Catholic 22 DeJtans Received K Of C Fourth Twenty-two Deltans from four bus Fourth degree at the new towns were included in the class receiving the Knights of Colum Last Diesel Sub Launched On Coast Has New Hull Shape home of the K. of C. Council Jackson Sunday, it was announced announced late Thursday by Salvador (Savvy) Mauccli. Candidates from this area were from Clarksdale, Reulah, Lclani .and Greenville and represcnlcc PASCAGOULA, Miss. AP) -- j membership from Mcnsignor fhe alivk submarine BluebackU. igoe General Assembly wÂ«s comniissionod yesterday and under Ihe command of n native of Pascagoula. The J2-mil!ion dollar sub with "'""^P" hull design was ..-he first sub lo be built in the jSoulh sine the Wnr Between the Stales ami the last diesel-powered aub the Navy plans to build. Li. Cmdr. Robert H. Gnutler o! Pascagoula assumed command ol other officers and 74 enlisted enlisted men. The (Hueback was launched at Ingalis Shipbuilding Corp. yards here last May IS. Ingalls also has contracts to build four nuclr r lowered subs. Teenager in Texas ! Wreck In Hospital Fred Tate, 15, who was serious- y injured in a wreck near Waxahachie, Waxahachie, Texas, last Sunday, was roÂ«ght to King's Daughters Hos- )ital yesterday afternoon for X- rays and further treatment, a wspital officials said loday. Tate's mother is Mrs. Herman F. Tate of 626 McAllister. Tate was hurt in an acciden: which as to Greenville. This is the highcs degree in the Knights of Colum bus. Rufus Mock, f a i t h f u l h e a d of the group here, Raymond Wall, faithful cnmptroll cr, were responsible for the If class from the Delta area. There were 57 members of the class Candidates include Louis Bolgeo Raymond E, Cole, David Davis Pruno Fava, Anlhr ly Garst, George Garst, Thor.-.as A. Harris Joseph T. Kaleel and John F Laurcnzi of Clarksdale. John Fiat o.' Boulah; Odoni Bassi and of Leland. Spero J. Azar foseph Azar, John Michael Azar, Vincent J. Cascio, A. M. Exster- tein, Frank Mauceli, Hugh Van Gorman, J. D. Rosclla, George Shamoon, ami D. V. Signa of ireenville. Fourth degree honor guards Vom thia area were Raymond Vail, Louis Msscagni, Domcnick a, S. "Savy Mauccli, William Abide. E. J. Lueckenbach, Frank ScliuUz, Leon Shnpley, Fred W. Rosella, Karl Kremser, Joe Ton James Dulaney and Frank Ciolino Jr.