Emzy declares Rockefeller Day
Dear Editor:Yesterday, June 1, I declared that day and many days thereafter “Rockefeller Day”!Of course, one expects special things to happen when it is a Rockefeller Day, and they did.Who should I recognize and have an extensive intelligent conversation with on the 16th Street Mall in Denver on June 1? Why, the answer is former U.S. Rep. Scott McInnis!Honorable Scott McInnis asked me to give his regards to Aspenite Dr. Bruce “Stock Doc” Carlson, who came up in our conversation about my ups and downs of who so far signed my “Statement of Confidentially” about my dance nightclub chain business plan. Only the “Stock Doc” did it to date, and character counts when the game is for real.As a sidebar on my nightclub plan, if a Denver area record company holds up, then I will have access to 50,000 music records since 1950. Yes, 50,000! All different music genre.The party time is beginning to crystallize, those in Aspen, the Roaring Fork Valley and the “I-70 corridor” who would like to really party in your area, the Denver area and in Los Angeles, be patient. Good things come to those who are deserving, ready and willing. Look to Denver for the first pull coming your way, but you will need to be hip and fashionable with a spirit for adventure.To end on a nightlife music note, if the Lava Room in Aspen is so “in” and “fashionably popular” in glossy magazine articles about Aspen, then this “basement club owners” should stop whining like little girls and get busy by taking care of business to find a new location. There are few dance nightclubs in Aspen for the large numbers of imported foreign winter workers to try to think they are being so cool in to give Aspen its reputation as the “hip American hangout for the American party crowd and American jetters.”Emzy Veazy III, Esq.Burbank, Calif., and Aspen
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