El Cajon, Calif.
July 21, 1948
From: Lieutenant LaFayette Ronald HUBBARD, D, USER 113392 (Inactive).
To : President, Retirement Advisory Board, Building T-3, Room 2022, Navy Department, Washington, D.C..
Subject:Physical fitness – proceedings pertaining to retirement.
(a) Your letter dated 6 July 1948, EXOS:RAB:LPH:lh-531.
(b) Veteran’s Administration award of disability compensation, 44A-8CDB of Los Angeles Sub-Regional Office dated Feb. 26, 1948.
Encl: (A) Copy of reference (b).
1. Information requested in reference (a) is submitted forthwith.
2. I wish to be represented by counsel in my absence and have appointed the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Defense Bldg., Wash. D.C., Mr. Weickhardt, to represent me if this be agreeable to the Board.
3. The only additional documentary evidence which I deem valuable is enclosure (A) in that it contains the result of a complete physical examination by the Veteran’s Administration as of this year, based upon earlier examinations by that organization shortly after my separation from service – within eight months of separation – and confirmed by a complete re-examination early this year.
4. My counsel will be informed in this mail.
LaFayette R. Hubbard
1644 No. Hill St.
July 1, 1948
From: LaFayette Ronald HUBBARD, Lieut. (D) USNR (inact) 113392
To : The Secretary of Navy.
Via : The Chief of Naval Personnel.
Subj: Appeal of decision of the Naval Medical Survey Review Board to the Retirement Advisory Board – request for.
(a) Letter from the Naval Mod:cal Survey Review Board dated June 14, 1948, EXOS:NMSRB:WFEL:CAC:jmp.
(b) My letter to the Secretary of Navy via Chief of Naval Personnel requesting above subject appeal dated June 21, 1948.
1. It is my desire that the Veterans of Foreign Wars represent me should a hearing be granted my case and when the case has been docketed for a hearing and that the Veterans of Foreign Wars be officially designated as my representative in this matter.
LaFayette Ronald Hubbard
End-1 on ltr from Lt. LaFayette Ronald Hubbard, USNR, 113392, dated 1 July 1948.
12 July 1948
From: Chief of Naval Personnel.
To: Secretary of the Navy (Retirement Advisory Board.)
Subj: Appeal of decision o] the Naval Medical Survey Review Board to the Retirement Advisory Board – request for.
(a) Letter from the Laval Medical Survey Review Board dated June 14, 1948, EXOS: NMSRB:WFEL:GAC:jmp.
(b) My letter to the Secretary of the Navy via Chief of Naval Personnel requesting above subject appeal dated June 21, 1948.
Feb. 19, 1948
From: Lieut. LaFayette Ronald HUBBARD, D, USNR, 113392
North Hollywood, Calif.
To: The Chief of Naval Personnel
Via: Cmdt. ELEVENTH Naval District.
Subj: Resignation of Commission – withdrawal of.
(a) My letter of resignation dated 14 Nov. 47.
(b Letter from the Chief of Naval Personnel, 113392, Pers-3121-WQD/wep of 18 Dec. 47.
1. It is respectfully requested that reference (a) be disregarded in accordance with information furnished in reference (b).
2. My permanent address continues to be The Explorers Club, 10 West 72nd Street, New York City but the above address is for the duration of my Hollywood contract.
LaFAYETTE RONALD HUBBARD
North Hollywood, Calif.
November 14, 1947
From: Lieut. LaFayette Ronald HUBBARD, USNR, 113392 inactive.
To : The Secretary of Navy
Subj: Resignation, submission of.
1. I herewith tender my resignation from the United States Naval Reserve.
2. As an officer on inactive duty, I have no further reason to be connected with the Navy.
3. In view of my bad health for which I was separated from the Navy and the improbability of the Navy’s needing my services, in my condition, in the future, I urge the acceptance of this resignation.
4. If the Veteran’s Administration sees fit to appeal my pension to the Navy in the form of retirement, I reserve the right to claim such retirement pay from the Navy as the law allows regardless of this resignation.
LaFayette R. Hubbard
1 April 1446.
To: Lieutenant LaFayette Ronald Hubbard, D, USNR
1003 South Orange Grove Avenue
Pasadena, 2, California.1
Subj: Permission to leave the United States.
Ref: (a) Article H-1804, BuPers Manual.
(b) Your letter dated 1 April 1946.
1. You are hereby authorized to leave the continental limits of the United States to visit South and Central America and China as requested in reference (b).
2. No government transportation will be available for any of this travel.
3. Attention is directed to reference (a). You will report in person or by letter to the Naval Attache or to the Senior Naval Officer in the places visited or in the nearby vicinity.
4. Report dates of your departure from and return to the United States to the Bureau of Naval Personnel via the Commandant of your Naval District.
By direction of the Chief of Naval Personnel.
Officer Distribution Division.
- This was the home address of John Whiteside (Jack) Parsons. ↩