September 1969

Regular Features
10Publisher's Letter
14Comment: An Open Line For Psl Readers
22Psl Informant: Facts For Observation, Speculation
85Art: Dean Fausett And An Intriguing Utah Enterprise
91Gallery Scene: Variety Of Exhibits On View
1APalm Springs Life Guide: Where To Go, What To Do
106Shoppers Bazaar: For Gifts And Personal Pleasure
107Cartoons: Rovinsky's Palm Springs
Progress Report:
26Palm Springs: A Progressive City's Thoughtful Adjustment To Dynamic Conditions
33Convention Center: Proposed Complex An Asset To Proper Community Growth
42Cvb: Convention & Visitors Bureau's Second Annual Report
49Palm Springs Mall: One-stop Center With Shopper Appeal
57Coble & Wessman: Success Saga
65Palm Springs Airport: Taxiing Into The Supersonic Age
73Television: Desert Cables, Uhf Get Cracking On Local Programming
79Aerial Tramway: Cable-car Highway To The Sky
81Tamarisk West: Luxury Format For Desert Living
92The Cove Communities: Lower Valley In An Upward Spiral
100Indio: Business, Beauty, Culture On The Upswing
108Coachella Valley 2000 A.d.: The Perilous Pollution Potential

ABOUT THE COVER: Due to the scope of the proposed community convention center and cultural complex, we felt it essential to produce, for the first time in the history of this magazine, a double cover in order to display the magnitude and significance of the proposed project, in terms of the future economic development of the Coachella Valley. See pages 33 through 40.

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