The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on September 22, 1978 · Page 14
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14- A Sip Friday Morning, September 22, 1978 Bulletin Board Pilot Club The Pilot Club of La Marque will sponsor its annual Marzetti Supper from 5 to 7:30 p.m. today in the La Marque Junior High School Cafeteria. Tickets are $3 for adults and $2 for children. Takeout orders will be prepared it containers are provided. For more information one may contact Brenda Lera at 938-4009. Proceeds of the event will go to the project account to benefit the community. GayParee " The Gay Paree Social and Charity Club will hold a Friday Night Zodlco featuring the music of John Vallier and His Zodico Team at 9 p.m. today in the ILA Hall at 29th and Market Streets. Tickets are $2 in advance and $2.50 at the door. Live Oak The Live Oak Missionary Baptist Church will have a concert at 7:30 p.m. today featuring the All Americans, the choral group sponsored by- American National Insurance Co and directed by Larry Patton. The concert is the final event in the church's annual Music Emphasis Week. SerraClub The Serra Club of Galveston will meet at noon today in Holiday Inn. The program will be presented by J. B. Friedman, Serra District 10 governor, who will be making his annual visit. Senior Aides The Mainland United Club and the Treasure Isle Club, affiliates of the Galveston County Senior Aides Program, will meet at 2 p.m. today in the Galveston County Courthouse. Bunnie Barrell, regional representative from Washington, D.C., will speak. A reception will follow. San Leon FOE The San Leon Aerie 3407 of the Fraternal Order of Eagles will have a dance at 7 p.m. Saturday in the lodge home. There is no admission charge and the public is welcome. Voter Registration The Community Coordinating Organization will hold a mass voter registration drive today and Saturday and next weekend in the Fellowship Hall of Greater Bell Zion Baptist Church. Hours will be 9 to 11 a.m. and 3 to 6 p.m. The drive is planned for persons who have moved or lost their voter registration cards as well as for those who have never been registered. Resiterns The Resiterns will hold a family beach party for members and guests at 5 p.m. Saturday in the Luau House on the Galveston beach. The charge is S2 for adults and 50 cents for children three through 12 years. There is also a $1 parking fee. St. Michael's The Women of St. Michael's Episcopal Church of La Marque will hold their annual luncheon at noon Saturday in the parish hall. The speaker will be Mrs. John C. Donovan, wife of the rector of Trinity Ep- slcopal Church in Galveston, who will speak on her family's stay in San Miguel, Mexico. Tickets are $2.50 and may be ordered from the church office at 935-3559 or from Mrs. G. T. Austin Jr. at 9353542. SMAC The Senior Mexican American Club will sell barbecue dinners from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at 4927 Ave. Q. The dinners will include half a chicken, beans, rice and potato salad. The charge Is $2.50. Orders may be placed by calling 7444152, and delivery is available. About Town The Men About Town Social and Charity Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at 4501 Vj Broadway. Plans will be made for a trip to Alexandria, La., according to Kermitt Robbins, president. Santa Fe EMS The board of directors of the Santa Fe Emergency Medical Service will have a meeling Saturday. For information directors are asked to call 925-2232. Aggie Moms The Texas A&M Mothers' Club, Mainland Chapter, is sponsoring a dance at 9 p.m. Saturday In the Nessler Civic Center The popular Dukes of Aggie Land Band will provide the music and the community is welcome. For ticket Information one may call Mrs. Andrew Giamfortone at 935-9497, Mrs. George Beach at 9353021 or Mrs. E. H. Harclerode at 337-1155. PWP Council The Southeast Texas Regional Council of Parents Without Partners will hold a one-day conference Saturday in Angleton. Registration will begin at 8 a.m. and workshops will continue through the morning. The business session will be in the afternoon and a dinner and dance will be held in the evening. Registration should be fi reeled to Sherry Sems. treasurer, at 215 Stratton Ridge Road No. 85, Clute, Texas 77531. Heiss Foots The Heiss Foots Square Dance Club is planning an open house for 8 p.m. Sept. 29 in Nessler Civic Center, Texas City, for persons Interested in square dancing lessons. The lessons will begin Oct. and continue from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.-Fridays for 20 lessons at a charge of $20 per person. For more information one may cal) 9452936. Moody House The Moody House Birthday Party for residents with September birthdays will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday in the ballroom. Lenora Dorian Jones will entertain. Gamma Alpha Texas Gamma Alpha Chapter of Phi Sigma Alpha will celebrate Founders' Day with a tea at 3:30 p.m. Sunday in the home of Gene Jordan. Serving on the program will be Jewel Robinson, Betty Porter, Edith Canant, Dot Wall, Lenner Manning, Una Mae Williams and Margaret Chambers. There will be a report on the Gulf Coast assembly luncheon and plans will be made for the convention to be held Oct. 13, 14 and 15 in Fort Worth. Tepeyac Party Team Two of the Tepeyac Charity Club will hold a card party at 2 p.m. Sunday in the LULAC Hall at 72nd Street and Hoard's Lane Prizes will include appliances, Mexican decorative items, cakes and plants. Proceeds will benefit the candidacy of Laura Leticia Gonzales and Ranette Lynn Gonzales in the queen contest. Free transportation may be arranged by calling 7440026. Hub of Mainland The Hub of the Mainland Chapter of the American Business Women's Association will hold its Kick-Off Tea from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday in the home of Jane Sutton, 1031 Cedar Drive, La Marque. The tea is an enrollment event to Interest area business women in ABWA. Membership is by invitation, and interested women are asked to contact Hattie Woodard, chapter president, at 945-6391 or 9388261. Marine Log Shrimp Landing Increase Noted JOE NAMATH will be at Foley's Almeda Saturday from 11 a.m. to noon and Foley's Sharpstown from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. for mini-showings of his line of men's suits by Calvin Clothing. In addition to the mini-shows, Namath will field questions submitted by the public and will distribute autographed photographs. There will be a drawing for a Joe Namath suit and an autographed football. Pictured is the popular superstar in a youthful three-piece vested suit of 100 percent cotton corduroy. With its rich texture, distinctive suede trim and bold, rounded buttons, it has the welcome fashion versatility that allows it to perform perfectly either indoors or out, for casual occasions or, as Namath demonstrates, for more dressy, evening affairs. Approximate retail price is $135. Shipping flctivity GALVESTON GULF QUEEN Hykcsi American, Container Terminal ALCOA SEAPROBE (Alcoa i American, Pier 12 North NEWPARK SUNRISE (Ncwparki American. Pier 14 Wesl FREDERICK LYKES iLykcs> American. Pier 15 STAR i Oceans i Litenan. Pier IS LORD FRONTENAC 'Del Monte) Panamanian. Pier 21 SPUDA (Gull Coast) Bunge Grain Elevator LORD FLEUR D'EPEE (Del Monte) Panamanian. Pier J4 ANTIGUA I Hanson i Tidemannj Greek, Pier 3M6T-head DMITRIS i Biohl) Greek. Pier M North OLGA BRAVO iSlracham American, Pier 38 North VALENTIN KHUTORSKY (Kord) USSR, Pier 39 North NA1MEY (Slrachan > Italian, Pier 39-W T-head MEXICAN GUNBOAT. Republic of Mexico. Pier 41 South RIVERBANK (Ford) British. Pier 41 North TEXAS CITY NEDIiTTTiGreek.No.40 VENTURE BRITANNIA (Eiransi No. 4! COASTGUARD-NAVY HATCHET, Korl Point TODD SHIPYARDS EXPORT BAY iFarrell Lines) American COASTAL TEXAS i Coastal States) American SEA VENTURE I iNavitradel Panamanian MARITIME HAWK iTTTl Panamanian Shrimp landings in Galveston Bay ports for the first seven months of this year are up over the previous year's totals by 378,600 pounds, according to a report on trends and conditions in Texas fisheries by James W. Morgan, a fishery reporting specialist of the National Marine Fisheries Service in Galveston. Total landings in Galveston Bay ports from January through July amounted to 2,833,500 pounds. That total compares to 2,454,900 for the same seven months in 1977. Statewide, shrimp landings hit 8.5 million pounds and a dockside value of $15.6 million in July. That was a decrease of two million pounds and S3 million in value compared to the previous year. However, the volume and the value were well above the landings in June, Morgan reported. State total landings for January-July 1978 were 21.7 million pounds, compared to 20.4 million for the same seven months in 1977. Gulf trawlers made catches of ivs> to four boxes of brown shrimp per night and one to two boxes of white shrimp per night off both the Texas and Louisiana coasts. Bay catches averaged from one to three boxes of white shrimp. Blue crab landings dropped to 855,000 pounds, compared to one million pounds the previous month. Fishermen were receiving 20 to 30 cents per pound for live crabs. Oyster landings amounted to 38,900 pounds Health insurance , H. FREUDENBURG, CLU PH: 744-7111 6202 AYU. of shucked meats, compared to 54,600 pounds the previous month. Fishermen were receiving from $22.50 to §24 per barrel for shellstock oysters. Beth Jacob Selichot Service Set Selichot (penitential) services will be at midnight Saturday at Congregation Beth Jacob. 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