N.Y. Propeller Club Elects Hart President
Capt. Thomas A. King, president of The Propeller Club, Port of New York, recently announced the results of the election held at the club's 54th annual membership meeting. The new officers are as follows: president, Capt.
Robert E. Hart, Marine Index Bureau ; first vice president, James J. Dickman, N.Y. Shipping Association ; second vice president, Capt. James L. Fleishell, Captain of the Port, United States Coast Guard, N.Y., and secretary-treasurer, Col. Fred A. Sikora, maritime consultant.
The newly elected governors are: Daniel J. Altilio, Central Gulf Lines, Inc.; Francis J. Barry, Circle Lines, Inc.; William H. Bevan, Bethlehem Steel Corp.; Philip A. Donahue, Maritime Overseas Corp.; Lloyd R. Graham, Moran Towing & Transportation Co.; Peter Hetzler, Marsh & McLennan, Inc.; James P. McAllister Sr., McAllister Brothers, Inc.; George McCartney, S e a f a r e r s International Union; Robert W. Sammel, Prudential Lines, Inc.; Shannon J. Wall, National Maritime Union, and Richard S. Walsh, Waterman Steamship Corp.
The Propeller Club is now commencing its 54th successful year as a broad maritime industry organization.
Its principal objective is to promote, further and support an American merchant marine, and to aid the development of river, Great Lakes and harbor improvements. The club plans a number of activities for the coming year, featuring prominent speakers at regular luncheon meetings.
Captain King will continue to serve as president until June 30, 1977, at which time he wil
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