Independent from Long Beach, California on January 31, 1960 · Page 89
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 89

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, January 31, 1960
Page 89
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SOUTHLAND TRAVELER Rodeo f ime in Palm Springs By Fred Taylor Kraft Independent, Press-Ttleoram Travel Editor J»ALM SPRINGS becomes the ridin 1 and ropin* capital of the Southland next ·weekend when, Saturday and Sunday, this desert resort's m o u n t e d police hold their 20th annual rodeo. And there'll be much more to it than fast-riding cowboys dunking steers in the dust. For instance, silver-haired Jayne Mansfield, the gal with oh-so-plentiful curves who Jassoed 'em on B r o a d w a y ·with'her r o l e ' i n "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" will serve as rodeo queen and spectators will get innumerable chances to see her. That's'just a sample of what spectators are in for: Dennis Weaver, Marshal D i 11 o n's sidekick in tecvee's "Gun- smoke," will be grand marshal. KMPC d i s c j o c k e y Set aore7'..eii]tif mare... EUROPE "685 VIA CUNATtn. V.S., IHH.I.AM) HOME, riiKMCH, AMKIIHJAN KX- 1'ORT LINES Oil BY AIM. ,NOW TOU ran »«·« »)] nf Turoiv u k lr Kiffraton »llh SO )*a?, ·! tiinrirtir*. · ill ifiln olih k tci-llui. tT.|ful (^*au ·oi»f» »l*,fj , !uto:'fit M I j tlC. Toil Will U (nlilnl |. 7 k lilvhb . . Iliroiiilxnit tin lilii. Tin 4.111 r*it | n . I'lilrh. Itlrt. |.r.ftl(-*!lT ill lnn,l». »lrM!.rr- liir.. flni m»nr rirlllne lunim. Yoiril r«lr.n I'lnv. tt,TMlir i.nrtl". nlic club rnltYtltl.lvnl. Hr. Ml,. liinlriHlf rT I'On TIIF. lirST TK!P YOUR MONKISH iiuv *IIITB )» CALL KIII TRAVEL CE]\TE« 3rd FLOOR PHONE: ME Johnny Grant has been appointed "high sheriff to maintain law and order. Approved by the Rodeo Cowboys Association as a world championship rodeo, program includes saddle and bareback bronc riding, bull riding, calf roping and steer wrestling. "Extras" on the program will include exhibits of daring horsemanship b y M o n t e Montana, Edith Happy and Pat North, who really know how to fork a cayuse. And, look ma! The Onodarka Drill Team will stage an event of precision riding w i t h o u t saddles or bridles! Things actually get going Friday evening at the Rodeo Ball in the new Palm Springs Riviera Hotel where honor guests will be Miss Mansfield, Weaver, Grant and Walter O'Malley, the latter president of the world champion Los Angeles Dodgers. Montana will headline the entertainment, after which there will be a western fashion show. O'Malley. incidentally, will receive a "Sportsman of the Year" award, a feature introduced for the first time by the Palm Springs Mounted Police, during the rodeo program. You can get ducats ($1.50 for adults, .75c for children) at the polo grounds where the rodbo takes place. IF YOU LIKE authentic Indian dances, write yourself a memo that traditional ceremonies will take place at the St. John's A n n u a l Bazaar on March 6. St. John's, located just west of Phoenix, is a boarding school for students from various tribes. At bazaar time, in addition to dancing; they offer handicrafts for sale Coins on Display Visitors to West Berlin can see one of the world's biggest collections of priceless coins and medals in the Bode Museum over in East Berlin, the former Kaiser Friedrich Museum. High lights in the museum's treasures, according to the West Berlin Tourist Office, include a collection of ancient Etruscan coins some 3,000 years old, WONOEMUl . . . roil A WICK Springborg'i GLEN IVY HOT SPRINGS CORONA, CALIFORNIA O* tVffKEND IN IMOO-iaiC ARCA~ Deliohlful all vcar 'round. .Ride, swlrr. lilies lotel n . CorrtDlele hof sorlnos. faciiift collages or Jim si MILES mow LOKG BEACH ·ooms. delicious meals. IS MILES FKOM !*« DIEGO we meel Grevnound Slapes at Glen Iw Junction, fly Inl A lanrKSo I eld in our own "backyard." Write Sirecl- Phone gEdyood 7.0400 or l_ A. reoreifnlative! and present a general round of fun with an Indian flavor. GOING TO or coming from Phoenix, go by way of Blythe (Hwys 60-70) drop a few hooks for bass and catfish in the Colorado River, and maybe win a trophy to boot. If you get what you think is a good catch, register it with the Chamber of Commerce there. Trophies and awards are passed out each month for the best catches -- provided you're registered. GOLDEN WEST Railfans, a group that likes to see the sights in their own backyard by train, plan a Los Angeles- Long Beach excursion next Sunday. Starting o v e r t h e Santa Fe at 9 a.m. at L.A. Union station the tour will be by way of Vernon, Inglewood (you can also go aboard here), El Segundo Junction, Tor- ranee, Redondo and Long Beach with camera stops at Los Angeles Airport and Tor- ranee. Arrival time at Pier A, Long Beach Harbor, will be at 2:10 p.m., and at 2:30 p.m. the party will be permitted to inspect the Orient Pacific Line's SS Oronsay. Return arrival at Los Angeles will be 5:30 p.m. For ticket info, phone MAdison 8-0111.' GREYHOUND reports wide acceptance of its charter service to winter play areas, including Squaw Valley, scene of the Winter Olympics. Ski clubs and other groups are also riding the buses-to South land mountain areas. Charter service is offered to Angels Crest, Big Pines-Wrightwood, Mt Baldy, Lake Arrowhead- Big Bear, Inyo-Mono, and Badger Pass above Yosemite - Valley. Greyhound offices and travel agents can provide details. SS TARSUS, a f o r m e r Mediterranean cruise liner, is now being completely refitted and airconditioned for year- around cruises from L o n g Beach Harbor to Mazatlan and Acapulco. Fiesta Cruise Lines, Inc., will operate the Tarsus on lease from the government of Turkey, and the first cruise starts April 2. Round trip fares start at $290 per person. TODAY MARKS a milestone in things to come for Air France, when it inaugurates Boeing 707 Intercontinental jet flights between New York and Paris .(6% hours). The service extends from Los Angeles to Paris in early April. In May, the company links its services with Transports Aeriens Intercon- tinentaux to fly westward from Los Angeles to Honolulu, Tahiti and other points in the Pacific. LEARN TO FLY---BE SOMEONE! OTHER PEOPLE DO ... WHY NOT YOU? ArnoVID rot Yflf « NON.VITS Wf TfACH All COMSi; FROM FKIVAIE IO AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT INCLUDING HELICOPTERS HASKELL FLYING SERVICE · NORWAY · SWEDEN · DENMARK · FRANCE · GERMANY · ENGLAND 40 Day, by Ship -- 27 ly Ai, * Departures from New York .'.'_ EACH GROUP LIMITED TO 30 PERSONS GOSSAGE TRAVEL SERVICE -- GA 3-697J fM SOUTH ST.-- NO SERVICE CHANGE TAAfeEL ORDER EARLY . . . ideal vacations in stock! Certainly you can order a perfect vacation, tailored to tit your dreams, your tastes, and your budget. Ideas and ideas and ideas, all yours for the asking. So please come in and askl Resorts - Hotels - Cruises - Escorted Tours Tours Planned for YOU We have the latest information on them all. And we can confirm your reservations in a twinkling for resorts in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Hawaii, Bermuda, the CaMbbean. You have the fun, we handle the details. Let us be your personal travel agent. Ask Mr. FOSTKIt Travel Service Lower Level I / li I I U 1 I 11 Phone HE 5-5677 Pine at Broadway, Long Beach NOW! YOU CAN SEE AND KNOW THE WONDERS OF EUROPE ON AMAZING S777J From New York All expense, personally escorted, including dramatic I'assion Play at Obcrarnmergau. 107 Departures in 1960. 35-41 DAYS-cIepemlini! upon your snilinu-fnr HIP wonderful world of Europe. See London, Paris, Hume, Venice, Brussels, Amslor- dHm, Lucerne, Florence, Nice .. . 7lus the renowned I'nfision IMny nt OberammerKau (from Mny 19 to Sept. 25). 107 departures by famous ocean liners or by nir. Low $777 fare im-luiles steamship crossings, nir travel, private motor couch, first class rail, lintel and most meals! Tips on land incliiftnl. Baggage handled /rre/ Supervised by Cook'fi, Ibe world's oldest and largest travel organization with offices in nil principal cities of Europe, for your convenience. 'or loldii', and ImrnedJa't I960 rclcrvalfont. !·· ACME TRAVEL SERVICE 5004 Faculty Ave. (Lakcwood Center) Lakewood, Calif Phone ME 4-2700 70 DAYS, 11 COUNTRIES Including Spain, Scandinavia, Salzburg Festival, Oberammergau Passion Play, Rhino River, etc. Possible Extensions for Olympics and Russia · S.S. INDEPENDENCE from New York June 22 S.S. CONSTITUTION Returns to N. Y. Sepl. 1 (Air Flight Possible) PERSONALLY CONDUCTED BY DR. WENDELL L MILLER 11 SURREY LANE, ROLLING HILLS Has lectured many times in Long Beach Adult Schools, local Woman's Clubi, L.B. Service Clubs, Rotary, Lions. Optimists, Republican Woman's Club, Petroleum Club, Methodist, Congregational, Baptist, Catholic, Mormon Churches. EARLY RESERVATIONS FOR BETTER ACCOMMODATIONS Call TErmlnal 3-1361, or THE AMERICAN EXPRESS, MAdison 8-4301 A.'-' n111vrr.-t-o.TJTrViv.riYY/

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