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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • 82

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Pro's Wife and, Cons of Being a Downtown Oakland BEAUTY SALOM SECOND FLOOR 11 06 Washington It 1a ft 1 0" i i I 5 1 Gifts of clothes from her husband are among the fringe benefits of Rick's basketball trips. "He always comes home with a' couple of outfits," says the size seven wife of the Oaks' six-foot-, seven-inch star, and "They're' always something I'd pick out myself." Things she picks out for her-; self include culotte type host- ess clothes for entertaining at home, and a lot of casual cocktail party clothes for going out Pam wears her skirts "about two inches" above her knees, says she doesn't have many long formal gowns in her wardrobe at the moment because they haven't done this sort of entertaining nor attended many formal functions in the past THE LAST party the Barrys gave was a "big birthday party for Rick." It was a surprise uf et with "80 people crammed into the apartment," many of them basket ball players, who "take up so much room." Para is looking forward to "entertaining in the "room upstairs" at 1200 Lakeshore, the Sky Room penthouse available to all tenants. Just reserve it and you can have par- ties; so I think the team will," says Mrs. Bar-" v---; ON THE Subject of the size of basketball players, Pam says she can shop for Rick as easily as he can shop for her'. He wears a 42 extra long, and his wife says she doesn't even have to go to a tall man store to buy Rick's clothes.

Nor is Rick a problem ut the furniture department, according to his slim wife. "He just fits" on a king-size bed, says Pam, adding that "Now -we're- getting a round bed and "I'm not sure how that will be around the edges, but it's eight feet in the middle and we're both skinny." And Pam is 14 inches shorter than Rick. men St. Tu.i..W.dIlnr.,lat, MbM.iJ0.:0O li fl i At Ak i 4 Let our expert Rdir stylists create a feminine style for you with our special Lanolin Cold Wave. A style cut is Included 10 Budget Cold Wave Special! 7.50 mam 2-S DaWatt62JCrlbune July 16, 1967 CHARGE ITI Oakland SHOP AT HOME 835-2150 Draperies Slipcovers JfemoxffOflu ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Carpeting Re-upholstery Bedspreads Shutters yrSM ''I I sport for fear of breaking a leg) and has taken up golf.

"He's gone so much playing basketball I decided I wasn't going to be a golf-wldow too." THE BARRYS had just returned from two celebrity golf tournaments before he left for BRAND NAMES SUITS COATS. INCLUDING Suede Leather AT DISCOUNT STYLES COLORS MR. AND MRS. RICHARD FRANCIS BARRY' III arrive at their new Lakeshore Avenue apartment with Richard Francis IV 1 1 IWfcittii'iiWflihWltwr'tifi camp. The Reno tournament brought a handsome dividend' for Pam a sealskin with inserts of jaguar that -Rick bought from the fur fashion show given for the golfers', wives.

AOVIRTISIMf NT New Aid To Beauty Your complexion becomesdear, I soft and lovely when you use a I new lemon extract cleanser. Itl fneltspore-plugginffrime, moves all traces of stale make-up and smoothes away dryness that causes ageing lines. Ask your druggist for the new Jelvyn cleansing milk that has won world-wide acclaim by beauty! consultants. Margaret Merril. I and her mother taught swim- -mlng In Miami, where "it's a must'" to teach youngsters to swim because "everyone'', has a pool.

In addition to swimming, Pam rides horseback (with Rick), water skis and snow skis (Rick won't-chance this $400,000 DISPLAY GREAT SELECTION By ROBIN ORR Tribune Society Editor Mri. Richard Francis Barry EI is moving Jo Oakland by "Th a one thing about being a proathlete's wife," says Pamela Barry. "You find you have to do everything yourself." 'v But the wife of Oakland's 23-year-old super basketball star "says this with no trace of rancor in her voice. Pant and eleven-month-old Richard Francis Barry IV are making the move to Oakland from San Francisco on then own because Richard III left Monday for two weeks at the Oakland Oaks basketball camp, and the Barrys plan to be gone for the entire month of August They're going East to Ro-gelle Park, N.J., to visit RiA'rpa'raltlsrtte-lunli Richard Francis Barrys, who have yet to see their young grandson. BEFORE BE left for camp last week, Rick stopped in at their new apartment at 1200.

Lakeshore Avenue, then spent the remainder of the day with Paitt and their baby at the Lake district apartment of her father and his team manager and coach, Bruce Hale. It was at the Hale home in Miami Beach, that Rick and Pam first met Pam's father then was Rick's coach at Miami University, and Rick "used to come over to our house with the players. J'We were bitter enemies." Pam recalls. He was a freshman in college and she was a Junior in high school. They "started out being real sarcastic to each other," ended up being married at elaborate June, 1965, rites, that were lol- lowed by a sit-down dinner for 500 at the Miami Springs Villa.

BEFORE they married Pam ffn is bed high school, touched down at Miami University for one semester 'and toured the Northwestern United States and Panada as a synchronized swimmer. She started out swimming for Wonder swim, song and dance revue with a cast of 300, at the New York World's Fair, then went traveling with a show called Wonderful of Sports. "Wonderful World" was scheduled to go to Tel Aviv in 1964, but at the' last minute "the government would not let us go." RICK AND marriage a stop to Pam's swimminga-reer soon after that. She still swims, of course, and plans to do more of it "when she gets setUedJiuOakLandjeMuse "it's sunny" over here, and she will continue the swimming she started for her young son in the bathtub, of her San Francisco apart-' ment There is no pool at 1200 Lakeshore, but there's a pool at the-Hale apartment building nearby, and Pam thinks it's none too soon for her young son to learn how to navigate in deep water. She SOCIALITES JOYCE MR.

EASTON formerly to 18.00 NINA FLATS EDITH HENRY formerly to 15.00 OAKLAND 19th Broadway Open nights RED CROSS 0 nr 4.vrim, mam Wl CHARM IT- "h03m Custom draperies- If-NSSS iHa An en ONI Of THI IARBIST DISMAYS IN AT MUCH LESS THAN YOU'D EXPECT TO PAY SHOP LEISURELY EllElEfJBEnG DROS. DISCOUNT HOUSE 46th YEAR SUITS, COATS FURS EXCLUSIVELY Houra: til p.m., Including Saturday 140 Geary Street, near Grant, San Francisco, 5th Floor r-j -Jm products ktaM Mm country of origin of taporM fori with labor included FINAL REDUCTIONS ADORES formerly to 1 9.00 w' 'rn fllif" 6R0UPI group ii 'jJ 2.99H.: "BAREFOOT- lH I VIH-tHh SELECT FR0M 0VER 150 DECORATOR 1) I 'tllvMS III mi COLORS. CHOOSE FROM NUBBY BOUCLES, ORIGINALS. I 1 i SOFT TEXTURED WEAVES, OR LUXURIOUS 3 l.fil-f'llSlUU "ANTIQUE SATINS. THIS TERRIFIC LOW l- fa ill iH V.

1VMIWV 'r. SEMI-AIMNUAL 7 -V GUI SELBY 1. formerly to 20.00 FOOTSAVER to 30.00 Store Only EL CERRITO the Plaza 0pn nights (0)97 tp WOMEN'S FAMOUS BRAND! Thousands of pairs reduced for this Great Sale. Wonderful selection of styles and colors In all heel heights. Not all sizes in every style and color.

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