Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 6, 1963 · Page 12
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 12

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ffi4liij|j|*'|i i>jj^||M| m ^ ^^--- gMg|: •' |fayy:»|^a-*||-:yy^^^ PICTURE NEWS NO MAN—Perhaps the pretty plaid bowler was placed on Annie Gorassini's head to give her a mannish look. If that was the reason, however, it failed. The pretty actress was in Rome, Italy, doing a movie. 3VOT SO PRACTICAL—Getting a shave is a tradition that all bridegrooms go through before the wedding ceremony, but an ax isn't part of the tradition. It was the outcome of a practical joke played on barber Osman Turan, left, who had his razor taken. Mahmut Ergcnc, the groom, right, had to hold very still, and his .friends in the small town of Uzonkopru, -Turkey, piled money on .him, also part of the tradition. CONSTRUCT1VK—Modern lines of cables and giant steel arches blend to form a bridge in West Germany. TWO YOUNGSTERS—Rona Von Arts from Bonn, West Germany, whose father is employed at the German embassy in London, makes friends with a calf at Crystal Palace zoo. 1 ——•••^^^^^^••^^•••••^^•••••••^HHi^BI^B^HBMHBH STICKY SUBJECT—When a spider catches two flies in his web, he goes after one of them, but which one? Even if it's only part of a ballet, the spider, Sandar Toth, center of steel web,- has to decide. The scene was a "catchy" one from the ballet "Cobweb" presented in London, England. SEAL'S APPROVAL—What would get a bull elephant seal's seal of approval? Perhaps, a good washing, at least it would appear so at the Frankfurt Zoo in Germany. GREAT DANK IN THE MORMMJ!—Major, a Great Dane, was one of the customers to sit under a dryer in a Bartford, England, salon. It was for a television appearance. .4.>.**l'*v'. ,tm. <;<fV J*LA.\T LIFE —Two Czech workmen arc almost lost in the maze of equipment of a plant near iiraU:iLa\a. SPLASH SQTAKES— S ]> a n k i n g white cotton, .•-plashed \\itii navy squares and woven in Switzerland, is tailored into a shallow- curved set-in n c c k 1 i n c d dress. JMSTOKTKI) VJKW—Photographing New York City can and often dues capture sumo interest ing ell'ucts and dis- lured viewing angles as pictured Woolworth Building shows. SKLK( T10\— Streamline styling presents a sandy elegance for summer beachcombing in this ankle-length beach dress. It's of stretch terry cloth. THINGS TO fOMK-Prctcndii.K you're a M-u-iTfcot has- ketball player is hard when you're little, but these I una Ohio, youths achieve the effect by lowering the basket '

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