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In 1955, Bob Casey, a well-known " sock hop " DJ, brought the two-turntable system to the U. S. Throughout the 1950s, payola continued to be a problem and one result of the payola scandal was tighter control of the music by station management.
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1955 and Bob
On October 15, 1955, Holly, along with Bob Montgomery and Larry Welborn, opened the bill for Presley in Lubbock, catching the eye of a Nashville talent scout.
Wine of Morning ( 1955 ), based on a novel by Bob Jones, Jr., represented the United States at the Cannes Film Festival.
* 1952: I Love Lucy ( 3 episodes, 1952 – 1956 ) ... aka " Lucy in Connecticut "-USA ( rerun title ) ... aka " The Sunday Lucy Show "-USA ( rerun title ) ... aka " The Top Ten Lucy Show " – USA ( rerun title ) – Lucy and Bob Hope ( 1956 ) TV episode ( performer: " Nobody Loves the Ump " ( uncredited )) – Ricky's European Booking ( 1955 ) TV episode ( performer: " Forever, Darling " ( uncredited )) – Cuban Pals ( 1952 ) TV episode ( performer: " The Lady in Red ", " Similau ")
In 1955 using an aqualung and swimming with fins, Bob Davies reached the bottom of Chamber 11 at depth in clear water and discovered the 12th and 13th Chambers.
* January 11, 1955: Swarthmore, Pennsylvania After some of his dorm mates urinated on his mattress Bob Bechtel, a 20-year-old student at Swarthmore College, returned to his dorm with a shotgun and used it to shoot and kill fellow student Holmes Strozier.
* Bob Rush ( American football ) ( born 1955 ), National Football League center for San Diego and Kansas City
* Bob Price ( born 1955 ), former head coach of the Montreal Alouettes, now tight end coach and recruiting coordinator for the Virginia Cavaliers.
King Features syndicated a comic strip ( credited to " Bob Lawrence " but actually written by Lawrence Nadel and drawn by Bob Oksner ) from 1952 to 1955.
Bob Crowley ( born June 10, 1955 ) is a theatre designer ( scenic and costume ), and theatre director.
Along with Ronald Reagan and Bob Cummings, he was one of the hosts of ABC's coverage of the opening of Disneyland in 1955.
In October, the network began a two-decade long run as broadcaster of baseball's World Series, with airtime responsibilities shared between WGN's Bob Elson and Quin Ryan and WLW's Red Barber ( NBC and CBS also carried the series that year ; the Fall Classic would air on all three networks through 1938 and exclusively on Mutual through 1955 ).
Bob Graham attended Miami Senior High School from 1951 to 1955, he was Student Body President his senior year.
The English aviation test pilot ' Bob ' Moore, who had helped to develop the Saab Tunnan ( J29 ) jet aircraft, brought a 1955 Saab 92B back to England, when he returned, later to become the first managing director of Saab GB Ltd.
He remained as producer and head writer of the series for five of its six seasons, writing the pilot and 153 episodes with Madelyn Pugh and Bob Carroll Jr. ( joined in the fall of 1955 by writers Bob Schiller and Bob Weiskopf ).
1955 and Casey
Later, Casey worked for Schenley Industries from 1951 until his retirement in 1965, and was chairman of the New York City Transit Authority from 1953 to 1955.
Casey was Chairman of the New York City Transit Authority from 1953 to 1955, and served in various positions with Schenley Industries from 1951 until his retirement in 1965.
His son Charles Case " Casey " Holter was born on November 7, 1955 with a severe form of spina bifida.
He graduated from Greenville Senior High School in 1955 and performed ( Steel Guitar ) with Claude Casey and the Sagedusters on WFBC-TV in 1955 on a weekly TV show.
1955 and well-known
In 1955 Sykes wrote and performed in a BBC Christmas spectacular, a spoof pantomime called Pantomania, which featured many well-known BBC personalities of the era ; it was directed by Ernest Maxin, who went on to produce some of the most famous comedy routines for Morecambe & Wise.
" Her other well-known Hollywood films were The Rose Tattoo, which she won the best actress Oscar for in 1955, and The Fugitive Kind.
Following his playing career Dean became a well-known radio and television sportscaster, calling baseball for the Cardinals ( 1941 – 46 ), Browns ( 1941 – 48 ), Yankees ( 1950 – 51 ), and Atlanta Braves ( 1966 – 68 ) and nationally with Mutual ( 1952 ), ABC ( 1953 – 54 ), and CBS ( 1955 – 1965 ).
One of its leading churches is Jarvis Street Baptist Church of Toronto, Ontario, whose well-known pastor of 45 years, Thomas Todhunter Shields ( 1873 – 1955 ), led fundamentalist forces in the Baptist Convention of Ontario and Quebec during the fundamentalist / modernist controversies in the first half of the 20th century.
A well-known example is the " Bugs Bunny " Franklin Half Dollar of 1955, where part of the eagle's wing from the reverse gives Franklin the image of protruding teeth.
Khalkhali is known to have been one of Khomeini's circle of disciples as far back as 1955 and is reported to have reconstructed the former secret society of Islamic assassins known as the Fadayan-e Islam after its suppression, but was not a well-known figure to the public prior to the Islamic Revolution.
Though less radical ( and certainly less well-known ) than Greene, he saw the BBC successfully through many significant events in British broadcasting: the surge in television viewership ( aided especially by the coverage of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1952 ); the introduction of the competing ITV service in 1955 ; the gradual modernisation of some old eccentric practices ( the aforementioned Fourteen-Day Rule and the Toddlers ' Truce closedown period in the early evening ).
Nawabzada Mohammed Ali Bogra (; October 19, 1909 — January 23, 1963 ) was a well-known and notable Pakistani Foreign service officer of Bengali origin, serving as the third Prime Minister of Pakistan from 1953 until 1955, and prior to that, was also the Foreign Minister of Pakistan from 1954 to 1955.
Russell appeared in British films from 1950 onwards, appearing in well-known productions such as They Who Dare ( 1954 ), One Good Turn ( 1955 ), The Man Who Never Was ( 1956 ) and The Great Escape ( 1963 ).
Born in Rome on June 14, 1955, Massimo Introvigne reported in a partially autobiographical paper presented at the 2008 yearly conference of the American Academy of Religion in Chicago how his interest in non-Christian religions dates back to his reading as a young boy of the novels of Emilio Salgari, Rudyard Kipling, and Luigi Ugolini ( 1891 – 1980, the author of the 1950 Italian novel L ' isola non trovata ), which included references to Hinduism, Islam and other religions not generally well-known at that time in Italy.
Note * 6 " Claw " was only added in 1955, but again replaced by many well-known specialists with ( finger ) nail, because expressions for " claw " are not available in many old, died-out, or lesser known languages.
In 1955, the article was expanded into a book of the same name ( Bridge Publications, ISBN 1-4031-0538-3 ; not to be confused with the larger and more well-known book Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health ).
Other examples include a major setting in Latin ( 35 minutes ) by Polish composer Paweł Łukaszewski ( b. 1968 ) composed between 1995 – 99 ; settings by American composers John Muehleisen ( b. 1955 ), composed in 1996, and R. Anthony Lee ( b. 1936 ), composed in 1999 ; and by the well-known American composer of liturgical music in the Episcopalian and Anglican traditions, Peter Hallock ( b. 1924 ), whose setting was composed in 1986.
Carter was propelled into notoriety, recording with Epic label by 1955 and was a well-known artist by the late 1950 ’ s.
In 1949 he moved to Italy under contract to Fanfulla before becoming a well-known name in Italian football by being transferred to first division Udinese who went on to place themselves in second position, behind the great AC Milan, in the Serie A division during the 1955 – 56 season.
Jerzy Kossak ( Kraków, 11 September 1886 – 11 May 1955, Kraków ) was a Polish realist painter specializing in military scenes ; son of painter Wojciech Kossak and grandson of painter Juliusz Kossak — a third-generation artist from a well-known and sought after family of painters, writers and poets.
He made a well-known bet with Hartland Snyder in about 1955 that anti-protons could not exist ; when he lost the bet, he speculated that the reason anti-matter does not appear to be abundant in the universe is that before the Big Bang, a single particle, the " universon " existed that then decayed into " cosmon " and " anti-cosmon ," and that the cosmon subsequently decayed to produce the known cosmos.
Construction cost 580 million francs ( by 1955 prices ), and was led by well-known French engineer André Coyne.