View of a tow truck connected to an automobile with a rope at the flooded intersection at West First Street and Juanita Avenue. A man next to the car has the hood up and is looking at the engine. Signs on the truck read "Transfer" and "Express."
Photograph of storm-flooded intersection of Beverly Boulevard and Lake Street. Several automobiles and a bus are traveling through the floodwater on the street. Commercial signs read "Pacific Duco Auto Finishing," "Broadway Hill and Seventh presents...Frances Denney's Herbal Throat and Neck Blend, Corrects 'Crepey' Throat," "Grace Tabernacle...," "Pasadena laundry, 20% off on Laundry Left Here," "Van de Kamps Bakers," and on the bus "E..s Railway 2011."
Soldiers in old military uniforms stand next to others wearing the new "streamlined" style during a military show for National Defense Week. The show was held at the Los Angeles Airport and more than 60 officers and men participated.
Young actress Ada Williams Ince, 21, divorces her husband of 5 years, William "W.T." Ince, on claims of abuse due to her husband's violent temper. Williams was granted the divorce in Superior Judge Edmond's court, and attributed it to the date of Friday the 13th, her "lucky number", contrary to popular convention.
District Attorney Buron Fitts and his sister Mrs. Berthal Gregory appear in a crowded courtroom with Mrs. Marion Fitts and their attorneys Joseph Scott and Jerry Giesler. Seated left to right is Buron Fitts, Mrs. Marion Fitts, and Berthal Gregory. Standing in the back, left to right, is Joseph Scott and Jerry Giesler.