MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.» COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN, NEWS OF THE WORLD IN PICTURES CONTENTED CHRIS— Chris the giraffe, seen through legs of its mother, Maud, at London zoo, appears happj to tike life easy as Is suited' to an animal just a few weeks old. PISTOL CHAMP— Lucille Chainbliss, 24. of Winter Haven, Fla., the new national women's pistol champion, levels a tun durine target practice session in backyard of her home. THE END'S IN S I C H T _ Crane lifts 34-ton stern- wheel of riverboat C. D. O'Connor at New Orleans where four once-proud slcrnwheelers are renovated for oil workers' quarters. ROLL OUT THE BARRELS — Berlin brewery workers roll beer barrels down the city's Kurfucrstemliimm Avenue to glee of spectators who also saw waiters, waitresses, cooks, bar mixers ana pases compete in this traditional "Waiters' Derby." ICEBREAKER IN ARCTIC — U. a. Coast Guard icebreaker Wcslwlnd, en route to Weather Station Alert in Arctic Ocean, passes Iceberg on re-supply mission that lasted 121 days. ROYAL VISITOR — King Fallal of Iraq 'Waa among distinguished visitors viewing demonstration of British military vehicles at Chert- icy, England, research center* HAT.FOR AUTUMN. — A white peach bloom beret- style hat, topped with pert pheasant feather, is from a London collection and is worn by model Alison McGlll. MISS UNIVERSE IN COLLEGE— Miriam Slcvensnn, third from rlchl, Miss Universe of 1954, quit movie career for college, attends class at Lander College, Greenwood, S. C. DAMP DRIVIN C — Two Tommies appear unconcerned as they ride a cargo truck which Is submerged by means of a inorkel-type exhaust and breather in Chcrtsey, England, trial. FACIAL PATTERN— Makeup artist BUI Smith near* end of three-hour Job — pultlnr tweeier to unusual tattoo mask worn by Frederick Ledtbur for role of Qutequet In "Moby Diok." SHOWING THE HANDIWORK — Mechanical hands for handling radioactive materials perform at West Berlin Fair where 20 western countries displayed products. ZULUS HONOR FOUNDER — Zulus, In native and civilian dress — note matt .n tab? at lefl — clvort at Slanjer, Natal, Africa, honortnt Tihaka, founder of M>» Zulufc RIVALS IN NEBRASKA — Keith Neville, left, .of Norl* Platle, a Democrat, anil Carl T. Curtis, right, of Mlntlcn, r. Rcpitb- can, were rival candidates for U. g. Senator from Nebraska I* thi November election. ROADBLOCK IN AUSTRALIA — This US-fool. 22' Hon smokestack, enroute t» MW Kwluana oil rtflatrr. owned atjor roadblock when U went off road tear Peru, Australia.
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