When Muren came to his friend Gerald A. Craig to ask for help finding a job, Craig offered Muren the proposition of killing his wife Ethel for money. Appalled at the request, Muren turned him in to police.
Charles C. Clark has worked with the police department for over ten years, but is now being considered as a collaborate in a string of robberies and burglaries that he and partner Ralph Savage allegedly served as lookouts for.
Former actress Connie Caskey is back in court to demand ex-husband V. M. Caskey to pay her $300 in relation to the divorce from her he had been granted several months prior. Mr. Caskey pointed out that he had won the divorce on the grounds of extreme cruelty and Judge Valentine denied Connie's request for alimony as a result.
After the unexpected resignation of Ralph S. Armour, the Bakers University and Drew Theological Seminary-graduated pastor of the Grace Methodist Episcopal Church Dr. Floyd J. Seaman has been assigned to fill his spot on the Los Angeles Health Commission.