FOUR GENERATIONS—This family group, photographed re
cently at the home of Mrs. Virginia Galope, 1224 Kennedy street
N.W., represepts four generations. Left to right: Mrs. Galope,
40. who is holding her grandson, Michael Sweitzer, 6 months;
Mrs. Ray Sweitzer, 20, mother, and Mrs. Daisy Flaherty, 70,
great-grandmother. —Underwood & Underwood Photo.
Sun Shipbuilding Co.
Sets Production Goal
At Tanker a Week
Hopes to Cut Construction
Time Further to Under
Br tto* Associated Press.
PHILADELPHIA, May 8.—A
tanker a week for the next year—
that’s the goal of the Sun Ship
building Co. near here, John Pew,
Jr., said today.
Tremendously increased facilities,
Including expansion of shipyards
from eight to 28 separate ways on
which ships are constructed will
allow one-a-week launchings, he
The company’s major contract to
day la with the United States Mari
time Commission for 92 tankers,
each displacing 17,000 tons. Under
a specific Sun Co. process of electric
welding Instead of riveting ships’
plates, tankers are being turned out
in four months Instead of six and
Mr. Pew said it is hoped to cut an
other month off the construction
Sun shipyards employ more than
five times as many men as they did
a year ago and expect to add an
other 8,000 soon, Mr. Pew said.
Part of the company's business is
repair work of torpedoed tankers,
some built in their own yards, which
are able to make port after sea
battles with Axis submarines.
Episcopal Diocese Elects
Committees at Session
Results of elections to three ma
jor committees were announced at
the closing session of the 47th an-1
nual convention of the clergymen 1
and lay delegates of the Episcopal
Diocese of Washington yesterday.
Members of the executive council
elected were the Rev. H. 8. Wilkin
son, the Rev. N. C. Acton, the Rev.
ZeB&mey T. Phillips, the Rev. C. R.
Mengers, the Rev. P. J. Bohanan,
the Rev. R. 8. Harp, T. B. Symons,
E. L. Stock, sr„ A. C. Houghton, T. E.
Robertson, c. P. Roberts and H. P.
Members of the standing commit
tee are the Rev. T. O. Wedel, the
Rev. P. B. Tucker, the Rev. E. 8.!
Gabler, H. K. Boss, W. 8. Bowen,
Mr. Bohanan and Mr. Roberts.
Deputies to the provincial synod
elected were the Rev. Clyde Brown,
the Rev. W. C. Draper, O. R. Single
ton, B. H. Howard, H. M. Bowen,
Mr. Mengers, Mr. Harp and Mr.
Invited to Speak
Dr. C. D. Swope of this city,
chairman of the Public Relations
Committee of the American Osteo
pathic Association, has been in
vited to address the general as
sembly of the association to be held
in Chicago July 13 to 17.
A Prayer Book, Boaary,
Miraculous Metal Picture.
8tatue or any other article
of personal devotion will be
the ideal Rift. Buy these at
Gallery's. 718 11th St. N.W.
—the Catholic Store for
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Navy Pre-flight School
Jo Start Soon at Chapel Hill
The Navy announced today that
I the pre-flight indoctrination school
1 at the University of North Carolina
f will be formally commissioned on
I May 23 and that the first class of
, 600 cadets will start there Mav 28.
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mer Detroit Lions and Brooklyn
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be Lt. (j. g.l John P. Graff and the
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James P. Raugh.
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