Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 21, 1965 · Page 9
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NEW LOCATION — Shown here are the new quarters of the Dutch Girl Cleaner and Laundry, 34 W. Colton avenue. Owners Henry Van Beek and Russell Ericks hove announced open house at the new location from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday ond Tuesday. Dry cleaning and shirt laundering equipment will be demonstrated in the facility located in a shopping center at the corner of Orange and Colton. Dutch Girl Cleaner, Laundry to hold evening open house Open house will be held Monday and Tuesday evening at the new Dutch Girl Cleaner and Laundry, 34 W. Colton avenue, it was announced today by owners Henry Van Beek and Russell Ericks. The new plant will be in full ; operation from 4:30 to 8:30 during the evenings to demonstrate " the modern dry cleaning and : shirt finishing equipment, the attractive customer area and the way in which the staff processes > customers' articles. '•.'fe^-" The two owners came to Redlands in 1959, when Van Beek purchased a drop-off type laun- • dry at 1123 Orange street, • know as the Launderette. He was joined in the business a short while later by his son- in-law, Ericks. In 1361 they added shirt laundering and dry cleaning services. By 1963 the Launderette had become known by the present name of the new facility and had outgrown the quonsct hul in which it was located. The present location became available early in 1965 and in March installalion of new equipment was begun. Van Beek came from Chicagoi gy g^y PAULEY with laundry ami dry cleaning, uPl Women's Editor experience dating back to thej fjgw YORK (UPl) — early 1930's. He received his training from his father's business. Three of his brothers are engaged in the same business in the Chicago area. Ericks, the junior partner, handles the establishment's pick up and delivery route efficiently, says Van Beek. Also associated with the Dutch Girl business is e.xperienced dry cleaner Don Drake. HENRY VAN BEEK RUSSELL ERICKS Ann Landers answers your problems Dear Ann Landers: I've known Warren a long time but he never asked me out until two months ago. On our first date he suggested that I meet him inside the movie because he might be late. He said, "I hope you won't mind buymg your own ticket." A week later Warren invited me to a concert and asked me to pick up a pair of tickets because my office is ne.\t door to the ticket agency. He said "f'll reimburse you, of course." Somehow it slipped his mind. He asked me to select a birthday gift for his mother. I spent S15. He keeps saying, "I must pay you for Mother's gift" — but I've yet to see the money. Twice I have been stuck for taxis because he didn't have anything smaller than a $20 bill. Last night he asked me to bring an extra pack of cigarettes because he hadn't had time to buy any. I've never known a fellow who behaved this way but when I am with Warren the skies are blue and I can hear the birds sing. Any advice for me?—DEFICIT DONNA Dear Donna: Have you listened to those birds carefully? I thmk they are saying "Cheap- cheap." Put an end to the bumming routine. If Warren disappears you haven't lost much. , Parents are people—they can Dear Ann Landers: Why do| be right and they can be wron peope who write a daily col- To help understand their view- umn insist on putting in a pic- PO'"t and to promote harmony turc of themselves—and a pic- at home, write for ANN LAND-| ture that was made 20 years, ERS' booklet, "How To Live! ago at that? No columnist whose! With Your Parents," enclosing! mug shot I've ever seen in the|«'ith y""'" request 20 cents in paper could be recognized froml^om and a long self-addressed.! his pictv.re. stamped envelope. The space your picture uses , Ann Landers will be glad to up could accommodate about S5J"'='P 5'"" ""h your problems. • • 'Send them to her in care of Redlands Daily Facts, P.O. Box 191. enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope. Copyright 1965, Publishers Newspaper Syndicate. We have been married 18 months. My husband's sons have borrowed money which I'm sure will never be repaid. They come over and drive his car out of the driveway without asking. They borrow his fishing equipment, walk off with his golf clubs, then complain be- catise the golf balls are old. My husband's daughter carried off my steam iron last week. When I asked her to return it she said, "I thought it was my mother's." I told her the iron was mine and she replied, "I dropped it and it's not worth fixing." Saturday she brought her three children over and said they'd be back for them Sunday afternoon. (They had made plans to go to the mountains and the sitter fell through.) My husband says I have to get along with them because they are his kids. How can I— and stiU keep my sanity?—8- BALL Dear 8: You can't do any thing about a father who is a shnook, but you don't have -to be one, too. Tell your stepdaughter to keep her pea-pickin' hands off your appliances. Refuse to allow her to dump her children on you. Let your husband know you will not allow his children to use you so shamelessly. Federal aid to be used in fighting crime WASHINGTON (UPD— Atty. Gen. Nicholas Katzenbach said today there is "widespread public alarm" about the increase in crime. He said Presi- d e n t Johnson's proposal to throw $10 million into a stepped up federal fight against crime could help turn the tide. Katzenbach testified before a House judiciary subcommittee on behalf of the administration's law enforcement assistance act. It would authorize the Justice Department to grant federal funds to laiblic and private agencies for studies Redlands Daily Facts Friday, May 21, 1965 - 9 Assembly votes to raise faculty pay SACRAMENTO (UPl) — The Assembly voted unanimously Thursday to raise state college faculty salaries by 10 per cent. The boost would cost $7.8 million. The lower chamber sent the Senate a bill, by .•Assemblyman Robert W. Crown. D-.'ilameda, who said "the slate college system is having a great deal ol difficulty — not only in keeping professors but in recruiting new and other projects aimed at Jones." improving law enforcement. ' Crown's original bill would Dolly in surprise GOSPORT, England (UPl) — Dolly, a 23-year-old mare owned by the Royal Navy at the dockyard here, has stunned the sailors by producing a fine foal. "I don't know how it happened," said keeper Robert Lee. "Tliere isn't another horse within miles. ..." have merely restored a 1.8 per cent salary cut that resulted from an administrative miscalculation. But the Assemblyman amended it later to provide for the pay boost. words. I would rather read what you say than look at your face. I suggest you drop the picture. Miss Landers. Thanks a lot. — PHOTOFINISH Dear Photofinish: The mug shots which appear with columns are printed not because the writer thinks he is beautiful, but because a picture helps the reader find the column immediately. When my column first began no picture was used. After several readers accused me of being a cigar - chomping male I asked my editors if they would run my picture. Now, aren't you sorry you said a those mean things? Dea]- Ann Landers: If you can tell me how to free myself of my stepchildren without losing my husband you are a miracle worker. Winn's Very Best Wishes for Continued Success to our Fine New Neighbors butch ^itl CLEANERS & LAUNDRY in fheir beau'tiful new surroundings from WINN'S DRUGSTORE Corner Colton and Orange Sis., Redlands Doctor fells of his hospital in Viet Nam Dr. lames W. Turpin's own war in Viet Nam is one fought against disease and deprivation. The physician - mmister, at 37, heads missions in Southeast Asia that provide medical treatment each month to 35,000 patients. The Kentucky-born Turpin is President of Project Concern, Inc., a on-profit relief organi- . , zalion which he founded in 1961 The firm is located in the; because "I needed something I shoppmg center at the northwes. „o^j^ t involved in. corner of the intersection of Col-' Treat Viet Cong Today, it operates out-patient clinincs in Hong Kong and runs a hospital, mobile clinic unit and medical training program in Viet Nam. The 25-bed hospital at DaMpao some 150 miles ton avenue and Orange street. The shopping center is al.^o occupied by Winn's Drug Store, the Bank of California, N.A., and Larry's Paint House. Van Beek said the cleaner and laundry offers complete dry cleaning service, as well as alterations and repairs on all Chi Minh Trail, the major tvpes of apparel and household;'"""•"a""" '•""'c of the Com- furnishings. 11 also provides cus-j "'""'st- ^''<=l Cong, lorn shirt laundering, washing i "We have Viet Cong patrols and finishing of wool and elcc-, going through." said "Turpin.i trie blankets and bed and table "We know we've treated some' linens and offers bachelor laun-; 3f the Cong, although (here's dry service;. | never been .such identification. 1 But (from them) the Commu-' EIGHT LEFT ' nisis know we are not giving' LOWELL. Mass. (CPI) - political^ indoctrination.'; .while on a state - wide visit io] see his wife and four children and for a cross-country tour to raise funds. Mrs. Turpin and the children -Keith, 14, Payton, 12, Scott, 7, and Jan, 6, had been with him in Viet Nam but Turpin said because of the ever-present danger from the Viet Cong they had returned to their Coronado, Calif., home. His wife is working toward a medical degree at California Western University at San Diego. "We plan to grow old together as doctors," said Turpin. The physician, 6 feet 2 inches :all with crew cut good looks, is a native of Ashland, Ky. He Allen sees increased bus fares studied for the mii|istry at, bus lines. Candler School of Theology, LOS ANGELES (UPD-How. ard P. Allen, district director of the Southern California Rapid Transit District, warned Wednesday that bus fares would have to be raised and service curtailed unless financing legislation was revived in Sacramento. Allen said unless the monies were authorized, the SCRTD construction in Los Angeles would be set back 10 years and an extra cost of S300 million. "We no longer can afford the luxury of our present bus service," he said. "If needed financial assistance is not forthcoming from Sacramento, we will i be forced to raise fares on our northeast of Saigon is on thej ^"""^y University, in Atlanta, Ga.. and also graduated from Emory's School of Medicine to follow in the career of his grandfather. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. cat laid one of its nine lives on the line early today when fire erupted in a row of three- story buildings. It woif. The cat leaped safely to tlie ground from a window. Turpin talked of the project IMPORT HOLLWOOD (UPD - England's Stanley Baker wiU co-star with George Peppard in Joseph top - floor I E. Lcvine's "The Sands of Kalahari." A FRIENDLY WELCOME to our new neighbors The Dutch Girl Cleaners From LARRY and RUTH IKERMAN of LARRY'S PAINT HOUSE 18 West Colton Ave., Redlands We are also in the Cleaning Business on the beautiful Winn Corner. For almost ten years in this location we have been proving that nothing cleans up a house quite so fast as a new coat of paint. It's always a pleasure to help you give your house that well groomed look with a lovely new color of freshly applied paint, A new point job will moke you feel as trim and well dressed as a suit or dress just home from the cleoners. V «ERICAS,NAri <.NU. •THEBANKOF CALlFdRMA Congratulati ons to the Dutch Girl Cleaners From Your & Laundry Next Door Neighbors Signed Warren Brant Manager Redlands Office American National Division Bank of California, N.A. 30 WEST COLTON AVE., REDLANDS CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 34 WEST COLTON AVE., REDLANDS Invites You to attend Monday. May 24th & Tuesday, May 25th - 4:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. Come and See Our Sparkling New, One-Stop On-The-Spot — Cleaning & Laundry Facilities, the Most Modern Operation in the Area. Money Saving Prices on Dry Cleaning FRIDAY, MAY 21st, SATURDAY, MAY 22nd, MONDAY, MAY 24, TUESDAY, MAY 25th Skirts * Shirts * Sweaters * Blouses * Slacks... 49c ea. • Suits and Dresses $1.19 ea. 3 DOOR PRIZES • Refreshments • Balloons for the kiddies (Children must be accompanied by parents)

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