Can’t draw? You too can be a famous cartoonist.
Note: This is an encore post from 2012.
Jan. 10, 1942: Pearl Harbor survivor William Parks kills himself in San Francisco after going AWOL. “His note to his wife indicated that the bombardment he underwent had upset him,” The Times said.
He was 19.
Aimee Semple McPherson preaches on “The Price of Power” at 10:30 a.m. and “Samson and Delilah” at 7 p.m. on Jan. 11 at Angelus Temple.
Tom Treanor recounts a story about tourists visiting L.A. “Do you want to see the orange groves? The Mt. Wilson telescope, the public library, the museum?
“Why,” said one of the rubbernecks, “we thought we’d like to drive down and see where all those people were killed last night.”
Immigration problems?The Times’ classified ads have a solution.
Jimmie Fidler says: Since the blackout, a woman and daughter have been seeking autographs outside the Mocambo, armed with flashlights.