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196706 Desert Magazine 1967 June

196706 Desert Magazine 1967 June

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Just published
— a
true story
of
adventure,illustrated with over
300
photographs
and
five pages
in
color
OFF
THE
BEATENTRACKIN BAJA
by
ERLE STANLEYGARDNER
riFFTHB
EATON
iFFT
BEATON
When Choral Pepper, Editor of
DESERT MAGAZINE,
joined the latest Erie Stanley Gardner expeditioninto Baja California, she little realized she would be flying in helicopters over literally unexploredcountry. Nor did she realize that readers would demand far more material on the expedition than shecould possibly crowd into five instalments in the magazine. Here is a book that is a detailed accountof these modern-day adventures—the story of the first helicopter ever to be seen in Santa Rosalia, inMulege, in San Ignacio ... the story of exploring hidden canyons where no human has set foot to groundin modern times.
$8.95
Other books of adventure by Erie Stanley Gardner:
HUNTING LOST MINES
BY
HELICOPTER $7.50THE WORLD
OF
WATER $5.00 HOVERING OVER BAJATHE DESERT
IS
YOURS $7.50 HUNTING
THE
DESERT WHALETHE HIDDEN HEART
OF
BAJA $7.50 NEIGHBORHOOD FRONTIERS
Order fromDESERT MAGAZINE Book ShopPalm Desert, California 92260
$6.00$6.00$6.00
 
CONTENTS
Volume 30Number 6
JUNE,1967
JACK PEPPER
Publisher
CHORAL PEPPER
Editor
ELTA SHIVELY
Executive Secretary
MARVEL BARRETT
Business
AL MERRYMAN
Staff Artist
JACK DELANEY
Staff Writer
EDITORIAL OFFICES: 74-109 Larrea, Palm Desert,California 92260. Area Code 714 346-8144.Unsolicited manuscripts and photographs notaccompanied by self addressed, stamped and zipcoded envelopes will NOT be returned.ADVERTISING OFFICES: 74-109 Larrea, PalmDesert, California 92260. Area Code 714 346-
8144.
Listed in Standard Rate & Data.CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT: 74-109 Larrea, PalmDesert, California 92260. Area Code 714 346-
8144.
DESERT MAGAZINE is published monthly;1 year, $5.00; 2 years, $9.50; 3 years, $13.00.Foreign subscribers add 75 cents for postage.See Subscription Order Form in back of this issue.DESERT is published monthly by Desert Magazine,Palm Desert, Calif. Second Class Postage paid atPalm Desert, Calif., and at additional mailingoffices under Act of March 3, 1879. Title regis-tered NO. 358865 in U. S. Patent Office, andcontents copyrighted 1967 by Desert Magazine.Unsolicited manuscripts and photographs cannotbe returned or acknowledged unless full returnpostage is enclosed. Permission to reproduce con-tents must be secured from the editor in writing.SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: $5.00 per year in U.S.,Canada and Mexico. $5.75 elsewhere. Allow fiveweeks for change of address. Be sure to sendboth old and new address.
4 Books for DESERT Readers5 Mystery of Santa Maria
By MORLIN CHILDERS
8 Something New in Bison
By HEATHER SMITH THOMAS
10 Treasure in Guns
By AL PEARCE
13 Is it, or Isn't it a UFO?
By STANLEY B. DEMES
16 California's Diamond Mine
By BEN TRAYWICK
18 Baja by Blimp
By CHORAL PEPPER
22 When It's Hot, Go Where It's Not
By JACK DELANEY
25 Vagrant Holiday
By MEL LEWIS
28 Lost Apache Gold
By JOHN MITCHELL
30 Oregon's Moon Country
By CORENE HEMPHILL
32 Footprints in the Lava
By WINIFRED BELL FLETCHER
34 The Search for Lopez
By LAWRENCE P. JAMES
37 Mowry, Arizona
By LAMBER FLORIN
38 Back Country Travel
By JACK PEPPER
38 4WD Chatter
By BILL BRYAN
42 DESERT Cookery
By LUCILLE I. CARLESON
43 Letters from our Readers
THE COVER
With Old Man Winter refusing to leave the desert areas weare beginning to wonder if there will be any wildflowers thisyear. Just to remind you what they look like, however, thecover is Wild Heliotrope and Poppies by Chuck Abbott, Tucson,Arizona. Chuck took the photograph near Clifton, Arizonalast spring.
June, 1967 / Desert Magazine / 3

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