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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - July 25, 1954, Galveston, Texas                                MCI lunday, July 25, 1954- Longest Ship Ever Drydocked Here Due Monday at Todd's The longest ship ever drydocked then added and the three pieces at Todd Shipyards here the 633-j were "sewed" together. foot combinatioj. ore and oil cargo: Lester E. Briese, general man- is slated to arrive here Monday w111 be here about a week- afternoon for repairs. P. J. Grant of New York will be The Texan, owned by American- the port engineer In charge of re-' Hawaiian Steamship Co., which has s heiidquarters in San Francisco was of American-Hawaiian J? M f- come here to help get the n-'. A 110-foot was Mir job The Texan has a total cargo ca- pacity of cubic feet, of which cubic feet is desig-' nated for oil and for ore. i Tonight to Have is 3MBO! O j The C-4 type vessel is powered by 9900 shaft horsepower gear re- duction turbine and operates at a speed of 16.8 knots per hour. BEACH Baud Concert it to Have Feature An unusual special feature at the Municipal band's concert at 8 p.m. at Menard Park Sunday will be rope spinning- by Lillian Seeman. according to Felix Stella, director. Vocalists will be Beverly Kriger, TJrgan Rodgers and Joseph D'Am- bra. I be mJVU III liltl flttTlt CARACAS. Venezuela. July 24 American engineer and two Venezuelans were killed yesterday presented by Jo Linda expiosion at CUT 'TRANS-ATLANTIC BOXING BOUTS' ON POLICY Wiley Asks Criticism Moratorium on U.S. WASHINGTON, July 24 Sen. Alexander Wiley Saturday called for a "moratorium .on irres- jponaible criticism" of U.S. foreign policy. The "crisis in the wor'.d is Anthony Fertitta. left is being congratulated by Alvta Kelso, co- chairman of the forthcoming United Fond Drive, for accepting the post as general chairman of the beach division, Fertitta will spear- bead the group of volunteers who will be responsible for canvassing the beachfront business establishments and employes, to contribute to this year's drive for OF IT BEACH These Home addresses and additional details were not available. Anthony Fertitta Named as Chairman IT COSTS MO MOXC 70 HAVf THE BEST let us prove Special dance features bv Jo Linda Linda Saenz." aaudla White. Myra on Klaine Pin-jet Cynthia Bass. An- acaibo aette Walker Margaret Ann Eh- The was identiHed as man, Sylvia Murphy, Carolyn Ma- Carrigan, an emplove of neESunan Beatrice Hooper Pa-.B and Roote. U.S. engineer- tncia Ann Phipps. Gflbert, firm bulldlng big rtpre3. 4ft6' Mrin8 and inaction plant for the Mary Ann Durel and Sylvia Fultz. Creole Petroleum The program follows: "Army of the march, by Two Guitars" by J.van Nakaroff: i "Feist's All medley arranged by Barry-Sciacca; "Some Enchanted Evenin-f" from "South i Pacific" by Richard Rodgers and i GIVES BERTH TO QUADS Oscar Hammerstein 2nd; "Down: KARACHI. Pakistan the Mississippi." overture, by A. shid Begum. wife of a _ M. Laurens; "Be My Love." from'clerk in Pakistan's Constituent As- Anthony 5 ertitta has been named to a successful conclusion in the "The Toast of New Orleans." by'sembty today gave birth to cnalrman of the United Fund drive last year Sammy Cahn and Nicholas Brod-; girls and a boy All of Lmted Fund has formulated plans for an in- szky; "The march, by if our children are reported to" have Edward Schreiber and Al- j tensified and early campaign. James M. Fulton. good chances of surviving "n Kelso, leaders of the Fertitta announced that the campaign, announced Saturday. beach campaign kick-off will be Schreiber said the United set at an early date so as to per- is fortunate in obtaining the leader- j mit participation by all beach-front ship of Fertitta who is experienced establishments and their employes. in such drives and possesses energy: "We know the beach-front is ta- and enthusiasm. terested in doing its share in sup- Fertitta led the beach division .porting the worthwhile charities, community agencies, the Red Cross .and the Heart and Cancer organ- izations. We need their help in mak- ing a success of this campaign, which can be done only when every- body gives." Fertitta said. I Present plans of campaign organ- I ization provide for tba recruiting of women volunteers to assist the men. _, Fertitta said he wants to have Unusual stylized presentation will men identjfjed with beachfront in-; highlight the Summer Circle The- dustry serve as volunteer leaders I ater'-s third seasonal offering open- and workers assisted by a corps of iflg at p.m. Wednesdav at the'specially trained womeu volun- leers, theater on thp Pleasure Pier, A resident of Galveston for 22' director Adrian announced, years. Fertitta is co-manager of Minimum scenic effects will be the Turf Athletic Club, a member used- ti-hile lighting, sound and'of Galveston Club and St. Patrick's costumes are expected to create .Church and resides with his wife, the various moods of the four plays land four-year-old daughter, Louise to be presented, Hail said. Olivia at 4609 avenue O. Both tragedy and comedy will be featured. Comedy will be represented by Chekov's "T h e Boer" and the 19th century farce, "Box and Cox." Tennessee Wil- liams' "The Lady of Larkspur Lo- tion" and William Saroyan's "Hello Out will comprise the seri- ous presentations. The cast includes favorites of Summer Circle Theater audiences, Patsy Helmond, George Black. The 30-foot shrimp boat, Vera Jack Wittee Jack Sheppard Mary Jean, owned by William H. Monroe Ann Rose, Nancy Knisiey, Wallace ;Pellerin and Smith J. Brown. of 4912 P, -went through a The quartet of famous plays, ex- WOO repair job Saturday the citing because of their unusual result of an unscheduled visitor stylization. is "something of an caUing on ner- 25 Islanders Attending College Twenty-five students from Gal- veston are enrolled in Prairie View A M College this summer, A, W. McDonald, visiting professor at the college and a teacher at Central High Most of the students are working towards a bachelor degree, while others are working for a masters. The students enrolled are: Cleopatra Donley, Mrs. Elizabeth IWinfield, Joyce Ann Hunter, Carol i Jean Hunter, Paul Thomas, Charles 'McCullen, Mrs. Charles Moore, !Melvin Jellan Neal, Evelyn Gam- ible, Margie Clark, Edward Clay, Symo'lia Hawkins, Noma Ruth Johnson, George Ba- tiste, Luther Brach, Lewis Black, Faye Jackson, Betty Williams, Delores Uwyan. Mrs. Leatha Rey- nolds, Elbert Smith, Vernon Cole- man, Clarence Smith and Mrs. Emily Staten. too serious "to permit of trana Atlantic boxing he eaid. The Wisconsin Republican, chair- iman of the Senate Foreign Rela- committee, told the Senate I that "irresponsible critics should keep their peace" so as to "not give our Communist enemy cause for more rejoicing by inter Allied recrimination." He eaid attacks on Secretary of nations if in this country .dedicate Itself toward ratification take the irresponsible position of condemning our government when it proposes united action, and then condemning It for the conse- quences if through no fault of its own united action does not come to pass." Wiley did not identify the "crlt- State John Foster Dulles, the {Department, and U. S. Allies are hurting e'forts for Allied unity against the Communists. Can't Ignore Implications He said "no realistic individual can possibly ignore the serious im- plications of the partitioning of Viet and "no realist would j for one moment gloss over the very junfortunate reverse which the free 'world has suffered." But, he added, are not going to be in a po- isition to help save those remaining of the European Defense Commu- nity. in a manner which will definitely not require renegotiation on the part of the signatory pow- ers." He eaid those were two import- ant steps in a five-part program for European and Asiatic policy. He also suggested: He aald they "have obviously j i. A "prompt declaration of ta- lcs." been playing both sides of the fence simultaneously. They con- demn the Indo Chinese truce tention on the part of all the free nations" against further aggression by "external invasion or internal penetration." 2: Prompt passage of the for- eign aid bin without "punitive, ar- bitrary or .Ill-tempered" to cut It because of the In.do China settlement. 3. A "moratorium on irrespon- ci'lticisms" in which the State settlement, but most of them would have been totally unwilling to com- mit American manpower for the deferne of Indo China." He said "every effort should be made to move promptly ahead on a longer range goal of hard and fast military commitments under____ a southeast Asia defense pact" Department "and our Allies Wants DC Ratified He also- eald France should "re- what th-iy do." condemned willy-nilly, no matter Cvtoi Drugs Liquors PH. S-S721 BIGGEST YOU CAN OWN A CROSLEY 21 ON EASY TERMS DRUSS FURNITURE CO. 2322 Market Phem 5-8587 CYCLONE FENCE 5-5037 i Circle Theater's 4 Plays to Have Unusual Styling STATES STEE Admiral Boat Dumps Owner, Plows Into Shrimper experiment on the Galveston stage, Hall said. ler than other 21" TV TVK CATAUNA 'ALUMINIZED" TUBE "OrTIC FILTER" SCREEN Rattful I Viewing 270 sq. in. Picture Powerful Super Cascode Chassis Lovely, Compact mahogany finish shorter in depth Rich-toned Full Fidelity FM Sound System WEEKLY FuU-sizc 21' TV Console at the of many table models! Ad- vance Cascode Chassis Rich- toned PM Bpnekcr gleaming mahogany finish. THI CAfKI CUPPLES RADIO DIAL 5-8141 812 ST. By C. E. CUPPLES One of the most Important withdrawal" from the upcom- ing: year's TV picture is Kate Smith. daytime show NBC-TV no: in the schedule for the fail, thougii she may turn up on another net- work. Main reason for the fail- ure by N'BC to renew the show for another year, even though Kate's contract has a year to run. is that Ted Collim, her nustiand-manager-partnT. r e fuses to i'-t the star do more persona! selling on her of the products, that ij. There's n-; doubt that Kite will he back on ihe screens soon, in a new time and format but even while she's off the air, some of her will be geen. The star and her pro- ducer have proud r.t the fact that the "Aldnch Family" a lO-minute insert on her radio some 15 year' ago. The popular TV "Ethel and Albert" start- ed in the fi'.me '.vay an an in- sert on Kate's afternoon TV and is now a top- rated on iti ov.n. lilting the past the Smith-Collins team r.-ame with another micie.ifful idf-a, "The World of Mr. pt.arrinj' veteran artor '''harif'S This corri'-dy i-i no'.v getting a summertime. out NBC-TV. The Ihr- (t'.frajte TV family set at li-H-it n hortevr 1'inr. your vH'v.-ir.jf yo'i r bn fit ye rftTfitiiii and t'jp if you call fur to kr'-p your v 1 at Si-e the XK.M'I'H nnd ADMIflAL m'.d'ln in our dis- pl'iy. "Kiijii-n HTvin- 1929" f'UHPI.KS RAPfO. Kn- Sound Kalen A. vire 812 St. Dial 5-flUl. The "Visitor" was the Sheila, an outboard motorboat owned by an unidentified Houstonian. In the calm darkness of the early' morning at the Galveston Yacht Basin, the owner of the Sheila; started the motor for a routine pleasure outing. But the outing, though not of very long duration, proved any-j thing but routine. Somehow, the boat slipped into gear as the owner gunned the motor and tfce Sheila shot forward with such a lurch it dumped its owner smack into the basin. He escaped unharmed but not the Vera Jean. The pilotless Shelia raced across tfce basin and slammed into   Phow Sunday Show Sunday Bhow Rnnd of Time Back tn God Finn a of Decbdon Whafe Trouble Frontier of Frontier of Faith Local Furniture Men Attend Convention O-alvestonians Edward Schrciber, Jack Miller and Bernard Miller, of; Sciireiher Miller Furniture Co., attended combined annual con- vention of the Retail Furniture As- 1 sociation of Texas and the South- west Furniture Market In Dallaji. I Members of the and rptai! furniture from throughout the Southwest viewed the Litest in furniture, shown ir, Mrt The ttAxoniKUon'tt SJnt convention climaxed with election of and presentation of annual The market was the 29th held with trie RFAT convr.nt.lon. AFTERNOON PERIOD I TfcotnpMo Matte Forum forum L ;JJ If" Uelndlaa Mel-xllef MUBIC Oim i O Famoui Oara 1am Famous Oam Gam Famous Game i Famoin I i I niKht Muilc Room i Klnjt Rtiow Music Room i Singers j Music Room OnthoMc Moor Cfltholti? Ho-jf Art of Livln Carnival of Hour Gulden Honr Hour Golden Hoyr 4i 51 i, I Opefi HOUM Uelodl'd I Ooen j. Open j, Excurron Open C'ou'tly I Open Proudly Open Hmu The i Open Sunday Opeo i fttjnday Rtar Time R'jndny Matinee l Atar Cijetl Rur Corn. 11 Review i Corn Gardener Sunday Afternoon Sunday Afternoon B'lndny Afternoon Sunday Afternoon Bunday Afternoon I Weekend I Weekend I Weekend j Weekend Weekend I Weekend Weekend Weekend Forum Beat Amerlfran Korura Broadway Beat flummrr Concert Summer.At. Rummer Concert I flummer.Ht. Loull Sunday Afternoon Kunday Afternoon Sunday Afternoon Sunday Afternoon R'mday Afternoon Afternoon World Today Eartr-man iiarthman There Be Lifht Sunday Show Bundxy fihow Hhow Cleveland :i T. Cleveland N.Y. Cleveland st N.Y Cleveland N.T N.T. Cleveldnd at N Y.! Cleveland at N.Y Cleveland at N.Y., Cleveland i Cleveland it N.T. Cleveland N.Y. at N.Y. Fhow fiundav Phow Show Sundav fihow The Knsdow The Shadow True Trie Mrk Carter Nlrk Carter Ron Cnnnidin> Memories-MelfKi Door'y Fnturf Ivoor'y to Future of Iirae) Mennnice of Israel Herald of Trutn Herald of TruUi j fkxi'l World I Ond'o WorM Mnn's 'Perrln-Trair___ Q'lli Pamomlme Quiz In World In World Youth youth in the Life 1 Life Illehway Chuffen People Paul Hsrvey For Tomorrow Quinry Curly Fra Cowboy O-Mn Cowboy O-Mea Nature. In Action Nsture In Action 7xio Parade Zoo Parade Wild Bill Hlckok Same Family Pride Fnmlly Prld" Afla CroxurriJidM, Aila Your Vacation Your Vacation Your Play Time Your Play Meet the Preve Meet the Preit I Houtton Rventl Telephone Show H'jmc Knrmledte Mr. Mr. EVENING FKRIOD Negro Club Corner the meeting of the Oalventon will he heM Momlay Cunry Center. Mom- h' rji are uryeril to he preiient. 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