SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, I«fl8 BLTTMTILLB (ARK.)' OOUMER MEWS PAGR SRVEN NEWS OF THE WORLD TOLD IN PICTURES * ^ PRIZE NEEDLEWORK—This exquisite wedding gown is the Grand Prize winner in the 1955 Nationwide Crochet contest held recently in New York City. It was made by Mrs. Roy Johnson, right, of Oakland, Calif., for her 19-year-old daughter's wedding. Margaret Wallace of New York models the sown, crocheted in a delicate shell stitch oattern. HARK! THE HEART'—Clmli tte Ilomsi icillv doe-.ni hive lo get 50 close to Anthony Mosilln to hear his heartbeat Mosillo's heart is equipped with a plastic valve which makes noise thai can be heard several tcct away The valve was inserted when ,tht> Chicagoan suffered a heart ailment D^O-lf-YOURSELF CHAPEL-GF; in Detroi:. Mich . enter the wooden chapel they built themselve. Members or tlv 181 i Anti- sircralt Artillery Battalion, they btun it iron, donate^ materials. UP AND OVFR—An athletic policeman somersaults over a car at the annual "We::! Berlin. Germany police- 'how Some UQ.OOO spectators attended the show, put on to show the citizenry the ifkill and efficiency o/ their police force. VVAC AT PLAY—When the soldiers from Fort McClclIan, Ala. come over to the VVAC Center there for dates, the Service Club and the Craft Shop arc popular gathrrins places. Here Private Nancy G. Lynr.h of Cambridge. Mass.. and Private First Class Larry Stein, Brooklyn, N.V., make basketry a project two can enjoy. AND AWAY IT GOES—Looks like this man has caught himself a fiyinq horse, but he hasn't. The horse, a trained performer with the Spanish Riding School in Vienna, Austria, is merely being put through a galloping act. Note the fancilly carved and columned arena in which the horse is performing The school. which was founded by Hapshurg rulers, used the arena for its reopening after 10 years of exile in Western Vienna. PREPARING FOR CHRISTMAS—rms girl i putting tlie finishing touches on a wooden statuette of the Madonna and the Child in Va] Gardena. Italy. The area is noted for its skillful woodcarvers whose wares are in great demand, particularly during the Christmas season. r- TOTED TOTS—These British youngsters got all the thrills o! a carnival ride without even goiug on one. They just got into this fork lift truck while attending Public Day at the Royal Engineers- Camp at Longmoor, England. The brightly colored truck gave the kids an up-and-down, back-and-forth, zigzag ride they'll orobably long remember. VENUS— 13cau.tif.ul Veru.nip.ui! Zuber seems to nthSoglc.! story of Venus, goddess ot-eauly a,,,-! love, matcnal.zin:; from the ioa.r, of the sea But^ actua y Vcroniciue, dubbed "M.ss Paris." is demonstrating a new synthetic- liber wool in the 1'rench capital. TAKING FIVE-These young ballerinas aren't just trying to get a difEcrent slant on things They're taking a load off their tired toes. Ballet students at the Children's Aid Society's Jones Center in New York City, they are, from left, Debra Tamagm, 4; Candaca Culkin. 6. and Debra's sister, Diane, 6. RFTTER BE GOOD—Carmen Lonergan, 7, proudly points to her nime in Santa's Good Book But the little lass from Los Angeles, Calif kno\.i shcs got to be ,,ood light up to Christmas for the i whiskered Rent from the North Pole to visit her Christmas Eve. h c™ »« or | ,, n tCli I >.ri lomlluetol how PioudlvMv ing his hat is owner George McGuire. 63, whose Ham-hue farm is in Wisncr, Neb. OOMPAH FOR PAPA—Kvun though these tuba players are. oompnhinR In tribute to her father, Mrs. Helen Sousa Ebcrt has to cover her enrs against their blasts. Mrs. Ebert, daughter of .John Philip Sousa and his other surviving child, Jano Priscilla Sousa, were guests ot honor nt a New York concert devoted to the lato, •rent maroh klng'i oomposltloni. TPAPPFH RY OLD MAN WINTER—This KOOSC was caught napping on a small lake near Liberal K?n So UndLhcrlll /2d Coffey had to chop his wny through the iee with a four-hy-four t,^ free her The goose one of a Hock of tame geese owned by a motel operator, just dtdul rcali/e how jcoW U was as the laka team around her during Urn nWU.
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