Independent from Long Beach, California on January 31, 1960 · Page 63
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Long Beach · Santa Ana LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA JANUARY 31, 1960 P e a r l s h a v e been prized jewels far back into the history of man, their lustrous b e a u t y giving them great price. Man's principal tribute to beautiful women has often been paid in pearls. Japan today is principal producer of the g e rn s and the price has been lowered t h r o u g h Japanese industry which cultures pearls by inserting irritants into the mantles of pearl oysters. Pearl jewelry takes many forms but probably the most popular over the years has been the necklace. Experts say that the inexperienced observer cannot tell the natural from the cultured pearls, and biologically they are the same. Natural pearls usually lack the perfect shape of cultured jewels because the irritant is usually irregular in form. The man-induced pearl results from a perfeclly round, smooth seed made from Mississippi clam shell. More about pearls on Page 9. How a Spider Weaves Its Web 4 After the Olympics--a $20 Million'Playground 7 There's a Boom in the Tongues 8 The Pearl I larvcst 9 Automat for Dogs 21 He's a Toxophilite, and Likes It 22 Progress Looks Back on History 24 Book Reviews . . . . 2G-27 Travel and Resorts 28-29 Pet Parade 30 Camera Angles 31 Southland Gardens 32-33 Home Workshop . . . . 34 Crossword Puzzle . . . 34 Meet Your Host 35 DEPAKTMKNTS What Your Name Means G Information Free 10 Southland Homes 12-13 House of Week ..14-15 Food IS Antiques 23 NEXT- Once the scene of gay fiestas and extensive ranching operations, La Casa de Rancho Los Cerrilos at 4000 Virginia Rd. has become a municipal-sponsored museum that reflects its Spanish beginnings. Southland tells you about the place next week in a story titled "An Old Rancho Recalls a Proud Past." Fred Taylor Kraft, Magazine Editor Southland Mnonilne I! published weekly »s a supplement to ttif Sunday Edition ol The Independent, Pre.s lc:eorarn, 60J Pine Avr . Lono Bench 13. Calif Renre senled nationally Ijv R.dcicr Jolmj. Inc.. New York, San Fldt.u*co, Chicjoo, Detroit. Minneapolis and Los Anuclcs bids, farewell to a fine design "Remembrance" retirement sale Saying "good-bye" to this excellent and well-loved Rogers Bros, silverplate pattern means big savings to you . . . now! 60-pc. Service for 8, reg. open stock ... $1 17 f+ff\ Now only *P®U no Fed. la* Sale continues thru February 27th . . . don't miss ihis once in a lifetime opportunity for a "spectacular tableware value! For you who already own "Remembrance" . . . open stock on this famous pattern is now a v a i l a b l e at 40% OFF! Now is the time to complete your set . . . or add extra pieces. Teaspoon, reg. $ 1 6Oc Fork, reg. $2 _ T .20 Knife, reg. 3.25 1.95 Sa'ad Fork, reg. $2 1.20 Oval Soup Spoon, reg. $2 . 1.20 Butter Spreader, reg. $2 .... 1.20 Coffee Spoon, reg. $ 1 60c Cocktail Fork, reg. $2 1.20 Iced Drink Spoon, reg. $2 . 1.20 Cold Meat Fork, reg. 4.50 2.7O Gravy Ladle, reg. -1.50 2.7O Pickle or Lemon Fork, reg. $3.. 1.8O Pierced Tablespoon, reg. $3 1.8O Round Server, reg. 4.50 2.7O Sugar Tong, reg. 3.25 T .95 Tablespoon, reg. $3 _ 1.80 Baby Feeding Spoon, rcig. 1.75 $1 2-pc. Baby Set, reg. 2.50 . 1.50 3-pc. Child's Set, rog. 5.75 3.SO Buffums' Silverware, Street Floo have you heard about Bernat and the no frame decorator rugs? It's a wonderful idea in rug making . . . and Bernat stylist Mrs. Rosemary Gibson wi be at our Long Beach store this Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday . . . to show you how easily it's done. Come in and meet her . . . see how much fun you can have making your own deep pile "family he looms" with the speedy latchet hook! Bernat rug patterns T'.25 to $10 Latchet hook. 75$ Automatic yarn cutter. 1.25 Bernaf rug yarn . 39{! oz. Buffurrr,' Art Needlework, Fourih Floor Buffums' SJoro Hsurs: 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fridays: 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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