Norris (DD 859) - Naval Cruise Book

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it 1 f r N f 'Q 1 4 r' 1 vi Ml ll 'T 1 I 7 e W E 3 A 7 r: T 4 v-, u E ,T 3 1 2 Q1 ,. 5.1 1 5 K 1 L: 5 it 'I "5 , Q, 4 x - 1 1ui- lnunnunaaliii-r I Q I 160 570 fsfo' mo 16 11055 x:-.....-.-.,..44s.,..., -f--H-w""""' ' Cruim KXQQIQLH l q faq' VIETNAM DEPLOYMENT OF USS NORRIS DD-8591 I GULF or R Q Tomuu ..ir1:1:2Es2s2s22:e:s:s2s2z2s2s. mp "'5:2:2:g. w""'7 gy 96 C20 Haw., THAILAND N JL Q 1 scum cHlNA sen CAMBODIA A? b Q6 ro A .. 43, ...,,.... ., K' Q Ooavfa ,, GULF 6 ' or smm Q Q P x 4 OCTOBER - 25 APRIL 1966 1967 .5 ,LH 51 X m hip's Histor On 4 October USS NORRIS CDD-8595 steamed out of Newport Harbor in company with five other DESRON TWENTY ships en- route to the Western Pacific. For the first time since WW II NORRIS was returning t o the South China Sea, where she had served eighteen months of continuous duty in 1945- 1946. Coincidentally, her mission today re- mains the same twenty years hence, specif- ically, shore bombardment in support of ground forces. Through the Panama Canal and across the Pacific NORRIS men repeatedly drilled and trained, exercising at battle stations in order that each man would soon become a proficient and integral part of the whole. Teamwork was emphasized and individual precision required. Enroute to her duties, NORRIS made brief but interesting stops at Pearl Harbor for seven days, Yokosuka,Japan,for three, and Subic Bay, Philippines, for one day. On the gray and humid dawn for 21 November, as NORRIS was approaching her station 1500 yards off the coast of the III Corps Area, she was requested to answer an emergency call for fire.Before she had re- ported on station, she fired twenty rapid rounds from her 5"f 38 cal. forward mount against an enemy small-arms enplacement on the beach. From that early dawn until 19 December, NORRIS fired her guns contin- uously, day and night, in emergency and in harassment, until in one brief month she had expended over 6200 rounds of ammunition. She was credited with the rescue of an un- derwater demolition team, twice the pre- vention of enemy occupation of friendly hamlets, and in general the discouraging of a large enemy build-up in the Rung Sat area. Her fire was reported to be accurate and effective. Targets, spotted during the day from the air, consisted of enemy supply de- pots, entrenchments, infiltration routes, personnel, sampans, and rice cashes. In one instance her gunfire support allowed the crew of a PBR not only to avoid an ambush but also to bring back two Viet Cong, one killed in action, the other wounded. On 21 December NORRIS arrived in Subic Bay to allow some well-earned rest for the crew, and to re-barrel both her for- ward and after mounts. Christmas, while dampened by separation from friends and family, at least could be celebrated in are- laxed atmosphere away from the gunline. On 31 December, NORRIS departed Subic and transited to Hong Kong to spend two weeks as SOPA QADMINl , the liason between visiting U.S. Navy Ships and the British Shore facilities. Then on 13 January NORRIS steamed back to the gunline and, while suffering rough seas and foul weather, acted as an escort for Marine convoys trav- eling the beach route from DaNang to Hue. Twenty three January, found NORRIS once again departing the coastal water enroute to Yokosuka, Japan and their efficient ship- yard facilities. After a two week visit, NORRIS re- turned to III Corps Area, republic of Viet Nam, arriving 18 February. In the next 10 days NORRIS was back in her element, the scene of her first encounter, and she fired another 1200 rounds into the area. She then moved north into II Corps Area and con- tinued to pummel the elusive enemy. On 3 March she fired her guns for the last time on the deployment, with a grand total of over 8,600 rounds expended. For the next week she tried her skill at another mission, that of plane guarding for a fast attack carrier striking force. On 9 March NORRIS was dismissed from her duties and pro- ceeded to Subic Bay and places west. The transit home was an ideal com- bination of steady steaming and interesting ports-of-call, with enough of each to allow maximum interest in minimum time. Port stops included Singapore, Malaysia, India, Aden, Arabiag Port Suez and Port Said for tr an sit onlyg Pireaus, Greece, N apl e s, Italyg Barcelona, Spain, and Gibralter. Also included in the itinerary was a dip below the Equator in which Neptunus Rex received due adoration and a sacrifice. On 25 April, exactly 203 days after departure, NORRIS steamed proudly intoNewportandwel- comed aboard long - departed friends and relatives. W Q ff Commander Robert F. Massimi, en- tered the U.S. Merchant Marine in 1944. After serving six years in the Deck Depart- ments of various Merchant Ships, he at- tended the Maritime Service Officer Can- didate School and received his license as a Third Officer in the Merchant Service. After two years as a Deck Officer on m e r c h a nt vessels, Commander ,Massimi was commissioned as Ensign, USNR. His first tour was on USNS D.C. SHANKS QTAP- 180j as Communications Officer. In 1953, he at t e n d e d Explosive Ordnance Disposal School and was assigned to USSPHIL- IPPINE SEA QCV-475 upon graduation. Released to inactive duty in 1955 , Com- mander Massimi attended the University of Maryland for one year. He was then selected for a Regular Navy commission and sent to CIC Officer's School. From 1956 through 1959 he served as OperationsOfficer aboard USS HYMAN QDD-7325 and then as MMANDI G OFFICER R. F. Massimi Commander USN Executive Officer of USS KYNE IDE-75145. In 1959 C ommander Massimi was ordered ashore as a student at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., under the Five Term College Program.He received his Bachelors Degree in Inter- national Relations in June 1961, and was assigned as Executive Officer of USS HAZELWOOD IDD-5315. In 1962 , Commander Massimi assumed command of USS RHODES QDER-3841 and in 1963 began a tour of duty on the Staff of Commander Cruiser, Destroyer Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, as Assistant F0rC6 Personnel Officer. From January to June 1966 he attended the Armed Forces Staff College in Norfolk, Virginia. Commander Massimi is married to the former Valerie Marie Gallotta Of Providence, Rhode Island. They have tWQ children, Nancy Anita, 3, and Robin Lisa, 2. CRUI E BOOK FOREWORD To all Norrismen, We have steamed together some 45,000 miles in just a few days short of seven months. During that time we have spent about 56 days in port and almost 150 days at sea. You have all come to know your ship and your shipmates extremely well and now the time is upon us when many close friendships must of necessity come to an end. Many of you will now go your separate ways, some in this fine Navy of ours and some not, but in any case I am sure that you will not soon forget your deployment on the good s hip NORRIS. She has treated us well and richly deserves our praise. I For the young men, I must say that although you perhaps have not recognized it in your- selves, you have grown, matured, and broadened in the past seven months. You are now men with the ultimate responsibility that manhood demands. I only hope that as you go forth from this ship you go as men with agreater understanding of your responsibilities to your country, your families and yourselves. That no matter what profession you may choose, this period will have, in some way, better prepared you for your future. To the 'fold timers" I extend my thanks for your excellent support and hard work without which the ship would have never achieved the envious record she so richly deserves.You were the backbone of the ship and my steady right hand. Godspeed to all of you who will be leaving us. We, together, suffered through some bad times and enjoyed some good. I am sure that as time softens memory the good times will be more fondly remembered and the bad almost totally forgotten. 'This is as it should be and I hope that as the years pass we will have the op- portunity to meet once again. The deployment to Southeast Asia was made to do a job. We did it! I am proud of everyone of you. Warmest regards to all of you, ROBERT F. MASSIMI EXEC TI E OFFICER I. J. Waldron LCDR USN S 1 LCDR Waldron was graduated from Boston College in 1954 and entered Naval Officer Candidate School in March 1955. After attending Communications School he was assigned as a Communications Watch Officer on the Staff of COMDESLANT where he reported in September 1955. In December of the following year he left the Communications billet to become aide and Flag Lieutenant to COMDESLANT. In March 1957, LCDR Waldron was ordered to duty aboard USS MITSCHER QDL-25 Where he served for three years as ASW Officer and Gunnery Officer. His next assignment took him to Washington, D. C. to the Ord- nance and Logistics Section of OPNAV. In November 1962 he reported aboard USS CHEWAUCAN QAOG-505 to assume duty as Commanding Officer Where he remained until June 1964. He then was ordered a- shore for a year of Post-Graduate study at the American University School of For- eign Service, Washington, D. C. In Novem- ber 1965, LCDR Waldron came to USS NORRIS QDDE-8595. LC DR Waldron is married to the for- mer Jean McDonald Ryan of Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts. They have three chil- dren, Linda, age 9, Pamela, age 7, and Susan, age 3. Department Heads LT. R.C. PYE OPERATIONS LT E.A. WEAVING OPERATIONS LT J.R. OLSEN WEAPONS LTJG G. BELLUCCI WEAPONS LT G. LUTZ ENGINEERING LTJG M.S. DIAMOND SUPPLY ff Xin tiwgmi . f 6 MQ U f ,f '6Destroyermen...a proud people ', ". . .Destroyermen have always been a proud people. They have been the elite. They have to be a proud people and they have to be specially selected, for destroyerlife is arugged one. It takes physical stamina to stand up under the rigors of a tossing DD. It takes even more spiritual stamina to keep going with enthu- siasm when you are tired and youfeel that you and your ship are being used as a workhorse. It is true that many people take de- stroyers for granted and that is all the more reason why the destroyer Captains can be proud of their accomplishments." Admiral Arleigh A. Burke V f ff 9 f WEAPUNS DEPARTMENT 'F I N , Wm, .,.. . -,nw .,..,. 1 lf- wr Fir t Division LTJG P.D. 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Q.. ---' N-f-"U" 77-,D .-,X.,., ,g,.. ,,, - I , 1 I X 1 x- ni P "N fw I A A rw 'a 1 f X f fx , wud 5 , S52 Wm J wb I V y A to 4 1-Q A A A -, 3 . I .J ' J .1 J 'A L A t 4 ,fl ' .1 'f A ' C C V w N 1 40 N ..,,.gLjl,Q,g,Z.. ,,,....,,,. ,..,:-.z-'.....z L .47 4-.11 ,. , 95.3.-.,, ..,Ul,,M,,, V-WG A-,M ,muh v I Y 6 Nov 13204My Came under the opera- tional control of COMSEVE-NTHFLT 10 Nov 10024145 Moored Yokosuka Japan. 13 Nov 1010QK5 Underway for Subic Bay, Philippines. Push Boats" Yokosuka, Japan 9 orrismen Conducted Transactions 1 18 Nov 084'7qHj Moored starboard side to Uss M.c. Fox 4DD829y. commenced taking on fuel. Installed two .50 caliber machine guns and one .30 caliber machine gun. 19 Nov 1201qH5 Underway for III Corps Area, Viet Nam. 21 Nov 0607QHy Commenced firing mount 53. O633qHJ Received counter-battery from shore. Silenced counter-battery. 42 , S In Twelve ifferent urreneies 24 Nov 1145qHl Thanksgiving Day. Dinner for the crew. Commenced holiday routine. Fired 157 rounds today. From 25 Nov to 19 Dec NORRIS fired daily and rearmed and refueled frequently. Cn 28 Nov a large V.C. base was discovered in the Rung Sat Zone and effectively neutralized with 562 rounds. 'Friendly forces found many blood trails later but no con- firmed kills. Some dayswere espe- hile Abroad 25 Nov 1947qHl Alongside USS FIREDRAKE QAEl4J for rearmin . Total rounds re 3 ceived: 1250. cially busy, such as 2 Dec when NORRIS refueled from USS MATAPONI QAO-415 early in the morning, fired various tar- gets until 1500 and then replenished from USS PROCYON ,fAF61l in rough seas, returning to the gun line to de- liver H and I fire throughout the night. Most rearrning was done at night. 1 Wm if f' 1 '1 1 1 1 1 111 1 gw 54' fa' 1 QIJ6 1 ff' .- 1 1 f 111, 1 r, 7 1 1, 11k 1 11,7 , 1 1, , , K 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1' . 1 1 1 1 1 - 11 1 J 1 .1 1 1 1'X, 1 11 ' , ,R 1 1 'f-X X 1 fy 3 , 1 - ,X1 1 1 1 , I-K1 f J ,1 5.1 1 1 15 ' KW, 1 1 1-Ufx 1 ' rj 1 .ff C1 l ,Lx 1 . 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1f1 1 1' 1-1 1 1 1 1 ff- 1 1 1 1 fb- -1 --11 df' ff '1"X1f"'1 X- 1 f' X1 'z 11 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1' 1 I 1 1 1 ' 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1,11 N 1142 110, ,lol 11'11 11 11 1 1 11 1 1, I 1 1 -1,1 11 1, , , 1 , X1 1 , '11 isp? wal, .pp tj' of, ,Lrg ,sf 1 1 1,111 ',11x--11'1,1I11'111' A 1,1111 ' '- I 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 ,1 11 1 1 1,4f'-,.- -ff' ff' ' ' Zl Deo ll8051l-lp l11flooredlll'17er21?lere, Sulolo Bay, Phlllpplness 25 Dec U80011l-ljn Commene ed holiday 1?oullme1 Dee 12LlU1fl-lf Believed Corps l1l215fell Gun- i1,re Support dfdlpiee USS DEl1ll-113 Jo EUCKLEY l80O1jl-lb Realrmed from USS Sl-MLSTA 1155136111 l932ffl-l1 ljrldefwagf for Sulolc ay, Plzll lpploee 1 'QW-M.. V fx X , i nn. A ,Aw , X,X.X ' ,pf 5 . .. ' tim: 'WT f f A 5 23 V Nw iff: Fi jx URRIS Used 2 336 663 Ga lons A 1 1 !l 31 Dec 0800qHy Underway for Hong Kong to act as Senior Officer Present Afloat Ad- il ministrative. QI il 1 Jan 0O01fHj Having recently departed Subic Bay, gl l To Hong Kong, ships goal our thoughts do stray. T Our proud bow is pointed North by Northwest, The navigators course, the one he t As stars twinkle dimly in the mist laden sky, T ' Fifteen knots is our speed and spirits are high. hinks best. ii The quarterly op-SKED of COMSEVENTHFLT, l Directs all our movements and committments to QQ meet if Commander of TASK GROUP seventy point eight, Holds our tactical command as of this date. ' After months of great strain, tense action in war, t We sail more relaxed in readiness four. insuring us now of a safe secure trip. 2 The bridge is quite silent, mute faces show our E flight, Our families, our loved ones far away sleep tonight . YOKE has been set through the pulsating ship, 3 1 Though we miss them so badly and wish they were -1 near, Our duty is paramount, our mission is clear. Sixty-seven is upon us, we've but one thing to say, Xw 3 M G d h l ' , t d Q I yi ay o e p o gui e you through each promising i 1 day. W 1 . l i G. M. LUTZ LT USN 9 ti H. H. TAYLOR, ENS USN E 1 l 5 1 X ,wma-faaX.,,..,, ,, . , , W H W 1. gint, ,, X, X A, Nw , ' 'f mifivmlf Www wW,fg24..,s -W X 'f vs 'X f X eff-X ' af A f iv f X M mwstsx s - -f , if sX,,X-,Mia M f f ff fXf X , X, - N tim e f f W f A 1 , f f t X f f, V ,Wg W ss-,1XX..sXs -sX,4--,Xsq za.iX,g.,X,-,sX,,XX.-.sf -XX 7 7 M ,,5,,, , xw,s.fXXv ,V 'X 'ws X -, :Ny x M x,,X,,,g Q? I ff W f 9 4 ff . , 5 T X X XX s 3 f f f f W f f f ' f X Q lm ' '7,WfNf2'Y7 AfflXj"Nd lily, kl3Lit'5fi7,fXff' ,"g'M7 fflkf f f f If 'X M5459 y, 1 X, X if QW ff Xml 'ESM SRA l ' if fWfWfWWWfW,0fwfWWfW'W W1 VWQXQMK-f-,fif X7 f 04 W X WW 51 S' Navfwif 25 M1 1 - , 1 ---fs' -X,MXXW4Xs4.a: X.. 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Af 1 nl 5 'VN in ,Av 1, 4 .42 L MK lf , 2,369.3 iles While Deploye Transportation to Taipak Slums of Hong Kong 13 Jan 0800qHy Properly relieved as SOPA ADMIN by USS MULLANY qDD528J. 1601 QHJ Underway for I Corps area, near Danang. ZZOOQHJ Chinese communists ad vised by flashing light that we had invaded their territorial waters, atwelve mile zone U.S. recognizes a seven mile zone, which We had not violated. QRRIS Fired 345 15 Jan 1115QHJ Anchored in Danang harbor 1153QH5 Departed Danang for Tam Quan. From 15 Jan to 22 Jan NORRIS served as NGFS ship, I Corps. Included in her duties Were several days of escortingtruck convoys along a coastal road Where they were very vulnerable to V.C. attack. Seas were extremely rough during this periodg however, NORRIS continued to maintain a high standard of gunfire in spite of heavy rolls. Near DaNang Vletnam 50 I Tons of mmunition 18 Jan 1300fHJ Transferred LCDR R. C. Pye to USS MATTAPONI qAO41J for further transfer to Saigon as Communications Of- ficer, Military Advisory Command Viet Nam. 22 Jan 144OqHJ Underway for Yokosuka, Japan via Okinawa. 26 Jan 1757113 Moored U. S. Naval Station, Buckner. Bay, Okinawa. 1120115 Underway for Yokosuka, Japan. all "L -- V. V v. Total Cesi of Ammurftion 28 Jan 0805415 Moored alongside pier, Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, J apan.Weather is cold and Wet. i Japanese Battleship Taxi Tide to Yokohama I 'I Q, f 1 1. 1 I V. X b e iff: , , 4 ' m" 1 'Z 1 I yi l 3. x 1 E T l T Japanese Sailors Yokosuka, Japan K Fired Was 3301, 19. Train to Tokyo from Yokosuka Department store Yokosuka, Japan--Toy day for Susy Total Cost of F116 10 Feb 1327 Q15 Underway for Buckner Bay, Okinawa. 12 Feb 1315415 Anehored in Buckner Bay, Okinawa. 1557 Q15 Underway for Yankee Station. 16 Feb 0730qH5 Arrived at Yankee Sta- tion. Refueled fr om USS TAPPAHAN- NOCK QAO435. Conducted short ASW ex- ercise with USS TUNNY 1SS2825.223OfH5 Underway for Vung Tau and 111 Corps NGFS operations. Crew at Okinawa Used Exeeeded 200 O00 served as NGFS ship in various places in- cluding Vung Tau, Phouc Hai, Can Gio, Ham Thang, Rung Sat Special Z on e, Mui Ho Tram. Thepatternwas as ithadbeenbe- fore-firing all day with frequent breaks for refueling and r e ar rn in g. During one re- arrning Palisano, SM3 was washed over- board by a huge Wave while working at the midships station. NORRIS made a record be m e r g e n c y breakaway and quickly re- covered Palisano. On 28 Feb NORRIS moved north to II Corps. On I March Lt E. A. Weaving was highlined aboardfrorn the USS Chara QAESIQ. On 3 March NORRIS herlast round of the war at Tam Quan,was relieved by USS C.P. CECIL fDD835J and proceeded to Yankee Station for plane guarding and screening. At 09I5fH5 on 9 March the war ended for NORRIS when she fdeparted Yankee Station for Subic Bay. Homeward Bound! Helo landing on NORRIS CDD 8595 off Vietnam t if ' " Q y Gunboat November 66 Vong Tau, Vietnam f Q Crossing The Line 11 March 1023qHJ Moored Subic Bay, Luzon Island, Philippines 12 March 0607 QHJ Underway for Singapore 13 March Commenced preparations for crossing the Equator 14 March Crossed the Equator at Longitude 105 270 The boisterous ceremonies of "Crossing the Line" are of such ancient vintage that their derivation is lost. It is known that ceremonies took place long ago when the ship crossed the thirtieth parallel, and also when going through the Straits of Gibralter. These early ceremonies were of the toughest sort and were supposed to determine whether or not the novices on their first cruise could endure the hardships of life at sea. At earliest times, when sailors believed in the existence of Neptune, the mythological god of the seas, ceremonies of propitiation were carried on. Neptune had to be appeased and marks of respect paid those of his underwater domain--mermaids, sea s erpent s, whales, sharks, porpoises, dolphines, skates, eels, suckers, lobsters, crabs, pollywogs, and other living things of the sea. Sailors eventually came to doubt the existence of Neptune, but the tra- dition carried on and Neptunus Rex is today the majesty who rules over the ceremonies. The night before the ship crosses the line, Davy Jones usually appears on baord with a message for the Captain from His Majesty, Neptunus Rex, stating at what time he wants the ship hove to for the ceremony. Neptunus Rex is generally the eldest and most dignified member of the crew. Additionally, Her Highness Aphrodite is selected in a raucous beauty con- test attended by all andjudged by the shellbacks. On the day of: the ceremony all manner of indigities are inflicted upon the unfortunate pollywogs. They are made to crawl through slime and garbage, receive a good salt water dousing, and are given a proper haircut by the royal barber. Then, upon paying their respects to the royal baby, they are pronounced Shell- backs, fit subjects for Neptune's great sea do- main. ' TMSN Taylor as a Shellback ' , 'll iN-A'-.'.L', .. .an Mk , A Rinse down after Polywogs are initiated as Shellbacks. f Wx , ,, Nil' ,W , f Qlyxd Wi ' Z N47 sq W Initiat1on of Polywogs X M S ,xv I f 13 March: 1730: Muster the beauty contestants for pass in review Thing of Beaut Wm 'Iv Q 1 'M NV! Is A JQ Forever t 1 Knots NURRIS Gets 36 15 March 0944fGHJ Moored Singapore. ,E f 2 Yards Per Gallon ars?g ,granny N gr? 17 March 0604fGHJ Underway for Cochin India. ORRIS Bakers Baked 140 19 March 1800 QEFJ Held outdoor cook- out on torpedo deck. 22 March 0925 qEFj Moored INS Ven- NORRIS picnic, Pacific Ocean October, 1966 deruthy, Cochin, India. Q Leaves of Bread a Week . an ef x..W'fiQ A XY? AXA! x ' f X XXN Q , X X f X, , , Q0 1 X! X 4- f S ' 6 w X A N If XX S X S- ,AQK ff Q N !. , :Nf guys I s..e wwf, ,f fl, X WH Sr if ' We W we e-17 x af 4 fs- f 2 v . Q if M, Vw LW Q as , ,, kwa 5.1. Q Q f , - QQ, Sy f ,f , 7 mv, , 5 ,. W ff - Q AM, - uywe f ' HW 4 2 e f " f , f X V. -' ,V 1 X f ef , -N f f , - f f, fb 'iw X Q, " , ' : 'f f ff s, ' X , -'gy f' , Q W 5 X X Meew f A- e X I f Z- - Q 5 A' ,W . , , f f .f 1 , , , , f 1 f -wa 0 X M V , 7, w 1' X f Xe Q W X X V ' vw bf ' ,v,,, ,f mf fl X fx he Q Z X X1 M 0. 5 1? f ' V. -Q , W We 1 , e " v I K ' 4- "' f H e . A. Q4 ' f - f, .. A X ,, W f, f Q - f 'V W A f f ,, if" W R xMw4s1 Q , W Qf i 1 149,300 Meals Were Serve I QV fir 9w?, xf4g ,Y W N . I Ihr 'X X. . 4 +m,w QP w Q ' MXN' , mfm es, Q - .wmv ,?yw7lf f nf., ' X ,mug-A A W' W 3' M3 X 23 March 0637 QEFJ Underway for Aden Saudi Arabia. 27 March U9fi.U5Cy Moored Aden, Saudi Aimbieh l558cfCp Underway for Port Suez with Commodore VVS D0 Taylor, COMDEL- SDN! 202 embarked. QU ea- '11 0-mf dx My F v AH, ..,,f,. JV. 4. Clk, LJMWAQ Q Q Q XM! 1 1 I., ,v . WV- 1.4. EGL QQ "'l'Lf V 1? -A ,wa . -.-V K-'x ' ,fu-.,14, ,L l.. 'K .L,gx.H.-1 411: VA, v Thirty Drachmzne 2 April 10021135 Anchored at Piraeus Greece. Z 1 5 . I 4 s E Z ee, Equal ne Dollar X WU! W ,L " 7 The old and the newc oexist in quiet QQlOI1f' , I W, - ,-zmww, ., f ,f.zmn'.wzM4rae:nE::g , -7 ' v W 17, 'W--WNW f ' :M ,f A-,f ,f 0 N- Z A f 4 A ff ,..f- f ,, , .W , " X X www X- f vf . ' X, 1 X X f X ff 'f f ff K f , -f , Q 45. 7M K ? gr 4, K ' ff QW' - gi ,,,,, L 1 - , 24 V X V f f R f, M X . Q- I ' 4 , l 4. A X wwlwwx A L .. . ff ff W , Q ' M if-ff X,,,,M 'f fx fl X 5, s Q xx eym ,J w , N1 ag' ",s5'I,f fx YQ- V ' WW, I S . ,T xx W Xe Q, N . , 2 I A 'fa x ,,,,, x , m M gp S , lx - -nigh , in K . ' .M 4 ,W I R. l i l is F P ,, I W -f 1 Wx 5 ,Q VX, lg,.V,,,! X f fQ f :X Q ,,'1 1 f. X ff, W4 f X Q ff Q X V, , k , w Qf W' f, Q g ff Q qgwwy f K 5 f V , ' bf 4 , f f Q ' ' vi ' f 4 , ,,, X f :Sy ,, f ff-,s, , ,f w f ff-. 'V ,4 Q 'wg ew , f 1 f .W , 3, ,X , ,,A. 4 Q., ,ff W 1 x MS nf .ww W-A V Q Y C ,V ' f ' ,, A, " gf I 'f , x , V f ' 1 f X ,, 'M X , ff N274 x Af I 7, Q V f g Q ' ' Ai, ,myf ' I H51 f' ' W' ff V 7 7 . IM- ,X -, , AY, X " X' I ,, , f ,, U, Ml - , Ziy i Z W , f' zvff vf' f f f Qffisw 'X W, 1 - C' 4 ' ,N ' ,f -.iffy 6 77' f f Xxx! g ff' f 'CW uf " " Base of the Acropolis X V I Am 2, f if mlm URRIS Handled 5 April 0802fBJ Underway for Naples, Italy. 7 April 0909037 Moored Naples, Italy ore Than 30,000 Messages A Month , ,, N , 0 W., A X ..f,+,. sy +.. f ,ff N , ,, rf- W A ,, . fm, s- ..- X , 1 - f, Q, , W f 1 W M ' W , ff , fwfffvf wfif, , ' ,, Lfyfwf Mf QM f V' y i V . , - .7. ,AM ., ',.,.,.-f.,,,, .. K J2fW'IfZ"Z " ' '2,-'fxwfiyl 7j:',5v.,.,,,.7gf,- wfj .,',, ' , .f- ---- L f - V -. 3- " Un f ipf i, ,W ,A I , ""+'f Q5Wf1K4J1Wf- ' ' fx . 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