Thanks to the $1 a year Travel and Pedestrian Accident Policy Montier Pratt Chubb signed up for through the Times his widow Stella F. Chubb has received a check for $1000 covering her claim as beneficiary under the terms of her policy in lieu of her husband's death.
Lois Pantages has been named executrix of late husband and theater magnate Alexander Pantages' estate estimated to be around $10,000. Once a multi-millionaire, Alexander is said to have lost heavily during recent years due to extensive litigation and business reversals.
This photograph may be associated with the article, “POLICE FEAR OUT BREAK: W.P.A. Projects Guarded Precautions Also Taken for Today’s Inquest Into Slaying of Six,” Los Angeles Times, 19 Dec. 1935: A2.
Burmah, Officer Lane, and Violet sit in a row at the front of the courtroom. Burmah stares directly into the camera with a smile on her face, Officer Lane sits with her hands folded over the purse in her lap and Violet holds a tissue beneath her nose, her eyes downcast.
Burmah wears a white dress and sits with her legs crossed in front of a giant American flag hung on the wall behind her. Dr. Griffith addresses her, kneeling on one knee and holding a folded piece of paper in his hands.