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August 9, 1994 | WILLIAM TUOHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Shortly before the World Cup playoffs in America this summer, two senior soccer referees stopped by a quaint Edwardian factory in an industrial area here in Britain's Second City. England's Philip Don and Holland's Mario van der Ende were calling on the offices of J. Hudson & Co. to acquire a supply of new whistles--and not just any kind of whistle. They wanted the prince of whistles, the Acme Thunderer. J.
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August 9, 1994 | WILLIAM TUOHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Shortly before the World Cup playoffs in America this summer, two senior soccer referees stopped by a quaint Edwardian factory in an industrial area here in Britain's Second City. England's Philip Don and Holland's Mario van der Ende were calling on the offices of J. Hudson & Co. to acquire a supply of new whistles--and not just any kind of whistle. They wanted the prince of whistles, the Acme Thunderer. J.
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June 25, 1989 | From Associated Press
Donald Dayton, former chairman of Dayton's department stores, has died of cancer at age 74. Dayton, the eldest of five brothers who made Dayton's into a retailing giant, underwent surgery for colon cancer last year and had been critically ill for the last six months, family members said. He died Thursday. Dayton Corp. merged in 1969 with J. L. Hudson Co., forming the Dayton-Hudson Corp., which now has 660 stores in 38 states and is the nation's fifth-largest retailer. The company owns the Target discount store chain, Mervyn's department stores and the Lechmere promotional discount store chain.
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March 18, 1990 | DOC ABRAHAM and KATY ABRAHAM
QUESTION: I'm growing orchids in my home and notice scale insects on the leaves. Is there a safe control for these? ANSWER: You can buy some Safer's Soap in your garden center and apply it according to label directions. Or you can mix a teaspoon of liquid dish washing detergent to 1 quart of water. Add 1 cup of rubbing alcohol and wash the leaves with the mixture. Use either a sponge or a soft toothbrush. The secret is to dislodge the insects.
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