AFSCME Seeks to Organize LAPD

March 20, 1943, Comics

March 20, 1943, Police Union
March 20, 1943: The AFSCME sets up a local for LAPD officers, an action opposed by Police Chief Clemence “C.B.” Horrall and Deputy Chief Joe Reed.  The Los Angeles Police Protective League, established in the 1920s, began bargaining on behalf of police officers in 1973, according to the LAPPL website.

And screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz is accused of drunk driving after crashing into a car driven by Mrs. Ira Gershwin.

In the theaters: “Shadow of a Doubt,” “The Hard Way,” “Hello, Frisco, Hello,” “The Amazing Mrs. Holliday,” “The Cat People,” “Gorilla Man,” “The Ape Man,” “Kid Dynamite,” “Little Miss Molly,” “Andy Hardy’s Double Life” and “Quiet Please, Murder.”  How many of them have you seen?

March 20, 1943, Police Union

March 20, 1943, Police Union

March 20, 1943, Police Union

About lmharnisch

I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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