Teenager Edward Wehrly testifies during the coroner's inquest about a fatal, single-car accident in which two teenage girls were killed and a young man was serious injured. Wehrly claimed a strong wind gust caused the accident, but the ruling at the inquest was that he did not take proper precautions.
Related to Los Angeles Times article, September 10, 1932, Gen. Sherman’s Career Closes, Death Puts End to Labors of Pioneer Developer, Activities Important Factor in Rise of Los Angeles, Funeral Services Will Be Monday at 2 p.m. ... First Congregational Church at Sixth street and Commonwealth avenue ... Pallbearers for the funeral rites were announced last night as follows: Active: Clyde R. Burr, Archer F. Barnard, Norman Chandler, Harrison Chandler, Hugh F. Mackie, J.H. Risheberger, A.I. Smith and Donald Whittier.