For that, you'd have to go back more than three years, to Lombard's days as "Carol" while a contract player at Pathe. It's one of the few Lombard covers from the 1920s...specifically, the September 1929 issue:
Look at all those red, blue and yellow dots surrounding her. (For some unexplained reason, I'm suddenly hungry for bread. Wonder why.)
The picture Cine-Mundial used for the cover is one I've never seen before, and gives her an exotic, almost non-American look.
Articles on Clara Bow, Stan Laurel and others (written in Spanish, of course) are inside this 48-page issue, which measures 9" x 12". The seller describes the magazine as in "Good Condition. Some handling and edge wear. Spine a bit worn."
As of this writing, one bid has been made, for $14.99; bidding closes at just after 4:05 p.m. (Eastern) on Monday/ If you've got the bread to buy this magazine, go to http://cgi.ebay.com/1932-CAROLE-LOMBARD-MEXICAN-MAG-Art-Deco-STAN-LAUREL_W0QQitemZ160397024855QQcmdZViewItemQQptZMagazines?hash=item2558685e57.