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Dad actually did quite well for a man who worked hard all his life. I got a chance to go into a management job with a medical implant manufacturer in Memphis in 1968.
Further opportunities came in Belgium in 1972 and Philadelphia in 1973 and San Francisco in 1977 and Connecticut in 1988.
My father was an amateur boxer and I saw him box at Jeffries Barn (owned by the late champion boxer Jim Jeffries).
Oh yes, we (Lamer Street Rays) had 300 chickens and a mean German Shepherd and lots of surplus airplane engine boxes (used for building materials) and a victory garden. Regards, Dwain Ray Burbank High class of 1956 (Technically 1957 because I lacked a credit and made it up taking woodshop class summer of 1956 at Burroughs and got a 1957 diploma.) 10/20/16 - Midnight Special tapings by Marvin Steinberg We would go every Tuesday night to see the taping of the Midnight Special at NBC; we would get the tickets in the morning at am and be late for school. They are brave, they are bold, and the liquor they can hold, Is a story that's never been told.Even in the war when the entire complex was draped with miles of camoflage netting.I have photos of me as a boy and it looks like there are low-lying hills and trees in the background.And, after all, the web site is named "Burbankia," right? In World War II we had a still-vacant lot on the corner, so the government induced us to allow a good-sized anti-aircraft gun bunker on the property.I'm looking for things like using old Lockheed linen for dresses, or Love From Above - stuff like that. Soldiers staffed it each day and put up with constant visits from my sister and me. We had a view of the Lockheed plant in the background and the railroad tracks and the Burbank wash and the big parking lot (which I was amused to see is now filled in with new homes). I remember my youth in the corner house when the night and early morning trains used to shake the house and sounded as though they were going through our living room!
I don't think it closed until some time after WWII.