Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 27, 1963 · Page 66
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 66

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CITRUS TREES Oranges, Grapefruit, etc. Last chance to buy these balled In burlap trees at this price PEAT MOSS SALE COLORADO-- 100 Ibs. (4 bu.) Regularly 3.95 SPECIAL Ammonium Sulphate Lbs. reg. 3.95 POPULAR BRAND STEER MANURE Composted, Pulverized, weed free. cu. ft. Bag. Reg. 1.25 .... SHADE TREES Fruitless Mulberry, Modesto Ash, Texas Umbrella Chinese Elm, Mimosa, Texas Umbrella, gal. container FRUITLESS-- i MULBERRY V : I 1 ' ROSES in Full Bloom RED BOTTLE BRUSH PLANTS !^TS I 19 Hybrid Quality Plants PETUNIAS Sfeer Manure Qt- Size OQ *»» WE NOW HAVE FIG TREES, SNAIL VINES, BOUGA1NVILLEA, HIBISCUS, LANTANA, CRAPE MYRTLE, QUEENS WREATH, PAS- SIONVINES, G A R D E N I A S , BEDDING PLANTS AND MANY MORE SUMMER PLANTS TO BE PLANTED NOW. ^ ICHCNBERGE 11AV ft£i JtC A £l O,iV^v,,v^ 4458 E. Speedway EA 6 9132 8415 E. Broadway M S sh 296-4561 519 E. Grant Road MA 4-3064 at Present our Broadway store is closed Thursdays | HAVE SOMETHING TO GIVE AWAY? try "For Free" -- every Friday in the TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN I QUALITY -- BEAUTY -- COMFORT Wrought Iron And Fiber Gluss Awnings, patio covers, pool rama- das, food drive Inns, new and used ear display Custom built for Your Home or Business. Our fiber glass made with RESIN base, not a cheap plastic. Transmits Light but Reflects Heal -- No More Darkness -- No More Fading. Thousands Of Installations IB Southern Arizona For FREE Estimate Call EA 5-2701 Ne Money Down witfe Approved Credit Iron-Life Manufacturing Company Phon« EAtl 5-27*1 Evenln«s ami Holidays EAst *-S3«« Complete Display at 120S N. Alvernon Way Swimsuit Story Is In Several Parts ABOVE: Elisabeth Stewart covers a modified bikini in printed jersey of "Antron" nylon with a matching blouse pretty enough to perform double duty as a sportswear separate. Bikini, about $20, $16 for the blouse. BELOW: Oleg Cassini designed this little suit for lots of tan. Peter Pan is the manufacturer. Hand-loomed of elasticized stretch nylon, it has extra control knit right in. About $24. BY Betty Milburn Citizen Woman's Editor Plan your poolside wardrobe in parts this summer! The two-part suit--bra and pants--is popular as never before, particularly with pool owners who enjoy the comfort and the more-skin-to-tan aspects of the two-piece. Whether you choose a one or a two-piece suit (and you'll probably want a couple of each) chances are you'll add another piece to' each poolsidG ensemble. What variety! There are tunics, overblouses, smocks," shifts, skirts, shirts -- all sorts of ideas to turn the" swim suit into a round-the-' clock wardrobe for summertime Tucsonians. Even without the cover- ups, most of the new two- piecers cover more girl than in recent seasons. On the other hand, designers have found new ways of baring portions of the traditional one-piecers. Quick-drying fabrics play an important part in the three-for-the-pool scheme of things. Among the', leading' ones are radiant jerseys made with "Antron" .nylon, luxurious crepes of "Dacron" polyester fiber, and piques, seersuckers, madras and broadcloths of "Dacron and cotton". PAGE 68 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1963

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