Jesse Owens lands a jump during a track meet possibly held at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. James Cleveland "Jesse" Owens was an American track and field athlete. He participated in the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, Germany, where he achieved international fame by winning four gold medals.
Typewritten note that reads: "Ramlow Myers REWA 10-year-old Mexican girl turned detective last night and caused the arrest of Harold B. Millard, 31-year-old oil operator, on a charge of child-stealing.She said her suspicions were aroused when she saw Millard take the girls--- both playmates of hers--- into his car at Seventh and Valencia streets and drive away. As he did so she jotted down the license number and gave it to police who traced it and arrested Millard a few hours later.Neither of the girls, one of whom is 13 and the other 14, had returned home early today, according to Det. Lt. A. M. Strand and Policewoman Mary Rose who are investigating the case.Millard gave his address as 3129 Josephine street, Lynwood.1.35 a.m."The note refers to Mildred Douglas and Donna (or Zelia K.) Thompson, who were reported missing. When called in for questioning Millard testified that he did pick up Douglas and Thompson but dropped them off when he realized how young they were. Millard reported that the girls told him they were running away from home. Girls fitting the description of Douglas and Thompson were seen in an Ontario auto camp one day later.
Vittorio Mussolini (at microphone right), Italian film critic, producer and son of dictator Benito Mussolini, is greeted by the press upon his arrival at Union Air Terminal. Mussolini is spending about two weeks in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter to study motion-picture manufacture in Culver City and visit friends in Hollywood and Beverly Hills. His host for the visit is film producer Hal Roach (at microphone left). Police expected a protest or demonstration from anti-Fascists at the arrival, but none occurred
Mrs. A. Julliard Hall, Mrs. Oscar C. Wilcox, Mrs. Priestly A. Horton, and Mrs. Glynn C. Ellsworth standing around a small table in an otherwise empty room. Mrs. Hall is recording secretary for the Wilshire Woman's Club. Mrs. Horton and Mrs. Ellsworth are members of the Ebell Club. Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Horton are shaking hands across the table.