Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on July 12, 1973 · Page 19
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 19

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, July 12, 1973
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PAGE 20 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY, JULY 12. 1973 American designers itake whimsical tack .; Young American designers, .-trying to get a toehold on the Bladder to fashion fame and ^fortune, are serious about -their careers, but lighthearted -in their approach. £ With names like Pretty Boy ?,Floyd. Ephalence, Billy"\Vhis- t-kers, Blue Heaven. Butch Unlimited and Yesterday's News, £n number df young designers - appeared recently in a "gen- ''.cration rap" before fashion .'.writers gathered in New York ;, for American Designers press - week. -. Although one. George Con- rstant, is an interior designer, -ithe others are in the field of ^fashion, ·"·' Each stated his or her phi- 1'losophy of fashion design and *:· sent a model down the runway ~.to illustrate the point at a lun- \cheon sponsored by The Wool v-Bureau Inc., saluting the ti-young designers. «·'· £ "We need enough revolution jjin fashion to keep consumers ^interested in buying, and ^enough evolution to make ^keeping-in-fashion a viable alternative," said Jane Janedis ""ofKelita. But revolution was not the keynote of the designs the young peopk fashioned in wool. "They don't want to do things the tetter way; they want to do them the best way," said a Wool Bureau spokesman. Said Billy Whiskers' young Jeff Madoff, from a town with the unlikely name of Footvilie, Wis., "Fashion should cover one in the most flattering way possible must be covered." as long as one But flattery played second fiddle to reality and honesty with the young designers. "I like natural fibers and quiet clothes," said Arthur Delag- er of Arthur Delager ]nc. fncluded among the designers, in addition to those already named, were Scott Barrie of Barrie Sport Ltd., Pinky Dianne of Pretty Boy Floyd, Jonathon Hitchcock of Hitchcock Ltd., Kai Lofton of Eph- alence, Getty Miller of Blue Heaven, Butch Scheck of Butch Unlimited and Mrs. H. Winter of Yesterday's News. tat Harris Stars By SYDNEY OMARR FRIDAY, JULY 11 When It comes to beinfl direct 8p.ar«s- sivc, independent and orlflnlal, Aries can lead the wav. Thes« persons are creative, often arc pioneers and seem to be impatient with many of their contemporaries. Aries harmonlies with Gemini, Leo, Sagittarius and can become .involved with Aquarius and Libra. Caution should be exercised In dealings wth Cancer and Capricorn. H is difficult for m» 1o forget tht eyes of Aries women. ARIES (March ll-Aprit Hit Contracts, money, prestige -- these could combine, Key now Is to be analytical. Look beneath the surface. Find reasons lor events. Ask questions. Pur thoughts, Ideas, concepts on paper. Deal with Gemini, Vlrqo persons. TAURUS (April W-May »): Your philosophical views could conflict with those ef family mernier. Realize that a clash ef ideas can be exciting and constructive. Don't hold grudscs. Political differences may be only temporary. Sense of humorsarves as vital Ionic. GEMINI (May21-Junt»): See throush schemes. What Is built up as a "sure thlno" could be Abased on house of cards. Know It and respond ac- cordlnaly. Check with Pisces, Virgo persons. "One who controls purs* strings could be stubborn. CANCER MuiWll-July.tt): Study Gemini message. Walt and observe. Be aware of legal ramifications to actions, nrojects. Stock to what you know, wandering too fsr afield now would be costly. Capricorn could flaur* prominently. Money picture brighter than PISCES (Feb. it-Mirth 5»): You may be seeing situations. Individuals In light of nonrealltv. Key is to separate fact from fancy, to know difference between Intuition and wishful thinking. Another Plscean could play dominant role. IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY you are » down-to-earth individual, basically honest, frank, capable ot persisting until goal Is achieved. You draw to you many born under Leo, Aquarius and Scorpio. In November, you should be prepared tor changes In home situation. You have been' restricted recently, blocked and somewhat frustrated. This Is due to change. You will have more freedom. You should strive to avoid a tendency, In August, to scatter your efforts. You could be spreading yourself too thin. Copyright 1973 Tucson Tonight, Tomorrow . Avoid extremes. Check, diet. Review nutritional requirements. Finish assignment. Refuse ' t o be 'wedded to past. Broaden horizons. Aries, Libra persons could figure prominently. You may be »sked to "look »ft«r" pet. VIRGO (Auo.a-Swit.M): Travel plans are featured. Vacation activity could dominate. Leo individual offers sognd idviee. Key now is to be receptive. Be independent, not arrogant. Put forth original Ideas. Relationship with member of opposite sex Intensifies. LIBRA (S**!. JJ-Ott. 32) Unorthodox money proposal could be beneficial. Follow path of Intuition. What sufficed In past may be outmoded. Know it and base actions accordingly. Aquarian misht play significant role. Strive for more secure oosltion. SCORPIO (Oct. a-Nov. 21): You are:»ble to walk through and over obstacles. Path almost seems miraculously cleared. Aspects are lighter and you meet people at social affairs. One who seemed Indifferent now offers valid v.23.DK.il): Be wary where money, valuables, personal possessions are concerned. Friend confides indiscretion. Don't cast first stone. Mistakes could occur If you are too dependent on others. Be aware of fine Pr ' n CAPRICORN (Dec. 2J-Jan. 1»: You are able now to make valuable contacts. You get results. Some term you stubborn but you do know what you want to accomplish. Stick to ideals. Realize others could be envious, resentful. Demand facts, not fantasies. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20- Feb. U): Domestic adjustment is indicated. Accent also Is on what happens behind scenes. Children could be involved. You miaht be taking risk which is not worth consequences. Give logic equal time with emotions. Don't sell yourself short. Miscellaneous PRAYER HOUSE - Jennifer Sidri will give a talk on self- perfection tomorrow night at 7:30 at 2449 E. 7th. The public is invited to the free lecture. · FLOWING WELLS - The Flowing Wells elementary summer school program will present an original play at 7:30 tonight in the district auditorium, 3725 N. Flowing Wells Road. The play, entitled "Summer Magic", was written and directed by Mrs. Katy DeCiancio and Jim Case, and will be performed by 75 children in grades 4 through 8. The public is invited. ·-' · OBSERVATORY -- A public tour of the Steward Observatory will begin at 8 p.m; tomorrow. CARPET CLEAN-UP SPECIAL We Will STEAM CLEAN Any Size # LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM AND HALL $49 SAVE $21 REG. $70 Wvdd AND CUSTOM INTERIORS, INC. 4459 E. SPEEDWAY PH. 795-6811 I Fresh Water Fish Specials :Roinbow Trout....! .79 LB. JGasper Goo {Perch)89'LB. ·Buffalo 89' LB. :Skinned Catfish! .49LB. SSEATROUT..79'LB. HALIBUT % 3 to 4 Ib. each ·V A $ iSxSi K/V Alaskan King GRAB LEGS Thur., Fri. Sat. Only land Seafood Mart 4464 E. Broadway 327-8221 MO\EY ZEE GIANT ROLL PAPER TOWEL F CROWN O'GOLD 25 Ib. PAPER BAG FLOUR CRISCO 24 oz. JAR OIL COUNTl^rttSNtfC x SMALL DOZEN *££., USDA INSPECTED Fresh WHOLE FRYERS Ib COLUMBIA Ib. Pkg. SLICED BACON 6598 PEYTON'S - 12 bz. PKG. ALL MEAT WIENERS PEYTON'S FULLY COOKED BONELESS HAM Ib. SWIFT'S PREMIUM , 121 oz. CAN J HAM PATTIES · 2 USDA CHOICE GOOD SHOULDER ROUND SWISS STEAK USDA CHOICE GOOD TENDER PORTERHOUSE STEAK USDA INSPECTED FRYER LEGS USDA CHOICE GOOD Blade Cut CHUCK STEAK COMET 14 oz. CAN CLEANSER FOR USDA CHOICE GOOD TENDER T-BONE STEAK DEL MONTE #303 CAN SPINACH TIDE -- GIANT BOX DETERGENT .-* FRESH LEAN HORMEL'S COUNTRY STYLE SPARE RIBS TEMPO -- LIQUID -- 32 oz. SIZE DETERGENT FOR VALLEY WHOLE or SLICES -- QT. JAR DILL PICKLES 39* Fresh, Lean PORK STEAK FRESH WELL TRIMMED BEEF TONGUES WESTERN VALLEY 30 GAL. SIZE PKG. of 10 TRASH BAGS SUNSHINE 16 oz. PKG. CHEEZ-IT DEL MONTE £303 CAN GREEN PEAS 4fl -*** HEALTH BEAUTY AIDS Fresh, Meaty OXTAILS ···· DEL MONTE QT. JAR PRUNE JUICE SEADOY CHUNK -- 6'/a oz. CAN BONITA 3' FOR C$9 DEL MONTE -303 CAN FRUIT COCKTAIL DEL MONTE 12 oz. CAN PINEAPPLE JUICE 10 $ 1 DEL MONTE 20 oz. JAR CATSUP NESTLE'S CHOCOLATE QUIK 2 LB. CAN WESTERN VALLEY CUT -- 16 oz. CAN GREEN BEANS FOR $ FRESH PRODUCE CLAIROL HERBAL ESSENCE SHAMPOO REG. 1.59-8 oz. SIZE CLOSE UP (REG. i MINT) TOOTHPASTE, REG. 1.09-6.2 oz. TUBE VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE LOTION REG. 1,19-10 oz. SIZE We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities and Correct Printed Errors NEW CROP YELLOW ONIONS Ib. LARGE YELLOW MEAT PEACHES 4 Ib. For LARGE TASTY CALIF. NECTARINES 3 Ib. For FRESH CRISP CALIFORNIA CUCUMBERS EACH i'-*V FRESH SOLID CABBAGE Ib. NESTEA WITH SUGAR LEMON FLAVOR ll.7lLEAGFICG.ol10 INSTANT TEA WIDE MOUTH PT. SIZE CASE of 12 KERR JARS PERFORM ( MEDIUM OR HEAVY 24 »r. CAN I SPRAY STARCH SUREJELL 1.75 oz. PKG. PECTIN REGULAR PT. SIZE CASE of 12 KERR JARS 89 MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE LB. CAN 2 l h . C a n 1 9 7 -- 3 l b . C ? . n 2 9 5 16 oz. PKG. PAROWAX FOR FRUIT FLAVOR 5 01. PKG. FRUIT FRESH QUAKER'S WITH RMSIH !. DATE, 16 oz. PKG. - 100*4 NAT. CEREAL SHELL 3'/j 01. PKG. NO-PEST STRIP 45 A.LIQUOR DEPARTMENT! 80 Proof REG. 69* BOROEN'S LITE-LIKE 8 01. PKG. | SINGLE WRAP 10 SLICES AMERICAN CHEESE GIN or VODKA 89 Fifth Light or Dark RUM 98 Fifth 32 oz. Cons 102 BEER 6 P A K 86 Proof Straight Bourbon 19 BOROEN'S ASSORTED FLJWORS 5 oi. JAR JAR CHEESE V-8 46 oz. CAN VEGETABLE COCKTAIL LAURA SCUDDER'S 73'SELLER 11 oz. PKG. POTATO CHIPS WE GIVE VALUABLE PREMIUM COUPONS.. Double Coupons on Tuesday FROZEN FOODS MINUTE MAID REGULAR or PINK LEMONADE * ,, » N WESTERN WONDER 10 oz. PKG. STRAWBERRIES BIRDS EYE 9 oz. TUB COOL WHIP 41 Id BANQUET ASSORTED 8 oz. PKG. MEAT PIES ORE-IDA 16 01. PKG. TATER TOTS Vo. 3 Store nr 1542 W. Wetniore Pd. We Rt'crvt tlit Right to I imii Quanrilii'i-Mint Mid To Dritrn /Vo. 2 Store at 5338 5. 12th Avenue

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