1944 in Music — Oscar Levant and Leonard Bernstein at the Hollywood Bowl, Aug. 22, 1944

Aug. 22, 1944, Comics

Aug. 22, 1944, Paper Drive

Aug. 22, 1944

The Times encourages readers to save copies of the paper for reuse in the war effort. Let’s hear it for recycling!

Keith Hallock gets a kiss from Warner Bros.’ Joyce Reynolds for being the first to volunteer for a job  making tires at one of the plants in Los Angeles.

Discussions are underway to avoid a streetcar strike over higher wages.

And no. It would be unconstitutional to keep Japanese Americans from returning to the West Coast after the war is over, says Atty. Gen. Francis Biddle.

Aug. 22, 1944, Tire Workers

Appearing in Los Angeles, Atty. Gen. Francis Biddle says:


Aug. 22, 1944, Oscar Levant, Leonard Bernstein

Aug. 22, 1944, Casualties

Streetcar Strike

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I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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