October 1976

Regular Features
13Publisher's Letter
16Comment: An Open Line For Psl Readers
25Sandscript: Don't Make Too Much To-do About Don'ts
26Psl Informant: Facts For Observation, Speculation
28Around Town: Palm Springs Swings Into Another Social Season
44Dolly's People: Popular Partying In San Diego
66Fashion: Autumn In Los Angeles
70Lifestyle: Warm Wonderful Autumn
72Astrological Forecast: Witches And Goblins Are On Their Way
73Palm Springs Life's Guide: Where To Go, What To Do
113Gallery Scene: Variety Of Exhibits In Local Art Centers
114Books & Authors: Jerry And Jody Hulse Finding Oneself
118My L.a.: A Rousing Fall With A Wide Variety Of Divertissements
123The Gourmet Gossip: Continental Charm And Fine Food From Rolf Rentrop
124Shoppers Bazaar: For Gifts And Personal Pleasure
126Estates & Properties
Special Interest
48Everything's Coming Up Oranges: Edwards Mansion Is A Victorian Delight
55Fly-me To A Dune: Commuter Airlines In Palm Springs
58Where There's A Will, There's A Way: Howard Hughes And J. Paul Getty
61A Love Story: The Colgate Inaugural Is Richest Women's Tennis Tournament
120United We Stand: Fund-raising Campaign Begins For United Way Of The Desert

ABOUT THE COVER: Many say U.S. Open and Wimbledon champion Chris Evert is women's tennis. Spectators will have a chance to find out at the new $200,000 Colgate Inaugural, richest tournament in the history of women's tennis, October 17-24, at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage. The event kicks off the Colgate International Series. Photo by John Russell.


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