The Jaycees - January Elvis was selected as one of the Ten Outstanding Young Men of America. Bill Morris, and Elvis surrounded by the Memphis Mafia bodyguards (shown in the photo are Red West, Sonny West, Joe Esposito and Jerry Schilling.
Wednesday, April 20, 1960: Elvis, Charlie Hodge (obscured), Joe Esposito and Delbert "Sonny" West are pictured aboard a train heading to Hollywood to film his first post-Army movie "G.I. Blues". On Monday, April 18, 1960 EP and his pals had boarded their Hollywood-bound train at Memphis Central Station. Take a look inside the FTD book "Elvis Presley From Memphis To Hollywood": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPFEND8Ovmo
An early member of the Memphis Mafia crew, Cliff Gleaves worked on movie sets and toured with Elvis in the He spent some time with Elvis in Germany in For several years after that, Cliff occasionally would show up at Graceland.