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December 30, 1937

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PAGE TWO "TELL ABOUT YOURSELF" THERE'S DANGER OF FIRE FROM CELLULOID COMBS ~C~p:!nued from page I, col. 4) By Science Service gathering., at Santa Ana have been a \\hat starts out to be a ravishing fami]y custom for several years, wave may easily" turn into a ragtag Returning home Sunday morning, fire Anc[ from the fire women emerge our only regrets were that we werewith burned hair and flesh. not able to see other me:nbers of the Six cases of dreadful burns from ig- Wallace faufily and of the LeVitt faro- nition of celluloid coulbs are reported fly, or Mr. and Mrs. Truxton Ross, of in the forthcoming issue of the Jour- Hollywood, Truxton being well kuown hal of tile Anlerican Medical Associa- in Avalon; or Mr. and Mrs. Alex O.1- tion as a warning to women who seek son of Costa Mesa, they also having a beautiful coiffure by the popular beeu former residents here. W'e will water-wave nlethod. have to ulake other trips later to see Dr. Howard Fox, well known der- them. nlatologlst of New York City, describes So you nlay be sure that we had a the painful disfigurenlents of scalp, ,-,, . , face and body" that have come to his n~errYist~n~lst~l'laL~easlnwanl~IaxWei,?~ attention durang the last few years of " g ". ...... practice tinned, together with other loved ones, , ; ~ . . , . and our "nany friends in Avalon and . ln.,onty, vile OF s!x cases repo,:t.e~l m , " ,,.. ,.~ -,, ,, (tetan Old the accment occur 1tl a elsewnere a _crappy :~ew lear . ~ , . _ ' . . oeauty parlor; tile otllers were noule A very pleasant and ulterestmg ex-accidents llerienceduring our stay at Santa .q,~ure,f~ -f hvat ,,~od f~r clrvi,1 - xcvro . . . - ...... eo o_ ..e .... b ......... -...g ..e_e ~lomc,.i was the pnvdege of going an electric laml), a gas heater or a Uarougn the Douglas Anplane plant-- ,. ..... the organization which has made San- ""~" . .. . One wonlan who is permanently bald ta M omca to the world at large Per-. ....,.. ,- -- : ", . '. ore, a Jacge area oI 1.ile scalp aim lias sonally conducted by J C Vvallace " . " " " ' " ~, slowly healing burns on the forehead OUC ot tilewatch'nei1 we traversed t.__~'_ J ~ .~ ~. _t_~ _ ' _ " ~ IIOAI(I ;4111.1. Knee, tllOUg'llt SHe ~,ga~USlllg the greater part of the fourteen acres '-" rI r" kk 1_ ~ I "11 . na t.l ULIDer COUlDS. raoweve , t ey co~cl~d by the buddm~,s As depart ..-~ ~ . o-. ,. .- burned suddenly in au explosive :nan- lalent atter departulentwas lnspecte,d, nor 11 l]er the lent ~*f n amo ]n,voq - " r 't ............................. * ........ - the magmtude of the plants ~xas still . " "' . tigatlon proved that the combs were Iucther nnpl)ressed upon the mind A nl d .... '~ . , . a le ot cenuaoa(t. look at sonic ot the pl'tnes ilO'~g unfler ,a,. .,_ - _ . . . ." x ile other Woulen ,,vrlobe injuries re- construct~ouwhichwill carry twenty- .. , e : , ..... :..n c ', , ,.. - r qu:a e(l ironl a iew weeks to a *un IOUF pa~selae, er5an ala(latat)n to tile ...... , . . " year to heal and who are baht over crew reveals the wonderlul progress ~ren,~ ,ff',,u~ ~:70 did m~t reqliTe being made m tile manufacture of - .... they- were playing w~th t~re when they h~avmr than mr llymg machinesEven ..... " ~ -~ , ", -- " " r " ' put Celauaol(1 COlllDS in [new alalF anti the construction of a VVlng lS a ular- ant near an p] r'trit- lnnl~ ~T at,~ vel. it was an experience which will ~-'SaiTs'l~a:'.-a~ox~" "2"~ye'ilt~,i~l'"'c~;nabs lon~ be remenbered .I : " ~ ' H c burn'aimost instantaneously" and noise- ~. C. . o. lessly and set fire to the hail" before ' --~'-- the victimrealizes what has hap- NAVIGATION LESSONS pened." o Classroom~ on the high seas are SouthernCalifornia will once nlore scheduled for students in navigation be the nlecea ior worm renowned courses at the University of Southern golfers, following the aml,~,unce:nent California's downtown evening divi- that the 'rhirteenth Annual Los Ange- sion, University College, in the winter les Open Golf Tournament had been quarter starting January 3. Fran officially scheduled for Griffith Park Janseu, an old sea captain, will be the Municipal Course (Los Angeles) Jau- instructor in five courses in nautical uary 7-10, next. The Los Angeles astronomy, navigation, seamansh:p and Chatnl)ionship is open to all golfers, "slfi,s and the sea" accordine :o an- with or without club affiliations. En- e n Ernest ~&, Tie ,s try blanks will be available soon but nouncement by D a ~ g , . . , . . , head of the school Star and planetno entry will be consade,'ed officml un- observations, charting, use of the sex- less acconlpanmd by the regular $.~.00 taut, rule of the road, aspects of sea- entry tee, at was announce(t. nlanship necessary in the handling of ----- various types of ships at sea, saving Sh.h! of life at sea, accidents and their pre- "At church last Sunday morning," vention and marit me laware includ- says a newspaper in Vermont, "the ed in the host ot subjects to be treat- thou" tenor sang,I May N )t Pass ed ill the series of courses Classes This \Vav Again,' to the delight of the will be held in Bridge Hall, oil the ctmgregation]"--Christian Register. Trojan Uuiversitv Park campus, with --- practical ocean cruises if conditions Money made the mare go, all right, per:nit to Supplement the classroonlbut it takes more :honey to buy gas work. since the mare has gone~ " i=. .... , .......... .w ......... "";"" "" ...... ;i .............. "" ..... ' ":': ..... ; "" " '+" ..~..: .. ,,.. .................... : .... ...:.....,.~....~.,~.....:... : ........ ... .... .~. ..... ....... .... ...: . ~... .. .. ~.. ..+. .., " .. ~ I-"A-: - ": L~:." "- :+." +. ".+. q eat ,t ~ l.l ".+. .+. ".+. THE CATALINA CONVENTIONS TO BRING LOOK OUT FOR THEM 350,000 DELEGATES Rep,wts are cur:'ent that $20 Durin.,_, 1937 seventy-four conven-terfcit ;lOtes on the Federal l.ese~ tions, which will bring in the future Bank of New York are in cir, an esri:natcd attendance of 350,'~J del- P,o tile left of the Jackson portrait egates, were booked for Los Angeles, the face is a large black circular according to a report of the year'ssign with a large letter B inside. convention activities issued by -'*. G. the right of the p~,rtrait is a g Arno!i, sec:'etary and general lnauager}sury Sc?l. Just above sagna of the L*~s Angeles Chamber of COIU- Ill tor:ner 5ecretary of Treasury merce lower right hand corner of note Largest of the conventions, Arno pears snlall letter F;, followed b'. stated, is the American Legion nation- very small figure 9. Notes do not h al meeting-, which will be laehl in Sell- blue and red fibre or threads, but s tember 1938 and will attract almrox- have pencil maltat~ons of threads imatel~/ 200,t)iXi delegates. The S]Hin'e red and blue. c,,nvm]tion, set for June of next 3-ear, In lower right hand corner on b~ will bring in the neighborhood of 100,- just above and to the left of den0 O{)tt. national figured "20" a small nun~ ----o-- 27 appears on these counterfeits. "\Vhere's the capital of the United any one offers such a note, endea States ?" to get in touch with the police "hi Europe."--Lehigh Burr. l~artment, that they may investigate. ~~- STORE . [ ! .~:'~'., ~~~.~~.'~ .,.'~.'.~.~.'.~.'~~~ -- Compliments of o~ BESTMARKEI Will Meet You Next Week at 215 Metropole Avenue !~.~:+:~-':+.'-~:~ ~ ~ ~ .~-:~ ~.~ :':~ :+.:~ ~ ~-~'~:.~::+.'~ -~:~L~.~ ~ ~:~ ~i N THE TAILORED LAD Crescent and Metropole Avenues, in Boos Bros. Building