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196504 Desert Magazine 1965 April

196504 Desert Magazine 1965 April

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APRIL1965
THE MAGAZINE
OF THE
WEST
NEW
CLUEPEGLEG'SGOLD
READER
BONUS:
DESERTMYSTERY
by
ERLESTANLEYGARDNER
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APRIL
PHOTO
CONTESTWINNERS
WINTER IN FISH SLOUGHAdele ReedBishop, CaliforniaAuthor Adele Reed while searchingfor bottles in Inyo County, Califor-nia, caught this unusual scene show-ing yet another aspect of the desert.DATA: Rolliemagic No. 2, Agfapan.
First Prize
PHOTO CONTEST RULES
1—Prints for monthly contests must beblack and white. 5x7 or larger, printed onglossy paper.2—Each photograph submitted shouldbe fully labeled as to subject, time andplace. Also technical data: camera, shut-ter speed, hour of day, etc.3—PRINTS WILL BE RETURNED ONLYWHEN RETURN POSTAGE IS ENCLOSED.4—All entries must be in the DesertMagazine office by the 20th of the contestmonth.5—Contests are open to both amateurand professional photographers.6—FIRST PRIZE will be $15; SECONDPRIZE, 8. For non-winning pictures accep-ted for publication S3 each will be paid.Although not part of the contest. Desertis also interest in viewing 4x5 color trans-parencies for possible front cover use. Wepay $25 per transparency.
CHRISTIAN SYMBOL Mel LewisSalt Lake City, UtahNo one knows who or why this cross was placedin the hills north of the Escalante River inSouthern Utah. DATA: Rollieflex, Kodak SuperXX, light green filter, 1/100 at £22.
Second Prize
 
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CONTENTS
Volume 28Number 4
April, 1965
This Month's Cover
Boy with PoppiesBy DON VALENTINE
4 Books for Desert Readers5 Dichos
By RICARDO CASTILLO
6 Ruins of Providence
By BARBARA PETERSON
8 Sovereign of the California Skies
By BOB and JAN YOUNG
10 Desert Secret for Healthy Heart
By I. AIZIC SECHTER
11 Gold Nuggets Made to Order
By SAM HICKS
13 Gypsum Cave of Las Vegas
By RAY WARNER
14 What Is Schnapps?
By ADELE REED
15 New Clue to Pegleg Gold
By JOHN SOUTHWORTH
18 PaiPaiLand
By BETTY and BILL MACKINTOSH
20 The Impossible Mountain
By PETER ODENS
22 Hovering Over Nummel's Gold
By CHORAL PEPPER
25 Photo
Gardner's Camp in Clip WashBy JACK PEPPER
28 Come Join the Dig
By JULIA CRAW
30 Indian Frontier Village
By MARGARET ROMER
32 Desert Justice (Part 1)
By ERLE STANLEY GARDNER
39 La Paz Ferry
By CLIFF CROSS
41 Ghost Town
By LAMBERT FLORIN
42 DESERT Cookery
By LUCILLE I. CARLESON
43 Desert Dispensary
By SAM HICKS
46 Letters from our ReadersLATE MARCH.
Palomar Gem and Mineral Annual Show, Escondido,
Calif.,
March 27-28. Baldwin Park Mineral ai.d Lapidary Club's 5thAnnual Show, March 27-28, Baldwin Park,
Calif.
Swiss Schwingfest,March 28, Holtville,
Calif.
Southwest Indian Pow Wow, March 27-28,Winterhaven,
Calif.
APRIL.
Salton Sea Corvina Derby, April through August, Salton Sea,
Calif.
Ute Indian Tribal Bear Dance, Early April, check with Roosevelt,Utah Chamber of Commerce for exact four-day dates. Santa Monica,
Calif.
Gemological Society Annual Show, April 3-4, Santa MonicaBoys Club Bldg. Scottsdale, Ariz. Arts and Crafts Festival, April 12-16.Southern California Jumping Frog Contest, April 17-18, Del Mar Fair-grounds. 33rd Annual Spring Wildflower Festival, April 24-25, HiVista-Lancaster,
Calif.
Annual Riverside Community Flower Show,April 24-25, Riverside,
Calif.
Armory.
JACK PEPPER,
Publisher
CHORAL PEPPER,
Editor
Elta Shively Al Merryman Rose Holly Marvel Barrett
Executive Secretary Staff Artist Circulation Manager Business Manager
Desert Magazine, Palm Desert.
Calif.
92260 Telephone 346-8144
National Advertising Representative
GEORGE R. JOSEPH CO.3959 W. Sixth Street, Los Angeles,
Calif.
90005 Telephone 387-7181
DESERT is published monthly by Desert Magazine, Palm Desert, Calif. Second Class Postage paid atPalm Desert, Calif., and at additional mailing offices under Act of March 3, 1879. Title registered
No.
358865 in U.S. Patent Office, and contents copyrighted 1965 by Desert Magazine. Unsolicitedmanuscripts and photographs cannot be returned or acknowledged unless full return postage is enclosed.Permission to reproduce contents must be secured from the editor in writing. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE:$4.50 per year (12 issues) in the U.S.; $5.00 elsewhere. Allow five weeks for change of address, andbe sure to send the old as well as new address.
DariL
SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE
• ENTERNAMF
ADDRESS
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SUBSCRIPTION
RENEW
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PRESENTCODE
SUBSCRIPTIONSign Gift Card: "FromD SEND GIFT
SUBSCRIPTION TO:NAME_ADDRESS.NAMEADDRESS-NAME.ADDRESS.
12 Issues $4.50 24 Issues $8.50 36 Issues $12.50
(lYr.
Subscription) (Or 2 Subscriptions) (Or 3 Subscriptions)PAYMENT ENCLOSED THUS GIVING ME TWO EXTRA ISSUES FREE. BILL ME LATER.Also send DESERT'S 12-lssue Vinyl Binder for $3.50 Date Binder with Year• Undated(Foreign subscribers add 75 cents a year to any amount.)
April, 1965 / Desert Mcraazine /

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