"Texas In Review"
Weekly Log -- May 7, 1956 - July 16, 1956


May 7, 1956

  1. Free Flight for Fun – Soaring (4’04").
  2. Re-Riding the Chisholm – Chisholm Trail Ride (2’42").
  3. Commercial - #56-4 (56").
  4. Lifeline – Busdriver (6’40").
  5. Library on Wheels – Bookmobile (3’50").
  6. Commercial - #56-11 (1’09").
  7. Echoes from the Hills – Kerr County Centennial (5’19").
  8. Springtime Sowing – Planting (3’01").

 

May 14, 1956

  1. Vans Across Texas – Trucking Industry (4’52").
  2. Commercial - #55-9 (2’10").
  3. A Show of Science – U. of Texas Power Show (4’41").
  4. Live Oak’s Birthday – Live Oak County Centennial (3’47").
  5. Commercial - #56-11 (1’09").
  6. Hospital of Hope – McKnight TB Nurses School (5’08").
  7. Blueprint for Better Living – Nueces County Family (5’51")

 

May 21, 1956

  1. Brenham Maifest – (2’58").
  2. Air Mail Anniversary – Love Field Anniversary (3’24").
  3. Commercial - #56-1 (1’16").
  4. Junior Size Businessmen – Junior Achievement (5’43").
  5. Parker, Past and Present – Parker County Centennial (3’58").
  6. New Skies, New Wings – Bryan Air Force Base Graduation (2’21").
  7. Commercial - #55-11 (48").
  8. Engineer’s Aide – Engineer’s Library (3’18").
  9. Innovation in Irrigation – Butyl Rubber Tubing (3’19").

 

May 28, 1956

  1. Power for Peace – Armed Forces Day Activities (5’35").
  2. Commercial - #56-7 (1’17").
  3. Handy Craftsmen – Industrial Arts Exposition (5’02).
  4. Birthday on the Nueces – Uvalde County Centennial (4’10").
  5. Salt, Air, and Fun – Coast Cities Celebrations (1’45").
  6. Commercial - #56-16 (1’26").
  7. The Park that Timber Built – Huntsville State Park Dedication (3’22").
  8. County Health Guardians – Taylor County Health Unit Dedication (5’02").

 

June 4, 1956

  1. A Proud Tradition-Part I – Texas Rangers (6’53").
  2. Commercial - #56-15 (1’03").
  3. Vacation Trails – Hill Country (6’10").
  4. Focus on Fine Art – Fine Arts in Colleges (7’24").
  5. Commercial - #56-3 (59").
  6. An Honor for Ike – President’s Visit (1’41").
  7. Cleburne’s Friend – Emmett Brown (3’23").

 

June 11, 1956

  1. A Proud Tradition-Part II – Texas Rangers (6’58").
  2. Commercial - #56-14 (1’21").
  3. Food by the Ton – Army Cooks (6’09").
  4. The Magic of Milk – Dairy Processing (4’16").
  5. Commercial – #56-11 (1’09").
  6. Building Tomorrow’s Pasture – Aerial Brush Control (4’46").
  7. Metropolitan Maze – Ten Ton Garage Dedication (3’09").

 

June 18, 1956

  1. Preserving A Skill – Muzzle Loading Rifle Match (5’19").
  2. Commercial - #56-15 (1’03").
  3. The First Co-op – Cat Spring Agricultural Society (4’55").
  4. From Preparation to Performance – State Fair Musicals (4’58").
  5. Commercial – #56-1 (1’16").
  6. Tips for the Mexico Trip – Gateways to Mexico (5’02").
  7. Memories on Parade – San Saba and Llano Centennials (5’00").

 

June 25, 1956

  1. Portrait of a Texan – Dr. John F. Anderson, Jr. (6’39").
  2. Commercial - #56-2 (1’20").
  3. Carpets of Green – Lawn Grass Culture (3’08").
  4. The Finisher’s Touch – Lapidary (6’26’).
  5. Tomorrow’s Better Drivers – Teenage Road-e-o (2’06").
  6. Commercial - #56-16 (1’26").
  7. Vacation Trails – The Highland Lakes (6’14").

 

July 2, 1956

  1. Olympic Pentathlon – (4’02").
  2. Aquatic Earrings – (2’35").
  3. Commercial - #56-1 (1’16").
  4. Salt, Air, and Sails – Houston Yacht Club Regatta and Gulf Coast Race (6’46").
  5. Retired Cowboy – Frank M. Edwards (2’57").
  6. Commercial - #56-4(56").
  7. Artistry in Green – Chander’s Gardens (3’33").
  8. Skill at the Wheel – Humble Truck Roadeo (4’56").

 

July 9, 1956

  1. The Rio Grande – The Rio Grande River (5’18").
  2. The Army’s Air Arm – (2’04").
  3. Commercial - #56-16 (1’26").
  4. Bank of Life – Wadley Blood Bank (3’28").
  5. Frontier Recollections – McCulloch County Celebration (3’01").
  6. Commercial - #56-6 (58").
  7. Testing Texas Drivers – Drivers License Test (5’32").
  8. The Big Barge – Humble Barge (5’06").

 

July 16, 1956

  1. Animal Fare – Zoo Chowtime (4’24").
  2. Commercial - #56-11 (1’09").
  3. Letter Perfect – Post Office Story (6’32").
  4. The Comanche Story – Comanche County Centennial (4’12").
  5. Commercial - #55-20 (53").
  6. The Evangelist Cop – Tome Chavez, Jr. (3’24").
  7. Vacation Trails – Panhandle (5’40")

 

     
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