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FOR SUN, FUN AND RELAXATION BY THE SEASIDE

Outdoor swimming pool, all sports, deep sea fishing. Rooms, suites or apartments. Spacious lawns...delicious luncheons and dinners. Entertainment in the Driftwood Room.
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED
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Miramar Hotel
On the Palisades overlooking the blue Pacific 
SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA
THOS. E. HULL, President
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friendliness
FROM THE MOMENT 
YOU DIAL MI 4373

You'll discover extra friendliness when you fly PAL, the West's new major air line...in the cheerful greeting of the reservation clerk to the warm smile of the stewardess.  You'll appreciate, too, PAL's unique 30-second reservation service, providing confirmed round-trip reservations within a half minute after you dial. All flights in Douglas luxury airliners, conveniently scheduled. Limousine service. Fare, $15.15 plus tax. See your travel agent or PHONE MI 4373.

to San Francisco
Sacramento
fly PACIFIC AIR LINES
The Gilmore Line - Office: Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
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BUICK
'nuf said!
HOWARD AUTOMOBILE COMPANY OF LOS ANGELES
1367 So. Figueroa Street | 6660 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood
650 So. La Brea | 1095 East Colorado, Pasadena
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There's more casual comfort in our California Lounge

Phelps-Terkel
5550 Wilshire Miracle Mile - 3450 University on S.C. Campus
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