Likely related to the articles, "KIDNAP HUNT ON IN DESERT: Weyerhaeuser Gang Capture Believed Near as Auto Flees Pursuers KIDNAP HUNT TURNS SOUTH Desert Highways Blocked as Armed Suspect Trio Heads Into Wilds," Los Angeles Times, 11 Jun. 1935: 1, and, "DESERT CAR HUNT PUSHED: New Clews Hint Kidnap Link Man at Depot Resembles Fugitive and Cafe Owner Tells of Money Swap," Los Angeles Times, 12 Jun. 1935: 4
At left, ambulance driver Charles W. Clendening appears to either punch in or punch out of work at the Los Angeles County General Hospital. He wears a white uniform and cap. He stands in profile, facing right, and operates a punch clock that sits on a counter. Behind and to the right of him, L. C. Laurie, chief ambulance driver, wears a suit as he speaks on the telephone.