Marine Insurance Seminar To Be Held In Jacksonville, Florida

A seminar on "Marine Insurance" will be held in the Hotel Hilton, Jacksonville, Fla., on December 6, 1978. Maritime industry executives in Southeastern United States are invited to attend the one-day session.

The Marine Insurance Seminar will be sponsored jointly by Florida Junior College, Marsh & McLennan, and The Propeller Club of the United States, Port of Jacksonville.

Chester D. Howarth, director of Midmanagement and Distributive Education, Florida Junior College, Robert W. Stickler, vice president, Marsh & McLennan, Jacksonville, and Michael C. Kenney, president, Jacksonville Propeller Club, are co-chairmen of the seminar.

Mr. Howarth said: "We have long felt because of the concentration of maritime industry here in Jacksonville and in the Southeast United States that a program on marine insurance has long been needed. Therefore, with the cooperation of Mr. Stickler and Mr.

Kenney, we are able to arrange this program of information for the maritime community." Leading experts from Marsh and McLennan will discuss various aspects of marine insurance from design to construction, and the carrying of crews and cargoes.

Registration may be made by sending a check for $20 to Prof. Paul A. Halloran, Florida Junior College, Kent Campus, Building No. 1, Jacksonville, Fla. 32205. The registration fee includes coffee hour, luncheon, and the series of talks.

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