Independent from Long Beach, California on January 31, 1960 · Page 87
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 87

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STUART SYMINGTON Author of some 20 works of fiction and nonfiction, Paul I. Wellman turns to a book-length profile of a Missouri Senator with "STUART SYMINGTON: Man With a M i s s i o n " (Doubleday, $4). Symington is a potential candidate for the I960 presidential election. breakfast to TV snacks. There are 350 recipes, all triple-tested by, and bearing the seal of? the Better Homes and Gardens Test Kitchen. One chapter is devoted exclusively to "February Days": Valentine's Day, Washington's Birthday and Lincoln's Birthday. Of the 165 illustrations, 125 are in full color. "WATCHING O U T F O R DULIE," by David Westheimer (Dodd, Mead, $3): Westheimer, TV-radio editor of a Houston newspaper, has written a merry book -- a laugh a page -- about a TV junket to jolly old England to watch the filming of "Ivanhoe." Sam Spaulding, TV editor of the Houston Standard, is bidden at all costs to watch out for Dulie Hudson, bird-voiced, birdr.brained gal reporter on a competing paper. Dulie is on her first junket, she doesn't know the ropes, her mother was an old flame of Sam's boss who will fire him if anything untoward happens to Dulie. The TV editors, male and female, fly across the Atlantic, stay in London, hole in at a picturesque but extremely cold castle. Sam has to juggle wolves bent on devouring Dulie, and sirens bent on annexing him. "HORIZON: A Magazine of the Arts" (Horizon, 551 5th Ave., N. Y. 17, $3.95): Among the 17 articles in the January n u m b e r of this beautiful magazine between hard covers is "The Dream of the South Seas" in which James Ramsey Ulknan, novelist and traveler, recounts the lore of the islands for such men as Melville, Stevenson, London, Brooke and Gauguin. Accompanying the article is an eight-page portfolio in color of Gauguin's paintings. Another interest compelling article is "The Natural History of the Mermaid" in which Richard Carrington demonstrates that the mermaid, heroine of song and legend, has a unique place in the imaginations of men. "TROPICAL PARADISE" by Robert Sylvester .(Random House, $3.95): A wrly amusing novel -of a poor little rich girl, dreaming big dreams, who trips over the color line and takes a jarring header into the hard facts of life. The setting is a private resort in the British West Indies --organized as a tax dodge for Debbie Schofield by her financial advisers. Debbie's huge fortune makes her a natural mark for the anti- white politicians, but she resolves to prove her mettle by running the resort her way. Her desire to do the right thing for the people of her little island is complicated by the romantic urge she feels toward Showboat Eforde, a lusty mulatto who is the islanders' idol. It's all very entertaining. "THE ENGLISH CHANNEL" by James A. Williamson (World, $6): Dr. Williamson, authority on English maritime history and schol- arly author of books on British expansion, Elizabethan seamen and the development of shipping, has written an engrossing history of the English Channel. In lucid prose, he describes its part in the development of English life and history and the Western world. Dedmon Builders--- LONG BEACH PRICES «-UNIT. 2-BEDROOM. «,- ao 2-STORY _ INSIDE STAIRWAY ................................ I 7,77U 4-UNIT. 1 -BEDROOM, si A Jinn 2-STORY ..................... .. ............................ _._ .............. 14,400 DUPLEX -- Ztlfkf 1 -BEDROOM ............... ,, ............................ __________ O/TD "?·!«»" PHONE MEtcalf 0-6277 l5308V 2 Paramount Blvd., Paramount HAMMOND ORGAN Long Beach HEADQUARTERS ALL MODELS Exclusively Organs SALES SERVICE INSTRUCTION 2188 Lakewood Blvd. GEneva 9-0918 ;l J««Hof»h-of Truffle-Circle" ' -..·-··»--. No Money Down No Monthly Payments 'til May 1 Up to 3 Years to Pay on Scars Modernization Credit Plan Aluminum Door Canopies Custom Aluminum Awnings for Patios, Porches, Windows, Doors 20% Sears New Low Price 5.99 Off Sears Regular Prices Regular 139.50 10'6"xlO' wide 119.50 209.50 10*6"x 15' I rtfl.,70 279.50 10'6"x20' 240..7O 239.50 12x15' 210..7O 319.50 12x20' 2U».r,0 One-piece corrugated top, attractive scroll sulcs, front gutter, for protection from wind, rain, summer heat. 42" size. 48" aluminum canopies 7.99 Heavy gauge aluminum constructed into beautiful and protective awnings take the bite out of blaxing sun and rough rain. Enjoy your patio despite rain or shine. .Attractive awnings add value to your home. Park Free "Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back" SEARS Downtown Long Beach J v«l. at Fifth HEmlock 5-0121

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