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April 08, 1963
Jane Ford, a stockbroker from Beverly Hills, became one of the few American women to break the sound barrier (the first: Jacqueline Cochran) when she flew a Northrop T-38 Talon up to 835 mph. Jane's cool copilot...
April 01, 1963 | Arthur Zich
As trim as her beloved 'Bolero,' Sally Langmuir is one of very few women hardy enough to brave the rigors of ocean racing. In winds and storms she has found resolution and contentment
January 14, 1963
Nancy Ann Nelson, 16, of San Clemente, Calif., earned enough money to travel to Hawaii, where she entered high school, practiced for the International Surfing Championships. Her dedication paid off as she won the...
June 22, 1959 | Arthur Murphy
Earlier this month some 400 distinguished representatives of the fashion industry, including retailers, manufacturers and designers (I could almost call them fashion's 400) gathered at a dinner to honor the winners...
March 24, 1958 | Horace Sutton
In Los Angeles and San Francisco, the local sights and soup kitchens are as different as the ball parks—and as full of potential surprises