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July 11, 1938

July 11, 2008 | 10:26 am

"I'm afraid you didn't get my name. I'm a personal friend
of the mayor," one caller said. 
1938_0711_page Dropcap_p_packard erhaps someone in LAPD communications will enjoy discovering that crackpots haven't changed much in 70 years. Above, Howard C. Nutt takes the calls.

At left, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Gates wants to return to the whipping post for a husband who spent most of his earnings from a WPA job on drinking and gambling.

And the Park Commission will plant 20 Cape Chestnut trees along 65th Street between Vermont and Kansas.

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65th Street via Google maps' street view.

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