September 1975

Regular Features
18Publisher's Letter
21Comment: An Open Line For Psl Readers
26Psl Informant: Facts For Observation, Speculation
73Palm Springs Life's Guide: Where To Go, What To Do
105Gallery Scene: Variety Of Exhibits In Local Centers
149Real Estate Bazaar: For Land's Sake
150Shoppers Bazaar: For Gifts And Personal Pleasure
Special Interest
57Palm Springs Police: Today's Policeman Is More Than A Law Enforcer
60A House Is Not A Home: Voters League Reports On Low-cost Housing
63The Hospital Controversy: Answers To Some Pressing Questions
69Solar City No. 1: Will It Be Palm Springs?
108Campesinos Unidos, Inc.: A Self-help Organization Of Farm Workers
145Dinney The Dinosaur: The First Handsome Brute In A Garden Primeval
Progress Report
42Palm Springs: The Good Life City Holds Its Own
49Convention And Visitors Bureau: A Record Year And More Of The Same To Come
53Aerial Tramway: Top Visitor Attraction All Spruced Up For 12th Anniversary
111Indio: Pragmatic Planning In Valley's Commercial Hub
118La Quinta: Pastoral "island" Among Cities Seeks Incorporation
121Palm Desert: Young City Moves Ahead Under Newly Approved General Plan
130Indian Wells: Sunny Days Continue In Richest Little City In America
133Rancho Mirage: Quality Image Evolving And With No City Tax
137Cathedral City: What Might Have Been, With Cityhood, And What's Possible Now
140Desert Hot Springs: Scenario For A Small-town Progress Play

ABOUT THE COVER: Reflecting distinctive progress in the Coachella Valley is the image of La Mancha, a new private club, mirrored in snappy sunglasses sported by model Denise Blankenship. The residential complex, under construction in the heart of Palm Springs, augments the Valley's growing roster of quality developments. Photography by Sid Noles.

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There's A Dinosaur In My Chrysanthemums

There's A Dinosaur In My Chrysanthemums

Dinney the Dinosaur, 11 years in the making, is the first handsome brute in a garden of dinosaurs planned by his 78-year-old creator.
Anyone who passes by Cabazon, a little town a few miles northwest of Palm Springs on Interstate 10, can’t possibly miss the life-size model of a dinosaur that towers above the desert floor.
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