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f PASADENA POST, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1943 South Pasadena Sets New Low Water Rate To Aid Victory Gardeners v Roy Crocker Is Elected SOUTH PASADENA, Jan. 28. Roy P. Crocker, attorney, of 1015 Highland Street, last night was reelected president of the Los Angeles County F.epublican Assembly at its annual dinner in the Clark Hotel. Other officers chosen are G. Eevclle Harrison, Mrs. Marie Holden, Howard Roberts, Mrs. Mildred Biddick, H. D. Brown, Roger Arnebcrgh and Van C. Hogan, vice-presidents; Don B. Tatum, secretary, and Ben McNeill, treasurer. Raymond Haight and Leland M. ford addressed the dinner meeting. TRAFFIC FATALITY HELD ACCIDENT MONROVIA, Jan. 28. A coroner's jury yesterday rendered a Verdict of unavoidable accident, at the inquest into the death of John M. Murphy, Monrovian, who Was killed Thursday night when struck by a Pacific Electric train hear Bradbury Avenue. The train crew was exonerated. Prevent PROTEIN HUNGER with ' Help Guard Your Family Against Deficiency of Urgently Needed Proteins Lost Through Fating Less Meat! Make sure your' family, growing children especially, get adequate Proteins! For without them, children simply cannot grow property, have good firm flesh, energy! Adults must have Proteins for stamina, resistance, vitality! Actually, whole-grain oatmeal leads all natural cereals Get 50 Mere Servings QUAKER OATS 1 lb. veal (ground) 4 lb. bacon (ground) OR, use l'i lbs. veal (ground) and 4 tbs. shortening yi cup boiling water 1 small onion (ground) 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon celery salt Dissolve bouillon cube in water and allow to cool. Combine with all other ingredtents thoroughly. Pack in greased loaf pan. Brush with melted fat. Cook in medium hot oven 350 F.) for 1 hour. Serve plam or with tomato sauce. (Serves 6.) United States Save and Whether you buy Tax Savings Notes, or put the money away in the bank, or work out aome other plan don't delay. For your country's good and for your own protection, start some regular income tax savings program on your next payday. And then keep it up. Start a Savings Account NOW With The First Ifeu st and Savings Bank OF PASADENA Colorado at Madison Colorado at Garfield Charity Drive Over Quota SAN MARINO, Jan. 28. San Marino today was over the top with Us War-Chest campaign, having exceeded its quota of $8255 by $1692.50, according to unofficial reports made by Dr. P. Martin Baker, campaign chairman. The sum of $9375 represents money collected by house-to-house solicitors, plus the advance gifts. All requests from war agencies can be met with the contributions now on hand, Dr. Baker stated. Distribution of funds received over and above the budget requirements will be considered by the Community Council. VICTIMS IDENTIFIED ORDWAY, Colo., Jan. 28. (INS) Identities of the 10 victims of the crash of a B-17 Flying Fortress that fell in flames Sunday near Ord-way, in Southeastern Colorado -were revealed today by authorities at the planes temporary base at Pueblo. They included 2nd Lt. Norval W. Kelley, Richmond, Cal., and Staff Sgt. Charles J. Burris, Whittier Cal. frWM hm uvii & I II in body-building Proteins! Furthermore, it is triple-rich in vital Vitamin Bi also needed daily by children for -normal growth, by everyone for energy I Give your family a big hot breakfast of Quaker Oats daily I Children simply love it! Get a package, today! !n proportion to Calori.i b With This Delicious VEAL LOAF1 2 tsp. Worcestershire Sauce 1 bouillon cube 1 egg (well beaten) teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon paprika cup catsup 1 cup Quaker or Mothers Oats (quick or regular, uncooked) S Y i' m r 1 504 OUT OF 514 food authorities recommended a HOC breakfast for growing children and working adult in recent nationwide survey t Treasury says: Save Now California's Child Welfare Laws Outlined To Clubvomen SOUTH PASADENA, Jan. 28. Californias laws pertaining to the care and welfare of its children were explained to tne News and Views Forum of the Woman's Club yesterday by Mrs. O. H. Spradling, child welfare chairman of the public welfare commission. California laws are the best in the nation, she said. The welfare and institutions code defines the laws controlling conditions under which children may live outside their own homes. The state department of social wel- fare is vested with the authority to administer these laws and make rules and regulations to see that they are enforced. They may delegate their authority to a properly accredited agency in the various counties. No Law For Private School In Los Angeles County it is the public welfare commission which investigates, licenses, regulates and supervises all homes where children are cared for in the absence of their parents. This includes foster care, full time or day care, day nurseries and homes where mothers and children live if the mother is employed and the children left in the care of the foster mother. Unfortunately, there is no state law to regulate the private school and this lack is responsible for many regretable incidents. In addition, stated Mrs. Spradling, Los Angeles County has other programs of care for its children. The forestry camps operated by the probation department in conjunction with the county forestry department have made an outstanding contribution to the welfare and rehabilitation of young boys between the -ages of 16 and 21. They have a well developed program of work, recreation and education, capably administered. There is a growing need for a similar program for younger boys and also for girls. Can't Forget Handicapped Continuing, Mrs. Spradling said, we must not forget the unfortunate child who is mentally or physically handicapped. Many of these are cared for in private homes and in such institutions as Pacific Colony and Spadro. Mrs. Harry Archbald opened the forum with a last-minute analysis and interpretation of current events. notice of hearing of petition for probate of will No. P-5198 In the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County i of Los Angeles. In the matter of the- estate ,of WILLIAM G. SMITH. Deceased. . Notice is hereby given that the petition of MIRIAM KLANIECKA for the probate of will of William G. Smith, deceased, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to petitioner will be heard at 2 oclock P. M., on February 15. 1943, at the Court Room of Department Pasadena ''A" of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Los Angeles. Dated January 22. 1943. J. F. MORONEY, Countv Clerk. By R. H. FISHER. Deputy, j McEACHERN & RITCHIE. Attorneys for Petitioner, 534 Fust Trust Build-I ing, Pasadena. i First publication, January 24, 1943. P.124 Daily 2 2. NOTICE OF INTENDLT)-MORTGAGE Under Section 34tn civil Code of the I Slate of California. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: ! That OEDEKERK & CLAVIN. INC., a corporation. Mortgagor, whose address is 707 South Raymond Avenue, in the City of Pasadena. County of Los An-igeles, State of California, intends to I mortgage to UNION BANK & TRUST CO.. OF LOS ANGELES, Mortgagee, whose address is 760 South Hill Street, I in the City ot Los Angeles. County of I Los Angeles, State of California, the , following described personal property, to-wit: I All the Furniture. Fixtures. Machinery and Equipment of a cerium I inanuiaeluring, known as Oedekerk & ('lav in. Inc., and located at 707 South Raymond Avenue, in the City of Pasa-jdena. County of Los Angeles, State of jCahlornia, and that an executed mart-gage of the same will be delivered and the consideration therefor paid at 10.00 o'clock A. M.. on Wednesday, the 3rd day of February, 1943, at the escrow department of the Union Hank Sc Trust Co., of Los Angeles, at 760 South Hill St in the City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, Slate of California. Dated January 23, 1943. OEDEKERK Sc CLAVIN. INC.. Mortgagor. Bv DAVID CLAVIN. President. ALFRED LUDWIG, Secretary. Publish January 29, 1943. ( J-1213) (54355) NOTICE OF HEARING OK PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL No. 219944 In the Superior Court of the Slate of California in and for the County of Loa Angeles. In the matter of the estate of JAMES W. BRADWAY, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of HERMAN! W. BRADWAY for the probate of will of James W. Brad-way, deceased, and for the Issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to petitioner will be heard at 9:15 o'clock A. M., on February 15, 1943, at the Court Room of Department 24. of the Superior Court of the State of California, In and for the County of Los Angeles. Dated January 25. 1943. J. F. MCVRONEY, County Clerk. Bv B. BARRETT, Deputy. R. L. ANDERSON, Attorney for Petitioner, 317 West Main Street, Alhambra. California. First puhlieation January 27, 1943. r. 1 27 Daily 2 5. Schilling PUT WAS STAMP! ON YOUR SHOPPINO LIST awards. Annual Boy Scout Week, during which the anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America is observed, begins Feb. 6. As a climax for Boy Scout Week there will be an impressive exhibit of accomplishments by local Scouts in the Masonic Hall. This event, sponsored by members of Troop No. 5 and their Scoutmaster, Bob Chambers, will be from 3 p. m. to 10 p. m. Saturday, Feb. 13. It will be open to the public without admission charge. Finally there will be the semiannual trip to Camp Huntington for Arcadia Scouts on Feb. 18 and 19. LYON VAN & storage COMPANY of pasadena Notice of Sale , , . " , . Default having been made in the payment of advances and accrued storage charges, and legal demand lor payment having been made, notice j hereby given to the following person or persons, that the articles set opposite ot below their names, wilt be sold at public auction to the highest bidder. I ,e Mission Laundry Corporation, will on Fiiday, Febiuary 5. 1J4J, at thej,e jjgjcj at its principal place of busi-warehouse, 55 South Marengo Avenue, ( 1L.SS at 309 South Raymond Avenue. Pasadena. California, said sale begin - - ning at the hour of 10 A. M. Martin. J. H. and heirs Lot No. 1357 $162.05 1 St. Regis Grand Piano. Pasadena Post, Jan. 22 & 29, 1943. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROP ERTY AT PRIVATE SALE No. Pasadena P-5129 Ir the Superior Court of the Stale California, in and for the County ol of Los Angeles. In the Matter of the .Estate of JESSIE T VENESS. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. Executor of the estate 'los Angeles, of Jessie T. Veness, deceased, will sell jn tpe Matter at private sale to the highest bidder upon the terms and conditions hereinafter mentioned and subject to con- of . the F.state RACHEL E. WEBSTER. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the peti- - Hn of Alice Cole Jaeger and Irene fumation by said Superior Court on, Cole Attig for the Probate of Will of or after February 8, 1943, at the hourjRachel E. Webster, Deceased, and for of ten o'clock A. M. or thereafter the issuance of Letters of administra-within the time allowed by law. at theition with the will annexed thereon to office of CRAWFOHD& BROWNE, petitioners will be heard at 2 o'clock attorneys, 222 Security Building. Pasadena. California, all right, title, interest and estate of said decedent at the tune of her death, and all tight title and Interest that said estate had, acquired, by operation of law or otherwise, other than or in addition to that of said decedent at the time of her death, in and to the real property described as follows: Lot 27 and the North 13 feet of Lot 28 of Tract No. 4726. in the City of Pasadena. County of Los Angeles, Slate of California, as per map recorded in Book 50, Page 60 of Maps in the olfice of the County Recorder of said County. (Known as: 1099 North Hudson Avenue. Pasadena, California.) ' The terms and conditions of sale: Cash In lawful money of the United States; ten per cent of the purchase money to be paid at the time of the sale; balance on confirmation of sale, or as may be contracted for. The purchaser is to assume the payment of, and take the property purchased by him. subject to all the State and County taxes, and all assessments of whatsoever name or nature which are now or may become hereafter chargeable to or a lien against the property purchased by him. All bids must he in writing and may be left ot the office of CRAWFORD & BROWNE, Attorneys at Law, 222 Security Building, Pasadena. California, or may be delivered to said Executor personally in said County of Los Angeles, or may be filed in the oil ice of the Clerk of this Court, at any time after thb date of this notice and before the making of the sale. Dated: January 18, 1943, CITIZENS COMMERCIAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OF PAS-. ADENA, Bv H. H. LEHMAN, Executor. CRAWF6RD & BROWNE. 222 Security Building, Pasadena, California, Attorneys for Executor. First publication January 20, 1943. P 120 Daily 23. y n pure VmiiUu For delicate, alluring goodness ia whipped cream or custard sauce to serve on cake, use Schilling pur t Vanilla. The flavor won't cook out. City Uphold Zoning Law In Test SOUTH PASADENA, Jan. 23 Because fhe majority of the city council was in favor of upholding the zoning ordinance, the council, in a three to two vote last night denied Mrs. Carl A. Hanson permission to operate a foster home for children at her home, 1228 Stratford Avenue. The two councilmen who favored the proposal were Mayor Andrew 0. Porter and Councilman David Butler. Mrs. Hanson, who has .three children of her own, has been licensed by the stale to provide a foster home for children. At present she is caring for three children of one family and another child who is recovering from lockjaw. A foster home is not supposed to include more than six children. Grant Time While Mrs. Hanson will not be able to continue operating the home following the council's action, the council indicated that they will not force her to give up the children immediately, Mrs. Hanson said efforts were being made to keep the three children together until they can-join their parents in Yosemite in March. The Pasadena Welfare Association asked her to take care of the children, it was pointed out. Under state laws, foster homes cannot be in a commercial district. During the hearing on Mrs. Hanson's application, numerous residents and property owners gave their reasons for opposing the home. It was felt that any relaxation of the zoning under a temporary permit would ; ;njLlre the reputation of the area as a residential section. Joseph A. Mellon, regional planning commission consultant, said that it was not a good policy to let sentiment rule. There are always people who want to invade snglc family zones, not referring particularly to this case, he said. Promiscuous granting of permits contrary to zones does, in effect, make the zoning ordinance invalid, he declared. Exceptions Told A reasonable request for change in zoning would be in the category j0 an exception, he said. It would have to be shown that the prop- jerty can no longer be used for I the purpose for which it was zoned. j . . ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS MEETING MISSION LAUNDRY CORPORATION, 309 South Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, California As provided in the bylaws, the Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of ... . ... Secretary and Treasurer, First Publication January 16, 1943. P 116 Daily 129. iv - nricE OF hearing op putiti'iiv FOR PROBATE OF WILL N'o. P-5202 In the Superior Court of the Slate of California in and for the County of P. M., on Feb. 15, 1943, at the Court Room of Department Pasadena A of the Superior Court of the Slate of California, ui and for the County of In the Superior Court of the State of Calitornia in and lor the County ol Los Angeles. In the matter of the estate of EVA F. KNOWLTON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the peti-AVtoinevs foV'pe5!fn.?c eilV'c l,ion ot MRS. MAE HAKHIGAN lor Bl U,IOIier' s,ecury the probate of will of Eva F. Knowlton. deceased, and for the issuance ot Letters Testamentary thereon to peti Los Angeles. Dated Jan. 25. 1943 J. F. MORONEY. Countv Clerk. s.r.o,RV. R',H- FISHER, Deputy. MERRIAM. RINEHART Sc MERRIAM. Attorneys for Pe ' Bldg , Pasadena. Fust Publication January 27, 1943. P 127 daily 25. NO 1 ICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE No. P-4941' In the Superior Court of the Slate of California m and for the County of Los Angeles In the Matter of the Estate of GEORGINA B. WOOD, Deceased. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned, the administratrix with the will annexed of the estate of the above named decedent will sell, at private , P 1 '27 Daily 2 5. sale, to the highest bidder, upon the NOTICE OF HEARING OK PETITION terms and conditions hereinafter mentioned. and subject to confirmation by the said Superior Court, on or after the 13lh day of February, 1943, all the right, title, interest and estate of the In the Superior Court of the State of .. . California in and for the County of said Georgina B. Wood, deceased, at' Los Angeles. the time of ner death, and all the I In the matter of the estate of right, title and interest that the said;ERNEST H- LOCKWOOD. Deceased, estate has by operation of law or Notice is hereby given that Title Inotherwise. acquired, other than or in Isurance and Trust Company, executor addition to that of said deceased at the time of her death, of, in and to that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate in the County ot Los Angeles, State of California, and more particularly described as follows, to wit: Lots one (1), two (2), three (3), eight (8), nine (91, and ten (10) of M. E. Wood's Gardena Tract. In the County of Los Angeles, Slate of California, as per map recorded In Book 10. Pago 172 of Maps, In the office of the County Recorder of Los Angeles County, California. The terms and conditions of sale are: Cash m lawful money of the United Stales of America, ten per cent (10';. 1 of the purchase money to be paid at the time of the bid, balance on confirmation of sale, or as may be contracted for: purchaser to assume the payment of and take the property purchased subject to all the Slate, County and City taxes, and all assessments of whatsoever name or nature which are now or may hereafter become chargeable to or a lien against the property purchased by him All bids or offers must be In writing and may be left In the offices of Rlccardl, Webster Sc Donahue, 311 First Trust Bldg,, Pasadena, California, or may be delivered to the said administratrix personally in said County of Los Angeles. Stale of California, or may be filed In the office of the Clerk of this court, at any time after the first publication of this Notice of Sale. Dated: January 29th, 1943. ANNA C, FRENCH, Administratrix with the wif) annexed of the estate of Georgina B. Wood, Deceased . RICCARDI. WEBSTER Sc DONAHUE, Bv WILLIAM J. DONAHUE, Attorneys for said administratrix, 311 First Trust Bldg., Pasadena, Fust publication January 28, 1943. P 128 Daily 211. FIRST COMMUNITY MOVE MADE TO PROMOTE FOOD War Garden Farmers Will Apply For Cut Rates After Final Ordinance Reading SOUTH PASADENA, Jan. 28. Reduction in water rates for victory gardens of 1000 square feet or ir ? will be effective when an ordinance which was given first reading by the city council last night is adopted. The minimum rate aUy present is 500 cubic feet for $1. Under terms of the proposed ordinance, victory gardeners must pay the $1 rate for the 500 feet, but additional water will cost only 8 cents instead of the prevailing 13 cents. Procedure Outlined The procedure will be as follows: Victory gardeners will apply for the SAN MARINO, Jan. 28 Rcgis-victory garden water rate at the trations today were still open for city hall, stating the area of their women air raid wardens who are garden. Water department officials' being trained here to serve during' Oregon. Dr. Currey, who died in will check the garden and approve; the daytime. I 1926, was president of the Oregon or deny the request. It is possible Mrs. Herbert D. Ivy, chairman of State Medical Board for eight an additional reduction will be human resources and skills of the ; years and later became assistant made for large victory gardens, such Civilian Defense Council asks! surgeon general of the United as those planted on a vacant lot, city j women interested in the course to' States Public Health Service. officials said. The ordinance will be given second reading Feb. 10. Guy R. Kendall was reported ... . as the new chairman of the War Trice and Rationing Board succeeding Superintendent of Schools Roy Simpson, temporary chairman. , Open Road Bids Bids were ordered opened on . , . . . - . .. W. M, Houghton have, appointed a Feb. 10 for planing the north and .... , , . , ' . y I chief air warden and at least two south roadway of Huntington Dnve. . , . . , . .limn luauw j . i assistants to serve m each of the Request of local swing shifters j6- aro0s for use of the American Legion clubhouse Saturday from 11:30 p. m. until Sunday morning for a dance, was granted, subject to approval of the American Legion and the police department. ROOSEVELT SETS TRAVEL MARK WASHINGTON, Jan. 28. (U.PJ His trip to North Africa makes Mr. Roosevelt the travelingest president in history, putting him way out in front of the late William Howard Taft who had held the record. Mr. Roosevelt's newest journey boosts to well past the 200.000-mil? mark the record of his travels as president. His previous visit to foreign soil was in 1936 when he toured South America. He went to Canada later in the same year. NEW TOWEL RACK When idle the horizontal bars of a new kitchen towel rack drop back into a vertical tube fastened to a wall, preventing collisions with them in dark rooms. NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND CODICILS No. P-5193 In the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of Los Angeles. hr the matter of the estate of GEORGE D. DUTTON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of SECURITY-FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES for the probate of will and codicils of George jj. Dutton, deceased, and for the issu- ance of Letters Testamentary thereon to petitioner will be heard at 2 o'clock P. M., on February 15, 1943, at the Couit Room of Department Pasadena 'A'' of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the 'County of Los Angeles. Dated January 18. 1943. J. F. MORONEY. County Clerk. Bv B. L. ROGERS. Deputy. BROOKS GIFFORD. Attorney for Petitioner, by LUTHER M. REED, 207 Security Building, Pasadena. First publication January 20, 1943. P. L 20-Da iiy 1,29. NOTKEOF HE A K I NG OF PETITION foil PROBATE OF WILL No. 219934 tiuner will be heard at 9:15 o'clock A. M., on Februaiy 11, 1943. at the Court Room of Department 24. of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Los Angeles. Dated January 25. 1943. J. F. MORONEY, County Clerk. Bv H. L. DOYLE, Deputy. G..W. DEN1STON, Attorney tor Petitioner, 430 South Broadway, Los Angeles. California. First publication January 27, 1943. of the last will and testament of said deceased, has filed herein its verified pel i noil for leave to lease the real property hereinafter described: and that February 23, 1943, at 2 oclock P. M., in the Superior Court of the Stale of California, in and for the County of Los Angeles, Department Pasadena "A thereof, has been fixed as the time and place for the hearing of said petition, when and where any persons interested In the said estate may appear and show cause, if any they have, why the order should not bo made. Reference is hereby made to the said petition for further particulars. i Said real property Is described as follows, to-wit: That portion of Lot One (1) In Block J of the San Pasqual Tract, in the Cilv of Pasadena, County of Los Angeles, State of California, as per map recorded In Book 3, Page 315, Miscellaneous Records of said County, described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the east line of Los Robles Avenue, as now located seventy (70) feet wide, wdtli the south line of Colorado Street, as now located one hundred (100) feet wide; thence Fast along said South line of Colorado Street, one hundred fifty-four and seven hundreths (154 07) feel: thence south parallel with said east line of Los Robles Avenue, two hundred (200) feet; thence west parallel with sad south line of Colorado Street, one Conserve your Office Equipment by our Modern Rebuilding Department. "Factory Trained Mechanics. Parker Typewriter Co. Iff Years Experience" Ha, 156 East Colorado Street mm. Daytime Air Raid Wardens Are Sought call Sycamore 3-6466. List Requirements Each etirollee is required to at - :lend 811 the tor civilian de- jfensj training and take a couise in standard Red Cross first aid before she receives her equipment and of- licit.! rating, Mrs. Ivy explains Mrs. Ivy and her assistants, Mrs Earl Dow, Mrs. Andrew Dunlap, Mrs. H. M. Rousselot and Mrs. Lt. R. Bruce, certified civilian defense instructor of the County Defense Council, will give six lectures and demonstrations to teach the wardens the special skills and techniques in handling incendiary bombs; protection for war gas and its identifications, and what to do when the heavier demolition explosive type of bomb is used. Becoming familiar with all types of bombs and their effects is expected to aid each warden in making an intelligent analysis of the situation in case of attack and to transmit that information clearly and concisely to the control center, it is explained. Classes Being Held Civilian defense classes are being! held Tuesday mornings in the! Huntington School Auditorium. Mrs. Ivy reminds those women who are anxious to serve in some capacity, but who have not yet found a job, that the registration for this patriotic service is still open. hundred fifty-four and seven hundredths (154.07) feet to said east line of Los Robles Avenue; thence north along said east line of Los Robles Avenue, two hundred 200j feet to the point of beginning. ' Dated January 23, 1943. 1 J. F. MORONEY. County Clerk. By R. H. FISHER, Deputy IIAHN & HAHN, Attorneys lor Petitioner. 898 Security Bldg., Pasadena. First Publication January 26. 1943. P1 '26 daily 24. NOTICE OF hearing OF PETITION FOR PROBATE OF HILL No, P-5205 In the Superior Court of the Stale of California in and for the County of Los Angeles. In the matter of the estate of MARY L. CLARK, also known as Mary Luclla Clark. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the peti. tion of Edith H. Withered for the Probate of Will of Mary L. Clark, etc , Deceased, and for the issuance of Letters testamentary thereon to petitioner will he heard at 2:00 o'clock P. M., on Feb. 15, 1943, at the Court Room ot Department Pasadena 'A of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of los Angeles. Dated Jan. 27, 1943. J. F. MORONEY. County Clerk. Bv R. H. FISHER. Deputv. RICCAKDI, WEBSTER Sc DONAHUE. Attorneys for Petitioner, 311 First Trust Bldg., Pasadena. First publication January 29, 1943. PL29 Daily 27. CANT WAITTOOETMr 'GROPUPinthe ,new MEAL FORM f, AwkM Seal ol Approval by American Veterinary Medical and Animal Hospital Associations gro-pup, a dog food experts indorse, now comes in meal form, too, the way many dogs prefer it. Made from the same famous formula that makes ribbon form GRO-PUP a favorite in thousands of homes, it contains every vitamin and mineral necessary for a dogs growth and vigor. Right for dogs of all ages! They love it! Economical, also. Two boxes, fed as directed, is all you have to buy to feed an average 15-lb. dog for one full week. Get gro-pup at your grocers in either meal or ribbon form. Mad by Kellogg's in Battl Creek Lulu Currey Rites Held MONROVIA, Jan. 28. Funeral rites for Mrs. Lulu B. P. Currey, 78, pioneer Monrovia resident, who died Friday at the home of her son in Los Angeles, were conducted yesterday at the W. A. Brown & Son Mortuary. Interment was in the family plot at Live Oak Cemetery. Mrs. Currey came to California as a small girl from Texas. Her father, Dr. Elbert Tinney, practiced medicine in Monrovia for many years and was one of the first citrus ranchers of that vicinity. With her husband, Dr. Her-schel E. Currey, Mrs. Currey lived the greater part of her life in I jjrSi currey was a charter mem- ber of jmrnanuel Presbyterian ; Church of Los Angeles and was ac- tive on ,he missionary committee. gle jeaves two sons, p;nney A. Cur- , rgy of Los AngeeSi and Herschel E. Currey, Jr., of Portland, Ore.; a jdaughtci. Miss Edith 'S. currey.' of i Los Angeles; a brother, Elbert Finney, Jr., of Monrovia; also three ! grandchildren. To place a WANT-AD just Dial SY. : 2-31 11 and ask for a trained Want-Ad laker. DOROTHY GRAY Dorothy Gray BLUSTERY WEATHER LOTION - grand help against chapped hands, face, elbows! A smooth powder base. Stock up now. Double value ! Limited Quantity Toiletries Department i fj i Friday and Saturdays Food Items Fish Filet of Sea Bass Barracuda Yellow Tail Oysters Lobsters Delicatessen Ham Spread ...lb. 49c Pimiento Cheese-Sliced ... 1 2 lb. New England Ham Sliced . . . J2 lb. Liederkranz Cheese . . . portion y fpi E 1 a hi $ & Bakery - Candy Lemon Meringue Pie 33c Chocolate Devils Food Layer Cake. . 59e Fruit Hermits, 2 dz. 25c Jumbo Salted Pecans $1.25 Regular $1.39. Candy Fruit Slices Assorted .... lb. 69c Grocery Sweetheart Toilet Soap, reg. bar, 3 for 20c Minute Tapioca 8-oz. pkg 13c Old Monk Colossal Red Garnishing Cherries ....10-oz. 30c Fruit Vegetables .Fancy Italian Squash lb. Eiftra Fancy Winesap Apples ... 2 lbs. Brussel Sprouts, lb. Sweet Potatoes . .2 lbs. Dr. Forbes Size 80 Grapefruit, .each Red Cabbage . (New Crop), lb. Northern White, head 25c 25c 20c 25c 5c 12c 25c Tax on all taxable Orrtrr Dept M.tin Hnnr ,..SY 6-8161

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