Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 2, 1973 · Page 25
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 25

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, February 2, 1973
Page 25
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1973 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 25 Goodies LA ' gift show Continued from page 21 seats seem the highlight. Consumers will be able to match these items to almost any color or wallpaper in their bathrooms from here on in. , As I was promenading down one, of the floors at the Bilt- niore I noticed an enchanting mixture of aromas. It turned out to be the space forVillage Bath Products and what a colorful and fragrant spot it was. Soap in all sorts of fruit flavors and shapes were .being shown. For example fruit crates filled with what looked' to?be oranges,and lemons.but really were soap in the same sjiapes. : '»'·· . .. · . - , . . . ' .;·. .Bath packets which look like Ijjackets of'seeds contain such offerings in bath salts as cu- flumber, tomato, lettuce, car- ifct, apple, peach,- honey dew ijielon and a lot more. All :for ijjilady's.lbatlii enjoyment. :.: * Theseiwere just, a few of the offerings at this aromatic display. .; Etousewares continue to; get · £ven more glamorous and col- ·; $M. Today's-kitohen will-be: . $y far the gayest room in the/; house judging from items at die show. : · . » , ' . ' 'imports from the Eepublic , St. China are ^beginning to.ap--:' lar. Imports from Japan; · the Philippines, Thailand and v »ther-parts of the Orient:will 8e showing up in gift shops in the fall. ; Smaller pillows and oblong throw pillows were much in " evidence. Calico and gingham was used in many cases for Coverings on pillows and on fluilts. Pet lovers will go for the special Pet Paniperers just introduced by one Califor-; »ia firm. These are huge found cushions with an in- pentation in the center for fasy'snoozing. They.have been tested by several pet owners who say their pets refuse to feavejheir Pet Pamperers ex- Cept for food and walks. * ; Place mats are made' of |inen, ' cotton, hand woven, some plastic. The ones ,that catch the eye are the quilted enes, done in old fa'shioned Comforter patterns, with nap^ns to match. t. ;. Stoneware and pottery are one of the biggest and'most important features of this year's show. * I. One of the most delightful tollections were small faces Jm stones about the size of a silver dollar. The inscription *'Turn me over" was printed wilder the face. On following Instructions one read "I luv J-ou," "Thank you," or "That {eels better," on the underside Jf the stone. Little twig vases, just large enough for a couple «f tiny straw flowers also were about the size of a silver Collar. » * One of the gimmicks I could Ho. without were the dozen Jong stemmed roses in yellow, pink or red, fashioned of fine «ilk and looking for all the Ivoiid like the r,eal thing, they're sold'in a long florist Jtox just like their living count- Jrparts and are aimed to take the place of them. As for me, nothing will ever take the place of a dozen long-stemmed ·real roses .but! guess I don't fcnow what I'm talking about. Jliese artificial ones were sell- Jng like mad so I'm told. Stoneware was one of the highlights of the gift show. Among items were this bean pot and casserole. These are useful both as kitchen utensils for baking Careful planning evident in home By HIAWATHA ESTES It is not at all difficult to increase the cost of a new home by careless designing. However, cutting costs to a minimum and still offering a dis- Ttinctive home requires careful planning of the type that is clearly evident in, this home. Doors-from'the garage to the rear yard and kitchen have been located so as to pro..-. .vide;, prompt and easy access '[ to each area; This convenient access to the kitchen is an outstanding feature which is utilized each day and is especially appreciated on shopping days and during inclement weather. ' Only cabinets, including an eating bar, separate the ,U-/. .shaped kitchen and family room. A built-in range top and oven have been in the kitchen layout, but if preferred, a free-standing range could be substituted for this built-in top and the oven cabinet converted to a pantry. The circulation pattern is very good and has been achieved without the necessity of utilizing a large amount of footage for the entry hall. ' A private bath and dressing area is' accessible from the master bedroom. All baths feature pullman lavatories with storage below. The location and design of the living-dining area has multiple advantages. It is located away from the street for privacy, it has. the spacious look of one large, open room and this, is accented by the huge.amount of glass that extends the'area to the patio and rearjard. Louver shutters and planter shelves combined with brick veneer and planter, wood siding and roofing form a handsome colonial exterior. . This same basic exterior is also available in a three bedroom floor plan, at a different price structure, and is illustrated in our book, Prize Homes. Complete working drawings for plan' 41055 can be purchased for only $10.95 for the first set and $6 for each additional set ordered at the same time. This plan will toe available-at these special prices until May 28, 1973. Please allow two to'three weeks for de- 1 livery. - , .* A large reproduction rendering of the exterior of this design is available for $1. A specification booklet is also available for $1 as are the following home plan books: Hallmark Homes -- $1.25; Town Country Homes '--: $1.25; Homes by Hiawatha -- $1.25; Prize Homes -- $1.25; Distinctive Homes -- $1.25; Ranch Modern Homes -- $2. All six books -- an $8.25 value -- only $6.50. For orders, of less than three books, please add an extra 20 cents per book for postage and handling. Send all orders to Hiawatha Estes, Tucson Daily Citizen, P.O. Box 5027, Tucson, Ariz., 85703. £jj EQUIPMENT RENTAL TWO LOCATIONS 4469 L 5th 327-4231 1120 S. KOLB RD. 296-2331 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT · C.D. COMPRESSORS · BUCK HOES · BUCKflU TURPS ·TRACTORS .CEMENT TOOLS · FORK LIFTS · DITCHERS · UDDERS OUR YEAR V OF SERVICE \ TO THE PEOPLE _V OF ST POOL OWNERS DON'T EMPTY YOUR POOL 12'H.D. Vinyl $19.00 15'H.D. Vinyl $29.00 18'H.D. Vinyl $39.00 2TH.D. Vinyl $49.00 OVAL COVERS ALSO ' SUN DOME FOR YEAR AROUND POOL FUN AND SAVINGS ONDISPLAY AIR DOME for pools and storage Bring Your Pool Measurements Protects pool swimmers from winter chills. summer sand. Blowers are included with dome. IN GROUND ALL SIZE Safety Covers Tie Down Covers WE ARE POOL SPECIALISTS POOL CHEM. -- SUPPLIES -- LINERS -- FILTER PARTS -HEATERS -- AIR DOMES COVERS -- INFORMATION ALCON POOL LAND 3210 E. AJO WAY OPEN 9-5 MON.-SAT. PHONE 889-360! Buy From A Poof Specialist or as a decorative accessories. These are designs from Earthworks, of E1 Cajon, Calif, makers of handmade stone ware. Elegant Patio Townhomes. .in Tucson's Finest Location Luxurious, car*fr«« living In th« "dust-fr**" thermal toft of Catallna Foothills f states with s\ f UEBL0 ^ - - ~ » D«v«lop«d, designed, built and sold by Maxon Construction Co. at one, low overhead profit. Savings up to 20% for comparable high quality. Ask for particulars. Ten models from $33,500 to $66,000. See models, open 1 0 to 5 daily, at 6301 N. Campbell, '/ mile south of Skyline Drive on west side of Campbell, beautifully decorated and furnished by LOU REGESTER, or phone Don Maxon, Realtor,' 795- ·4694, for information. Custom Designers and Builders on your site or ours since 1 936. .. . . , ._ . '_ _ ,, Modetf open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dotty Immediate or forty Occupancy For Some Models ALL FIRST QUALITY - NO SECONDS ////////1/ , S/S / JS/A* JT////JfS / ·: //.' / JJU/ff/ // IV III I.II*Vm.lil!Ur\\lI/Ill llllkz INTRODUCING u.s. PLYWOOD PANELING TO K-MART AT GREAT SAVINGS! ON DISPLAY -- .......... ............. WHEAT STRAW OAK SNOVS^ OAK. BURLEY OAK CHESTNUT ······· ····.···»***··· EDINBOROUGH OAK WALNUT................. .......... ............... 3.9T .·»..*. ....... .,......,.«»»... .................. ...... .. ·»···· ·········»»····*······ ···««····.*····· 4.17 4.17 4.1.7 FAWN ........ ............ - ________ ,,»,,.» ,., ,, _______________ .- . - 3 OT . ·Wm * A I T "»· · · 4-FT. WROUGHT-IRON RAIL 4 Doys On/y 3 · flr W 6-Ft. Black Wrought Iron Section 5.27 8-R. Block Wrought Iron Flat Column... 5.27 WHITE ALUMINUM STORAGE SHED 3 | 88 10'xlO' 10'x7' 110 Sturdy shed is embossed w jfh gray trim. Handy for many storage needs. DELUXE 4 FT X 8 FT MEUMINE PANELS 7 F 37 EACH 4'x8' Panel For kitchens or bathrooms. Smooth as glass finish Wipes clean in seconds. White or decorative white with gold accents. 4 for FLOOR COVERINGS 12x12" Econo-Tile®. Colorful polypropylene face tile. Self, stick'back. Special savings! 12x12" Shag Tile. Self-adhesive back. Foam rubber cushion. 461. NEW! Cherry Wood CANDLE HOLDERS ....... #102 #103..... #104 #107 #108 1 37 I 77 2 17 2* 7 PRE-MIX CONCRETE "SHUR-CAULK" FOR CAULKIMG 1 18 Just add water. 75 Ib. Mtrtar... 1.31 I 00 FOR Can be used oh wood, metal, masonry, glass. Charge it. SCREEN DOOR 9*97 32" or 36" wide. Good quality! ) 3^x1 5" fiberglass I FOIL-FACED INSULATION 4 Days 1 6" O.C. framing, covers 70 sq. ft. Save. PEG-BOARD 2x4' PANELS 43V 4 Doys 1 /8" Thick. For hobby s u p p l i e s , tools. HARDWOOD 14x36" SHELVES 4 Doys 12" Spindles.... 67? 15" Spindles ---- 87? Plazas · BROADWAY AT KOIB AND MIRACLE MILE AT FLOWING WELLS · **-- Plazas

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