Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 21, 1955 · Page 9
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 9

Dixon, Illinois
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Saturday, May 21, 1955
Page 9
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Associated Press News in Pictures * OVERHEAD FOOTBALL — Manchester's Don Kevie heads the ball which Newcastle'* goalkeeper Ronnie Simpson, right, leaves his feet to try to bat down, during English soccer cup play at London's Wembley Stadium. Newcastle won, 3-1. for its third title in five years. » SOVIET-PREMIER — Marshal Nikolai Bulganin, Soviet Prime Minister, is shown In a rare closeup taken in Moscow by AP correspondent Stanley Johnson. PARISIAN c THREE-WHEELER — This three-wheel vehicle, equipped with bicycle wheels and a «co motor, is said to have reached a speed of 71 mph in Farts test*. ^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ARMS^ FULL — Mrs. Hiidegarde Griimek, wife of Frank -1 furt, Germany, Zoo director, cuddles Baki, left, and Tomas, to prove theory that raising gorillas is like raising children. AT HOME IN A BREEZE — A Luders 16- footer, on a spinnaker run in Great Sound, Bermuda, scampers to hold its position during an International Race Week event. ON LOCATION — Producer Robert Rossen, left, shows Prince Peter of Greece, adviser, an amphora made at Madrid. Pottery School for filming of ^Alexander the Great" in Spain.,, HEDGE-HOPPING BLIMP? — Despite appearances, this is no low-flying blimp, but a 30-ton. 57-foot-Ionr, 17-foot-high gas storage tank being moved through Philadelphia. ' m c u r a I « » SENSATION — Al Kaline, 20-year-old Detroit Tigers outfielder, says BENGALS SENS A . i i v - ■ because he's breaking in new ones. Al grew, he isn't »P*«UOons-thw * ah°« "J™ ,£*e C,ait.season_ana U . re»UyJmpro™dJUtte* NewspaferRRCH!VEs TO AID JET PILOT S — Research engineer BillBauef at Republic Aviation Corp-. Farmingdale. N. Y., tunes a signal beamed to a model of the F-84F Thunderstreak to test radio apparatus as it dives, climbs, banks and turns. Objective U *• overcome distance, altitude and weather srobicmk I -J BRITISH CARRIER OFF MALTA — Personnel line Bight deck of the "37-foot RritM. aircraft carrier HMS Centaur as it leaves Grand Harbor, Malta for exercises in the , ' Mediterranean Sea. Five Seabawk planes can be seen c SOME SALAMI — This salami, seven feet tall, one foot , thick and weighing 265 pounds, was packed by a Hamburg;*' -Germany, meat firm for a Chicago food exhibition. ^ ^ ^^^^^^^ ^ 1^^^^^^^ ILLUSION — Evelyn Warner, of Chicago, makes use of optical illusion, not muscle. U> "support" the 272-foot Tower of^ Pisa, Italy, that .has been leaning for most of its 900 years. i angled deck of Royal Navy flattop. NOW AMBASSADOR *T$§- .— James B. Conant, former U. S. High Commissioner, has BLOWING A STACK — Old reinforced concrete smokestack, built in 1923 at a Louisville, Ky., oil refinery, looks like a huge gun as it settles to earth after dynamiting. MAN WITH A DEEP PROBLEM- Bjoern Naeslund. competing on a new roagh.riding motorcycle cwie ^Jj**flri». Sweden, freed hit machiJM to flatonjee— « nj.,.. anrmwr i Ni.WSfAi'tKIHiUin v

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