The Capital from Annapolis, Maryland on November 25, 1968 · Page 15
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The Capital from Annapolis, Maryland · Page 15

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THE EVEMM; c \IMT.\I. .«o«.. Km-, is, iiu 15 -Thanksgiving Day- Navy Chaplains Observing Anniversary Navy Chaplains throughout ,tinental Navy, the world will observe the 193rd i anniversary of the N a v y | Chaplain Corps Thursday. ! the'Navy. He held no Its history is as old as the!rank as we know today. It was. Navy itself. In 1775, the Corps) 110 ' ""^ !"· Uat chaplains^ was founded under article two;were sppsialed to rank and i t j ol the regulations for the Con-(was usually that of lieutenant ; Siace its founding the Chaplain, Admiral James W. Kelly, Chief ' , fc r ,_ , Corps has contributed much in ** rurst E n g t h brought a- bv the Vietnam crisis the ha* of Chaplain*, the C o r p s represent* 7 of America's 292 re "S' a!!s denomlnatons. which include Protestant, R o m a n , , . , , . , - _ _ . ' ^.u-j -- tian Science and other sand] religious groups. Today, the Corps is providing the American naval forcesta ,Southeast Asia with tre most | uiviuuc JT i utcaitfin, n u ii; A ii , kwui-ub«iw» naia niut uc IMWit [Catholic, E a s t e r n Ortbodor, I direct access to the ministry (Jewish, Latter Day Saints, I of Navy Chaplains ever before Under the direction of Rear; Seventh Day Adventists, Chris- Iknown. Four of tte sevea ABM Anuidel Central of a phyfldai are, from !elt, Mrs. EHle Hos^t*! nurses who kave resosciUted a cor- Slider, Mrs. Rebecca MikeseU, Mrs. Lynda onary patient witheut the immediate usiitaKe Kramer and Mrs. Shirley Falter. i 7 NUTS Cited Seven nurses at Anne Arundel General Hospital have been singled out for membership in a small but selective group. Tftey have each successfully resuscitated a cardiac paitent without .a physician b e i n g present Their achievement has been recognized by presentation of a gold "Saver" pin which they wear over their own hearts. The award was initiated by Dr. Frank M. Shipley, director of the coronary ' care unit al the hospital. ' ' "All the' electronic gear and ·.gadgets are wortbelss without trained people who -know what to do and when to do it." Shipley explained: · Anne Arundel Hospital has no round, the clock physican staff] coverage so. tht.. nurses must ol ten .~*f t before » idoctor ar"' ' ' ' ' " PLAZA YOUR FAMILY HOLIDAY CENTER WEST STREET'EXTENDED--AT ROUTE 2-- ANNAPOLIS, MD. FRIDAY-NOVEMBER 29th FOR OUR All of the nurses; who have earned the "Saver! 1 ., pins -:have 'been tranwl in the cpronais.-care rprogram 'at'- the^hospital:: and! have ' worked in the coronary Saver Pin Tkii told pin was awarded recently to nurses who had caved heart patients at ABM Anndel General Hospital. "saves" have also been made, Kramer, Mrs. Effie Slider, Miss in most other areas of the. Gloria J. Howell, Mrs. Shirely hospital. '··· = H. Fuller, Mrs. Geraldine Tub- Nurses who hate earned the i man, Mrs. Rebecca MUtesell 'and aware! are: Mrs..-Lynda G.-.|4«rs, - :Care 7 -unit 1 . ' Party Raising : BEVERLY HIULS,'- .Calif. (AP) - Frank Sinatra and Burt Lancaster are throwing a party CLU Fund 1 · · · - . · ' ' . . ' . . ' --.' ·-". ' ·. ·-.· It will cost 11,000 a couple: ; The benefit is for the new Roger Baldwin Foundation of They_resoond immediately, to the hospital's code blue alarm which signals a grave coronary condition in a patient. Although many of V the cardiac arrests tonight, at Dean Martin's home', jie°~Am"ericaiT dvil Liberties occur in the cardiac care unit, I W jth about 200 people expected. {Union. . . ' '. WTTH AUGUSTA'S JOLLY OLD SANTA CLAUS IS LEADING THE WAY TO THE BIGGEST, BRIGHTEST SHOW OF THE YEAR. IT'S SANTA'S SHOW OF CHRISTMAS GIFTS. AND HE'S STAGING IT NOW AT'PAROLE PLAZA. HE'S STARTING IT EARLY FOR YOUR SHOPPING EASE . . . HE'S STARRING THE MERRIEST, MOST WONDERFUL GIFTS. SHOP NOW FOR CHRISTMAS . .'.AT SANTA'S SHOW! ' LET THEM VISIT WITH SANTA IN HIS HOUSE ON THE PLAZA «JJW SAVINGS CERTIFICATES One-year Savings Certificates in amounts as low as $1,000 earn supplemental dividends at maturity and can earn up to the highest rate permitted by Federal Regulation. ITegular passbook savings accounts earn Augusta's high dividend which is paid quarterly, and compounded every 3 months when left in your account. each member's account is insured to $15.000 by in instrumentality of the United States Government. AUGUSTA Building and loan Association Cohmul Aruupolis Branch: 6 West Sine) Jein Dtjfrafr. Manage! P'ifKipa! Ufl'ke: 420 N. Howard Si., Baltimore llwnth Offices: SANTA'S DAILY - v . HOURS *"^~f. fif 7 UNTIL CHRISTMAS You May Have Your Child's Picture Taken With Santa In Color. Very Reasonably Priced. Hftvrc de Gf At c One of Maryland's largest Ffrwncwl ln!ili)frrm v.iih ^^H?IS tn STORES OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL CHRISTMAS Except

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