Beatrice Keltz's sister Lillian corroborated her testimony against husband Maurice Keltz, whom she claims neglected her emotionally and would abandon her to go out and play card games. Beatrice was granted her divorce and a settlement of $980.
Protesters gather at the intersection of Plaza St. and Sanchez St. in Los Angeles. There are men and women in the crowds, and a a podium is visible. A Brunswig Drug Co. billboard is visible in the background as well as and a poster with a hammer in hand that says "WORKERS OF THE WORLD UNITE" that has speakers attached to it in the middle of the crowd. Another sign saying "WE WANT MILK!" is held up. In the background there is a "El Nuevo Porvenir" mexicana store and a place that is named "Academia Sanchez".
Unpaved road in a hillside area photographed in relation to the investigation of the murder of Alberta Meadows by Clara Phillips, possibly the crime scene. Two men stand beside a camera on a tripod on the left side of the road and two automobiles are parked on the right.