BOSTON, January 17—Raymond E. Daniels. of 162 Walpole street. Norwood, was among the scores of 17-year-old volunteers who took the Navy oath of allegiance yesterday at the Navy Recruiting Station in the Federal Building, Boston

The new Navy Bluejacket attended Norwood High School He has a brother, William, who is a private first class in the Army. All 17-year-old volunteers who prove qualified are eligible for 16 weeks to 10 months of Navy Trade School Training, valued at $1,500. Over 50 skilled trades are taught, including the field of radio, photography, radar, electricity, aviation machinist, yeoman work and air combat crewman.

Raymond is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John K. Daniels.


Marine Merit Promotion For C. W. Souther-This Day In Norwood History-December 1, 1965

CHANNING SOUTHER, III Marine Private First Class Channing W. Souther III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Channing W. Souther Jr.…

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