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March 10, 1991 | MICHELE FUETSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mary and Fred Buksa's sprightly blue bungalow on Iroquois Avenue in Lakewood won a grand prize last year in the city's house beautiful contest. This year, instead of helping them garner a prize, the rows of insatiable impatiens, the clusters of perky pansies and that fern in the front yard might prompt the judges to check the couple's water bill. In Norwalk, Hiroshi and Mitsuye Nakamoto were among that city's winners last year.
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June 3, 1989 | Clipboard researched by Kathie Bozanich, Susan Davis Greene and Rick VanderKnyff / Los Angeles Times; Graphics by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times
Gardening and general outdoorsiness around the house demand their own accoutrement just as much as any other passion. There are just some things you must have. And then there are some things that while not required can just be fun. Homeside tilling and outdoor living is filled with gadgets and gewgaws, labor-savers and ornaments. From the distinguised teak umbrella table to the pink lawn birds (wonder what John Waters is doing today?), garden stores are packed. Here's a sampling of what you can find at various spots around the county to either plant or assist you in your lawn/garden: Store: Builder's Emporium 3309 S. Bristol St. Santa Ana (714)
MAGAZINE
December 15, 1985
Your new Los Angeles Times Magazine is a disappointment. While it is considerably thicker than your previous magazine and carries a greater variety of stories, it does not have enough feature articles on homes. I realize that you have to provide wide selection to appeal to different interests. However, I feel that you have not done enough feature articles on homes and gardens. Home was always the first section I read. Please see what you can do about this. Vangie Madrid Anaheim
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