TUESDAY, APRIL 19. 1355 BLYTHEVIM.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE NEWS OF THE WORLD TOLD IN PICTURES earth to glow with reality '•SlVWi LAUNCHED INTO HISTORY-The Tieorideroga, 48-year-old sidewheeler, sits high on land •wflilfrt.'n f°i Mrf ?h' ed a f° Un , d " bj bulldozers The tamt "« Lake Champlain passenger' Ship -mil be floated onto the railroad carriage at left, after the enclosure is Booded Then the reuc wiB start a 9000-foot journey to the Shelbume, Vt., museum to become a permanent exhibit MEETING PARKING PROBLEM—Modernistic self-parking qnrage is part of the parking solution for downtown San Francisco, Calif. Autos are parked in the garage, which has a 1200-car capacity, in stalls at a 45-dcgree angle. Owners claim cars can be in or out on the special ramps in j about two minutes. ' Plans to construct docks, transit sheds groin elevators rwo roilrwd yards 6.5 million SLEEP'S MORE IMPORTANT—The long speeches, the rending of the biUs and the heated debates didn't keep little Mike Wnllnch of Albany, N Y., from his needed sleep He dozed through the New York Stale Assembly while his father, Assemblyman Louis Wallacb left stood voted and debated the state's new laws. EERIE SIGHT—Something new in staircases is this 14-story one which looks very much like a huge human ear. It's part of a modern building in Berlin, Germany. Note two persons leaning over a railing in center of staircase. <•-* ,,- _ UPENDED—The sight of her first snow really threw Dianne" Brewster after a heavy downfall hit London, England. She is llrom Bulwayo, Southern Rhodesia. 20 degrees below the equator, where it's always warm. SHE'S FOR THE BIRDS—Mrs. Clyde Cnpell, ot Sallna, Kans., iiyi iht "always wanted" twins" «nd now shcs got them. But they're parakeets and both out of one egg. Mrs. Capell hu beta young on«. raising parakeets for about a dozen years, and her birds have hitched more than 100 ,»..„ but this is the first time one egg produced twins. She has about 130 parakeets the last time they were counted. "Parakeets arc like rabbits," she says. "You never know how m«ny you have until you cnunt them." Here 10-day-old birds arc shown, with parakeet egg. EXCLUSIVE NkA'PHOTOw WALK RIGHT IN—No wasted space and a front doo'r are th« main features of this new cabin scooter made in Stuttgart, Germany. Designed and produced by Prof. Ernst Hcinkel, World War II manufacturer of German war planes, the three-wheeled vehicle tff t'vo persons up front and holds luggage—and children—In the rear. Maximum speed is 60 mph. CITY OF CONTRASTS—While scores of squalid wooden shacks, like those In the foreground, »re still used to house manyf of Tokyo's 7,000,000 people, new, concrete apartment houiei (background) are rising rapidly all over the city. The wooden shacks were built In 1946 on the former drill field of the Japanese army. BULLETLESS CANNON-Latest development In the missile program Is a twin telescope and camera which looks llkf • howitzer It is mounted on a movable lurrcl which allows sighting and following the missile In in flight. It Is called RGTI, recording opti'.ii Marine instrument. Top tele cope can spot I golf l—'l eight miles away uodei relatively pooi light condition!. LIBER-ICE—Piano, candelabra, tmlle and all, here Is Liberacc In Ice. Featured at the Quebec, Canada, Winter Carnival, this Ice sculpture of the American pianist is the work of a Canadian railroad worker, an art stir'i »t in his spare time. This real cool job should be around until the ifirlns thtw. but "Llberace" U not expected to give out with Uie hot lick*.
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