Hobson Chaplains Confeence
Hold Conference ! j "7T mmm Vi v.. hi V A' M K i "I its! i i s jr.? i J if . . ; 5 I S - ft,' iiiiihiW;wiiiimii.i' waaWtVia &uaW ?!'.' - v." - - . ; V 1 Chaplains in altendance at a rercnt conference of senior Roman Catholic chaplains at Ottawa are shown ahove. They are, front row, leit to right : Kev. is. C .Mariin. senior navnl cnnpiain, naiiiax; Rev. A. B. W. Wood, s. nior nav.il chaplain, Esquimait; H. Major V. E. Cannon, district chaplain M.D. 5; H.Col. T. M. J. McCarthy, former assistant principal chaplain overseas; H Col. C. L. Nelligan, j principal chaplain; H .W.Comrir. A. Charrst. assistant principal c haplain R.C.A.K; H. Major J. R. , O'Gorman, district ehnplain M.D, 2; II. .'Ma jor R. A. MacDnnell, ndjutant. Second row, left to right: h Sqn. - Lrir. L. Hobson, command chaplain. Western Air command; H., V.Cmdr. J. L a v i n, staff LharBin R A R H.Sqn. - Ldrs. W. V. McCarthy, command chaplain, Eastern Air command; E. B. Howard, command chaplain, No. 4 Training Command; G. Hamel, command chaplain, No. 3 Training Command: J. E. Cahill, command chaplain. No. 1 Training Command; L. A. Costello, command chap - No. 2 Training Command. Third row, left to right: H. Major E. J. MacDonald. senior chaplain 4th wawa. Back row, left to right: H. Majors A. Madden, district chaplain M.D. 11; W. B. Carleton, district Canadian Armored Division; H. Major F. M. Loi - knry, district chaplain M.D. 7; H. Major C. E. Chartier, district chaplain M.D. 4; H. Major M. F. Daley, district chaplain M.D. 12; H.Capt. T. P. Holly, Peta - rhaplain M.D. 3; E. A. Hetherington, district chaplain M.D. 13; L. A. MacDonald, district chaplain M.D. 10; M. Gillis, district chaplnin M.D. 6; J. L. Hennessey, district chaplain M.D. 1.