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THE lE 1V1cXN DX Y1

TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1949

JUST AS THE COMMERCIALS SAY:
Local Laundries Banish Housewife's Washday Blues
S* * * * * ** * *
By JACK BARENSE
Washday blues are non-existent
for those who have further com-
mitted themselves to the modern
world of specialization and mass
production by ,contributing their, ? k
few pounds of laundry to the tons
which weekly flow through Ann ,x>/
Arbor's commercial laundries.
The modern laundry plant is a
far cry from the individual house-
wife's meager utility room with s
a small washing machine, iron
and ironing board.,
* * *
A SUPER-WASHING machine
which handles 350 pounds of laun- *.
dry at once-compared with 8 to
10 pounds for the domestic ma-
chines - constitute the basic
equipment for any laundry, ac-
cording to M. Dalitz, manager of
one of the local plants.>

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FOR
SALE

He explained that their opera-
tion was merely a matter of
pushing the right buttons, in
cluding adjustment for the right
temperature and soap solution
to correspond with type and
color of the fabrics being
washed.
A modern laundry plant usually
has a large unit which purifies
and softens all its water, Dalitz
said. "Water is processed," he said,
"until its hardness is zero, which
is softer than rain water.
AS FOR PURITY, a bacteria
count of water which was already
used to rinse clothes revealed that
it was even lower than city water."
The enigma concerning how
a large laundry manages to re-
turn to each of its customers the
same clothes it received from

-Daily-Carlisle Marshall
FLAT IRON-Above is shown one of the huge stcam-heated machines used in an Ann Arbor
laundry to iron the not-so-fancy items such as sheets and towels. Each of the six rollers exerts a
pressure of 580 pounds.

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them was explained away by
Dalitz who said two methods
are used. The first consists of
stamping each piece of apparel
with a code number where the
mark will not show.

j } Susterka Lake0
HAYRI DE ARIE
Swimming and Picnic Grounds
Large Hall . Refreshment Stan H.RS dl
ANN ARBOR YPSIO
Phone 2-6055 Call 1038-W-2.

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With other items like handker-
chiefs, on which the customer
wouldn't appreciate a black laun-
dry mark, individual nets are used
as containers. These are tagged
for identification purposes.
* * *
"NETTING MAY be used trhiH
tect the stamped clothes too," said
Dalitz. "It minimizes wlearing and
possible tearing by the machines."
Laundries have eliminated the
housewife's problem of where
to hang the washed clothes to
dry by using large "'tumblers"
in which the dripping materials
are rotated for about 20 minutes
in a 160 degree temperature.
Another headache for many
housewives is ironing their hus-
bands shirts. To a modern laun-
dry this seems to be no particular

* * *
problem. Two women using special
steam presses can turn out nearly
a shirt a minute, according to the
plant manager.
* * *
DALITZ said that the biggest
saving for students who send outf
their laundry could be accom-
iplshed by taking advantage of
what he called the "student bundle
plan." Instead of pressing all the
clothes inclosed the laundry only
finishes the shirts and handker-
chiefs. These are charged for by
the piece while other items like
towels, and pyjamas are "fluf
dried" and charged for by the
pound.
"Laundry bills of people who
use the special system often are
50 per cent lower than they would
ordinarily be," Dalitz said.

BABY PARAKEETS which can be easily
trained to talk-$6.00. TalkingCocke-
tie $50 a pr. Canaries, bird supplies
and cages. Mrs. Ruffins, 562 S. Sev-
enth. )4
BETTER BUYS AT SAM'S STORE
Short sleeved sport shirts - sanfor-
ized, assorted colors $1.69. U.S Navy
"T" Shirts 49c. Army-type foot lock-
ers $9.99 (all taxes included). Suntan
pants, sanforized $2.66. Sam's Store,
122 E. Washington.
FOR FUN IN THE SUN
Tan Without Burning
Use TARTAN Suntan Lotion
Only 59c Greaseless Too!
CALKINS FLETCHER )5
Take a MICHIGAN Polo Shirt
to your Small Fry at home.
White $1.50 - Maize & Blue $1.75
BEE NICKELS SHOP, 7 Nickels Arcade
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1949 FORD 6 Business Coupe. Under-
coating, heater, windshield washers,
rear window wiper, other extras. 25-
0106. )5
MERCURY II CAMERA almost new.
Only 5 films taken. Original cost,
with case $85. Now $40. Ph. Hum-
berto at 2-4296, 727 Oakland. )53
1936 DODGE, 2 door sedan, clean, de-
pendable, .body in perfect condition,
original paint, good engine, heater,
good for vacation-requires no repairs.
Monaghan, 1017 Oakland, 7211. )52
GIRL'S BICYCLE -lightweight, excel-
lent condition. $20. Call Evelyn, 2-
0379. ) 50
FORD 1947 Super Deluxe V-8. Beauti-
ful car $1425. 2-9667 after 5.
GABARDINE SUIT, 31 waist, practical-
ly new, $30. W. C. Meecham, 1632
Darien, Willow Village. )49
1948 FORD 2 DOOR-Dual carburetors,
radio, heater, back up lights, fog
lights, spot light, low miles. R. H.
Eaton, 1463 University Terrace. )48
MOTORCYCLE-'38 Indian, must sell
by June 2. Name your price or swap
for anything on 4 wheels. 431 Vaugh-
an House. 2-5553. )47
SERVICYCLE-Graduating senior must
sell by June 4. Excellent condition.
Make me an offer. Call Paul Hiser
2-6324. )46
1941 OLDSMOBILE 6 - In shipshape.
Only $650 or nearest offer. Ph. 8156.
) 45
TWO BICYCLES in good condition, a
man's and a girl's. Reasonable. Call
Addie, 9388. )44
6 CYL. 1936 OLDSMOBILE 2 Door Se-
dan, good condition, $190, 1312 Olivia
St., Ph. 2-0665. )40
$850
24-ft. 1944 model trailer-roomy, well
insulated. Graduating student must
sell immediately. Can be seen any-
time at 2740 Packard; or call 6007
weekdays 9-5:30. Ask for Mr. John-
son. )39
FINE OLD BRICK HOME at Ann Arbor
limits. Beautifully remodeled, lot 100
feet by 300 feet. House 150 feet back
from the road among the trees. Pine
panneled recreation room with fire
place. Automatic gas, hot water heat.
Call Oril Ferguson, Realtor, 928 For-
est. Phone 2-2839 for detailed descrip-
tion of house. )38
1948 PLYMOUTH
STATION WAGON
Better Than New-Newly Broken In
$500 OFF LIST PRICE
or Best Offer This Week
1313 S. U. the PX )37
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
South State off North University
YOUR VACATION STATION
Choose your vacation-wear before
you go-you'll be glad you did!
CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTER - 1948
model complete with gear shift and
all extras. Used one summer. $195.
Call 7533 or 6252. )99
'35 FORD-'39 engine, radio, heater, sell
as is $125. 404 N. 5th Ave. after 6:00
p.m. ) 28
'35 FORD-'39 engine, radio, heater, sell
as is $125. 404 S. 5th Ave. after 6:00
p.m. Ph. 7659. )28

FOR SALE
STEARMAN-Must sell. Very good c
dition. Licensed until October. ME
an offer. Paul Smith, Ph. 7330.
FIREPLACE AND SMALL WOOD
Phone 4575
FIRST IN QUALITY
TELEVISION
Franchise dealers for RCA, Motor(
General Electric. and Stewart-W
ner. Aero Radio Sales & Serv
Phone 4997.
PERSONALS
SHORTS and peddle-pushers, corda
denim - $1.95 - $3.95
sz. 9-15, 10-16
RANDALL'S
309 State St.
TO OUR MISSING SALESMAN-We
decided to send you to E. Lansi
with the proposal of one Royal Po
able typewriter to every seat in1
U. of M. Office Equipment, 1116
Univ.)
COUSINS
STORE on STATE STREET
Wide Selection of Formals
greatly reduced. Real bargains!
ZEKE-- Clumb up over them thar h
and have thet goll danged watch fi
right in Ann Arbor at Jenks &
221 E. Liberty. Phone 2-6220. CIE
WITNESSES NEEDED
Students who witnessed auto accid
Wed., May 18 corner Geddes and F
est at 7:30 p.m., please leave na
at home of Sewell Platt, Ph. 6E
Is matter of great importance.)
NOTICE BLOOD DONORS
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL BLOOD BA
All students now on call as bl
donors at the University Hospi
who will be in Ann Arbor duringi
Summer should so notify the Ba
by postcard or telephone. Unless
Bank is informed that you are avf
able, you will not be called. N
registrations for students who will
available for the Summer Session
be accepted. Call the bank for
appointment. )
EXCESS HAIR removed permanen
by SHORT WAVE METHOD. Mar
Beauty Shop. Phone 2-6696. )4
SENIORS-Your last chance to get s
dent rates on TIME, LIFE, and FC
TUNE. Phone us now-Student P
iodical Agency, 2-82-42.
BABY SITTERS - Call Kiddie Ka
2-1903; if no answer call 25-7364. )
HELP WANTED
Us
SUMMER WORK
Students interested in pleasant su
mer work and top earnings. Cont
or write Mr. Zimmerman, Person:
Mgr. Realsilk Hosiery Mills, Inc.,I
troit 26, Mich., 411 Park Ave. BI
CA-4264. )4
RADIO CONTINUITY WRITER for,
ternoons and Saturday mornings on
Experience required. For appointm
call 2-5517. )
WANTED TO BUY
ROOMS for summer school for gradu
and business girls. Call 4410 or 64
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BUSINESS
SERVICES

FV Ir 1.nf L "~5 . .
HOT WEATHER SPECIAL--With an
easy to manage new permanent wave, FURNISHED APT. 2 blocks from cam-
cut and sty led especially for you, you pus. Available Juine 9 - Sept. 15. Call
can beat the summer heat. Our regu- Schulkin 9310 after 7 p.m. )42F
lar $15 permanent waves. ,ow$10.
$12.50 now $8.50. Rainey i Beauty 2 ROOM and ATH APT. for summer.
Salon, 1031 E. Ann. Air-conditioned. $25 per mont. f. C. Meecham.1632
Ph. 2-3725. Open evenings by ap- Darien. Willow Village. )41F
DOUBLE ROOM $3.50 per wk., well fur-
GOLF CLUBS AND BAG BOY nished, quiet, 2': blocks from campus.
Collapsible Carts - Johnny Malloy, Pro. Ph. 2-7981 or visit 318 E. Madison.
Ph. 4044 or 2-2058. )30B )43F
24 HOUR SERVICE by request. EXCHANGE or sublet new 3_ room fur-
ACE HAND LAUNDRY nished apart met June 15 to Sept. 15,
1114 S. University. Long Beach, Calif., Box 194 Daily. )40F
33B3DOUBLE and Single Room-Shower, for
TYPING DONE. Phone 2-3357. 418 summer and fall, 1101 E. Univ. )39F
VERY NICE 4-rm. and bath apt. for
TYPING SERVICE-Student papers, re- summer, 20 min. from campus. Rea-
ports, theses, dissertations, accurately sonable rent. Ph. Plymouth 1056 w.
done by experienced typists. For in- )37F
formation call 6197. )39B
APT. TO RENT between June 15 and
24-Hour Service by Request Aug. 20. Shower aind pvt. entrance.
HOME QUALITY SERVICE Call Mel after 7:00 p.m. 74R
215 E. Washington, Ph. 9035 )33B CAMPUS DISTRICT-Furnished apart-
ment for couple without children in
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE done on all exchange for work. Necessary that
typewriters. Moseley Typewriter Co., either man or wife be at home during
214 E. Washington. )23B the day. 928 Forest, Phone 2-2839.
)36F
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING LARGE SINGLE ROOM-Three blocks
Orders Taken for from campus, hot water, cooking fa-
Any Type of Uniform cilities, linens. Prefer year 'round
Reasonable Rates 2-2020 student. Phone 2-0749. )31F
)3B
LAUNDRY - Washing and/or ironing. \ ROOMS
Done in my own home. Free pick-up
and delivery. Phone 2-9020. )2B FOR RENT
FRAYED COLLARS
ARE OUT OF FASHION
Have yours turned for 50c a* SINGLE, large double for men for sum-
TUCKAWAY HOUSE mner, 1430 Cambridge. )1813
Z. Liberty at Maynard Phone 9582
Margaret Nickerson Martin )9 FOR WOMEN-Rooms with kitchen for
summer session, near campus. Call
LEARN TO DANCE 9244, 5:30 - 9:30 p.m. )76R
AMERICAN & Foreign Students (male)
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS one block from Mich. Union. Rooms,
209 5. State St. Ph. 8161 )5B with or without cooking. Everything
furnished, ph. 2-0482. )75R
CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-
ations. Prompt service on all altera- FURNISHED ROOMS for men teachers
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 E or graduates for summer and fall,
Washington, Phone 2-4669. )4B Close to campus and Union. Hot
water, showers, reasonable. 509 S.
Division St., near Jefferson. )70R

,, & Ar-In j .

FOR RENT

AXK LUST
and
FOUND
LOST-Pair of tortoise shell rimmed
glasses. Needed badly. 456 Jordan,
) 78L
LOST-Brown alligator wallet Friday
at League. Keep money, return wal-
let and contents. Ph. HelennSzlli.
2-7328. $10 reward. )77L
LOST-Jantzen windbreaker, tan, size
44. Phone 2-4591. Ted Harrison. )71L
LOST - Longines watch on Ann St.,
Thayer St., or Hill Ave., Thursday
night. Sentimental value. Reward.
Ph. 2-7512. ) 73L
GOLD HEART locket lost between
League and new Dorm. Ph. 2-6581,
Rm. 6507. Reward. 4)7L

APT TO RENT between June 15 and
Aug. 20. Shower and pvt. entrance.
Call Mel after 7:00 p.m. 2-0301. 74R
COMMENCEMENT Guest Rooms in pri-
vate homes. Call Room Bureau,
2-8827 from 12:30-1:30 and 6:30-7:15.
)1R
DOUBLE, suites and singles-for men
for summer, one block from Law
Club, 802 Oakland. )69R
BOOKS
FOR FINALS
Some Good Fountain Pens at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Blue Books and Scratch Pads
OVERBECK BOOKSTORE
1216 South University )
For the Best in Bookbinding
at a price you can afford
OLSEN'S BINDERY
325 B. Hoover Phone 2-7970

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_____ TRANSPORTATION BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

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WANTED-Riders to San Antonio, Tex-
as, soon after June 1. Call 2-1924 for
details. )41T
WANTED-Ride for 2 to Texas, leaving
June 4. Call Porter at 2-5644. )42T

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Metzger 's Restaurant
Where Good Food Insures
Your Health and Our Success
Domestic Beers and Wines

Sea Food Specialties at
Liberty Fish & Chips
restaurant
301 E. Liberty
Hours 11 A.M. - 12 P.M. 'til 1 A.M. Fri. & Sat.

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LUBRICATING

WASHING

203 E. Washington

Phone 9126

GEO. W. CAMP
Standard Oil Service
Packard at Hill Street
TIRES ACCESSORIES

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COTTAGE INN

WE SERVE THE BEST FOOD IN TOWN
Specializing in -
FISH AND CHIPS SHORT ORDE
STEAKS AND CHOPS QUICK SERVIC
Special Club Breakfasts - New Lower Priced Lun
512 EAST WILLIAMS PHON:
Just a few steps from campus

AS
CE
nches
B 5902

THE'FARM CUPBOARD
Specializing in FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS
Open Daily 11 A.M. to 9 P.M., Except Monday
5400 Plymouth Rd. (on the way to Detroit); Phone 9387

FOR SALE
1948 Plymouth
STATION WAGON
Better than new--
nicely broken in!
$500 off list price
or best offer this w/eek.
The "PX"
1313 South U.

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GRAINADA.

CAVE

Open Daily
7 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.

The LANTERN GARDEN
Near Michigan Theatre
Delicious Meals at Reasonable Prices
Chinese and American Cuisine
Closed on Mondays
PHONE 6380 FOR ORDERS TO TAKE OUT

3 Meals a Day for $1.50
CLUmB 211
18 Meals a Week . . . $9.00
Meal Tickets Available Daily at ...
J. D. MILLER'S CAFETERIA ... 211 S. State St.
Ieal /Iet Ca'(eteda
4--- DAILY SPECIALS ---
Breakfast, Monday thru Friday, 7-10 A.M.
Lunch 11 to 1 :30... Dinner 5 to 7:00
Sunday 12 to 2:30 and 5 to 7:00
Thru the Arcade - 338 Maynard Street

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OPPORTUNITY now for dentist in ac-
tive town. Suitable office sjlace for
rent at reasonable rate. Sunday in-
spection appointment arranged by
writing Mr. J. M. Plumb, 105 So. Wal-
nut St., Fenton, Michigan. )2E
ANN ARBOR DRAMA SEASON
OF 1949
OPENING TONIGHT
LUCILE
AWATSON
in
"NIGHT MUST FALL"
with
DONALD BUKA
Evenings 8:30
Thursday Matinee: 3:15
Saturday Matinee: 2:30
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
Shows Daily from 1:15 P.M.
Matinees 25c Nights 35c
LAST DAYI
"THE SNAKE PIT" '
at 2:50 - 6:05 & 9:20
Plus!
"I SURRENDER DEAR"
at 1:40 - 4:55 - 8:10
Starts WEDNESDAY . .
ZcGRIPPING SUISPENSE!
SGeorge William Marilyn *
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THE BETSY ROSS SHOP

Nickels Arcade
Saturday 7:30 - 2:30
Open 7:30 - 4:30 Monday thru Friday

THE TOPPER
Open 24 Hours a Day
FREE DELIVERY
from 8 P.M. 4 A.M.
On Any Order $1.50 and More
HAMBURGERS
HOME MADE Tender Knit
CHILI CsanIdwiches
TG- r Ai lis 111E m

Continu
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S& CANDIES, Inc.
RESTAURANT and CANDY SHOP
Reasonably Priced
I rI kiV .kI ,., J f IMMILDQ

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