Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 4, 1960 · Page 63
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'SUMMERIZE* YOUR HOME FOR HOT WEATHER Fashionable wooden shutters, finished with washable paint, replace* heavy draperies and curtains for the summer. Cool, washable monk's cloth has been bung in separate panels along one wall. The sofa is protected against perspiration by tailored washable slipcovers. Make Ready For Summer! Just M you wear lighter clothing in summer, with the accent oa easy washability, so it's * good idea to give your home a new "basic dress" for the hot weather months. One lovely and cool effect can be achieved by hanging white monk's cloth panels from ceiling to floor, the entire width of one living room wall. Use enough panels to give very full graceful folds, with one panel flowihg into the next" in an unbroken line. " This restful "curtain wall" lends itself to easy laundering, .since the separate panels--in the width of the material--can be tossed into the machine and . washed with soap or detergent suds in a matter of minutes. Don't put them through the spin cycle, though. Just shake arid stretch them. You'll need a helper for this part--using the old- fashioned technique of snapping and folding bed sheets. Hang panels over a line and, whf» they're just slightly d«mp, r«- hang them on the wall. No need for ironing at all! Store heavy upholstered furniture if possible, and substitute comfortable, cool modern pieces. A modern basket chair, for example, looks light and airy, and matches your room's summer mood when it's covered with an attractive, easily sudsed-off · plastic material. You can cover a settee with tight-fitting tailored slipcovers made of any washable material --such as denim, sailcloth, or chintz. These fabrics come in a wide range of cool colors, and can be zipped off and laundered as often as necessary. A good trick is to put them back on while they're still damp--to dry without a wrinkle. Remove all bric-a-brac, ornate lamps, and other ornament* that interfere with the unclut- Jim Craig says: G«t In Hi* SWIM ·vt N*t Into TROUBLE! If ywtr home bwistc a swimming pool, ·roiectiM program will assure yen worry pleasure. SEE US PAUL H. JONES A C O M P A N Y P M O N f c M A 4 - 8 5 1 1 6 1 7 N S T O N E POOL PATTER By T. «. MILLS Dear T. B.: My pool turned green overnight. What is the problem? J.P.J. Dear J.J.: Problem is no doubt a good case of algae. The warmer days with attendant increased usage of pool has consumed t h e u s u a l amounts of chlorine that you have been placing'in pool. If sides of pool are slightly slimy, this is the trouble. Correct for PH and super chlorinate using pounds of dry chlofine scattered over pool. Turn off filter and allow this chlorine to work overnight Next day vacuum back wash and repeat treatment if necessary. If your PH test is yellow, you may have a different problem--that of green, picked up from the metal -in your piping, filter and heating system. In this case, you Nave M acid pool and it should be corrected immediately by the addition of sufficient soda ash. Add and test until you get a red test or back to about 7.6. MILLS SWIM CENTRE - 2725;. N. CfmpbeU Ave. "Six* I**" IWE worth of fine furniture! I'st Contest Winner's Name will lie drawn on KOm-JV immediately following the Baseball Same next A Sunday June n.* If you haven't entered the Contest, do so NOW! Goto Beautiful SEE THE FABULOUS, RECORD-BREAKING "SUNBURST" -- "RAINBOW" - "MOONBEAM 1 3 BEDROOM-1! BATH HOMES THEY'RE FASHIONED FOR THE FUTURE! LOW DOWN PAYMENT--F.H.A. TERMS REGISTER IN THE FREE CONTEST TO WIN YOUR SELECTION OF $300 WORTH OF FINE FURNITURE FROM THE F. H. KREISLER FURNITURE CO. /J A vp c.- Benson H,gh'A,, r »o Model Homes Open 10 A.M. to Dark SATURDAY, JUNE 4. I960 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN

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