Arrests in Baltimore for illegal guns often lead to dropped charges or little jail time

Glendale news

Like many other local organizations, the Oakmont Junior Matrons patriotically supported the bond drives during World War II. Here Matrons president Mrs. Robert A Speed purchases a $500 bond from Mrs. Jack V. Darling, another Matrons member, who was staffing the bonds booth that day.
Courtesy of the Special Collections Room of the Glendale Public Library
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