People, Feb. 10, 1975

President Ford has not yet caught himself saying to his Vice President, "Short on the back and sides, please, and easy on the bear's grease." And White House Barber Milton Pitts has not yet greeted his customer with "Hiya, fella!" Both could happen though. Pitts is a dead ringer for Nelson Rockefeller, who recently paid a visit to Pitts' shop to exchange pleasantries. "He looks exactly like me but he's better looking," agreed Rocky. Milton concentrated on planning a different crown for his potential new customer. "He needs to have completely different shaping...

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