LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA JULY 16, 1961 OUR COVER SHOP MONDAY NIGHT TILL 9! Hail the Queen! Stella Marquez, c h o s e n t h e most beautiful girl in the world in the Long Beach International B e a u t y Congress last year, returns t o reign a g a i n when the competition to choose a new queen begins T h u rs d a y . Miss Marquez rejected f i l m and TV offers last year to return to her home and become an "ambassador" for her n a t i v e Colombia. Tn this capacity she recently completed a tour through Europe, South America and the Far East. She speaks English, Italian and some French besides her native Spanish. She has poise and personality, and will make a gracious queen for the beauty event. She has dark brown eyes and hair, and, in case you might have forgotten statistics, she is 5 feet 7, weighs 126 pounds and measures 37'/2~ 24 V4-3 CONTENTS A Puppet's Challenge 4 That Their Beauty May Live On 6 Fun on Catalina--1900 7 Round the World College 8 Movies: Box Office Chemistry 9 Pony Heaven on a Hillside 10 She Leads 3 Lives 16 DEPARTMENTS Book Reviews 27 Travel and Resorts 28-29 Camera Angles 30 Pet Parade 31 Southland Gardens 32-33 Crossword Puzzle . . . 34 Meet Your Host 35 Southland Homes, 12-13 House of the Week 14-15 Home Workshop . . . . 18 What Your Name Means 20 Information Free . .. .25 Food 26 NEXT WEEK After -10 hard and often bitter years of struggle in Congress, Hawaii achieved statehood March 18, 1959. What effect has this had on the people and the economy of the Aloha State? What about taxes and politics? Has statehood had any effect on racial t h i n k i n g in this melting pot? Southland has the answers for you next week in a story titled, "The Poi State R u n n e t h Over." Fred Taylor Kraft, Magazine Editor So-jfhlaM MaBailn* is publishes MttMv at a sopplemeol lo (ht yvnd*v EdltJwi ol The ln1eM.-Kl=rit. Prcn-Telenrani, *M Pine Ave.. Lois Beich 12. Calif Rfore- swnted ojjionatly by Rldder-Johns, Inc.. New York. SÂ« FrÂ»ocisco. Cnlcaoo. Detroit Mrnntacoirs ano Los Angeles. SO AT HOME IN CALIFORNIA! Modern, functional -- definitely Danish! Designed by the famous Jens H. Quistgaard so that each piece can stand alone--or complement any other Dansk pieces--Koben Style, Staved Teak or Flamestone! Smart !o have, to use--especially smart to give! KOBEN STYLE 2 quart Casserole, 12.95 4 quart Casserole 14.95 6 quart Casserole 16.95 STAYED TEAK Large Salad Bowl with Servers, 49.95 Hors d'oeuvres Board, 17.95 21" Oval Tray, 13.95 24" Oval Tray,, 1 5.95 27" Oval Tray, 17.95 Yo-Yo Coasters, 6.95 Round Salad Bowl, 19.95 Trivet Tray, 3 glasses, 16.95 FLAMESTONE 2 quad Casserole, 17.95 4 quart Casserole. 20.95 S. A. S. Arts and Crafts Scandinavian Collection on display From Sweden . . . Covered dish, knife, fork and spoon, wooden peacock. Rorstrand demitasse cup, Kosfa glass vase. From Norway . . . Viking knife and fork, wooden wedding platter, wedding spoons, From Denmark . . . Bing and G r o n e ! a hi figurines, Georg Jensen silver, amber beads, rope lion, w o o d e n monkey. Christmas spoons. From Finland . . . Kalavala jewelry, F i n n i s h glassware. mittens. Giftwares, Lower Level Mr. Mike Oshim, Dansk Representative, will be in our Giffwares Department from 2 to 4 Tuesday thru Thursday. Danish Pastries will be served at tMs time. I N T E R N AT I N A B A Z A A R Store Hours: Monday. Friday, 9:30 to 9. Other days. 9:30 to 5:30.
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