Army & Navy And Civilian Defense: Augusta's Will

If the famed cruiser Augusta, scene of the Roosevelt-Churchill meeting at sea last August, ever becomes a complete casualty, she will leave a good will behind her. The cruiser has drawn up her last will and testament, leaving to the Navy Relief Society money now banked in Brooklyn, which grew out of profits from the ship's store.


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