October 1977

Regular Features
10Publisher's Letter
15Comment: An Open Line For Psl Readers
18Sandscript: What You Might Have Missed Last Summer
20Psl Informant: Facts For Observation, Speculation
22Around Town: Fun, Frolic, Footlights And Fame
44Dolly's People: Monte Carlo In Rancho Santa Fe, A Movie In La Jolla
74Fashion: The Evolving Woman
80Lifestyle: There's A New Girl In Town
81Palm Springs Life's Guide: Where To Go, What To Do
121Gallery Scene: Variety Of Exhibits In Art Centers
124Books & Authors: Interviews With Jean-pierre Aumont And Howard Fast
129The Gourmet Gossip: Lois Wilson Has A Way In The Kitchen
137Astrological Forecast: Watch Out For Hobgoblins
138San Francisco Scene: Dining, Shopping And Sightseeing
141Stocks: What A Chart Can Tell You
143Tax Talk: Taxation Of Homeowners Associations
145Estates & Properties
150Shoppers Bazaar: For Gifts And Personal Pleasure
Special Interest
49A Beauty And Her Beasts: Saving Mexican Hairless Dogs
53New Zealand: Everything Is Looking Up Down Under
58Institute For Advanced Musical Studies: New Concept In Education
63Ralph Bellamy: From Romance To Roosevelt
70Colgate Series Championships: Richest Women's Tennis Event
122Oh, You Beautiful Doll: Young Girls Vamp On A Ramp
133Lawn Bowling: Ancient Sport Thrives At Smoke Tree Ranch

ABOUT THE COVER: The Institute For Advanced Musical Studies is a bold and brassy educational concept exemplified by its director trumpet-playing professor Richard F. Zellner. The Institute has moved from Montreux, Switzerland, to the mountains of Idyllwild, California. (See story, page 58.) Photo by Gary Gruber.

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