Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on July 1, 1974 · Page 11
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 11

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PAGE 14 T U C S O N D A I L Y C . 1 T 1 / K N . MONDAY, JULY 1, 1974 Sue Giles about town Undaunted by heat, guests enjoy wine, music Private party at The Stables Citizen Photos by Joan Rennick Suzi Sneller and Alex Valdez with guitarist Jim Stanley Party guests John Tremaine (from left), Charles McDougall and Mrs. Fred Paiafox Sinatra doing foreign shows TOKYO (UP1) - Frank Sinatra has made his first foreign show visit since he came out of retirement -- as one of 12 judges of the Tokyo Music Festival. Sinatra had three performances scheduled in Japan before leaving for Australia, where he will do five shows. Haggard ill PONTIAC, Mich. ( A P ) Country-western singer Merle Haggard is reported in satisfactory condition in a hospital after collapsing with severe stomach pains and a fever just before a concert yesterday. Problem-Solver "Action, Please!" . . . in the CITIZEN wall-to-wall ^carpet cleaning... "Soil extracted, not scrubbed deeper - that's the difference!" FOR FREE HOME ESTIMATE · DEEP SOIL EXTRACTION PHONE 793-9321 · THOROUGH GENTLE CLEANING · BEAUTIFIES CARPET PILE . · MOISTURE CONTROLLED · SOIL RETARDING M01HPROOHNG · PROVEN SAFE PROCESS · Y E A R S AHEAD IN EXPERIENCE · SKIUED TRAINED OPERATORS · LONGER CARPET LIFE! CARPET CLEANERS of"Pitta Couxfy 1650 E. 18TH STREET SUITE "L" DEEP S T E A M is a Trademark registered in U S Call! Ask About Our Conditional Guarantee ·,,,,·· ·-:·- -J-^£$VTidasr-- y vV#^v-;sfe:y%y; ·'*·;·. v -v' isv. ·;»· ·,a«M-.^j" !J i^l:·:·.·' ·*.· ^-- ": Si*.-^ ' BfStlNCTIVE FURNITURE HAY DEN S 3305 Nofth Freeway (Inlersloln 10 -- Southbound Rood) 8 8 8 - 5 0 0 1 One-half mile south of Prince Road on the Freeway Access Road The party went on, in spite of a sizzling 100 degrees. And what's more, people came! Undaunted by a still, hot summer night, hundreds of Tucsonians gathered Friday night at The Stables, a newly- opened section in the heart of La Placita Village. They were all guests of the eight tenants who have opened shops in the historic section, rehabilitated from mid-l9th century adobe structures that appear on the 1860 maps of the Old Pueblo as residences. Later used as horsesheds and a livery stable, the buildings are now stuccoed adobe in an ell-shape layout with two arched entrances to the inner courtyard upon which the shop doors open. Multicolored luminaiias lined the top of the building, and little lights twinkled on trees to set a festive mood for the private party. Several varieties of wine were served, as well as cheese and French bread. Hosts for the evening were shop owners -- Ken Williams who has El Pavo clothing store; Kris Nelson who operates Little Earth candle shop; Dionisios Sabalos, who gave every guest a flower from his Flores de la Placita; Al Berlat who has the Cimarron (Indian jewelry and crafts); the Clifford Hofmanns who own Mrs. llofmaim's, another Indian- inspired shop; Sheila Bramley and Gary George, who have a shop called Infinity (home accessories and pots); Barbara Noebel, who has Noebel Galleries; and Dave Bischoff of Dave's Photo. Strolling around the area were Jim and Barbara Grygu- tis (she did the ceramic signs in the complex and the architectural firm he works for designed La Placita), and Fred and Adela Paiafox (he did the rehabilitation of The Stables). "1 consider this work to be rehabilitation rather than renovation since we're adding things such as hot and cold water and heating and cooling," Fred explained. Dan Sakall, whose book "Love and Evil" has just been published, talked about an upcoming autograph party at Dale and Betty Ilaralsons'. Miriam and Dan Berlat were on hand to greet friends of their son Al in his Cimarron shop. Miriam wore some gorgeous jewelry -- a coral nugget necklace and gobs of turquoise and coral bracelets and rings. Karen Diebold looked attractve with her collection of Zuni bracelets and rings and a Santo Domingo necklace. The Jim Malisons were there, discussing the renovation of their new office building, which they say is supposed to be the third oldest building in town. It's located at Convent and Simpson, and Jim added that "we have had a ball working on it." Mike and Cissy Frakes chatted with Janet and Jack Davis, and Suzi Sneller, Alex Valdez, Richard Espinosa and Beverly Lambert listened t guitarist Jim Stanley. Pat and Richard Gordon brought their darling 18- month-old Shannon to admire the stained glass sign her father made for the Little Earth shop. Joanne and Paul' Bozzo arrived with their houseguests, three members of "Up With People." They arc Terry Goodwin of Nova Scotia, Zulie Visram from Tanzania, Africa, and Mark Brown of Philadelphia. Others, seen here and there, were Phil and Lorainc Whitmore and her sister Ann Que- bedeaux, Barbara and W.W. Davis, John and Virginia Tremaine, Charles McDougall, Pat and Dan Holmes, Ann Blake and Debbie Post. co1974 MBS1. / A big savings event for you and your hair. Our Half Price Perm Sale! Classic permanent Reg. $17.50, now $8.75 Beautiful body wave Reg. $20.00, now $10.00 Our deluxe wave Reg. $25.00, now $12.50 Conditioner special, $1.44 PH, 327-7392 BEAUTY SALOW At) perms include shampo and sec Timed or bleached hair slightly higher Appointments not always needed-but appreciated Use your Wards Charg-AII Ask about the 10°.o Perm Bonus Card 3601 E. BROADWAY - EL CON CENTER Save this ad and save money all month long. Week of July 1st Give us your tired, your wrinkled, your dirty shirts: Four for $1.49. (on hangers) Washed, pressed and handsome. Just the way you like 'em! Get a shirt on (a clean one, that is) and save nearly 20%. (Plus 5£ bundle charge) Week of July 8th Snuggle down in comfort... and save a big 20%! Bring in that old sleeping bag and we'll make it look and feel new again. We'll dryclean, fluff and steri lize it... and you'll save 20%. For pick up and delivery call 624-O445 For pick up and delivery call 624-O445 Week of July 15th Snuggle down in comfort... and save a big 20%! Bring in that old sleeping bag and we'll make it look and feel new again. We'll dryclean, fluff and sterilize it...and you'll save 20%. For pick up and delivery call 624-O445 » Week of July 22nd Save 20% on sport coats. Checks, stripes, solids...it doesn't matter. We'll dryclean and press 'em and return them ready to wear, and looking great! For pick up and delivery call 624-O445 Week of July 29th Save 20% on sport coats. Checks, stripes, solids... it doesn't matter. We'll dryclean and press 'em and return them ready to wear, and looking great! For pick up and delivery call 624-O445 Cleaners Oliver won't take you to the cleaners. Seventeen stores "Oliver" town

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