Clipped From The Post-Standard
been Association, Catholic Welfare Names Officers Catholic Welfare three members to has named its advisory board and re-elected its present slate of officers. Officers re-elected ar* John Waish, chairman; K o b e Hughes, vice chairman; and Frederick Kreuzer, secretary. The three new board are William D. Cotter, city of the Herald-Journal; Thomas F. DeLany, secretary-treasurer of the W. J. B u r n s Theodore C. Moran, chief systems systems gas engineer, Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. They were installed at a luncheon meeting the board.