Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 24, 1969 · Page 9
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 9

Redlands, California
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Monday, February 24, 1969
Page 9
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Redlandt Doily Facto Moodojr. F*. 24, 1M9 - 9! Landers Dear Ann Landers: I bave| a few su£8estioas for the gays «bo complained aixHit tlie stiort-' age of females at Michigan Technological University, otiiw- wise known as "Da Tech." I went tliere so I happen to know a little something about •The problem." ! First: If you guys would wash I your clothes once in a viiile it^ mi^t hdp. You feUom^ who complain the loudest about "no dapes up here" are the ones; who wear the same T-shirts and; jeans for a whole semester. li cannot promise instant results, boys, but I'm sure if you charming gentlemen were a shade! neater Uie giils wtxild be a' wiiole lot friendlier. Seccnd: If you guys would stop calling the coeds "Water Bufiak" in the scbool paper tbey might be easier to get akjog with. Ihird: I suggest you lads check the surrounding territory if you don't see anything you like in Houghton. My graduating dass in Finlander (a small town nearby) had 14 giiis and three boys. Eveiy girl in the class was better than avenge lookmg. Tkey oouU cook, sew. type term papers and iron diirts. Two o(j the girls had iathm on the Boughtoa poiiet force. (This can be one heck of an asMt) I hope you print tUs letter. Ann. Those creeps up there need to be wised up. — AN EX LOCAL MAKI Dear Ex: Thanks for the clue- in. I hojw somebody at Da Tech tacks this column to the bulletin board in the main halL It could change a tew lives. Dear Ann Landers: Our only daughter is manied and has two adorable chiUren. They live on the otiier side of the state It's a 0Md seven boar drive from here. Bettie Jo maiTied • aioe young man who hat a college diidoma. My husband can't stand him. I've tried to find out! why he dislikes Beftet so' much but all he will say is, "Ihe fellow's iMrthem accent gets on my nerves." I think our son-in-law talks right nice. I have DO troutde understanding him. but my husband inssts Herbert puts on (bat Yankee talk because he knows it robs some Southerners the WTong way. Bertie Jo and Hetbert come to visit us twice a year and stay for two days. I cant tril you bow I look forward to seeing our adorable grandchildren. This last trip was (he wtirst In less than an hour, my bus- band said something rotten to Heriiert. and Bertie Jo and I were tensed up all day kmg for fear the men would come to Hows. They left an hour ago and my husband didn't even say Saod4 )y. Be spent the last six bom sitting in his car lntfiwng to the rMfio. nease. Ann, tdl me what to 4s ^boot Ibis awful situation.— IBODBLE Of TENNESSEE Saw IkmAie: Take a boi or a IniB or m plane and 0> visit Bettie Jo ad ber funily at (bcir bane. You Aoidd not allow jwur hudiand's in^ieaded skMnsbness to ruin utat ought to be your happiest moments. And make no apcdogies when you leave. Confidential to blocked .\nd Oisappomted: Genuine goU rings can turn the finger green, too. Dearie. It has (b do with the alkaline balance of the in-i dividual, so reserve judgment. (Copyright 1969, Pub?L«hers-^ Hall SjTJdicate) Cofe fo be built over freeway LOS ANGELES (DPI) — The State Highway Commissioa Friday approved the state 's first large-scale use of freeway air space by agreeing to constiue- tion of an elevated restaurant and bar ov« a Sacramento f.-ee«ay. The two-story cafe, proposed by devd(^>er El Camino Fonda Inc.. would resemble a mud»room on a long stem ptojectiag from between two ctevated sections of freeway. It would overlook and Stan traffie lanes of bcsy Inientate M. Under tenns of «be 2S • year lease, (he state win receive at{ least (8,700 a year ataitiiv Apca 1, iSm, or sooner depend- iac on when tbe basiness is Itaa lease also calls for pay- •t to the state «C a peracot. »at iie fateqsiie't vast in- I eC iRMfioe. So- nei «abe Sage's bi OlieMonlhSale Prices Effective Sun. Feb. 25- Sat., Mar. 1. mo- Subject to Stock on lf"nd'. telJKtESbwii SMii UKffO^ DeHmftHiilMAiie. SMIIBMAnMO 450 E. Cypress FooduHftWilloff MALTO 5222AriMSkNi nVBtSIDE

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