Herman E. Hubler and his wife Anna L. Hubler, who are accused of involvement in a theater bank night fraud scandal, Los Angeles, 1935
- Herman E. Hubler and his wife Anna L. Hubler, who are accused of involvement in a theater bank night fraud scandal, Los Angeles, 1935
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- between December 24 and 27, 1935
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- Herman E. Hubler and his wife Anna L. Hubler, who are accused of involvement in a theater bank night fraud scandal. The couple convinced numerous community theaters to use their 14-year-old daughter Blanche, known as Goldilocks, to pull the winning ticket in the bank night lottery. Goldilocks would palm a fake ticket and the winner would be one of the Hubler's accomplices, Alexander Szymanski or Roy Keown. The defendants admitted to winning thousands of dollars through the scandal.
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