The Desert Sun from Palm Springs, California on January 9, 1958 · 22
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The Desert Sun from Palm Springs, California · 22

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Palm Springs, California
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Thursday, January 9, 1958
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22
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FOR THE FIRST TIME in fhe Palrp Springs area mutual ownership in their own hotel is possible Co pa de Oro Inn is designed to be the newest and finest luxury resort motel-hotel operation in the Palm Springs area A dub type atmosphere will be maintained with preference given to the stockholders with complete hotel services at reasonable prices All stockholders will share in profits and comforts of a home away from home GOLD CUP LOUNGE ONE OF THE distinctive features of this admittedly singular addition to the desert will be a two story cocktail lounge One level allowing the aquatic minded guest to gate directly into one of the two swimming pools from an underground vantage point f SEARCH FOR MISS GOLD CUP THE PERSON WHO discovers Miss Gold Cup will be a guest of the Copade Oro Inn for one week at the opening MISS GOLD CUP will be given an expense paid vacation this winter in Palm Springs as well as being the official hostess at the opening of the Gold Cup Room in the lovely Co pa de Oro Inn Miss Gold Cup will be presented a block of stock in the management corporation ' THE SITE OF the Copa de Oro Inn is ten acres of wind sheltered land two and one half miles east of the freeway on Ramon Road making it the most accessible resort in the Palm Springs area The recreation facilities will be unsurpassed tournament tennis courts two pools and a 27 par pitch and putt courseis planned with the surrounding property to be subdivided around the course One of the beauties of the Copa de Oro Inn is that two additional hoursof sunshine is available to the residents Also direct television reception r THIS DESERT WONDERLAND is being developed by Donald J Mills of Malibu Earl Hightower Los Angeles attorney and Paul Groesse architectural designer This 140 acre tract of the Hidden Springs Ranch was formerly owned by Charlie Doyle The hotel-motel alone will cover ten acres and the balance of the property is owned by Don Mills and Associates For Further Information Write DONALD I MILLS NO 23 MALIBU BEACH COLONY MALIBU CALIFORNIA PHONE: GLOBE 6-2720

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