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Larry Harnisch reflects on Los Angeles history

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Feb. 24, 1938


Above, W.C. Fields at the Paramount ... Below, life and death ... A baby is revived after being found in a fishpond, and two young men are killed in the crash of a small plane ... Police Capt. Earle Kynette and his co-defendants are arraigned as the Harry Raymond bombing investigation continues ... More charges of police corruption: Men ordered to serve weekends in jail were allegedly listed as being in custody when they never served a day ... Mayor Shaw signs a law that restricts smoking on streetcars ...  Work proceeds on Douglas' DC-4 ... On the jump, police search for the robbers who killed a Hollywood nightclub owner.


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