Richard Arlen's ex-wife since 1923 Ruth Austin Mattimore has taken the actor to court in order to appeal for more alimony so she can pay for her daughter's tuition at a private school in Pebble Beach, but Arlen's lawyer Jerome J. Mayo denied the alimony needed to be increased from $30 to $60 a week.
This photograph may be associated with the article, “Rheba Crawford Suit Call Ignored by Aimee: Dave Hutton and Ormiston on Hand in Action of Pastor’s Colleague Against Editor and Writer Editor and Aide in Court CALL IGNORED BY AIMEE IN RHEBA CRAWFORD SUIT,” Los Angeles Times, 07 Sep. 1935: A1.
Photograph of Attorney Eugene Williams going over paperwork after Mrs. Clara Steeger’s surrender. They are in an office sitting at a desk, with a window behind them. Clara wears a fur coat and holds a book in her lap, while Eugene wears a suit and holds papers in his hand. Behind both of them is a pole that appears to be part of a radiator system that was quite commonplace in the early 20th century.
This photograph appears with the article, “CRUISE HEAD HUNT FAILS: Fischer Listed as Fugitive Offices of Inter-Oceanic University Raided and Aide Questioned UNIVERSITY CRUISE HEAD NOW LISTED AS FUGITIVE,” Los Angeles Times, 9 Aug. 1935, A1.