Followers of Robert Noble, whom he has promised "$25 every Monday morning" as part of a pension plan. Noble's supporters were very loyal to him, even though he did not follow through on many of his promises. He was arrested on suspicion of grand theft bunko and also several misdemeanor charges including parading without a permit, blocking the road, and refusing to disperse. Noble spent five days in jail and was planning a gubernatorial campaign upon his release.
California state assemblyman Fred Muldoon of Ventura participates in an interim committee on labor and capital. The interim committee was formed in order to assess the C.I.O./United Mine, Mill, and Smelters Union strike at the San Jacinto tunnel of the Colorado River aqueduct project. The committee met first on October 27, 1937 at the California state building in Sacramento.
Crowd gathered during the vegetable picker and packer strike. A sign in the background reads: "Comite Pro Huela." The strike began when wages were cut from 30 to 25 cents an hour. Police dealt with strikers who aimed to overturn trucks carrying vegetables.