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SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 

REFERENCE BOOK 

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SAN FRANCISCO EDITION 




POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



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December 19''7 - janiutry 19iS 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 1 



Featured in This Issue 



German Police in 1957 3 

New Examination Questions 4 

Above and Beyond 7 

Daly City Police 13 

Pistol Champ Repeats 17 

Revised Truck Speeds 19 

Paso Robles Law 25 

San Luis Obispo Force 31 

Letters to the Editor 35 

Skin Divers at Work 37 



The Editoi is always pleased to consider articlei suitable for publication. Con- 
tributions should preferably be typewritten, but where this is not possible, copy 
should be dearly written. Contributions may be signed with a "nom de plume," 
but all articles must bear the name and address of the sender, which will be 
treated with the strictest confidence. The Editok will also be pleased to consider 
photographs of officers and of interesting events. Letters should be addressed to 
the Editor. 



DIRECTORY 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 
Hall of Justice, Kearny and Washington Streets 

Telephone SUtter 1-2020 
Radio Short Wave Call KMA-438 



Mayor, Hon. George Christopher 



POLICE COMMISSIONERS 

Regular Meetings Tuesday, 2:00 p.m., Hall of Justice 

Harold R. McKinnon, President Mills Tower 

Thomas J. Mellon 390 First Street 

Paul A. Bissinger Davis & Pacific Ave. 

Sergeant William J. O'Brien, Secretary 
Room 104, Hall of Justice 



CHIEF OF POLICE Francis J. Ahern 

DEPUTY CHIEF OF POLICE Thomas J. Cahill 

Chief of Inspectors Daniel McKlem 

Director of Traffic Daniel McKlem 

Dept. Sec'y Sgt. John Butler Hall of Justice 

DISTRICT captains 

Central — Charles Borland 6}5 Washington Street 

Southern — August G. Steffen Fourth and Clara Streets 

Mission — John Engler 1240 Valencia Street 

Northern— Harry Nelson 941 Ellis Street 

Richmond — Walter S. Ames 451 Sixth Avenue 

INGLESIDE — Edward P. Donahue Balboa Park 

Taraval — ^James English 2348 Twenty-fourth Avenue 

Potrero — Edward Greene 2300 Third Street 

Golden Gate Park — Ted J. Terlau Stanyan opp. Waller 

Traffic — Daniel Kiely Hall of Justice 

City Prison — Lt. Walter Thompson Hall of Justice 

Bureau of Inspectors — Lt. Daniel J. QuiNLAN..Hall of Justice 

Director — Bur. of Personnel — John MBEHAN....Hall of Justice 

Director of Criminology — 

Leonard Wiebb (Acting) .'..._ Hall of Justice 

Director — Bureau of Special Services — 
Captain Cornelius P. Murphy Hall of Justice 

Director of Juvenile Bureau — 
William Hanrahan Hall of Justice 

Director — Bureau of Criminal Information — 
Lt. Edward Comber. Hall of Justice 

Inspector of Schools Traffic Control — 
Inspector Thomas B. Tracy Hall of Justice 

Supervising Captain of Districts — 
Philip Kiely Hall of Justice 

Chinatown Detail — Lt. H. C. Atkinson Hall of Justice 

Range Master — Robert ABERNBTHY....Pistol Range, Lake Merced 



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POLICr, AND PKACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



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Vol. XXVIII 



DECEMBER 19V - JANUARY 1958 



No. 7 



POLICE HIGHLY REGARDED THERE 



By Lt. Col. Walter A. Luszki, MPC 

U. S. Army Military Police Branch 

Fort Gordon, Georgia 

Most members of the Military Police 
Corps who have been in Germany since 
World War II have undoubtedly been im- 
pressed by the high quality and thorough- 
ness of training of the German city police- 
men. The average policeman on the job 
generally gives the impression of being 
well trained and sincere in his effort to do 
a helpful and constructive job. The United 
States Army Military Policemen who have 
worked closely with them have almost all 
had something good to say about the cal- 
iber and the quality of performance of 
German police. 

Some Americans express the view that 
the present German policeman is more 
"democratic" and less aloof, indifferent, 
and authoritarian than he was prior to the 
end of World War II. The German po- 
liceman appears more friendly to pedes- 
trians, motorists, and those seeking infor- 
mation than he was in former years. He is 
more approachable and is often seen giv- 
ing a helping hand to school children in 
crossing streets. 

Higher Status 

In Germany, I got the impression that a 
policeman has a much higher status in the 
community and is looked up to by others 
much more than he is in the United States. 
The job of a policeman is one to be proud 
of, and sons often follow in their father's 
footsteps. The (jerman policeman appear- 
ed to me to have a prestige status some- 
what similar to that of a high school teach- 
er in the United States. 

Because I was impressed with their per- 
formance on the job, I became interested 
in learning something about the kind of 
training which they receive. The oppor- 



tunity presented itself for a visit to the 
Mannheim-Heidelberg Police School in 
Mannheim, Germany, about a year ago. 
The school was under the direction of 
Chief Inspector Kasmann, a man with 
many years in police work and in training 
of German policemen. 

Four Courses 

Chief Inspector Kasmann kindly gave 
me the curriculum which is taught at the 
school and information about the content 
of the training. At the time of my visit 
there were four courses given — Basic, Ad- 
vanced, Criminal Investigator's and Police 
Inspector's courses. 

The Basic Course for Policemen is of 
particular interest because of the wide 
range of training which is considered a 
minimum for police work. I will describe 
this course, giving, first, its purpose or 
aim, second the subjects and hours of in- 
structions, third a survey of the contents 
of the subjects, and lastly a comparison 
between the training received in the Ad- 
vanced Military Police program at Fort 
Gordon, Georgia and that in the German 
Basic Course. 

Purpose or Aim of the Course. The pur- 
pose or aim of the course is to train police 
candidates who are coming from private 
life in the basic elements of the police pro- 
fession, and to train them to such a level 
that they will be able to handle city and 
town patrol duties. 

Subjects Taught 

Subjects and Hours of Instruction. The 
Basic Course is of four months duration 
and consists of 468 hours of instruction. 
A midsemester examination is included in 
the course, and it ends with a written and 
an oral final examination. The instruction 
is not limited to theory alone; it also in- 
cludes practical exercises. Following are 
the subjects taught and the total hours of 
instruction in each subject: 



Municpial Law and 

Total 
Subject Hours 

Civil Service Law 48 

Criminal and Related Laws ... 48 

Criminal Trial Law 24 

General Police Law 24 

Special Police Law 48 

Police Service Science 36 

Traffic Laws 48 

Criminal Investigation .... 24 
Introduction to Civil Law and 

Administrative Law 24 

German 36 

Use of Police and 

Weapons Training 36 

Physical Training 36 

Health, Sanitation, Hygiene 

and First Aid 12 

Guest Speakers and Field Visits . . 24 

Total Hours . . 468 

In comparison, students enrolled in the 
Advanced Individual Military Police train- 
ing at the Military Police Training Center 
at Fort Gordon, (jeorgia, receive an eight- 
week course- of instruction (44 hours per 
week), or a total of 352 hours. However, 
this instruction includes many military 
subjects which prepare the individual sol- 
dier for dismounted ground combat. 

It may be of interest to show the scope 
of the subjects. The following paragraphs 
outline the contents of each of die subjects 
listed above. 

Survey On Contents of Subjects 

1. MUNICIPAL LAW AND CIVIL 
SERVICE LAW. Concept and character of 
the state, constitutional history, the basic 
law of the West German Republic, the 
constitution of Baden-Wurttemberg, coun- 
ty laws, city laws, civil service punitive 
laws, laws related to citizenship, and laws 
governing factories. 

(Continued on page 20) 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



December 1957 - ]anuary 1958 



HELPFUL QUESTIONS FOR EXAMINATIONS 

Herein is contained another of a series of questions and answers pertinent to Police training and helpful in promotional 
examinations. These questions and answers are supplied to the Journal, as a service to law enforcement officers through- 
out the state, by E. D. Kerkhoven, director of the Peace Officer Training Service in Oakland. The questions are selected to 
test the reader's knowledge of what action to take in certain situations resulting from criminal acts. Each question has a 
number of suggested answers, labeled 1, 2, 3, etc. You decide which is the best answer to the question asked and then en- 
circle the number. When you have completed the test, compare your answers with the KEY on Page 30. 



E. D. Kerkhoven and the Police 
and Peace Officers Journal would 
like to know what examination cate- 
gories are most important to its read- 
ers. Write in and select one of the 
following groups for our next is- 
sues: Investigation, public relations, 
human relations, interrogation, po- 
lice administration, patroling, traf- 
fic investigation, penal code or vehi- 
cle code. (Editor) 



1. Which statement best explains the 
corpus delicli of a crime — (1) any dead 
body. (2) The motive for committing the 
crime. (3) The existence of the funda- 
mental fact that a crime has been com- 
mitted. (4) Footprints and fingerprints 
of the criminal. (5) A confession from 
the criminal. 

2. When analysing the statements of 
witnesses, the investigator should take into 
consideration all but which one of the fol- 
lowing.' (1) Conduct of the witness. (2) 
Speech of the witness. (3) Discrepancies 
in the statements. (4) Omissions in the 
statements. (5) Prejudice of the witnesses. 

3. The basis of the American Police 
System is the — (1) Municipal Police. (2) 

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Constabulary. (3) Sheriff. (4) State Po- 
lice. (5) Federal Bureau of Investigation. 

4. The Russian political police are now 
known as the— (1) MVD. (2) NKVD. 
(3) CIL (4) NPA. 

5. The investigator should question 
witnesses and suspects — (1) individually. 

(2) in each other's presence. (3) within 
hearing of each other. (4) collectively at 
first, but not thereafter. 

6. Which one of the below statements 
is incorrect? (1) The preliminary investi- 
gation should be started. (2) The pre- 
liminary investigation should be finished. 

(3) The scene of the crime should be 
examined. (4) Evidence of a technical 
nature should be examined. 

7. A hypnotic attack can be committed 
by a person while in a state of somno- 
lence. Somnolence means most nearly — 
(1) A state of sleep. (2) A hypnotic 



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state. (3) A form of insanity. (4) The 
same as sadism. 

8. The laundry industry sometimes uses 
an invisible, indelible, identification sys- 
tem. This system is extremely valuable to 
law enforcement agencies. Which of the 
following types of light is commonly used 
to examine these laundry marks? (1) 
Infrared. (2) Intra violet. (3) Infra vio- 
let. (4) Ultraviolet. 

9. "Portrait Parle " means most nearly 
— (1) Portrait pictures. (2) A mug file. 
( 3 ) A clear and exact method of describ- 
ing a person. (4) A photo grallery. (5) 
A crime study. 




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POLICE AND PHACH Ori-ICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 5 




THIS TRAGEHY IS REPEATED on California highways every day. Here the Police Journal reprints a picture of a typical highway acci- 
dent. Excessive speed and reckless driving causes pain and suffering. 



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ORCHID HOBBY 

Sergeant Eugene Noel of the Berkeley 
Police Department was given nationwide 
recognition for his hobby, orchid growing, 
recently when CBS Radio's "The Garden 
Gate" program, heard throughout the 
country, awarded the East Bay officer its 
"Order of the Green Thumb" in a Satur- 
day broadcast. 

Noel spends his free time in a lath gar- 
den house at the rear of his home at 1519 
McGee Ave. in Berkeley raising orchids 
and cymbidiums as well as more conven- 
tional flowers. He is secretary of the Or- 
chid Society. 

His prizes from CBS included a liberal 
seed certificate, a pair of Green Thumb 
garden gloves, a Garden Gate book and a 
coral-red Spartan rose plant. 



Traffic accidents in the United States 
caused 2,368,000 injuries during 1956, 
reports the National Automobile Club. 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



December 1957 - January 1958 



WINTER NIGHT DRIVING HINTS 



The short days and long nights of win- 
ter time make it imperative that motorists 
pay more attention to the problems of 
night driving. Here are some time-worn 
tips provided by the National Automobile 
Club to increase awareness ot the glare 
factor in dry and wet weather. 

Driving through the darkness, the pu- 
pils of your eyes dilate to let in all the 
light they can. Then around the bend 
comes a pair of glaring headlights. Your 
pupils contract, the glare passes, and your 
pupils begin to dilate again, but about 
sixty times more slowly than they dilated. 
In this period of comparative blindness, 
which may last for several seconds, your 
car travels a considerable distance. In this 
distance lies danger. 

Look To Right 

What can you do about glare ? You can 
avoid blinding other drivers with it by 
knowing your headlights, knowing that 
they're in good condition, and using them 
properly. You can avoid being blinded 
yourself by keeping your eyes focused, not 
on the glaring headlights, but along the 
right side of the road. And not all glare 
is caused by the other driver's faulty head- 
lights. Some of it is caused by light-refract- 
ing particles of dust on your windshield 
or your glasses. Keep them clean. 

Raindrops are great refractors too. 
'When it rains, keep that windshield wiper 
working. Watch out for glare from the 




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car behind. If its lights are being reflected 
right into your eyes, tilt your rear-view 
mirror a little to divert the beam. 

In view of all this glare and reduced 
visibility at night, how fast should you 
drive.-' The general idea is to be able to 
come to a full stop in the distance ahead 
of your car that is illuminated by your 
lights. When no big glare is coming to- 
wards you, that can mean around 45 or 
50 miles per hour. When glare is there, 
the safe speed can drop to around 35 miles 
per hour. 

If you should be walking on the high- 
way at night, wear or carry something 
white and walk on the left side of the road 
facing into the oncoming traffic. 

When walking or driving at night, let's 
do it right. 



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HEY! BE CAREFUL 

He sat nervously at the wheel of his car. 
An official examiner for the California 
Department of Motor 'Vehicles sat silently 
by his side. When the traffic started the 
driver started too. But he did something 
wrong, the car gave a lurch, and he tore 
the right rear fender from the car up 
ahead. 

An unusual situation ? Not too unusual, 
according to the National Automobile 
Club. Last year more than 300 applicants 
for California drivers' licenses were in- 
volved in such accidents and in 16 of these 
accidents the examiner was injured. 



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Friday Afternoon 2:15 

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Rudolf Serkin, Guest Pianist 
Tickets for Thursday and Friday Con- 
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December 19^7 - January 19^8 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 7 



ABOVE AND BEYOND 



Tonight a man may die . . . 

It will happen in the early morning 
hours and he will either be in the warm 
confines of his car or in a darkened door- 
way . . . alert to every sound and move- 
ment around him. 

But above all he will be waiting . . . 

He is an average guy, a little over six- 
feet tall, thirty-seven years old, married 
and the father of one child. 

Tonight he is wearing a blue suit, blue 
shirt, black tie and a blue hat. 

The buttons on his coat are brass; there 
is a small medal on his hat that contain 
the words "Oro En Paz Fierro En Guerra" 
meaning "Gold in Peace; Iron in War." 

Silver Star 

The piece of silver over his heart is a 
star. 

It has seven points, a number, and the 
words "San Francisco Police Department" 
written on it. 

This man is a police officer . . . 

Tonight in the interests of law and or- 
der he is going "Above and Beyond" the 
call of duty; for at this moment he is 
staking out an ex-con, a three-time loser, 
a habitual criminal, a man who if ever 
again is arrested and convicted of a felony 
will spend the rest of his natural life be- 
hind the bars of a maximum security 
prison. 

A man who will have nothing to lose 
even if he has to kill to escape the price 
of arrest. 

He has been a robber, burglar, kidnap- 
per, dope pusher, user, pimp, drunk, vag- 
rant, car thief, shoplifter, receiver of 
stolen goods and other infamous types of 
crime are also recorded on his record. 

22 Years of Crime 
His criminal career started when he was 
seven year old, and today, at twent)'-nine. 



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he has spent more than three fourths of 
his life in prison. 

Officer of Al Johnston of San Francis- 
co's Mission Police Station was remember- 
ing all of these things as he continued his 
stake out on the cafe that only the night 
before had been robbed; and the man he 
was sure had done it. 



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An hour went by then two and still he 
waited, quietly, patiently, alertly for his 
quarry to betray his presence. 

Suddenly, as the third hour was draw- 
ing to a close, the suspect came quickly 
down the street seeking shelter in the 
doorway of the restaurant he was about to 
attempt to burglarize. 

After a fast look around to be sure he 
was alone he went to work. 

Officer Waits 
Five minutes went by, then ten, as the 
officer continued his vigil; waiting until 
entry was nearly complete; then he slowly 
and silently made his way toward the cul- 
prit. 

(CoJiliiiueJ on page 11) 



Season's 
Compliments 



Robert S. Atkins 



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PAINTING CONTRACTOR 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



December 1937 - January 1958 



947 FUGITIVES SOUGHT 



FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover has an- 
nounced that a record total of 947 fugi- 
tives being sought by the FBI under the 
Fugitive Felon Act were located in the fis- 
cal year ending June 30, 19?7. This total 
represents an increase of nearly five per 
cent over the previous high of 902 such 
fugitives who were apprehended in the 
1956 fiscal year. 

Under the Fugitive Felon Act, the FBI 
may conduct investigations to locate per- 
son who have fled across state lines to 
avoid prosecution, custody or confinement 
for any of the following crimes: murder; 
kidnapping; burglary; robbery; mayhem; 
rape; assault with a dangerous weapon; 
arson when punishable as a felony; extor- 
tion when accompanied by threats of vi- 
olence; or attempts to commit any of these 
crimes. The FBI also is authorized to lo- 
cate persons who flee interstate to avoid 
giving testimony in any criminal proceed- 
ing involving an oflfense which is punish- 
able by imprisonment in a penitentiary. 

The FBI Director stated, "Although 
the Federal law provides penalties for per- 
sons who viuiate the Fugitive Felon Act, 
the primary purpose of our investigations 
is to locate these fugitives and make them 
available to state and local authorities. 
Accordingly, Federal prosecution general- 
ly is declined by the Department of Jus- 
tice, and the offender is immediately avail- 
able to the jurisdiction from which he has 
fled." 

Mr. Hoover emphasized that local proc- 
ess must be outstanding, and a request for 



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the FBI to investigate must be received 
before his Bureau can seek the apprehen- 
sion of violators of the Fugitive Felon Act. 
This year, the FBI is sponsoring a 
series of law enforcement conferences 
throughout the Nation devoted to fugi- 
tive investigations. During the first six 
months of 1957, eighty-six of these con- 
ferences were held. Approximately 100 
more are scheduled for the remainder of 
the year. 

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— FROM — 

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SEASON'S GREETINGS FROM 

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SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



ng to give you one more chance to identify the police oldtimers in this picture of early San 
at least. Don't delay. Write your guesses to the Joi'RNal. 

FATIGUE IS DEADLY 

Fatigue and dozing at the wheel are 
definite accident causing factors warns the 
California Highway Patrol. 

"An average of over 270 drivers a 
month either fatigued or asleep at the 
wheel are involved in traffic accidents on 
California streets and highways, " declared 
Patrol Commissioner B. R. Caldwell. 
"These factors are easily controlled 
through proper consideration of the haz- 
ards connected with driving while exces- 
sively tired or sleepy. 

"Fatigue and sleepiness are usually the 
result of long and continuous driving 
hours, failure to get adequate rest each 
night while on a trip, and trying to pack 
an excessive number of miles into a few 
hours," Caldwell stated. "Single-car, run- 
ning-ofF-roadway type accidents frequently 
involve a driver asleep or dozing at the 
wheel. 

"The control of this situation is simple," 
he concluded. "Shorter driving hours, fre- 
quent rest stops, adequate sleep each night, 
and sharing the driving will help eliminate 
accidents caused by fatigue and sleepi- 
ness." 



Our Silver Anniversary 

R. S. Silverberg 

General Contractor 

1185 32nd STREET 
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 

UN 3-6345 

1122 OAK STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 



LOMBARD LIQUOR STORE 

FREE FAST DELIVERY 

A PERSONAL SERVICE 
Ice Cubes With Orders 

MIS LOMBARD STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO 23 CALIFORNIA 



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December 1957 - January 1958 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

STAR OP THE SEA 
Father Cloutier 

4420 GEARY BOULEVARD 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

Telephone EXbrook 2-03 I 7 

NEW PROCESS CHEMICAL 
CO., INC. 

TRICON CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 

121 CLAY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO 1 1 CALIFORNIA 

UNderhill 3-5881 

PAL'S CLUB 

THE PLACE FOR PALS TO MEET 

Millie and George Getting 

SIXTEENTH AND VALENCIA STREETS 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



PINKERTON'S NATIONAL 
DETECTIVE AGENCY 

MONADNOCK BUILDING 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



LA ESTRELLITA MORTUARY 

1159 VALENCIA STREET 

(Between 22nd and 23rd) 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

HEmlock 1-1234 

KINKADE BRAKE SERVICE 

"GOOD BRAKES ARE YOUR 

BEST INSURANCE" 
Official Brake Station #2561 

241 TENTH STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



PACIFIC FELT COMPANY 



WHO'S LIABLE? 

Do you drive a state car or other state 
equipment? If you do, are you always 
sure you are using the vehicle on actual 
state business, so that, should you be- 
come involved in an accident, you will 
not personally be held liable? 

Any State employee, while using a 
state-owned vehicle on official business, 
is fully protected under insurance taken 
out by the State against liability for per- 
sonal injury and property damage to 
others. There is no personal insurance 
on the employee himself except under 
the provisions of the Workmen's .Com- 
pensation Act, which covers all state em- 
ployees injured in the course of their em- 
ployment. 

As indicated above, the key factor in 
determining liability of a state employee 
who incurs an accident while driving a 
state vehicle is whether or not the em- 
ployee is on official state business at the 
time the accident occurs. 

According to J. F. Brady, insurance 
adviser with the Department of Finance, 
there is a fair interpretation, based on 
common sense, that allows the employee 
to take the state vehicle when he goes 
out for meals or if he wishes to pick up 
some luggage at his home prior to a trip 
out of town. He cited cases, however, 
where employees were held personally 
liable as a result of becoming involved 
in an accident when operating a state ve- 
hicle while not in the course of their em- 
ployment. 

Brady pointed out there have been re- 
latively few cases of misuse of state cars, 
particularly in recent years, and that 
many times the offender is unaware that 
he is doing wrong. He urged all state 
employees who have occasion to drive a 
state vehicle to exercise the utmost dis- 
cretion and operate it only on official 
duty. Anyone who violates tiiis provision 
is placing himself in an extremely deli- 
cate position, he said. 

EXbrook 2-8003 

ROSE BIAGINI 

MANUFACTURING FURRIER 



710 YORK STREET 140 GEARY STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Mis 



7-0111 



CEDAR -WALL CO. 

Felix A. Alfaro 



370 COLERIDGE STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



PACIFIC FELT COMPANY. INC. 

Manufacturers and Distributors of Quality 
COTTON AND WOOL PRODUCTS 

700 - 798 YORK STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO 10 CALIFORNIA 



Bekins Van and 
Storage Company 

MARKET 1-3520 

13TH AND Mission Sts. 
San Francisco, Calif, 



SUtter 1-2525 

Folger's Coffee 

Top-selling coffee west of the 
Mississippi 

101 Howard Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



YU 2-6130 

Franklin 
Life Insurance Co. 

of 
Springfield, Illinois 

353 SACRAMENTO STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 



JU 4-8082 

Linda's Market 

Wine, Beer, Groceries 

700 Naples Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



December 19''7 ■ January 1958 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 11 



Compliments 

of 

A 

FRIEND 



Paul G. deAlva & Associates 

PROPERTY INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS 
Participating Policies 

ave Up to One-Fifth on Your Insurance Cost 



260 KEARNY ST. 



Califo 



IMPORTED GROCERIES — DEUCATESSEN 
WINES — BEERS 

MARY'S GROCERY 

Dick and Ceil Fernandez, Props. 

VAlencia 6-5765 

2002 Quesada Avenue 
SAN FRANCISCO 24 CALIFORNIA 



JU 7-3566 



PLAYER'S CLUB 

MUSIC & DANCING 
Friday A Saturday Nites 

2245 GENEVA AVENUE 
SAN FRANCISCO 



SILVER CREST RESTAURANT 



BAR AND GRILL 



ABOVE AND BEYOND 

(ConlinueJ from page 7 J 

"Hold it, what do you think you're 
doing " asked Officer Johnston as he or- 
dered the burglar to drop his screwdriver 
and hammer. 

I-or a long moment policeman and rob- 
ber stared at each other; each determined 
that he would win the battle for survival. 

Then, without warning, the felon raised 
his hand and holding the hammer in an 
upraised position advanced on the lawman 
threatening to strike him and at the same 
time telling him that "You'll never send 
me back to prison." 

It was a grim moment, then, with one 
fast step, the officer grabbed the arm of 
the convict and wrestled him free of the 
deadly weapon and after another brief 
struggle was able to handcuff him and 
call for the wagon. 

Justice Done 

Thus a hardened and dangerous crimi- 
nal was brought to justice by an officer 
whose courage and wisdom enabled him 
to end this man's burglaries in his area, 
eliminate an undesirable person from his 
beat, and yet through it all not have to 
shoot or kill the savage ex-con who vowed 
that he "would never be taken back to 
prison" again. 

He is a quiet and methodical law- 
man . . . 

He is suspicious and always alert . . . 

It is because of this that he caught a 
"Hot Prowler" recently. 

"I hear someone in my yard," came the 
frantic voice over the phone. 

It was during the pre-dawn hours last 
February, and Officer Dave Utter had 
just completed his tour of Mission Street 
in San Francisco's outer Ingleside District 
when the call came over the police car 
radio that a woman had just reported a 
prowler in her yard. 

As Communications gave him the ad- 
dress, he turned his car toward the St. 
Francis Woods house to interview the pos- 
sible victim. 

As he approached the scene, he saw a 
movement in the bushes to his right. 

It was a large white figure and it disap- 
peared back into the shrubs as the police 
car neared it. 

Bringing the car to a stop the officer 
hurried toward the fast vanishing fig- 
ure . . . 



mi 8-9954 
340 Bay soon 
SAN FRANCISCO 24 



CALIFORNIA 



FALLING ASLEEP AT WHEEL 

Falling asleep at the wheel is the re- 
ported cause of four out of every hundred 
fatal driving accidents. National Automo- 
bile Club advises you not to drive when 
you're drowsy. 



Famous German Restaurant and Bar 

THE RATHSKELLER 

LUNCHEON — DINNER 

Imported and Domestic Beer, Wine & Liquors 

Imported and Domestic Beer on Tap 

BANQUET ROOMS 

Polk and Turk Streets 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

ROSE-O-FAYE CLEANERS 

We Take Pride in Our Work 

NO JOB TOO SMALL OR LARGE 

All Work Hand-Finished 

ALTERATIONS 

AT 2-2762 

771 Capp Street, Corner 23rd 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

WOODIN & LITTLE 
"T/ie Pump House" 



JU 6-6500 

80 Elmira Street 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



SEASONS GREETINGS 

1957 

Compliments 

SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. 



D. PICCININI COMPANY 

CONCRETE CONTRACTOR 
D. Piccinini 

3990 Alemany Boulevard 
SAN FRANCISCO 25 CALIFORNIA 



LONGHORN TAVERN 

EDDIE «c DICK 

121 - 4th Street 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



STANLEY'S HOME BASE 

MO. 4-9825 

725 Irving Street 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



N. GRAY & CO. 

San Francisco's Oldest Funeral Directors 
NOW — 2 San Francisco Locations 

Divisadero St. at Post 

19th Avenue at Sargent St. 

WAInut 1-1231 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



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December 1957 - January 1958 



C. O. A. F. 



UNITED TOWING COMPANY 

Pier 14 SUtter 1-6606 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



DAIRY INDUSTRY EQUIPMENT 
AND SUPPLY CO. 

Stan Boyanich. Owner 



3698 - 17lh Street 
SAN FRANCISCO 



UNderhill 3-3622 

CALIFORNIA 



LEEDS TV 

RADIO AND TELEVISION SERVICE 
Color Specialist. 

3283 Twenty-first St. Mission 7-1062 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

JOHN T. BEVANS TYPESETTING 
CO., INC. 



S32 Sansome Street 

SAN FRANCISCO I I 



GAHield 1-41S2 

CALIFORNIA 



YUkon 2-3245 • SUtter 1-9985 

FAR EAST CAFE 

FAMOUS CHINESE FOOD 
. . . COCKTAIL LOUNGE . . . 

Open From 12 Noon to 11:30 P.M. 

63 1 GRANT AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



KING KOLD ICE CREAM BOWL 

901 Clement Street SKyline 1-8148 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



THE RACQUET CLUB 

690 SACRAMENTO STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



"Hey, come here," called the policeman, 
as he continued to pursue through the 
thick, wet fog. 

After a short chase the officer caught 
the strange looking man and as he re- 
strained him he noticed that the suspect 
had blood covering his hands and arms 
and that he was encased entirely in a cast 
with only his eyes, nose and mouth show- 
ing. 

Realizing that the man might be in- 
volved in some way with the prowler call, 
Officer Utter returned him to the scene of 
the prowl and, after a short investigation 
of the surrounding area, the lawman 
found that one service station and ^our 
cars had been broken into and a fifth car 
stolen. 

Bloody Glass 

Confronting the suspect with the fact 
that his blood was all over the broken 
glass and that a test would prove it to be 
his the culprit confessed to the crimes and 
was convicted. 

Later he went mad and is now in a hos- 
pital for the insane. 

Officer Utter who has been on the force 
seven years has three commendations to 
his credit and has this past year caught sev- 
eral wanted burglars and numerous times 
just on instinct questioned people who 
were either wanted by the police or were 
armed with guns or knives unlawfully. 

Asked what he thought of police work 
and its duties, he said simply, "I like it, 
you meet lots of people and lots of times 
you can really help them and that's the 
important thing in this job; helping peo- 
ple." 

So it goes the policeman and the crimi- 
nal each on guard one against the other. 

The beatman, the radio car officer, it 
makes no difference who they may be, they 
are there when the going gets tough for 
the citizen who needs help. 

Some are good officers, some are hard- 
hitting, persistent, suspicious, and all have 
courage and guts; these are the men who 
for the sake of making it a better city are 
willing, no matter how hard it may be for 
them, to go "Above and Beyond the Call 
of Duty," and it is they we salute today. 



DRIVER'S LICENSE 

Have you looked at your driver's li- 
cense lately to see if it has expired. Check 
it now reminds the California State Auto- 
mobile Assciation, and renew it promptly 
in the event that it has expired. 

LOS ANGELES 

As capital of the Mexican Province, Los 
Angeles was the last place to surrender to 
the United States at the time of the Amer- 
ican occupation in 1847, reports the Cali- 
fornia State Automobile Association. 



MEYER & YOUNG 

679 PORTOLA DRIVE 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

TROJAN POWDER COMPANY 

620 MARKET STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Phone HEmlock 1-8967 

GENE'S CERTIFIED AUTO 
REPAIRS 

Gene Falgoust 

COMPLETE BODY SHOP 

SPECIALIZING AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION 

Open 8 A.M. to 8 P.M. Monday thru Saturday 

2 70 FOURTEENTH STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



JAPAN TRADE CENTER 
OF SAN FRANCISCO 



531 SUTTER STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



DAYLIGHT COFFEE SHOP 

GOOD COFFEE - HOME COOKING 
Courteous Service • Reasonable Prices 

2630 Bayshore Highway JUniper 6-SSOS 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

Ordway 3-7025 

FISHERMAN'S GROTTO 

#■9 FISHERMAN'S WHARF 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



AL'S TELEVISION 

INSTALLATION - SERVICE 
DAY AND NIGHT 

1939 Lawton Street MOntrose 4-2241 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



SEASON'S GREETINGS 
Compliments of 

HONOLULU OIL CORPORATION 



December 1957 - January 195S 



POLICn AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 13 



DALY CITY POLICE 



Most of it is dark and cold and lonely. 

The area has nearly 38,000 people in 
it. Fourteen of them are policemen on the 
night shift of the Daly City Police Depart- 
ment. 

In charge of the night watches are Cap- 
tain Roy Beecher, Sergeants Dean Wood, 
Dave Hanson and Ricco Benedetti. 

The loneliest and the deadliest hours are 
from midnight to five A.M. 

The thief, the prowler, the rapist, the 
murderer are all out on the street at this 
time of the morning. 

Officer Jim Sunderland was on his rou- 
tine patrol early one morning when he re- 
ceived a call to "investigate a reported 
prowler in the rear of King's Market." 

The officer sped to the scene and began 
his search of the premises. Slowly and 
quietly he made his way around the large 
building. 

Suddenly as the good looking young 
officer approached an alley near the side 
entrance, he stopped and listened ... he 
heard the sound of running feet. 
At Gun's Point 

Drawing his gun he turned into the 
alley just as the suspect ran at him. 

"Halt, halt or I'll shoot . . . ," yelled 
Sunderland. 

As the policeman raised his gun to take 
aim the suspect stopped, hands in the air, 
to surrender quietly to the waiting officer. 

This is not the first time Jim Sunder- 
land has had a run in with prowlers. 

In another case he had to hunt through 
a dark deserted auto company to find his 
quarry; locating him finally under a car 
the officer had to drag the culprit out but 
only after he had the help of his fellow 
workers. 

Five years with the Daly City Police 
Department has taught Officer Sunderland 
to be ready for anything as he answers 
his calls during the night's work. 

Ralph Warren, 25, has just joined the 
department and was assigned to the West- 
lake District on night duty when he re- 
ceived a call to proceed to an address in 
his section to investigate a report of a 
knifing. 

Victim Stabbed 

Uf)on his arrival on the scene, the of- 
ficer finds that the complainant was cover- 
ed with blood and extremely frightened. 

The story was that a man had broken 
into the victim's apartment and for no 
apparent reason began to stab him ! 

Obtaining a description of the knifer, 
the new young officer started his search for 
the assailant. 

The night was cold and a heavy fog lay 
thick over the area as the policeman be- 




EFFICIENCY HIS MOTTO— He is Roland Petrocchi, Chief of Police of Daly City who has 
builc an enviable record for his cooperation with neighborhood city law enforcement agnecies. 



PLaza 5-1445 

Daly City Drug Co. 

"Most Modern, Complete and 

Fully Equipped Prescription 

Department in Daly City" 

Fast Free Delivery to Daly City, 

Westlake, Broadmoor Areas 

9 a.m. - 10 p.m. 

6331 Mission Street 

Daly City, California 



SURF SUPER MARKET 

L. Perez. F. Perez, M. Canardo. Props. 
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS 

3638 LAWTON STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

KL 2-2625 

COMPLIMENTS AND SEASON'S GREETINGS 
FROM 

SUPER MACHINE WORKS, INC. 



1050 NATOMA STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



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December 1957 - January 1938 



PLaxa 5-5868 - PLaza 5-5869 

ASSOCIATED POULTRY CO. 

DRESSED MILK-FED POULTRY 
Wholesale and Retail 

7339 MISSION STREET 
DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 

MODERN PAINTERS AND 
DECORATORSS 

Henry Cosmos 

RESIDENTIAL - CONflVIERCIAL 

Free Estimates - FHA Terms 



239 Knowles Avenue 
DALY CITY 



PLaza S-S798 
CALIFORNIA 



GIGLI COMPANY 

(Say "Gee-Lee") 

Complete Line of 

PLUMBING AND HEATING NEEDS 

Installation * Rejair • Service 

—CONTRACTORS — 



6830-44 Mission Street 
DALY CITY 



PLaza S-4170 

CALIFORNIA 



Office Phone: JUniper 5-8350 

DR. DONALD DICKSON 

CHIROPRACTOR 



• X-Ray • Manipulations • Colon Irrigations 
• Electric-Therapy • Lady Attendant 

6137 MISSION STREET 
DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 



A. L. STOCKTON LUMBER CO. 

TOP QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS 
Builders* Hardware - Cabinet Work 



6100 Mission Street 
DALY CITY 



PLaza 5-6230 

CALIFORNIA 



PL 5-1515 - PL 5-1204 

CENTRAL HARDWARE GLASS 

HARDWARE - GLASS - MIRRORS 
CENTRAL MIRROR & GLASS CO. 

2398 Junipero Serra Boulevard 

Broadmoor Shopping Center 

DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 

CROWN DRUG CO. 

We Give S «c H Green Stamps 

PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST 

Dependable Free Delivery Service 

355 South Maylair Avenue PLaza 5-8200 

WESTLAKE 
DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 

ACE MEAT CO. 

DIAMOND BRAND— 

Stall-Fed Beef Carefully Aged to Suit 
Your Taste 



6324 Miss 
DALY CITY 



PLaza 6-0995 

CALIFORNIA 



gan walking up and down the streets look- 
ing, listening, and watching for the slight- 
est sound that might betray perhaps a 
drunk with a mean streak, a crazy man 
who may like the sight of blood, or maybe 
a jealous husband who was angry at some 
competition. 

An hour went hy, and still no sign of 
the suspect. Wearily the officer continued 
his search when suddenly he sees a shad- 
ow coming from behind a parked car ! 

With his hand on his gun, the lawman 
edged toward the car from the rear until 
he is just behind the culprit. 

"Freeze," orders Warren! 
Drops Weapon 

Turning around, the suspect drop's his 
weapon as the officer takes him into cus- 
tody. 

Once more the things that are routine to 
the average officer and frightening to the 
general public are done without hestita- 
tion by the police department as part of a 
night's work. 

Routine patrols are not the only thing 
that the Daly City Police Department does 
as a matter of course. 

Phil LaBruzzo, 35, was assigned to a 
"Stakeout" in a motel recently to help a 
San Francisco Police Inspector watch the 
movements of a forger. 

His job was to watch and wait only, 
unless the suspect tried to leave the pre- 
mises. 

Hours went by, and then days, and yet 
the forger did not try to leave the motel. 

With persistence the officers kept dog- 
gedly to their assigned task. 

As the officers began another nerve- 
racking night of vigilance, they noted an 
unusual amount of noise and activity com- 
ing from the adjoining cabin. 

"Let's go, that guy is packing his car!" 
said the Daly City Policeman. 

Tries To Escape 

Handcuffing their prisoner to the bed, 
the San Francisco Inspector went to place 
a call to his office. 

This should have been the end of an- 
other routine job for the two men but it 
proved quite different, for, as LaBruzzo 
waited with his charge, the prisoner com- 
plained that his handcuffs were too tight, 
and "cutting me." 

Approaching the bed to check the com- 
plaint, LaBruzzo was suddenly kicked in , 
the gr.Din, and LaBruzzo collapsed to the 
floor in a haze of the most agonizing pain, 
while the suspect dove through a window, 
handcuffs and all ! 

Getting to his feet, the policeman, des- 
pite his pain, started to pursue the culprit. 

Running harder, faster faster the officer 
began to gain ground. 

"Stop, stop or I'll shoot!" called the 
policeman. 



PL 5-1000 

ART COLVIN 

Real Estate - Insurance 



1999 Junipero Serra Boulevard 

Daly City, Calif. 



Pearlman & Geiger 

Painting and Paperhanging 

Drab or Dull or Fresh and Bright 

PAINT Makes the Difference 

PL 5-2836 - PL 5-2660 

" 16 mission circle 
Daly City, California 



PLAZA-JUNIPER ANSWERING 
SERVICE 

JUNIPER — PLAZA — DELAWARE 
24-Hour Service 



512 90th Street 

COLMA 



PLaza 6-4556 

CALIFORNIA 



THE VILLA SANITARIUM 

Jos. Sarlo. Mgr-Owner 



HOSPITAL CARE FOR PROLONGED 
MEDICAL CASES 



130 Vale Street 
DALY CITY 



PLaza 5-0411 

CALIFORNIA 



LEWIS J. RICHARDS, M.D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

Monday Through Friday 
1:00 to 5:30 P.M. or hy Appointment 

Phone PLaza 5-1839 Day or Night 

6387 MISSION STREET 
DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 



DALY CITY VOLKSWAGEN CO. 

NEW AND USED CARS 



6918 Missii 
DALY CITY 



PLaza 6-0202 

CALIFORNIA 



December 19^7 ■ January 1958 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 15 



VISTA GRANDE MARKET 

PLaza S-9874 

6350 MISSION STREET 

DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 

BROADMOOR PHARMACY 

YOUR REXALL STORE 

FREE DELIVERY 

PLaza 6-S633 

2388 JUNIPERO SERRA BOULEVARD 

DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 

IN DALY CITY IT'S 

NEVILLE FORD 

PLaza S-4813 

7360 MISSION STREET 

DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 

B & G MARKET 

GROCERIES — MEATS ' 
FRESH FRUITS — VEGETABLES 

PLaza 5-9941 

584 HILLSIDE BOULEVARD 
DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 

HILLTOP MEAT DEPARTMENT 

QUALITY MEATS — FISH — POULTRY 

PLaza S-0101 

6315 MISSION STREET 
DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 



VISTA GRANDE MARKET 

6350 Mission Street PL S-9874 

DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 



PETER MAZZANTI 

WHOLESALE FLOWER GROWER 

820 Tennis Drive JU 8-0183 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



EVERSON AUTO & TRUCK 
REPAIR 



206 Baden JU S-3304 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Still the suspect ran . . . 

Shoots His Man 

Then a shot rang out, then another and 
in the stillness the sharp sound of a cry 
of pain was torn from the prisoner's throat 
as he fell to the ground, — a .38 slug in 
his leg. 

On the desk to answer the calls as they 
come in are Al Nicolini, 23, who comes 
from a family of policemen, his dad being 
a lieutenant in the regular department in 
San Francisco. 

On the midnight shift is the newest 
communications officer. Bill La Forrest. 

Relieving them is young Jerry Galindo, 
who is also in a radio car most of the time. 

It is this officer whom your writer pre- 
dicts will in time become a very valuable 
asset to the Daly City Police Department, 
— for in his spare time he is studying all 
types of police work; fingerprinting, iden- 
tification, and modus operandi of the crim- 
inal as well as other sciences in the police 
profession. 

The Daly City Police Department also 
has in its ranks an officer who holds a 
degree in law. 

Steve Steen has been a member of the 
force for two years and although only 
twenty-seven years of age, in addition to 
his law degree, has an impressive record 
in the department. 

Handles Juveniles 

The Juvenile Officer is Charles Terry, 
32, and a member of the force for the 
past four years. 

Aside from his work with juveniles, he 
performs his regular duties as a radio car 
officer. 

George Brooks and Dick De Losa as- 
sisted each other one evening when they 
spotted a stolen car. 

It all started when De Losa, on his 
motorcycle, saw a car go through a stop 
sign. 

Giving chase he sees that the car is 
listed as stolen on his "Hot sheet." 

Thirty, forty, fifty, seevnty, eighty, 
ninety miles an hour they raced along till 
the wanted car suddenly stopped. 

Approaching the suspect, the officer got 



EM 8-1611 


DINO PARDINI 


General Contractor 


and Builder 


411 Oakwood Blvd. 


Redwood City, Calif. 





Diamond 45 I 37 



T. J. MARTIN & COMPANY 

DEVELOPERS— BUILDERS 



410 GEORGETOWN AVENUE 
SAN MATEO CALIFORNIA 



Diamond 41701 



C. A. BUCK 



815 WOODSIDE WAY 
SAN MATEO CALIFORNIA 



THE CAMERA SHOP 

541 BRYANT STREET 
PALO ALTO CALIFORNIA 

GEORGE S. PADDLEFORD 

CADILLAC — OLDSMOBILE 

DA 3-4151 

Homer Avenue & Emerson Street 
PALO ALTO CALIFORNIA 



THE GREEN DOOR CAFE 



2471 MIDDLEFIELD ROAD 
MOUNTAIN VIEW CALIFORNIA 

Phone Yorkshire 7-9813 

MOHRMANN'S JOCKEY CLUB 

COCKTAILS - MIXED DRINKS 

165 CASTRO STREET 
MOUNTAIN VIEW CALIFORNIA 

Phone YO 7-9837 

A L ' S CLUB 

Al Pashote 

129 CASTRO STREET 
MOUNTAIN VIEW CALIFORNIA 

YO 7-0287 

WALLY TRU MPP 

CHEVRON GAS STATION 

EXPERT BRAKE AND TUNE-UP SERVICE 

6 Months on Tires and Batteries 

MOFFETT AND CENTRAL 
MOUNTAIN VIEW CALIFORNIA 



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December 1957 - January 1958 



as far as the door when the driver started 
up suddenly, throwing the policeman to 
the ground. 

Gets An Assist 

Getting to his feet, the officer once more 
gave chase to the speeding car, until at 
last after a five mile chase, Dick De Losa's 
fellow-officer , George Brooks, swung into 
Sloat Boulevard at 19th Ave., cutting off 
the wanted car. 

This time with guns drawn, the two 
policemen approached the car whereupon 
the culprits surrenderd without a struggle. 

It would be interesting to note at this 
time that the Daly Cit>' Police Department 
is equipped with a three-way radio which 
makes it possible to talk to each other as 
well as to the station both in radio cars 
and on the motorcycle as well. 

Each of the cars in operation are one- 
man operated; however, the things that 
each man carries with him as an aid to his 
work are equivalent to not only one more 
partner, but several, — their courange! 
While Off Duty 

The courage that the Daly City Police 
maintain lasts not only during the working 
period, but even when the officers are off 
duty and on their own time, as was proved 
by Jim Bergstrom, 28. 

The young policeman had just gone off 
duty and had stopped by to see his friends 
in a cocktail lounge near by. 

As the lawman sat talking, two men 
entered the bar and proceeded to hold it 
up! Watching the bandits, he wondered 
what would happen to him if he could 
sneak out to get help to capture the cul- 
prits, before they made their escape. 

He was not long in finding out, — for 
the culprits were suddenly leaving the 
premises. 

"Hold it, I'm a police officer!" cried 
Bergstrom, giving chase! 

One look at the determined young man 
and the culprits fled down the street with 
Bergstrom in hot pursuit! 

"Halt, or I'll shoot," yelled Bergstrom. 

Still they ran! 

Gun Battle Starts 

Abruptly the midnight silence was shat- 
tered by a gun blast then another and then 
still another! 

Policeman and fugitives battling for 
survival in the cold, unfeeling night! 

Then it was over, — the lawman had 
lost the battle and the robbers had made 
good their getaway. 

But, had he lost the battle ? 

He had tried to stop them, he had 
shown raw courage when he went after 
them in the first place, and he did get an 
excellent description that helped to identi- 
fy them when they were apprehended in 
Stockton a short time later I 

Officer Dick Sims is the finder of many 
stolen cars in the Daly City sector. 



Stolen Car! 

Aside from this feat, he has worked 
with juveniles in his area a great deal of 
the time, and is generally a good man to 
have around no matter what the task may 
be. 

Frank Murray, an alert and efficient 
young man who has been with the depart- 
ment for about two years, was on the alert 
for speeders, fights and prowlers one 
night when he saw a stolen car speed past 
him headed down Mission Street, with a 
South San Francisco police car in hot pur- 
suit! 

Seventy, eighty, ninety miles an hour 
they raced ! 

Passing the two cars at one hundred 
miles an hour, the officer became a human 
road block a few yards away ! 

As the speeding car came into view, it 
began slowing to a halt. 

When the officers came up to arrest the 
young offenders, they found that they had 
stolen a gun, also, and had intended to 
rob a store. 

One of the boys who was nineteen is 
now serving a one to ten year sentence in 
San Quentin penitentiary. 

He's Newest Man 

The newest man on the Daly City Police 
Force is young Dick Brewer, who has 
been with the department only two 
months. 

He, too, comes from a family of police- 
men, as his father is a member of the 
Westlake Police. 

Last, but not least on this efficient little 
city's police force is Bob Crocker, a mem- 
ber of the department for the past five 
years. 

Police work is his business, and he does 
it well! 



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Charlie and Chuck's 

BON TON 

Cocktail Lounge 

893 MoFFET Boulevard 
Mountain View, Calif. 



U. SAVE MARKET 

GROCERIES AND MEATS 



Yorkshire 7-1921 

1060 Miramonte Avenue 
MOUNTAIN VIEW CALIFORNIA 



Careful, vigilant, and serious, this offi- 
cer has made a record number of arrests 
of those who have violated the law. 

And in charge of these fine, efficient 
officers, is Chief of Police Roland Petro- 
cchi, a fifteen year member of the Daly 
City Police Force! 

His integrity and fairness are only two 
of the many attributes that make him the 
excellent chief that he is ! 

The men of his organization are out to 
do their very best because they are proud 
of him and the department of which they 
are members ! 

Fine Reputation 

His Deputy Chief is Roy McLarnin, a 
quiet, hard-working officer whose only 
wish is to have the "Best Police Depart- 
ment in the world !" 

His wish is very close to being granted, 
for this department is rated second with 
the Berkeley Police Department, who have 
just a slight edge! 

But no matter who leads, there is still 
the job to do ! 

No matter how great the odds, there are 
still only fourteen men to handle the 38,- 
000 odds against them ! 

Most of it is cold and dark and lonely ! 

The loneliest and deadliest hours are 
from midnight to five in the morning! 

The thief, the prowler, the rapist, and 
the murdered are all out at this time of 
the night! 

But so is the Daly City Police Depart- 
ment with its brave and courageous mem- 
bers, and it is to them that we say, "It's 
a job well done!" 



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4150 Middlefield Road 
Palo Alto, California 

DA 3-6251 

SCHMALING 
AND STENBIT 



300 Bryant Street 
Palo Alto, Californl^. 



December 19^7 ■ ftinuiiry I9.'>8 



POLICE AND PEACE OEl-ICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 17 



PRESTON POLICE PISTOL CHAMP 



I suppose I could start this off with the 
old, well-known expresion, "Ladies and 
gentlemen, the winner — and still the 
Champion— ED PRESTON ! ! ! " Yep, 
Ed did it again this year with a grand ag- 
gregate score of 583 as against his last 
year's score of 586. Not much of a differ- 
ence but still good enough to win. After 
the tournament we find Sgt. Karl Schau- 
gaard and Dick Willett tied for second 
with Karl getting the nod via the Creed- 
more schedule. L.xst year Karl wound up 
in the seventh place and Dick found him- 
self in sixth place. In the other classes 
none of the last year winners made the 
grade so we have another set of class win- 
ners for 1957. 

I might add that this year's tournament 
was a huge success with over 400 indivi- 
dual contestants and some 100 teams on 
the line. And as you probably know, the 
aggregate scores were figured by taking 
the two high scores out of the three and 
tabulated on that basis. 

The last match, not the aggregate, was 
won in the Master 1st class by Dick Wil- 
lett of Taraval with a 291. The Master 
class was won by Jack Southern of Mis- 
sion, with a 276, the Expert class winner 
was Frank Surina with a 265 while R. 
Schneider, of Richmond, took the sharp- 
shooter match with a 250. Rangemaster 
Bob Abernethy won the Marksman class 
with a 230 and the Marksman 2nd top 
day's score went to A. Alves of Central 
with a 210. So much for the last day's 
scores — they all counted in the final scores. 

Master Class "Winners 

The aggregate individual winner in the 
Master Class was E. Caldwell with a 552, 
second was A. Esperance with a 550 and 
Chas. Bates with a 550. This class was 
dominated by the Traffic Bureau as all 
three winners were of that squad. 

In the Expert Class C. J. Smith took the 
top prize with a 521, closely followed by 
Insp. Duveneck with a 519 who in turn 
tied with C. Thum of Richmond but lost 
out via the Creedmore route and finished 
in the third place. 

Traffic officer H. Kind won the Sharp- 
shooter class with a 501 who tied with J. 
Ruggeirio of Central with another 501 — • 
the Creedmore route set Ruggeirio in sec- 
ond place and F. Woods, of Traffic was 
given the same treatment with his 501 and 
landed in the third spot. This was a nice 
threeway tie and took a bit of doing to 
finally break it down. 

The Marksman Class had another tie 
for first and second place when Sgt. Eck- 
hardt of Ingleside and K. Carstensen of 



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Traffic finished with each a 461. Creed- 
mored out of 1st place was Carstensen so 
the good sergeant was given the nod and 
the top prize. In third place was R. Craw- 
ford of the Park station with a 456. 



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Dino A. Cabano 
343 El Camino Real 

MOUNTAIN VIEW CALIFORNIA 



The Marksman 2nd class was won by 
F. McFarlad of Central with a 418 and 
his stationmate, G. Pohlcy was second 
with a 417 while G. Smith of Traffic fin- 
ished in third place with a 416. Close 
scores all along. 

Clocks For Prizes 
All class aggregate winners received a 
nice clock plus an attractive belt buckle 
which buckles were evenly distributed 
with only one shooter receiving more than 
one. All second place aggregate winners 
received tie clasps and here again, only one 

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Home News Stand 
& Fountain 

Al and Rosetta 
"GOOD COFFEE" 

112 CASTRO Street 
Mountain View, Calif. 



YO 7-9937 

Tadlocks's 
Texaco Service 

FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY 

NIGHT LUBRICATION 

AUTO REPAIRING 

Brake Service - Motor Tune-Ups 

Middlefield and 

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Palo Alto, Californla 



Yorkshire 7-7012 

Harvey's Garage 

H. P. ENSMINGER AND SON 

GENERAL REPAIRS 

Automatic Transmission Service & 
Repairs - Wheel Alignment & Bal- 
ancing - Complete Brake & Tune 
Up Service - Steam Cleaning & 
Towing. 

710 San Antonio Road 
Palo Alto, California 



Page 18 



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December 1957 - January 1958 



EM 6-0783 



CAPUTO AND 
CHAPMAN 

Brick and Stone Contractors 



164 Atherwood 
Redwood City, Calif. 



WH 8-7154 



Hillview Plumbing 
Co. 



193 So. San Antonio Road 
Mountain View, Calif. 



SPORTSWEAR FOR DAD & 1-AD 
Industrial Wear for the Working Man 

ROGERS of SUNNYVALE 



RE. 


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SUNNYVALE 




CALIFORNIA 


Yorkshire 7-3749 




THE 8 BALL 


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Phil and Car 


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MOUNTAIN VIEW 




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Phone RE 6-4521 







FOOD STOP MARKET 

FINE MEATS AND GROCERIES 

195E EL CAMINO REAL 
SUNNYVALE CALIFORNIA 

WH 8-7065 

MACER'S DONUT SHOP 

FRESH DAILY 
MILKSHAKES AND SANDWICHES 

Bill and Edna Kincaid. Owners 

644 SAN ANTONIO ROAD 
MOUNTAIN VIEW CALIFORNIA 



man received more than one. All other 
place winners rsceived medals. And of 
course, all aggregate individual winners 
will receive the customary $25 Govern- 
ment bond that the Journal gives out 
each year. Thru a mix-up I was unable to 
attend the last match to distribute the 
bonds and the editor was out of town but 
I am getting the addresses of the winners 
and will forward the bonds in due time. 
In fact they may have them by the time 
this issue of the Journal is off the press. 

The team matches always produce lots 
of spirit and this year was no different — 
only it seemed there was more spirit than 
ever before. In fact the tempo of the team 
matches increases each year. 

The Inspector's team No. 1 finally came 
in the winner over Richmond No. 1 team 
by a very close 2335 to 2330 — this was 
anybody's match going into the third day's 
shooting but inspectors Jorgensen, Al- 
brecht, Preston and Ahern proved a bit 
too powerful over Richmond's Chaney, 
Anderson, Schaugaard and Galousin and 
set them down in the second spot so the 
inspectors can still hold the trophy in their 
rooms — the envy of the other teams. Third 
place team was the Traffic boys composed 
of Breman, Johnson, Callawaert and Cald- 
well who finished the season with a 2290. 

Inspectors Best Experts 
The Expert class aggregate trophy win- 
ner was the Inspector's Team No. 2 com- 
posed of Jones, Lingafelter, Lacau (last 
year's Sharpshooter grand aggregate win- 
ner), Overstreet with a score of 2176. Sec- 
ond place was taken by Central No. 1 with 
a 2168 and third spot was filled by North- 
ern No. 1 with a 2168. 

The Sharpshooter aggregate trophy was 
taken by the number 2 team from Mission 
Station which team was composed of 
Dawe, Bulen (last year's Marksman class 
grand aggregate winner), Cook and Pos- 
ner with a score of 2046. With a score of 
2038 the Inspectors No. 4 dropped into 
second place and in the third place was 
Northern No. 2 with a score of 2023. 

(Continued on page 27 ) 



Deluxe Trailer Sales 

Flamingo - Fleetwood - Traveleze 
Roadmaster 



REgent 9-2358 

Bayshore Highway and 

BoRREGAS Avenue 

SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA 

YO 8-1624 

1832 El Camino Real 
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF. 



H. E. CASEY CO. 

Since 1906 

Building Materials - Transit Mix 

Concrete 

835 WooDSiDE Way 
San Mateo, California 

CASEY'S PALO ALTO 
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996 San Antonio Road 
Palo Alto, California 



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Julia Sanitarium 

24-Hour Nurse's Service 
Toilet and Phone in Every Room 

The Latest in Sanitariums in 

Northern California 

state licensed 

276 sierra vista ave. 
Mountain View, Calif. 



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C. E. "BILL" Evans 

Cement Contractor 



3875 Holly Avenue 
Mountain Vlew, Calif. 



YO 8-12H 

Tsunoda Brothers 

Growers - Shippers 
* 

395 Ortega Avenue 
Mountain View, Calif, 



December 19^7 ■ ]<iiiiiary 19^8 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 19 



NEW DOWNHILL TRUCK SPEEDS 



Establishment of reduced downhill 
speed limits for trucks on eight mountain 
highway grades was announced by the 
State Department of Public Works. 

The speed reductions are the first to be 
made under a law enacted by the 1957 
Legislature in an effort to reduce the dan- 
ger of run-away trucks on long downhill 
stretches. 

Grades on US Highways 99, 101, and 
40 are included in the speed zoning 
changes. The new truck speed limits on 
these sections range from 20 to 35 miles 
an hour, in place of the general statewide 
truck speed limit of 45 miles an hour. 

Downhill sections affected by the reduc- 
tions follow: 

US 99 — Shasta Springs Grade, north of 
Dunsmuir, Siskiyou County; Grapevine 
Grade, Kern County, and Three-Mile and 
Five-Mile Grades, both north of Castaic 
in Los Angeles County. 

US 101 — Cuesta Grade, north of San 
Luis Obispo, and Nojoqui Grade, north 
of Santa Barbara. 

US 40 — Glen Alder Grade, between 
Colfax and Gold Run, Placer County, and 
Donner Grade, Nevada County. 

Recommended By McCoy 

The new zoning will become effective 
with the posting of signs. The signs will 
show the speed limit figure under a plate 
bearing the word "truck" in capital letters. 

The speed limit reductions were recom- 
mended by State Highway Engineer G. T. 
McCoy following engineering and traffic 
studies by the Division of Highways. 

Under a section added to the California 
Vehicle Code by the recent session of the 
Legislature the Department of Public 
Works may reduce truck speed limits on 
descending grades after studies show that 
"the speed of 45 miles per hour is more 
than is reasonable or safe ..." 



The new law calls for reductions to "a 
speed limit of 40, 35, 30, 25, or 30 miles 
per hour, whichever is found most ap- 
propriate to facilitate the orderly move- 
ment of traffic ..." 

Truck Speed Zones 

More detailed descriptions of the truck 
speed zones are listed by county below. 

Los Angeles County — Five-Mile Grade 
(US 99), north of Castaic, 20 miles an 
hour southbound from the summit; and 
Three-Mile Grade (US 99), also north of 
Castaic, 35 miles an hour southbound 
from the summit. 

Kern County — Grapevine Grade (US 
99), 20 miles an hour northbound from 
the summit for a distance of about five 
and one-half miles. 

Santa Barbara County — Nojoqui Grade 
(US 101), 25 miles an hour southbound 
from the summitt to three-fourths of a 
mile north of the intersection with Sign 
Route 1 at Las Cruces, a distance of about 
one and three-fourths miles. 

San Luis Obispo County — Cuesta Grade 
(US 101), north of San Luis Obispo, 25 
miles an hour southbound from the sum- 
mit for about 2.6 miles. 



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Can accommodate any size trailer. 

No Dogs or Cats 

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Siskiyou County — Shasta Springs 
Grade, north of Dunsmuir (US 99), 20 
miles an hour southbound from the sum- 
mit approximately three miles. 

Placer County — Glen Alder Grade 
(US 40), between Colfax and Gold Run, 
20 miles an hour westbound from the 
summit for about three miles. 

Nevada County — Donner Grade (US 
40), 20 miles an hour eastbound from the 
summit for approximately three miles. 



Family-Style Cooking at 

TOM'S CAFE 

Fried Chicken • Roast Prime Ribs 

of Beef — Steaks, Chops, and Sea 

Foods are our specialties. 

• 
Luncheons 75c and Up 
Dinners $1.30 and Up 

* 

Open from 11:30 a.m. - 8 p.m. 
Closed Mondays 

* 

CYpress 6-3760 

Gertrude J. Tom - Harry H. Tom 
Proprietors 

2822 Fifth Avenue 
SAN JOSE, CALIF. 



Nlles 4432 

PINE'S TRUCK 
SERVICE 

Trucking - General Hauling 

Heavy and Long Distance 

Hoisting Boom 

925 WALNUT Way 

Niles, California 



Buck's Propane 
Butane Service 

Natural Gas & Butane Equipment 

Youngstotvn Kitchens 

Refrigerators — Stoves 

Appliances 

CY 3-8912 

Twelfth and Bayshore 
San Jose, California 



Phone CYpress 


5-8894 


Radiant 


Food Co. 


E. F. 


MOORE 




• 


1085 Twelfth Street 


San Jose, 


Californl\ 



Pctge 20 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



December 1957 - January 1938 



Ledesma's Cafe 

JESS AND JENNIE 

Mexican Food at Its Finest 

Open 6:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 

• 

23 Winchester Road 
Campbell, Californl\ 



CY 2-3032 

Richmond - Chase 
Company 

p. O. BOX 1030 

817 The Alameda 
San Jose, California 



A. C. LASPINA 

TOWN & COUNTRY FLYING A SERVICE 

495 7 STEVENS CREEK ROAD 

AT RODONOVAN 

SANTA CLARA CALIFORNIA 



JONES TEXACO SERVICE 

WINCHESTER ROAD AND DUTARD AVE. 
SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA 



FRIENDLY FOOD MARKET 

A Complete Line of 

GROCERIES - VEGETABLES - FROZEN 

FOODS - BEER and WINES 

3 78 EAST CAMPBELL 
CAMPBELL CALIFORNIA 



BENASSINI'S NURSERY 

555 TREAT LANE 
CONCORD CALIFORNIA 



ALIEN OFFICERS 

(Continued from page 3) 

2. criminal and related 

LAWS. Criminal laws, juvenile court 
laws, and criminal laws related to the Oc- 
cupation Forces. 

3. CRIMINAI. TRIAL LAW. Crimi- 
nal trial order and court constitution, law 
of Justice of Peace of Baden- Wurttem- 
berg, and laws about breaches of the peace. 

4. GENERAL POLICE LAW. Histori- 
cal development of the police concept, 
legal basis of police activity, and means 
of enforcement available to the police ; po- 
lice regulations, restriction of freedom, 
entry into strange apartments or houses, 
searches, the unlimited use of force in- 
cluding the use of weapons, police emer- 
gency regulations, police punitive law 
book, assistance from police headquarters, 
and information related to administrative 
courts. 

5. SPECIAL POLICE LAW. Impor- 
tant regulations pertaining to labor laws 
and blackmarket laws, tavern and dance 
hall law, Sunday and holiday peace laws, 
youth protection, weights and measures, 
registration-credentials-identifications, club 
and assembly regulations, nature protec- 
tion; field and forest; hunting, fishing and 
water laws; weapons, explosive and fire 
regulations; health and veterinary matters 
(sexual diseases), law of commerce in 
non-precious materials, law of commerce 
in precious materials, precious stones and 
pearls, and press and radio laws. 

6. POLICE SERVICE SCIENCE. Or- 
ganization of the police in general and po- 
lice at station in Mannheim-Heidelberg 
area, the location of the local administra- 
tive stations, bureaus and offices, local in- 
stitutional aid, service obligations and lo- 
cal service regulations in the police station, 
state patrol service, the carrying out of 
orders, association with the public, treat- 
ment of juveniles, drunks, and mentally 
sick, service and personnel correspondence 
(preparation of reports, delinquency re- 
ports and complaints), interrogation of 
witnesses and suspects, cooperation with 
other authorities, behavior when dealing 
with diplomats, occupation authorities and 
VIP's, treatment of arrestees, guarding 
and transporting prisoners, handling lost 
and found items, behavior in court, and 
handling unusual situations (theaters, 
movies, circuses, mobs, markets, small 
fires, etc.). 

7. TRAFFIC LAWS. The philosophic 
basis of law, state traffic regulations, spe- 
cial regulations concerning passenger 
transportation, commercial carriers, com- 
pulsory insurance, etc., traffic supervision. 



Phone EL 4-2164 



Judy Narie Bakery 

Wedding and Birthday Cakes 
a Specialty 

Formerly Dan's Bake Shop 



19 N. Santa Cruz Ave. 

Los GATOS, CALIFORNIA 



Paul A. Mariani 

Grower, Processor and Packer of 

READY TO EAT 

Fresh and Dried Fruits 

MARIANI BRAND 

10930 North Saratoga 
Sunnyvale Road 

Cupertino, California 



FR 8-7411 

CAMPBELL 

Fish and Poultry 

Fresh Fish - Dairy Products 

Ranch Eggs - Fresh Dressed 

Poultry - Frozen Foods 

342 North Winchester 
Campbell, Californd\. 



Take It From Us . . . 

It's Fresher! 

MILK, CHEESE, ICE CREAM 

BUTTER - EGGS 

CHOCOLATE DRINK 

MEADOW GOLD 

841 North Thirteenth St. 
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA 



December 19^7 ■ January 1958 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 21 



NE 2-8245 

Howard Sober, Inc. 

35 Years Specialized Experience 

in Highway Transportation of 

Motor Vehicles 

T.W.X. Teletype OA-192 

8220 Baldwin 
Oakland, Californl\ 



Coast Counties 

Land Title Co. 

l. l. dewar 

Executive Vice President 

MONTEREY 

SALINAS 

CALIFORNIA 



BEAUTIFUL ROSEMONT 

SILVERADO AND MONTICELLO 
NAPA CALIFORNIA 



BERTON AMBULANCE SERVICE 

530 NEBRASKA STREET 
VALLEJO CALIFORNIA 

- BECKMAN EXPRESS AND 
WAREHOUSE CO. 

GENERAL HAUUNG AND WAREHOUSINGG 



1321 Saventh Street 
BERKELEY 



LAndscape 6-S560 

CALIFORNIA 



L. M. CHALK 

SEWER CONTRACTOR 

1020 SECOND STREET 

LAFAYETTE CALIFORNIA 



traffic accident prevention programs, street 
car and building regulations, and interna- 
tional vehicle trafhc laws. 

8. CRIMINAL investigation. 
Organization and duties of criminal po- 
lice, fundamentals of criminal investiga- 
tion techniques, cooperation between ordi- 
nary police and criminal police and the 
first measures to be taken in case of crimes 
and offenses. 

9. INTRODUCTION TO CIVIL 
LAW AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW. 
Introduction to civil law, voluntary ap- 
pearance before a court, government in- 
surance regulations, police intervention in 
private affairs, and welfare and social aid 
organizations. 

10. GERMAN. Spelling, sentence 
structure, and essays. (The material for 
these lessons is taken from practical 
work.) 

11. USE OF POLICE AND WEAP- 
ONS TRAINING. Function of the police, 
intervention methods, raids and searches, 
guarding public meetings, protection of 
objects and prevention of catastrophes, 
civil disturbances and unrest, apprehen- 
sion of armed criminals and gangs, weap- 
ons training and training in the use of 
tear gas and fire hose, and police reporting 
methods. 

12. PHYSICAL TRAINING. Gym- 
nastics, close combat without weapons 
(judo, boxing), swimming and rescue 
work, and physical training. 

13. HEALTH, SANITATION, HY- 
GIENE AND FIRST AID. Anatomy, 
functioning of the individual organs, care 
of the body and leading a healthy life, 
types of injuries, bandaging, first aid in 
case of fainting, strangulation, burns, poi- 
soning, etc., and artificial respiration. 

14. GUEST SPEAKERS AND FIELD 
VISITS. Guest speakers on (1) signal 
equipment, and (2) functioning of the 
city council; field visits to a state prison, 
court trials, and fire department barracks. 

Comparison Between United 

States Army and German 

Training 

There are many similarities between the 
training received by the United States 
Army Military Policeman and the German 
city policeman. On the other hand, there 
are some subjects which are not covered 
in the United States Army program and 
vice versa. 

Both training programs include instruc- 
tion in law, but the German policeman 
receives legal training which is both more 
extensive and more varied. For example, 
he receives training in the basic law of the 
West German Republic, the Constitution 
of Baden-Wurttemburg, which is the state 
in which the policeman will be operating; 



JE 7-2975 

CORRIE BROS., 
INC. 

Alta Vista Quarry: 
HAYWARD 

Escobar Quarry: 
MISSION SAN JOSE 



28806 CASTRO STREET 
HAYWARD, CALIF. 



Phone LU 1-3693 

Lundgren Wood 
Products 

• 

851 Soto Street 

HAYWARD, California 



Phones: PA 2-2447 - 4-3131 

A-1 AMBULANCE 
SERVICE 

Sick Room Supplies 

Oxygen and Medical Gases 

24-Hour Service Trained 

Attendants 

624 Main Street 
Watsonville, Calif. 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



December 1957 - January 1938 



county laws, city laws; civil service puni- 
tive laws, laws governing factories, juve- 
nile court laws, important regulations per- 
taining to labor laws, tavern and dance 
hall laws, Sunday and holiday peace laws, 
hunting, fishing, and water laws, law of 
commerce in non-precious materials, law 
of commerce in precious materials, pre- 
cious stones and pearls, press and radio 
laws, state traffic laws, special regulations 
concerning passenger transportation, com- 
mercial carriers and compulsory insurance, 
street car and building regulations, inter- 
national vehicle traffic laws, introduction 
to civil laws, and laws related to citizen- 
ship. 

Both training programs include train- 
ing in current affairs and citizenship. In 
the United States this instruction is in- 
cluded in the Character Guidance and 
Troop Information program. In the Ger- 
man program general political affairs are 
discussed to stimulate interest in the de- 
velopment of Germany and of the world; 
during the entire German course it is the 
aim of all instructors to make the young 
trainee not only a good policeman but a 
good citizen. Thus, it is clear that the im- 
portance of citizenship training is recog- 
nized by the German police just as it is 
by the American Military Police. 
First Aid Given 

Both the prospective German policeman 
and the United States Army trainee receive 
training in first aid for various types of 
injuries, in first aid for fainting, burns, 
poisonings, etc., in bandaging and in arti- 
ficial respiration. The German training, 
however, is more extensive than the 
United States. German policemen are 
trained in anatomy and functioning of the 
individual organs. 

Farmers Cooperative Exchange 

p. O. BOX 720 
SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA 



Farmers Cooperative Exchange 

p. O. BOX 878 
WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA 



FR 5-4145 



Dorney & Farlinger 
Memorial Chapel 



825 Abrego 
Monterey, Californl\ 



Physical training is another subject com- 
mon to both the German and the United 
States trainee. Both receive instruction in 
judo and other forms of close combat 
without the use of weapons. The Germans 
include physical training in their program 
to raise physical efficiency and to serve as 
relief from mental stress. Physical fitness 
and skill in unarmed combat give the po- 
liceman a sense of confidence when deal- 
ing with disturbers of the peace and help 
him avoid the illegal use of weapons. The 
United States trainee participates in such 
conditioning exercises as relays, mass 
games and rifle exercises. The German stu- 
dent, on the other hand, practices gymnas- 
tics as part of his physical training pro- 
gram. One thing the Germans do not need 
to worry about is the annual physical fit- 
ness test. 

Well Taught 

Both United States Army Military Po- 
lice and German students receive some 
training in criminal investigation. The 
German trainee, however, receives more 
training in this area. His training program 
includes the fundamentals of criminal in- 
vestigation, techniques in first measures to 
be taken in the case of crimes and offenses, 
and cooperation between ordinary police 
and criminal police. 

Other areas of instruction received by 
both types of trainees include authority 
and jurisdiction, handling of unusual sit- 



FR 2-1725 

Foreign Motors 
of Monterey 

777 Del Monte 
Monterey, California 



HOLMAN'S 
PACIFIC GROVE 

65 Years the Peninsula's Shopping 

Center - 46 Departments 

Charge Accounts - S & H Green 

Stamps 

Daily Delivery - Free Parking 

542 lighthouse ave. 
Pacific Grove, Calif. 



J. J. Crosetti 


Company 


Growers - Packers - Shippers 


Fruits - Vegetables 


PA 4-6316 


P. O. Box 230 


Watsonville, California 



Granite 
Construction Co. 

Engineering Contractors 
PA 4-4711 

Beach Road 
Watsonville, California 



N. G. PAPAC 
& Sons 

Fine S. Pak 

Fresh and Frozen Apples 

Strawberries - Melon Balls 

PA 4-4965 

P. O. Box 541 
Watsonville, California 



PA 2-2464 

Elwin R. Mann 

GROWER AND SHIPPER 

Fresh and Frozen Fruits 

Apples a Specialty 

2838 Freedom Blvd. 
Watsonville, Calif. 



December 19^7 - January 1938 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 23 



uations (such as mobs and civil disturb- 
ances), promotion of safety, public rela- 
tions, traffic control, preparation of re- 
ports, and handling of complaints. Both 
the United States Army and the German 
trainees receive weapons training, includ- 
ing firing of weapons and other means of 
intervention, such as the use of handcuffs 
and police clubs. The German training 
places special emphasis on instruction in 
the art of intervention, that is, the ability 
to know when to move into a situation and 
when to refrain from coming in. 

Training received by Military Police 
and not by the German trainees includes: 

1. Training in radio communication 
and use of the phonetic alphabet, radio 
transmission techniques and procedures, 
including voice procedures. German train- 
ing in communication is limited to a lec- 
ture by a guest speaker on communication 
equipment. 

2. Training in driving and motor main- 
tenance. 

3. Training of the strictly military type 
which is understandably not given to Ger- 
man civil police. 

Such training consists of individual pro- 
tective measures against chemical, biologi- 
cal and radiological attack, intelligence, 
interior guard, marches and bivouacs, tac- 
tical training, physical security of military 
installations, and Geneva Conventions re- 
garding prisoners of war. 

As might be expected, the Germans re- 
ceive certain training which is not covered 
in the United States training program. It 
consists of youth protection, weights and 
measures, nature protection, state patrol 
service, treatment of juveniles, drunks and 
mentally sick, handling lost and found 
items, police intervention in private affairs, 
welfare and social aid organization, Ger- 
man spelling, sentence structure and es- 
says, and training in the use of fire hose. 
From the scope of the German basic 
training program, it is easy to understand 
the good impression which the German 
policeman gives and the general high 
quality of his work. 

The above opinions do not neces- 
sarily reflect the views of the U. S. 
Army— The Police Chief 



In the past 22 years the oil industry has 
discovered twice as much oil as in the 72 
years from 1859 to 1931, reports the Na- 
tional Automobile Club. 



GLencourt 2-3193 



ANDERSON FINANCE CO. 

325 FOURTEENTH STREET 
OAKLAND CALIFORNIA 



77.869,284 DRIVERS 

There were 77,869,284 licensed motor-vehicle operators in the United 
States during 1956, state agencies reported to B. D. Tallamy, federal highway 
administrator, Bureau of Public Roads, U. S. Department of Commerce. Mo- 
tor vehicle registration reached 64,437,419 in the same year. 

In the 7 years since 1949, the first year in which such data was compiled, 
the number of licensed drivers has risen 18.5 million while vehicle registra- 
tions rose 20.3 million. Thus drivers increased 31 per cent at the same time 
that vehicles increased 46 per cent. 

The ratio of licensed cirivers to registered vehicles has steadily decreased 
from 1.34 drivers for each vehicle in 1949 to 1.21 in 1956. Among individual 
States, the 1956 ratio was less than 1.1 in California, Michigan, Montana, 
North Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, and Washington. The highest ratio; about 
1.4, was found in Indiana, South Carolina, and West Virginia. 



GA 6-0419 



Bissell Mortuary 

William C. Bissell 
Owner and Director 



212 Laurel Street 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



FE 8-6564 



Chiquita Rancho 
Stables 

Riding and Boarding 



P. O. Box 576 

Boulder Creek, Calif. 



Telephone GArden 3-1500 

KERRICK 

LAUNDRY AND DRY 
CLEANING 



616 Front Street 
Santa Cruz, Californl\ 



Phone GA 3-4486 

Larsen's Motel 

Mr. and Mrs. Don Gomes, 
Managing Owners 

Modern Housekeeping Apts. 
Close to Stores and Beach 

328 Ocean Street 
Santa Cruz, California 



r---------------*"-'-'**~~^ 


FERRELLES DONUT 
SHOP— #1 


1055 Water Street 
Phone GA 3-1785 


FERRELLS DONUT 
SHOP— #2 


1713 Mission Street 

GA 6-2616 

SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA 

.----—..»--. -------.4 



Cardinal Store 

JAMES AND JENNIE PUNMILL 



110 Otis Street 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



December 19i7 - January 1958 



Greenall Fertilizer 

The finest line of home garden 
fertilizer available. Greenall Lawn 
and Garden Fertilizer will both 
please and surprise you. It is made 
with an organic base to produce 
natural color and growth and is 
exceptionally long lasting. 
Absolutely will not burn if used 
according to instructions. 

E. B. STONE & SON 

SALINAS, CALIFORNIA 



HA 4-4297 

Eckhart Seed Co. 

Growers for 
WHOLESALE TRADE 

P. O. Box 161 
Salinas, Calif. 



E. B. Stone & Son 

Greenall Fertilizer 

Everything for the soil at 

Your Local Garden Supply 

Dealers 

SALINAS, CALIF. 



FOREST HILL STORE AND 
MEAT MARKET 

Home Owned Home Operated 

CARMEL-PACIFIC GROVE HIGHWAY 

FOREST HILL 

PACIFIC GROVE CALIFORNIA 



AMERIO DRUG COMPANY 

LA 6-4022 

10387 San Pablo Avenue 

EL CERRITO CALIFORNIA 



LICENSE 9 AND A 

Q. If your driving license shows two 
or more con\'ictions for moving violations 
during the preceding two years, for how 
long will your driver's license be renew- 
ed? 

A. It will be renewed only until your 
second birthday after application. 

Q. If you are making your first applica- 
tion for a California driver's license, how 
long will your license be valid 7 

A. It will be valid until your third 
birthday after application. 

Q. How long in advance of the expira- 
tion date of your present license may you 
make application for renewal ? 

A. Application may be made as early as 
six months before expiration without af- 
fecting the anniversary date. 

Q. When you receive your new driver's 
license under the new licensing system, 
will it permit you to operate vehicles of 
any weight on the public highways? 

A. No. A regular driver's license per- 
mits you to operate only vehicles that are 
less than 12,000 poimds in unladen weight 
or tow a vehicle that is less than 6,000 
pounds in gross weight. To drive or tow 
vehicles in excess of these weights, you 
will need a valid chauffeur's license or a 
valid operator's license which has been 
especially endorsed by the Motor Vehicle 
Department. 

Q. Should you apply for renewal of 
your present driver's license on your next 
birthday or when your present license ex- 
pires ? 

A. When your present driver's license 
expires. 



THE KEY IS YOU 

If you drive an automobile remember 
this — the key to preventing traffic acci- 
dents is you yourself, says the California 
State Automobile Association. Being cour- 
teous and cooperating with other motor- 
ists are the most important parts of driv- 
ing safely. 



Vetterle & Reinelt 

Hybridizing Gardens 

Begonias - Delphininiums 
Primroses 

Telephone GR 5-4322 

CAPITOLA, CALIF. 



BRUCE CHURCH, 

INC. 



• 

• • • 

• 



PACKERS 

P. O. BOX 559 

SALINAS, CALIFORNIA 



McCoy Pump Co. 

Turbine Pumps - Centrifugal 
Pumps - Jet Pumps 

Sprinkle Systems - Steel Main 
Lines - Well Testing 



1004 Salinas Street 
Paso Robles, California 



HA 4-7205 

Joe Mossolo 
Trucking Company 

• 

337 Rossi Street 
Salinas, California 



December 19^7 ■ faiiuary 1958 POLICE AND PHACH OFFICERS JOURNAL 



Page 25 




iCIENCE PLUS PRACTICAL KNOW-HOW are the keys to the low crime rate in the City of Paso Robles. Here are the people who have 
lielped to establish an outstanding record in California's law enforcement circles: (back row, left to right) Clerk Mrs. Harris, Patrolman 
Mathison, Sgt. Wilson, Police Commissioner Vern Sturgon, Chief Geo. W. Keller, City Administrator Six Tucker, Sgt. Requa, Patrolman 
Clark, and Capt. O. H. Webber. Front row, left to right Patrolmen Richmond and Bryant, Sgt. Smith, Dispatchers Tackitt and Chamberlin, 
"itrolmen Jacques, Hillis, and McManis. 



— i 

SOILSERV, INC. 


DUKES SMOKE SHOP 


EARL C. HARRISON 

Shell Service 


Agricultural Chemicals, Weed 


737 TWELFTH STREET 


COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE AND 
STEAM CLEANING 


Control, Insecticides, Soil Fumi- 


PASO ROBLES CALIFORNIA 


1S46 Spring Street Phone 302 


gation for Control of Wireworm 
and Nematode 




PASO ROBLES CALIFORNIA 






P. O. Box 727 


PASO ROBLES HOBBY SHOP 


LOU WILCOX 

GENEI^AL ELECTRIC APPUANCE 


1427 Abbott Street 


1327 SPRING STREET 


DEALER 
Sales and Service 


SALINAS, CALIF, 
t 


PASO ROBLES CAUFORNIA 


823 TWELFTH STREET 
PASO ROBLES CALIFORNIA 





CADLONI'S CAR WASH 



631 Spring Street 
PASO ROBLES 



HOON'S LIQUOR STORE 

Phone 1S64J »3>S SPRING STREET 

CALIFORNIA PASO ROBLES CALIFORNIA 



PARK PHARMACY 

FOR QUALITY 



801 Twelfth Street 
PASO ROBLES 



Phone 33 

CALIFORNIA 



DAN'S MARKET 

YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD MARKET 

2044 Spring Street 
PASO ROBLES CALIFORNIA 



PANTRY CAFE 


THE PASO ROBLES PHARMACY 




THE REXALL STORE 


719 TWELFTH STREET 


L. W. Shaeffer 


PASO ROBLES CALIFORNIA 


719 Twelfth Street Phone 1 
PASO ROBLES CALIFORNIA 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



December 1957 • January 1958 



Wirthwhihe Inn • Frank's Place 

3220 SPRING STREET 
PASO ROBLES CALIFORNIA 



RUDY'S WHEEL SERVICE 

E. M. Abajian 

WHEEL AUGNMENT - ACCESSORIES 
SEAT COVERS 

112 South First Street Phone 71 

KING CITY CALIFORNIA 



RANCHO GRANDE CAFE 

Mrs. R. Franco 
BEER - WINE - MEXICAN FOOD 

109 SECOND STREET 
KING CITY CALIFORNIA 



EL NOPAL CAFE 

Aurora Leanos 

101 BASSETT STREET 
KING CITY CALIFORNIA 

BEEBE'S FLYING A SERVICE 

506 BROADWAY 
KING CITY CALIFORNIA 

KING CITY EQUIPMENT CO. 

Phone 201 - Res. Phone 34 1 -W 

Aage Hansen 
Vice President-General Manager 

204 BROADWAY 
KING CITY CALIFORNIA 

THE DEN 

BEER AND CARDS 

Campos and Benuelos 



216 Broadway 

KING CITY 



Phone 864 

CALIFORNIA 



TOP HAT COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

318 BROADWAY 
KING CITY CAUFORNIA 



CAUGHT AFTER 26 YEARS 

Then there's the New Englander whose tail hghts burned out and with it went his 
independence. 

Seems that he had scorned to get a driver's hcense and for more than 26 years had 
been barrehng around the byways of Connecticut and other New England states without 
one. 

Then one night, according to the National Automobile Club, his tail light burned 
out. He didn't notice it but an officer did. The officer stopped our man, found out about 
the license situation, and took steps to correct it. 

Now our New Englander is driving again, but this time with full benefit of that con- 
ventional licenes. 



DRIVER LICENSES 

Driver licenses issued by the California 
State Department of Motor Vehicles, are 
increasing at the average of 15.48 per cent 
per month, according to the National Au- 
tomobile Club. 



ME 7-2623 




Bonnie Brae Inn 




¥ 


3650 SAN 


JUAN Road 


HOLLISTER 


Californl^ 



Phone KC. 263 

Ray & Jo Lanini's 

CHEVRON 

Truck Station and Gear 

Jammer Cafe 

101 Highway 
King City, Californl^ 



MAIN STREET GROCERY 

Mr. & Mrs. Nelo Sanlucci, Props. 
"YOUR HANDY NEIGHBORHOOD STORE" 

70S Main Street Phone 33( 



SPROUSE-REITZ CO.. INC. 

475 ALVARADO STREET 
MONTEREY CALIFORNIA 



TRUCKS 

One out of every l6 vehicles on the 
road today is a truck, reports the National 
Automobile Club. 



Tel. NAtional 3-4507 

Mission Hardware 

A Satisfied Customer Is Our 
First Consideration 

Hardware, Appliances, Paints, 

Plumbing, Wheel Goods, Feeds 

Electrical, Garden Supplies 

SAN JUAN BAUTISTA 
CALIFORNIA 



Arthur S. Nyland 

Grower - Shipper 

San Juan Brand POTATOES 
San Juan Brand GARLIC 

Telephone — San Juan 
NA 3-4076 

San Juan Bautista 
California. 



Culligan Soft 

Water Service 

famous for finest 

WATER 

GiLROY, California 

Phone ENterprise 1-1532 

HoLLisTER, California 

Phone NA 3-4858, collect 

San Juan Bautista, Calif. 

Phone NA 3-4858 

JOHN CULLIGAN 



December 19'>7 ■ j^mmny 19"^$ POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 27 




REPEAT WINNER is Inspector Ed. Preston (right) whose eagle eye and steady nerve with a gun won him the San Francisco Police Depart- 
ment's annual pistol shoot for the second year. Journal range expert J. Ross Dunnigan checks the target with the winnah ! 



(Continued from page 18) 

There was only one team finished in the 
Marksman 2nd class so Gisler, Crawford, 
Haskell and Wiener took their 1902 
points, set 'em on the table and carried 
home the trophy. 

Smooth Tournament 

All in all it was an excellently run and 
managed tournament and a large hand- 
clap and salute to Rangemaster Bob Aber- 
nethy and his group of well-trained range 
experts. It was a pleasure to see how 
smoothly the whole affair went off. I know 
the boys are all looking forward to the 
matches in 1958. 

Just in case the boys forget it might be 
well to know that each officer is allowed 
100 rounds of free ammunition a month 
for practice purposes and this coupled 
with the expert advice and instruction you 
can obtain from the range personnel one 



interested in shooting could develop a 
whole lot in the course of a year. Why 
not give it a trial and as the last line of 
the Range Bulletin puts it "Start practic- 
ing for 1958 now!" 

(See page 28 for scores) 



LA 


2-0635 








BOB LEE 


TRUCKING 






CONTRACT HAULER 






P. O. 


box 1 00 1 


MODESTO 




CALIFORNIA 



Stockton Box Co., 
Inc. 

Lumber and Boxes 

P. O. Box 1731 

1800 Marshall Avenue 

STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA 

Lodi Warehouse: 

436 South Sacramento Street 

Phone Lodi 854 



Central Empire 
Storage 

Cold Storage - Growers 
Shippers 

AM 6-9944 

California Avenue at East 

Fresno, California 



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December 1957 - January 1958 



TW 6-2140 

WEST COAST 

GROWERS AND 

PACKERS, INC. 

Cinderella U Blondie 
Raisins 

Codes: Calpack, Speedkode, 
Private Cable Address: Wesco 



1445 Nebraska Avenue 
Selma, California 



J. G. BOSWELL 
COMPANY 

GRAIN - COTTON 



P. O. BOX 457 
CORCORAN, CALIF. 



MASTER SCORES 

Individual Aggregate Scores 

Master 1st Class 

E. Preston 583 

K. Schaugaard 581 

R. Willett 581 

J. Ahern 577 

Master Class 

E. Caldwell 552 

A. Esperance 550 

C. Bates 550 

A. Johnson 548 

Expert Class 

C J. Smith 521 

A. Duveneck -.519 

C. Thum .'.519 

F. Surina 518 

Sharpshooters 

H. Kind 501 

J. Ruggeirio 501 

F. Woods... 501 

D. Quandt 500 

Marksmen 

L. Eckhardt 461 

K. Carstensen 46l 

R. Crawford 456 

C. Barca 454 

Marksman 2nd 

F. McFarland 418 

G. Pohley 417 

G. Smith 416 

J. Cook 416 

Team Grand Aggregate Scores 

Master Class 

Inspectors #1 2335 

Richmond #1 2330 

Traffic #3 2290 

Traffic #1 2289 

Expert Class 

Inspectors #2 2176 

Central #1 2168 

Northern #1 2167 

Park #1 2161 

Sharpshooter Class 

Mission #2 2046 

Inspectors #4 2038 

Northern #2 2023 

Ingleside #4 2017 



Phone ADams 3-5281 

O'Neill Meat Co. 

p. O. Box 787 

2352 South Fruit 
Fresno, California 



OR 4-6A6S 






S 


HER 


M A 


N 


T 


H O 


M A 


S 




ALFALFA 


- HAY 






COTTON - 


DAIRY 






• 








25810 AVENUE 11 






MADERA, 


CALIF. 





UN 6-5601 

JACK HARRIS, 
INC. 

COTTON - GRAIN 
VEGETABLES 



P. O. BOX 548 
FIVE POINTS, CALIF. 



December 19'^7 ■ J'liiiiitry 19''S 



POLICE AND PEACH OEFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 29 



• ••THE BUYER'S GUIDE^^^ 



SAN FRANCISCO 



NINTS COFFE SHOP 

721 RAMIOL.t'll SIRllET—JU 4 06l'> 

SAN ERANCISCO CALII'ORNIA 

LUN HING SUPER MARKET 

1066 GRANT AVF.NUE— YU 2 079) 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

A - I UPHOLSTERING 
Repairing - Recovering - Remodeling 

2155 Mission St. UN 14)17 San Francisco 

STEVE'S FLYING A SERVICE 

Expert Lubrication — Washing — SE 1-9860 

Portola Drive at Teresita San Francisco 



JACQUES AND RAMON BEAUTY SALON 

376 SUTTER STREET— YU 2 5365 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

6239 CLUB— RAY, JOE, GINO 
Wines and Liquors — JU 4-9953 

62 39 Third Street San Francisco, California 

MONROES RESTAURANT 
1968 Lombard Street — JO 7-4450 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

PARKER MARKET 

101 Mateo Street — DE 3-6311 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

LIDO DELICATESSEN 

60 West Portal Avenue OVerland 1-6726 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

SAN FRANCISCO CITY CALF SKIN CO. 
283-285 Minna Street — YUkon 2-5920 

SAN FRANCISCO 3 CALIFORNIA 

BETTY ROSENTHAL (Caterer) 

SE 11419 
3255 Taraval Street San Francisco, Calif. 

A. RAM0220TTI PLUMBING COMPANY 

PlumbinB «< Heating 
1473 Vallejo Street — San Francisco. Calif. 

SHRIMP BOAT 

Chinese & American Dishes. Seafood & Cocktails 
800 Innes Ave— Ml. 8-983 1 — San Francisco. Cal. 



SAN FRANCISCO PHYSICIAN 

OBADASHIAN & SONS 

Distinctive Furniture 

125 Filbert St.— San Francisco — SU I- 1329 

JIMMY PUGHS RICHFIELD SERVICE 

Cough at Golden Gate Avenue 
JO 7- 3 500 — San Francisco, Calif. 

THE PROCESS COMPANY 

Designers, Producers of Fine Printing, Engraving 
1045 Mission Street— San Francisco — HE 11045 

PELICAN LIQUORS & DELICATESSEN 

Finest Liquors and Wines— Frozen Foods 

Gioccries — Ice Cream — Daily Pastries 

2JI2 Vicente Street— San Francisco— LO 63034 

FRED GRAFELMANN 

Painting. Decorating — Paperhanging — Tinting 
1447 - 32nd Ave— San Francisco — MO 4-9308 



L. J. & J. Self Serve Delicate 

FREE Deliver 

501 Clement Street— San Fran. 



and Foods 

-SK. 2-2038 



GEO. NORTON MACHINE CO. 

Precision Engineering- Welding — Fabricating 
366 - 1 0th St.- San Francisco 3— UN 1-4294 

DENNY MURPHY'S READY ROOM — Cocktails 

Denny Murphy 
501 Van Ness Ave.— San Francisco— HE I-I0I4 

SOMERTON LOUNGE 
San Francisco's Smartest Cocktail Rendezvous 

Tom Perchevich Edward Chosich 
436 Geary Street — San Francisco — PR 6-6366 



PATRONIZE 

the 

POLICE JOURNAL 

ADVERTISERS 

• 

They are RELIABLE PEOPLE 

They are FRIENDLY PEOPLE 

Interested In 

LAW ENFORCEMENT 



CEBALLAS GROCERY 

2850 2)rd Street - Mission 7-988 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



MOLER BARBER SCHOOL 
Approved for Veteran Training GA 1-9979 

161 Fourth Street, San Francisco, California 



LO. 4-4550. San Francisco 

COOPMAN ELECTRIC CO. 
81 Fourteenth Street - MArket 1-4438 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

EVE'S COFFEE SHOP 

167 Eleventh Street - UNderhill 1-9404 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

DUDLEY PERKINS CO. 
Harley Davidson Motorcycles - PR. S-5323 

655 Ellis Street San Francisco. California 

MANN'S DINNER HOUSE 
Good Food - Reasonable Prices LO 6-7402 

32nd Avenue and Judah Street San Francisco 

LAUNDRE BRITE 

Expert Cleaning — Finished Laundry 
1445 Haight St. UN 3-985 1 San Francisco 

GOLDEN GATE HOTEL 

Workingmans Hotel— DOuglas 2-0573 
549 Kearny St., Near Sacramento, San Francisco 

JIM'S CIGAR STORE 

24 11 California St. JOrdan 7-9697 



LOUIS STOCKLMEIR 

censed Broker - Insurance A 
rket St., DOuglas 2-4326, Sa 



901 Golden Gate Ave. 

OWEN 

50 Third Street 
SAN FRANCISCO 



HOTEL 

sutler 1-9557 

CALIFORNIA 



METZ SUPERIOR DOUGHNUT SHOP 

1724 Haight Street— BA 1-9782 
San Francisco, California 

SURF SUPER MARKET 

3635 Lawton Street 
San Francisco. California 



ODABASKIAN & SONS 
Manufacturers of Distinctive Furniture 

125 Filbert St. SUI 1)29 San Francisco 

STADIUM GARAGE 

General Repairing — OV 1-5800 

522 Frederick Street San Francisco. Calif. 

N. & T. TERMITE CONTROL 

Pest Control Operators 

140 Cough St.. San Francisco, UNderhill 1-7213 



OPERA HOTEL 

145 Fell Street UN 1-2904 

SAN FRANllSCO CALIFORNIA 

GEMOBO'S RECORD HOUSE 

Complete Stock of Popular Jazz & Classical 

1553 Polk Street, ORdway 3-2264. Sun Francisco 

DAVID . . . HAIR STYLIST 
Drake Wiltshire Hotel Beauty Salon 

340 Stockton St. EX 2-3407 San Francisco 

HOTEL DWAINE APARTMENTS 

C. Zackcniian, Manager OR. 3-7642 

242 Turk Street San Francisco, California 

FREDDEN'S 
Gallerie and School of Art 

1323 Polk St , PRospecl 5-3067, San Francisco 

FELIX... HAIR GOODS 
Designed Expressly for You DOuglas 2-1636 

133 Geary St.. Suite 820-21-22, San Francisco 



2903 Baker Str 



Z CLEANERS 
iking - Alterations 

t, San Francisco 23, I 



GRANDVIEW THEATRE 

756 JACKSON STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



DR. FELIX C. MAPA 

609 Sutler Street PRospecl 6-4864 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

FRANK'S PEERLESS SERVICE STATION 

1798 Bryant Street UNderhill 1-047 1 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



ROY L. STRONG- 

1799 Ocean Av, 
SAN FRANCISCO 



Oil Products 

JU 4-3019 

CALIFORNIA 



JORGENSEN PHARMACY CO. 

625 Kearny Street CArfield 1-943 1 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Philippine Republii 

1625 Geaty Su 
SAN FRANCISCO 



Pool Hall and Barber Shop 

^el WAlnut 1-282 1 

CALIFORNIA 



INDAY'S CAFE 

557 Kearny Street YUkon 6-1060 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

THE CELLAR 

5 76 Green Street YUkon 6-5812 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



G. T. MARSH & CO.- 
Main Office - 
GArfield 1-5661 



-Oriental Art Collectors 
San Francisco 2 

522 Sutter Street 



PALACE-NEW MONTGOMERY GARAGE 

Henry Swasey, General Manager 
125 Stevenson St. San Francisco, Califomii 

NOM ON CHONG CO. — PEANUTS 

JUniper 2-1663 

719 Clay Street San Francisco, California 

NEWS BUFFET LUNCH 

Ella Trumbull - Jeanne Borigoli— EX 2-972 I 
81 Fourth Street San Francisco, California 



CALIFORNIA 



SAN FRANCISCO 



26 Third Street San Francisco, California 

GEORGE F. ANDERSON 
Insurance Broker 

68 Post Sireel YUkon 2-6855 San Francisco 

GOLDEN NUGGET CANDY COMPANY 

1975 Market Street MArkel 1-2305 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

LUCKY GRILL 

94 Turk Sireel POospect 5-9626 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



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December 1937 • January 1958 



MARIN COUNTY 



DOWD'S MOVING AND STORAGE 

Since 18<>6 — Telephone. DUnlap 8-2646 
157 Throckmorton Avenue Mill Valley, Calif. 

TAMALPAIS ELECTRIC CO. 

CLenwood 3-1142 - GLenwood 3-1255 
San Anselmo & Belle Ave.. San Anselmo, Calif. 

LORD FAIRFAX 
Catering — GL. 4-4S4S 

7 7 Broadway Fairfax. California 

FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP 

GLenwood 3-3954 
1616 4th St. San Rafael, California 

ABARDEAN PLASTICS, INC. 

GLenwood 3-2239 
936 ■■C- Street San Rafael, California 

POEHLMANN PHARMACY 

GLenwood 4-3420 

CALIFORNIA 

VICTOR'S MACHINE SHOP, INC. 
Tel.: GL. 3-2929 — Res.: GL. 3-6S23 

1209 Third Street San Rafael, California 

CIARLO BROS. 

433 Francisco Blvd. GL. 3-1530 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 

BRIESH AUTO TOP SHOP 

871 Francisco Blvd. GL. 4-4378 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 

WINTER HARDWARE 

429 San Anselmo Avenue GL. 4-1522 

SAN ANSELMO CALIFORNIA 

C. R. DeWITT 
Real Estate - Insurance for a Quarter Century 

1914 Sir Frar.^i.^ Drake Blvd. Fairfax, Calif. 

MOTOR PARTS SERVICE 

1618 Fourth Street GL. 3-5630 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 

THE CAMERA CENTER 

1233 Fourth Street GL. 4-9112, 4-9113 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 

LACY MANOR 

Ambulatory and Retired— GL. 39962 
1129 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Kentfield, Calif. 

SAWYER NEWS AGENCY 

124! FOURTH STREET 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 

DOLAN'S FABRIC CENTER 

ION -C" Street GL. 3-4646 



SAN RAFAEL 



CALIFORNIA 



VERNON'S PHARMACY 

365 Miller Avenue DUnlap 8-3527 

MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 

ANDERSON'S TEXACO SERVICE 

340 Miller Avenue DUnlap 8-9985 

MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 

MERIAM NAGEl^— Millinery 

in El Paseo, 15 Throckmorton Avenue 

MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 

WESTLAND RADIO 

1535 Fourth Street GL. 4-1071 
SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 

AUDRE DUNLAP— REALTOR 

GLenwood 4-132 1 Res. CLenwood 3-7852 

72 7 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Anselmo, Calfi. 

DILL AND SEDERBERG 

Plumbing Contractors — DUnlap 8-0176 
448 Miller Avenue Mill Valley, Calif. 

BOB'S MARKET 

625 Bridgeway - ED 2-2812 
SAUSALITO CALIFORNIA 

JOHN'S RADIO SERVICE 

5 1 Main Street GE 5-0792 

TIBURON CALIFORNIA 

AL'S USED FURNITURE 

Mold Loft Bldg. P. O. Box 245 

SAUSALITO CALIFORNIA 

CORINTHIAN PHARMACY 

1550 Tiburon Blvd. GE 5-4503 

TIBURON CALIFORNIA 



PATRONIZE 

fAe 

POLICE JOURNAL 

ADVERTISERS 

* 

They are RELIABLE PEOPLE 

They are FRIENDLY PEOPLE 

Interested In 

LAW ENFORCEMENT 



FRANK POLLIFRONE & CO. 

Ladies and Gents Custom Tailoring — DU 8-2284 
140 Throckmorton Ave. Mill Valley, Calif. 

EL ROY GARAGE 
Sycamore Ave. & Highway — DU S-3743 

MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 



OTHER CITIES 



HANK'S HOBBY AND BIKE SHOP 

4125 Franklin Boulevard — CLadstone 5-0301 
SOUTH SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA 

RANDOLPH'S (formerly Michaud's) Jewelers 

Diamond 4-263 1 
82 Tihrd Avenue San Mateo, California 

ED CASTAGNETTO ROOFING CO. 

■ONCE — ALWAYS" 
1197 Hillside Boulevard Colma, California 

MARTIN OF CAUFORNIA 

1339 South Flower Street 
Los Angeles 15, California 



J. MICHLIN 

82 I I Melrose Avenue 
3s Angeles 46, Califom 



BUTTERCRISP BAKERY 

127 Broadway 
King City, California 



POLAR CREAM FREEZER 

828 Spring Street 
Paso Robles, California 



LANDELS' FLYING A SERVICE 
Eleventh and Spring Streets - Phone 172 

PASO ROBLES, CALIFORNIA 

E & E MALT SHOP 

I 12 North "H" Street 
Lompoc California 

GROW & DOUGHTY— Diamond 4-7679 

Insurance Brokers and Counselors 
312 E. 3rd Ave.— San Mateo, California 



GL 3-4840 

Camgros Gravel 
& Fuel Co., Inc. 

Ready Mixed Concrete 
Building Material - Furnace Oil 

626 Third Street 
San Rafael, California 



WINTER SAFETY 

Winterize your driving habits if you 
expect to cope with wet, slippery pave- 
ments says the California Highway Pa- 
trol. 

"Rain in the valleys and coastal re- 
gions and snow in the mountain areas 
call for special driving techniques if safe- 
ty is to be maintained," declared Patrol 
Commissioner B. R. Caldwell. "A few 
simple rules, if followed, will help you 
winterize your driving." 

Caldwell listed the following rules to 
guide drivers during the winter months. 

1. Be sure your brakes, tires, wind- 
shield wipers, and steering mechanism 
are in top condition. 

2. Keep all windows and the wind- 
shield clear at all times. This is particu- 
larly urgent before starting out when the 
windshield and other windows are cover- 
ed with frost or snow. Peek-hole driving 
is hazardous; clear the entire windshield 
and all windows before driving. 

3. Slow down in wet weather. Wet 
pavements are slippery and require ex- 
tra distance between your car and the 
one you are following so you can stop 
in time if an emergency arises. 

4. Carry extra clothing or blankets 
when driving into mountain areas. Check 
at your local Patrol or Division of High- 
ways office for road and weather condi- 
tions before leaving. 



KEY TO TEST 
ON PAGE 4 

Ques. Ans. 

1 3 

2 2 

3 3 

4 1 

5 1 

6 1 

7 1 

8 4 

9 3 



HOCKETT-FINN 

INSURANCE AGENCY 



29 Miller Avenue 

MILL VALLEY 



DU 8-3285 

CALIFORNIA 



C. M. BRISTOL 

CONTRACTOR C-42 

Sewer Lines - Septic Tanks - Drainage 

Installations - Repairs 

321 West Blithedale Avenue 
MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 



December W^l ■ J<wiuiry 1938 POLICn AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 31 




OLD CIT^' HAS MODI-RN POLICE FORCE in one of the key cities along historic El Caniino Real. Here are the alert men and women who 
keep excellent law and order in San Luis Obispo. First row; Left to right — Wm. E. Schofield, Chief of Police; Margie L. Jordan, Steno-Matron; 
Captain R. E. Heidorn; Leona H. Murphy, Steno-Matron; Richard D. Miller, City Administrative Officer; Lieutenant W. E. Reeves; Lieutenant 
L. F. Elsea; Lieutenant C. V. Lincicum; Sergeant W. I). Malmen; Sergeant Frank J. Garzoli; Sergeant R. E. Vaden. Second row: Left to right — 
Mayor Fred Lucksinger; Officer W. L. Ryan; Officer Donald L. Martin; Officer L. K. Dittman; Sergeant R. H. Rayburn. Third row: Left to 
right — Detective W. L. Sperlo; Sergeant E. L. Rodgers; Officer R. D. Miller; Officer G. L. Prescott; Officer J. J. Austin; Officer C. Fremstad; 
Officer R. H. Waite. Fourth row: Left to right— Officer S. D. McCaskcy; Officer L H. Halford; Officer W. P. Babcock; Officer C. Hurley. 



Phone Liberty 3.(0I9 

MONTEREY COURT 

Bruce and Joan Parker. Managers 

LIGHT COOKING FACILITIES 

Children and Pets Welcome 

1756 MONTEREY STREET 
SAN LUIS OBISPO CALIFORNIA 



PETTENGER'S HAMBURGER 
HAVEN 



1126 SANTA ROSA STREET 
SAN LUIS OBISPO CALIFORNIA 

FAMOUS NAMES TO SERVE YOU 

. . . APPLIANCES . . . 

Frigidaire. Maytag. OKeefe «c Merrit. Conlon 

Easy. Rudd, Deepfreeze. Hoover. American 

Kitchens. 

. . . RADIOS AND TELEVISION . . . 

.Magnavox. Zenith. Admiral 

. . . PIANOS AND ORGANS . . . 

Wurhlzer. Lester 

Mr. G. O. Johnson 

777 - 7 79 MARSH STREET 
SAN LUIS OBISPO CALIFORNIA 

Telephone Liberty 3- 1627 

BOB WALKER'S 

Office Furniture and Supplies - Electric Shavers 

and Repairs - Smith-Corona Typewriters 

Adding Machines 

785 MARSH STREET 
SAN LUIS OBISPO CALIFORNIA 



LI 3-6550 

Madonna 
Construction Co. 

399 Freeway 
San Luis Obispo, Calif. 



ED'S TAKE OUT GOOD FOOD 

HAMBURGERS . . . Out of This World 

1491 MONTEREY 
SAN LUIS OBISPO CALIFORNIA 

SLEEP OFF THE HIWAY MOTEL 

JUST OFF U. S. 101 HIGHWAY 
SAN LUIS OBISPO CALIFORNIA 



Phone LI 3- 99 7} 

FRANK'S COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

(THE BARN) 

645 HICUERA STREET 
SAN LUIS OBISPO CALIFORNIA 



GOLDEN WEST BILLIARDS 

LUCKY LAGER ON DRAUGHT 

676 HICUERA STREET 
SAN LUIS OBISPO CALIFORNIA 

UNITED MEAT MARKET 

BETTER MEATS 

"The Kind You Will Be Proud to Serve at Prices 
You Will Be Glad to Pay" 

714 HIGUERA STREET 
SAN LUIS OBISPO CALIFORNIA 



ECONOMY DRUG CO. 

Store No. 2 

796 HIGUERA STREET 
SAN LUIS OBISPO CALIFORNIA 



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December 1957 - January 1958 



Telephone 7 730 

CLARK'S 
Paper and Wallpaper Store 

CONTRACTING 
S & H Green Stamps 

98 7 FOOTHILL BOULEVARD 
SAN LUIS OBISPO CALIFORNIA 

Phone Liberty 3-1417 

HAZEL'S PET SHOP 

PETS 

595 MARCH STREET 
SAN LUIS OBISPO CALIFORNIA 

Phone PO 6-2068 PR 3-2068 

FORD'S MARKET 

GROCERIES :-: MEATS 

801 DOLLIVER 
PISMO BEACH CALIFORNIA 

Phone SPruce 2-2371 

THE BREAKERS MOTEL 

Curtis 6. Davis, Owner-Operator 

FIFTH AND MARKET 

Overlooking the Bay 

MORRO BAY CALIFORNIA 



JAMIESON SEA FOODS 

WHOLESALE - RETAIL 

Abalone - Cocktail Shrimp - Prawns - Clams 

Lobsters - Crab - Bait - Tackle 

Rentals - Fish Poles - Clam Forks - Crab Nets 

Betty and Clyde Yancey 



SPruce 2-8615 

LARRY FRAZIER'S 

FAMILY SHOE STORE 
Men's and Boy's Clothin( 

859 MAIN STREET 
MORRO BAY CALIFORNIA 



BROWN LIQUORS 

BEER AND SOFT DRINKS 

842 MAIN STREET 
MORRO BAY CALIFORNIA 

Phone SPruce 2-71 12 

CASHWAY FOOD MARKET 

For the Best in Morro B«y 

HY'S MEAT MARKET 

Loren Hyatt 



BAD "MAN" FOR BANDITS 



There always seemed to be something 
a little strange about Charley Parkhurst. 
He was quiet, retiring, had no close 
friends, and had little or nothing to do 
with women. To top it all, when he ar- 
rived in San Francisco at the peak of the 
gold rush fever, he had no desire to hunt 
gold. He just wanted to drive stagecoach. 

And drive stagecoach he did. In no time 
at all, according to the National Automo- 
bile Club, he became one of the toughest, 
most skilled, and most rip-roaring drivers 
who ever held a handful of reins. He was 
soon the unchallenged "boss of the road" 
on such runs as Stockton to Mariposa, San 
Juan to Santa Cruz, and the famous San 
Jose to Oakland. 

On one of his first times out, Charley 
was held up by bandits. Since older drivers 
had told him not to resist, he didn't. But 
something burned Charley about the way 
the bandits rode off with the strongbox 
and disappeared around the bend of the 
road. He swore that that would never hap- 
pen again. 

Thieves Bested 

It didn't. In some fifteen tries, the ban- 
dits always came off second best with 
Charley. Ducking down, he'd whip up his 
horses and trample the bandits into sub- 



MORRO BAY 



CALIFORNIA 



AD 3-3177 

MELVILLE E. 
WILSON CO. 

Newco Products 



Fertilizer - Seeds 

Sulphur - Insecticides 

Herbicides 



P. O. Box 1168 
FRESNO, CALIFORNIA 



mission or death. If that failed, he had a 
gun and a draw that didn't. The famous 
"Sugarfoot," who had once held up a 
whole company of cavalry, turned his 
Winchester on Charley and ended up dead 
with a bullet through his lungs. Charley 
was just bad medicine for bandits. 

Time passed, and so did Charley. He 
died in 1879 at his little cabin about six 
miles out of Watsonville. And only then 
did his friends find out that "Charley" was 
a woman, a woman who had masqueraded 
as a man for more than 30 years and done 
a real man's job in a real man's way. 



UKIAH PINE LUMBER COMPANY 

DOUGLAS FIR - PONDEROSA PINE 
SUGAR PINE - WHITE FIR 



ROUTE ONE 
POTTER VALLEY 



CALIFORNIA 



Pho 



SPr 



2-8552 



HARRY'S UPHOLSTERING SHOP 

Harry A. Offield 

FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING 

Custom-Made Furniture and Drapes 

Free Estimates — All Work Guaranteed 

510 FOURTH STREET 
MORRO BAY CALIFORNIA 



PICKERING 

LUMBER 

CORP. 

Sugar Pine - White Pine 

Ponderosa Pine 

Incense Cedar 



STANDARD, CALIF. 



Dea'inher 19''? - }<i>iH.iiy /95« 



POLICE AND PHAGE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 3i 



GROCERS FIGHT "TILL TAPPING" 



Losses from till tapping cost grocers 
thousands. A film recently produced by 
the East Bay Grocers Association, Oak- 
land, California, has already been effective 
in cutting losses from till tapping offenses 
in Northern California. The movie is be- 
ing made available through the local gro- 
cers association otlices to their members at 
no charge. 

The shots for the film were made with- 
out the knowledge of the store clerks and 
as a result, interest is high during the en- 
tire film. The actors are two narcotics ad- 
dicts whose ser\'ices were obtained by the 
grocers association from the Oakland Po- 
lice Department. These two men make 
their living — $200 per day — tapping tills, 
and on this film show complete routine. 

The picture, entitled "This Is Your 
Loss," runs 22 minutes and is l6mm 
sound and color. A narration gives the 
complete story of how and why the movie 
was produced. 

SERVICE CENTER NEWS 

Magazines - Newspapers - Souvenirs 
Hobby Supplies - Complete Smokers 
Headquarters - Candy - Sundries 

507 FIFTH STREET 
MORRO BAY CALIFORNIA 



THE BOTTLE 

CHOICE WINES — LIQUORS— BEER 

lone and Jack Barneberg 

MAIN STREET 
MORRO BAY CALIFORNIA 

Phone Arroyo Grande 364 1, 2973 

NISHI MARKET 

1156 GRAND AVENUE 
CROVER CITY CALIFORNIA 



BLINKING OWL 



COCKTAIL LOUNGE 
Get The Glad Hand From a Brother Offic 



ELEVENTH AND GRAND AVENUE 
CROVER CITY CALIFORNIA 



JOE'S SHOE SERVICE 

FOR DOGGONE GOOD SERVICE 

119 SOUTH "H" STREET 
LOMPOC CALIFORNIA 



Everyone who sees this film becomes 
aware of the need for constant attention 
to the open cash register. Because of this 
alert awareness of the grcxer clerks and 
managers where this film has been shown, 
men making their living as till tappers 
have commuted to other areas to carry on 
their business. 

The film is available from the East Bay 
Grocers Association, 181^ Telegraph 
Ave., Oakland 12, California, for a price 
post paid of $185.00. 

Telephone 5081 

PEROZZI HARDWARE CO. 

Peter A. Perozzi • Wm. A. Perozzi 

201 WEST OCEAN AVENUE 
LOMPOC CALIFORNIA 



STADLEY'S SUPER MARKET 

SELECT GROCERIES - MEATS 
VEGETABLES 



610 NORTH 'H' STREET 
LOMPOC CALIFORNIA 

Phone 4082 DANCING 

MARTIN'S MANZANITA ROOM 

BAR AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

Cliff and Bemie Martin, Props. 

119 WEST OCEAN AVENUE 
LOMPOC CALIFORNIA 



YAGER PHOTOGRAPHER 

CAMERA SHOP AND SPORTING GOODS 
COLT FIREARMS 

Discount to Police Officers 

106 EAST OCEAN AVENUE 
OMPOC CALIFORNIA 



RENO CAFE 



312 WEST OCEAN AVENUE 
LOMPOC CALIFORNIA 

Phone 6681 

THE TORTILLA SHOP 

MEXICAN FOOD IN REAL MEXICAN STYLE 

Com and Flour Tortillas - Tamales - Tacos 
Enchiladas - Tostadas - Orders to Take Out 

124 SOUTH •H" STREET 
LOMPOC CALIFORNIA 



POMGE 



• PtACE OFFICERS' 



Jwilim 



Business Office: 465 Tenth Street 

San Francisco 3, California 

Phone MArket 1-7110 



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DEAN'S DRUG STORE 

120S Grant Ave. TW 2-3161 

NOVATO CALIFORNIA 

SYBELL'S BIB'N TUCKER 

EXCLUSIVE CHILDREN'S CLOTHING 



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BELVEDERE 



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CALIFORNIA 



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GL 3-2298 

923 Francisco Boulevard 
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"Call Ivan" 

General Repairing - Towing - 24- 
Hour Road Service - Official Gar- 
age for Southern California Auto 
Club - National and Randall Club. 
Wheel Aligning and Balancing 

1213 centinela 
Inglewood, California 



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police and peace OFFICERS' JOURNAL 

HOLIDAY DRINKING 

SACRAMENTO — Drinking drivers 
received special attention during the year- 
end holidays according to plans developed 
by the California Highway Patrol and the 
State Department of Alcoholic Beverage 
Control. 

Patrol Commissioner B. R. Caldwell 
and ABC Director Russell S.Munro agreed 
to the two-pronged attack on the drinking 
driver problem and promised professional 
enforcement action against all violators. 

"Our cooperative enforcement efforts 
have brought favorable results in the past," 
stated Munro. "Our agents again wqrked 
closely with the Patrol in a concentrated 
program designed to control the excessive 
drinking situation on and off the high- 
ways." 

"We asked all military and local police 
agencies to join us in the effort during the 
holidays and look forward to a broader 
and more effective program," Caldwell 
said. "An extensive public information 
program was also used." 



December 1957 - January 1958 



ST 7-1141 

Kenskill Trailer 
Corp. 

• 

11321 Goss Street 

Sun Valley, Calif. 



Phone Mutual 3520 

The American Baptist Publication 

MASONIC BIBLES 
ALSO XMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS 

352 SOUTH SPRING STREET 
LOS ANGELES 13 CALIFORNIA 

SEASON'S GREETINGS 

M. G. 



HOW ABOUT THIS? 

Juveniles under 17 are prohibit- 
ed from driving cars between mid- 
night and 5 a.m under a new Min- 
nesota law. The law became effec- 
tive recently when Governor Or- 
ville L. Freeman signed a bill pass- 
ed by the current Minnesota Legis- 
lature forcing young drivers off 
highways in early hours. 

In a statement accompanying 
the signing, Governor Freeman 
said he was convinced a majority 
of young people "conduct them- 
selves in accordance with the dic- 
tates of common sense," but added 
that crimes and accidents after 
midnight call for a trial of the law 
to protect both young and old 
from the "irresponsibility of a 
small majority." 



BE COURTEOUS 

HOLLYWOOD 



DRIVE CAREFULLY 

CALIFORNIA 



FRED L LESTOE 
FRED C. WOOD CO. 

Room 402 

712 SOUTH OLIVE STREET 

LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA 

BEST WISHES 

F. W. KOENIG 

Room 820 

606 SOUTH HILL STREET 

LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA 



Best Wishes 

N. E. Youngblood 

DRIVE CAREFULLY 

• 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 



Season's Greetings 

FRED VAILE 

Drive Courteously . . . 
Speed Kills 

609 S. Grand Avenue 
Los Angeles, Californla. 



AC 2-9987 

Compliments of 
THELMA CRABB'S 

Submarine Cafe 

Across from the 
Midway Drive-In Theater 

4024 Midway Drive 
San Diego, California 



SEASON'S GREETINGS 

B. A. RICHARDSON 

DRIVE CAREFULLY . . . SPEED KILLS 

1610 HILL DRIPE 

LOS ANGELES 41 CALIFORNIA 

SEASON'S GREETINGS 

J. J. c. 



BE COURTEOUS 
HOLLYWOOD 



DRIVE CAREFULLY 

CALIFORNIA 



December 19^7 • January 1958 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



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LETTERS^yL EDITOR 



Editor: 

Live and learn. I've been reading your 
magaaine for three years because of my 
intense interest in police matters and 
thought I knew how to react when in trou- 
ble. 'Yet several days ago a woman smash- 
ed into the back of my car while I was 
waiting for a signal during the six o'clock 
rush hour on Post Street. 

I got out and inspected the rear end of 
my car in the dark while horns blared 
from hungry drivers anxious to get home 
for dinner. No visible damage, so I sent 
her along without getting her name, li- 
cense number or address. You can guess 
the answer — the next day, sixty bucks 
worth of trouble. Ruefully yours, 
(sgd) E. S. C. 
San Francisco, Calif. 
Gentlemen: 

The writer is conducting a survey of 
Business and Technical Magazine Publi- 
cations and is inquiring if you would be 
good enough to send him a copy of a re- 
cent issue of each of your magazines. 

Thanking you very kindly for your gen- 
erous consideration, I remain 

Sincerely yours, 
Philip Coulter 
The Editor: 

Fines have not solved moving traffic 
violations. Better results might be obtained 
by impounding the car for a few days in- 
stead. This might prove to be a deterrent 
big enough to stop some of our careless 
driving. 

(Sgd) William R. Sullivan 
720 'West 10th Place 
Los Angeles 15 



TO THE 

Dear Sir: 

Widespread use of the Salk vaccine, 
made possible by March of Dimes funds, 
has already protected millions of Ameri- 
cans against the appalling paralysis of 
polio. 

But the polio fight is far from finished. 
Not only do large segments of the public 
still lack this protection, but there still re- 
main 300,000 victims of past polio attacks, 
many of whom — children in particular — 
can be restored by modern medical science 
to lives of usefulness and productivity. 
With victory in sight, we cannot walk off 
the battlefield and abandon the wounded. 
We count on your publication to help 
us inform the public of this need in the 
1958 March of Dimes campaign from 
January 2 to 31. 

Sincerely yours, 
(Sgd) Basil O'Connor 
President 



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Jack Cooper 8:45 - 1:45 
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San Diego 4. California 




Editor: 

Why doesn't Ben Alexander (Sergeant 
Friday's partner in Dragnet) study Kerk- 
hovcn's examination questions in the 
Journal — it might help him make ser- 
geant. 

(Sgd) A. A. M. 
Bakersfield, Calif. 



Season's Greetings 

C. B. A. 

Drive Carefully 

E. O. 

Season's Greetings 
Drive Carefully 

Phone BE 2-9315 

BEST WISHES 

BE SURE TO EAT AT 

ROBERTO'S 

•Finest PIZZA and TORPEDO 
SANDWICH Served Anywhere' 

Steak Dinner - Scaloppini 

Spaghetti - Parmesan - Ravioli 

Lasagna - Pizza - Cacciatore 

HOSTS 

Jerome and Elsie De Philippis 
Open 11a. m. to 3 p. m. 

DOWNTOWN, CORNER- 
FIFTH AND MARKET 
SAN DIEGO, CALIF. 



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December 19'>7 - January 1958 ' 



DARK IS HAZARD 

Autumn and winter are dangerous peri- 
ods for both motorists and pedestrians, 
warns the California State Automobile As- 
sociation. 

"Because of the shorter days of the fall 
and winter season, darkness arrives much 
earlier in the evening and departs later in 
the morning," says the AAA motorists' 
organization. "Motorists driving to and 
from work often must drive in complete 
or semi-darkness. The reduced visibility 
constitutes a major hazard." 

The number of traffic deaths in cities, 
particularly those involving pedestrians, 
increases sharply with the advent of fall 
and winter. 

Statistics show that more accidents occur 
between 4 and 8 P.M. during November, 
December and January than during any 
comparable period in the entire year. 
There can be no doubt that the earlier 
darkness hours play a deciding role. 

The AAA offers these safety tips to mo- 
torists and pedestrians: 

(1) 'When walking at night, wear a 
light-colored article of clothing or carry 
a newspaper so that you may be seen by 
passing cars. On rural roads, walk facing 
traffic. 

(2) When driving, remain alert for 
pedestrians, especially youngsters crossing 
streets at dusk. 

(3) Keep your windshield clean, and 
avoid tinted eye glasses or other devices 
which reduce light. 

(4) Know the visiblity range of your 
headlights, and drive so that you can 
stop within this range. 

(5) Reduce your speed at night. 

(6) Keep your car battery, lights and 
electrical system in good condition. 



JAY BAILEY 
Construction Co. 

MO 2-2867 

Box 127 

Woodland, California 



BElmont 9-1391 

CENTRAL MEAT 
CO. 

Wholesalers 

Established in San Diego 
Since 1912 

FRESH MEATS - PROVISIONS 
SAUSAGES - LUNCH MEATS 

E. W. (Ed) Kuhlken 

GENERAL MANAGER 



Office and Distribution Plant 

1811 C Street 
San Diego, Californl\ 



JOHN S. HOCKING - LOGGING 



61 HOCKING 
PLACERVILLE CALIFORNIA 



BE 4-5224 

A Great Place to Show Your 
Friends 

YOUR HOSTS 

Pat and Maria Higgins 

BOTSFORD 
GRILL 

specializing in 

SPANISH FOOD, STEAKS 
AND LUNCHES 

From 10 a. m. 'til midnite 
. . . COCKTAI LS . . . 

740 BROADWAY 
SAN DIEGO, CALIF. 



TRUCK VIOLATIONS 

A noted increase in traffic violations by 
commercial vehicle drives has made it nec- 
essary for the California Highway Patrol 
to emphasize increased enforcement effort. 

Ten violations by commercial drivers 
were signaled out by Patrol Commissioner 
B. R. Caldwell. 

1. Excessive speed. 

2. Excessive speed on downhill grades. 

3. Following too closely. 

4. Failure to maintain 500 feet intervals 
between commercial vehicles. 

3. Failure to complete passing move- 
ments on uphill grades within the required 
one-quarter mile. 

6. Exceeding limitations on driving 
hours. 

7. Defective brake equipment. 

8. Inadequate or improperly connected 
safety chains. 

9. Defective or inadequate mufflers and 
exhaust systems. 

10. Lack of vehicle registration and in- 
complete or incorrect vehicle registration. 

"Enforcement action against these viola- 
tions will be executed in accordance with 
established enforcement policy," Caldwell 
promised. "The safe operation of commer- 
cial vehicles is a must on California's con- 
gested highways. 



Phone 1100 

Clark's Drug Store 

Dependable 
Prescriptionists 

Butte and Sycamore Sts. 
Willows, California 



Phone 4-1091 

j Fisher Brothers 

I Excavating and Ditching 



. I 



P. O. BOX 478 
RIO VISTA, CALIF. 



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POLICI2 AND PEACE OEEICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 37 



AQUATIC OFFICERS AT WORK 



California, with its miles of seatoast, 
huge lakes and waterways, streams and 
rivers, might very well follow the lead of 
inland Michigan which has etjuippcd its 
state police with t|iialified skin divers. 

Each of the eight districts in the motor 
state have trained divers ready to aid in 
the recovery of criminal evidence and the 
bodies of drowning victims. 

Started in the summer of 19'i7, a "iO 
hour school over a five day period was 
opened in East Lansing. Each district sent 
two men selected from officers rated as 
life-saving instructors to be instructed by 
members of the Capitol City Skin Diving 
Club of Lansing and representatives of 
manufacturers of skin diving equipment. 

Preliminary training was given in the 
swimming pool at the headquarters fol- 
lowed by practical problems carried out in 
underwater search in Michigan's rivers 
and lakes. 

EXPERIMHNTAL StAGE 

The present plan is still in an experi- 
mental stage and equipment was issued 
only to the teams in the first district, East 
Lansing, second district, Detroit, and 
eighth district, Marquette. 

However, these teams will work not 
only in their own areas but all over Michi- 
gan and if the venture proves successful, 
all districts will have skin diving equip- 
ment and trained men to operate it. 

Recovering drowned victims is only part 
of the usefulness of skin divers. Many 
criminal cases have been successfully pros- 
ecuted only after the recovery of impor- 
tant evidence thrown in rivers and lakes. 



Midvalley Savings 
& Loan Association 

4*7^ Paid on Insured Savings 

Thrift and Home Ownership 
Our Specialty 

317 Fourth Street 

MARYSVILLE — OROVILLE 

YUBA CITY CALIFORNIA 



PL 7-2100 

F. WILLS CONTRACTOR AND 

INDUSTRIAL CONCRETE 

COMPANY 

EXCAVATING - PAVING - GRADING 
OAKLE.Y HIGHWAY 




THESE ARE NOT MEN FROM MARS, instead here are four Michigan policemen outfitted 
and ready for skin diving work in Michigan's lakes and streams. 

Several years ago two murderers of a 
gas station attendant in an attempted hold- 
up were brought to justice when members 
of the Capital City Skin Diving Club and 
the State Police cooperated in the recovery 
of a shotgun and rifie thrown in a lake. 
Student Convicted 

At about the same period a university 
student was convicted of attempted rape 
when a knife he had used as a weapon was 
found in a river. 

Numerous safes and other objects have 
been recovered by skin divers according to 
the Michigan Police Journal. 

With swimming, surf-bathing, fishing 
and yachting a prime factor in the econ- 
omy of the Golden State, trained skin 
divers could very well aid law enforce- 
ment a great deal in California. 



LE 3-0033 

Oscar Hedlund 
Lumber Co. 

Douglas Fir 

Western Hemlock 

Sugar Pine 

Ponderosa Pine 

Merrimac Star Route 

Oroville, California 



GASOLINE CONSUMPTION 

Gasoline consumption in the United 
States exceeded 56 billion gallons in 1956, 
reports the National Automobile Club. 

MOSS LUMBER COMPANY 

DOUGLAS FIR — SUGAR PINE 
PONDEROSA PINE — DRY KILNS 



ANTIOCH 



CALIFORNIA BURNT RANCH 



CALIFORNIA 



Phone 750 



Reediey Nursery 

"Home of LeGrand Nectarine" 

FRUIT TREES - GRAPE 
vines - ORNAMENTALS 

WEST AND EYE STREETS 
REEDLEY, CALIFORNIA 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



December 1957 - January 1958 



PARKING LIGHTS TABOO 



The proper use of vehicle lighting 
equipment is necessary for safety at night, 
says the California Highway Patrol. 

"Using parking lights as driving lights 
and failure to use proper headlight beam 
when following, passing or meeting an- 
other vehicle on the highway are two haz- 
ardous and illegal practices," declared 
Patrol Commissioner B. R. Caldwell. 
"Parking lights when used as driving 
lights tend to deceive the other driver, 
creating false illusions of distance and 
speed of oncoming cars. 

"A blinding high beam from an oncom- 
ing car or a car following you can reduce 
your vision to zero for a few seconds at 
least," Caldwell stated. "Lowering the 
beam to avoid blinding the other driver 
is a legal responsibility of every motorist 
when driving at night. 

"The law requires you to use the lower 



EDWARD W. BURGAR. INC. 

BUILDER OF FINE HOMES 

909 "D" STREET 
SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



B R I Z A R D 
CONSTRUCTION 
COMPANY 

INDUSTRIAL LIGHTING 

HEATING - SHEET METAL 

PLUMBING 

Most Complete Stock of Electrical 
Fixtures. 

Plumbing Supplies, Sheet Metal 
and Heating. 

Between San Francisco and 
Portland. 

Retail Store Open Six Days 

U. S. 101 
Between Eureka and Areata 

EUREKA, CALIFORNIA 



beam when approaching an oncoming car 
within 500 feet or when following an- 
other car when within 200 feet," he con- 
tinued. "The law also makes it illegal to 
use the parking lights as driving lights 
anytime upon a highway except when such 
lights are being used as turn signals in ac- 
cordance with the vehicle code. 

"The Patrol urges every driver to keep 
in mind that the proper use of lights is a 
symbol of your courtesy; drive within the 
law and avoid accidents." 



Telephone 1992 

MARIO BOTTINI 

CONTRACTOR 

Rock and Cement Work of All 

Kinds — Excavating and Sewer 

Work 

802 C Street 
SAN RAFAEL, CALIF. 



Thomsen Research 
Co., Inc. 

• 

P. O. BOX 246 
SAUSALITO, CALIF. 

Humboldt Fir, Inc. 

DOUGLAS FIR 

SUGAR PINE 

PORT ORFORD CEDAR 

BOX 201 
HOOPA, CALIFORNIA 



Sam's Anchor Cafe 

Marina's Finest Cuisine 
Open New Year's Day 

For Reservations 
GEneva 5-4527 

TiBURON, CALIFORNIA 



TW 2-5030 

Marin Rock and 
Asphalt Co., Inc. 

Crushed Rock Products - Asphalt 
Plant Mix - Concrete Aggregates 

P. O. Box 325 
NOVATO, Californla 



Jas. E. O'Connell 
Co., Inc. 

APPLES AND APPLE 
PRODUCTS 



P. O. BOX 149 
SEBASTOPOL, CALIF. 



December 19^7 ■ Jtvuiary 193S 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 39 



Philbrick Lumber 
Co. 



COMPTCHE, 
CALIFORNIA 



wo 3-2761 

CHARLES KRUG 
WINERY 



p. O. Box 191 
St. Helena, California 



Soldier Mountain 
Sawmill 



BOX 548 
HAYFORK, CALIF. 



The 
Diamond Match Co. 

FI 2-4231 

P. O. Box 1037 
CHICO, CALIFORNIA 



FILM AVAILABLE 

A new 30 minute sound film in col- 
or depicting the life of a young ex-po- 
liceman training for foreign mission work 
is now available for distribution to schools, 
television stations and religious organiza- 
tions. 

The film "The Maryknoll Brother" re- 
lates the dramatic story of a young police- 
man from the city streets of New York 
who seeks a dynamic, positive solution to 
the ills of the world. 

The l6mm film follows Brother Mat- 
thew Kirwan, formerly Patrolman Joseph 
V. Kirwan, of Brooklyn, N. Y., a member 
of New York's Finest, from the time he 
first thinks of being a Brother until his 
Profession. Brothers are depicted at work, 
study, play and prayer and one gets a good 
insight into the motives and training that 
go into preparing young Americans for 
a lite as a foreign missionary. 

The l6mm film was written and direct- 
ed by Father Albert J. Nevins, M.M., ed- 
itor of the Maryknoll magazine. It is also 
available in black and white for presenta- 
tion on television, and may be obtained on 
free loan by writing: World Horizon 
Films, Maryknoll P.O., Maryknoll, N. Y. 



Redding Truck 
Service, Inc. 

Truly a Complete "One-Stop 
Truck Service" 

Chevron Products 

Atlas Tires 

3161 Highway 99 South 
Redding, California 



CH 3-3441 

C. M. Dicker, Inc. 

"Yoiv Finer Store" 

1614 Market Street 
Redding, California 






BA 6-3221 - 6-5821 

W. W. Cuffman 

Trucking Service, 

Inc. 

Sales :-: Service 

1030 SoscoL Avenue 
Napa, California 

Phone LI 2-2502 

The Sonoma 

County Farmers' 

Mutual Fire 

Insurance Co. 

P. O. Box 365 
635 Fifth Street 

Santa Rosa, California 



Aiaterials for Remodeling 

THE 

PACIFIC COAST 

CO. 

Plywood Division 

All Grades Interior and 
Exterior 

Douglas Fir 
Plywood 

Producers of DFPA Tested 
Quality Fir Plywood 

Member Douglas Fir Plywood 
Association 

PLYWOOD PLANT 

P. O. BOX 8 
SONOMA, CALIFORNIA 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



December 1957 - January 1958 



Pedroli & Watson 

Masonry Contractors 

BRICK - STONE - TILE 

San Francisco — B A) view 1-6779 

GLenwood 4-0534 

130 Alder Avenue 

San Anselmo, California 



. . . SALES 



505 Miller Avenue 
Mill Valley, California 



DU 8-5900 

KOBIL BUICK 

Variable Pitch Dynajlow 



Darkenwald 

Construction Co., 

Inc. 

General Contractors 
IVanhoe 9-3653 

2131 Fulton Avenue 
SACRAMENTO, CALIF. 



The Quality One-Stop 
FOOD CENTER 

Meats - Groceries - Liquors 

"Where Personality Predominates 
in Service" 

Jolly Stores, Inc. 

Kentfield - Mill Valley 



OBSERVE CODE 

"Analyses of traffic accident statistics 
prove beyond doubt that violations of the 
vehicle code are the leading contributing 
factors in about 90% of all traffic acci- 
dents," stated California Highway Patrol 
Commissioner B. R. Caldwell. "Drivers 
who realize this and drive accordingly, 
obeying the rules, seldom get into acci- 
dent trouble. 

"Speed violations, right-of-way viola- 
tions, driving while under the influence 
of alchohol, disregarding traffic lights or 
stop signs, and following too closely con- 
tinue to lead the parade of violations noted 
in traffic accidents," Caldwell said. ."The 
violations mentioned accounted for about 
75% of all traffic accidents reported to the 
Patrol. 

"With our usually highest traffic acci- 
dent period upon us, it is urgent that every 
driver and pedestrian check their traffic 
habits with the vehicle laws," he conclud- 
ed. "Each should keep in mind that there 
is no substitute for traffic law obedience if 
you want to drive or walk safely in traffic." 

MORRO UNDERGROUND 
CONSTRUCTION CO. 

SEWERLINES — SEWAGE DISPOSAL 
SEPTIC TANK CONSTRUCTION 

GL 4-3490 and GL 3-2404 

717 Francisco Boulevard 



SAN RAFAEL 



CALIFORNIA 



Harold Beasley 

Plumbing and Heating 
Contractor 

Sales - Service - Supplies 
Repair Work Our Specialty 

Ml 2-7518 

916 Tennessee Street 
VALLEJO, CALIF. 



CH 1-9866 



HOLLY CAFE 



1429 Market Street 
Redding, California 



SAUSALITO SAVINGS & LOAN 
ASSOCIATION 

Since 1887 



675 Bridgeway Blvd. 
SAUSALITO 



ED. 2-0393 

CALIFORNIA 



CARL'S OF BELVEDERE 

CASUAL WEAR FOR MARIN MEN 



On the Boardwalk 
BELVEDERE 



C;E. 5-1260 

CALIFORNIA 



TIBURON - BELVEDERE JAPANESE 
LAUNDRY 

QUALITY WORK PLUS PROMPT SERVICE 
SINCE 1892 



Tiburon Highway 
BELVEDERE 



GE 5-454S 

CALIFORNIA 



THE THUNDER CLOUD 

The Unique Dining and Cocktail Lounge 
"A Must in Marin County" 

First Street and Grant Avenue 

Just off 101 Highway in the Heart of 
NOVATO, CALIFORNIA 



LARSON & SUTTER 

SAILMAKERS 
Sails Made to Order and Repaired 

Gate S, Marinship ED 2-2510 

SAUSALITO CALIFORNIA 

ED 2-2815 

VINCENT MAGGIORA 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR 



509 Spring St. 

SAUSALITO 



P. O. Box 385 

CALIFORNIA 



VINCENT WHITNEY COMPANY 

Whitco Hand Power Dumbwaiters 
Whitco Sash Hardware 



1760 Bridgeway 
SAUSALITO 



ED 2-3260 

CALIFORNIA 



SAUSALITO DRY CLEANERS 

218 Caledonia St. ED 2-1878 

SAUSALITO CALIFORNIA 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



GLenwood 3-295 7 

SAN RAFAEL BAKERY 

GENUINE FRENCH BREAD 
OUR SPECIALTY 

1553 FOURTH STREET 
SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 

GLenwood 3-3513 

CALIFORNIA BAKERY 

Chas. and Mimi Fracchia 

919 FOURTH STREET 
SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 

Tslcphone GLenwood 3-8106 

C U R R I E 
HEATING AND PLUMBING CO. 

27 MARIPOSA AVENUE 
SAN ANSELMO CALIFORNIA 

GLenwood 3-0901 

ECKERT REALTY CO. 

R. J. "Bud" Eckert 

HOMES - LOTS - INCOME PROPERTY 

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 

Multiple Listing Service 

226 SIR FRANCIS DRAKE BOULEVARD 
SAN ANSELMO CALIFORNIA 

Phone GLenwood 4-7M3 

ROBERT JAMES SMILEY 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR 
Custom Built Homes - Remodeling & Repairs 

25 MELVILLE AVENUE 
SAN ANSELMO CALIFORNIA 

Telephone: Bus. DUnlap 8-5309 
Res. DUnlap 8-6034 

MILL VALLEY CABINET SHOP 

CUSTOM CABINET OF QUALITY 

153 MILLER AVENUE 
MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 

GLenwood 4-5681 

COMPUMENTS OF 

A. M. & W. F. WEDEL 



73 7 BUTTERFIELD ROAD 
SAN ANSELMO CALIFORNIA 



GLenwood 3- 1 079 



'58 STICKER GREEN 

Motor vehicle registration renewal 
procedure for 1958 will follow the fa- 
miliar pattern of recent years. The re- 
newal period will open January 2 and 
close February 4. 

The Department of Motor Vehicles 
will again issue a reflectorized sticker. It 
will be green in color with the numerals 
"1958" and the word "California" in 
white and should be attached to the rear 
plate over the red sticker issued for 1957. 

Official renewal notices in the form of 
pre-punched statement cards on each pas- 
senger car currently registered will be 
mailed between December 26, 1957, and 
January 15, 1958, to registered owners 
from the Department of Motor Vehicles 
in Sacramento. 

DUnlap 8-6944 

SABELLA'S 

SEAFOOD SPECIALISTS FOR GENERATIONS 

633 REDWOOD HIGHWAY 
MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 

CITY LIMITS GARAGE 

GENERAL REPAIRING AND AUTO 
ELECTRIC 

1583 SIR FRANCIS DRAKE BOULEVARD 
SAN ANSELMO CALIFORNIA 



MARIN ■ E - PRODUCTS 

Manufacturers of 

POWER SKI - MOTOR TOTOR AND OTHER 

MARINE PRODUCTS 



Marincore Building — 3030 Bridgeway 
SAUSALITO CALIFORNIA 



MILL VALLEY COLOR CENTER 

Distributors of 
MORWEAR PAINT PRODUCTS 



338 MILLER 



MILL VALLEY 



CALIFORNIA 



LEE COX 

EXCAVATING 



DU 8-4481 

TYRRELL'S 

Mimeograph and Secretarial 

Services 

124 THROCKMORTON AVENUE 
MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 

DUnlap 8-5313 

JACK McCALLUM 

... AN ALERT REALTOR . . . 



TAMALPAIS LIQUOR & 
DELICATESSEN DRIVE-IN 

GL 3-1167 
Fourth «c Tamalpaii 



SAN RAFAEL 



CALIFORNIA 



EMIL POHLI 

REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 

8 CORTE MADERA AVENUE 
MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 

ARANT AND COMPANY 

PLASTIC INJECTION MOULDING 



410 Gate S 

SAUSALITO 



ED 2-3061 

CALIFORNIA 



Phone GLenwood 3-9799 

HAMIE'S CHUCK WAGON 

PRIME RIB. STEAKS AND CHICKEN 

DANCING— COCKTAILS 

Sun-Down Banquet Room for Private Pau-ties 

821 FRANCISCO BOULEVARD 
SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 

Phone GLenwood 4-6502 

J. E. ANDREU 

(;ENERAL CONTRACTOR 
Specializing in Home Building, Alterations 

31 CHULA VISTA 
SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 

TW 2-2843 

DAIRYMEN'S MILLING COMPANY 

GRAIN :-: FEED 



P. O. BOX 52 7 



CALIFORNIA 



P. A. BATES. BUILDER, INC. 

18 SOUTH RIDGEWOOD ROAD 
KENTFIELD CALIFORNIA 

Phone DU 8-5270 

BURRIS LUMBER CO.. INC. 

36 TIBURON BOULEVARD AT 



22 BENNIT AVENUE 
SAN ANSELMO CALIFORNIA 



160 EAST BLITHEDALE AVENUE 
MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 



TIBURON "Y • 



MILL VALLEY 



CALIFORNIA 



'■'■«ncifco27.Cai- 



BULK RATE 

U. S. POSTAGE 

PAID 

San Francisco, Calif. 

Permit No. 3172 



CUCKOO CLUB 



HULA HUT 

Your Host . . . Leo Matrango 
1034-40 THIRD AVENUE SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA 



TIDEWATER OIL 
COMPANY 

79 NEW MONTGOMERY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



SAN FRANCISCO EDITION 




POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



HIGBY & SONS 

QROWERS and SHIPPERS 
Potatoes Gold Shield Onions 

SILL BLDG., BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. 
Phone FA 2-1955 

Phones: Business STOCKTON HO 4-4713 
Residence Stockton HO 5-5033 



ALUMINUM & MAGNESIUM, IflC 



P. O. BOX 156 

RE 7-2922 

CORONA, CALIFORNIA 

SANDUSKY, OHIO 



Febrii^try-Miinh, W^R 



POLICn AND ?V.hC.\\ OmCERS' JOURNAL 



Pjge 1 



Featured in This Issue 



TV Program Aids Police 3 

Helpful Examination Questions 4 

Latent Print Variations 7 

Day In Court 13 

Easter Seals Help Otficer 19 

Sacramento Queen City 23 

Woodland Is City of Trees 29 

Fire Farewell to U^')? 33 

Letters to the Editor il 

South City Well Policed 43 

Vehicle Code Changes 49 

Santa Cruz Vacationland 53 



The Editok is always pleased to consider articles suitable for publication. Con- 
tributions should preferably be typewritten, but where this is not possible, copy 
should be clearly written. Contributions may be signed with a "nom de plume," 
but all articles must bear the name and address of the sender, which will be 
treated with the strictest confidence. The Editok will also be pleased to consider 
photographs of officers and of interestinff events. Letters should be addressed to 
the Editor. 



DIRECTORY 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Hall of Justice, Kearny and Washington Streets 

Telephone SUttcr 1-2020 

Radio Short Wave Call KMA-438 



Mayor, Hon. GnoRGH Christohhur 



POLICE COMMISSIONERS 

Regular Meetings Tuesday, 2:00 p.m.. Hall of Justice 

Paul A. Bissinger, Piesideni Davis & Pacific Ave. 

Thomas J. Mellon 390 First Street 

Harold R. McKinnon Mills Tower 

Sergeant 'William J. O'Brien, Secretary 
Room 104, Hall of Justice 



CHIEF OF POLICE Francis J. Ahern 

DEPUTY CHIEF OF POLICE Thomas J. Cahill 

Chief of Inspectors Daniel McKlem 

Director of Traffic Daniel Kiel'i 

Dept. Sec'y Sgt. John Butler Hall of Justice 

DISTRICT CAPTAINS 

Central — Charles Borland 635 Washington Street 

Southern — August G. Steffen Fourth and Clara Streets 

Mission — John Engler 1240 Valencia Street 

Northern — Harry Nelson 941 Ellis Street 

Richmond— Walter S. Ames 451 Sixth Avenue 

Ingleside — Arthur Williams Balboa Park 

Taraval — Thomas Flanagan 2348 Twenty-fourth Avenue 

Potrero — Edward Greene 2}00 Third Street 

Golden Gate Park — Ted J. Terlau Stanyan opp. Waller 

Traffic — Ralph Olstad Hall of JustUe 

City Prison — Lt. Walter Thompson Hall of Justice 

Bureau of Inspectors — Lt. Daniel J. QuiNLAN.Hall of Justice 

Director — Bur. of Personnel — John MEEHAN....Hall of Justice 

Director of Criminology — 

Leonard Wiebe (Acting) Hall of Justice 

Director — Bureau of Special Services — 
Captain Cornelius P. Murphy Hall of Justice 

Director of Juvenile Bureau — 
William Hanrahan _ Hall of Justice 

Director — Bureau of Criminal Information — 
Lt. Edward Comber Hall of Justice 

Inspector of Schools Traffic Control — 
Inspector Thomas B. Tracy Hall of Justice 

Supervising Captain of Districts — 
Philip Kiely Hall of Justice 

Chinatown Detail — Lt. H. C. Atkinson Hall of Justice 

Range Master — Robert Adernethy.... Pistol Range, Lake Merced 



WhenlnTrouhle Coll SlJtter 1-2020 

vvhen in Doubt 



Always At Your Service 



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Help save a life ♦ ♦ ♦ 

It may he your own 

CHARLES SCHWARTZ 

P. O. Box F 
Stratford, California 




CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 

General Contractors 

2 I 31 Fulton Avenue 
Sacramento, California 
Telephone IV 9-3653 



FtbruaryManh. 7958 



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"Efficient Police 

Make a Land of 

Peace" 

(Established J922) 




±S5 PEACE OFFICERS* 



-or THE STATE OF CALI FORNIA ■ 



The Magazine 

Peace Officers 

Read 

(Trade Mark Copyriphi) 



Vol. XXVIII 



FEBRUARY - MARCH, 19-^8 



No. 8 



TV AIDS POLICE PUBLIC RELATIONS 



Many officers quarrel with some of the 
television portrayals of police work and 
the men who take the leading roles in 
such features as "Dragnet," "Lineup, " and 
the dozens of other TV attempts to depict 
crime and its inevitable reward but there 
is another aspect to the magic eye stories 
that may not have occurred to law en- 
forcement officials. 

There was a time when a police officer 
could not pick up a book, attend a play, 
or go to a movie without seeing himself 
portrayed or described as a '"Keystone 
Cop, " or a "dumb flatfoot' who had to be 
"shown the light" by a smart "private 
eye."" 

No f)erson enjoys seeing his avocation, 
trade, or profession held up to undue ridi- 
cule. 

It"s demoralizing, embarrassing . . . and 
unfair. 

"Cop" Distasteful 

It got to the point that "cop " became 
a distasteful label used extensively by 
small boys and a misinformed public. 

The trend has changed, in recent years, 
due in large part to the efforts of one man 
and one city. 

The man is Jaime del Valle, a producer 
to television programs for the CBS Tele- 
vision Network. 

The city is beautiful and colorful San 
Francisco, whose mood ranges from the 
sublime to the raucous, whose history 
reaches back to the Spanish dons and in- 
cludes the birth of the United Nations and 
whose cTjlture ranges form white-tie-and- 
tail opera to waterfront bistros. 

San Francisco, like any metropolitan 
city, maintained a police force that was 
responsible for the safety and security of 
its citizens and visitors. The men who 
manned it resented ridicule by their neigh- 
bors ... the general public they protected 
and relied upon for cooperation. 



Above all, they resented the derisive 
use of the word "cop." 

Pi'BLic Relations Problem 

For San Francisco it was a problem of 
public relations. 

For CBS it was a matter of entertain- 
ment. 

They wanted to tell a series of stories 
based on the drama that is part and parcel 
of the crime of any major city. 

They wanted to tell these stories as they 
are seen through the eyes of the modern 
police officer . . . not the fictional "Key- 
stone Cop, " but the career civil servant 
who follows a skilled profession, which 
takes years of study . . . years of hard 
work, to master. 

To do this they needed a city . . . and 
so CBS went to San Francisco. 

Thus the two came together and out of 
the union the CBS Television series, the 
"Lineup" was born. 

The birth was not easy. 

The city, as represented by the Police 
Chief and the Police Commission, was 
wary of the entertainment business as a 
whole and its "private eyes" and '"dumb 
flatfoots " in particular. It wanted no part 
in putting the millstone of comedy charac- 
ter around its peace officers. 

Chief Was Tough 

The Chief and the Commission bought 
the idea on some tough terms . . . terms 
agreed upon by producer del Valle. 

""Lineup " was NOT to be a gimmick 
show. Its scripts were to follow closely 
the recorded history of each police case. 
The story would always be direct. Realism 
was to be the rule. A television show was 
to be built from fact. 

"Lineup " writers were to swing a powd- 
er-packed punch on the subject of law en- 
forcement. They were to deal not only in 
the excitement and danger of the police in 
action ... but also the day-to-day routine 
and the humdrum activity of deskwork. 



They were to take a long look at crime 
detection, prevention and punishment 
from the newest, most modern research as 
practiced by the men in the laboratories to 
the basic, plodding legwork of the men on 
the beats. 

Files Combed 

The police files were opened and 
combed. 

Technical advisors, detective-inspectors 
with long years of experience behind 
them, were suppiled. 

Scripts and stories were screened by a 
three-man board composed of the Chief, 
the Chief of Inspectors and the Supervis- 
ing Captain . . . their combined experience 
totaled nearly 100 years in police work 
. . . all phases of it. 

Weeks were spent on the format, more 
weeks on indoctrinating writers to police 
terminology. Actors rode police cars and 
haunted the police academy. Thousands 
of feet of film were "shot." The him was 
thrown out . . . "not enough realism." 
More him ... . and the "Lineup"" was 
ready to beam across the nation. 

The meticulous and exhausting devo- 
tion to realism paid off. 

This past year "Lineup" was consist- 
ently in the "top ten" favorite programs 
of the country. 

Familiar Faces 

Warner Anderson, as Lieutenant Ben 
Guthrie and Tom Tuily, as Inspector Matt 
Greb, are probably two of the most famil- 
iar faces connected with jTolice work in the 
United States today. 

Thousands of visitors have flcxked to 
the city by the Golden Gate as a direct 
result of the program. 

Hundreds of visitors and residents alike 
have given the program their indorsement 
by appearing in street scenes, on cable cars 
(Conlhiiied o» page 22 ) 



Piige 4 



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February-zMiinh, I <) iS 



HELPFUL QUESTIONS FOR EXAMINATIONS 

Herein is contained another of a series of questions and answers pertinent to Police training and helpful in promotional 
examinations. These questions and answers are supplied to the Journal, as a service to law enforcement officers through- 
out the state, by E. D. Kerkhoven, director of the Peace Officer Training Service in Oakland. The questions are selected to 
test the reader's knowledge of what action to take in certain situations resulting from criminal acts. Each question has a 
number of suggested answers, labeled 1, 2, 3, etc. You decide which is the best answer to the question asked and then en- 
circle the number. 'VC'Tien you have completed the test, compare your answers with the KEY on page 22. 



1. The most common method used in 
making casts of traces caused by tools 
being pressed against paint is: — (1) by 
plaster casts made of dental plaster, (2) 
by moulage, (3) by pressing plastelina 
against the trace, (4) by the use of a high 
quality of plaster and vaseline. 

2. "Sketching " is determining the rela- 
tive positions of different points insofar 
as location is concerned. A common meth- 
od for this purpose is the : — (1) polas 
or radial coordinate method, (2) coordi- 
nate method, (3) transverse method, (4) 
triangle method, (5) cross-projection 
method. 

3. In measuring the caliber of a fired 
bullet, one would find: — (1) the bullet 
to have a caliber absolutely corresponding 
to the firearm from which it was fired, 

(2) the bullet may generally be fitted back 
into the barrel from which it was fired, 

(3) the caliber of the bullet to be meas- 
ured from land to land, (4) the caliber 
of the bullet to be measured from groove 
to groove. 

4. A person cannot fire a shot at him- 
self at a greater distance than about: — 

(1) 24 inches, (2) 20 inches, (3) 18 
inches, (4) 15 inches. 

5. An investigator arrives at the scene 
of a death to find the victim lying on the 
floor with signs of post-mortem lividity 
on the upper surface of the body. The 
soundest conclusion that can bs drawn is 
that the victim: — ( 1 ) died a violent death, 

(2) has just committed suicide by as- 
phyxiation, (3) was battered severely o;i 
the upper part of the body, (4) has bec:i 
dead for less than an hour, ( 5 ) was moved 
several hours after death. 



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6. Masochism means most nearly: — 
( 1 ) one who obtains sexual satisfaction by 
ill treating the sexual partner, (2) the 
sexual desire is fixed upon the upper part 
of the body or article of wearing apparel, 
(3) the desire to have sexual relations 
with animals or unnatural relations with 
human beings, (4) the desire to be whip- 
ped or otherwise mistreated. 

7. Necrophilism means most nearly: — 
( 1 ) a form of perversion where the sexual 
desire is concentrated on dead bodies, (2) 
a form of perversion where the sexual 
desire is obtained by whipping the vic- 




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i)f Police Charlie Oullea, former Police Commissioner Jesse B. Cook, automogul Bill Hughson, W. F. Culbertson, Captain of Detectives 
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German scientists have developed a belt 
with flashing lights for West Berlin po- 
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protection for the men. 

A white plastic belt with two braces, 
adjustable for individual officers, is fitted 
with six orange-colored plastic lamps in 
front and back with flashlight bulbs draw- 
ing current from a dry battery. 

The battery can be used without inter- 
ruption for seven hours and will regen- 
erate if two are used alternately so they 
should be ample for six two-hour duty 
periods. 

A motor-driven circuit breaker inter- 
rupts the current rhythmically to flash the 
light.s. 

The battery, circuit-breaker switch and 
miniature plugs are fixed to a base-plate 
and connected to the belt with plastic- 
covered flex. The apparatus is covered 
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Febriiitry-March, 19^8 



NEW TRAFFIC GUIDE 



The Traffic Institute of Northwestern 
University has announced publication of 
the Instructor's Guide for Traffic Accident 
bivestigation. 

Based on and for use with the Traffic 
Accident Investigator's Manual for Police, 
the Guide is a three-part publication. Part 
1 is entitled "General Information for the 
Instructor." Part 2 is "Review and Discus- 
sion Questions," and Part 3 is "Special 
Training Methods and Aids." A special 
feature is a form for "Administrative 
Evaluation of the Need for Training in 
Accident Investigation." 

In announcing the new publication, Ray 
Ashworth, director of the Traffic Institute 
and of the Traffic Division of the Inter- 
national Association of Chiefs of Police, 
said: 

"We consider the development and 
publication of the Instructor's Guide the 
most significant single step ever made in 
police traffic training. Never before has 
there been so complete and comprehensive 
a pattern laid down for the police training 
instructor. This Guide will be an inval- 
uable tool for police agencies seeking to 
improve their investigation of traffic acci- 
dents." 

One Copy Needed 

Mr. Ashworth stressed, however, that 
most police departments will need only 
one copy of the complete Guide. Addi- 
tional copies of Parts 2 and 3 and of in- 
dividual units in Part 3 may be ordered 
from the Traffic Institute. 

The three-part Guide will be sent to 
police departments on a two-week, no- 

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obligation, trial basis. Purchase price is 
$30 per copy, from the Traffic Institute, 
1804 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Part 1 of the Guide, "General Informa- 
tion for the Instructor," tells how to set 
up a training course (based on the 617- 
page textbook, the Traffic Accident In- 
vestigator's Manual for Police) and then 
details information on three types of 
courses : 1 ) minimum training — for police 
recruits; 2) abridged training — for police 
who should know something more of the 
subject, and 3) complete training — for 
police who are or will be assigned to the 
investigation of traffic accidents. 

Training Questions 

Part 2, "Review and Discussion Ques- 
tions," is a compilation of questions to be 
used in a departmental training course, 
and Part 3, "Special Training Methods 
and Aids," consists of 57 separate train- 
ing projects which an instructor will find 
useful in teaching an accident investiga- 
tion course. Copies of the project material 
may be ordered in qantities for distribu- 
tion to police trainees. 

The three-part Instructor's Guide was 
developed by the Research and Develop- 
ment Division of the Traffic Institute un- 
der the direction of James Stannard Baker, 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 




POLICEMEN'S BALL 

The 1958 annual Ball and Enter- 
tainment of the Widows and Or- 
phan's Aid Ass'n. of the S. F. Po- 
lice Dept. will be held on Friday 
and Saturday evenings, April 25th 
and 26th in San Francisco's Civic 
Auditorium. 

A program of excellent entertain- 
ment will be offered on both nights 
in addition to dancing. Tickets are 
now on sale and may be obtained 
from any Police Officer or at any 
Police station in San Francisco. 



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Page 7 



Latent Print Variations 

The following interesting discussion of the variations in Late.it Print Techniques was written by Morris Grodsky, Instructor, 
Criminology Department City College of San Francisco, and is reprinted from the excellent Finger Print iiinl Icletilificalio)] Maga- 
zine of Chicago. 



Of the various techniques associated 
with the development of physical evi- 
dence, probably none receives a greater 
participation on the part of law enforce- 
ment personnel than those involving the 
development of latent prints. 

Certainly it is to be expected that among 
the numerous individuals utilizing the 
techniques of development, there are some 
who are inventive and many who look for 
a better way. Yet, because of a lack of 
communication, the bulk of the workers in 
the field never become aware of the crea- 
tive results achieved by their colleagues. 

As a step in the right direction, I shall 
endeavor in this article to present some 
variations in method which I have found 
to be successful. Although no new prin- 
ciples are involved, the techniques them- 
selves may in particular instances produce 
better results than have heretofore been 
obtained. 

Development With Iodine 

A highly regarded procedure for the 
development of latent prints containing 
substances such as skin oils or grease is 
the iodine fuming technique. The method 
is successful because the iodine fumes are 
selectively retained by the oily material in 
the latent impression. The standard forms 
of application are: (1) the iodine fuming 
cabinet, and (2) portable iodine fumers 
of various design. A suggestion from one 
of the students in our criminology pro- 
gram at City College of San Francisco has 
led to a variation which may in some in- 
stances be superior to those accepted meth- 
ods. This variation can be called an iodine 
dusting technique. 

The technique was first carried out by 
simply grinding iodine crystals to a fine 
powder and then dusting with this mate- 



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rial. The prints developed immediately, 
had excellent contr;ist, and tended to have 
a good duration visibility. One ditficulty 



arose when this method was applied. 
Though the print in general developed 
with an equal intensity throughout, small 
points of higher intensity appeared scat- 
tered along the ridges. 

It has been mentioned in literature that 
amorphous powders are, on the whole, 
superior to crystalline powders. With this 
in mind, a variation was attempted which 
has proved to be very successful. 

One part of crystalline iodine is mixed 
with two parts of fine chalk and reduced 
with mortar and pestle to a flour-like pou 
dcr. The powder is then applied in the 
same manner as conventional finger print 
powders. Where oil is present the ridges 
appear immediately and seem to stand out 
from the background with greater contrast 
than that obtained from the standard fum- 
ing precedure. The pattern thus produced 
will also remain visible for a greater 
length of time. See Figures I and 2. 




Figure I. These two sets of latent prints were fumed (left) and iodine dusted (right) im- 
mediately before photography. The good detail and excellent contrast of the dusting method 
can be readily observed. 



■ik. 



Figure 2. The same prints shown in Figure 1 were here photographed 45 minutes later. The 
dusted impressions remain readily visible, while the fumed prints are very pale and difficult 
to see. 



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February-March, 1 9.^ S 



One of the disadvantages of iodine 
fumed prints is the fact that the sublima- 
tion of the iodine causes the prints to dis- 
appear rapidly. As a result, methods of 
preservation have been developed. Among 
these methods are: (1) Immediate pho- 
tography. One problem here is that the 
actual print cannot be presented as the 
best evidence. (2) Sandwiching the fumed 
print between sealed glass plates. In this 
case the problem is that fading still occurs, 
although it is retarded. (3) The use of a 
spray containing a soluble starch. This 
method depends upon the formation of a 
purplish starch-iodine complex. In apply- 
ing such a spray, it is often difficult to ob- 
tain results which are smooth and unmar- 
red by water droplets. 

Three methods of fixation have been 
developed in our laboratory. All three are 
easily applied, produce undistorted results, 
and have been found to be capable of re- 
maining visible for many months. 
Moist Breath 

The first method is the simplest and 
may be applied in most cases when the 
print has been developed on paper. Since 
many paper products contain starch as a 
sizing or finishing material, it may only be 
necessary to place the fumed print close 
to the mouth and exhale the moist breath. 
The print will immediately darken to a 
purplish color as the moistened starch 
combines with the iodine. Good contrast 
is obtained on light surfaces; the print is 
not distorted; and the print will remain 
for at least six months. See Figure 3. 
(Co)Uinued on page 21 ) 



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The number of pedestrians killed in 
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1937, reports the California State Auto- 
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Figure 3. Breath fixed prints. The simple technique of breath fixing results in prints of good 
contrast and excellent durability. It can be used with fumed or iodine dusted impressions. 
Latents fixed in this manner will last at least six months and probably longer. 



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EFFICIENT POLICE "KINGS" OF KING CITY. Here are the men who keep law and order in King City, Calif., under the able direction of 
Chief Phil G. Crocker. They operate two patrol cars with 3-way radio, and a three wheel bike for traffic control. Left to right are Richard 
Martinez, Bob Hall, Richard York, Chief Crocker, Sgt. Albert Howerton and Albert Andrade. The Chief entered law enforcement work in 
Pacific Grove in 1924 with the PGPD, served in the Sheriff's office in Salinas as Juvenile officer and Chief Criminal Deputy, and joined the 
King City force two years ago. 



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Febriiary-Alarch, 19^8 



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THUGS FOILED 

Two armed thugs overpowered a watch- 
man at the One Eleven Sutter Building, 
San Francisco, and attempted to ransack 
the offices in the twenty-two story sky- 
scraper late last year. Their efforts failed 
when police trapped them after Central 
Station operators investigated the watch- 
man's failure to turn in his scheduled re- 
porting signal. 

The watchman, Alex Neff, 64, said the 
two men, Kenneth Warner, 52, and Mil- 
lard Patterson, 35, pulled guns on him 
when he admitted them to the lobby after 
they rang the night bell. 

Neff told police they took his keys, 
locked him in a closet and started to loot 
offices in the building. 

ADT Guard Richard Nicol, dispatched 
to investigate the watchman's failure to 
report on schedule, saw two men, each 
holding a gun, coming down the stairs. 
He telephoned police. 

Searching through the basement, Of- 
ficers William Ninnis and Gerald D'Arcy 
opened the door to a walk-in refrigerator 
and came face-to-face with the thugs, their 
guns still drawn. 

Patrolman D'Arcy slammed the door on 
the trapped men and called for reinforce- 
ments. The pair surrendered, unarmed, 
when police threw open the door and or- 
dered them out. 

Police found a .32-caliber pistol buried 
in a lettuce bin and another gun at the 
bottom of a pickle barrel, according to 
The ADT Transmitter. 

Passenger cars account for more than 
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HANDWRITING AND SEX CRIME 



Sex problems that may cause crime can 
[and thought-provoking conclusion of the 
iofHcia! teacher for the Symposiums of the 

I When a known sex offender is released 
•to mingle with society, he should not be a 
ipotential repeater, but how will the offi- 

tcers know? 
Is he recjuested to submit a page of his 
handwriting before being released? Tech- 
'nicilities might prevent his being held 
ilonger, but a page of his handwriting 
would give a graphic picture of his 
jthought pattern, his physical habits and 
his personality traits. The officers would 
know what to expect. 

Handwriting will show if the sex 
offense w.is primary or secondary. 
Shows Tension 

Many people have sex problems caused 
from various conditions and the writing 
will show it, but not all sex problems are 
of a criminal nature. 

Look at the circular structures in Speci- 
men No. 1. There is a tucked-in hook or 
loop in the "a ", "d " and "c ". He is tuck- 
ing in sex thoughts to keep them hidden 
from the world. There is an absence of 
dirt in this writing, showing the writer 
would not have dirty ideas about sex. 

The lower loop on the "g" and the "y" 
has a very heavy down stroke indicating 
a strong sex drive, but the upstroke is 
much lighter, showing the sex drive to be 
under control. Downstrokes reflect the 
physical and the upstrokes reflect the men- 
tal. 

The upper loop on the "h" and the "I " 
are well proportioned indicating a well 
balanced or healthy attitude toward philos- 
ophy and religion. 

Has a Sex Problem 

This writer does have a sex problem, 
but the sex drive is under control, the 
writing is free from dirt, and he has a 
well rounded philosophy ... an indivi- 
dual who would not commit a sex offense. 



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be detected in the handwriting of the known sex offender is the highly interesting 
San Francisco scriptologist whose article is printed here. She is Kay Walley, the 
Handwriting Analysis Institute. Here is her article: 



^ PwX-O^UAfl^W^ VUl . I. 



Q<M.o^ G^ 



G^ 



UulujJl yisX^ 




(3_ 



No. 2 is much different although there 
are the same indications of a sex problem, 
but the writing is dirty and pasty looking. 
In many places there is a complete inking 
in. The lower loops have the same weight 
on the upstroke as the down stroke, re- 
vealing a strong sex drive without con- 
trol. The loops on the "k" and "I's" are 
closed or quite narrow which means ideals 
and philosophy views are very restricted. 



YUkon 2-5085 

International 
Harvester Company 

Motor Truck Division 

610 Brannan Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



GArfield 1-4866 

Bank of Canton 

• 

555 Montgomery Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 




I-DON'-NO 

cc Wines & Beer — Steam Be 
Turkey & Ham Sandwichei 
WALLY — AL 



UNderhill 1 5384 
4146 18TH STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



" JEANETTE'S" 

KOSHER STYLE RESTAURANT 

Gefille Kishke— GefiHe Fish— Malzo Balls 
Kreplech — Blintzes — Chopped Liver 

Take Home Orders — Catering to Parties 
OPEN EVERY DAY Dinner 9 P.M. 

WAlnut 1-0720 
1426 TURK STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



VICENZA LIQUORS 

TOP QUALITY LIQUORS 

FINE WINE 

Domestic and Imported 

DElaware 35528 
4620 MISSION STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALlFORNI.\ 



UNITED TRANSPORTATION CO. 

sutler 1-6606 

—PIER 14— 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

Mission 7 9099 

WILLEE'S CLUB 

BEST SANDWICHES IN TOWN 
COCKTAILS 

Doris M. Adams and Wilma B. Frederick 

Co-Owners 

Gene Butler. Bartender 

I 101 VALENCIA STREET. Corner 22ND ST. 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



?e 12 



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Fehrii^ry-Ahirch, 19^S 



The "o's" are double looped, showing 
a writer who will be very deceitful. 

These mental processes alone indicate 
a person capable of a sex crime. 
Reshntment Hhre 

The firm stroke before the word "and" 
is resentment. He looks for and expects 
trouble. The cross bar on the "t" is made 
after the "t " indicating temper, and the 
bars are also pointed showing sarcasm. 
They are low on the stem indicating the 
writer is "in the dumps" with little regard 
for his own ability. 

Two of the lower loops are triangles 
indicating he will use every angle to get 
what he wants, and it is also a stroke com- 
bination showing cruelty. 

This individual is capable of a sex 



crime. Now think of the various traits in- 
dicated, add them together. What type of 
individual do you think he would be, and 
what type of crime would he be capable 
of committing? If narcotics or alcohol 
(also shown in writing) played a part, the 
brutality of the crime would be worse. 

There are many other combinations 
which can spell a sex crime, but the basic 
is always: 1. Indications of a sex problem, 
2. Uncontrolled sex drive, 3. Dirty writ- 
ing, 4. A restricted philosophy. All other 
negative traits contribute to the force of 
the basic problem. 

When the science of handwriting anal- 
ysis is utilized, many newspaper accounts 
will not end with, "He has a previous 
record of a sex offense." 



PX-CAAMJUO W) 2,. 



^mX ^J^^ i(rhy ^ ^"^^ 



JACK FROST 
SUPPLY COMPANY. INC. 

BEAUTY SUPPLIES AND SUNDRIES 



ORdway 3-7362 
721 LARKIN STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



Marine Memorial Association 



OR 3.5672 
609 SUTTER STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Pope & Talbot, Inc. 

Lumber and Shipping 

• 

DO 2-2561 

320 california 
San Francisco, Calif. 



Clare McLinden 

(Widow of Police Officer 

Richard A. McLinden) 

INVITES YOU TO 

THE FIRE FALLS 

The Newest and Most Modern 

Cocktail Lounge In the 

Taraval District 

• Back Bar Water Falls 

• Fireplace Cocktail Lounge 

Floyd Wright at the 
Conn Orchestral Organ 

The only installation of its kind in 
any cocktail lounge in Northern 
California. 

MOntrose 1-1088 

Corner 31st Avenue and 

Taraval Street 

San Francisco, Calif. 



AMERICAN 

EXPRESS 
COMPANY 

EX 2-1083 

253 Post Street 

San Francisco, Calif. 



ST. LUKE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

The Rev. Carl N. Tatnblyn, Rector 

VAN NESS OVENUE AT CLAY STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



TOULOUSE LAUNDRY 

French Laundry and Dry Cleaning 
Experts on Textile Maintenance 



Pho 



MOntrose 4- 1634 



821 - 829 LINCOLN WAY 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



AL'S TELEVISION 

INSTALLATION :-: SERVICE 
Day and Night 

MOntrose 4-2241 

1939 LAWTON STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



SNACK & BOTTLE SHOP 

Phone JU 6-5046 

644 PERSIA AVENUE 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Reynold C. 
Johnson Co. 

VOLKESWAGEN 

Distributor for 

Northern California 

Western Nevada and Utah 

PRospect 6-0880 

1600 Van Ness Avenue 
San Francisco, Calif. 



Febrmtry-MMih, I9.'>S POLICE AND PliACE Ol-FICHRS' JOURNAL Page 13 

DAY IN COURT 

(These arc actual lourt decisions, selected Ironi radio broadcasts of "POINT OI" LAW," and condensed to capsule form. The 
show is heard Monday through Saturday on KCBS, San Francisco; Monday through Friday on KNX, Los Angeles; KFSD, San 
Diego; KGEF, Bakerstield; KICO, El Ccntro; KIEM, EurcLi; KIST, Santa Barbara; KFRE, Fresno; KCMJ, Palm Springs; 
KREO, Indio. Clayrc (So Michel Lipman of San Francisco are the authors.) 

IS A SHERIFF PERSONALLY property, and its seizure was proper under 

RESPONSIBLE FOR AN the statute. (CASE OF THE FORFEITED 



IMPROPER SHOOTING BY ONE 
OF HIS DEPUTIES 

Yes, declared a Louisiana court. Here 
the victim was making an eflfort to give 
himself up. He was under a bright light 
with his hands raised, when the deputy 
tired. The court said this was clearly an 
improper performance of a legal act. And 
in such cases, the sheriff himself is re- 
sponsible, even though he did not per- 
sonally participate in the act. (CASE OF 
THE DOUBTFUL DEPUTE', based on 
Jackson vs Steen, 92 So2d 280.) 

MAY AN ATTORNEY ASK THE 
COURTS FOR A NEW TRIAL 
WHILE HIS ALREADY CON- 
VICTED CLIENT IS A FUGITIVE 
FROM JUSTICE.' 
No, said the Indiana Supreme Court. 
He cannot seek a favorable ruling where 
he has everything to gain and nothing to 
lose. He says in effect, "give me what I 
ask, and then perhaps I'll surrender. But 
deny what I ask, and I'll remain in hid- 
ing." Courts will not bargain with a con- 
victed person under these circumstances. 
Regardless of the motion's merits, it must 
be denied. (CASE OF THE CONVINC- 
ING CLIENT, Irvin vs State, 1.^9 NE2d 
898.) 

MAY A GAMBLER RECLAIM HIS 

MONEY WHICH HAS BEEN 

SEIZED BY THE POLICE? 

i Not in Massachusetts, a court there de- 
icided. Officers entered a common gam- 
i bling house with a search warrant. No one 
'was actually caught gambling, but the 
'equipment was there. This in itself was 
unlawful. The money was part of this 



BUENA VISTA 

GRavstone 4-5044 



Foot of Hyde Street 

Overlooking the Golden Gate 

San Francisco, Calif. 



l-ORTUNE, C;ommonwealth vs Alleged 
Gaming Apparatus, 1 39 NE2d 71"). ) 
IS A CONSPIRATOR GUILTY OF 
MURDER IF, QUITE ACCIDEN- 
TALLY, HIS CONFEDERATE IS 
KILLED WHILE COMMITTING 
THE FELONY THEY PLANNED? 
Yes, said the Montana Supreme Court. 
In this interesting case, the accused hired 
another to burn down his poolroom for the 
insurance. The gasoline ignited prema- 
turely, fatally burning the man. The court 
said that the accused put the wheels in 
motion and is responsible for every re- 
sult, whether he wished for them or not. 
(CASE OF THE FATAL FIRE, State vs 
Morran, .306 Pac2d 679.) 

CAN A CURFEW LAW BE 

PROPERLY ENFORCED IF IT 

PROHIBITS YOUNG PEOPLE 

FROM BEING ON THE STREET 

AFTER A CERTAIN HOUR FOR 

ANY REASON WHATEVER? 

Amalgamated Meat Cutters and 

Butchers Workmen of North 

America — Local 115 

MArket 1-2460 

3012 SIXTEENTH STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



CAREW & ENGLISH 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS 

Fl 6. 2414 
350 MASONIC STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



ENTERPRISE ENGINE & 
MACHINERY CO. 

A SUBSIDIARY OF GENERAL METALS CORP. 



Ml 7. 0862 
I8TH AND FLORIDA 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



BANK OF CANTON 

CA 14886 
5SS MONTGOMERY STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



No, said a California court. Here the 
t ity ordinance prohibited any minor under 
17 to be in or on any public street or place 
after ten p.m., unless with their parents or 
on business. True, the ordinance prevents 
aimless loitering. But it also stops minors 
from going to night cla.sses, libraries, 
games, or other lawful activities. Legal 
rights and innocent activities cannot be 
completely taken away under the guise ot 
police powers. The ordinance is uncon- 
stitutional. (CASE OF THE QUESTION- 
ED CURFEW, Alves vs Justices Court, 
306 P.K2d 601.) 

CAN THE CRIME OF FORGERY 

BE INFERRED FROM THE CRIME 

OF ASSAULT? 

KWONG JOW SAUSAGE 
MANUFACTURING CO. 

The Best Chinese Sausa<e in Chinatown 

Phones: EX 7-2562. EX 7-2563 

1157 GRANT AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



SCOTT-ATWATER CALIFORNIA 
COMPANY 

ATwater 8-6643 



650 POTRERO AVENUE 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



STOP & SAVE MARKET 



KLondike 2-3026 

1343 HAICHT STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



KANG'S MARKET 

Jordan 7-9684 

1971 FILLMORE STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



Compliments of 

THE NATIONAL 
CASH REGISTER CO. 



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Febriim-y-Miirch, I 'J'' 8 



SUPER MACHINE WORKS, INC. 

KLondike 2-2625 
lOSO NATOMA STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

UNITED TOWING COMPANY 

suiter 1-6606 
PIER 14 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

LACHMAN BROS. 

HEmlock 1-3300 
MISSION AT 16TH STREETS 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

V. J. TOVATT CO. 

1188 HARRISON STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

PACIFIC FELT CO. 

MUsien 7-0111 
710 YORK 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

GANTNER-FELDER-KEMNY 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS 

HE 1-0131 

19SS MARKET STREET 

at Dubace Avenue 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

SWANSON'S RESIDENCE CLUB 

Studio Type Rooms — Singles — Doubles 

PR S-1522 

860 SUTTER ALSO 851 CALIFORNIA STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



ERKSON'S CHEVRON SERVICE 



4801 MISSION STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



No, said an Indiana court. Here the 
accused got in a fight with his victim; 
knocked him down. He had one dollar in 
his pocket; the victim a hundred dollars. 
The arresting officer thought he was bend- 
ing over to take his wallet. However, the 
court held a man's liberty may not be taken 
away through mere suspicion, guess, or 
conjecture. He was guilty of simple as- 
sault, but there was no evidence to war- 
rant the charge of attempted robbery. 
(CASE OF THE VENTRILOQUISTS 
VICTIM, Durbin vs State, 104 NE2d, 
510.) 



YOUR DRIVING 

The new cars will be safer than ever 
before, but there's one factor the automo- 
bile manufacturers can't improve — your 
driving. Remember, says the California 
State Automobile Association, it's the man 
behind the wheel who determines wheth- 
er a car is really safe or not. 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



Telephone Mission 7-1581 

GREETINGS 

VALLEY MOTOR LINES. INC. 

EXPRESS COMPANY 

ARTHUR AND QUINT STREETS 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

GArfield 1-95 13 

TAD'S STEAKS 

II :30 - 8:00 P.M. 
Nrw York St-ak - Baked Idaho Potato 

Garlic French Roll 

Chef Salad Bowl, Roquefort Dressing 

All for $1.09 

Closed Sundays and Holidays 

120 POWELL CTREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



WILLIAM R. STAATS & CO. 

MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 

sutler 1-7500 

1 I I SUTTER STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

Compliments of 

WHEEL INDUSTRIES. NIC. 

MArket 1-2717 

2 700 SIXTEENTH STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



STAR OF THE SEA 

FATHER CLOUTIER 

SK 1-0450 
4420 GEARY BOULEVARD 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

NEW PROCESS CHEMICAL 
CO., INC. 

TRICON CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 

EX 2-0317 
121 CLAY STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



THOMAS CATERING SERVICE 

LO 4-2630 

1674 EIGHTH AVENUE 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

PHILLIPINE AMERICAN TRAVEL 
AGENCY, INC. 

Air and Sea Transportation 
FREIGHT FORWARDERS 



YU 6-5979 
386 GEARY STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA" 



JOHN'S FLYING A SERVICE 

TIRES • BATTERIES 
WASHING «c POLISHING 
Safety Check Lubrication 

SK 1-1656 

4301 CALIFORNIA STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

PEREZ BROS. 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

New Homes and Remodeling 



VA 4-6383 
2904 - 23RD STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA- 



PAUL G. deALVA & ASSOCIATES! 



EX 2-0729 
260 KEARNY STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

TERRY A. FRANCOIS 

WE 1-0127 

2085 SUTTER STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



l,,'>iuiry-M,irch, 19''8 



POLICE AND PKACn Ol TIGERS JOURNAL 



Page 15 



TRANS-SIERRA FREEWAYS 



I-ive major t'rceway toiistruction proj- 
ects on the trans-Sierra portion of US 40, 
totaling 36 miles in length and estimated 
to tost Si-i/iSO.OOO, are contained in the 
state highway budget for the 19''8-'iy Fis- 
cal Year submitted to Governor Goodwin 
J. Knight by the California Highway 
Commission. 

The five major trans-Sierra projects 
budgeted will connect with and extend 
freeway work now under contract on US 
40 in Placer, Nevada and Sierra Counties 
involving four contracts totaling 20 miles 
of highway and an aggregate construction 
cost of approximately Sl'i,900,000. 

When both the projects now under con- 
struction and those newly budgeted have 
been completed, there will be a total of 
about 83 miles of freeway or expressway 
in operation on the U 7-mile length ot 
US 40 between S.uramento and the Ne- 
vada state line it was pointed out by State 
Director of Public Works Frank B. Dur- 
kec. Chairman of the Highway Commis- 
sion. 

On Interstati: System 

This multilane divided mileage will in- 
clude "^6 continuous miles of freeway and 
expressway between Sacramento and east 
of Gold Run, and nearly 21 continuous 
miles between the east end of Donner Lake 
and the Nevada line. The remaining six 
miles of freeway will be slightly west of 
Donner Summit, between Hampshire 
■Rocks and Soda Springs. 

Durkee explained that US 40 is a por- 
tion of the national system of interstate 
highways and that the present emphasis 
on its development as a freeway is in line 
with the goals of the accelerated national 
program. He also noted that projects in- 
cluded in the 1958-59 Budget are in- 
tended, weather permitting, to be opened 
to traffic by the end of 1959, in time for 
the winter Olympic games scheduled for 
Squaw Valley in February, I960. 

One of the five projects on US 40 con- 
tained in the new state highway budget, 
four are being financed only in part in the 
1958-59 Fiscal Year. In these cases the 



contracts for the entire project will be 
awarded at one time, however, with the 
remaining cost to be charged against the 
budget for the succeeding fiscal year. This 
method of getting large-scale projects 
started without tying up large amounts 
of highway funds is being used in the 
19S8-'iy Budget for the first time. 

National Electric 
Supply Co. 

"Wholesale Electric Supplies" 

Liberty 5-3953 

1 1 - 4th Street 

SANTA ROSA, CALIF. 

LY 1-0743 

1 377 Old County Road 

SAN CARLOS, CALIF. 

HE 1-8529 

l4th & Harrison Streets 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 






Polyclinic Hospital 

A GENERAL HOSPITAL 

WITH ALL FACILITIES 

Out Patient Department, 

Emergency Medical and 

Surgical Treatment 

Dr. Dye 

DAY AND NIGHT 

PR 6-6208 

1055 Pine Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



D I N O ' S 

PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 



JU 7-2032 

4601 MISSION stree:t 




LAST OF THE i\T\ MARSH.ALSI Here is 
Bill Sandlin, last City Marshal in California 
voted out of his (xist in Point Arena earlv 
this year. (See letters to the editor, page 41.) 



CALIFORNIA STEVEDORE & 
BALLAST CO. 

sutler 1-6737 
160 FOLSOM STREET 



SAN ERANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

JOHN W. BUSSEY 

ATTORNEY AT LAW 

JOrdan 7-80S4 — JOrdan 7-80SS 
1802 FILLMORE STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

FELTON STREET GROCERY 



JU 7-2S64 
1727 FELTON STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 




SAN FRANCISCO 




Four or more lanes divided 

^^S COUPLCTEO ■ 

^^ UNDCR CONSTRUCTION ^ 
' . i BUOGCTCO 

OCT. 25, i9iT 



pe 16 



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rebriuiry-Munh, 1938 



BANNER FORD 

FORD SALES & SERVICE 



"You Always Get a Banner Deal 
At Banner Ford" 



GR 4-4373 

1601 Van Ness Avenue 
San Francisco, Calif. 



MArket 1-0545 

New Method 
Laundry 

407 Sanchez Street 
San Francisco, California 



National Electric 
Supply Co. 

"Wholesale Ele:trtc Supplies" 

1 1 - 4th Street, Santa Rosa, Calif. 
LI 5-3953 

1377 Old County Rd., San Carlos, 
Calif., LY 1-0743 

l4th and Harrison Streets, 
San Francisco, Calif., HE 1-8329 



36 YEARS TO TRAFFIC SAFETY 

The Police & Peace Officers' Journal celebrates its 36th Anniversary in 
1958 — more than three decades of devotion to the chronicling of police acti- 
vities and to traffic safety. 

The editor and staff tender a hearty "well-done " to the thousands of dedi- 
cated men and women in uniform who have fought crime and the cause of traffic 
safety during these years. 

It was in November of 1922 that the magazine was first launched. At that 
time it was the official publication of the S. F. Police Department and was edited 
by the late Opie Warner, former police reporter and friend and confidant of 
nearly every officer on the force. 

During our years of faithful Reporting of subjects near and dear to the law 
enforcement officer's heart, no subject has been as important as traffic safety. 

On its Anniversary Year, rest assured the Journal will continue to bring 
you any and all developments in the all-important field of traffic safety. 

The Editor 



She is always standing there 
At the corner of the square; 
She is very big and fine 
And her silver buttons shine. 
All the cars and taxis do 
Everything she tells them to, 
And the little errand boys 
When they pass her make no noise. 



Though I seem so very small 

I am not afraid at all; 

She and I are friends, you see 

And she always smiles at me. 

Once I wasn't very good 

Rather near to where she stood. 

But she never said a word 

Though I'm sure she must have heard. 



("The Policewoman" was written by Alice Diochea, age 12, of Los Banos, 
California, for Los Banos Juvenile Officer Jacqueline Lief last Christmas. ) 



Phone CHerry 3-6280 

[NDUSTR3AL GRINDING SERVICE 

Harold Gehrke 

1163 RICHARDS AVENUE 
S.\NTA CLARA CALIFORNIA 



SUTRO & CO. 



EXbiook 2-0900— ENterprise 9917 

460 MONTGOMERY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Compliments of 
DAMES AND MOORE 

DO 2-6507 
340 MARKET STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

KINDLER LAUCCI & DAY 

INSURANCE BROKERS 
SURETY BONDS 

244 CALIFORNIA STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES — PHOENIX 



Compliments of 

JAPAN TRADE CENTER 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 



DR. R. F. BEAUCHAMP 



Crest Delicatessen and Liqueurs 

COFFEE SHOP 



GRaystone 4-9130 

964 MARKET STREET 



PRospect 6-1200 

900 SUTTER STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



JOHN'S FLYING A SERVICE 

Tires-Batteries-Washing & Polishing 
SAFETY CHECK LUBRICATION 

S & H GREEN STAMPS 

SKyline I-16S6 

4301 CALIFORNIA STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

Gone Bros, and Lane, Inc. 

EXbrook 2-4026 

715 BRYANT STREET 



Compliments of a 
FRIEND 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



FfhriiiiryMdnh. WiS 



poLir.n AND PHAcr. oiticers' journal 



Page 17 




SMILES THAT MAKl L -■> llAPP'l ; Here [he jiiMnlccrs remind m)u of iliat World War 1 diiiy as ihey receive 5.25 Government Bonds from 
the Joi rnal's shooting writer. Left to right J. Ross Dunnigan, substituting for Joiirnal Editor Erit CuUenward then in Australia, presents 
winners Sergeant Clifford J. Smith and Inspector Ed Preston with their awards. 



Following the Police Journal tradi- 
tion, six sharpshooting San Francisco Po- 
lice Department pistoleers were presented 
with individual $25 Government bonds 
for their victories in the 1957 range com- 
petition. Each year, the magazine rewards 
the top men in various classes for their 
marksmanship. 

Inspector Edward Preston repeated his 
1955 victory and was again department 
champ, firing a grand aggregate total of 
583. 



JOHNSON MORTGAGE CO. 

KOSS JOHNSON 

sutler 1-2990 

NUMBER 9 SUTTER STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Aggregate individual winner in the 
Master class who received a bond was 
Eugene Caldwell, and Clif Smith won the 
Expert prize with a 521. Sgt. Smith has 
been detailed at the pistol range for the 
past 9 years and has a chance to sharpen 
his eye, according to Ross Dunnigan. 

Traffic officer Henry Kind garnered a 
bond in the Sharpsooter class with a 501 
(not 502) and Sgt. Lorraine Eckhardt of 
Ingleside won a Journal bond with his 
-461 in the Marksman class. 

MISSION PRESCRIPTION 
PHARMACY 

PROMPT FREE DELIVERY 

UN 11518 
18TH & GUERRERO STREETS 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



The last award was taken by Frank Mc- 
Farland of Central with a 418 in the 
Marksman 2nd class. 

The Journal presents the bonds each 



SILVER CREST RESTAURANT 

BAR AND GRILL 

Mis 



8-9954 
340 BAYSHORE 

SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



THE RATHSKELLER 

Famous German Restaurant and Bar 
LUNCHEON • DINNER 

PRosp.-ct 5-3 188 
POLK AND TURK STREETS 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



ORPHEUM SANDWICH SHOP 

F'AUL PEZAS. Prop. 



1194 MARKET STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



THE GUITAR 

Your Hosts. MARCELO AND MARIA 

The Truly Grig nal Mexican Food 

WE SLRVE MF.XICAN BEER 

GRaystone 4-4312 

449 MASON STREET, Near Jones 
SAN FR.XNCISCO CALIFORNIA 



South Van Ness Grocery Store 

MArket 1-9229 

601 SOUTH VAN NESS AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



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Fehrudiy-Miirh, W.'^d 



GANTNER-FELOER-KENNY 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS 

HEmlock l-0:3l 
1965 MARKET STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



GEORGE P. SCHMITT 

PLUMBING & HEATING CONTRACTOR 

ALL TYPES 

Furnaces and Heating Equipment 

ATwater 2-3646 
3281 MISSION STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



SCHIRMER STEVEDORING CO. 

YUkon 2-4S00 

55 SACRAMENTO STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

MARR'S SUPER MARKET 

WINE — BEER — FROZEN FOODS 
FRESH MEATS — FISH & POULTRY 

Mission 8-9924 — ATwater 8-381 I 
1318 FITZGERALD AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

AL AND GEORGE 

LUCKY CLUB 

SK 1-2240 
1898 HAIGHT STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



J. S. MARGOLIASH. D.D.S. 

Telephone GArfield 1-0823 

708 Elkan Gunst Building 
323 GEARY STREET 



year as a tribute to the men who spend 
hours on the range perfecting their eye 
and hands to handle the revolver, a prime 
tool of the police officer's trade, and hope 
the publicity and token award mean 
achievement recognized and rewarded. 



SALARIES HIGHER 

Cities are hiring policemen and firemen 
and paying them higher salaries, the Inter- 
national City Manager's Association re- 
ports in the 1957 Municipal Year Book. 

Year Book tabulations show that newly- 
hired firemen are paid on the average 
from $40 to $261 per year more than re- 
cruits were paid in 1956 (depending on 
the city's size). Police recruits earn an 
average of $51 to $326 more per year 
than the year before. 

Maximum salaries also rose, currently 
averaging $5220 for policemen and fire- 
men in cities over 500,000, tapering down 
to $4,000 maximum for policemen and 
$3960 for firemen in cities of 10,000- 
25,000. 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CAR POPULATION 

There are almost twice as many cars 
registered in metropolitan Los Angeles 
as in all the countries in South America, 
reports the California State Automobile 
Association. 

ORdway 3-4884 

SHAWMUT HOTEL 

"YOUR DOWNTOWN HOME" 

516 OFARRELL STREET 

Corner Jones Street 

J. S. Piatt. Manager 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

Phone: DOuglas 2-4925 

DR. J. M. WHITE 

PHYSICIAN - SURGEON - OSTEOPATH 
Located at San Francisco Laboratories 

Suite 816 DeYoung Building 
Market and Kearny Street 

690 MARKET STREET 



CALIFORNIA sAN FRANCISCO 



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MISSION BATTERY SERVICE 

RENTALS AND REPAIRS 

EXIDE BATTERIES 

Mission 8-6512 
3349 MISSION STREET 



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COURTESY LIQUOR STORE 

ON FISHERMAN'S WHARF 

Gifts - Novelties - Souvenirs 
Retail Liquors & Wines— Wholesale & Retail 

FRANK AND ANN ALLIOTO 

Phone PR 6-3971 
281 JEFFERSON STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



HOTEL DE ESPANA 

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RESTAURANT - BAR IN CONNECTION 

Fermin Huarte. Proprietor 
Headquarters for Wool Sheep Cattlemen 

Telephone GArfield 1-9315 
781 - 785 BROADWAY 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



KINKADE BRAKE SERVICE 



HE 1-1234 
241 TENTH STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



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tided by R. T. Crane 185 5 

CRANE CO. 

SUtter 1-3900 



301 BRANNAN STREET 



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CALIFORNIA 



YUkon 2-7150 



St. Francis Pie Shop, Inc. 



Phone sutler 1-5767 
50 RITCH STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



LEMASNEY BROS. CO. 

UPHOLSTERING — REFINISHING 

ATwater 2-8477 
3745 MISSION STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



AIR FRANCE 

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SAN FRANCISCO 



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Page 19 



EASTER SEALS HELPED OFFICER 



It's a real life scene, ever familiar, ever 
appealing — a gay, boisterous mob of 
Sihool-bound moppets being shepherded 
across a busy intersection by a friendly 
protective policeman. 

It's a picture that best illustrates one of 
the functions of the police officer — his 
work in accident prevention — that makes 
him so im[X)rtant. 

But accidents do happen, despite the po- 
liceman. What's more, they can happen in 
the police officer's own home — and to his 
own child. 

A currently active case being handled 
by the California Society for Crippled 
Children and Adults involves Officer 
Thomas Rusick, a member of the police 
force in a medium-sized central California 
town. 

What happened to Officer Rusick's in- 
fant son is the story of anguish, sorrow 
and expense that an accident can bring 
upon a family. It's also the story of how 
a despairing family can be heped by a 
voluntary health and welfare agency fi- 
nanced by public contributions. 

Baby Injured 

Officer Rusick's happiness and pride in 
becoming the father of a healthy, good- 
looking baby boy turned into a nightmare. 
When baby Randy Rusick was 13 months 
old, he fell from his high chair, his head 
banging with sickening intensity against 
the corner of a washing machine. 

The medical diagnosis was a hard one 
for the Rusick's to take, even though they 
were assured Randy would live. He had 
suffered a brain hemorrhage. And it be- 
came obvious that he now couldn't see 
very well and that there was some paraly- 
sis along the right side of his body, in- 
cluding arm, hand and leg. 

There was even further cause for con- 
cern. Early during Randy's stay in the hos- 
pital, the nurses found and the doctors 

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SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 





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confirmed another aftermath of the dam- 
age done his brain. He was no longer his 
good-natured self. He became the "prob- 
lem child" of the hospital ward. 

The psychiatrists concluded that Randy 
was in "a deeply disturbed and aggressive 
emotional state " and held out little hope 
for improvement. They found that he no 
longer had any concept of pain or fear. 
He would repeatedly fall, bruise or cut 
himself and pay no attention to his 
wounds — and never cry because he 
couldn't. 

COMPLIMENTS 

PHILLIPS-VAN ORDEN CO. 

GArfield 13 I 01 

FOURTH AND BERRY STREETS 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



THE SPERRY AND 
HUTCHINSON CO. 

llEmlock I 2742 



Favorable Reports 

However, there were two favorable no- 
tations in these medical reports. One re- 
ferred to Randy's unimpaired memory, the 



CLAFFEY & ROTA 
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Service 

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A. S. HOLMES & 
SON, INC. 

General Contractors 



LOckhaven 9-6425 

9300 "G" STREET 

OAKLAND 

CALIFORNIA 



Gilmore - Skoubye 

Steel Contractors 

F. L. Skoubye, Mgr. 

8275 San Leandro Street 
Oakland, California 

TR 2-3173 



Howard Sober, Inc. 

35 Years Specialized Experience in 

Highway Transportation of 

Motor Vehicles 

T.W.X. Teletype OA-192 
NE 2-8245 

8220 Baldwin 
Oakland, California 



other to his ability to talk. To Officer 
Rusick and his wife these seemed to be 
more than straws on which to float their 
hopes. 

They staked their life savings on a brain 
operation in a San Francisco hospital. And 
three years later, they borrowed from rela- 
tives and friends for a second operation, 
this time calling in a renowned specialist 
from New York. 

The expensive operations may have 
kept Randy from getting worse, but there 
was no clear evidence that they had im- 
proved his sight, mobility or behavior. 
When the Rusicks, broke but still not 
broken, sought further medical care, they 
were told frankly that all that could be 
done by surgery had been done. 

Randy is now several years beyond the 
age when children normally start going to 
school, but he has never been in a regular 
classroom. The public school authorities 
believe he is too handicapped physically 
and too disturbed emotionally to fit into 
a normal school program. 

So a little over a year ago, Randy was 
sent to a residential school for slow-learn- 
ing children where an attempt is made to 
give some sort of education along with 
psychiatric care and treatment. After three 
months, however, he was sent home. His 
I.Q. — which turned out to be a surprising 
118 — was too high and made him a mis- 
fit among the other child patients, all of 
whom had I.Q.'s far below Randy's. 

Behavior Improved 
The Rusicks were happy to learn of 
their son's mental potential. They were 
also encouraged by signs that Randy's be- 
havior had improved. He seemed calmer, 
less violent in venting aggressive impulses. 

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SACRAMENTO 

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ANDERSON FINANCE COMPANY 

GL 2-3193 

325 FOURTEENTH STREET 

OAKLAND CALIFORNIA 

PEERLESS 
LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING 

OLympic 2-7000 
4701 GROVE STREET 

OAKLAND CALIFORNIA 



Fehrutiry-Miirch, 1958 



AGRICULTURAL 
SPRAYS and DUSTS 

Niagra Chemical 
Division 

FOOD 

MACHINERY & 

CHEMICAL 

CORP. 



RICHMOND 
CALIFORNIA 



Albany Mill & 
Lumber Co. 

Lumber — Building Materials 

Millivork 

WiLLARD Lee 

LAndscape 5-8235 
Office and Yard 

5620 Central Avenue 
Richmond, California 



Food Machinery 
& Chemical 
Corporation 

Niagara Chemical Division 



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AND DUSTS 



Richmond, California 



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"THE HOUSE OF GOOD SPIRITS" 

COSTA'S LIQUORS 

An oxcclleni selection of liquors, wines and beer 
OPKN DAIL.^ (> AM ro 2 AM 

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OAKLAND CALIIORNIA 

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OAKLAND CALIIORNIA 



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OAKLAND CALIFORNIA 



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SAUSAGE — CORNED BEEF 

TENTH STREET MARKET 

OAKLAND CALIFORNIA 



KEN WILSON CO. 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 

LOckhaven 9.4188 

6021 FOOTHILL BOULEVARD 

OAKLAND CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

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OAKLAND CALIFORNIA 



CLe 



rt 2-0962 



Telegraph Window & Building 
Maintenance Co. 

Janitor Work of Every Description 

FRANK GF.LSO 

S960 ROMANY ROAD 

OAKLAND CALIFORNIA 



But the local school system still did not 
tind him suitable for "normal classroom 
mcmhcrship, " and it could not provide a 
home teacher. The Rusicks were similar- 
ly stymied elsewhere. 

I'or example, Randy was ineligible lor 
a school t\)r the blinci because he is only 
partially blind. And he could not be 
placed in an institution for mentally de- 
ficient children because, clearly, his mind 
w.is not retarded. 

I'inally, understandably bitter and feel- 
ing that the world was against them, the 
Rusicks turned to an obscure private 
school in a distant part of the state, al- 
though they didn't know how they would 
be able to pay the high tuition and main- 
tenance rates. 

At the same time, they luckily heard of 
and went to an Easter Seal Society for 
crippled children in a neighboring town. 
The Society offered to investigate the pri- 
vate school and found that it was not a 
properly accredited institution. It also of- 
fered to have its state headcjuarters search 
out an educational facility for Randy that 
would measure up to the recjuired pro- 
fessional standards. 

Society Will Pay 

A happy ending was in sight for the 
Rusicks at the time this article was written. 
The California Society for Crippled Chil- 
dren and Adults was arranging Randy's 
enrollment in a properly licensed, properly 
staffed school for handicapped children — 
and the Easter Seal Society in the same city 
will pay for the therapy that Randy still 
needs. 

Officer and Mrs. Rusick learned that 
the Society has affiliates in 47 California 
counties which offer varied services to 
handicapped children whose needs cannot 
be met by other agencies. Like some 16,- 
000 other Californians who were helped 
by these societies last year, the Rusicks 
now know how money raised by the an- 
nual Eiister Seal campaign is used. They 
have volunteered to work for the cam- 
paign which started March 6 and con- 
tinues through Easter Sunday, April 6. 

DR. J. A. CAMPBELL 

DENTIST 

TE 2-4916 
1629 TELEGRAPH AVENUE 

OAKLAND CALIFORNIA 



ALPINE REST HOME 

YE S-SS60 

11S2 ALPINE ROAD 

WALNUT CREEK CALIFORNIA 



JOHN S. SLOAN - Insurance 

COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE 

Telephones: 

Office - LAndscape 5-4740 

Residence - LAndscape 6 2650 

1S3S SOLANO AVENUE 

BERKELEY CALIFORNIA 

930 - 2)rd Street BEacon 2-9708 



HERMAN'S RANCHO MARKET 

Groceries * Delicatessen " Meats 
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 



RK IIMOND 



ALII ORNIA 



CompUmenis of 

THE RICHMOND BAR 
ASSOCiATION 



DR. W. E. CUNNINGHAM 

312 - NINTH STREET 

RICHMOND CALIFORNIA 

Beck's Grocery & Signal Service 

BEER AND WINE 

Open 7 a.m. to I 1 p.m. 

Phone BEacon 4-9963 

10879 SAN PABLO AVENUE 

RICHMOND CALIFORNIA 

DR. H. H. CALDWELL 
Dentist 

Telephone BEacon 2-1 06S 

415 MacDONALD AVENUE 
RICHMOND CALIFORNIA 



LUNDGREN 

Wood Products 



LU 1-3693 

851 Soto Street 
HAYWARD, CALIF. 



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February-March, 1958 



WALDO AND RICA 

SERVICE STATION 

LAkehurst 2-9817 
21 3S WEBSTER STREET 



CALIFORNIA 



BEN REIMER'S NURSERY 

Home of "Number 52" Tomato 

Telephone LAkehursl 2-3265 

1113 LINCOLN AVENUE 

ALAMEDA CALIFORNIA 



W. F. STONE & SON 

BOAT BUILDERS 



LA 3-3030 

2517 BLANDING AVENUE 

ALAMEDA CALIFORNIA 

LAkehurst 2-7980 

RENARD CATERING SERVICE 

Bob Renard 

CATERING SERVICE 

Wedding Recpetions - Banquets 

Service Clubs 

Private Dining Room 

243 1 CENTRAL AVENUE 
ALAMEDA CALIFORNIA 



CORRIE BROS., 
INC. 



JE 7-2975 

28806 Castro Street 
HAYWARD, CALIF. 

Aha Vista Quarry: Hay ward 
Escobar Quarry : Mission San Jose 



(Continued from page 3) 

... in the countless locations where "Line- 
up" cameras have captured the mood of 
the city. 

Trend Set By TV 

But perhaps most important of all, del 
Valle and his lawmen associates have 
started a trend iii the entertainment busi- 
ness. "Private eyes" no longer solve all 
the cases. "Keystone Cops" have returned 
to movie houses that specialize in oldtime 
movies. 

As a result . . . among men attending 
the National Academy of the Federal Bu- 
reau of Investigation in Washington, 
D.C., "Lineup" is a top favorite . . . 

. . . Police journals and official law en- 
forcement publications have officially rec- 
ognized "Lineup" as being professionally 
factual as well as highly entertaining to 
its membership . . . 

. . . and the word "cop" has lost its 
sting. 



SAN MATEO 

COUNTY 

SCAVENGER CO. 



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211 No. El Dorado St. 
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SACRAMENTO QUEEN CITY 



Sacramento is a city that had to be, 
because it is at this point that main routes 
of California travel across. Consider: Sac- 
ramento lies at the point where the immi- 
grants, traversing the Sierra Nevada, came 
down into the Great Central Valley. Sac- 
ramento was the inland port at which sup- 
plies for the early gold miners were 
landed. Two great river systems, the S.ic- 
ramento and the San Joaquin, meet in the 
vicinity of Sacramento and both, in the 
early days, provided means of transporta- 
tion to inland communities. 

Sacramento grew because there had to 
be a central community to serve mountain 
and valley settlements, and by reason of 
California geography, that central com- 
munity had to be where Sacramento now 
is, and nowhere else. 

It was largely because of this central 
location that Sacramento was made the 
capital of the state. 

Factor.s Still Apply 
The same factors which dictated the 
development of a city at this point still 
apply, and today a great part of the trans- 
Sierran motor traffic, both passenger and 
freight, funnels through Sacramento. So 
does a vast share of the rail traffic east and 
west. The great north-south arteries of 
commerce run through or near to the city 
and through it pass the supplies recjuired 
by a tremendous agricultural region, a 
great timber industry- and many food proc- 
essing plants and manufacturing indus- 
tries. Products of all these also pass 
through Sacramento. 

This is the heart of a region that ex- 
tends 200 miles up the valley of the Sac- 
ramento River, sweeps over the Sierra 
Nevada to Lake Tahoe, embraces all of the 
lower Sacramento River region, including 
tremendous areas of California's richest 
and most bountiful farm lands, and 
reaches off to the south to take in thous- 
ands of acres of orchards and fields. 
This is a land of gold. From its sand- 



bars and river channels came the millions 
won by the Forty-Niners and their succes- 
sors. From its lodes came the other mil- 
lions dug by later miners. And it is still a 
land of gold, but now the gold comes 
from agriculture, from mighty forests, 
from quarries and an industry growing so 
rapidly it is difficult to count the number 
of plants and factories. 

Traffic Tremendous 

The traffic in and through this city 

naturally is tremendous and to maintain 

and direct it in orderly flow has required 

many measures. Sacramento even had 

CAPITOL 

Tent & Awning 
Co., Inc. 

"Everything in Canvas" 

"Everything That's Good — 

of Course.'" 

Phone Gladstone 1-2801 

3904 Stockton Blvd. 
SACRAMENTO, CALIF. 



heavy traffic before there was a lity at this 
point, for Sutter's Fort — now an honored 
feature of the city — was the goal of most 
of the thousands who crossed the plains 



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324 North 16th 
Sacramento, Calif. 



Chevron Truck 
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24-HOUR SERVICE 

Scales, Gasoline, Diesel & Butane 

Truckers Parking Area and 

Bunk Room 

Telephone GI 3-9735 

324 North i6th Street 

Highway 40 

Sacramento, Calif. 



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FROM 

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SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



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SACRAMENTO 



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PETROLEUM 
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Common & Irregular 
Route Carriers 

Petroleum Products & 
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FR 1-5211 

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West Sacramento, Cal. 




Two Locations 

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and 

ALHAMBRA AT K STREET 

Call IV 9-6644 

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA 



Sacramento Glass & Crockery Co. 

Eslab;ished for Over 70 Years 

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and Institutions 

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1221 ALHAMBRA BOULEVARD 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



and came to California by wagon. 

Now fine highways have replaced the 
miners' trails and the stagecoaches' muddy 
tracks. State offices, necessary to serve a 
California population which has well-nigh 
doubled in the past 15 years, stand in well- 
parked grounds and downtown throngs 
shop in stores whose fronts are all alumi- 
num and glass. . 

There are new and modern schools. 
There is a public library with a third of a 
million volumes and there are seven hos- 
pitals with beds for 1,200 persons. 

The Municipal Auditorium seats 5,000 
persons and has one of the largest stages 
in the West. 

One of the most attractive parks ia the 
world is that surrounding the Capitol. 
This has more than 400 varieties of trees, 
shrubs and plants, including specimens 
from the principal Civil War battlefields. 

Industry and agriculture flourish in the 
Sacramento region. From the mountains 
come 3V2 billion board feet of lumber 
every year. 

On the flatlands, the number and var- 
iety of crops is staggering — oranges from 
Oroville, peaches from Yuba City and 
Marysville and other regions, olives by the 
thousands of tons from the groves around 
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ter of the valley and in the bottomlands 
grows nearly all of California's rice. 



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W E S C O T T 

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Construction Equipment and Supplies 

SALI.S RI.NTAI.S TARTS 

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Telephone HI 7-3S85 
931 - 48TH STREET 



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a Specialty 

Telephone GLadstone 6-97S6 
2421 - 23RD STREET 

SACRAMKNTO CALIIORNIA 



Many Shkep 

There are half a. millon sheep in the 
Sacramento region, and more than 3()0,()0() 
cattle. Dairying and hog-raising are big 
business. The cash farm income crowds 
the quarter billion dollar mark and this is 
increasing as Eolsom Dam and other struc- 
tures make more water available. Sacra- 
mento prospers from all of this. 

The city has long been a place of food 
processing. The canneries in this one city 
employ "i.OOO persons, and other food 
plants in or near the city give work to halt 
as many more. Elsewhere in the region 
other food processing plants employ addi- 
tional thousands. 

Nearby McClellan Air Force Base em- 
ploys ^,000 civilians! Beale Air Force 
Base, near Marysville, ranks as a major 
industry and in Sacramento is a signal 
depot which supplies and maintains equip- 
ment for the Armed Forces in a large area. 

Yes, the Polich Journal salutes the 
city in this edition paying tribute to the 
California City of Sacramento. 



BEST WISHES 

EVANS VAN & STORAGE 

Gilbert 3-7987 

921 FRONT STREET 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



PACKARD. MUIR & TRAIN. INC. 

Engineering • Land Surveying • Subdivisions 
Aerial Surveys • Maps 

Gilbert 1-6977 

3260 JAY STREET 
SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



THE HANAGAN CO. 

REALTORS 
HOMES • RANCHES • BUSINESS PROPERTY 

GL 1-0883 
2108 SUTTERVILLE ROAD 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



Stork Shop 



TOYS — PLAY GYMS 

JUVENILE FURNITURE 

' Lullaby e Cribs" 

We Give Cash Checks 

Charge Accounts 

FREE DELIVERY 

Sacramento Area 

3710 J STREET 

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA 



Lawrence Furniture & Cabinet 
Manufacturing 

REFINISHING — REPAIRING 

Antiques Restored • Designing 

Cabinet Work • Wood Turning 

Furniture-Appliances • Unfinished Furniture 



Phc 



SACRAMENTO 



GL 6-6606 
V STREET 



CALIFORNIA 



SACRAMENTO— Competition on the 
highway is dangerous says the California 
Highway Patrol. 

"Drivers who attempt to race with other 
motorists away from trallic lights or on the 
open highway are flirting with danger and 
possible death," declared Patrol Commis- 
sioner B. R. Caldwell. "This urge to beat 
the other fellow frequently leads to a mis- 
take followed by an accident in which one 
or more cars are involved. 

"Another type of dangerous competi- 
tion on the highway is the retaliation man- 
euver made by an angry driver," Caldwell 
reminded motorists. "You only aggravate 
the problem and increase the danger when 
you try to get even for some wrong, im- 
aginary or real, inflicted by another motor- 
ist. 

"Driving in today's traffic calls for full 
attention every minute if safety is to be 
maintained," he said. "The safe way is to 
cooperate with the other driver and ignore 
those who irk you or try to snare you into 
competitive action." 

LOVERDE MARKET 

Your Friendly Store 

Quality Meats and Groceries 

Liquors • Wines • Beers 

You Save When You Buy at Vies 

GLadstone 7-8737 
1608 FRUITRIDGE ROAD 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



UNION TAXI 

SAFE COURTEOUS SERVICE 

REAL PROMPT SERVICE 

Two- Way RADIO — 100% Union 

GI 3-7941 

OFFICE AT GREYHOUND DEPOT 
SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



SWING CLUB 

MIXED DRINKS — -DANCING' 
LOU — ALEC Your Hosts 

. Phone Gilbert 3-94S3 
549 NORTH 16TH STREET 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



CHARLES F. UNGER 
Construction Co. 

CHARLES F. UNGER — WYATT UNGER 
Commercial— Public Buildings — Schools 

Telephone GL 2-1458 
2112 SUTTERVILLE ROAD 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



SACRAMENTO BUILDER'S 
EMPORIUM 

LUMBER 

GLadstone 2-3124 
4950 STOCKTON BOULEVARD 



FOOD SPOT 

Where Your Patronage Is Most Appreciated 
QUALITY MEATS 

CORNER FAIR OAKS, FULTON & MONROE 



SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



DRIVE-IN & STADIUM NURSERIES 

Located at Westerner Drive-In Theater 

TRIANGLE OF FAIR OAKS 4 MANZANITA 

CARMICHAEL ' CALIFORNIA 

Also Stadium Nursery 

CL 2 2118 

Opposite Hughes Stadium 

2242 SUTTERVILLE ROAD 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



PACIFIC METAL AWNING CO. 

Manufacturers of 

FLEXALUM AWNINGS 

ALUMINUM SCREEN DOORS AND SCREENS 

PRE-KUT ORNAMENTAL IRON 

VENETIAN BLINDS & DRAPES 

Telephones GL 2-3168 — HI 6-3764 

5050 PERRY AVE. OFF STOCKTON BLVD. 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



STAR FOOD BANK 

Complete Line Quality 
iroceries — Meats — Liquors 



1331 FOURTH STREET 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



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Fehritary-March, 19'>8 



SACRAMENTO PEDESTRIAN RECORD 



In an era when police departments in 
many fast-growing cities are doing well 
to hold the line against an increase in 
traffic accidents, Sacramento has actually, 
reduced hers. This has been especially 
true in the case of pedestrian accidents. 

Officials of the California State Auto- 
mobile Association, the American Auto- 
mobile Association affiliated motor club 
in this region, under whose auspices an- 
nual Pedestrian Protection Contests are 
held, declare Sacramento's program is out- 
standing. 

This was not always the case, either in 
Sacramento or in many other cities. Im- 
mediately after World War II the problem 
of traffic safety was a difficult one indeed, 
especially with regard to pedestrians. 
Aroused by this situation, the newly-or- 
ganized Institute of Transportation and 
Traffic Engineering, of the University of 
California, set up the First Western Insti- 
tute for Traffic Training, one course of 
which was Pedestrian Protection. In this 
course, instruction was given by personnel 
provided by the American Automobile 
Association. 

Week-lonc Course 
This course lasted a week and was at- 
tended by representatives of the Sacra- 
mento Police Department. In it, there was 
presented a definite program which could 
be followed, detailing, step by step, the 



things that had been found effective in 
cutting down pedestrian accidents. 

The Sacramento Police Department and 
the Sacramento Traffic Engineering De- 
partment immediately began putting this 
plan into effect. As a result, Sacramento 
won special AAA citations for the excel- 
lence of its pedestrian program in 1949, 
1951, 1952, 1953 and won Honorable 
Mention from the AAA in 1954, 1955 
and 1956. 

The AAA recommendations for Acci- 
dent Records include 13 points; Sacra- 
mento earned 100 per cent of the possible 
points under this heading in 1956. Par 
for cities in Sacramento's population class 
is 79 points. 

There are 12 AAA recommendations 
having to do with "Legislation and En- 
forcement " and Sacramento earned 81 per 
cent of the possible points on these. Par 
for similar-sized cities was 47 points. 

Similarly, the city scored 92 points on 
"Engineering" against a par of 82; 90 
points on "Organization," on which par 



CLAUSS & KRAUS. INC. 

MEATS AND SAUSAGE 

WHOLESALERS AND JOBBERS 

SAUSAGE MANUFACTURERS 



Tek-phone Gl 1-2591 
1700 EYE STREET 



was 70 points; on "School Safety," Sac- 
ramento scored 91 against a par of 80; on 
"Public Information," the city scored 85 
against a par of 70. 

Clincher Given 

Now here's the clincher: Both the total 
of ALL traffic accident fatalities and of 
pedestrian traffic accidents are dropping. 

In 1955, 17 persons were killed and 
1604 were injured in the city. Of these, 
pedestrian deaths accounted for 8 and 
pedestrian injuries accounted for 278. 



STOCKER'S BOILER AND 
WELDING WORKS 

Phone Gilbert 2-3062 
Residence GL 6-S425 

500-505 BROADWAY 



SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



STATE FAIR MARKET 

Your One-Stop Food Store 
QUALITY • VARIETY • ECONOMY 

Phone GLadstone 6-77SS 

3222 STOCKTON BOULEVARD 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 

BEST WISHES 

ELLSWORTH HARROLD CO. 



SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



WESTERN MOTOR PARTS. INC. 

Parts & Accessories for the Entire Chrysler Lin 

AUTHORIZED MOPAR WHOLESALER 



Pho 



GL 2-6931 
L STREET 



SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



AVENUE BRAKE SERVICE 

DAY & NIGHT SERVICE 

Sundays & Holidays — Motor Tune-Up 

Trouble Shooting 

FR 1-S152 

2407 WEST CAPITOL AVENUE 
SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



FOOD SPOT 

A COMPLETE SHOPPING CENTER 

OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. EVERY DAY 
SUNDAY 9 TO 6 



IVanhoe 7-1339 
541 MONROE STREET 



SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



3 706 Stockton Blvd. 



MOVIE CLUB 

HAROLD and EARL 
Stop in and Say Hello 



SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



** ** 



A 



MERICAL 

BAIL BOOO 



"One of the Two Best hi 

Sacramento" 

24-Hour Service 

FAST — DEPENDABLE 

Telephone Day or Nite GI 1-3055 

Joe Schneider 
Across from Police Headquarters 

816 -6th Street 
SACRAMENTO, CALIF, 



Hlllcrest 5-3071 
2201 BROADWAY 



SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



SMART SHOPPER'S HEADQUARTERS 

BEN FRANKLIN 

'Locally Owned-Nationally Known" 

5 701 STOCKTON BOULEVARD 

MANOR SHOPPING CENTER 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 

PITTSBURGH PAINTS 

Keep That Just Painted Look Longer 
PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CO. 



GLadstone 2-3673 
1131 JAY STREET 



SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



SMITH BROS. PHARMACY 

VARIETY STORE — LIQUOR DEPARTMENT 

Open Every Day Until 10:00 p.m. 
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS— Since 1922 
FREE PROMPT DELIVERY— Cash Checks 

GLadstone 5-7698 — GLadstone 6-6161 

STOCKTON AT FOURTEENTH AVENUE 
SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



rebruary-Miiuh. 19"^^ 



POLICE AND PHAGE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



27 



Last year, 19^7, there were 11 traffic 
deaths and 1479 traffic injuries. These in- 
cluded ■) pedestrian fatalities and 224 
pedestrian injuries. 

Of these (ivc pedestrian fatalities, one 
was a child under 4 years of age, one was 
a man between 6") and 7'> years of age, 
and the other three were men of more than 
7^ years. 

From 17 deaths to 1 1 in three years; 
from 8 pedestrian fatalities to five in the 
same [x-riod I 

No wonder Sacramento people are 
proud of the accident-prevention record 
achieved through the efforts of the city's 
Police Department and Traffic Engineer- 
ing Department. This is especially note- 
worthy in view of the greatly increased 
population and traffic in the city in recent 
years. -^♦— 

PRINT VARIATONS 

(Coiitiiiiied jroiii (ijge i<) 
Starch Pasti: 
The starch paste method is not new. It 
consists of gently smearing a thin layer of 
common white starch paste over the fumed 
print. The resulting starch-iodine com- 
plex produces a purplish color and this 
remains durable for many months. Our 
modification of this technicjue has been 
found to yield superior results. 

First: When applying the paste, it is 
well to wait until the fumed print has 
almost entirely disappeared. Failure to ob- 
set\e this precaution will result in a print 
which is heavy and lacking in detail and 
contrast. This type is due to the fact that 
some of the iodine has been absorbed by 
the surface itself. This iodine must be al- 
lowed to disappear so that only that iodine 
left on the pattern remains to react. 

Second: Immediately following the ap- 
plication of the wet paste, a clean, straight 
edge (a razor blade will do) is used to 
remove excess paste from the surface. This 
will uncover a sharply delineated pattern 
which will remain unobscured by a dried 
paste coating. See Figure 4. 
Spray Plastic 
The plastic spray method of preserva- 
tion of iodine fumed prints is essentially 
a substitute for the practice of sandwich- 
ing the developed prints between plates 
of glass. For this procedure, simply use a 
plastic spray bomb such as may be found 
in a paint or hardware store. (I have 
found Krylon acrylic spray to be quite 

FEYS IN ARDENTOWN 

deorge J. Fey 
HARDWARE AND APPLIANCES 
GIFTS — PATIO FURNISHINGS 

Telephones: IVanhoe 9-1377 or 9-3931 

555 LA SIERRA DRIVE 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 





Fieure 4 This illustration shows that excellent detail is preserved by the starch paste method 
using the modification explained by Or. Grodsky. The prints (left) were fixed immediately, 
while with the ones (right), the fixing was delayed. .,.,.. 

The lesser intensity of the impressions (right) might indicate that the delayed technique is 
inferior to the immediate application of the starch paste. Close appraisal of the original faxed 
prints, however, revealed clearer detail in the prints (right). The delayed application con- 
sistently gives superior results. 



satisfactory.) For best results, the spray 
can is held at such a distance from the 
fumed print that a direct blast does not 
strike the surface. 

In cases where the latent occurs on 
paper, the paper must be sprayed on both 
sides to seal in the impression. There ap- 
pears to be no discoloration with this 
method, and the fixed prints will remain 
visible for at least six months. 
Opaque Lifters 

The opaque rubber lifters used for years 
by evidence men for the lifting of dusted 
prints have been discarded by many in- 
vestigators. The clear Scotch lifting tape 
has to a large extent supplanted the 
opaque rubber lifters. One of the impor- 
tant reasons for this change is the fact that 

ATLAS BLUE PRINT COMPANY 

W. R. SHAW, Owner 

PHOTOSTATS AND BLUE PRINTS 

_ PROMPT SERVICE — 



the transparent tape is capable of lifting 
an unreversed print, whereas the opaque 

UNITED LINOLEUM, INC. 

"Complete Floor Covering Service" 
FREE ESTIMATES 



GLadstone 7-6S97 

27 17 BROADWAY 



SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



CORFEE'S ARE SWIFT 
LAUNDRY AND DRYCLEANING 

"Serving the Families of Sacramento 
lor 35 Years" 

WE PICK UP AND DELIVER 

GI 3-790S 

2414 SIXTEENTH STREET 

2500 JAY STREET 

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA 



EDCO WINDOW COMPANY 



Bour 



DISTRIBUTOR 
"Dual Fin" Aluminu 



Windo 



SACRAMENTO 



Telephone GI 3-7091 
1323 JAY STREET 



CALIFORNIA 



GERLINGER 

George A. Gerlinger, Owner 
MOTOR PARTS AND MACHINE SHOP 



Gilbert 2-1837 

2020 K STREET 



SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



NORDINE & REICHEL 

Radiator - Frame & Axle - Glass - Brakes 

Seal Covers - Mechanical - Paint - Tops 

Body & Fender - Undercoating - Car Polishing 

Wheel Al gning - Deodonzing 

NIGHT TOWING — GL 6.7J65 



Telephone CI 1-4601 
1400 RICHARDS BOULEVARD 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 

TREASTER & GREEN 

FURNITURE AND INTERIORS 

Telephone Gilbert 2-027S 

323 1 RIVERSIDE BOULEVARD 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



F. H. WOODRUFF & SONS 

— Seed Headquarters o( the Valley — 



SACRAMENTO 



GL 2-2661 
3409 SECOND AVENUE 



1331 "C" STREET 



CALIFORNIA SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



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Fehrtitiry-Miirch, 19^fi 



lifter reverses the print. For examination 
and comparison the reversed print must 
then be photographed and the negative 
reversed before printing. 

Here is a simple technique which util- 
izes the good features of the opaque lifter 
and at the same time overcomes its major 
disadvantage. 

When the print has been lifted and re- 
versed by the opaque lifter, another blank 
lifter is carefully placed in close contact 
with the original. When the two are strip- 
ped apart, a portion of the powder will 
adhere to the second lifter. The print 
which appears will be a reversal of the 
reversal, and will thus appear correctly 
oriented. 

Hopes Ideas Will Be Helpful 
These variations are a few which have 
grown out of our studies in the field of 
criminalistics. It is hoped that the applica- 
tion if these methods will prove to be use- 
ful to those people in the field of law en- 
forcement who are concerned with evi- 
dence and identification. 



V.I. P. Car Leasing Corporation 

ONE & TWO YEAR LEASES 
All Makes From Fords to Cadillacs 

Sacramento Branch 
Gilbert 8-8254 

715 EYE STREET 



SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



PARELL & FRIES 

Auto Reconstruction - Painting 
ame Straightening - Wheel Aligning 
AAA-24-H0UR TOW SERVICE 



Gilbert 3-4695 

815 BROADWAY 



SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



M. R. CARPENTER 

onditioning — Plumbing— Heating 
tilating and Sheet Metal Work 



Phone GI 2-7702 

907 FRONT STREET 
SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



BEST WISHES 

McKesson & robbins, inc. 

425 NORTH SEVENTH STREET 
SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



General Repairing • 

Emergency Road Servi 

24-Hour Towing Se 



Motor Tune-Up 



HANNA & MEINDERS 

AUTO SERVICE 
Radio-Dispatched Service Truck 



HlUcrest 7-2053 
3537 SECOND AVENUE 




^fl^sn) I 



Figure 5. The latent impressions in this illustration were dusted with a black finger print pow- 
der, and subsequently lifted with a white, opaque rubber lifter as shown on the left. These 
lifted prints are, of course, reversed from^their natural order. 

A second piece of white rubber lif'er was then pressed down on top of the first one, adhesive 
surface to adhesive surface. When the two pieces were pulled apart, part of the original lift had 
been transferred to the second lift, producing the correctly oriented prints on the right. The 
latter are lighter than the original lift, but most satisfactory for either comparison or photog- 
raphy. 

Dr. Grodsky believes that this procedure is an improvement over the use of a mirror for an 
immediate comparison. 



ED'S DRIVE-IN 

ED BRENNAN, Owner 

BREAKFAST— LUNCH— DINNERS 

Finest Fountain Service & Sandwiches 

Till 2 A.M. and Week Ends Till 3 A.M. 

2995 FREEPORT BOULEVARD 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 

Advance MufRer Service, Inc. 

20 Minute Service 8 Till 5 — 6 Days Weekly 
$2.00 Labor Charge 

TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVICE YOU I 



Fisher Brothers 

Excavating & Ditching 

• 
PJjone 4-1091 

P. O. Box 478 
RIO VISTA, CALIF. 



SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



MATT TRANSFER AND STORAGE 

Agents for FORD VAN LINES 

Nation Wide Movers 

POOL CAR DISTRIBUTORS 



Phone GI 1-6919 
1720 R STREET 



SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



J. M. DERR LUMBER CO. 

Building Matrials, Paint and Hardwar 
Plumbing and Electrical Supplies 

ELK GROVE. CALIFORNIA 

MEYER & WELCH. INC. 

Automotive Air Conditioning by 
N O V I - 

Telephone Gilbert 2-0781 
430 "R" STREET 



Old Elk Grove 
Tavern 

Al Kusler, Your Host 

Steaks - Chops - Fish and 

Chicken Dinners! 

Our Sunday Prime Rib Dinner 

is Sublime 

Open Daily 5:30 P.M. to 10 P.M. 

On Sale and Ojf Sale Liquors 

200 Yards East of Highway 99 

on the Elk Grove Road 

Telephone Elk Grove 62 

ELK GROVE, CALIFORNIA 



ART'S PHARMACY 

HI 8-6256 
311 MERCHANT 



SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



VACAVILLE 



CALIFORNIA 



; .hi/hin-Minh, /g-is 



POLK r AND PliACH Ol riCKRS' JOURNAL 



Pii^e 29 



WOODLAND 

Auto Toggery 

Tiiilors of I'iiic Interiors 

CUSTOM MADK SEAT 

COVERS AND AUTO TOPS 

Lee Johnson and 

Orai Rhoads, Props. 

lurniture Upholstering 

Telephone MO 2-8248 

8 West Main Street 
WcxiDLAND, California 



VAUGHAN MANUFACTURING 
COMPANY, INC. 

Don VauKhan and Tom Gorman, Proprietors 

General Machine Work • Almond Equipment 

HYDRAULICS 

Phone MO 2 8669 

4)i COMMUNITY LANE 

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA 

FRENCHY'S LIQUOR SHOP 

Gro,t;e L^ Carrere. Prop. 

SPORT SMLNS HEADQUARTERS 

Bar Accessories • Party Snacks 

Imported and Domestic Liquor • Beer 

WINES AND CORDIALS 

The Place With the Parking Place 

FREE DEL1\ERY 



TONY'S COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

One of Woodland's Finest Most Popular 
OFF SALE LIQUORS 

Telephone MO 2-2098 
ON HIGHWAY 99 OPPOSITE S. P. DEPOT 

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA 



YOLO TRACTOR CO. 

OLIVER — TOWNER 
SALES «t SERVICE 



Phone MOhawk 2-6046 
BOX 489 



WOODLAND 



CALIFORNIA 



ALDERSON HOSPITAL 

QUIET • COMFORTABLE 
REASONABLE RATES 

Telephone MOhawk 2 6375 

124 WALNUT STREET 

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA 



WARFORD'S AUTO SALES 

LEONARD W ARl ORD, Owner 

LATE MODEL USED CARS 
USED PARTS • USED TIRES 

Telephone MOhawk 2-9601 and MOhawk 2-8579 

1240 EAST MAIN 
WOODLAND CALIFORNIA 



CITY OF TREES 

Woodland is the county seat of Yolo 
C!ounty, the wealthiest agricultural county 
per lapit.i in the United States, and a 
small, but modern and efficient polite 
force has kept it trouble free and a fine 
|il.Ke to live since the winter of 1853 
when Henry Wyckoff erected the first 
business building here. 

Many nicknames have been applied to 
Woodland, and it is known far and wide 
as the "City of Trees. " A Kentuckian 
named F. S. Freeman is believed to have 
been the first man to refer to the city as 
"Woodland" in a petition circulated in 
1858 seeking establishment of a postoffice 
there. 

Wyckoff's store furnished the first roof 
for county officers when the records of 
the county were transferred from Wash- 
ington, now known as Broderick, to 
Woodland following the disastrous floods 
of 1861-62. 

CouRTHou.sF. In 1863 

The records remained in the store only 
a year or two because an up-to-date court- 
house was started in September, 1863. 
The courthouse was finished long before 
the growing community was incorporated 
in 1871. The first city election was held 
March 14, 1871, immediately after the 
super\'isors adopted the city charter. 

The first public meeting on the question 
of erecting a secondary school was held in 
1869. The first secondary school was 
started soon thereafter and was known as 
Hesperian College. 

Hesperian College graduates continue 
to hold periodical get-togethers in Wood- 
land, which now boasts a primary school, 
two elementary schools and a modern high 
school. Students come from neighboring 
counties to attend the Holy Rosary Acad- 
emy which is also situated here. 

During the years, the police have kept 
crime to a minimum and made the cit)' a 
good place to live. 



Phone 1100 

Clark's Drug Store 

Ellwood Clark - Ralph Clark 
Depeiulahle Prescriptionists 

Butte & Sycamore Streets 
Willows, California 



DANGEROUS HOURS 

The afternoon hours between 4 and 6 
p.m. are the most dangerous for the mo- 
torist and the pedestrian. When you are 
homeward bound after work, says the 
California State Automobile Association, 
slow down a little and take extra tare in 
driving or crossing streets on foot. 



WOODLAND BOWL 

CAFE — COCKTAIL LOUNGE 



Phone MO 2-991S 

1 Mile East of Woodland on River Road 

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA 



CHICKEN IN THE BASKET OUR SPECIALTY 

PEGGY'S KITCHEN 

HARRY AND ESTHER EATON, Props. 
Good Coffee • Home Made Pies • Choice Steaks 

Telephone MOhawk 2-99 13 

KNIGHT'S LANDING HIGHWAY 

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA 



BEST WISHES 

L. E. Wraith & Associates 

"If It's Insurance, We Write It" 

Telephone MOhawk 2-5491 

430 LINCOLN AVENUE 

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA 



A. W. HAYS— Trucking 

I.C.C. & C.R.C. PERMITS 
CARGOES INSURED 



Telephone MO 2-2831 

Residence MO 2-2207 

5 I 9 EAST STREET — P. O. BOX 98 

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA 



BEST WISHES TO ALL 
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS FROM 

MARVIN LANDPLANE COMPANY 

"Tops in Field Equipment" 

P. O. BOX 209 

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA 



HOLLY CAFE 

CH 1-9866 

1429 Market Street 
Redding, California 



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Fehniary-March, 19'>li 



CREDIT COLLECTORS KEEN 



There's about eight billion dollars loose 
in the State of California, without a lock, 
bar, or machine-gun to guard it. Yet al- 
most all of it will come back to the owners. 

That's the amount owed by Califor- 
nians on their current bills for appliances, 
gadgets, medical services, rent, furniture. 
The fact that so much money can be safely 
entrusted to other people is due in large 
part to the California Association of Col- 
lectors. It has '500 hard working members 
throughout the state. 

To keep the flow of consumer credit 
moving smoothly, they personally contact 
about 3 million people a year, write 10,- 
000 letters every working day, and em- 
ploy around 2000 people. 

Efficient Organization 

Like any efficient police department, the 
collectors function as an organization. 
They're affiliated with 1500 other collec- 
tors throughout the world. So a credit 
criminal, skipped from Santa Barbara to 
St. Louis could very well find that the first 
person to greet him on arrival — is the debt 
adjuster. 

Training in modern procedures and 
techniques takes first place in the pro- 
fessional collector's job. He studies psy- 
chology, sociology, administration in clin- 
ics, seminars and classes set up by his as- 
sociation. 

Policemen Policed 

Years ago, collectors used to be a fairly 
tough, sharp group of opportunists. Not 
so any more. 

A modern collection office, fully equip- 



BENEDETTO'S 
Dairy Delivery 



WE 8-2186 

400 1ST East Street 
SONOMA, CALIF. 



LE CHATEAU 

FJIME FOOD . . . COCKTAILS 



and One-Half Miles North of San B 

on Highway 101 
TURN RIGHT AT NICASSIO SIGN 



ped, with as many as a hundred people on 
the payroll, represents a heavy investment. 
The shoestring operator can't compete. 
The guy with a loud voice, desk space, 
and the use of a telephone is out of busi- 
ness. 

Collectors in California are licensed and 
bonded, and regulated by law, under the 
Secretary of State's office. A full-time Su- 
perintendent and a deputy keep tabs on 
any licensees who might be tempted to 
revert to ancient tactics. 

Credit Losses Down 
Despite a little rocking of the economy, 
credit losses today are at a minimum. 
Many retailers report their "charge-oflfs " 
are less than one half of one per cent. 

Much of the praise for this goes to re- 
sponsible buyers, says "Challenge" Mag- 
iiz/iie. published by the Institute of Eco- 
nomic Affairs, New York University. "But 
these trouble-shooters of the credit system 
deserve their share. Their presence pre- 
vents many credit delinquencies, and they 
reclaim many nearly-lost accounts . . . 
they often help people re-establish them- 
selves on a more secure living plane. In 
doing this, they help assure the stability 
of the credit system itself." — By Clayre 
and Michel Lipman. 



Serv-U-Garbage 
Company 



MI 3-6858 & MI 4-0620 

939 Marin Street 
VALLEJO, CALIF. 



SH 2-6513 



O. A. HALLBERG 
& SONS 

Growers and Processors of 

Redwood Empire Brand 

Apple Products 

Plant and Office at Graton, Calif. 
MAILING ADDRESS: 

2999 BowEN Avenue 
Sebastopol, California 



Giboney & 
Heilmann 

Trucking Contractors 



P. O. Box 773 
Marysville, California 



The 

Diamond Match 

Co. 

FI 2-4231 

P. O. Box 1037 
Chico, California 



J. H. VIENOP 

Building Contractor 



BA 4-1549 

2400 Oak Street 
NAPA, CALIFORNIA 



ORSOE FEED 
& MILLING 

BA 6-5539 
835 Lincoln Avenue 
NAPA, CALIFORNIA 

Vallejo Sonoma 



rebni,n)-Mirib. 19'iS 



POLICn AND PEACF. Ol-IICKRS' JOURNAI 




SMALL BUT ACTIVE FORCE PATROLS LOS BANGS. Law and order in Los Banos 
new thief John R. Egan. Here are (front row, left to right) Retired Chief Robert McSw 
and James Calvino. (2nd row, left to right) Patrolmen Richard Freitas, John Torres and 
left to right are Radio Operators Gladys Rankin, Sally Martin and Virginia Brown and 



MEZA BROS. 

Hauling Service 

Hauling and Spreading 
Gypsum and Fertilizer 
"B-Y's and Fertilize" 

Phone 4085 

1 Mile East on Pacheco 

Highway 

Los Bangs, Calif. 



Los Banos 
Gravel Co. 

Ready-Mix Concrete 
Rock — Sand — Gravel 



Phone 2413 

P. O. Bgx 1111 
Lgs Bangs, Calif. 



is controlled by the fine force pictured above under 
ain, Sgt. Glenn ludice and Patrolmen Allen Miller 
Harry Stewart. The distaff side in the last row from 
Policewoman Jacqueline Lief. 



P. RAVISCIONI 

Trucking Service 

Heavy Equipment 

Hauling 

60 Ft. Public Scales 
OR 4-4607 — 4-5236 

24477 Avenue 14 
MADERA, CALIF. 



DAIRYMEN'S MILLING CO. 

GRAIN FEED 



DEAN'S DRUG STORE 



TOWN CLUB COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

•FOR THE BEST— ALWAYS !" 





TW 2. 2843 






TW 2-3161 




TW 2-9723 




P. O. BOX 527 






1205 GRANT AVENUE 




lOOS GRANT AVENUE 


NOVATO 




CALirORNIA 


NOVATO 


CALIFORNIA 


NOVATO 


CALIFORNIA 



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Redding Truck 
Service, Inc. 

Truly A Complete 
"One-Stop Truck Service" 

Chevron Products 
Atlas Tires 

3161 Highway 99 South 
REDDING, CALIF. 



C. M. Dicker, Inc. 

"Your Finer Store" 



CH 3-3441 

1614 Market Street 
REDDING, CALIF. 



Mrs. Ralph Kuska 

Crag Crest Kennels 

"COLLIES" 



RIDGE ROAD ROUTE NO. 1 
Phone Grass Valley 943 

Ridge Route No. l 
NEVADA CITY, CALIF. 



Oscar Hedlund 
Lumber Company 

Douglas Fir — Western Hemlock 
Sugar Pine — Ponderosa Pine 

• 
LE 3-0033 

Merrimac Star Route 
OROVILLE, CALIF. 



5-YEAR DRIVER LICENSES 

A large number of good, experienced 
California drivers who otherwise would 
be entitled to quick renewal of their driv- 
er licenses tor a full five years are having 
to run the full gamut of written and road 
tests to obtain three-year licenses. 

Why? 

Because State Department of Motor 
Vehicles officials explain they have failed 
to observe the requirements of a new 
driver license law that went into effect in 
September. 

The law, called variously the "birthday 
anniversary' and the "reward for good 
driving" act, stipulates that drivers who 
permit their licenses to lapse for more 
than 30 days must take a complete exam- 
ination, including driving test, when ap- 
plying for renewal. 

And it further provides that unless ap- 
plication for renewal is made within 30 
days after expiration of old licenses, the 
term of the new license shall be limited to 
three years. This, despite the fact that the 
driver might have had a perfect driving 
record, a circumstance which would have 
entitled him to a five-year license, had he 
renewed within 30 days after his old li- 
cense expired. 

Department of Motor Vehicles field 
offices throughout the State report an un- 
usually heavy volume of license renewals 
that require the giving of road tests to 
drivers who, had they applied before the 
30-day expiration deadline, would have 
been entitled to new licenses merely upon 
passing the law and vision examinations. 

Vincent Maggiora 

General Contractor 



Phone ED 2-2816 
P. O. BOX 385 

509 Spring Street 
Sausalito, Calif. 



LOUISE McDonald 

HOME FOR THE AGED 

GLenwood 3-2208 

103 7 SAN ANSELMO AVENUE 

SAN ANSELMO CALIFORNIA 



Walt lito^n-Novato 

Franchised R.T.C. Dealers 
Quality Used Cars 



TW 2-2185 

1119 Grant Avenue 
NOVATO, CALIF. 



North Marin 

County Water 

District 

TW 2-9022 

834 Vallejo Avenue 
NOVATO, CALIF. 



Marin Rock & 
Asphalt Co., Inc. 

Crushed Rock Products 
Asphalt Plant Mix 
Concrete Aggregates 

* 
TW 2-5030 

P. O. Box 325 
NOVATO, CALIF. 



TU 4-3541 

Holm Timber 
Industries 

Douglas Fir :-: Redtvood 

• 

1500 Ocean Way 
Gualala, California 



Vi'bnuiry-M.inh. /y\s' POI.K li AND VV-MV. OIllCliRS' JOURNAL 

FIRE FAREWELL TO 1957 



fe 3.5 



Another year gone by and it seems to 
me it went by in a big hurry with a gusto 
and vim that makes me wonder if the re- 
maining years ahead of me will go as tast 
as l')*)?. It is said that the older one gets 
the faster the years skim by and I am be- 
ginning to take some stoik in the old 
cliche. Anyhow, it was a wonderful season 
both for the club and the shooters with 
weather to match — the kind of weather 
that only the Oakland Club provides for 
the mobs that come to the matches. This 
year, if indications are correct, the Ciul^ 
should realize one of their biggest years 

There will be a slight change in iIk 
medal awards in 19'i8. There will be eight 
classes with each class being divided into 
a "pro" class and the regular class. This 
breaks down the classes so more shooters 
can obtain medals. No doubt you received 
your ballot and voted your choice. 

Level Parkinc; Lot 
I understand the state is moving in a 
few tractors, men and SSSS$SS and will 
level off the parking lot across (south) 
from the refreshment booth and also re- 
pair the road up to the range from the 
lower level of the 200. This has been 
promised for, oh, so many years that I 
won't believe it until I see it. 

There was quite a flurry in the 19'57 .22 
timed tire match when Walt Van Dehey, 
Karl Schaugaard and Milt Klipfel all came 
clean with a 200 possible. As a rule the 
"I's" usually have it but in this case it 
was the "X's" that had it with Walt hav- 
ing 1 h of 'em on his target was awarded 
the first place, then came Karl and fol- 
lowed by Milt. That's a nice tie score in 
any man's shooting. 

Throws Scope Aw av 
Bill Thompson, of the Stanford Re- 
search Institute Security Force, has decided 
that the best thing he can do for the new 
year is to throw his 'scope away. It's the 
same story told here so often. Bill was 



Ralph E. Murphy 
& Sons 

Builders 

GL 3-0121 

428 Irwin Street 
San Rafael, Calif. 



By J. Ross DlINNIGAN 




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shooting a nice score for himself in the 
CF National slow fire with something like 
five lO's in the first slow tire string. Then 
he looked!! Immediately he got a bad 
case of Scopeitis and from then on his 
scores wouldn't have been accepted by a 
tyro. 

Would like very much to have gotten 
a picture of Evar Roseberg with that mous- 
tache and goatee he was dragging around. 
Whether Evar figured it made him look 
distinguished or improved his shooting I 
was unable to learn but I did hear Jack 
Chaney and Phil Lander trying to decide 



TAMALPAIS LIQUOR 
DELICATESSEN DRIVE-IN 

GL 3-1 167 
FOURTH STREET & TAMALPAIS AVENUE 

SAN RAFAEL CAL1FORNI.4 



UNITED AMBULANCE COMPANY 

GL 4-3535 
914 IRWIN STREET 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

E. B. ABBETT COMPANY 

GL 3-1130 
34S FRANCISCO BOULEVARD 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



whether he looked like a Swedish ex- 
plorer or a Japanese wrestler. 

During the slow fire string in the .22 
match Jim Benson was sure surprised to 
see five shots on his target particularly 
when he had only fired three shots. Jim 
turns to Clarence Wollner, shooting along- 
side of him with an explosive comment 
about such a so-and-so, etc., etc., etc. so 
(Clarence takes a scope looksee, turns red 
and between coughs and sputterings man- 



MARIN MOTEL 

ON U. S. lOI 

■•THE REDWOOD HIGHWAY" 

2 Miles North of San Rafael Overpas 



Phone GL 3 9882 



■AN RAFAEL 



CALIFORNIA 



PACIFIC PLUMBING & 
HEATING SUPPLY 

Wholesale Plumbing & Heating 

GL 3-5920 

IRWIN STREET AT LOVELL AVENUE 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



LOCKE BROS. GARAGE 

Auto Repair and Fender Work — Painting 



GL 3-7636 

911 FRANCISCO BOULEVARD 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



VICTOR'S MACHINE SHOP 

STRUCTURAL IRON WORK 



GL 3-2929 
1209 THIRD STREET 



SAN RAFAEL 



CALIFORNIA 



MAC'S SAW SERVICE 

Service and Sales 
LAWN MOWERS - TILLERS ■ CHAIN SAWS 

GL 3-0210 
1209 THIRD STREET 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



PARKS AUTO ELECTRIC 

Specilaized Automotive Parts and Service 

GM-General Motors — United Motors Service 

Authorized Auto-Lite Electric Service 

GL 30382 
LINCOLN AND SECOND STREETS 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



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COLONIAL SALES CO. 

CANDLES AND ACCESSORIES 

CL 3-6924 

7 LOVELL AVENUE 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



UNITED PRODUCE COMPANY 

WHOLESALE FRUIT AND PRODUCE 

CL 3. 3830 
95 LOUISE STREET 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



SALIN PRINTING AND 
ADVERTISING 

Marin's Premier Lithographers 

GL 4-4489 
713 FRANCISCO BOULEVARD 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



EL CAMINO MOTEL 

Modern 2 and 3 Room Kitchen Apartments 
RADIO AND TV SERVICE 



CL 4-8480 
1203 LINCOLN AVENUE 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



TED'S ICE CREAM — 
SHERBET SHOPPE 



GL 3-9844 
1940 FOURTH STREET 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



Tamalpais Convalescent Hospital 

Newest and Most Modern in Marin County 
YOUR INSPECTION INVITED 



CL 4-5962 
234 NORTH SAN PEDRO ROAD 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



J. L. ROBINSON— Trailer Sa/es 

Largest Display in Marin County 



WA 4-4368 
2078 101 HIGHWAY SOUTH 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



SAN RAFAEL FRENCH BAKERY 

FINEST IN BAKERY GOODS 

1553 FOURTH STREET 
SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



ages to let Jim know he (Clarence) was 
the so-and-so. Jim sez that in the future 
he will see that he is not shooting along- 
side of C. W. 

Turn In Cards 

In order to get recognition, or a medal, 
for an aggregate score it is necessary for 
the contestant to turn in his aggregate 
card. It is not at all uncommon for at least 
five shooters during ANY Sunday shoot 
to forget that small item of procedure. 
Doc Geiger was one of 'em who forgot 
and no doubt is still wondering why he 
never received that medal he figured he 
won. 

Received a card from Mike Carroll; all 
the way from Africa where Mike has been 
for the past couple of months sharpening 
his eyes on lions, tigers and elephants. 
Mike, as you probably know, is also quite 
a painter of animal life and along with 
his huntin' he intends to dash off quick 
like a portrait of a few of the dark conti- 
nents animals. 

Harry Plummer as you know, is a red- 
hot for pistol shooting and is coach of 
the Olympic Club team but there is one 
thing Harry dislikes and that is having the 
Highway Patrol Team most always win- 
ning the aggregate team trophy. Harry has 
set for his goal this coming season, and 
also his biggest New Year's resolution, to 
put a team on the lines for the Olympic 
Club that will definitely shoot holes all 
around the Hiway team. That's a pretty 
big job for Harry and he will have to 
work pretty hard as those Hiway boys are 
a tuff lot when it comes to burning pow- 
der. 

Pills Potent 

Which reminds me (but why, I don't 
know) of Art Treadwell and his love of 
shooting. Art will try or do anything to 
improve his scores so one day a few years 
ago one of our medical shooters had some 
kind of a pill he would take to kinda 
steady his nerves. Art heard of it and 
bummed a couple off the doctor but took 
'em all at once. Well sir, so help me 
Hannah, (and this is a factual account) 



Day Electric Co. 
oj Marin 

Electrical Contractor 



GL 4-9716 

52 De Luca Place 
San Rafael, Calif. 



The Martins Sudsette-Drive-ln 

Automatic Laundry 
SHAG RUGS OUR SPECIALTY 

GL 4-1713 
1904 FOURTH STREET 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



MODERNTREND— Distinctive QifU 



GL 3 4042 
1027 C STREET 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



W. L. Hickey Sons. Inc. of Marin 

PLUMBING 

GL 3-4746 
2736 REDWOOD HIGHWAY 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



When Better, Safer and More Beautiful 

Boats are Built 

THEY'LL BEAR THE NAME OF 

KIMBALL MFG. CO. 



SAN RAFAEL 



CALIFORNIA 



CROCKETT'S VAN AND STORAGE 

MOVING— STORAGE — PACKING — CRATING 

AERO MAYFLOWER — America's Finest 

Long Distance Moving Service 

GL 4-6252 
S22 B STREET 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



REDWOOD TRAVEL ADVISORS 

"THE SMART STOP . . . FIRST" 

Now at New Location— No Extra Charges 

GL 4-4932 
1344 FOURTH STREET 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



A. M. WEDEL — W. F. WEDEL 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 



CL 3-6026 
737 BUTTERFIELD ROAD 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



TARRANT HOMES IN 
TERRA LINDA 

4 Bedrooms — 2 Baths 
VIEW LOTS 

CL 3-6220 
3S70 101 HIGHWAY NORTH 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



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ROSS GENERAL HOSPITAL 



CL J-7800 
SIR FRANCIS DRAKE HIGHWAY 

Mann County 
ROSS CALIFORNIA 



TOWN & COUNTRY INTERIORS 

Fumilurr — UphoUltry — Slip Cover. 
Draperies 



CL 4. 1712 

91 RED HILL AVENUE 

SAN ANSF.LMO CALIFORNIA 



MAURICE BERTAUCHE 

Manufacturmc 
LaVILLE FOOD PRODUCTS 



CL J. 1556 
14S TUNSTEAD AVENUE 

SAN ANSELMO CALIFORNIA 



BARSOTTI'S 

Auto Painlinf — Body A Fender Service 

CL 4 802 7 
IS83 SIR FRANCIS DRAKE BOULEVARD 

SAN ANSF.LMO CALIFORNIA 



LARKSPUR REST HOME 



WA 4-1862 
234 HAWTHORNE 

LARKSPUR CALIFORNIA 



HARIN FENCES 

All Types — Prompt Service 
, At One-Stop Fencing Service 

Phone WA 4-4032 
HIGHWAY 101 AT CORTE MADERA WYE 
CORTE MADERA CALIFORNIA 



CASA BUENA MOTEL 

18 Deluxe Units, Each with Private Bath 
AAA APPROVED 

WA 4-3570 
1595 REDWOOD HIGHWAY 

CORTE MADERA CALIFORNIA 



MEYER'S CLEANERS 



DU 8-2422 

34 SUNNYSIDE AVENUE 

Branch Offices: 

Corte Madera — Tamalpais Junction 

MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 



Art slept thru the whole days shooting 
.ind his wife had a hell of a time trying 
to keep him awake while driving home. I 
understand Art will tr)- anything to im- 
prove his scores— except pills! 

Bill Corbett has been trying for years 
to attain the wonderful feeling of telling 
the gang of the day "I shot a possible." 
Practice, practice and practice kept Bill 
on edge in the hopes that one day he 
would arrive. But never did it happen. 
Bill feels kinda lazylike so doesn't take 
too much stock in his shooting and winds 
up the CF timed-fire string with that pos- 
sible he'd been looking for for so long. 
But as I said earlier. Bill wasn't paying 
much attention to his targets and shooting 
irons and didn't notice the possible until 
someone congratulated him. Bill thought 
the guy was kidding him and to this day 
Bill thinks someone slipped him a phony 
target. 

So at the close of the 1957 season I 
might mention that the gang of shooters 
should give a nice hand clasp and cheer 
for the ladies in the statistical office who 
have so faithfully done all the figuring at 
each match and I know that the ladies 
enjoyed doing it. 

Will be looking forward to seeing you 
in 19')8. 

TIBURON-BELVEDERE 
JAPANESE LAUNDRY 

Quality Work, Plus Prompt Service 
SINCE 1892 

CE 54545 
TIBURON HIGHWAY 

BELVEDERE CALIFORNIA 



SYBELL'S BIB'N TUCKER 

EXCLUSIVE CHILDREN'S CLOTHING 

CE 5-3322 
ISSO TIBURON BOULEVARD 

BELVEDERE CALIFORNIA 



SAUSALITO SAVINGS AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATION 

SINCE 1887 



ED 2 0393 
675 BRIDGEWAY 



SAUSALITO 



CALIFORNIA 



THE FOUR WINDS 

Tops in Highballs and Servic 



688 BRIDGEWAY 



SAUSALITO 



CALIFORNIA 



OAKLAND SCORES 

CF Camp Perry Course 

Open Class C. E. Boomhower..294 

Expert M. Nelson 289 

Sharpshooter E. Schwab 292 

Marksman 1st L. Sevcrson 279 

Marksman 2nd L. Hausman 281 

Marksman 3rd T. Dower 269 

CF National Match 

Open Class M. Klipfel 290 

Expert R. Geiger 281 

Sharpshooter M. Pimentel 279 

Marksman 1st C. Mathews 267 

Marksman 2nd D. Bailey 271 

Marksman 3rd D. Gehringer 253 

.22 National Match 

Open Class B. Chow 295 

Expert R. Holmes 288 

Sharpshooter K. Leading 284 

Marksman 1st E. Franklin 280 

Marksman 2nd L. Hausman 288 

Marksman 3rd T. Dower 264 

.22 Timed-fire Match 

Open Class 'W. Van Dehey 200 

Expert L. Evans 200 

Sharpshooter D. 'Watson 198 

Marksman 1st A. Gaspari 194 

Marksman 2nd L. Hausman 191 

Marksman 3rd J. Stephenson 187 

.43 National Match 

Open Class C. Boomhower 292 

Expert R. Hirsch 277 

Sharpshooter G. Coates 276 

Marksman 1st M. Pimentel 281 

Marksman 2nd R. Stoll 276 

Marksman 3rd D. Maffei 245 

Aggregate Match 

Open Class Bob Chow 869 

Expert Dick Hirsch 831 

Sharpshooter Matt Pimentel 842 

Marksman 1st Don Bailey 806 

Marksman 2nd Larry Hausman 825 

Marksman 3rd T. R. Dower 766 

TEAM SCORES 
Open Class 

California Highway Patrol 1 146 

SF Police Dept. Team #1 1127 

Expert Class 

Trans Bay Pistol Team 1080 

SF Police Revolver Club 1078 

Sharpshooters 

Oakland Fuzzy-'Wuzzies 1075 

Alameda Police #1 1070 

Marksman 

City College Special Police #1 1046 

City College Special Police #2 992 

CLUB RIO CAFE AND BAR 

Steaks and Chops — Dinners 
FINEST IN MIXED DRINKS 

Phone TW 2-'»734 

On Highway 101 3 Miles North of 

Hamilton Air Force Base 

NOVATO CALIFORNIA 



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GAS SUBTLE KILLER 



Colorless, odorless, tasteless carbon 
monoxide gas is one of the most subtle 
killers in the motoring world today. 

Here is the killer that works with spe- 
cial effectiveness during these cold days 
of winter and early spring when drivers 
feel the nip in the air, decide to roll all 
these windows up tight to keep out the 
cold, and rely on their lights to give their 
signals. With a leak in the exhaust system 
and an almost airtight car, carbon mon- 
oxide gas can do a very fast job indeed. 

Brief exposure to even a slight concen- 
tration of this gas will impair driving 
skill. Brief exposure to a greater concen- 
tration of the gas will almost always end 
in death. You are seized by a helpless 
drowsiness and soon slip into an uncon- 
sciousness from which you never wake. 

Fight Drowsiness 

If you find yourself getting headachy or 
drowsy while driving, the National Auto- 
mobile Club advises you to open these 
windows immediately and let the fresh air 
stream through. If you find yourself quite 
often getting headachy and drowsy while 
driving your car, especially if the windows 
are closed, it's time to have that exhaust 
system carefully checked. 

In older cars the exhaust system can 



Famous Coffee 
Shop 

Pete and Nick 

32 East Santa Clara St. 
San Jose, California 



Telephone CYpress 3-4828 

Wagner Boiler 
Works 

State Certified Welding 

Specializing in Pipe and Tubing 

Bending and Threading 

U-Bolts - I-Bolts, Hanger Bolts 

Threading 

1565 South First Street 

San Jose, California 



develop little leaks. The exhaust gasket, 
which seals the joint between the exhaust 
manifold and the exhaust pipe, is parti- 
cularly vulnerable. Exposed to great heats, 
this gasket often develops small leaks that 
don't reveal themselves by a change in the 
sound or the operation of the running 
motor. Having a thorough check of your 
exhaust system will save you from serious 
trouble later. 

Once the system has been thoroughly 
checked, and repaired if necessary, don't 
make the fatal mistake of running your 
car in a closed garage. Before you start the 
motor, open those doors wide. - 



Mill Valley Color Center 

Distributors of Morwear Paint Products 

DU 8-1086 
338 MILLER 

MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 



C. M. BRISTOL 

Contractor C-42 

Sewer Lines • Septic Tanks • Drainage 

Installations • Repairs 

DU 8-1628 
321 WEST BLITHEDALE AVENUE 

MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 



HOCKETT INSURANCE AGENCY 



DU 8-3285 
29 MILLER AVENUE 



MILL VALLEY 



CALIFORNIA 



NORTHWESTERN SAVINGS & 
LOAN ASSOCIATION 

SAVE WHERE SAVING PAYS 

GL 6-2120 
817 "A" STREET 

San Rafael. California 

130 THROCKMORTON AVENUE 

MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 

SHAMROCK MOTORS 

TRIUMPH • SPORT CARS • SEDANS 
Specializing in First Class Repairs 

DU 8-0853 
37S MILLER AVENUE 

MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 



CARL'S OF BELVEDERE 

Casual Wear for Marin Men 



GE 5-1260 
ON THE BOARDWALK 




POLICE BOND WINNER was Sgt. Lorraine 
Eckhardt of San Francisco's Ingleside station 
who won the aggregate score in the Marks- 
man Class to win a $25 Government Bond. 



PICKERING 

LUMBER 

CORP. 

Sugar Pine 

White Pine 

Ponderosa Pine 

Incense Cedar 



STANDARD 
CALIFORNIA 

U^ 



SARATOGA DRUG STORE 

We Give S & H Green Stamps 



Phone UN 7-3423 



BELVEDERE 



CALIFORNIA SARATOGA 



CALIFORNIA 



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• • • THE BUYER'S GUIDE • • • 



SAN FRANCISCO 



THE LITTLE PINE 

•)00 Pinr Street - PRo.pcct 5 "f^S? 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



GOLDEN GATE & VETERAN'S MOVING CO. 
Local «. Long Distance llaulinK — PR 5 72 II 
645 Larkin Slrcrl - Son Francisco. California 



INDUSTRIAL CHEMICAL CO. 

ManufaclurinK ChcmiM.s VAk-ncia 4 40 78 

265$ IngalU Street — San Franciaco. California 

MEL-WILLIAMS COMPANY 

112 Market Street - EXbrook 2 7>66 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

DOTTIE'S GRILL 4 FOUNTAIN 

645 Clay Street EXbi^ok 2-286i 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

VIOLA GLENN 

Fine Alterations — SU |.}760 
l)J Geary Street — San Francisco. California 

SAM'S GR 1 LL 
And Sea Food Restaurant ~ GArfield 1-0594 
3 74 Bush Street San Francisco. California 

O. HELM 

4525- I8lh Street HEmlock I 7<)7J 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

THE LEFOHN HOUSE OF BEAUTY 

Fourth Dimension Slenderizing— YU 2 445 3 
133 Geary Street San Francisco. California 

HUNT IN CLUB 

Sam Larson «c Buxy Mullens — UN 1-9486 

3200 16th Street — San Francisco. California 

ANGELO'S ITALIAN FOOD & COCKTAILS 

I West Portal Avenue — OV 1-35 14 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

Visit — COUSIN JIMBO — Bop City 

1690 POST STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

JACK QUINN CO. 

2155 Bayshore Boulevard — JUniper 5-2929 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

DEL MONTE CLEANERS 

Odorless Cleaning — GRaystone 4-0404 
15 10- I 5 16 Broadway— San Francisco, California 

AXEL ISACKSON HARDWOOD FLOOR CO. 

Fred Isackson — SE 1-0888 
2401 Santiago Street — San Francisco. Calif. 

THE "J " ROOM 

1684 MARKET STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

KLINGER & SHAFFER CO. 

Confectionery Equipment — YUkon 2-5697 
342 Fifth Street — San Francisco. California 

JAPANESE HARDWOOD FLOOR CO. 

"Your Old Floors Made New" — WEst 1-583 1 
1865 OFarrell Street San Francisco, Calif. 

MANHATTAN CLUB 
Anderson «c Howard Coleman — FI 6-9761 
1260 Fillmore Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

K * P FOOD MARKET 

VAlencia 4-9848 — Mission 8-1919 
3098 - 24th Street San Francisco. California 

DROHER COAL CO. 

Charcoal. Coal. Wood— Fertilizer-Milorganite 
1331 Folsom Street — San Francisco. California 

LA MODE BEAUTY CENTER 

2600 Sutter Street — JO 7-9708 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

JUST LIKE MOM'S PLACE 

Filipino American Foods — TU 5-9962 
I 76 Eddy Street — San Francisco. California 

MEXICO CITY CAFE 

1792 HAIGHT STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

JIMS UNION STATION 

3350 Alemany (at Sagamore — DE 3-6536 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



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550 Market Street — GA 1-9165 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

M. LOWELL HANDICRAFT 

2701 Lombard Street — FI 6-937 1 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



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HANDY THE FRIENDLY DELICATESSEN 

Fancy Foods Fine Wines & Liquors— OV 1-3761 
18 15 Irving Street at 19th Ave— San Francisco 

JAY BEE GROCERY 

3948 Mission Street — JU 4-8498 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

MOST REV. HUGH A. DONOHOE 

I 100 Franklin Street — ORdway 3-1 185 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

JORGENSEN PHARMACY 

625 Kearny Street — GArfield I 943 1 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

ELWORTHY & CO. 

Investment Securities — GArfield 1-4460 
1 I I Suiter Street — San Francisco. California 

THOMPSON AUTO PARTS 

Store: 50 - 13th Street. MArket 1-6696 
Wrecking Yard: 1298 Evans Ave.. VA. 6-2929 
S an Francisco, California 

Compliments of MR. HAROLD NOON 

Business Digest— EXbrook 2-0377 
681 Market Street, San Francisco, California 

VICTOR ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING CO. 

Lamps— YUkon 6-41 10 
756 Folsom Street San Francisco, California 

NAN ECKHARDT STUDIOS 

760 Market Street— EXbrook 2-6635 
San Francisco California 

VALLEY HOTEL 

Mr. R. L. Lund, Mgr.— UNderhiU 3-9799 
San Francisco California 

Compliments of Twenty-Five O Seven Club 

2507 Folsom Street— Mission 7-6400 
San Francisco California 

TRADE'S TAVERN 

491 Haight Street— HEmlock 1-8397 
San Francisco California 

SEASONS GREETINGS 
30TH AND MISSION MARKET 

3398 Mission Street Ml 7-9751 San Francisco 

CROWN PLASTICS INC. 

224 Mississippi Street— UNderhiU 1-5567 
San Francisco 7 California 

WHITE FRONT CIGAR & LIQUOR STORE 

Eight Out of Nine Shop at 899 

899 Geary Street PR 5-2 716 San Francisco 

HARRY S. WAINWRIGHT 

Attomey-at-Law 

Law Offices — Wainwrifht &. Fleiihell 



The T. H. WILTON CO. — Photoiraphic Supplies 

1155 Front Street— Telephone GArfield 1-1660 
San Francisco I I California 

WERNER'S PEERLESS SERVICE STATION 

1245 Church Street ATwater 8-3205 
Sun Francisco California 

CALIFORNIA CASTINGS, INC 

16 Sherman Street UNderhiU 1-767 1 
San Francisco. California 

TRAVERTINI PLASTER NOVELTY CO. 

824 Florida Street VAlencia 4-7311 
San Francisco 10, California 

GEORGE W. CASWELL CO. 

642 Harrison Street SUtter 1-6654 
San Francisco, California 

Philipps Posture Correction and Reducinf 
System — EXbrook 2-7338 

150 Powell St., San Francisco 2, California 

G. LEONG GROCERY 

4299 - 24th Street ATwater 2-8492 
San Francisco 14, California 

ACE HOUSECLEANING COMPANY 

6406 California Street SKyline 1-3982 
San Francisco, California 

HANKS Expert Watch and Jewelry Repair 

1712 Polk Street ORdway 3-87 17 
San Francisco. California 

LION BOOK SHOP AND ART GALLERY 

Books Prints 1415 Polk St. GR 4 5522 
San Francisco, California 

DICK'S "FLYING A" SERVICE 
Lubrication, Polishing, Tune-Up, Brake Service 
Van Ness and Pine - OR 3-3180 -San Francisco 

BANKY'S COFFEE SHOP 

354 Sansome Street EXbrook 2-9385 
San Francisco. California 

GRAYSON'S SHOP, INC. 
Coats - Suits - Dresses— DOuglas 2-S4I7 

875 Market Street, San Francisco, California 

THE YORK CLUB — Arthur Portisch, Prop. 

298 Sixth Street HEmlock 1-7793 
San Francisco, California 

HAYDEN G. NEAL — Painting Contractor 

143 Francisco Drive — JUniper 8-8675 
South San Francisco. California 

CASTELLI WINES & LIQUORS — We Deliver 

974 Geneva Avenue JUniper 6-1309 
San Francisco 12. California 

RODIACK LIQUOR STORE 

4681 Mission Street DElaware 3-9888 
San Francisco, California 

RAY DUCA, LIQUORS 

4712 Mission Street JUniper 7-6572 

San Francisco, California 

Tucker Equipmeat and Engineering Co. 

2255 Quesada Avenue — VA 4-0535 

California 



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San Fran 



REH'S MARKET 

498 Eureka Street— Mission 7-9879 
San Francisco California 

THE WISHING WELL— COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

SEabright 1-6433 — Mike Morena, Jack Maloney 
603 Irving Street San Francisco, Calif. 

UNION MERCANTILE CO. 

465 California Street SUtter 1-5334 

San Francisco California 

BALBOA HOTEL 

120 Hyde Street PRospect 5-9821 

San Francisco California 



WATKINS QUALITY PRODUCTS 

2343 Market Street 
San Francisco California 

VIENNA DELICATESSEN— QUALITY FOODS 

499 Monterey Boulevard DElaware 3-4352 

San Francisco California 



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SAN FRANCISCO 



SACRAMENTO 



SACRAMENTO 



SUTRO FOREST — Golf School & Driving Range 

A complete line of professional golf clubs and 
equipment- 1000 Clarendon Ave.-San Francisco 

GOLDEN RULE CAFE 

765 Market Street — DO 2-3274 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

COF-E-ANN DONUT SHOP 

2 129 Chestnut Street — Fl 6-6192 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

LE BOEUF RESTAURANT 

Reservations for parlies of 6 or more-GA 1-2914 
545 Washington Street San Francisco. Calif. 

MOLER BARBER SCHOOL 

System of Barber Colleges — GA 1-9979 
lb I Fourth Street San Francisco. Calif. 

MANN'S DINNER HOUSE 

Good Food. Reasonable Prices— LO 6-7402 

32nd Ave. & Judah St. San Francisco. Calif. 

LAUNDE BRITE 

1445 Haight Street — UN 3-9851 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

NORTH STAR CAFE 

1560 Powell Street — EX 2-9973 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

NEW CAPITOL GROCERY 

454 Capitol Avenue — JU 4-7152 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

MARCH RESTAURANT 

732 - 22nd Street — Ml 7-7008 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

MARTIN'S ESPANOL 

Spanish Basque Dinners — GA 1-94 12 

7 19 Broadway San Francisco, Calif. 

LOMBARD LIQUOR STORE 

Free Fast Delivery — GR 4-4212 
14 18 Lombard Street — San Francisco. California 

SAN FRANCISCO HATTERS 

Hats Made to Order — YUkon 6-1436 
454 Kearny Street — San Francisco. California 

THE LONG HORN BAR 

12 1 FOURTH STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



GRAYSTONE HOTEL 

66 Geary Street— EXbrook 2-4885 
"rancisco Califo 



THE SHOE BOX 

"Shoes for the Family!" 
1301 Merkley Avenue — West Sacramento. Calif. 



SACRAMENTO 



EAST SACRAMENTO VARIETY STORE 

So Handy for Your Everyday Needs! 
4820 Folsom Blvd. — Sacramento. California 

NELSON'S JAY-CEE RESTAURANT 

Breakfast-Lunch-Dinners— Real Old Fashioned 
Hot Cakes 4160 Stockton Blvd. — Sacramento 

COLONIAL ELECTRONICS 

Emerson Hoff man- Ratheon-Sparton Television 
4610 Stockton Blvd -Sacramento. Cal.-GL 5-3801 

CAPITOL TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO. 

Electric Steam Cleaners— Sales-Service- Rentals 
6001 Stockton Blvd. Sacramento. Cal.-GL 1-1278 

MANOR DRUGS — REXALL 

Fruitridge Shopping Center— Charles R. Shalz 
561 I Stockton Blvd. -Sacramento. Cal.-GL 7-9869 

BROWN'S MOBIL SERVICE 

Washing-Brakes Relined-Tune Up— GL 2-924 7 
3 700 Jay Street — Sacramento. California 

RUHKALA MONUMENT CO. 

Monuments-Markers-Granite-Marble-Bronze 
1001 Broadway— Sacramento, Cal.— CI 1-2846 

DUNBAR'S MARKET 

Not Big-But Darn Popular for Quality Always! 

On Fruitridge Road — Sacramento, Calif. 



SAV-MOR — Cor 

Across from El Ra 
2029 W. Capitol Av. 



iplete Radiator Sarvice 
icho Drive-ln— FR 1 5732 
.- West Sacramento. Calif. 



MADE-RITE SAUSAGE CO. 

Camellia Brand Meat Products for Quality 1 
3353 2nd Ave. — Sacramento. Calif. — GL 6-4774 

BELL DISTRIBUTING CO. 

Schlilz & Olympia Beers — 1527 N. C. Street 
Petri & Italian Swiss Wines — Sacramento. Cal. 



BERT & FLO'S FURNITURE 

Quality Home Furnishings & Appliances' 
7210 Fruitridge Road — Sacramento, California 

Fen-Rich Surplus Sales & Equipment Rental 

The Most Completely Equipped Surplus Store 
in Noi. Cal.— 5880 Stockton Blvd.— Sacramento 

ASTON'S GARAGE SERVICE 

24-Hour Towing Service — GLadstone 5-3013 
5889 Stockton Blvd. — Sacramento, Calif. 

MERRICK'S PASTRY SHOP 

Birthday, Wedding Cakes and French Pastries 
3669 J St. — GL 5-6508 — Sacramento, Calif. 

WESTERN POTATO DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 

of Sacramento — Gl 2-7427 -Gl 2-8694 
1718 - Fifth Street — Sacramento, California 



SUTTER CASKET COMPANY 

Cloth Covered and Metal Caskets 
330 Twentieth Street — Sacramento, California 

Sacramento Engineering & Machine Works 

Engineers- Machinists- Manufacturers-Gl 8-7614 
Sixth & X Streets — Sacramento, California 



JOHN A. STROH DISTRIBUTING CO. 

Distributors of Wilshire Gasoline — Gl 3-6947 
2200 Fifth Avenue — Sacramento, California 



THE CORNER — "Frank & Alex" 

Cocktail Lounge & Bar — Gl 1-1068 

73 1 Jay Street — Sacramento, California 

L. R. MURPHY SCALE CO. 

Manufacturers and Distributors — Gl 10 I 78 
1610 North "C • Street — Sacramento, Calif. 

McKILLOP FOOD SALES. INC. 

Distributors of Frozen Foods — Gl 1-025 7 

15 19 McCormack Avenue — Sacramento. Calif. 



SEYMOUR'S SHOE SALON 

Featuring the famous HANAN shoes for men. 
I 1 10 JAY St. — Sacramento. Calif. — Gl 2-7708 

LOVERDE'S LUMBER CO. 

Rental Service-Zolatone-Building Materials 
6800 Fruitridge Rd. -Sacramento. Cal.-GL 1-3524 

FRUITRIDGE OUTLET 

Wearing Apparel for Men. Women, Children 
5640 Stockton-Sacramento. Cal.-HU 6-1487 

ORENTAL FURNITURE COMPANY 

Modern Furniture and Appliances— GL 2-2933 
4866 Freeport Blvd. — Sacramento, California 

UNITED RENT-ALLS 

Sanding Machines. Painters Equipment Cement 

Tools. Invalid Needs. Rollaway Beds 

5500 24th Street — Sacramento. California 

HI CARLL MOTORS 

Brake Relining - Automatic Transmissions 
Tune-UP — 9th & R Sts. — Sacramento. Calif. 

K AND Z POR KSTORE 

Manufacturers of High Grade Sausage 
3549 Jay Street — Sacramento, California 



JOHN'S BUILDING SPECIALTIES 

Linoleum- Floor «c Wall Tiles-Carpets-Paints 
517- 12th St.— Sacramento. Calif— Gl 8-9359 

JEAN U. ZURCHER 

Automotive Parts and Repair Service 
4825 - 17th Ave.— Sacramento. Cal.— GL 7-4524 

KEN HARMON— Realtor 
Real Estate Loans & Insurance— Gl 2-1849 
2 321 - 16th Street — Sacramento, California 



FARMERS TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO. 

Welding. Steam Cleaning — Gl 1-863 7 
62 01 Eastern Avenue — Sacramento. California 

KAUFFMAN CUT RATE DRUG CO. 

Prescription Specialists — IV 7-6484 - 7-4636 
Corner Marconi & Fulton — Sacramento. Calif. 

HERB MEYER SERVICE 

Complete Automotive Service & Motor Tune-Up 
3754 J Street— Sacramento. Calif.— GL 2-2307 

WILBER'S MARINE SUPPLY 

Johnson Seahorse Motors-Boats-Hardware-Paint 
1800 Que Street— Sacramento. Calif.— Gl 8-9981 

SACRAMENTO BUILDING SPECIALTIES 

Open All Day Sunday!— GL 7-7558 
4800 Folsom Blvd. — Sacramento. California 

CAPITOL FURNITURE FINISHING CO. 

Finishers of Home Furniture & Antiques 
3112 Broadway— Sacramento, Calif.— HI 5-0230 

THE DRAPERY SHOP 

Custom Draperies-Custom Slip Covers 
3 118 Broadway— Sacramento, Calif.— GL 5-3686 

GEORGE'S LIQUORS 

Liquors for All Occasions— Gilbert 2-9319 
I I I I North B Street — Sacramento, California 

JOHN'S BARBECUE 

Finest Chinese Food— Orders to Take Out 
1816 L Street — Sacramento, Calif. — Gl 2-55 19 

ACME TOP SHOP 
Seat Covers-Convertible Tops-Car 6c Boat Work 
1215- 18th St.— Sacramento, Calif. — Gl 3-5405 

MARKET DELUXE — "Vern-John-Larry" 

Groceries- Vegetables- Bakery Goods-Liquors 
1880 Stockton— Sacramento. Calif. HI 5-1689 

RUSS' FLYING A SERVICE 

Expert Lube Jobs- Accessories — GL 2-1507 
2001 Stockton Blvd. — Sacramento, California 

PATRONIZE COMPTON'S MARKET 

Top Quality Groceries-Meats-Liquors 

Plus Service— 2 703 - 24th St.— Sacramento, Cal. 

PIERSONS PHARMACY 

Prescription Druggists— GL 5-0573 
2 700 - 2 4th Street — Sacramento. California 

TINY'S SIGNAL SERVICE 

Lubrication-Cars Washed. Polished-Tires 
24th «c Castro Way — Sacramento, California 

PEDRONI'S FRIENDLY PHARMACY 

Prescriptions are the Important part of our 

Profession 

3330 Broadway— Sacramento, Calif. — GL 6-4721 

SQUIER'S MEN'S & BOYS' SHOP 

Work «c Dress Clothing for Men 8e Boys 

5 136 Folsom Blvd. — Sacramento, California 

CLOVER CLUB 

Best in Cocktails — Beers & Wines 
Folsom Blvd. at 52nd Street— Sacramento. Calif. 

ALHAMBRA BRAKE SHOP 

Wheel Balancing - Complete Brake Service 
1230 Alhambra— Sacramento. Cal. — GL 6-0516 

FRANK'S BOTTLE SHOP 

Fine Imported & Domestic Wines & Liquors 
21st «c P St. — Sacramento. Calif.— Gl 3-4148 

MIDTOWN AUTO WASH 

For "Best Job In Town" 
21st & "O Sts. — Sacramento, California 



M-P PAINT COMPANY 

Wholesale and Retail— Gl 3-2331 

2104 P Street — Sacramento. Californ 

PARKVIEW QUALITY MARKET 

Quality Meats & Groceries Plus Real Sav 
2330 - 6th Street — Sacramento. Califor 



TRIANGLE PRODUCE CO. 

"Quality First Always 1" 
2630 Fifth Street — Sacramento. California 

C & C AUTOMOTIVE JOBBERS 

Equipment-Auto Parts-Supplies-Machine Shop 
4300 Stockton Blvd. -Sacramento, Cal.-GL 7-6583 



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ADAMSON'S SERVICE STATION 

Used Cars— 'Strv.ce With Courtesy' 
4607 Stockton Blvd. Sacramento. Cal.GL 6-7664 

JOE'S NORWALK SERVICE 

Expert Lube and Repair Work— GL 2 0J78 

4200 Stockton Boulevard Sacramento. Calif. 

' EXOTIC FISH HAVEN 

Iropical Fish CL 1 915 7 

4600 Stockton Blvd. Sacramento, California 

"STLrMBLE IN"— (NOT OUT) 

■The Popular Slop of the District" 

llOi •T" Street Sacramento. California 

AAA AUTO UPHOLSTERY 

Complete Auto Upholstering 
24 17 2 1st Street — Sacramento, California 

"EAST-JAY" MARKET — Gladly Deliver 

Quality Groceries «c Meats— Gl 1-2821 
367} Jay Street — Sacramento. California 

LAMP OF CHINA CAFE 

Exotic Chinese Foods «c Excellent American 

Dishes— 5630 Stockton Blvd. Sacramento. Cal. 



BUYER'S GUIDE • • • 



WOODLAND 



THE STATE THEATER 

Home of Cinemascope and Stereophonic Sound 

426 Mam Street — Woodland. California 

DAN McGREWS AUTO SERVICE 
General Repairing-Complete Automotive Service 
450 West Street MO 2-6665— Woodland. Calif. 

NONPAREIL CLEANERS 

■All That the Name Implies"' 
419 Main Street — Woodland. California 

INDUSTRIAL MOTOR ELECTRIC 
Motor Rewinding and Repairing — MO 2 6774 
4} I Community Lane — Woodland. California 

WOODLAND BODY WORKS 
Auto fcTruck Painting «c Body «c Fender Work 
River Road - Woodland. Calif. — MO 2-B209 

CENTRAL VALLEY LUMBER CO. 

Building Materials — MOhawk 2-7616 
River Road '■.. Mile East of Hwy. 99— Woodland 

BOB'S AUTO SERVICE 

Automatic Transmission Service 

1215 Armlield Ave- Woodland. Cal-MO 2-7208 

FORTNA'S TIRE SHOP & TRUCK TERMINAL 

Diisel Fuel-Tires Batteries-Tire Repairs 
P.O. Box 239-Woodland. Calif. -MO 2-7307-06 

LARRY'S APPLIANCE SERVICE 

Refrigeration - Washers - Small Appliances 
1212 Kentucky Ave- Woodland. Cal-MO 2-4304 

YOLO SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 

Home Loans Insured Savings— MO 2-2818 
509 Main Street — Woodland. California 

E. W. -BUD" LAWRENCE 

Heating - Air Conditioning — Sales-Service 
Telephone MOhawk 2-480 1 —Woodland. Calif. 

T. V. CHRIS^nSON & SONS 

General Mach'ne Work and Welding Jobs 

456 Fifth St. -Woodland, Calif.— MO 2-6067 

R. C. "DICK" LUNT 
Realtor-General Insurance— MO 2-8693 
400 Main Street — Woodland, California 



ALAMEDA 



HELEN'S BEAUTY SHOP 

1204 B Lincoln — LA 2-4630 
ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA 

ALAMEDA MOTORS 

1825 Park — LA 2-4617 
ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA 

MAE'S COFFEE SHOP 

2410 Santa Clara 
ALAMEDA. CALIFORNIA 



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PRICE BROS. FLYING A SERVICE 

Paul Warren - LA 2 9635 
1628 Webster Street — Alameda. California 

R. TTENNANT ELECTRIC 

2303 Clement Avenue - LA 3-7532 

ALAMEDA. CALIFORNIA 

ROY & GUS HYDRA-MATIC SERVICE 

1604 Grand Street — LA 2-3918 
ALAMEDA. CALIFORNIA 

MARY LOU BEAUTY SALON 

Freda Morrison— LAkehurst 2-4818 

23 11 A Santa Clara Avenue — Alameda. Calif. 

ROYAL P. HAULMAN — BUILDER 

1243-A Broadway — LA 2-3797 
ALAMEDA. CALIFORNIA 

LEE'S BEAUTY SALON 

Open Evenings by Appointment — LA 2-8152 
950 Santa Clara Avenue — Alameda. California 

BARNI'S DELICATESSEN 

1434 Webster Street — LA 2-6181 
ALAMEDA. CALIFORNIA 

CHRISTIANSON BROS, 

Hardwood Floors — LA 3-8023 
2144 Encinal Avenue — Alameda, California 



RICHMOND 



SCHNEIDER'S MEN'S WEAR 

801 MacDonald Avenue 

RICHMOND, CALIFORNIA 

HOWARD CATERING SERVICE 

4210 Nevin — Phone BEacon 40626 
RICHMOND, CALIFORNIA 

JONES MORTGAGE CO. 

Real Estate Loans — BE 5-9000 
4300 MacDonald Avenue — Richmond. California 

AL'S SPORTING GOODS 

Everything for the Sportsman 
12669 San Pablo Avenue — Richmond. California 

CLAEYS' SPORTING GOODS 

Wilson Sports Equipment — BEacon 3-0326 
14 18 MacDonald Avenue— Richmond. California 

DICK'S CAMERA SHOP 

(Formerly Rays Camera Shop)— BE 2-6612 
2129 MacDonald Ave. — Richmond. California 

GARDNER SAW WORKS 

All Kinds of Saws Reconditioned BE 2-7268 
37 - 3 7th Street — Richmond. California 

CONN DRUG CO. 

10th & MacDonald— BE 4-1195— 23rd & 

MacDonald— BE 4-4033 - Richmond. California 

NELSON'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 

132 Broadway — BEacon 2-1608 
RICHMOND. CALIFORNIA 

BLUMENFELD'S — Since 1917 

The Family Clothing Store — BE 4 4124 

701 MacDonald Avenue — Richmond, California 



RICHMOND 



RICHARD'S A MORRISON 

General Insurance-Notary Bonds— BE 4 1586 
2207 MacDonald Avenue— Richmond. Californio 



72 1 MacDonald A 



F U R R E R ' S 

inters-Engravers— BE 4 9161 
- Richmond, Califor 



LUIZ RANCHO LIQUORS 

■ By the Bottle or by the Case^ - BE 5-1069 
9)1* Twenty third Street -- Richmond, California 

FERRARI'S FEED STORE 

Poultry Dairy Feeds-Garden Supplies-BE 3-0715 
4 12 South 37th Street — Richmond, California 

SWANK VARIETY 

8 BISSELL AVENUE 
RICHMOND, CALIFORNIA 

LOU'S PRODUCE 

Wholesale — BEacon 5-1134 
2 I St and Chanslor Richmond, California 



OTHER CITIES 



MARY'S GRILL 

1623 San Pablo Avenue — BEacon 4-9772 
EL CERRITO, CALIFORNIA 

C. BETTY FITZ PATRICK 

eal Estate Notary Public — BEacon 4-7656 
1815 Miner Avenue — San Pablo. California 

M. WEAR CHEVRON SERVICE 

2 165 - 13th Street 
SAN PABLO. CALIFORNIA 



RON'S HOUSE OF SEAT COVERS 

Boat Seats - Canvas Work — BEacon 5-9333 
1988 - 23rd Street — San Pablo. California 

A. W. DICKER — Painter 

734 West Orange Ave-— JU 8-6899 
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

ALLEN'S REXALL PHARMACY 

Prescription Specialists — TR 2-6060 
9701 East 14th Street - Oakland. California 

ULIANA NURSERY 

Masut Bros. Props. — TR 2- I 107 
10263 MacArlhur Blvd. — Oakland. California 

JORY MOTORS 

Oakland's Cleanest Used Cars— AN 1-8500 
5406 East 14th Street — Oakland. California 

SAV-MOR LIQUOR STORE NO. 2 

802 - 7th Street — Phone HIgate 4 3079 
OAKLAND. CALIFORNIA 

CITY FRENCH LAUNDRY 

2801 Linden Street — Phone GLencourt I 8583 
OAKLAND. CALIFORNIA 

BILL'S BARBER SHOP 

1 Need Your Head in My Business— LO 9-441 I 
6105 Foothill Boulevard — Oakland, California 

MARIO VOLONTE 
DE SOTO - PLYMOUTH MOTOR CARS 

616 Linden Ave. JU 8-1764 So. San Francisco 

F. D. MINUCCIANI— General Insurance 

Phone JUno 3-9460 — Res. JUno 8-1641 

419 Grand Ave. South San Francisco 

FRANK GIFFRA & SONS 
General Merchandise — Phone JUno 8-1740 

240 Grand Ave. South San Francisco 

MARGARET'S DRESS SHOPS 

Where Prices and Style Meet 

I 129 San Francisco Blvd. Sharp Park. Cailf. 

McCARTY REALTY CO, 

JUno 3-6373— Res.: Diamond 3-1558 
496 San Mateo Avenue San Bruno, California 

GLEASON'S DRESS SHOP 

6335 Mission Street PLaza 5-5636 

Daly City California 

BILL GREEN'S TV AND RADIO SHOP 

489 Huntington Avenue JUno 8-8493 

San Bruno California 



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STAR GROCERY 

3068 Claremont Avenue — OL 2-2490 
BERKELEY. C ALIFORNIA 

THE CHILD'S WARDROBE 

1563 Solano Avenue — LA 5-1044 
BERKELEY. CALIFORNIA 



IMPERIAL CHINA & GLASS CO. 

695 THORTON 
SAN LEANDRO. CALIFORNIA 

DONOHOE AND CARROLL 

PL 5-5251 — MO 4-5449 
COLMA. CALIFORNIA 



THE RELISH BAKERY 

Wedding Parties & Birthday Cakes— PL 5-9942 
^^S6 Mission Street — Daly City. California 



SEYMOURS PAINT AND WALLPAPER 

Boysen's Paint Dealer— PL 5-0288-5-0340 
3 15 So. Mayfair Ave. — Daly City. Californi, 

ALLEN TIRE SALES 

I 1175 San Pablo Avenue — LA 6-2314 
EL CERRITO. CALIFORNIA 



HOPPY'S MIXED DRINKS 

P. O. 336 
SOQUEL, CALIFORNIA 



UNIQUE TAILORING— Expert Alterations 

exclusive lailoring for Men and Ladies 
603 Soquel Ave— Santa Cru z, Calif.— GA 3-2332 

HARRIS & MARTIN MFG. CO 

<; ,^ L ' y"<^=" Avenue— JUno 3-1862 
South San Francisco California 



,«7 n THE HUB— Women's Apparel 
Q .u /''"c-'^^^'""=— Telephone JUno 8-7926 
South San Francisco Californii 




JENNINGS PHARMACY 
« .u c S""'^ Avenu^-JUno 8- 7 1 44 
south ban Francisco Califor 



CAUFORNIA MARKET 

^^^'■^;^'o<^"'^s-?ro7.en Foods-Money Orde 
Q. Quiaot-Notary Public — Florin. Califor 



MEYERS FORD SALES 

Ford Sales and Service 
Elk Grove. California 



BABY MEMBER HAS GOOD SHOOTING 
EYE. Walt Van Dehey, S. F. P. D. is coming 
along in great shape since becoming the 
"baby member" of the police team. Walt shot 
a neat possible in the timed fire match at 
Oakland. To add to the score, he had 13 Xs. 



l^A ^^,^■ yf- DICKER— Painter 
o/..?-,.'*^**' Orange Avenue — JU 8-6899 
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



SHERMAN TRAILER REPAIR 

Maintenance Inside or Out — PLa?a 6 077 7 
1700 El Camino Real-Sou^h San Franc isco Cal. 

SKAGIT GROCERY & SERVICE 

18th and Highway 99 
Yucaipa, California 



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SARATOGA 



BIG BASIN WAY 



GRIFFITHS & 
POWERS 

Real Estate & Insurance 
Harry Powers 

REgent 6-2222 

300 So. Murphy Ave. 
Sunnyvale, Calif. 



CALIFORNIA 



Pchrt/my-March, 19 1'S 

VERN'S MOBIL 
SERVICE 

Lubrication ■ W^ashing 
Polishing - Tuneup 

• 
Phone YO 7-9623 

123 W. Bayshore Hwy. 

Next to Mountain View Motel 

Mountain View, Calif. 



L 



Bob's Appliance 
Repair 

Scotch Prices-Scotch Quality 

TV Sets - Refrigerators - Stoves 

Dryers - Washing Machines 

SALES AND REPAIRS 

YORKSHIRE 8-4243 

778 Alviso Road 
Mountain View, Calif. 




MARGIE'S 

Clothes-A-Clean 
Laundry 

Shirts & Pants Finished 

899 MoFFETT Blvd. 
Mountain View, Calif. 




Caputo & Chapman 

Brick and Stone Contractors 



EM 6-0783 

164 Atherwood 
Redwood City, Calif. 



THE ANTLERS 

The Best in German Cooking 

Imported Beer and Wine 
Gerry and Anne Druhn 

• 
Phone WH 8-9038 

4700 El Camino Real 
Los Altos, Calif. 



Dick's Furniture 

Neiv and Used 

Buy, Sell or Trade 



Office CHerry 8-2260 

4587 El Camino Real 
Santa Clara, Calif. 



I ,„u„ii)-ALiir/}, 19^8 



POLICi: AND P1;AC1' Oll-ICr.RS JOURNAL 



Page 41 




LETTERS^^JL, EDITOR 



Gentlemen; 

I want to return your Greetings And 
Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous 
19'>8 and wish you and your staff, also 
the magazine, the same. 

I have enjoyed receiving your magazine, 
have obtained a lot of information from 
its contents and enjoyed reading it very 
muth. It really paints a real picture of 
the Police Departments of the State of 
dlifornia. 

I do not know whether you have the 
information of how I got onto your mail- 
ing list. O. P. Warner, your man Friday, 
(former Journal editor) was a cousin 
of mine. He and I were very friendly with 
one another and he continued mailing me 
your magazine. Since his death, you have 
continued to do the same and I want to 
thank you very much. Sincerely yours, 
(Sgd) Kenneth E. Morrison 
Judge of Superior Court 
Department 2, 
Santa Ana, California 



VALLEY VIEW 
PACKING CO. 

Groivers - Packers 
Shippers 

Export — Domestic 
Ctilif on/ill Dried Fruits 



Code: Calpack 

Cable Address: Valview 

Office and Plant: 

725 Almaden Road 
San Jose, Calif. 



TO THE 



Editor: 

The Point Arena City Council voted 
3-2 to abolish the City Marshall's office 
on January n. 

The protest of letters signed by over 
200 people and with 51 citizens present 
at the meeting — those in the saddle over- 
ruled the wishes of the majority to retain 
their City Marshal. 

Point Arena has been incorporated since 
1908, and now has a population of 481. 
Bill Sandlin is the last of the men in Cali- 
fornia to pack a star titled "City Mar- 
sh.il.- 

(Sgd) B. S. 
Point Arena, Calif. 



CHET'S MARKET 

Groceries - Meats - Tobacco 

Beer - Wine 
Chester Roberts, Prop. 



498 West Julian Street 
I San Jose, Calif. 



RICHFIELD 

John Tonner 
Tune Up — Brake Work 



Phone CYpress 1-1671 

1604 McKee Road 
San Jose, Calif. 



SPOT GROCERY 

Manager Vera 



Editor: 

Chas. W. Dullea, Jessie Cook, William 
Hutton, Mr. Crocker, Duncan Matthew- 
son, Daniel J. O'Brien. (Picture identifi- 
cation.) 

(Sgd) F. Bittles 
"iSl Geneva Avenue 
San Francisco, Calif. 

Dear Mr. Editor: 

After 34 years in the S. F. Police De- 
partment, I have retired and have changed 
my residence and I was wondering if you 
would also mail my copy of the POLICK 
Journal to my new address as I enjoy 
the magazine very much. I thank you. 

(Sgd) F. Buckenmeyer 
Rt. 1,640 Pratt Ave. 
St. Helena, Calif. 

Dear Sirs: 

At present I am studying Police Science 
at Fullerton Junior College, although I 
am on active duty with the United States 
Navy. As I definitely plan to make police 
work my career, I would like to subscribe 
to your monthly publication. Police and 
Peace Officers' Journal. 

Please send any necessary forms for the 
ordering of the above to me. 

Very Respectfully, 
(Sgd) Joseph A. Harberth 



Valley View 
Packing Co. 

Groivers, Packers and Shippers 

EXPORT — DOMESTIC 
California Dried Fruits 

an 9-1275 

725 Almaden Road 
San Jose, Calif. 



LINCOLN PASTRY SHOP 

FINE PASTRY 
S. TIUTA AND M. BRIDGES 



CYpress 5-'>666 

201 delmas 



1007 LINCOLN AVENUE 



CALIFORNIA 



CALIFORNIA 



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Fehruary-Mitrch, 19'^S 



UNITED 
TRAILER SALES 

Paul Goldfarb 
Hal Mandell 
Sales Manager 

• 
CYpress 4-5827 

2240 South First Street 
San Jose, Calif. 



AUTO CHANGES AMERICA 



JERRY'S 

CARPET MART, INC. 

Carpets and Draperies 
Jerry N. Davis, Owner 

• 
CYpress 5-6056 

1177 Lincoln Avenue 

(Willow Glen) 

San Jose, Calif. 



Mission Market 

Groceries - Meats - Vegetables 

Raymond Bursese and 

Sam Tocascio 



Phone CY 4-5647 

650 Delmas Avenue 
San Jose, Calif. 



CORONET 
ICE CREAM CO. 

Jack H. Chamberlain 



CYpress 4-0872 

1286 Lincoln Avenue 
San Jose, Calif. 



When in the year 1900 American auto- 
motive manufacturers turned out a total 
of 4,192 motor vehicles to surpass for the 
first time the output of carriage and wagon 
makers, they started a trend in transpor- 
tation, points out the National Automobile 
Club, that was to change the face of Amer- 
ica. 

In the year 1900 the American farmer 
found the road to town was a long and 
muddy one and one that he seldom cared 
to take. If his farm wasn't near a railroad 
he produced almost exclusively for local 
consumption. The American businessman 
in the city found that transportation was 
slow and that he had to live near the place 
where he worked if he wanted to get 
there on time. As a result cities were small 
and tightly packed. 

Today the American farmer finds that 
the road to town is a broad sweeping all- 
weather highway and one that he often 
takes. He finds that his products can be 
shipped swiftly and surely by means of 
fast-moving trucks over a great network of 
roads. And the American businessman, 
tired by a day in the hum of the city, can 
climb into his car and drive home at night 
to his home in the country. The American 
city has spread out, has become surround- 



BRUCE 

CHURCH 

INC. 

Packers 



P. O. BOX 559 

SALINAS 
CALIFORNIA 



ed by quiet suburban and residential areas. 

The whole population has become fluid 
and has given itself over to moving about. 
While in 1900 the average American sel- 
dom strayed more than 200 miles from his 
home, today he thinks nothing at all of 
taking to the road for a 2,000 mile trip 
during his summer vacation. Our recrea- 
tional travel has broadened out tremen- 
dously and mass attendance at such places 
as parks, golf courses, theaters, and sports 
stadiums has become possible. 

And what does the future hold? Al- 
ready we have inklings of that in the 
trends that have been established. Car out- 
put continues to increase and within the 
next generation there should be some 70,- 
000,000 cars on the road. Broader and 
more streamlined highways are linking 
our centers of population in ever more 
skillfully engineered ways. The motor car 
is steadily working its changes in the mod- 
ern American scene. 



HISTORIC BUILDINGS 

Sacramento has more historic buildings 
dating from the American pioneer period 
than any other city in California, reports 
the California State Automobile Associa- 
tion. 



Mike N. Matulich 

Dry Pack Lettuce 



HA 4-3341 

P. O. Box 122 
SALINAS, CALIF. 



JOE MOSSOLO 
TRUCKING CO. 



HA 4-7205 

337 Rossi Street 
SALINAS, CALIF. 



Februdiy-Manh, 19'<8 



VOUCH AND PliACE Ol-l"ICERS JOURNAL 



Pa^e -ii 



SOUTH CITY WELL POLICED 



The biggest little city in the West! 

The population numbers 38,000 souls 
and the police force has 3"> men to ad- 
minister the law — more than 1000 people 
per officer. 

Three are sergeants, one a captain, and 
the balance patrolmen. Louis Belloni is 
the chief. 

This is South San Francisco with more 
than UK) large industries in its area. There 
are the largest canned meat companies, 
cookie and candy factories, paint plants. 
plus the two largest motels in Northern 
California. Two huge air lines quarter 
there. 

In the city proper are sixteen churches, 
a large park, several schools and thirty- 
eight taverns. 

Suburbs Protected 

Brentwood and Buri Buri, two small 
suburbs are also part of South City. 

To guard this small but active town, 
under Chief Belloni are Captain August 
Terragno, Sergeants Mario Blandini, Ber- 
nie Esparza and Vince Beanchini, and the 
patrolmen who are also radio car opera- 
tors. The radios are the three-way type. 

The South City jail is the only one on 
the Peninsula, next to Redwood City, 



Marshall-Newell 
Supply Company 

PLaza 6-2400 — JUno 3-9230 

Airport Blvd. & 
Utah Avenue 

South San Francisco, 
California 



VELLA'S TEXACO SERVICE 

LUBRICATION — TIRES — BATTERIES 

PLaza 6 9955 
100 HICKEY BOULEVARD 

Opposite Winston Super Market 
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



SWIFT & CO. 



SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



hy Kaihlein Bi.air 




where they receive prisoners of the Cali- 
fornia Highway Patrol, the Sheriff's Office, 
Broadmoor and their own town. 

It is one of the rare cities in booming 
California where the streets are cleared 
by 10 p.m. with only a few people out 
later in this hard-working, early rising 
community. A city ordinance prohibiting 
the misuse of alcohol is strictly enforced 
and abuse means jail. 



DAVE LUDWIG'S 




Charcoal Broiled before your eyes 

Open Daily and Sundays 

for Dinner 

For reservations call PLaza 6-2920 

JuNiPERO Serra Blvd. 

COLMA, CALIFORNIA 



ED CASTAGNETTOS 

Copperwood Lodge 

Finest Cuisine 



Lobster 



Chicken 



Steak 

Dinners 

Private Luncheon Parties 

COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

PLaza 5-4653 

1197 Hillside Blvd. 

I Mile South of Daly City 

COLMA, CALIF. 



Vandalism Love 

The South City system for catching 
prowlers is without a doubt unusual — 
and effective. Vandalism is kept to a min- 
imum with an effective patrol system that 
finds the cars crossing and recrossing on 
a pattern that makes prowling and delin- 
quency very unhealthy. 

On the desk to answer the calls as they 
come in are Lou Paglierani, 20, Lou Nuri- 
sio, 22, Ralston Eng, 23, and Ted Silvas. 
Record man is Richard Canziani. 

Jim Keane and Irv Varney are on mo- 
torcyc Ics. 

John Fabbri, inspector for South City, 
has the difficult job of attempting to solve 
all major crimes in the area, thereby mak- 
ing his job one of the hardest and longest 
on the force. He does an excellent job. 

These then are just a few of the men 
who took an oath to defend with their 
very lives, the property, the rights, the 
lives of the citizens of South San Fran- 
cisco. 

They are brave men — alert men, dedi- 
cated men — they are the South San Fran- 
cisco Police Department. 

Children Precious 
But they have still another chore, per- 
haps even more important to the com- 
munity — safeguarding the lives of their 
children. 

The horribly mangled body of a small 
child lying dead beneath the wheels of a 
car just before Christmas one year was 
enough to make a new and rigid code for 
the community to enforce among all their 



INTERNATIONAL PAINT CO. 

SOUTH LINDEN AND TANFORAN AVENUE 
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

COLMA GOLF RANGE 

Open Daily S A.M. to 10 P.M. 

3405 Junipero Serra Boulevard . 
PLaza 5-8140 
COLMA CALIFORNIA 

PLaza 6. 5055 

SERRA MATERIALS 

CONCRETE BLOCK - BRICK - FLAGSTONE 

PATIO MATERIALS - SAND - GRAVEL 

CEMENT - MIXERS AND EQUIPMENT FOR 

RENT 

345 1 JUNIPERO SERRA BOULEVARD 
COLMA CALIFORNIA 



P<>ge 44 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



February-March, 19'>8 



school children. Chief of Police Louis 
Belloni gave Allen Klemme, 28, and the 
father of two children the task. 

Allen has been the Juvenile officer and 
only recently has taken on the new and 
worthy task of organizing Junior Traffic 
Safety, 

The record number of auto-bicycle ac- 
cidents reached a new all-time high and 
sparked the new Safety Education Cam- 
paign in the community. 

Talks And Films 

Officer Klemme has already given many 
talks and shown innumerable films re- 
cently to more than 7,000 children in both 
private and public schools dealing with 
traffic safety. 

In telling about this work, Chief Bel- 
loni stated: "The amount of auto-bike ac- 
cidents now is very definitely below aver- 
age when you remember that there are 
2,257 bikes registered in this city this 
year." 

As part of the program, the Lion's Club 
in So. San Francisco has donated a trophy 
to be given the school with the best safety 
Patrol, and the American Automobile As- 
sociation will view the new patrol oper- 
ations early this spring. 

Children are a precious commodity to 
the loyal men of the South City Police 
Force. 

CONtPLIMENTS OF 

JOHN FERRARI 

BANK OF AMERICA 
COLMA, CALIFORNIA BRANCH 

COLMA CALIFORNIA 

BIG BEAR LUMBER CO. 

LUMBER — BUILDING MATERIALS 
BUILDERS' HARDWARE 

PLaza 5-1242 
3101 JUNIPERO SERRA BOULEVARD 

COLMA CALIFORNIA 



JACK BALDWIN 

REAL ESTATE— MORTGAGES 

San Francisco and Peninsula 

Properties 

PLaza 5-7850 

TRINITY COMPANY 

6779 Mission Street 
Daly City, Calif. 



ART COLVIN 

Real Estate — Insurance 



PL 5-1000 
1999 JUNIPERO Serra 

Daly City, Calif. 



Banquet Accommodations 
For Any Occasion 

JOE'S OF 
WESTLAKE 

Fine Foods 
• Cocktails 
Bruno Scatena, Owner 

PLaza 5-7400 

Lake Merced Boulevard 

at Alemany 

Daly City, Calif. 



STOPS NOT PERMANENT 

The driver who is confronted by a stop 
sign at a through highway is obliged to 
stop. He is not obliged to renounce his 
right of way indefinitely or to wait for any 
great length of time for a break in the 
stream of traffic to come along, according 
to the National Auto Club. 

Once he has come to a complete stop 
and has yielded the right of way to vehi- 
cles on the through highway that are close 
enough to constitute an immediate hazard, 
he may proceed "and the drivers of all 
other vehicles approaching on that part of 
the roadway protected by the stop sign 
shall yield the right of way to the vehicle 
so about to enter or cross such protected 
part of the roadway." (California Vehicle 
Code, Section 552.) 

Letting that driver into the stream of 
traffic after he has stopped at the stop sign 
is not just a matter of being courteous. It 
is a matter of obeying the law. This is an 
aspect of the law that too many drivers 
seem to know too little about. 



GIGLI COMPANY 

(Say "Gee-Lee") 
PLUMBING AND HEATING NEEDS 

Installation — Repair — Service 



PL S-4I70 
6830-44 MISSION STREET 



DALY CITY 



CALIFORNIA 



J. N. PITCHER CO. 

FOUNDATION DRILLING — TEST BORING 
DRILLED PILINGS — DEEP WATER WELLS 



PLaz 



5-0550 



682S MISSION STREET 



DALY CITY 



CALIFORNIA 



ASSOCIATED POULTRY CO. 

DRESSED MILK-FED POULTRY 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

PL 5-5868 — PL 5-5869 

7339 MISSION STREET 

DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 



PLAZA-JUNIPER 
ANSWERING SERVICE 

per — PLaza — DEla 
24-HOUR SERVICE 



JU 



PL 5-4556 
512 -90TH STREET 



CALIFORNIA 



DALY CITY DRUG CO. 

Fast Free Delivery to Daly City, 

Westlake, Broadmoor Areas 

9 A.M. — 10 P.M. 



PL 5-1445 
6331 MISSION STREET 



CALIFORNIA 



Kockos Realty 

Offices to Serve 
Your Local Needs 

PL 6-3500 — Daly City 
JU 6-4100 — San Francisco 
EL 9-0000 — Coastside 
JU 3-1100 — San Bruno 

Look for the Sign of the 

BIG RED "K" 
And You'll be SOLD ! ! ! 



B & G MARKET 

GROCERIES — MEATS 
FRESH FRUITS — VEGETABLES 

PL 5-9941 
584 HILLSIDE BOULEVARD 

DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 



ACE MEAT COMPANY 

DIAMOND BRAND 

PL 6-0995 

6324 MISSION STREET 

DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 



rJn//.in-M.in/'. I9\': 



POI.ICr AND PF.ACE OiriCrRS' lOURNAI. 



Piige I 




SOirrH ClTi' CHILDREN AT W ORK- 
Breck MaiClaren, Judith Olsen, Kathleen 



-Here, from left to right, is Juvenile Officer Allen 
Brotk and Police Chief Louis Belloni discussing the 



Klemme with school patrol Philip Necholis, 
South San Francisco traffic safety program. 



SHERMAN 
THOMAS 

Alfalfa - Hay 
Cotton - Dairy 



OR 4-6468 
25810 Avenue ii 
MADERA, CALIF. 



STATE FARM INSURANCE 
COMPANIES 

Earl Noxon — Bud Capurro, Agents 
AUTO — LIFE — FIRE 

PLaza 5. 9605 
6798 MISSION STREET 

At WesUake Avenue 
DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 



GINO'S CLUB 

COCKTAILS 
GINO BALDOCCHI 

PLaza 5-9871 

7123 MISSION STREET 

DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 



Dick's Liquors 

Free Deli very 



Phone EL 4-1170 

57 N. Santa Cruz Ave. 
Los Gatos, Calif. 



WEST COAST 

GROWERS & 

PACKERS, INC. 

Cinderella U Blondte Raisins 



Codes: Calpack, Speedkode 
Private Cable Address: Wesco 

TW 6-2140 

1445 Nebraska Ave. 
SELMA, CALIF. 



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POLICE AND PEACE OETICERS' JOURNAL 



February-Maich, 1938 



$51 BILLION FOR NEW ROADS 



The Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956 
paved the way for at least 51 billion dol- 
lars' worth of new roads, roads that will 
enable increasing numbers of motorists to 
move about the nation easier, quicker, and 
safer. 

• Backbone of the entire 13-year road- 
building program, according to the Na- 
tional Automobile Club, is a 41,000-mile 
network called the National System of In- 
ter-State and Defense Highway. These key 
roads will join every state of the Union, 
42 of the state capitals and 209 of the 232 
cities of more than 50,000 population. 

They will cut the country eight times 
from north to south and four times from 
coast to coast. They are being planned to 
handle the transit demands of 1975, with 
as many as eight lanes of divided traffic. 
Roads that are not eight lanes will have 
enough right-of-way so they can be wid- 
ened later, if necessary. 

The highways will be of the "limited 
access" type. Railroads and cross roads 
will pass over or under the Inter-State Sys- 
tem, enabling motorists to drive unhamp- 
ered by cross traffic or stop signs. 

The work on the Inter-State System and 



.»»»». y 



Merrill Farms and 

Merrill Packing 

Company 



HA 4-7365 

P. O. Box 659 

SALINAS, CALIF. 



the other aspects of the giant program will 
constitute the largest construction project 
ever undertaken. The Panama Canal was 
a mere 633-million-dollar affair. 

This outlay of 51 billion dollars will 
create an estimated 270,000 individual 
construction jobs by 1961, the year the 
program will be in high gear. In addition, 
countless more jobs will be created in sup- 
plying industries — machinery, cement, 
steel, off-site engineers, and the like. 

The Inter-State System projects alone 
will consume 5.2 million tons of steel in 
a single year, roughly one-sixteenth of the 
nation's total yearly steel output. In the 
third year, when the cement-pouring 
reaches a peak, it will need 112 million 
barrels of cement. 

Part of the 51 billion dollars will be put 
up by the Federal government, and the 
rest will be paid by the states according 
to their grants from the Federal govern- 
ment. 

The program will be costly in terms of 
capital investment, but it will be a sound 
investment. It is estimated that the aver- 
age driver, covering 9,000 miles, will be 
able to save about $90 a year in operating 



Frank Raiter 
Canning Co. 

Division of 

SAN XAVIER FISH PACKING 

COMPANY 

A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION 

Quality Packers of California 
Canned Fruits and Vegetables 

Salinas, California 



KIM BROS. 

Reedley Nursery 

Packers & Shippers 



Phone 750 

P. O. Box 587 

REEDLEY, CALIF. 



costs. His additional taxes levied to finance 
the program will be approximately |7 an- 
nually. 

More importantly, points out the Na- 
tional Automobile Club, highway experts 
predict that the new roads will save 3,500 
lives annually, through properly engi- 
neered curves and grades, divided traffic 
lanse, planned access, and other modern 
highway design factors. 

Mecca, located in Riverside County, is 
reported by the National Automobile Club 
to be 189 feet below sea level. 



WARMKE & 
WOODWARD 

HO 4-8721 

825 Bank of America 

Building 

Stockton, Calif. 






HOLMAN'S 
Pacific Grove 

67 Years 
The Peninsulars 
Shopping Center 

46 Departments 

Charge Accounts 

S&H Green Stamps 

DAILY DELIVERY 

Free Parking 

542 Lighthouse Avenue 
Pacific Grove, Calif. 



hru,..>)-AUiiih, 195S POLICE AND PEACE Ol'FICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 47 




•n FRHhW A^ S with their tloverlcaf patterns and elevated roadways help sohe California's ever-increasing motor traffic. On the 
* north along the Eastshore Freeway in Hayward and on the right is an aerial view of the Bayshore Freeway-Third Ave. Inter- 
in San Maleo. (Pictures from the California Highuay ami Public Works Magazine.) 



HK.H SPEED FREhW A^S 
left is a view 
change area 



H AND H 

LUMBER 

COMPANY 



Phone FR 5-9887 

Del Monte Ave. and 
Del Rey Blvd. 

P. O. Bin X 

SEASIDE, CALIF. 



RUNAWAY AUTOS 

Any damage caused by a motor vehicle 
which runs away on a hill street must be 
reported by the owner of the vehicle to the 
proper authorities and to those whose 
property is involved, says the California 
State Automobile Association. 

Motor vehicles that plunge down grades 
because they are improperly parked or 
slip their brakes are one of the hazards of 
the motor age in hilly or mountain com- 
munities. Owners of runaway vehicles 
sometimes also fail to report such accidents 
to the proper police authorities and to 
give their names and address to the owners 
of the property destroyed. 

The AAA motorists' organization re- 
ports that the law has been strengthened 
to make it exceedingly uncomfortable for 
anyone guilty of failure to make proper 
notifications. The new law requires a per- 
son whose vehicle escapes on a slope and 
causes destruction of property to make a 
full report to the police, sheriff or State 
Highway Patrol or be guilty of a hit-and- 
run violation. 



CHANSLOR- WESTERN OIL AND 
DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 

■ Chanslor-Canfield Midway 
P Division 

4S49 PRODUCE PLAZA 
LOS ANGELES 58 CALIFORNIA 



ROBERTSON 
TRUCKING 

Phone MO 5-3741 
X/^A/ MO 5-2781 

128 E. Robertson Blvd. 

p. O. Box 417 

Chowchilla, Calif. 



DEL MONTE 

LUMBER 

COMPANY 

A Board or a Carload 



FRontier 2-4279 
2340 Del Monte 
Monterey, Calif. 



WATTS JUNK CO. 

We Buy & Sell Scrap Iron * Steel 
HIGH PRICES PAID 

10117 SOUTH ALAMEDA 
LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA 



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Fehruary-Mitrch. 19^R 




NEW LOS BANGS POLICE CHIEF. John R. Egan is the new Chief of Police for Los Bancs, 
California, replacing retired chief Robert McSwain. Formerly of the Sheriff's Dept in San 
Bernardino County, the new chief directs six officers, a policewoman and three radio operators 
in around the clock protection for the town. 



Coast Counties Land 
Title Co. 

L. L. Dewar 
Executive Vice President 

MONTEREY 
SALINAS 



Del Mar French 
Laundry 

"Fine Service Since 1930" 
Julie Hrepich, Prop. 

• 
FRontier 5-9597 

508 Del Monte Ave. 
Monterey, Calif. 



Ragghianti Shoe 
Repair Shop 



312 Alvarado Street 
Monterey, Calif. 



FR. 2-4280 Res. 



PR. 2-1902 



R. B. Campbell 
Appliances 

Authorized Hoover Dealer 

sales and service 

We Service Vacuum Cleaners, 

Toasters, Irons, Coffee Makers, 

Etc. 

We Take Trade-ins 

Budget Terms 

1180-D Forest Avenue 

PACIFIC GROVE, CALIF. 



FARMERS 

COOPERATIVE 

EXCHANGE 

p. O. BOX 720 
SANTA CRUZ, CALIF. 



FARMERS 

COOPERATIVE 

EXCHANGE 

p. O. BOX 878 
WATSONVILLE, CALIF. 



N. G. PAPAC 
& Sons 

FINE S PAK 

Fresh and Frozen 

Apples • Strawberries 

Melon Balls 

PA 4-4695 
P. O. Box 541 

WATSONVILLE, CALIF. 



GRANITE 

Construction Co. 

Engineering Contractors 



PA 4-4711 

Beach Road 

WATSONVILLE, CALIF. 



Ihlnihiry-MMch, 19'>S 



POLICE AND Pl-ACH OI-FICERS' JOURNAL 



Pagu 49 



VEHICLE CODE CHANGES 



Among imbortant new motoring Lnis 
adofited hy the /9^7 Colijoniia Legisla- 
ture now in effect are those coiering U- 
turns. turns against a red light, teenage 
drivers, turnouts of slown/oring vehicles 
and truck speed limits. 

Uniform U-turns 
Uncertainty existed regarding the mat- 
ter of ni-ikinj; U-turns at a signalized in- 
tersection, particularly in business centers, 
under the former law. Moreover, enforce- 
1 ment of the law regarding such turns 
varied in many communities. The new law 
removes the uncertainty and will tend to 
[ make enforcement more uniform through- 
i out the state. This is the summary of its 
provisions: 

No U-turn can be made at a signalized 
intersection unless a sign at the intersec- 
tion expressly states that such a turn can 
be made. If there is no sign stating that 
a U-turn can be made at a signalized in- 
tersection, then such a turn at the inter- 
section is prohibited. Of course, where a 
U-turn is permitted, it must be made on a 
green or "Go" light and only when such 
a movement will not interfere with vehi- 
cular and pedestrian traffic proceeding as 
directed by the signal. 

Red Licht Turns 

Some uncertainty also existed for motor- 
ists with respect to making turns against 
the red light at signalized intersections. 
This matter has been clarified by the new 
law. 

Right turns against a red light, after 
stopping and waiting for the intersection 
to clear, may be made at any signalized 
intersection in a business center or else- 
where, unless a sign erected at the inter- 
sation forbids such turns. 

Left turns from a one-way street into 
another one-way street may also be made 
against a red light, after stopping and 
waiting for the intersection to clear, unless 



Elwin R. Mann 

Grower and Shipper 

Fresh and Frozen Fruits 

Apples A Specialty 

PA 2-2464 

2838 Freedom Blvd. 
Watsonville, Calif. 



a sign prohibits such turns. 

Drivers should keep in mind, of course, 
that it is never lawful to make a left turn 
against a red light from a one-way street 
into a two-way street, from a two-way 
street into a one-way street or from a two- 
way street into another two-way street. 

Tl-UNACIHRS CURBHI) 

Vitally affected by a series of new laws 
are teenage drivers. Major changes in the 
statutes involving the driving privileges 
of young people cover instruction permits, 
junior permits and the age limit of oper- 
ators. 

Under the new law a driver accompany- 
ing or supervising the driving of the hold- 
er of an instruction permits must be 18 
years or over and must have a valid oper- 
ator's license. Prior to the change, the 
driver accompanying the holder of an in- 
struction permit merely had to be licensed. 
This often resulted in l6-ycar-olds "teach- 
ing" l6-year-olds to drive, a condition 
that created many problems in enforce- 
ment and accident investigation work that 
now can be more effectively controlled. 

Formerly the law permitted the State 
Department of Motor Vehicles to issue 



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WATER 

GiLROY, California 

Phone ENterprise 1-1532 

HoLLisTER, California 

Phone NA 3-4858, collect 

San Juan Bautista, Calif. 

Phone NA 3-4858 

JOHN CULLIGAN 



Arthur S. Nyland 

Grouer — Shipper 



San Juan Brand POTATOES 
San Juan Brand GARLIC 



I San Jaun Bautista, Calif. 






junior operator license to rural area boys 
and girls between the ages of ll and lf>, 
but not to urban residents. The theory was 
that lack of adequate transportation facili- 
ties in farm or ranch districts made if ad- 
visable to extend driving privileges to 
some qualified 14- and 15-year olds re- 
siding in those areas. 

No Distinction 

The new law makes no distinction be- 
tween rural and urban residents, but sets 
up a program of issuing "junior permits" 
based upon need to any qualified person 
between 1 1 and 16 years of age, and abol- 
ishes the junior operator's license. 

Upon application, successful completion 
of tests and compliance with all Vehicle 
Code requirements for minors, a 14- or 
15-year old may be issued a junior [K-rmit 
when, in the opinion of the Motor Vehicle 
Department, any one or more of the fol- 
lowing circumstances exist: 

1. School or other transportation facil- 
ities are inadequate for regular attendance 
at school and at activities authorized by 
the school. The application for a junior 
permit shall be accompanied by a signed 
statement from the school principal veri- 
fying such facts. A junior permit issued 
under this provision is restricted to oper- 
ating a vehicle from the residence to the 
school and return. 

2. Reasonable transportation facilities 
are inadequate and operation of a vehicle 
by a minor is necessary due to illness of a 
family member. The application shall be 



ROY JAMESON 
& SON 

Contract Carriers 

225 SECOND Street 

PO 2-7384 

Petaluma, Calif. 

2205 East Nadeau 
Los Angeles, Calif. 



IDEAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, 
INC. 

Texas 0-47S1 

3813 HOKE AVENUE 

CULVER CITY CALIFORNI.A 



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BEST WISHES 

JAMES A. MILLER 

"BE COURTEOUS AND DRIVE SAFELY" 

215 WEST SEVENTH STREET 
LOS-ANGELES CALIFORNIA 

BEST REGARDS 

FRED L LESTOE COMPANY 

■■SPEED KILLS- 

712 SOUTH OLIVE STREET 

LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA 

LAREO. INC. 

ELECTRIC WATER COOLERS 

2409 SAN FERNANDO ROAD 
LOS ANGELES 65 CALIFORNIA 

TRinily 7555 

OSCAR F. KRAFT & CO. 

"UNLISTED SECURITIES" 

530 ■WEST SIXTH STREET 
LOS ANGELES 14 CALIFORNIA 



SIEBERT'S MARKET 

FRESH MEATS - GROCERIES 
BEER - WINE - SUNDRIES 

24696 EAST FOURTH STREET 
SAN BERNARDINO CALIFORNIA 

FOR EVERYTHING ELECTRIC CALL 

UNITED ELECTRIC 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING 

TU 2 00 14 

460 -WEST FORTIETH 

SAN BERNARDINO CALIFORNIA 



BEST WISHES 

GOLD & NEEDLEMAN 

"Less Speed and More Courtesy in Driving" 

121 SOUTH BEVERLY DRIVE 

BEVERLY HILLS CALIFORNIA 

DORSEY'S LIQUORS 

LIQUORS - WINE - BEEIR 

DELICATESSEN - ICE CUBES 

Open Daily 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. except 

Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 m. 

Klmberly 3-4757 
1411 EAST FIRST STREET 

SANTA ANA CALIFORNIA 



accompanied by a signed statement from 
a physician familiar with the condition, 
containing a diagnosis and probable date 
■when sufficient recovery ■will have been 
made to terminate the emergency. 

3. Transportation facilities are inade- 
quate, and use of a motor vehicle is nec- 
essary in the transportation to and from 
the emloyment of the applicant and the 
applicant's income from such employment 
is essential in the support of the family, 
or where the applicant's operation of a 
motor vehicle is essential in an enterprise 
from which an appreciable portion of the 
income of the family will be derived. The 
application shall be accompanied by a 
signed statement from the pareats or 
guardian, setting forth the reasons a per- 
mit is necessary under this provision of 
the law. 

Some Refused 

The existence of public transportation 
which has stops at reasonable intervals 
within one mile of the residence of the 
applicant may be considered adequate 
grounds for refusal of a junior permit. 
Moreover, if the conditions or location of 
residence change prior to the expiration of 
the permit, the permit may be cancelled. 

The Motor "Vehicle Department must 
also impose proper restrictions upon jun- 
ior permits in accordance with the condi- 
tions under which they are used and ap- 
propriate to the area in which they are to 
be used. It may revoke any permit when 
this is necessary for the welfare of the 
minor in the interest of society or if it is 
determined that the permittee has oper- 
ated a vehicle in violations of restrictions. 
When the holder of a junior permit 
reaches 16 years of age, he must then of 
course apply for a regular operator's li- 
cense. 

No one under the age of 16 years can 
obtain a regular operator's license except 
young people I5V2 years old who have 
successfully completed in California a sec- 
ondary course in behind-the-wheel driver 
training. 

Turnout Rules 

Slow-moving vehicles that build up 



Pioneer Savings & 
Loan Association 

3245 ■WILSHIRE BOULEVARD 

Los Angeles, California 

LONG BEACH - SANTA MONICA 
HUNTINGTON PARK - BURBANK 



Gourmet Pantry 

Fancy Foods and Beverages 
of Fine Quality 



Klmberly 2-3654 

1327 N. Main Street 
Santa Ana, Calif. 



Complivients of 

Smith & Tuthill 
Mortuary 

Ralph W. Gordon, Manager 
Telephone KImberly 2-0574 

518 N. Broadway 
Santa Ana, Calif. 



Security for Life 



One of the finest homes for retired 
gentlefolk in all the southland is Santa 
Ana's Easier Home. 
Here both life memberships that guar- 
antee complete security for life and 
month-to-month accommodations are 
available. 

A complete home with every facility, 
the Basler Home welcomes inquiries. 

STATE LICENSED 

The Basler Home 

1015 N. Broadway 
Santa Ana, Calif. 



C & M Meat 
Packing Corp. 

Don Cameron 
Thomas Monleon 

• 

2501 Cleveland Ave. 
National City, Calif. 



Vchrihiry-Manh, I9''S 



poLici- AND pi;a(;i; oii-ici-rs journal 



Page 5/ 



lon^ lines of trafVic behind them on to- 
day's heavily-used highways present a seri- 
ous problem. The dilliculty can be partially 
solved, particularly on two-lane highways, 
by making such vehicles turn out at prop- 
erly designated points to allow other vehi- 
cles to pass. The new law on this point 
reads : 

"On a two-lane highway where passing 
is unsafe because of tratlic in the opposite 
direction or other conditions, a slow-mov- 
ing vehicle, behind which tivc or more ve- 
hicles are formed in a line, shall turn off 
the highway at the nearest place desig- 
nated as a turnout by signs erected by the 
authority ha\ ing jurisdiction over the 
, ^ 

Kenskill Trailer 
I Corp. 

11321 Goss Street 

j Sun Valley, Calif. 
I 

I ST 7-1141 



Shaffer Tool Works 



J a 9-2134 

P. O. Box 398 
Brea, California 



STONE'S LIQUOR 

"In the Miracle Block" 

Imported Wines, Liquors, Beer 
Open Daily 8 a.m. to Midnight 
Friday and Saturday till 2 a.m. 



GA 4-9988 

765 Palm Avenue 
Imperial Beach, Calif. 




AC 3-9222 

Best Wishes From 

Brown Bottle 

I.ARRY AND HELEN 

THE OLDEST BAR FIXTURE 
IN SAN DIEGO 

4970 Voltaire Street 
Ocean Beach, California 



INSPECTOR IS CRACK SHOT! Henry Kind 
is an excellent marksman as proved in the 
S. F. Police Pistol matches when his 501 in 
the Inspector's Sharpshooters Class won him 
a S25 Bond from the Police Jolrnal. 

highway, in order to permit the vehicles 
following it to proceed. 

'As used in this section a slow-moving 
vehicle is one which is proceeding at a 



LA RUSSA & 

SONS, INC. 

Plastering — Lathing & 
Drywall Contractors 



HO 9-4165 

8130 Commercial 
La Mesa, Calif. 



AC 3-9226 




Best Wishes 




LITI CKER ' 


s 


sporting GOODS 




Groceries and Fancy Foods 




4955 Voltaire Street 




Ocean Beach, Californ 


a 



Phone AC 3-9063 

Best Wishes 

Homer's Variety 
Store 

UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP 
BILL AND CAROL FARRELL 

Shades Replaced on Your Rollers 
— No Labor Charge 

4871. Newport Avenue 
Ocean Beach, California 



HARVEY'S 

Club Venezia 

Choice Steaks - Sea Foods 
Cocktails 

Lunches Served Daily 
1 1 :00 A.M. till 2 :00 P.M. 

Phone HO 9-6344 

7664 Broadway 
Lemon Grove, Calif. 



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BR 3-8631 

. . . Best Wishes . . . 

Bresser's Food 
Market 

Specializhig in 
SERVICE and FRIENDLINESS 
Open 7 Days — 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. 

1873 GARNET STREET 

(Across from Brown Military 

Academy 

Pacific Beach, Calif. 



Phone GL 4-4045 

Best Wishes 

LA FIESTA 

RESTAURANT 

La JoUa's Newest, Most Beautiful 

Mexican Restaurant 

"Take-With-You" Orders 

5462 La Jolla Boulevard 
La Jolla, California 



Cotnpliments of 

Len's Liquor House 

* 

740 National Ave. 
National City, Calif. 



rate of speed less than the normal flow 
of traffic at the particular time and place." 

This law applies to private passenger 
cars as well as to trucks, cars hauling 
trailers and other vehicles. 

Further effort by the Legislature to min- 
imize the congestion of traffic behind slow- 
moving vehicles is embodied in the law on 
designated truck lanes. The California De- 
partment of Public Works on state high- 
ways, or a local authority on highways 
under its jurisdiction, may designate a spe- 
cific lane or specific lanes on which heavy 
vehicles with three or more axles must 
travel. These lanes, however, must be de- 
termined on the basis of an engineering 
and traffic study definitely indicating that 
the safe and orderly movement of traffic 
would be facilitated by the special traffic 
designation. The authority must also erect 
signs at reasonable intervals giving notice 
of the lanes to be used by slow-moving 
vehicles. 

Safe Truck Speeds 

a problem frequently in the public 
limelight in recent years is the speed of 
heavy trucks on state highway down- 
grades. Under a new law the California 
Department of Public Works is given au- 
thority to revise the 45-mile-an-hour speed 
limit for trucks on descending grades, the 
revision to be determined on the basisof 
engineering, vehicle equipment and traffic 

Best Wishes from j 

Leonardo's Cafe 
Italia 

Spaghetti— Ravioli— PIZZA 
BEER — WINE 

Phone BE 4-4893 

2061 India Street 
San Diego, Calif. 



Walter Andersen 
Nursery 




San Diego's Largest and 
Most Modern Nursery 

We're proud to have 30 years 
nursery service to San Diego. We 
have a crew of expert garden 
builders. You are sure to be satis- 
fied with the efficiency of our 
skilled workmen. Within our 
gates you will find everything you 
need for the garden. 

CYpress 6-6251 

3860 rosecrans 
San Diego, Calif. 



BE 2-9406 

Best Wishes 

Marbuhay Cafe 

DINE AND DANCE 

Latin-American Music 
Every Friday and Saturday 

402 Island Avenue 
San Diego, California 



Kettner Auto Body 
Shop 

Complete Automotive Service 
Body and Fender Work 

Specializing in Foreign Cars 
BE 3-6684 

2210 Kettner Blvd. 
San Diego, Calif. 



Donald C. Harder 
Company 

Electronic Engineers and 
Manufacturers 

Phone AC 2-5240 

3710 Midway Drive 
San Diego, Calif. 



Compliments of 

Rohr Manor Motel 

"Newest and Finest'' 

Heated Swimming Pool 

Room Phones 

Free 21" Television in every room 

Phone GA 2-8303 

580 Broadway 
Chula Vista, Calif. 



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studies. The Department can declare a 
speed limit of -iO, i'S, 30, 2'i or 20 miles 
an hour, that is, whichever limit is found 
most appropriate for the safe and orderly 
movement of traffic on the particular por- 
tion of highway affected. Of course, signs 
must be erected by the Department to give 
proper notice of the required speed limit. 

It is a fundamental fact of physics that 
the heavier the vehicle, the more difficult 
it is to stop. Weight, therefore, is a vital 
factor in .setting truck speed limits. How- 
ever, traffic officers are confronted with a 
ticklish problem in enforcing truck speed 
limits on the basis of weight. For one 
thing, it isn't easy to judge the weight of a 
loaded or unloaded truck by merely look- 
ing at it, and, for another, it isn't usually 
convenient to have a truck driven to scales 
to have its weight properly verified. Hence 
the legislators h.ive passed a law that 
makes the truck speed limit easier to en- 
force, since the limit is now determined by 
the number of axels. If a rig has three or 
more axles, it is assumed to have an un- 
laden weight of 12,000 pounds or more, 
so that the fixed maximum speed limit (or 
absolute speed limit) of 4^ miles an hour 
would apply. Here is the law as it appears 
on the pages of the Vehicle Code: 

"Any motor truck or truck tractor hav- 
ing three or more axles or any motor truck 
or truck tractor with any trailer or semi- 
trailer, or any combination thereof, shall 
not be driven on any highway at a speed 
in excess of 45 miles an hour." 

(The summaries of the new motor ve- 
hicles laws was from "Motorland,"' fine 
piihlication of the California State Auto- 
mobile Association.) 



Best Wishes from 

STAR OF INDIA 

Maritime Museum 

Oldest Iron Sailing Ship Afloat 

Shell Novelties for Sale 

BEImont 2-3287 

Docked West Harbor Drive 
At Navy Field 

San Diego, Calif. 

open Every Day 



i 



BEImonl 4-950} 

BEST WISHEIS 
The Only Orifinal 

EL BURRITO CAFE 

COLD BEER — FOOD TO TAKE OUT 
Featuring the Same Fine Original Mexican Food 
That Has Made El Burrito Famous for 23 Years 

Open I I a.m. to 3 a.m. 

144) MARKET STREET 

SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA 



SANTA CRUZ IS VACATIONLAND 



Set like a jewel in the broad crown of 
the Pacific is the resort town of Santa 
Cruz, 74 miles south of San Francisco and 
.374 miles northwest of Los Angeles. 

Faced with a unique police problem in 
that the force must cope not only with 
summer vacationists, but also fishermen, 
golfers, and the resident community that 
includes employees of many light indus- 
tries and manufacturing plants, the Santa 
Cruz law enforcement officers have done 
an outstanding job. 

The recreational facilities of Santa Cruz 
are many and varied. Two city parks, 12 
playgrounds, eight State Parks in the vicin- 
ity, salt-water plunge, skin diving, sport 
and stream fishing, speed boating, yacht- 
ing, horseback riding, redwood groves and 
a multitude of other divertments make the 
area a playground for young and old. 

Santa Cruz is easily accessible from all 
parts of the state. Highways 1, 9, and 17 
funnel into the area. The Watsonvillc- 



MODERN 
BAKING CO. 

Paul J. Sandas 
Phone GA 3-1120 or GA 3-5985 

320 Cedar Street 
Santa Cruz, Calif, 



THE COTTAGE 
INN CAFE 

"A Friendly Place to Eat" 
Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Pullhart 

Phone GArden 3-1576 

1303 Riverside Avenue 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 
I 
i. - — •* 

BEImont 4 4008 

WOO CHEE CHONG CO. 

CHINESE GROCERIES AND GIFTS 

Open 7 Days^9 A.M. to 9 P.M. 

972 THIRD AVENUE 

SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA 



Santa Cruz Airport is 12 miles east of the 
town. Greyhound and Peerless busses 
serve the community. 

With a population of 24,000, Santa 
Cruz has a trading area of 6^,000. The 
climate boasts a yearly average of 69.9 
with summers cool and the winters mod- 
erate. The yearly average rainfall is 28.28 
inches. 

The city is governed under the council- 
city manager system with a modern, well- 
trained police department equipped with 
eight radio cars. 

Lifeguards are provided on the splcn- 



Enterprise Service 

GMC TRUCKS 

Gasoline and Diesel 

SALES AND SERVICE 

C. E. Cy Eneboe 

L. L. Bud Ford 



Phone GA 3-4152 

110 River Street 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



Colonial Hotel 

Mrs. Sadie Wirth, Manager 

1114 Pacific Avenue 
J Santa Cruz, Calif. 



I. 



Santa Cruz 

Glass Co. 
home • auto 
commercial 

Agents for Libby-Owens-Ford 

A. G. "Barney ' Brown 

Kenneth L. House 

GA 3-2311 

810 Pacific Avenue 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



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Burgermeister 

A Truly Fine Pale Beer 

H. Ferrari, Distributor 

Santa Cruz — Watsonville 



GArden 3-2281 

316 May Avenue 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



Knight Motor Co. 

RAMBLER Sales ami Service 
Jack Knight 



GArden 3-1490 

530 Pacific Avenue 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



FREEMAN'S 
SHELL SERVICE 

Dick Freeman, Prop. 



Phone GA 3-9719 

Laurel & Mission 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



HI HAT CLUB 

Dining 
• Dancing 

• Banquets 
BEER . WINE 

Art Kirkpatrick 
Bob Kirkpatrick 

Plwne GA 3-9661 

801 Beach Street 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



did beach. The Fire Department has 33 
full-time men. 

Community facilities in Santa Cruz are 
outstanding. There are three modern hos- 
pitals, 54 physicians and surgeons, 24 den- 
tists, 22 sanitariums and four public li- 
braries. 

Civic buildings include the City Hall, 
Civic Auditorium, Court House and An- 
nex, Post Office, Veterans Memorial Build- 
ing, small Museum and a replica of Mis- 
sion Santa Cruz. Modern hotels and motels 
abound. 

Principal agricultural crops are lettuce, 
apples, cherries, artichokes, tomatoes, 
poultry products, mushrooms, berries, 
bulbs and flowers. Commercial fishing is 
a flourishing business. 

For fun or work, Santa Cruz is out- 
standing among California communities. 



PATRONIZE 


fhe 


POLICE JOURNAL 


ADVERTISERS 


They are RELIABLE PEOPLE 


They are FRIENDLY PEOPLE 


Interested in 


LAW ENFORCEMENT 



California 




A. K. SALZ CO. 



p. O. Box 1120 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



SANTA CRUZ 
MUSIC CENTER 

"Hi-Fi" Records, Tape, 

Phonographs, Radios, T.V.'s 

HENRY'S TV SALES 

& SERVICE 

Radios — TV's — Phonographs 

PROMPT — EFFICIENT 

GA 3-2373 

107 Walnut Avenue 

Santa Cruz, Calif. 



TAMPICO 
KITCHEN 

MEXICAN FOOD 
Eat Here or Take Out 

BEER 

Julio & Otila Gomez 

Phone GA 3-2651 

107 Riverside Ave. 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



Riverside Hotel 

Colonial Dining Room and 
Hunter's Room 

Peter J. March ese 



Telephone GArden 3-5730 

Riverside Ave. at 

Barson Street 

Santa Cruz, Calif. 



Milano Manor 

Apartment Court 

Sum mer- Winter- Com mercial 

Rates 

Managing Owners 

G. Waite Curtis 

Sally E. Curtis 

Telephone GA 3-0957 

350 - 354 Ocean Street 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



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SANTA CRLZ \ ACATIONLAND — Here is a view of the beach at Santa Cruz with thousands of sun and sea worshippers cnjovinj; (he 
facilities of the resort town. With summer just around the corner, this scene will be repeated many times in 1958. 

(Photo from Ed Webber's Photo Craft Shop, Santa Cruz) 



"// you like our eals tell others — 
// not, tell us" 

Big Tree Cafe 

Cecil R. Sr. — Ruby E. Miller 



Phone GA 6-3048 

4111 Los Gatos Hiway 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



LA FRANCE 

House of Delicacies 
Catering Service 

Len, Formerly of the Ship Ahoy 

• 
Phone GA 3-4962 

1711 Mission Street 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



WALT'S QUALITY MEATS 

WALTER E. BERTL'CCELLI 
RETAIL AND WHOLESALE 

Smoked and Fresh Meats 

Home Made Variety Sausafes 

POULTRY - CHEESE 

Phone CA 3-3705 
CORNER MISSION AND YOUNGLOVE AVES. 
SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 



PETE AND CLARA'S GARDEN 

Italian Dinners by Reservation 

12 NOON and 5 P.M. 

BOCCIE BALL 

Pete Baudo, Prop. 

CArden 3 57<)2 
140 ENCINAL STREET 



SANTA CRUZ 



CALIFORNIA 



POSTAL LUNCH 

Breakfast and Lunch 
Open 6 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. 

Alice and Al 



2027 N. Pacific Ave. 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



REID NEWS AGENCY 

Herbert L. Reid Jewel Reid 

WHOLESALE MAGAZINE DISTRIBUTORS 

ALL INDEPENDENT PUBLICATIONS 

Telephone GArden 3-S432 

346 YOUNGLOVE AVENUE 
SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 



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Maddock's Bakery 

Phone GR 5-1408 



P. O. Box 117 
4628 SoQUEL Drive 
SoQUEL, California 



[. and R. Cafe and 
Fountain 

A Good Place to Eat 



4616 SoQUEL Drive 
SoQUEL, California 



BONESIO LIQUORS 

FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 
VICTOR BONESIO 



Phone GA 3-4537 
713 PACIFIC AVENUE 



TEMME'S RICHFIELD SERVICE 

WASHING AND LUBRICATION 

Phone GArden 6-2930 

720 PACIFIC AVENUE 

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 

GLEN-ROWE SERVICE CO.. INC. 

CIGARETTE VENDING MACHINES 

JACK MALLOCH, MANAGER 



Bu 



Phone GA 3-5353 
1 305 WATER STREET 



SANTA CRUZ 



CALIFORNIA 



LUTHER'S SEA BREEZE 



SNACK BAR 
"Good Food I 



Bus 



Phone GArden 3-9942 
542 SEABRICHT AVENUE 

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 

JOE'S PLACE 

WE BUY — SELL — TRADE 

— Almost Anything — 

TOOL RENTALS 

JOSEPH G. STARON, JR. 

Phone GR S-4749 
1835 SOQUEL DRIVE 



SANTA CRUZ 



CALIFORNIA 



CATHY CAFE 

CHINESE AND AMERICAN DINNERS 
ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 

I I A.M. to 12 M. — Closed on Wednesda; 
I I A.M. to 3 A.M. — Saturday 

Phone GA 3-6877 
112 SOQUEL AVENUE 



BISSELL 
MORTUARY 

Owner and Director 
WILLIAM C BISSELL 



Phone GA 6-1505 
212 Laurel Street 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



SANTA CRUZ RADIO & TV 

R. C. -BOB" DODSON 



GArden 3-6028 
123 WATER STREET 



SANTA CRUZ 



CALIFORNIA SANTA CRUZ 



CALIFORNIA SANTA CRUZ 



CALIFORNIA 



MELLIS MARKET 

Phone GA 3-0828 
1204 MISSION STREET 



SANTA CRUZ 



CALIFORNIA 



TONY DAY'S LIQUORS 

DAY'S PET SHOP 



415 SEABRIGHT AVENUE 
SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 



SOQUEL LODGE 

COCKTAILS — WINE — DRAUGHT BEER 
EDNA — JOHN 

GR 5-1845 
P. O. 526 — AT THE BRIDGE 

SOQUEL CALIFORNIA 



RICHFIELD OIL CORPORATION 

FRED J. DEVINS, Agent 

GArden 3-2121 — GArden 3-9471 

139 ENCINAL STREET 

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 



Sanitary Plumbing & Heating Co. 

PLUMBING — HEATING 

SHEET METAL WORK 

FREE ESTIMATES 

Cacace. Victorino and Cacace 

Phone GA 3-0972 
413 PACIFIC AVENUE 



IVORY LAUNDRY 

LAUNDERERS AND CLEANERS 

CALL AND DELIVER 

Phone GArden 3-1819 
705 NORTH BRANCIFORTE AVENUE 

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 



SELECT CLEANERS 

Ve Give S & H Green Stamps 



GA 3-1 161 
1370 SOQUEL AVENUE 



WOOD'S RADIO & TV 

COMPLETE SALES AND SERVICE 

SPARTON — HOFFMAN — AND OTHERS 

E. H. WOOD. Owner 



SANTA CRUZ 



GA 3-5381 
623 SOQUEL AVENUE 



CALIFORNIA 



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DIRECTORY 



Page 1 



Featured in This Issue 



Genuine or Forged? 3 

Helpful Examination Questions 4 

An Outstanding Officer 7 

Writing Identities Culprit 11 

New Gun Range Opens 14 

A Night of Fear 21 

TV Policewoman 23 

Bullets Beat Arrows 24 

Policeman, La\\yer, Statesman 31 

Letters to the Editor 38 

1913 Tahoe Trip 39 

Western Revolver Results 43 

Don't Pity the Poor Convict 49 



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be clearly written. Contributions may be si^ed with a **nora de plume," 
articles must bear the name and address of the sender, which will be 
-;-_::- with the strictest confidence. The Eoiioa will also be pleased to consider 
pbotoffraphs of officers and of interesting events. Letters should be addressed to 
.the Editgil. 



SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Hall of Justice, Kearny and 'Washington Streets 

Telephone SUtter 1-2020 

Radio Short Wave Call KMA-438 



Mayor, Hon. George Christopher 



POLICE COMMISSIONERS 

Regular Meetings Tuesday, 2:00 p.m., Hall of Justice 

Paul A. Bissinger, President Davis & Pacific Ave. 

Thomas J. Mellon _ 390 First Street 

Harold R. McKinnon Mills Tower 

Sergeant William J. O'Brien, Secretary 
Room 104, Hall of Justice 



CHIEF OF POLICE Francis J. Ahern 

DEPUTY CHIEF OF POLICE Thomas J. Cahill 

Chief of Inspectors .Daniel McKlem 

Director of Traffic Daniel Kiely 

Dept. Sec'y Sgt. John Butler Hall of Justice 

DISTRICT CAPTAINS 

Central— Charles Borland 635 'Washington Street 

Southern — August G. Stbffen Fourth and Clara Streets 

Mission — John Engler 1240 'Valencia Street 

Northern — Harry Nelson 941 Ellis Street 

Richmond — Walter S. Ames 451 Sixth Avenue 

INGLESIDE — Arthur Williams Balboa Park 

Taraval — Thomas Flanagan 2348 Twenty-fourth Avenue 

Potrero — Edward Greene 2300 Third Street 

Golden Gate Park — Ted J. Terlau Stanyan opp. Waller 

Traffic — Ralph Olstad Hall of Justice 

City Prison — Lt. Waltir Thompson Hall of Justice 

Bureau of Inspectors — Lt. Daniel J. QuiNLAN..Hall of Justice 

Director — Bur. of Personnel — John MEEHAN....Hall of Justice 

Director of Ouminology — 
Leonard Wibbb (Acting) Hall of Justice 

Director — Bureau of Speclal Sbiivices — 
Captain Cornelius P. Murphy Hall of Justice 

Director of Juvenile Bureau — 
William Hanrahan _ Hall of Justice 

Director — Bureau of Criminal Information — 
Lt. Edward Comber. Hall of Justice 

Inspector of Schools Traffic Control — 
Inspector Thomas B. Tracy Hall of Justice 

Supervising Captain of Districts — 
Philip Kiely Hall of Justice 

Chinatown Detail — Lt. H. C. Atkinson Hall of Justice 

Range Master — Robert ABERNBTHY....PistoI Range, Lake Merced 



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Page 1 



Featured in This Issue 



Genuine or Forged ? 3 

Helpful Examination Questions 4 

An Outstanding Officer 7 

Writing Identifies Culprit 11 

New Gun Range Opens 14 

A Night of Fear 21 

TV Policewoman 23 

Bullets Beat Arrows 24 

Policeman, Lawyer, Statesman 31 

Letters to the Editor 38 

1913 Tahoe Trip 39 

Western Revolver Results 43 

Don't Pit)- the Poor Convict 49 



itoK is always pleased to consider articles suitable for publication. Con- 
ns tbould preferably be typewritten, but where this is not possible, copy 
be clearly written. Contributions nuy be si^ed with a "nom de plume," 
articles must bear the name and address of the sender, which will be 
"' '. with the strictest confidence. The Editor will also be pleased to consider 
photop-aphs of officers and of intereitln( events. Letters should be addressed to 
the EoiToa. 



DIRECTORY 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 
Hall of Justice, Kearny and Washington Streets 

Telephone SUtter 1-2020 
Radio Short Wave Call KMA-438 



Mayor, Hon. George Christopher 



POLICE COMMISSIONERS 

Regular Meetings Tuesday, 2:00 p.m.. Hall of Justice 

Paul A. Bissinger, President Davis & Pacific Ave. 

Thomas J. Mellon 390 First Street 

Harold R. McKinnon Mills Tower 

Sergeant William J. O'Brien, Secretary 
Room 104, Hall of Justice 



CHIEF OF POLICE Francis J. Ahern 

DEPUTY CHIEF OF POLICE Thomas J. Cahill 

Chief of Inspectors Daniel McKlem 

Director of Traffic Daniel Kiely 

Dept. Sec'y ScT. John Butler Hall of Justice 

DISTRICT CAPTAINS 

Central — Charles Borland 6}5 'Washington Street 

Southern — August G. Steffen Fourth and Clara Streets 

Mission — John Engler 1240 'Valencia Street 

Northern— Harry Nelson 941 Ellis Street 

Richmond — 'Walter S. Ames 451 Sixth Avenue 

Ingleside — Arthur Williams Balboa Park 

Taraval — Thomas Flanagan 2348 Twenty-fourth Avenue 

Potrero — Edward Greene _ 2}00 Third Street 

Golden Gate Park — Ted J. Terlau Stanyan opp. Waller 

Traffic — Ralph Olstad Hall of Justice 

City Prison — Lt. Walter Thompson Hall of Justice 

Bureau of Inspectors — Lt. Daniel J. QuiNLAN..Hall of Justice 

Director — Bu». of Personnel — John Meehan.... Hall of Justice 

Director of Criminology — 

Leonard Wibbb (Acting) _ Hall of Justice 

Director — Bureau of Speoal Sbrvicbs — 
Captain Cornelius P. Murphy Hall of Justice 

Director of Juvenile Burbau — 
Willlam Hanrahan Hall of Justice 

Director — Bureau of Criminal Information — 
Lt. Edward Comber Hall of Justice 

Inspector of Schools Traffic Control — 
Inspector Thomas B. Tracy Hall of Justice 

Supervising Captain of Districts — 
Philip Kiely Hall of Justice 

Chinatown Detail — Lt. H. C. Atkinson Hall of Justice 

Range Master — Robert Abernethy.... Pistol Range, Lake Merced 



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Vol. XXVIII 



APRIL -MAY, 19'i8 



No. 9 



GENUINE -OR FORGED? 

By John J. Harris, Examiner of Questioned Documenh, Los Angeles 



John J. Harris is a member of the 
American Society of Questioned Docu- 
ment Examiners and for a number of years 
instructed a course on his specialty at the 
University of Southern California. He is 
a partner in the frm of Harris & Harris 
of Los Angeles and San Francisco and has 
testified as a document examiner in over 
five hundred trials. His father, John L. 
Harris, is a nationally known expert and 
Past President of the A.S.Q.D.E. In addi- 
tion to their private practice the Harrises 
also handle all questioned document uork 
for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office 
involving some hundred examinations a 
month. 

The plaintiff's attorney rose casually to 
cross-examine the sole heir. 

"You testified on direct examination 
that you were present when your uncle 
wrote his will.'" 

"Yes sir." 

"This was on October 6, 1940?" 

"Yes sir." 

"I believe you said, Mr. Johnson, that 
your uncle pushed his wheelchair to a 
desk, picked up a pen, and used that pen 
for the purpose. (Exhibiting document to 
witness.) Tell mc, if you will, whether 
this was a fountain pen, or a ball point 
pen." 

(Examining document) "A ball point 
pen." 

"You're sure? ' 

"Absolutely. A ball point pen that 
wrote green. That's what he used." 

"Very interesting. Then on October 6, 
1940, you saw your uncle write this docu- 
ment with a green ball point pen. But are 
you aware, Mr. Johnson, that ball point 
pens were not available in this country 
until 1945?" 

There was no response from Mr. John- 
son. 

"And now, Mr. Johnson, will you kind- 
ly explain to the court how you managed 



to see your uncle write his will with an 
instrument that wasn't invented until sev- 
eral years later? " 

Well-Founded Suspicions 

There's a comfortable, but somewhat 
rebuttable presumption, that everyone is 
honest. As lawyers know, people some- 
times tinker with the truth. And to a lesser 
extent, they'll sometimes tinker with docu- 
ments. 

Most wills, deeds, leases, partnership 
agreements, sales contracts, stock certifi- 
cates, notes and sales receipts are genuine. 
But many are forged, altered, or substi- 
tuted, declares Marshall Houts, so that 
they no longer express the intention of the 
parties. "If there is the slightest question 
about the authenticity of the document, it 
should be submitted immediately to a 
competent examiner," he says. "This saves 
the expense and embarrassment of having 
a case blow high and wide in open court." 

This is sound advice and there's a re- 
cent case in point. It came up after an ad- 
verse decision. Mulling over the evidence 
in a "post mortem" mood, the attorney 
became suspicious of a Power of Attorney 
among the exhibits. 

He called in a questioned documents 
examiner. 'Well, the Power of Attorney 
was genuine, all right. But the expert 
found that two checks for sizable amounts 
had been altered, so that they appeared 
to be loans. 

Unfortunately, the court refused to re- 
open the case. No one had questioned the 
documents before or during the trial. 
Afterwards w.is too late. And the omission 
cost the client over $10,000. 
Clients Lie, Too 

In a malpractice suit, the medical de- 
fendant testified from notes, purportedly 
written on the dates he treated the patient. 
His attorney was extremely embarrassed 
when it was pointed out that the hospital 
forms weren't printed until several months 
later. 



Most attorneys are quite adept at ap- 
praising the character of witnesses; rela- 
tively few take any precautions to appraise 
the character of important documents. Stu- 
dents of the subject are convinced that 
many forged or altered instruments have 
passed as genuine, merely because no one 
thought to question them. 

Fine Art of Forgery 

There are a few old-time, dedicated 
forgers who really know their business. 
But they operate almost exclusively as 
"paper-hangers" in the field of phony 
checks. They're police cases you'll seldom 
meet up with in average law practice. 

It's in matters of wills and estates that 
you'll encounter the biggest bulk of for- 
geries — mostly by amateurs — though 
anonymous letters, personal injury, and 
patents come in for attention too. 

Beware, beware the will that is "found" 
under the rug several months after the 
testator died! Or, for that matter, in the 
attic trunk, the antique desk, or inside a 
picture frame. Particularly if the heirs live 
in foreign lands, and may be unaware of 
their legacy. Such a situation can be quite 
tempting to avaricious relatives or close 
friends. 

And don't be deceived by authentic- 
looking witness -signatures. Most bogus 
wills are holographic. But people can be 
persuaded to sign out of the testator's 
presence. 

One favorite trick is for the forger to 
take a signed flyleaf from a book, and 
write a will above the signature. 

And if you think there may be any 
question about a will's authenticity, it's 
good practice to get it photographed im- 
mediately by a qualified document exam- 
iner. One enterprising heir altered a will 
while it was in the possession of the county 
clerk. So don't take a chance on changes 
occurring between the time of writing and 
the time of probate. 

(Continued on page 32) 



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April-May, 19i8 



HELPFUL QUESTIONS FOR EXAMINATIONS 

Herein is contained another of a series of questions and answers pertinent to Police training and helpful in promotional 
examinations. These questions and answers are supplied to the Journal, as a service to law enforcement officers through- 
out the state, by E. D. Kerkhoven, director of the Peace OflScer Training Service in Oakland. The questions are selected to 
test the reader's knowledge of what action to take in certain situations resulting from criminal acts. Each question has a 
number of suggested answers, labeled 1, 2, 3, etc. You decide which is the best answer to the question asked and then en- 
circle the number. 'When you have completed the test, compare your answers with the KEY on page 37. 



1. The important rule of Dactyloscopy 
is: — (1) that no two fingerprints are iden- 
tical. (2) that prints must be rolled for 
classification purposes. (3) that latent 
prints must be photographed before being 
lifted. (4) that latent prints may be lifted 
and not always photographed. 

2. 'Which one of the following is least 
likely to be a motive for the commission 
of a crime.' — (1) gain. (2) selfishness. 
(3) revenge. (4) anger. (5) sex. 

3. One of the following terms applies 
to fingerprint identification: — (1) inden- 
tations. (2) lands. (3) ridges. (4) 
grooves. (5) curves. 

4. It has been a long standing rule in 
the science of fingerprinting that a mini- 
mum of twelve identical and characteristic 
details must be found. "Which one of the 
statements below is incorrect? — (1) one 
should not adhere too closely to this rule. 

(2) this rule must be closely adhered to. 

(3) the demand for twelve similar details 
is the result of the opinion of scientists of 
bygone years. (4) the recent scientists 
working in the field of dactyloscopy share 
the opinion that the number of character- 
istic points which can be noted at the edge 
of an enlargement is a matter of little im- 
portance. 

5. Morphine and opium poisoning 
would be indicated if the victim suffered: 
— (1) quick death without special symp- 
toms. (2) bluish-green vomitus. (3) colic 
and pronounced diarrhea. (4) drowsiness. 

6. An oustiti is: — (1) an instrument 
used to commit miscarriage or criminal 
abortion. (2) a silencer for a firearm. (3) 
a listening device made of fine carbon. 

(4) a pair of thin tongs, rifled to prevent 
sliding, used to grasp a key and turn it in 
a lock. 



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7. The old cbnfidence game known as 
"dropping the leather" is generally prac- 
ticed on: — (1) women. (2) newsboys. 
(3) old people. (4) foreigners. (5) po- 
licemen. 

8. The percentage of missing persons 
who eventually return home of their own 
volition, usually within a short tim^ is: — 



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S. F. POLICE COMMISSIONERS CHECK S. F. FILM. San Francisco Police Commissioners gathered in the Bay City in May to view the 
premiere of "The Line-l'p, " full-length movie of the popular television program. Here (le/t to right) Commissioner Thomas Mellon, Commis- 
sion President Paul Bissinger, Jaime del Valle, producer of Line-Up, Guy Cherney, KCBS singing star, and Commissioner Harold McKinnon, 
appear in the premiere festivities. 



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Overlooking the Golden Gate 

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DANGEROUS AGE 

SACRAMENTO— Of all drivers in- 
volved in traffic accidents in California, 
the greatest number are between the ages 
of 2*) and 34 according to records kept by 
the California Highway Patrol. 

"Each year about one- fourth of all the 
drivers involved in traffic accidents in this 
State are between 25 and 34 years of age," 
declared Patrol Commissioner B. R. Cald- 
well. "The 15 to 24 year age group run a 
close second with just under lA'^/c of the 
total drivers involved. 

"Approximately the same ratio holds 
true in analyzing the drivers in fatal ac- 
cidents," Caldwell stated. "The 25 to 34 
year age group made up 26% of the 
total drivers involved in fatal accidents 
while the 15 to 24 year age group made 
up 24% of the total involved. 

"A composite of the records indicates 
that a man between the ages of 25 and 34 
driving too fast for conditions or violating 
a right-of way is most apt to become in- 
volved in a fatal or injury traffic accident 
between 4 and 5 p.m. on a city street," he 
continued. "The man will be driving a 
passenger car on a Saturday or Sunday in 
dear weather on dry pavement. 

"He will have at least 11 years driving 
experience and be driving in an area not 
controlled by signs or signals," he said. 
"The only element in this picture actually 
creating the accident hazard is the viola- 
tion of the traffic law; without it, he prob- 
ably would not have been involved." 



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(Widow of Police Officer 

Richard A. McLinden) 

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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



April-May, 1958 



BURGLARY PRECAUTIONS! 



With summer vacation season upon us, 
the Journal feels the following precau- 
tions against burglary, recommended by all 
police departments, should be published to 
help officers prevent California's shocking 
total of home burglary. They are: 

1. DO arrange for a lamp or two to be 
turned on and off regularly each evening. 
This makes the home "lived-in" and is an 
excellent protective measure. A simple 
and sure method is through use of an au- 
tomatic timer. 

2. DO cancel all deliveries including 
milk, newspapers, etc. Have the postoffice 
or a neighbor hold your mail until you 
return. 

3. DO close and lock all windows and 
doors, including basement, porch and 
garage. Use well-made secure locks on all 
outside doors. Inferior, easily opened locks 
do not provide much protection. 

4. DO have your lawn mowed and side- 
walk swept by a neighbor at least once a 
week. 

5. DO tell one neighbor you are leav- 
ing. Have them check your house periodi- 
cally and notify the police if they see any- 
one prowling around. 

6. DO notify your local police officials 
as to the date you are leaving and when 
you will return. 



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7. DON'T close blinds or draw shades; 
leave them as you normally do when 
you're home. 

8. DON'T leave valuables lying around 
the house. Place them in a safety deposit 
box. 

9. DON'T rell friends, neighbors, or 
work associates of the valuable possessions 
you have around the house. 

10. DON'T advertise your departure 
with an item in the paper, and don't broad- 
cast the news to your whole neighborhood. 



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DRIVE DEFENSIVELY 

SACRAMENTO— Defensive driving is 
necessary to avoid traffic accident trouble 
in today's traffic says the California High- 
way Patrol. 

"The term 'defensive driving' is applied 
to a recognized method of avoiding traffic 
accidents through certain developed abili- 
ties," stated Patrol Commissioner B. R. 
Caldwell. "These abilities include habitual 
recognition of potential accident situations 
and the know-how to avoid becoming in- 
volved in an accident in such situations. 

"An example of defensive driving can 
be drawn from an actual situation happen- 
ing frequently on our rural highways," 
Caldwell said. "A driver traveling at a 
normal speed on a through highway is ap- 
proaching an intersecting side road and 
notices another vehicle approaching on 
the side road. 

"Although the intersection is protected 
by a stop sign requiring the driver on the 
side road to stop before entering the 
through highway, the defensive drixing 
maneuver by the driver on the through < 
highway is to slow down and be prepared 
to take appropriate action if the other 
driver does not stop," he explained. 
"There are many other situations calling ; 
for preparedness and ability to avoid ! 
trouble. 

"Defensive driving prevents accidents 
and is a quality every driver should de- 
velop," he concluded. "Remember too, a 
defensive driver naturally obeys traffic 
regulations as a primary element in his 
defense against accidents." 

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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Pagt 7 



AN OUTSTANDING OFFICER 

The Journal is delighted to print the following story of an outstanding San Francisco policeman. It was written by a 
fellow officer who prefers to remain anoynious. He told your editor that the story might have been written by any of the 
men who served with the late Frank Swall. 



"It you're driving the Two-Car, I'm 
your relief," said the fair-tomplcxioned 
patrolman crossing the station floor to- 
wards me. 

I glanced at the station clock and then 
back to the neat offiter in his early thirties. 
"Arc you kidding? " I remarked. "You're 
nearly an hour too soon." 

"No, it's otficial," he smiled. "I like to 
come in early to make up the hot-sheet and 
check the reports and teletypes. " 

That was my first meeting with Patrol- 
man Frank Swall at San Francisco's Po- 
trero Station one spring night about six 
years ago. 

As I closed out my traffic citations I 
could not help but notice how thoroughly 
the officer scrutinized the offense reports 
and recorded information in his notebook. 
I wondered if his exactness and attention 
to detail carried over to his patrol work. 
That question was well answered in the 
next few weeks. 

Prisoners Escape 

Two naval prisoners disarmed their US 
Marine guard of his carbine early one 
afternoon and effected an escape from the 
Treasure Island brig in the middle of San 
Francisco Bay. The escapees waylaid a 
hapless motorist and drove over the Bay 
Bridge towards San Francisco with him as 
their hostage. Once in the city, they re- 
leased their prisoner who immediately no- 
tified the police. 

A "signal 666" was ordered by police 
communications. This call sent scores of 
police vehicles to previously designated 
key points within the cit)' and its perim- 
eter to set-up roadblocks in an effort to 
cut off the armed men. Officer Swall, hav- 
ing just reported for duty, sped to one 



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of the city's exits, Bayshore Highway and 
the County Line. He parked his radio car 
and waited for further instructions. 

Suddenly the fugitive sedan sped past. 
In an instant the officer was in pursuit. 
The occupants of the fleeing car were 
c|uick to notice the police cruiser rapidly 
closing on them. The felons took to the 
dirt shoulder and started passing the heavy 
traffic on the inside. The police car fol- 
lowed right in line. However, the radio 
car could not keep up with the heavy get- 
away car. Patrolman Swall had his hands 
full. He freed his right hand momentarily 
from the wheel and unholstered his serv- 
ice revolver. He jammed it into the seat 
beside him. The officer guided the prowl 
car over the crowded highway with one 
hand and vainly tried to radio in his posi- 
tion with the other. 

At the Hall of Justice, police radio dis- 
patchers were frantically relaying the pur- 
suit information to San Mateo County law 
agencies. 

Chase Continues 

The chase continued deep into the ad- 
joining county. Once the officer nearly 
lost sight of the wanted auto but finally, 
in a clear stretch of road, the pursuing po- 
lice car closed the distance to the escaping 
sedan. At this point both autos passed and 
outdistanced another police car which was 
racing in the same direction to set up a 



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roadblock in anticipation of their arrival. 

Oflicer Swall closed within a few feet of 
the suspects. One of the escapees jumped 
into the back seat of their auto and trained 
a carbine through the back window at the 
patrolman. The policeman, expecting a 
deadly spray of lead to crash through his 
windshield at any moment, grabbed his 
revolver and aimed it at the gunman 
ahead. He intended to blast through the 
windshield if necessary. For a long mo- 
ment both men stared at each other. Then 
the policeman decided to push his luck 
further. He swung a hard left and man- 
aged a five-foot gain on the fugitive car 
and then prepared to force it off the road- 
way. 

Suddenly, as quickly as the chase 
started, it ended. The felons skidded the 
stolen sedan to the side of the roadway 
and surrendered to the tenacious officer. 

Hours later, and still visibly shaken by 
the long chase, the recaptured prisoners 
cursed the fact that they were able to 
dodge several roadblocks within the city 
but were spotted at the last checkpoint. 



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Cited For Service 
For this outstanding capture, Patrolman 
Swall was cited for meritorious service. 
Since his record at Potrero Station was so 
high for crime arrests, he was promoted to 
the plain-clothes Crime Prevention Detail. 
The Crime Prevention Detail, dubbed 
"The Flying Squad " by other members of 
the department, is a training ground for 
potential police inspectors. Officer Swall 
excelled in this assignment too. Now, 
working directly out of the Hall of Justice^ 
the officer had access to more information 
on criminal occurrences. He cruised the 
trouble spots of the city nightly in search 
of numerous wanted criminals whose 
photos he carried with him at all times. 
The conscientious officer's arrest record 
soared. 

There was no secret to his success. His 
routine was the same as he had practiced 
from the day he had entered the depart- 
ment. He was always on the job early. He 
read every report and crime data that 
crossed his path. When he hit the street 
he was ready and well-informed. "Never 
go out on the street blind. Have a project; 
have someone to look for or somthing to 
check," he told me over coffee one night. 
Many times the officer recovered stolen 
autos or made arrests while off duty. 

Suspects stopped for routine checking 
never realized how much they inadvert- 
ently revealed to the officer through ap- 
parently innocuous questioning. A glance 
at his service record reveals that he has 
taken part in the captures of scores of 
armed holdup men, burglars, car thieves, 
a badly wanted bail jumper from Hawaii, 
an escaped prison felon, led the FBI to the 
capture of one of the top ten wanted men 
in the country, and an armed suspect want- 
ed for attempted murder, robbery, auto 
theft, and kidnapping. For the last arrest 
he received another meritorious service 
award. His folder is full of Captain's 
Commendations for numerous arrests too 
numerous to mention. 

Tragic End 
Patrolman Swall's police career ended 
in the line of routine duty. The officer 



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Page 9 



was on foot in pursuit of an auto booster 
when he suddenly tripped and fell hard 
onto the pavement. His star, which he tar- 
ried in his breast pocket, ground deeply 
into his chest. The officer disregarded the 
sharp pain in his chest and, with the aid 
of his partner, again took up the chase and 
captured the thief. The officer continued 
to work for the next several days despite 
a stabbing chest pain. He succumbed to .i 
heart failure a few days later. 

At his funeral I heard one police offi- 
cial remark, "It's a pity that he never got 
the gold star of an inspector. He was cer- 
tainly on his way." 

Knowing Frank Swall .is intimately as I 
did, I know that the rank of Inspector 
would only have meant a well-earned pay 
raise for this devoted officer. As for the 
caliber of policework, it wouldn't have 
helped a bit — he was as good as the best 
already. 

Speeding was blamed for 13,200 deaths 
on U. S. highways in 19'i7. 



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WRITING IDENTIFIES CULPRIT 

The interesting and controversial premise that handwriting tells all about an individual is explored in the following article written 
by Dr. K. K. Golson of Colton, Calif., the 1958 President of the "Handwriting Institute" and prominent scriptologist. Write and 
let the editor know your reaction to handwriting analysis. 

A robbery had taken place in an invest- 
ment firm's office. During the investiga- 
tion by the police, the fingerprint man had 
picked up a folded piece of paper with a 
note inscribed on it. 

Upon interrogation of the manager of 
the office ;is well as the other employees, 
it was determined that none of them had 
written the note and had no knowledge of 
how it happened to be at the scene of the 
robbery. The janitor was also questioned 
and it was determined that the note was 
not on the floor when he had cleaned the 
office at approximately 1 1 :30 the previous 
evening. 

After further investigation and inter- 
rogation it was determined that the note 
must have been dropped by the one, or 
more persons, who had committed the 
crime. 

After being dusted and checked for 
finger prints and other identifying marks, 
a Scriptologist, or Handwriting Analyst, 
was called in to study the structures which 
are made from the different strokes. These 
structures are more commonly known as 
letters or words. 

Scriptologist Reports 

After the Scriptologist had studied the 
symbols of traits for sometime, he sub- 
mitted the following short report on the 
writing specimen; 

The subject is a friendly and very talka- 
tive individual, who possesses more than 
an ordinary education. He has a strong 
tendency towards being very immaculate in 
his personal appearance as he leans to- 
wards good grooming. His clothes will be 
more on the flashy but fushionable side for 
he will choose the darker and heavier 
shades of material. 

The flash will be in the cut or style of 
the suit and he would most probably use a 



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flower on the lapel. His hat and shoes 
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himself as being a well groomed and re- 
spected citizen. 

Subject Limps 

The subject will walk with a slight limp 
or with restricted movement. This restric- 
tion or limp will be on the right side and 
the subject has a defect in his hearing on 
the right side. 

The subject is blessed with a goodly 
share of vanity and Ego and as stated be- 
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When subject is arrested and interro- 
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for he has great pride in his ability and 
accomplishments and will brag about what 
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The subject will visit the best hotels and 
the best eating places, particularly those 
places that offer good steaks and potatoes, 
etc., for his tastes run more to solid foods, 
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ject does not care too much for highly 
seasoned or rich foods and he cares little 
for meals made up of salads or light foods. 

The subject is most likely unmarried for 
he is very selective and clannish. 

The subject will frequent the better 
class places where there will be mixed 
crowds of the two sexes. The subject has 
a healthy sex driv^, which is controlled, 
and he is of a flirtatious nature with a 
strong accjuisitive trait or desire to acquire 
which is enhanced by an overabundance 
of Ego. 

Cultivated Individual 

The subject has a strong cultural trait 
and is probably very well read and -can 
talk on many different subjects, as well as 
quote from various authors. His type 
would be at home in the best of society 
for his veneer would be acceptable in any 
social circle, but this is a cover for his 
real nature. 

Suggest that you look for a man with 
the following modus operandi: 

1. A flashy but immaculate dresser but 
one whose suits will be of the darker 
shades of color. 

2. A person who will often wear a 
flower in his button-hole and a homburg 
or other type of dress hat. 

3. A man who frequents restaurants or 
hotels that make a specialty of steaks and 
other good solid foods. 

4. A person who will appear in better 
places where mixed crowds will be found. 

5. A person with a smooth line and a 
flirtatious nature, both with words and 
actions and who attracts attention to him- 
self by his individualism, but one who is 
cautious. 

6. A person who has a slight limp or 
restriction of movement in the right hip 
or leg. 

7. A person with a cultural background, 
but one who has a hearing defect in the 
right ear, 

8. A person who usually travels alone 
and selects his companion after he arrives 
for the evening. A person who has very 
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SOUTHER WAREHOUSE CO. 

Automobile Warehouse 

GRaystone 4-7000 

1006 NORTH POINT 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

MONARCH HUBER CATERERS 

GOOD SERVICE — EXCELLENT CATERING 



4127 

SAN FRANCISCO 



ssion 7-2472 
. 24TH STREET 



CALIFORNIA 



A[>ril-M<iy. W^S 



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Page 13 




TOM MONAHAN TAKES IT EASY. J. Ross Dunnigan reports that Inspcuor Tiini Monahan of the Alameda Dniria .\t(()rnc>\ offae insists 
on doing his shooting prone — on a mattress, yet. Your editor is sure Dunnigan is spoofing, because Tom is secretary of the Western Revolver 
Assn., a Director of the Oakland Pistol Club and official referee for the NRA. He must know how to shoot that S & W Magnum. 



Comltlhnetits of 

CONVER B ROS. 
Texaco Service Stations 

2550 NORIEGA STREET— MOnirose -(-.WOl 

3855 IRVING STREET— LOckhavcn 4-1 309 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

JUnipcr 5-99-t5 DElaware 3-.37J3 

ELKIN'S ROAD SERVICE 

REGISTERED I NITED MOTORS 

SERVICE DEALER 

Battery Service - Tire Service 

Mechanical Assistance 

TOVCING— 24-HOUR SERVICE 

DOuglas 2-6534 (After 12 Midnight) 

1924 OCEAN AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

L'Nderhill 3-3622 

DAIRY INDUSTRY EQUIPMENT 
COMPANY 

3698 SEVENTEENTH STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

DOuglas 2-6507 

Compliments of 
DAMES AND MOORE 



340 MARKET STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



HELP WANTED 

Want to be a professional hunter.' 
For those interested, full time jobs can 
be obtained from the government in New 
Zealand, shooting deer. 

Nearly 5,000,000 noxious animals have 
been destroyed in New Zealand in official 
operations since 1946. Killings reached a 
peak last year when 1,259,083 animals 
were destroyed, including more than a 
million opossums, 72,000 goats, 62,000 
deer, 5,000 chamois, 9,000 wallabies, and, 
5,000 wild pigs. 



JOHN DEERE PLOW CO. 

Manufitclurer of 
FARM EQUIPMENT 



651 BRANNAN STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

GREETISCS IKOM 

A. B. C. CIGAR STORES 

Now Strfing You at ihe 



S. F. INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 



BAY CITY RESTAURANT 



4S Turk Street 

SAN FRANCISCO 



ORdway 3-9294 

CALIFORNIA 



MARINES' MEMORIAL 
CLUB 



609 Sutter Street 

SAN FRANCISCO 



ray 3-6672 

CALIFORNIA 



MARR'S SUPER MARKET 

WINE — BEER — FROZEN FOODS 
FRESH MEATS — FISH & POULTRY 

Mission 89924 — ATwater 8-381 I 

1318 FITZGERALD AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



ROY L. STRONG 

STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS 



1799 Ocean ; 
SAN FRANCISCO 



JU 4-3019 

CALIFORNIA 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL April-May, 1938 

NEW GUN RANGE OPEN 



The official opening of the Presidio 
Gun Club's new rifle and pistol range atop 
the hill at Fort Scott in April was a gala 
affair with the many officers asplendor in 
the new blue army uniforms and the 
ladies — well, all I say is "God love 'em 
all !" One thing I cannot help but mention 
and that is it was one wet night and rain- 
ing like the very dickens but as the park- 
ing lot is just outside the door no one was 
really put to much moist discomfiture. The 
army may well be proud of their new 
range. 

Colonel Rau, executive officer of the 
Presidio, officially opened the range before 
a group of enthusiastic people gathered 
there to witness the event. The colonel 
made just a few introductions of the per- 
sonnel connected with the range and those 
who worked so hard to complete the proj- 
ect, a very short informative message wel- 
come with a background of the range was 
offered by the colonel then to the proced- 
ure of cutting the red ribbon and firing of 
the first shot. After the dedication refresh- 
ments were served in the lounge. I cer- 
tainly was impressed with the range and 
hope their outdoor range will be as good 
— my bet is that it surely will be. 

Outstanding Accommodations 
I gave the range a going over from stem 
to stern (oh, oh, that sounds like a nauti- 
cal term) and let me say it is as nice a 
range as you will see any place in the 
country. 

Taking you on a quick tour we will 
start with the lounge. My one objection to 
the lounge is that its too darn comfortable 
and so infernally attractive its gonna be a 
task to get some of those shooters off'n 
their fannies when it comes their turn to 
get on the lines, especially when their fa- 
vorite program is on TV — oh sure, they 
have one of those, too ! Lots of cozy, com- 
fortable lounges and easy chairs with fancy 



By J. Ross DUNNIGAN 



Del Monte Meat 
Co., Inc. 

Idaho Quality Fed Beef 

WHOLESALE BUTCHERS 

Jobbing - Pork Packers 

Sausage Manufacturers 

Hams and Bacons 

EX 2-4700 

751 Howard Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 




curtains to match the knotty pine interior 
of the place. Wot a layout ! ! On one side 
of the room are two trojjhy cases, both full 
of trophies, large bulletin boards and the 
usual Swap & For Sale space. Overlooking 
the range are three good-sized, sound- 
proof windows where one may watch the 
proceedings without venturing out onto 
the range proper. There is, in the making, 
a large open fire-place, but at this time it 
is covered by a section of knotty pine and 
when the time is ripe for the fireplace all 
it takes is the removal of a few boards and 
voila ! ! — there's your fireplace ! 

AUTOMATIC HOME 
LAUNDRY SERVICE 

WASHER REPAIRS 

YUkon 2-0634 
60 CLARA STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



ATwaier 2-2762 

ROSE - O - FAYE CLEANERS 

We Take Pride in Our Work 

NO JOB TOO SMALL OR LARGE 

All Work Hand-Finished 

ALTERATIONS 

771 CAPP STREET, CORNER 23RD 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

EL AMIGO CAFE 

TAMALES - ENCHILADAS - TACOS 
CHILES RELLENOS 

••Real Mexican Food With That 

South of the Border Flavor" 

"Catering to Private Parties and Banquets" 

Fine Wines & Liquors — Food To Take Out 

VAlencia 6-9940 
3355 MISSION STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



All the place needs is a few dancing 
girls and bar service and the membership 
waiting list will be a mile and three- 
eighths long) . Starting soon, to the west 
of the lounge and adjacent to it, will be 
built the outdoor range consisting of 45 
firing points where it is hoped the many 
public matches will be held. 

Civilians Welcome 
I had a long chat with Captain John 
Kallum, president of the Presidio Gun 



General Wine and 
Spirits Company 

WOLFSCHMIDT'S 
Original Genuine Vodka 



400 Montgomery Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



Sutton and Frost 
Electric 

Contractors • Engineers 

Electronics 

Maurice S. Lanning 

UNderhill 1-4685 

532 Natoma Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



Dean ]. Turner 

woodward 3-2701 

Box 226 
St. Helena, Calif. 



FREIGHT moving 

storage 

180 Clay Street 
San Francisco, Calif, 



April-May, 19^S 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 15 



Sterling Mattress 
Company 

Under New Management 



UN 1-5541 

1919 Bryant Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

THE WISHING WELL 

SEabricht 1-6433 
603 IRVING STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

We Buy and Sell 
TRACTORS — SHOVELS — DRAGLINES 

GOLDEN GATE EQUIPMENT CO. 

sutler 1-8408 

Room 340 

870 MARKET STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

DR. PAUL F. FUNG 

Yukon 2-1818 
777 BROADWAY 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

DELUXE COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

Ernest C. Presinger, Proprietor 

WEst 1-9863 

1400 FILLMORE STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Compliments of a 
FRIEND 



FLOYD L. OSBORN TIRE SALES 

USED 

ATwater 8-1493 
1670 INNES AVENUE 



Club and managed to elicit the following 
information, The club was started in 1935 
with the usual ups and downs of any club 
but now it's in the "ups" with very little 
chance of dropping into the "downs. " It 
is for both military personnel and civilians 
with a ratio of about 30^{- of the member- 
ship being civilians. 

Dues arc $8 a year for civilians and S5 
a year for the military and the range will 
be used mostly for training and practice of 
the military personnel. On each practice 
night the shooters will be furnished free 
a box of .22 shells, which to my way of 
calculating is worth much more than the 
dues. At present there are about 60 mem- 
bers with an anticipated membership of 
150. The club is affiliated with the Na- 
tional Rifle Association and is enrolled 
with the Director of Civilian Marksman- 
ship. They hope to start matches with a 
quarterly tournament and finally swing 
into monthly matches for all shooters 
whether club members or not. 

In addition to the above the Club has 
a terrific junior program for boys and girls 
in the age bracket of 1 1 years thru 16 years 
with the present enrollment of 150 junior 
shooters and if you think that is not a 
handful you're just plain nuts. There are 
two master sergeants, Master Sgt. 'Vechich 
and Master Sgt. Sheridan, who take care 
of the junior program and are doing a 
masterful job and doing it well, both men 
being very popular with the youngsters. 
The course takes in the proper method of 
handling and firing guns and a compre- 
hensive course in safety first. 

The range itself contains a small snack 
bar, just as you enter the range, where 
candy and soft drinks may be purchased 
as well as various shooting items, a few 
feet further on is the concrete covered 
floor up to the firing line, from there on 
out to the target frames it is hard packed 
red rock. The metal backstop is % inch 
thick and incidentally, weighs III/2 tons. 
The targets are stationary but plans are in 
the offing to have them made movable 
for time and rapid-fire strings. 



UNITED TOWING COMPANY 



suiter 1-6606 
PIER 14 

SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



Telephones HE 1-3451 ■ LO 41659 

D. &. P. "CLEAN-A-RAMA" 

BUILDING MAINTENANCE 

Contractors for Cleaning Offices and Office 

Buildings - Men Insured - Elevator Operators 

Furnished 

558 SACRAMENTO STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



GArfield 1-2914 

Le Boeuf 
Restaurant 

"The Home of Steaks 
par excelletice" 
Open 5 p.m. Daily 

545 Washington Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



DON'S HILLTOP TV SERVICE 

SALES AND SERVICE 

TELLVISION — RADIO - REPAIRS 

ANTENNA INSTALLATIONS 

JUniper 6-4S77 
S344 MISSION STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



G. T. MARSH & CO. 

ORIENTAL ART COLLECTORS 

GArfield 1-5661 
S22 SUTTER STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



PALACE BATH 

EXbrook 2-9856 
85 THIRD STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

DEAK AND COMPANY 

DOuglas 2-3452 
460 POST STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

12TH AND KIRKHAM MARKET 

GROCERIES ■ WINE ■ LIQUOR 

SEabright 1-9540 
754 KIRKHAM STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

HARRY S. WAINWRIGHT 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



April -May, 1958 



Neon Lights Protected 
The range is a high ceiling affair with 
^-ents on top of the roof to carry off the 
dust and smoke and the neon hghts placed 
high on the ceiling are well protected by 
heavy sheeting to deflect any stray bullets 
coming their way. There are plenty of 
benches to rest upon between relays and 
for the belly-shooters they have nice, soft, 
restful, thick mattresses. (Maybe it might 
be in order to suggest they detail a couple 
of men to keep the small bore shooters 
from going to sleep.) 

It is a splendid range and should be 
well patronized after they get their pro- 
gram into full swing so if you are inter- 
ested in becoming a member of the club 
I might suggest you call Captain Kallum 
and secure an application blank. 

I'm anxious to see it in full swing — 
good luck! 



In 1957, 1,330 American were killed in 
train-car crashes. 



METROPOLITAN MEAT CO. 

HE 1-5370 

1985 MISSION STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

CONSULATE GENERAL 
OF HONDURAS 



EX 2-0076 
481 MARKET STREET 



UNderhill 3-0805 

Compliments of 

NOE MARKET 

Uttamlal Gandhi, Prop. 

Quality Groceries, 

Vegetables 
Liquors and Wines 

276 NoE Street 

Near Market 

San Francisco, Calif. 



Carew & English, 
Inc. 

Funeral Directors 

Established 1890 

LEO V. CAREW, PRESIDENT 

Masonic at Golden Gate 

Avenue 
San Francisco, Calif. 



RANDOLPH R. CLEMENT 
COMPANY 

ct Mail Planned, Produced - Mailing Lists 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA sAN FRANCISCO 



DOuglas 2-7314 
16 FIRST STREET 



CITATIONS INCREASE 



SACRAMENTO — California drivers 
must exercise more respect for traffic laws 
if they are to avoid becoming a traffic sta- 
tistic warns the California Highway Pa- 
trol. 

"The growing number of citations is- 
sued by the California Highway Patrol 
is some evidence of the apparent lack of 
respect for traffic rules and regulations," 
declared Patrol Commissioner B. R. Cald- 
well. "During 1957 the Patrol issued 909,- 
353 citations, 307,100 of which were for 
speed violations. The total also included 
12,904 arrests for violations of the laws 
referring to driving while under the in- 
fluence of alcohol. 

"An analysis of 88,886 traffic accidents 
occurring during 1957 in the areas pa- 
trolled by the Patrol reveals that 82,630 
or 93 per cent of them were charged to 
traffic violations," Caldwell stated. "The 
evidence emphasizes the fact that violat- 
ing traffic laws will eventually lead you 
to an accident." 



E. A. JOHNSON & COMPANY 

COFFEE IMPORTERS 

SUtter 1-6701 
166 CALIFORNIA STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



SCHOMER HORSERADISH CO. 

WHOLESALE - RETAIL 
GROUND FRESH DAILY 



CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO 



MArket 1-7722 
745 LACUNA STREET 



CALIFORNIA 



BUILDING SERVICE EMPLOYEES 
LOCAL 87 

PRospect 5-2664 
240 GOLDEN GATE AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

DeLOS C. BUTTS— Jewe/er 

WATCH REPAIRING 

DOuglas 2-1811 
38 MONTGOMERY STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



C. L. ASHLEY 

General Chairman. Pacific Federation 

Broth ;rhood of Maintenance of Way Employes 

E. C. Spence. Vice Chairman 

C. A. Grenvik, Secy-Treas. 

Phone GArfield 1-2814 

Room 849 Pacific Building 

821 MARKET STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



JOE'S AUTO WRECKING 

JOSEPH A. HOWARTH 

VAIencia 4-9856 — 4-9857 
1230 EVANS AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



DUDLEY PERKINS CO. 

Harley Davidson Motorcycles 
Distributors Since 1914 



SAN FRANCISCO 



PRospect 5-5323 
655 ELLIS STREET 



CALIFORNIA 



ATTEND THE 

OPEN BIBLE CHURCH 

W. Crawford Jones. Pastor 
•BRING THE FAMILY" 

2135 MARKET STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



AMERICAN JANITOR'S SUPPLY 

HE 1-0612 
1780 MISSION STREET 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

AMERICAN CAN CO. 
"CANCO" 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



Pacific Heights Excellent Food 

GRAY LODGE 

RESIDENCE CLUB FOR YOUNG MEN 
AND WOMEN 

PRospect 5-9980 
1701 FRANKLIN STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



April-May, 19'>8 



POLICE AND PEACE OEEICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 17 



BROADMOOR POLICE ALERT 



In a small town nothing is supposed to 
happen, yet only last year the biggest 
gambling raid of the season came in Broad- 
moor, California, when Chief of Police 
Ray Savage personally seized ^O't Chinese 
in his area who were doing illegal betting. 

Chief Savage is also credited with break- 
ing up a large abortion ring in his com- 
munity. Forty years old, married and the 
father of one child, he has been an officer 
for nine years. 

Savage has been commended by other 
departments and has many excellent ar- 
rests to his credit. 

Charles Manning, 37, has been on the 
force three and a half years, and h.u> won 
commendation for single-handedly arrest- 
ing a long-wanted burglar. The story be- 
gan while he was patrolling his district 
early one morning this year. 
All Quiet 

Things were quiet as he made his rounds 
when suddenly he saw an unfamiliar car 
on the street. 

Looking around for the driver, the offi- 
cer was surprised to see a man crouched 
behind some bushes near the gate of a 
home. 

Manning watched as the suspect raised 
slowly up with a knife in his hand and 
when he turned around the officer saw a 
mask on the culprit's face. 

Approaching the man with his gun in 
hand, the officer shouted "stop right 
there". 

Suspect turned and seeing the lawman 
dropped his knife and tore the mask from 
his face. 

"Back up toward me," ordered Man- 
ning. Searching him the officer found a 
large roll of tape and a pair of gloves. 
Used Diapers 

Leading suspect back to the unfamiliar 
car he knew now was the masked man's, 
the officer found more tape and several 
diapers that the criminal had used to tie 
his victims up with. 

TROJAN POWDER COMPANY 

GArfield 1-3114 
620 MARKET STREET 



h) KaIHI.I I.N Bl.AlR 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



AL'S BUFFET 

UNderhill 1-9407 
63 COUGH STREET 




The captured man had a long record 
as a burglar, car thief and robber. 

He is now a permanent resident of San 
Quentin Prison where he had previously 
spent over half of his life off and on. 

Merrill Baxley, 29, has had only three 
years on the Broadmoor Police Force, yet 
as the juvenile officer he has personally 
helped more youngsters to become useful 
citizens without sending them to court 
than he has by arresting them. 

The most important challenge of his en- 
tire career was that of catching two juve- 
niles whr had been linked with burglaries, 
car stealing and petty thefts in recent 
weeks. 

Baxley's orders were "stop them ". 

Through evidence found at the scene 
and oth-.r information. Officer Baxley 
learned the identity of the boys and took 
them into custody. 

Juvenile Crooks 
Extensive interrogation proved this pair 
were responsible for a multitude of 
crimes committed in this city. 



AMES MERCANTILE CO.. INC. 



MArket 1-8444 
1665 MISSION STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



WILLIAM R. STAATS & CO. 

Members New York Slock Exchange 



SU 1-7500 
111 SUTTER STREET 



Further investigation pro\cd the home 
environment warranted that with the 
court's permission, and the personal as- 
sistance of lawman Baxley, the boys be 
allowed a second chance. 

This was done. 

The case was successfully concluded 
when the boys were taken off probation 
and are now star athletes and students in 
their respective schools. 

This again proves that not only has the 
policeman got nerve and courage, but he 
can also be found with an abundance of 
understanding and humanity for those less 
fortunate than he. 

Broadmoor was organized in 1949 with 
only two officers, one chief and 3000 resi- 
dents. It now has a governing body of 
three police Commissioners elected by the 
voters. 

Own Ambulance 

Broadmoor has the only police owned 
and operated ambulance in San Mateo 
County. 

It has its own photography, teletype and 
radio system. 

Ronald Sinclair, 27, and George Carl- 
ton, 39, also have had some interesting 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



BRENTWOOD 
LODGE 

One of Northern California's 

Finest Restaurants 

and 

Fireplace Cocktail 
Lounges 

Luncheons Served Daily 

Dinners - Tuesday thru 

Sunday 

BANQUET FACILITIES 

Travis Nesbitt at the Console 

JUno 3-6263 

101 BRENTWOOD DRIVE 

AT EL CAMINO REAL 

(15 minutes from downtown San 
Francisco — 6 minutes from Inter- 
national Airport) 

Brentwood, South 
San Francisco, Calif. 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



April-May, 1938 



experience since joining the force several 
years ago. 

These include everything from solving 
crimes to assisting in accident cases and 
aiding other officers in catching prowlers, 
vandals and keeping undesirable occur- 
rences at a minimum in their city. 

So it goes, night after night, watching 
ever watching, combating, always combat- 
ing. 

Eternal vigilance against the thief, the 
prowler, the rapist, the murderer. 

Seven thousand people and live men 
to guard them but they do their job well 
— they are the Broadmoor Police Depart- 
ment and to them that means everything. 

") 3,000 Americans were injured in car- 
bicycle mishaps in 19'^7. 

THE STAR CAFE 



TU S-97S6 
700 LARKIN STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



AMALGAMATED MEAT CUTTERS 

AND BUTCHERS WORKMEN OF 

NORTH AMERICA 



Local 115 



3012 SIXTEENTH STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



THOMAS CATERING SERVICE 



TRAINING FILMS AVAILABLE 



The Traffic Institute of Northwestern 
University is now prepared to answer in- 
quiries about police training films. 

At the annual conference of the Inter- 
national Association of Chiefs of Police 
last fall in Honolulu, the Traffic Institute 
was charged with ,the responsibility of 
compiling and maintaining information on 
all types of films (sound motion and 
sound slide) produced by or for police for 
training purposes. 

In announcing the film information 
service, Ray Ashworth, director of the 
Traffic Institute and of the lACP Traffic 
Division, said: : 

Write Librarian 

"After extensive correspondence with 
police agencies and following study of 
existing sources of films, we are now ready 
to answer inquiries. Police departments 
and others interested in learning how and 
where films on police training subjects 
may be obtained are invited to write to 

SUN HUNG HEUNG 

GENUINE CHINESE FOOD 

YU 2-2319 
744 WASHINGTON 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



HAPPY CIRCLE GROCERY 

Andrew T. K. Tseng. Owner 



William R. Sieben, librarian, the Traffic 
Institute, Northwestern University, 1804 
Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

"I would like to emphasize, however, 
that we do not have films to sell, rent, or 
lend, nor do we have a 'catalogue' or list 
of films to distribute. We have our in- 
formation on cards, and each inquiry will 
be handled on an individual basis. 

"To be processed, an inquiry must men- 
tion a particular title or a specific subject. 
We will not be able to handle inquiries 
of a general nature. 

"The Traffic Institute is pleased to have 
the opportunity to provide this service to 
the law enforcement field." 

GEORGE NORTON MACHINE CO. 



Engin, 
Fabr 



Welding 



UNderhill 1-4294 
366 - lOTH STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



POLYCLINIC HOSPITAL 

A General Hospital With All Facilities 

Out Patient Department, Emergency Medical 

and Surgical Treatment 



PR 6-5208 
1055 PINE STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



LOMBARD LIQUOR STORE 



1674 EIGHTH AVENUE 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



BA 1-8380 
471S GEARY BOULEVARD 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



GR 4-4212 
1418 LOMBARD 

SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



SERVICE GARAGE 



WA 1-3021 
3340 SACRAMENTO STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



BOSWORTH CLEANERS 



JU 4-3510 
647 BOSWORTH 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



AUNGER ARTIFICIAL LIMB CO. 



MArket 1-6055 
1633 MARKET STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



M. D. GREEN RICE MILLING CO. 

SUtter 1-8583 
465 CALIFORNIA STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



CLAUDIUS BEAUTY SALON 

LO 4-0575 
2143 TARAVAL 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



ATLANTIC HOTEL 

THE WORKINGMAN'S HOTEL 
Newly Decorated — Hot and Cold Water in 

Every Room 

Convenient to Post Office, Bus Depot and 

Shopping District 

DAN TURLINGTON 

Phone UNderhill 1-9056 

226 SIXTH STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

WALTER B. LOMAX 

465 CALIFORNIA STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



KENROYCE,INC. 

Building Materials 
Ready Mixed Concrete 
. Rock • Gravel • Sand 



JU 8-8212 

205 So. Linden Avenue 
South San Francisco, Cal. 



Af»il-M,iy, 19'ifi 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



Page 19 




DALY Cl'n' NIGHT WATCH FORMIDABLE. CriminaK in l)al> Cily can expect iriiuble from the ni^ht «an.li piuureJ above. The motor- 
cycle officer is Dick DeLosa. Left to right in the front row is George Brooks, Sgt.-in-charge Ricco Benedetti, and Frank Murray. The officers 
in the back row are Phil La Bruzzo, Juvenile officer Charles Terry and the modest officer behind Murray is Al Nicolini. 



WELCOMF. TO 

NEW GINO'S CLUB & TAVERN 

GINO BALDOCCHI 

7171 MISSION STREET 
DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 

GRAND FURNITURE STORE 

Complete Home Furnishings 

RAY AND STELLA ZANETTI. Owners 

JUno 8-6586 
365 GRAND AVENUE 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

AL PRICE'S FLYING A SERVICE 

PICKUP AND DELIVERY 

JUno 8-9926 
203 AIRPORT ROAD 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



JACK BALDWIN 

Real Estate - Mortgages 

SAN FRANCISCO AND 
PENINSULA PROPERTIES 

PLaza 5-7850 

TRINITY COMPANY 

6779 Mission Street 
Daly City, California 

KOCKOS BROS., LTD. 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

220 SHAW ROAD 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



CARL MOSHER SHOES 

RAND — FLORSHEIM 

National Brands 

Wesllake Shopping Center 

333 SOUTH MAYFAIR AVENUE 

DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 

FREGOSI'S MARKET 

JU 8-5297 
440 BADEN AVENUE 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

PIPER & RANDY TEXACO 
SERVICE 

Your Car's Best Friend 

We Give S & H Green Stamps 

PICK UP AND DELIVER 

JU 8-9966 
209 EL CAMINO REAL 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



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Apr/l-May, 1958 



A. M. BLASIUS 

INSURANCE OF ALL TYPES 
Representing TRAVELERS 



JUno 3-5112 — Diamond 3-4720 

502 SAN MATEO AVENUE 

SAN BRUNO CALIFORNIA 



MILLET'S MOTEL 

Housekeeping Apartments 

Also Single Units 

DAY AND WEEKLY RATE 

PLaza 5-3903 
7700 MISSION STREET 

CALIFORNIA 



DALY CITY AUTO WRECKERS 

We Have Acres of Wrecked Cars 

NEW OR USED PARTS 
All Makes. All Models, Cars Bought for Salvage 

PLaza 5-2545 

301 - 3RD AVENUE 

COLMA CALIFORNIA 



ANDY SIBAYAN 

NURSERY 



551 CLARK AVENUE 
COLMA CALIFORNIA 



TRAFFIC TRAINING 

The Esso Safety Foundation has an- 
nounced grants totaling $17,250 to sup- 
port a program of short course training 
for police. 

By means of the funds, three two-week 
courses in traffic supervision will be con- 
ducted in 1958 by the Traffic Institute of 
Northwestern University, Evanston, 111., 
on the campuses of Northeastern Univer- 
sity, Boston, Mass., the University of 
Maryland (College Park) and the Uni- 
versity of Tennessee (Knoxville). 

The Traffic Institute will receive $9,000 
from Esso to conduct training in accident 
investigation at Northeastern University 
and the University of Tennessee, and in 
traffic law enforcement at the University 
of Maryland, and the host schools will 
receive $2,750 each. 

From the Esso funds made available to 
the regional training centers, grant-in-aid 
awards will be offered to selected police 
departments. 



PATCH THAT DRIVEWAY 

Never neglect a driveway that needs 
patching, advises the National Automobile 
Club. A patch in time will always save 
you money. 



Frank's Trucking 



LO 9-3509 

861 - 73rd Avenue 
Oakland, California 



California Trailer 
Exchange 

Member Nationwide Trailer 
Rental System 

ONE-WAY service 
KE 2-1883 

3600 Foothill Blvd. 
Oakland, California 



GREEN VALLEY NURSERY 

•owers of Potted Plants and Cut Flowers 

PLaza 5-4323 
640 LISBON AVENUE 

^A CALIFORNIA 



JOHN'S NURSERY 

FUCHSIAS • GERANIUMS 

IVY GERANIUMS • HYDRANGEAS 

PELARGONIUMS • MARGARITAS 

SHRUBS 

PLaza 5-4364 

1632 EDGEWORTH AVENUE 

COLMA CALIFORNIA 



MIRAMAR HOTEL 



RA 6-4750 
HIGHWAY 1 

HALF MOON BAY CALIFORNIA 



AMERIO DRUG COMPANY 

LA 6-4022 

10387 SAN PABLO AVENUE 

EL CERRITO CALIFORNIA 



A. S. HOLMES & 
SON, INC. 



General Contractors 



LO 9-6425 

9300 "G" Street 
Oakland, California 



Gilmore-Skoubye 

Steel Contractors 

F. L. Skoubye, Manager 



TR 2-3173 

8275 San Leandro St. 
Oakland, California 



Albany Mill and 
Lumber Co. 

Lumber • Building Materials 

Mill Work 

WiLLARD Lee 

LAndscape 5-8235 
Office and Yard 

5620 Central Avenue 
Richmond, California 



Al>ril-May, 19^8 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 

A NIGHT OF FEAR! 



Page 21 



The story of a night of feur in the Oak- 
land Hills was sent to your editor anony- 
mously. IFe feel it is north printing, what 
do you think.'' 



We average citizens are inclined to take 
our policeman for granted, indeed, some- 
times he annoys us when we find a citation 
on our illegally parked car, or worse— get 
a speeding ta^. "Damned Cossacks" we 
mutter, always under our breath. But in 
every man's lite there comes at least one 
time when he is shudderingly grateful for 
police protection, and mine came in March 
in the Oakland hills. 

There really wasn't too much publicity 
on "The Cat Burglar " who struck nearly 
30 times in the Broadway Terrace section 
of North Oakland, but the neighborhood 
knew about him through the grapevine of 
fear. 

No Ordinary Thief 

This was no ordinary thief. The spectre 
was real — a 225-pound Negro who was 
psychopathic. Attempted rape on both a 
65-year-old woman and an 11-year-old 
girl. Threats of death. Flashlight on sleep- 
ing householder and gruff demands of 
money and worse. 

While we were uneasy there was noth- 
ing unusual until a Thursday night late in 
March. We heard about it first on the 
radio Friday morning and then in the 
Oakland Tribune on the front page. 

Mr. Thief had robbed two houses a 
block away from mine. He had struck an 
old woman in the face and attempted to 
molest her and was only defeated because 
the indomitable widow had screamed and 
screamed. 

Oakland police had been quietly and 
intensively patrolling the area and con- 
verged rapidly. They thought they had 
"the Cat" cornered in a neighborhood 
back yard, but he vaulted a fence and dis- 



DR. DE GLORIA 
DR. REVELLI 

OPTOMETRISTS 

OAKLAND - SAN LEANDRO ■ HAYWARD 
WALNUT CREEK 

COSTA'S LIQUORS 

"THE HOUSE OF GOOD SPIRITS" 
An Excellent selection of Liquors. Wines it Beer 

TR 2-7710 
9802 EAST FOURTEENTH STREET 



appeared in the dark and muddy fairways 
of the Claremont Golf Course. 

Despite a cordon of cars and more than 
40 officers grimly searching the course, he 
made good his escape. 

Friday night was my personal night of 
fear. I knew that ordinary rules did not 
apply to this man. I knew he was athletic 
and strong and had a crazy disregard for 
normal behavior. It stood to reason that 
the scare of the near capture would keep 
him away for a few weeks — but I didn't 
believe it, and I was right. 

House Invites Burglar 

My house sits on the side of a hill with 
almost a quarter of an acre around it. Well 
back from the street, the house has three 
sides where a burglar could work on win- 
dows or doors with not a chance of being 
seen from the street. 

Two other streets fan out from the rear 
of my property, giving ample room for a 
quick and noiseless escape. "The only house 
near mine was dark and vacant, the own- 
ers in Europe. 

The house is two levels with one bed- 
room downstairs where my six -year -old 
daughter sleeps. On the top floor my five- 
year-old son sleeps in one bedroom and 
my wife and I in the other. 

First mo\e I made when I got home 
after work was to bar my castle as best I 
could. The girl was moved upstairs. For- 
tunately, she had a cold which gave us an 
excuse to move her without arousing her 
fears, but, being a smart little thing, she 
had caught the aura of fear from my wife 
and me. 



HUGH TAYLOR, INC. 

PLUMBING • HEATING • PIPING 

OL 4-S012 
3274 ETTIE STREET 

OAKLAND CALIFORNIA 

PEERLESS LAUNDRY & 
DRY CLEANERS 



OLympic 2-7000 
4701 GROVE STREET 

OAKLAND CALIFORNIA 



BUON GUSTO PASTRY CO. 



OLympic 3-0350 
SOlO TELEGRAPH AVENUE 



Checked Locks 

My preparations may seem ludicrous in 
the light of the day, but at the time were 
very real and seemed the right thing to do. 
I checked the locks on all the doors and 
windows and then moved articles where I 
thought a burglar would crash them over, 
making enough noise to arouse the house- 
hold. 

There is no lock on the door leading 
from the downstairs to the living room, so 
I sawed a 2 x 4 to block the door and 
prevent its opening. 

Upstairs we checked door and window 
locks, brought our telephone which has a 
long cord alongside the bed and broke out 
my little .25 Colt automatic, given to me 
years ago by a San Francisco police officer. 
I didn't think the little gun could stop a 
berserk large man, or even if I could hit 
anything with it, but it was comforting to 
have. I was placing by main reliance on 
the prowl cars that I knew were covering 
the area like a tent. 

It may amuse the psychologists, but for 
some reason or other my television fare 
that night was two half-hour crime 
drama's, "The Lineup" and "The Thin 
Man," and "High Sierra," an old movie 
of gangsterism and death. 



Furber Bros. Saw 
Shop 

Saw Sharpening • Tool Grinding 
Lawnmower Service 
Pick Up & Delivery 

EL 1-8833 

14446 washington ave. 
San Leandro, Calif. 



CALIFORNIA OAKLAND 



CALIFORNIA 



Lundgren Wood 
Products 



LU 1-3693 

851 Soto Street 
Hayward, California 



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April -May, 19'^S 



Purity Stores 

Serving You and Your 

Family in 

Northern California 

LOWER PRICES 

WIDER VARIETY 

BETTER QUALITY 

Your Total Food Bill Is Less 

at PURITY 

Purity P/S Stores 



Sam's Anchor Cafe 

Marina's Finest Cuisine 

For Reservations 
GEneva 5-4527 

TiBURON, CALIFORNLV 



CARL'S OF BELVEDERE 

CASUAL WEAR FOR MARIN MEN 

On the Boardwalk 
BELVEDERE CALIFORNIA 

Phone GEneva 5-4545 

TIBURON - BELVEDERE 
JAPANESE LAUNDRY 

QUALITY WORK PLUS PROMPT SERVICE 

SINCE 1892 
BELVEDERE CALIFORNIA 



2 A.M. CLUB 

MILLER AND MONTFORD STREET 

MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 

DUnlop 8-0853 

SHAMROCK MOTORS 

TRIUMPH SPORTS CARS - SEDANS 
Authorized Triumph Dealers 

375 MILLER AVENUE 
MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 



Agony Was Mental 

« 

The real agony, all self-induced, from 
the mind and subconscious I guess, came 
when we went to bed. 

First thing, I cautioned my wife to 
awaken me if she got up with the kids. 
I didn't want to shoot her. I thought I 
would have enough presence of mind not 
to shoot until I knew what my target was, 
but like so many millions of Americans, I 
have never had to call upon myself in a 
situation like this and I didn't know how 
I would react. 

My dwelling is an old one and creaks 
and groans as it cools off. Rain added an 
eerie touch and a slapping branch on .the 
window from our pine tree helped jartgle 
already jangled nerves. 

The sound of my boy heading for the 
bathroom brought me up in bed, hand on 
the gun. 

The night passed and nothing happened 
— at my house. Anyone reading this must 
search their own minds to know how I felt 
during the night, as I don't think words 
can describe it. 

Have you ever awakened with a start 
from a sound sleep with a feeling of prim- 
itive fear, sweating and scared .' Have hor- 
rible pictures of what could happen to 
your loved ones ever chased themselves 
through your mind ? Then you know how 
I felt. 

"Cat Burglar" Caught 

My analysis of the "Cat Burglar" proved 
right however. This oft in trouble, oft 
paroled, insane man was caught trying to 
re-enter the same house where he had 
molested the 11 -year-old girl and just 
doors from where he had been almost 
trapped the night before. He was in cus- 
tody and would be sent back to San Quen- 
tin where he would stay until a parole 
board would release him to prey on society 
again. 

I guess they figure he is harmless — why 
I don't know. Someday he will be fright- 
ened or cornered to where he will kill. I 
didn't want it to be me or any of my 
family. 

But to get to the reason for this letter, 
all the time my mind was making a mon- 
key out of my nerves, I knew that Oak- 
land's police were dedicated to the task of 
capturing this man, and that men in blue 
were sitting tensely in cars watching for 
anything out of the ordinary and ready to 
protect me and my brood. It helped. 



SAUSALITO SAVINGS AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATION 



AUTO GUN RACKS 

In choosing optional equipment, new 
car buyers of the future may be asked 
whether or not they want guns and gun 
racks. 

A highlight of the Chicago Automo- 
bile Show, for instance, was a Buick con- 
vertible featuring built-in gun racks and a 
pair of plated Winchester Model 73 rifles 
with intricately carved stocks. The rifle 
rack is built into the transmission tunnel 
so that the firearms are handily available 
between the two front seats. 

Each door sports Western holsters car- 
rying a matched set of .38 caliber Colt 
revolvers. All upholstery is natural Danish 
calf, the floor is carpeted in natural Jersey 
hide, and the inner door panels and bucket 
seats are of hand-tooled leather. 



MOTORING COSTS 

Last year Americans spent 27 billion 
dollars to buy cars and keep them running, 
reports the California State Automobile 
Association. 



The Quality One- 
Stop Food Center 

MEATS • GROCERIES 
LIQUORS 

'Where Personality Predominates 
in Service" 

JOLLY STORES, INC. 

Kentfield — Mill Valley 
California 



TW 2-2215 

Dervin Ford Co. 

Your Authorized Ford Dealer in 

Novato - Factory Trained 

Mechanics 

Genuine Ford Parts 

"You Always Get A 
Square Deal" 

7401 Redwood Highway 
Novato, California 



MARIN EQUIPMENT CO. 

TRACTORS, TRUCKS, TRAILERS, GRADERS 

SHOVELS, CARRY-ALLS 

Bought ■ Sold ■ Exchanged 



675 BRIDGEWAY 



CALIFORNIA GREENBRAE 



P. O. Box 303 
HIGHWAY 101 



CALIFORNIA 



April-May, 19 ''8 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 23 



TV POLICEWOMAN'S STORY 

TVs "Decov" program shows a New York Policewoman, portrayed by Santa Cruz and Hollywood's Beverly Garland as 
Paiicia "Casey" Jonfs, run the gamut of all possible experiences in an enjoyable ha^-hour earned weekly .nCahforn.a on 
KPIX San Francisco KMJ, Fresno; KERO, Bakersfield; XETV, San Diego and KOVR, Stockton. Here .s her story. 



Looks like the lady cops are coming 
into their own on television as well as on 
the force. And isn't it about time ! 

Outpointing many top-rated network 
and local television shows these days is a 
lively, true-to-life series dramatizing the 
week-'to-week adventures of one Patricia 
"Casey" Jones, New York City police- 
woman, portrayed by TV and film star 
Beverly Garland. 

There seems to be no limit to Miss 
Jones' detective talents and ingenuity in 
trapping lawbreakers in their widely as- 
sorted anti-social activties. She disguises 
herself with equal aplomb as an unem- 
ployed night club chanteuse to trap a psy- 
chotic girl who murdered her sailor boy 
friend ... as a nurse in a sanatorium to 
trace the high-level dope peddler who's 
supplying the daughter of a big-time gam- 
bler ... or as a wealthy young society 
woman to tag a gang of stick-up thieves 
who'd been preying on wealthy New 
Yorkers. 

GLenwood J-1556 

MAURICE BERTAUCHE 

Manufacturing 
LaVILLE FOOD PRODUCTS 

145 TUNSTEAD AVENUE 
SAN ANSELMO CALIFORNIA 



THE RANCH HOUSE 

COCKTAIL LOUNGE 
Fine Food and Drinks 

CL 4-8218 

722 SAN ANSELMO AVENUE 
SAN ANSELMO CALIFORNIA 

GLenwood 4-1712 

TOWN & COUNTRY INTERIORS 

FURNITURE :•: UPHOLSTERY 
SLIP COVERS :-: DRAPERIES 

91 RED HILL AVENUE 
SAN ANSELMO CALIFORNIA 



BANK PHARMACY 



Ar-son Investigator 
' She works with the Narcotics Squad, 
the Vice Squad, even investigates a case 
of suspected arson which ordinarily would 
be left to the sleuths of the Fire Depart- 
ment. And you know "Casey " always gets 
her man, or woman, though she risks her 
life weekly in the process. 

"Casey" is quite a bombshell in real 
life, too. When beautiful Beverly Garland 
was born the earth literally shook . . . 
there was a good-sized earthquake that day 
in Santa Cruz, California. Many years 
later, in lyi-l, she shook up the TV world 
with her performance as the young moth- 
er-to-be, doomed to die of leukemia, in 
the first "Medic" show. For that she re- 
ceived an "Emmy" nomination as best tele- 
vision actress of the year. 

Worked With Sinatra 
Besides more than 100 TV shows, Bev- 
erly "Casey" Garland has appeared in 
many motion picture films, beginning with 
"D. O. A." with Edmund O'Brien, in- 
cluding "Hemp Brown" with Rory Cal- 
houn, and most recently with Frank Si- 
natra in "The Joker Is Wild." 

Beverly credits "Decoy" with saving her 
life and health, professionally speaking, 
since after who knows how many roles as 
deathly ill or dying girls in a series of tele- 
vision plays and motion picture horror 
films, she has emerged as the healthy, very 



much in-the-pink, on-the-ball heroine of 
her own TV series. For this she has had 
to keep in trim, even learning jujitsu, in 
order to cope with her weekly treks about 
the highways, byways, subways and roof- 
tops of New York and its environs. As an 
indication of the risks she takes as routine 
in her pseudo-police life, the producers of 
"Decoy" have insured her for a mere 
milliini dollars. 

Decoy, distributed by Official Films, 
Inc. is now being shown over more than 
80 stations. Looks like it pays to show 
that crime does not pay, and hats off to 
"Casey " Jones for helping to show the 
public what officers of the law go through 
to sec that it doesn't. 



GLenwood 4-9716 



Day Electric Co. 
of Marin 

Electrical Contractor 



52 De Luca Place 
San Rafael, Calif. 



83 Broadway 
FAIRFAX 



GLenwood 3-2098 

CALIFORNIA 



Ralph E. Murphy 
& Sons 

Builders 



GL 3-0121 

428 Irwin Street 
San Rafael, Calif. 



GLenwood 4-8480 

EL CAMINO MOTEL 

modern 2- AND 3-ROOM KITCHEN 

APARTMENTS 

Radio and TV Service 

. 1203 LINCOLN AVENUE 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 

GLenwood 3-3830 

UNITED PRODUCE CO. 

WHOLESALE FRUIT AND PRODUCE 

95 LOUISE STREET 
SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



GLenwood 4-6252 

CROCKETT'S 
VAN AND STORAGE 

MOVING - STORAGE - PACKING 

CRATING 
AERO MAYf LOWER— America' i Finest 

522 "B' STREET 
SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



GUnwood 41713 

THE MARTINS' SUDSETTE 
DRIVE-IN 

AUTOMATIC L.iUNDKY 
SHAG RUGS OUR SPECIALTY 

1904 FOURTH STREET 
SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



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April-May, 1958 



TURRINI'S AUTO SALVAGE 

USED AUTO PARTS 
JUNK AUTOS BOUGHT 

TW 2-9592 
ROUTE 1 BOX 4« 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



LE CHATEAU 

Fine Food * Cocktails * Lunches 
Dinners Start at $2.00 



21/2 Miles North of San Rafael on Highway 101 

Turn Right at Lucas Valley Sign 
SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 

WESTLAND RADIO 

TV & RADIO SALES & SERVICE 
Dealer for Sparton, Admiral & Motorola TV 

GL 4-1071 
1535 FOURTH STREET 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



HERB'S HOBBY AND BIKE SHOP 

Schwinn Bicycles 
Hobby and Model Supplies 



GL 4-5451 
1611 FOURTH STREET 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



D & S GARAGE 

Complete Auto Repairs and Maintenance 

GL 3-1420 
718 FOURTH STREET 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



SAM'S & EDDIE'S LIQUOR STORE 



GL 3-6368 

703 FOURTH STREET 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 

GLenwood 3-8924 

COLONIAL SALES CO. 

CANDLES AND ACCESSORIES 

7 LOVELL AVENUE 
SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



BULLETS BEAT ARROWS 



LOCKE BROS. GARAGE 

AUTO REPAIR AND FENDER WORK 
PAINTING 

9U FRANCISCO BOULEVARD 
SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 



/. Ross Dunnigan, "Police and Peace 
Officers' Journal" shooting expert reports 
on an unusual contest in the Robin Hood 
style. His article follows: 

At the March matches we were treated 
to an unusual duel between the pistol men 
and a group of archers from the S. F. 
Archery Club. While it is true the pistol- 
eers gave the bowmen a trimming, it was 
rather a hollow victory as the advantage 
was all on their side in size of targets, dis- 
tances, timing and weapons. Perhaps an- 
other match under more equable condi- 
tions would produce a very interesting bat- 
tle and I'm sure the archers would give 
the hand gunners a run for their money 
and possibly take 'em at the two shorter 
distances. 

There were three stages of fire, one at 
25 yards, another at 35 and the last at 65 
yards, five shots at each stage in 21/2 min- 
utes on the regulation 50-yard pistol tar- 
get. The small target wasn't too bad at the 
shorter distances as the bowmen really 
could put 'em in the black but at the 
longer distance the time was too short as 
they should be allowed at least a five min- 
ute relay. 

Used Best Weapon 
The pistoleers used their best weapon, 
the .22 gun, but this should be made into 
the .45 cannon at all three distances so 
with the longer time for the archers and 
using the .45 gun by the gunslingers this 
would equalize the situation somewhat but 
not altogether. 

As the pistol is a much more accurate 
weapon than the bow and arrow why not 
have the archers shoot on their own targets 

GLenwood 3-2929 

VICTOR'S MACHINE SHOP 

STRUCTURAL IRON WORK 

1209 THIRD STREET 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 

GLenwood 3-0210 

MAC'S SAW SERVICE 

SERVICE AND SALES 

1209 THIRD STREET 

SAN RAFAEL CALIFORNIA 

Phone GLenwood 3-9882 



MARIN MOTEL 

ON U. S. HIGHWAY 101 

"The REDWOOD HIGHWAY" 

2 Milei North of San Rafael Overpass 

SAN RAFAEL CAUFORNIA 



and we shoot on ours? Maybe I'm all wet 
on these changes as I know nothing of 
bow and arrow shooting (aside from the 
fact my eyes were opened at the way those 
arrows plopped into the black) but per- 
haps the archers and a pistol committee 
could get together and formulate some 
rules and regulations for the next match. 

The archers certainly surprised the spec- 
tators with their skill and give us a healthy 
respect for their weapon (and maybe a 
better understanding of the Indians) so 
the next match should draw a bigger 
crowd as both sides are most anxious for 
a return match. 

Let's hope it comes ofl^ real soon. 

LICENSED DRIVERS 

Seventy-eight million Americans have 
driver's licenses, reports the California 
State Automobile Association. 



TW 2-2185 

Walt Brown 

NOVATO 

Franchised R.T.C. Dealers 
Quality Used Cars 

1119 Grant Avenue 
NOVATO, Californl\ 



Marin Rock & 
Asphalt Co., Inc. 

Crushed Rock Products 
Asphalt Plant Mix 
Concrete Aggregates 



TW 2-5030 

P. O. Box 325 

NOVATO, CALIF. 



Telephone TW 2-9754 

CLUB RIO CAFE AND BAR 

STEAKS AND CHOPS . . . DINNERS 
Finest in Mixed Drinks 

ON HIGHWAY 101 

J Miles North of Hamilion A.F.B. 

NOVATO CALIFORNU 



April-May. 19'^S 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 25 




ROBIN HOOD \FRSLS SAM COLT! Polite 
than "quiver and bow" according to the resu 
TTie Indian weapon lost hands down. Story on 



Phone Liberty 5-3193 and 4 

Swift's Garage and Paint Shop 

AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS - PAINTING 

Tires • Batteries • Accessories 

24-Hour Toulag Service — "A. A. A." 

Genevieve Swift 

888 FOURTH STREET 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 

Phone Liberty 5-1050 

MARK HAINES WELDING 

WESLEY TEMPLE, OWNER 

Iron and Steel - Light and Heavy Welding 
Automatic Rebuilding for Tractor Parts 

CORNER FIRST AND B STREETS 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 

Phone Liberty 2-0314 

OLSEN CONSTRUCTION CO. 

Builder "In lite Reduood Empire Since 1922" 
Home of "SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION" 

125 BROOK\X'OOD AVENUE 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 

Phone Liberty 2-1791 

Hanspeter Tractor & Equipment 

Salei • FORD • Service 
TRACTORS 

1015 PETALUMA HILL ROAD 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 



n the performance of their duties should be happy to be equipped with "thunder-slicks" rather 
Its of competition between the pistol shooters and the bowmen above at the Oakland range, 
page 2-i. (Photo by Methot.) 

PERFECT SCORE 

A 1 5 -year-old boy, Joseph SkrzyniarE of 
Meriden, Connecticut, has become Amer- 
ica's champion 22 caliber target shooter by 
ringing up perfect 200 x 200 scores in 
both junior and senior classifications. The 
achievement, first on record in the history 
of U. S. target championship shooting, 
took place at the world's largest 22 caliber 
indoor shoot, the Connecticut State Rifle 
Championships, held on the 'VC'^inchester 
ranges at New Haven. 



BEST WISHES 

Telephone Liberty 5-5232 

ORCUTT ELECTRIC CO. 

Harry K. Orcutt • James E. Nelson 
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING 

1 106 PETALUMA HILL ROAD 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 



DAILY MILEAGE 

The average American car owner drives 
about 25 miles per day, reports the Cali- 
fornia State Automobile Association. 



Thanks 
from 

ED HAGEN'S 

Squirrel Cage 

Corner of 5th and A 

Santa Rosa, Calif. 



Phone Liberty 2-5680 

M I LLS' PATIO 

Jimmic and Dot Mills, Vour Hosts 
HOUSE OF BARBECUE 
Dinners ... 4:30 to M 
Cocktails ... 2 P.M. to 
Closed Tuesdays 

2755 MENDOCINO AVENUE 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 

Telephone Liberty 5-1484 

HARRY B. TREMBLEY 

AUTO PARTS PLUS REAL SERVICE 

444 THIRD STREET 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 

Telephone Liberty 5-7220 

SENGER FARM SUPPLY 

Salts and Strtice 

Agricultural CASE Industrial 
Industrial Wheel and Crawler Tractors 
lion and Earthmoving Equipmont 

RAYMOND ;. SENGEK, OWNER 

1470 SANTA ROSA AVENUE, P. O. BOX 158 
SANTA ROSA CAUFORNIA 



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April-May, 1958 




UNDERSHERIFF ANDREW JOHANSEN. 
This candidate for Sheriff of Sonoma County 
hw a long history of excellent law enforce- 
ment work, starting in 1938 when he was an 
officer with the Santa Rosa Police Department. 

In 1957, 2,525,000 Americans were in- 
jured in traffic accidents. 

Telephone Liberty 5-5444 

RICKY'S 
furn'ifure for Western Living 

M. V. Nygen, Mgr. 

4040 SONOMA HIGHWAY 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 



Visitors Welcome 

Conducted Tours 
by Competent Guides 

THROUGH WINERY 

Daily - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

OPEN EVERY DAY 

ITALIAN -SWISS 
COLONY 

ASTI, CALIFORNIA 
Home of the Famous 
ASTI VINEYARDS 

of 

SONOMA COUNTY, 

CALIFORNA 

Be our guest on a visit to this 
Famous Winery and see for your- 
self how the many varieties of 
Italian Swiss Colony Wines are 
produced. 

SAMPLE THESE 
WORLD-FAMOUS WINES 



SONOMA WINS! 

Two veteran law enforcement officials 
are battling it out for Sheriff of Sonoma 
County, but regardless of the outcome of 
the election — Sonoma wins. 

Undersheriff Andrew Johansen and 
Sebastopol Police Chief John Arthur Ellis 
are both fine men with long and outstand- 
ing records in Sonoma County for service 
in the law enforcement field. 

Johansen's career began in 1938 when 
he served as an officer with the Santa Rosa 
Police Department. In 1943 he was ap- 
pointed a Deputy Sheriff and in 1946 be- 
came chief criminal deputy. He has been 
Undersheriff since 1956. 

John Arthur Ellis has been Chief of Po- 
lice of Sebastopol for the past 10 years. T4e 
served for 13 years in the deputy sheriff's 
office and for 5 years on the Santa Rosa 
Police force. He is FBI trained. 

Regardless of the outcome, Sonoma 
County is assured of a good Sheriff! 

Telephone Liberty 5-4172 

THOMPSON CLEANERS 



4040 MONTGOMERY DRIVE 
SANTA ROSA CAUFORNIA 



Phone Liberty 2-7023 

Santa Rosa Savings and 
Loan Association 

Since 1888 

INSURED SAVINGS 
HOME LOANS 

835 Fourth Street 
SANTA ROSA, CALIF. 




SEBASTOPOL POLICE CHIEF. This candi- 
date for Sheriff of Sonoma County is a vet- 
eran officer with 28 years of law enforcement 
work in Sonoma County, serving with the 
Sheriff's office and Santa Rosa Police Depart- 
ment. He is John Arthur Ellis. 

TRAFFIC TOLL 

Traffic accidents in California took 
3,669 lives during 1957, according to the 
National Automobile Club. That figure 
represents a drop of 135 from the 3,804 
lives taken during 1956. 

Most dangerous months in 1957 were 
November and September, with 353 and 
351 deaths respectively. 



WELTI 

Chapel of the Roses 

Since 1875 
Santa Rosa's Newest Funeral 
Home — Now in Our Netv 

Location 

Private Parking for 100 Cars 

Telephone LI 5-0880 

1225 Sonoma Avenue 

At Doyle Park Drive 

Santa Rosa, Calif. 



Saddle 'N Sirloin 

-A Santa Rosa MUST/ 

Breakfast - Luncheons - Dinners - Banquets 
Wedding Receptions - Club Parties 

2400 Midway Drive Telephone liberty 2-0975 
SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA 

IN MONTGOMERY VILLAGE 

Home of the Famous Palomino Room for Cocktails 

Clyde Chesney — Owner 



April-May, i9^« POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 27 

DAY IN COURT 

Businessmen, educators, professional people, peace officers and others must have a working knowledge of modern law. 
These actual decisions, condensed from radio broadcasts of "Point of Law, " are screened for accuracy by local bar associa- 
tions and are based on recent cases. 



You leave your brief-case, containing 
valuable bonds, in a bus depot locker. You 
put in a dime, lock it securely. When you 
return, the locker is empty. Who's respon- 
sible? 

Not the locker company, said a New 
Jersey court. They only furnished such 
security as might be afforded by its system 
of locks. The mere fact of loss doesn't 
show negligence. You can't collect. (CASE 
OF THE BOUNCING BONDS, Marsh 
vs American Locker, 19 ALR2d 326.) 

A trusted agent dies — and you discover 
he's embezzled $^000 from you. He used 
some of the money to buy a life insurance 
policy payable to his widow. The widow, 
who knew nothing of the crime, claims 
the money. So do you. Who gets it.' 

You do, according to a split decision of 
a Louisiana court. Since the money was 
stolen in the first place, the widow has 
no more rights than the original thief. So 
you, as victim can recover the amount 
that was stolen. (CASE OF THE WID- 
OWS MITE, Succession of Onorato, 24 
ALR2d 656.) 

Telephone Liberty 2-4556 

RANCOR PLUMBING & HEATING 

Eo Rancor. Ouaer 

QUALITY PLUMBING • CONTRACTING 

REMODELING 

REPAIRING - WATER HEATERS 

GAS FURNACES 

SHEET METAL • GAS PIPING - SEWER WORK 

4221 MONTGOMERY DRIVE 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 

Ttltphont LIbercy 6-0828 

BEST WISHES TO 
ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS 

CARTER MAXWELL 

PIONEER CONCRETE COMPANY 

1917 FRANKLIN AVENUE 

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 



HULSMAN TRANSPORTATION 
COMPANY 

WE PREACH SAFETY . . . 

WE PRACTICE SAFETY! 

P. O. BOX 42} 
SANTA ROSA CAUFORNIA 

Ttltpbont Liberty 2-4911 

M. J. PEDROTTI 

MULTIPLE LISTING REALTOR 
HOMES • FARMS • INCOME 



205 MONTGOMERY STREET 
SANTA ROSA CAUFORNIA 



State law in some areas prohibits speed 
traps, disguised officers cars, or measured 
highways. You're driving in such an area 
— cited for speeding — and the prosecution 
brings in radar evidence. Will it hold up.' 

Yes, in California. Radar doesn't fall 
within the definition of a speed trap. Here 
the officers car was plainly marked; they 
were in uniform. The evidence must 
stand. (CASE OF THE HI FI EYE, In 
re Beamer, 133 Adv Cal App 93.) 

After several unhappy years, a man's 
wife divorces him, leaving the children, 
and marrying a foreign count who had 
been secretly courting her for a long time. 
Do the abandoned children have a legal 
claim against the count for alienating their 
mother's affections? 

No, said a North Carolina Court in a 
split decision. A mother assumes a legal 
obligation to give her children love and 
affection. But the law cannot measure the 
amount. The count doesn't have to pay. 
(HENSON V THOMAS, 12 ALR2d 
1171.) 

For months, you've been sleepless and 
distracted by a neighbor's barking dog. 
One night you lose control, shoot the dog, 
and bury him in the garden. Can you be 
prosecuted for larceny? 

Yes, said a Connecticut court. It doesn't 
matter that you didn't get any material 
benefit from the crime. You intended to 
deprive the owner permanently of his 
property. It's too bad, but you must be 
found guilty. (State vs Sawyer, 13 ALR 
139.) 

You've just returned from Europe, with 
a slightly used but quite rare French sedan. 
You advertise it for sale at $5000. But 
through a printer's error, it comes out 

Residence: Liberty 2-7200 Office: Liberty 5-34J6 

STERLING LUMBER CO. 

"Eierylhing tor the Builder" 

BUILDERS' LUMBER • HARDWARE 

PAINTS 

II. J. lATELL, MANAGER 

Offict and Yard: 

1129 COLLEGE AVENUE 

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 



NILES MOTOR COMPANY 

BUICK Salts and SeriUe OPEL 
Our 21st Year in Sonoma County 



$500. A man tenders you his check for 
$500. You refuse it. He sues you to com- 
pel delivery at the advertised price. Must 
you sell your car for $500 ? 

No, most courts say, because the ad- 
vertisement isn't an offer. It is merely an 
invitation to come in and do business. No 
contract resulted here. You needn't sell 



965 SANTA ROSA AVENUE 



SANTA ROSA 



PETALUMA 



Telephone LI 6-0544 

SUMMIT 

SAVINGS AND LOAN 
ASSOCIATION 

• Insured Savings 

• Home Loans 

• Property Improvement Loans 

/« Montgomery Village 

711 Village Court 

SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA 



The Ultimate in Shopping Ease 
So Modern . . . So Complete 

Town & Country 
Shopping Center 

At the End of Spring Street 
Abundance of Unlimited Parking 

SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA 



THE SILVER $ 

Tom Berry. Prop. 

Where Friendly People 

Meet! 

A Popular, Friendly Spot! 
Corner Fourth at Davis 

Santa Rosa, California 



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April-May, 1958 



at the advertised price. (Brantly, Con- 
tracts.) 

As an insurer, you issue a policy for 
$5000 on a sailor. He's swept off a ship 
during a storm. The Navy issues his wid- 
ow a Certiiicate of Presumptive death. You 
pay the claim to the widow. Later, it turns 
out the sailor was picked up, held incom- 
municado for months by the communists; 
finally released. Can you recover your 



Yes, said a Pennsylvania court. Where 
there is an honest mistake of fact, it is 
only fair to return the parties to their 
original position. The "widow " must give 
back the money, and you must reinstate 
the policy. (Reigel v American Life, 11 
LRA 857.) 

By Clayre & Michel Lipman of San 
Francisco. 



A total of 38,700 American were killed 
in 1957 traffic accidents. 

MORGAN WOOD PRODUCTS 
COMPANY 

Since 1911 

Mditufai'turers of 

REDWOOD CASKET SHELLS OF FINEST 

DESIGN AND QUALITY 

J. T. Rafferty, President 



CLOVERDALE 



BOX 275 



CALIFORNIA 



GLenwood 4-1854 Teletype San Rafael 25 

BEST WISHES 

DRAKE'S BAY LUMBER 
COMPANY, INC. 



p. O. BOX 246 



CLOVERDALE 



CALIFORNIA 



MEDICO DRUG COMPANY 

PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 

109 NORTH WEST STREET 
CLOVERDALE CALIFORNIA 



Telephone TW 4-2015 



RAY FERRARI 

INSURANCE 



114 NORTH WEST STREET 
CLOVERDALE CALIFORNIA 



BEST WISHES OF 



CHINA REALTY 



NORTH END OF CLOVERDALE 




BOB CHOW IS REPEAT WINNER. The sharpshooting San Francisco gunsmith has won 
the Western Revolver Association championship seven times in the past eighteen years and 
repeated in 1957 with a 4325 score. 



FREEWAYS 

California now has about 450 miles of 
full freeways, reports the California State 
Automobile Association. 



As Always . . . 
Best Wishes 


from 


PETALUMA 


CO-OPERATIVE 


C R E A M E RY 


Home of 


Clover Brand 


Dairy Products 


• 


SANTA ROSA 


PETALUMA 


CALIFORNIA 



BIGAMISTS BEWARE 

The National Association of County 
and Prosecuting Attorneys voted at their 
annual convention in San Francisco in 
1957 in favor of a nationwide central 
marriage bureau. To cut down bigamy 
by men who abandon wives and children 
to state aid, an altar-bound couple would 
be finger printed and cleared by the bu- 
reau before getting a marriage license. 

Telephone TW 4-5704 

AL MONTEDONICO 

Evinrude Outboard Motors 

Dorsett Fiberglass Boats 

Maytag and Hotpoint Appliances 

RCA Victor Radio • TV and Records 

Zenith Radio and Television 
Pittsburgh Paints • Electrical Supplies 

FIRST AND MAIN STREETS 
CLOVERDALE CALIFORNIA 



BEST WISHES ... AS ALWAYS! 
FROM 

PAUL B. KELLY LUMBER CO. 



CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA 



GOODMAN & SONS 

THE BIG ONE-STOP SPOT SUPER MARKET 

QUALITY GROCERIES, MEATS, FRUITS 

AND VEGETABLES 

All Brands Beit Beers and Wines 

AT THE NORTH END OF CLOVERDALE 
30800 REDWOOD HIGHWAY NORTH 



April-May, 19^8 



The 

LOCKHORN 

CAFE 

Still Cloverdale's Finest Cafe 
Banquet Room - Dinners 

Lunches 

Finest in Food and Liquors 

Stop Once and You'll Stop Often ! 

IN THE HEART OF 

CLOVERDALE, CALIF. 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 

AUTO INSURANCE RATES 



Page 29 



Phone TW •«-267» 

DELTONE LANES AND 
RECREATION CENTER 

WORLDS FINEST LANES! 

8 LANES OF AMF AUTOMATIC 

PINSPOTTERS 

110 HEALDSBURG AVENUE 
CLOVERDALE CALIFORNIA 

TWinbrook 4-2989 

BARNES LUMBER CO. 

REDWOOD :-: FIR 
CUSTOM MILLING 

P. O. BOX 397 
CLOVERDALE CALIFORNIA 

Stornetta's Gold Medal Dairy 

4175 WITHERS ROAD, NAPA. CAUFORNIA 
Phone ENierprise 1-134} 

and 
Phone WEbster 8-2354 
4300 FREMONT DRIVE. SONOMA. CALIF. 
WEbstet 8-2001 

Modern Plumbing & Heating 

NORGE KITCHENS ATTO APPUANCES 

POST OFFICE BOX 278 
BOYES HOT SPRINGS CALIFORNIA 

Telephone 1180 

BEST WISHES FROM 

MALONEY- CHAMBERS LUMBER 
COMPANY 

Manulaclurert of FIR LUMBER 

LYTTON, CAUFORNIA 
HEALDSBURG, CALIFORNIA 

Phone Healdsburg 725 

SHORTY'S CLUB 

FOR COCKTAILS AND FUN 

SHOITY WATSON, OWNEII 

ONE MILE NORTH OF 
HEALDSBURG, CAUFORNIA 



The following article on automobile insurance rates is reprinted from Motorland, 
fine magazine of the California State Automobile Association, but the facts apply 
to most of our insurance polices regardless of company. 



To the average motorist, the fluctuations 
in the rates charged for automobile insur- 
ance must be mystifying, or as unpredict- 
able as the ups and downs of a yo-yo. The 
cynical, of course, will assert that insurance 
rates never go down, but always up, where- 
as in fact, the rates charged by most in- 
surance companies have been raised three 
times and reduced three times in the five 
years, 1952 to 1957, once to a point even 
lower than they were in 1952. 

Automobile insurance rates are based 
on five factors — exposure, loss experience, 
the cost of doing business, accident fre- 
quency and trend, which is the net result 
of the first four factors. 

Exposure is the degree of accident haz- 
ard aflfecting a motorist. Obviously, the 
traveling salesman who uses his automo- 
bile in his work is exposed to a greater 
hazard — that is, he has more chances to 
be involved in an accident — than the per- 
son whose use of an automobile is not as- 
sociated with his work. 

On the average, California motorists 
drive between 9,000 and 9,500 miles a 
year; a salesman may drive two, three or 
more times that distance. Some even drive 
60,000 miles a year or more. Obviously, 




riiONT END KEPAIIi 
WiNDSHIEU> >EI>IACEMENT 



BEST WISHES FROM 

Sebostopol Co-Operative Cannery 

APPLE LAND :-: APPLE TIME BRANDS 

Telephone VAIIey 3-6421 
440 SANTA ROSA AVENUE 
SEBASTOPOL CALIFORNIA 

Phone Liberty 5-6260 

FORSYTH TIRE COMPANY 

RECAPPING :-: ACCESSORIES 

Goodyear Tire Headquarters 

"Founded on Courtesy and Serrice" 

THIRD AND A STREETS 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 



the car used in such service is exposed to 
greater hazard and the rate charged for in- 
suring it must be higher. 

Crowded Cities 

Likewise the place where an automo- 
bile is used aflFects the hazard to which 
it is exposed. In a crowded city such as 
San Francisco, where many automobiles 
must use a limited mileage of streets, there 
is a greater risk of accident than in an 
uncrowded rural community. This is the 
reason why automobile insurance rates 
vary in different areas. 

Loss experience is the cost of settling 
claims of insured drivers. This has in- 
creased tremendously in recent years. For 
example, the local price of a family car in 
the low-price class in 1952 was $2,048 
without accessories ; the comparable model 
of the same make was priced at $2,525 
in 1957. This is an increase of 23 per 
cent. Since an insurer must contemplate 
the possible replacement of a complete 
automobile as a result of accident, this 
factor naturally compels charging higher 
premiums. 

Another factor which has required in- 
surers to charge higher rates is the change 
in automobile design, the use of larger 



SOME COST FACTORS WHICH 
AFFECT INSURANCE RATES 




1952 (100%) 

1957 (% INCREASE) 



Telephone 7803 

Frediani's Inn 

• specializing in Italian Dinners 

• Ravioli and Fresh Bread to take 
out 

• Banquet Room 

M. Oneto, Your Host 

51 10 Gravenstein Highway, North 

SEBASTOPOL, CALIF. 



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April-May, 1958 



glass areas and the increased intricacy of 
fender and body lines. Thus in 1952, the 
cost of repairing damage to the front end 
of the same car mentioned above as a re- 
sult of striking another vehicle or object 
was $362.41. To repair the damage re- 
sulting from the same kind of accident to 
the comparable 1957 model of the same 
make is $471.14, an increase of 30 per 
cent. 

Windshields Up 

On the same car, replacement of a wind- 
shield in 1952 cost only $43.31; in 1957 
it cost $126, an increase of 191 per cent. 

And if the insured happens to have the 
misfortune to injure someone, and the in- 
surer pays for hospitalization, the cost of 
that is up, too. In 1952, the charge for a 
bed in a two-bed room in a typical hospital 
was $18; in 1957 it was $24, an increase 
of 33 per cent. Since insurance protects 
the insured's legal liability for payment of 
such costs, these higher prices are factors 
in forcing the rates up. 

And if the accident results in a suit for 
damages, it is quite likely that the jury 
may award a much larger sum to the in- 
jured persons than would have been the 
case in 1952. This is a very important 
factor that must be considered when de- 
termining insurance rates. 

Cost of doing business, as nearly every- 
one realizes, is higher today than it was in 
1952. Salaries are higher, rents are higher, 
fuel and light cost more, oiHce supplies 
cost more, printing costs more, practically 
every thing needed for an insurance op- 
eration to operate a business costs more. 

Accident frequency is the one factor af- 
fecting insurance rates which has de- 
creased since 1952. That is, the number of 
accidents in proportion to the number of 

A. & B. SUPER MARKET 

QUALITY GROCERIES - MEATS ■ FRUITS 

AND VEGETABLES 

FINE BAKERY GOODS 

Fine Large Selection of Beers, Wines and Liquors 

630 EAST WASHINGTON STREET 
PETALUMA CALIFORNIA 

Telephone PEtaluma 2-6611 

G. P. McNEAR CO.— Feeds 

HAY, GRAIN, FEED AND SEED 

POULTRY AND DAIRY FEEDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS . . . COAL 

MAIN AT ""B" STREET 

PETALUMA CALIFORN IA 

Telephone POrter 2-6227 

PETALUMA LIQUOR STORE 

Finest Domestic and Imported 

LIQUORS AND WINES 
Gift Wrapping • Free Delivery 

138 KENTUCKY STREET 
PETALUMA CALIFORNM 



miles people drive has decreased. This is 
not to say there are fewer accidents; there 
are not. However, with many more auto- 
mobiles on the road in 1957 than there 
were in 1952, it is only natural that there 
should be more accidents. But the ratio 
of accidents to automobiles is down some- 
what. Unfortunately, the decrease in ac- 
cident frequency has not yet been sufficient 
to offset the factors which require an in- 
crease in rates. 

Costs Higher Tomorrow 
The trend of these things make up the 
linal factor. As prudent men must, insurers 
endeavor to look ahead and determine 
which way the other factors are going to 
move. Anticipating a further increase in 
the cost of settling claims, for instance, 
they must set rates which provide for to- 
morrow's higher costs. 

The rates charged by the California 
State Automobile Association Inter-Insur- 
ance Bureau were not raised in proportion 
to the rising costs mentioned above. The 
cost of a full line of Bureau insurance pro- 
tection for the same family automobile 
not used for business, nor driven by a 
male person under 25 years of age, was 
only 6 per cent more in 1957 than in 
1952 in the lowest-rated territory, and 
only 7 per cent more in the highest-rated 
territory. 

(Continued on page 34) 



HAROLD SMITH 
&SON 

General Contracting and 
Construction 



Roads • Bridges • Dams 
Paving • Grading & Excavating 

Ready-Mix Concrete 
Washed Sand • Gravel • Rock 



Established 1917 Throughout 
Northern California 

P. O. Box 232 
St. Helena, Calif. 



C. Mondavi & Sons 

CHARLES KRUG WINES 
California's Finest 

Charles Krug Select and 
C. H. Brand Wines 

WO 3-2761 

P. O. Box 191 
St. Helena, Calif. 



HOLM 

Timber Industries 

Douglas Fir — Redwood 

TU 4-3541 

1500 Ocean Way 
Gualala, Calif. 



S & K Chevrolet 



MI 3-5611 

Solano at Florida 
Vallejo, California 



DRIVE SAFELY . . . 

SAVE A LIFE! 
. . . it may be your own.' 

S. L. & T. CO. 
' PETALUMA 

Telephone POrter 3-1211 

SONOMA JOE'S 

LUNCHES - DINNERS 
COCKTAIL LOUNGE - BANQUET ROOM 

Catering to Banquets, Receptions — Wedding Parties 
Dining Room Open 11 A.M to Midnight 

5000 REDWOOD HIGHWAY NORTH 

Junction New Freeway 

PETALUMA CAUFORNIA 



April-May, 79 '« 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 31 



POLICEMAN, LAWYER, STATESMAN 



Bill Murphy's life is a success story. 

Up until a few months ago he was a 
San Francisco policeman. 

A young eager and intelligent officer 
he quickly became well known for his 
heroic deeds, his excellent arrest record 
and the sincerity of his work. 

During his police service he not once 
but several times was credited with saving 
lives; the most spectacular being the time- 
he saw a runaway truck racing toward a 
group of school children. For an instant 
the officer watched as it came closer and 
closer to the little ones who were frozen 
with fear. 

Then suddenly without any thought to 
his personal safety he pulled his own car 
across the truck's path blocking it a sec- 
ond before it collicled with the youngsters. 

Six Commendations 

During his ten years in the San Fran- 
cisco Police Department he has received 
six commendations and was up for three 
first grade meritorious awards ! 

He is a former trustee of the San Fran- 
cisco Police Association; past president of 
Trustee's of the Widows and Orphans Aid 
Association, and even now is the proud 
president of the San Francisco City Em- 
ployees' Retirement Fund. 

During this time Bill Murphy was go- 
ing to University of San Francisco during 
the day, to study law, doing his police 
work nights, plus his "presidential" ac- 
tivities on the side. 

It was a long ten years and at times it 
was hard, but then came the day he got 
his law degree and things began to look 
up. 

Now Confidential Secretary 

Recently Bill Murphy gave up his police 
career to become the Confidential Secre- 
tary to San Francisco City Assessor Russell 
Wolden. 

This enterprising young man's reason 
for taking the job was that he wanted to 



Serv-U-Garbage Co. 



MI 3-6858 - MI 4-0620 

939 Marin Street 
Vallejo, California 




AWARD-WINNING OFFICER RECEIVES CITATION. Former Police Officer William J. 
Murphy (left) is shown when he received a California Dental Association Representative for 
Community Service Award from former San Francisco Police Chief Michael Gaffey. Murphy is 
now an attorney and confidential secretary to popular S. F. Assessor Russell L. Wolden. 



BA. 6-5539 




ORSOE 


FEED 


& MILLING 


835 Lincoln 


Avenue . 


Napa, California 


Vallejo :-: 


Sonoma 



C. C. Sanitation Co. 



MI 2-8026 

1030 Nebraska Street 
Vallejo, Calif. 



BEST WISHES . . . ALWAYS 

SAWYER TANNING CO. 



Bus. Liberty 6-1031 



Res. Liberty 5-5399 



Since 1869 
68 COOMBS STREET 



CALIFORNIA 



BERGLUND TRACTOR & 
EQUIPMENT CO. 

CATERPILLAR . . . Paris - SjIis - Seriice 
NAPA SANTA ROSA WILLITS 



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April-May, 1958 



further his knowledge of Civic affairs and 
improve public relations. 

Married, thirty-two years old, and the 
father of two fine children, Bill is now 
the law instructor at the San Francisco 
Police Academy, thereby still keeping in 
touch with San Francisco's finest. 

Official records reveal that many mem- 
bers of the family are in the San Francisco 
Police Department, and all have extremely 
fine backgrounds and records. 

So it is that Bill Murphy, lawman, po- 
lice society president. Attorney at Law, 
Confidential Secretary, and teacher, is 
building his future with the honesty, in- 
tegrit)', and conscientiousness of an ex- 
ceptionally fine ex-policeman. 

• — By Kathleen Blair 



TWIN PINES 
SANITARIUM 



LY 3-3678 

RALSTON Avenue 
Belmont, California 



DINO PARDINI 

General Contractor 
and Builder 



Telephone EMerson 8-1611 

411 Oakwood Blvd. 
Redwood City, Calif. 



Phone EM 6-5993 

Carl H. Carlson 

LICENSED CONTRACTOR 
AND BUILDER 



1436 VALOTA ROAD 

Redwood City, Calif. 



CHEDA CHEVROLET 

CHEVROLET 



Telephone MOhawk 3-1227 
POINT REYES STATION, CALIFORNIA 



RUSS DENNEY 

BAIL BONDS 

EM 6-6359 

713 CLINTON STREET 
REDWOOD CITY CALIFORNJA 



RICHARD NAMBA 

NURSERY 

EMerson 6-2223 

155 VALOTA ROAD 
REDWOOD CITY CALIFORNIA 

ART E. MILLER 

JANITORIAL SERVICE 
OFFICES and NEW and OLD HOMES 

Telephone EMerson 8-0365 

264 UPLAND ROAD 

REDWOOD CITY CALIFORNIA 

FERRIS MILES 

DODGE • PLYMOUTH 
DODGE 'Job Rated" TRUCKS 

Phone EMerson 8-4141 

MAIN AND MIDDLEFIELD 
REDWOOD CITY CALIFORNIA 

E. J. JURGENSEN 

LESTER AND SHONINSER PIANOS 

■FROM FACTORY TO YOU" 

EMerson 6-0779 

1048 MIDDLEFIELD ROAD 
REDWOOD CITY CALIFORNIA 



A. & P. ROOFING CO. 

Phone EMerson 6-7563 
3451 PAGE STREET 



REDWOOD CITY 



CALIFORNIA 



JOHN C. AHL 

PAINTING. DECORATING 
AND PAPERHANGING 

EMerson 6-5312 

306 RUTHERFORD AVENUE 
REDWOOD CITY CALIFORNIA 



(Continued from page 3) 
The Suspicious Scrutiny 
There are certain questions you might 
well keep in mind when scrutinizing any 
testamentary document: 

1. How does the signature compare 
with other signatures known to be 
genuine ? 

2. Does the signature appear to be 
traced ? 

3. Is there evidence of erasures? 

4. Could the writing have been inserted 
above a genuine signature ? 

5. Has the date of the will been al- 
tered ? 

6. Who typed the will ? 

7. Is the typewriting consistent through- 
out? 

8. Were pages substituted — or of a dif- 
erent kind of paper ? 

9. Do initials on each page appear to be 
genuine ? 

Medical Records 
The number of malpractice suits, as well 
as personal injury suits, appear to be in- 
creasing. And here too there is temptation 
for litigants, and witnesses. So in any case 
involving medical records, it's wise to ask 
yourself these questions : 

1. Were the medical records actually 
written on the date they bear ? 

2. Are there substitutions or elabora- 
tions in the doctor's records ? 

3. Were hospital records altered? 

4. Were accident reports revised or re- 
written ? 

5. Is the signature of the injured party 
on the release genuine ? 

6. Are signatures and initials of a wit- 
ness or party on a statement made 
for a claims agent genuine ? 

Medical witnesses have been known to 
make false statements regardings patients' 
records. Or they bring substituted records 
to court. Examine records carefully during 
court recesses. If necessary, handwriting 
experts can bring portable equipment into 
the courtroom for further study and testi- 
mony. 

For example: An Oakland attorney no- 
ticed that the word "penicillin" appeared 



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on a patient's record on several dates — 
but with one ink. Original entries were 
written with many diflfercnt inks. Backed 
by a document examiner's opinion, the 
attorney was able to make a favorable 
settlement very cjuickly. 

Anonymous Letters 

If one of your clients receives an anony- 
mous letter, persuade him not to jump to 
conclusions. Wait until there are other let- 
ters. For one thing, authorship is easier to 
discover from a series of writings. And for 
another, the emotions raised by such com- 
munications often result in the wrong 
person being accused. 

Curious facts appear from series of 
anonymous letters. The writer may men- 
tion his own name, apparently through 
some psychological twist. One writer set 
himself up as a friendly go-between, ap- 
parently protecting the victim from a myth- 
ical blacKmailer named Louise Carter — 
who kept mentioning the name Robert 
Major in the letters. Major was appre- 
hended and convicted. 

Some points to look for in anonymous 
letters: 

1. Is the letter written in a natural or 
disguised hand.' 

2. Can the nationality of the writer be 
termined .' 

3. Is there a clue in paper, postmark, 
ink, stamp, or envelope.' 

4. Was it written by an employee? Or 
disgruntled litigant? 'Vengeful 
neighbor? Disappointed suitor? 

5. What make and model typewriter 
was used? 

6. Can the typewriter be located ? 

7. Are there clues to typist's identity? 

Don't overlook a strange human para- 
dox; neurotic people sometimes write un- 
signed letters to themselves — often to gain 
sympathy or attention. Then they engage 
an attorney and an expert to find out who 
is "victimizing" them. 

A surprising number of clues can usu- 
ally be developed by handwriting experts 
from anonymous letters. Even nationality 
can sometimes be determined from the 
writing system. Typewriters can be classi- 
fied, and under certain conditions, the 
work of the person who used them. 
The MiGHTi- Pen 

The urge to tinker illicitly with pen, 
ink, and paper knows few restraints. One 
gentleman was even detected tampering 
with a patent application while it was at 
the U. S. Patent Office. 



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FORGED WILL OF ESTHER H. Notice Esthers ink didn't spread where it intersects the 
fold. But the other writing does. The signature came first, the folding second, and "Will" 
third. This is part of the evidence that sent Esther's nephew to jail. 



Perhaps because patents and copyright 
problems, and disputed document prob- 
lems are technical in nature, they have a 
kind of natural affinity for each other. In 
any event, it's sometimes instructive to 
carefully scrutinize original plans, check 
alterations, and determine that corroborat- 
ing letters and notes are genuine. 

Some miscellaneous questions you might 
ask in miscellaneous cases: 



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Hewlett-Packard 
Company 

• 

DAvenport 5-4451 

375 Page Mill Road 
Palo Alto, California 



Olympia Market 

Fresh Vegetables 

BEER AND WINE 

Al Tounger 



YO 7-9932 

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Mountain View, Calif. 



WHITEY'S RICHFIELD SERVICE 

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TIRES • BATTERIES • ACCESSORIES 

Mel White 



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NALLEY'S BEER TAVERN 



Yorkshire 7-9639 
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1. Are checks payable to a dummy ac- 
count? Who endorsed them? 

2. Who made out deposit and with- 
drawal slips ? 

3. Changes in corporate minutes ? Sig- 
natures on proxies and waivers genu- 
ine? 

4. Have there been alterations in inven- 
tory records, sales slips, tax records ? 

5. Is there curious similarity between 
many signatures on a petition ? 

6. Changes in surveyors' or engineers' 
notebooks ? 

7. Could the promissory note have 
originally been signed in blank ? 

8. Any erasures or alterations of the 
amount ? 

9. Any tinkering with date, to bring 
the instrument within the Statute of 
Limitations ? 

10. Are photostats authentic ? 

11. Did the presumed suicide really 
write the note? 

12. Did the suspect really write the 
blackmail or ransom letter ? 

Authenticity Important, Too 
Litigants sometimes indulge in wishful 
thinking — and convince themselves they 
didn't really sign that paper after all. In 
these cases the expert's problem is not to 
prove forgery, but authenticity. This is 
especially important where a jury might 
not be in sympathy with the genuine docu- 
ments. If you foresee such a problem, bet- 
ter be prepared to protect your record with 
some adequate proof. 

Important Precautions 
Too many attorneys call a handwriting 
expert, hand him a questioned document 
and a genuine signature, and ask for an 
opinion. This is bad practice. One exem- 
plar is rarely enough for a sound opinion. 
Additional samples of writing should be 
obtained from banks, title companies, 
\'Oters' registrations, and so on. 

The expert should see the document be- 
fore trial. Handwriting alone is only one 
consideration. Information can be gleaned 
from laboratory study of ink, typing, wa- 



(Conlinued from page 30) 
Since the CSAA Inter-Insurance Bureau 
is a non-profit organization, funds not re- 
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are returned to the insured members in the 
form of savings dividends. 

Even with a liberal claims policy, this 
has been possible because of the efficient 
manner in which the Inter- Insurance Bu- 
reau is operated and also because, as a 
group, members of the California State 
Automobile Association have demonstrat- 
ed a willingness to assume a greater per- 
sonal responsibility for safe driving than 
the general public. 



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Yorkshire 7-3823 
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Phone RE. 9575 

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and Bar 

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termarks, paper, color, envelope, and other 
indications. 

Important too, is to engage an expert 
whose work and testimony will stand up 
in court. This requires long training and 
experience. The expert must be well and 
favorably known to local authorities and 
the bar. Generally he should limit prac- 
tice to the documents specialty. A well 
ei^uipped laboratory and office are essential. 
And his continuing study and research arc 
as important in his field, they are in law. 
He must also be familiar with rules of 
evidence and trial procedures. 
Help to Expkct 

What can you learn from the handwrit- 
ing expert ? Primarily, four things concern- 
ing your document: (1) that it's genuine; 
(2) that it's not genuine; (i) a qualified 
answer; or (4) no opinion. 

The last two results may come about be- 
cause of insufficient samples, or because 
the questioned sample is too limited. 

Close cooperation between attorney and 
expert is highly essential. For one thing, 
the expert's training may help him recog- 
nize important facts that arc actually ex- 
trinsic to the problem presented. For an- 
other, he's been through similar situations 
many, many times. The attorney may find 
the situation somewhat novel. So the ex- 
pert's suggestions as to preparation and 
trial strategy can be very valuable. 

Again, the attorney may have to spend 



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time hunting for decisions on handwriting 
evidence; the expert most likely has a full 
collection in his brief case. Though a lay- 
man, he can be counted on to have a 
pretty good idea of the law relating to his 
specialty. 

It takes thought and effort to prepare a 
case well, with expert testimony and photo- 
graphic demonstrations. The reward is 
when the court or jury say to themselves, 
"Why, we didn't really need an expert at 
all; anyone can see that signature is a 
phony!" 

There arc altogether too many forgeries 
and alterations that have succeeded. The 
attorney has the primary responsibility for 
weeding them out. A faint suspicion, con- 
firmed by expert opinion, can completely 
change the theory of a case, save long dep- 
ositions and tedious trial. 

Many new scientific techniques have 
been developed to aid the study of ques- 
tioned documents. But if the documents 
are never scrutinized, the fraud is never 
detected. 



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Compliments & Best Wishes from 

Loma Plaza Beauty 
Salon 

specializing in Finest Beauty 

Services - Open Thurs. and Fri. 

Evenings by Appointment 

Thelma E. Earle, Owner 

Staff: Marge Diano - Beverly Silva 

Donna Duncan - Ann Besse 

AC 2-7193 

913 Catalina Blvd. 
San Diego, Calif. 



Rosecrans Escrow 
Corp. 

• 

AC 2-6608 
AC 3-8195 

• 

2929 Canon Street 
San Diego, Calif. 



MacPherson Leather 

Corporation 

Wholesale Leather and 

Shoe Findings 

Leathercraft and Hobby Supplies 

Phone BE 2-0815 

1337 Fifth Avenue 
San Diego, Calif. 



Kenneth H. Golden 
Co., Inc. 

Contractors 



BE 9-8087 

1367 Sixth Avenue 
San Diego, Calif. 



Quintilian summed it up neatly some 
2,000 years ago when he remarked, "Your 
day in court may be jeopardized or marred 
by a document in the hands of your antag- 
onist; you may do well to question its 
genuineness." 

Good advice 20 centuries later ! 

(This excellent article is reprinted from 
the journal of the State Bar of California.) 

freeway's' NAMED 

The California Highway Commission 
has assigned names to three freeway routes 
in Orange County, one of them involving 
a partial revision of a previous designa- 
tion. 

The names and routes designated are: 

Newport Freeway — The adopted ffee- 
way route for State Sign Route 55, extend- 
ing from Newport Beach to a connection 
with the Riverside Freeway (State Sign 
Route 18-US Highway 91) near Olive. 

Garden Grove Freeway — The adopted 
freeway route for State Sign Route 22, 
extending from a junction with the pro- 
posed San Diego Freeway northeast of 
Long Beach to a junction with the pro- 
posed Newport Freeway east of Santa 
Ana. 

Riverside Freeway — State Sign Route 
18-US Highway 91 from a junction with 
the San Bernardino Freeway east of Colton 
to a junction with the adopted route of 
State Sign Route 14 near Olive, and then 
west along the Sign Route 14 freeway 
route to a junction with the Santa Ana 
Freeway at Buena Park. 

The previously designated Riverside 
Freeway route followed State Sign Route 
18-US Highway 91 and a portion of the 
State Sign Route 55 freeway route from 
east of Colton to a junction with the Santa 
Ana Freeway near Tustin. The State Sign 
Route 55 portion of this route has now 
been included in the Newport Freeway 
designation. 

Best Wishes 
E. O. 

Drive Carefully . . . 

Speed Kills 



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Inc. 

Wholesale Manufacturer' s Agents 
to the Military 

Luggage • Leather Goods 

Watches • Stationery • Pipes 

Lighters 

Telephone BElmont 9-2165 

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Week-ends are the most dangerous time 
to be on U. S. highways. In 19^7, more- 
than 55 per cent of all fatalities occurred 
on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. 



Best Wishes front 

The Clock Cocktail 
Lounge 

"The LiriMg Room of 
Imperial Beach" 

GA 4-6010 

285 Palm Avenue 
Imperial Beach, Calif. 



Best Wishes From 

Horatio's Chalet 
2253 Morena Blvd. 

BR 6-1144 
and 

Stardust Room 
3089 Clairmont Dr. 

BR 6-2879 

San Diego, Calif. 




LOS ANGELES CHOOSES CHEVROLETS FOR CRUISERS. Department oliicials in ilic 
Queen City of Los Angeles have ordered 242 Chevrolets for 1958 including botfi six- and 
eight-cylinder models and especially equipped V8's for freeway traffic duty. Here an officer 
poses with one of the new cruisers in front of the L. A. City Hall. 



Passenger cars were involved in d\'er 
78 per cent of all U. S. traffic fatalities in 
1957 and in 86 per cent of traffic injuries. 



Phone VA 9458 



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LOS ANGELES 14 CALIFORNIA 

TtUphone AN 9-0555 

BEST WISHES 

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LOS ANGELES 23 CALIFORNIA 



In 1957, there were over 370 persons 
killed while crossing at an intersection 
with signal. Remember, cross cautiously. 

Compliments of 

R. R. FELNAGLE & 

G. W. McCLELLAN 

INLAND PETROLEUM 

COMPANY 

"Celebrating 26th Auniiersary 

Union Oil Distributors" 

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April-May, 1938 



LETTERS 



Dear Sir: 

May I ask of you the following kind- 
ness? I would be very interested in read- 
ing your magazine regularly, so as to study 
and evaluate it. May I therefore propose 
that we make a permanent exchange of 
our two magazines. I have pleasure in 
sending you one copy of our Bulletin — for 
your information the contents are always 
given in three languages. Furthermore, I 
shall send you a copy of the Police Paper 
issued by the German Trade Union which 
you can have regularly too, in e.\change. 

My address for your mailing list would 
be as follows: 

Dr. jur Mommsen 

1st Secretary-General 

International Police Assn. 

German Section, 

Police Headquarters Dortmund 

Hohestrasse 128 

Room 215 

Yours sincerely 
(sgd) Dr. Mommsen 



Uncle John's 

PANCAKE 

HOUSE 

World Famous Pancakes 

1680 El Gaming Real 

Santa Clara, Calif. 




EDITOR 



TO THE 

Editor: 

We have had an inquiry from a member 
of the Police Officers' Wives Club as to 
the meaning of the seven-pointed police 
star. We have searched through all our po- 
lice material for the answer, but have failed 
to find anything that explains the origin 
of the star and the meaning of the seven 
points. 

If you have any information on this, 
we should be very grateful if you would 
send it to us. 

(Sgd) Helen Mayden 

Librarian 

Sacramento City Library 

* * * 

Dear Sir: 

Thought your article on handwriting 
and sex crime was rather far-fetched! How- 
ever, I realize it's differences of opinion 
that make horse-racing. 'What did your 
others readers think of the story? 
(Sgd) J. K. 
San Francisco, Calif. 

* * * 

Dear Editor: 

Your "Day in Court" feature in the 
February issue of the Police Journal 
was a crackerjack. Can we have more Clarr 
and Michel Lipman? Also liked the "Po- 
licewoman ' poem by the youngster. 

(Sgd) George MacLean 
Malibu Beach, Calif. 



Santa Clara 
Billiards and Cafe 

Amelia Zablonski 
Manager of Cafe 

Frank R. Toledo, Owner 

861 Franklin Street 
Santa Clara, Calif. 



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Featuring 

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Editor: 

I have noted references to several arti- 
cles in your Journal Police and Peace 
Officers' Journal of the State of Cali- 
fornia which are of particular interest to 
me, not only for my own personal use, 
but also as a source of staff training ma- 
terial. I would, therefore, appreciate any 
information you may be able to supply as 
to the cost and availability of your Journal. 

Yours truly, 

E. K. Nelson, Warden. 

Haney Correctional Institution 

Haney, B.C. 
Editor: 

Your article on seat belts hit home. My 
nephew was seriously injured when he 
hit the windshield while riding with a pal 
who went to sleep at the wheel and smash- 
ed into a tree. A seat belt would have 
saved him. 

(Sgd) R. S. 
Reno, Nevada 



Lenny's Cocktail 

Lounge 

171 east santa clara 
San Jose, California 

Del Rey Club 

1697 ALMADEN 

San Jose, California 
The Hut 

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Santa Clara, Calif. 



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Phone CHerry 3-7666 

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1 Block East of Lawrence Road 

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April-May, 1958 



POLICE AND PEACn OFFICnRS' JOURNAL 

1913 TAHOE TRIP 



Page 39 



This nostalgic account of the "Highway Hazards in 1913" was written by (;. B. Stebbins, now retired in Michigan. Officers 
in 1958 will get a wry chuckle out of the motorist's problems before World War L 



The combination of a long l'"ourth of 
July holiday and some friends who had 
just purchased a new Cadillac automobile 
meant a trip for me that I still rcmcinbcr 
some 4"> years later. 

In 1913 the Fourth of July fell on a 
Friday so the governor of California de- 
clared Saturday a legal holiday closing the 
First National Bank of Richmond where I 
was then working. I had a few days vaca- 
tion coming and so when two brothers 
who owned a Richmond grocery store told 
me they had bought a new four-cylinder 
Cad and invited me to take a trip with 
them to Lake Tahoe, I jumped at the 
chance. 

We left Thursday afternoon as soon as 
the bank closed and drove as far as Liver- 
more that afternoon to spend the night. 

The next day — the 4th — we got mixed 
up in a road race between Los Angeles 
and Sacramento. The race was originally 
scheduled to end at San Francisco, but the 
authorities would not allow it to run be- 
tween Sacramento and San Francisco. 

At Stockton, we tried to get on the main 
road to Sacramento, but it was blocked off 



CH 3-4599 

Albanese Food 
Shop 

Meats a»d Vegetables 

WINE AND BEER 
Ernest and Vince, Owners 

3483 el camino 
Santa Clara, Calif, 



American Mirror 
Mart 

Mirrors - Desks & Table Tops 
Larry Neff, Manager 



AXminster 6-4217 

750 Walsh Avenue 
Santa Clara, Calif. 



on account of the race. After trying at sev- 
eral intersections, we finally persuaded the 
motorcycle oflicer that we had to reach 
Placerville that night and he allowed us on 
the road, but warned us to keeji a sharj-> 
lookout for the racers, and if we saw one, 
to immediately pull otT the higln\'ay onto 
the shoulder. 

Drovi; 60 MPH 

Although we drove about 60, which 
was fast in those days (editor's note: it 
still is) I finally saw a speck in the distance 
to the south. We promptly slowed up and 
pulled off the road, but another motor- 
cycle man told us to get farther off, which 
we did. 

We had hardly stopped when the racer 
sped by, traveling at a furious pace it 
seemed to me. At a garage in Sacramento 
we saw and talked with one race driver. 
He was dog-tired and looked it, having 
driven from the previous midnight until 
that noon. 

We reached Placerville that night, as 
planned, and stayed at the Ohio House. 
Going up through the Sierras that day, we 
stopped once or twice to till the radiator 
--------------------- -----t 

Phone AX 6-6060 

Wm. Pacheco 
Trucking 

Local and Lou(^ Distance 
Hauling 

2175 lafayette street 
Santa Clara, Calif. 

Phone AX 6-9748 

N I C K O L A S 
C/oth/ng and Tailoring 

ALTKRATIONS ON LAUIKS' AND Mi:N S 
GARMENTS 

1023 IRANKLIN STRHET 
SANTA CLARA CALIFORNIA 



GENERAL PAINT CORP. 

CYpress 5-201S 
361 MERIDIAN ROAD 

SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA 



with water. I recall at one mount.iin brook 
seeing small specks on the bottom that 
looked like gold. 

1 was told that it was gold, but so very 
thin were the pieces that they could almost 
Hoat, and it would hardly pay to pan for 
the gold. 

Tahoi: Vista 

We reached Lake Tahoe about Saturday 
noon, and what a sight it was when we 
first beheld it I From a thousand feet above 
the lake, it stretched out for miles, a deep 
sapphire blue, while around it were nu- 
merous peaks, many still snowclad. 

Our first stop was Tallac Tavern. A 
short distance behind it rose snow-covered 
Mt. Tallac. Actually there were just a few 
patches of snow left. We slept in tents and 



ANdrews 9-1595 

RAY BURNS' 

Boysen Paints 

• 
1583 Meridian Road 

corner HAMILTON 

San Jose, California 



Shopper's Market 

Groceries - Meats 
Produce 

Free Delivery Service 

450 E. Santa Clara 

AT Tenth Street 
San Jose, California 



CENTRAL AUTO WRECKERS 

Al Bianchi 

3 3 NORTH MONTGOMERY 
SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA 



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Aftril-Mity, 19^8 



Garden City 

Disposal Service, 

Inc. 



CYpress 3-7104 

644 Stockton Avenue 
San Jose, California 



Birthday Cakes • Novelty Cakes 
Danish Pastries • Cookies • Pies 

Bon Ton Bakery 

Adventures in Fine Eating 

CLOSED MONDAYS 

LaVern D. Fine 

CY 2-3280 

342 E. Santa Clara St. 
San Jose, California 



Center Paint & 
Wallpaper Store 

J. F. AND Margaret Peer 



CYpress 4-4426 

439 So. Bascom Ave. 
San Jose, California 



Ken's Brake & 
Wheel 

Friendly Service 

"GUARANTEED BRAKES" 

Brake Relining & Drum Turning 

Wheel Aligning and Balancing 

CYpress 7-4945 

1557 W. San Carlos St. 
San Jose, California 



how we slept. On Monday we drove past 
Fallen Leaf Lake to a small inn where we 
parked our car and started our climb to 
the top of Mt. Tallac, nearly 10,000 feet 
high. 

When we had passed through the Sacra- 
mento Valley on Friday, the temperature 
was 106. On Monday we had a snowball 
fight. 

Scow Was Bridge 

In 1913, the road on the west side of 
Lake Tahoe was not connected, making it 
necessary to put the car on a scow and 
have it towed north to where the other 
road ended. 

We spent most of our time at two re- 
sorts on the west side of the lake — Home- 
wood and McKinney's. 

We went swimming in the lake once, 
and once was enough, unless one likes ice 
water in which to swim. I rented a row- 
boat and rowed out a distance. The water 
was so clear that I could see bottom at 
about 80 feet. 

We had one dinner at Tahoe Tavern, 
toward the north end of the lake. It was a 
large inn made of huge logs; it probably 
still exists. (It does.) 

I understand that Lake Tahoe is now 
the summer resort for many movie stars. 
I would like to go there again sometime. 
In 1913 there were no summer homes that 
I recall, just a few rustic resorts scattered 
along the shore. 



F. G. WOOL 

PACKING CO. 

INC. 



Packer of Fruits for 

Salad and Fruit 

Cocktail 



2296A Senter Road 
San Jose, California 



Aleet Your Friends At 

305 Club Cocktail 
Lounge 

Bob Diel 



305 Stockton 
San Jose, California 



San Jose Scavenger 
Co. 

Hauling Garbage and Refuse 

John Speno, President 
Frank L. Cuneo, Secretary 

Telephone CYpress 4-8560 

620 Orvis 
San Jose, California 



A Revelation In Eating 
and Drinking 

Your Host 

Terry Genesy 

Come On In — We Want to 
Say Hello 

CY 2-4841 

246 W. Santa Clara St. 
San Jose, California 



RENT RITE 

Equipment Rentals For 

contractors 

industry 
homeowners 



CY 7-1856 

345 Lincoln 
San Jose, California 



Apiil-Mtty. 19'^S 



POLICE AND PHAGE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



RAY T. WALL 

CONTRACTOR 
TrenchingCr.ding Backfilling Skiplo 



CYprcss 2-0820 
548 KEYES STREET 



SAN JOSK 



CALIFORNIA 



SIR FRANCIS 
Delicatessen & Restaurant 

Specializins in Fine Prepared Food 

(HOME STYLE) 

PIZZA • RAVIOLI • ITALIAN PASTRIES 

Complete Line of Fancy Cheeses — Cold Meats 

CL 1-0747 
1616 EAST SANTA CLARA STREET 

SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA 



SAN JOSE FRAME & WHEEL 

WHEEL ALIGNING AND BALANCING 

COMPLETF. BRAKF. SERVICE 
FRAME STRAIGHTENING 

Open Saturdays Till Noon 
HAROLD j NOBLE 

Telephone CYpress 3-0343 
3SS STOCKTON AVENUE 



CALIFORNIA 



WEAVER GAS SERVICE 

PROPANE — BUTANE 

APPLIANCES • FUEL • INSTALLATIONS 

CARBURETION 

CYpress 5-6651 
1687 SOUTH FIRST STREET 



SAN JOSE 



CALIFORNIA 



KENNETH M. YOUNG CO. 

Coved «< Fully Formed Sink & Vanilory Tops 
LAMINART DISTRIBUTOR 



Phone CYpress 5-4233 
248 GIFFORD AVENUE 



SAN JOSE 



CALIFORNIA 



PRECISION FRAME AND 
AXLE SERVICE 

FRAME STRAIGHTENING 

Wheel Algning and Balancing 

BRAKE SERVICE 

RALPH W. LECG — FRED ANDERSON 

Telephone CYpress 3-4689 

2S SOUTH SAN PEDRO STREET 

SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA 



BONNIE'S CAFE 

FOR BROILED STEAKS 
THAT ARE OUT OF THIS WORLD 



189 WEST SANTA CLARA 



CALIFORNIA 



EXPERT CLEANERS 

IN BY NOON — OUT BY S P.M. 

D. V. COLLINCE. Manager 

Phone CYpress 4-6706 

Main Office and Plant 

724 SOUTH FIRST STREET 



SAN JOSE 



CALIFORNIA 




DOUGHTY OFFICER HEADS PATTERSON POLICE! Alex S. Kosich is Chief of Police 
for the Patterson Force and keeps law and order in the California town. His excellent recorcl 
as a Probation Officer in Modesto sparked the Patterson appointment. 



TRAFFIC HEAVIER 

Traffic counts taken by the Division of 
Highways for the first 10 months of 1957 
show a 6.2 per cent increase in traffic 
throughout the State of California over 
the corresponding period for 1956. 

The greatest increase occurred in Dis- 
trict VIII (San Bernardino and parts of 
Riverside and Kern Counties) where traf- 
fic volumes went up 12.1 per cent. The 
only district to show a decrease was Dis- 
trict I (Del Norte, Mendocino, Humboldt, 
Lake and part of Trinity Counties) where 
traffic dropped off 1.7 per cent. 



SIGNAL 

Remember this when you're driving — 
other drivers have a right to know what 
you are going to do next. The California 
State Automobile Association says com- 
munication between drivers is an impor- 
tant part of good driving. Signal your in- 
tentions before you pull out of a parking 
space, before you turn, slow down or stop. 

CAMBRIAN DAIRY BELLE 
FREEZE 

DRIVE IN 

Burgers — Steak Sandwiches - Hot Dogs 



Shake 



-Sunda 



Nearly 27 per cent of U. S. drivers in- 
volved in 1957 traffic fatalities were under 
2 5 years of age. 



SAN JOSE 



2020 CAMDEN AVENUE 

9 Camden High School 



CALIFORNIA 



Verdugo Pharmacy 

John M. Cenicola 



PhotK CYpress 2-7388 

24th and williams 

525 Mclaughlin 

San Jose, California 



JOHN F. RUSSO 

SHEET METAL • WATER WELL CASING 

Heating • Ventilating 

CUSTOM BUILT TRUCK BEDS 

CYpress 4-2720 
575 WEST SAN CARLOS STREET 

SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA 



JIO NURSERY 

A COMPLETE LINE OF . . . 

ORNAMENTAL TREES AND SHRUBS 

BEDDING AND POTTED PLANTS 

SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS 



Telephone CYpress 3-9079 

251 NORTH NINETEENTH STREET 

SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA 



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Phone CYpress 2-8422 

Aluminum Screen 
Co. 

Window Screens - Screen Doors 
Sliding Screens 

881 park avenue 
San Jose, California 

CY 4-3429 - CY 4-5573 

D & S 

Repair Service 

Authorized Factory Service Station 
for Small Appliances 

L. H. Smith, Mgr. 

828-840 park avenue 
San Jose 26, California 



Business: CYpress 3-1874 
Residence: ANdrews 9-3837 

Moeller's Richfield 
Service 

brakes - motor tune-up 

404 HEDDING 

San Jose, California 



Nickell's Van and 
Storage Inc. 

Modern Palletized Storage 

Packing and Crating 

Agents LYON'S VAN LINES 

Edward N. Gibbons, President 

Phone CY 4-7944 

1617 Almaden Road 
San Jose, California 



MOTEL INDUSTRY GROWS 



Along with the tremendous increase in 
use of the automobile for both business 
and vacation travel in America, there has 
been a spectacular growth in the size and 
importance of the motel industry. This 
rapidly expanding branch of the nation's 
accommodations business, was recognized 
across the country during National Motel 
Week, May 18 through 24. 

The California State Automobile Asso- 
ciation reports that Americans do 85 per 
cent of their traveling by automobile. 
These Americans on the move, demanding 
modern accommodations convenient to 
the motorist, have given rise to the motel 
industry, 

Motels in the United States now num- 
ber over 57,000 with more than 8,000 in 
California alone; and more are being built 
every day. Motels represent a total invest- 
ment of $7 billion. Last year they paid a 
whopping $160,600,000 for keeping the 
rooms clean. This was in addition to 
$150,800,000 paid in wakes, $123,200,- 
000 for laundry, $25,000,000 for linen, 
china and glassware and direct property 
taxes of $60,000,000. 

More motels than ever are providing 
extra services that were practically un- 
known ten years ago, such as restaurants. 



Morwear Paint 
Distributors 

of San Jose 



Phone: CYpress 3-3585 

169 W. Santa Clara St. 
San Jose, California 



DALE PEACOCK 

Dump Truck Service 

BY HOUR OR BID 

10-Wheeler and Semi and 
Bottom Dump 



AX 6-0640 

3532 Cecil Street 
san jose, california 



swimming pools, service stations and 
lounges. Telephones and television in 
every room are featured in many. Some 
large, de luxe motels offer a wide range 
of services including banking, barber 
shops, swimming pools and children's play 
areas. They are in reality, complete, mod- 
ern villages. 

Motels provide sleeping space for 1,- 
500,000 people each night, enough to al- 
low every person in the United States to 
sleep in a motel four nights a year. 

Motorists avail themselves of these serv- 
ices to the tune of $2 billion each year, 
a significant endorsement of the motel in- 
dustry's ability to provide modern, con- 
venient lodging, With more than three 
times as many automobiles as all the other 
peoples of the world combined, the motel 
has become the home away from home for 
many traveling Americans. 



CHARLES S. MOORE 

General Contractor and Engineer 

CHerry 3-3431 or AX 6-3349 
951 HAMLINE STREET 

SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA 



Johnny Richard's 
Automotive 

Motor Tune Up • Brake Service 

Rebuilt Transmissions 

Engines Rebuilt & Exchanged 

Lowest Prices - Budget Plan 

Phone CYpress 5-7727 

673 So. First Street 
San Jose, California 



.... . ..4 



Johnnie's 

MAYTAG 

Sales & Service 

San Jose's Only Exclusive Dealer 

J. W. BUHRMASTER 

CYpress 3-5079 
CLayburn 8-6572 

348 E. Santa Clara St. 
San Jose, California 



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WESTERN REVOLVER RESULTS 



Just finished looking over the 19'>7 Pis- 
tol Averages for the Western Revolver 
Association, its winners, runner-uppers 
and other such data published each year. 
Two notable changes: ( 1 ) they have raised 
the WRA dues from one buck to a buck 
and a half, (2) there are now eight classi- 
fications from Distinguished M,ister down 
to Marksman (not so distinguished). 

This is rather a novelty in the shooting 
business but it does split up the classes so 
that more shooters can carry home the 



Specialty Truck 
Parts 

Used Trucks and Trailers ■ Gas 

and Diesel Motors ■ Truck Parts 

and Equipment - Army Surplus 

Equipment 

Brown-Lipe, Spicer, Clark, Fuller 

and Timken New and Used 

Office CYpress 4-5955 

1775 S. First Street 
San Jose, California 



Sportsman's Den 

specializing in Handloading 
Supplies ■ Old Guns Bought & 

Sold - Hunting & Fishing 

Equipment - Telescope Sights 

and Mounts 

Custom Bilt Rifle.r 

Raymond S. Edinger 

Telephone CY 2-6555 

1077 The Alameda 
San Jose, California 



Estrada's Food 
Products 

Chorizo 
Manuel Estrada 

CYpress 7-2020 

556 W. Santa Clara St. 
San Jose, California 



medals and trophies they give out. Its well 
worth a try and no doubt will be liked 
by the gun nuts. 

Before I forget it I should mention that 
Bob Chow, the San Francisco gunsmith, 
won the 1957 WRA championship trophy 
lor the seventh time in the last 18 years 
with a score of 432*). Jim W.ide, the crack 
army shooter, finished second with a 4319 
and Milt Klipfci, the shooting Highway 
Patrolman, dropped to third place with a 
4312. Milt copped the championship med- 
als in 1955 and 1956. 

Four Records Smashi;d 

There were four WRA records knocked 
over, one by Milt Klipfel in the .22 caliber 
who shot a 200 -|- 350 in the 20-shot 
timed-fire match. Offut Pinion, of the 
U. S. Olympic Team, set a new record of 
197 with a .38 gun in the 20-shot slow- 
fire match; Charley Young, the Highway 
Patrol team meinber, shot a 196 in the 20- 
shot rapid fire match with his .45 and fi- 
nally champion Bob Chow set a new rec- 
ord of 198 in the .38 rapid-fire match. 

Of the 24 difl^erent matches Chow holds 
the record in three of the matches and is 
tied for record in five. Klipfel holds two 
records and is tied in three. This is the 
first year Young and Wade have made the 
record list. Four records were tied during 
the year. 

The Master Class Team winners was, as 
usual, the California Highway Patrol 
Team. The S. F. Police Revolver team won 
the Expert Class; the Sharpshooter Class 
was won by the Oakland Fuzzy- Wuzzies 
while the City College team (subsidiary 



LITTLE ITALY 
RESTAURANT 

specializing in Italian Dinners 

FOOD TO TAKE OUT 

Your Hosts 

Mario L. Serchio 

Anthony Piscitello 

Phone CY 4-5897 

853 W. San Carlos 
San Jose, California 



SCOPAZZI'S FINE FOODS 

ckUil Lounge - Dinners - Banquet Roo 
SCOPAZZl BROS. 



Phone FEderal 8-9979 
Santa Cruz County 



of the S. I-. P. D. ) took the Marksman- 
ship trophy. There were 26 teams listed 
in the booklet and as stated "only (cams 
that fired in five or more matches were 
listed" but I know there must be at le.ist 
20 more that did not fire the ret]uired five 
matches. 

Club Shows Di:ki(:it 

One detail in the book is not too good 
(or the club and perhaps is the reason for 
upping the dues is that after all the smoke 
cleared away the Club showed a deficit of 
$95.80 and that ain't good ! Lets hope 
the $1.50 dues will show some black in at 
the end of 1958. 

On the last page we have this: "Mark- 
ell, Inc., will award a trophy to any shoot- 
er who fires a lOX possible with the .38 
or .4 '5 at the Oakland Matches during 
1958. In addition if the shooter is using 
Markell bullets at the time he fires the 
lOX possible he will receive a $50. 00 
merchandise order!" This offer, minus the 
$50 order, was in eflfect last year with nary 
a winner. — By J. Ross Dunnkian 

HUNTERS BA<rBEARS 

California hunters bagged 920 bears 
during the 1957-58 season, which ended 
January 1, reports the National Automo- 
bile Club. 



boulder creek 



CALIFORNIA 



Phone FEderal 8-6564 

For Reservations or Infor- 
mation Phone or Write 

CHUCK AND HELEN'S 

Chiquita Rancho 
Stables 

Riding & Boarding 

Charlie and Helen Tinker 
Owners and Proprietors 



P. O. Box 576 

Boulder Creek 

California 



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SAN FRANCISCO 



CLIFF'S VARIETY STORE 

5 15 CASTRO STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

Avenue French Cleaning & Dyeing Works 

2544 San Bruno Avenue — DE 3-4247 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



San F 



474 Geary Slreet — San F 



DAVID'S 

Finest Delicatessen- 



-PR 6-4770 
California 



Complimen 
EDWARD CAMY— Co 

222 Keainy St.— San Franc 



CHAMPION CLEANERS 

Dry Cleaning-Laundering-Dyeing-Repairs 
1668 Haight St.— San Francisco— UN 3-1347 

CAL'S RICHFIELD SERVICE 

Complete Motor Tune-Up— Dick Jaynes. Prop. 
300 West Portal Avenue— San Francisco, Calif. 

Compliments of 
SERV RITE MARKET 

3643 Balboa Street — San Francisco, California 

BRUNO'S HOLLYWOOD BARBER SHOP 

42 5 STOCKTON STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

BIG DIPPER 

Ice Cream-Home Made Quality— LO 4-3550 
2 742 Judah Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

BIRDIES PET SHOP 

A Co^.-)l-;e Stock of Pets and Pet Supplies 
141 1-43 h - .-e.— San Francisco, Cal.— LO 4-6482 

...OMATIC HOME LAUNDRY SERVICE 

60 Clara Street — YUkon 2-0634 

san francisco, california 

low rate hauling 

814 McAllister street 
san francisco, california 



ROMA HARDWOOD FLOOR CO. 

130 Saturn Street — HEmlock 1-7950 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

AL'S TELEVISION 

Installation-Service — Day and Night 
1939 Lawton St.— San Francisco — MO 4-2241 

Compliments of a 
FRIEND 

STADIUM GARAGE 

Complete Automotive Service — OVerland 1-5800 
522 Frederick Street San Francisco, Calif. 

ORTON MACHINE CO. 

Woodworking Machinery — SUtter I -163 I 
390 Fremont Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

OCEAN AVENUE LAUNDERETTE 

1338 Ocean Avenue at Granada 
DElaware 3-0171 — San Francisco, California 

International Ship Clothing & Merchandise Sales 

Clothing-Surplus Goods-Salvage Merchandise 
UN 3-3277—7 Commercial St. — San Francisco 



NORIEGA SHOE REPAIRING 

We Guarantee All Our Work— OV I -25 I 5 
2455 Noriega Street — San Francisco, Calif. 



WESTERN HARDWOOD FLOOR CO. 

425 Bosworth — JU 7-6803 — San Francisco, Calif. 

AKRON KEY SHOP & TARAVAL REPAIR SHOP 

Lawnmowers Sharpened & Repaired — SE 1-2 15 I 
1617 Taraval Street — San Francisco, California 

VICTOR ELECTRIC MFG. CO. 

756 FOLSOM STREET — YUkon 6-41 10 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



PATRONIZE 

the 

POLICE JOURNAL 

ADVERTISERS 

• 

They are RELIABLE PEOPLE 

They are FRIENDLY PEOPLE 

Interested in 

LAW ENFORCEMENT 



BERT'S ASSOCIATED STATION 

Satisfied Customers or None at All 
550 Russia Avenue — San Francisco. California 

CREAM CREST COFFEE SHOP 

Bernard Zorrozua. Prop.— EX 2-9590 
323 Grant Avenue — San Francisco. California 

CANON KIP COMMUNITY HOUSE 

8Lh and Natoma Streets -- UNderhiU I -680 I 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

FELIX HAIR GOODS 

Designed Expressly for You — DOuglas 2-1636 
133 Geary Street — San Francisco. California 

DICK'S FLYING "A" SERVICE 

Lubrication-Polishing-Tune Up-Brake Service 
Van Ness & Pine — San Francisco — OR 3-3 180 

F AND C COMPANY 

Floor Covering Installations — JU 6-3900 
58 Ocean Avenue — San Francisco. California 

AL'S UNION SERVICE 
Pickup-Delivery-Complete Lube-Tires-Batteries 

OR 3-7913 — Bay 6c Taylor— San Francisco 
PR 6-4465— Pacific & Taylor— San F 



E & M OFFICE MACHINE CO. 

Importers & Distributors of Torpedo Products 
84 Second St.— San Francisco. Cal.— EX 2-3497 

PACIFIC FELT CO. 

Upholsterers' Supplies — Mission 7-01 I I 
710 York Avenue — San Francisco, California 

ELEANOR'S LUNCH 

Pier 17 — DOuglas 2-9958 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

DR. FELIX MAPA 

609 Sutter Street — PRospect 6-4864 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

NEW MISSION WIRE AND IRON WORKS 

3910 Mission Street — DElaware 3-0322 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

NELSON NEW MISSION TAVERN 

2286 Mission Street — MArket 1-9423 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

THE PINK CAGE 

Pet Supplies — Lombard 6-4698 

823 Irving Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

DICK PHELAN'S 

780 The Embarcadero. Opposite Pier 42 
YUkon 6-2487 — San Francisco. California 

CHAS. F. DeROSE, D.D.S. 

Dental Surgery — MArket 1-53 18 
3009 - I6th Street — San Francisco. Calif. 

POPKOFF'S FROZEN FOOD 

3 42 Balboa Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

OLSON'S CLEANING & LAUNDRY SERVICE 

23 12 Irving Street — OVerland 1-4443 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



RUSSIAN LIFE DAILY 

2458 Sutter St.— WA 1-5380— San Francisco 

TOWER CAFE 

Good Italian Food — GArfield 1-0892 
I 525- I 529 Grant Ave. — San Francisco. Calif. 

PELICAN LIQUORS AND DELICATESSEN 

E. Fernandez. Owner — LOmbard 6-3034 
23 12 Vicente Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

LA HACIENDA RESTAURANT 

Comidas Tipicas Mexicanas — ATwater 8-9913 
2878 - 24th Street — San Francisco. Calif. 

ONE-STOP LAUNDERETTE 

2086 Union Street — JOrdan 7-9635 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

SAN FRANCISCO CITY CALF SKIN CO. 

Sailers of Selected Calf Skins — YUkon 2-5920 
285 Minna Street — San Francisco, California 

SHANLY TYPOGRAPHERS 

J. A. Newell — DOuglas 2-3048 
140 Second Street — San Francisco. Califomai 

VITTORl BROS. 

Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables — Ml 8-32 70 
3820-26 Mission Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

EASTER'S SWEET DREAM CAFE 

Where Good Frineds Meet — JO 7-9925 

1282 Golden Gate Ave. — San Francisco. Calif. 

SIMONDS MACHINERY CO. 

Established 1905 — San Francisco. Los Angeles 
816 Folsom Street — San Francisco, California 

PALACE-NEW MONTGOMERY GARAGE 

125 Stevenson Street near New Montgomery 
DO 2-7588 — San Francisco, California 

COMPLIMENTS OF 
SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

Compliments of 

REAL SILK HOSIERY MILLS 

988 Market St.— OR 3-1441— San Francisco 

JOHN NUCKTON AND COMPANY 

Wholesale Florists — YUkon 2-4522 
668 Brannan Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

THE JAZZ CELLAR 

Jazz Quartet Nitely — YUkon 6-5812 
5 76 Green Street — San Francisco. California 

THE OLD SHACK 

Service With A Smile — JUniper 7-9894 
2998 San Bruno Avenue — San Francisco, Calif. 

SIDNEY MIRON 

1750 Geary Street — WEst 1-1552 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



SANTA ROSA 



OXYGEN SERVICE AND SUPPLY CO. 

923 Petaluma Hill Road Phone LI 5-3535 

SANTA ROSA. CALIFORNIA 

EMPIRE ECONOMY CLEANERS 

Quality Plus Service in Dry Cleaning 
526 Ellis Street — LI 2-4992 — Santa Rosa, Cal. 

MEDICO DRUG CO. — Prescription Druggist 

Your Wallgren Agency — Liberty 5-2190 
Mendocino at Fifth — Santa Rosa. California 

GRGASEVICH THE TAILOR 

Uniforms to Order — Liberty 6-0155 
3 06 Mendocino Avenue — Santa Rosa, California 

McCarthys pharmacy 

Prescription Specialists — Phone 6333 
1200 - 4th Street — Santa Rosa, California 

AL NICHOLSON, INC. 
Toledo Scales and Food Machines — LI 6-2732 
305 Sebastopol Avenue — Santa Rosa, California 

CLARK'S FOUNTAIN LUNCH 

"In the Heart of Realty Row! ' 'Coffee Hdqrs.l" 
522 Fifth Street — Santa Rosa. California 

WHEELER TRAILER AND BODY WORKS 

Trailer Repairs - Alterations ■ Rentals - Supplies 
27 10 Santa Rosa Ave. — Santa Rosa. California 



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SANTA ROSA 

EISENHOOD'S 

Famous for Fine Foods - Cocklail Lounge 

Courthouse Square — Sanlii Rosa. California 

THE LITTLE DINER 

A Good Place to Eat — Always I 
408. A Mendocino Avc.-Santa Rosa. Californi 

GREETINGS FROM 
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 

SANTA ROSA. CALIFORNIA 

WALTER SCHEFER 

PlumbinK and Heulliitt - Liberty 2-3014 
640 Fifth Street — Santa Rosa. California 

Best Wishes 



E. R. SAWYER - JEWELERS 
Diamond F.xperts. F'inest Watches and Jewelry 
628 4lh Street Santa Rosa. Cahf.-~LI 60372 

WESTERN FRENCH BAKERY 

Third and Davis Street Phone Liberty 5-0974 

SANTA ROSA. CALIFORNIA 

DWIGHT SMITH 

Santa Rosas Finest Mens Store— LI 5-0676 
Mendocino at 5th — Santa Rosa. California 

ROGERS SHOE REPAIRING 

Expert Workmanship - Reasonable Prices 
416 B Street - Santa Rosa. California 

WARNERS CREAMERIES 

Home- Made Ice Cream - None Finer. Anywhere 
1910 Mendocino Ave.— Santa Rosa. California 

SANTA ROSA FURNITURE CO. 

Where Good Furniture Is Not Expensive 
Cor. 4th at "A'- Sts. Phone 3 72 Santa Rosa 

TATE'S SHOE SERVICE 

Modern Shoe Repairing — Liberty 5.3859 
3 15 D Street — Santa Rosa. California 

CHESTER'S JEWELERS 

The Best in Diamonds -Watches -Gifts 
504 Fourth Street — Santa Rosa. Cal. LI 5-1095 

AL'S VILLAGE REPAIR SHOP 

Chevrolet Specialists in Montgomery Village! 
681 Summerfield Rd. — Santa Rosa— LI 5 1266 

DOKES "TOOT-N-TOTE • MARKET 

Curb Service. Groceries. Liquors 
2810 Fourth St. Cor. Farmers Lane— Santa Rosa 

MONROE & CO. — Firestone Tires 

Firestone Dealer Store — Liberty 2-4943 
1075 7/ Santa Rosa Ave.- Santa Rosa. Calif. 

JOHNNY FRANKLIN'S — Quality Used Cars 

Best Deal .Always! ~ Liberty 2. 0467 

1068 Santa Rosa Ave. — Santa Rosa. Calif. 

CALL THE COPPS ! ! ! — Liberty 2-4661 
Most Complete Line Unfinished Furniture! 
520 Farmer s Lane — Santa Rosa. California 

PHIL & HAROLD'S BARBER SHOP 
Where Its A Pleasure To Serve You— LI 6-2785 
2310 Midway Drive — Santa Rosa. California 

U-SAVE SUPER MARKET 

The Busy Quality Market — Liberty 2-1076 
1680 Petaluma Hill Road — Santa Rosa. Calif. 

VILLAGE HARDWARE & LUMBER 

2400 Sonoma Avenue - .Monlgomery Village 
Telephone Liberty 2 4 162 — Santa Rosa. Calif. 

GENERAL MILLS FEED STORE 
Larro and Gold Medal Poultry and Dairy Feeds 
511 Wilson St.. LI 2 2190— Santa Rosa. Calif. 

THE WASHING MACHINE MAN 

Maytag Dealers— New . Used and Repairing 
308 - 4lh St.— LI 2-3844 Santa Rosa. Calif. 

VAN "WES " KOONSE— AUTO GLASS SHOP 
Auto & Truck Safety Glass Installed Exclusively 
10 "D' Street — Santa Rosa. Calif. — LI 2. 74 32 

VIRGIL CLARK — Auto Part. 

Wholesale-Retail-Everything for the Car 

203 Santa Rosa Ave. — Santa Rosa LI 2. 6676 



Best Wishes 
LA ROSA HOTEL AND BAR 

3 18 Wilson Santa Rosa. California 

nta Rosa Lod(e No. 458 Loyal Order of Moo 

The Family Fraternity Liberty 6 2045 



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KRAFT VILLAGE BAKERY 

Montgomery Village Liberty 2-6785 

2420 Claremont Drive Santa Rosa. Calif. 

VILLAGE LAWN MOWER SERVICE 

New and Used Mowers for Sale or Rent 
2426 Sonoma Ave. -Santa Rosa— LI 5 4884 

VILLAGE SHELL GARAGE 

Complete Auto Repair Free Pick Up & Delivery 
2430 Sonoma Ave— Santa Rosa— 1.1 5-2611 

SILVA'S QUALITY MEATS— Plus Service! 
Retail Market ^ Locker Plant— Liberty 2 1)25 
2324 Magowan Drive - Santa Rosa. California 

FARMER'S DRUG STORE 

Prescription Specialists -LI 5 5404 
647 Fourth Street Santa Rosa. California 

JOHN SLOSS CO. 

Machinery-Sales & Rentals 
3035 Santa Rosa Avenue — Santa Rosa. Calif. 

DU-RITE MACHINE & WELDING WORKS 

Machine Tools and Equipment Bought & Sold 
85 5 Sebastopoi Road Santa Rosa. California 

ROSELAND SHOE MART 

Shoes for the Entire Family— Save 30'{ to 50'/, 
645 Sebastopoi Road — Santa Rosa. California 

HALL'S SPORTSMAN SHOP 

Boats - Sporting Goods - Guns - Ammunition 
555 Mendocino Ave. — Santa Rosa — LI 2. 1973 

HAHMAN DRUG CO. 

Prescription Druggists - Liberty 2. 56 14 
213 Exchange Avenue - Santa Rosa. California 

GIROLO'S PAINT STORE 

Dunns Quality Paints — LI 2. 6792 
309 Fourth Street — Santa Rosa. California 

LOU'S BODY SHOP 
Complete Auto Body. Fender & Painting & Class 
516 Santa Rosa Ave. — Santa Rosa — LI 5. 6965 

BERNICE M. WILSON ^ REALTOR 

Town. Country & Income Properties— LI 2. 7232 
16 19 Fourth Street — Santa Rosa. California 

Shamrock Motel— Coffee Shop — Beauty Salon 

-Sleep Away From Highway" Liberty 2-1382 
2400 Mendocino Avenue — Santa Rosa. Calif. 

BUYERS MART 

•Complete Home Furnishings'— LI 2-6591 
126 4th Street — Santa Rosa. California 

TEDFORD-EYMANN REALTY " 

Redwood Empire Properties - Liberty 6-0457 
528 Fifth Street — Santa Rosa. California 

JEWEL BOX 

Diamonds-Watches-Exclusive Costume Jewelry 
624 Fourth St.— Santa Rosa. Calif.- LI 2.0404 

COIFFURES— By M. Louis 

24 16 Sonoma Ave.. Montgomery Village 
Telephone 10497 — Santa Rosa. California 

TOSCHI'S PHARMACY 

"The Family Doctors Drug Store" -LI 5. 3377 
646 Fourth Street — Santa Rosa. California 

HENDERSON'S PHARMACY 

2330 Midway Drive— Montgomery Village 
Phone Liberty 5. 7500 — Santa Rosa, California 

CHARLES C- WARREN - Realtor 

Office Liberty 6-0342 — Home Liberty 5 7504 

524 Fifth Street — Santa Rosa. California 

CLYDE'S CAMERA CENTER 

Everything Photographic — Liberty 2-3665 

525 - 41h Street — Santa Rosa. California 

WILLSON'S — Village Clothes Rack 

In Montgomery \'illage 
SANTA ROSA. CALIFORNIA 

ARCHIE KASH— MONTGOMERY VILLAGE 

Finest in Mens and Boys' Wear 
SANTA ROSA. CALIFORNIA 



HALL BROS. DRUG COMPANY 

Elizabeth Arden Toiletries Liberty 2 042 5 
529 Fourth Street - Santa Rosa, t alilornia 

Eisenhood's Village Delicateisen & Liquora 
Hot Foods to Take Out-Imported & Domestic 
Liquors — 2324 Montgomery Dr. Santa Rosa 

CLAYT'S OLD TRAIL INN! 
Address Has Been Changed. Not the Hospitality' 
3555-B 4th St. Santa Rosa. Calif.— LI 2-2086 



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PELISSIER MOTEL 

•One of Santa Rosa's Finest'— LI 5-1353 
1875 Mendocino Avenue— Santa Rosa. California 

SANTA ROSA TRAVEL LODGE 

AAA Approved TV in Each Room 
1815 Redwood Highway So. — Santa Rosa. Cal. 

Hurry to HARRY B. FETCH — Realtor 

For Suburban. Residential or Industrial Deals 
520 Fifth St. — Santa Rosa. Calif— LI 5-2904 

HALL & SON, INC. 
Heating & Plumbing Contractor— LI 6 3040 
1022 Santa Rosa Ave— Santa Rosa. California 

KURT JAHN— MLS Realtor 
Residential-Commercial-Ranches — LI 2-6101 
65 1 Sebastopoi Road - Santa Rosa. California 

HOWARD RADIO SHOP— Hi-Fi TV Service 

Tops in Service All Makes-- LI 2-1474 

524 Sebastopoi Road — Santa Rosa. California 

DE SALVO'S MARKET 

Quality Groceries. Meats. Wines. Beers 
127 Sebastopoi Ave.— Santa Rosa. California 

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA GLASS CO. 

Libbev-Owens-Ford Glass Distributors 
673 Sebastopoi Road — Santa Rosa. California 

INGRAM'S CHILI BOWL — Sandwiches & Chili 

One Quarter Mile No. of Freeway on 101 
SANTA ROSA. CALIFORNIA 

HADLEY TIRE COMPANY 

Tire Rebuilders for the Trade — Liberty 5-453 1 
1123 North Street — Santa Rosa, California 

LUND'S GROCERY— The Handy Shopping Spot 

Grocery - Dairy Products - School Supplies 
105 7 College Avenue — San ta Rosa. California 

DYAR'S SHELL SERVICE 

Tires and Accessories-Free Pick-Up «. Delivery 
3rd «c Montgomery- LI 5-9591 — Santa Rosa 

SANTA ROSA LAUNDERETTE 

Laundry «< Dry Cleaning Service — LI 5 2600 
603 Mendocino Ave.— Santa Rosa. California 

SONOMA COUNTY 

WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 

Everything for Car, Home & Ranch! 
125 North West Street — Cloverdale. Calif. 

JOE'S FRIENDLY CAFE 

Enjoy Your Favorite Drinks In Comfort! 
120 West Street — Cloverdale. California 

THE JUMBO CAFE & FOUNTAIN 

Best Burgers and Malts in Town! 
I 1 7 West Street — Cloverdale. California 

RAINBOW ROOM 

Cocktails and Dinners at Their Best! 
104 West Street — Cloverdale. California 

CLOVERDALE BAKERY 

YES — Quality First . . . Always! 
125 First Street — Cloverdale. California 

A. LAMPSON & SONS 

Ford and Mercury - Sales and Service 
GEYSERVILLE. CALIFORNIA 

REX CAFE— GEYSEftvlLLE'S FINEST 

We Feature Italian Dinners 

GEYSERVILLE. CALIFORNIA 

MERLE SMITH GAS SERVICE 

Gas and Electrical Appliances— Telephone 473 
508 West Street — Healdsburg, California 



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Valley of the Moon Cle 
Special Rate to Peace Offic. 
1753 3 Sonoma Hiway — Be 



ng Plant 

on Unifo: 
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HILLVIEW GROCERY 

Quality Meats 8c Groceries— Cold 
5lh & Spain — Walt Singleton. Prop.- 



HIGHWAY GARAGE 

Chevrolet . . . Sales and Sei 
P. O. Box 568, West Napa St., Son 



VALLEY MART 

Quality Meals, Groceries, Liquors - Bake 
520 West Napa Street — Sonoma, Califor 



FOOD CITY MARKET 

1 lome of Nationally Advertised Merchandise 
542 First Street, E ast - Sonoma, California 

ADOBE DRUG 

Sonoma-s Finest! — WEbsler 8-297 1 
417 First Stree t West — Sonoma, California 

SONOMA VALLEY MOTOR PARTS 

■•Everything lor the Car' 
248 West Napa Street — Sonoma. California 

JESS AND JOE BAR 

For the Best Drinks in Town! 

201 West Napa Street — Sonoma, California 

4 CORNERS CAFE 

Specializing in Pizza and Steam Beerl 
Hiway 12 at 4 Corners - Sonoma, California 

SONOMA FLORIST & GIFTS 

F'owcrs and Gifts for All Occasions 
118 West Napa — Sono ma, California 

VELLAS FOUNTAIN 

HOME MADE ICE CREAM 
SONOMA, CALIFORNIA 

THE E. J. (ED) WOODS AGENCIES 

Insurance-Real Estate— WE 8-5556 
500 Broadway — Sonoma, California 

HOMER R. BOSSE . . . Realtor 

Complete Insurance Service 
546 Broadway -- Sonoma, California 

THOS, G. EVART MEAT CO. 

Custom Slaughterer - Wholesale Meats 
One Mile North of Healdsburg. California 

CROPP'S HARDWARE AND PLUMBING 

•■Headquarters for Quality— Plus Service'' 
1403 Lincoln Ave.— Tel. 2-4396— Calistoga. Cal. 

ROBERTS COMPANY 

Complete Furnishings for Women and Children 
14 19 Lincoln Avenue — Calistoga. California 

COTATI PAINT & WALLPAPER STORE 

Fuller Products — Complete Line Paints & 
Wallpapers — Phone SW 5 -5228— Cotati. Calif. 

FERRERO'S QUALITY MARKET 

General Merchandise— Meats & Groceries 
Phone Petaluma 5-4013 — Colali, California 



SEBASTOPOL 



SEBASTOPOL GARAGE 

Automotive Repairing and Machine Shop 
44 South Main Street — Sebastopol, California 

RAY GRAHAM'S CHEVRON SERVICE 

Gas, Oil. Lubrication. Tires. Batteries 
Cor. Santa Rosa & Petaluma Aves.. Sebastopol 

LANES-SCHAEFFER'S — Sales and Service 

Refrigeration-TV fit Laundry Equipment 

128 Burnett St. — Sebastopol. Cal.— VA 3-2186 

MILLER TRUCKING SERVICE 

Telephone VAlley 3-2666 
196 High Street — Sebastopol. California 

GEORGE PEASE— Your Friendly Druggist 

The Prescription Store 
Main at Bodega — Sebastopol. California 

WEEKS HARDWARE CO. 

Telephone VAlley 3-3817- Tool Headquarters 
154 Santa Rosa Avenue— Sebastopol. California 



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THOMPSON'S TRADING POST 

Used Furniture & Appliances — Bought & Sold 
777 Healdsburg Avenue — Sebastopol. Calif. 

THE BUTLER AGENCY 

Complete Insurance— Tel. VAlley 3-644 1 
132 North Main Street — Sebastopol. California 

T O M E I ' S 

Housewares. Appliances. Sporting Goods 
12 1 Santa Rosa Avenue — Sebastopol. California 

The Flower Shop • The Flower Basket 

150 Santa Rosa Ave.. Santa Rosa. Calif. 
Apple Blossom Florist - Sebastopol. Calif 

MODERN APPLIANCE & FURNITURE CO. 

••Where Your Dollar Does Full Duty'^ 
Ample ParkingI — 660 Cravenstein -Sebastopol 

DON'S in SEBASTOPOL 

•Cocktails pai Excellence-— Good Food 1 
1 16 South Main Street — Sebastopol. California 



PETALUMA 



FRED HOPKINS — MEN'S & BOYS' SHOES 

Phone POrter 2-4074 
126 Kentucky Street — Petaluma. California 

ESTER'S BARGAIN SPOT 

New & Used Clothing-Tools-Housewares. etc. 
2 7 Keller Street — Petaluma. California 

WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 

Everything for the Home-Car-Carage 
38 Main St.— Petaluma. Calif.— POrter 2-2884 

FRIEDMAN BROS. — "Where Everything IS!" 

If we don't have it — you don't need it! 
17 Washington Street East — Petaluma. Calif. 

WESTERN AVENUE LIQUOR STORE 

"If it's fit to drink we have it'." Also Tobacco 
Department— 107 Western Ave.— Petaluma. Cal. 

OTT'S STATIONERY 
"Our Products Are Stationery-Not Our Service!" 
139 Main Street— Petaluma. Cal.— Porter 2-2992 



"101" CLUB — "Pleasure Headquarters!" 

Western Music Friday Se Saturday Nites 
34 Main Street — Petaluma. California 

A. "SPENCE" PEOPLES MOTORS 

Studebaker- Packard — Sales & Service 
321 Third St.- Petaluma. Cal.— POrter 3-1555 

HEROLD MAHONEY & CO. 

Recaps a Specialty. Goodyear & Richfield 
Products — 264 Main St. — Petaluma— PO 2-2761 

ROSE PIEZZI — The Florist 

Flowers for .411 Occasions— PO 2-4 749 
108 Kentucky Street —Petaluma. California 

PETALUMA PRINTING COMPANY 

"Everything in Printing" — POrter 2-4836 
212 Second Street — Petaluma. California 

HUNT & BEHRENS. INC. 
llay-Crain-Poultrv and Dairy Feeds 
P. O. Box 96 — Petaluma. California 

DREES — FLORIST 

Seeds. Plants. Cut Flowers. Floral Work 
207 Western Ave.— POrter 2- 75 74— Petaluma 



MARYSVILLE 



JOE SCOTT FURNITURE 

Furniture- Appliances- Antiques— Dial 3-492 7 
Corner 15th & B Sts. — Marysville, California 

SMITH'S AUTO PARTS 

Trailers for Rent-Cement Mixers — Phone 3-6073 
99-E at Linda Corners— Marysville, California 

MEDICAL CENTER PHARMACY 

Fourth and G Streets — Phone: SH 3-7327 
MARYSVILLE. CALIFORNIA 

MATHER AND STEWART 

For Particular Men and Boys— SH 2-6417 
401 D Street — Marysville, California 

HALL'S STATIONERY STORE 

G. W. Hall, Jr. — Telephone 3-4641 
42 1 "D^ Street — Marysville, California 

SHORTY'S BODY SHOP 

Radiator Repairing — Phone 3-9145 
42 1 Eye Street — Marysville. California 

DRYDEN'S DRUG STORE 

1920 Covillaud Street — SH 3-7616 
MARYSVILLE. CALIFORNIA 

PARK GROCERY 

Where Your Patronage Is Appreciated 
5 13 B Street — Marysville, Calif.— Tel. 3-6272 

HERBOTH'S MACHINE SHOP 

General Machine Work- Phone 3-3062 
519 'B" Street — Marysville, California 

DANNY'S TAILOR SHOP 

Guaranteed Workmanship— Reasonable Prices 
2 16 "D" Street — Marysville, California 

BASALT ROCK COMPANY, INC. 

East 12th and Walnut Streets— Phone 3-7770 
MARYSVILLE. CALIFORNIA 

KIRK'S PHARMACY 

Prescription Pharmacists — Accuracy-Purity 
400 D Street— Marysville, Calif.— Phone 2-2483 

WELCOME CAFE — Leona, Your Host! 

Real Home Cooking By Women-6 a.m. till 8 p.m. 
130 Ninth Street — Marysville, California 

HOTEL MARYSVILLE 

Air Conditioned Throughout-Dining Room 
Corner Fifth Street and "E" — Marysville, Calif. 

HUB DISTRIBUTING CO. 

Wholesale Cigars. Candies. Cigarettes, etc. 
53 1 B Stret — Marysville, California 

MARYSVILLE FLORIST 

Days— SH 3-4990 — Nites— SH 2-3381 
310 Seventh Street — Marysville. California 

REED'S SERVICE 

Chevron Standard Products — Phone 2-0345 

821 "B" Street — Marysville. California 

RUBEL'S DRUG STORE 

Prescriptions Our Specialty — Phone 3-7885 
320 ••D"" Street — Marysville, California 



YUBA CITY 



"TWIN PALMS MOTEL— AAA Approved 

On Highway 99E One Mile North of Yuba City 
Phone SHerwood 3-6420 — Yuba City, Calif. 

BEE HIVE MARKET 

THE BIG ONE-STOP MARKET 
301 Percy Ave. SH 2-171 I Yuba City, Calif. 

KEEN FREEZE — Hamburger Headquarters 

Biggest and Best Malls in Town! 
291 Percy Avenue — Yuba City, California 

TED MANN— Used Furniture 

Draperies and Carpet Laying— Phone 3-3396 

532- 2nd Street — Yuba City, California 

SUTTER HOLDING COMPANY 

Insurance In All Its Branches 
204 Bridge Street — Yuba City, California 

SUTTER AUTO PARTS 

Industrial and Automotive Equipment and Parts 
741 Plumas St.— Yuba City. Cal.— Phone 3-6595 

GARDEN WAY NURMIRY 

Trees-Shrubs-Bedding Plants-Seeds and Pottery 
2nd «c Bridge Sts. SH 2-1558 Yuba City, Cal. 



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NORTH SACRAMENTO 



AMERICAN ICE CO. & ICELAND 
SKATING RINK OF NORTH SACRAMENTO 

I4J4 Del Pa»o Blvd. North Sncrami-nt... Calif 

NORTH SACRAMENTO LAND CO. 
Licensed Real Estate Brokers-General Insuram .• 
1454 Del Paso Blvd.N. Sacramento- WA 5-2721 

TRIANGLE CLUB 
■•Sam" «. ■Joaquin" Your Hosts! New. Popular 
Del Paso Blvd. at Arden Way -N. Sac 



NEW COLONIAL RESTAURANT 
Tops in Cocktails-Fine Food Steaks «c Ch 
100 E. El Camino Ave. North Sa 

BARNEY'S "SUPER' DRIVE-IN 

Breakfast- Lunch-Dinners-Every Day 
I I 32 Del Paso Blvd. North Sacramento. Calif. 

NORTH SACRAMENTO HOTEL 

Clean. Comfortable Plus Reasonable Rates 
2326 Del Paso Blvd.— North Sacramento. Calif. 

U. S. PIPE AND MACHINERY CO. 

Industrial Equipment Specializing in Rental.s 
2330 Auburn Blvd. — North Sacramento. Calif. 

MYERS BAG COMPANY 

New and U.sed Bags of All Kinds— W'A 5.8592 
Silica & S. P. Tracks - North Sacramento. Cal. 

WILEY & SON MOTOR SERVICE 

Complete Auto & Tnjck Repairing 

112 Beaumont Street — North Sacramento. Cal. 

MOTOR PARTS SALES 

Auto Parts Accessories «< Equipment 
110 Gibson St. — WA 5 8545 N. Sacramento 

STONE ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE 

1442 Del Paso Boulevard— WAbash 5-0136 
NORTH SACRAMENTO. CALIFORNIA 

LENDALL'S — Florist and Nursery 
Flowers for all occasions— Delivery Service 
5641 Watt Ave.- N. Highlands- ED 2 21 IS 

WATT AVENUE LAUNDROMAT 

Dry Cleaning — From 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. 
625 3 Watt Avenue — North Highlands. Calif. 

MAC'S BOTTLE SHOP — Liquors 

5907 Walt Avenue — Telephone ED 2 04 I 5 

NORTH HIGHLANDS-SACRAMENTO. CALIF. 

McCLELLAN SUPER MARKET 
Highest in Quality— Lowest in Price-Always! 
5747 Watt Ave.— N. Highlands-Sacramento, Cal. 

BEL - AIR DRIVE - IN 

Hamburgers DeLuxe-Fountain Service 
562 7 Walt Avenue — North Highlands, Calif. 

THE WATT AVENUE DRUGS 
Prescription Druggists — Phone ED 2-2620 
5901 Watt Avenue — North Highlands, Calif. 



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SACRAMENTO 



SANDS MOTEL 

Telephone and TV in Rooms— WA 5-8584 
2160 Auburn Blvd. - Sacramento. California 

BILL & MARY'S FRIENDLY CAFE 

Draft Beer Good Eats— Cigars «c Cigarettes 

3J36 Auburn Boulevard — Sacramento. Calif. 

EL CORTEZ MOTEL — Air Conditioned 

Swimming Pool- Free TV— WAbash 5-4209 

2224 Auburn Blvd. -Freeway 40 «c 99E at Howe 

SACRAMENTO. CALIFORNIA 

LANE TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO. 

Tractor «c Equipment Rentals — Agricultural 

4351 Auburn Blvd. -Sacramento. Cal. -IV 7-7792 

AIR PORT CAFE— Eddie & Katy Your Hosts! 

Cool Draft Beer-Hamburgers & Cold Sandwiches 

4710 Auburn Boulevard - Sacramento. Calif. 

BROWN'S HARDWARE & VARIETY 

Builders' Supplies Rental Tools Paints 
4819 Auburn Blvd. Sacramento. Cal -ED 2-3 109 

49'ER MOTOR LODGE 

For the Best in Rest and Comfort 
2730 Auburn Boulevard — Sacramento, California 



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RITZ MOTEL — Air Cooled 

Kitchenettes TV-Heated Pool-Room Phones 
2228 Auburn Blvd. -Sacramento. Cal.-WA 2-4708 

PAUL'S distinctive home furnishings 

Erin Paul — EDgewood 2-5452 
5501 /Nubum Blvd. -- Sacramento. California 

CAR DOCTOR— Bill's Mobl Service 
Free Brake Adjustment with Lube «c Oil Change 
5945 Watt Avenue Sacramento, California 



ROSEVILLE 



LAMBERT FUNERAL HOME 

24.Hour Ambulance Service — SUnset 2-2345 
400 Douglas Street — Roseville. California 

TOWN HOUSE MOTEL— "Roscville's Finest" 

TV New-Comfortable-Reasonable- SU 2-9539 
99E At Grove — Roseville. California 

ROSEVILLE GLASS CO. 
Plate. Window. Auto Glass Mirrors-Table Tops 
605 Riverside Ave. — Roseville, Calif. — SU 3-4 116 

PUGH & BARBIERI, REALTORS — Insurance 

(Multiple Listing Service)— Tel. SUnset 3-4171 
5 12 Vernon Street Roseville, California 

THE TOT SHOP 

Toys-Baby Layettes-Juvenile Furniture 
426 Vernon St.— Roseville. Calif.— SUnset 2-6070 

RAYMOND C. ROGERS 

District Manager, Farmers Insurance Group 
503 Riverside Ave.— Roseville, Calif.— SU 2-2 189 

ROSEVILLE BOWL AND DRIVE INN 

The Best in Bowling— Best in Eats 
706 Atlantic Avenue - Roseville, California 

THE OWL CLUB 

■■The Friendly Spot of Roseville'^ 
109 Church Street — Roseville. California 

For the Best Buys and Styles Its 
JUDY'S APPAREL SHOP 

243 Vernon - Roseville. California 

FREEMAN'S COMPLETE FOOD STORE 

Fresh Meals and Groceries- -We Deliver 
801 Vernon Street - Roseville, California 



ITALIAN CAFE- 

On & Off Sale— 

104 Church Street 



"Butch" Your Host 
leers-Wines Liquors 
- Roseville, Californi 



CHESTER PALMER 

Sludebaker-Packa id— Mercedes-Benz 
515 Riverside Ave. Roseville, Calif— SU 3-4580 

DIENER MOTORS— DeSolo-Plymouth Sales 

Willys Jeep Headquarters— Sales Service 
119 Riverside Roseville, Calif— SU 2-2 163 

S. & H. FURNITURE EXCHANGE 

New & Used Household Goods Clothing— Tools 
124 Main Street - Roseville. California 

ANDREW'S GROCERY 

Liquors. Beer and Wine 
101 Main Streel — Roseville. California 



ROSEVILLE 



LENZI'S TV AND APPLIANCES 

Television- Freezers- Relngeialor.-Ranges 
400 Vernon St.— Roseville. Calif- SU 3-8181 

BORDEN'S CAPITAL DAIRY 

I'asleun/ed Milk and Cream Ice Cream 
702 Atlantic St.- -Roseville. Calif. SU )-3980 



RUTH C. BICKNELL 

n's Shoppe - SUnset 3-4626 
3n Street -- Roseville. Califorr 



ROY'S FAMILY SHOE STORE 

■Shoes For the Entire Family ■ 
Vernon Streel Roseville. California 

THE EAGLE CLUB 

riendly Spot-Where Your Patronage Is 
:iatcd!— 808 Main St.— Roseville. Calif 



PALO ALTO 



SILVESTRE & SON IRON ARTS 
Garden Furniture Fireplace Sets— DA 3-5922 
3877 El Camino Real Palo Alto, California 

WEST COAST GLASS CO. 

Glazing Contractors— DA 3 5542-5 2377 
54 1-547 High Street Palo Alto. California 



B E N N I E • S 

Lawn Mowers Sales \ Service - DA 5-5224 
1800 Bayshore Highway - Palo Alto. California 

IRMA SCHWABEL 

Specializing in Notions— Trimmings Buttons 
43 7 Kipling St.— Palo Alto. Calif— DA 2-5 753 

LAWSON BROS. CLEANERS 

Knit Dresses Hand Blocked — DA 3-1077 
853 Alma Street — Palo Alto. California 

SLIMS LAUNDERETTE 

Dry Cleaning Service Finish Laundry 
2375 University East Palo Alto DA 5-9981 

CRESWOOD PONTIAC 

663 Alma Street — DA 3 4 164 
PALO ALTO. CALIFORNIA 

MIMl'S DO-NUT SHOP 
Breakfasl-Lunch-Short Orders — DA 2-6885 
401 Lytton Avenue - Palo Alio, California 

REDWOOD CITY 



HAMILTON'S BRAKE SERVICE 

Wheel Aligning- Wheel Balancing— EM 6 I 892 
15 10 Main Street — Redwood City, California 

H O B B S 

Plumbing Heating EM 8-3957 

70 1 Warrington Avenue - Redwood City, Calif. 

B A U M . . . Decorator-Consultant 

Paint-Wallpaper-Draperies — EM 6 8616 
2013 Broadway — Redwood City. California 

KAISER'S 

Shell Service EMerson 8201 7 

1870 Broadway — Redwood City. California 

FONTANA'S FERTILIZER AND SUPPLY CO. 

Garden Supplies — EMerson 6 3636 
976 Woodside Road — Redwood City, Calif. 

KENWORTHY'S 
Battery & Electric Service Carburetor Specialist 
1635 El Camino Real— Redwood City EM 6-7675 

DUANE APARTMENTS 

NO. I DUANE 
REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA 

MIKE BERTIGLIA 

Complete Automotive Service— EM 8 2508 
762 Woodside Road Redwood City. California 

H. G. FECHTER 

General Automobile Repairing— EM 6-7471 
2498 El Camino Real Redwood City. Calif. 

ROSSI SIGNS 

303 Myrtle - EMerson 6 6116 
REDWOOD CITY. CALIFORNIA 



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GEORGE DE PARIS 

French Hair Stylist- EM 6-7383 
706 El Camino Real — Redwood City, California 

ALLIED APPLIANCE SERVICE 

Gas and Electric Appliances Serviced 
366 Iris St.— Redwood City, Calif.— EM 8. 3750 

VAILLANCOURT'S WELDING 

Portable Electric and Acetylene Welding 
2 601 Middlefield Road— Redwood City, Calif. 

COMMODORE INDUSTRIES 

■Rendo-O-Lite' — Plastic Panels — EM 8-0284 
745 Warrington Avenue — Redwood City, Calif. 

REDWOOD SALVAGE 

Specializing in Metals— EM 6-3 52 7 
2 966 Bay Road — Redwood City, California 

SIL'S MARKET 

746 Woodside Road — EM 6-9775 
REDWOOD Ciyi-, CALIFORNIA 

GILLARD ELECTRIC 

197 Fifth Avenue — EMerson 6-6407 
REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA 

Hartin & Smith Mattress & Upholstering Co. 

EM 6-7545 — Night Call Fl 5-2 114 
2711 El Camino Real — Redwood City. Calif. 

DICKSON'S 

Fine Fabrics-Notions — EM 6-0224 
2610 Broadway — Redwood City, California 

MARGIE'S BEAUTY SALON 

Creators of Loveliness — Hair Stylists 
35 James Ave. — Redwood City, Cal. — EM 6-7667 

MAIN LAUNDERETTE 

1638 Main Street — EM 8-3673 
REDWOOD CITY. CALIFORNIA 

JIM BOORD'S SERVICE 

S-W Electronic Wheel Balancing— EM 6-3 743 
REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA 

BOCCALERO'S VISTA MARKET 

2205 Middlefield Road — EM 6-5374 
REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA 

PENINSULA TUBEROUS BEGONIA GARDENS 

810 Woodside Road — EM 6-6135 
REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA 

R. C. SHAY & CO. 

Fine Painting-Fine Woodworking— EM 8-9667 
2 701 Middlefield Rd— Redwood City, California 

SWENSON SALES AND SERVICE 

All Makes Cars — New and Used — EM 8-3926 
3 101 El Camino Real — Redwood City, Calif 



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VACUUM CLEANER BARGAINS 

1039 FRANKLIN STREET 
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P. O. Box 493 — Felton, California 

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5 93 3 Foothill Boulevard — TR 2-7821 
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 

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393 1 Soquel Drive 
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536 Alisal 
SALINAS. CALIFORNIA 

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DON'T PITY THE POOR CONVICT 



Why pity the "poor convict" when no 
one really has to go to jail? Isn't it about 
time the public begins to take a realistic 
view of the convict, and to consider his 
misdeeds and general good-for-nothing- 
ness? Altogether too much glamor and 
romance has been heaped upon the law- 
breaker, the check passer, the arsonist, the 
robber, the swindler, the rapist and the 
murderer. All in all most convicts are a 
sorry lot, devoid of qualities of upstanding 
men. Many are downright stupid. Others 
are crafty, scheming and willful. Some 
are cruel and brutal. They have no toler- 
ance for their fellow man nor his human 
rights. 

These are the men who periodically 
stage bloody riots in our prisons, destroy 
thousands of dollars of property, and even 
maim and kill brave peace officers whose 
unenviable duty it is to apprehend and 
control them. 

Again I repeat, no one really has to 
go to prison. A mere obeyance of the laws 
of this land prevents this eventuality. Mil- 
lions of people live in peace and harmony 
with their fellow man. They never come 
in contact with law enforcement officers. 
They have a decent respect for their gov- 
ernment and constituted authority. They 
know that if they conduct themselves as 
good and decent people should, they will 
never run afoul of the law. 

Flaunt Rights 

But if they disobey the law of the land 
and continue to flagrantly flaunt the rights 
of others, they may eventually find them- 



Mike and ? 

COCKTAILS 
M. Bum BACA, Prop. 



Pboue FE 8-9964 

Central Avenue 
Boulder Creek, Calif. 



i LITTLE GALS FROSTIE FREEZE 



1210 MT. HERMON ROAD. ROUTE 4 
SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 



Fifteen Years Ajler 

By Dr. Leo L. Stanley, M.D. 

I'amoHS former "croaker" at 

San Qiieiitin Prison 

selves behind the bars. Eventually, is used 
ad\isedly. No one is sent to prison for 
the first offense, unless the crime is par- 
ticularly atrocious, violent, and beyond all 
sense of human right and dignity. 

Those who finally land in the peniten- 
tiary have had, during their lives, many 
brushes with the law. They have been 
given chance after chance to be good and 
law-abiding citizens. Many of their viola- 
tions have been overlooked. Courts have 
been lenient. Probation has been gener- 
ously granted. But this show of leniency 
and granting of clemency has been con- 
strued by them as a weakness of law en- 
forcement. To the offender, this has been 
of no avail. He has not looked, listened 
and stopped. 

The convict who at last gets into the 
pen has, in the majority of cases, long 
offended. In his youth he has been a 
bully and a hoodlum. He has committed 
many minor misdemeanors. 



OPAL CLIFF 
FOOD CENTER 



4125 PORTOLA Drive 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



STAGNARO BROS. 
SEAFOOD CO. 

John - Ernie Stagnaro 

Famous Sea Food Cocktails, 

Salads, Louies 

Clam Chowder & Steamed Clams 

VCholesalers & Retailers of Fresh, 

Frozen, Smoked and Shell Fish 

of all Kinds. 

Phone GA 3-2180 

Outer End of Municipal Wharf 

P. O. Box 319 

Santa Cruz, California 



He has stolen gasoline, pilfered mar- 
kets and warehouses, and, with his gang, 
cruelly beaten up some defenseless victim. 
For these he might have gotten only a 
warning from the police, or been hailed 
before the Municipal Court or Justice of 
the Peace. 

Shysters Help 

Through clever lawyers or the pleading 
of indulgent parents, he might have been 
turned scott free. But he persists in his 
wayward activities. He regards himself as 
a "Big Shot." He feels that, with influence, 

JOHNNY'S FOOD MARKET 

open SUNDAY 

Phone GR 5-4873 
CORNER 41 ST AND SOQUEL AVENUE 

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 



EL RANCHO MARKET 

For a New Adventure in Shopping 

38TH AND PORTOLA DRIVE 

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 

H O C O M ' S 

LINOLEUM • ASPHALT TILE 
SHADES • BLINDS 

Phone GArden 3-5336 
B18 FRONT STREET 

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 

SWISS-AMERICAN 

FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 
CUIDQ BORRADORI. Proprietor 

121 WATER STREET 

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 

FRED RUSSEL'S CASTLE 



Deli 



DINING ROOM 

Smorgasbord And Di 



Phone 3-6586 
1320 EAST CLIFF DRIVE 

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 



KINGS TEXACO STATION 

FOR A GOOD LUBE JOB 



117 MISSION STREET 
SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 



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El View Lodge 
Motel 

Rooms Apartments • Garages 
Honeymoon Suites • TV 
New, Clean, Quiet, Restful 

Mr. and Mrs. S. Heywood 
Manager- O u <ner 

GArden 3-2X66 

Santa Cruz, Calif. 



Opal Cliffs Rest 
Home 

Ambulatory Male Patients 

GOOD FOOD - TELEVISION 

Registered Nurse 

R. Parsh - J. Sullivan 

GR 5-0823 

950-41ST Avenue 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



Sea & Sand Motel 

Overlooking Beautiful 

Monterey Bay 

Wallace J. Carlisle 

Owner-Manager 

Telephone GArden 3-9654 

201 West Cliff Drive 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



he may get away with almost anything. 
He enters a home and steals valuable 
property. He may engage in armed rob- 
bery, car theft and any number of other 
offenses. He is the guy who will beat you 
over the head, throw you out of your ma- 
chine in a lonely spot after you have been 
good enough to pick him up as he hitch- 
hiked along the highway, and transported 
him for many miles. 

Some with less danger to themselves, 
engage in writing fictitious checks or in 
forgery. For these escapades he may re- 
ceive a sentence of a few months in the 
county jail. With good behavior, "While 
he is in the clink," he may be sent, to a 
county prison camp or farm. And soOn he 
may get out on parole. Even before this 
he may have been granted probation and 
not thrown into jail at all. 

But soon he is out, in circulation again. 
He may be your next door neighbor. Or 
he may be back on the streets. If he be- 
haves himself, which he seldom does, you 
may know very little about him. 

However, many do not care to earn a 
living by honest methods. Getting some- 
thing by crookedness and stealth is often 
much easier than working long hours for 
equal gain. He may perpetuate another 
unlawful act and not be apprehended. But, 
if he is caught, there might be slight in- 
convenience with short incarceration, early 
parole, shortening of time served and 
discharge at an early date. Leniency, con- 
sideration and understanding by the ju- 
diciary have done him little good. 

Crime Career Continues 
He continues on his career of crime. 
His pattern is well formed. His offenses 

GOLD POST RESTAURANT 

FINE FOODS 
TRUCK STOP 

GArden 3-9920 

4852 LOS GATOS HIGHWAY 

(On the Way to Santa Cruz) 

SCOTTS VALLEY CALIFORNIA 



Hannah's 

cottages and 
apartments 

Free Parking to Patrons 



GA 3-9809 

312 Raymond Street 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



Hover Sales Company 

Exclusive Distributors 

ALL STEEL STOR-HOUSES 

to solve your storage problems 

PATTI PORT 

the beautiful patio shelter and carport 

AERO-MASTER 

Industrial and Commercial insecticide 

fogging machines and compounds 

Office and Warehouse: 

2280 SOQUEL AVENUE 

Mailing Address: 

P. O. BOX 662 

Phone GReenwood 5-5249 

Santa Cruz, Calif. 



GRANT'S 

Cacti Succulents 



Phone GA 3-7450 

5311 Los Gatos Hiway 

SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA 



Terrace Court 

Modern Housekeeping Apts. 
Private Sun Decks 
HEATED POOL 

Overlooking Santa Cruz Beach 
on Monterey Bay 

L. R. Abercrombie, Manager 

Phone GA 3-3031 

125 Beach Street 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



ED. MILLER'S 

THE HUB 

COCKTAIL LOUNGE 



Pho 

BEN LOMOND 



DEerfield 6-9981 

CALIFORNIA 



GIL'S VEGETABLE HAVEN 

Top Quality at Lowest Prices 
GILBERT AND BERNICE YEE 



CALIFORNIA 



Santa Cruz Hotel 

Dining Room 

Cocktail Lounge 

ITALIAN AND AMERICAN 
DINNERS 

Phone GArden 3-1152 

Corner Locust & Vine 

In the Center of Downtown 

Santa Cruz, Calif. 



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may become so nonsensical, unreasonable, 
persistent and violent that there is no alter- 
native but to send him to the penitentiary. 

He is sent to the penitentiary not to be 
punished for his misdeeds. He is sent there 
to make him realize that he has, by his con- 
tinued antisocial acts, rendered hinisclt' 
unfit to mingle with his law abiding fel- 
low citizens. He is kept there, as the law 
prescribes, until a diligent but tolerant 
parole board feels that he may again be 
given another chance to make good on 
the outside. For the duration of his sen- 
tence the convict is at le.ist kept from 
preying on the general public. 

Keeping the prisoner in the magniticent, 
country club institutions which the state 
and federal governments are putting up 
and maintaining at the present time is, 
indeed, no hardship on the offender. It 
costs over a thousand dollars a year to keep 
a convict in the penitentia^)^ And this is 
probably a gross understatement. The 
statisticians like to make it appear much 
less than it really is. And in his very com- 
fortable surroundings, seldom does the 

CLIFF DRIVE COURT 

Nicely Decorated Apartments and Rooms 
Day. Week or Monlh — Private Bath 

^ WONDERFUL VIEW OF BEACH 

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Capener 

Telephone GArden 3-9602 

1003 EAST CLIFF DRIVE 

I Block to Beach and Boardwalk 

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 

STUBENDORFF'S 

HOME OF THE BEST TAMALES 

Retail and Table Service 

1013 RIVER STREET 

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 



DEL MAR APARTMENTS 



Mr 



REASONABLE RATES — PARKING 

and Mrs. Rudy Fcnna. Owners & Opera 



Phone GArden 3-1792 

126 LEIBBRANDT AVENUE 

Half Block to Beach Amusement Zone 

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 



SWISS DAIRY 



GArden 3-78«3 
P. O. BOX 419 



SANTA CRUZ 



CALIFORNIA 







HIS MEN KEEP CAPITOLA LAW-ABIDING. Here is Chief of Police Martin D. BcKthold 
who spearheads the officers who keep Capitola and its vicinity a law-abiding area. Chief 
Begthold has been on the Capitola forte since April, 1952. 



Grady's Market 

Grady Carruth 



GR 5-2688 

509 Bay Avenue 
Capitola, California 



Our Menu is A Guide to Superb 
Authentic Mexican Dishes 

CONSUELO'S 

Served in the True Atmosphere 
of Old Mexico 

CLOSED TUESDAY 

AC 3-9512 
In the La Plaza Shopping Center 

1852 Bacon Street 
Ocean Beach, Calif. 



FOODLAND MARKET 



WARD MOTOR SALES 

AUTOMOBILES BOUGHT AND SOLD 

BANK TERMS — MAURICE WARD 



APTOS COFFEE SHOP 

Good Eats, Meals and Sandwiches 

OLLIE AND HELF.N 



1118 OCEAN STREET 



Phone GArden 3-1614 
1303 OCEAN STREET 



SANTA CRUZ 



CALIFORNIA SANTA CRUZ 



CALIFORNIA APTOS 



P. O. BOX 261 
8034 SOQUEL AVENUE 

CALIFORNIA 



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FOREST HILL 

STORE AND 

MEAT MARKET 

Store Hours: 7:30 A.M. - 10 P.M. 

HOME OWNED . . . HOME 
OPERATED 

R. H. BOB DAVIS 



1176 Forest Avenue 
Pacific Grove, Calif. 



FAIRWAY MART 

"The Best of Everything" 



Corner of Forest 

AND David 

Pacific Grove, Calif. 



Sprouse Reitz Co., 
Inc. 



588 Lighthouse 
Pacific Grove, Calif. 



inmate, by any duty which he might per- 
form, repay the amount of the outlay 
which he is costing the state. 

Rehabilitation Is Aim 

The aim of the correctional system, as 
the name implies, is to rehabilitate the 
prisoner. According to Mr. Noah Web- 
ster's Dictionary, to rehabilitate means — 
to fit out, to equip for working, to dress. 
Great expenditures of money are being 
laid out for this so-called rehabilitation. 
The purpose is to turn the inmate back 
into society in a better condition than that 
which he had when he entered. By this 
means, it is hoped that he will become a 
law abiding citizen, live a useful and hon- 
orable life and never again foul himself 
up by repeating his crime or committing 
a new one. 

Much can be done to restore a pris- 
oner's health. This I know. From the time 
I became Chief Surgeon of the California 
State Prison at San Quentin in 1913, until 
the time of my retirement from state serv- 
ice in 1951, I saw thousands of prisoners 
turned out of the institution in much better 
physical condition than when they entered. 
It was the aim and purpose of the Medical 
Department to put the man in such shape 
physically that, when he did go out, he 
could, if he wished, do enough work to 
properly maintain himself. 

In recent years the effort has been, in 
some penal institutions to rehabilitate him 
mentally to change his pattern, as they say. 

For this purpose a great corps of social 
workers, psychologists, and psychiatrists 
have been added to the personnel. Pris- 
oners always have had opportunities to at- 
tend church and receive spiritual council 
in accordance with their religious beliefs. 
And even the minor penal institutions 
have provided schools and teachers for 
those who wished to avail themselves of 
such services. But now, the effort seems 
to be to revamp the inmate's mental status, 
to change his pattern, and to make a good 
boy out of a bad one. The psychiatrists, 
the "spoof doctors" as the convicts call 
them, seem to think they can do this. 

SONNY'S SERVICE 

MOBILGAS — MOBILOIL 
A Maximum of Service for a Minimum of Cost 

Auto Repairs • Hunter Wheel Balancing 

FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY 

SONNY COATE 



Phone FR 5-8688 
1152 FOREST AVENUE 



PACIFIC GROVE 



CALIFORNIA 



BILL'S UNION SERVICE 

TUNEUPS AND BRAKE SERVICE 

BILL TYLER 

FR 5-5460 

650 LIGHTHOUSE AVENUE 

PACIFIC GROVE CALIFORNIA 



Viennese Bakery 

specializing In 

European Pastries and 

Decorated Cakes 

JUERGEN AND LeO 



420 Calle Principal 
Monterey, California 



Western Auto 
Association Store 

The Family Store 
Rothgery and Thomas 



479 Alvarado Street 
Monterey, California 



CABRILLO CAFE 

BEER • WINE 

HENRY AND MARY 



FR 2-4881 
554 LIGHTHOUSE 

MONTEREY CALIFORNIA 



ERNEST MATNEY 

SILVER DOLLAR 

198 FRANKLIN STREET 
MONTEREY CALIFORNIA 

MONTEREY AUTO SALES 

Used Cars Bought, Sold and Traded 

Phone S-4901 

199 LIGHTHOUSE AVENUE 

MONTEREY CALIFORNIA 

Phone FRontier 2-8085 

ORDWAY PHARMACY 



Wats 



nd Do 



398 ALVARADO STREET 



MONTEREY 



CALIFORNIA 



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Phone 6393 

P. O. BOX 266 
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Meet Your Frineds Here 

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BAR - CAFE - CLUBROOM 
Dean Hedrick 



11 West Market St. 
Salinas, California 



Con Ni:i:ds Brains 

11 a tonvict, now known as inmates, has 
a smattering of brains at all, and has a 
deep feeling to go right, he does not have 
to have all this lostiy, ineffectual and per- 
sonnel consuming rehabilitation which is 
having such a surge at this time. But, of 
course, there arc not many of them who 
have enough understanding to know that 
the path they have pursued in the past is 
not the right one. They have not learned 
by trial and failure. And with such men- 
talities they are not suitable or capable of 
taking on a lot of education. 

The percentage of morons, mentally re- 
tarded, ne'er do wells, psychotics, neu- 
rotics and psychopaths is large in a prison 
population. Teaching or trying to teach 
these individuals high school and univer- 
sity courses is just that much time and 
money wasted. 

There are, on the other hand, some very 
smart criminals. These are in jail for big 
but crooked deals. Had they used the same 
amount of ingenuity, cleverness, brains 
c'nd effort that they did in committing 
their crimes, they might have ranked as 
highly successful business men and be 
greatly respected in their communities. 
Surely these men knew the difference be- 
tween right and wrong, and between 
honesty and dishonesty. 

All efforts at rehabilitating or reform- 
ing these gentlemen will be of no purpose 
at all, if they do not have it in their minds 
to follow the straight and narrow path. 
It is entirely up to them, themselves. If 
they still remain on the wrong side, more 
education in prison will only tend to make 
them better and more formidable crooks. 

SYMPATHY Ml.SPLACED 

It is a trend nowadays to do more and 
more for the underling, for the underpri- 
vileged, the one who "never had a 
chance." And this applies to those who 
were unfortunate enough, through their 
own misdeeds, to (ind themselves wards 
ot our penal system. All kinds of mis- 
placed sympathy are bestowed upon these 

RIVER SIDE MOTEL 

Under New Management 
ANN ROIIRKE AND MARY CARROLL 



Phone GE S-1996 
231 MONTEREY ROAD 

CALIFORNfA 



Gene Coktey's Friendly 

526 CLUB 

CARD ROOM • COCKTAILS 
Enjoy All Sports On Our Televisi' 



Frank Raiter 
Canning Co. 

Divisioti of 

San Xavier Fish 

Packing Company 

QUALITY packers OF 

California's Canned 
Frttits and Vegetables 



General Office Telephone 
Salinas 4884 

Salinas, California 



EL CHARRITO 

GROCERY — MEATS 

Tamales and Tortillas Factory 

BEER - WINE 

FRUITS - VEGETABLES 



Phone HA 4-9446 

122 West Market St. 
Salinas, California 



S28 EAST ALISAL STREET 



CALIFORNIA 



Freeway Auto 
Wreckers 

We Buy Used & Wrecked Cars 

WE sell used parts 

Tom French 

HA 2-9980 

P. O. Box 261 

378 E. John Street 

Salinas, California 



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unworthy people. "They never had a 
chance. " — "They came from broken 
homes." — "They grew up in a bad en- 
vironment." — "They did not have 
enough recreation." — "They were re- 
jected by their parents." And there are 
scores of other such statements by which 
they seek to justify their crimes against 
their fellow men. It is not long before 
this class of humanity begins to feel sor- 
ry for itself, to think it its mistreated, and 
that life has not been good to its kind. 
They think they deserve to be taken care 
of, to be housed, fed and have all per- 
sonal needs supplied, When this attitude 
is established, the more they get the more 
they want. And they demand it. Their 
pattern has been fixed. 

Reliance upon one's self is fast moving 
into discard. Since people of ordinarily 
normal mentality are frequently looking 
for something for nothing, how about the 
mcntallv abnormal or rather subnormal 
, pc which has begun to thrive on charity 
, id benefits which he in no way merits 
or deserves? Such is the seed from which 
prison riots are germinated. 

In the penitentiaries and penal institu- 
tions every need is provided for, housing, 
food, 'clothing, entertainment, recreation, 
sports and almost every other thing which 
could be desired. These are all supplied. 
It is one of the premiums or privileges 
of being thrown in jail. 

Taxpayers Stuck 

What has the prisoner given to warrant 
all these comforts and luxuries ? He has 
done nothing useful or constructive. On 
the other hand, he has so conducted him- 
self in the commission of crime that he 
has cost the taxpayers untold thousands of 
dollars in convicting him and maintaining 
him with the best the land allows. 

With the prisoner there is always the 
demand for more and more. Give an inch 
and he wants a foot. Demands ever in- 
crease — less work, more recreation, better 
food, more liberty and a host of others. 
As it is, there is not enough work in most 
of the institutions to keep him busy. They 



Gordito's Tortilla 
Factory 

Mexican Food 

Distributors of 

MEXICAN CANDY 

BREAD - SPICES 

Phone HA 4-2011 

48 Pajaro Street 
Salinas, California 



Clark Berry Farm 

Groiver and Packer 



Res. Phone HA 2-8056 
Office HA 2-4275 

165 Harrison Road 
Salinas, California 



Phone 5-9033 

Del Monte Club 

Beer and Wine 
Dancing 

MARY AND JIM, PROPS. 

Del Monte and Echo 

Way 

Seaside, California 






HArrison 4-2530 



Ramey Lumber Co. 

Wholesale and Retail 
LeRoy Hull, General Manager 

HArrison 4-8096 
595 El Camino Real North 

Salinas, California 



J 



Phone FR 5-9534 
Res. Phone FR 5-5841 

Wayside Garage 

JASPER F. HENDRICKS, OWNER 

Cotnplete Mechanical 

Repairs 

Fender and Body 'Work - Auto 

Painting - Radio Dispatched 

Towing Service 

1523 Del Monte Blvd. 

p. O. Box J 

Seaside, California 



Phone HA. 4-8598 

Spanish Kitchen 

Orders to Take Out 

PANCHO AND LITA 



700 Market Street 
Salinas, California 



C. GARCIA & SONS 

DRIVE-IN MARKET 

GROCERIES :-: FRUITS :- : MEATS 
VEGETABLES 

GONZALES CALIFORNIA 

Phone FR. 5-9921 

PAUL COLMAN ASSOCIATES 

CARPETS - ALL BRANDS 
Cleaning, Dyeing, Repairing nf Rugs and Piirni/iiie 

555 CHARLES AVENUE 
SEASIDE CALIFORNIA 



....■■■- .......------. ^ 

FR. 2-9901 


WE ARE TRYING! 


IFONT YOU TRY THE 


"Half -Dollar" 


BETTY AND MIKE 


1569 Del Monte Blvd. 


Seaside, California 


, 



Telephone NEwton 3-2601 

Palace Super Market 



p. o. Box 556 
Castroville, California 



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NO FRILLS THEN! Here is a view of San Qucniin taken in the cime of Dr. Leo L. Stanley wfiose interesting article, "Don't Pity the Poor 
Convict," starts on page (9. Or. Stanley says the picture is about circa 1920 before penology frills became popular. 



Phone OSborn 5-3436 

M. B. FOWLER 

Concrete Pipe 
hri (Ration Systems 

P. O. Box 838 
Gonzales, California 



Phone OSborn 5-2282 



Beacon Garage 



P. o. Box 98 
Gonzales, California 



LA CUEVA DE ORE 

MARY AROZ 

CAFE AND BAR 

P. O. BOX 621 
GOrrZALES CALIFORNIA 



want better food. California prisons boast 
that better food is served in them than in 
the armed forces. They want more recrea- 
tion. But they have baseball, football, bo.x- 
ing athletic events and track meets. 

They may not like the warden. They 
think the Parole Board is too tough on 
them. They may complain that some pris- 
on guard, now called Custodial Officers, 
spoke to harshly to them. They want more 
rights and privileges. They have forgotten, 
that, by their criminal acts, they have for- 
feited rights which are accorded to honest 
and upright men. The demands go on and 
on. Some officials give in to these whims 
and wants. It is well and good if the sit- 
uation warrants. But it is very bad as a 
means of appeasement. When there is 
finally a halt in giving concessions trouble 
begins. 

Riots Have Roots 

Prison riots have many causes. They are 
usually due to the fact that some of the 
prisoners want something beyond the 
many rights and privileges they have 



C. Ray Robinson & 

Associates and 

Central Empire 

Storage 

cold storage - growers 

shippers 

Fresno, California 



Phone 5-3315 


Gonzales 


Pool Room 


• 


p. O. Box 864 


Gonzales, California 



Bailey- Maulhardt 
Company 

Shippers of 
California Vegetables 

P. O. Box 777 
Guadalupe, Calif. 



JOE CORTEZ 

MEXICAN KITCHEN CAFE 



HOME MADE CHLII 



We specialize in 
TAMALES - ENCHILADAS ■ TACOS 



P. O. BOX 647 



CASTROVILLE 



CALIFORNIA 



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N. G. Papac & Sons 

Fine S. Pak Strawberries 



PA 4-4695 

P. O. Box 541 

Watsonville, Calif. 



A-1 Ambulance 
Service 

Sick Room Supplies 

Oxygen & Medical Gases 

24-Hour Service 

Trained Attendants 

PA 2-2447-4-3131 

624 Main Street 
Watsonville, Calif. 



JY'^hen hi Felton Go To 



JEM - CAFE 



For a Good Place to Eat 



GOOD COFFEE 



FELTON, CALIF. 



GRANITE CONSTRUCTION CO. 

ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS 



PA 4-4711 
BEACH ROAD 

WATSONVILLE CALIFORNIA 



J. J. CROSETTI COMPANY 

Growers • Packers • Shippers 
FRUITS • VEGETABLES 

PA 4-6316 
P. O. BOX 230 

WATSONVILLE CALIFORNIA 



granted to them. These riots have been 
destructive of property and have cost many 
Hves. And they have caused much mental 
anguish and civil disturbance in their sup- 
pression. 

In handling prisoners, the best and most 
satisfactory policy is for the administration 
to be firm, but at the same time to be fair. 
This is acceptable on both sides. Inmates 
respect officials who are fair, who will 
weigh the facts honestly and impartially. 
They admire a man who is firm in his 
decisions. In my many years of dealing 
with prisoners I have tried to be fair. I 
think it has paid off. And at the same 
time I have had to be firm. Vacillation 
would have been of no avail. Since re- 
tirement from active prison work, I have 
met, in travelling about the world, many 
of my former inmates. 

Without exception they have greeted me 
as one of their friends. I have met them in 
places where they could easily "have done 
me in" had they so desired. 

But I do not pity the "poor convict." 
He has had the best of it more often than 
not. More and more is being done for 
him. And less does he appreciate it. In the 
nineteen-thirties San Quentin was over- 
crowded. It had 6500 prisoners. And for 
all these inmates there was a total of 250 
officials, including guards, foremen, ac- 
countants, heads of departments and ad- 
ministrative officers. 

The prisoners, in those days, were al- 
lowed to do much of the work in the in- 
stitution. They were permitted to do ste- 
nography, clerical work and some book- 
keeping, all within their capabilities. They 
cared for the grounds, worked in the gar- 
dens and prepared the food. Of course, 



Phone OR. 8-2403 


HAZEL'S BAR 


• 


p. O. Box 771 


SoLEDAD, California 



Phone OR 8-9981 

LAS PALMERAS CAFE 

Frank and Manliela Cadena, Props. 

POOL - RESTAURANT 

SPANISH AND AMERICAN DISHES 

BEER - WINE 

CORNER 101 HIGHWAY AND OAK STREET 
SOLEDAD CALIFORNIA 



Clark's Drug Store 

Ellwood Clark 

Ralph Clark 

Dependable Prescriptionists 



Phone HOC 

Butte & Sycamore Sts. 
Willows, Calif. 



HOLLY CAFE 



CH 1-9866 

1429 Market Street 
REDDING, CALIF. 



Oscar Hedlund 
Lumber Co. 

Douglas Fir - Western Hemlock 
Sugar Pine - Ponderosa Pine 

LE 3-0033 

Merrimac Star Route 
Oroville, California 



Phone NE. 3-2051 

NEW CASTROVILLE MARKET 

Clifford Tom 
CHOICE MEATS AND GROCERIES 

P. O. BOX 381 

1108 MERRITT STREET 

CASTROVILLE CALIFORNIA 



Telephone NE. 3-2002 



NICK'S HIGHWAY MARKET 



CASTROVILLE 



CALIFORNIA 



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PETROLEUM 

TANK LINE 

George Gray 

Telephone: 

FRONTIER 1-5211; 1-5212 

SACRAMENTO 

CALIFORNIA 

P. O. Box 577 
West Sacramento, Calif. 

"Safety" Is Our 

Watchword! 

— always ! 



Farmers' Markets 

The Big One-Slop Food Centers! 

• 5040 Franklin Boulevard 
at 26th Avenue 

• 1271 West Capitol Avenue 

West Sacramento 

• 3810 Marysville Road 

East Del Paso Heights 

SACRAMENTO, CALIF. 



Telephone NE. 3-2031 



Residence NE. 3-2081 



FRANK'S CLUB 

COCKTAILS . . . ITALIAN FOOD 

Frank PoGcmri, Your rritndly Host 

MERRITT AND SANCHEZ STREETS 

CASTROVILLE CALIFORNIA 

THE GREENBRIER MOTOR HOTEL 

45 New Units • Luxuriously Furnished 

Tubs or Tile Showers • Exira Long Beds 

Air-Conditioned 

TV AND SWIMMING POOL 

One of California'i Smarletl Motor Hotels 

<331 Stockton Blvd. Phone GLadsionc 1-2861 

U. S. 99— '/j Mile South of State Fair Grounds 
SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



they were supervised by competent and 
understanding heads of departments who 
could teach, guide and direct. 

4,000 IN San Quentin 
But today, San Quentin has four thou- 
sand inmates. So called "modern penol- 
ogy" insists that over seven hundred free 
personnel, including women, be rccjuired 
to do what two hundred fifty did a few 
years ago. And still the cry is for more 
and more personnel. Apparently the added 
cost to the taxpayer does not concern the 
higher-ups of the Department of Correc- 
tions. Pay taxes until it hurts, seems to be 
the trend, to keep these civically unfit 
parasites in comtortable circumstances, 
with privileges, care and upkeep which 
many honest, hardworking citizens can 
not afford. 

Recently there was a mild disturbance 
at San Quentin. It was charged that some 
of the mental patients had not been prop- 
erly treated by the psychiatric staff. As a 
result, there was considerable newspaper 
publicity about the affair. A commission 
was chosen to investigate. A psychiatrist 
from the Federal Prison System was em- 
ployed to make a sun-ey. He made one all 
right. He came up with the recommenda- 
tion that fifty more social workers, psy- 
chologists, psychiatrists and other super- 
numeraries be employed to augment the 
seven hundred odd personnel already on 
this staff of a four thousand inmate insti- 
tution. 

Money Is Wasted 

After all, it is a fair question to ask. 
Does this great expenditure of money on 
top heavy personnel turn out better men 
men from prison.' Does it improve the 



Darkenwald 

Construction Co., 

Inc. 

General Contractors 

IV 9-3653 

2131 Fulton Avenue 
Sacramento, Calif. 

Telephone FRontier 1-9977 

CLUB PHEASANT 
Italian Dinners 

RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE 
FINE FOOD AND COCKTAILS 
Served Daily • Closed Mondays 

Two Miles South of El Rancho on 
Jeflfcrson Boulevard 

CALltoRNIA 



Sherman Thomas 

Alfalfa - Hay 
Cotton - Dairy 



OR 6-6468 

25810 Avenue 11 
Madera, California 



HOTEL SENATOR 

• Free Parking 

• Family Plan 

• Air-Condilioned 
SACRAMENTO'S FINEST 

For Reservalions Call 

Gilbert 2-5081 or 

Teletype S. C. 128 

Henry L. Dienna, Gen. Mgr. 

12TH AND "L" Streets 
Sacramento, California 



GENERAL FOOD MARKET 

COMPLETE FOOD MARKET 
Highest in Quality % Lowest in Price.' 

Meats, Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables 
Liquors, Beers and Wines 

6019 - 6021 STOCKTON BOULEVARD 
SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



Telephone ED 2-2645 



PALMATEER— SUPER MARKET 

Nationally Advertised Brands - Groceries - Liquors 

Beers - Wines 

fresh .Meats, Produce and Fruits 

•(904 AUBURN BOULEVARD 
SACRAMENTO 21 CALIFORNIA 



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inmates? Does it return to civil life peo- 
ple who will mingle honorably with their 
fellow men, conduct themselves properly 
and never return to crime? It is my opin- 
ion, from an experience of intimately 
dealing with this class of society, that it 
does not. 

During the sixty five hundred period of 
prison population with two hundred and 
hfty on the staff, only FIFTEEN PER 
CENT of the inmates who left the prison 
on parole returned to the institution for 
violation. Now, as of today, with all of 
this so-called rehabilitation, the number 
of parolees who come back to jail, and 
usually within a very short time after 
release, is well over FIFTY PER CENT. 
A comparison of these figures seems to 
bear out the futility of continually pamper- 
ing the inmate, making life for him one 
long holiday with very little work to do, 
excellent food, comfortable housing and 
all the recreation and entertainment he 
wants. 

The paroled inmate is provided with 
employment when he is released from 
prison. He is carefully indoctrinated as to 
what he should and should not do when 
he gets out. He can always call upon a 
knowing and sympathetic parole officer for 
aid and advice should he get in a tight 
spot. He takes a job. He does not like it. 
Unfortunately for him, he has to work, 
something he seldom did in prison. He has 
to provide food and lodging for himself. 
It is not brought to him as it was in the 
institution. He tires of being employed. 
He begins to feel sorry for himself. He 
thinks he'll take a little drink to bolster 
up his flagging spirits. He takes a little 
more and takes it a little more often. His 
work becomes unsatisfactory. 

Before long he is fired and has no job. 
Now, out of work, the easiest thing to do 
is to steal, to rob, to pass a worthless check 
or commit some other illegal act which 
could throw him back into the clink. If 
he is not caught in the act, he is the win- 
ner. But if he is, he will be sent back to 
the pen where everything is provided for 
him. And he can take a long rest. 

This is no exaggeration. This happens 
every day. 

I have talked to these men on their re- 
turn to jail. There is no shame or remorse 
on their part. They have just done a clever 
trick, they think. They joke about what 
they call "rehabitchulation." They ridicule 
the officers whom they think they have 
hoodwinked. And they are the wise guys 
who have done what comes naturally and 
the easiest for them. 

So, don't pity the poor convict. 

Bad driving conditions prevailed in less 
than 15 per cent of the fatal highway ac- 
cidents in the U. S. in 1957. 



Telephone WA 2-4297 

AUTO SERVICE CENTER 

Prompt 24Hour Towing Seriice 

BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS 

AUTO PAINTING 

Expert Crafismanship - Guaranteed Work 

ART NELSON, OWNER 

1019 DEL PASO BOULEVARD 
NORTH SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 

Telephone WAbash 5-5424 

MAIL - ME MONDAY 

OF NORTH SACRAMENTO 
BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE 

RANALD J. AITKENS 

1719 DEL PASO BOULEVARD 
NORTH SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



Phone WAbash 5-3827 



RALPH C. ROBINSON CO. 

ROBINSON WIRE TWISTERS 

RALPH C. ROBINSON, PRESIDENT 



2516 CROSBY WAY 
P. O. Box 3494 



NORTH SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



Dial WA 5-1497 or IV 9-1460 

A. W. SWEET & CO. 

PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTORS 

"For Service All That the Name Implies" 

SWEET SATISFACTION 

NOW — 279 ARDEN WAY 
NORTH SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



WA 5-3536 

Globe Auto Supply 

Parts and Supplies for All Makes 

Including Batteries, Tires and 

Paints 

100 Darina AT 2206I/2 Del Paso 
Boulevard 

No. SACRAMENTO, CALIF. 



Telephone EDgewood 2-5075 

Wes Cartwright 
Motors 

Fifie Used Cars 
3535 "E" Street 

At Watt Avenue 

North Highlands, 
Californla. 



Phone 8681 

SYLVAN SUPER 
MARKET 

Quality First — Always! 

. . . COMPLETE . . . 
FOOD SHOPPING CENTER 

You'll Save at Sylvan! 

Complete Liquor Department 

Sylvan Corners 

Citrus Heights, Calif. 

"Where Cash Is King" 



VAN'S MARKETS 

TWO BIG supermarkets 

IN THE SACRAMENTO AREA 

1124 Del Paso Boulevard 

North Sacramento 

Meats Till Midnight 

5560 Franklin Boulevard 
South Sacramento 

Both Stores Open Till Midnight 
Sundays and Holidays Too 



SPROUSE-REITZ CO. 

THE SHOPPING HEADQUARTERS OF THE 
north HIGHLANDS DISTRICT 
SACRAMENTO 
Telephone ED 2-3674 

JACQUES • Store for Men 

LOWEST PRICES ANYWHERE 

JACK KARRAS 

5815 WATT AVENUE 
NORTH HIG HLANDS SACRAMENTO 

ROEDIGER BROS. 

GOODYEAR DISTRIBUTORS 

Tires • Tubes • Batteries 

Tire Recapping 

Prompt Seriice — Guaranteed Work 

403 RIVERSIDE AVENUE 
ROSEVILLE CAUFORNIA 

Phone SUnset 3-4064 

KUHLMAN'S PHARMACY 

THE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 
"One of Northern California's Finest" 

321 - 323 VERNON STREET 
ROSEVILLE CALIFORNIA 



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MIDVALLEY 

Savings & Loan 
Association 

"Pride of the Feather 
River Country" 

Resources Over 
. . . $8,000,000.00 . . . 

4% Paid on Insured 
Savings! 

MARYSVILLE 

317 Fourth Street 

OROVILLE 

1720 Bird Street 

YUBA CITY 

435 Center Street 

Courtesy - Service 
Security 



JERRY DOWER 

Cocktails Fit for a King 

Shuffleboard 
On and Off Sale Liquors 



Telephone SHerwood 2-9862 

315 Sumner Street 
YUBA CITY, CALIF. 



,fhont SH 3-6514 

r BREMER HARDWARE, INC. 

IMPLEMENTS - SPORTING GOODS 
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES - PLUMBING 

546 SECOND STREET 
GRIDLEY & YUBA CITY CALIFORNIA 

Telephone SH 3-9205 

Pepsi - Cola Bottling Company 

OF YUBA CITY 
THE LIGHT REFRESHMENT! 

750 SUTTER STREET 
YUBA CITY CALIFORNIA 



VEHICLE CODE CHANGES 

Here are some of the Vehicle Code 
Ciian^cs adopted by the 1957 California 
Legislature and now in effect. They in- 
clude: 

Runaway Vehicles 

Motor vehicles that plunge down grades 
because they are improperly parked or 
slip their brakes arc one of the hazards of 
the motor age in hilly or mountain com- 
munities. Owners of runaway vehicles 
sometimes also fail to report such acci- 
dents to the proper authorities and to give 
their name and address to persons whose 
property has been damaged. 

The law has been strengthened to make 
it exceedingly uncomfortable for anyone 
guilty of failure to make proper notifica- 
tions. The new law requires a person 
whose vehicle escapes on a slope and 
causes destruction to make a full report 
to the police, sheriff or State Highway 
Patrol or be guilty of a hit-and-run viola- 
tion. Conviction for this offense can bring 
the maximum penalties of six months in 
jailor $500 fine or bodi. 

Cars Illegally Parked 

Additions have been made to the law 
granting authority to police officers to re- 
move automobiles, trucks or other vehicles 
illegally parked on a highway. Vehicles 
are considered to be illegally parked and 
subject to tow away when they prevent 
access by fire-fighting equipment to a fire 
hydrant, obstruct the cleaning of a high- 
way or when left unattended for more 
than four hours upon the right of way 
of any freeway within a city. 

Phone WAbash 5-8525 

INDUSTRIAL TRACTOR SALES 

ALLIS-CHALMERS TRACTORS 

INGERSOLL-RAND COMPRESSORS 

UNIT CRANES AND SHOVELS 

BUCKEYE DITCHERS 

903 DEL PASO BOULEVARD 
NORTH SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 

Telephotte FRontiec 1-6771 

BEST WISHES 

Western Hyway Oil Company 

REGAL OIL PRODUCTS 



P. O. BOX 199 
WEST SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



Phone 3-5465 

THE RICE MOTEL 

DOWNTOVi N LOCATION 
ON THE MAIN HIGHWAY 

Popular Spot for Law Enforcemeat Officers 
of County, Stale and Nation/ 



Best Wishes 
from 

H. EARL PARKER 

General Contractor 

m 

RESPONSIBILITY 

SKILL 

INTEGRITY 

Phone: 3-5481 



12TH AND "F" Streets 
MARYSVILLE, 
CALIFORNIA 



Phone SH 2-2582 

RUG CLEANING 

In Your Home or In Our Plant 
Dyeing - Repairing - Reweaving 
Domestic - Oriental - Wall to Wall 
Upholstery Cleaning . . . Dusting 

Shampooing 

Rugs Washed . . . Dusting . . . 

Washing . . . Rinsing . . . Drying 

and Sizing 

Valley Rug and 
Upholstery Cleaners 

523 "B" Street Marysville, Calif. 



TtUphone SHerwood 2-6961 

GILMORE TV AND APPLIANCE 
AND HOME FURNITURE 

The ^'Quality Ueaclqiitirters of the Feather River 
Country'' 



420 THIRD STREET 
MARYSVILLE 



CALIFORNIA 



803 "•£•' STREET 



MARYSVILLE 



CALIFORNIA 



Telephone SHerwood 3-3392 

JOE'S MARINE SERVICE 

I. J. HICKS, Prop. 

EVINRUDE DEALER 

Water Ski Rentals • Accessories - Rockholt Boats 

Trailor Boats ■ Trailers ■ Motor Repairs 

124 SIXTH STREET 
MARYSVILLE CAUFORNIA 



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Giboney and 
Heilmann 

Trucking Contractors 



SHerwood 2-6513 

P. O. Box 773 
Marysville, Calif. 



Phone SHerwood 3-6120 

Western Auto Associate Store 

Home-Owned by Jack A. McCarty 

Wizard Appliances - Wizard Batteries 

Davis Tires - Vita Power Oil - Western Flyer 

Bicycles - Truetone Radios 

514 FIFTH STREET 
MARYSVILLE CALIFORNIA 



THE CLOVER CLUB 

THE POPULAR SPOT OF MARYSVILLE! 
CARDS - BAR - RESTAURANT 

215 "D" STREET 
MARYSVILLE CALIFORNIA 



LOTUS INN 

A Must in Marysville . . . Most Beautiful 

CHINESE AND AMERICAN DISHES 

. . . COCKTAILS . . . 

315 SECOND STREET 
MARYSVILLE CALIFORNIA 



MUST BROTHERS, INC. 

AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES 
Largest Slock in Northern California 

FOURTH AND "E" STREETS 
MAR YSVILLE CALIFORNIA 

Robert's Auto Service 

Tune-Up • Electrical • Carburetors 

ASSOCIATED PRODUCTS 

Flyine A Tires and Batteries 

630 "B" STREET, MARYSVILLE, CALIFORNIA 

• 

Robert's Package Delivery 

Messenger Service • Distributing Service 

Bank Deposits Made 

Phone SHerwood 3-9549 

MARYSVILLE, CALIFORNIA 

Telephone SHerwood 2-5108 

ROBINSON PAINT COMPANY 

Established 1878 
COMPLETE PAINT AND GLASS SERVICE 



U3 "D" STREET 
MARYSVILLE CALIFORNIA 



Regal Premium 
Stations 

Quality PLUS Service 
Gasoline, Motor Oils, Accessories 

2 Convenient Locations to 

Serve You 

705 Tenth Street - Phone 2-3142 

1111 "B" Street - Phone 2-3611 

MARYSVILLE, CALIFORNIA 



Speckert Lumber 
Company 

ONE-STOP SHOPPING! 

For Complete Line of 

Building Materials 

VISIT OUR NEW STORE 

It's on Beale Road 

Dial SH 2-2439 
MARYSVILLE, CALIFORNIA 



Rockholt Boat Co. 

BOATS, LIFE JACKETS 
HARDWARE, ANCHORS 

So Safe! - So Beautiful! 

523 "J" Street 

MARYSVILLE, CALIFORNIA 



SHerwood 3-7301 




JOHN C. BAYES 

YOUR FORD DEALER 

Sales and Service 


Passenger and 
Cars and 


Commercial 
Trucks 


420 "E" 
MARYSVILLE, 


Street 
California 



M. McGraw Co., 
Inc. 

Contractors 



Phone HO 6-9797 
P. O. BOX 757 

2216 E. Miner Avenue 
Stockton, Calif. 



*-•-• 



Phone 3-5447 

HAMON BROTHERS 

CHRYSLER IMPERIAL AND PLYMOUTH FURY 
Sales and Service 

GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRING 
Tires - Batteries - Accessories 

FOURTH AND "G" STREETS 
MARYSVILLE CALIFORNIA 



YUBA MARKET 

•THE BIG ONE-STOP FOOD CENTER!" 
A COMPLETE SUPER MARKET 

1409 "B" STREET 
MA RYSVILLE CALIFORNIA 

Telephone SHerwood 2-6171 

MARYSVILLE MUFFLER SERVICE 

Wholesale and Retail 
20-MINUTE MUFFLER SERVICE 
Jake Hill and Bud Cubbler, Props. 

213 SIXTEENTH STREET AT "B" 
MARYSVILLE CALIFORNIA 

Telephone SHerwood 3-9636 

ELECTRIC AND CARBURETOR 
SERVICE 

HARRY MARKS, OWNER 

GENERATORS - TUNEUP ■ STARTERS 

Electric Auto-Lite Service 

United Motors Service 

CORNER FIFTH AND 'G' STREETS 
MARYSVILLE CALIFORNIA 



LOG CABIN PASTRY SHOP 

Hottinger Bros., Props. 
QUALITY BAKERY GOODS 

2062 MONTGOMERY STREET 
OROVILLE CALIFORNIA 

LE 3-3466 

SAVAGE HARDWARE AND 
PLUMBING CO. 

NOTED FOR SERVICE! 
Quality Tools — Low Prices/ 

1364 HUNTOON STREET 
OROVILLE CALIFORNIA 



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OLIVER'S LEATHER GOODS AND SADDLES 

Plaiu-dothes belt, don't hare to take out of pants to release holster or cuff case 



BELT $6.50 

HOLSTER 4.00 

CUFFCASE 3.00 



Phone CY 4-2085 
185 West Santa Clara Street 



San Jose, California 



PICKERING 
LUMBER CORP. 

Sugar Pine - White 

Pine - Ponderosa 
Pine - Incense Cedar 



Standard, California 



AS ALWAYS . . . BEST WISHES 
TO ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS! 

S. S. LORD 

Manager 

HENRY J. KAISER CO. 

Sand, Gravel, Crushed Rock 



OROVILLE 



P. O. BOX 151 



LE 3-5404 

Blackie's L. and B. Exchange 

1958 MONTGOMERY STREET 
OROVILLE CALIFORNIA 

Phone 31488 

TONG FONG LOW 

'CHARLEYS RESTAURANT' 
JusI Good food — Aluays! 

2051 ROBINSON STREET 
OROVILLE CALIFORNIA 

LE 3-1663 

T. AND G. CLEANERS 

QUALITY WORK FOR OVER 30 YEARS! 

2185 BALDWIN AVENUE 
OROVILLE CALIFORNIA 



Markleeville Stable and 
Pack Station 

PACK TRIPS 

— for — 
HUNTING AND FISHING 

Or An Unforgettable \'acation 

Write . . . Dave Roberts 

Markleeville, California 

Located 32 miles south of Lake 

Tahoe on Highway No. 4 



Compliments to the 

POLICE & PEACE 
OFFICERS' 
JOURNAL 

from a 
FRIEND 



c.-^l^^ffnonf Blvd. 



BULK RATE 
U. S. POSTAGE 

PAID 

San Francisco, Calif. 
Permit No. 3172 



Return Postage Guaranteed 
4U Tenth Street, San Franciico 3 



Compliments 

THE RITZ OLD POODLE DOG 

Founded 1849 

San Francisco's Oldest French Restaurant 
Lunch, Dinner, Cocktail Lounge 

open Daily 1 1 : 30 A.M. — 10 : 30 P.M., Sunday 4 : 00 P.M. 
Louis J. LaLanne^ Managing Owner 

SUttet 1-1918 

63 Post Street 



■•■-■■^■^-^■^^OA^^AJiO**^^ 



J.G. Boswell Company 

GRAIN ^- COTTON 



P.O. Box 457 Corcoran, Calif. 

Telephone 800 



SAN FRANCISCO EDITION 




'TIS A THING OF BEAUTY 

Architect's drawing of up and conning Eureka's new $3,300,000 courthouse 

and jail to serve Humboldt County. Details concerning 

this "most modern" structure on Page I I. 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



HOLY CITY INN 

Wine and Beer 

EL. 4-3789 

PRINTING PRESS 

Commercial Printing 
EL. 4-4611 

RICHFIELD SERVICE 
STATION 

JIM'S AUTO REPAIR 
HOLY CITY GARAGE 

EL. 4-7077 

MAURICE KLINE 

EL. 4-4611 

P. O. BOX 44 

Old Santa Cruz Highway 

Holy City, Calif. 



ED. 


LONG 


Liquor Store 




• 


555 W. 


Market St. 


Salinas, 


California 



Valontine or 
Mrs. E. Reyes 

Farm Labor 
Contractor 



Phone HA 2-7336 

30 Sun Street 
Salinas, California 



Barney Morrow's 

BROOKDALE 
LODGE 

• 

In All the World 

Nothing Like It 



Boulder Creek, 
California 



Mortimer's Inn 

Restaurant - Cocktails 
Dancing - Liquors 

Off Sale 



Paradise Lodge 
Motel 

One Mile North of 

Fort Ord 
ON HIGHWAY ONE 

Marina, California 



BUD ANTLE, INC. 

Grower - Packer 
Shipper 



California and Arizona 

LETTUCE 

CELERY 



main office 
Post Office Box 548 
Salinas, California 



June-July 19^8 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 

DIRECTORY 



Page 1 



Featured in This Issue 



The Study of Criminology 3 

First Aid Examination Questions 5 

Promotional Examination Queries and Answers . . 9 

New Courthouse and Jail for Eureka 11 

2700 Aggregate Shooting Results 13 

Edgar Hoover On Juvenile Crime 19 

Look Out for the Bees 20 

Oakland Pistol Matches 21 

1958 State Fair Details 25 

Safet)' Patrol's Excellent Record 27 

Lo, the Poor Indian 31 

Evolution of California Prisons 33 



The Editor is always pleased to consider articles suitable for publication. Con- 
tributions should preferably be typewritten, but where this is not possible, copy 
should be clearly written. Contributions may be signed with a "nom de plume." 
but all articles must bear the name and address of the sender, which will be 
treated with the strictest confidence. The Editor will also be pleased to consider 
photographs of officers and of interesting events. Letters should be addressed to 
the Editor. 



SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 
Hall of Justice, Kearny and Washington Streets 

Telephone SUtter 1-2020 
Radio Short Wave Call KMA-438 



Mayor, Hon. George Christopher 



POLICE COMMISSIONERS 

Regular Meetings Tuesday, 2:00 p.m., Hall of Justice 

Paul A. Bissinger, President Davis & Pacific Ave. 

Thomas J. Mellon 390 First Street 

Harold R. McKinnon Mills Tower 

Sergeant William J. O'Brien, Secretary 
Room 104, Hall of Justice 



CHIEF OF POLICE Francis J. Ahern 

DEPUTY CHIEF OF POLICE Thomas J. Cahill 

Chief of Inspectors Daniel McKlem 

Director of Traffic Daniel Kielv 

Dept. Sec'y Sgt. John Butler Hall of Justice 

DISTRICT CAPTAINS 

Central — Charles Borland 635 Washington Street 

Southern — August G. Steffen Fourth and Clara Streets 

Mission — -John Engler 1240 Valencia Street 

Northern — Harry Nelson 94l Ellis Street 

Richmond — Walter S. Ames 451 Sixth Avenue 

Ingleside — Arthur Williams Balboa Park 

Taraval — Thomas Flanagan 2348 Twenty-fourth Avenue 

Potrero — Edward Greene 2300 Third Street 

Golden Gate Park — Ted J. Terlau Stanyan opp. Waller 

Traffic — Ralph Olstad Hall of Justice 

City Prison — Lt. Walter Thompson Hall of Justice 

Bureau of Inspectors — Lt. Daniel J. QuiNLAN..Hall of Justice 

Director — Bur. of Personnel — John MEEHAN....Hall of Justice 

Director of Criminology — 

Leonard Wiebe (Acting) '. Hall of Justice 

Director — Bureau of Special Services — 

Captain Cornelius P. Murphy Hall of Justice 

Director of Juvenile Bureau — 

William Hanrahan Hall of Justice 

Director — Bureau of Criminal Information — 

Lt. Edward Comber Hall of Justice 

Inspector of Schools Traffic Control — 
Inspector Thomas B. Tracy Hall of Justice 

Supervising Captain of Districts — 

Philip Kiely Hall of Justice 

Chinatown Detail — Lt. H. C. Atkinson Hall of Justice 

Range Master — Robert Abernethy... Pistol Range, Lake Merced 



When In Trouble Call SUttCY 1-2020 

WhCYl iTl UOUbt Always at Your Service 



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JIM WATKINS 
COMPANY 

CAULIFLOWER 

Growers and Shippers 

— BRANDS — 

Just - Up - Trim - Rite 



Phone 4-6325 
P. O. Box 838 

Watsonville, Calif. 



Sands' Camera Shop 
Don Santis 



Parkway 4-9770 

445 Main Street 
Watsonville, Calif. 



JOHNNY'S 

Bar-B-Q Sandwiches 

Hamburgers — French Fries 

Steak Sandwiches and Shakes 

Fresh Cider, Ten Cents 



1790 East Lake 
Watsonville, Calif. 



MEDFORD'S 
Pay Less Gas 

// We Can't Save You Money — 

We Don't Want Your Business 

Everything From Soup to Nuts 

for Your Auto 

PA 4-9965 

2418 Freedom Blvd. 
Watsonville, Calif. 



Fred L. Wight 

Phone 4-4105 

601 East Lake Avenue 

Watsonville, Calif. 



eat here and diet home 
MARY'S 

Mexican Food 

ENCHILADAS - TAMALES 

TACOS - DINNERS 

Orders to Take Out 

John & Angela Zuniga 

Phone 4-5788 

1047 Main Street 
Watsonville, Calif. 



T. H. Rosewall 

General Contractor 
Telephone 4-3843 

47 West Lake Avenue 
Watsonville, Calif. 



J. J. Crosetti Co. 
Golden Rule Brand 

Growers — Packers 
Shippers of 

FRUITS AND 

VEGETABLES 



P. O. Box 230 

Watsonville, Calif. 



Jay's Union Service 

Phone 4-7600 

676 East Lake Avenue 

Watsonville, Calif. 



Clark and Clark 

Contractors 

House Movers — Sanitation Div. 



Phone PA 2-3361 

250 First Street 
Watsonville, Calif. 



"Efficient Police 

Make a Land of 

Peace" 

(Established 1922) 




±51 PEACE OFFICERS* 




The Magazine 

Peace Officers 

Read 

(Trade Mark Copyright) 



Vol. XXVIII 



JUNE -JULY, ly-ss 



No. 10 



THE STUDY OF CRIMINOLOGY 

The Journal takes pleasure in presenting a comprehensive presentation of a Criminology Program provided for those desir- 
ing training for a study of law or social welfare or who desire to fit themselves for law enforcement positions. This is the first of 
two articles prepared for the Journal by Morris Grodsky, Instructor in Criminology and Fred F. I'itEgerald, Chairman of the 
Department of Criminology at the Cit)' College of San Francisco. The College is a pioneer in this study which it has conducted 
quietly but efficiently for the last decade. The first of two articles follows: 

The City College of San Francisco is an 
institution of higher learning offering two- 
year, tuition-free, study programs designed 
to meet the needs of its students and of 
the community. One of these programs 
which has been quietly performing this 
designated function for more than a dec- 
ade is the Criminology program. During 
this period of time, it has met the needs of 
more than a thousand students by prepar- 
ing them for entrance into various areas of 
criminology. It has met the needs of the 
community by contributing a large group 
of sincere, well oriented candidates for 
positions in the field of law enforcement. 
In addition, it also has met the needs of 
men already in the field by providing in- 
formation and skills valuable for advance- 
ment and for more effective performance 
of duty. 

It is of historical interest to note that 
the Criminology Program of City College 
can qualify as a pioneer among two-year 
colleges in its area of training. The course 
was organized in 1939 under the coopera- 
tive sponsorship of the San Francisco Po- 
lice Department, the Civil Service Com- 
mission of San Francisco, and the San 
Francisco Public Schools. Instrumental in 
this early development were William J. 
Quinn, then Chief of Police, William 
Henderson of the Civil Service Commis- 
sion, and Dr. Archie Cloud, then Presi- 
dent of the College. The advent of World 
War II and the subsequent loss of male 
students resulted in a discontinuance of 
the course. In 1947, however, the program 
was reinstituted under the direction of 
Fred F. Fitzgerald, and has been function- 
ing continuously since then. 

Many Objectives 

Questions are often asked of the people 
(Continued on page 4) 




ROLLING AND CLASSIFYING finger prints. Identification Instructor Morris Grodsky 
(white coal) clears up a confusing point for students Frank Mateo (left) and Bill Donohoe. 



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PArkway 4-5118 

Murata Market 

FISH AND GROCERY 
TOFU 

• 

226 bridge street 

Watsonville, Calif. 



Phone FR. 5-9026 

The Cotton Club 

Featuring 

JOHN HENDERSON 

Nightly at the Hammond Organ 

70 PACIFIC 

Monterey, California 



Cupertino Coffee 
Shop 

A Fine Place to Eat 

JIM AND GERTTLE LYMBURNER 

10041 no. highway 9 
Cupertino, California 



C & ] MARKET 

22690 Permanente Road 
Cupertino, California 



in the Criminology Department regarding 
the nature of the courses which are offered 
and regarding the goals of the students 
who are taking the courses. Essentially 
these are questions concerning the objec- 
tive of the program. A summary statement 
indicates that rather than a single objective 
there are many, and that these objectives 
provide the basis" for a broad range of sub- 
ject matter. 

The Criminology Program provides 
training for those who wish to prepare 
themseh'es for la'n' enforcement and cor- 
rectional work; for those who desire a 
background of training in criminology in 
preparation for a study of law or ^social 
welfare; for those who are presently em- 
ployed with a law enforcement or correc- 
tional agency and who wish to prepare for 
advancement in their particular assign- 
ments; and for those who desire an under- 
standing of the crime problem as a tool 
for effective citizenship. 

With the realization that there is no 
single objective, it is understandable that 
there is no single type of student. Those 
in the program vary greatly in background 
and in the goals they seek. A number of 
the students who have completed the 
course go directly into the many agencies 
of law enforcement, correction, and secvir- 
ity. Others continue in similar or related 
programs at state colleges or universities. 
Arts Degree 

The City College offers the Associate of 
Arts Degree for which a minimum of 60 
semester units must be completed. This 
ordinarily will require four semesters or 
two years to accomplish. At least 20 of 
these units must be in the field of crimi- 
nology. Candidates must also maintain an 
a\'erage grade of C for all courses taken in 
(Continued on page 7 ) 

PArkway 4-4195 

B & B FERTILIZER COMPANY 

COMMERCIAL FERTILIZING AND DUSTING 
Liquid Fertilizer - Mixed Fertilizer - Weed Killers 



Insecticides 



Sprays 



Bert Tuana 

Residence Phone: GArden 3-2803 

30 BROOKLYN AVENUE 

WATSONVILLE CALIFORNIA 

Phone: PA. 2-1353 

JOSEPHINE & CARMEN'S PLACE 



219 SAN JUAN ROAD 
WATSONVILLE CALIFORNIA 

Phone PA 4-4392 

RANCHO GRANDE CAFE 

LELA THORNTON 

Free Pickup and Delivery 
143 MAIN STREET 



Boyer Fertilizer 
Service 

Exclusive Manufacturers of 

DU-Gro Brand 

Commercial Fertilizer 
Phone 4-9351 

First and Van Ness 
watsonville, calif. 



The Artichoke Inn 

V. J. CORNAGGIA, Prop. 

Artichoke Croquette 

Served no place else in the World 
ARTICHOKE JOE 

Phone 4-9414 

18 Porter Drive 

WATSONVILLE, CALIF. 



Phone PA 4-0491 

DeRose and Son 

Buyers and Sellers of 

BOXES AND CRATES 

D 

8 FRUITLAND AVENUE 
WATSONVILLE, CALIF. 



WATSONVILLE 



CALIFORNIA 



PA 4-3237 



GA 3-5325 



Harem Rug and 
Upholstery Cleaners 

JOE CRUZ, OWNER 

let us glamorize your 
rugs 

Give Us a Try First! 
Free Estimates 

PICK UP AND DELIVERY 

219 FORD STREET 
WATSONVILLE, CALIF. 



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FIRST AID EXAMINATION QUESTIONS 

In answer to numerous requests from law enforcement oflicers preparing themselves for promotional examinations, the 
Journal presents herein a number of pertinent problems on first aid. The list has been prepared for this magazine by the 
San Francisco Chapter of the American Red Cross, whose courtesy is appreciated. Answers will be found on page 6. 



1. Define First Aid. 

2. In case of serious injury, five things 
should be done. What sequence of 
action should the first aider take? 

3. List urgent first aid where each second 
of delay is important. There are three 
parts to the answer. 

4. What are the objectives of wound 
care? Reply in two parts. 

5. List the four types of wounds. 

6. Describe the location of the two 
points on each side of the body where 
pressure against the blood vessel is of 
occasional practical use. 

7. What is the objective of shock treat- 
ment? 

8. Mark the symptoms of shock. 
( ) eyes lack luster. 

( ) pupils lack luster. 

( ) breathing deep. 

( ) breathing shallow. 

( ) pulse strong. 

( ) pulse weak. 

( ) skin pale, cold, moist. 

( ) skin red, warm, dry. 

9. Mark T (true) or F (false) : 

In shock it is better if victim is 

slightly cool rather than toasting 
warm. 

In shock stimulants such as am- 
monia and coffee have value. 

Hurried first aid are the words 

to associate with poison by mouth. 

A good universal antidote for 

poison consists of a mixture of tea 
and milk of magnesia and burned 
toast. 

One should induce vomiting in 

kerosene poisoning. 

What is the objective of first aid care 

for fractures? 

In giving first aid for burns, what are 

the three main objectives? 

12. What are five heart attack symptoms ? 

13. When the cause of unconsciousness is 
unknown, the first aider may classify 
this into two general groups for pur- 
poses of giving first aid. List the two 
groups. 

14. What are the two objectives of first 
aid care for transporting injured per- 
sonnel. ? 

15. Mark T (true) or F (false) : 

( ) It is advisable to plan for trans- 
portation. 

( ) Injured persons often benefit 
from rest before transfer. 
( ) Harm to victims usually comes 
from lack of planning and prepara- 
tion. 



10 



11 



Fun and Relaxation 

With Cards - Fast 

Action - Lo Ball 

Draw Poker 

FREMONT CLUB 
CASINO AND 
COFFEE SHOP 



Fremont at Del Monte 



Seaside, California 



FR 2-9534 



Pink Lady Cafe 

BERTHA DOUGLAS 



1839 Fremont Street 
Seaside, California 



Phone FR. 2-1425 



PARK -IN MARKET 

MEAT - GROCERIES - LIQUOR 
Frfe Delivery 



TRAILER WARNING 

The California Highway Patrol warns 
that 45 miles per hour is the maximum 
legal speed for vehicles towing trailers on 
public streets and highways. 

"The 45-mile maximum ipeed limit ap- 
plies to all passenger motor vehicles re- 
gardless of weight or commercial motor 
vehicles weighing less than 4,000 pounds 
when towing any trailer coach, trailer, 
semi-trailer, or other type vehicle," stated 
Patrol Commissioners. R. Caldwell. "This 
regulation applies to both owners of trail- 
ers and persons who rent trailers and tow 
them on any roadway. 

"This limit of 45 miles-per-hour is a 
maximum limit, not prima facie, and is 
subject to other and more restrictive limits 
set forth in the Vehicle Code," Caldwell 
explained. "Drivers desiring to draw any 
trailer behind their car should review all 
the rules and regulations regarding such 
action." 



A grand total of 513,939,100 vehicles 
had passed over the San Francisco-Oakland 
Bay Bridge as of April 30, 1958, reports 
the National Automobile Club. 



Il»3 FREMONT BOULEVARD 



FR 5-5665 

A. J. BALLARD 

upholstery 

(Formerly Hentzell's) 

301 Fountain 
Pacific Grove, Calif. 



Ken's Drive -In 
24c Hamburgers 
Breakfast - Lunch 

m 

p. O. Box 83 
Felton, California 



CALIFORNIA 



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GArden 6-3766 

JOE'S PIZZA 

JOE B. PHILLIPS 

BEER ON TAP 

Sandwiches - Hot Dogs 
Hamburgers 

313 Beach Street 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



STICKY WICKET 

Continental Coffees, Iced 

Beverages, Imported Cheeses, 

Draft Beer 

(Domestic and Foreign) 



217 Cathcart Street 
Santa Cruz, California 



Mamboo Gardens 

Leo, Joe & Vic Mandella 

• Dancing 

• Entertainment 

• Cocktails 

523 Beach Street 
Santa Cruz, California 

GArden 6-3585 

A & F 

CHOICE MEATS 

Wholesale & Retail 

AMOS AND FLORENCE COE 

313 Water Street 
Santa Cruz, California 



answers to first 

AID questions 

Problems on Page 5 

(Reference: American Red Cross First Aid 

Handbook, 4th Edition) 

1. First aid is defined as the immediate 
and temporary care given the victim 
of an accident or sudden illness until 
the services of a physician can be ob- 
tained. (Paragraph 1, Page 1.) 

2. a. Give urgent necessary first aid. 

b. Have victim lie down. 

c. Check for injuries. 

d. Plan what to do. 

e. Carry out indicated procedures. 

3. a. Severe bleeding. 

b. Stoppage of breathing. 

c. Poisoning. 

4. a. Protect wound from contamina- 

tion, 
b. Control bleeding. 

5. a. Abrasion; b. Incised; c. Lacerated; 

d. Punctured. 

6. a. Inner half of arm midway between 

elbow and arm pit. 
b. Just below the groin on the front 
inner half of the thigh. 

7. a. To prevent or reduce shock by 

keeping the victim lying down 
and comfortable. 

8. Eyes lack luster; pupils dilated; breath- 
ing shallow; pulse weak; skin pale, 
cold, moist. 

9. T, F, T, T, F. 

10. To keep the broken bone ends and 
the adjacent ends quiet. 

11. a. Treat shock; b. Relieve pain; c. 

Prevent contamination. 

12. a. Shortness of breath; b. Chest pain; 

c. Bluish color of lips/finger nails; 

d. Chronic cough; e. Swelling of 
ankles. 

13. a. Cases requiring artificial respira- 

tion; b. Cases where breathing is 
adequate. 

14. a. To avoid subjecting patient to un- 

necessary disturbance during plan- 
ing, preparation and transfer, 
b. To prevent injured body parts 
from twisting, bending and shak- 
ing. 

15. T, T, T. 



The nation's 77 million licensed motor 
vehicle operators drove an estimated 605 
billion miles during 1956 or approxi- 
mately 7,800 miles each, according to the 
National Automobile Club. 

Motor fuel consumption for the year 
approached 50 billion gallons, nearly 
double what it was 10 years ago. 

Total vehicle miles traveled have in- 
creased from 228 billion in 1935. 

Vacationing motorists covered an esti- 
mated 30 billion vehicle miles this year, 
averaging 1,200 miles a trip. 



Phone: ALpine 2-0465 

Blackberry Farm 
PICNIC - SWIMMING 

ERIC NELSON - JACK PLATO 
• 

21975 San Fernando Avenue 
CUPERTINO, CALIF. 



Kaz's Koffee Kup 

Breakfast - Lunch 



Dinner 



1991 fremont blvd. 
Seaside, California 



Phone FRontier 5-4279 

End O' Lane Stables 

Boarding and Training 

Rollin Wilson, Trainer and Mgr. 

(The Home for Your Horse) 

Instruction in English Riding 

Horses for Hire . . . Buy and Sell 

Horses 

DAVID AVE. EXTENSION 

P. O. BOX 31 

PACIFIC Grove, Calif. 



FRontier 5-5650 

Carlway Cottage 
Court 

Family Type Accommodations 
Daily and Weekly Rates 

DON E. GARRETT - CHAS. E. CARL 

sinex ave. and asilomar 
Pacific Grove, Calif. 



June-July W^S 



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Page 7 




SAFETY WITH FIREARMS is demonstrated to students at the City College of San Francisco by Fred F. Fitzgerald, chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Criminology. Left to right, Ralph Brown, James Bellerive, Fitzgerald and Frank Williams. 



Study of Criminology 

(ConliiiiieJ jroiii page 4 ) 



the college. In addition, a certificate of 
completion is offered to the more out- 
standing graduates in the Criminology 
Program. 

The criminolog)' courses which are of- 
fered toward the completion of require- 
ments are listed below. 
Name of course and number of units. 

Description of the course. 

Police Photography. (3) 

Basic aspects of photography such as 
exposure, development and printing, 
negative materials, flash and filters. Spe- 
cific camera techniques involved in acci- 
dent and crime photography. 

Crime Causation, Prevention, and Correc- 
tion. (3) 
Orientation survey of the causes of ju- 
venile delinquency and adult crime; 
methods of prevention, and current 
practices in the correctional treatment 
of offenders in institutions and on pro- 
bation and parole. 

Criminal Lttw, Procedure and Evidence. 

Basic principles of the law of crimes, 
criminal procedure, and evidence; the 
enforcement processes of the criminal 
law; the legal relation of the police 
function to the prosecuting function, the 
judicial function, and the administra- 



tion of justice; constitutional limitations 
of the police power. 

Introduction to Criminology. (2) 

An exploratory course for Criminology 
majors. Study of the problems involved 
in the field of law enforcement and cor- 
rections toward qualification, placement, 
and success in the field. Required of all 
majors in the freshman year. 

Police Administration and Planning. (3-3) 
Introduction to the principles of police 
organization and administration; discus- 
sion of police statistics, criminal identi- 
fication and investigation; educational 
methods for combating crime and vice 
and controlling trafiic. 

Traffic Control and Investigation. (3) 
Application of educational, engineer- 
ing, and enforcement methods to traf- 
fic problems; analysis of the problems 
of traflSc flow, parking, and congestion; 
traffic accident investigation, and the 
elements of a sound traffic program. 

Criminal Investigation. (3) 

Fundamental principles involved in the 
investigation of crimes; police organiza- 
tion and procedures for the investiga- 
tion of crimes. 

Personal Identification. (3) 

A study of the methods used in the 

(Continued on page SJ 



Phone GRaystone 5-4521 

Modern Furniture 
Factory 

SCOTT-ATWATER MOTORS 
Boats - Trailers - Marine Hard- 
ware - Cabinets ■ Mill Work 

Builders' Hardware 
Kenneth R. Ronk - Calvin Domries 

2724 soquel avenue 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



OLD TERRACE FOUNTAIN 

Dorothy Blanchard, Ouner 

1944 FREMONT BOULEVARD 
SEASIDE CALIFORNIA 



VICTORY CLUB 



Mary and Do.n Kessler 



1581) DEL MONTE BOULEVARD 
SEASIDE CALIFORNIA 



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identification of persons,, living and 
dead; fingerprint classification, Bertil- 
lonage, sight recognition, portrait park, 
and other devices for identification. 

Police Procedure. (5) 

The investigation of patrol methods, 
surveys of police methods, development 
of plans and procedures as applied in 
law enforcement. 

Physical Evidence. (4) 

The inter-relations of the law enforce- 
ment officer and the crime detection lab- 
oratory. Illustrations of physical evi- 
dence from actual crime situations with 
emphasis on the role of criminalistics 
from the standpoint of the investigating 
officer. Laboratory problems and proj- 
ects for special interest. 

Administration of Records Bureaus and 
Report Writing. (2) 
Value, use, and need for records; survey 
of records division, complaint records, 
arrest and disposition records, property 
records, personal identification records, 
general index, administrative records, 
report writing and reporting regulations. 

Police Laboratory Problems. (2) 

Critical examination of assigned cases 
on individual and group basis; applica- 
tion of laboratory techniques employed 
by police departments in the analysis of 
evidence submitted to them. 

Law Enforcement Field Problems. (3-3-3) 
Individual experience on the Campus 
Police Department or other law enforce- 
ment agency. Qualification test on the 
San Francisco Police Department Pistol 
Range. Students must meet requirements 
for police agencies. 

Elementary Gunnery. (1) 

Legal aspects of the use of firearms, 
safety precautions, nomenclature, and 
use of the handgun, target shooting on 
out of county pistol ranges. 

Advanced Gunnery. (1) 

Gunnery especially adapted to practical 
police problems. 

(Continued in next issue) 



UNITED HEALTH 
STUDIOS FOR MEN 

Health - Strength ■ Vitality 

FIGURETTE FOR 
WOMEN 

Beauty - Slenderizing - Health 
Vitality 

1017 pacific avenue 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 



GArden 6-3435 



The White Sewing 
Center 



1008 Pacific Avenue 
Santa Cruz, California 



GArden 6-2800 

Hotel Casa Del Rey 

300 Rooms 

At the Beach 

• 

Santa Cruz, Californly 



Jack's Highland 
Texaco 

Corner Mission and Highland Streets 



Santa Cruz, Calif. 



FLOYD AND LAURA 
WELCOME YOU AT 

THE HARBOR INN 



MOSS LANDING 



CAUFORNLA 



NEwton 3-9965 

MIKE'S 

MiKB Bellone - Mike - W - Bellonb 

P. O. BOX 417 
CASTROVILLE CALIFORNIA 



CALIFORNIA TOWNS CITED 

Nine states and 108 cities have been 
honored by the International Association 
of Chiefs of Police for police traffic super- 
vision activity in 1957. 

Two states, California and North Caro- 
lina, and 53 cities receive outstanding 
achievement awards and seven states and 
55 cities, get certificates of achievement. 

Outstanding achievement awards are 
based on performance evaluations of 90 
per cent or higher for states and 85 per 
cent or higher for cities, as rated in the 
police traffic supervision section of the An- 
nual Inventory of Traffic Safety Activities. 
California cities singled out for honors 
are: Los Angeles, San Diego, Oakland, 
Berkeley, San Jose, Sacramento, Pasadena, 
Santa Monica, Hayward, Burbank, Ingle- 
wood, Richmond, Pomona, Palo Alto, Val- 
lejo, Santa Cruz and Lodi. 

Certificates of achievement are given on 
the basis of 85 to 90 per cent performance 
evaluations for states and on 80 to 85 per 
cent for cities. 

The Annual Inventory of Traffic Safety 
Activities is administered by the National 
Safety Council. The police traffic section 
of the Inventory is under the policy super- 
vision of the International Association of 
Chiefs of Police. Achievement awards 
based on overall traffic programs of states 
and cities were announced earlier by the 
National Safety Council. 



Paul A. Mariani Co. 

• 
Grower, Processor 

and Packer of 

READY TO EAT 

Fresh and Dried 

Fruits 
Mariani Brand 

• 
10930 N. Saratoga- 
Sunnyvale Road 
Cupertino, Calif. 



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POLICE AND PrACH OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



P4ge 9 



HELPFUL QUESTIONS FOR EXAMINATIONS 



Herein is contained another of a series of questions and answers pertinent to Police training and helpful in promotional 
examinations. These questions and answers are supplied to the Journal, as a service to law enforcement officers through- 
out the state, by E. D. Kerkhoven, director of the Peace Officer Training Service in Oakland. The questions are selected to 
test the reader's knowledge of various phases of law enforcement. Each question has a number of suggested answers, 
labeled 1, 2, 3, etc. You decide which is the best answer to the question asked and then encircle the number. When you 
have completed the test, compare your answers with the KEY on page 12. 



1. You are called on the complaint that 
a woman in an apartment goes on ram- 
pages in which she sings wildly and 
breaks up the furniture. It appears that she 
doesn't drink and when you meet the 
lady she immediately l.iunihcs into a fan- 
tastic and elaborate plan for reform of 
the polite department. You should con- 
clude that: (1) The woman is hysterical 
and should be left alone; (2) Her actions 
grow out of some severe form of domes- 
tic discord; (3) She is probably a cise of 
paranoia; (4) She will be likely to com- 
mit some criminal act; (5) She is prob- 
ably a manic depressive case and would 
be reported to the psychopathic division 
for observation. 

2. In order to compare the relative effi- 
ciency of the patrol division of a police 
department by means of crime indices in 
their respective divisions it would be most 
desirable to consider in addition their 
relative: (I) Areas; (2) Crime rates; (3) 
Work loads; (4) Arrest records; (5) 
Traffic problems. 

3. The efficiency of a beat patrolman 
can best be measured by comparing his 
record with that: (1) Of other patrol- 
men on other beats; (2) Of other patrol- 
men on the same beat on different watches; 
(4) Which would be expected on the 
beat in view of an analysis of past records 

Phone ALpine 3-0243 

VERNA JEWELERS 

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TIME ^ OUR WATCH 

10 CO 6:30 Monday thru Friday — Saturday till 9 

10033 MANN DRIVE 

MONTA VISTA CALIFORNIA 

Meet Your Vrhnds Here 

MARY'S PLACE 

BEER - WINE • SANDWICHES 

QUIET AND KESTFUL 



BOX 13 



CASTROVILLE 



SANTA CRUZ MARKET 

August and Lorraine Canepa 



2U CALIFORNIA AVENUE 
SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 



and current trends; (5) Which would re- 
flect an ideal performance on the beat. 

4. The efficiency of a juvenile officer 
is best measured by; (1) "The amount of 
delinquency in his district; (2) Relative 
amount of delintjutncy in. his district as 
compared to other districts; (3) Ratio of 
juvenile detentions to juvenile complaints; 
(4) General trend of all crime in his dis- 
trict over a period of years; (5) Analysis 
of dispositions of individual cases he has 
handled. 

^ . The best method of comparing com- 
manding officers of the same rank on the 
basis of the discipline they maintain is to 
note in each case the: (1) Number of 
punishments imposed; (2) Number of 



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Pizza Parlor and Pub 
HAVE PIZZA WILL TRAVEL 
R. Edmiston — H. Hendrickson 

Pho)ie ELgato 4-1923 

430 N. Santa Cruz Ave. 
Los Gatos, California 



WINIFRED POWERS 

LAUNDROMAT ■ DRV CLEANING 

538 SEABRIGHT 
SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 



PAT'S UPHOLSTERY 

Viirnilitre Re-Slyleii jnd Built to Order 

Phone 2-3958 
719 WILLIAMS ROAD 



CALIFORNIA SALINAS 



CALIFORNIA 



CAFE 

Raymond and Frances Waltrip 

739 SOUTH SANBORN ROAD 
SALINAS CALIFORNIA 



disciplinary cases which reach the person- 
nel bureau; (3) Nature of their personal 
relationsships with the men; (4) The de- 
gree to which rules and regulations are 
observed; (5) Amount of friction in their 
respective divisions. 

6. Of the following the best way to 
determine the degree of cooperation be- 
tween the records bureau and line officers 
would be: (1) Ask the opinion of a 
sampling of line officers; (2) Ask the 
opinion of the records bureau personnel; 
(3) Check the number of complaints of 
line officers against the bureau and vice 
versa; (4) Check, through case records, 
the number of times records were used as 
against the number of times they should 
have been used; (5) Send out a question- 
naire to determine the officer's attitude 
toward and knowledge of the bureau. 

7. The desirabliity of having a special 
detail for a certain type of enforcement 
might best be measured in terms of the; 
( 1 ) Effect on the particular type of crime 

(Continued on page 10) 



California 
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June-July 1958 



which it is concerned; (2) Effect of this 
arrangement on the general crime rate; 
(3) Efficiency of other types of enforce- 
ment for the same type of crime; (4) Rel- 
ative importance of the type of crime in- 
volved; (5) Effect on public opinion of 
this type of enforcement. 

8. The best measure of public opinion 
of the police department may be obtained 
by: (1) Noting the tone of an adequate 
sample of newspaper articles; (2) Keep- 
ing a check on the number of complaints 
and comments of police work which come 
in; (3) The daily contacts of uniformed 
police officers with the public; (4) The 
observation of plain clothes men making 
a controlled check; (5) Degree to which 
the civil population voluntarily cooperate 
with the police department in the per- 
formance of their duty. 

9. In order to determine whether motor 
patrol is superior to foot patrol, for a 
certain area, it would be best to compare 
the two systems on the basis of: (1) 
Crime indices disregarding the number 
of officers (2) The amount of time per 
officers spent in actual performance of 
police work; (3) The number of officers 
required to cover the area a certain num- 
ber of times (4) The total number of ar- 
rests per officer; (5) The cost in officers 
and equipment required to achieve a cer- 
tain level of enforcement. 

10. The best measure of the results of 
a formal training program are : ( 1 ) Final 
test scores received; (2) Differences in 
performance of duty between officers who 
took the course and those who did not; 
(3) Grades the officers trained make in 
their next promotional examination; (4) 
Differences in performance of duty of the 
officers trained before and after training; 
( 5 ) The consensus of opinion of the train- 
ing officers. 



WHAT SPEED IS SAFE? 



TRAIN - CAR CRASHES 

Train-car crashes killed 1,330 persons 
in the United States during 1937, accord- 
ing to the National Automobile Club. 

LOS GATOS WASMETTE 

Phone EL 4-4361 

467 NORTH SANTA CRUZ AVENUE 

LOS GATOS CALIFORNIA 

GIBBS TEXACO SERVICE 

TUNE-UP • EXPERT LUBRICATION • TIRES 

BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES 

Free Pick-Up Service 

Telephone ESsEX 7-9963 

14495 SAN JOSE-LOS GATOS ROAD 

LOS GATOS CALIFORNIA 



There is much misunderstanding about 
what is a safe speed to drive on the high- 
way. Most drivers are not qualilied to 
drive over 40 to 50 miles per hour on dry 
roads. This may sound like a radical state- 
ment but we are convinced that it is true. 
An increase in speed from around 50 
miles per hour on the average to around 
58 miles per hour in the State of Iowa has 
been accompanied by an increase of about 
25 per cent fatalities. Some drivers can 
possibly drive at this rate but it takes ex- 
treme caution .and good judgment to do 
so. At least 95 per cent of drivers should 
keep their speed down well around 50 
miles per hour if they expect to stay out 
of serious accidents. 

The trouble usually comes at emergency 
points when a driver attempts to pass at a 
dangerous place, or move through stop 
lights or stop signs at too high a rate. These 
practices cause him to spend more time on 
the wrong side of the road, every second 
of which is dangerous. 



Coast Counties Land 
Title Co. 

L. L. Dewar 
Executive Vice President 



MONTEREY 
SALINAS 



Telephone FRontier 2-3716 

GENERAL EQUIPMENT CO. 

SALES - RENTALS - EQUIPMENT 

830 DEL MONTE BOULEVARD 
SEASIDE CALIFORNIA 

Phone FR. 2-9782 

PASTIME CLUB 

Jack and LeRoy 
BEER - POOL - POKER 

1267 FREMONT BOULEVARD 
SEASIDE CALIFORNIA 

Phone FR. 5-6422 

SEASIDE SURPLUS 

1601 DEL MONTE, CORNER BROADWAY 
SEASIDE CALIFORNIA 



Another item that should be considered 
is following distance. According to some [ 
state laws it is permissible to follow at a i 
distance twice the car length for each. 10 I 
miles per hour of speed. This is extremely 
dangerous at speeds 40 to 60 miles per 
hour. The reason is that the stopping dis- 
tance increases as the square of the speed. 
Laws should be changeci which are worded 
so as to encourage rather than discourage 
hazardous practices. . . . Driving Research 
Laboratory, Iowa State College, Ames, 
Iowa. 



Since trout usually lie in water with 
their heads facing the current, bait drifting 
down on them appears natural, point out 
the National Automobile Club. 



The New "Place to Go!" 

Tom's Freeze King 

Teenagers Welcome 

Delicious Food at 
Low Prices 

See You There 
260 Tyler Street 

Monterey, Californla 



CLARENCE HAPPY DAY 

227 NORTH MONTEREY STREET 
GILROY CALIFORNIA 

SAN MARTIN INN 

Manuel and John, Owners 



SAN MARTIN 



CALIFORNIA 



Phone VInewood 2-3400 

GILROY EQUIPMENT REPAIR CO. 

Commercial and Industrial 

TRUCKS - CONTRACTORS' EQUIPMENT 

TRACTORS 

Repairing • Welding - Painting 

Don Carlyle and Ernest Hazelrigg 



DEE'S DONUT SHOP 

287 DEL MONTE AVENUE 
MONTEREY CALIFORNIA 



June-July 1938 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 11 



NEW JAIL FOR EUREKA 



Humboldt Count)- will have a new S3,- 
330,000 courthouse and jail located in 
Eureka, California, by October, 1959. 
Ground was broken and construction was 
begun in May. 

One out-of-the-ordinary feature of the 
building is that there will be law enforce- 
ment and jail facilities for both the county 
of Humboldt and the City of Eureka, The 
county jail space will accommodate 285 
inmates, while the city holding jail and 
police facility will have a capacity of 40 
inmates. 

Public main entrance to sheriff and po- 
lice law enforcement areas (which can 
operate entirely separately from the court- 
house proper) is open 24 hours a day. 

Other mutually used facilities shared 
by sheriff's and police departments are an 
8-station pistol range with classroom for 
juvenile instruction, reloading, etc.; a 
separate garage with prisoner intake sal- 

YAMATO CAFE 

SAKE — BEER 

tjapanest Foods — Sukiyaki — Tempurit 
430 WASHINGTON 
MONTEREY CALIFORNIA 



G. M. AUSLAND 



YO 7-9766 
L 3083 

11 East Bayshore 
Mountain View, Calif. 



Phone HA. 4-7120 



Tiny's Waffle Shop 

The Best Coffee in Town 
Open 24 Hours 



153 Main Street 
Salinas, California 



ley-port, radio rc|\iir shop and bicycle 
storage; and a gymnasium. Also mutually 
used arc the segregated prisoner categories 
of female and juvenile, as well as food 
preparation facilities. 

TV Monitor Installed 

A closed circuit television system mon- 
itoring the basement salley-port from the 
police and sheriffs control desk is also 
provided for. 

There will be two separate basement 
garages: One for law enforcement vehi- 
cles and one for service and county vehi- 
cles. Garages are planned for future ex- 
pansion by tunnel under the street to the 
basement of a future county building op- 
posite. 

A county bond issue of $3-million to- 
gether with the City of Eureka's pro-rata 
share of $300,000 is financing the joint 
project. 

The new courthouse will have another 
unique feature: a radiation-proof room 
locateii underground which will house the 
nerve-center communications headquarters 
of the Civil Defense Agency. This is the 
first such center in the state. It is so de- 
signed as to relate effectively to the ad- 
jacent city and county operations and has 
available to it the two garage spaces as 
mass public shelter. 



A Good Place to Drink and Eat 

Blue Spruce Cafe 

Paula's 24-Hour Truck Stop 
Free Coffee to Truckers 



P. O. Box 63 

south monterey hiway 
Morgan Hill, Calif. 



San Martin Food 
Market 

Sylvia Oldafridi 

P. O. Box 174 

Depot Street 

San Martin, Calif. 



In the courthouse, too, will be county 
administrative and fiscal offices, court- 
rcwms and judicial departments, the coun- 
ty library, school department, etc., as well 
as a large employees' lounge and lunch 
room. 

The construction of the Humboldt 
County Courthouse will be reinforced con- 
crete, five stories and basement with three 
elevators. 

Maximum Flexibility 

Office areas will be practically free of 
permanent interior walls. Rather, there 
will be movable partitions to give maxi- 
mum flexibility and changeability to the 
areas. This is possible because of a co- 
ordinated mechanical-electrical underfloor 
and ceiling system. 

Office windows will have aluminum 
sash which can be washed from the inside. 
Jail windows will be glass block set into 
a hidden security steel grid. 

The structure, designed by Mitchell 
Van Bourg and Associates of Berkeley, 
California, is planned for the future addi- 
tion of a sixth floor for which wall col- 
umns and roof beams are to be built now 
to surround a roof exercise deck for pris- 
oners. 

The contractor on the project is the 
Dinwiddie Construction Company of San 
Francisco. 

Mr. Van Bourg is a member of the 
American Institute of Architects and has 
worked on the Stanislaus County Jail, the 
Santa Clara County Jail, both completed, 
as well as current studies for Napa Coun- 
ty Jail and numerous juvenile detention 
facilities. 

GALE'S TEXACO SERVICE 



620 NORTH SAN JOSELOS GATOS ROAD 
CAMPBELL CALIFORNIA 



Alpine Motel & 
Trailer Court 

Otto and Louise Wirth 



Morgan Hill, Calif. 



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June- July 19^8 



Pete's Texaco 
Service 

S & H Green Stamps 

TIRES • TUBES • BATTERIES 

Wheel Balancing — Brake 

Repairing 

Phone 9-4929 

101 Highway, 1 Mile 
South of Morgan Hill 



21-MILE HOUSE 

BREAKFAST - LUNCH - DINNERS 
Ouaer . . . Tony 

Open 24 Hours 

SOUTH ON 101 HIGHWAY 
MORGAN HILL CALIFORNIA 

WANDER INN 

COCKTAILS AND LIQUORS 

Joe and Maggie Delucchi 

Beautiful Marine View Illuminated at Night 

Phone EL 90601 

One-Half Mile South of Rockaway 

PEDRO VALLEY BEACH, CALIFORNIA 

FRED & WARREN'S SERVICE 

MOTOR AND BRAKE SERVICE 
FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY 

FLANDERS 5-9930 
2095 COAST HIGHWAY 



VALLEMAR 



CALIFORNIA 



J. G. HICKS 
The Tomato Man 

GENERAL DELIVERY 
ROCKAWAY BEACH CALIFORNIA 



PURITY STORES 

Serving You and Your Family in 
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA 

LOWER PRICES 
WIDER VARIETY 
BETTER QUALITY 

Your Total Food Bill Is Less at 




KEY TO TEST 
ON PAGE 9 



WANT A JOB? 

An examination is now open for filling 
Correctional Officer positions at Federal 
penal and correctional institutions, the 
United States Civil Service Commission 
announces. Male correctional officers are 
needed at various locations throughout the 
United States and Alaska; women are em- 
ployed only at Alderson, West Virginia, 
Los Angeles, California, and Anchorage, 
Alaska. The entrance salary is $4,080 a 
year. 

To qualify, applicants must pass a writ- 
ten test and must have had appropriate 
experience which required dealing effec- 
tively with individuals or groups of per- 
sons. Appropriate education may be substi- 
tuted for experience. 

Full information and application forms 
may be obtained at many post offices 
throughout the country, or from the U. S. 
Civil Service Commission, Washington 25, 
D. C. Applications will be accepted by the 
Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners, 
United States Penitentiary, Leavenworth, 
Kansas, until further notice. 



Tip-Top Furnace Cleaning Co. 

A Clean Heating System Is: 

HEALTHIER — ECONOMICAL — SAFER 

Thermostatic Controls Checked 

JUnipet 4-4437 
354 VICTORIA STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



HAVE YOUR OWN 

SWIMMING POOL 

Custom Marble Finish Pools 

$2400 Includes Filtering System 

Also 

• Repairing • Plastering 

ATLAS POOLS 

EMerson 8-2578 or 8-5791 

346 HiLLViEW 

REDWOOD CITY, CALIF. 



SIGN OF PROSPERITY 



Taxable distributions of gasoline and 
other high-test motor vehicle fuel in Cali- 
fornia during April amounted to 423,716,- 
000 gallons, according to George R. Reilly, 
Chairman of the State Board of Equaliza- 
tion. This volume — greater by 7.4 million 
gallons, or 1.8 per cent, than the April 
1957 figure — represents the largest April 
distribution on record. During the first ten 
months of the fiscal year ending June 30, 
1958, taxable sales of gasoline apparently 
kept pace with the State's population 
growth. 

Gross revenues derived from April dis- 
tributions amounted to $25,422,955. Dur- 
ing the month under review. Controller 
Robert C. Kirkwood allowed claims for 
$1,681,588, arising from the purchase of 
slightly more than 28 million gallons of 
high-test fuel for non-highway use on 
which the 6-cent gasoline tax had been 
paid. The remaining $23,741,367 will be 
used to extend, improve, and maintain 
California's outstanding network of state 
highways, county roads, and city streets. 
It is estimated that these facilities are pres- 
ently serving about 5,575,000 automobiles. 
790,000 trucks, and 45,000 motorcycles of 
California registry and additional hun- 
dreds of thousands of out-of-state vehicles. 

Not included in the above figures are 
more than 95 million gallons of fuel dis- 
tributed in April that were not subject to 
the 6-cent tax. Making up this total were 
more than 35 million gallons of fuel ex- 
ported from the State, more than 23 mil- 
lion gallons delivered to the Armed Forces 
for use in military air and water craft, al- 
most 15 million gallons consumed by air- 
craft manufacturers and certificated air 
lines which are licensed as fuel distribu- 
tors, and nearly 22 million gallons used 
for other non-highway purposes. 

MAKE ALLOWANCES 

Even if you are a good driver there are 
others out on the highway that are not, 
reminds the California State Automobile 
Association. Be prepared to make allow- 
ances for mistakes of other drivers. 



HENRY TRIANO 

Cement Contractor 



EMerson 6-2552 

102 Jeter Street 
Redwood City, Calif. 



fuiie-ful) 19^8 



POLICi; AND PEACH OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 13 



2700 AGGREGATE MATCHES 



Just in case you have forgotten, let me 
quickly brief you on the Oakland 2700 
aggregate matches. These were started 
three years ago and ha\c proved very pop- 
ular, drawing shooters from all parts of 
the state. This is the Western Revolver 
Association Match, sponsored by the Oak- 
land Pistol Club and is an NRA approved 
tournament. The matches ran for two 
days, Saturday and Sunday, June 7 and 8. 
(Confidentially, I missed my cue some- 
where along the line and showed up at 
the range on June 1 — just a week too 
early. Eager beaver me!) 

Then came a big beef when many new 
shooters had no classifications and had to 
shoot "Expert " for the first 160 shots and 
380 shots above that for Master Shooting 
But the office gang soon had the beefing 
competitors well in hand and I know of 
only one shooter who wouldn't take the 
expert class. He went home. There were 
seven matches Saturday, including the 
team matches, eight on Sunday and five 
aggregate matches. The top aggregate 
match was won by Bob Chow, the shoot- 
ing gunsmith from San Francisco with a 
total score of 2589. 

The medals and trophies were real out- 
standing and well worth the winning. 

That Pizza Pie 

The gals in the statistical office were 
sure on the ball for the two days shoot and 
it wasn't until late Sunday night, by the 
light of the moon, when the final tabula- 
tion was tabulated. But as everyone had 
gone home it wasn't any use to put the 
results on the bulletin board — besides it 
was still raining. During the day the said 
gals were loading up on soda pop and 
pizza pie and it's our hunch the pizza pie 
slowed the crew down considerable. Any- 
how, it was a tuff assignment and very 
well done. 

During the two-day shoot there were 
some 230 pistoleers on the lines with Sat- 



B) J. Ross DUNNIGAN 




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urday a nice clear day. But Sunday the 
boys were shooting in a drizzle that occa- 
sionally turned into rain, thus giving the 
boys plenty of alibis for poor shooting. 
But after the wetness dried up. Bob Chow 
took home the top aggregate prize for the 
best shooter. In second place was Milt 



McCammon & 
Wunderlich 

• 

2555 PULGAS 

East Palo Alto, Calif. 



Klipfel of the Highway Patrol Team, with 
a score of 2574 and following in third 
place was Matt Pimentel with a 2553. Sat- 
urday matches were won by Milt Klipfcl 
with the top score, with a ,45 cannon, for 
an 857 while Bob Chow took the .22 ag- 
gregate with an 879 and the center-fire 
aggregate went again to Chow with a 1736. 

Match Well Run 

As usual, the matches were run off as 
slick as a whistle and from what I gather 
from the grapevine, the crowd as a whole 



CYpress 3-2636 

Brehm Bros. 

Garage and Tow Service 

Fred Goudy, Jr. 

Wm. B. Adamson 

TOWING - STORAGE 
We Never Close 

Fourth at San Fernando 

San Jose, California 



AXminster 6-4336 

Coast Moulding 
Co. 

Fences :-: Redwood 

All Types of Redwood Fencing 

1453 clay street 
Santa Clara, Calif. 



Little Jo's Cafe 

A Fine Place to Eat 

• 

198 W. Julian St. 
San Jose, California 



MERNER'S 

Lumber - Hardware 

MID PENINSULA'S 

Building Material Shopping 

Center 

DA 4-4744 

795 El Camino Real 
Palo Alto, Calif. 



Sainte Claire 
Laundry 

Established in 1894 
Cash and Carry 15% Off 

Phone 
AXminster 6-5035 

867 sherman street 
Santa Clara, Calif. 



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]uiie-]uly 19^8 



Compliments of 
B. C. CARLTON 

Builder 



109 El Carmelo Ave. 
Palo Alto, Calif. 



Manuel's Produce 



Phone AN 9-5260 

2332 Lincoln Avenue 
San Jose, California 



Lincoln Glen 
Market 

Groceries — Meats 
Ralph Pricket 
Blue Chip Stamps 

Lots of Easy Parking All 
Around the Store 

2249 Lincoln Avenue 
San Jose, California 



were well pleased and wishing they could 
have a 2700 twice a year. 

There were 16 matches, including three 
aggregates and each class has now been 
divided into the "pro" group and the reg- 
ular but in order to save space and wear 
and tear on the eyes I am only setting 
down the top shooter in each division and 
as it is, it's a lengthy tabulation. 

The team matches were a spirited affair 
with many side bets being made but I do 
not know how they came out or whether 
anyone really collected. I do know that the 
California Highway Patrol team won the 
.22 caliber and the center-fire caliber tro- 
phies while the S. F. Police Team #2 
waltzed away with the .45 team njatch. 
The scores, respectively, were 1150, 1127 
and 1127. 

On Honeymoon 

So one of the Oakland Club, Bill Davis 
by name, gets hisself married and for his 
honeymoon hies the bride to the matches 
at San Diego. This was all a deep, dark 
secret because he was afraid someone 
would have asked to go along with him — 
just for the ride down, yuh know! 

And at the San Diego Regionals, the 
California Hiway Patrol team won the .38 
National team match. Then Bob Thomas 
shoots a nice slow fire in another match 
with a 99 and from then on he might just 
as well have been at Santa Anita — if'n 
they were running. 

I heard the official referee complaining 
that he was doggone tired of straightening 
out beefs between shooters who had the 
extremely bad habit of shooting on any 
target but their own. 

Col. Englehart says it is always a good 
idea to see that the shooting tools are in 
operable order the night before the 
matches so there will be no chance for 
misfires and the other odd happenings 
that befall a shooter. Accordingly, he takes 
out the .45 cannon, pulls back the slide 
and whamo ! ! A nice hole thru the front 
room rug. Another pull back on the slide 
produces the same result. So now the Mrs. 

Phone CYpress 2-6158 

THE NEW 

PURPLE SAGE MOTEL 

The Reeds, Managers 

12920 SOUTH FIRST - 101 HIWAY 
SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA 



Pho 



REgent 9-9578 - 9-9579 



PARISH EGG BASKET 

TONY PARISH 

LOCAL FARM - FRESH RANCH EGGS 

Wholesale Only 

20400 CRESCENT DRIVE 

SUNNYVALE CALIFORNIA 



TRUE DRIVE-IN 
DRY CLEANERS 

and 
SHIRT LAUNDRY 

IN AT 9:00 
OUT AT 5:00 

One-Day Service 



282 So. Montgomery 
San Jose, Calif. 



Half Moon Pizza 
Parlor 

Breakfast - Lunch 
Dinner 

Bring the Family 
Orders to Take Out 

1113 willow street 
San Jose California 



Phone CYpress 5-9795 

EL REBOSO 

El Mejor Lugar 

Para Comer 

Mexican and American Food 

espi, prop. 

118 east santa clara 
San Jose Californl\ 



June- July 19 "Hi 



POLICK AND PHACi; OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 15 




GUARDING TllLIK LOOT arc the boys of the 12th Coast Guard Pistol Team. They've been doing a lot of shooting around the country 
and recently just missed first in the Expert Class team match. They are, left to right: Gordon Anderson, Bill Edison, Team Captain Fred- 
riksen, Hal Olson, Stan Hulstrom and R. L. Brown. — Photo by Melbol. 



has a two-hole ru^! By that time the colo- 
nel realizes that he darn thing must be 
loaded so he looked (but not down the 
barrel) and — well, you guessed it. It 
was! ! 

Slows Him Up 
Now Spike, the range keeper, is having 
a fit because that new (1897 vintage) 
cash register is too darn big and slow to 
do any efficient work. Spike claims that by 
the time he presses down a key he can load 
three shells before the drawer opens. Then 
he had to walk from one end of the room 
to the other to get to the both ends of the 

THE FEED BAG 

CHINESE AMERICAN FOOD 

Authentic Pekhig-Shtinghui Dishes 

SPECIAL PARTY RATES 

Phone Yorkshire 8-1118 
1711 EL CAMINO REAL 



huge drawer and all for changing a lousy 
dime. Maybe when things get better and 
the club shows a profit they will get Spike 
a more modern register. 

And maybe they are getting more in the 
black (ink, I mean) as the ground has 



MOUNTAIN VIEW 



CALIFORNIA 



REgent 6-2630 

BIKE SHOP! 

The Only Fully Stocked, Com- 
pletely Adequate Bicycle Sales and 
Service Shop in Sunnyvale! 

Walt's Bike and 
Wheel Shop 

"Across From Slate Market" 
299 East Washington 

Sunnyvale, California 



been broken for a new building on top of 
the hill south of the range where a mod- 
ern Clubhouse will be built, and I'm told, 
will cost about $50,000. (Maybe I heard 
wrong and maybe I didn't.) The room 
would ha\e large windows overlooking 

LESTER NAKANISHI 

CARD ROOM 

CYprcss 3-9893 

616 NORTH SIXTH STREET 

SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA 

D & S AUTO WRECKERS 



CYpriss 5-1444 
837 TULLY ROAD 

CALIFORNIA 



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June-July 19^8 



CompHmenfs of 

BURROUGHS CORP. 

Redwood City, Calif. 

Phone DAveoport 5-5674 

LAZZARESCHI MEAT CO. 

WHOLESALE JOBBERS 

Purveyors to Markets, Hotels, Restaurants 
and Institutions 

Barbecue Catering Our Specially 

961 CHARLESTON ROAD 
PALO ALTO CALIFORNIA 

C. & M. Wholesale Produce Co. 

1102 MAIN STREET 
REDWOOD CITY CALIFORNIA 

DAvenport 3-5888 

A. G. BACKLUND 
CONSTRUCTION CO. 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR 
Plans Designed and Drajled 

1329 HOOVER STREET 
MENLO PARK CALIFORNIA 

Phone FRontier 2-2455 

SEASIDE AUTO WRECKERS 

Ernie Gravelle, Prop. 

1428 DEL MONTE BOULEVARD 
SEASIDE CALIFORNIA 



NED COLBY 

REBORING - WELDING 

CRANKSHAFT GRINDING 

VALVE SEAT WORK 

SOUTH MONTEREY HIGHWAY 
MORGAN HILL CALIFORNIA 



SPROUSE-REITZ CO.. INC. 

1201 FREMONT BOULEVARD 
SEASIDE CALIFORNIA 



ASSOCIATED POULTRY CO. 

Local and Eastern fryers 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

PLaza 5-5868 

7339 MISSION STREET 

DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 



the southern end of the bay and all that 
surrounding country, and, in addition, 
there will be parking for 250 cars and in 
addition to the addition there will be a 
new road up to the new building and in 
addition to the addition, etc., etc., etc., all 
this should be completed about October. 
And that's wot the man said ! ! 
Too Much Rain 

Saturday was a nice day for the starting 
of the 2700 aggregate matches and brought 
out a nice crowd but on Sunday the rain 
took over and just about ruined the matches 
and the scores. "Abe" Davis, San Diego 
Police Department sergeant in charge of 
their pistol range, chickened out witii his 
team and pulled out early Sunday morning 
"goin" back to the sunny southland," sez 
the sergeant. 

Ted Methot, of the Immigrant Security 
squad, was all set to grab the medal for 
first place in the timed-fire .45 match, then 
found out that Pimental creedmored him 
into second spot. Ted, being a mild sort of 
a guy, looked a bit astonished when he 
heard the news and broke out with an ex- 
plosive, "My goodness!!" Lois Bowes 
took the open class .45 medal, at least that 
is what she thought but she, too, found 
she was creedmored into second place but 
what she said I do not know as I was not 
around at the time. But I'll bet it was a bit 
stronger than "my goodness!" 

Who Is Lonesome? 

Sim Reinhart, the two-handed shooter 
from Redwood City, was informed that if 
he changed hands during the match he 
would be disqualified so immediately 
asked for a 10^^ discount on the entrance 
fee and match fees. 

Every once in awhile I run across a jot- 
Phone: RE. 9-2194 

WELTON SHELL SERVICE 

WHEEL BALANCING - TUNE-UPS 



SAN RAFAEL AND 929 DUANE STREET 
SUNNYVALE CALIFORNIA 

CHerry 3-6369 

MISSION 
PAINT & WALLPAPER CO. 

PAINTS - WALLPAPER 

PAINTING SUPPLIES - TOOL RENTALS 

We Give S & H Green Stamps 

1070 FRANKLIN STREET 
SANTA CLARA CALIFORNIA 



Phone AN 4-4550 



Joe Sorci 



MALONE PHARMACY 

820 MALONE ROAD 
SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA 



Richmond - Chase 
Company 



P. O. Box 1030 

Main Office 

817 The Alameda 
San Jose, California 

CY 2-3032 



CYpress 5-3132 

Las Palmas Taco Bar 

First One in San Jose 

Enchiladas 
Cold Drinks - Tacos - Tamales 

food to take out 

1495 the alameda 
San Jose, California 



Phone CH 3-3057 



Ki Ki's Bar-B-Q Pit 

BANQUET ROOM 

Ted and Betty Hopper 



735 franklin street 
Santa Clara, Calif. 



Jtiiu-jiily /9VS' 



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DAvenporl 2-22?l - 3-S566 

COOK'S SEA FOODS 

RESTAURANT • CATERING 
Crabs . , . Vrtsb liib . . . Abutont 

EL CAMINO REAL AT ROBLE AVENUE 
MENLO PARK CALIFORNIA 

CAPUCHINO FOOD MART 

J. Mahha(<mim — C. Parfnti 

JUno 8-7475 

1601 EL CAMINO REAL 

MILLBRAE CALIFORNIA 



Corrado Cevasco 
Nursery 

Weddings • Corsages 

Funeral Work • Shrubs 

Fertilizers • Potted Plants 

Flanders 5-2676 

1395 County Road 
Sharp Park, California 



SHARP PARK 
AUTO PARTS 

Auto Parts ■ Supplies - Equipment 

Machine Shop Service 

HOURS — 8 TO 6 

SUNDAYS 10 TO 2 P.M. 

S. L. "Red " Monroe 

FLanders 5-3493 

Coast Highway At 
Sharp Park, California 



Duke's Drive Inn 

Burgers, Shakes, Coffee and 
Cold Drinks 
Ann Jordan 



P. O. Box 13 
Sharp Park, California 



tin^ in my notes th.it I cannot fij^ure out 
what it means as for instance: I rind out 
these two words "very lonesome" amon^ 
the notes and am at a loss to know to 
what or whom its meant for. But I do 
know that it wasn t for the ^ood looking 
brunette from Oregon — with her its never 
lonesome time — I bet'cha ! ! 

SCORES 

A") Miilch Class W'imiers 

SLOW FIRE 

Master Matt Pimentel 191 

Expert Bill Markell 177 

Sharpshooter A. Gaspari 177 

Marksman Vic Jacobi I6l 

TIMED-FIRE 

Master Chas. Young 198 

Expert Arv Jaensson 192 

Sharpshooter Wm. Price 186 

Marksman F. Schwall 190 

RAPID-FIRE 

Master S. Hudson 194 

Expert Arv Jaensson 191 

Sharpshooter Bill Price 182 

Marksman Frank Willis 178 

.45 NATIONAL MATCH 

Master Bob Chow 287 

Expert Jack Palmatier 281 

Sharpshooter Bill Price 271 

Marksman F. Schwall 244 

.22 Caliber Class Winners 
slow FIRE 

Master Bill Thomas 293 

Expert D. Potter 186 

Sharpshooter Andy Gaspari 181 

Marksman Bob Graser 165 

TIMED-FIRE 

Master Milt Klipfel 200 

Expert Don Davidson 198 

Sharpshooter Stan Hulstrom 195 

Marksman Vince Ebbitt 192 

RAPID-FIRE 

Master M. Marelich 199 

Expert Bill Traner 196 

Sharpshooter D. Sinclair 194 

Marksman Art Peterson 188 

.22 NATIONAL MATCH 

Master Bob Chow 294 

Expert Bill Traner 289 

Sharpshooter J. Stephenson 282 

Marksman Ralph Brown 276 

Center-Fire Class Winners 

SLOW FIRE 

Master Bob Chow 186 

Expert Cliff Webb 182 

Sharpshooter Wm. Edison 183 

Marksman Art Peterson 160 

TIMED-FIRE 

Master R. Newhall 198 

Expert ...Cliff Webb 196 

Sharpshooter Harry Gaines 194 

Marksman F. Schwall 185 

RAPID-FIRE 

Master Cliff Webb 197 

Expert Henry Bowes 190 

Sharpshooter H. Gaines 185 

Marksman Carl Tyree 174 



Galpin Lumber Co. 

FLanders 5-3851 

Corner County Road 
AND Highway No. i 

(PACIFIC MANOR) 
Sharp Park, California 



Clothes . . . for Men and Boys 
Suits - Sportcoats - Slacks 

Van Huesen Dress Shirts 
Variety Sport Shirts 

Full Line Union Made Work 
Clothes. 

O'Brien's Clothing 

James T. O'Brien 
FLanders 5-6637 

488 Manor Plaza 
Sharp Park, California 



VIC'S 

Appliance Store 

Sales and Service 
NEW — USED 

FLanders 5-2533 

77 Aura Vista 

(pacific manor) 

Sharp Park, California 



COAST SALVAGE 

Dealers in 

Scrap Metal and Second Hand 

Articles 



Phone FL 5-2727 Evenings 

730 N. Old County Rd. 
Sharp Park, California 



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June -July 19^8 



ODD AUTO INVENTIONS 



For the past 60 or 70 years the Ameri- 
can automobile has served as a constant 
source of inspiration for American inven- 
tors. Some of these inventors, according 
to the National Automobile Club, have 
come through with some rather odd in- 
ventions. And for quite a number of these 
odd inventions, the United States Patent 
Office has come through with patents. 

During the 1890s, people were a little 
leer)' about riding in anything that didn't 
have a horse in front of it, so a man in 
Chicago invented a mechanical horse for 



EDAN 

Sporting Goods 

Boat and Camping Rentals 

Guns, Ammo, Boats, Motors, 

Skin Diving Equipment 

Open Evenings & Sundays 

A. Liggett 

Phone FL 5-6588 

1165 San Francisco Blvd. 
Sharp Park, California 



Lin's Donut Ranch 

"We Raise 'Em By the Dozen" 

Breakfast Served 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. 

QUALITY BURGERS 

EL 9-3622 

1241 Linda Mar 

Shopping Center 

Pedro Valley, Calif. 



TERROLL'S 

Clothing for Infants, Girls & Boys 
Rose Lazzaro — Tom Lazzaro 

EL 9-2451 

1309 Linda Mar 

Shopping Center 

Pedro Valley, Calif. 



those horseless carriages. It was life size, 
covered with hide to fool even the other 
horses, and ran along on wheels in front 
of the carriage. 

By 1907, people had gotten over their 
no-horse phobia and had moved on to a 
mechanical-breakdown phobia, so a man 
in Brooklyn invented a car that could 
serve as its own packing case. If this car 
broke down, you just folded it into the 
neat form of a box, put a couple of bolts 
in the right places, then shipped it off to 
the nearest garage or to your home. ^ 

The safety minded, of course, we've 
had with us always. A man in Utah felt 
that he could eliminate dirty goggles, dirty 
windshields and at the same time protect 
the driver from dirt, dust, rocks, hail, and 
the like by mounting two giant fans on 
the front end of the car. These fans 
rotated so fast that they didn't interfere 
with your vision but they did interfere 
with the rocks. 

In New Jersey, another inventor really 
went all out for the pedestrians. He in- 
vented a strange assemblage of cogs and 
levers that were triggered by the impact 
of the pedestrian against the front of the 
car. At the moment of collision, this 
gadget shot a large rubber blanket out in 
front of the car. When the pedestrian fell, 
he fell on the blanket, didn't hurt himself 
too much, and didn't soil his Sunday 
clothes. 

In contrast to the safety-minded school 
of inventors there's the live-dangerously 
or get-rid-of-your-mother-in-law fast 
school. The leading exponent of this 
school probably is the man who invented 
a gadget that, when you pressed a button 
near the steering wheel, caused your car 
to turn a complete somersault in mid 
flight. This invention hasn't proved to be 
too salable since most modern motorists 
feel that they can do this somersault trick 
without benefit of any buttons. 



Al's Chat-N-Chew 

Al Weddle — Your Host 

COAST SPECIAL 

Ham & Eggs with Dollar 

Pancakes — 95c 

Merchants Lunch — Family 

Dinners — The House of $1.00 

Steak or Chicken Dinners. 

1144 San Francisco Blvd. 
Sharp Park, California 



SAVE GASOLINE 

Racing a cold engine consumes an ex- 
cessive amount of gasoline, says the Cali- 
fornia State Automobile Association. It 
could also be harmful to some of the mov- 
ing parts of the engine. To achieve max- 
imum fuel economy, start and stop 
smoothly and keep your car's engine prop- 
erly tuned, and, of course, don't race the 
engine when it is cold. 



Me, 
thoughtless? 




If You Forget Your Pants, rout 

thoughtlessness could be embar- 
rassing, but the oversight can be 
quickly and completely rectified. 
If you ate careless with fire, your 
thoughlessness could cost you 
your shitt too, and it may take 
over 100 years to rectify the dam- 
age. No good citizen wants to 
believe that HE caused a forest 
fire. Yet 9 out of 10 forest fires 
are man-caused. Be doubly care- 
ful this year. 



June- July 19^8 



POLICE AND Pl-ACr OFFICERS JOURNAL 



Page 19 



HOOVER ON JUVENILE CRIME 



The growing menace of youthful depre- 
dation is the core of the crime cancer in 
America. The avalanche of juvenile crimes 
increasing not only in numbers but also in 
viciousness, has brought misery and de- 
struction to communities throughout the 
land. Almost 46 per cent of the persons 
arrested for major crimes are under 18 
years of age. Since 1952, while population 
in the 10-17 age group has increased only 
14 per cent, arrests in those same age 
brackets have mounted 42 per cent. 

Children are not born bad. Lacking 
spiritual guidance and moral training in 
the home during early years, youngsters 
generally develop badness and mature into 
teen-age terrors through parental negli- 
gence. Such irresponsibility on the part of 
parents is a crime against society. Cer- 
tainly, it is only sensible to hold the par- 
ents of youthful vandals and hoodlums 
legally and financially accountable for the 
crimes of their offspring. 

The vast majority of our youngsters are 
upright, wholesome citizens. Unfortunate- 
ly, the public reputation of the entire group 
of American youth is too frequently jeop- 
ardized by the vicious acts of the relatively 
small percentage of youthful hoodlums. 
Individually and in gangs, however, these 
teen-age criminals commit some of the 
most violent crimes of the day. 

The recent scourge of street "mugging," 
sex attacks, bodily assaults, murder, and 

T 



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other carnage by young criminals across 
the country, demands a reappraisal of the 
ugly reality which is juvenile crime. 

What a lancifui Hight of imagination 
it takes to label such crimes "juvenile de- 
linquency!" The present youth |-)robiem 
does not involve child pranksters and mis- 
chief-makers. The real terror today conies 
from the vicious juvenile criminal. Soft 
justice and unwarr.mted leniency merely 
encourage these young thugs in disdain for 
lawful authority. 

We can no longer afford to let "tender 
age" make plunder into a trifling prank, 
reduce mayhem to a mischievous act, and 
pass off murder as a boyish misdemeanor. 



This distorted notion of justice has even 
permeated our court system. In all too 
many instances the law has been bent to 
favor the criminal at the expense of the 
rights of his innocent victims. 

The battle against juvenile violence 
must be waged by the mothers, fathers, 
and all adult citizens of America who 
share responsibilities for youth. The time 
lor theories and test-tube treatment is past. 
Only fair but stern action against delin- 
quent parents and snarling young thugs 
can bring a halt to the present plague of 
youthful lawlessness. 

Rt'prinleJ jroDi the I'Bl Liiir liiifonc- 
iiu'iil Biilleliii. 



HELP US KEEP THE 
THINGS WORTH KEEPING 



Gently, he starts her on 
another adventure in a 
wonder-filled world. 

Will her world always 
be so peaceful, so free? 
You can help it be — by 
helping to keep the peace. 

But peace costs mon- 
ey. Money for strength 
to keep the peace. Mon- 
ey for science and educa- 
tion to help make peace 
lasting. And money 
saved by individuals. 

Your Savings Bonds, 
as a direct investment in 
your country, make you 
a Partner in strengthen- 
ing America's Peace 
Power. 

Think it over. Are you 
buying as many Bonds 
as you might? 




Photograph by Harold Halraa 



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LOOK OUT FOR BEES 



Ever since the first few horseless car- 
riages started chugging and sputtering 
along our highways, angry farmers and 
other responsible citizens have been think- 
ing up laws to try to keep the motorists in 
line. Some of these laws, points out the 
National Automobile Club, have been 
quite quaint and some of these quaint laws 
are still on the books. 

Take, for instance, the law in Lawrence, 
Kansas. It says that you can't drive along 
the street with bees in your bonnet — real 
bees, that is. 

In Utah the right of way is always 
strictly for the birds. Take it away from 
the littlest chickadee and you're in for 
trouble. 

In Memphis, Tennessee, you'd better 
not let the local officer catch you driving 
along while you're asleep. There's a law 
against that. 

In the early days in Pennsylvania the 
angry farmers formed the Anti-Automo- 
bile Society and that group drew up some 
fancy rules. Any motorist driving along a 
country road at night was obliged to stop 
every mile, send up a signal rocket, wait 
ten minutes for the road to be cleared, and 
then proceed with caution. Any motorist 
who sighted a team of horses coming 
towards him had to pull well off the road, 
cover his car with a blanket or canvas that 



blended with the surrounding countryside, 
and let the horses pass. If the horses were 
skittish and wouldn't pass, the motorist 
had to take his car apart piece by piece 
and hide the pieces under the nearest 
bush. 

In Trenton, Missouri, it's against the 
law to drive an automobile after dark. 

In Green Bay, 'Wisconsin, let your car 
drip some oil on the pavement and you're 
apt to be fined something like five dollars 
per drip. 

In one small New England town they 
really tried to pull a fast one on the fast 
drivers. The local constable posted a sign 
that read: "The speed limit this year is a 
secret. Motorists breaking it will be fiied 
ten dollars." 

These laws are on the quaint side, but 
in many parts of the country today you'd 
better heed them if you want to stay on 
the right side of the law. 



GIGLI COMPANY 

(Say "Gee-Lee") 

PLUMBING AND HEATING NEEDS 

Instatlation — Repair — Service 

PLaza 5-4170 

6830-44 MISSION STREET 

DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 



JACK BALDWIN 

REAL ESTATE— MORTGAGES 

San Francisco and Peninsula 

Properties 

PLaza 5-7850 

TRINITY COMPANY 

6779 Mission Street 
Daly City, Calif. 



PETERSEN CONSTRUCTION CO. 

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS 
Residential - Industrial - Commercial 

715 EL CAMINO REAL 
SAN BRUNO CALIFORNIA 



ELMER'S FLORAL SHOP 

FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 
Member T. D. S. 

1681 MISSION ROAD 

Near Holy Cross Cemetery 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



HOWARD'S NATURAL FOODS 

PROTELN-WHEAT • GERM OIL 
VITAMINS • DIET FOODS 

Mission 7-6999 

2584 MISSION STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

CompWmenfs of 
DUGGAN'S FUNERAL SERVICE 

UNderhill 1-4433 

3434 SEVENTEENTH STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

Ml RALOM A 
Hardware and Variety Store 

HARDWARE • PAINTS 

GIFTS • TOYS • SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

NOTIONS • YARDAGE 

SIMPLICITY PATTERNS 

W. Earl Gaberel, Owner 

overland 1-5317 

675 PORTOLA DRIVE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



ASSOCIATED POULTRY CO. 

WHOLESALE 

PLaza 5-5868 — PLaza 5-5869 

7339 MISSION STREET 

DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

JOHN FERRARI 

BANK OF AMERICA 

COLMA, CALIFORNIA BRANCH 

COLMA CALIFORNIA 

ROCKAWAY QUARRY. INC. 

SAND — CON-MIX — RED ROCK 
TOP SOIL 

FLanders 5-3456 

P. O. BOX 304 

West of Pacifica Highway 

SHARP PARK CALIFORNIA 



WESTLAKE UNION SERVICE 

101 SOUTH MAYFAIR AVENUE 
DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 

Telephone LAkehursl 2-3265 

BEN REIMERS' NURSERY 

Home of 
"NUMBER 52" TOMATO 

1113 LINCOLN AVENUE 
ALAMEDA CALIFORNIA 

LO 8-7278 

SAN LEANDRO RENTAL SERVICE 

EQUIPMENT - MACHINERY - TOOLS 

14105 WASHINGTON AVENUE 
SAN LEANDRO CALIFORNIA 



L. C. Norgoard & Associates 

N.WAL ARCHITECTS 

SUtter 1-1539 
PIER NUMBER TWENTY 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



DILLS & GOODWAY 

General Building Contractors 



416 GARDEN AVENUE 



CAREW & ENGLISH 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS 



Fillmore 6-2414 
350 MASONIC 



SAN BRUNO 



CALIFORNIA jAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



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OAKLAND PISTOL MATCHES 



Despite the fact that the regional 
matches were being held in San Diego, 
there was a considerable crowd at the May 
matches in Oakland, in tact, there were 
18^ pistoleers attending the shoot and it 
was, without exception, one of the nicest 
days I have ever seen in Oakland — no 
wind and the sun was just right. And the 
new electric timer on the 25-yard targets 
was very nice — even when it touled up 
and didn't work. But one thing must be 
taken care of and right soon before some- 
one gets shot at like, and that's to have 
the ladies who insist on wearing shorts 
and sun suits kept off the lines until the 
firing is all finished and I think you now 
know why I make the abo\e statement. 

But Carl Reigleman offered the prize 
alibi for the season when he flopped his 
rapid tire string with the remark that, "I 
didn't know the gun wasn't loaded!" 
Sounds like the one I pulled many years 
ago when I forgot to load the gun and 
ran a dry firing string. I still cherish the 
leather medal that was preesnted to me 
at the following match. 

Rey Otoboni threw a party for the gang 
at Colma when he was appointed assistant 
chief of police. "Come on over to my 
house, boys, and we will have a party mit 
refreshments yet." The gang tells me that 
Ray is still looking for the culprit who 
stole the refreshments and it is rumored 
around, but very slightly, that maybe Ray 



Gilmore-Skoubye 

Steel Contractors 



TR 2-3173 

8275 San Leandro St. 
Oakland, Calif. 



By J. Ross DUNNK.AN 



Hi \^ 




"THERE ARE SMILES' as ex-Marine Sgt. 
Marion Merelich exhibits the Expert Team 
Match Trophy which his team, the United 
Revolver Club, won at the recent 2700 aggre- 
gate matches in Oakland. — Photo by Melhol. 

forgot to order the — oh, no, Ray wouldn't 
do that — but I wonder. 

Safari Pictures 

Mike Carroll, the big game hunter just 
returned from safari in Africa, had his 
colored pictures out at the last meeting of 
the SF Police Revolver Club and scored a 
complete hit with the films with many of 
the boys saying they were about tops for 
excitement — especially when that big bull- 
elephant charged right at the camera. It's 
too awful to contemplate the results if 
Mike had forgotten to run, but he didn't, 
so we have the movies. 

For those of the pistol shooting frater- 
nity who enjoy going to shoots and more 
shoots, I might tell you that the United 
Revolver Club of Sacramento are holding 
monthly matches again this year at the 



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5733 ROBERTS AVENUE 
OAKLAND CALIFORNIA 



Sacramento City Filtration Plant at 9 a.m. 
The matches will be held on July 20th, 
August 17, September 21st and October 
lyth and will consist of a .22 National 
Match, Specialty Match, CF National 
Match and .45 National Match and the 
aggregate of matches 1, 2 and 4. Also a 
team match. Medals and trophies to all 
winners. NRA rules with a registration of 
25c plus Si per match with a 50c fee for 
the aggregate and specialty match. 

I see where Master Sgt. Doug Sheridan 
was awarded the Distinguished Rifle 
medal last month which now makes him 
the proud possessor of both the rific and 
pistol medals, in fact, if I remember cor- 
rectly, there are only eleven men in the 
United States that have ever won both 
medals. Sgt. Sheridan is in charge of the 
marksmanship program at the presidio and 



JOHN PESTANA 

General Contractor 
Equipment Rental 

JE 7-3200 

29444 NiLES Road 
HAYWARD, CALIF. 



MISSION PRESCRIPTION 
PHARMACY 



UNduchill 1-1518 

598 GUERRERO AT 18TH STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



MONTEREY MOHAWK SERVICE 

DElawarc 3-9080 

198 MONTEREY BOULEVARD 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Compliments of 

CONSOLIDATED FREIGHTWAYS 
Oakland, California 



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]une-]til^ 19>8 



Telephone Liberty 50502 

Sonoma County Farmers' Mutual 
Fire Insurance Co. 

—Since 1898— 

635 FIFTH STREET 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 

Telephone Liberty 5-l'424 

NELLIGAN BROS. FEED & SEED 
COMPANY 

N & S BRAND POULTRY AND DAIRY 
FEEDS :-: GARDEN SUPPLIES 

SECOND AND •B" STREETS 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 

Telephone Liberty 5-6602 

VEALE VOLKSWAGEN 

COMPLETE SERVICE AND PARTS 

FIRST AND SANTA ROSA AVENUE 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 

Phone Liberty 6-0140 

Santa Rosa Emporium, Inc. 

"Headquarters of the Redwood Empire" 

CARPET - DRAPERIES - FURNITURE 

TELEVISION - APPLIANCES 

413 "B' STREET 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 



Launderette — on Fourth Street 

SANTA ROSAS LARGEST AND MOST 

COMPLETE 

"You'll Enjoy Doing It Here!" 

852 FOURTH STREET 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 

Telephone Liberty 2-0855 

Ruth Cul/en 
RINCON NURSERY 

ORNAMENTAL AND FLOWERING SHRUBS 

4050 SONOMA HIGHWAY 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 



Santa Rosa 
Memorial Park 

Crematory 

Mausoleum 

Lawn Cemetery 

Odd Fellows Cemetery Assn. 

Santa Rosa, California 



doing a swell job and now that the new 
Presidio Gun Club range is open things 
are a leetle bit easier — or are they? 
National Indoor Matches 

Each winter the United States Revolver 
Association holds national indoor pistol 
matches to determine the US champions 
in the various classes and types of matches. 
For many years the Sacramento Club has 
been the outstanding champs but of late 
have not been doing much along the 
USRA matches. Recently the SF Police 
Revolver Club participated in this .22 
caliber affair for the first time and at the 
end of the ten-week period the club's iirst 
team won first place in the slosv-fire 
match and second in the National Match 
course. The club's second team won first 
in the slow fire and third in the match 
course as they were competing in the 
lower classes. If you saw the size of the 
bull on the targets it would make you 
wonder how the shooters could see the 
targets at 25 feet, let alone hitting it. The 
black is about the size of a silver dollar. 
President Elliott Murphy of the SFPRC is 
quite happy over the outcome and hopes 
that they may repeat again next year. 
"Murph" as you know is also the big shot 
in the Accuracy Bullet Company who has 
for their slogan, "We aim to improve 
your score." "Murph" was recently ap- 
pointed as an official referee by the NRA 
and his first job as an official was "refing " 
at the matches in San Bruno in March. 

Sgt. Roy Judy from the McClellan Air 
Field team was quite happy on Sunday as 
he had his mother with him at the matches. 
Mrs. Judy lives in Oregon and doesn't get 
down this way very often and was thrilled 
to have her first ride over the Bay bridge, 
to show his prowess as a shooter he 
managed to cop a 3rd place medal in the 
pro-sharpshooter class in the CF National 
match course. 

Teaching Bride 

Guess by the time you read this Dick 
'Willet of the SFPD will be a married 
man, having taken the fatal plunge on 

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Abstract Bureau 

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Land Title Company 

• Sonoma Title 
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Telephone Liberty 2-1125 

SONOMA AMUSEMENT CO. 

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Telephone Liberty 6-2484 

CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY CO. 

BUILDING MATERIALS 

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Marshall Maxwell, Owner 

1330 KING STREET 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 

Telephone Liberty 5-3820 

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WISH-U-WELL COURT 

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GROCERIES • BEER • WINE 

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TIRE HEADQUARTERS OF SONOMA COUNTY 

Conplete Line of Auto, Garage and 

Home Appliances 

Note New Location 
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(On Auto Row) 
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Telephone Liberty 2-7983 

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COMPLETE COMMERCIAL, PROFESSIONAL 

AND INDUSTRIAL GARMENTS AND TOWEL 

LINEN RENTAL SERVICE 



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THE LEADER IN ALL FOUR CITIES 

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Corner Fourth and "B" Streets 

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Telephone Liberty 5-2276 

ROBERT W. SWANFELT CO. 

GENERAL CONTRACTING AND MILLWORK 

CUSTOM HOMES - PRECUT HOMES 

REMODELING - CABINETS 

200 SEBASTOPOL AVENUE 
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Page 23 



May 17th. Dick sez he is gonna educate 
his bride in the art of pistol shooting not 
so much as to make as hooter out ot her 
but rather along the lines of knowing why 
he should be allowed to go to the matches 
and ail that there stuff. What's your guess 
as to how he makes out .' 

The San Mateo Sheriff's Office team 
came out match all bedecked out in their 
new shooting jackets and tho they made a 
creditable showing as far as looks were 
concerned they kinda — well, Cap Herb 
Elvander of the team sez that the boys 
were a bit nervous with the new jackets on 
and couldn't concentrate on the bulls-eye. 
Ken Ekstrom, Paul Lacazette and Jim 
Kimble are willing to abide by his deci- 
sion altho Bob Henderson and Roy Star- 
beck state that IF they had been on the 
team instead of alternates the results would 
have been a lot different. The two lads, 
however, didn't say what the difference 
would ha\e been ! 

Now that Harry Plummer has left these 
parts for the north country his place as 
captain of the Olympic Club team has been 
taken over by Bill Townscnd who h.is had 
a lot of shooting experience and should 
help the boys a lot. 

The new Burlingame Police Department 
pistol range is now a going range with 30 
firing points, hydraulic targets and covered 

Telephone Liberty 2-?9.<4 

CRYSTAL FREEZER 

\'fH\ Oaiqcist 

Kc Crcim - r.irm Fresh Eggs - Frozen Foods 

Quantity Discounts to Freezer Owners 

One H.ilf Gallon Ice Cream— 79c 

10 Half Gallons— 74c each 

Ice Cream Bars for Kiddies — 50c per dozen 

12.10 MENDOCINO AVENUE 

(Across from High School) 

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 

Telephone Liberty 2-6813 

McDonald Chevrolet 

SALES AND SERVICE 

1015 SANTA ROSA AVENUE 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 



SANTA ROSA STEAM LAUNDRY 

DRV CLEANERS AND LINEN SERVICE 



.152 FIRST STREET 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 



CompUmenis of a 
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tiring points. They are not quite ready for 
open matches yet but expect to be in the 
future. The new range is at the city dumps 
just by the Broadway overpass. 
SCORES 

.22 Niilioiial Match 

Master B. Chow 293 

Expert L. Bowes 287 

Sharpshooter D. Sinclair 287 

Marksman A. Petersen 273 

.22 Timetl-fire Match 

Master F. C. Savage 199 

Expert M. Pimentel 197 

Sharpshooter K. Loeding 196 

Marksman F. Schwall 191 

CF National Match 

Master O. Pinion 291 

Expert M. Pimentel 286 

Sharpshooter D. Watson 265 

Marksman G. Lowy 255 

..^S Timeii-fire Match 

Master J. "rurner 196 

Expert M. Pimentel 194 

Sharpshooter R. Lochner 183 

Marksman R. Brown 183 

.45 National Match 

Master O. Pinion 284 

Expert B. Geiger 276 

Sharpshooter K. Loeding 270 

Marksman G. Lowy 261 

Aggregate Match 

Master O. Pinion 863 

Expert M. Pimentel 851 

Sharpshooter K. Loeding 809 

Marksman G. Lowy 

Interihitional Match 50-yard slow-fire 

Master O. Pinion 269 

Expert G. EUinwood 250 

Sharpshooter D. Sinclair 244 

Marksman V. Schoonover 233 

TEAM SCORES 
Open Class 

S. F. Police No. 1 1120 

Oakland Pistol Club No. 1 1075 

Expert Class 

Keene-Reise Supply Co 1092 

Trans Bay Pistol Team 106l 

Sharpshooter Class 

Stanford Research Institute 1031 

McClellan A. F. Base 999 



Telepho 



Healdsburg 895 and 896 



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A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION 

Sptcialltli in REDWOOD 



64 WEST STREET 
HEALDSBURG CALIFORNIA 



Phone LI 2-4171 



ACME MUSIC COMPANY 



Sonoma Counly-VTide Service 



225 WEST COLLEGE AVENUE 
SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA 



Telephone CAlistoga 2-623-^ 

SILVERADO MOTEL 

NAPA COUNTY S FINEST 

Banquets ■ Weddings - Dinners 

Dancing • Entertainment 

MR. AND MRS. MEI. AVII.A 

LAKE COUNTY HIGHWAY AND 

SILVERADO TRAIL 

CALISTOGA CALIFORNIA 

Telephone 2-5587 

Dr. Aalders' Hot Springs - Resort 

Mrs. Nora Aalders, R.N., Manager 

SWIMMING POOL OPEN ALL YEAR 

MINERAL WATER 

Recreation — Cottages — Healthful Mineral Baths 

Satural Volcanic Mutt Balttt 

Established Over 40 Years 



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CALIFORNIA 



BANK CLUB 

Vamou, lor 

COCKTAILS AND PRIME RIBS 

"Bud" Dc Brunce — Your Host 

HEART OF CALISTOGA 
CALISTOGA CALIFORNIA 

Phone TWinbrook 4-2504 

BEST WISHES FROM 

GALLACCI LUMBER COMPANY 

JOE GALLACCI 

129 WEST STREET 
CLOVERDALE CALIFORNIA 

Phone POrter 2-7580 

HENRIS ROOFING SERVICE 

OYSTER SHELLS • SAND • CEMENT 
BUILDING MATERIALS • BRICK 

741 THIRD STREET 
PETALUMA CALIFORNIA 



DE LUXE CLEANERS 

PETALUMA S BEST! 

Prompt Service — Best Workmanship Always 

(Special Discount to Law Enforcement Officers) 

VC't Operate .Our Own Plant Right in Petaluma 

145 KELLER STREET 
PETALUMA CALIFORNIA 

Telephone TWinbrook 2-9702 

DE BORBA'S 

CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS 

Tasty Chinese and American Foods 

"The I'rienttly Easlilde Spot" 

819 GRANT AVENUE 
NOVATO CALIFORNIA 

Telephone TWinbrook 2-2249 

JIM'S SPORT SHOP 

Johnson Outboard Motors . . . Sales and Service 
Endura Craft - Tollycraft - Trailer Boats 

Open 7 days a week 'till 9 :00 p.m. 

Rentals of Boats, Motors, Guns, Rods & Reels, Skis 



703 GRANT AVENUE 



CALIFORNIA 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



June-July 1958 



HOW TO SELL! 

There'll always be a used car salesman! 

Up in Ontario in Canada, according to 
the National Automobile Club, one of 
them rigged up a special arrangement for 
selling that special car. Into this "car of 
the week' he sets a papier-mache Indian 
that is about four feet in height and is 
equipped with one end of a two-way inter- 
communication system. 

When the customer wanders on the lot, 
wanders over to the special, and starts 
looking around, the Indian starts talking. 
By the time the shock has worn off, the 
customer usually finds that the Indian is 
being moved out of the driver's seat and 
he is being moved in, the breathless owner 
of a bright new car. 



DISTRESS SIGNAL 

A good way to attract attention when 
your car breaks down on the highway is 
to tie a handkerchief or a piece of paper 
to the tip of the radio antennae, says the 
California State Automobile Association. 
Another distress signal that is effective is 
to raise the hood or the trunk lid. 



Only 919,000 miles of roads in the 
United States are paved, according to the 
National Automobile Club. This repre- 
sents about one fourth of the total. 

Phone 267 

HEALDSBURG FURNITURE & 
APPLIANCE 

WHOLESALE PRICES TO PUBLIC 

Save Up to 60 Per Cent 

Free Delivery 200-Mile Radius 

ONE AND ONE-QUARTER MILES NORTH 
HIGHWAY 101 AT SOLAR TERRACE 



C. M. BRISTOL 

Contractor C-42 

SEWER LINES - SEPTIC TANKS - DRAINAGE 
INSTALLATIONS - REPAIRS 

321 WEST BLYTHEDALE AVENUE 
MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 

Telephone FR 8-3323 

SCHOENBERGER SHELL STATION 

GOODYEAR TIRES :- : ROAD SERVICE 
PICKUP AND DELIVERY 

EAST CAMPBELL AVENUE AT CENTRAL 
CAMPBELL 



HOLM TIMBER 
INDUSTRIES 

Douglas Fir — Redwood 
TU 4-3541 

1500 Ocean Way 
GuALALA, California 



S & K Chevrolet 



MI 3-5611 
Solano at Florida 
VALLEJO, CALIF. 



GIBONEY AND 
HEILMANN 

Trucking Contractors 

SH 2-6513 

p. O. Box 773 
Marysville, California 



Phone WAbash 2-1760 

WASHBURN FLOORS. INC. 

•IF ITS FLOOR WORK— WE DO IT!" 

1655 EAST EL CAMINO AVENUE 
(At the Freeway) 



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CALIFORNIA 



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TRAFFIC RESPONSIBILITY 

American law enforcement agencies 
now face a greater responsibility than ever 
before in preventing the distruction of 
human life and property on U.S. streets 
and highways. 

So said Charles W. Woodson, Jr., su- 
perintendent of the Virginia State Police, 
Richmond, Va., and second vice president 
of the International Association of Chiefs 
of Police. 

Woodson said trained men would have 
to fill the gaps left by engineers and edu- 
cators in fighting the national traffic prob- 
lem. 

"While engineering and education are 
exceedingly important factors," he said, 
"many of their effects will only be felt in 
coming years. Meanwhile the people are 
demanding that the police hold the line 
against the traffic crisis — right now." 

Woodson named these among the duties 
men must face in their careers as traffic 
police administrators: 

— Working with lawmakers to secure 
realistic legislation in police matters. 

— Developing new techniques of traffic 
law enforcement and accident investiga- 
tion to cope with changing traffic patterns. 

— Cooperating with driver license offi- 
cials in seeking to improve licensing pro- 
cedures. 

— Strengthening the role of the courts 
in traffic safety, by developing citizen un- 
derstanding of the court process. 

— Working together with public infor- 
mation media to keep all drivers and pe- 
destrians well informed of the traffic prob- 
lem. 

"Finally," he said, "one must sell the 
philosophy that, regardless of what the 
engineers, the educators, or the police do, 
safety is everybody's business." 

He called for the establishment of su- 
pervisor training programs in every police 
department. "These would stress leader- 
ship, personnel evaluation, human rela- 
tions and motivations, public relations, 
handling of complaints, grievances and 
commendations, and the responsibility of 
the officer in his loyalty to the chosen pro- 
fession." 



P. O. BOX 66 



CLOVERDALE 



CALIFORNIA 



GOOD RULE 

If you want a really good general rule 
for better driving, here's one given by the 
California State Automobile Association 
— drive so that you never have to do any- 
thing suddenly. Avoid abrupt stops, jacic- 
rabbit starts, swerving from one lane to 
another. Drive smoothly and easily and 
you'll be safer. 

Men were drivers in 89.7 per cent of 
fatal accidents on U. S. highways in 
1956, reports the National Automobile 
Club. 



]uin-}uly IV'iH 



POI.ICH AND PHACi: OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 25 



FAIR HAS OWN POLICE FORCE 



(Special In Polk. I and Pi:Ati-; Offichr's 
Journal) 

SACRAMENTO The California State 

I and Exposition, a city within a citv 

Sacramento, will have its own polite 

c complete with thstinctive uniforms 

. Kii the Fair opens this year, Au^'ust 27- 

Septembcr 7. 

Durint; the 12 days the I'air is in oper- 
ation, its police force will be one of the 
busiest law enforcement units in the State 
of California. Hired specially for the Fair's 
12-day run, the policemen, who will num- 
ber about 220 this year, will be headed by 
Fair Police Chief Edward L. Hcaley. 

Hcalcy, the Fair's assistant chief for the 
past three years, this year has been pro- 
moted to the top police post at the expo- 
sition. 

Crime, .is such, is not a major problem 
at the Fair, but when more than 100, ()()() 
Fair^oers jam themselves into 207 acres 
of buildings, amusements and grandstands, 
the police have a major crowd -control 
problem. 

Spfcial Attkntion 

Lost children, lost articles, traffic direc- 
tion, and protection of the millions of dol- 
lars ot property on display — all require 
special police attention. 

The yranddaddy of all western fairs is 



HOLLY CAFE 



CH 1-9866 
1429 Market Street 
Redding, Californl\ 




GET A CREW CUT if you can't get under the 54-inch bar. Here we have Guard Darrel 
Duiton qualifying a youngster for free admission to the forthcoming State Fair. It's just a 
gag though, because all kids under 16 years will be admitted free for the first three days. 
Under twelve.' Then you get in for nothing anyway. 



entering its 104th year in 1958, and the 
big show will be just as bright, brash and 
beautiful as it ever has been in the past. 

The 207-acre grounds are being fur- 
bished and polished by State Fair work- 
ers to a state of gleaming readiness for the 
hundreds of thousands of Fairgoers who 



will stream through the gates for the 12- 
day event. 

An amazing variety of displays, shows, 
special events and educational exhibits are 
being lined up, and an outstanding pro- 
gram of Night Show extravaganzas is be- 
ing arranged. 



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Located 32 Miles South of Lake Tahoe on Highway No. 4 



Page 26 



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June-July 1958 



The Horse Show will be enlarged and 
improved by the addition of a special 
futurity for inexperienced thoroughbred 
hunters. A $1,000 top prize is being of- 
fered to the winner of the event at the 
ever-popular show. 

All Polished Up 

All aspects of the big exposition are 
being brightened, improved and over- 
hauled. A few examples: 

1. The annual Fair Fashion Show has 
undergone a complete change of format, 
and the new show will insure that the best 
fashions of California designers wall be 
modeled at the Fair after a stringent pro- 
gram of elimination. 

2. A record of $199,000 being offered 
in horse racing purses will bring an even 
better class of horses to the 10-day Fair 
meeting. 

3. A huge, educational food show will 
be staged in the Merchandise Mart. Most 
food groups in the state are co-operating 
with the University of California and the 
Fair in the endeavor to educate Westerners 
along lines of nutrition and good meal 
planning. 

4. A big give-away drawing, the first 
in the Fair's 104-year history, will be held 
during the first three days for Fairgoers 16 
and under. A "California Treasure Chest" 
in the form of a huge collection of toys, 
sports equipment, pets and big surprise 
gifts will be assembled and given away to 



BLUE BONNET MOTEL 

HEATED SWIMMING POOL 

■'TWO PERSONS FOR PRICE OF ONE" 

Free TV 



1220 WEST HOLT 



CALIFORNIA 



M. M. COLEMAN 

REALTOR 

29 Palms Highway, Next Door to Bank 
North Adobe Road at Melody Lane Motel 



P. O. BOX 337 
TWENTYNINE PALMS 



PETERSEN'S UNION SERVICE 
"76" 

GAS - OIL - ACCESSORIES 

TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGHWAY 
JOSHUA TREE CALIFORNIA 

STENGEL'S SHOES 

MENS, WOMEN'S, CHILDREN'S 
WORK SHOES - WESTERN BOOTS 

6479 ADOBE ROAD 
TWENTYNINE PALMS CALIFORNIA 



boys and girls whose winning tickets will 
be drawn by State Fair celebrities. 
Biggest Show 

These are only a few of the ways the 
State Fair is improving itself after the win- 
ter season of study and research by staff 
members and directors. 

The Fair has become the biggest and 
most successful annual show in California. 
It is aiming this year at a record attend- 
ance of 850,000 on its 207-acre Fair- 
ground here, and in 1961 on the new 
1065-acre American River Site it is plan- 
ning for visits by 1,250,000 Western Fair- 
goers. 

Planning for the new Fair is proceeding 
rapidly under direction of Theodora Rose- 
quist, former assistant manager of tfie fair 
and now named to the new post of New 
Fair Co-ordinator. 

The Maid of California Contest at the 
Fair annually selects the State's most beau- 
tiful girl to reign over the 12-day event. 
She is crowned by the governor at the 
Fair's opening day ceremonies. 

Already seevral girls have entered the 
contest as representatives of their home 
counties, and Fair officials expect the entry 
list to contain a record 52 names by the 
time all applications are in. 

Most counties in the state also will be 
represented by their exhibits, at the Fair, 
in the huge Counties Building. The dis- 
plays which annually feature the products 
of agriculture and horticulture, wines, 
flowers, lumber and jewel-like scenes of 
California's mountains and meadows, are 
always the most popular items at the Fair. 

Year after year the big exposition 
proves itself as the best show in the state 
for the entire family. In California this 
year, "It's Your Best Date for '58." 

FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES 
AND AUXILIARY AERIE 2599 



645 FRONT STREET 



CALIFORNIA NEEDLES 



CALIFORNIA 



RUSS WEART'S TEXACO 
SERVICE 



BROADWAY AND 
NEEDLES 



STREETS 

CALIFORNIA 



STACK CHEVROLET CO. 

NEW CARS, TRUCKS AND DEPENDABLE 
OK USED CARS 

5972 ADOBE ROAD 
TWENTYNINE PALMS CALIFORNIA 



TED'S CAFE 

Cocktails — Steaks 
Sandwiches 

29 Palms Highway 
JOSHUA Tree, Calif. 



HERB'S 

Hardware & Paints 

Treasure Tones 


Phone NA 8-1655 

5200 "D" STREET 

CHINO, CALIFORNIA 



Compliments of 

San Antonio 

Employment 

Association, Inc. 

p. O. Box 1052 
POMONA, CALIFORNIA 
4918 Mission Boulevard 
ONTARIO, CALIFORNIA 



Best Wishes from 

The Sage Hen 
Restaurant 

Telephone YV 2-3511 

West Foothill Blvd. 
Claremont, Calif. 



June-July 19'>8 



POLICE AND PEACi: OFFICERS' JOURNAL 



Page 27 



SAFETY PATROLS VALUABLE 



"The increasing hazards to life and 
limb under city traffic conditions led re- 

Eresentatives of the San Francisco Police 
•epartnient and the Board of Education, 
I acting in conjunction with representatives 
I of the California State Automobile As- 
sociation, to plan an organization of pub- 
lic elementary school pupils to serve as 
a traffic reserve." This was written Janu- 
ary 19, 1923, and marks the beginning of 
the School Safety Patrol mo\ement in 
California. 

Today the Patrol in San Francisco alone 
numbers 4,500 and there are dozens of 
other communities in the state where 
school patrol boys and girls offer inval- 
uable assistance to police departments and 
peace officers. 

The San Francisco School Safety Pa- 
trol program, like others throughout the 
nation, is a cooperative endeavor among 
the schools, certain civic groups, and the 
law enforcement agency. In San Francisco 
the enforcement agency, of course, is the 
Police Department. In other areas of this 
State it is either the city police department 
or the California Highway Patrol. It is of 
necessity such because the School Patrol 



movement has a semblance of police au- 
thority behind it which the law so pro- 
vides. 

Police departments in cities and the 
California Highway Patrol in unincorpor- 
ated areas are authorized by law to coop- 
erate in the establishment of School Safety 
Patrols. The law spciifically states that the 
Patrols are for the |iurpose of assisting 
pupils in safely crossing streets and high- 
ways adjacent to .schools and that Patrol 
members are authorized and required to 
give signals and directions only for that 
purpose. 

Childri:n Volunteers 

It is further a cooperative program be- 
cause the school children who serve on 
the Safety Patrols are volunteers who must 
get the written consent of their parents 
before they can serve. There are always 



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NEW AND USED PARTS 
Used Cars and Trucks 

1228 EAST HOLT BOULEVARD 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



plenty of students who are eager and will- 
ing to become Safety Patrol members. The 
small boys look forward to the day when 
they will be big enough to serve and the 
older boys are honored to be chosen for 
this responsibility. 

This pride of serving and the loyalty it 
creates is the reason that the School Pa- 
trols arc probably one of the greatest pub- 
lic relations programs any police depart- 
ment can have. Serving on the School Pa- 
trols starts the boy or girl out with a 
feeling of being a part of police activity 



Pixley & Fredlund 
Signal Truck Service 

Complete Truck Tire Service 
24-HOUR SERVICE 

Phone YUkon 4-2610 

1194 East Holt Street 
ONTARIO, CALIF. 



SHINKLE POOL CO. 

SWIMMING POOLS 

Private . . . Public 

Swimimng Pools lo Your Design 

850 WEST FOURTH STREET 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



CAMPUS PHARMACY 

PRESCRIPTIONISTS 

668 EAST HOLT BOULEVARD 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



Aleman Garage 

Complete Aittotnotive Service 
P. Aleman 



COMPUMENTS OF 

ROBERT J. BOWMAN 



121 WEST ■■£ ■ 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 

YV 6-9111 

COMET AUTO AND TRAILER 
COURT 

modern 50-FOOT SPACES 
COTTAGES - RECREATION PLAYGROUND 

U05 EAST HOLT BOULEVARD 
ONTARIO CALIPORNIA 

YU 612184 



VAN FLEET BROS. 

SIGNAL OIL 



1194 EAST HOLT BOULEVARD 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



CITRUS BELT TRACTOR AND 
IMPLEMENT COMPANY 

RANCH AND FARM EQUIPMENT 
Parts and Re[}airing 

607 WEST HOLT BOULEVARD 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



ONTARIO BUSINESS MEN'S 
ASSN.. INC. 

CREDIT BUREAU OF ONTARIO 

313 NORTH LEMON AVENUE 
ONTARIO CAUFORNIA 

YU 631-542 

TOP O' THE MORN' FARMS 

DRIVE-IN CASH AND CARRY 

GOLD MEDAL DAIRY PRODUCTS 

Home Delivery 

2220 SOUTH EUCLID 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



Phone YU 6-8058 

1194 East Holt Street 
ONTARIO, CALIF. 



BICKFORD'S 
TIRE SALES 

"Everything in Black and White" 
DUNLOP IMPORTED TIRES 
For Sports and Passenger Cars 

Phone YUkon 6-8660 

1000 East Holt Blvd. 
ONTARIO, CALIF. 



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}» lie- July 19 ''8 



Best Wishes from 

PYRENEES 

Cocktails 

"Always A Friendly Welcome" 
Phone NAdonal 8-9019 

5265 "D" Street 
CHINO, CALIFORNIA 



CENTRO BASCO 
HOTEL 

and TRAILER COURT 

French Basque Dinners 

Cocktail Bar — Dance Hall 

Handball Court 

Otvners; Henry and Mary Idiart 

Phone NAtional 8-1611 

13432 S. Central Ave, 
CHINO, CALIFORNIA 



Citrus Electric 
Company 

Electrical Contractors 

YUkon 2-3424 

8036 Archibald Avenue 
CucAMONGA, Calif. 



The Original 

CUCAMONGA 
WINERY 

Phone YUkon 2-3684 

P. O. Box 696 

CucAMONGA, Calif. 



and of actually helping the law enforce- 
ment officers. Hence the children grow up 
with a full realization of police activity 
and with a keen appreciation of what the 
police have to do. It gives them a sense 
of comradeship with the policeman, which 
continues as the years go by. 

While the principal objective of the 
Patrols is to safeguard the children, the 
movement it has actually resulted in one 
of the greatest character builders in the 
school program. Members of the Patrol 
quickly learn to have a sense of duty and 
responsibility in fulfilling their job. In 
learning how to control and direct student 
pedestrians at the school crossings they 
are learning safe habits and discipline, dis- 
cipline which they carry into later life. 
And the safe walking habits which they 
teach at the school crossings stay with the 
other students even when they are far 
from school and the protection of the Pa- 
trols. 

Ease Police Burden 

Another important aspect of the Patrols 
is that they greatly help to ease the burden 
of the Police Department. There is no 
question that protection of the children 
is a problem which must be shared by the 
entire community — parents, schools, civic 
organizations, community agencies and the 
Police Department. In most instances, of 
course, it is physically impossible for a 
Police Department to provide officers for 
all the school crossings for all the schools. 
However, four officers who are assigned 
to the detail of the School Patrol move- 
ment in San Francisco train and supervise 
a force of over 4,500 boys and girls! 

These 4,500 Patrol members protect 
some 600 street crossings near schools in 
the city. Members of the Patrols are in- 
structed not to direct traffic but to "in- 
struct, direct and control members of the 
student body at streets and highways, at 
or near schools, and to assist teachers and 
parents in the instruction of school chil- 
dren in safe practices in the use of streets 
and highways at all times and places." 

In the course of their duties, Patrol 

JOHN F. DOBLER 



Wholesale and Retail 



BOX 61 
4953 BULLION AVENUE 



TWENTYNINE PALMS 



CALIFORNIA 



LAS MARGARITAS TRAILER 
COURT 



MODERN SPACES - DEEP WELL WATER 
SHADE TREES 



WEST HIGHWAY 6« - 95 
NEEDLES CALIFORNIA 



Rodriguez 
Construction Co. 

Manufacturers of 

Concrete Pipe 

Sidewalk and 

Cursings 



Phone NA 8-1531 

13279 First Street 
Chino, Calif. 



GRIFFITH 
MORTUARY 

Phone NA 8-2329 

CHINO, CALIF. 



Growers Service 
Company 

Complete Pest Control 
Service 

YUkon 2-1134 

9348 Baseline Road 
Alta Loma, Calif. 



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LEE W. YIM 

General Merchatidise 
Garage 

AMBOY, CALIFORNIA 



W 2-8814 

I HOTTEL'S UPLAND FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

DISTINCTIVE HOME FURNISHINGS 

300 NORTH EUCUD 
UPLAND CALIFORNIA 



YU 629iU 

JEFFS AUTO GLASS 

Glass in All Models Cars and Trucks 

Custom Made Seat Covers - Upholstering 
Regulators • ChanoeU 

»l* EAST HOLT BOULEVARD 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



YU 62J-229 

DON CALLISON'S CARPET 
SERVICE 

LAYING • BINDING - SEWING 

REPAIRING 

Modtrn InttsllMion 

509 WEST STATE STREET 
ONTARIO CALIFORNU 



TENNISON CESSPOOL AND 
SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 



9655 BAKER AVENUE 
I ONTARIO CAUFORNIA 



TIGER CAFE 

AIR CONDITIONED 

GOOD COLD BEER AND WINES 

POOL TABLES 

10171 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET 
CUCAMONGA CALIFORNIA 

CASSIMUS COMPANY 

WELDING EQUIPMENT 

METAL FABRICATING TOOLS 

Wtit Coast Welding Consullanis 

Maiik a. Cassimus, Priiidtnt 

SEATTLE LOS ANGELES 

GArfield 1-5941 

651 FOLSOM STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CAUFORNIA 



members are instriiLted definitely to stay 
on the curb. If the \iew is obstructed by 
parked vehicles, they may step three paces 
into the roadway ti> size up traffic. Only in 
the event of an emergency, when a fellow 
pupil is in danger, may they exceed this 
limit. 

UNIFORM!:!) OFFICERS HELP 

A regular uniformed officer is still on 
duty where the volume of traffic is such 
that the children cannot cross in safety 
without having traffic controlled. At such 
locations the School Patrols assist the po- 
lice officer by monitoring the children on 
the sidewalks. At intersections where the 
traffic is light to moderate, the Patrols do 
not stop vehicles but hold back the chil- 
dren on the sidewalk until the street is 
clear. 

The importance of the role the School 
Patrols are playing is better realized when 
one understands that back in the early 
1920's before the School Patrols were or- 
ganized, an average of 20 school children 
were killed each year in the city's streets. 
Today this number has been reduced to 
an average of less than three a year, and, 
as has already been noted, not one child 
has lost his life at a Patrol-guarded cross- 
ing since the founding of the movement. 

The first Patrols were organized in 
1923 by the San Francisco Police Depart- 
ment and the California State Automobile 
Association in cooperation with the Board 
of Education and the Parent-Teacher or- 
ganizations. Later on the School Depart- 
ments of the Parochial Schools, and the 
Catholic Mothers' Clubs joined in spon- 
soring the program. Each of the sponsor- 
ing organizations has assumed definite 
responsibilities with respect to the acti- 
vities of the Patrols. 

Inspector Thomas B. Tracy of the San 
Francisco Police Department has been as- 
signed to supervise and train the School 
Patrol units. He is assisted by Sergeant 
Matthew C. Duffy and Officers Charles 
Maggioncalda and Eugene Van Tricht. 

The Board of Education of the city of 
San Francisco and the School Department 
of the Archdiocese of San Francisco assign 
teachers at the various schools to supervise 
the daily work of their respective Patrol 
units. 

CSAA Supplies Gear 

The California State Automobile Asso- 
ciation supplies at cost the arm bands and 
white Sam Browne belts which the Patrols 



CHANSLOR-WESTERN 
OIL & DEVELOPMENT CO. 

DRIVE CAREFULLY — SPEED KILLS 

4549 PRODUCE PLAZA 
LOS ANGELES 58. CALIFORNIA 



S. W. Thompson 

Texas Oil Distributor 



East City Limits 
NEEDLES, CALIF. 



Travel Restrictions to Israel 

Lifted . . . Book Now 

Airplane - Ship 

Call DU. 8-3171 

TRAVEL UNLIMITED, 

INC. 

2974 Wilshire Boulevard 
Los Angeles 5, California 



A few Limited Memberships Available 

Ambassador Sun 
Club and Pool 

Olympic Size Pool — Swimming and 

Diving Instruction. 

Cabanas Available. 

Snack Bar and Fountain 

Massage Department and Gymnasium 

for Men and Women. 

Call Don Dean, Mgr. 

DU 7-7011 

Ambassador Hotel 

3400 Wilshire 
Los Angeles 5, California 



Mr. E. C. Renwick 

UNION PACIFIC 
RAILROAD 

"Speed Kills" 
"Drive Carefully" 

422 W. 6th Street 
Los Angeles, Calif. 



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]une-]uly 19^8 



Asahi Auto Sales 

INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 

Sales and Service. 

General Auto Repairs 

Vhone Madison 5-2448 

326 East Second Street 
Los Angeles, Calif. 



YUKON 6-5215 

Marble Mortgage 
Company 



140 MONTGOMERY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 



PINKERTON'S 

NATIONAL 

DETECTIVE AGENCY 



EX 2-5916 

MoNADNOCK Building 
San Francisco, Calif. 



MArket 1-1858 

LeeMonty Garage 

The Handy Downtown 

Headquarters for Shopping 

and Theatre Parking 

GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE 
MAINTENANCE 

1023 Mission Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



wear on duty and provides the efficiency 
ribbons awarded at the annual parade and 
review. 

Parent-Teacher units of the public 
schools and the Catholic Mother's Clubs 
of the parochial schools throughout the 
cit)' supervise the outfitting of Patrols and 
maintain the equipment in good condi- 
tion. 

Inspector Tracy estimates that in the 
past thirty-two years more than 80,000 
boys and girls have served in School 
Safety Patrols in San Francisco. Many of 
these former Patrol members have become 
outstanding leaders in community busi- 
ness and civic affairs. 

Each year San Francisco pays formal 
tribute to the excellent work of its Patrols 
at the parade and review held in Kezar 
Stadium towards the close of the school 
year. This year's colorful event was held 
May 28 and was attended by a crowd of 
some 10,000 people, including public and 
school officials, representatives of civic 
groups, parents, teachers and other friends 
of the Patrols. 

The School Safety Patrol parade and re- 
view this year commemorated the 35th 
year of this most worthwhile safety pro- 
gram in San Francisco. 

BICYCLES? 

A recent general instruction provides 
that with the approval of the Officer-in- 
charge of the District, members of the 
Force who use their own bicycles in the 
performance of their duties may be paid 
a bicycle allowance of 6d per day on which 
their bicycle is actually used on depart- 
mental business. Particulars of private 
bicycles for which an allowance has been 
approved are to be recorded in district 
offices. 

Bicycle allowances are to be paid quar- 
terly on a certified return from the mem- 
ber in charge of the station. 

(The above story is printed from the 
Neif Zealand Police Journal — from a 
simpler land for law enforcement officers.) 



PLAYER'S CLUB 

"NICK" — "JOE" 

Music and Dancing 

Friday and Saturday Nites 

2245 Geneva Avenue 

(Across from Cow Palace) 

San Francisco, Calif. 



GRaystone 4-8303 

PANCHO'S 

specializing in authentic Mexican 
Foods . . . Hours 5 P.M. to Mid- 
night . . . Closed Tuesday and 
■Wednesday. 

Florencio Abarca 
Managing Owner 

505 ELLIS STREET 
Near Leavenworth Street 

San Francisco, Calif. 



Continental Service 
Company 



260 FIFTH STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO 



Scavengers 
Protective 
Association 

2550 Mason Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 

SK 1-7329 

Red Feather Carpet 

Washing Co. 

• 

4335 Geary Street 

San Francisco, Calif. 



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Page 31 



HEXOL. INC. 

MArkct i:i62 

1500 SEVENTEHNTH STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

CALIFORNIA BEER 

WHOLESALERS ASSOCIATION. 

INC. 

25 TAYLOR STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

JOE'S FLYING A SERVICE 

Joe Wiese, Prop. 
WE GIVE S AND H GREEN STAMPS 

SKylinc 1-1656 

FIFTH AND CALIFORNIA STREETS 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



LO. THE POOR INDIAN 



Compliments of 
RUSSIAN LIFE 



2458 SL'TTER STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



JOHNSON MORTGAGE CO. 

544 MARKET STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

BARNEY KERNS & SONS 



c< 



ishliig-Poiishing — Tires-BatUri 
nplcic Brake — Carburecor Sci 



ICC 



VAlcncia 4-7805 

1500 SOUTH VAN NESS AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



JAZZ WORKSHOP 



473 BROADWAY 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

Compliments of 

MRS. FRED HOLMAN 
San Francisco, California 



Early one August morning in 1911, a 
mud-covcrcd, wild-cycd, half-starved In- 
dian stumbled into the town of Oroville in 
Northern California, and started searching 
for food. With this event, points out the 
National Automobile Club, Stone A^e 
California flickered into one last little 
flame before dyin^ out forever. 

Taken into custody, the Indian was 
turned over to the sheriflF of Butte County. 
A man much interested in Indian lore, the 
sheriff soon realized that what he had here 
was no ordinary Indian but a possible sur- 
vivor of the Yahi tribe, a tribe that was 
supposed to have become extinct back 
around 1870. 

A poor and primitive people, the Yahi 
had inhabited Northern California long 
before the white men came. When the 
white men came in search of gold, they 
stole property from the Yahi, the Yahi 
retaliated by killing a few whites, and the 
whites retaliated by systematically killing 
off the entire tribe. 

For years after the supposed extinction 
of the tribe, rumors persisted that some 
Yahi still lived in the bush. In 1907 a sur- 
veying crew working in the wild lands east 
of the S.icramento River happened across 
two elderly women, two enfeebled old 
men, a youngish woman, and a man who 
were apparently Yahi. The little group 
disappeared into the wilds, however, and 
the only one that was ever seen again was 
the man, Ishi by name, who stumbled into 
Oroville just four years later. 

The Department of Anthropology at 
the University of California at Berkeley 

DAVID WALKER CO. 

CONSULTANTS FOR HEALTH AND 
WELFARE PENSION PLANS 

—Branch Offices — 
FRESNO - LOS ANGELES - SAN DIEGO 

220 MONTGOMERY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Best Wishes 

Town & Vinmar 
Motels 

Finest Motel Accommodations 

Kitchenettes Available 

10 Minutes to Downtown 

& Airport 

GENEVA AND BAYSHORE 

(Near Cow Palace) 
DELaware 3-3000 - JU 4-5170 

San Francisco, Calif. 



gave Ishi a job .is janitor and began to 
study the ways of this primitive man. 

Ishi had a tjuick mind, but his interest 
rarely strayed too far beyond the confines 
of the primitive culture in which he had 
grown. He never ceased to wonder at wa- 
ter coming from a tap, this "spring in the 
house." Where for years he had known no 
other way to start a fire but by rubbing 
two sticks together, he now used matches 
and they filled him with awe. The way a 
window shade would run up with that 
certain tug he found endlessly fascinating. 
But automobiles, airplanes, electricity? 
These he couldn't seem to comprehend, 
just dismissed them with a wave of the 
hand as "white man's magic. " 

Ishi learned English faster than the an- 
thropologists learned Yahi and he passed 
along to them much valuable information 
on the ways of his people. When verbal 
communication broke, down, he would 
carefully draw them a picture. 

When Ishi died in 1916 he was deeply 
mourned by all who had known him. With 
his death they felt that they had lost a 
warm friend, a human being gifted with 
a rare gentleness and a very real human 
dignity. 

PAUL G. deALVA & ASSOCIATES 

Property Insurance of All Kinds 
PARTICIPATING POLICIES 

EXbrook 2-0729 

260 KEARNY STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



PEREZ BROS. 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
New Homes and Remodeiiug 

VAIencia 4-6383 

2904 - 23RD STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

COMPLIMENTS 01 

DAMES AND MOORE 

DOuglas 2-6507 

340 MARKET STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

ROSE - O - FAYE CLEANERS 

We Take Pride in our Work 

,\0 lOB TOO SMALL OR LARGE 

All Work Hand- Finished — Alterations 

ATwater 2-2762 

771 CAPP STREET. Corner 23rd 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



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June-July 1958 « 



VICENZA LIQUORS 

M. D. Thompson, Pro/y. 

DE 3-5528 

4620 MISSION STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



LEEDS TV 

RADIO AND TELEVISION SERVICE 
Color Specialists 

MI 7-2005 

3285 TWENTY-FIRST STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



THE PINK POODLE 
BEAUTY SALON 

MO 4-1385 

2143 TARAVAL STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO * CALIFORNIA 

DENNY MURPHY'S 
READY ROOM 

501 VAN NESS 

COCKTAILS — FOOD 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

CONTINENTAL ART GALLERY 

FINE OIL PAINTINGS — FRAMING 
and 

CONTINENTAL TAILORS 

QUALITY TAILORING 

REMODELING AND ALTERATIONS 

SKYLINE 2-4098 

4644 GEARY BOULEVARD 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

Compliments 
COURTESY BODY SHOP 

4733 GEARY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

NEVER A DULL MOMENT AT THE 

COPPER KETTLE 

NEW OWNERS 
Ken Huyck — Isabel Huyck 

JO 7-9705 

2062 DIVISADERO STREET 

comer SACRAMENTO STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

Tu-o Piece Set Recovered in Nylon 
$135.00 Complete 

A & C UPHOLSTERY 

RECOVER — RESTYLE — REPAIR 

LOW PRICE — EASY TERMS 

W. Hall 

MISSION 8-3907 

3170 SIXTEENTH STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



ACCIDENT RULES 

If a person is involved in an automobile 
accident there are several things he should 
do for his own protection if he is physi- 
cally able. The following outline of this 
procedure has been prepared by the Cali- 
fornia State Automobile Association. 

1. Stop. Do everything possible to pro- 
tect the car and passengers from further 
damage. 

2. Render aid and assistance to any in- 
jured persons. 

3. Give your name, address and license 
number to the other driver and to any 
police officer that may be present. Show 
your operator's license. Be sure to^ secure 
this same information from the" other 
party. 

4. Find out who is the owner of the 
other car. 

5. Get the names and addresses of any 
persons who were passengers in the other 
car. 

6. Take down the names of any wit- 
nesses to the accident. 

7. As soon as practicable, jot down a 
few notes as to when and where the acci- 
dent occurred and how it happened. Draw 
a diagram showing how the cars collided 
and their relative positions in regard to 
the road, intersection, etc. 

8. If the accident occurs in California 
and involves any injury or death, you must 
report to the California Highway Patrol, 
the sheriff's office or to the police within 
24 hours. 

9. If the accident occurs in California 
and involves any injury or death or dam- 
age to the property of any one person of 
$100 or more, you must report to the De- 
partment of Motor Vehicles within 15 
days. 

TOO MUCH SPEED 

Too much speed is dangerous at any 
time but it is particularly dangerous dur- 
ing this autumn season. National Automo- 
bile Club advises you to slow down and 
be safe when roads are made slippery by 
falling rain or when visibility has been 
impaired by drifting fog or heavy mist. 



UN 1-4136 

Compliments of 
Carpet, Linoleum and 

Soft Tile Workers 
Union, Local No. 1235 

• 
3186 Sixteenth Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



BAXTER COMPANY 

Electrical Manufacturing Representatives 

MArket 1-8636 

101 KANSAS STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNI 



M 



The Sperry & Hutchinson Co. 

S & H GREEN STAMPS 

HEmlock 1-4133 

1446 MARKET STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNI 

S. F. BUILDING & ' 

CONSTRUCTION TRADES 
COUNCIL 

A. F. Mailloux 



HEmlock 1-6515 
200 GUERRERO STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNI 



THE LE FOHN HOUSE 
OF BEAUTY 

4 Dimension Slenderizing — Scienti&c Beauty Aids 
COMPLIMENTARY FACIALS 

YUkon 2-4453 

133 GEARY STREET, Suite 312 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

GArfiield 1-9523 

MANILA CAFE & GIFT SHOP 

G. C. Santa Maria, Mgr. 

BEAUTIFUL GIFTS 

FOOD YOULL ENJOY 

Fine Philippine and American Foods 

606 JACKSON STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



JOE'S AUTO WRECKING 

VAlencia 4-9856 

1230 EVANS AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

ROYAL CATHAY 

TRADING CO. 
Importers — Prompt Mailing Service 

SUttet 1-5641 

433 GRANT AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



MANNY'S FOUNTAIN 

Your Host is Jeanie 

DElawate 3-9860 

1039 OCEAN AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



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Page 33 



My! H 



ow 7ou 



H 



ave 



rown! 



By Dr. Lko L. Stanley 
Former Chief "Croaker" al San Queiitin Penitentiary 



The State of California, in the past 70 
years has ^rown. So h;is its prisons. Bi- 
jennial reports, required by law from the 
I governing body, give good account ot 
! what has gone on and what is going on 
in the penal institutions. Look what has 
happened in 70 years. 
I 1886 

I The State Board of Prison Directors 
, herewith submit their annual report for 
! the last fiscal year together with Report of 
the Officers of the State Prison at San 
Quentin and the State Prison at Folsom. 
19'56 
The Department of Corrections pre- 
sents this report of the department and its 
several prisons and institutions for the two 
years ending December 1, 1956. Here is 
the list: 
California Medical Facility, Vacaville. 
California Men's Colony, Los Padres, 
San Luis Obispo. 

California Institution for Men, Chino. 
California Institution for Men, Tehach- 

California State Prison at Folsom. 
California State Prison at San Quentin. 
California State Prison at Soledad. 
Deuel Vocational Institution, Tracy. 
California Institution for Women, Cor- 
ona. 

Permanent State Forestry Camps : 
Minnewawa, Jamul, San Diego. 
Rainbow, Temecula, San Diego. 
Oak Glen, Yucaipa, San Bernardino. 
Slack Canyon, San Miguel, Monterey. 
Miramonte, Miramonte, Fresno. 
Parlin Fork, Fort Bragg, Mendocino. 
Iron Mountain, Auburn, Placer. 
Magalia, Magalia, Butte 
Morena, Campo, San Diego. 
Mountain Home, Porterville, Tulare. 
Coalinga, Coalinga, Fresno. 
High Rock, Weott, Humboldt. 

PRospeci 51150 

SAIL-N LODGE 

Tony and Maria Rodriguez 

460 LARKIN STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Meet 
Ray - Andy - Roy and Emil 

AT THE 

COLUMBUS CAFE 

DOuglas 2-9788 

562 GREEN STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Beaver Creek, Arnold, Calaveras. 

Permanent State Highway Honor 
Camps: 

Cedar Springs, La Canada, Los Angeles. 

Clear Creek, Happy Camp, Siskiyou. 

Preston Ranch, Blue Lake, Humboldt. 

Prison Population 

1886 

The number of prisoners on hand on 
June 30, 1886 was 1,247. 
1956 

The number of inmates held at the vari- 
ous institutions on June 30, 1956 was 
15,319. 

Prison Employment 
1886 

At San Quentin Prison, under the old 
contract system, contractors, in order to se- 
cure more faithful labor from prisoners in 
the shops, had been accustomed to pay 
them, for their exclusive benefit, a sum 
ranging from ten cents a day upward for 
extra work. In other words, if a convict 
performed work over and above what was 
allotted to him as a daily task, he received 
from the contractor a proportionate com- 
pensation. When the manufacturing de- 
partments passed into the hands of the 



THE RAMP 

Cocktails - Luncheons 

MEET SUNNY AND GEORGE 



South Van Ness at 

Fourteenth Street 

San FRANCISCO, Calif. 



JU 5-6080 

Sun Valley Dairy 

(Independently Owned) 

2240 San Bruno Ave. 
San Francisco, Calif, 



State, it was not deemed prudent or profit- 
able by the administration then in charge 
to discontinue the custom. On the con- 
trary, the system was enlarged so as to em- 
brace all convicts in the various shops, 
without regard to whether they performed 
extra work or not. The per diem allow- 
ance, ranging from five to ten cents a day, 
was drawn from the earnings of the 
prison. 

Although this was done in the best ot 



Reynold C. 
Johnson Company 

Distributor for 

] OLKESW^AGEN 

Northern California 

Western Nevada and Utah 

PRospect 6-0880 

1600 Van Ness Avenue 
San Francisco, Calif. 



KEN TVETE'S 

"ONE STOP" 

Operators Record Service 



272 Sixth Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



Phone YUkon 2-9157 



Fenneman's Cigars 
and Liquors 



1 Third Street 

(HEARST BULDING) 

San Francisco, Calif. 



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SAM'S GROCERY 

COLD CUTS • DELICATESSEN 
BEER AND WINE 

JU 7-7430 

2462 SAN BRUNO AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



AUNGER ARTIFICIAL LIMB CO. 

MA 1-6055 

1633 MARKET STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

AXEL ISACKSON 
HARDWOOD FLOOR CO. 

SE 1-0888 
2401 SANTIAGO STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



THE STAG SMOKE SHOP 



NUMBER THREE KEARNY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



BANKY'S COFFEE SHOP 

OPEN 7 A.M. TO 4 P.M. 

EX 2-9385 
354 SANSOME STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



CLUB TURKISH BATHS 

"Exclushely for Alt,;' 



PR 5-55 H 
132 TURK STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



LA PINATA 

DISTINCTIVE MEXICAN FOOD 
—rOOD TO GO- 



CLAY AND POLK STREETS 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

EXbrook 7-1439 



CHROMO GRAPHIC CO. 

specialists in 
FINE COLOR REPRODUCTIONS 



faith and with the best of intentions, it 
was, nevertheless, very harshly commented 
upon by several legislati\-e committees as 
an act entirely without warrant of law. 
In view of the uncertainty of the law, and 
of the further fact that the money so paid 
to the prisoners was seldom put to useful 
account we suspended such payments from 
the first of January, 1886. Thanks to the 
firmness of our officers, this change was 
made without the anticipated friction 
among the convicts. A savings of |1,500 
per month to the state was thus eflFected. 

At Folsom Prison, where the convict 
population increased twenty per cent dur- 
ing the year, we were less fortunate. The 
appropriation of $95,000 for ths fiscal 
year for that institution was based on an 
estimated earning of $40,000 from the 
granite quarries. Owing to the unparal- 
leled depression of the stone market, only 
a small percentage of this was realized. No 
other source or income was available; and 
though the strictest economy was prac- 
ticed, and every form of expense mini- 
mized, a deficiency was the inevitable re- 
sult." 

1956 
The Correctional Industries provide a 
balanced work program which enables in- 
mates to acquire the good work habits and 
occupational skills necessary for successful 
adjustment to community living. 

In addition the Correctional Industries 
play a significant role in the elimination of 
inmate idleness — idleness that causes 
both mental and physical degeneration. 
The Correctional Industries include 29 in- 
dustrial and 19 farm projects. The Correc- 
tional Industries are operated as a separate, 
self-supporting division of the depart- 
ment. The industries are charged with all 
the costs of raw material, capital invest- 
ment, utilities and wages plus a portion of 
the cost of custodial super\'ision of the 
operations. Inmate employees are paid an 
incentive wage of from 2 to 10 cents per 
hour. None of the products of the Correc- 
tional Industries is sold to the public. 
Products are sold only to the tax supported 

Phone EVergreen 6-9523 

RUSSIAN RESTAURANT 

GOOD AND TASTY RUSSIAN FOOD IN A 

COZY ATMOSPHERE . . . GOOD RUSSIAN 

MUSIC 

Open from 4 to 9 — Closed Monday 

1829 CLEMENT STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

JUniper 4-2802 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

DR. DON LASTREDO 



FOLGER'S 
COFFEE 

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agencies of the state and its political sub- 
divisions. The department is its own best 
customer. 

The largest single advance during 19''^- 
56 was the activation of the new textile 
mill at San Quentiii. Products ol the mill 
include muslin, chambray, denim, towel- 
ing, drill, twill sheets and pillow c;ises, 
duck and broadcloth. 

Another advance of the Correctional In- 
dustries during the two-year period was 
the development of a new industrial area 
at the California State Prison at Folsom. 
This included a building to house the li- 
cense plate plant. During 1956 the factory 
completed its run of 1956 plates, by far 
the largest issue produced by any state. 

More than 1,200 carefully screened min- 
imum security prisoners voluntarily occu- 
pied 21 honor camps. Fifteen of these 
camps were permanent all -year -around 
operations. Each inmate can earn up to 
$15.00 a month as project labor. This 
money is deposited in the inmate's trust 
account. 

Cost ok Maintaining California 
Prisons 
1886 
We estimate the total cost of maintain- 
ing the State Prison at San Quentin at 
$201,500 and the total cost of maintaining 
the State prison at Folsom at $120,000 
per year. 

1956 
The cost of operating the Department 
of Corrections and its institutions came to 
some $22,000,000 in the fiscal year 
1955-56. 

Labor Relations 
18S6 
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tation of unusual proportions swept the 
state. It was largely directed against the 
alleged competition of convict with free 
labor. Your Board was charged with violat- 
ing the constitutional provisions forbidd- 
ing the letting of the labor of convicts by 
contract, but after an exhaustive examina- 
tion, you found such complaints without 
foundation in fact. At the same time you 
suggested that the operations of the furni- 
ture department at San Quentin and the 
sale of stone at Folsom Prison quarry be 
discontinued. These suggestions have been 
followed to the letter, so far at least as 
the discharge of the previous business ob- 
ligations would permit. 

The future employment of convicts is 
now a subject for the best thought of the 
next legislative session. Hitherto the stat- 
utes relating to the industrial systems at 
the two prisons have been meager, vague 
and unsatisfactory. We now ask for legis- 
lation that will define our powers and 
duties in the most express and unequivocal 
language. While none more earnestly de- 
sires to avoid competition with free labor 
than ourselves, at the same time we recog- 
nize the absolute necessity of maintaining 
a system of labor among prisoners; and if 
that can be made profitable without inter- 
ference with free mechanics, so much the 
better. To keep the prisoners in absolute 
idleness would be a step backward into 
the dark ages of penology; and the results, 
if understood, would be abhorrent to every 
right thinking man in the state. 
Make Jute Goods 

So far as San Quentin Prison is con- 
cerned, we can suggest a ready means of 
employment which will in no considerable 
degree conflict with the interests of free 
labor, and which has never been objected 
to on that score. We refer to the manufac- 
ture of jute goods. The present jute mill 
at San Quentin has been in operation some 
five years. It has passed through its experi- 
mental stage. Its operations are now con- 
ducted with a mechanical accuracy equal 
to that of the best manufacturing concern. 
During the last fiscal year our net profit 
from the mill was $14,027.43, and we 
hope to make a still better showing for 
the current years, owing to the constantly 
increasing skill of the hands, the output 
steadily becomes greater, while the cost of 
running remains the same. The mill now 
gives employment to about 400 men. 
Settle Problems 

Another mill of equal capacity, would 
absorb the entire force not engaged in do- 
mestic affairs of the prison or physically 
disabled. Should the Legislature see fit to 
appropriate the sum of $150,000 the ques- 
tion of how to employ convict labor at San 
Quentin would be settled definitely and 
forever. 

At Folsom Prison, the solution of the 



problem of how to employ convict labor 
without coming in conflict with free labor 
is not so simple a proposition. There is 
work enough ahead in the construction of 
a wall, and a variety of local improvements 
to occupy the active force for several years. 
A most tangible suggestion that we have 
noted, is that the prisoners be employed 
in cutting rough stone for the seawall in 
San Francisco and for other public works. 
Any plan that contemplates moving the 
prisoners from the immediate vicinity of 
the prisons, such as in the construction of 
highways, etc., we consider impracticable. 
Besides it would be competing with the 
most helpless class of free labor — that 
which is unskilled. 

1956 
The Trade Advisory Councils, which 
had their inception in California, provide 
an outstanding example of citizen partici- 
pation in the program of the Department 
of Corrections. Some 400 men in industry 
are members of the various advisory coun- 
cils. These men give unselfishly of their 
time and energies advising the department 
regarding establishment of vocational pro- 
grams, evaluating their effectiveness, and 
assisting in placement of inmate graduates 
of the program. These men are keenly 
aware of the up-to-the-minute trends in 
their field. They are in an unparalleled 
position to know of job opportunities and 
to insure that the vocational courses meet 
the needs of the industry by providing 
competent instruction in the current tech- 
niques on acceptable equipment. 
(Continued in next issue) 

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In This Issue 

Farewell to a Fighter 2 

Traffic Safety in Oakland 3 

Cahill New Police Chief 5 

How's Your Law I.Q. ? 8 

Don't Neglect That Firearm 10 

San Quentin Art Show 13 

Confessions of a Process Server 22 



ON THE COVER: 

San Francisco's Police Commission recently 
announced the naming of former deputy chief 
Tom Cahill to the post of Police Chief of 
San Francisco. He succeeds the late Francis J. 
Ahern. Chief Cahill chose for his deputy chief 
long-time co-worker, Al Nelder, former head 
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This is where we stand . . . 

\A/ith this issue, we are presenting the new 
Police and Peace Officers' Journal. Much 
time, effort, and money were invested in com- 
pletely redoing the magazine in order to make it 
into a more attractive and more informative pub- 
lication. 

Along with this introduction, we also wish to 
discuss a rather unpleasant situation which was 
recently called to our attention. 

It seems that certain factions in California are 
making both verbal and printed defamatory state- 
ments about this publication. 

The Police and Peace Officers' Journal was 
founded in I 922, making it one of the oldest mag- 
azines of its type In California. We are the grand- 
daddy of them all; most of the other police-type 
magazines In the State are still considerably wet 
behind their editorial ears. 

These "Johnny-come-lately" magazines at- 
tempt to criticize us on the grounds that ours is 
an unofficial publication and that we are printed 
by private industry. This is almost too absurd for 
comment. 

The Journal An independent Voice 

For the record, however, let us point out the 
following: our magazine's masthead says literally 
in black and white that we are an independent 
publication. Also, our private industry setup (this 
means we have a printer) Is the same as that of 
all the other law enforcement magazines in the 
State. They all pay some print shop to do their 
printing. 

We have nothing but contempt for any petty 
factions or pressure groups, whether political, 
journalistic, or what-have-you, who, through libel- 
ous, false, and unprivileged statements, seek to 
destroy competition. 

The only recognition we give the statements 
made about us is to say that they are unprivi- 
leged and are intended to Injure us In our busi- 
ness and are apparently made with malice. 

Too many of the police-type magazines around 
nowadays are journalistic slop, badly written, and 
look like they've been put together with a shovel. 
Their existence as a news and Information media, 
in most cases. Is completely nil. 
Our Credo 

The new Police and Peace Officers' Journal is 
an honest effort to rise above the run-of-the-mill, 
mediocre law enforcement publications. We are 
four-square for the policeman and the peace offi- 
cer. We are bitterly opposed to any forces or 
factions, either In high positions or among the 
lowly, who seek to corrupt or hamper the work of 



DIRECTORY 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Hall of Justice, Kearny and Washington Streets 

Telephone SUtter 1-2020 

Radio Short Wave Call KMA-438 



Mayor, Hon. George Christopher 



POLICE COMMISSIONERS 

Regular Meetings Tuesday, 2:00 p.m.. Hall of Justice 

Paul A. Bissinger, President Davis & Pacific Ave. 

Thomas J. Mellon 390 First Street 

Harold R. McKinnon Mills Tower 

Sergeant William J. O'Brien, Secretary 
Room 104, Hall of Justice 



CHIEF OF POLICE Thomas J. Cahill 

DEPUTY CHIEF OF POLICE Al Nelder 

Chief of Inspectors Daniel McKlem 

Director of Traffic Daniel Kiely 

Acting Director, Traffic Martin Lee 

Dept. Sec'v Sgt. John Butler Hall of Justice 

DISTRICT CAPTAINS 

Central — Charles Borland 635 Washington Street 

Southern — August G. Steffen Fourth and Clara Streets 

Mission — John Engler 1240 Valencia Street 

Northern — Harry Nelson 94l Ellis Street 

Richmond — Walter S. Ames 451 Sixth Avenue 

INGLESIDE — Arthur Williams Balboa Park 

Taraval — Thomas Flanagan 2348 Twenty-fourth Avenue 

PoTRERO — Edward Greene 2300 Third Street 

Golden Gate Park — Ted J. Terlau Stanyan opp. Waller 

Traffic — Martin Lee Hall of Justice 

City Prison — Lt. Walter Thompson Hall of Justice 

Captain of Inspectors — 

Lt. Daniel J. Quinlan Hall of Justice 

Director — Bur. of Personnel — John MEEHAN....Hall of Justice 

Director of Criminology and 

Bureau of Criminal Information — 
Lt. Edward Comber Hall of Justice 

Director of Juvenile Bureau — 
William Hanrahan Hall of Justice 

Director of Bureau of Special Services and 
Chinatown Detail — 

Captain Cornelius Murphy Hall of Justice 

Inspector of Schools Traffic Control — 
Inspector Thomas B. Tracy Hall of Justice 

Supervising Captain of Districts — 

Philip Kiely Hall of Justice 

Range Master — Robert Abernethy ..Pistol Range. L.>ke Merced 

good, honest, decent police administration. 

In other words. The Journal will not be Intimi- 
dated. 

That's our stand. It's also our credo. 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



Farewell 

to 

a 

fighter 




Chief Ahern leaves his beloved St. Mary's Cathedral for the last time. 



The late Chief Ahern brought high honors to the police profession 



THE LATE Chief Ahern was a fighter 
. . . He fought for his beloved San 
Francisco, cleaning her up with a spec- 
tacular drive against vice and crime. 

He fought for his men, gaining their 
respect and cooperation despite a great 
deal of controversy when he became Chief 
some two years ago. He turned the San 
Francisco Police Department upside down, 
bringing plenty of "esprit de corps" 
back into the department. And when 
Ahern felt his men were in the right, he'd 
back them all the way, regardless of the 
opposition. 

He fought for the police department 
too, so that his men might have better 
tools and the latest techniques. 

This man who knew how to fight, how 
to compete, also knew how to cheer. In 
a sense, he was constantly cheering for his 
city, his men, and his profession. 

Ironically, Chief Ahern died cheering. 

Stricken at Stadium 

An ardent baseball fan, the Chief was 
fatally stricken with a heart attack during 
the San Francisco Giant's Labor Day game 
at Seals Stadium. 

Great crowds of San Franciscans paid a 
last tribute to Chief Ahern, the man who 
served them so unselfishly and so well. 



Thousands of mourners filed past his bier 
as he lay in state in the rotunda of City 
Hall. Thousands more lined the streets in 
respectful silence as the nine-block long 
procession slowly accompanied the body 
to St. Mary's Cathedral. Burial was at 
Holy Cross Cemetery. 

Francis Joseph Ahern was born 58 
years ago in the South-of-Market district. 
He attended the old Franklin Grammar 
School and Polytechnic High School. His 
early religious training — to which he re- 
mained steadfast all his life — included 
serving as an altar boy at St. Rose's 

After high school, he worked as a clerk 
for the Southern Pacific and later served 
them as a claims investigator. It was then 
that he decided to join the San Francisco 
Police Department. 

Rise Was Swift 

As a rookie and later as an officer, his 
complete devotion to duty and his pro- 
fessional thoroughness brought him recog- 
nition. He was moved from job to job, 
always gaining broader and more valuable 
experience. Quickly he established himself 
as one of the top men on the force. 

Over the years, his capabilities and his 
accomplishments have become almost leg- 
endary. Some are still widely known to- 



day; others, however, have faded a bit 
with the passing years. 

One memorable case in which he 
showed his mettle was the New Amster- 
dam Hotel fire in 1944. Twenty-two per- 
sons lost their lives when a spectacular 
fire gutted the dilapidated and run-down 
hotel, located in San Francsico's Skid Row. 
Investigation showed it was a clear case 
of arson. 

Officer Ahern, assigned the job of track- 
ing down the culprit, spent months of 
painstaking sleuthing before bringing the 
arsonist to justice. 

Couldn't Be Bribed 

The unwavering strength of the late 
Chief's character showed itself clearly in 
yet another incident. This one involved 
an extremely wealthy and notorious abor- 
tion ring. During a raid, the woman ring- 
leader of the abortion mill urged Ahern 
to ':help " himself to $280,000 cash from 
her safe. Ahern had her arrested and con- 
victed with an additional charge of at- 
tempted bribery. 

No doubt these and many more tales of 
this man and his deeds will be told and 
re-told whenever and wherever lawmen 
congregate. The life story of a person like 
the late Chief Ahern lives on in the high- 
est annals of the police profession. 



AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



PROMOTING 


BETTER 


LAW 


ENFORCEMENT 


SINCE 


1922 


Vol. XXVIII 


SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, lySH 




No. 11 



Special repori 



Traffic safety program — BIG in Oakland 

Workable traffic programs plus efficient police 

are bringing international recognition to this city 



S I 'he success story o( Oakland's Police 
Department Traffic Safety Program 
is written on a wail in the office of Cap- 
tain William McMurry. 

Here, on about two dozen metal-and- 
wood plaques, is the recognition and tes- 
timony that Oakland is doing its best to 
keep death and injury off its streets and 

i highways. 
A recent addition to the group of 
awards is the Outstanding Achievement 
Award, co-sponsored by the International 
\ Association of Chiefs of Police and the 
National Safety Council. Eleven U. S. 
cities with populations of 500,000 or more 
were in the categor)'. 

Goal For Oakland 
These awards, however, are but a start- 
ing point for Capt. McMurry, who is 
head of Traffic Control, Oakland Police 
Ofp.irtment. He .md his hiehlv-skilled 




HIT-RUN DATA is gathered bv Officers Eu- 
gene S. Salvail, left, and Arthur Oliver. Their 

) report is later reviewed by Hit-Run Detail. 

' Both officers are full time. 



team of men have set their sights on a 
BIG goal: making Oakland the safest 
traffic city in the U. S. 

Presently, the entire Oakland Police 
Department, including McMurry and 
Traffic Control, are in somewhat cramped 
temporary- quarters near City Hall. When 
completed, Oakland's new $7 million-plus 
Hall of justice will be home base for the 
department. 

WW II Changed Oakland 

The City of Oakland itself has pre- 
sented a great many major problems in 
the last 20 years or so. During World War 
II, for instance, heavy concentrations of 
defense plants, shipyards, military bases 
brought in great numbers of people. 

There were all types among these new 
arrivals and their varied backgrounds 
turned this bustling port town into one 
of the biggest melting pots of the Pacific 
Coast. (After the war ended, a large per- 
centage of this new population chose to 
stay in Oakland or in the many new com- 
munities which had sprung up near the 
cit>-.) 

A California newspaper recently refer- 
red to Oakland as "the Brooklyn of the 
bay area. " 

Ever increasing port facilities brought 
a need for more and more warehouses. In 
turn, more warehouses brought increased 
trucking and rail facilities, each a potential 
traffic hazard if not controlled and han- 
dled properly. 

McMuRRYs Work Pays Off 

Capt. William McMurry is the man 
who's job it is to see that traffic carnage 
doesn't get a toe-hold in Oakland. Mc- 



Murry is big and tall; his friendly yet 
dignified manner make him stand out 
even more. 

In a dark business suit, the Captain 
would easily pass for a highly successful 
business executive. 

Actually, in a manner of speaking, Capt. 
McMurry /s an executive — and a success- 
ful one at that. He is a good representative 
of the new type of police administrator, 
the man who combines brain and stamina 




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with the latest scientific and analytic meth- 
ods of police training. 

Attended Northwestern 

McMurry came to Oakland in 1936 
from his hometown of Santa Cruz. He had 
planned to study architectural engineering 
at the University of California, at Ber- 
keley. But money was fairly scarce at that 
time, he recalls, so he put aside his college 
plans and joined the Oakland Police De- 
partment. 

However, McMurry kept on studying 
in his spare time and in 1946 was chosen 
to attend the renowned Traffic Institute 
at Northwestern University, near Chicago. 

Capt. McMurry and his family now 
live in Montclair, near Oakland. 

The Men With McMurry 

The scope of Oakland's traffic safety 
program is in itself quite impressive. Lieu- 
tenant Jerry Lewis heads the Enforcement 
Section, having charge of all the men 
working on motorcycles and three-wheel- 
ers and those handling radar equipment. 

Another highly-skilled group is the In- 
vestigation Section, headed by Lieutenant 
Jim McCarthy. Under McCarthy are the 
chief investigators, the accident investiga- 
tion details, and the men who check on 
fleet safety, suspended licenses, etc. 

The third group of men under Capt. 




ACCIDENT INVESTIGATOR George Hulse 
gathers information on traffic accident in 
downtown Oakland. Oakland police investi- 
gated total of 9,744 accidents during 1957. 

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875 1 MacArthur Blvd. — LO 9-4048 
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OAKLAND POLICE HEADQUARTERS will be city's new Hall of Justice. Architect's model 
of the $lVi million building is shown above. 



McMurry is the Traffic Education Section. 
This function is handled by Sergeant Fred 
Eytel. These men have a variety of duties, 
including supervising the Junior Traffic 
Guards, the Adult Traffic Guards, and the 
driver training courses in junior and se- 
nior high schools. 

These men also handle the Bicycle De- 
tail. (This year, the department has is- 
sued about 15,000 licenses to bike-riding 
youngsters.) Each school year, this group 
also presents a three-week safety lecture 
series in the schools and in nearby indus- 
tries having truck fleets. 

Statistics Studied Closely 

A big part of the Oakland success story 
is the complete liaison between Capt. Mc- 
Murry's office and city officials. Each man 
under McMurry is thoroughly trained 
to keep a wide range of statistics on almost 
every conceivable traffic situation. He 
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shift in his six-week duty period. 

These figures are then carefully cor- 
related and studied by top-notch analysts. 
Meeting Each Thursday 

Each Thursday the analysts present their 
findings at a meeting attended by heads 
of Oakland's Street Department, Elec- 
trical Department, Traffic Engineering De- 
partment, and Capt. McMurry. 

These meetings are most effective, in 
Capt. McMurry's opinion, because they 
"serve as good sounding boards for the 
complex problems we have to tackle from 
time to time." 

"And only by working very closely 
with all these related groups can we be 
sure we're on the right track to good traf- 
fic safety," McMurry said. 

"Anyway, that's our goal here in Oak- 
land and we're studying every possible 
angle to help the motorist and pedestrian 
think safety . . . and practice safety." 

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SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, 1958 



THOMAS J. Cahill, long-time friend, 
aide, and confidant of the late Fran- 
cis Ahern, has taken over the reins of 
leadership of the San Francisco Police 
Department. 

The San Francisco Police Commission 
announced the selection of the former 
chief deput)- following funeral services 
for Chief Ahern. 

Chief Cahill thus becomes San Fran- 
cisco's 25th police chief and, at 48, is one 
of the youngest men ever to hold the top 
job in the department. 

Names Nelder Deputy 
As his first official act, Cahill chose 
Lieutenant Alfred J. Nelder, 43, as his 
deputy chief. Nelder is former head of 
Homicide. Cahill and Nelder were both 
sworn into office at impressive public 
ceremonies held September 8 in the Police 
Commission chambers at the Hall of 
Justice. 

San Francisco Mayor George Christo- 
pher and members of the Police Commis- 
sion reiterated their stand on the much- 
publicized Christopher-Ahern policy of a 
closed town, rigid discipline within the 
department, and strict law enforcement. 




A PROUD MAN AND HIS HAPPY FAMILY are shown in their home in San Francisco. 
Standing, from left: John, Elizabeth, Thomas. Seated: Chief Cahill, Edmond, Mrs. Cahill. 



Cahill named San Francisco police chief 

Police Commission chooses former chief deputy 



In fact, Cahill put plenty of space be- 
tween himself and other candidates for 
the post by his considerable ability to carry- 
out the groundwork begun by Ahern. 
Ahern and Cahill had always worked to- 
gether closely and well. In 1936 Ahern 
picked Cahill as his deputy chief. 

Support Requested 

After choosing Nelder as his running 
mate. Chief Cahill said: "I promise to the 
citizens the greatest protection of life and 



"Deputy Chief Nelder and I will do 
the job together — with the support of 
every man in this department." 

Cahill and Nelder are a two-man team 
from 'way back. They were in the same 
group taking the police civil service ex- 
amination in 1942. Their appointment to 
the police department came on the same 
day 1 6 years ago. Later, they were partners 
in a radio car following their shift to the 
Accident Prevention Bureau. Following 
this, they were transferred as a team and 
saw rugged duty in the flying squad which 
worked out of Homicide. 



property that is possible to assure the 
citizens of a large metropolis like this." 

— Approach every school the way you did when you were a child : slowly 



Reared In Ireland 

Cahill, of Irish stock, was born in Chi- 
cago. When he was two, his parents took 
him back to Ireland, where Cahill grew 
to young manhood. At the age of 19, he 
returned to America, thus retaining his 
United States citizenship. 

For some time he worked in Fresno and 
later on in San Francisco. In 1942 he 
joined the department. He was married 
in 1943. The Chief and Mrs. Cahill have 
four children: Elizabeth, Thomas, John 
Michael, and Edmond Peter. 



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Capt. Olstad dies; 
leukemia victim 

Death has claimed another member of 
the San Francisco PoUce Department. 

Captain Ralph Olstad, recently named 
Acting Traffic Director, died September 
14 at St. Francis Hospital where he had 
been admitted a week earlier suffering 
from leukemia. 

Capt. Olstad, 58, was truly a career 
officer in every sense of the word. He 
worked and strived hard to get up the 
ladder of success. He joined the San Fran- 
cisco Police Department in 1934 after 
placing first among almost three thousand 
applicants taking the civil service test for 
police officer. 

Named By Cahill 

Olstad's progress in the department was 
remarkable. He became a sergeant in 
1939; a lieutenant in 1945; in 1948 he 
was promoted to captain. By 1949 he was 
promoted to Captain of Traffic. 

Chief Cahill named Olstad to act as 
Traffic Director to fill in for Captain Dan 
Kiely. Capt. Kiely has been ill for some 
time. 

Was Traffic Authority 

Olstad was a native of South Dakota 
and came to San Francisco as a young man. 
During his 24 years with the police de- 
partment, he was known as an honest, 
efficient officer and became a recognized 
authority on traffic problems and their 
solution. 

Survivors include his widow, Frieda; a 
daughter, Marilyn, and sons Robert and 
Ralph, Jr. 

Funeral services were held September 
16 with interment at Cypress Lawn Me- 
morial Park. 

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Nelder named new deputy chief 

Long-time ivorkhig partnership continues as Cahill picks Nelder as chief deputy 



LiiiiTiNANT Al Ni:li)i:r is a youn^ 
m.in bringing a wealth ol' experience 
to his new post as deputy thief of pohce. 
He has an extensive knowledge of police 
work in San Francisco, having been as- 
sociated closely with both Ahern and 
Cahill for many years. 

The new police administrator's ability 
and integrity arc well known. Some 
sources said that his young age (he's 43) 
WMS also one of the determining factors 
in his being named deputy chief by Cahill. 
The job of deputy chief carries a terrific 
wiirk-load, which is one of the reasons 
« liy a younger man was chosen over senior 
ortKcrs. 

Worked With Ahern 
>4elder and his new boss were co-work- 
er- in the Inspectors Bureau. Both re- 
portedly have the same attitude as did the 
late Ahern, and stand for strict depart- 
mental discipline and for keeping vice and 
crime out of San Francisco. Nelder has 
been head of Homicide. 

While at Mission High School, Nelder 
w.is an all-city baseball player and also 
won recognition in tennis. He played 
some semi-professional baseball after grad- 




FIRST OFFICIAL ACT of new police thief 
was appointment of Al Nelder as deputy 
chief. Mr. and Mrs. Nelder, above, have a 17- 
year-old daughter, Wendy, a freshman at U.C. 



uation and then joined the Municipal 
Railway as a conductor. Later he became 
an inspector for Municipal. 

The new deputy was married in 193(5. 
He and his wife, Gertrude, have a 17- 
year-old daughter, Wendy. The girl is a 
pre-med student at the University of Cali- 
fornia and is also an outstanding swimmer. 

Changes Announced 

As Thh Journal went to press, addi- 
tional changes in the San Francisco Police 
Department had been announced. Inspec- 
tor Ralph McDonald succeeded Nelder in 
command of Homicide. The Traffic Bu- 
rc.iu's Lc3 Brennan was promoted to lieu- 
tL-iant and fills the civil vacancy created by 
Nelder's moving up to deputy chief. 

Patrolman Joseph Molinelli of North- 
ern Station was promoted to sergeant. Pa- 
trolman Leon Getchell is the new assistant 
i.nspector in the Narcotics Bureau. 

Captain Martin Lee was appointed act- 
ing head of the Traffic Bureau, during the 
recent fatal illness of Captain Ralph Ol- 
stad (see story on page 6). Olstad was 
acting for Traffic Director Captain Dan 
Kiely, also ill. 



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How's your law I.Q.? 



Herein is contained another of a series of questions and answers pertinent to Police training and helpful in promotional 
examinations. These questions and answers are supplied to the Journal, as a service to law enforcement officers through- 
out the state, by E. D. Kerkhoven, director of the Peace Officer Training Service in Oakland. The questions are selected to 
test the reader's knowledge of various phases of law enforcement. Each question has a number of suggested answers, 
labeled 1, 2, 3, etc. You decide which is the best answer to the question asked and then encircle the number. When you 
have completed the test, compare your answers with the KEY on page 12. 

1. An inspector could determine wheth- 
er a regulation requiring the unloading of 
all shotguns before putting them in the 
rack is being followed by: (1) Personally 
making a few spot checks; (2) Having 
the desk sergents check every gun for a 
limited period of time; (3) Requiring a 
signed statement from each officer every 
time a gun is left; (4) Depending on the 
observations of the watch lieutenant; (5) 
Requiring a check-in of all shells checked 
out. 

2. In evaluating the work of a divi- 
sional captain it is most difficult to allow 
properly for the: (1) Crime conditions 
in his district; (2) Work-load of his men; 
(3)QuaIity of his equipment; (4) Qual- 
ity of his personnel; (5) Amount of ex- 
perience he has had. 

3. Which of the following persons 
are capable of committing crimes; (1) 
idiots; (2) insane persons; (3) persons 
who committeed the act charged without 
being conscious thereof; (4) Married 
women who commit a felony acting under 
the coercion of their husbands; (5) Per- 
sons who commit crimes punishable with 
life imprisonment who acted under threats 
or menaces sufficient to show that they had 
reasonable cause to and did believe their 
lives would be endangered if they refused. 

4. In writing a report of a crime of 
robbery, an officer had to distinguish be- 
tween those implicated on the basis of 
their connection with the crime. He might 
have listed a person as being a pr/ii- 
cipal in the crime if; (1) the person wit- 
nessed the crime and had made no attempt 
to prevent its commission; (2) the per- 
son had knowledge of the crime or was in 
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crime; (3) the person was not present 
at the commission of the crime but ad- 
vised and encouraged its commission; (4) 
after the crime was committed he har- 
bored the criminal with intent to aid him 
to escape; (5) that person had knowledge 
that the crime was to be committed and 
had not notified the authorities, 

5. The defendant in a robbery case is 
acquitted through the perjured testimony 
of a friend. The investigating officer dis- 
covers evidence of the fact that this testi- 
mony constituted perjury. The officer asks 
you what, under the penal code, are the 
minimum requirements for proof of per- 
jury. Which one of the following should 
you tell him would be sufficient ? ( 1 ) cor- 
roborating circumstances; (2) testimony 
of the victim of the robbery; (3) proof 
of two previous convictions for perjury 
and corroborating circumstances; (4) 
proof of bad reputation in the communi- 
ty for truth and honesty plus corroborating 
circumstances; (5) one witness to the 
perjury and corroborating circumstances, 

6 There is a limitation of time within 
which to commence prosecution of: (1) 
murder; (2) embezzlement of public 
moneys; (3) acceptance of a bribe by a 
public official; (4) falsification of public 
records, 

7, Which one of the following state- 
ments concerning false imprisonment is 
correct? (1) False imprisonment is the 
unlawful violation of the personal liberty 
of another; (2) False imprisonment, un- 
der the law of this State, is never a felony; 
(3) False imprisonment results only when 
a person is both unlawfully imprisoned 
and deprived of his legal right to coun- 
sel; (4) every restraint of the liberty of 
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about, whether accomplished by force or 
physical means or by fear, is false impri- 
sonment. 

8. Sexual intercourse with which one of 
the following constitutes rape? (1) the 
wife of the perpetrator if she resists and 
the act is committed by force; (2) A con- 
senting female nineteen years of age; (3) 
a female not the wife of the perpetrator, 
where she resists but her resistance is over- 
come by coaxing; (4) an unmarried fe- 
male who is prevented from resisting by 
an intoxicating narcotic, administered 
with the knowledge of the accused; (5) 
an unmarried female who submits under 
the belief that the person committing the 
act is going to marry her. 

9. A and B quarreled until their differ- 
ences led to a fist fight. A was getting the 
best of B when C, a friend of B's arrived. 
C handed B a piece of iron pipe and di- 
rected B to knock A's brains out with it. 
B struck A over the head killing him in- 
stantly. Therefore (1) only B would be 
guilty of any crime; (2) A started a quar- 
rel which eventually led to his death so 
no one could be held on a charge of any 
crime; (3) C would be considered equally 
guilty as B; (4) this is a clear case of 
first degree murder while B is only guilty 
of second degree murder. 

10. Assume that you are a Police Lieu- 
tenant in one of the divisions. A trusty 
confined in your station jail wishes to 
attend the funeral of his brother. You 
could permit him to go: (1) if an officer 
were assigned to accompany him; (2) if 
a legal order to permit him to go were ob- 
tained; (3) if he had no previous con- 
viction record; (4) if the funeral were to 
be held in Los Angeles; (5) if his family 
assumed full responsibility for his return. 

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SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, lyiS 




A DA^■LIGHT BURGLAR is subdued by Officer Nieto (righl) and two fel- 
low offiiers. Nieto needed an assist when burglar was found to be armed. 



By Kathlkhn Blair 



Rudy Nieto has come a long way in 
five years. 

19'i3 — a new group of recruits begin 
their job at the various police districts 
around San Francisco. 

Nieto was among those sent to the 
Inglcside Station. Ingleside commands one 
of the largest, loneliest, and coldest areas 
of all the sub-stations in the city. 

Burglaries, murders, prowlers, and rob- 
beries predominate in this area. Ingleside 
Station also has coverage of all roads leav- 
ing San Francisco, which often causes 
Ingleside personnel to be alerted for get- 
away cars and to set up road blocks. 

Played Hunch 

19'5 5— New Year's Eve. 

It was cold, toggy, and unusually busy 
at 2 a.m. Over the police radio came the 
first call alerting all officers to "watch for 



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an old green Chevrolet with a man and a 
woman. Both are armed. The man just 
murdered another man at Fillmore and 
Eddy Streets. Suspect is dangerous. " 

Nieto decided to play a hunch. His 
hunch was that the couple would try to 
leave town. So Nieto parked in a spot 
where he could watch traffic going out 
San Jose Avenue, Dolores, Valencia, and 
Mission. 

Three minutes went by . . . five min- 
utes . . . then ten minutes. The men waited 
and watched as hundreds of cars came by 
on their way home from New Year's fes- 
tivities. Suddenly an old green Chevrolet 
rushed past. In it were the two people 
described in the police alert. 

"That one looks good for the part," 
Nieto said to his partner as he took out 
after the Chevrolet. 



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The occupants of the getaway car quick- 
ly noticed they were being followed. 
Wildly, the driver roared out ahead of 
the cruiser, his grinding gears, racing mo- 
tor, and screeching tires echoing through 
the night. Nieto, his siren screaming full 
blast, began his approach. The chase was 
on. 

After nearly two miles of 70 miles-per- 
hour pursuit, Nieto curbed the green 
Chevy, jumped out of the cruiser and ap- 
proached with his pistol drawn. 

"Come on out with your hands up," 
ordered Nieto. 

The driver's door inched slowly open. 
Nieto waited. 

Driver Pulled Gun 

Suddenly, in the beam of his flashlight, 
the officer saw that the driver meant busi- 
ness: in his hand was a revolver and he 
(CoiUhuied 0)1 page 20) 

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Don't neglect that firearm 



Lack of proper knowledge of the care 
and handling of firearms by its personnel 
has been a problem of all Law Enforce- 
ment agencies. In certain departments, 
there are many "old timers" who lack the 
proper knowledge either because of im- 
proper training or because they ha\e been 
in the department so long that they assume 
the attitude that, "they know it all," but 
the untrained officers who are recently ap- 
pointed are the chief offenders. 

Ninety-nine per cent of all accidents 
with firearms are caused by "the gun that 
wasn't loaded." Beware of that gun! It's 
dynamite and has no regard for its victims. 
Many a man is either under the sod or 
crippled for life because of that gun. 

Caution — caution — caution, should be 
the watchword in handling any gun. Your 
gun is a sacred thing and should be treated 
as such. 

There are only two places for action 
with your gun — on a pistol range, and 
to protect either you or citizens from 
immediate threatening serious danger. 
Never draw your gun unless you are forced 
to use it for the protection of life, limb. 
or property, and be certain that you have 
the legal right to do so. The life of any 
person is a precious thing and should be 
preserved at all costs. Familiarize yourself 
with Penal Code sections 196 and 197, 
these two sections should be memorized 
by all police officers. 

Penal Code — Section 196: Killing in 
Performance of Official Duty Justifiable. 

Homicide is justifiable when committed 
by public officers and those acting by their 
command in their aid and assistance 
either — 

1. In obedience to any judgment of a 
competent court; or, 

2. When necessarily committed in over- 
c lining actual re:istance to the execution 
of some legal process, or in the discharge 
of any other legal duty; or, 

3. When necessarily committed in re- 
tailing felons who have been rescued or 
have escaped, or when necessarily com- 
mitted in arresting persons charged with 
felony, and who are fleeing from justice or 
resisting such arrest. 

Self-Defense Shooting 
Penal Code — Section 197: Killing in 
Defense of Self or Property, in Arrest- 
ing Fugutive or Quelling Riot. 

Homicide is also justifiable when com- 
mitted by any person in any of the follow- 
ing cases: 

1. When resisting any attempt to mur- 
der any person, or to commit a felony, or 
to do some great bodily injury upon any 
person; or, 



2. When committed in defense of habi- 
tation, property, or person, against one 
who manifestly intends or endeavors, by 
violence or surprise, to commit a felony, 
or against one who manifestly intends and 
endeavors, in a violent, riotous or tumul- 
tuous manner, to enter the habitation of 
another for the purpose of offering vio- 
lence to any person therein; or, 

3. When committed in the lawful de- 
fense of such person, or of a wife or hus- 
band, parent, child, master, mistress, or 
servant of such person, when there is rea- 
sonable ground to apprehend a design to 
commit a felony or to do some great bodily 
injury, and imminent danger of such de- 
sign being accomplished; but such person, 
or the person in whose behalf the defense 
was made, if he was the assailant or en- 
gaged in mutual combat, must really and 
in good faith have endeavored to decline 
any further struggle before the homicide 
was committed; or, 

4. When necessarily committed in at- 
tempting, by lawful ways and means, to 
apprehend any person for any felony com- 
mitted, or in lawfully suppressing any riot, 
or in lawfully keeping and preserving the 
peace. 

Be thoroughly familiar with the opera- 
tion and care of your sidearm. It can be 
your best friend or your deadliest enemy. 
Always be sure that you are in the right 
at all times in using your gun. If you are 
forced to use it be sure that you can use it 
effectively. Your gun should be used for 
protection only. 

It is only the stupid or "show-off" po- 
lice officer who brandishes and displays 
his gun promiscuously. Men of this type 
are usually cowards at heart and either use 
their muscle, or loud mouth, or gun to 
effect an arrest, apprehend or reprimand a 
violator. 

Use your head instead of your gun in 
effecting an arrest, it will pay greater divi- 
dends. 

Keep Gun Clean 

For many years cartridges were loaded 
with black, Lesmoke, or Semi-smokeless 
powder, or Smokeless powder, and a cor- 
rosive primer and there was no question 
about the importance of prompt and thor- 
ough cleaning. Either it was done or the 
owner of the firearm had a rusted or pitted 
barrel. This care holds good today and to 
keep the barrel in first-class shape, clean- 
ing must be done as soon after shooting 
as possible. Under no circumstances should 
the fouling elements of ammunition be 
allowed to remain overnight if the danger 
of rusting is to be eliminated. 

Some manufacturers claim that with the 



SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, 19^8 



The proper care and feeding of police firearms, by a long-time instructor 



modern non-corrosive smokeless ammuni- 
tion the danger of ruining a barrel because 
of lack of cleaning is past. In fact many 
manufacturers go so far as to claim that 
their powder acts as a preservative to the 
barrel. Careful analysis of those claims by 
expert research shows that it is just as nec- 
essary to clean your gun today as it has 
been in the past. Your gun is a vital part 
of your trade — take care of it. Any gun, 
regardless of the ammunition used, should 
be properly cleaned, oiled, and cared for 
after using so as to give its owner the 
utmost efficiency at all times. 

A manufacturer goes to great pains to 
perfect the barrel of a gun as to size and 
smoothness as is mechanically possible, 
with the lead from the chamber to the 
rifled bore of a very definite size, and with 
the bore and rifling at the muzzle even, 
sharp and clean. Perhaps all this care is 
unnecessary, but until it is proved, it is 
certain that different results will be ob- 
tained if an accumulation of lead, bullet- 
jacket and lubricant are allowed to stay in 
the barrel. Expert marksmen care for their 
gun as a mechanic would care for his ma- 
chine. 

In cleaning your gun it is necessary that 
you have a proper sized rod and a solvent 
that will either dissolve, emulsify, or wash 
away any fouling in the barrel. \X'hatever 
is used must be used in a way that will not 
damage the bore. Guns with a solid frame 
must be cleaned from the muzzle (auto- 
matics, Luger types) , the hinge frame type 
(single shot and certain solid-frame re- 
volvers), can be cleaned from the breech. 
It is recommended you clean all guns from 
the breech whenever possible. Many times 
it is necessary to take the slide off, or if 
the stock overlaps the take-down mechan- 
ism even if this is the case, clean from the 
breech whenever possible. 

Watch Clhaning Rod 

When cleaning from the muzzle is nec- 
essary, take special care to prevent the 
cleaning rod from rubbing across the ends 
of the rifling. This usually happens when 
the rod is first inserted into the bore. It 

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can be prevented by holding the rod up 
close to the end and carefully guiding it 
into the bore. Move the rod slowly and 
with care, let ail the wear come from the 
shooting. Carefully guided at suggested 
either a brass, aluminum, or wooden rod 
is suitable. 

The type and size of the tip of a clean- 
ing rod is of far more importance than is 
usually thought, and unless right will make 
cleaning dithcult. 

My preference for hand guns is the but- 
ton tip, but the bottom should be made 
small enough to permit use of a Canton 
flannel or birdseye cloth patch, and the 
neck back of the button must be long 
enough and of a diameter that will allow 
the use of a reasonable-sized patch. The 
tapering necked portion of a rod for a .22- 
caliber barrel can be a full inch and a half 
long to good advantage, for in addition 
to providing room for a good-sized patch 
it also permits getting the patch well start- 
ed into the bore before any part of the rod 
can rub on the edge of the rifling. 

We now come to the matter of the sol- 
vent, and we can dispose of this item 
insofar as black and Lesmoke powder foul- 
ing is concerned by simply saying that wa- 
ter or saliva will do the job properly. For 
Smokeless powder fouling there are many 
commercial solvents, all of which seem to 
do an excellent job. The Nitro Solvent de- 
veloped by the famous rifle shot of the 
early 1900's, Dr. Hudson, is extremely 
satisfactory. Dr. Hudson's Nitro Solvent 
is made up of the following ingredients 
in proportions shown: 

amyl acetate ... 1 part 
turpentine .... 3 parts 
sperm oil . . . 10 parts 

acetone 3 parts 

neutral kerosene . 4 parts 

It is evident that all of the other mate- 
rials in this formula are more volatile than 
the sperm or cylinder oil, and that after 
being exposed to the air a short time they 
will evaporate, leaving the gun coated 
with a thin film of oil. In many instances 
this film is sufficient to protect the arm 

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against rusting, especially if only a short 
time is to pass before the gun is used 
again. If, however, the gun is to be laid 
away for any considerable time, it should 
be coated inside and out with a heavier 
grease such as that supplied in tubes by 
most of the arms manufacturers and by a 
number of other concerns. 

Ni:i;d Patchhs, Cloih 
The only other items retjuired are patches 
and a piece of rather heavy cloth saturated 
with grease. These can be most conveni- 
ently kept in porcelain jars with screw 
tops such as druggists use for pastes and 
ointments. Fill one of the jars just men- 
tioned with patches and then pour either 
solvent or oil on them until they have 
absorbed all they will take. In this way 
the patches are all ready for use and also 
eliminate the chance of a broken bottle. If 
a drop of oil is needed, it is obtained by 
simply pinching one of the oil soaked 
patches. 

While the actual operation of cleaning 
a gun is rather a dirty job, it is a simple 
one, and inasmuch as a little soap and 
water will quickly remove the grime from 
the hands there is no reason for slighting 
it. If you are using Lesmoke ammunition, 
first push a dry patch through the bore and 
each chamber in the cylinder to get rid of 
the loose dirt. Now wet a patch with water 
or saliva and swab out the bore and cham- 
ber. Dry both with dry patches, then swab 
once more with a water-wet patch. Finally 
dry and finish by running a patch satu- 
rated with gun grease or solvent through 
the bore and chambers. Wipe off the ends 
of the cylinder, the breech of the barrel, 
and any other spots showing fouling. 
When this is done wipe off the outside of 
the gun with oil-soaked cloth and lay the 
gun away in a dry place. Do not store it 
in a holster or wrap it in paper or put it 
in a pasteboard box, for all of these sub- 
stances absorb moisture and can cause rust- 
ing. Wrap your guns in oil-soaked cloths 
or stand them in a gun case if you are not 
going to carry them on your person. 

(Continued on page 16) 

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Alcohol dulls driver 
judgment, CHP warns 

Drivers under the influence of alcohol 
continue to present a problem on our high- 
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"During the first five months of this 
year, drivers who had been drinking were 
involved in an average of one accident 
every 30 minutes on the rural highways 
of California," declared Patrol Commis- 
sioner B. R. Caldwell. "This includes 
those who were obviously drunk, those 
under the influence, and those who had 
been drinking although the degree of im- 
pairment was not known. 

"Although a small reduction in acci- 
dents involving drinking drivers has been 
experienced thus far during 1958, the 
driver who drinks is too frequently in- 
volved in fatal and injury accidents which 
is a major concern to enforcement person- 
nel," Caldwell stated. "In the enforcement 
field, the Patrol made 5,190 arrests for 
drunk driving during the first five months, 
an increase of 30, or 0.6% compared to 
1957. 

"Frequently drivers take the wheel of a 
motor vehicle after a few drinks thinking 
they are capable of meeting any emer- 
gency. Investigation proves, however, that 
much of the driving while under the in- 
fluence of alcohol can be attributed to a 
lack of realization of the hazards involved 
with such actions," he continued. 

"When a situation arises calling for 
fast, accurate judgment and action to avoid 
an accident, the driver who has been drink- 
ing finds his reactions slowed to the point 
where he may be in trouble." The Com- 
missioner concluded, "The best and safest 
policy is to refrain from driving if you 
have been drinking." 

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San Quentin shows arts and crafts 



The free and unfettered spirit of trea- 
tiveness was on display recently inside the 
big iron gates of San Quentin Prison. 

Occasion was the inmates' fourth annual 
Arts and Crafts Show, but was the first 
time the show was open to the public. 
Dates for the two-day showing were Au- 
gust 23-2-4. 

Thousands of spectators strolled cas- 
ually among the cleverly-displayed en- 
tries. If a person didn't notice nearby 
guard towers and stone walls, the whole- 
thing could have easily passed for an art 
show in Suburbia, U. S. A. 

Most Items Sold 

Most of the items were for sale anJ 
the better paintings and craftwork were 
snapped up at once. However, as the show 
entered its second day, large areas of blank 
space on tables and walls indicated that 
the public was really much pleased with 
all the entries. 

Price range for the paintings was from 
^0 cents to S^O and craftwork sold for 
25 cents to SI 00. Of these proceeds, 90 
per cent goes to the inmate artists and U) 
per cent goes to the sponsoring Inmate 
Council. The council uses it for prize 
money. 

Grand Prize Awarded 

For the most part, the people there had 
come for art's sake. But many who were 
just curious were there, too. As one house- 
wife said to an inmate-usher: "My hus- 
band and I cant tell a tint block from a 
cell block, but we think it's nice that jails 
encourage this sort of thing. " 

A judging committee of inmates award- 
ed the grand prize to Warren Parker's oil 
painting of a cell door in San Quentins 



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old Spanish tell block. 

Some 450 entries were displayed, in- 
cluding oils, water colors, tempera, draw- 
ings, pastels, sculpture, architectural de- 
sign and various handicrafts. 

Handicraft instructor G. E. Schmid 
stated that public response was wonderful 
and that the arts and crafts staff and the 
inmates were immensely pleased. 

A somewhat pathetic, yet frightening 



and violent, group of paintings were in 
the category entitled "Projective Drawing 
and Psychotic Art." They were done by 
inmates undergoing psychiatric treatment. 
Hanging calmly in a group at the end 
of this category were several peaceful 
landscapes, serene home scenes, and por- 
traits of good-looking women. Appro- 
priately enough, this category was titled: 
"Recovery." 




EXHIBIT BOARD MAZE was set up in the sunlit patio ot San (^uentin's recreation building. 
Event was prison's fourth annual arts and crafts show, but was first time showing was open to 
public. Huge crowds indicated show was big success. Left : metal handicraft is displayed on 
patio wall; right: visitor discusses oils with inmate-usher (back to camera). 

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DUDLEY PERKINS CO- 

Harley-Davidson Motorcycles^PR. 5-5323 

655 Ellis Street San Francisco. Calif- 

EL CAPITAN HOTEL 
Clean — Quiet — Comfortable ... VAlencia 4-9847 
2 361 Mission Street San Francisco. Calif. 

FAR EAST CAFE 

Famous Chinese Food - Cocktail Lounge 

63 1 Grant Ave.. SUtter 1-9985 San Francisco 

GEORGE G. PEARCE — Multiple Realtor 
Homes. Ranches. Income Property — TW 2 2418 
1070 Mackin Avenue Novato. Calif. 



Dairy Equipment — Pumps- 

872 Grant Ave.. TW 2 2681 



NORTH MARIN REALTY 

Multiple Realtors— Insurors — Rentals- Lea 
12 12 Grant Ave.- NOVATO— TW 2-982 

A & R BODY SHOP 
Auto Painting and Glass Installing 
862 Vallejo Ave. NOVATO TW 2- 

COOK'S AUTO REPAIR 

General Repair— Radiator Repair and Rec< 
867 Vallejo St., TW 2-3810 Novato. ( 



HART'S — Used Cars 

7420 Mission Street — PLaza 5-9050 
DALY CITY. CALIFORNIA 

EARL & ARLINGTON INC. 

770 Mission Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

CINDERELLA BEAUTY SALON 

52 1 Columbus Avenue — GArfield 1-6969 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

DEANS & HOMER 

340 Pine Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

SHIMA TRANSFER CO. 

1736 Sutter Street — JO 7-7880 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

WILLIAM H. ROSS 

Industrial Equipment — EXbrook 2-4490 
24 California Street — San Francisco. Calif. 

SAM MILON 

Painting Contractor — JUniper 6-6711 



GEORGE A. KAAS 

420 Market Slret — DOuglas 2-5095 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

STATE FARM INSURANCE— R. J. DONNELLY 

II89A Geneva Avenue — Phone JU 4-7525 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

MISSION PET HOSPITAL 

Drs. Albertson & Sujohn. Veterinarians 
720 Valencia St.— San Francisco-KL 2-0321 

HAAS WOOD AND IVORY WORKS 

64 Clementina Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

LION BOOK SHOP AND ART GALLERY 

Bruno Loewenberg — CRaystone 4 5522 
1415 Polk Street — San Francisco, California 



14 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



COMPLIMENTS 01- 

M. D. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE 

24-HOUR SERVICE 
James Buchanan 

SUtter 1-6923 
870 MARKET STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



JOHN LEAHY ASSOCIATES 

John W. Leahy 

SUITE 930 

433 CALIFORNIA STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

FLAMINGO ROOM 
Town & Country Bowl 

Chinese Foods lo Take Out 

:0 A.M. till 1 A.M. — Weekdays 

Fridays and Saturdays till 3 A.M. 

DINE — DANCE — COCKTAILS 

Banquets, Parties & Receptions A Specialty ! 

Telephone IVanhoe 3-0701 

2032 FULTON AVENUE 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



JAY'S CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 

VCe Operate Our Own Plant and Shirt Laundry 
FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY 

GA 8-8623 

6019 STOCKTON BOULEVARD 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



PIED PIPER COCKTAILS 

EXCLUSIVE — FRIENDLY — COZY 

Telephone IV 9-9738 
1311 FULTON AVENUE 



SACRAMENTO 



CALIFORNIA 



SUTTER MOTEL 

"GUEST COFFEE BAR' 

COMMERCIAL RATES — ROOM PHONES 

HEATED SWIMMING POOL 

Mace and Florence Chemnick 

A. A. A. Approved — 25 Modern Units 

Refrigerated • Radios and Television 

FRontier 1-5207 

P. O. Box 475 

1801 WEST CAPITOL AVENUE 

WEST SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



DIXON CLEANERS 

The Home Ouned Cleaners of Dixon 
CLEANING — PRESSING — REPAIRING 



Phone 8-5470 
B STREET 



CALIFORNIA 



GARDNER ELECTRIC APPLIANCE 

WESTINGHOUSE HOME APPLIANCES 

Electric Wiring and Repairs 

PAINTS — RADIOS 

Full Line of Variety & Gift Department 



OSborne 8-5461 
FIRST STREET 




LOAD OF LOOT from recent Fairfield bank holdup is checked in police headquarters at Vaca- 
ville, Calif. Robbers and bundle ($18,700) were in custody just U minutes after alarm was 
sounded. From left: Sheriff Tom Joyce; Fairfield police chief Rex O. Clift (since deceased); 
Bank of America fieldman Harry Nixon, and B of A's Fairfield branch manager, Leo Camp. 



EL NOVATO MOTEL AND TRAILER PARK 
Kitchen Accommodations — TcL TW 2-2991 

7530 Redwood Highway Novato, California 

BELLUCCI REALTY COMPANY 
"Results You Can Bank On" 

7464 Redwood Hyway, TW 2-223 1. Novato. Cal. 



LIQUOR MART — "Ope 

Retail Wines and Liquors 
1403 Grant Avenue 



7 Days a Week" 

Tel. TW 2-3722 
Novato. California 



M. C. JENSEN 
Contracting - Repa 

12 14 Grant A 



■PLUMBING 
Estimating - Jobbing 

TW 2-9109 Novato. Calif. 



CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



FRIEND 



HANDY DANDY DELICATESSEN & MARKET 
The Complete Quality Avenue Stop Shop! 

594 1 Redwood Highway South. Novato. Calif. 

THE CARDINAL DRIVE IN CLEANERS 

A Finer. Faster Cleaning Service — DA 3-9240 
62 5 Ramona Street Palo Alto, California 



MILTON CARPENTER 

HARDWARE FOR THE HOME AND FARM 
"Established — Going On A Century" 

Telephone 8-2189 

P. O. Box 456 

241 NORTH FIRST STREET 

"XON CALIFORNIA 

DIXON DRUG CO. 

■PRESCRIPTION SERVICE' 

Arnold Grussendore 

Where Courtesy and Service PLUS Accuracy 

Predominate Always 

THE REXALL STORE 



DIXON 



Phone 8-2156 



CALIFORNIA 



CALIFORNIA MEALFALFA CO. 

WHOLESALE DEALERS • CUSTOM MILLERS 
Alfalfa Meal ■ Feeds - Alfalfa Meal Molasses ■ Hay 



Pho 



97 



CALIFORNIA 



FINK'S DEPARTMENT STORE 

Men's, Women's and Children's Wearing Apparel 
STANDARD BRANDS — At Popular Prices 



OS 8-2034 
143 FIRST STREET 



CALIFORNIA 



SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, \')'>H 



15 



B) J. Ross DUNNU.AN 

The August matches at the Oakland 
Club were held under conditions that 
made it one of those perfect shooting days. 
Nice, sunny, no breeze, and 21'> shooters. 

It seems that the Highway Patrol team 
had the aggregate scores all their own way 
with Klipfel taking tirst place with an 
863, Captain Boomhower in the second 
spot with an S6(), and Bob Thomas took 
third prize with an 8'S6. The trio also 
took tirst places in four other matches and 
the team took the team trophy. There were 
many first place ties in many matches. The 
ties had to be broken by the number of 
shots in the X ring. 

Two ladies are going places with their 
shooting ability. Lois Bowes in the Expert 
Class has come a long way since her first 
shoot about six years ago, and little Jo 
Carroll, Master Class, is giving lots of the 
old timers plenty to worry about. 

Received a card from Alma & John 
Bellera from Alaska where they've been 
driving the Alcan Highway for the past 
two months. 

Here are the scores for the Oakland 
matches in August: 

SCORES 
.22 Kalioiuil Mutch 

Master Bob Thomas _ 294 

Expert , ...Lois Bowes 288 

Sharpshooter Don Watson 284 

Marksman Stan Dunphy 282 

TED BERMAN CO. — War Surplus 

Largest Camping Slock in Northern California 
■4')20 Franklin «c 2628 Fulton— So. Sacramento 

NEW HOME BUILDING SUPPLY 

Hardware Morwear PaintsLumber- Roofing 
53 10 Franklin Blvd.— Sacramento— CI 5-883 7 

ORIENTAL FURNITURE & APPUANCE CO. 

Modern Fumilure— CL 21989— CL 2-2933 
4866 Freeport Blvd. Sacramento. California 

WOOD BROS. & CO. 

Railroad Salvage — Building Materials 
206 Dos Rios — Sacramento, Calif— Gl 3-353 1 

ARROW RENTALS — Most Anything! 

Tools-Rollaway Bedslnvalid Needs, etc. 
5500 ■24lh St. iRoad) — Sacramento. Calif. 

P. S. DYER 



JACKSON DRUG STORE 

Hoffman H. Siebe — Phone 78 
42 Main Street — Jackson. California 

NORTHWEST DIAMOND TOOL CO. 

1018 Grand Avenue 
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



JUDGES LUSTER WASH 

2790 Van Ness Avenue — PR 6-2020 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

DEPENDABLE REFRIGERATION 

of San Francisco- 24-Hour Service— JU 4-3200 
1463 Cayuga Avenue — San Francisco. Calif. 

E. BOTTINO 

Plumbing and Heating — EXbrook 2 7587 
824 Vallejo Street — San Francisco. California 

PAOFIC AIR CONDITIONING CO. 

606 Natoma Street UNderhill 1-6812 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



Highway patrol team 
wins Oakland matches 



.22 TiiiieJ-jire Match 

Master Al Suarez 200 

Expert D. Potter 199 

Sharpshooter Art Braun 194 

Marksman Stan Dunphy 195 

CF National Match 

Master Milt Klipfei 291 

Expert Boone Crow 282 

Sharpshooter Don Watson 277 

Marksman Joe Frazier 272 

CF Rapid-fire Match 

Master John Holt 193 

Expert D. Potter 188 

Sharpshooter Bill Reed 184 

Marksman L. Barckley 180 

.-^5 National Match 

Master Cap Boomhower 287 

Expert ...D. Potter 281 

Sharpshooter Bill Reed 263 

Marksman Stan Dunphy 261 

Aggregate Match 

Master Milt Klipfel 863 

Expert D. Potter 839 

Sharpshooter Don Watson 813 

Marksman Stan Dunphy 801 

TEAM MATCHES 
Open Class 

California Highway Patrol 1142 

Expert Class 
Keene-Riese Supply Co 1085 



Best Wishes of 

Pacific Vegetable 
Oil Corporation 

Manufacturers — Processors 
Importers — Exporters 

Vegetable and Animal Oils 

DO 2-0990 

62 TowNSEND Street 
San Francisco, Calif, 



American 
Independent Oil 



HI Sutter Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



sharpshooter Class 

U. S. Coast Guard 1070 

Marksman Class 
Hamilton Air Force Base 1006 

Several teams are readying plans to go 
to Camp Perry for the big matches. The 
California Highway team, as usual, will 
make the trip and also as usual, they will 
do very well for themselves and the honor 
of the patrol. 

In the next issue of The Journal we 
hope to have a complete run-down on the 
San Francisco Police Department Inter- 
departmental Championship Matches. The 
shoot started September 18 and continues 
through November. 

PREFERRED DOMESTIC AGENCY 

Hotel -Restaurant -Resort- Nursing- Domestic 
82 1 Market St.— San Francisco— DO 2- 1043 

LEO J. MAHSOUD 



CALIFORNIA SHELLFISH CO. 

Producers and K'holetateri 

PRospeci 5-9241 

420 JEFFERSON STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



PINKERTON'S 

National Detective 
Agency 

EXbrook 2-5916 
Monadnock Building 
San Francisco, Calif. 



UNderhill 3-9411 

LEE'S 
Richfield Service 

LEE HALCOM 

Tuneup and Brakes . . . Tires and 
Batteries . . . Accessories 

2 Steiner at Duboce 
San Francisco, Calif. 



16 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



New law for turning signals 



Letting other drivers know in advance 
of one's intention to make a turn is a 
fundamental rule of safe driving. Too 
many drivers do not signal properly or 
signal during or after they make the turn- 
ing movement. Others signal only a brief 
interval before they execute their change 
of course. Obviously, these actions, al- 
though better than none, are little better 
than making no signals at all. 

To fully conform with the law, a driver 
should never turn a motor vehicle from a 
direct course or move right or left upon a 
roadway until and unless the movement 
can be made with reasonable safety and 
then only after giving the appropriate 
signal at least 100 feet in advance of the 
maneuver. That is the new law. Formerly 
the distance for giving the signal in ad- 
vance was 50 feet. Experience has shown 
that the change to a longer distance was 
necessary to assure greater safety in turn- 
ing movements, particularly on freeways 
and expressways where there is usually a 
brisk movement of traffic. 

War On Litterbugs 
The war on the litterbug is passing 
from the cold to the hot stage. Every mo- 
torist should be aware that a new section 
of the California Penal Code authorizes 



any city or county to pay a reward for in- 
formation leading to the arrest and con- 
viction of any person dumping refuse on 
highways or private property. 

Many cities and counties have already 
passed such ordinances. Others will be 
doing so in the future. Roadsides are not 
public dumping grounds and the cost of 
keeping roadsides clean is increasing. 
Cities and counties rightfully do not feel 
inclined to clean up at growing public 
expense the litter, garbage and trash 
tossed away by private individuals from 
motor vehicles. Patrolling highways all 
hours of the day and night to catch these* 
elusive characters disposing of their trash 
at other people's expense would also be 
prohibitive, so the new law was passed to 
help community authorities enlist the aid 
of the public in apprehending litterbugs. 
Freeway Defined 

Added to the California Vehicle Code 
is the new definition of a "freeway." In 
its exact wording, the definition reads: 
" 'Freeway' is a highway in respect to 
which the owners of abutting lands have 
no right or easement of access to or from 
their abutting lands or in respect to which 
such oweners have only limited or re- 
stricted right or easement of access." 



(Continued from page 11) 
Firearms 

If you are shooting non-corrosive Smoke- 
less ammunition, proceed as described for 
Lesmoke but use Nitro Solvent instead of 
water for swabbing. 

If you are carrying spare ammunition, 
it is best to use the clipbox instead of the 
old-fashioned ammunition belt. Keep your 
ammunition clean at all times. Grime, dirt 
and grease accumulates rapidly and were 
an emergency to arise, you might have 
quite a time reloading your gun. Remem- 
ber cleanliness of your gun and ammuni- 
tion might mean the difference between 
being among the living or underneath a 
headstone in the cemetery. 

Practice Shooting 

Success in pistol shooting is not depend- 
ent upon remarkable natural physical de- 
velopment or coordination. Expert shots 

C. N. BATES DRAYAGE 

445 Fulton Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 



are not expert because they were born to 
be; they become so because they learn by 
practice and study to do the job of hold- 
ing, aiming, and pressing the trigger cor- 
rectly. 

Present-day pistol shooting is done at 
three different distances. The indoor range 
is 20 yards in length, while the outdoor 
range is so built that shooting at 25 and 
50 yards is possible. 

It will be seen that the counting circles 
in the 2 5 -yard target (used for timed and 
rapid fire) are exactly the same size as 
those in the 50-yard target. The targets 
are, in fact, alike except that on the 25- 
yard target the bullseye contains only the 
9 and 10 rings, while in the 50-yard target 
the 8 ring is also in the black bulleeye. 

(The excellent advice on the care and 
use of death-dealing weapons was pro- 
vided by the Peace Officer Training Serv- 
ice in Oakland.) 

HOME GROCERY 

2801 - 22nd Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



Farmer's Market 

The Big One-Stop Food Centers! 

' 5040 Franklin Boulevard at 
26th Avenue 

• 1271 West Capitol Avenue 

West Sacramento 

• 3810 Marysville Road 

East Del Paso Heights 

SACRAMENTO, CALIF. 



MARGARET-S DRESS SHOPS 

"" ^^^J/S""^"" Boulevard - FL 5-6649 
SHARP PARK, CALIFORNIA 



Compliments of 
SAN FRANCISCO HATTERS 

454 Kearny Street — San Francisco, Calif. 



,^ ., PALACE FOODS AND LIQUORS 

J?i ^i'J"=L' ^^ Strykowski — ORdway 3-5305 
299 Eddy St., Cor. Jones — San Francisco, Calif. 



J. MICHIN 

821 I Melrose Avenue 
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 



The Complete 

Food Market of Fairfield! 

Telephone HA 5-4683 



P. O. Box 737 "^ 

1319 Texas Street 
Fairfield, California 



BRODERICK MARKET 

Quality Groceries. Meats, Fruit 6c Vegetables 
714 -3rd St.— Broderick, California— Gl 3-6473 

EYE STREET BRIDGE MARKET 

The Big Super Market of Broderick 
Foot of Eye Street Bridge — Broderick, Calif. 

J. M. PARKISON — Authorized Shell Dealer 

El Camino Real and College Avenue 

Palo Alto. California 



ARTHUR RAKE- 

708 Santa Cruz Avenue- 
Menlo Park 



-JEWELER 

-DAvenport 2-6280 
California 



JAYNE GARAGE 

1945 Hyde Street — GRaystone 4-9729 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



MARIAN SEIMAS 
Hosiery - Gloves - Bags — DA 3-3722 

4 I 7 University Avenue Palo Alto, California 

ART - CRAFT LINOLEUM SHOP 

Chas. H. Olivette, Owner — DAvenport 2-1473 
2 I 5 Hamilton Ave. Palo Alto, California 

DICK WRIGHT & CO. 

Realtors — DAvenport 2-2181 
801 El Camino Real Menlo Park, California 

CARLUN' PLACE 
Wc Serve Food and Beer — DAvenport 2-0345 

9 El Camino Real at Bridge, Menlo Park. Calif. 

JAPANESE HARDWOOD FLOOR CO. 

1865 OTarrell Street — WEst 1-583 1 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

G. H. & C. MARTINELLI — Plasterers 

174 Shotwell Street — UNderhill 3-6112 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

A. S. JAFFE COMPANY 

Confectionery- and Allied Products — PR 6-2662 

5 32 Larkin Street — San Francisco, California 

NEWS BUFFET LUNCH 

8! - 4th Street — EXbrook 2-9721 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

BRENNER MANUFACTURING CO. 

1034 Folsom Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

Compliments of 
DR. ELISHA B. SPILLER 

1290 Chestnut Street — San Francisco Calif. 



SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, ly-iS 



California's penal system —yesterday and today 



(Editor's Note: This is Dr. Stanley's linal 
article on the California Department of 
Corrections and is continued from the last 
issue of Thh Journal. Dr. Stanley here 
tells of the enormous increase in facilities 
during the 70 years from 1886-19')6.) 
1886 

The closest supervision was exercised 
over both the convicts' and the officers' 
kitchens to prevent any possible food 
waste. The bill of fare of the general con- 
vict's table was enlarged and greatly im- 
proved. Prisoners yielding extraordinary 
service to the state were rewarded by seats 
at a special table, and those who did their 
best in the lower planes of labor were 
given certain extra allowances from the 
commissary. 

1956 

A proper diet, carefully supervised and 
wholesomely served, is an important fac- 
tor in the treatment of the inmates, both 
from the standpoint of preservation of 
health and maintenance of morale. It is 
also an economy. Such a program means 
savings in the purchase of food, avoidance 
of waste and a reduction of the chances of 
dangerous, costly disturbances. Despite the 
constantly rising cost of food that has 
plagued every housewife, the average daily 
cost of feeding an inmate three meals a 
day totals only 68 cents. A large share of 
the food needs are met by purchases from 
the industries-operated farms, ranches and 
dairies at the institutions. 

Female Prisoners 
1886 

The addition to the building for female 
prisoners was mentioned in our last re- 
port. Upon its completion, the Woman's 
department was entirely reorganized. A 
competent Matron was placed in charge, 
sewing machines were purchased, and all 
able bodied prisoners allotted daily tasks. 
All clothing used at the penitentiary is 
now stitched in this department. The fe- 
male prisoners were distinctively uniformed 
for the first time, as the law contemplates, 
orderly habits have been enforced, and 
the atmosphere of the institution — moral, 
social and physical — improved in every 
aspect. There is no matter of prison re- 
form we feel more justified in congratulat- 
ing ourselves. 

1956 

Since the summer of 1952 the institu- 
tion has been located six miles west of 
Corona. It was necessary to activate the in- 
stitution at Corona prior to completion, be- 
cause of the serious earthquake at Tehach- 
api on July 21, 1952. It is built on the cot- 
tage plan, consisting of two cottage units 
with single rooms for fifty women. The 



/'; Dr. Li;o L. STANLl;^ 
Vornier Chief "Croaker" at San Quentin Penileiitiary 



present capacity is 454. A new building to 
house 120 women is under construction 
along with additional classroom facilities. 

Sewing is the main industry. The gar- 
ment factory is modern in every respect 
and affords good training for women. 
Garments manufactured in the sewing in- 
dustry may be sold only to public agencies. 
Visiting Days 
1886 

Custom had long tolerated a latitude in 
the way of \ isiting the prison at San Quen- 
tin, unheard of in any similar institution. 
Every Sunday the grounds were crowded 
with people, most of whom were attracted 
by morbid curiosity alone; and even on 
weekdays this was more or less the case. 
Prisoners were allowed to see their friends 
about at their own pleasure. Grave abuses 
arose from this license. The traffic in 
opium and other contraband articles was 
facilitated, discipline was demoralized and 
the officers seriously impeded in the dis- 
charge of their duties. Determined to cor- 
rect these evils, we confined visiting to the 
first and third Sundays of the month; and 
in order to effectually check the introduc- 
tion of opium, a wire screen was placed in 
the reception room to separate prisoners 
and visitors. We are happy to say that 
these precautions have been eflfectual in 
excluding contraband articles from the 
yard, and in doing away with much that 
was undesirable in the prison's manage- 
ment. 

1956 

The opening of the California Institu- 
tion for men (Chino) in 1941 ushered in 
a new concept in prison design and opera- 
tion. It is a prison without walls, where 
there are no officers in towers, and where 
inmates, dressed in civilian clothes mingle 
with their guests at picnic grounds on visit- 
ing days. Control of the inmate is main- 
tained by careful screening so that only 
men capable of profiting by its program 
and shouldering its responsibilities are sent 
there. This careful classification is backed 
by alert and skilled staff and by the cer- 
tainty that an inmate who cannot handle 
the comparative freedom of this minimum 
security institution will be transferred to 
another institution. 

Insane Patients 
1886 

Lastly, but most especially, we need an 
appropriation for a building for the crimi- 
nally insane. There is at neither prison quar- 
ters for the care of these unfortunate wards 
of the State. This is particularly true of the 
older prison. As a rule, those who are dis- 
ordered in mind are disordered in body 
also. 



Yet at San Quentin there are no better 
accommodations for these poor lunatics 
than a damp, unwholesome, dreary alley, 
into which the sunshine never comes, and 
in which exuberant health must soon decay. 

The law provides that such insane may 
be sent to either of the two lunatic asy- 
lums, but the Resident Physicians have 
regularly objected to receiving them. Their 
protests, we must admit, are reasonable. 
Setting aside the intractibility of such pa- 
tients and the great precautions that must 
be taken against their escape it is unjust 
to the innocent insane that they should be 
forced to associate with those whose in- 
firmity, as a rule, is the result of their own 
vices and ancestral debasement. 

Such an association, we understand, has 
a most disastrous effect upon the general 
inmates of Stockton and Napa Asylums, 
and we cannot blame the Resident Physi- 
cians for endeavoring to limit it. The only 
remedy lies in the construction of proper 
quarters, at one or the other prison, where 
the criminally insane can be cared for 
somewhat after the manner of civilized and 
humane usages. We suggest San Quentin 
Prison as the proper site, because the old 
hospital building, now disused, could be 
turned to a creditable lunatic asylum at a 
trifling expense. We sincerely hope this 
appeal may not be in vain and that Your 
Excellency will lay special stress on this 
point in your message to the Legislature. 

1956 

A unique institution, the California 
Medical Facility has custodial and legal 
features of a prison, but the staff and 
climate of a hospital. The Medical Facility, 
a special unit for handicapped male oflfend- 
ers, particularly the mentally disabled, was 
authorized by the Legislature during 1945. 
A site of 900 acres near Vacaville, Solano 
County, was purchased in 1948 and con- 
struction began in 1952. 

During the interim a limited program 
was established in 1950 in temporary 
quarters at the former Disciplinary Bar- 
racks, San Pedro, California. The pro- 
gram, staff and some equipment were 
moved to Vacaville during April, 1955, 
where the normal capacity of the perma- 
nent facility of 1,350 beds has been 
reached. 

The institution, presently, exclusive of 
the Reception-Guidance Center, has a total 
of 332 employees. The complement of 
patients includes approximately 200 tuber- 
culars, 200 psychotics, 150 homosexuals, 
100 drug addicts, 400 sex deviates and a 
variety of others who are physically and 
mentally handicapped. 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



SPAGHETTI PALACE 

Pizza, Spaghetti, Home Made 
Ravioli and Other Fine Foods 

PIZZA PIE 

Orders to Take Out 
CHARCOAL BROILED 

STEAKS 

GLadstone 2-0818 
Franklin Blvd. & 26th Ave. 
SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA 



Drivers should review laws 



Wonder Food 
Market 

The Most Modernized Market 
In Sacramento! 

"Tops in QUALITY 
Low EVERYDAY Prices!" 

4604 Franklin Blvd. 
South Sacramento, Cal. 



LAWRENCE'S 

Men's Wear 
Children's Wear — Variety 

Hlllcrest 5-1931 

5111-21-31 Freeport Blvd. 
Sacramento, Calif. 

Also in Bijou — Highuay 50 
At Ski Run Boulevard 
South End Lake Tahoe 



Park Villa Motel 

40 New Units — Some Kitchens 

Refrigerated Air Conditioning 

Individually Controlled Heating 

Tub and Shower Combinations 

ONE OF SACRAMENTO'S 

CLEANEST AND FINEST 

MOTELS 

Telephone GA 8-9303 
U. S. 99 & 50 At South City Limits 

6024 Stockton Blvd. 
Sacramento, Calif. 



Many California motorists when stop- 
ped by a police officer or highway patrol- 
man for violating some traffic law offer 
the protest: "I didn't know that was 
against the law." 

Ignorance of the law, of course, is no 
exxuse, and for this reason everyone who 
drives should regularly review the traffic 
laws as outlined in the Vehicle Code. 

Test your knowledge by answering 
these questions prepared by the California 
State Automobile Association: (Answers 
given on page 20.) 

1 . Can you be cited for driving less -"■ 
than the posted limit? 

2. Is the correct signal for a right turn 
arm held up? 

3. Is it permissible to park alongside 
a curb painted white for a period of not 
more than 10 minutes? 

4. When approaching a YIELD sign at 
an intersection, must you slow to at least 

Broderick Auto Service Paint and Body Shop 

Complete Body Rebuilding — Gilbert 2-4676 
42 7 --C- Street — Broderick, California 

WAYNE'S BRODERICK PHARMACY 

328 Third Street — Gilbert 2.5883 
BRODERICK. CALIFORNIA 

FEIL'S MOTEL 

Fishers and Hunters Welcome — Phone 636J 
523 Sacramento Street — Nevada City. Calif. 

A Royal Welcome Awaits You I 

RANCHO MOTEL 

760 Zion Street — Nevada City, California 



WILLIAMS HOME — Men's & Boys' Wear 

Headquarters for the latest — Always! 
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GRASS VALLEY LIQUOR STORE 

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CHARLES' USED FURNITURE — Bargain Center 

Corner Grass Valley-Nevada City Highway 
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15 mph. even if no vehicles are approach- 
ing on the intersecting street? 

5. Is it permissible to double-park un- 
der certain conditions ? 

6. Must you yield the right-of-way to a 
pedestrian crossing the street at a corner 
if there are no white lines marking the 
crosswalk ? 

7. May a person who has moved to 
California from another state use his out- 
of-state driver's license until it expires? 

8. When approaching a school bus 
■ whose red lights are flashing, must you 

stop if the bus is on the opposite side of 
the road ? 

9. Is it permissible to throw a lighted 
cigarette out of your car if you are careful 
not to strike anyone with it? 

10. Is it legal to make a U-turn at an 
intersection where there are traffic signals 
if you have the green light? 

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Motor Rewinding and Repairing — MO 2-6774 
43 1 Community Lane — Woodland. Calif. 

R. C. "DICK" LUNT 

Realtor. General Insurance — MO 2-8693 
400 Main Street — Woodland. Calif. 

JACK LOHSE COMPANY 

Fertilizers - Seeds - Agricultural Chemicals 
WOODLAND. CALIFORNIA 

FORTNA'S TIRE SHOP & TRUCK TERMINAL 

Diesel Fuel-TiresBatteries-Tire Repairs 
P.O. Box 239-Woodland, Calif. -MO 2-7307-06 

BEN BARROW CO. 

Byron Jackson Pumps-Ames Irrigation Systems 
220 No. East Street MO 2-4091 Woodland 

T- v. CHRISTISON & SONS 

General Machine Work and Welding Jobs 

456 Fifth Street — MO 2-6067 — Woodland, Calif. 

NONPAREIL CLEANERS 

"All That the Name Implies " 
4 19 Main Street — Woodland, California 

TAFOYA'S DRI'VE-IN MARKET 

Groceries & Fresh Meats — Beer «c Wine 
Rt. 2 Box 103 — MO 2-2 137 — Woodland, Calif. 

ORRICK OIL CO. 

Distributors of Petroleum Products — MO 2-5481 
183 West Main — Woodland. California 

CORK 'N BOTTLE 

Woodland's Leading Liquor Mart 
93 W. Main St.— Woodlan d, Calif.— MO 2-5072 

AMOS METZ — Boats-Motors-Hardware 

Rental Service — Welding Supplies 
Brown's Corner— MO 2-500 1— Woodland, Calif. 

MEMORIAL FLORISTS 

C. L. Pugh and Sons — "Woodland's Finest" 
Main and West Slrets — Woodland. California 

E. E. LUHDORFF CO. — Pumps 

Well Drilling — Sprinkler Systems 
West Main Street — Woodland. California 

SUNSET RICE DRYER 

P. O. Box 797 
WOODLAND. CALIFORNIA 



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Lumber Headquarters of Woodland 
P. O. Box 217 — Woodland, California 



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Gas-Oil-Groceries— Phone MO 2-4050 
1022 Main Street — Woodland Californi 



A. COTE — Your Handy Grocer 

Where Your Business Is Appreciated! 
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SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, lyss 



IV 



He fried to steal San Francisco 



Jose Yves Limantour walkcil mt^i thu 
office of the Board of Federal Land (lorn- 
missioners in San Francisco on F'ehruary ■>, 
1853, and presented a claim that stunned 
the office force into silence. 

His apparently valid claim was to four 
scjuare leagues of land in and near San 
Francisco, including most of the present 
downtown district, the Farallones, Alca- 
traz. Verba Buena, the Tiburon Peninsula, 
and more than 600, 000 acres of land in 
the interior of California. 

The sta^e had been set for this enor- 
mous fraud by the strange conditions pre- 
vailing after the Mexican War, when 
Americans were taking over California, 
the National Automobile Club points out. 
The web of Spanish and Mexican law con- 
cerning property w.is a weird one and one 
that was heavily entangled. The landmarks 
set down as limits of the various proper- 
ties were such temporary items as "a steer 
skull near a tree." "a tall sycamore at the 
edgeof the river," or "the end of the adobe 
wall." Properties so delimited were set 
down in a strange legal system in a strange 
language, and most frontier lawyers of the 
day knew practically nothing of this law 

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or this i.mgu.igc. 

Onto this stage stepped Limantour with 
his claim. A native of F'rance and a seafar- 
ing man, he presented a story to the effect 
that in 1843 he had given certain monies 
and goods to Manuel Micheltorena, at that 
time Mexican Covernor and Comman- 
dantc (icneral of C;alift)rnia. In return for 
these favors, Miiheltorena had given Li- 
p.iantour these grants of land. 

To buk hi; fantastic claim, Limimtour 
had an array of official letters and docu- 
ments signed by Micheltorena, Bocanega, 
then Minister of Exterior Relations for 
Mexico, and President Arista of Mexico, 
the last letter addressed in 1S52 to the 
Board of I'ederal Land Commissioners and 
comnicnding the claim. 

Stumped by this array of official docu- 
ments, the Land Commission was about to 
hand over San Francisco to Limantour. 
Certain Federal properties, however, such 
.IS the Presidio and the custom house, were 
involved, and the United States Govern- 
ment decided to take a hand in the pro- 
ceedings. Congress set aside $200, 000 to 
investigate the matter and sent Edwin M. 
Stanton, later Secretary of War under Lin- 

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10 Main Street — Woodland, California 

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coin, to conduct the investigation. 

Stanton did a remarkable job. He col- 
lected old land grant records from all cor- 
ners of the city and from all sorts of de- 
caying containers. He organized these into 
bound volumes. He collected all the evi- 
lience o( any kind he could possibly find. 

With this before him, Stanton discov- 
ered that the kind of paper that bore Mich- 
eltorena's signature just didn't exist in the 
Western United States at the supposed 
time of the signing. He also discovered 
that the "official seal" appearing on the 
Limantour papers appeared nowhere else 
on the official papers emanating from 
Monterey. 

The claim was then revealed as an enor- 
mous conspiracy involving a former gov- 
ernor of California and a former member 
of the Mexican cabinet. 

A Federal Grand Jury indicted Liman- 
tour for fraud. He put up $30,000 bail 
and fled, carrying with him some $300,- 
000 that the citizens of San Francisco had 
paid him in good faith to clear title to 
their land. 

Thus closed what might have turned out 
to be "the most stupendous fraud in the 
history of the world." 



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Nieto 

Continued from page 9) 

had it pointed right at Nieto's stomach. 
"Drop it or I'll shoot, " shouted Nieto. 
Both men — both armed — played a ma- 
cabre game of cat and mouse, each waiting 
and trying to back the other down. Nieto 
out-bluffed his opponent with sheer bra- 
vado. The suspect dropped his gun on 
the car seat and got out, hands raised high. 
He was through, he'd had it, he said. 
Killer Sentenced 
It wasn't over, however, for Nieto. 
The suspect's girl friend got out and calm- 
ly pointed another pistol — this one at 
Nieto's heart. He called her hand, too, 
and she gave up. The driver, his com- 
panion, and another couple in the car 
were all arrested. The killer is now serving 
a long term at San Quentin. 

The above incident is typical of Nieto's 
five years of police service. His record 
now includes three meritorious awards and 
15 commendations. 



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HENRY J. WRIGLEY 

7"^']^''i*'j^1"'P,'"l"'5°- ~ Phone: LYtell 3-5448 
750 industrial Road — San Carlos, California 

REEDS PHARMACY— Pr 

Vitamin Headquarters — 
I 79 Second Avenue — Sa 



scription Chemist: 

Diamond 4-8273 
I Mateo. California 



HARTLEYS STUDIO 
Piano & Violin Instruction — Phone 3-2 83 7 
^1^ N. San Mateo Drive— San Mateo. Calif. 



■,-,A ■ """".^ GABLES GUEST HOUSE 

7i4 Laurel Avenue — Phone Diamond 3-9970 
SAN MATEO. CALIFOR NIA 

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SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



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CALIFORNIA 



HUBER TOOL WORKS 




ABOARD THE ADVENTURESS for the recent ceremonies were, from left: Under-sheriff 
John P. Ftgone; Inspector Dan O'Leary; Dan London, SF Chamber of Commerce director and 
1st veep; SF Mayor George Christopher; Sheriff Matt Carberry, and Supt. Frank Smith. 

Sheriff Carberry deputizes 13 

Mayor George Christopher attended the 
pre-ceremony luncheons on the Adven- 
turess and the Jolly Roger of Captain 
Leavitt Olds. 

The captains are s?a-going ambassadors 
of good will of the Chamber. They are 
now fully deputized for law enforcement 
within the City and County's limits of San 
Francisco Bay, and serve as volunteers to 
assist law enforcement agencies. 
Fleet Serves Many 
Formed in 1951, the unique fleet has 
acted as official judges in yachting regattas 
and other maritime events. They have also 
hosted hundreds of distinguished visitors 
on cruises around the Bay, greeted new 
liners, and welcomed naval units. 

The new Marine Division will supple- 
ment the Sheriffs Air Squadron and the 
Mounted Posse. "Vincent Raney is adjutant 
of the squadron and Jack Mailliard is cap- 
tain of the posse. 



The Sheriff's Office of the City and 
County of San Francisco now can say 
truthfully that it can work on land, on 
the sea, and in the air. 

Landlubbing deputies they've had for 
quite some time. They've also utilized an 
air squadron and a mounted posse. 

But it wasn't until recently that the 
Sheriff's Office finally got its own Marine 
Division. Sheriff Matt C. Carberry offi- 
cially deputized 13 captains of the Great 
Golden Fleet, San Francisco Chamber of 
Commerce. 

Mayor Attends 
Brief ceremonies honoring the captains 
and authorizing them to aid in law en- 
forcement in San Francisco Bay took place 
aboard the Adventuress. The yacht belongs 
to Commodore Dan London and is the 
flagship of the fleet. It was anchored off 
Angel Island, a tip of which forms the 
northeastern limit of San Francisco County. 



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SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA 



SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, 1958 



BELMONT MANUFACTURING CO. 

505 O NEILL AVENUE 
BELMONT CALIFORNIA 

SKYLINE MATERIALS. INC. 

HciwARD E. Marks, President 

Phone Quarry: DI 4-6J08 

Risidcnce: FI 5-5594 

P. O. BOX 2^8 

BELMONT. CALIFORNIA 

214 - 36ih AVENUE 

SAN MATEO CALIFORNIA 



SNIDER CONSTRUCTION CO. 

HOMES — APARTMENTS 
COMMERCIAL Bl'ILDINGS 

5515 VilNW'AY 
SAN MATEO CALIFORNIA 

TOWN & COUNTRY REALTORS 

"A Friendly Reliable Service' 
Albrey Glang - Paui Constantino 

Burlingame OSice — 185S El Camino Real 
Diamond 4-5701 

Millbrae Office — 1587 EI Cammo Real 
JU 8-5814 



WILLIAM WALLACE COMPANY 



CALIFORNIA 



Phone Fireside 5-2"-f8 



New patrol cars for Hillsborough police 



KIBBY'S DRIVE-IN 



36TH AVE. AND SOUTH EL CAMINO REAL 
SAN MATEO CALIFORNIA 



A. B. MOULDING 

PAINTING CONTRACTOR 

Phone Fireside 5-3307 

2030 QUEENS LANE 

SAN MATEO CALIFORNIA 



CHIC'S RESTAURANT 



Phone Diamond 3-9642 

563 SOUTH B STREET 

SAN MATEO CALIFORNIA 




THF HILLSBOROUGH POLICt UEPT. recently purchased two new four-door Ford station 
wagons, thus venturing into a new field of municipal police patrol car units. Both include fire 
extinguishers, ropes, axes, oxygen inhalators, and, due to some 400 private swimming pools 
and two lakes in the town, each wagon also has some life-saving gear. Above, Police Chief 
W. J. Wisnom receives delivery order from Cal King of Doane-Minto Ford Sales, Burlingame. 



LO REENE'S BAKERY 

IF ITS FROM LO REENES BAKERV 

ITS LUSCIOUS! 

8 WEST HILLSDALE 

SAN MATEO. CALIFORNIA 



SUZANNE'S BAKERY 

IF ITS FROM SUZANNE'S ITS GRAND! 

^20 BROADWAY 

MILLBRAE CALIFORNIA 



THE VILLA SANITARIUM 

Jos. SarTO, Msr.-Otint-r 

HOSPITAL CARE FOR PROLONGED 
MEDICAL CASES 



PLaza 50411 
1.^0 VALE STREET 



DALY CITY 



CALIFORNIA 



GATES & FOX COMPANY 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
G. Clay Gates — Kirk H. Fox 



Phone Diamond 4-9183 
329 PRIMROSE ROAD 



BURLINGAME 



CALIFORNIA 



BELMONT TOOL CO. 

H. MiiToN Peterson 



Phone LYiell 3-4908 
HARBOR BOULEVARD 



CALIFORNIA 



STEWART GARAGE — General Auto Repair 

LYiell 3-5444 
7 76 Old County Road Belmont. Califomi, 



Capt. Bolger retires 

After 21 years of service, Captain An- 
thony J. Bolger retired September 18 from 
the Oakland Police Department. 

Capt. Bolger, 55, is finishing out his 
service on accumulated vacation time. Offi- 
cially he will retire October 25. 

QUIZ ANSWERS 

(From page 18) 

1. Yes, if traffic is heavy, visibility is 
poor or other conditions exist which make 
it dangerous to drive at this speed. 

2. Yes. 

3. No; stopping in a white zone is per- 
missible only when picking up or dis- 
charging passengers or depositing mail in 
a curbside box. 

4. Yes. 

5. No. 

6. Yes. 

7. No. 

8. Yes, unless it is a divided highway 
or an intersection controlled by a traffic 
officer or official traffic signal. 

9. No. 

10. Not unless a sign permitting a U- 
turn is posted. 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



hy Abe Rabinowitch 

Editor's Note: Mr. Rabinowitch has 
been in the process serving business since 
1946. He and his stajf have served over 
a quarter million documents. 

I'm in the business of tucking cold 
court papers into hot little hands. 

These papers have chilly words on 
them, such as "Summons," "Subpoena," 
"Order To Show Cause." The people re- 
ceiving them don't always do so happily. 

As a result, I've been chased with 
knives, spears, broomsticks and guns. I've 
also been treated to drinks — and received 
the Gypsy Curse in three languages. 

One man I served with an order started 
tearing the hair out of his beard. A woman 
once threw a valuable vase at me — then 
sat down and told me the story of her 
life. Cleaned up, it would have gone over 
great in True Confessions Magazine. 

Legitimate Tricks 

Just about anyone is liable to be tagged 
with legal papers. I've served distin- 
guished senators and ordinary citizens; 
movie stars and swindlers, baritones and 
barristers. 

Financiers have shaken my hand — to 



Confessions of a process server 




find themselves holding a summons. 

Recently I served the president of a 
great automotive empire. I've used all the 
tricks in the book — legitimate, that is — to 
bring suspicious folks out of hiding. I've 
called "Delivery service!" outside apart- 
ment doors, and handed out rose bouquets 
concealing legal documents. I've pegged 
summons-wrapped rocks through win- 
dows, and chased Prominent Names about 
hotel lobbies. 

Once I made up like a fish peddler to 
catch a black marketeer. And once I was 
inside a delivery van when a load of fur-' 
niture was delivered to a notorious proc- 
e:sducker. 

Diva Served On Stage 

I've even sung opera for my attorney- 
clients. A famous Wagnerian diva was 
giving a one-night-only performance at 
our local opera house. Madame had been 
alerted to us. Practically all the twenty 
process servers who operate out of my of- 
fice tried to serve her, but couldn't get 
past the army of agents, directors, man- 
agers, and assorted long-hairs. 

So I went to a costumer, rented the 
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ed backstage with the rest of the supers. 
■While the orchestra blared the melody and 
Madame pitched her arpeggios, I walked 
on stage and handed her the paper. Never 
missing a measure, she warbled, "Was ist 
los.' " I took a highly operatic stance, and 
loosed a chesty "Das ist kleine summons- 
2o! " 

Madame makes music that is definitely 
not in the script, and comes after me with 
her spear! Our client was grateful, but 
he never did understand the extra charge 
for Band-Aids. That spear was sharp! 

Newly-weds A Problem 

Some persons take an entirely different 
attitude. Back in 1946 when my brother 
Maury and I were just getting started in 
process serving, he said, "Abe, can you 
stop by on your way home and serve this 
Mrs. Pottsworth.' She's being sued for 
clothes she bought when she worked as a 
model before her mariage last month." 

It was a nice apartment and the man 
who let me in looked fairly prosperous. I 
said, "I'd like to see Millie. It's personal. " 

Well, he gave me a sub-zero look, said 
she was taking a bath, and that he'd call 



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Woodland Title Guaranty Co. 

Policies Vnderu-rillen by 

SECURITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. 

H. 1. Shearer, President 

A. W. Potts, Vice-PresiJeni 

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Phone 2-8579 — Wreckers MO 2-8190 

1240 AND 1242 EAST MAIN STREET 

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA 



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KNIGHTS LANDING HIGHWAY 

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SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, 19'>K 



23 



The inside story of an important service 



her. Pretty soon he comes back and we 
smoke several nervous cigarettes. After a 
while Mrs. Pottsworth enters, all dressed 
up tor visitors. A real doll, but worried. 

She looks at me. We all look at each 
other. Then 1 hand her the summons. She 
stares a minute then starts laughing. 
"Look, honey, it's only a summons I" He 
starts to beam. "Oh, is th,il all!" They 
both start talking and explaining how he 
thought I was her Past, and she thought 
that's just what he'd think, and how re- 
lieved they both were. 

Operation Narrowed 

Can you succcsstully duck the process 
server .' 

Sometimes a man or woman can man- 
age to stall, but sooner or later he'll be 
tagged. 

I've had cases where expenses were un- 
limited. I've placed one man near the sub- 
ject's home, another near his office, an- 
other at his garage, at his favorite bar, 
bookie, and girl friend's apartment, each 
armed with a copy of that important white 
paper. Given enough information, we can 
narrow our operation to a timed event — 
such as the time of plane arrival or depar- 
ture. When he's due at the theater, party, 
or job. It's very seldom a person can or 
will pull up stakes and leave town. 

Most of us are geared to routine, and 
once a process-server learns those routines, 
it's just a matter of time and patience. 
Most attorneys advise their summons- 
ducking clients: "There's no point in try- 
ing to hide out. Relax and accept the paper 
gracefully." 

Case of the Strangler 

You never know what to expect from a 
day's route. You might get a kick in the 
pants, or a bunch of bananas. I've had 
both. Sometimes the cases that look easy 
are actually the tough ones. On the other 
hand, there was Strangler Jarvis, an ex- 
bone-breaker who'd been bounced on his 
head a little too often. I rang his doorbell. 
He stuck his pin head out an upstairs win- 
dow. "Hah!" he growled. "Process server! 
You wait!" 

I waited. 

A minute later he opened the door, 
pointing the largest shotgun I have ever 
had pointed at my middle. "Get out! Or 
I bloiv you to pieces!" 

He had a good idea there. I got out and 
thought about Strangler while making 
some other calls. So I went to a phone 
booth and called him. "Look, Jarvis, you 
did an illegal act. It's against the law to 
point guns at people. Especially when 
they wear glasses. 'You could go to jail." 
There was a long pause. "The law don't 
like it.' " 



"The law gets very unhappy about it. 
You don't want the law unhappy with you, 
do you.-' " "No," he says. "I'm sorry. You 
come back. I take the paper." So I went 
back, he took the paper, apologized, shook 
hand, and I went back to the office. 
Early Service 

As a matter of fact, our three Attorneys 
Messenger Service offices do more than 
serve individual papers. A firm of attor- 
neys called us in when a law suit involved 
a large partnership. Porty-two executives 
had to be served with an assortment of 
papers — all at once! 

We lined up process servers at five one 
morning. Several cars dropped them oflf 
at 42 addresses. Promptly at six a.m., they 
all moved. Forty-two sleepy individuals 
staggered to front doors to find themselves 
clasping sheafs of legal papers. By six- 
thirty the boys were phoning in to say the 
job was done. 

A divorce case proved even more intri- 
cate. Lawyers wanted to serve papers on a 
San Francisco bank in which the husband 
had concealed funds. But which bank.' 
There are I'JO banks and branches in the 
city. Well, restraining orders were pre- 
pared and the moment the bank doors 
opened next morning, 150 men and wom- 
en walked into HO banks and served 150 
officials. Results? Not one, but two fat 
accounts were revealed in the errant hus- 
band's name! 

Biggest job we ever had was to serve 
14,500 papers for a government agency. 
There were four big packing cases full, 
and our office staff worked to midnight 
for a week, indexing, and arranging docu- 
ments according to street addresses. The 
boys worked all weekend, and by Sunday 
night 14,500 persons were served. 

What Summons Can Mean 

But it's the individual services you can't 
figure. A summons can mean many things 
to the person who gets one. It may be a 
divorce, or a claim for an auto collision, 
or an unpaid bill, or a court order to move 
a fence, or build a wall, or quit keeping 
geese in your back yard. 

A circus wild-man wouldn't let his wife 
listen to Liberace and she took legal ac- 
tion against him. He was working at a 
carnival. He spotted me, ducked, and 
climbed to the top of one of those test- 
your-strength gizmos, about twenty feet 
high. He'd have kicked me down if I 
tried to follow, and showed all signs of 
spending the night there. Not far off is 
an East Indian gentleman with a large- 
sized elephant. We made a deal. The ele- 
phant wraps his nose around me, lifts me 
up, and I hand Wild Man his paper. Four 
pounds of peanuts scjuared me with the 



INLAND OIL 
COMPANY 

F. (;. Housf.r, Distributor 

BEACON GASOLINE 

MAC MILLAN MOTOR OIL 

CAMINOL DIESEL FUEL 

Telephone Gilbert 3-2093 

1450 SPROULE 
SACRAMENTO, CALIF. 



Best Wishes From 

Woody s Plumbing 

Woody Nickel 
GL 2-4541 -42 

2136 Sutterville Road 

SACRAMENTO, CALIF. 



Chevron Truck 
Station 

"Hudg" Hudgins, Prop. 

24-HOUR SERVICE 

Scales, Gasoline, Diesel & Butane 

Truckers Parking Area and 

Bunk Room 

Telephone GI 3-9735 

Highway 40 

324 North i6th Street 
Sacramento, Calif. 



IV 9-3653 

Darkenwald 

Construction Co. 

Inc. 

General Contractors 

2131 Fulton Avenue 
Sacramento, California 



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elephant. 

Then there was a merchant sailor 
known as "Roving Eye," named defend- 
ant by a young lady who claimed he was 
responsible for her unplanned but immi- 
nent motherhood. I met his ship, and had 
him pointed out. He acted like he had a 
paternity suit pending in every port, be- 
cause he took off with me in pursuit. We 
made a fast tour of the ship. He hit a wet 
spot on the deck and skidded into a cap- 
stan. I skidded too, but managed to tuck 
the papers in his hand as I whizzed by. 

THE FLAMINGO MOTEL 

??n''Wf"'*''i^ Air - Swimming Pool— FR 1-5081 
920 West Capitol Avenue — West Sacramento 



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Farmer's Market 

Nunn Bros. Quality Meats 
Freezer Wrapping 

"Home of Week-Lotig Specials" 
MU 2-1905 -HA 5-3105 

Pleasant Hill - Fairfield 
California 



Barden Bumpers, 
Inc. 

C. G. Harden, President 

Two Plants to Serve You! 

Plant No. 1 — MOhawk 2-4980 

1217 Alice Street 

WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA 

Plant No. 2 — WAbash 6-2004 

P. O. Box 90 

ALBANY, OREGON 

With the Best 



Jackson's Finest in 
Food and Cocktails 

Wells Fargo Club 
and Restaurant 

WE CATER TO BANQUETS 

Open 6 A.M. till 11 P.M. 

Daily and Sundays 

Photie 454 

Main & Water Streets 
Jackson, California 



Momentum being what it is, I kept going, 
tripped on a cable, and found myself in 
the briny. 

A Close Call 

Some folks take their summons pretty 
seriously. In a divorce case, the man was 
an ex-con. He'd been in State peniten- 
tiaries twice, and in assorted jails numer- 
ous times. He was said to be a hop-head, 
and had announced he'd kill anyone trying 
to serve papers on him. 

I got his wife to set up a meeting with 
him in a downtown restaurant to "talk 



CREST MOTEL 
_^On U. S. 40 & 99W - West Capitol Ave. 
'■— ''-■"' ... . - nento, Calif. 



1-6701 — West Sa 



L and M 

DRIVE-IN 

RESTAURANT 

American & Real Chinese 
Cantonese Dishes 

orders to take out 

Hours 6 A.M. till Midnite Daily 
Telephone HI 7-7085 

501 Broadway 
Sacramento, Calif. 



Bar-B-Q-Heaven 

Bar-B-Q Foods to Take Out 
• Bar-B-Q Spareribs 
•Bar-BlQ Chicken 

• Bar-B-Q Sandwiches 
"Over 25 Years of Matchless 
Flavor — Never Equaled 
Anywhere Yet!" 

2711 Fulton Avenue 
AND 1218 Alhambra 

Sacramento, Calif. 



BRYTE DAY & NITE 

TAXI 

24-Hour Service — 100% Union 
Stand at Capitol Inn! 

GI 8-3788 

Radio Dispatched — Fully Insured 

Careful Courteous Drivers 

1529 SACRAMENTO AVE. 

BRYTE, CALIFORNIA 



terms." I couldn't believe what Id heard 
when I saw him. A little bit of a skinny 
guy, not quite five feet tall, and maybe a 
hundred pounds with his shoes on. I 
walked over, handed him the summons. 
He looked at me kind of sad-like. I turned 
and started away. 

Some premonition must have made me 
turn. Here he is with a razor-edged clasp- 
knife in his pinkie. I grabbed him and 
began hollering "cop." The blue-coats 
came and gathered him up. He hadn't 
touched me with the knife, but you should 



SILVEY'S MOTEL 

1030 West Capitol Avenue — FRontier 1-4601 
WEST SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA 



WOODLAND BOWL 

cafe — COCKTAIL LOUNGE 
"Bowl Your Cares Au-ay" 

Phone MO 2-9915 

I Mile East of Woodland on River Road 

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA 



SUTTER CLUB 

Cocktails — Italian Dinners 
Cafe Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. 

VISIT THE HEART OF THE MOTHER LODE 

Jimmy and Revna Bellotti 

SUTTER CREEK CALIFORNIA 



VISIT THE FAN CLUB 

rioyd and Eielyn Williams, Your Hosts 
TOPS IN COCKTAILS 



SUTTER CREEK 



In the Heart of 



CALIFORNIA 



C. SORACCO CO. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

Radios and Television • GE Appliances 

L. & H. Appliances • Linoleum • Cement 

Maytag Washers • Fuller Paints 

Hardware and Plumbing Supplies 



SUTTER CREEK 



congress 7-5612 



CALIFORNIA 



CLUB PHEASANT 

Italian Dinners 

Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge 

FINE FOOD & COCKTAILS 

Served Daily - Closed Mondays 

John Rivera and Fred Andretti 

Telephone FRontier 1-9977 

Two Miles South of El Rancho 

on Jefferson Boulevard 

West Sacramento, Cal. 



SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, 19'i8 



25 



have seen the bruises where my knees 
had clanked together ! 

Personal Delivery 
I'm sometimes asked why we have to 
go through all this nonsense of "personal 
delivery." Why not mail the papers? Or 
leave them under the door ? 

There's a very good reason. The papers 
I ser\e put people on notice that some 
important legal action has been taken 
against them. They get a chance — usually 
a certain number of days — to contest the 

CLARK TRUCKING SERVICE. INC. 

FKonlirr 1-468) — P. O. Box 37 

807 West Acrr Road - W«t Sucramenlo. Calif. 

JOHN L. TOLLETT 

AUTO WRECKING 

Pjrl, lor All Muiri — Vsed Can Bought & Sold 

Largest Stock in the County — Late MotJels 

CLOSED MONDAYS 



Pbont Jackson 455W 
ON HIGHWAY 88 WEST 



action. If they don't, the court has to 
assume they have no defense. And it rules 
against them. The court's decision may in- 
volve big money or important property 
rights. 

There's too much at stake to depend on 
careless or casual delivery of notices. The 
law insists on a sworn affidavit by some 
responsible citizen saying that the papers 
were "persoihilly iieliiered to ,iiicl lejl 
with" the proper person. That way, 
chances for mistakes or fraud is greatly 
reduced. 



REYNOLD'S MOTORS 

Good Used Cars — CL 6.893i 
ankWn Blvd. ^ South Sacrament 



THOMPSON AUTO PARKS 

STORE 

MArket 1-6696 

50 THIRTEENTH STREET 

If^KECKINO YARD 

VAlcncia 6-2929 

1298 EVANS AVENUE 



Old Well Motel and Grill 

Air CoilMlioiliil - llrjlrj Suimming Pool 

(told Panning ■ Piinic droundi 

T-Bone Steaks $1.95 On the Dinner! 

Open 6 A.M. till 10 P.M. 7 Days Weekly 

Phont Chapel 5-6467 
STATE HIGHWAY 49 



DRYTOWN 



CALIFORNIA 



CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO 



GEO. BEALE ENTERPRISES 

The \X^orkingman'i Headquarters 

Groceries - Meats - Hardware - Tools 

COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

AT THE EYE STREET BRIDGE 

BKODERICK CALIFORNIA 



BEST UISHES 

YUBA RIVER LUMBER CO.. INC. 

Complete Line of Building Materials 

Redwood • Sugar and Ponderosa Pine 
Douglas Fir • White Fir • Cedar 

Phone 489 



CALIFORNIA GRASS VALLEY 



CALIFORNIA 



STANDARD STATION 3-1057 

IN THE HEART OF JACKSON! 
Standard Oil Products Exclusively! 
Ernie Cuneo, Consignee-Manager 

112 WATER STREET CORNER BROADWAY 
JACKSON CALIFORNIA 

"49" & "88" CHEVRON SERVICE 

CtARENCE Heatley, Owner 

Best Lube Jobs in Town! 

Atlas Tires, Batteries and Accessories 

Telephone Jackson 663 

CORNER SUTTER AT HOFFMAN STREETS 

JACKSON CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMESTS OT 

LIBERTY REALTY CO. 



Telephone GArfield 1-1660 

THE T. H. WILTON CO. 

Photographic and Identification Supplies 

1155 FRONT STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



SOUTHER WAREHOUSE CO. 



GRaystone 4-7000 
1006 NORTH POINT 



GOLD CENTER CLUB 

Featuring Smorgasbord and Complete Dinners 

Phone GV 9 

HIGHWAY 49 

BETWEEN GRASS VALLEY AND 

NEVADA CITY, CALIFORNIA 

JOHN T. BEVANS TYPESETTING 
CO., INC. 

GArfield 1-4152 
532 SANSOME STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



SKyline 2-2436 
1921 HAYES STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS 01- 

SHELL OIL COMPANY 

THIRD AND ARMY STREETS 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

YORK CORPORATION 

Subsidiary of Borg-Warner Corporation 
ENGINEERED MACHINERY DIVISION 
Philip M. Ashvorth, Branch Manager 

Telephone UNderhill 1-1248 
1275 FOLSOM STREET 



Greetings and the Best to All 
Law Enforcement Officers 

COMPLIMENTS 01- 

THE COFFEE POT INN 

WAInut 1-9796 

1550 DIVISADERO STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

PARK HOTEL 

UNderhill 1-7790 
1040 FOLSOM STREET 

ATLANTIC HOTEL 

UNderhill 1-9056 
226 SIXTH STREET 



YUKON HOTEL 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



RUTHERMORE GALLERIES 

JOtdan 7-4473 
3024 FILLMORE STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



LEEDS TV 

RADIO AND TELEVISION SERVICE 
Color Specialists 

Shop Mission 7-2005 

MISSION 7-1062 

3285 TWENTY-FIRST STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

BEST WISHES 
F. M. HUGHES 

COSGROVE & COMPANY. INC. 
of Los >tnge/es 

3663 WEST SIXTH STREET 
LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA 



BEST U ISHES 

JULES J. COVEY 

■DRIVE CAREFULLY — SPEED KILLS" 

1741 IVAR AVENUE 
HOLLYWOOD CALIFORNIA 



26 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



BOB AND DON'S 
Union Service 
o — San Francisco. Califo 



BUFFA'S UNION SERVICE STATION 

2 I si Avenue «< Noriega Street 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

PAULS UNION SERVICE 

99') Ocean Avenue 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

RELIABLE WATCH REPAIR SHOP 

Watches. Clocks-Jewelry — SK 2-2779 
548 Clement Street — San Francisco, Califor 

DEAK AND COMPANY 

460 Post Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

THE CELLAR 

Cellar Jazz Quartet Nitely 
5 76 Green Street — San Francisco, Califorr 



CompHmenfs of 
E. A. JOHNSON AND CO. 

SUtter 1-6701 

166 CALIFORNIA STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



VALENTE - MARINI • PERATA 



649 GREEN STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



ROBERT E. BOULWARE 

PAINTING CONTRACTOR 

Licensed and Insured 

SHEET ROCK TAPING • SANDBLASTING 

WATERPROOFING 

JOrdan 7-2211 

1143 GOLDEN GATE AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



BEKINS VAN AND STORAGE 
COMPANY 



INTERNATIONAL PAINT CO. 



SOUTH LINDEN AVENUE 
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORIvllA 



COAIPL/AIENTS OF 

ELWORTHY & COMPANY 



Investment Securities 
111 SUTTER STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



COAIPL/AIENTS OF 

CATTOLICA AND LINDWALL 

FOOT OF HYDE STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

C0AIPL/A1ENT5 OF 

JUDGE JOHN W. BUSSEY 

MUNICIPAL COURT OF THE 
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



HONIG COOPER -HARRINGTON 
& MINER 

1275 COLUMBUS AVENUE 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. 

AlOrOR TRUCK Dll'ISION 



610 BRANNAN STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



NOTRE DAME HIGH SCHOOL 



347 DOLORES STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



AZEVEDO BROS Jewelers 

Distinctively Designed 

ENGAGEMENT AND WEDDING RINGS 

WATCHES — SILVERWARE 

1. Arthur Azevedo, Certified Diamond Expert 

Graduate Gemologist 

SUtter 1-0063 

Suite 321, Shreve Building 

210 POST STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

NEAL McNeil. INC. 

JOrdan 7-8787 

3855 GEARY BOULEVARD 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



SILVER CREST DO-NUT SHOP 

RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

P. Lynch and J. Fitzgerald, Proprietors 

Restaurant Phone 

AT 8-0753 



340 BAYSHORE BOULEVARD 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

NATIONAL MONUMENT 
COMPANY 

Better Memorials For Less 
Joseph Klackner 

JUniper 7-8245 
5715 MISSION STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



MArket 1-3520 

THIRTEENTH AND MISSION STREETS 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



HOUSE OF PRIME RIB 

Two Hours Free Parking 



TUxedo 5-4605 
1906 VAN NESS AVENUE 



PALACE-NEW MONTGOMERY 
GARAGE 



125 STEVENSON STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



OUR LADY OF VICTORY 
SCHOOL 



CLUB TON-JO 



LYNCH CARRIER SYSTEMS 



659 PINE STREET 2410 MISSION STREET 695 BRYANT STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, 1958 



27 



Telephone YUkon 659^9 

Philippine American Travel 
Agency, Inc. 

Air ami SVj Tr.imforUlinn 

Irdght loru.trJrr, 
Emiif H. Heridia, Presiiltnl 

386 GEARY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



COLONIAL UPHOLSTERING SHOP 



Fillmore 6-7793 

1846 UNION STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMliNTS 01 

TAKAHASHI 

JAPANESE FOLK A R 1 

Phoiit JOrdan 7-9373 

1661 POST STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALI FOR N I A 

LENCi TRAVEL BUREAU 

BY PLANE • BY SHIP • BY BUS 

BY TRAIN 

uhicheicr ii;i) you prefer.'.' 

DOuglas 2-5450 — SUtiir 1-6947 

453 COLUMBUS AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



JOHN'S UNION SERVICE 

Lubrication - Tune I'ps - Brake Work 
John Ostrom 

476 MONTEREY BOULEVARD 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



EXCELSIOR BAKERY 

JU 5-2521 
4492 MISSION STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



RESIST -STAIN GROUT 

H SIMPLE DO-ITVOIRSILI JOB 

Grcalcsi advancement in Tile Filler for sink lops and 
floors — noi a cement, but a durable non-staining 
Thermosetting resin. Recomended and approved 
by the TILE COUNCIL OF AMERICA, 

Send $7.50 to COOK TILE COMPANY. 334 Clare- 
mont Boulevard. San Francisco, for your grout kit. 
(Instructions enclosed.) 



BF.SI WISHES I KOM 

SILVA'S SHELL SERVICE 

2249 TARAVAL STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



CO,MPf./.;iENTS 0/ 

OTIS CLARK & CO. 

KEI,\SII<.t,\CE 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



MONARCH HUBER CATERERS 

4127 TWENTY. FOURTH STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Cadillac Motor 
Car Division 

Situ Fraucisco Branches 

Doirntoivii 

1000 Van Ness Ave. 

PRospect 5-0100 
Stoiiestoivti 

20TH Ave. and 
Buckingham Way 

Lombard 4-7400 



Le Trianon 

Restaurant Fran^ais 

• 

Yukon 2-9353 

242 O'Farrell Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



Coldwell, Banker 

and Co. 

real estate 

insurance 

property management 

LOANS 
Phone SUtter 1-5420 

57 Sutter Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



EDWARD ETCHECOPAR 

Gnrdenrr BAyvicw 1-2892 

2645 Clcm-nt Street Snn Friincisco, Calif. 

DAMONTE REALTY 

I I89A Geneva Avenue jUniper 6-8580 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

SPEEDOMETER EXCHANGE SHOP 

All Miikes of Speedomelers— GRoystone 4-3738 
819 tills Street -^ San Francisco. California 

TIFFANY SUPER SERVICE 

Rio Grande Products — VAlencia 4-9891 
29th «< Tiffany - San Francisco. California 

CHAS. SEGALAS & CO. 

Established 1862 — F.Xhrook 2-7188 
461 Bryant Street - San Francisco, Calif. 



isco— JU 5-8217 



BOSWORTH CLEANERS 

JU 4.S5IO — 647 Bosworlh 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

HAIGHT STREET GARAGE 

645 Haighl Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

DARIO'S COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

I4J0 Liirkin Street — TUxtdo 59768 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

BUCKBEE THORNE & CO. 

145 Sutler Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

WONG'S CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 

Herbert Wong. Prop. PRospect 6-2024 
1634 Bush Street San Francisco. Calif. 



COMPLLMENTS Or 

FRANCISCO LOPEZ 
Consul General of Honduras 

NUMBER 9 FIRST STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Coniplhnents of 

Sears Roebuck 

Employees 

Cafeteria 

Geary Blvd. and 

Masonic Ave. 

San Francisco, Calif. 



Compliments of 

First Western 

Bank and Trust 

Co. 

405 Montgomery St. 
San Francisco, Calif. 



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DEL BAUMGARTNER — General Contractor 

lome Building. Repairs, Alterations - VA 4-3862 
5524 Third Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

BIG BOY MARKET 

BAY AND COLUMBUS 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



GOLDEN LILY CAFE 
a.m. - Fridays flc Saturday; 
-1939 McAllister— San Fra: 



Weekdays 
. Calif. 



SMOKE HOUSE 

Polk 6c Clay 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

MONTCLAIR RESTAURANT 

550 Green Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

PEREZ BROS. 

2904 Twenty-Third Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



QUALITY AUTO PAINTING 

1075 Golden Gate Avenue 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

MANFRED HERMAN PAINTING CO. 

1826 Thirty-Second Avenue 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



STANLEY E. GUSTAVSON — Attorney-at-Law 
1470 Russ Bldg.— San Francisco — DO 2-7088 

LITA CANSINO— Dance Studio 

"Dances of Spain"— PRospect 6-7997 
450 Geary Street — San Francisco, California 

AMERICAN-SPANISH DELICATESSEN 

2702 Twenty-fourth Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

ARROW LIQUOR STORE 

Delivery Service — OV 1-8826 
4541 Irving Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

BRENNEKE SHEET METAL CO. 

Marine Repairs — GArfield I -77 I 6- 1 7 
2 34 Spear Street — San Francisco. California 

BIG DIPPER 

Ice Cream-Home Made Quality — LO 4-3550 
2 742 Judah Street — San Francisco. California 

THE ALTERATION SHOP 

Expert Fitting on Women's Apparel — YU 6-1061 
830 Market Street. Rm. 608 — San Francisco, Cal. 

FOSTER-BOWMAN-RAPHAEL 

530 Mason Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

Dependable Upholstery & Draperies Co. 

2127 Irving Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

BERNARD HOTEL 

A Friendly Hotel - Reasonable Prices-PR 6-4542 
344 Jones Street — San Francisco, California 

PACIFIC COAST PAPER CO. 

I I I I Seventeenth Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

ANDERSON & ROWE 

2501 Harrison Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

THE FWD PACIFIC CO. 

850 Harrison Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

VERNON COLLINS, JR., M.D. 

Physician «c Surgeon — JOrdan 7-1 100 
2006 Sutter Street — San Francisco. California 

M. B. MOOSLIN, M.D. 

Physician «c Surgeon — Fillmore 6-6080 
1811 Fillmore Street — San Francisco. Calif. 

DR. FRED H. LAWRENCE 

2345 Ocean Avenue 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

DAY & NIGHT TV SERVICE 

1322 Haight Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



WORRALL CAMERA COMPANY 

565 9 Selmaraine Drive 
CULVER CITY, CALIFORNIA 

G. T. MARSH & CO. 

Oriental Art Collectors — GArfield 1-5661 
522 Sutter Street — San Francisco, California 

JOHN J. BARRETT, JR. 

Insurance Broker' — EXbrook 7-2 740 
220 Montgomery Street — San Francisco. Calif. 



TOWER CAFE 

Finest Cocktails - Wines - Liqu 
1525 Grant Avenue — San Frai 



HOTEL 

Modem Fireproof Buil 
242 Turk Street — Sa 



D W A I N E 



DR. CHARLES B. HOBRECHT 

209 Post Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

L A C Y ' S — Misses Style Center 

" ats-Suits — 1435 Broadway — Oakland 
2524 Mission Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

LEDU & AHONEN, INC. — Auto Reconstruction 

Bumper, Fender and Body Service — UN I -7 I 81 
13 1 South Van Ness — San Francisco. Calif. 

Steacy's Famous Roundhouse Restaurant 

"Enjoy the view — Tasty Food, loo!" — Fl 6-8416 
Golden Gate Bridge Toll Plaza— San Francisco 

RANDOLPH'S FINE FOODS 

Imported Liquors — Catering Service — JU 7-7688 
5 125 Mission Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

THE BLACK SHEEP 

Featuring Cafe Society Strip Stars — PR 5-7611 
645 Geary Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

Compliments of 
HENRY'S FASHION RESTAURANT 

270 Market St. — San Francisco — SU I -8485 

MAC'S ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

3778 Mission Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

ROMO TOOL & DIE CO. 

10 Heron Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

CANON KIP COMMUNITY HOUSE 

Eighth and Natoma 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

DUNKIT DONUTS — Donuts & Snails 

Wholesale & Retail — DOuglas 2-15 77 

745 Columbus Avenue — San Francisco. Calif. 

THE LAWSON ROOFING CO. 

Asphalt-Gravel Roofing — UNderhill 1-8245 
130 Steiner Street — San Francisco. California 

ROSE-O-FAYE CLEANERS 

771 Capp Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

AUNGER ARTIFICIAL UMB CO. 

1633 Market Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

SILVIO CARRARA — Insurance Broker 

315 Montgomery Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

Books For Sale and Rent 

CHESTNUT BURR 

3208 Scott Street — San Francisco. Calif. 

CHAMPION CLEANERS 

Dry Cleaning- Laundering- Dyeing- Repairs 
1668 Haight St.— San Francisco — UN 3-1347 

DEE'S BAR-B-Q 

Barbecued Ribs-Home Cooked Food— EX 7-05 72 

285 Third Street — San Francisco. California 

R. E. LEWIS 

Original Prints and Drawings 
555 Sutter Street — San Francisco, California 

H. V. CARTER CO., INC. 

Farm. Garden. Golf Course Equipment 
52 Beale Street — San Francisco. Calif. 

WALT'S TEXACO SERVICE 

Tires - Tubes - Batteries — UN 3-0280 
Tenth and Harrison Strets — San Francisco 

LUCKY'S SIGNAL SERVICE 

2 101 Lombard Street — Phone Fillmore 6-8236 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



LAWRENCE-LLOYD SPORTSWEAR 



718 MISSION STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

GRAND LODGE— CABALLEROS 
DE DIMASALANG. INC. 

EXbrook 2-3728 

439-443 BROADWAY 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

WILLIAM A. DICKERT 

THE STAGG SMOKE SHOP 

NUMBER THREE KEARNY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



BARRY. O'NEIL & DIERCKS 



256 MONTGOMERY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 



IDEAL CEMENT CO. 



310 SANSOME STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



LORTON PROPERTIES 



1141 MARKET STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

GREETINGS BOYS 

F. W. KOENIG 

606 SOUTH HILL STREET 

LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA 

DRIVE CAREFULLY 



(UIiriHtmaH i>;inial IBargatn 

AL PEARCES PITTED PRUNE GIFT PACKS 

"Gourmet Prune of all Priifies" 

People rave about these steamed Giant French Prunes packed in beautiful 
gold colored boxes and shipped direct to your loved ones and friends — 
The whole family can enjoy this present. By-pass Christmas shopping. 
Send a post card for my order blanks and more information. We supply 
enclosed greeting cards for you — the price including handling and mailing: 

WHERE CAN YOU BEAT THIS? 

1V2 Lb. PACK $2.50 

2 Lb. PACK 3.50 

3 Lb. PACK 4.50 

If you wish to make up your own list now, your check is good with me — 

Be sure and print your list. 

Hope you have a MERRY CHRISTMAS, I Hope, I Hope, I Hope. 

AL PEARCE PRODUCTS 

Box 24697, Village Station Los Angeles 24. Calif. 



YUkon 6-2526 

Pacific Industries 

hicorporated 

Pier 36 
San FraiNCISCO, Calif. 



Amalgamated 


Meat 




Cutters 






LOCAL 115 






• 




3012 


Sixteenth 


Street 


San 


Francisco, 


Calif. 



YCkon 2-1568 

POMONA FIRST 
FEDERAL SAVINGS 

and 
LOAN ASSOCIATION 

UPLAND OFFICE 

Foothill Blvd. and Fifth Ave. 
Post Office Box 241 

Upland, California 



Best Wishes 

Utter McKinley 

MORTUARIES 

Los Angeles, Calif. 



Best Wishes 


Robert C. 


KIRK WOOD 


State Controller 


Drive Carefully . . . 

Speed Kills 



WAR MEMORIAL OPERA HOUSE 

SAN FRANCISCO 

OPERA 

September 12 to October 23, 1958 

MEDEA Sepccmbet 12 and 18 

IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA . September 13 
DON CARLO . . . September 16 and 20 
LA BOHEME . September 19. 27, October 2 
RIGOLETTO . September 25 and Oaober 20 
IL TROVATORE . Sept. 26 and Oct. II 
THE BARTERED BRIDE . Sept. iO & Oct. 4 
THE WISE MAIDEN followed by 
CARMINA BURANA . October } and 9 
LA FORZA DEL DFSTINO . . October 7 
GIANNI SCHICCHI followed by 

ELEKTRA October 10 and 16 

TANNHAUSER . . . October 14 and 18 

MANON October 17 

LE NOZZE DI FIGARO . October 21 and 25 
Single performance ticket sale begins August 
18 at Opera-Symphony Box Oflicc. Sherman 
Clay & Co., EXbrook 7-0717 and all Bay 
agencit 






<5m- 



BULK RATE 
U. S. POSTAGE 

PAID 

San Pranciico, Cal!(. 
Permit No. 3172 



THE PLACE TO MEET 

AND HEAR THE BEAT 

OF REAL NEW ORLEANS JAZZ! 



UCid Ory 's 

ON'THE-LEYEE 



NOW! TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY FROM 9 P.M. 



987 EHBARCADERO 
Formerly the Tin Angei 



OPPOSITE PIER 23 
EXbrook 7-2452 



KEEP THIS MAP ... IT HELPS YOU FIND 



PARKING! 




^FREE PARKING 



FROM MARrN 

SO EASY.. FOR DOWNTOWN SHOPPERS 

. . to get to! /^J 

. . to park in! 

..to pay for! THE DOWNTOWN CENTER GARAGE 

MASON & OFARRELL 



you shop in ^jqo Finest downtown stores give each customer one 
right stores) 

hour Free Parking. (Obtain list in garage lobby.) 



FROM 
PENINSULA 



FROM EAST BAY 



DOWNTOWN CENTER GARAGE 



AT MASON & O'FARRELL • S. F.'s HOTEL & SHOPPING HUB 



You Pork and Lock your own Car 
No waiting or car damage 

Chevron Gasolines — R.P.M. Motor Oils 



ii^ar wv^ii 



• X' »l '^ 



klu^l I IViii^ I ^ 



• 



K INi A L 





Testimonial 
dinner held in 
San Francisco for 
Director Zaragosa and 
Captain Moody, 
(see page I 1} 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



PARK FREE*... and ENJOY YOUR SHOPPING 



IN DOWNTOWN SAN FRANCISCO 



KEEP THIS MAP ... IT HELPS YOU FIND 

PARKING! ^ ms,^,%^: 




FROM 
PENJNSUIA 



DOWNTOWN CENTER GARAGE 



AT MASON & O'FARRELL • S. F.'s HOTEL & SHOPPING HUB 



. . to gef to! P^rk and lock your car. No damage to car or con- 
. . to park in! 

.. to pay for! tents. No waiting — 2 minutes IN or OUT. Plenty 

^ fREE o^ space— 1200 stall. 



*200 Stores Give Customer Free Parking — 
See Lisf in Garage Lobby 



FROM EAST BAY 



SUtter 1-1918 

Compliments 

The Ritz Old 
Poodle Dog 

Founded 1849 

San Francisco's Oldest 
French Restaurant 

Lunch, Dinner, Cocktail 
Lounge 

Open Daily 

11:30 A.M.- 10:30 P.M. 

Sunday 4:00 P.M. 

Louis J. LaLanne 
Managing Owner 

65 Post Street 



AT water 8-6643 

Scott-Atwater 
California Company 

650 PoTRERo Avenue 
San Francisco, Calif. 



Compliments of 

Woerner Bros. 
Cigar Co. 

2499 Mission Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 




lUKUi 



QiQ] 



Business Office: 465 Tenth Street 

San Francisco 3, California 

Phone MArket 1-7110 



ALL CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA 
LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES 

Published by 

Police and Peace Officers' Journal 

our foreign exchanges 

the garda review 

2 Crow St., Dublin. Ireland 

ALERTA. A. V. JUAREZ 

Desp. 6. Mexico. D. F. 

REVISTA DE POLIOA 

Rioja, 666, Buenos Aires. 

Republic of Argentine, S. A. 

CONSTABULARY GAZETTE 

Belfast, Ireland 

POLICE NEWS 

New South Wales 

POLICE JOURNAL 

Wellington, New Zealand 

GEORGE BOHOT Editor 

MAE McDERMOTT Secretary 

SUBSCRIPTION TERMS— $6.00 a year, pay- 
able in advance; 60c a number. In Canada, 
$7.00 a year. Remittance must be made by 
Post Office or Express Money Order. 

IMPORTANT NOTICE — Do not subscribe 
to POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOUR- 
NAL through agents unknown to you per- 
sonally, or who cannot present proper creden- 
tials on our stationery. 

ADVERTISING RATES on application. 

.T!^gc. SO 



NOVEMBl'R-DLCliMBl'R, 1958 



It's always safer 

dealing only with 

people you know 

and can trust 



OUR THANKS to .ill of you who wrote, 
phoned, or otherwise let us know 
that you liked the September-October issue 
of Thi: Polick & Pi-ace Officers Jour- 
nal. We benefited from your suggestions, 
your constructive criticisms, and from your 



f What' 



tisers have tailh in us, and also because 
our Advertising Representatives have 
worked hard to make it a success. 

Recently, however, our representatives 
began running into all sorts of problems. 
Some of our so-called competition is sys- 
tematically trying to smear other maga- 
zines of this type. These people, in their 
best beady-eyed, wet-lipped manner, often 
spread half-truths, even one-quarter 
truths, but mostly just bald-faced lies 
about Tm-: Journal and its official rep- 
resentatives. 

Mud-Slin(;ers At Work 

The mud-slingcrs say that ours is a 
"phony" publication. This by itself is 
enough to expose their tactics. Just plain 
common sense points out the glaring fact 



cards. This world has come to a sorry pass, 
indeed, when a policeman or a peace of- 
ficer can be intimidated by the purchase 
of a magazine advertisement. 

The trouble-makers use another cheap 
trick . . . that of bootlegging our station- 
ery. They 11 use faked (ontracts and re- 
ceipts to dupe the unwary businessmen 
into believing they are dealing with Tm: 
Police & Peace Offici:rs Journal. 
(Sample of faked receipt is shown below.) 
A Warning To Advertisers 

For many years. The Journal's staff 
box has carried a warning stating that 
businessmen should not deal with agents 
unknown to them or who cannot present 
properly signed credentials on our station- 
ery. If there is still some doubt, Thi: 
Journal office is always glad to handle 
any and all inquiries. First of all, how- 



s going on arou 



ndh 



ere? 



comments in general. It is our sincere 
hope that The Journal continues to 
grow and progress as it has in the past, 
and that it will continue to merit your 
readership and support. 

It would appear to be smooth sailing 
from here on. But whoever coined that 
phrase apparently never heard of the pub- 
lishing business. 

Magazines Must Make Money 

The Journal is an independent mag- 
azine using the printed word to furnish 
a two-way means of communications be- 
tween all law enforcement agencies in 
California and Nevada. The magazine is 
published by tax-paying private enterprise. 
In fact, we are no different from the rest 
of the police-type magazines ... all of 
them are a business venture and have to 
make money in order to continue pub- 
lishing. 

We are not putting out a social maga- 
zine, a political magazine, a charity maga- 
zine, or a "shake-down" magazine. Our 
Advertising Representatives sell adver- 
tising space, nothing else . . . they have 
not and will not sell ads on a so-called 
"protection" basis. The Journal's Ad- 
vertising Representatives have been doing 
a most competent and efficient job for the 
past 36 years. 

The Journal Is Their Target 

The Journal has been built into one 
ot the best police-type magazines in the 
West, mainly because our many adver- 



that we couldn't have stayed in business 
since 1922 if we were "phony." Our many 
shelves of bound back issues of The 
Journal is our answer. 

Some of these self-appointed protectors 
of the public's business morals further in- 
sult the advertiser's intelligence by hand- 
ing out so-called "protection" cards. Ob- 
viously, the inference here is that the ad- 
vertiser will be given special treatment or 
special privileges by law enforcement 
agencies. 
Beware of "Protection" Cards 
It just doesn't work that way, and The 
Journal hereby warns advertisers about 
these worthless, so-called "protection" 



ever, make sure you're dealing with Thi; 
Police & Pi:ace Officers Journal — 
so many police-type publications today 
have very similar names. 

Many People Have Helped Us 
At this time of year, however, we're 
eager to forget our problems and woes, 
such as they are. Instead The Journal 
wishes to thank the many police depart- 
ments and other law enforcement agencies, 
the many civic groups, and, of course, 
our many advertisers. All of you have been 
very considerate and helpful to our mag- 
azine during 1958. 

Our best wishes for a happy and pros- 
perous New Year. 




advertising 



CONTRACT 



July 2nd 1958 



I ar* h*raby oulhofliad fe Intwl 
POLICe JOURNAL «, 



Our 



Qng 



Baglnning wllti Hm tn.nv. 

upon pvblicotlon, •xcapHng iingl« Insertion! 




Ad»rti>in>nl In Tho SAN FRANCISCO 

. Timot, 10 occupy '^^rd tpoco 

luuB. o! a coit of '' «0'^ Oollori payobi* tnonrtiy 

poyabl* Ifl advance. 

Jefferson lUrket 



Rocolvod by 



st.~. >4Q27 2i>th Street., -!TI 8 1? J>0 

CHy ond Sum Sa« — Franci s oo 

_Ag*o.i«.d by V.T . r'jlUSSOUraS 



Here's a sample of a fraudulent advertisement where tfie imjioster used fake Joi rnai 
stationery. Businessmen should be wary of solicitors unknown to them or who cannot 
present proper Pol ic;e & Peac:i; OfUCERS Joi rnai credentials. Bogus salesman kept 
money for this ad, but Joi rnal gave merchant free space anyway. 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



Relax . . . DINE and WINE at the 

WHIT C OM B 

Dining Room 

SUNDAY DINNER 

From $2.25 

DINNER DE LUXE 

Cocktail Hour and Dinner 

$3.50 including I/2 bottle of wine 

Parking Free 

Use New Auto Entrance 

8th to 9th on Market Street 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 



Compliments 


of 


Diamond Chemical 


Co. 




• 




720 Clementina 


Street 


San Francisco, 


Calif. 



The Baxter Co. 

Manufacturers Representatives 

101 Kansas Street 
Sah FRAr;cisco, Calif. 



Good Things to Eat At 

Broadmoor 
Coffee Shop 

Meet Your New Host 
Les Johnston 

or 3-1932 

1499 Sutter Street 

San Francisco, Calif. 



Koret of California 

• 

611 Mission Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



ART COLVIN 

Real Estate — Insurance 

9 

PL 5-1000 

1999 Junipero Serra 
Daly City, Calif. 



QUALITY AUTO WORKS 

WAInut 1-4700 

1075 GOLDEN GATE AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

SILVER CREST DO-NUT SHOP 

RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE 
P. Lynch and J. Fitzgerald, Props. 

RestauranI Phone AT 8-0753 

Bar Phone MI 8-9954 

340 BAYSHORE BOULEVARD 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



DEMOLITION & CRANE RENTALS 

FLORA CRANE SERVICE 

250 MENDELL STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



THE RELISH BAKERY 



6356 MISSION STREET 
DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 



CALIFORNIA MOTOR EXPRESS 



50 BRANNAN STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

THE 

HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI 

BANKING CORPORATION 

OF CALIFORNIA 

80 SUTTER STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Complimet2ts of 

V. J. Tovatt Co. 

• 

1188 Harrison Street 

San Francisco, Calif. 



The Robert Dollar 
Company 

Lumber and Shipping 

•k 

EX 2-8454 
311 California Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



ADDRESSOGRAPH-MULTIGRAPH 
CORPORATION 



39 SECOND STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CAUFORNIA 



With the Complimenis of 

NEJAT SONMEZ 



San Francisco Turkish Information 
Office 

347 STOCKTON STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



NOVIiMBIiR-DliCHMHHR, I'J^fi 



Consulate General of Pakistan 



2606 PACIFIC AVE. 
SAN KRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

\ il Facnzi LO 4-0575 

PINK POODLE BEAUTY SALON 

lovmerh 

Claudius Beauty Salon 

KMnliiBs h> Appoinimcnt 

2145 TAR AVAL STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



ENGSTRUM AND NOURSE 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

923 FOLSOM STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

AMERICAN INDEPENDENT 
OIL COMPANY 

ROOM 2040 

111 SUTTER STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

\VEs( 1-0127 

TERRY A. FRANCOIS 

ATIORNE'S- AT LAW 

2085 Suiter Siri-it. Room 201 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



WEDGEVCOOD Aulomalic Gas Ranges 

Now More Than Ever . . . 

"The finest Kame in Cooking" 

Wedgewood-Holly Appliance Co. 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

REV. HUGH W. JAMIESON 

Minister. Methodist Church 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



DUDLEY PERKINS COMPANY 

H.,rlcynuiiJu,n Motorcycle Distributors 
SINCE 1914 

PRospcct 5-5J23 

655 ELLIS STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



DIRECTORY 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Hall of Justice, Kearny and Washington Streets 

Telephone SUtter 1-2020 

Radio Short Wave Call KMA-438 



Mayor, Hon. George Christopher 



POLICE COMMISSIONERS 

Regular Meetings Tuesday, 2:00 p.m.. Hall of Justice 

Paul A. Bissinger, President Davis & Pacific Ave. 

Thomas J. Mellon 390 First Street 

Haroid R. McKinnon Mills Tower 

Sergeant William J. O'Brien, Secretary 
Rtiom 104, Hall of Justice 



CHIEF OF POLICE Thomas J. Cahill 

DEPUTY CHIEF OF POLICE Al Neider 

Chief of Inspectors Daniel McKlem 

Director of Traffic Ignacio J. Zarago/a 

Dept. Sec'y Sgt. John Butler Hall of Justice 

DISTRICT CAPTAINS 

Central — Charles Borland 635 Washington Street 

Southern — August G. Steffen Fourth and Clara Streets 

Mission — John Engler 124o Valencia Street 

Northern — Harry Nelson 941 Ellis Street 

Richmond — Walter S. Ames 451 Sixth Avenue 

Ingleside — Arthur Williams Balboa Park 

Taraval — Thomas Flanagan 2348 Twenty-fourth Avenue 

PoTRERO — Edward Greene 2300 Third Street 

Golden Gate Park — Ted J. Terlau Stanyan opp. Waller 

Traffic — Martin Lee Hall of Justice 

City Prison — Lt. Walter Thompson Hall of Justice 

Captain of Inspectors — 

Lt. Daniel J. Quinlan Hall of Justice 

Director — Bur. of Personnel — John Meehan ...Hall of Justice 

Director of Criminology and 

Bureau of Criminal Information — 

Lt. Edward Comber Hall of Justice 

Director of Juvenile Bureau — 
William Hanrahan Hall of Justice 

Director of Bureau of Special Services and 
Chinatown Detail — 

Captain Cornelius Murphy Hall of Justice 

Inspector of Schools Traffic Control — 
Inspector Thomas B. Tracy Hall of Justice 

Supervising Captain of Districts — 

Philip Kiely Hall of Justice 

Range Master — Robert Abernethy... Pistol Range, Lake Merced 

When in froub/el Call SU 1-2020 
Vihen in doubt I Your local police 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



YUkon 6-7418 


Tel 


i-/)/ioHC YUkon 4-1771 


TAYLOR'S 


COLEMAN'S JEWELERS 




CAMPBELL CONSTRUCTION 


CAFE - RECREATION ROOM 
60-FOOT PUBLIC SCALES 


Diamonds • Silverware • Watches • Jewelry 
Guaranteed Watch Repairing • Electronically 




COMPANY 

J. B. CAMPBELL - J. R. CAMPBELL 


Payroll Checks Cashed 
We Refuse to Be Undersold 


S. E. Cornel "B" & Euclid 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 


GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

Office: 228 E. TRANSIT STREET 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 


CORNER CHINO AND EUCLID AVENUE 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 












Phone YU 631-542 or YU 639-358 



BONEY'S FOOD CENTER 

Open 24 Hours Every Day 



118 EAST B STREET 



CALIFORNIA 



STupTgHlRT 




YUkon 4-1775 

iRAvejoacE 

Ontario's Finest in Town 

MOTEL LODGE 

Your Hosts - The Anderson Famiiv 

• Heated Pool 

• Free Television 
■ Room Phones 

• Refrigerated Air Conditioning 

755 North Euclid Avenue 
ONTARIO, CALIFORNIA 



Bus. YUkon 636-155 Office YUkon 616-509 

ALEXANDER 
TRUCK and AUTO PARTS 

ARMY TRUCK AND PARTS 
Largest Stock hi the County! 

1101 EAST CALIFORNIA STREET 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 

Phone YUkon 4-2013 

THE HENRYS 

WOMEN'S APPAREL - SPORTSWEAR 

Accessories - Lingerie 

603 N. EUCLID AVENUE 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 

Phone YUkon 63-3153 

MODERN HOME PAINT 
COMPANY 

A. G. HUCHTING 
"A GOOD PLACE TO BUY GOOD PAINT" 

429 NORTH EUCLID AVENUE 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 

Telephone YUkon 6-3833 

EUCLID MOTORS 

STUDEBAKER PACKARD 

Imported Cars 

TRIUMPH - VOLVO 

606 WEST HOLT BOULEVARD 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



LYLE'S SERVICE 

MOBIL GAS— PLUS SERVICE AT ITS BEST! 

13310 SOUTH EUCLID AVENUE 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



ko:L 



SELL 



MCUCS- FURNITURE 



JlRMSFREE DELl^J 



299 North Second Avenue 

UPLAND, CALIFORNIA 



YU 2-4084 



TOP O' THE MORN' FARMS 

drive-in cash and carry 

Gold Medal Dairy Products 

HOME DELIVERY 

JTARIO CALIFORNIA 









YUkon 6-5915 






TRAIL- A- WAY 






T R A I L E R 5 




"The Ansu 
In 


er to Years of Carefree Tra 
3 Sizes— 15' - 17' - 27' 


■eling." 


Red 


Barbour. Sales Manager 




603 


SOUTH HOPE STREET 




ONTARIO 


CALIFORNIA 1 



Speed Kills . . . Take It Easy 
FINLEY'S REXALL PHARMACY 

ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 

YUkon 6-0616 

RON-EL CAR WASH 

BEST CAR WASH IN THE VALLEY! 
Expert Polishing and XVaxing 



Mo 



Cle 
Louis He 



ling 



849 WEST HOLT BOULEVARD 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



YUkon 6-4507 

RUSS' S & L PAINT 



We Give S & H Gr. 



B' STREET 

CALIFORNIA 



Phone YUkon 6-9622 

SETTEMBER AUTOMOTIVE 
SERVICE 

MOTOR TUNE-UP - GENERAL REPAIR 

WHEEL ALIGNMENT 

BRAKES RELINED - SERVICED 

1000 EAST HOLT BOULEVARD 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



IDEAL TRAILER PARK 
CAROUSEL COFFEE SHOP 

Large Modernly Equipped Shady Spaces for Trailers 
Convenient to Large Shopping Center and Down- 
town Business District. 

905 EAST HOLT BOULEVARD 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 

PROMOTING BETTER LAW ENFORCEMENT SINCE 1922 



Vol. XXV 



N()vi:mbi:r-dk( imbik, i>)s,s 



No. 12 



Thousands of lucky people are learning why San Bernardino County is called 

The linger longer land 



EVFRV ONCE IN A « HILE, the well- 
meaning, civic-minded folk of an 
area seem to get completely carried away 
when telling about their particular part ot 
the country. To hear them tell it, their own 
neck ot the woods is "it I" 

However, most residents of San Ber- 
nardino County feel that their own praise, 
plus that of many visitors, is easily backed 
up by the numerous advantages offered by 
this Southern California community. 

Any inspection — even a brief one, if 
this is possible — shows clearly why so 
many people now live in San Bernardino 
County. You'll also see why so many more 
people keep moving in every day. 
In Excellent Location 

Plenty of room, a healthy climate, great 
scenic grandeur, fertile land, plus an c\ 
ceptionally fine geographic location h.u 
made San Bernardino County into .i 
"linger longer land" for many new people 
and many new industries. 

Policing the County — its 20, n7 square 
miles make it the largest county in area in 
the United States — is understandably a 
huge job. But skillful and efficient law 
enforcement is a well-known trade mark 
of the County, in its beautiful county 
seat — the City of San Bernardino — and in 
the many other thriving towns throughout 
the County. 

The faith and confidence of this re- 
gion's citizens is squarely behind Sheriff 
Frank Bland and Chief of Police James 
W. Ellis of the City of San Bernardino. 
Both Bland and Ellis have close coopera- 
tion from their men — it is this team spirit 
which has brought such excellent law and 
order to this ever-growing and rapidly- 
expanding area. 

Population experts figure that about 
S.OOO people go to Southern California 
each week, 65 per cent of them entering 



California 'As Advertised " 

A big portion of this wave of humanity 
usually discovers that the County is just 
what they've always seen in the m.igazine 
advertisements and billboards publicizing 
Southern California. In fact, the well- 
known publicity photo — the one showing 
heavily-laden orange trees in the fore- 



ground and glistening snowcapped moun- 
tains in the background — was taken in 
San Bernardino County. 

Coming into the County, the out-of- 
state visitor usually sees for the first time 
the profusion of pepper trees, eucalyptus, 
palms, roses, and many other flowers and 
through San Bernardino County. 




Mt. Baldy as 
seen from City 
of Uplands, Calif. 



Beautiful 

Apple Valley Inn 

in desert area 

of San Bernardino 

Couniv . 




POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



"D" AND "D" MOTOR PARTS 

■NOTED FOR ITS QUALITY AND SERVICE" 
Since 1927 

111 SOUTH LEMON STREET 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



Telephone 623-131 

»"«• Fill Any Dotlors Prescription 

CAMPUS PHARMACY 

PRESCRIPTIONISTS 
Frank CarriUo, Ph.G. 

668 EAST ■A" STREET, Corner CAMPUS 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 

YUkon 69009 - 632149 

GREEN LANTERN MOTEL 

CLEAN CABINS - WEEKLY RATES 

GREEN LANTERN CAFE 

Mr. an d Mrs. J. R. Walhcn, Props. 

DANCE - DINE - BEER - WINE 

949 EAST 'A' STREET 

ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



THE TIGER CAFE 

REAL HOME COOKING - THE BEST 

Cold Beer Best Coffee Also.' 
WE SPECIALIZE IN JUMBO SHRIMP 

609 EAST HOLT BOULEVARD 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 

Phone YUkon 6-4072 

We Call lor and Deliver 

GLOBE CLEANERS 

LAUNDRY SERVICE 

BLANKETS - RUGS - DRAPES 

New Modern Plant Located in Downtown Ontario 



Telephone YUkon 62-1105 - 6-0610 
BEST WISHES! 

SUBURBAN GAS SERVICE 
OF ONTARIO 



Phone: 63-4134 



PRECISION WELDING 



JOHN BUTLER 

550 WEST CALIFORNIA 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 

Phone YUkon 3-0209 

CROSSMAN'S CABINET SHOP 
& PAINT STORE 

CABINETS AND CABINET HARDWARE 

Glidden and Sillers Paints - Wallpaper 

S «t H Green Stamps on Hardware and Paints 

711 SOUTH VINE AVENUE 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



Phone 635-120 

IDEAL BARBER SHOP 

H. J. •Herb" Arndt - C. B. ■Clarence' Hall 
■ALL THAT THE NAME IMPLIES' 

221 NORTH SULTANA AVENUE 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



BEST WISHES 

MERRYMAN PISTON COMPANY 

RA ■ LITE 

BOX 422 

614 SOUTH BON VIEW AVENUE 

ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



WILSON'S PHOTO SUPPLIES 

CAMERAS ■ PHOTO FINISHING 

ENLARGING 

Prompt Service ■ Always! 



YUkon 61-4419 



LeROY'S BAKERY 

specializing in 
WEDDING CAKES & SPECIAL OCCASIONS 

■'CHUCK^^ LEROY 



ONTARIO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 

WALT'S FLYING SERVICE 

• AIR TAXI & CHARTER— ANYWHERE ■ 

ANYTIME • AIRLINE CONNECTIONS 

• LICENSED & INSURED • EXECUTIVE 

FLIGHTS • FLY ALL THE WAY 

W. T. (Walt) Weiser, Owner 

Phone Day or Nite YUkon 4-1535 



Telephone Yukon 6-9018 

Ontario^s Newest and Finest on Highway 70 - 99 
SWIMMING POOL 

NEW BENNY'S MOTEL 

Mr. and Mrs. Benny Scheitle. Managing Owners 

1217 EAST HOLT BOULEVARD 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



A. C. LIQUOR 

MEMBER . . . DINERS CLUB! 

Open Seven Days a Week — Sunday thru Fridays, y 

A.M. to 11 P.M. Saturday 9 A.M. till 12 Midnight. 

Trankie and Johnnie, Props. 

450 MOUNTAIN AVENUE 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 

YUkon 6-7059 

BLUE BONNET MOTEL 

HEATED SWIMMING POOL ■ FREE TV 
Two Persons for the Price of One 

1220 WEST HOLT BOULEVARD 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 



shrubbery in a great rainbow of color. 
Desert Area Developed 

A study of current population figures is 
enough to indicate that plenty of these 
people apparently were so pleased with 
what they saw in San Bernardino County 
that they decided to live there. For ex- 
ample, in the years from 1930 to 1957, the 
population jumped from 281,642 to 425,- 
000. 

The tremendous development of the so- 
called "desert" area is a major factor in 
the growth of San Bernardino County. 

Development of the numerous dude 
ranches first sparked the movement. To- 
day, every section of the great Mojave 
Desert has thriving communities with at- 
tractive homes, schools, churches, and 
modern downtown areas. Impressive pop- 
ulation increases have been recorded at 
Barstow, Victorville, 29 Palms, and in the 
other older communities. Several new com- 
munities have sprung up. 

Variety of Sports Offered 

Another factor which has always been a 
selling point for San Bernardino County 
is the area's magnificent location — in the 
space of a few hours one may go skiing in 
the mountains, relax at one of the many 
fine desert resorts, ride along lonesome 
desert trails, or go swimming in the ocean. 

Farming and ranching have also been 
important factors. It has been found that 
water is plentiful and close to the surface 
in most of the desert area. Also, the Mo- 
jave River is now an important water 
source. There is the possibility, too, that 
the proposed Feather River project will 
bring more water to the Mojave. 

Perhaps an even greater impact on the 
area's economy has been the great surge 
of both heavy and light industries into 
Southern California. 

County Board of Trade 

A good, workable, arrangement has 
been set up between the civic and busi- 
ness leaders of the entire County. These 
two groups have pooled their efforts to 




LAKE ARROWHEAD provides numerous 
water sports. Lake is one of 12 lakes in the 
San Bernardino Mountains. 



SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, 1958 



provide every facility in attr.utin^ .idili- 
tion.il m.inut.Kturing plants, distributing 
agencies, and new residents. The .i^ency, 
known as the San Bernardino County 
Board of Trade, was set up by the County 
Board of Supervisors. It is fully finanLed 
by taxpayers and is successfully brin^in^ 
about an orderly dc\'elopment ot indus- 
trial, commercial, and residential zones. 

San Bernardino County's claim to fame 
is not merely size. It has the basic raw 
materials for a wide variety of manufac- 
tured ^oods. No other country and few 
other states tan claim as wide a variety of 
metallit and non-metallic minerals. The 
year round ^rowin^ season and fertile 



soils produce nearly e\ery product that can 
be grown in a temperate climate. Also, in 
the great mountain area of the C^junty 
there are millions of feet of timber that 
await the axe of the woodsman. 

Word of Mouth Pubi.ichy 

rile citizens of San Bernardino County 
don t really have to do much publicizing 
in order to let other people know about 
their area. All its new population, its new 
industrial wealth, and its many beautiful 
scenic spots speak for themselves. 

And you can bet your boots that visitors 
will tell the folks b.uk home about that 
great, big, thriving wonderland — San Ber- 
n.irdmo (ajuiUv. 



I'hDni ^' I Ikon f.Or.H 



HAAS AND SON BODY SHOP 

lOK (,AK HOD^ Bl-.Ain^' 
H. H. Haas. Pr/j/i. 

520 WKST CALIFORNIA STRKET 

ONTARIO c:ai.ifornia 



HOLT-BROWN 
DESOTO-PLYMOUTH 



YOC'R rRIENDLY DtAI.EKS 



316 WKST HOLT BOULEVARD 
ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 




THRHF 4-YHAR COLLHGKS are located in San Bernardino County. The new building (above) 
is part of the College of Medical Evangelists, located at Lotna Linda, C'alif. 




BLUE PRINT COMPANY- 

GUY F. WEYBRIGHT 

\\ HITE PRINTS - BLUE PRINTS • PHOTO 
COPY • DRAWING MATERIALS 

Phones: Bus. YUkon 6-7098; Res. YUkon r.-4.^5K 

119'/2 WEST TRANSIT STREET 

ONTARIO CALIFORNIA 

YUkon 622-171 

ECKLES ALIGNMENT CENTER 

DE LUXE WHEEL ALIGNMENT 
BALANCING - TIRE TRUING 

Our New Localion 

of Post Office on Transit St. 

CALIFORNIA 



One-H.ilf Block Wt 
ONTARIO 



MANY BEAUTY SPOTS can be found in San Bernardino County. Here is a quiet, well 
grooined residential area in Redlands, Calif. 



ONTARIO 

LODGE 

No. 1419 

B. P. O. ELKS 

Congratulates All Law 
Enforcement Officers of 
San Bernardino County 
For Their Very 
Efficient Work in 
Handling the Duties of 
Their Offices. 

KENNY WHITE, 
Exulted Ruler 

CHESTER T. JOHNS, 

Secretary 

Telepbo)?e YUkon 6-25101 
1031/2 E. Holt Blvd. 
ONTARIO, CALIF. 



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THE BANK OF 
TOKYO 

of California 



160 Sutter Street 

San Francisco 20 

California 



Compliments of 
SAN FRANCISCO 
MILK COUNCIL 



SAN FRANCISCO 
CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

BAY VIEW FOOD MART 

Pete and Charles Ambus 



Bus. YUkon 2-3636 



Res. YUkon 62-2154 



VAlencia 6-9993 
4726 THIRD STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



Telephone YUkon 2-ll07 

BUCKHORN RESTAURANT 

Formerly Curry's Wagon Wheel Lodge 

■■The Yosemile of the South ' 
William and Eunice Sager — Your Hosts 

P. O. MT. BALDY, CALIFORNIA 

NA 8-2158 



MOODY'S DRUG STORE 

—remember- 
No One Fills Prescriptions— BETTER 

5220 "D" STREET 
CHINO CALIFORNIA 

Phone NA. 8-1173 

LONG HORN BRAND 

L. C. STETLER 

Long Horn Brand Products 
The Sign of Quality . . . Nationally Known 
ANIMAL SERUMS, VACCINES AND ETC. 
Veterinary Supplies for Horsemen, Dairymen and 
Cattlemen. Western Clothing ol All Kinds— Hats- 
Boots— Shirts— Etc. Bridles. Bits and Other Tack. 
Vitamins for All Stock. 
SADDLERY AND HARNESS REPAIRING 
I 'eterinary Instruments . . . Syringes and Needles 

■■Be Sure the Long Horn Is on the Uhei:' 
5226 "D' STREET CHINO, CALIF. 

NA. 8-1620 

REHER'S PHARMACY 

—PRESCRIPTIONS- 
CORNER SIXTH AND D STREETS 
CHINO CALIFORNA 



HOTTEL'S UPLAND 
FURNITURE CO. 



.300 NORTH EUCLID AVENUE 
UPLAND CALIFORNIA 

Telephone YUkon 2-1665 

UPLAND LIQUOR STORE 

MAGAZINES - TOBACCOS - CANDIES 
In the Heart of Upland! 

T. H. BURROUGHS, OWNER 

182 NORTH SECOND AVENUE 
UPLAND CALIFORNIA 



KRAMER BROS. NURSERIES 

Wholesale 
AZALEAS - CAMELIAS - CHRYSANTHEMUMS 



Mail P. O. BOX 200 



CALIFORNIA 



YUkon 2-5525 

RUBBER REPAIR MATERIALS 
COMPANY 

West Coast Distributors for 

REMA - COLD VULCANIZING PRODUCTS 

Distributor for 'S.T.P.' Magic German Oil Addi- 



ntrated Oil Treatment for 
;nd Diesel Motors ! Prevents 
, Gumming of Valves and 



The Supei 
Cars, Trucks — Trac 
Oil Consumption, Wear 
Rings! 

1656 WEST FOOTHILL BOULEVARD 
UPLAND CALIFORNIA 



GRAVES AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY 

PARTS - JOBBERS - MACHINE SHOP 

YUkon 612-111 

211 E. ■B" STREET. ONTARIO, CALIFORNIA 

YUkon 310-181 
122 N. SECOND AVE., UPLAND, CALIFORNIA 

VISIT THE HUDDLE 

"Olivia and Don" — Your Hosts 
Where Friendly Folks Meet and Drink ! 

SHUFFLEBOARD - BOWLING - MUSIC 
Do Stop in and Say Hello! 

725 EAST FOOTHILL BOULEVARD 
UPLAND CALIFORNIA 



SUtter 1-5034 

Steele Fez Company 

Room 4i4 

150 Powell Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



HEMINGWAY'S MOBIL-COACH HOMES 

We Sell the Roadcraft — 8 ft. Wide — 10 ft. Wide 

[n Ventura 1 O N I A R 1 O | In Victorville 

Home Office 

1365 W. Holt Blvd. 



LIn Ventura 
101 Highway 



In Victorville 
66 Highway 



Phone: YUkon 4-2507 
H. K. "Hal" Hemingway 



NOVl-MHIiRDECKMBHR. IMVS 




CITRIIS CROPS bring in large revenue to Ciiuniy's growers. Long growing seasons and ex- 
tremely fertile lands make crop failure almost unknown. 



Telephone GI 1-13.^9 

ACE MUFFLER SERVICE 

Ce... ScllinBir & Son. Props. 

JOMinulc Sirvicc 

Mufflers ■ Tailpipes— Ail Makes and Models 

BF.LOND • VENTON • DOUGLAS 

DIALS AND HEADER SETS 

Now Open— A Big New Modern Branch 

at 2809 Fulton Avenue 

111* EIGHTEENTH STREET 

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA 



WEST COAST REAL ESTATE CO. 

/./•.<■»..(/ K.-.i/ /•:./,».• Broker 
Edoii-: Harris 



Phone ATwaier 2-6641 
1648 NEWCOMB AVENUE 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



PICKERING 
LUMBER CORP. 

Sugar Pine - White 

Pine - Ponderosa 
Pine -Incense Cedar 



Standard, California 



BEST WISHES I ROM 

THE PIT STOP 

"Your Iriemlly Crogalorinm- 
COCKTAILS - PIANO BAR - DANCING 

14401 SOUTH WESTERN AVENUE 
GARDENA CALIFORNIA 

THE SIGN OF THE PANPIPES 
Kung Recorders. Music- Instruments-Records 
1318 Grant .Ave.— San Francisco— GA 1-8696 



Turner 5-9708 




S^lTfi 



on// 1 y POUNDS O HORSEPOWn 



LIDDELL'S SAW & 
TOOL 



1 1 1 Nevada Streei 

Auburn, California 



Phone DA 4-3864 

BEST WISHES FROM 

Frank's Chinese Laundry 

■■/IIST THE BEST' 
Open from 7:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 
No bundle taken for less than 35c. 

1023 REDONDO beach BOULEVARD 
GARDENA CALIFORNIA 

ERIC NORDGREN 

Letlering-Poslers-Displays — DOuglas 2-6021 
617 Market Streei — San Francisco. Calif. 




(ilANT PAYROLLS are brought in by sprawling works of Kaiser Steel (left) at Fontana, and 
the Federal Government, which has many facilities in area. Right photo shows storage of army 
vehicles in open air at Barstow, Calif. Low humidity of desert air prevents rust and corrosion. 



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Phone DAvis 4-0652 

A-ONE NURSERY 

FERTILIZER • SEEDS • GARDEN 
SUPPLIES 

2007 WEST COMPTON BOULEVARD 
GARDENA CALIFORNIA 

Comt>li,„e,„> of 

A TO Z VARIETY 

TOYS - GIFTS ■ NOVELTIES 



Compliments 

of a 

CANADIAN FRIEND 



MAJOR LAWRENCE PILLSBURY 



J&R MARKET 

GROCERIES . . . PRODUCE 

HEALTH FOODS 

Jack and Ruth Sinksen 

1357 VILLA STREET 
MOUNTAIN VIEW CALIFORNIA 



BURBANK SMOKE SHOP 



15204 SOUTH WESTERN AVENUE 
GARDENA CALIFORNIA 



YAS' Town and Country 
Coffee Shop 

CHAR - BROILED STEAKS - CHOP SUEY 

BREAKFAST - LUNCH AND DINNER 

Orders to Take Out 

15116 SOUTH WESTERN AVENUE 
GARDENA CALIFORNIA 



Karrman - Wells Imports 

1827 POLK STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Clarke's Charcoal Broiler 

FAMOUS FOR OUR STEAK BURGERS 

Using Only 

CHOICE GROUND CHUCK STEAKS 



615 EL CAMINO 
MOUNTAIN VIEW 



CALIFORNIA 



YUkon 2-0821 WAInul 1-3021 WAinut 1-3022 

CIVIC CENTER TOWING 

Louis W. Baker 

TOWING AND STORAGE ONLY 

RADIO DISPATCHED - DAY AND NIGHT 

405 FRANCISCO STREET 

3640 SACRAMENTO STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 




THE NEW 



Cufcpa 

Fine Imported iem W i W\ 



GERMAN- 
CONTINENTAL 
RESTAURANT 



Open 10 S/>caal Business Man' 

fo 10 p m"" 637 SUTTER 



Wines 

Luncheon 



• Lunch 

PR 6-7875 : rrcan. 




L|UMU|^M|y^ai|gj^^|||g|l .muJI 



SILVERY COLORADO RIVER wanders through spectacular scenery near Needles Calif 
River provides abundant water supply for industrial and residential users and also provides 
top recreational facilities. 



1908 WEST SAN CARLOS 
SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA 



C. L. 8-4858 

Hillview Trailer Court 

D. S. Randazzo 

241 SOUTH JACKSON AVENUE 
SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA 



ELsato 4-2459 

GREEN THUMB NURSERY 

NURSERY STOCK 

15796 SANTA CLARA - LOS GATOS ROAD 
LOS GATOS CALIFORNIA 



WILLIAM CHANG 

WHOLESALE FLOWER GROWER 

117 SHERLAND AVENUE 

MOUNTAIN VIEW CALIFORNIA 



ANZA REALTY 



J 508 BALBOA STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



GArficld 1-7497 



T I N Y ■ S 



437 • 439 POWELL STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

PRospect 5-7211 

Co,„l,lim,!n,s of 

Golden Gate and Veterans' 
Moving Co. 

ESTABl.rSHER 1906 

RELIABLE MOVING SERVICE 

720 LARKIN STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



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11 



Testimonial dinner honors Zaragoza, Moody 



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As IH1-: I'Horos here mdk.Ue, the re- 
cent testimonial dinner for two 
new iypromoted S.in Franeiseo jx)liic of- 
titers was a rousing success. 

A big crowd of friends were on hand 
to honor the new Director of Traffic, 
I. Thomas Zaragoza and Captain of Traf- 
fic Edward J. Moody. Both men were 
presented their new gold stars. 

The Police Committee had arranged the 
testimonial dinner, which was held in the 



Marine's Menion.il Building. 

Mesdames Zaragoza and Moody both 
spoke to the gathering, relating many in- 
teresting and often humorous accounts of 
their respective husband's life as a police- 
man. Several groups of friends and several 
fraternal orders also spoke, giving testi- 
monials for the two guests of honor. 

Sgt. Clayton 1:. Mitchell did a skillful 
job as Master of Ceremonies. Mel Drefke, 
of the Traffic Bureau's Hit and Run De- 
tail, took these photographs. 




Big crowd was on hand ai testimonial dinner held in Marine's Memorial Hall, SF. 



THE FLOWER SHOP 

1006' . Pine Street — PRospecl 6-8740 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

Compliments of 

SUPERVISOR DR. ERTOLA 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

Your Chiropractor in North Beach 
DR. J. J. MANISCALCO 

Green Street — San Francisco. Califorr 



WESTERN MOTOR CO. 

824 Ellis Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

BAYSHORE FARMERS MARKET 
Pang & Co. . Groceries «c Meats - Beer «c Wine 
300 Bayshore at Oakdale — San Francisco. Calif. 



TRADE'S TAVERN 
491 Haight St.— San Francisco. Cal.— HF. 1-8397 



BROWN & KENNEDY — Floral Artists 
Flowers for all Occasions — UNderhill 14 127 
3089 Sixteenth Street — San Francisco. Calif. 



BOHEMIAN CIGAR STORE 

566 Columbus Avenue — DOuglas 2-0536 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

CENTRAL HOTEX & BAR 

Joe Porres — Phone 3 9 
Main Street Sutter Creek. California 

ROSE BIAGINI 

Manufacturing Furrier — EXbrook 2-8003 
140 Geary Street — San Francisco. Calif. 

In Daly City Its 
NEVILLE FORD 

7360 Mission Street — Daly City— PL 5-4813 

MODERN PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 

Residential - Commercial — PLaza 5-5798 
2 39 Knowles Avenue — Daly City, Californ.a 

OTTO MEITZ — Sign Painting 

260 Hatch Lane 
BURLINCAME. CALIFORNIA 

J. V. HERRERA 

Painting Decorating Paperhanging—DI 36925 
1200 MilU Avenue BurlinganK-. California 

HARRY'S FLOOR SERVICE 

1132 Laguna Avenue — Diamond 4-7422 
BURLINCAME. CALIFORNIA 



I Obey All Traffic 

I Signs! 

I Live and Let Live! 

;( p. 

I Always Play Safe! | 

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Wm.R. Staats&Co. 

MEMBER N. Y. STOCK 
EXCHAN(;E 

MEMBER PACIFIC COAST 
STOCK EXCHANGE 



111 Sutter Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



Compliments of 

United Parcel 
Service 

UNderhill 3-3700 

340 - 7TH Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



PURITY STORES 

Serrhig You and Your Family in 
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA 



LOWER PRICES 
WIDER VARIETY 
BETTER QUALITY 

Your Total Food Bill Is Less at 



P%1 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



How's your law I.Q.? 



Herein is contained another of a series of questions and answers pertinent to Police training and helpful in promotional 
examinations. These questions and answers are supplied to the Journal, as a service to law enforcement officers through- 
out the state, by E. D. Kerkhoven, director of the Peace Officer Training Service in Oakland. The questions are selected to 
test the reader's knowledge of various phases of law enforcement. Each question has a number of suggested answers, 
labeled 1, 2, 3, etc. You decide which is the best answer to the question asked and then encircle the number. When you 
have completed the test, compare your answers with the Kf Y on page 17. 



1. Jones went into the telephone booths 
of the Owl Drug Co. on 6th and Broad- 
way and plugged up the coin slots in such 
a manner that the change did not return to 
the caller when the call was not completed. 
Then he went to Bullocks Department 
Store and did the same thing. A few hours 
later he returned to the Owl Drug Co. 
unplugged the coin slots and was appre- 
hended when he started to gather up the 
change. Jones; (1) could be charged with 
burglary; (2) could not be charged with 
any crime because he only took change 
from individuals who neither knew him 
nor could they accuse him personally; (3) 
could be taken to the small claims court 
because the sum of money involved was 
never individually greater than 25c; (4) 
could not be charged with burglary be- 
cause the telephone booths were in public 
places; (5) could only be charged with 
tampering with the telephone boxes. 

• 

2. All murders are of the second degree 
if perpetrated ; (1) by means of poison; 
(2) in the commission of mayhem; (3) 
by torture; (4) in the commission of ar- 
son; (5) in the commission of larceny. 

• 

3. A police ofificer offers in testimony 
the description of the perpetrators of a 
crime given him by a disinterested eye- 
witness. This testimony is; (1) admissible 
in evidence under the theory of "res 
gestae;" (2) admissible if it is entered as 



evidence on behalf of the defendant; (3) 
admissible if it fits into the general plan 
or scheme of a crime; (4) inadmissible 
testimony; (5) admissible if it's a correct 
statement of the descripition of the perpe- 
trators. 

• 
4, During a list fight occurring at San 
Pedro, California, a seaman pulled out a 
knife and seriously stabbed his opponent. 
The seaman fled. Eventually the wounded 
man recovered. A complaint was filed 
against the seaman in the municipal court 
charging him with assault with a deadly 
weapon. Five years later the seaman was 
arrested in Michigan. Proof was available 
that the seaman had left California im- 
mediately after the assault and had re- 
mained outside the state during all of the 
time, with the exception of a few days on 
each of several visits to the state during 
which he had visited friends in the state. 
The last of such visits occurred one month 
before the arrest. The seaman; (1) could 
not be prosecuted in California because 
the 3-year Statute of Limitations was not 
affected by filing of the complaint; (2) 
could be held to answer and legally con- 
victed; (3) could not be prosecuted be- 
ca-jse the victim recovered and did not 
"uffer any permanent injury; (4) could 
not be prosecuted because the officer 
should have obtained an indictment rath- 
er t'la'T a complaint; (5) could be prose- 
cuted because each visit to the state caused 
the Statute of Limitations to run anew. 



5. An ofificer observes a known pick- 
pocket put his hand in the right rear trou- 
sers pocket of a man. The officer grabs the 
pickpocket's arm while the hand was still 
in the victim's pocket. The officer with- 
draws the hand from the pocket. The vic- 
tim has no money or property whatever 
in his pocket. The pickpocket; (1) cannot 
be prosecuted because since there was no 
money or property in the pocket it was im- 
posible to commit a crime; (2) cannot be 
prosecuted because he had not gone far 
enough to constitute a crime; (3) can be 
prosecuted for grand theft; (4) can be 
prosecuted for attempted grand theft; (5) 
can be prosecuted for attempted petty 
theft. 



6. 'Which one of the following is a 
peace officer? (1) an inspector of the 
board of chiropractic examiners of the 
state; (2) an inspector of the board of 
examiners of the State Bar of California; 
( 3 ) an inspector of the State Insurance 
Commission; (4) an inspector of the State 
Railway Commission; (5) a judge of the 
Superior Court. 



7. Services of a subpoena for witnesses 
in a criminal case; (1) can be made by 
delivery of photostatic copy of the ori- 
ginal; (2) is not complete unless the re- 
cipient accepts the service in his hand; (3) 



ROUNDTREE SHEET METAL WORKS 

93 1 East San Carlos Avenue 
SAN CARLOS. CALIFORNIA 



RAY WRIGHT'S WELDING SHOP 

Licensed Contractor — LYtell 3-5449 
79 7 Industrial Road — San Carlos, Califor; 



PARIS CLEANERS 

Cleaning and Dyeing — Cliff Hayes 
3 7 Third Ave. — San Mateo, Calif.— DI 4-0831 



Comp/imenfs of a 
FRIEND 



SCHOMER HORSERADISH CO. 

WHOLESALE - RETAIL 
GROUND FRESH DAILY 



Phone MArket 1-7722 
745 LAGUNA STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



CLYDE E. BENTLEY 



405 SANSOME STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



CORTLAND FRENCH LAUNDRY 

M. Mello, Prop. 
WE PICKUP AND DELIVER 
W^e Sftecialhe On Men's Shirts 



Mission 7-2298 
33t CORTLAND AVENUE 



ERIC NORDGREN 

LETTERING 

POSTERS 
DISPLAYS 



DOuglas 2-6021 
617 MARKET STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



FREDERIC CAMPAGNOLI 



300 MONTGOMERY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



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13 



must he made by informing him of its con- 
tents; (1) may he made hy re^istereil mail; 
(■> ) must he made hy the lomplainant or 
his a^cnt. 

H. To justily a n)mmittin^ magistrate 
holding a defendant tor trial tor a tclony; 

( 1 ) the magistrate must he lonvimed ol' 
the defendant's guilt heyond a reasonable 
douht; (2) it is enough that it appears 
that a public offense has been committed 
and there is sufficient cause to believe the 
defendant guilty; (3) it is enough that 
there is any evidence at all against the de- 
fendant; (4) even if the defendant indi- 
lates willingness to stand for trial, the 
magistrate will have to have at least some 
corroborating evidence of the defendant s 
guilt; ("i) the magistrate must be satis- 
fied that there is a reasonable cause to be- 
lieve that the defendant would be con- 
\ icted at the trial. 

9. According to the provisions of the 
penal code, there must be available at all 
times a duly licensed and practicing phy- 
sician when the daily average persons con- 
fined in a city jail is more than; (1) ^0; 

(2) 75; (3) UK); (-4) 12=); (5) nO. 

10. Jones, Brown and Smith jointly 
planned a bank robbery; and, at the time 
agreed upon the three men drove to the 
bank. Jones and Brown entered the build- 
ing while Smith remained at the wheel of 
the car ready to aid in the get-away. Inside, 
the bank, Jones, gun in hand accidentally 
shoots and kills Brown; (1) Jones is not 
guilty of murder; (2) Jones alone is 
guilty of murder; (3) Smith is only an 
accessory to the crime; (4) both Jones and 
Smith could be prosecuted on a charge of 
murder in the first degree; ("i) Smith 
could not legally be sentenced to death 
for murder. 

( Answers on page 1 7. ) 

LUSTRWASH 

The Car Wash Without A Peer— Fireside 5 0461 
28th Avenue and F.1 Camino — San Mateo. Cal. 

ROCHEX & ROCHEX 

Real Estate - Insurance— Since 1917— Dl 3-3653 
106 South El Camino Real — San Mateo. Calif. 



DON'S TV SERVICE 



5344 MISSION STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

MANN'S DINNER HOUSE 

Bob \\i> Fai i iNt MKtRovK ii 

Sund.iy ,ind lloljd.lys. i li> H p.m. 

VC'iik Days, 5 lo 8 p.m. 

CLOSED MONDAYS 

Lombard 6-7402 

THIRTY SECOND AVENUE AND 

JUDAH STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



BANK OF CANTON 



555 MONICOMFRY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



PACIFIC FELT CO. 



710 YORK STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



ELIZABETH ARDEN SALON 



550 SUTTER STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



GRAY LINES SIGHTSEEING 



425 FOURTH STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



CARAVAN LODGE 

Sail iraiiciscos Moil Beauliful Garden Haiti 

PAN O GOLD COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

RESTAURANT 

R(1BERT MeTZDORF 

PRospcct 6-1380 

EDDY AND LARKIN STREETS 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



A. CROSSETTi BROS. INC. 



401 DUBOCE AVENUE 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



CHARLES LAGOMARSiNO 

1 T. D. MEMBER 
Ji 111 s Ei'PSTUN • PiA/.A Florists 

Phone GArficld 1-0234 

404 SUTTER STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



THE BRIGHTON EXPRESS 



580 PACIFIC AVENUE 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

(OWPI.IMENTS or 

COIN OPERATED 
LAUNDROMATS 

AlK 1 Harbfrs 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

FAY GROCERY 

Quality Groceries. Wine and Beer 
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 

Lombard 4-0077 

1885 NINTH AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

HOLLY PARK GROCERY 



Cho 



Beer and »"<i 



Mission 8-4456 

243 HOLLY PARK CIRCLE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

VISITACION GRILL 

V. T. Clarke. Prop, 



JUniper 6-7755 
219 HAHN STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



RICHELIEU BEAUTY SALON 



JAYNE GARAGE 



1945 HYDE STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

THE F. W. D. PACIFIC 
COMPANY 

Industrial, Highuay and i.ontracrors E:/ni[nnen.' 

FORMERLY: 

The Four Wheel Drive Pacific Company 



COLD WAVING • HAIR SHAPING • TINTING 

And All Beauty Services Offered to You 

By Award Winners in Every Field 

HOURS: 9 (o 5:30 

Thursday and Friday Evenings By Appointment 

ORdway 3-4020 - ORd» ay 3-4711 

1050 VAN NESS AVENUE 

S.\N FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



INDUSTRIAL CRATING CO. 



ATwaicr 2-5677 
1951 EVANS STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



S N FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



Phone 8-4904 



MORGAN HILL 
READY-MIX 
CONCRETE 



General and Cement 
Contracting 

cement finishing 
sand - gravel - loam 



Office and Plant 

P. O. Box 584 

150 East Main Avenue 

MORGAN HILL, CALIF. 



BUD ANTLE, INC. 

Grower - Packer 
Shipper 



California and Arizona 

LETTUCE 

CELERY 



main office 
Post Office Box 548 

Salinas, California 



San Diego 

The Journal salutes this 
historic, colorful city in Southern California 












u Dit^o Conientiuti & T„u,nt Bineau photos 



SAN DIEGO HARBOR is great favorite with sightseeing tourists. Ultra-modern San Diego 
Civic Center faces waterfront, seems to keep watchful eye on one of the nation's busiest harbors. 



A. S. HOLMES & 

SON, INC. 

General Contractors 



LO 9-6425 

9300 G Street 

Oakland, California 



REDWOOD 

CONSTRUCTION 

CO., INC. 

• 

Logging and 

Trucking 

• 

Chris Nicolos 

2710 Highway lOl 

North 

Eureka, California 



NOvrNfnrRDnrnMHr.R, \9^n 




CABRILLC) NATIONAL MONUMhNT and old Spanish lighthouse are located atop Point 
Loma. Local officials say the spot attracts more visitors yearly than any of the other 8^ na- 
tional monuments, including Statue of Lihcrt>. 




SAN niKGO SCENES include a secluded patio (left) at beautiful Balboa Park, and Torrey 
Pines Park high above the Pacific. The park (right) is the only place in North America where 
this picturesque pine tree grows. 



BE 9-1584 

VISIT 

MARIOS 

Italian Village 

COOl) FOOD - COCKTAILS 

GOOD MUSIC AT THE PIANO 

Mario Is There Kith Same Chef 

in Kitchen 

12th avenue, off 'C" STREET 

San Diego, California 



SHAFFER TOOL 
WORKS 



Phone OLiver 6-1831 

FIG TREE 

Tideuater Station & 
Garage 

We Give "S&H" Green Slumps 

W. .1. FERNANDEZ 

p. O. Box 15 j I 

Mission San Jose, Calif. { I 

1- 



JAsper 9-2134 

P. O. Box 398 
Brea, California 

be 4-8426 

BRITISH 
MOTOR SALES 

• JAGUAR 

• ALFA ROMEO 

• AUSTIN HEALEY 

• TRIUMPH TR-3 

• HILLMAN MINX 

• SIMCA 

• SUNBEAM RAPIER 

Open Evenings and Suutlny 



1902 Kettner Blvd. 
SAN DIEGO, CALIF. 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

GEORGE H. EBERHARD 
COMPANY 

EXbrook 2-4444 

182 SECOND STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



GARTLAND HOTEL 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Monrc 
Managing Owners 



ORdway 3-3131 

909 GEARY STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



VENTURI-REY GOLF SHOP 

HARDING PARK 

ruH Line of Golf Equipment 

Golf Driving Range 

Lessons by P. G. A. Professionals 

Fred Venturi - Joey Rby 

SEabright 1-1768 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



THE WARNER BROS. CO. 



989 MARKET STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

A 

FRIEND 



(Editor's Note: Dick Castro tvas re- 
cently featured in a national magazine. 
Unfortunately, the article was quite inac- 
curate and contained many factual errors. 
In the following article, Police Writer 
Kathleen Blair presents the corrected story 
of the SF officer.) 

By Kathleen Blair 

DURING HIS nine years with the San 
Francisco Police Department, Dick 
Castro has been a firm believer in the fifth 
commandment of God . . . "Thou Shalt 
Not Kill" (Of course, if a lawman's life 
is endangered, the word then is "Thou 
Shalt Shoot to Kill") 

The 32-year-old Castro is a motorc)»cle 
officer. For the last eight years, he has 
kept an exceptionally good record as a 
"bikeman." Officer Castro has earned four 
meritorious awards and eight commenda- 
tions for going "above and beyond the 
call of duty" in the interests of law and 
order. 



to die, the young officer replied: "That's 
my job. I wanted to save that man because 
I think it's just as serious to kill yourself 
as it is to kill someone else." 

Fillmore Shooting 

In February, Castro again demonstrated 
he could get his man without having to 
shoot him. It was 2:15 in the morning. 
Castro was on his motorcycle in the vi- 
cinity of Divisadero. The quiet, still night 
was broken by his police radio: "All cars 
in the 1700 block of Fillmore ... a shoot- 
ing." 

Castro gunned his motorcycle to life 
and arrived at the scene a few minutes 
later. 

A store-owner had been shot. Castro 
listend to the sparse details, the descrip- 
tion of the suspect and the shooting — and 
decided to play a hunch. As they awaited 
the momentary arrival of an ambulance, 
the officer went to the restaurant next door 
and started to the rear of the building. 



Thou shalt not kill 

A San Francisco police officer 

gives his reasons for saving lives 



Foils Suicide Attempt 

A good case in point concerned a 
would-be suicide who planned jumping 
from the seventh floor of a downtown 
hotel. Apparently, the desperate man had 
wished to add to the excitement and drama 
because he phoned the newspapers and 
told them of his intentions. 

Within minutes, the building was full 
of policemen, firemen, and ambulance 
crews. All had but one purpose ... to 
stop the man from killing himself. 
Quick Action Needed 

It was already obvious that safety nets 
would be useless at this height. As pre- 
cious minutes passed, ininutes which seem- 
ed like hours, police and firemen tried 
diverting the ledge-sitter's attention by 
pleading with him to return to safety. 

Officer Castro began making his way 
along the ledge, quietly inching his way 
toward his quarry. 

Closer . . . closer. 

Daring Gamble Pays Off 

Suddenly, Castro grabbed the man. At 
precisely this moment, the man decided 
to jump. Holding the struggling man, the 
officer clutched the fire escape and held 
on. Both were about to go out into space 
when another rescuer ran up, grabbed the 
struggling men, and pulled both of them 
to safety. 

Asked later why he had risked his own 
life to save a man who obviously wanted 



A .38 At His Chest 

The counter seats were full as Castro 
walked toward the last seat, he found 
himself walking straight at the wanted 
man. However, matters were a bit com- 
plicated because as the man arose from his 
sitting position just a few feet away, he 
aimed his .38 detective special straight at 
Castro's chest. 

In a quick, cat-like spring, Castro jump- 
ed forward. He wrestled the gunman to 
the ground, disarmed him, and snapped 
on the handcuffs. 

Gunman Meant Business 

More out of curiosity than any other 
motive, Castro asked the subdued gunman 
why he had wanted to shoot him. 

The culprit gave a somewhat ironic an- 
swer: "If a cop's going to shoot me, I'm 
going to shoot him first." 

The answer was ironic because Officer 
Castro had never removed his own serv- 
ice revolver from its holster. 

"While off duty recently, Castro was 
driving along near Eddy and Taylor 
Streets. Suddenly he saw a cab driver 
jump from his cab, yelling, "Hey, some- 
body stop that man!" 

Castro hurriedly jumped from his auto. 
He tried to halt the fleeing man with the 
"stop, I'm an officer" bit, which didn't 
seem to do much good. In fact, the man 
dashed around the corner and ducked into 
a nearby parking lot. 



NOVEMBKR-DKCHMBtR, iy^« 



17 



OsTRO Heard The Click 

Approaching the hidden man, Castro 
heard that unmistakable sound ... a 
(.lick! The man, hidden by the shadows, 
had tried to shoot him. 

At that moment, another otfuer appear- 
ed. At Castro's warning, he also took 
cover. Both men then shouted a "drop 
your gun or we'll shoot " warning to the 
fugitive. Castro, with his fellow-othter 
covering him, crouched low and worked 
his way toward the cornered gunman. 
Once again, this time emphasizing his or- 
der by yanking out his revolver, Castro 
shouted at the man to throw down his gun. 
Apparently, the desperado, seeing the two 
.38's pointed his way, realized he didn't 
have a chance at escaping. He came out 
with his hands up. 

Two Sailors Robbed 

Moments later, after the man was ar- 
rested and was being taken away, Castro 



found out that the man had just held up 
two sailors and was making his getaway 
in the cab. The whole plan had gone hay- 
wire, though, when the frightened cabbie 
jumped from his cab and hollered for 
help. 

Quite possibly, Castro could have 
started slinging lead when he had the man 
trapped. But that's not part of his work 
pattern, he says. Apparently, he wants to 
get his man "the Castro way," the way 
built on this officer's belief that "Thou 
Shalt Not Kill. ' 

The 6-foot-2" officer has less violent 
sides to his jcjb, too. Frequently his duties 
have included the escorting of 'VIP's 
around the city. 

Some of the celebrities he's shown 
around include Harry Truman and the 
Shah of Iran and movie people like Rita 
Moreno, Sherce North, Richard Ugan, Bob 
Hope, Gloria De Haven, and Debra Paget. 



EARL KING 

l!SlOi\ OIL DfiALER 
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 

Phone SEabriRht 1-9670 
.<701 NORIEGA STREET 



SAN IRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



THE YOUNG CHINA 



881 CLAY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



Daly TRAVEL SERVICES. INC. 

Dai Shi km an. (.eller^l Ma,l.ig,r 

AIR • RAIL • STEAMSHIP 

HOTELS • RESORTS • TOURS 

All Ihtsc uiirld-uide services handled 

personally for you 
NO CHARGE FOR OUR SERVICE 




SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



On several 
occasions Castro 
demonstrated his 
technique in 
persuading a 
gunman to "lay 
that pistol down.' 



COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 



MORT'S CHEVRON SERVICE 

Sixth .Avenue at B Street 
SAN MATEO. CALIFORNIA 

REED'S CAFE 

Breakfast ■ Lunch - Dinner - Sandwiches 
175 South Boulevard — San Mateo, Ca 



KEY TO TEST 
PAGES 12 AND 



JOHN HABR'S MOBIL SERVICE 

Mobilubrication Is Not Just Another Lube Job 
699 San Mateo Drive—San Mateo— Dl 3-1946 

TOP HAT CLEANERS 

Where You Get Personal Service- Dl 4 45 13 
568 North Ellsworth Avenue — San Mateo. Calif. 



J. VETTER & CO.- 

Investment 
rd Avenue 



nd 3-3545 

tale 

leo. Califoi 



ON 



1 3 



0/ies. 


Alls 


1 . . . 


1 


2 . . . 


5 


3 . . . 


4 


4 . . . 


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5 . . . 


4 


6 . . . 


1 


7 . . . 


3 


8 . . . 


2 


9 . . . 


3 


10 . . . 


4 



DR. DONALD DICKSON 

Chiropractor — JUniper 5-8350 
bH7 Mission Street Daly City. California 

THE MILLER HOUSE 

Fine Wines • Liquors — Phone DE 3-9111 
105 Broad Street — San Francisco. California 

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY 

1615 Mission Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

M. J. GIGY AND ASSOCIATES 

467 SIXTH STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

DUO LETTER SHOP 

Mukilithintt • Mimeographing CArfield I 1466 
16 California Street — San Francisco. California 

SHERMAN TRAILER REPAIR 

Maintenance Inside or Out — PLaza 6 022 7 
1700 El Camino Real- South San Francisco. Cal. 



KRAY'S AUTO PARTS 

NoRB Krav 

MAtkei 1-3311 
160 SEVENTH STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



TEMPLE GARAGE 

644 GEARY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

MUNROE BODY & PENDER 
WORKS 

838 ELLIS STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

GRAND MARKET 



1814 POLK STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



O'BRIEN'S FLORISTS 

WEDDING • BOUQUET • FUNERAL 
Robert O'Brien 

MOntrose 4-9780 

1155 TARAVAL STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

REMINGTON RAND DIVISION- 
SPERRY RAND CORP. 

41 FIRST STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

CHERKO REALTY CO. 

RENTING, LEASING 

HOTELS - APARTMENT HOUSES 

Tom Chetyrko 



news 



Phone PRospect 5-8377 
754 LARKIN STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



CALIFORNIA HYDRONICS 
CORP. 




SAN FRANCISCO 



910 HOWARD STREET 

CALIFORNIA 



SIERRA PRESS 

SlJeciatists in Preparation of 

PUBLICATIONS 

Booklets - Magazines - Catalogues - Folders 

Mailing Pieces - Sales Promotion Material 

BUSINESS PRINTING 

Letterheads - Invoices - Statements 

Business Cards - Political Announcements 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



AMERICAN BAPTISTS 
PUBLICATION 

■'All Varieties of Bibles. Including Masonic Bibles' 

352 SOUTH SPRING STREET 
LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA 



REPCAL BRASS MFG. CO. 

PLUMBING BRASS GOODS 

"Manufacturers of the World's Most 

Comfilete line of fine Shouers" 

210915 EAST 27TH STREET 
LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA 



VILLAGE PHARMACY 

Reg. Pharmacist, Stanley Meyer 

FREE DELIVERY 
AMERICAN GREEN STAMPS 

FR 5-4713 

1708 SOUTH CATALINA AVENUE 

REDONDO BEACH CALIFORNIA 



KWANS CHINESE FOOD 

FOOD TO GO 
3 P.M. TO 10 P.M. - Closed Mondays 



NEW CHIEF for Burlingame is Carl M. 
Lollin, former police chief of Buena Park, 
Calif. Lollin, 38, a career officer, was once a 
patrolman in Stockton, later served with Cali- 
fornia Highway Patrol. He replaces Chief 
R. C. Theuer, who retired recently. 



EL TOREO CAFE 

DRAUGHT BEER 
"Drink it by the Pitcher" 

1913 WEST CARSON STREET 
TORRANCE CALIFORNIA 

BEST WISHES FROM 

KEYSTONE POTTERY & 
NURSERY 

1025 WEST CARSON STREET 
TORRANCE CALIFORNIA 

GEORGE'S MEAT-N-PLACE 

■FOOD AT ITS BEST" 



1340 EL PRADO 



TORRANCE 



CALIFORNIA 



CHOP CHOP KITCHEN 

CHINESE FINE FOOD TO TAKE OUT 
Free Parking 

DA 3-4076 
15343 NORMANDIE AVENUE 



CALIFORNIA 



HERMOSA BEACH 



FR 9-4626 
337 PIER AVENUE 



SUNSHINE MARKET 

MEATS - VEGETABLES - GROCERIES 
NOTIONS - DRUGS 

DA 4-7727 

14823 SOUTH VERMONT AVENUE 

GARDENA CALIFORNIA 



V 



n 



ERNEST A. CARLSON, Sheriff of El Dorado 
County, and his staff have always been known 
for the efficient law enforcement they give citi- 
zens in this rugged, mountainous lake country. 
Carlson, re-elected in June, is in charge of 18 
men (full time) and five men (part time); a 
Jeep patrol (10 acting deputies) ; air squadron 
(six planes, two pilots). Chief Deputy is 
Stanley Groves. Carlson recently appointed 
Val Hoskins a permanent deputy in Meeks 
Bay area. 



NOE VALLEY FRENCH LAUNDRY 

Blankets, Lace Curtains, Shirts. Silks 
3821 -24th Street — San Francisco. California 

ETHEL SILVE 

Dresses, Skirts, Blouses, Sweaters — MA 1-13 10 
1632 Haight Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

SUNSET NURSING HOME 

Mr. & Mrs. E. Gourdin — OV 1-6783 

1801 - 47th Avenue — San Francisco. Calif. 

PARK DRIVE CLEANERS 

1845 Haight Street — BAyview 1-9414 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

SAN FRANCISCO COLLECTION AGENCY 

22 17 Webster Street — WAlnut 1-2382 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

PEERLESS RADIO & TELEVISION 

Radio - Television Service — SKyline 1-8022 
372 1 Geary Boulevard — San Francisco, Calif. 

SCHIRMER STEVEDORING CO., LTD. 

Contracting Stevedores 
5 5 Sacramento Street — San Francisco. Calif. 

McKINLEY CORPORATION OF CALIFORNIA 

2 196 Palou Street — Mission 8-1665 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

FOPKOFF'S FROZEN FOOD 

Wholesale-Retail — SKyline 2-392 1 
342 Balboa Street — San Francisco, California 

STRATHMORE APARTMENTS 

2-3 Room Furnished Apartments — Refrigeration 
1481 Eddy Street — San Francisco, California 



ROY'S CHEVRON SERVICE 

1799 Ocean Ave.— San Francisco— JU 4-3019 

DR. SAMUEL A. GOLDMAN 

23 1 Ellis Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



NOVliMBLRDliCLMULR, 1938 



19 



from around the state 



ABC:\ KusmII Munro 

(Iffl). and CHPs 

B. R. Caldwell display 

poster which was put 

in all hars and taverns 

as part of 1958 

tralfic safety program. 




Clhlunii., UlKhuuiy P,llr„l phola 



Oakland police dept. holds review 




«/,,> /..,,/>/., O.ikl.inJ Tiihiim 

ANNUAL DEPARTMENTAL INSPECTION of the Oakland Police Department was held 
early in Septemher in parking lot of the City Auditorium. Review party is shown at left. At 
right is the Oakland Police Dept. Motorcycle Drill Team, who put on precision drill for the 
hundreds of spectators. 

GLAMOUR-PIX STUDIO 

Glamorous Portraits • Weddings 
566 Vallejo Street — San Francisco, Calif. 




ST. ROSE ACADEMY 



lir Stylist 

ly Salon— EX 2-3-107 
,n Francisco. Calif. 



POLICE OFFICER Harry MacDonald carries 
John Astrup, 8, down from Oakland hills 
where the lad had been lost overnight. Astrup 
was treated for cold, hunger. 



Compliments of 
PHILLIPS REDUCING SYSTEM 

150 Powell Street - - San Francisco, C 



SIDNEY MIRON 
Positively pays the highest prices for se 

hand gowns, dresses and suits 
1 750 Geary Street — San Francisco. Calil 

LA PINATA 

1701 Polk Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



WAYSIDE NURSERY 

i'Ui»cr I'lunis • Shrubs of All Kinds 
Lawn and Ilowir Seed • Fertilizer 
Lawn Curbing • Stepping Stones 

Phone DAvis 4-4063 

11106 SOUTH WESTERN AVENUE 

(..\KI)I:NA CALIFORNIA 

COMPUMF.NTS 01 

MOTOYAMA MARKET 

Oruni.il .uul Anurn.in I oods 

lAI'ANESK DELICATESSEN 

Lipancse Beer • Wine • Sake 

Choice Meats • Fresh Vegetables 

DA 4-0949 

161.15 SOUTH WESTERN AVENUE 

(.AHDENA CALIFORNIA 



BEN'S MARKET 

DA 3-7701 

16-127 SOUTH WESTERN 

GARDENA CALIFORNIA 

BEST WISHES FROM 

SUVA'S KEG MARKET 

Wholciulc Dealer • Keg Beers 

COMPLETE PARTY SERVICE 

Spanish Delicalessen • Groceries and Meats 

Telephone DA 4-6178 

16822 SOUTH WESTERN AVENUE 

GARDENA CALIFORNIA 



UNITED TOWING COMPANY 

sutler 1-6606 
PIER 14 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



Compliments of 
PRICE WATERHOUSE & CO. 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

THE ANTLERS CLUB 

390 Golden Gate Avenue - PRospect 5-1944 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 




Bi.riniK.ime AJi.m, 

RUDOLPH C. THEUER retired recently after 
almost -111 years on Burlingame police force 
the last l.< as their Chief of Police. The well 
known police administrator said he's looking 
forward to "taking a little vacation and sonu 
relaxation." His successor is Carl M. Lollin 
38, former police chief in Buena Park, Calif 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



SIMS BROS. SIGNAL SERVICE STATION 

6201 Third Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

STRATFORD'S RICHFIELD SERVICE 

S & H Stamps — JU 5-9874 
4300 Mission Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

SAM'S TIME STATION 

2000 - 19th Avenue at Pacheco — OV 1-380: 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

GLOBO CAFE 

Always A Friendly Welcome I— GA 1-9690 



A AND B GROCERY 

2 701 Bryant Street — VAlencia 6-99 17 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL 



STOHLTON'S JEWELRY REPAIRING 

"If Stohlton Can't Fix Your Watch — Throw It 
liway"-2283 Chestnut-San Francisco-WE 1-2354 



YOUNG SING 

CANTONESE CUISINE 



REAL NEW YORK PIZZA 

RAVIOLI • SPAGHETTI • LASAGNA 

food 10 Take Oul 

JOANN'S PIZZA HOUSE 



Telephone DAvis 4-5515 

1915 WEST REDONDO BEACH BOULEVARD 

GARDENA CALIFORNIA 



PR 


5-9826 










Con 


ipUmeiils of 






THE 


808 CLUB 




yoi4 


r Friendly 


Neighborhood Tavern 






808 SUTTER STREET 


SAN FRANCISCO 


CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

HARRY S. WAINWRIGHT 



Comp/imenfs of 
RUSSELL L. WOLDEN 



VICENZA LIQUORS 

TOP QUALITY LIQUORS 

FINE WINE 

Domestic and Imported 



DElaware 3-5528 
4620 MISSION STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



Compliments of 

ACME PAPER COMPANY 



AT 2-9786 
950 TENNESSEE STREET 



CALIFORNIA 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

ALLMOND GUEST HOME 

DAvis 4-5054 
1837 WEST REDONDO BEACH BOULEVARD 
GARDENA CALIFORNIA 




CARL G. ANDERSON was recently awarded 
a medal for bravery. Officer Anderson dis- 
armed and seized a holdup man in a San Fran- 
cisco tavern early in '58. Awards are made 
annually by the 9 1st Division Association. 



12TH AND KIRKHAM MARKET 

Groceries - Wine ■ Liquor 

SEabright 1-9540 
754 KIRKHAM STREET 



NATIONAL CASH REGISTER 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



H. F. SUHR CO.. INC. 

Funeral Directors 

PRIVATE PARKING AREA 

2919 MISSION STREET Between 25th and 26th 



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NOVEMHliR-Di;CI-MBER, 19S8 



21 



TV's "Line Up " honored 

Show boosts Siiu Vraucisco 

aud its police department 



TMi Pi'BLic RiaATioNS angle oi TV's 
"Line Up" is apparently hitting pay 
dirt. And the hardworking San I'rant isco 
ChaniLxT ot Commerce is i)ne ot the big 
laitors in the success ot this widely-known 
TV show. 

In recent ceremonies, the (hamhcr hon- 
ored the series "for telling the story of 
the City's excellent police department with 
great authenticity and for beaming San 
Francisco scenes into millions of homes 
throughout the world. " 

Producer, Stars Honored 

Producer Jaime del Valle and Actors 
Warner Anderson and Tom Tully were 
presented honorary cards along with copies 
of the new Seal recording, "San Francisco, 
My Enchanted City. " 

Chamber President Alan K. Browne 
made the presentation to the TV troupe on 
location at Steinhart Acjuarium. 

"We're very proud of the program and 
have constantly been surprised at the 
knowledge of San Francisco shown by 
visitors who are devoted fans in their 
homes as far away as Australia and New- 
Zealand, " Browne told del Valle. 

"Line Up" Helps Boost City 

"It s a tremendous asset for a city like 
San Francisco, which gains much of its 
prosperity from visitors and conventions 
to be photographed with such authenticity 
and devotion and for the program to be 
so popular throughout the world. " 

The Chamber pointed out that the hon- 
orary cards are by no means a mass pro- 



duction affair. The cards are presented on 
a highly selective basis and are reserved 
only for those San I'ranciscans or honorary 
Saa Franciscans whose efforts have added 
to the distinction of the city, Chamber 
Cicneral Manager G. L. Fox, said. 

SF Police Commissioner Thomas J. 
Mellon and Chronicle columnist Herb 
C^aen were among the few recipients dur- 
ing the last two years. 

Card Used In Russia 
The Russians have even gotten into the 
act, according to the Chamber. A distin- 
guished San Franciscan once used his hon- 
orary card to get behind the Iron Curtain 
when Soviet border guards refused to rec- 
ognize his U. S. passport and other cre- 
dentials. 

The Chamber also announced a promo- 
tional program utilizing a retired Powell 
Street cable car. Actors Tully and Ander- 
son, in their roles as "Ambassadors Ex- 
traordinary," are on an extended tour of 
3i eastern cities aboard the motorized 
cable car. The car was converted by Breun- 
ers and is now the property of Harrahs 
Club, Lake Tahoe. 

Mayors Taken For Ride 

The two detectives are calling on the 
mayors or presidents of Chambers of Com- 
merce of 3'i cities from Chicago and New 
York, taking them on rides on the cable 
car. The TV personalities also present 
their hosts with copies of the San Fran- 
cisco recording plus a certificate naming 
them honorary cable tar conductors. 



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23 



Construction begins on new 
highway patrol building 



Coastal Zone H 
for com pletioii 



CONSTRUCTION IS UNDl-RViAV on the 
California Highway Patrol's new 
Coastal Zone Headtjuartcrs Building; in 
San Francisco. The structure is expected 
to be completed in about nine months. 

Plenty ot Highway Patrol and San I'ran- 
cisco Police Department per.sonncl were 
on hand tor the ground-breaking cere- 
monies held November 6. 

King Breaks Ground 

Supervising Inspector J. Raymond 
King, Coastal Zone Commander, cautious- 
ly worked the controls of a back-hoe in- 
stead of the using the traditional shovel 
for the ceremony. Watching his progress 
were Al Nelder, SF's Deputy Chief of 
Police; Deputy Commissioner Ross R. Mc- 
Donald, Highway Patrol, Sacramento; and 
several members of the Patrol and the 
SFPD. 

The two-story building will have ap- 
proximately 9,000 square feet of floor 
space. The site has 2*^0' frontage on 
Eighth Street, between Harrison and 
Bryant Streets, in the South-of-Market 
section. It forms a near triangle about 
280' deep between the approach ramp and 
the exit ramp of the Bayshore Freeway. 
Coastal Zone Headquarters 

King will have his office in the new 



eadquarters set 
in fall of '39 

building. As Coastal Zone Commander, 
his territory includes all coastal counties 
between Ventura on the South, and Del 
Norte on the north, plus Lake, Napa, So- 
lano, Contra Costa, and San Benito coun- 
ties. It includes five districts, IS areas, and 
six substations. 

The new Coastal Zone Headquarters 
Building will also house personnel from 
three patrol districts and the Bay Bridge 
Area; District Three, under Inspector Fred 
A. Leber (office now in Richmond); Dis- 
trict Five, under Inspector Howard G. 
Amborn (office now in Oakland); and 
District 15, under Inspector Walter Se- 
queiro (office now at 160 South Van Ness, 
San I'rancisco) . 

Three Offices To Close 

Also, the Bay Bridge Area, under Cap- 
tain William G. Stimann (office now at 
the Bay Bridge Toll Plaza); and the Cen- 
tral Radio Dispatch, covering four areas 
(San Rafael, San Leandro, Redwood City, 
and the Bay Bridge Area). 

It was further stated that when the new 
building is finished, the Highway Patrol 
will close its offices in Oakland, Rich- 
mond, and at 160 South Van Ness, San 
Francisco. However, this will not affect 
the Department of Motor Vehicles Offices 
at these locations, it was announced. 




SI lix.lf'uui 

B.ACK HOH OPERATOR for the groundhrt.ikin^ cLrcruoin «a> Supervising Inspector J. Ray- 
mond King. Advising him in scooping up ilic crailaional shovel of ground were SF l)cput\ 
Chief of Police Al Nelder ( center ). and Deputy Commissioner Ross R. McDonald, of f' .n 
mento. The guests in background are members of the San Francisco Police Department and the 
California Highway Patrol. 



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SF winners announced 
in pistol competition 

By J. Ross DUNNIGAN 

THE SF Police Department's pistol 
championship _• classic opened Sep- 
tember 18. It should be noted that the day 
was just built for shooting — no wind and 
the sun was penetrating enough to make 
for steady hands and plenty of bulls-eyes. 
There were about 150 individual entries 
and 33 teams. 

I ran into Alan Johnson, relief night 
man at the planetarium, who informed 
me that he completely forgot about the 
matches and they sneaked up on him be- 
fore he knew it but maybe next year he'll 
compete. 

Prizes Awarded 

The first match produced an upset in 
which the defending last year's champion. 
Inspector Ed Preston, was taken to task 
by his teammate Walt "Van Dehey, from 
the Park station. Both men finished the 
match with identical scores, 98, 99 and 98 
for a 295. In the shootoff Ed miffed a 
shot, so Walt was declared winner and 
awarded the cigarette lighter. If I remem- 
ber rightly, Walt doesn't hit the weed. 
The prizes were a cigarette lighter for 
1st place, a gaucho (bola) tie for second 
while third and fourth place winners re- 
ceived medals. Frank Dunphy tells me he 
didn't shoot in the matches but received 
a nice score for himself. Knowing Frank 
as I do I'm inclined to go along with it. 
Frank at one time was a pretty good hot- 
shot himself. 

The Potrero team was in kind of a bad 
way there for a minute, or at least that's 
what Dan Carrick thought. When the 
team was called on the lines, Dan could- 
n't find Gouslin and had one bad time 
until he had his man on the line all set 
to go. 

Battle of the Bulge 

I did notice that many of the officers, 
who were inclined to be on the hefty side, 
have slimmed down to somewhat nearer 
human proportions. On them it looks 
good. Ed "Woods, the boss statistical of- 
ficer of the range knocked ofT considerable 
poundage. Maybe I should, too. However, 
some of the gentry could still get into 
fighting shape. It isn't half as much fun 
taking it off as putting it on. 

After all the shooting is over and one 
glances at the scores, you have to hand 
it to some of the men. The greatest num- 
ber of them are shooting with their service 
revolvers which doesn't help the scores 
any too much. If you gave them a good 
target gun you'd see the scores zoom up 
and in many cases, I venture, some of the 



medium shooters of today would be up 
with the best in the department. I note 
Bill Traner, a recent addition to the force 
is right up there among the master first 
class boys. 

A New Pistol Champ? 

The first match always produces the 
puzzler match to figure out, so I will not 
attempt to do any crystal ball gazing. I 
do know that it looks like Preston had 
better watch those butterflies or the depart- 
ment may have a new champion soon. 

The Inspectors Bureau Team came out 
on top, as is their usual procedure. Not 
too far behind was the Traffic team No. 1. 
The Inspectors have had things pretty 
much their own way for many years and 
the other teams are sure out to change the 
picture in 1958. However, they are a 
pretty tough bunch of shooters to beat and 
if they are taken to the cleaners this year 
you can bet it'll be a mighty strong team 
that does it. 

SCORES (Individual) 

Master 1st Class.. Walt Van Dehey 295 

Master Class Al Esperance 280 

Expert Class.- Ed Murray 268 

Sharpshooter Frank Panacci 251 

Marksman Class. .Marion Overstreet--..224 

Master Class Inspectors No. 1....1160 

Expert Class Central No. 1 1077 

Sharpshooter Richmond No. 3 .-1056 

Marksman Class.- Inspectors No. 4.... 933 



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25 



# The scioiul inttriitparlnicnt.il matih 
shows W.ilt V.in DcH.iy out In I'ront in 
the individual match - but trailed so 
closely by Jack Ahern it isn't tunny, boys. 
Walt had a 29^ in the first match and 
followed up with a 293 for a total of "iSS 
for first honors so far. jack Ahern, ot the 
Inspectors Bureau, had a 29.S in both 
matches for a total of 'i86 and is breath- 
ing down Walts collar. Ed Preston, last 
year's departmental champion, missed the 
second match but shot a 29'> in September. 
So Ed is still in the running but 29*1 is nt)t 
one of his best scores by a long way. Dick 
Willett of the Park St.ition had only one 
shoot under his belt but it was a 290. He 
was eliminated as of that one match. 
Freeman Has Good Score 
The master class seems dominated by 
Sgt. Ray Freeman, of the Potrero station. 
He had a 278 in both matches and from 
the way it looks now he might cop the 
first prize in that class. Many shooters with 
gunslinging reputations have only fired in 



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one match suih as Jaik Chancy, Hal Rey- 
nolds, Joe Hroggi, just to mention a lew 
who tould turn the tide with a touple ot 
good scores. 

All in all it was a swell individual duel 
with l-io shooters as against I 50 on open- 
ing day. The 10 shooter drop in attendance 
is very good as the drop-out is usually a 
bit more. The same goes tor the team 
matches where 3.3 teams opened the tour- 
nament (30 teams were on hand for the 
second match). Evidentally the shooters 
are interested no end. 

Park Team Looks Good 

The Park Station team No. 1 looks like 
the strong team this year. It has three 
members of the SFPD pistol team on it 
— Schaugaard, Willet, Van Dehey and as 
Reynolds is not an SFPD team member he 
is by no means a novice. Look for them to 
take the trophy away from the usual win- 
ners — the Inspectors team No. 1. The Park 
team has a total of 2319 while the In- 
spectors have a total of 2314. Not much, 
but with the regular Park Station shooters 
on the lines, they should place first this 
year. 

Most of the team membership in the 
other classes are jumbled up. Switching 
members at times is not too good. The 
Central team No. 1 finished in first place 
in the September match and when they 
changed their lineup, they came in sixth. 
These changes are of course, in many in- 
stances due to duty of the men, cannot be 
avoided but they can sure wreck scores. 

Ran into Bill Creeden recently. Bill has 
been assigned to the Recreation & Park 
Department as their officer. He tells me 
that he isn't interested in the shoulder to 
shoulder stuff but is gonna wait to find out 
v\'ho the winner is and then challenge him 
to a quick draw contest. That's where Bill 
shines (at least, that's what he told me). 

INDIVIDUAL WINNERS 

Master 1st Class. Walter Van Dehey. 293 

Master Class Ray Freeman 278 

Expert Class James Ludlow 266 

Sharpshooter Lloyd Kelly 249 

Marksman Class. George Pohley 223 

TEAM WINNERS 

Master Class Park No. 1 1183 

Expert Class Inspectors No. 2. .1091 

Sharpshooter Traffic No. 7 1039 

Marksman Class Traffic No. 5 963 



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SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

PRESENTATION HIGH SCHOOL 



3011 LAGUNA STREET 281 MASONIC AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



FRED HUDKINS INC. 

PLYMOUTH 
(Exclusively) 

SAN MATEO PALO ALTO 

1560 VAN NESS AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

— IT'S A GIFT! — 

FROM SWEDEN, BELGIUM 

and Original San Francisco Cards and Ceramics 

KARRMAN-WELLS — Imports 

PRospect 6-6133 
1827 POLK STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



HOWARD BUILDING 
COFFEE BAR 

F. M. Danner 

TAKE OUT SERVICE 

7:30 — 5:00 

SUtter 1-9810 

209 POST STREET Near Grant 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



NOVEMBER-DECEMBER, IQ-iS 



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TIME 

MANN S WATCH REPAIR 
GENERAL JEWELRY SHOP 

Telephone SEabriRht 1-1002 

81 WEST PORTAL AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



DON'S TV SERVICE 



H44 MISSION STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



ANCHOR CAFE 

Sam Zaih.s 

DOuitUs 2-961} 
265 SIXTH STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



M A I C O 

Hearing Service 

126 POST STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

C.KF.ETISCS 

VINMAR & TOWN MOTELS 

3255 — 3211 GENEVA AVENUE 

DEIawarc 3-3000 — JUniper 4-5110 

Near Famous Cow Palace and Giant Ball Park 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

PAUL de VRIES 
LOUIS AND CO. 

FINE JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE 

YUkon 2-5571 
300 POST STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



BAXTER CO. 

101 KANSAS STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



PLAYERS CLUB 



2245 GENEVA AVENUE 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



PETE'S RETREAT 

I or IrirnJi lo M,rl 
LUNCH — COCKTAILS 

124 GEARY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



GARDEN COURT 
NURSING HOME 



766 EIGHTH AVENUE 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



ARVIN ELECTRIC 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 

Industrial • Commercial ' Residential 

Construction and Maintenance 

Arvin H. HeiL 

Mission 7-0752 

1611 INNES AVENUE 

(At Third Street) 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



SYNOD OF CALIFORNIA 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

IN THE U. S. A. 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



VIEW OF THE OCEAN 
REST HOME 

8101 GEARY BOULEVARD 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

HAXTON UPHOLSTERING & 
SEATING COMPANY 

PLaza 5-4141 

2767 TWENTY-FIRST STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

EL AMIGO CAFE 

TAMALES - ENCHILADAS - TACOS 

CHILES RELLENOS 

■Real Mexican Food With That 

South of the Border Flavor' ■ 

"Catering to Private Parties and Banquets" 

Fine Wines tt Liquors — Food To Take Out 

VAIencia 6-3387 

3355 MISSION STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

PACIFIC ELEVATOR & 
EQUIPMENT COMPANY 

Pattenger - Freight and Automatic EUvators 



SAN FRANCISCO 



HEmlock 1-4476 
45 RAUSCH STREET 



COMPUMFNTS <tl 



THE WISHING WELL 



SEabriKbt 1-6433 
603 IRVING STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



BODE GRAVEL CO. 

BODEMIX CONCRETE 
Sand and Gravel 



UNderhill 1-5321 
235 ALABAMA STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



HAYES VALLEY AQUARIUM 

TROPICAL BIRDS AND FISH 
Tank Manufacturing • Repairs 
Tanks Installed and Serviced 

UNderhill 3-3483 
327-A HAYES STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



D Y C E 

Custom Dressmaking 
Style Co-ordinating 

PRospect 6-8246 

15281/j CALIFORNIA STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

WILLIAMSON-ASSOCIATES 
P'lnball Machines 

HEmlock 1-7427 
488 FELL STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

STATE SUPPLY 

INDUSTRIAL — METALS 

222 SEVENTH STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



THE FRANCIS WOOD CO. 



465 CALIFORNIA STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



CALIFORNIA 



TURKISH INFORMATION OFFICE 

347 STOCKTON STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



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FREDERICK MEISWINKEL INC. 



GENEVA SHEET METAL SHOP 



DElaware 3-9620 
2155 TURK STREET 2428 SAN BRUNO AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



P. A. BERGEROT 

110 SUTTER STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



STERLING MATTRESS CO. 

1919 BRYANT STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



BLACK HAWK 



CHRIS COFFEE SHOP 



200 HYDE STREET 564 GEARY STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



MISSION PRESCRIPTION 
PHARMACY 



598 GUERRERO STREET 



CAPRI CAFE 

fFe Serve Family Style Dinner 
Gabriele Forte — Valeria Forte 



Phone SUtter 1-9569 
1326 GRANT AVENUE 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA g^jM FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

M. D. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE 

James Buchanan, Manager 

760 MARKET STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



W. J. THOMPSON 



LEACH SERVICE STATION 

998 INNES AVENUE 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



BALI'S 



25 WAYLAND STREET 615 SANSOME STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



H. R. HUNGERFORD 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



ELIZABETH ARDEN SALON 

550 SUTTER STREET 



CELIA'S REST HOME 



SAN FRANCISCO 



435 NINETEENTH AVENUE 
CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



FLORA CRANE SERVICE 

DEMOLITION AND CRANE RENTALS 



NATIONAL LACQUER CO. 



1600 ARMSTRONG AVENUE 



BELFIORE 

ITALIAN RESTAURANT AND PIZZERIA 



PRospect 5-9822 
1000 BUSH STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA (Corner Jones) 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



250 MANDELL STREET 



COAIPL/AIENTS OF 

B & T DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 



2440 ALAMEDA STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



BEST WISHES FROM 

CAL'S DRIVE-IN INC. 



2199 SUTTER STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



UNIVERSITY MOUND 
LADIES HOME 



DElaware 3-7337 

350 UNIVERSITY STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



ATLAS ASSURANCE CO. 

315 MONTGOMERY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



MOTEL DE VILLE 

2599 LOMBARD STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



MIKE'S RICHFIELD SERVICE 

Brakes • Tune-Up • Electrical 

Minor Repairs 

PICK UP AND DELIVERY 

M. B. Chingoon 

Phone JOrdan 7-8771 

500 MASONIC AT McAllister 

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



novemi3Erdi:c:i-mhi:r, 19'is 



29 



What's the verdict? 



B) Clayri: & Michel Lipman 

iHnslhinJ aiul uije writing team. 

well-kitouii for their itr/tings on 

points of law) 

THi: LAVi is really not as complicated 
as many people think. Trouble is, 
the jacls are usually more compiiiatcil than 
they think. See what you lan do on this 
le^al test of wits: 

* * * 

You subscribe to your Uxal weekly mag- 
azine, telling the editor you'll take it for 
six months. If you want to continue after 
that, you'll let him know. When the paid- 
up six months expires, you do nothing, 
but the paper keeps on arriving. You keep 
reading it, ignoring statements, and never 
putting in a cancellation. After three years, 
your bill amounts to S24. The newspaper 
sues .-' 

Must You Pay.' 

You must pay, said a Missouri court. 
You accepted and used the product of an- 
other man's labor. Even though you didn't 
[:)ersonally order the paper continued after 
the first six months, the contract continues. 
So you must pay. 

* * * 

You're driving your car during a cloud- 
burst. Water is rising around you. You 
take refuge on high ground, owned by a 
belligerent recluse. The old man orders 
you oflf his property, finally forces you to 
leave. You have to spend a wet night on 
the roof of your car, with flood waters 
swirling about you. Pneumonia results. 
You sue the old recluse for damages. He 
defends his action on the ground that you 
were trespassing. Can you recover your ex- 
penses ? 

Old Man's Responsibility 

Yes, says a 'Vermont court. You have a 
legal right to trespass in time of great 
danger. The old man put you in grave 
peril, and he must be held responsible. 

* « « 

You have a fond memory of your alma 
mater, old Seedy College. So later, when 



DR. FELIX MAPA 

60") Sutler Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

VICE CONSUL OF ECUADOR 

IMS Market Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

A. D. ZANETTI COMPANY 

Paper Baskets ■ Printing • Paper Ruling 

1615 Innes Ave. San Francisco— Ml 7-0717 



BOB'S BARBER SHOP 

ed Maircutting — SKyline 2- 1047 



vou start m.muf.icturing a line of fine 
chocolates, you name them "Seedy Can- 
dies," using the college seal with minor 
changes on the box. The college sues you 
to stop your unauthorized use. Are you, as 
a former student entitled to use this name.' 
No Competition Involved 
Yes, said a I'cderal court. This isn't a 
situation of commercial comjietition. 
There's no injury to the tollegc in a case 
like this, and none likely to result. 
* * * 

You're looking through a catalog and 



TONY'S COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

IN THK lltAKT Ol IKUCKli: 
R.ilph .ind M.iy— Your Iricndly Hosts 

tUCKKI-; CALIIOKNIA 



VAN NESS MOTEL 



2850 VAN NESS AVENUE 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



HARVIS CONSTRUCTION. INC. 

CaitvM Counselors 

PLaza 6 -(.^00 

946 EL CAMINO REAL 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

ATLAS ROOFING CO. 

NEW ROOFS AND REPAIRS 

ASBESTOS SIDING AND SHINGLES 

Bank Terms • All Work Gurantccd & Insured 

PLaza 5-3570 

11.15 AIRPORT BOULEVARD 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



VISTA GRANDE MARKET 

6.350 MISSION STREET 
DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 



VILLA SANITARIUM 



discover an EM radio for $20 that you 
know retails for at least SSO. You send a 
check with your order — but the dealer 
sends it back, though he has the item in 
stock. You sue to forte the sale. Can you 
force him to sell f 

No, .iccording to a retcnt Massachusetts 
court ruling. The catalog is only an ad, 
a solicitation. They didn't make you a firm 
offer and cannot be held. 



J. J. CROSETTI CO. 

Growers — Packers — Shippers of 
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 

P. O. BOX 230 
WATSONVILLE CALIFORNIA 



SHADOW CLUB 

■'\rhere C.',f,d lellous Meel" 



Phone FI 2-2555 
719 W EST FIFTH 



CALIFORNIA 



PARK HOTEL 



FI 2-8386 
FOURTH AND MAIN 



CALIFORNIA 



WASHINGTON MOTEL 

he Most Bcauliful Molel in The Willey 
COMPLETE MODERN DRYAIR 



1648 Balboa Str 

BEER KEG— Beer 

Pizza ■ French Bread Sea 
Cocktails— 1000 Columbus S 



DALY CITY 



CALIFORNIA 



FI 2-7543 
1934 ESPLANADE 

CALIFORNIA 



CLUB RIO CAFE AND BAR 

Sitaks and Chops — Dinners 
FINEST IN MIXED DRINKS 

Phone TW 2-9734 

On Highway 101 3 Miles North of 

Hamilton Air Force Base 

NOVATO CALIFORNIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

GARDEN CITY MARKETS 

2207 W FST COMPTON BOULEVARD 

(Corner Compion and \'an Ness .Avenues) 

GARDENA. CALIFORNIA 

1027 WEST MANCHESTER BOULEVARD 

(Corner Manchester and Vermont) 

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 



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CHINESE 

EAGLE CHOP SUEY CAFE 



Courtesy to Parties — Take Out Orders 

DAvis 4-5782 

15449 SOUTH WESTERN AVENUE 

GARDENA CALIFORNIA 



BEST WISHES PROM 

BARKS FROZEN FOODS 



159 PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY 
HERMOSA BEACH CALIFORNIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

LLOYD'S PHARMACY 

Courtesy 10 All Peace Officers hi the Bay Area 
Free Prescription Pick Up and Delivery 

FRontier 9-3817 • ORegon 8-4686 

2410 REDONDO BEACH BOULEVARD 

REDONDO BEACH CALIFORNIA 

"Everything for the Garden" 
JIM - JOHN - AL 

SKYLINE GARDEN SUPPLY, INC. 

PLaza 5-9541 

SKYLINE AND ALEMANY BOULEVARD 

(Above Westlakc) 

DALY CITY CALIFORNIA 



GRANITE CONSTRUCTION CO. 

ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS 

PA 4-4711 
BEACH ROAD 



WATSONVILLE 



CALIFORNIA 



SORRENTO PIZZERIA A RESTAURANT 

314 Columbus Avenue 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

GENE PEL.LUFO CO. 

76 Moss Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

NORBERT CRONIN & CO. 

593 Market Street 
SAN FRANCISO. CALIFORNIA 

ROMANO'S 

2032 Lombard Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

LA HACIENDA RESTAURANT 

Comidas Tipicas Mexicanas — ATwater 8-9913 
2878 - 24th Street — San Francisco, California 

ELKIN'S ROAD SERVICE— Towlni 

24-Hour Service — JU 5-9943— DO 2-6534 
DE 3-3733—1924 Ocean— San Francisco, Calif. 

DeLOS C. BUTTS — Jeweler 

38 Montgomery Street — DOuglas 2- 181 I 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

Compliments of 
GEORGE E. SWETT & CO. 

too Howard Street — San Francisco. Calif. 



ST. GERMAIN . 

al Estate — Marin 
tnut Street — San 



VIENNA DELICATESSEN 

499 Monterey Boulevard — DElaware 3-4352 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

VICTOR ELECTRIC MFG. COMPANY 

756 Folsom Street — YUkon 6-4 1 10 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

ONE FOR THE ROAD 

2092 Third Street — HEmlock 1-9303 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

SEABEE LIQUOR STORES — Free Delivery 

3000 Taraval - SE 1-6200 — Ice Cubes 
3627 Taraval - SE 1-2373— San Francisco, Calif. 

ACE WATCH HOSPITAL 

Dependable Watchmaker — WAInut 1-5462 
843 Divisadero — San Francisco. California 



SOLIS 

Appliances - Housewares - F 
3000 - 24th Street — Sa 



HARDWARE 

bing— MI 7-4992 
Calfi. 



SAI YON CAFE 

nd American Dishes — YUko 



THE ROSIERE 

3465 California Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

FELIX — Hair Goods 

Designed Expressly For You— DO 2-1636 



133 Geary Street — San Fr 



o, Calif. 



Gateway to the 1960 Whiter Olympics! 




[flffTfRlfl-[0[KIfllL5-DINII16l!Iiror^ 
GOODFELLOWS COFFEE SHOP 

(At the Tahoe "Wye") 

TRUCKEE, CALIFORNIA 



Next to the Postoffice in Truckee 



Eddie Sardi 



Reg Smart 



SIMONSON 
LOGGING CO. 

Redwood & Fir Logging 
Redu'ood Lumber 

Box 199 
SMITH RIVER, CALIF. 



SCAVENGERS 

PROTECTIVE 

ASSOCIATION 

2550 Mason Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 



Compliments of a 



FRIEND 



Pioneer Savings and 
Loan Association 

3245 WILSHIRE BOULEVARD 
LOS ANGELES 5, CALIF. 
742 SOUTH BROADWAY 
LOS ANGELES 14, CALIF. 

Long Beach - Santa Monica 
Huntington Park and Burbank 



Novi-MHi:i<ni;( HMHiiR, ly-ss 



More on study of criminology 

(Editors Note: Thk Journal takes pleasure in ruiiniiig this article, the second oj 
a two-part series presenting a Criminology Program provided for those desiring train- 
ing for a stud) of law or social welfare or who desire to fit themselves for law enforce- 
ment positions. The articles were prepared for Thk Journal by Morris Grodsky. 
Instructor in Criminology, and Fred P. Fitzgerald. Chairman of the Department of 
Criminology at the City College of San Francisco. The College is a pioneer in this study, 
having conducted it cjuietly but efficiently for the last decade.) 

HI-: City College considers itself for- experience as an cdiKator in tiiis p.irticul.ir 



X tun.ite in having a staff of instructors 
who arc not only well cjualiticil in their 
respective fields, hut are also capahie 
teachers. Chairman of the department is 
I-red I", l-itzgerald. Mr. I-itzgeralds edu- 
cational background includes a BS degree 
from the University of San Francisco. 
Service in the San Francisco Police De- 
partment in addition to extensive commu- 
nity service as an educator and consultant 
in the field of law enforcement education 
have contributed a wide background of 
experience w-hich has enabled Mr. Fitz- 
geral to present a program which is prac- 
tical and functional in nature. 
Others On Staff 

The other full time instructor in the 
program is Morris Grodsky, The educa- 
tional background of Mr. Grodsky in- 
cludes an AB degree in Criminalistics 
from the University of California, and a 
teaching credential and Master's degree 
from San Francisco State College. Mr. 
Grodsky has worked as a research assistant 
in the field of Pharmacology, taught in the 
San Francisco Public Schools, and has had 
several articles published in the field of 
criminology. 

Captain Arthur Williams of the San 
Francisco Police Department teaches the 
course in Traffic Investigation. Captain 
Williams has not only had an extensive 
background in the field of police traffic 
problems, but has also had considerable 

DR. VERNON COLLINS 

2006 Sutter Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

CALIFORNIA SHELL FISH CO. 

420 Jefferson Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

DUDLEY PERKINS CO. 

655 Ellis Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

SAN FRANCISCO CITY CALF SKIN CO. 

285 Minna Street 

S.AN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



First Cla 
1790 HaiKht 



HAIGHT street LAUNDRY 



DUO LETTER SHOP 

lithinK - Mimeographing Addressograph 
lifomia St.— San Francisco — GA I-M66 

CLYDE E. BENTLEY 

405 SANSOME STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

UNION MERCANTILE CO. 

465 California Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



area of knowledge. A grailuate of North- 
western University Traffic Safety Institute, 
he is also the author of publications in the 
field of Traffic Fngineering. 

Guest Lecturers Invited 

Gregory S. Stout, lecturer in Criminal 
Law, is a practicing attorney in San Fran- 
cisco. A former member of the San Fran- 
cisco District Attorney's office, Mr. Stout 
received his A.B. and LL.D degrees from 
the University of California. Well known 
in the legal profession, Mr. Stout has the 
ability and interest to enable him to pre- 
sent his information from a point of view 
which is extremely valuable and pr.ictical 
for the police officer. 

In addition to the regular staff of in- 
structors, guest lecturers are invited to pre- 
sent material from various fields of inter- 
est. Many outstanding men from all of the 
different areas of criminology have demon- 
strated their sincere interest in the pro- 
gram by giving freely of their time and 
energy. Such a utilization of different 
talents and varied points of view has re- 
sulted in a program which h.is greater val- 
ue and interest for the student than it 
otherwise would. 

Higher Standards Sought 

It has been said that the ideal situation 
in which learning can take place requires 
only a teacher, a log, and a student. The 
teacher sits on one end of the log, the 
student on the other, and through the 



HANSA HOTEL 



447 Bush Sir 



BOSWORTH CLEANERS 

64 7 Bosworth Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



JAMES BROS. 

Renewing — WA 1-9032 
ut Street San Francisco 



ROY'S CHEVRON SERVICE 

I 799 Ocean Avenue 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

M 4 M LAUNDERETTE 

3417 Mis-sion Street VAlencia 6-3341 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

VENETIAN BAKING COMPANY 

French Bread and Rolls — DO 2 2416 
2200 Powell Street — San Francisco. Califon 

JEFFERSON MARKET 

4027 24th Street - Ml 8 I (40 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



EXbrook 2-5916 

PINKERTON'S 

NATIONAL 

DETECTIVE AGENCY 



MoNADNOCK Building 
San Francisco, Calif. 



Phone FR 8-2393 

George B. McMahan 

Dump Truck & 
Loader Work 

FILL - LOAM - GRAVEL 

HD-6 Loader 

60 South San Jose - Los 

Gatos Road 

Campbell, California 



FRanklin 8-7932 

DAIRY BELLE 
FREEZE 

fountain service and 

BURGERS 

BILL AND LUCILLE DE ROSA 

360 N. Winchester Rd. 
Campbell, California 



Phone: YORKSHIRE 8-3006 

ED RUSSELL 

Thrifty Furniture 
Warehouse 

furniture • television 
appliances 

1910 El Camino Real 
Mountain View, Calif. | 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



process of communication and reasoning, 
knowledge is acquired. While this method 
has the advantage of a small class size and 
might truly be an excellent means of teach- 
ing some subjects, it would hardly be satis- 
factory for a program such as is offered by 
the Criminology Department of the City 
College. The increasing demand for a 
more professional approach to police work 
has led to the development of a curricu- 
lum which could not be presented without 
adequate facilities. The administrative of- 
ficers of the San Francisco School District 
and of the City College, appreciative of 
the contribution made by this program, 
have been most generous and far-sighted 
in supplying excellent facilities and equip- 
ment to implement the objectives of the 
course. 

The Criminology Department occupies 
one wing of the lower floor of Cloud Hall, 
a cleanly designed, modern structure. In 
this wing are to be found a well lighted 
lecture room seating forty-five persons, a 
lecture-laboratory with stations for thirty 
persons, a preparation room adjacent to 
the laboratory, a completely equipped 
dark-room for photographic purposes, and 
offices used by the staff. In addition to this 
space, the department also has access to 
more extensive photographic facilities and 
to the particularly fine audio-visual pro- 
jection rooms which are in the building. 

Good Equipment Available 

The very best in equipment has been 
supplied to the department to facilitate 
the many different types of training which 
take place. Photographic equipment 



ranges from an extremely versatile 35mm 
camera assembly to a 5 x 7 view camera. 
Photomicrographic equipment and a fin- 
gerprint camera are to be found in this 
category. As has been previously noted, 
facilities and equipment for developing, 
printing, and enlarging are also available. 
Microscopic equipment includes a ste- 
reo-binocular microscope for low power 
viewing, standard laboratory microscopes 
for both viewing and photomicrographic 
purposes, and a comparison microscope 
which can be utilized for the observation 
and comparison of a large variety of both 



opaque and transparent specimens. Most 
of the specialized equipment used for the 
analysis and comparison of physical evi- 
dence is to be found in the laboratory. 
Identification equipment includes kits for 
rolling prints, materials for the develop- 
ment of latent prints, and fingerprint mag- 
nifiers for the use of each student in the 
classroom. 

Firearms Training 

The firearms training program is given 

special emphasis, and the department has 

been well equipped for this aspect of 

training. During the firearms course, each 




CAMPUS POLICE help tontrol difficult traffic problem at school. 
It is good training for them in report writing, traffic control, and in 
handling the public. 



SALOMON'S BOX CO. 



1004 Folsom Street, San Francisco 

10 lakewood drive 



DALY CITY 



CALIFORNIA 



ROYAL TALLOW AND SOAP CO. 
INC. 

1260 DAVIDSON AVENUE 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

BURGER - FARM SELF SERVICE 
DRIVE -INN 

BURGER SHAKES - DRINKS - SANDWICHES 



Phone ESsex 7-7722 



Phone MArket 1-1545 



CAMBRIAN PHARMACY 

PRESCRIPTIONS - COSMETICS 

Free Delivery 



D. J. & T. SULLIVAN. INC. 



14360 UNION AVENUE 1942 FOLSOM STREET 

SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



CYpress 4-1706 

M. B. SILVA 

AUTO WRECKERS 

USED CARS AND PARTS BOUGHT - SOLD 
EXCHANGED 

170 FAIR ROAD— NEXT TO OAK HILL 
SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA 



Heckendorn Shell Service 

GAS • OIL • TIRES • BATTERIES 
ACCESSORIES . . . SHELLUBRICATION 



CONSULATE OF PANAMA 



112 MARKET STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA 



FOURTH AND MONTEREY 
940 CLAY STREET 205 NORTH MONTEREY 

SANTA CLARA CALIFORNIA GILROY CALIFORNIA 



SEASONS GREETINGS 

HONOLULU OIL CORPORATION 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



NOVEMBFR-DF.Cr.MBnR, I9'i8 



33 



student is supplied with the various weap- 
ons whi(.h are available. Training weapons 
include .22 ealiher pistols, .^8 taliher re- 
volvers, and .4*1 taliher pistols. The sihool 
also possesses reloading et]uipnient, and 
some students gain taeility in the art of 
reloading. Several nearby firing ranges are 
used, and plans are being considered lor 
the establishment of a small range to be 
located on school property. As a result of 
this program, students have achieved re- 
markable success over the past few years 
in competition with other groups. 

It can then be stated that the Crimin- 



ology Department is very adequately 
ei|uipped ami has superior facilities tor the 
presentation of the wide variety of subjeit 
matter and for the development of the par- 
ticular skills which are deemed important 
in its program. 

Graus Sei Hxampi.e 
In this brief presentation, an attempt 
has been made to describe the nature and 
the goals of the criminology program 
which is offered by the City College of San 
I'rancisco. In addition, mention has been 
made of the facilities and the instructional 
staff, the tools through which the program 




NHW MOBILH evidenic vehicle is dcnionstraied lo group of crimin- 
ology students. SF Polite Dept.'s Duane Dillon is in charge of the 
demonstration. 



Phone NAtional 6-1198 

Canyonair Kennels 

Champion Boxers at Stud 
BOXERS AND MINIATURE 

POODLES . . . FOR SALE 

Boarding - Grooming - Large 

Runs - Intelligent Care. 

MRS. PAUL NEWHALL DAVIS 

HIGHWAY 66— EAST OF 
CLARIMONT, CALIFORNIA 



HERB'S 

Hardware and Paints 
Treasure Tones 

Phone National 8-1655 

5220 "D" Street 
Chino, California 



Mhsion K-WKO 

NEW PARADISE CAFE 

(HI NuiKi P.ir.iiv)) 

1)i:i.k:i()ijs Puerto rican & Mexican 

l-OOD . . . OUR specialty 

Alcndidf) for Maria Lopez 

OrJers lo Take Oul 

Natk Ai.velo. Pro/f. 

.W78 TWENTY-FOURTH STREET 

SAN ERANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



BARTH & CO. 



SAN FRANCIS<;0 



LOS ANGELES 



Phone YUkon 2-8911 

Ben Alexander 
SKYCREST FORD 

Sdles (1)1 d Service 



843 East Foothill Boulevard 

Upland, California 



Yukon 2-1568 

Pomona First 

Federal Savings and 

Loan Association 

UPLAND OFFICE 

Foothill Blvd. and Fifth Avenue 
Post Office Box 241 

Upland, California 



"^Ue Qo/pAi 



-k 18 LUXURIOUS UNITS OPEN ALL YEAR 

• 16 COTTAGES. SUMMER ONLY 

• PRIVATE BEACH AND BOAT RAMP 



Member, National Auto Association and Gold Star Motor Motels Association 

LAKE TAHOE (opposite lower exit of Harrah's parking lot) STATELINE, CALIF. 

Phone Kimball 4-3665 • P. O. Box 276 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



BRUCE CHURCH, 
INC. 



Packers 
Shipping Lettuce 



P. O. Box 559 

Salinas, Calif. 



Merrill Farms and 

Merrill Packing 

Company 



HA 4-7365 

P. O. Box 659 

SALINAS, CALIF. 



JONES HOTEL 

5 15 Jones Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

DUDLEY PERKINS CO. 

Harley Davidson Motorcycles — PRospect 5-5323 
655 Ellis Street — San Francisco. California 

JOSEPH MUSTO SONS-KEENAN CO. 

IVlarble and Atirasives — OR 4-6365 
501-565 North Point Street — San Francisco 

SHOESTRING MARKET 

Groceries-Frozen Foods-IVIeats- Vegetables 
15 52 West Carson Street — Torrance. Calif. 

J & S CAFE & COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

Charcoal Broiled Steaks— DAvis 4-208'?-9204 
15203 South Vermont — Gardena. Calif. 



MARGUERITE KILROY — Photographer 

24 15 Mission Street — VAIencia 4-0088 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

G. E. RAHM CO. 

850 South Van Ness Avenue 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

GOLDEN RULE CAFE 

The Fisherman's Wharf of Market Street 
&5 Market Street — San Francisco. Californ 



SHANGHAI LOW 

532 Grant Avenue 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

NEW CAPITAL GROCERY 

454 Capital Avenue 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



DR. ALEXANDER A. 

Dental X-Ray Service-Ga; 
405 Columbus— San Fr 



KIRKISH — Dentist 

Given-Open Evenini 
ancisco— GA 1-8945 



NELSON-KENT, Refrigeratio 

Fixtures - Display Cas 



o— Ml 8-3822 



HARRY P. GLASSMAN 

4 I Grant Avenue 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



WERNER'S SIGNAL SERVICE STATION 

1245 Church Street — ATwater 8-3205 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

Compliments of 
AL'S SERVICE STATIONS 

Say & Taylor- 1101 Pacific - San Franciscc 

GOULD & DEGENKOLB 

Civil & Structural Engineers 



STELLA PASTRY 

446 Columbus Avenue 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

MOLINARI & SONS 

3 73 Columbus Avenue 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

TARAVAL AND 3STH AVENUE CLEANERS 

Expert Weaving & Dyeing — LO 6-7220 
245 3 Taraval — San Francisco. California 

UNION OIL STATION 

401 Harrison Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

EIGHTH AND MARKET AUTO PARK 

39 - 8th Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

FREDDEN'S 

Gallerie and School of Art — PRospect 5-3067 
1323 Polk Street — San Francisco. California 

BEN SWEETLAND SYSTEM INC. 

Learn While You Sleep— ORdway 3-2493 
13 11 Sutter Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

THOMAS BROS. 

2308 Market Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

Sim's Bros. Signal Service Station 

6201 Third Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

OVERN'S CABINET SHOP 

Custom Made Furniture and Cabinets 
2512 - 25th St. — San Francisco, Cal.— MI 8-1070 

UNIVERSAL CAFE 

824 Washington Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 




"NATIONAL BASKLT-OF-PUPPIES" WEEK is observed 
all year at Pets Unlimited, 3170 Sacramento, San Francisco. 
If you or someone in >'our neighborhood wants a friendly, 
lovable pet, one may be "adopted" from this unique animal 
adoption shelter. The pet is free — all you need buy is a 
collar, leash, and identification tag. 



J 



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I'll. 



11 i 



iisi 



CAPTAIN ARTHl'R WILLIAMS of ihc San Francis 
brings a wealth of experience lo the studenis of his i 
Conirol anil Investigation. 



o Poliie Dept. 
lurse in Tratiic 



is actually prcscntcil. Such a presentation 
would be incomplete were no mcntitni 
made of the results ot the program. Just 
as a commercial institution is judged by its 
product, so should an educational institu- 
tion be judged by its product, the graduate 
of the educational process. 

One measure of the success of this pro- 
gram is the fact that .so many of its grad- 
uates have swelled the ranks of law en- 
forcement in this region. In all likelihood, 
there will be few readers of this article in 
the San Francisco Bay Area who do not 
have at least one friend or acquaintance 
in the field of law enforcement who has 
attended the City College of San Fran- 
cisco. Police Department administrators 
have expressed enthusi.ism and satisfaction 
over the caliber of men they have em- 
ployed and the caliber of training that 
these men have received. 

Work Is Satisfying 

Finally, and perhaps most important, as 
a yardstick of achievement, is the opinion 
of the men who have been through the 
program. A good percentage of the stu- 
dents have found that attending the school 
has involved a large personal sacrifice of 
some nature, and yet there is an almost 
universal satisfaction expressed. Former 
students constantly revisit the department 
and describe how their training has aided 
them in the better performance of their 
duties or in their advancement in the field. 
Other students who have gone on to 
higher institutions of learning return with 
similar expressions of a positive nature. In 
such expressions lie the real satisfaction of 
those who are involved in this training 
program. There is true satisfaction in such 
work, but no complacency. The Criminol- 
ogy Program has met the needs of the 
community and of the student in the past. 
To continue to do so in the future will 



require constant self evaluation and the 
willingness to accept constructive criticism 
and sound advice from all of those who 
have an interest in the field of law en- 
forcement and in the broader field of 
criminology. 



TU 5-9574 

Chiamtti Bros. 
Garage 

EXPERT REPAIRS TO ALL 

MAKES OF CARS 

Tune-Ups - Brake & Carburetor 

Service - Automotic Transmissions 

24-Hour Toiling 

Richfield Products 

252 WASHINGTON STREET 

AUBURN, CALIF. 



SIDNEY V. DENNISON 

Lkrilieil lirutcr 

KIAl, ISTATi; :■: BUSINKSS OHFOKTUNITII-S 

2-1-Hour Scrvicc 

RniHiMiNT Homes a Specialty" 

1'. (). BOX r.07— <^^ll HIGH STREI-T 
Al'HllKN CALIFORNIA 



TU 5-56KI 

DEL AND JOE'S 

AirrO BODY PAINTING 
AND WHEEL ALIGNMENT 

Complete Brake, Front End Re- 
building • Wheel Balancing 
Frame Work • Rear Axle Hous- 
ing Straightening • Wheel 
Straightening 

DEI. STOKELY - JOE MERRYMAN 

136 Borland Avenue 
AUBURN, CALIF. 



THE BANK OF 
CALIFORNIA 

"The Pride of Placer County" 

WASHINGTON 
Servirip CALIFORNIA 
*■ OREGON 

"A Good Bank to Start With . . , 
A Good Bank to Grow With' 

In The Heart of Auburn 
AUBURN, CALIFORNIA 




o y y y ^ y 



Compliments 
of 

FLEUR 
DE LYS 



777 Sutter St. 

San FRANCISCO, 

California 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



LAKEVIEW 
MOTEL 

SIX UNITS— Some Kitchenettes 

Heated :-: Showers 

By Day, Week or Month 

Clean, Cozy. Reasonable 

HIGHWAY 40 

TRUCKEE, CALIF. 



Page from a lawyer's notebook 



Telephone TU 5-4565 

THE 
GROUND COW 

FINEST HAMBURGERS 

ANE 

HOT APPLE PIE 
SERVED ANYWHERE! 

We Specialize in Take-Out Orders 

HIGHWAY 40—11/2 Miles East 

AUBURN, CALIF. 



Phone DI 6-9701 

The Bright Spot of the Sierra- 
Nevada Highivay 

BISSCHOP'S 
RESTAURANT 

GIFT S HO P 

BILLIE AND WALT DE BISSCHOP 

STEAK - CHICKEN - ITALIAN 

DINNERS - COCKTAILS 

Open Daily and Sundays 

1 Mile West of COLFAX on 

HIGHWAY 40 



Phone OLiver 2-7923 

Loomis 

MAIN DRUG 
STORE 

PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 

HIROSHI TAKEMOTO 

P. O. Box 552 
LOOMIS, CALIF. 



By Michel Lipman 
Author of radio program 
"Point of Law," KCBS 

BEFORE GOING into business, it's essen- 
tial to check the various licenses and 
permits you'll need. Requirements differ 
from state to state. Especially is it good to 
check when you're expanding a business. 
Or opening a new department. Or merg- 
ing another operation. 

The change may make it necessary for 
you to get a license where you didn't 
need one before. 

Error Can Be Costly 

Be extra care Jul when ever you're going 
into a specialized type of business. For 
example, real estate brokerage. Or build- 
ing. Or barbering. It's more than a matter 
of paying a fine if you're in error. In many 
states, you could find yourself doing a job 
— and doing it well — and then not be 
able to collect a dime on your agreement. 
Your case would be thrown out of court. 

Other points to watch: 

1. Insurance. Make sure you're covered 
for all ordinary business risks. And re- 
check from time to time. Recheck, too, if 
you make changes in your operation. For 
example, you might start storing flamma- 
ble liquids in your hardware store. Even 
though in approved containers, the fact 
might void your fire policy. 

2. Lease. Watch your obligations. 



BUTLER BROS. 

285 Winston Drive 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

NEW CAPITOL GROCERY 

454 Capitol Avenue 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

VITTORI BROS. 

3820 Mission Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

MONROE'S DINNER RESTAURANT 

1968 Lombard Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

LACY'S LADIES APPAREL 

2524 Mission Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

WALT'S RICHFIELD SERVICE STATION 

400 Taraval Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

WERNER'S SIGNAL SERVICE 

Batteries ■ Lubrication - Tires — AT 8-3205 
1245 Church Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

STEVE'S FLYING A SERVICE 

Portoia Drive & Teresita 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

JIM'S UNION SERVICE 

Complete Auto Servicing 
3350 Alemany — San Francisco, California 

J & J RICHFIELD SERVICE 
Motor Tune-Ups «c Brake Service — GR 4-9820 
I 599 Lombard at Cough Street — San Francisco 

HEIDELBERG RESTAURANT 

Good Food - Good Drinks - Good Friends 
100 - 4th St.— San Francisco, Cal. — EX 2-0407 

ROMEO'S MARKET 

52 16 Third Street — ATwater 2-8466 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



Maintenance costs, repiairs, upkeep, might 
be more than you anticipate. Negotiate all 
these details before you sign. 

3. Name. Be sure you aren't using 
someone else's — or something very similar. 
Most states keep a record of all corpora- 
tion names. In addition, check phone 
books, city directories, and trade director- 
ies, in the area in which you expect to op- 
erate. 

* * * * 

Can a customer recover damages from 
an unlicensed contractor? Yes ( ) No( ) 

You get bids on a roof repair job for 
your hotel. Low bidder begins the work, 
and you notice he isn't too experienced. 
He removes some studs — and the roof 
caves in. He claims the building was de- 
fective before he started and demands an 
extra $5000 to rebuild. 

You know perfectly well the fault was 
his and refuse to pay anything extra. He 
walks off the job. It costs you $10,000 to 
have someone else complete the job. This 
is far more than the original cost of simply 
repairing the roof. 

Can You Collect? 

So you sue the company for your addi- 
tional expenses. And then, for the first 
time, you discover he isn't a licensed con- 
tractor. And his attorney points out that 
by dealing with his client, you actually 
helped him evade the State's regulatory 



JIM'S AUTO WRECKERS 

990 Davidson Avenue — VAlencia 4-8560 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

GEORGE F. ANDERSON, INS. 

68 Post Street, Room 218 — YUkon 2-6855 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

GOLDEN GATE HOTEL 

549 Kearny Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

ROCCA-CUVI INC. 

2 5 California Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

JACKSON & SON 

461 Market Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

ANN'S SEACLIFF PET SUPPLIES 

6126 Geary Boulevard 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

FRED VALARIA 

3400 Geary Boulevard 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

ESTHER'S SWEET DREAM 

Home-Cooked Meals - Enchiladas - Tamales 
1123 Fillmore St.— San Francisco — JO 7-992 5 

UNION OIL DEALERS STATION NO. 396 

1699 Pine Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

GENE PELLUFO CO. 

76 Moss Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

STRATFORDS RICHFIELD SERVICE 

S & H Stamps — 4300 Mission Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

WM. TELL RESTAURANT 

630 Clay Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



novi:mhi:im)i;( i;mhi:r. ly^s 



37 



laws. Will the lourt still ^raiit you your 
damages t 

^'t■s, anordin^ to a rctcnt C^alilornia 
decision, since you didn't know the low 
bidder was unlicensed. You were justified 
in assuming he had complieil with .ill iIk 
rcc|uirements of law. 

BoNi)iN(i Su<;gestei) 

Lawyers rciomniend: If you're doint; 
work tor others, be sure you re properly 
licensed. II you re having work done by 
t)thers, have a written agreement provid- 
ing that the contractor has complied with 
all State, Federal, and local laws. And 
also that he' II be responsible for any dam- 
age. 

If there's a cjuestion about his financial 
standing, and the job is fairly important, 
you might consider having him bonded. 
* * * 

Arc you responsible if you cash checks 
for an old customer who, it turns out, has 
embezzled them ? Yes ( ) No ( ) 

You operate a restaurant and bar .icross 
the street from a pipe corporation. Se\eral 
of the top br.iss eat at your place. Their 
group includes the company treasurer. He 
has been a good customer for a long time. 
Ever so often he's cashed checks with you. 
These were made out by various concerns 
to the pipe firm. There was a rubber-stamp 
endorsement by the pipe concern, followed 
by the treasurer's signature. 

This check-cashing went on from 1952 
to 1958. Then the treasurer was arrested 
for embezzlement. Seems he'd been play- 



CHERl'S SALON OF BEAUTY 

7S6 Sutter Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL 

COURTESY LIQUOR STORE 

Gifts • Novelties - Souvenirs - Retail Liquors 
28! Jefferson St. San Francisco— PR 6-3971 

ALLEVON INC. 

House of Quality Food — MArkel 1-7729 
154 McAllister Street — San Francisco. Calif. 

COLLEGE CLEANERS 

Uniforms A Specialty 
98 Judah Street — San Francisco. California 

POPKOFF'S FROZEN FOOD 

Manufacturers of Old Russian Delicacies 
342 Balboa St -San Francisco. Cal.— SK 2-3921 

REAL SILK HOSIERY MILLS 

988 Market Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

JUDGE'S CAR WASH 

2 790 Van Ness Avenue 
SAN FRANCISCO, C:AL1F0RNIA 

STEACY'S ROUNDHOUSE RESTAURANT 

Toll Plaza. Golden Gate Bridge 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

GINO & CARLO'S COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

548 Green Street - GArfield I -0806 
SAN FRANt ISCO. ( Al.llORMA 

COLONIAL UPHOLSTERING SHOP 

1846 Union Street - Fillmore 6-7793 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

HOTEL TWIN OAKS 

1010 Post Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



KL 2-06.^1 



IMPERIAL 

GARDEN 

GROWERS 



Growers & Shippers 



180 N. Fairfield Dr. 
El Centro, Calif. 



U 



l-'Aculty 1-1647 DAvis 4-9831 

KYOTO 

Sukiyaki 



JAPANESE FOOD IN 

JAPANESE TATAMI ROOMS 

COCKTAILS 



Air-Coiiililioiiccl • Tree Parkiuy^ 

15122 S. Western Ave. 
Gardena, California 



The Bank of 
Tokyo of 
California 



San Francisco, Calif. 



GUIDO O. FERINI 

Registered Civil Engineer 

General Engineering 
Contractor 



Grading — Pai'in(j 
Excavating 

Equipment Rental 



P. O. Bo.\ 558 
SANTA MARIA, CALIF. 



38 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



ing poker with other company officials, 
and losing large amounts of money. He 
paid his debts by cashing the firm's checks. 

Who Has To Pay? 

To your surprise and consternation, the 
company demands that you repay them 
for all the checks you cashed. Their at- 
torney says, "You saw that they were all 
made out to the company. Yet you never 
once inquired about the treasurer's author- 
ity to cash them. This amounts to 'negli- 
gent ignorance' — a deliberate closing of 
your eyes to the truth." Must you pay.' 

Not In Louisiana 

Not in this situation, a Louisiana court 
decided recently. Here the company offi- 
cers not only tolerated but encouraged the 
treasurer's gambling. And they apparently 
failed to audit his books over a period of 
years. So as between two injured parties, 
the one making the wrong-doing possible 

Telephone HE 7-1574 

BEST WISHES I ROM 

CASA LINARES 

SKRVING MEXICAN FOOD AT ITS TASTY, 

MILD BEST 

Open Daily — 12:00 Noon to 9;}0 P.M. 

(Closed Monday) 



Phone Hudson 8-6384 

PACIFIC VIEW GARAGE 

KiSTLER Bros., Props. 
COMPLETE OVERHAUL - BRAKES - CLUTCH 



986 TURQUOISE STREET 
SAN DIEGO 9 CALIFORNIA 

DA 4-2561 - FA 1-0975 

GARDENA SPORTING GOODS 

SAM MINAMI 

COMPLETE LINE OF SPORTING GOODS 

Golf - Tennis ■ Basketball - Softball - Fishing 

Trophies - Baseball • Bowling - Uniforms - Jackets 

Shoes 

1338 WEST GARDENA BOULEVARD 
GARDENA CALIFORNIA 

BEST WISHES I ROM 

FARMERS BASKET 

FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 

Mountain View Dairy Products 

Vttder New Manager/lent 

MANHATTAN PLACE AND REDONDO 

BEACH BOULEVARD 
GARDENA CALIFORNIA 

DAvis 3-4919 

BEST W ISHES 

IVAN'S HAIR STYLING 

S[yeciatizing in 
HAIR CUTS, TINTING, PERMANENT 
WAVES AND HAIR CONDITIONING 

14811 SOUTH WESTERN AVENUE 
GARDENA CALIFORNIA 



should be the one to suffer. Here it was 
the pipe company. You need not pay. 

Lawyers recommend: This was a close 
case. It could easily have gone the other 
way. It's not enough just to "know your 
endorser." You should know his authority 
to cash a check, too. Most companies de- 
posit their checks directly into their banks. 
So he snsptcions when an individual tries 
to cash a check made out to a company. 

Is a promise of a bonus legally binding 
on an employer .' Yes ( ) No ( ) 

You're president of a bolt corporation. 
The company is struggling hard. You hire 
a management expert to straighten things 
out, at a salary of $900 a month. The ex- 
pert accomplishes miracles. "Within a short 
time, orders are up, costs are down, and 
you're showing a tidy profit. So you an- 
nounce that a Christmas bonus will be 
paid to all employees. The expert, as the 
one responsible, will receive about $5000. 

Soon after, the expert buys a home, and 
you are requested to give loan information. 
You fill out a form showing his salary to 
be $900 a month plus an annual bonus of 



DR. FRED H. LAWRENCE 

2345 Ocean Avenue 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

ADOLPH'S RESTAURANT 

64 1 Vallejo Street 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

Ike Williams Richfield Service Station 

1495 Ellis Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

CARUSO'S 

136 Taylor Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

CLAUDE'S BEAUTY SALON 

335 Clement Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

THE MISSION TAVERN 

2286 Mission Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

DR. CHARLES F. DE ROSE 

3 009 Sixteenth Street 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

LEE'S MARKET 

3450 Sixteenth Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

JANE LAWRENCE 

757 Sutler Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

AMERICAN-SPANISH DELICATESSEN 

2702 Twentv-Fourth Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

LAUBSCHER BROS. INC. 

25 3 Stevenson Street 

SAN FFtANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

HARBOR ELECTRIC CO. 

42 Hampton Place 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

CONSUL GENERAL OF NICARAGUA 

461 Market Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

THE YOUNG CHINA 

881 Clay Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

ATTILIO SAGRAMALO CIGAR STORE 

Lobby. Monadnock Building 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

ROSE-O-FAYE CLEANERS 

771 Capp Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



$4000 minimum. 

Is Bonus Payment Necessary? 

Shortly before Christmas, you and your 
management expert have a very serious 
falling-out. You fire him. He demands the 
salary coming to him, which you give him. 
He also demands his $5000 bonus — which 
you refuse. You insist a bonus is nothing 
more than a gratuity or gift. You say you 
made him no delinite, legally binding 
promise, and tell him he has no claim. 
What did the court say ? 

You must pay the bonus, a California 
court has declared. It's true the bonus-talk 
was indefinite. But you expressed yourself 
definitely on the loan application. This 
was confirmation of the promise — and you 
must pay at least the $4000 mentioned. 

Lawyers recommend: When making 
bonus plans, spell out the terms and con- 
ditions in your announcement to employ- 
ees. If it's based on a definite percentage 
of profits, say so. If it's to be a definite 
amount, say so. And if you don't intend 
to pay it unless the employee is still work- 
ing by a definite date — say so ! 



SUN RISE PRODUCE CO. 

201 Washington Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

Compliments Of 
D & L Signal Service 

998 Folsom St.— San Francisco— YU 2-1767 

Compliments 
PANG & CO. 

300 Bayshore — San Francisco — MI 7-1806 

RELIABLE GLASS CO. 

Specializing in Auto Glass-HE 1-0684-UN 3-0667 
2015 Sixteenth Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

FAIR DEAL PAINT STORE 

Good Paint — Low Prices — SK 2-1743 
407 Clement Street — San Francisco, Calif. 

ANDYS LOOKOUT 

Pier 47 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



1087 Sutter St.— San Francisco — PR 5-9766 

H. V. CARTER CO., INC. 

52 Beale Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

DR. RAFAEL JAKOBOVITS 

655 Sutter Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

BELL-BAZAAR 

3030 Sixteenth Street — UNderhiU 1-2824 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

LION BOOK SHOP AND ART GALLERY 

1415 Polk Street — GRaystone 4-5522 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

G & Z AUTO UPHOLSTERY 

2 707 Geary Boulevard 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

EDWARD P. MOSHIER — Watchmaker 

American and Swiss Watches— SK 2-2475 
2838 Clement Street — San Francisco. Calif. 

MARINE ENGINE SPECIALTIES CORP. 

445 Bryant Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

ANCHOR REALTY 

2 122 Market Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

ROMEY'S MARKET 

2 100 Chestnut Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



NOVliMBl:R-l)l:Ci:MBi:K, IVXS 



yj 



10 Calif, groups win 
fleet safety honors 

Ten law enfortcincnt groups from Cali- 
tornia have earned national recognition 
for outstanding fleet traflu safety records 
in the operation of police vehit les. Names 
ol the winners were annt)unced reiently 
hy the National Safety Council. 

The police fleets arc winners in a spe- 
cial division of the National I'leet Safety 
Contest conducted by the council and 
sponsored by the International Association 
of Chiefs of Police. 

A total of 26'i fleets took part in the 
contest and traveled 49'),68«,0()() during 
the 12-month period ending June 30. 
lyiS. They had 6.60-1 reportable accidents 
— 1.3.S accidents every 100,000 vehicle 
miles. Thirty-four of the fleets had perfect 
records. 

Municipal police had a combined rate of 
2.62 and state police a combined rate of 
.44 — lowest rates in the four years the 
lACP has sponsored the police division. 

The California groups who placed in 
\arious categories are: California High- 
way Patrol; Sheriff's Department, San 
Joaquin County, Stockton; and the Police 
Departments of Riverside, El Cerrito, 
Maywood, Pasadena, San Jose, South Gate, 
Salinas, and Downey. 

Civil liberties group 
holds prison institute 

Two suggested solutions to law enforce- 
ment problems were among the highlights 
of the recently-held Eighth Annual Prison 
Institute on Civil Liberties and Law En- 
forcement. 

The seminar was held in San Francisco 
under sponsorship of American Friends 
Ser\ice Committee. 

Certain tactics in the Bay Area were 
brought under fire by some of the mem- 
bers of a panel discussion which was en- 
titled: "Civil Liberties, the Policeman, and 
Police Station." 

Deputy Public Defender Ruth Cessna 
criticized San Francisco's policy of taking 
mug shots and fingerprints of everyone, 
including the teenager, who is brought in 
and booked. She pointed out to another 
panel member. Assistant District Attorney 
Cecil Poole, that if no charges are made 
the photo and prints should be destroyed 
to keep the innocent from having a record. 

Retorted Poole: "That's the most asi- 
nine thing I've ever heard." 

However, Miss Cessna and Ernest 
Besig, a director of the American Civil 
Liberties Union, later directed a spirited 
attack on some of the other tactics al- 
legedly used by San Francisco police. 

Miss Cessna declared that a person who 
is beaten up and robbed and left bleeding 
in the street is often booked as a drunk by 



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SF police. She said this is done so they can 
be questioned the next morning. 

"No police officer should be in a posi- 
tion to judge if a victim is a drunk or a 
medical case. Some of these people are 
injured and it's going to cause a great em- 
barrassment to the police when someone 
dies on their hands. " 

Besig charged that police are abusing 
the vagrancy and drunk laws. "We have 
scores of complaints from people who 
have been picked up for no reason," he 
said. "When we turn these complaints 
over to the Police Commission, they com- 
pletely ignore us." 

Many members of the audience got up 
and voiced their opinions from the floor. 

Edward Barrett, professor of law at 



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UC, and one of the main speakers, said: 
"The solution to problems of law enforce- 
ment must be twofold: (1) We must do 
something to get better policemen, even 
if it means paying them higher salaries, 
and (2) there should be an independent 
State agency where complaints can be 
taken and not whitewashed by a chief or 
police commission. " 

In front page newspaper stories, S1-" 
Police Chief Cahill emphatically denied 
the charges which had arisen during the 
seminar. 

"We do not make illegal arrests, " he 
said. "I've seen letters from Besig many 
times. All complaints arc thoroughly in- 
vestigated and our discipline speaks for 
itself. I don't have to defend it." 



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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



CHICKEN KITCHEN 

Hours: 11 A.M. till 10 P.M. — Closed Wednesday 

CHICKEN ON A BUN . . . OUR SPECIALTY 

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AUBURN CALIFORNIA 

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r,„nons for Our 

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BREAKFAST - LUNCH - DINNERS 

Women Cooks 

HIGHWAY 40— Just 2 Miles East of Auburn 

(at HoUendale Village) 

AUBURN CALIFORNIA 

Phone TUrner 5-4595 

THE FOOTHILLS MOTEL 

60 MODERN UNITS 

ALL BEDS EXTRA LONG 

AIR CONDITIONED - REASONABLE RATES 

AAA A/ilnoted . . . Member Best Western Motel 

Association 

One Mile East of U. S. 40 

AUBURN CALIFORNIA 

Phone TU 5-9013 

HILLTOP RESTAURANT 

AND DINING ROOM 

GEORGE PARELL 

FINE FOOD . . . HOME MADE PIES 

CHICKEN - STEAKS AND CHOPS 

Chicken to Go Out— $1.35 

HIGHWAY 40— One Mile East of Auburn 
AUBURN CALIFORNIA 

Phone OL 2-7227 

CIRCLE'S MOTEL 

JACK. AND MILDRED FOLEY 

MODERATE RATES - SWIMMING POOL 

Some More Expensive . . . But None Finer 

Central Heat - Air Conditioned 

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CALIFORNIA 



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CALIFORNIA 



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■FOR THE BEST LUBE JOB IN TOWN" 
TEXACO Products Exclusively 

HIGHWAY 40 IN THE HEART OF 
LOOMIS CALIFORNIA 

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HIGHWAY 40 BETWEEN 
LOOMIS AND ROSEVILLE CALIFORNIA 



Former Journal editor dies 

Eric Cullenward, former editor of The 
Police & Peace Officers Journal, 
died October 24 in Berkeley after a heart 
attack. 

Cullenward, 66, was widely-known as 
an astute newspaperman and political 
strategist. He was named secretary of the 
State Highway Commission in 1931 and 
was later drafted by the late Governor 
lames Rolph to organize a bureau of pub- 
lications and documents. 

He had been managing editor of the 
San Francisco Examiner and the Los An- 
geles Examiner, and assistant managing 
editor of the San Francisco Chronicle. 

Survivors include his wife, Charlotte; 
five sons, William, Nelson, Kenneth, 
Richard, and Eric Alan; a daughter, Mrs. 
George Scott, and 13 grandchildren. 



Retired Sheriff Ross dies 

Arthur A. Ross, retired Humboldt 
County sheriff, died suddenly November 
24 at his Eureka home as the result of a 
heart attack. He was 76. 

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Nettie 
Ross; daughters, Mrs. Helen Nixon, San 
Mateo, and Jean Ross, Eureka; a son, 
Steve Ross, Weitchpec; four grandchil- 
dren, and a niece. 

Funeral services were held Friday, No- 
vember 28, followed by interment in 
Ocean View Cemetery. 



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AND LINCOLN ON HIGHWAY 91 

Breakfast - Lunch - Turkey and Real Ham 

Dinners That You'll Really Enjoy. 

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HIGHWAY 91 JUST FOUR MILES EAST OF 
LINCOLN, CALIFORNIA 

NUGGET CAFE AND LODGE 

BREAKFAST - LUNCH - DINNERS 

Women Cooks 

Cottages By Day, Week or Month 

STEAKS - CHOPS - CHICKEN 

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HIGHWAY 40— ONE MILE WEST OF 
COLFAX, CALIFORNIA 



Sleepy Hollow Horsemen's Assn. 

IN SIERRA FOOTHILLS 

Phone DI 6-8875 

ROUTE 1, BOX 1078 

COLFAX CALIFORNIA 



Telephone TU 5-9977 

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COCKTAIL LOUNGES 

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Letters to the editor . . . 

Dear Sir 

I .iiii both plc.iscil .iiul flattered by the 
LOvcM^c you gave the Traffic Division in 
the new Police Journal. Thank you 
very much ! 

Thank you too, for the aciditional copies 
you sent me. I have mailed some of them 
to my colleagues in other parts of the state 
so that they too may see what a fine job 
you are doing. 

(signed) Wm. McMurrv 

Capt., Oakland Police 
Dear Sir: 

... I shall greatly appreciate publica- 
tion ot the following job announcement 
in The Police & Peace Officers Jour- 
nal: 

■'CITY OF SAUSALITO invites appli- 
cations for Police Chief. Minimum live 
years experience in law enforcement 
agency, including at least three years at 
Sergeant level or above. High school grad- 
uation or equivalent. Maximum age — ^0. 
Written and oral examinations. Salary 
$494 to S'5'i6, depending upon qualifica- 
tions. Closing date, January 8, 19''9. Ap- 
ply City Manager, City Hall, Sausalito, 
California. " 

Your publication of the above notice 
will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for 
your kind consideration. 

(Signed) D. A. Duerr 

City Manager 
Dear Sir: 

A majority of the fire fighters and po- 
licemen of the City of San Bernardino re- 
cently organized the San Bernardino Fire 
& Police Protective League. 

The Board of Directors are very much 
interested in obtaining a workable plan 
of subsistence pay for our membership and 
would appreciate your assistance in gath- 
ering any information possible from an 
organization such as ours that has this plan 
in effect. 

(signed) A. Ward 

Supplemental Benefits 

Chairman 

Do any of our readers have any sug- 
gestions? If so, contact Mr. Ward, P. O. 
Box 758, San Bernardino, Calif. And 
best of luck to the new League. — Editor 

THE miller HOUSE 

105 Broad Street 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

NORTH 3-J35I 

Placer Tractor & Implement 
Company 

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Phone LU 7-3539 

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Phone OLive 2-7272 

RIPPEY'S 

Marine Supply 

Johnson Motor Headquarters 
Complete Stock of Parts and Marine 

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COMPLIMENTS OF 

ROBERT C. KIRKWOOD 

STATE CONTROLLER 
"HIS RECORD IS BEST ■ 

Correction 

In the hist issue of The Journal, we 
inadvertently left out the names of two 
San Francisco police officers, in a story we 
ran about Rudy Nieto. The paragraphs, 
telling of a daylight burglary, should have 
included the names of Officers Joe Belan- 
toni and Frank McFarland. 

The Journal regrets omission of their 
names. 



42 



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL 



I truth prover for the innocent 



I I I ) truth prover tor the innoc 

the polygraph j He detector tor the gullty 



FEW SCIENTIFIC DEVICES used in claims 
work have received as much publicity, 
yet are still so misunderstood by many, as 
the "lie detector." Nor have many investi- 
gation devices had the possibility for use 
by insurance companies as has the "lie de- 
tector." 

Regardless of what one reads, there is 
no trustworthy device which can detect 
lies or truth by the swing of a dial needle, 
the flashing of a light, or the ringing of 
a bell. Nor are there any devices of any 
type which can consistently detect lies by 
measuring only one of the various physio- 
logical changes involved when a person 
does lie. 

There are, however, reliable and valid 
instruments termed "polygraphs" which 
chart several changes. The basic polygraph 
records changes in a person's pulse, blood 
pressure, and breathing. In addition, cer- 
tain polygraphs now record arm and leg 
movements and/or tensions and changes 
in perspiration. All these changes can be 
interpreted — but only by an expert — as in- 
dicating either truth or falsehood. 

Wider Use By Insurance Firms 

Although one reads most about the use 
of the polygraph by police departments 



Phone GArden 3-5818 

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219 Spruce Street 
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and the Federal Government, more and 
more insurance companies are now using 
scientific lie detection to assist them. Em- 
bezzlements, frauds, inventory shortages, 
mysterious disappearances, and thefts are 
the most common cases. 

Almost every insurance polygraph test 
is concerned with two issues : guilty knowl- 
edge and actual participation. That is, does 
the person know who committed the act, 
and, was the person himself involved? 
Usually these two issues are covered along 
with one or two other relevant questions, 
such as, did the person lock the safe as 
he claimed he did? Of course, the ques- 
tions are worded to cover whatever the 
claims man considers most important. 

Value of Polygraph Use 
Important results will accrue when the 
services of a competent polygraph exam- 
iner are utilized by insurance claims men 
and adjusters. The most important reasons 
for using the polygraph are: 

1 . Innocence can be much more quickly 
propen, and therefore, the innocent per- 
son sooner freed from suspicion. This is 
undoubtedly the greatest value of the 
technique, and makes one wonder how the 



Phone 616 



Hub Restaurant 



626 "I" Street 
Los Bangs, Californi. 



term "lie detector" was given to the poly- 
graph instead of "truth prover." 

For example, on a recent Friday, two 
checks disappeared from the payroll de- 
partment of a large New York firm. The 
checks were cashed that very afternoon at 
a bank about two miles away. 

A document expert said the check en- 
dorsements were in the handwriting of the 
young woman who was responsible for 
distributing them. Furthermore, the wom- 
an's supervisor recalled that he had "bawl- 
ed her out" for taking about 30 minutes 
on a 15 minute break that Friday after- 
noon. She claimed she had dashed out to 
do some shopping at a nearby store. Also 
"proving" her guilt was the fact that on 
the previous Wednesday her husband 
paid a $500 settlement in a civil suit. The 
two stolen checks had totaled $551. 

Test Proves Innocence 

Investigators told her that if she would 
admit the theft and make restitution there 
would be no prosecution. Disregarding 
the evidence against her and refusing to 
make restitution, much less admit the 
theft, the girl maintained her innocence. 

She was brought to a polygraph labora- 

Phone 9-3232 

Cortez Steak House 



A Good Truck Stop for 
Fine Food 



route 1 - box 39 
Morgan Hill, Calif. 



Pacific Industries 

Incorporated 



YUKON 6-2526 

Pier 36 
San Francisco, Calif. 



Phone 2145 or 2998 

A. C. Nordgreen 

painting service 

spray & brush painting 

paperhanging 

200 "F" Street 
Los Bangs, California 



— Phones — 

Business MUtuai 3-2579 

Residence VInewood 2-3805 

Peterson's 

Radiator Service 

cleaning - repairing 
recoring 

Local Pickup and Delivery 

Corner 

Highland Ave. & 101 Highway 

Route 1 - Box 292 

San Martin, Calif. 



NOVEMBKR-DI-CHMBER, 19'iS 



43 



Insurance firms 
are finding new 
use for polygraph 

tory, but the investigators asked the ex- 
aminer only to interrogate her and not to 
bother with any polygraph tests. However, 
she was tested, and the polygraph ileariy 
indicated her innocence. The investigators 
called the instrument "the bunk" and said 
they were going to prosecute. The com- 
pany lawyer intervened because of the ex- 
aminer's report. Nevertheless, the woman 
was tired. 

Three weeks later one of the office boys 
W.1S seen slipping a check inside his shirt. 
He was questioned and confessed this 
theft as well as the theft and endorsement 
of the other two checks. 

Ascertaining Deception 

2. Deceplwit on the part of an indivi- 
dual can be much more easily and accu- 
rately ascertained by the polygraph than 
by any other known method. An outside 
auditor discovered there had been a sys- 
tematic embezzlement of funds from a cer- 
tain company. The head bookkeeper was 
suspected, but he would make no admis- 
sion. Basing his claim more on a guess 
than facts, the insured wanted §18,000 as 
a settlement. The insurance company re- 
fused to pay. Howe\er, it suggested the 
bookkeeper be tested on the polygraph. 

Before his tirst test, the bookkeeper con- 
fessed to the polygraph examiner that he 
had embezzled some $600. He was then 
tested, and gave dramatic responses indi- 



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public scales 

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Phone 2-1192 

Wolf's Auto Repair 

GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE 

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1818 Freedom Boulevard 

Watsonville, Calif. 



Phone 3521 



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Phone ES. 7-1033 

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eating he had stolen more than that 
amount. After about five minutes of in- 
terrogation, he admitted he had really 
stolen $1,335 over a period of nine years. 
Further testing clearly indicated he was 
now telling the truth. 

However, the insured refused to accept 
the examiner's opinion, since he was sure 
the amount embezzled ran well over $15,- 
000. He hired a special team of auditors. 
These auditors, after spending some five 
weeks going over the books, had the satis- 
faction of proving the polygraph examiner 
had made a mistake — the man had not 
stolen $1,335 as reported, but $1,340. 

Induces Offenders to Confess 

3. The entire testing procedure has a 
decided psychological effect in inducing 
offenders to confess their crimes. Between 
Thanksgiving and December 20, one year, 
during the night shift, a plastics factory 
had seven fires, five of which were defi- 
nitely arson. Local police investigators 
urged both company officials and insurance 
investigators to have the 14 people who 
could have set these fires take polygraph 
tests. However, no tests were conducted, 
since those in authority didn't believe in 
lie detection. 

On December 28, another fire broke 
out. But, unlike the others, this one raged 
out of control — causing physical damage 
of $87,000 and shutting down the plant. 
The next morning polygraph tests were 
started, and before lunchtime one of the 
workers confessed to the polygraph ex- 
aminer that he had set all eight fires. He 
admitted this before a single test had been 
run, while the examiner was giving the 
pre-test interview. Had the polygraph 
tests been given before the destructive 
fire, the man probably would have con- 
fessed at that time. 

Saves Time and Effort 

4. W'^heii the services of a competent 
polygraph examiner are used, insurance 
claims men and adjusters will save time 
and effort. In August, 1932, an armored 
truck was parked behind a Washington, 
D. C, hotel and the four crewmen left it 
to go to lunch. When making their after- 
noon deliveries they discovered that a bag 
containing $65,000 in cash was missing, 

ROY'S radiator shop 

120 El Camino Real — Diamond 2-0116 
BURLINGAME. CALIFORNIA 

DAVIS & CLIFTON 

Licensed Realtors & Insurance Brokers 
49 Park Road — Burlingame. Calif. — DI 4- 1 745 

RUSSELL REALTY CO. 

James E. Russell— Dl 4-2549 - Dl 4-0275 
1465 Burlingame Avenue — Burlingame, Calif. 

WILLOH'S DEPARTMENT STORE 

Twenty-Fourth & Mission Streets — VA 4-6462 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 

KING KOLE CAFE — KINGS CLUB 

KINGS SNAC BAR 

550-554 Market St.— San Francisco— GA I -9 165 



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About 1^ Washington detectives and I'BI 
agents were assigned to the case. 

Under suspicion were the crewmen and 
two former employes. The latter were put 
under arrest. That afternoon a polygraph 
examiner flew to Washington with a com- 
pletely portable polygraph. That night the 
first man tested was one of the former 
employes. 

Following two tests, he confessed to the 
theft and led the investigators to a forest 
where he had buried the money. Thus, 
within hours after the commission of the 
crime, the $6*), 000 had been recovered. 

">. The polygraph will ojleii iiiicoier 
deliberitlely "kited'' shor/iiges. A company 
caught an employe stealing an item worth 
$2.9*^. Threatened with criminal prosecu- 
tion, the employe signed a confession to 
stealing some S4,600 worth of stock. 

When the insurance company attempted 
to get restitution, the employe said the 
total thefts would not be more than S300 
in merchandise. Naturally, the employer 
denied using duress. The employe was 
tested on the polygraph and found to be 
telling the truth. The employer accepted 
a check for S.300 as full .settlement of the 
claim. 

Preventing Future Thefts 

- 6. Use of the polygraph will help pre- 
vent future thefts. Experience has shown 
that most dishonest employes do not stop 
at one theft. TTicy keep stealing and usual- 
ly in greater amounts. Use now of the 
polygraph tends to weed out that thief. 
Claims men also report that the polygraph 
serves as an .ictive deterrent on other em- 
ployes in the future at those places where 
some employes have taken the test. 

These are the six main reasons why 
more insurance companies are utilizing 
polygraphs. There are other uses, such as 
testing a confessed embezzler to determine 
the amount and location of any hidden 
assets he might be concealing from the 
investigators. 

Also, in the investigation of personal 
property losses where the circumstance