Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 1, 1973 · Page 17
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1973 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN PAGE 17 ^^^ stand straight and walk strong - Citizen Photo "Earth Shoes, carved of mahogany or beechwood, force the wearer's feet to walk as nature intended, ' say the manufacturers. The heel is lower than the '· toes, the arch is supported and the big toe goes into ; a shallow valley to hold the foot in line while ' walking. ByPATHARRIS Cititen Fathien Writw It started on a South Amsri- can beach, moved to Copenha-, gen, then came to the United States where health-concerned people have taken it to their hearts. /· \"It" is foot architecture in a i sandal fashioned to put feet and legs into perspective and spines and pelvises into alignment. The name is Earth Shoe by Kalso of Copenhagen. A Tucson store, the third west of the Mississippi, opened last Saturday at 1060 N.. Campbell Ave., and its young owners, Mike and Iris Stein; were delighted, to see customers walk in wearing the shoes and smiling because now they can buy them here. Some had ordered them from ^the now-defunct "Whole Earth Catalogue" and others had picked them up at stores in eastern cities. "We try to have our stores near college campuses," Stein said, "because our product appeals to the young people who« are ecology and environment · oriented."-He added, however, that many older people, espe.- r cially those who have had ·low- er-back trouble, find that- wearing the shoes relieves them of their problem. : ./ " The shoes originated'"'with' Anne Kalso of Copenhagen: A' Yoga teacher, she observed footprints in the sand made by the Indians of Brazil while she, : was on a visit there. The footprints were'Consistently deep-. Art openings 4 Putf s* Western paintings to be shown at Jamison's Three Tucson art galleries have scheduled new shows for this weekend, offering paintings which range m style from established "Westerns" ...by Donald "Putt" Putman to "nonobjective" canvases by a 25-year-old Canadian. Putman's paintings and watercolors will be featured in an opening tomorrow at The Jamison Galleries West. Also on display will be sculptures by" Don Polland, who works with miniatures and concentrates on Western subjects. Putman, wno studied'at the Art Center College'of Design in Los 'Angeles and is currently a resident of that city, has shown his works in Tucson on a number of occasions and is one of the most well known Western painters in the Southwest. , Twenty-five-year-old Terry Leftrook will be featured along with Agnes Nanquette, a French painter, in an opening Sunday at the Knox and Campbell Galleries, 3015 N. Campbell Ave. Leftrook is described by the gallery as an artist who employs "textural dimensionality as well as color perspective" in his contemporary paintings. Mrs. Nanquette, whose home is in, Aix en Provence in France^ had her formal train- ing at the Ecole de Beaux Arts. The Kay Bonfoey Gallery, at 1157 S. Swan Koad, features painting, sculpture and photography by Lester Rondell, who was born in New York City and moved to Tucson a year ago. FINAL ACTION Jr. Jk Jr. P«tit«* Nam* Brands Six*! 3-15 Pant DIWIMS -- Dr«»i»«, Long Short Pant Outfits 2 PC. Eni*mbUf -- Skirt* 2il SALE BRIDE'S COTTAGE 1230 S. TUCSON Blvd. at 22nd Street "v Optn Fri. till 8 p.m. E»tnim; by Appointmtnt \ er at the heel than at the rest of the foot, which gave her the-; idea for the new concept in shoes. "Because the toes are higher than the heels," Stein said, "the wearer is forced-to stand erect whether he wants to or not"..!.';';.''.", ,',, .,, , A photographer-film-producer, Raymond Jacobs, vaca- ,'tioning with his family in Copenhagen tried the shoes and was so impressed, he asked Mrs. Kalso if he could bring them to the United States. She igavG her permission and now they are manufactured both in Denmark and the U.S. ; "The shoes are unisex ("There's only one style we make only for men," Stein said) and ranging in price from"$23;50 to $40. ,The sandals, the original Earth Shoes, have soles of mahogany or beechwood, undersoled with rubber and fitted with leather straps.* ."With proper care those should last you 30 years," Stein said. JANUARY CLEARANCE 3 Days Only Free Head With Every Wig Purchase CASCADES Human Hair $Q95 REG. 18.95- 3^ HUMAJS HAIR WIGLETS Reg. 12.95 ·** ^;/·'"* The Sunburst- Dynal 50® CAPLESS 95 REG. 24.95 - VALUABLE COUPON ^WIGS - CLEANED STYLED CASCADES - CLEANED STYLED WIGLETS-CLEANED STYLED , This price good with-coupon only. -' Clip and Save. One hairpiece per coupon. $3:95 $3.95 $3.00 mion 3842 E. 5th at Alvernbn " PH. 795-6392 Hours: Men-Sat. 9:30-7:00 Friday 'Til 9:00 He admitted they take a bit of getting used to, inasmuch as they reverse the principles of the shoes people are familiar, with. "Young people adapt to the Kalso walk very quick- ly;" he said, "older people take a little longer ... both benefit." vS PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE Solid Cherry, Maple Pine i l l biases! 1\ !'-]··- \-l 1 1 m mm m l'3 *· · I7MT K-M It's handsome, stalwart and efficient . . V with extra thick writing surface.' Crafted of hearty solid pine from the hills'of northern New England, this massively built Secretary Desk has bold vigor of Early American design at its best. Fine selection of Bennington Vermont Patriot Pine in slock SOUTHERN ARIZONA'S LARGEST EARLY AMERICAN SHOP MILLER'S 2719N. CAMPBELL FREE DELIVERY in Arizona 30, 60, 90 -. Day Accounts Open daily 9 TO 5:30; Fri. Till 9 P.M. Invited Other Times By Appointment .Same As Cash 'Paul Lee Rossier's Open Mon. thru Sat. H-C, Closed Sundays Tucson's Finest Food Store ^016E7Broadwciy (at Country Club) Market Phone 325-1561 Bakery 325-8201 'S W Cal. Gravenstein Applesauce.. ................ is ox. Graber's Orchard Run Olives ......... : ........... ........7V4 o*. Sexton's Paris Dressing ............... a»*. Anderson's Green 1 5oz. A Split Pea $oup_ c _TM 2 F 29' Ouft- Thursday Friday Rum Slices 2 for 35 Choc. Mint Chiffon Cake Lemon -- Blueberry Loaf Cake ........... ...«·. Nut-Raisin Bread .Leaf 98 55 98 Friday Saturday Chocolate-Apricot Fudge Cake............a. Angel Food Cake 80' - $ r° French Pastries 2°49* Alexander 1 SO Tort e Assorted Icings 1 Saturday only Orange Butter Coffee Cake A Q .Vo Muffins Cherry Cake Blueberry Toff ·· Pi«; for .98 UISINE ties By Lee dossier For entertaining or celebrating, a new line from High Val-. ley Farms has been added at Broadway Village Market, including pate of smoked turkey, pate of smoked rainbow trout, chopped sauteed chicken livers and pate of pheasant. Another new arrival is a complete line of Constant Comment teas along with pa'rnph- lets featuring 7 special tea recipe's. We also have the Hot. Tea and Toddy Mix, just perfect for those chilly days. A new item in our Produce Department this week will be strawberry-rhubarb, fresh and beautiful for your favorite recipe. This week our Meat Department will feature Veal Cordon Bleu, filled with Canadian style bacon and Swiss cheese, breaded, pre-browned and ready to cook for that quick meal. Our Meat Department will also feature boneless chicken breasts stuffed with wild rice, Finnan-Haddie style smoked cod, in addition to all fh« regular meats you will find fresh every day at Broadway Village Market. U.S.D.A. Grade A U.^.U.A. vjraoe n _ Jk ^ Turkeys 7 to 12 ib..ib. 5V Chicken Livers... ib. 65 4 M22 1 Frozen Boneless Stuffed W/Wild Rice . 7 . 0t Chicken Breast...'.'.':: Frozen ?.«. _ . _ Veal Cordon-bleu....'.'.'. r . .1 «. Fitted with Conadkin bacon Swiss cheeses Stauffer's Escallopcd l ) ' / j o z . Chicken Noodles Marshburn Farms Baby Whole Carrots... .............. i ib. Birds Eye Mixed Fruit ..... iooz. Minute Moid O^ Orange Juiced for j^jk^ 79' _ 39 ib. 29' Fresh Pole Peas Hawaiian ' M f\t Pineapples ........... e«. 59 Extra Fancy Delicious Apples Fresh g^ Spinach,...!* 2 ». 49' first spectacular transfer* all reduced merchandise from our three stores has been brought together at our Ol CO11 store and further reduced · IIHESSES. COSTUMES, COCKTAILS were 94ft-fttO NOW $23 58- 80 NOW 29 78- 13ONOW 39 WOO other* to *.'1.O reduced proportionately · LONGS -- CASUALS and FORMAL were JJ4tt - £«0 NOW $23 65- 7ONOW 33 15» others to $55O reduced proportionately · HALF SIZE DRESSES were fStt-iCWO NOW $29 I CO NOW 5O fftt others to £ 1 IO reduced proportionately · SHIRTS, JACKETS, SWEATERS were $ 10 NOW $ 5 IB NOW 8 18 NOW 9 It;i others to #7O reduced proportionately · PANTS were $25 NOW $ 12 50 NOW 25 2O others to $7O reduced proportionately · SKIRTS -- LOXG and SHORT were S1« NOW $8 2O NOW 1O :j 1 others to $7O reduced proportionately too many more great buys to. list all come see . . . and SAVE! don't wait -- starts 9:OO A.M. today cele pcterson's -- el con only

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