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    • New Ore Carrier Launched in Cleveland

    • Ore carriers; Lakes; Steel; Ships; Boats; Boat & ship industry
    • "CL17020...Cleveland Bureau...New Ore Carrier Launched in Cleveland ... Cleveland -- The Belle Isle, 621-foot ore carrier built for the U.S. Maritime Commission, is shown above as it was launched at American Ship Building Company yards here. It was...
    • S.S. Fenn Victory VC2-S-AP2

    • Fenn College; Cleveland State University
    • The SS Fenn Victory was one of 534 Victory ships built during World War II for the US Maritime Commission. Launched May 19, 1945, the ship was 455 feet long and 62 feet wide.
    • City Club Forum: Frances Beinecke, president, Natural Resources Defense Fund [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Beinecke, Frances; Natural Resources Defense Council; Energy policy; Conservation of natural...
    • Friday Forum: ''Revitalizing Ohio's economy through clean energy,'' with Frances Beinecke, president, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). ''NRDC has launched a new strategic campaign that sharply focuses NRDC's efforts on curbing global...
    • City Club Forum: Brian Lamb, CEO C-Span [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Public affairs television programs; Public interest; television broadcasting; Television broadcasting...
    • Brian Patrick Lamb, chief executive officer, C-Span. In 1977 Lamb proposed the creation of a non-profit Cable Satellite Public Affairs Network, C-Span, that would broadcast the official proceedings of the U. S. Congress. C-Span was launched in...
    • Tour group at The Arcade

    • Arcade, The (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Tour group with eyes turned upward to behold interior beauty of Old Arcade....Tourists in Arcadia -- The first of a series of weekly downtown sight-seeing tours, on foot and bus was launched yesterday. The tourists are seen here making the Arcade...
    • New missiles

    • Torpedoes; United States. Navy; Submarines; Clevite Corp.; Rockets
    • "ACCOUSTIC TORPEDO [text illegible] anti-sub marine weapon announced today. It can be launched from surface ships or aircraft. By sound waves, it relentlessly tracks its a target. It's one of many underwater guided missiles which have been made in...
    • Beard-growing contest finalists

    • Radio stations; Contests; Beards
    • "FOR USE AT YOUR CONVENIENCE: The art shows the four finalist in WQUE's beard-growing contest. Left to right they are: news editor Bob Smith, news director Kenny Halterman, assistant news director Bob Lape, and production manager Rick Reighard. The...
    • American Ship Building Company, Lorain, Ohio

    • Lorain (Ohio); Ships; Shipping; Boat & ship industry
    • "Prow view of Str. BENJAMIN F. FAIRLESS on the ways at the Lorain, Ohio, yards of the American Ship Building Co.
      The vessel is the third of five new ore carriers being built for the Pittsburgh Steamship Co., subsidiary of United States Steel...
    • American Ship Building Company, Lorain, Ohio

    • Lorain (Ohio); Ships; Shipping; Boat & ship industry
    • "Largest ore boat ever launched on Great Lakes, the steamer E. T. Weir of the Hanna fleet, is shown poised and ready to slide down the ways at the Lorain yards of American Ship Building Co. at noon today. The 690-foot vessel displaces 2,000,000...
    • Tommy Dorsey at Halle's.

    • Department stores; Halle Brothers Co.; Celebrities
    • "February 4, 1955: Orchestra leader Tommy Dorsey and Model Clyde Rickenbrode, who traveled with the Dorsey band for two years while she and her husband handled its advertising and promotion, talk over old times at the new Celebrity Table launched...
    • Spotlight: Bill Willis

    • Willis, Bill; Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1951)
    • "It didn't take [Head Coach Paul] Brown long to demonstrate his intention to cross the longtime professional football color barrier. Not only did Willis make the team, he launched an eight-year career that would take him all the way to the Hall of...
    • Goodyear Aircraft balloon

    • Goodyear Aircraft Corporation; Balloons; Unidentified flying objects
    • "UFO over Ohio? No, it's a balloon launched by Goodyear Aircraft at Akron with radar gondola attached to take pictures from altitude of 100,000 feet. Many similar balloons have been mistaken for flying saucers or unidentified flying objects (UFO)."...

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