Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 61
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 61

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 9, 1961
Page 61
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LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA JULY 9, 19G1 OUR COVER In the world of art, vision is a tool of the trade. But it is doubtful that even the most enthusiastic of the small handful of artists who hung a few paintings on a side street fence years ago could then envision the scope of Laguna Beach's Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters of today. As the years passed by, Laguna folk enlisted in an absorbing community endeavor that will climax again in 30 clays of happy adventure with the drawing of the first curtain July 15. Visitors will come from far and near to join with Laguna in celebration. Southland today pays tribute to art- by-the-sea with it's cover--and more about Laguna on Page 7. CONTENTS All-Amencan Phefiomenon in Art 7 Powder Puff Derby's Friendliest Rivals 8 Mexico's Edible Orchids 9 And So--She Went to Hollywood 10 They're Three Little Beakniks 17 Makeshift Theater 20 St. Swithin's Rainy Day 24 DEPARTMENTS ?HOP, MONDAY -9:36 a.ttiVto 9^00 ipi Book Reviews 28 Food 29 Camera Angles 30 Pet Parade 31 Southland Gardens 32-33 Crossword Puzzle . . . 3 4 Meet Your Host 35 What Your Name Means 4 Southland Homes, 12-13 House of the Week 14-15 Information Free . . . . I B Home Workshop 18 Travel and Resorts 26-27 NEXT^WEEK The Avalon of today is a far cry from the Catalina Island town at the turn of the century, hut this does not mean it was not a lively spot for visitors, even then. In fact, 60 years ago, Avalon already had blossomed as a resort (and very popular) with a variety of interesting diversions. Historian Maymie R. Krythe tells the interesting story next week in a Southland feature, "Fun on Catalina--1900 Style." Fred Taylor Kraft, Magazine Editor Souldrand Magazine Is oubirshed W«V(V n * »"»? 1 TM B U-'» hth l ! j $ Sm V IS"TM SnKST JStSSSFi ^33^^P^£fc£8£.6TM- TM JA3nrwaiKL(s and Los Anocles. A NEW DEAL ALL , , circular playing cards! Best thing that's happened to bridge since Culberfson --and just over ·from England! 3 inches in diameter^ they're so easy to handle even a beginner can shuffle and deal with the adroitness of a river boat gambler! Get them for the next bridge game! . . Pink Elephant or Clockwork pattern, $2 each boxed pack. Stationery, Street Floor long Beach Santa Ati« ; uffumS' 11 I CANDELABRA \ CANDLES BY ROYAL Sensational new candle Fashion ·for candlesticks and candelabra! Will never drip or change shape because they're vased in heatproof glass containers -- can be used later as candlestick vases'. Wmdproof--for use indoors or out! Designed to burn 40 hours or longer! Fitted with rubber adaptors to" fit any candlestick. Amethyst, Rose Quartz, Gold, $! Refills, 5Oc Frosted Glass, 1.5O Candle Holders, $1 to- 2.5O Stationery, Street Floor STORE HOURS: Monday, Friday, 9:30 to 9 Other Days, 9:30 to 5:30

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