Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 8, 1968 · Page 17
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 17

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, March 8, 1968
Page 17
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FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1968 TU'C-SON D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 17 It's The New Look Barbara Brown wears the latest silhouette -- a ruffled blouse and dirndl skirt -- and catches the eye of Ed Berner at the re-opening celebration yesterday of the Town Shops store in Am phi Plaza. The store's $25,000 remodeling program has brought a new psychedelic mod look to the interior. Mr. Berner, merchandising director for the chain, came to Tucson from San Diego for the four-day celebration. (Citizen Photo by Bill Hopkins.) YOUR STARS By SYDNEY OMARR SATURDAY, MARCH 9 ARIES (March 21 -- April 19): You may be lorn between desire to act quickly and responsiblity which dictates otherwise. Don't agsravate family. Not wise to Irade something of value for {lash in pans. TAURUS (April 20 -- May 20): Results of Efforts apt to be delayed. Too much has yet lo be settled within group, organization. Your restlessness doesn't help matters. Avoid argument with relative. Take it easy. GEMINI (May 31 -- June 20): Friend could be ill-advised concerning money affairs. Know this. Be cautious. Don't risk possessions based on assurance from charmer. Do your own checking. Then double check. CANCER (June 21 -- July 22): One 1n authority or with power could offer taunting challenge. Not wise lo accept. You are being tested, tf you exhibit self-control, you Impress. Take discipline. Display it. LEO (July 23 -- Aug. 22): In effort to obtain solid information you may be skipping essentials. Realize this. Maintain sense of balance. Study Gemini message Accent on what happens behind your back. VIRGO (Aug. 23 -- Sent. 22): You could find genuine bargain in luxury Item. Find day for presenting family member with gift, token of affection. Give of yourself and you will also receive. Act accordingly. LIBRA (Sept. 23 -- Oct. 22): DorVt assume authoritative role. Instead, stress experience willingness to accept responsibility Then what you seek could Miss Portillo 9 s Engagement Told Pueblo High School graduates Patricia Portillo and Richard D. Preciado plan a Sept. 21 wedding at St. John's Catholic Church. Patricia is employed by the Arizona Bank. She is the daughter of Mrs. Adolfo K. Portillo, 226 W. MacArthur St., and the late Mr. Portillo. T h e prospective bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Preciado, 3538 S. Clark Ave., is an employe of the American Smelting and Refining Co. at Silverbell. be presented on silver platler. Realize this. Act wisely. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 -- Nov. 21): Non direct approach works best today. Applies especially where favors, special privileges are concerned. Don't press/ push or attempt to force issues. Be receptive and charming. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 -- Dec. 21): Reactions, feelings are intense. Nothing appears to occur halfway today. Realize that you pay for what you receive -- don't ask tor more than you can afford. Highlight maturity, CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 -- Jan. 19): A legal issue affecting property could be spotlighted. Know where responsibiltiy begins and ends. Strive to assert your- selt in constructive manner. Strengthen ties of affection. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 -- Feb. 18): You might find that those close to you make unreasonable demands. Don't compound the error. Be understanding. Find the reasons why. By so doing you avoid foolish conflict. PISCES (Feb. 19 -- March 20: Those who depend on you, including children may express financial requirements Wise to be considerate. Creating friction today, could backfire Into double trouble. Act accordingly. IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY you attract others to you with their problems. You're a natural physician, teacher, counselor. You are due to complete malor cycle, prolect. Recognition is deserved -- and you receive it. GENERAL TENDENCIES: Tradition is upset. The past fades in light of new discoveries. Lunar .position makes this excellent day for fishing, planting. Copyright 1968 At Miller's Your Key to Early American Charm 3750 EAST SPEEDWAY are we bar-ing you, Yes we are! Buy all your Home Bar Supplies unique Margarita Glasses, Handy Malt Mixers, Sturdy Bar Stools, ond Much more - at the store that supplies the most elegant bars in town. Add the touches of the finest restaurants to your kitchen NOW THAT FORD'S IS OPEN TO YOU ... open stock Commericial Stem Ware, Break Resistant China, fine Cutlery, quality Pastry Sets used by the professional chefs. (WHOLESALE/RETAIL) Ford's BAR KITCHEN SUPPLY 4501 East 22nd Street Phone 793-9394 To Bars and restaurants: Check our new Low, Lou;prices!,' HINTS FROM HELOISE Save Baby's Socks For Bottle Gloves DearHeloLse: I save my baby's socks when he outgrows them. When he drinks cold milk, I slip one of them over the bottle. The sock helps the bottle from feeling cold to his hands. MRS. J. P. o o o The little sock idea is great, Also the top of any odd col- ton or stretch sock can have the foot cut off, thus leaving a "tube." Slip this tube over the bottle as soon as (he baby learns to hold his own. This will keep Ihe bottle from slipping in his little hands and keeps the milk warm until he finishes his bottle. As Ihe darling grows and ANY 2 PIECE LIVING ROOM Fttf A*M CAM WITH EACH ORDER.. JENKINS MATTRESS CO. 525 W.22ND- 623-8473 SHYING TUCSON SINCE 1922 begins to throw the bottle over the side of the bed -- the sock will also save mother cleaning up a mess of broken glass! Heloise ShopotREGESTER'S Mon. and Friday 9;30 fo 9:00 Other weekdays to 5:30 HANDSOME, RUGGED AND MOST ENDURING very seldom is RANCH OAK ever Sale Priced EXCLUSIVELY AT REGESTER'S IN ARIZONA ft » \. + \J* 1. *· vl* . TM :fcv-*'G**'tf*" C * Handcrafted Ranch Oak , . . a great, v/ide, wonderful colledlon ... choose from over 200 different pieces for real family living. This is the. furniture you never need to pamper. There's nothing like genuine Ranch Oak, You can always add to it"... constant and true to type. Rugged, tough, built-to-Iast solid white oak, painstakingly finished to take hard use, Marvelous, heavy casual fabrics, finest leathers and handsome synthetics add color and character -to many pieces. Exclusively at Regester r s in the whole area. Special March Furniture Sale prices save You 10%. NO DOWN PAYMENT Take up to 36 months to pay SMART HOME FURNISHINGS 2303 EAST GRANT ROAD TUCSON FREEDEUVERYAHYWHERElARtZOM · AITKEDOORFAXKIG793.76S1 Over 2,000 Catalogue items to select from A. hutch bookcase, reg. 110.00 99.00 B. bookcase cabinet, reg. 93.50 84.15 C. hutch bookcase, reg. 98.50.. .'.,..88.65 D. louver cabinet, reg. 99.00 90.00 E.. dresser, 3 drawer, reg. 115.00 103.50 F. dresser, 3 drawer, reg. 104.50.... ,, 94.00 G. game chair, leather, reg. 99.00 89.00 H. game table, reg. 145.00 130.50 I. sofa, 88 inch, reg, 428.00 M .',,.,375.OO J. lo veseat, 60 inch, reg. 310.00 ..,.,...279.00 K. hexagon coffee table, 42" diet., reg. 104.50. ...94.00 L. lamp table, reg. 86.50 ,, ^....^M^.77.85 M. square coffee table, reg, 3S.OO.. M .,,««M^* MMM «... 35.20 N. leal leather chair, reg. 175.0CL ^.^. 157,50

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