Got his father’s LA Times from an area conservative paper to a nationally regarded publication. He became a member of his dad in running the days in 1922 after completing Stanford and had taken it over in 1941 when it had been still losing profits. He committed to the paper, getting Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists and building for the employees pension and medical care insurance. His kid Otis Chandler continuing to transform the L.A. Situations into an important paper. His wife Dorothy Buffum Chandler became a significant financier of Los Angeles’ performing-arts establishments.