Cd Rotogravure section showing scenes and charartej® in ‘‘HUMAN
y to be shown at Colonial Theatre, Monday and Tuesday, Oct ode r 1st
Anti Maroons worker■ rlrlt Mn Wallace Reid ferine tlieln* of "Hoinee Wreck•#. ’
Lett to riaht, ttendiaa: Brlaadler R. C. Rord, Betradoe Army; John P. Carter, former
Collector OB. Internal Revenue; Patker Joke CIMkxd. CAooeeen Lee Aaftdae end Mon
terey; Mayer Georae K. Cryer, to* Aafthil Dr. R. B. roe Kleieemld. Preddee* Unlvrr
•My of Houthem Oalitomle. Heat* Commleeloaer Dr. L. M7 Peeate; Chief of Police l-ouh
D Oefce. Lee Antrim Seeled: Merits Nelaoe MeCee, Mn. Cherlm 9. Grey. Mm.
Wallace Reid, Mn. Ckerter Asidey.
• recorder's court || DUNN, «-* N<5rT^ CAROLINA j
The (null number of curt beard '
< "^tf. Wallace Reid, widow of the late motion picture «tar. Since tha untimely death of her butband. who —
? - ■ cumbed to the effects of narcolice. Mr*. Reid has been devotin* her fife to the endeavor to stamp out the evil that
£ - threatens America. Her most smashing blow aieintr the menace Is the motion picture. Human Wreckage,
which recently was produced under the sponsorship of the Los Anjefct Anli-N*rcot»C Leif ue.
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Dramatic moment in "Human WreckM*-" The youn*
narcotic user confeaaea her fear of death to hea-mother.
FThoemnd* of people watched the filming of the big *cenea for "Human
Wreckage" when the company waa working on the *treet* of Loa Angel*»’
t underworld. Police aid wai necetaary at time* to keep the curiout
^ crowd* in check.