon com- plefion of flighf fraining. Prior 'ro reporfing aboard I'he DUXBURY BAY in March I954, Commander Ragan was Chief Sfaff Officer of Commander Naval Air Bases, Thirfeenfh Naval Disfricf, in Sea'HIe, Washingfon. During World War II, he flew Liberafors and Privafeers in 'rhe Pacific and was in command of a pafrol bomber squadron in fhe Philippines during fhe Ia'Her parf of fhe war. I Capfain Henry H. Hale, USN, was born JuIy,23, I907, in Gary, Indiana. Af 'I'he pres- enl' he resides al' 5508 Brile Drive, Befhesda, Maryland. He is married and has fwo daugh- +ers: Sally and Rae. Capfain Hale enfered 'rhe Naval Academy in I927 and was commis- sioned as Ensign in 'rhe U. S. Navy in June, I93I. In I934 he was designafed a Naval Aviafor. In I940 Capfain Hale 'roolc ,command of a fraining squadron a'I' Corpus Chrisfi, Texas. In I94I he commanded fhe firs'I' Naval AviaIor's Ins'lruc'for School af Corpus Chrisfi. During' World War II he served on I'he carriers SAN JACINTO and"FRANKLIN and was decorafed for valor on bofh. He was awarded 'rhe Navy Cross while on 'rhe FRANKLIN. Capfain Hale has served on 'rhe Sfaff of Commander, Sixfh Fleel' and Sfaff of Com- bined American and Brifish .Forces in Triesfe. Since July, I954, he hasserved-as Command- ing Officer, USS DUXBURY BAY IAVP-38I. I I A I ' if T ' we u. s. s. ouxsum' BAY IAVP-381 t 'ffl Care of Fleei' Posf Office . J- ' V S4Vl New York, New York Bolvigg It was late in August 1954 when our good ship, the U .S.-S. DUXZURYBAY' ' CAVP-382 was released to the Atlantic Fleet by the Portsmouth Naval ,Ship Yards A . I like all ships coming out of the Naval Yard, the "G needed grooming and training before as'-Sunngng ' ies. She was not exactly clean or ' ly six-ty-five percent wer aboard, one-h Per ' alloping Ghost", 4 her lmpending' responsibilitf- V ship-shape and of her crew, approximate-f f e new men and officers. Of the old timers fistill ' t"- - alt' were slated for transfer before her departure to theff. sian Gulf. After a brief few days to prepare for sea and load all , A aflvnnnition and stores, the USS DUXBURY BAY was underway on a months train- ing cruise to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. At Guantanamo all hands turned to with a will to prepare forthe coming V cruise to the Middle East and to weld Ship and crew into a single- proficient Unit. The hours were long and the tasks tedious, but not without compensation, the first consisted of two good liberty ports - Santiago, Cuba and Port-au- Prince, Haiti. These interesting cities provided pleasant and well-earned ' relaxation and recreation. The greater reward, however, was a knowledge that as we returned to Norfolk we had become an efficient Ylhit of the Atlantic T Fleet.' The "DUX" was now clean, orderly and ship-shape, capably manned by a r pr0ud and experienced crew. After a week at Norfolk with friends and loved ones we put to sea for the start of a seven months' cruise. It soon became evident that the value of this cruise had to be measured by more than the training of a fighting Unit or the visits to strange and exotic portsg it must also include the value of the friendships established g on board. In seven months one learns the mea-ning of the term "shipmnte" and comes to rely on the association with the friends and companions with whom he lives so closely. It is such friendship that make the lonely watches pass .more quickly and add interest to the routine of shipboard duties. Moreover, it is such friendship that adds imneasurably to the enjoyment and pleasure of the liberty parties in ports far from home. It is the purpose of this cruise book to help preserve the pleasant memories of the l954-1955 cruise, and to strengthen and perpetuate the fond friendships which came into existence during this time. Althwgh transfers will separate many shipmates, the cherished memories will remain and later on in life we can live again, through this book, our trip to the Mediterranean, Red Sea, Persian Gulf, Africa, South America and the Caribbean. UQSQ NaVy Commanfiilng Office I' f ff ---L s misi- :X As . 2 4 R I X-J .A ,,..4...., Y V--..- -x--7'f'A--W - - '5 f in F ,X X I ' .,,,.,-Q,-4f'2'.cff f Wi,-, NX 'Sn -..,,,s Ns Ns X .2-.. "si 1' S xxx-it hqhqhs s N, - -s s, X ssx ""-""'-w-.iT' my w...,:""""' if Q X EXECUTIVE l RX 'Q Fron+ Row-L 'ro RQNeal, P. G., YNI, Chaplain C. W. Harcly, L+ E. J. McCar+l'1y, Cavanaugh, J. M., BMC, Bag well, W. H., GMI. Back Row--L 'ro R-Palladino, J. W., SN, Rembisz, F. L., SN, Bryan, W. D., SN, Drumheller, H. H., YNI, Lovelacly B. M., SN. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT Bum dope ar+aS+ lpodl H J' J fo Q 'X 2 ,J X y, K 41 hw if?-EX mv 5 MQW' Q4 X MEDICAL Q L +o R-LTJG S. E. Edwards, Parker, C. W., HMC, Diofallevi, J. V., HM3, Senokossoff, A. J., HN. This one lived me Wei 7-1, ,J72ivf' M f 4 'f - 59" " ssf..W,,' '7 I my M . . X Q ' if Qi . , ' - 1 'f f ' 5 " U S f Z ' Z ' figs f f . 1 fi 7 'I 1 ' if is .M ,, ff 5 W" f , Q f f - 4 W , , f as M J X f ff, 2 .MLM A ' MPM 1 ' iNo s+rain - no pain Being needled Nervous in Hwe service w-M-...,...1- .+...., .,,, si 7 . S Z: i ,Q fe Q W, i lx1AvsQATfQfx1 Fronf Row-L To R-Heisler, R. V., QMSN, Harrison, H. F., QMI, LCDR R. A. Sampson, Goodson, E. W., QM2, Loughery, W. J., QM3. 7 Back Row-L 'ro R-Swindell, J. R., QM3, Benne++ R. A., SN, Kohler, V. E., AN, James, M. L., SN, Fos+er, J. S., SN. NAVIGATION G-L-X-S-R-U-H-T-A Where are we??? Naviga+ion dept a+ work Skiwie WGVGYS G o s 0 0 0 a o e . ax F QW iQ 7 f' PX Q QW' C X , 1 fix-3 ogg!" I 'f l o O 0 E .00 0 e 6 414' C, ' lug! 0 Q f O 0 jg, 0 O 2 0 K 5' 0 0 0 G O 0 . ., 1 --G 0 o o 0 0 G if ' a 5 fffvp Nd!!-' ENGINQG RWD Fronf Row-L Io R-Kelly, R. E., ENI, MaI'I'I1ews, W. P., Jr., ENC, LT R. M. Hus'ry, ScI1ul+z, F. C., M. A., ENI, Wilson, E. H., ENI, ' ,Marrero Middle Row-L +o R-Moran, W. T., Jr., SA, Morrissey, P. P., EN3, Fahnesloclc, R. L., FN, Secor, F. M., FN, Free- man, B. T., EN2, Bienfang, G. E., Jr., EN3, Beliveau, A. W., FN, Klain, E. J., EN3. Back Row-L +o R-Baier, E. E., FN, Bemis, G. A., EN3, Lingle, R. L., EN2, Bonnell, A. L., FA, Mahoney, MMLFN. A MAIN PROPULSION H ENGINEERING ELECTRICIANS Fronl Row-L 'ro R-Negasl, F. A., EMFN, Gaulcer, R. E., AEI, ENS D. G. Carson, Asbell, J. R., EMI, Doerr, KI. H., FN. Back Row-L 'ro R-Leone, G. G., FN, Lamberl, J. W., Jr., EMPEN, Mogavero, 6. A., EM2, Harker, T. R., lC3, Ray, R. J., -EM2, Hicks, B. TE., FN, Wheeler, M. C., EM2. i I? Q 1 1 1 g . - . Drivew- A HXMARY DlvlsloN . +o R+Reeves, F. W., ENI, Kovachik, A. J., FPC, ENS D. G. Carson, Pres+on, H. B., MMI, Silva, J. J., . DCWI. Middle Row-L 'ro R-Seyler, W. C., MM3, Erbicella, F. M., MM2, Porlanova, F. A., FPFN, Kowalski, J. D., FN., I Samson, R., Jr., DCFN, Rose, A. G., ME2, Hall, R. E., MMLFN, Shields, W., MM3. Back Row-L +o R+Hin+on, M. D., FPFN, Weber, R. L., MEFN, Nichols, W. H., FP3, Kalafa, S. H., EN2, Cross- ley, G. M., MEFN, , . BOILER DIVISION Fron'r Row-L +o R-Kleckowsld, P. J., BT2, LT R. M. Husfy, Filzgeralcl, J. L., BT3, Wiflcowslci, E. E., BT3. Back Row-L +o R-Ells, K. G., FN, Brady, P. J., FN, Dufcher, W. R., FN, Garner, H. A., FN, Campbell, W. A., FN. E Forward Engine Room One Armed Drive,- ' Xu f X 1 Mr. Fixii' Now This . .I . . ShipfiH'er's Shop No Wonder We're Losf ls We ls Or ls We Ain'+? Bilge Ra'rs' Paradise l Forward Engine Room Preslon al' Hue Drill The Goaleed Three xA X fi? igis 1 zz X L ff" ,s ,f fs' ...G ' .ff f,,,.4 y f f '14 aj. Lf ff 4 I . xxx' . , W .M M f N ff , ,,,, V I I , Z A X Z 3,.,,,,, Off.. iff K f f X ff! 1 44 f 1 Z0 ff W X f X Q , f f 5 '2 i l K: ? 2 Fr6r1'r Row-L +o R-Thompson, T. R., AD2, Zelum, J., ABI, LT E. J. McCar'rI1y, Toner, W. A., AB2. Back Row--L 'ro R-Havwryliak, P., AN, Larkin, J. E., AN, Cas+ro, J. I., AT3, Kamin, K. L., AN, Davis, B. R., AN, Morris, F. B., AN. I AIR DEPARTMENT ..-- ruff ww Q f 2-f. J VV ,V f .V '--r 7 rrrrk 1 sf 0,41 A 4, - pf'-Q,-vfff if, W - , . , y?747W7fy!5W,w-M..,ff-W - ff- f -my f 1 I , Wfjffiffhrfjf A Q! X W f:'x!'!7 1 ff-Y' 3,54 ,, 4 ' fi W ' f ff 4' Q f ff! Q., www , J, ,. Kwyfffwjyw ff, Z 7-b7X'f-fi-'WM?1iQ3QWW74W f I g5fQiy,,Qgi,,12,fyQqny W f f f I , , rf y,,,l, , f 'f..2?-JZZKVMC2 iff V I, ' -V 4 WV ff 7 ,Q f rm fly. ' , ..-, . -yu X 71 V WS' f'ffV'fvifZw"' 'f ' f V' , -Z fl . X . V, I . 4 ' V. A , ' A f . .V '---A- V . f f V , -V f ,. VV " , f W. ' H "wif ' Y .X , . .. .,5" -V +V :J , ,S ,..J. ,.:',1f'f KW .' 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IV Ns 7 CQ" x x fiiws Qovxyg ,ao Ty 9 'Avis P 'P' Nix jsupm.YIw is E I 5 X J Fron+ Row-L Io R-Dickson, W. F., SKI, Cenica, E. C., TN, Weaver, D. F., SKI, Kaufholz, G. R., SH3, BtTaSfieICI J. W., SHI, Horn, C., SN. Second Row-L Io R-Paris, L. D., SKI, Davis, J. E., SKC, LT D. W. DanieI, ENS J. C. Tufundgy, NewIcirIc,-W. C. CSC, Records, F., CSI. i '.:" .I I Third Row-L ro R-Lacy, J., TN, Riley, E. M., SH3, Enzor, B. G., SN, Zania, J. L., SH3, Adams. A. E., SH3, Her'reI D. H., AK3, Bailey, VV. M., Jr., SD3, Ruben, J. P., CS2, Torlone, E., SN, MeIanio, S., SD3, Tryon, H. N., TNI, HoIIering, W. N., DKSN Schmucker, L. E., DKI, Johnson, R. A., SDI, Bryanlr, O.,T., SD3, Brown, R. H., CS2. Back Row-L Io R--Jones, J. M., SN, Grooienhuis, J. A., SK3, Crawford, C. H., TN, Lewis, H. R., SN, JaIeHe, F. J. SN, Calma, C. Y., SD3. Absenr-Freer, W. H., SN, Pierce, H. A., CS2. SUPPLY DEPARTMENT .3 G I S 7 2 5 f S 7 I S S f P , i 4 2 'V ' ,f f ,, , W. W, ,W , 4 4, , ' mf ff ,f f W f f , I ,W X f Y X lyflfif , f f,f X ,fri ,gffff f ,ff Q M off V f Wf 4 f ,' , , fi ,f fwffyf f 1 f 4 y if ' 1 exif Gedunlc Sailors Malte Up Your Mind, Sailor Tse' 5 I Q .S i v V X :fam N i 5 "l Wish I Could Afford This Gefiing Clipped Kind of Chow Our Friend - Twice A Monfh i kk ' f ""'X 5 H ,1 ,,,,...........? 0"- S X f ,- 4 f l '4 " 6 :D""-' - -U5 ZWJS-sigx 2 X OPERATIONS Ml wfm ,' .Z jfkf fyyyy Z fi . iff? ff .9 ' ffxff Lf CIC AND ELECTRONICS Fron+ Row-L Io R-Lipman, J. R., ETCA, LT C. E. Davis, CDR E. B. Abrams, ENS S. H. HoweII, Upham, M. E., RDI. Middle Row-L Io R-Neale, G. A., Jr., ETSN, Weimar, C. E., RD3, Haskins, C. R., ET2, Cook, M. E., RDSN, Bucci, , A C. T., ET3, Gawriluk, E. G., RD2, Rich, G. E., Jr., SN, Kauffman, J. E., RD2, Lancas+er, A. T., RDSN. Ba.:IcIiRow-L +o R--Lehigh, S. C., RDSN, Jennings, C. E., II, ETSN, Ramella, F. N., AG2, Hobbs, K. R., RDSN, ' Hibler T B ET3 Absenf-Frariz, C., SN, Roberfson, J. W., PHI. I Fron'r Row-L Io R-Barfon, V. M., RMI, LT C. E. Davis, CDR E. B. Abrams, ENS S. H. HoweII, WiId, J. E., RMI. MiddIe Row-L Io R-Goforfb, H. T., RMSN, Seigars, F. E., RM2, Grinnell, D. R., TE3, Connor, T. A., RMSN, Frederick, C. G., RM3, Garling, W. D., RMSN, In'Irovigne, R. F., TESN. Back Row-L 'Io R-Benson, W. A., Jr., RM3, Nargi, A. A., RMSN, McNamara, G. P., RMSN, Perez, J. S., TE3, CuiIIo, R. S., RMSN, Field, T. L., RMSN. ...' Q. P051 Office Roger, Able, Dog, Hem, Oboe, George, Able, Nan, George CIC CIC ' OFF Du+y Hours Don'+ Wriie - Wire! 2Xx-f My QW f "N'b fi, ,Z rw? y GUNNERY Y X 'fij 0' J I No F r V I Firs+ Row-L fo R-Mocfooly, B., em, sIoo+aooIy, J. e., GMC, LT D. P. Crosby, Farley, R. M., e-Mz, F., GM3. Second Row-L +o R-Blood, C. D., Aos, Robinson, E. P., SN, Moore, C., ew, Moelroy, J. O., SN, erooo,,Ii.fP.J, SN, Bauer, R. E., SN, Grohol, A. J., Jr., FT3. Third Row-L fo R-Ulmer, R., Jr., FTSN, Brinkman, T. J., Heuer, R. H., SN, Scofield, W. A., SN. I if Absenf-Grahm, Karl L., GM3. GUNNERY DEPARTMENT - FOX DIVISION We Didn"l' Have Any Par'l'S Leff Over Thus Tlme Resmded - Don,+ L Cleaning fhe Guns KK ff' 4-I WA , Kneeling-L +o R-Hayes, H. R., SN, Shrode, R. K., SN, Hopkins, B. N., SN, Hallock, H. F., SN, Bradley, H., SN Wes+, G., SN, Reid, J. R., BM3. ,I Sealed-L 'ro R-Kirby, E. F., BMI, LT D. P. Crosby, CHBOSN R. Bafes, Coleman, G. L., BM2, Rifchie, B. BM2 Firs'r Row, Sfanding-L 'ro R-Callier, C. H., SN, Flores, R., BM3, Filary, D. V., SN, Pi++, W. L., SN, Brown, J. H. SN, Lavin, E. E., SN, KnoHs, F. A., SN, Bewley, A. W., SN,'Kidd, L. L., SN., Williams, E. J., SN. Back Row-L +o R-Boff, E. R., SN, Bono, W. A., SN, Mann, L. D., SN, Sword, B. E., BSN, McConkey, K. R., SN Miller, G. L., SN, Carriero, C. J., SN, Blymire, E. T., SN, Leinhauser, H. J., SN. Absenr-Farr, E. W., SN, Williams, M., SN, Carrer, G. W., SN, Beecher, H., SN, Carlson, W. S., BM3. DECK DEPARTMENT ' Pa+cl1 H - Pain+ I+ Deck Force in Ac+ion?? 1 Anchors Awelghl Now Do I+ Like This! Z, l l i l l l Taxi! Holy S+oning +l1e Deck P E l Man Overboard Drill Af+er S+eerinq Wa+cl'i Z I ix F- ff CQMMANDER MIDDLE EAST FCDRCE r V Rear 'Admiral Allen Smifh, Jr., was born March 24, I904, ln Cincinnafi, Ohio. He graduafed from fhe Naval Academy in l927. In l930 he complefed flighf fraining af Pen- sacola, Florida, and was designafed a Naval Aviafor. Admiral Smifh has had exfended dufy in bofh fhe Aflanfic and Pacific. Being a Naval Aviafor, mosf of his sea dufy has been wifh aircraff carriers. His firsf command, how- ever, was a fender, fhe USS SANDPIPER. Admiral Smifh has been fhe Commanding Of- ficer of five ships, fheilasf being fhe affaclc carrier, USS PHILIPPINE SEA. During fhe consfrucfion of fhe U. S. Base af Thule, Green- land, Admiral Smifh was fhe Commanding Of- ficer of fhe USS NORTON SOUND, operaf- ing in supporf of fhe consfrucfion program. Before assuming command of fhe Middle Easf Force on I5 December l954, Admiral Smifh was fhe Commanding Officer of fhe Naval Sfafion, Bermuda. Rear Admiral Harry H. Henderson, USN' was born Ocfober IZ, l904. He was reared in Massachuseffs. In l92I he enfered fhe Na- val Academy and was commissioned in H19 Navy upon graduafion in l925. During his firsf years of Naval service, Ad. miral Henderson spenf mosf of his sea dufy in submarines. He is a qualified submarine com. mander. However, he also saw service on de- sfroyers and baffleships. Admiral Henderson has always been ac-live in sporfs. He is a former U. S. Amafeur Mid- dleweighf Boxing Champion. ln I928 he was a member of fhe U. S. Olympic Team. y During World War ll Admiral Henderson firsf commanded a desfroyer and lafer a squadron of desfroyers in fhe Pacific. Before assuming command of fhe Middle Easf Force in June, I954, Admiral Henderson was Commander of a Desfroyer Flofilla af- fached 'ro fhe U. S. 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The shaikh's kingdom consisfs of several small islands abouf 20 miles off 'rhe coasf of Saudia Arabia. The group fakes nfs name from 'rhe Iargesf island of fhe group, Bahrain. G If is nof known when 'rhe islands were firsf seffled buf archaeological inscripfions seem fo indicafe a civiliza- hon daI'es back fo abouf 5000 B.C. The firsf hisforical reference 'ro 'rhe islands da'fes back fo 2500 B.C. The islands have been imporfanf for cenfuries. I+ is known fhaf many orienfal kings were inferesfed in fhem. . In 'rhe sixfeenfh cenfury I'he islands firsf came under European influence. The Porfuguese had confrol of fhe islands for almosf a cenfury. During fhe Iaffer par'I of 'rhe ninefeenfh cenfury fhe islands came under Brifish influence and profecfion and have remained so ever since. AI fhe presenf 'rime 'rhe pefroleum indusfry is-fhe primary indusfry of Bahrain. The Bahrain Pefroleum Com- pany has a refinery on fhe island. However, for cenfuries before fhe discoveryyof oil 'rhe Bahrain Islands were famous as 'rhe cenfer of 'rhe pearling indusfry of 'fhe Persian Gulf. This is for fhe birds Ambassadors of good wil Rug markef I ius'r go'r a l'1o+ 'rip Day a+ 'rho races , ....,....,,,WY,,..Y,,,,,...,, .. , .. , .. , M, ww, Vffwaw.. , ,c,,,,,,,,,, Wm, . 1-.B-.-n- 1, 4, rms ummm- -- - Bargaining in Bahrain Ski receives Secreiary of Navy's Commenda+ion Na+ive show Shipis library +ail liberfy iwi+h blankeis Chow-hound on le-f+ COM Tennessee -deparfing ff! , W I 5 4 1 2 Honor guard ADM Cassady inspec'I's flag 3 Honor guard ADM Cassady inspec+s crew - xx QM .W-.N X x Pro+es+an+ church service ho IC Rose service W fs:fw'4- ,X , M, SW X- s ,f ,fr 'f 7. 9 W", ,f. W y .W-w w M r W f f 4 V ,,, Q! A ff .. ,M 7 fha, iv S, , 4 ,, Z, I if Z Welcome aboard Chrlsfmas dinner San'ra I 7 WM QW! If IJ n Exfra dui' I 1 5 I n w I w K 1 +5 sf H s , ,r N I W RM ,U , N N 1 M - VVVV ---i..i--,,,. Fungus haven 5 AA The la+e shif+ Aweigh 'rhe whaleboai' fno hanclsj S'rree+ scene Johnson gnves a lec+ure X x N X N,,,.....---""' R 5 X wk X QASRA, IRAQ Khurramshahr-This is i+ Cruising dbwn 'rhe riifer S+u Black gold' AL-,adam Indiana man-Where's Eve? den+ nurses from Basra Wardroom uegfg 9 Touris+s ' , A1 Whafforml RAS TANURA, SAUDI ARABIA Moslem mosque Hang on, Mike! They were doing Hue Mambo General view f , effkqw X f 4.404-W .lf H ffdwff, 5, W kf,,f.i,1 .f f A. Q ,-f , f ,LLL 4' 1 , X ' A n f ,,. . l Z . 4 ,g 02 .l,,iX-Us V-Qu, Q. ,. ,V lc V. ly A l 1 IX- if jig? I 5 , , 4 ,,.+v'.if' f ,, ,ff ' ,Z fhk Lk,v.- 'Wes f e l y f ff Qfy off ff yd ffm!! ' 0 . 0' y W ---' S-f gif- fiwmijm SSX Aasffvrygy w 1.,l,Q .!' of We ' W ? - y or N ,Q .ff gf., Av A-2 ye ,QW f , 4-.F-an 1 ff f . ff I ,--- A , Would you believe I+? Tuborg ,fy - ' ADEN, ADEN PRCDTECTORATE Flee+'s in Honey wagon Sfreef scene Q AXAQOO6 ',5,ime,,AiYFgAhad by all Ummmmmmm-good V - "'F',,, , ,.., f.xwwf.xvmv Nm w-,ww N -x3XSNQvXi4?NV22.xS K . X W x xx x i f wi? who has 1-he ball? Sack race-Arab sfyle JIDDA, SAUDI ARABIA S+rike I'Z1Q,..WSvMW ' ' 'wffffl .M fs X li X .. Ns Y - 'mama MASSAWA AND ASMARA, ERITREA, EAST AFRICA Summer home Three of A A , , -wi 5 -' ' wi! A , W9'f6 off +0 ASVTIGFG Some more 'rouris+s Chaperoned by +heir husbands Rapid +ransi+-Asmara s+yle JERUSALEM Lazrus' fomb Herod's ga+e View of 'rhe ci+y rNL1llYI'L IRI ZEILIAYIP Church of +he Holy Sepulcher Jerlco The Jordan River Well a+ Jerico Belhlehem Small 'Fry-Red 'Sea Cruise l More small fry-Red Sea Cruise Same old movies! , 31-tgww , 5, s, 'N - fi f ZQ4Wfif'4',7 jYf,'f,f?'f!l 6 A Ulf f I I ' 2 VZZW-!Q'WfZx7X77zf!fwfrfv V ff ZQV if '7"C-W? ww ,W 2 f-ff . J , m I f 6 f f , , 7 , WV W ' 6? 'Q f f 4 ' i i ' f " W fi K X f'.f-5.4 "" Q 2 " 7' ii' ' X' Q 6 Q .. V , S' U f, , gf Q s go , 9 4VyA, is 45 4f,fOX., S, is X , my yw?-, if X wg, , 5 f, .,,. f s X ,K , 3 xv- , ,ge Q -gs 5-Q5 rg, Q fm-f Q L54 ,..- iff. f,f, a I ,cf if H , ,V ,s" 7QV,k,f f TQ,-f 'f Y 0 ' if , V ,, V, W I if W K A H: F As fs if ' A Q xwxf 0 XY W Hooray! New movies-Red Sea Cruise fi l 1 i 1 3 z 3 Buying rugs7 Keowalr Auld Lang Syne Bahrain Can Do-The Hindu and his Bandi'fs Radio DUX Hobby shop yi , Rober+son's lucky ca+ch D-..L - -,.- The big one go+ away Sun bafhing 3 F' I I ik RELIEVED BY THE VALCCUR Off+o.greeHfiWe 1iVA1fCOUR Guiding me vALcouR in The Sack I Admiral Smi+h's farewell A sad farewell?? N I 1 -:W 'fa :nj fizifl' Q ' 'FJ' 1' V. .fri A' ' 1. ' ' fi 1 51 -I 1 L SEY MEAD '13 Laws? 2 wg? n . 1' X. ,. V. V I ' xg f' In a - .,g 11 L We 6.1 QWX "sz 3 5 23 Domain of Neptunns Rex March 1955 ze so J Q 1 K N, 4, is a-:J inf ia! suave-BNA AND SUMMONS EXTRAUHDINARY The Royal High court of the Raging Main gy X i? To Whom May Come These Presents Greetings and Beware Q WI-IEREJXS, The good ship DUXBURY BAY, bound sourthward of the Equator, will enter into ounidomain for the first time, and iff the aforesaid ship carries a large and loathsome cargo of 1and+-lubbers, p beach-pambersgiguard-rats, sea-lawyers, lounge lizards, parlor-dunigans, plow-deserters park-bench "warmers, chicken-chasers, hay-tossers, flour-flushers, cross-word puzzle bugs, bridge sharks, Long Beach sheiks, Pike cowboys, asphalt arabs, and other foul sf sv! 2 -- 'creatures of- th'-elland, falsely masquerading as seamen , of which low scum you are membez. ?2 U having never appeared before us, and ' T if "i.. CUURT of the Raging I-Lain will convene on board the good ship R .,DU2il3URY EfAY,.ony4-the 23rd day of March, 1955, at 430 58' OO" East longitude, ooo 60' OO' latitude, and 'R ,Q I anpinspection of our Royal Muster shows that it is high time your sad and yi g 'L wandering nautical soul appears before OUR AUGUQT PREJENCE: 1 BE IT fzfc , That we hereby summon and command you to appear before the Royal High Court and Our August Presence on the aforesaid date as Such time assi may best suit OUR pleasure, under penalty of eternal pickling. ,gy You will accept most heartily and with good grace the pains and penalties of the QM awful tortures that will be inflicted upon you to determine your fitness to be one of our Trusty Shellbacks and answer to the following charges: 4 CHARGE I: In that you have hitherto willfully and maliciously failed to show reverence and allegiance to our Royal Person, and are therein and thereby a vile QZT landlubber and pollywog. CHARGE 11: CHARGE III: V Disobey this Summons Under Pain of Our Swift and Terrible Displeasure. Our Vigilance is Ever Wakeful, Our Vengeance is Just and Sure -' ' yi' Given Under Our Hand and Seal NEPTUNUS REX Ruler of the Raging Main NIES , Clerk i i 1 ix gras i I 53 A aaaaa XX .C-.VLGJW 5 xl . N N4 -N 3 A:...:,f5w ,aa ,W - 3 .,s.r..,p.1,,:-:f..N3 I . Qs ' ,mu sc X ,X J o . 'J . 0 f V f"'?f"'!', . ...- M' ' ' .A A-'Sua1v:aa.f , v, 4 , f4" mmmum-mmf J-.nw f ' f f f Y 4 Ag ruff Q f 'Q 4 ff ' Z ,e 1 x X X if QWKW ,H 5 -' . 1. - gl . I "Q " F Q, ,g 1 M B ,gil A Za Z J MGMBASA KENYA EAST AFRICA y 1 A? is I I 25 WE 33 M f vi, w ' 'wi RSE 5 W. ,, i W fa' 1 ,S .WH -we :wg fy? isl' 1 A5 AM SJ ' W is up Q: fi B S Wx ffl Z , W. Si 9 W , 5 N 1 S'rree+ scene Cu,-go 3: 5 I ! ! E S+ree+ marke+ Recreafion .WH A, A.,,,,. A ,,,A.,A,,A,.,,.....,...,A..,..,. A 1,. ,......A..,..,..,. - ,...... 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