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Larry Harnisch reflects on Los Angeles history

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June 10, 1958


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Dropcap_f_1882 ormer leading lady Virginia Pearson, left, dies at the age of 72. In her later years, she lived at the Motion Picture Country Home, The Times says.

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Also: Tony La Rosa, who runs La Rosa's Little Italy, 5751 W. Pico, is freed after getting his finger stuck in a hole that was drilled in the top of a floor safe in an attempt to open it ... Dr. Murray Abowitz testifies before the state Senate Un-American Activities Committee ... And an evangelical Christian basketball team is getting ready for a 10-week tour of Asia.

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