June 1976

Regular Features
8Publisher's Letter
10Comment: An Open Line For Psl Readers
13Sandscript: Benny The Burglar Makes The First Honor Roll
16Psl Informant: Facts For Observation, Speculation
18Around Town: Opera Unity, Pathfinder Ranch, Party People And Much More
32Dolly's People: The Inaugural San Diego To Manzanillo Yacht Race
40Fashion: Naturally Newport
44Lifestyle: Sweet Summertime
49Palm Springs Life's Guide: Where To Go, What To Do
86Gallery Scene: Variety Of Exhibits In Local Art Centers
87My L.a.: Broadway Musicals, Art Festivals, Jazz . . . And Maybe A Stroll In The Park
91Books & Authors: An Interview With Joe Mcginness, Plus Variety Of Reviews
98Astrological Forecast: The Jewels Of June
99Stocks: Just The Facts, Ma'm
101Real Estate Bazaar: For Land's Sake
102Shoppers Bazaar: For Gifts And Personal Pleasure
Special Interest
34Unique Golf Irons: Bill Maurer's Innovative Design Debuts This Month
45Orange County: Rainbow's End: Something For Everyone In Search Of The Good Life
46Orange County: Promontory Point: The Ultimate Setting For The Ultimate Apartment
81Orange County: Tennis: It's The Name Of The Game For Pros, Amateurs And Court-watchers Alike
84Orange County: Hoag Memorial Hospital: Paralleling The County's Burgeoning Growth
89The Gourmet Gossip: Rudy Stanish, Omelet King First In A New Food Series
95"mental Wealth": The Real Meaning Of Mental Health

ABOUT THE COVER: This month Unique, an innovative design in golf irons, debuts from its world headquarters in Palm Desert. William H. Maurer (right) is the man behind the new clubs, which country club developer John Dawson (pictured with Maurer) first brought to his attention. The story of how an idea, a dream, became the reality of Unique in one year, plus a technical inside look at the irons' construction and performance begin on page 34. Photography by Sid Noles.

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