September 1973

Regular Features
20Publisher's Letter
27Comment: An Open Line For Psl Readers
36Psl Informant: Facts For Observation, Speculation
136Art: Gallery Scene: Variety Of Exhibits In Art Centers
137Art: Paul Blaine Henri: His Paintings, His Projects, His Lifestyle
161Palm Springs Life's Guide: Where To Go, What To Do
247Cartoons: Rovinsky's Palm Springs
248Desert Real Estate Bazaar: For Land's Sake
250Shoppers Bazaar: For Gifts And Personal Pleasure
Progress Report
46Palm Springs: Controlled Growth And Quality Services
58Downtown Redevelopment: Newly Adopted Plan Restores Crown To Business Hub
66Convention And Visitors Bureau: Low Key And Quality
70Aerial Tramway: Celebrating Its 10th Anniversary And A Record Economic Year
73Desert Hospital: New Ideas, New Concepts, New Approaches
83Palm Springs Airport: Happy Landings Are More Than A Status Symbol
87Balance: Does Bigger Mean Better?
90Bird's-eye View: Aerial Photographs Of Coachella Valley Communities
97Desert Museum: New $5 Million Cultural Facility Under Construction
99Cable Tv: Franchise Renegotiations For A Brighter Broadcasting Future
130Eisenhower Medical Center: New Facilities Spark Emc Motto 'to Serve Mankind'
194Desert Hot Springs: Awakening To The Chug-chug Of The Caterpillar
200Indian Wells: Lush Residential Enclave Continues To Put Its Best Foot Forward
210La Quinta, Bermuda Dunes: Orderly Development And Country Club Living At Its Best
214Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert: Cityhood For One, An Election For The Other
230Indio: All Signals 'go' For Coming Year
238Tenneco: $20 Million Grossed Last Year In Agriculture-oriented Thermal Plant
242Farm Management: Whatever Happened To The Gentleman Farmer?
Special Interest
103Desert Beautiful: Volunteers Prove That 'beauty Pays'
106Ichpa-mayapan: Mrs. Howard Cook's Luxurious Estate Offers The Best Of Two Worlds
145Las Casuelas Nuevas: New Desert Restaurant Shows Mexico The Way It Is
153My Son The Doctor: A Surgeon's Working And Living World

ABOUT THE COVER: An authentic replica of the famous Mayan calendar dominates the entry court at Ichpa-Mayapan, Mrs. Howard Cook's luxurious 10-acre estate in Rancho Mirage. Hand-carving on entrance doors and throughout the spacious, contemporary residence reflects the culture of the ancient and amazing Mayas. See pages 106 through 117. Photography by Max Eckert.

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