Pictured is "Pop-eye," the two-year-old Persian housecat pet of one young Miss Betty Jean Welch, famous for killing a four-foot-long black diamond rattlesnake. The snake invaded Pop-eye's backyard, wherein Pop-eye defended his territory and bravely defeated the reptilian invader.
Sally Pact, Eleanor Green, and Stanley Feldman playing on the grass. The children’s parents are members of the Beverly Hills Chapter of Hadassah. These three, along with several other member's children, put on a play about the difference between good and bad food during the club’s Child Welfare Day held at the Beverly Hills Athletic Club. During the event, members paid an extra 9 cents for their lunches which went toward providing soup, salad, fruit, and milk for Palestine children.
Law enforcement officials George Fisher (Lieutenant), Elizabeth Fiske (City Mother Policewomen), and J.W. Buckley (Patrolman) surrounded by bags filled with food goods, including Bagdad Coffee. Elizabeth Fiske was with LAPD from 1929-1964 and served on the City Mothers Bureau, a crime prevention division of LAPD staffed entirely by policewomen.
Wrestler and Chicago Bears fullback Bronko Nagurski flipping opponent Vincent Lopez during their wrestling match at Wrigley field. Nagurski won the match in front of 20,000 fans to defend his title as world heavyweight champion