Actress Phyllis Brooks at an airfield wearing a fur-lined coat and a fedora, with an airplane visible in the background. Brooks was originally known as the "Ipana Toothpaste Girl," and dated leading men such as Carey Grant and Howard Hughes before marrying a close friend of President John F. Kennedy, Congressman Torbert Macdonald.
An extortion letter received by retired chiropractor Dr. A.M. Foote threatening members of his family and demanding immediate payment. Several other celebrities were targeted as well, such as actress Anna May Wong and producer David O. Selznick.
American artist Rockwell Kent and his wife Frances Lee Kent. Kent lectured at the Philharmonic Auditorium on "Warm Hearts and Cold Feet in Greenland," where he showed motion pictures of the scenes he described.