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October 27, 1950 - Image 8

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-AGE EIG IT THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1950

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L E A V I N C T A I L S BEHIND T H E M - Tails of early B-36B's are too big for
Consolidated-Vultee plant, San Diego, Cal., so doors were cut and modernization proceeds inside

'ASSAULT SWIMMEK'
--An underwater fighter in a
new branch of the French army
places the glass in his headgear
before going beneath the Loir
River in- maneuvers at Guis.

HIS MAJESTY WALKS ON HIGH-"Prince,"
star of Michel Van Been's lion group, does his balancing act under
watchful eye of his French trainer in Frankfort, Germany, circus.

G I L D I N G T H E D 0 M E'-Sonny Simmons applies gold
leaf to dome of Colorado State Capitol, Denver. The dome is
cleaned, red lead applied and oil-base sizing added before leafing.

T H E FIELD H I T S T H E T U R N -The 38 horses in the 21-mile Cesarewitch Stakes
take the turn at Newmarket, England. The race was won by King George's filly, Above Board.

MADE H I M A LEADER -Vernon M. Shepherd, of
Sao Paulo, Brazil, holds 36-pound, 10-ounce striper he caught to
take lead in Striped Bass Derby off Martha's Vineyard, 'Mass.

NATIVE PRODUCTS,
-Guadalupe Ortiz displays some
of the latest patterns in Chilean
cotton goods developed in Santi-
ago factories with American
training and equipment.

PILGRIM'S BLUNDERBUSS . -.Andy Palmer,
gun collector, aims a Pilgrim's blunderbuss at his home, Dearborn,
Mich. On table is Dutch flintlock grenade thrower, another prize.

A F T E R T H E C R A S H - London police and firemen stand in wreckage of scaffolding
which fell on a line of autos at a traffic light, damaging ten cars and injuring two workmen.

E N R OU T E T O A P I C K U P -- Six C-82's of a 27-plane unit fly in formation frola
Frankfurt to Trieste to airlift a battalion of U. S. infantry to maneuvers in Germany.

H I T L E R RETURNSI ----I-N W A-X-Herman Faeber
gives finishing touches to waxen figure of Adolf Hitler, wartime
Fuehrer, before its exhibition at St. Pauli wax works, Hamburg.

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