Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on August 23, 1960 · Page 11
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 11

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AROUND TH£ WORLD 11EAL TIRED — Tires seem to be everywhere in Home's famous "Flea Market," which covers a, two-mile-long section. A customer can purchase almost anything here, and auto parts make up a large part of the market's stock. GROWING THINGS—Just sprouts themselves, these youngsters carefully tend their school garden near Rivera, Uruguay. Hoeing and weeding occupy most of the children, but holding the water can is the most honored job for water is very scarce in this area. it AT iriAiV—Aaiiie- your size, style, preference or color and this hat salesman can deliver it "muy pronto" in Acapulco. Mexico. Visitors to the famed resort need straw shads hats as protection against the tropical sun, and this is just the man with whom to do business. STEPPING IT OFF—Clad in traditional Swedish costumes, blond boy met blonde girl for some fancy stepping at the annual Swedish Day celebration in Minneapolis, Minn, Tommy Johnson, 4, and Diane Pearson, 4, were among the 50,000 Swedes and their guests who were on hand for the happy festivities in Minnehaha Park. COLLISION—That photographer was so intent on getting a picture during a circus rehearsal in Ascot, England, that he didn't see this heading his way. Girl had timed her swing to meet the horse in background, but she met the man instead, SOUR APES—With eyes, ears and at least one mouth open, these are definitely not the "See no evil, hear no evil, .speak no evil" monkeys. They're chimps Bee Bee, Lulu and Sam, and they -live at the London. England, Zoo. The photographer is getting no smile from his subjects. THE CHARM OF IRELAND—These Connemara ponies in Ireland's County Galway are a sturdy breed peculiar to the region. They're grazing along Derryclare Lough. Derryclare itself, in background, is part of a group of mountains known as The Twelve Bens, and botanists find rich harvests there. MISS "HIGH TIME" — Delightful Dolores Marts is making a time check with the flashing, electric lime- piece atop the 14-story Hotel Sahara Tower in Las Vegas, Nev. A rarity in the desert resort city, the new apparatus provides the only visible time reminder night and day from the tallest building in Nevada. BUSINESS AS USUAL—Eagle Scout John Thompson, of Alexandria, La., believed in keeping up appearances while attending the Fifth Annual Boy Scout Jamboree in Colorado Springs, Colo. John Downs, also of Alexandria, doesn't shave yet, but he's holding a mirror. JUST FOR HER—Singing star Jane Pickens is holding the miniature veiled umbrella-hat created for her by Mr. John. Modeled at a fashion show in Now York's Pla/a Hotel, it can bo folded and carried in Jane's purse nir^nmrMBwii ww.uw^aMwqgiwii x •••••••••••••••••••••••••EPMg' ••••• IIHHEII lllllfHmiBiWnirTnTmMIB»-T»»Mim»OTlill»»ai LIFE SAVER—Doing a fancy job of miniature harpooning, zoo superintendent Raymond Gray is popping a hypodermic needle into a female elephant seal in Memphis, Tenn. The poor girl hadn't been able to adjust to zoo life since her capture in the Pacific last April. She recently gave birth to a premature baby and has been steadily wasting away. NEW LOW—The old and the new run parallel near Rome's Borghcse Gardens, where a modern sunken road borders the city's ancient Aurclian Walls, dating from the Third Century. The new underpass is part of an. extensive system of highway modernization. NEWCOMER—That small Indian elephant is two years old and she had arrived at the Skanst-a Xoo in Stockholm, Sweden. To keep visitors from fcL'dijj.s; her,a warning was painted on her forehead. Too many tidbits make a little girl ill. NET RESULT-- Spread out to dry at Lueb^ck-Travemuende, West Germany, these odd nets are the kind that local fishermen' have used for decades to trap eels in the Baltic Sea. They're carried on boats that must carefully a\oid getting into East German water*.

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