LA Daily News city editor Charles Judson participates in a series demonstrating "right" and "wrong" golf swings with local pro golfer and golf instructor Fay Coleman. Judson represents the "wrong" form for each swing.
An unidentified lawyer approaching Robert S. James as he sits in the witness stand. A map of his home is visible behind him. He was most likely testifying in his own defense for the murder trial of his wife Mary Emma James. He purportedly had an affair with his niece, which spurred him to tie down his wife and have a rattlesnake bite her, and then later drown her in their fish pond. He was supposedly helped by his friend, ex-sailor Charles H. Hope, who was also charged with murder.
Bulgarian sculptor Atanas Katchmakoff graduated from the National Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia, and studied under Professor A. Nikolo in Rome and Franz Stuck in Munich. In 1923 he won the first prize at the Vienna international exhibition. He immigrated to Hollywood in 1927-1928 where he worked as a sculptor and art teacher.
Robert H. Scott (right) [probably the one who was a juvenile court judge in Los Angeles 1926-1943], at an officious occasion shaking the hand of another man at a desk with baskets of flowers and with an American flag behind him
Possibly related to Los Angeles Times article, September 10, 1933, French Artist May Come Here, Pierre Tartoue, Portraitist, Charmed With Visit, Noted Painter May Install Studio, He Declares, Famous Men Depicted in New York Atelier