Possibly related to the article “Beverly Hills Police Team Makes Debut at Shoot.” Los Angeles Times, 9 Mar. 1937: A2. The article states: … the Beverly Hills Police Department yesterday organized its first pistol team. … Capt. Matt Vallance, who obtained 299 out of a possible 300 points, won a gold medal …
Related to Los Angeles Times article, "Jimmy McLarnin Training for Comeback Fight Against Canzoneri in March: Little Irishman Has Everything but Title: 'Baby Face' and His Manager Can Look Back on Hardships With a Smile Now," 2 Feb. 1936: A12
Boxer Jimmy McLarnin and his wife, Lillian, read a newspaper together in their Beverly Hills home. Lillian perches on the arm of the chair that Jimmy sits in. On the hearth, there are issues of the Saturday Evening Post and Better Homes and Gardens. McLarnin was featured in the LA Times as he was training to make a comeback in the world of boxing by fighting Tony Canzoneri.
Photograph of (L to R): John Werner (father of the bride), Ensign Leland P. Kimball and new bride, Helen Werner Kimball on their wedding day. The three stand in a living room around a projector placed on a short stand or table, while Werner holds a small hand-held camera. The couple wed at the Werner home in Beverly Hills.