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SAN FRANCISCO EDITION

HOST TO CONVENTION

Chief of Police Francis Ahern of San Francisco Entertains Fellow Officers.

(Story on page 3)

APRIL -MAY, 1957


ANDY'S

Beverage Co.

Distributor

SANTA CRUZ

WATSON VILLE

GArden 3-2281

Home: GArden 3-5453

316 MAY AVENUE

Santa Cruz, Calif.

Vetterle & Reinelt

Hybridizing Gardens

BEGONIAS • DELPHINIUMS

PRIMROSES

Phone Santa Cruz 2067-1

Capitola, Calif.

Poll ICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL

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Walti, Schilling

& Company

I

Wholesale Butchers

EL DORADO BRAND

Telephone 538 Aggregates Co.

P. 0. Box 495

COAST ROAD

SANTA CRUZ. CALIF

Freeman's

Shell Service

DICK FREEMAN, Prop.

Phone GA 3-9719

LAUREL & MISSION

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

GRANT'S

Cacti Succulents

Phone GA 3-7450

5311 Los GATos HIWAY

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Standard Lumber

Mills

Douglas Fir

Redwood

Ponderosa

SCOTTS VALLEY

RURAL STATION

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Phone: EDison 5-4672

Santa Cruz

—Felton Silver Sand"—

SAND - GRAVEL - BUILDING

MATERIALS

Box 646

LOCKHART GULCH ROAD

Santa Cruz, Calif.

Phone: GArden 6-1505

Bissell Mortuary

Owner and Director

WILLIAM C. BISSELL

212 LAUREL STREET

Santa Cruz, Calif.


April -May, 195 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 1

The EDITOR is always pleased to consider articles suitable for publication. Contributions

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 E prioa 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----------------------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—EDWARD P. DONAHUE- ---------- ----------------------- Balboa Park

TARAVAL—JAMES ENGLISH--------------------2348 Twenty-fourth Avenue

P0TRERO—EDWARD GREENE ---------------------------------- 2300 Third Street

GOLDEN GATE PARK—TED J . TERLAU -------------- Stanyan opp. Wailer

TRAFFIC—DANIEL KIELY ---------------------------------------- .--- Hall of Justice

CITY PRISON—LT. WALTER THOMPSON -------------------- Hall of Justice

BUREAU OF INSPECTORS—MARTIN LEE ------------ .----------- Hall of Justice

DIRECTOR—BUR. OF PERSONNEL—JOHN MEBHAN .... 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 S Litter 1-2020

When In Doubt Always At Your Service


Page 2 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL April -May, 197

Always A Friendly Welcome

Teresa's Tavern

Where Good People Meet

BEER AND WINE

SPANISH AND AMERICAN

FOOD

Phone GA 6-0406

126 WATER STREET

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

EL VIEW LODGE

MOTEL

ROOMS - APARTMENTS

GARAGES

Honeymoon Suites - TV

New - Clean - Quiet - Restful

Mr. and Mrs. Elbert S. Heywood,

Manager-Owner

GARDEN 3-2166

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Milano Manor

Apartment Court

Summer - Winter - Commercial

Rates

Managing Owners

G. WAITE & SALLY E. CuRTIs

Telephone GA 3-0957

350-354 OCEAN STREET

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Mamboo Gardens

Leo, Joe & Vic Mandelelia

Dancing - Entertainment

Cocktails

523 BEACH STREET

Across from Boardwalk

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Jones Motor

Company

C. E. JONES, Owner

Business Phone GA 3-9156

Residence Phone GA 6-0791

2429 MISSION STREET

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Earl's Laurel Inn

Cocktails - Dancing

EARL TOM LINSON

Phone GA 3-3259

803 LAUREL STREET

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

GArden 6-1117

Ye Old Danish Inn

TINNA AND TED LUND

SCANDINAVIAN HOME

COOKING

Scotts Valley—Highway 17-

6 Miles North of Santa Cruz

1 HACIENDA DRIVE

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Phone GArden 3-1792

STOP AT OUR MOTEL

Del Mar

Apartments

Reasonable Rates. . . Parking

Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Fenna,

Owners and Operators

Half Block to Beach Amusement

Zone

126 LEIBBRANDT AVE.

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Robert E.

McDonald III

Partner

MONTEREY SAND Co.

P. 0. Box 928

Monterey, Calif.

Monterey 5-4766

Del Monte

Lumber Company

A Board or A

Carload

Paul F. Horton

2340 Del Monte

Frontier 2-4279

Monterey, Calif.


April - May, 1957 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 3

"Efficient Police

Make a Land of

Peace"

(Established 1922)

VOL. XXVIII APRIL - MAY, 1957 No. 3

S. F. HOSTS PEACE OFFICERS

San Francisco will entertain law enforcement

officers from all over California

upon the occasion of the 37th Annual

Conference of the Peace Officers' Association

of the State of California.

Chief Frank Ahern is official host to his

brother officers who will meet May 27th,

28th and 29th with the St. Francis Hotel

as headquarters and engage in three days

of constructive sesions interspersed with

sightseeing trips and entertainment fashioned

upon the usual warm hospitality of

the city by the Golden Gate.

Pre-convention activities include registration

at the St. Francis on May 26th,

and a reception at the Press and Union

League Club hosted by the Chief Special

Agents' Association of Northern California.

Simultaneously, the Women Peace Officers'

Association of California will convene

for its 13th Annual conference.

The first men's geenral session on Monday,

May 27th, in the Colonial Room of

the Hotel, will feature an address of wel -

come by Mayor George Christopher of

San Francisco and the introduction of distinguished

guests by the convention host,

Chief Ahern.

Following is the program:

10:00 A.M.-

Call to Order—President A. E. Jansen,

Chief of Police, San Diego.

Invocation—Rev. James A. McGee, St.

Joseph's Church, San Francisco.

Presentation of Colors—San Francisco

Police Department.

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the

Uni d States of America.

10:15 A.M.-

Address of welcome—Mayor George

Christopher.

10:30 A.M.-

Introduction of Distinguished Guests

by Host, Chief of Police Frank Ahern.

10:45 A.M.-

Response by President Jansen.

11:00 A.M.-

Address—Honorable Harold J . Powers,

Lieutenant Governor of California.

11:30 A.M.-

President's address and report.

11:45 A.M.-

Appointment of Conference Committees:

Credentials, Auditing, Resolutions,

Memorial, Nominating, Conference

City Selection.

2:00 P.M.—

Invocation, Rabbi Elliot M. Burstein,

Congregation Beth Israel, San Francisco.

Report of Secretary Treasurer—James

V. Hicks, Chief of Police, Sacramento.

2:15 P.M.-

Address—Quinn Tamm, Assistant Director,

Federal Buerau of Investigation,

Washington, D.C.

2:45 P.M.—

"A Formula to Determine Basic Policing

Needs of a City' '—William H. Parker,

Chief of Police, Los Angeles.

TUESDAY

7:30 A.M.-

Peace Officers' Training and Education

Committee Breakfast. Italian Room, St.

Francis Hotel. Chairman, William E.

South, Chief Special Agent, Southern

California Edison Company. All Association

members invited.

THIRD GENERAL SESSION

Colonial Room, St. Francis Hotel

9:00 A.M.-

Invocation—Rev. John A. Collins, St.

Peter's Episcopal Church, San Francisco.

Address—Honorable Edmund G.

Brown, Attorney General of the State

of California.

9:30 A.M.-

Panel Discussion, "What's Wrong

With Probation and Parole?"—Moderator,

Joseph M. Gaalken, Sheriff's

Office, Los Angeles.

11:00 A.M.-

Panel Discussion, "Juvenile Problems."

Moderator, Captain Robert Summers,

Sheriff's Office, Los Angeles.

TUESDAY AFTERNOON

No formal session. Transportation to

Mann Town and Country Club may be

arranged through Information Desk on

Mezzanine of St. Francis Hotel. Facilities

of Club, including swimming, are available

after 2 p.m.

4:45 P.M.—

Buses leave Post Street entrance of St.

Francis Hotel.

5:30 P.M.—

Reception, Mann Town and Country

Club; Host, Ford Motor Company.

6:30 P.M.—

Barbecue, Mann Town and Country

Club.

(Continued on page 18)

THE JOURNAL EXTENDS GREETINGS TO ALL


Page 4 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL April-May, 1957

RULES OF EVIDENCE — QUESTIONS, ANSWERS

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 throughout

the state, by E. D. Kerkhoven, director of the Peace Officer Training Service in Oakland. The questions are based on

the 1955 revised edition of the Peace Officers' Handbook. They are selected to test the reader's knowledge of First Aid,

Narcotics and the Rules of Evidence. 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 28.

1. A tourniquet should be loosened

every (1) five minutes; (2) 10 minutes;

(3) 15 minutes; (4) 20 minutes; ) 30

minutes.

2. BleedinA from a vein should be

treated by (1) applying a tourniquet between

the wound and heart; (2) protecting

from air; (3) applying a tourniquet

at a point where the wound is between the

tourniquet and the heart; (4) place firm

compress over the wound.

3. A severe burn should be (1 )acked

in ice; (2) covered with iodine; 3) protected

from air with a burn dressing; (4)

covered with dry gauze; (5) washed with

peroxide.

4. In treatment for fainting, one of the

{M.-u-st important principles of treatment is

\(l lower the head; (2) raise the head;

"(-3-) support the back; (4) keep clothing

tight; (5) keep patient cool.

5. In the treatment of frostbite (1)

warm water should be appJ,ed; (2) cold

water should be applied; () a warm hot

water bag should be used; (3) dry heat

should be applied; (5) none of these.

6. If a child should swallow lye, the

proper treatment would be to give him

some(?r baking soda; (2) lime water;

(3) vinegar; (4) dish water; (5) peroxide.

7. In the treatment of sunstroke, an important

part of the treatment is to (T

lower head; (2) keep body cool; (3) kp

body warm; (4) give stimulant.

8. In the treatment of shock, one of

the following should not be done: j)

give stimulants; (2) keep patient comfortable

with pillow under head; (3) keep

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Nick's Place

Nick Machado, Prop.

BEER AND WINE

BAR - B - Q

Saturday and Sunday

Corner Virgin Street

2440 DEL MONTE

MONTEREY, CALIFORNIA

body warm with blankets; (4) rub limbs;

(5) keep head lowered.

9. Artificial respiration shoul ot be

given for (1) gas poisoning; t2); sunstroke;

(3) electric shock; (4) drowning;

(5) asphyxiation.

10. In giving artificial respiration, each

cycle should be com0 in (1) 3 seconds;

(2) 5 seconds (3,.d 6 seconds; (4)

8 seconds (5) 12 sec

NARCOTICS

11. Which of the following is known

as an "exc ait" drug: (1) heroin; (2)

morphine; ( ) cocaine; (4) opium?

12. Morp me is a derivative of (.1)

heroin; (2) cocaine; (3) marihuana;

opium?

13. Heroin ca es the pupils of the eyes

to (1) dilate; (2 contract; (3) undergo

no change?

14. A Federal law pertaining to narcotics

is (1) Harris Act; (2) Smith Act;

BUD, INC.

Packer and Shipper

California Fruits and

Vegetables

P. 0. Box 759

Watsonville, California

Harrison Act; (4) Jones-Smith Act;

Miller Act?

15. A partially smoked marihuana cigarette

is known as (1) a crutch; (2) a

(Continued on page 26)

Boyer Fertilizer

Service

Exclusive Manufacturers

Phone 4-9351

FIRST & VAN NESS

Watsonville, Calif.

Dean & Jay's

UNION SERVICE

"Pick-Up and Delivery"

Open 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Phone 4-7600

676 EAST LAKE AVENUE

Watsonville, California

N. G. Papac & Sons

Fine S Pak

Fresh & Frozen Apples

Strawberries

Melon Balls

Phone 4-4695

P. 0. Box 541

Watsonville, Calif.


April - May, 1957 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 5

"Mad Bomber" Lesson Learned

ANTICS OF THE MAD BOMBER who recently terrorized New York, have had SOME beneficial results in that they have led to the setting

up of classes in the proper handling of explosives by law enforcement officers. Lt. Delwyn Albrecht of the Presidio, is shown here giving

Captain John P. Meehan and Captain Philip G. Kiely, (right) basic instructions. Fifty selected San Francisco policemen received lessons

from officers of the Sixth U. S. Army.

In an effort to be fully prepared against

the possible appearance in San Francisco

of a "Mad Bomber" such as terrorized

the City of New York, or the work of an

outright saboteur bent on destroying some

important local manufacturing or shipping

facility, the San Francisco Police Department

completed in March a special

training program at the Presidio of San

Francisco for fifty selected members of its

police force.

The three-day course included such subjects

as the identification of military and

commercial-type explosives, instruction on

the various types of detonating devices,

safety precautions in the handling of explosives

and explosive devices, and recommended

techniques. for disposal of

bombs and other devices. A highlight of

the course was a demonstration of the

power of various types of explosives conducted

at nearby Fort Cronkhite.

This training was conducted as a corn-

STU BEN DORFF'S

HOME OF THE BEST TAMALES

Retail and Table Service

Phone GA 3-9930

1013 RIVER STREET

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

munity service through the cooperation of

Lt. Gen. Robert N. Young, Sixth U. S.

Army Commander, and Francis J . Ahern,

San Francisco Chief of Police. General

Young designated Col. Bruce D. Mooring,

Sixth Army Ordinance Officer, to establish

a course at the Presidio for the purpose of

training civil law enforcement officers in

the recognition, handling and disposal of

bombs and other explosive devices.

The training program was prepared by

Major Forrest P. Spiva, Sixth Army Explosive

Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Officer,

in conjunction with Captain John P.

LAMS MARKET

1521 SOQUEL AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

Veterans of Foreign Wars

SALVAGE

Please Aid Us in Securing Clothing,

Furniture, Etc., For Our

Worthy Cause

E. W. TUCKER, Manager

Phone GA 3-7946 509 PACIFIC

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

Meehan, Director of Personnel for the

S. F. Police Department, and Captain

Robert J . Pearcy, Operations officer for

the 548th Ordnance Detachment.

(Continued on next page)


Page 6 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL April-May, 1957

(Continued from page 5)

All instruction was conducted by the

Army's 49th EOD squad with Lt. Delwyn

Albrecht, instructor-in-charge. To insure

both safety and thoroughness of the instruction,

the course was limited to a maximum

of 25 police officers. The first group

of 25 completed the course on March 14

and the second group of the same size was

graduated on March 21.

Police Chief Ahern, in selecting the

police officers to receive this training,

chose one representative from each police

precinct so that in an emergency, all areas

would have at least one available officer

who was trained in the handling of explosives

and explosive devices.

General comment of those taking the

course offered by the Sixth U. S. Army,

praised the quality of the instruction, the

comprehensiveness of the course, and the

value of the training they received.

"It's just what we needed! " said more

than one upon receiving his certificate.

The Sixth Army is currently conducting

similar courses at other urban centers in

its area, utilizing Ordnance units and personnel

at nearby Army installations to assist

civil authorities with this highly specilalized

training.

"In a real emergency," Colonel Mooring

pointed out to the first class of police

officers, "Army personnel may not be

readily available to assist local law enforcement

officers in safely disposing of an explosive

device. It is necessary, therefore,

that city police departments have trained

men of their own. This is the purpose of

our course.''

TERRACE COURT

RUSSELL E. HALL, Manager

Ultra-Modern Housekeeping Apartments

PRIVATE SUN DECKS

Overlooking Santa Cruz Beach and

Monterey Bay

Phone GArden 3-3031

125 BEACH STREET

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

GEES SERVICE

41ST AND PORTOLA DRIVE

CR 5-0284

Opal Cliffs

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

WE FEATURE "CYRUS NOBLE"

TONY DAYS LIQUORS

NORMAN DAY

Phone GArden 3-4289

415 SEABRIGHT AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

Summer Courses In June

Dr. Douglas M. Kelley, Professor of

Criminology, School of Criminology, University

of California at Berkeley, recently

announced three summer courses in the

field of interrogation and the detection of

deception.

"Interrogation is a basic police technique

found useful but at the same time

difficult to learn. Mechanical detection of

deception is also of great value but, again,

opportunities to learn these methods are

few." he declared.

"Two years ago the School of Criminology

offered courses in both these areas

as a summer session institute. The material

was designed primarily for law enforcement

officers. The courses were quite popular,

and we have decided to present them

again," Dr. Kelley added.

The complete program—three courses

of two units—will include a survey of the

mental factors important to an understanding

of criminal behavior and a study

of their application to interrogation. Special

techniques of questioning will be considered,

and a survey of polygraph operation

will be presented. This will include

actual experience with the machines.

Dr. Kelley will give two of the courses,

Psychological Basis of Criminology and

Interview Technique in Criminology,

while the third, Instrumental Detection of

Deception, will be given by Albert E. Riedel,

Lecturer in Criminology at the university.

University credits of two units will

be given for each course satisfactorily completed.

LUTHER'S SEA BREEZE

SNACK BAR

"GOOD FOOD IS OUR BUSINESS"

Phone GArden 3-9942

542 SEABRIGHT AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

THE GROG SHOP

IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC

LIQUORS • WINES • WHISKIES

H. C. GRAHAM - H. F. SMITH

Phone Santa Cruz 1537

CORNER OCEAN AND HUBBARD

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

- CLIFF DRIVE COURT

MR. AND MRS. J. J. CAPENER

Nicely Decorated Apartments and Rooms

Day, Week or Month - Private Bath

WONDERFUL VIEW OF BEACH

1 Block to Beach and Boardwalk

Telephone GArden 3-9602

10,03 EAST CLIFF DRIVE

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

Registration for the summer session

begins on June 15. Instruction begins on

the 17th for a six-week period, ending

July 27. Courses will be given from 8:00

A.M. to 12:00 noon, five days a week.

Tuition fee for the six-week session, irrespective

of the number of courses taken,

is $60.00 for both residents and nonresidents

of California. Fees must be paid at

time of registration.

Housing, including board, can be secured

through the university housing

supervisor.

For further information write to Dean

0. W. Wilson, School of Criminology,

University of California, Berkeley 4, California,

for a summer session bulletin containing

details.

Farmers

Cooperative

Exchange

P. 0. Box 720

SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA

Farmers

Cooperative

Exchange

P. 0. Box 878

WATSONVILLE, CALIF.

ACE IRON & METAL YARD

IRON AND METALS

PIPE AND FITTINGS

DIAL CR 5-2359

1260 - 17TH AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA


April - May, 1957 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 7

WHAT HAPPENED TO THOSE ARMS?

'II

p p

Lt. G. R. Wagner

Traffic Safety Director

Bell, California

$5,000 GRANT

The Esso Safety Foundation, New York

City, has made a grant of $5,000 to the

Traffic Division of the International Association

of Chiefs of Police, Evanston, Ill.

The Traffic Division has been providing

field assistance to law enforcement

agencies since 1936. In that time its staff

has assisted the police departments of more

than 100 cities, counties, and states in their

traffic supervision functions.

Headquarters office of the JACP is in

Washington, D. C.

LICENSED DRIVERS

A record 77,000,000 United States citizens

are licensed drivers, according to the

National Automobile Club. One-third of

the total are women.

RICHFIELD OIL CORPORATION

SANTA CRUZ

FRED J. DEVINS, Agent

Phone: GA 3-2121

139 ENCINAL STREET

CALIFORNIA

PETE AND CLARA'S GARDEN

ITALIAN DINNERS BY RESERVATION

12 A.M. AND 6 P.M.

BOCCIE BALL

Pete Baudo, Prop.

C.Arden 3-5792

140 ENCINAL STREET

SANTA CRUZ

CALIFORNIA

By LIEUTENANT G. R. WAGNER

Bell Police Department

Gestures have been a form of con icjunication

since the beginning of man. Long

before man learned to communicate

through the spoken word, gestures signified

his intentions to his fellow man. As

man progressed, speech and writing became

shortcuts in communicating his ideas

and intentions to others and they were augmented

by gestures, expressions of the

face, movements of the hands and arms.

Even today modern man realizes the

value of gestures . . . or does he?

Traffic laws require certain gestures of

motorists who operate vehicles upon our

highways: We are required to signal our

intention to turn right or left by producing

our left arm, and in a conspicuous and

significant manner, signal to others following,

or approaching, (which brings up a

point!).

"What happened to those arms? " How

often do you drive down the street and

see an arm signal? It is, indeed, an unusual

occurrence which we might even regard

an as oddity! True, mechanical engineers

have given the motorist a "helping

hand" in the form of signal devices;

turning indicators and brake lights, however,

these are not substitutes for the required

signals. First let us understand that

signal devices are only legal when applied

under certain cinditions:

1. Turning indicators are legal as such

only when they give a clear indication of

the intention of the driver to turn right or

left, and when they are clearly visible and

discernible in normal sunlight or, at nighttime,

for at least three hundred feet to the

front and rear.

Too many times the motorist relies

solely on the turning lights to signify his

intention to turn when, actually, the lights

may not be working at all, or at least not

at both the front and rear, or many times

he employs his turn indicators during daylight

hours when they are not discernible

to others from one hundred feet, much

less three hundred. This, of course, is illegal.

Turn indicators at night are legal

and even preferred when they meet all of

these requirements.

2. Brake, or "Stop lights" have been the

cause of many accidents, although a brake

light, when functioning, suffices as a signal

for the intention of a motorist to slow

down or stop his vehicle, stop lights have

a nasty habit of failing to light up and,

numerous times, this malfunction goes undetected

for days or months until another

Raymond H. Sparks

Chief of Police

Bell, California

vehicle plays piggy-back at a sudden stop.

Here again we have certain requirements

which govern the use of the brake light:

1. The brake light must be clearly visible

and understandable from a distance of

three hundred feet to the rear both during

normal sunlight and at nighttime.

Even though exercise is a luxury that

many of us cannot afford, let's play it safe,

whenever in doubt, use the arm signal and,

in any case, put your arm out during daylight

driving. It's a real attention getter,

try it!

WOOD'S RADIO AND TV

COMPLETE SALES AND SERVICE

RADIO TELEVISION

SPARTON • HOFFMAN • AND OTHERS

E. H. WOOD, Owner

Phone GA 3-5381

623 SOQUEL AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

IVORY LAUNDRY

LAUNDERERS AND CLEANERS

CALL AND DELIVER

Phone GA 3-1819

705 NORTH BRANCIFORTE AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA


Page 8 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL April - May, 1957

Arrest Not Always Best Course

When does a policeman issue a warning or give a piece of advice rather than make an arrest? That's the burning question

in far-off Australia. It seems the Police Commissioner urges "go slow" to the force but that his admonition is being

"undermined" by "Officers-in-charge of Divisions" in the state of New South Wales. Read it as it appeared in the Police

Association News. Then figure if it has happened to you! Here's the Editorial:

The Police Commissioner has often

gone on record as saying that Police

should exercise a great deal of discretion

and common sense in their dealings with

the public. He has counselled young Police

that frequently a warning graciously

given to a motorist and perhaps to others,

could have the desirable result. That the

good record of a Policeman is not earned

by penalising the public for trivial offences,

but to the contrary could be harmful

and could adversely affect public relations.

The Police Association backs the Commissioner's

viewpoint and congratulates

him for endeavouring to foster goodwill

and good relations. However, there is a

fear that the Commissioner's policy is

being undermined.

It has become a practice for Officers-incharge

of Divisions to call upon all Police

to submit reports, setting out the number

of breach reports that they had submitted

and also the number of arrests made during

the previous month.

Young Police, especially, who have

heard their Commissioner tender advice

as stated, must be bewildered with the

set-up.

It appears that, as has happened in the

past, a form of intimidation is being used

to boost UIJ the numbers of arrests made

and breach reports submitted. Naturally,

a Policeman who is asked for the above

details would feel that his O.I.C. was

looking for breaches. That his Officer was

warning him to get busy with his pencil

Knight Motor Co.

HUDSON - Sales and Service

E. C. KNIGHT

GARDEN 3-1490

503 PACIFIC AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Compliments of a

FRIEND

and notebook.

Police are also resentful of the Officers'

instructions to submit reports.

Police are already overburdened with

duties, mainly because of a SEVERE

SHORTAGE OF STAFF. They can ill

afford time to submit USELESS RE-

PORTS AND, PERHAPS, FURTHER

REPORTS, as to why they had not submitted

a quota of breaches of the Traffic

Act and Regulations, etc.

It would appear, however, that there

may be too many Inspectors in the Force

and that jobs just have to be found for

them. They would, indeed, require a great

deal of time to peruse and otherwise deal

with reports rendered by each member of

their staffs.

Police should not be expected to wage

war on motorists and others by taking action

when a word of advice would suffice.

The public rave enough restrictions without

a "get tough" policy.

Individual members of the Service are

JIM WATKINS

COMPANY

Cauliflower

Growers and Shippers

- Brands -

JUST-UP - TRIM-RITE

Phone 4-6325

P. 0. BOX 838

WATSON VILLE,

CALIFORNIA

sworn to do their duty as Constables and

will do so according to their own judgment.

They need no spurring and there should

be none.

If the Commissioner's policy stands he

will surely prevent a repetition of the foregoing

practice.

Universal Canning

Machinery Co.

Exhaust Boxes, Coolers, Sterilizers,

Blanchers, Conveyors

Complete Fish Canning

Lines

R. B. BENTLEY

Canning Engineer - Fisheries

Consultant

Shop Phone: FR 5-5476

119 Dewey Avenue

Pacific Grove, California

Mail Address:

762 BAYVIEW AVENUE

Telegraph Code: "Universal"

PACIFIC GROVE, CALIF.

Pioneer Bakery

Birthday and Wedding Cakes

Best French and Italian Bread

500 POLK STREET

MONTEREY, CALIF.


April - May, 195 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 9

Civil Service

Employees

Insurance Union

Police Officers Save $ $ on

Auto Insurance. You Are

Eligible for the Benefits of

Membership.

YUKON 2-0448

571 Market Street

San Francisco, Calif.

THE SHERATON-

PALACE HOTEL

San Francisco's Most Conveniently

Located Fine Hotel . . . Enjoy

Living in the Heart of the City.

Business Centers, Shops, Theaters,

All Within a Few Minutes Walk.

ED. J . CROWLEY, Gen. Mgr.

AUTO MANUFACTURE

It takes only 28 hours to transform raw

materials into a finished automobile at one

automotive company, reports the National

Automobile Club.

LIFE LINE

The double line that runs down the

center of the highway is a life line, says

the California State Automobile Association.

Stay on your own side of it or you

may reach the end of the line.

NEW CHIEF OF SANTA CRUZ

Another young officer has been rewarded

for keen and faithful service.

He is Gino J . Pini, known to his friends

as Gene, who is the next Chief of Police

of the popular California Beach resort of

Santa Cruz.

Chief Pini advanced to his new position

from the rank of Lieutenant, gained

during ten years service with the beach

town force.

He replaces the veteran retiring Chief

Al Huntsman who occupied the head job

for 23 years.

Chief Pini is married and the father of

two children. He is intensely interested in

the juvenile problem which could become

a serious one in Santa Cruz, a popular

weekend mecca for youngsters as well as

one of the finest beach resorts in Northern

California.

But Chief Pini has a personal know!edge

of the problems confronting his community.

He was born in the area and attended

local schools, graduating from

Santa Cruz High School.

His appointment at the first of the year

followed an intensive examination participated

in by four candidates.

Pickering Lumber

Corp.

Sugar Pine

White Pine

Ponderosa Pine

Incense Cedar

STANDARD, CALIFORNIA

—4

REGISTRATIONS

During 1956 the figure for truck and

bus registrations stood at almost 11 million,

according to the National Automobile

Club.

...it's the most talked-about

train in the country!

THE VISTA-DOME

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Daily to all the East

via Salt Lake City, Denver,

Omaha and Chicago

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For information and reservations, call or write

Western Pacific Ticket Offices in San Francisco,

526 M;ss;on St., (YU 2 .2100) or in Oakland.

7 920 Broadway, (TE 2.2604)


Page 10 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL April - May, 1957

Big Tree Cafe

GOOD FOOD

Car and Truck Stop

4111 LOS GATOS HIGHWAY

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Colonial Hotel

Mns, SADIE WIRTH, MGR.

1114 PACIFIC AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Bud's U S Auto

Wrecking

I. E. PORTER, Prop.

Autos Bought, Sold and Repaired

Used Auto Parts

GA 3-4371

110 LINDBERG STREET

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Santa Cruz Feed

& Fuel

Feeds, Grains, Seeds and

Farm Supplies

ALBERS QUALITY CONTROLLED

FEEDS

Phone GR 5-0660

2280 SOQUEL AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

TRAILER SPEEDING

Violations of speed regulations by

drivers of passenger cars towing trailers or

other vehicles, and light trucks towing

trailers are increasing according to information

released today by the California

Highway Patrol.

"During 1956 the Patrol issued 6,056

citations for violations of the speed laws

governing the towing of trailers by drivers

of passenger cars and trucks weighing under

4,000 pounds," declared Patrol Commissioner

B. R. Caldwell. "This represents

an increase of 29 per cent as compared

to 1955.

"Motorists must remember that whenever

a passenger motor vehicle ragardless

of weight or commercial motor vehicle

weighing less than 4,000 pounds is drawing

a trailer coach, trailer, semitrailer, or

other type of vehicle, the maximum speed

shall not at any time exceed 45 miles per

hour subject to other and more restrictive

limits as established by law," Caldwell

stated.

"The Patrol is always ready to answer

questions concerning traffic laws and regulations,"

he concluded. "Stop by any of

our field offices for further information on

the use of trailers."

DRIVERS' LICENSES

A total of 6,887,046 drivers' licenses

were outstanding in California as of December

31, 1956, reports the National

Automobile Club. Of this total, 6,494,416

were operators' licenses and 392,630 were

chauffeurs' licenses.

GAMBLER

There probably isn't one man in a thousand

who would risk every penny he owns

on one roll of the dice, but there are lots

of people who risk the only life they have

by the careless way they cross the street.

Always wait for the green light, says the

California State Automobile Association,

a-id never cross the street in the middle of

the block.

Enterprise Service

GMC TRUCKS

Gasoline & Diesel

Sales and Service

C. F. CY ENEBOE

L. L. BUD FORD

Phone GA 3-4152

110 RIVER STREET

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Ted's Motorcycle

Shop

BSA - AJS - Matchless

Sales and Serivce on all Makes

BICYCLES - Sales and Repairs

Parts and Accessories

GREENWOOD 5-2632

3912 SOQUEL DRIVE

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Riverside Hotel

AND COLONIAL DINING ROOM

Peter J . Marchese

Telephone GArden 3-5730

RIVERSIDE AVENUE AND

BARSON STREET

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Hannah's

Cottages and Apartments

Free Parking to Patrons

Phone GA 3-9809

312 RAYMOND STREET

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Douglass Nursery

WHOLESALE - RETAIL

• FUCHSIAS

• PELARGONIUMS

• IVY GERANIUMS

R. B. DOUGLASS

Phone GARDEN 3-3197

1414 WEST CLIFF DRIVE

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.


April-May, 1957 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 11

MECCA FOR VA(ATIONISTS

BEAUTIFUL SANTA CRUZ—Here are just a few scenes that entice hundreds of thousands yearly to this glorious beach

in Northern California. Scene at top left: The trail through the magnificent grove of redwood trees in Henry Cowell Redwoods

State Park in Felton, six miles from Santa Cruz. Right: Beach, Casino and Boardwalk at Santa Cruz. Lower left: View

from Fisherman's Wharf toward the beach. Right: Speedboating on Monterey Bay from Pleasure Pier. Fishing in the bay

is superb and charter and rent boats are available. Now is the time to make vacation reservations at the many hotels,

motels and camping spots in the area.

FREEWAYS AID MOTORISTS

Earlier use by California motorists of enue," McCoy continues, but the addinew

freeways and other modern highways tional amount now available is making

is one of the most gratifying effects of the possible the consolidation of projects that

increase of California state highway funds, in former years were undertaken by stage

State Engineer G. T. McCoy points out in construction. The program as now func-

a report submitted by the Department of tioning is advancing completion of these

Public Works to Governor Goodwin J . improved facilities for early use by the

Knight. traveling public.

"The increased cost of highway con- The additional funds referred to by

struction has absorbed a part of this rev- McCoy were the highway users taxes en-

acted by the State Legislature in 1953 and

retained in 1955, exclusive of the augmented

federal highway funds the State

is now receiving as a result of the Federal

Highway Act of 1956.

The State Highway Engineer's report

covers the 1955-56 Fiscal Year which

ended June 30, 1956, and is the Tenth

Annual Report of the Division of Highways

since the Collier-Burns Highway Act

of 1947.


Page 12

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

Bernzott Feed &

Supply

1523 SOQUEL DRIVE

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

C. - P. Trucking

C. A. CARRIKER

L. D. PUTNEY

Phone Santa Cruz GR 5-3982

P. 0. BOX 116

SOQUEL, CALIFORNIA

Maddocks Bakery

P. o. BOX 117

4628 SOQUEL DRIVE

SOQUEL, CALIFORNIA

POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL

BIKE SAFETY PLAN

Three out of every four American

youngsters between the ages of six and

15 ride a bicycle; every 19 minutes one

of these youngsters is injured—and at

least once a day one is killed—in collisions

with automobiles.

To protect these youthful users of the

public streets and highways, the Association

of Casualty and Surety Companies,

at the request of state and municipal government

officials throughout the nation,

has announced the completion of a model

plan for the organization and operation

of a bicycle safety program on a community

level. According to Thomas N. Boate,

manager of the Association's Accident

Prevention Department, the program provides

for the proper education, training,

and testing of bicycle riders and the inspection

of bicycles to detect unsafe conditions.

The plan is explained in a

booklet entitled "A Community Bicycle

Safety Program." After describing how

such a program can be established and

maintained, the booklet explains the roles

played by city legislators, traffic engineers,

police, schools, students, parent groups,

civic and business organizations, public

information media and others. It also

gives information on testing, registering,

and licensing cycles and cyclists—and reprints

in full the model bicycle ordinance

suggested for municipal use by the National

Committee on Uniform Traffic

Laws and Ordinances.

"There are more than 20,000,000 bicycles

on American streets and highways

today," Mr. Boates said. "As a result,

every community, large or small, is faced

with a bicycle safety problem. The best

way of solving it is through a communitywide

bicycle safety program. Such programs

not only reduce bicycle accidents

and control the problem of lost or stolen

bicycles, but they also help develop constructive

attitudes in youngsters which will

make them better automobile drivers later

On.

The booklet is not available in quantity,

but single copies may be obtained at no

cost for use in establishing community

programs. Requests should be addressed

to the Accident Prevention Department,

Association of Casualty and Surety Companies,

60 John Street, New York 38,

New York.

BAY CITY HOTEL

EXCELLENT BEDS • HOT AND COLD WATER

REASONABLE RATES

DEAS AND DEAS, Proprietors

GA 3-0609

1003 PACIFIC AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

April - May, 1957

Mission Furniture

Lawn and Patio Furniture

Gifts - Fire Screens

Phone GA 3-9463

1723 MISSION STREET

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Santa Cruz Glass

Co.

HOME - AUTO - COMMERCIAL

Agents for Libby-Owens-Ford

GA 3.2311

810 PACIFIC AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Joseph Tosto

Fine Wines and Liquors

Phone 3-3029

311 PACIFIC AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

Opal Cliff Food

Center

4125 PORTOLA DRIVE

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.


April - May, 195 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 13

RIGHTS OF PRESS DURING RIOTS

The first opinion in the history of the

city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, clarifying

the relations between police officers

and news photographers and reporters during

emergency situations, was recently

issued by City Solicitor David Berger.

In essence, it holds that the freedom of

the press provision in the Federal Constitution

guarantees newsmen their newsgathering

rights even during emergencies.

"Meaningful freedom of the press includes

the right to photograph and disseminate

pictures of public events occurring in

public places," the opinion states. It adds

that physical abuse of news personnel by

a police official can constitute "an extreme

form of censorship."

On the other hand, it holds that the

police are under no compulsion to assist

news personnel to secure news when such

help hampers them in performing their

duty.

NEAR-RIOT

The opinion stems from an incident involving

a press photographer during an

Adlai Stevenson speech at the University

of Pennsylvania Palestra during the recent

presidential campaign.

While helping to restore order during

a demonstration or near-riot, a police of-

Coast Counties

Land Title

Company

L. L. DEWAR

Executive Vice President

Monterey

Salinas

ficer accidentally or deliberately shoved

the photographer, a staff member of a

Philadelphia daily paper, against a wall.

The incident prompted Police Commissioner

Thomas J . Gibbons to ask for legal

advice to clarify the respective rights of

the police and the press during riots, demonstrations,

arrests, and like circumstances.

The City Solicitor replied in a threepage

opinion, believed to be the first of its

type ever issued in any major American

city, as follows:

FORMAL OPINION No. 196

CITY OF PHILADELPHIA,

LAW DEPARTMENT

You have asked coy opinion regarding

the respective rights of the police of the

city of Philadelphia in maintaining law

and order and of press photographers performing

their work with complete freedom

of the press. This request was precipitated

by an incident occurring on October 31,

1956, at the Palestra of the University of

Pennsylvania during a political rally of the

Democratic Party.

HECKLERS Busy

It appears that during the televised

speech of Adlai Stevenson, Democratic

candidate for President of the United

States, a vociferous group of hecklers attempted

to interrupt the proceedings by

displaying a banner, shouting and other

wise creating a loud disturbance. Especially

since great sums of money were spent for

the national television program, the rude

and inexcusable interference with Mr. Ste-

Tampico Kitchen

JULIO AND OTILA GOMEZ

Mexican Food

In Real Mexican Style

MEXICAN FOOD - BEER

Eat Here or Take Out

Phone GA 3-2651

107 RIVERSIDE AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.

SWISS - AMERICAN

FINE WINES & FINE LIQUORS

Guido Borradori, Prop.

venson's speech was hotly resented by the

large and partisan audience in the Palestra.

This created a condition threatening to

incite violence or even possibly riot in an

overcrowded hail.

It was only natural, therefore, that police

were called to quell the disturbance.

Police intervention was opposed and a certain

amount of force became necessary to

remove the demonstrators from the hall.

Whether inadvertently or not, one of the

photographers of a city newspaper was included

in the group and in the ensuing

On the Beach and River

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Apartments

Comfortable - Cozy - Convenient

Reasonable Rates - Open All Year

Steam Heated Apartments

Telephone GREENWOOD 5-0724

P. 0. BOX 417

CAPITOLA-BY-THE-SEA

CALIFORNIA

Telephone GArden 3-5432

REID NEWS AGENCY

WHOLESALE MAGAZINE DISTRIBUTORS

ALL INDEPENDENT PUBLICATIONS

346 YOUNGLOVE AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

Phone 1628W

WALT'S QUALITY MEATS

Walter E. Bertuccelli, Owner Mgr.

Retail and Wholesale

SMOKED AND FRESH MEATS

HOME-MADE VARIETY SAUSAGE

POULTRY - CHEESE

Corner MISSION and YOUNGLOVE

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

MELLIS MARKET

1204 MISSION STREET

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

Telephone 4-4105

FRED L. WRGHT

Distributor

MOHAWK PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

121 WATER STREET

601 EAST LAKE STREET

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA WATSON VILLE CALIFORNIA


Page 14

J . J . Crosetti

Company

Growers - Packers - Shippers

Fruits - Vegetables

WATSONVILLE, CALIF.

Hamm' s Fountain

STOCKED WITH ONLY

THE BEST

Service a Specialty

4616 SOQUEL DRIVE

SOQUEL, CALIFORNIA

Wayside Garage

Jasper F. Hendricks, Owner

COMPLETE MECHANICAL

REPAIRS

Fender and Body Work

Auto Painting - Towing Service

Phone 5-9534 Res. Phone 5-5841

645 DEL MONTE AVENUE

P. 0. Box J

SEASIDE, CALIFORNIA

Green Door

7

Phone 5-0880

806 ANITA STREET

SEASIDE, CALIFORNIA

POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL

melee was shoved and thrown against a

wall by a police officer.

It is to be highly regretted that a member

of the press was so treated. There is

no more important constitutional gurantee

to be observed by governmental law enforcement

officers than freedom of the

press.

PERSONAL LIBERTY

The First Amendment to the Federal

Constitution provides that Congress shall

make no law abridging the freedom of

speech or press. Protection against the infringement

of these freedoms by state or

city agencies is guaranteed by the Fourteenth

Amendment of the United States

Constitution.

The freedoms of speech and of press are

fundamental personal liberties. The rights

to speak freely and promote diversity of

ideas constitute the foundation of free government.

The continued enforcement and

protection of these rights distinguish the

United States from totalitarian nations.

The vitality of our civil and political institutions

depends upon the right of our

society freely to discuss social, economic

and political problems of local, national

and international import. Truth depends

upon freedom to speak, write, think and

differ. Hence the widest latitude in the

dissemination of information is essential.

PHYSICAL ABUSE

Meaningful freedom of the press includes

the right to photograph and disseminate

pictures of public events occurring in

public places. It is intolerable that police

officials who are not vested with discretion

to permit or forbid the exercise of this

right should perpetrate the most extreme

form of censorship: physical abuse of the

photographer. No more tolerable is police

action reaching the same result by threat

or intimidation rather than by bodily contact.

Adherence to these fundamental precepts

in no way impedes the police power.

This was clearly an occasion for its exercise.

In promptly quelling the disturbance

by removing the demonstrators so that

the speaker could continue with his nationally

televised speech the police acted

properly. Only the interference with the

press was incorrect.

This is not to say the press must be present

every time an arrest is made. Nor does

this mean that the police must first inform

the press that an arrest is planned before

apprehending a law violator. The police

have full freedom to carry out lawful police

action regardless of whether press representatives

are present or have prior

knowledge thereof.

But where police action is taken in a

public place during a public event which

is being covered by the newspapers, radio

April- May, 1957

Ragghianti Shoe

Repair Shop

312 ALVARADO STREET

MONTEREY, CALIF.

Del Mar French

Laundry

JULIE HREPICH

508 DEL MONTE AVE.

MONTEREY, CALIF.

Monterey Garage

CHEVRON GAS STATION

Complete Automotive Service

Towing - 24-Hours

Phone FRONTIER 5-4175

MUNRAS, FREMONT AND

ABREGO STREETS

MONTEREY, CALIF.

JOE MOSSOLO

Trucking Company

337 ROSSI STREET

SALINAS, CALIF.

-4


April - May, 1957 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 15

and television, the press plainly has the

right to report such public occurrence with

or without photographs.

No INTERFERENCE

The exercise of this right by the press

may not be the occasion for interference

with proper police action. Photographers

in their zeal to make a pictorial report may

not hamper the police. The cry for "just

one more" picture may have to give way

to the exigencies of the emergency. The

police are there to arrest, not to pose for

pictures.

And it goes without saying, if a press

representative himself violates the law he

is subject to police action. Exercise of freedom

of the press gives no immunity from

the application of general laws. Associated

Press v. N. L. R. B., 301 U. S. 103, 57S.

Ct. 650 (1937). Moreover, the right of

peaceable assembly was here being protected

by the police action directed against

those creating the disturbance. This is a

right cognate to the rights of free speech

and free press. It is equally fundamental.

De Jonge v. Oregon, 299 U. S. 353, 57S.

Ct. 255 (1937).

Accordingly, you are advised that the

police have the duty to take all measures

reasonably necessary, including the use of

force, to protect the public, especially when

its peaceable assemblage is violated or

threatened. Performance of this duty is

clearly a proper subject of news reporting.

Photographs of the police action may be

taken. There may be no interference with

the exercise of the freedom of the press

by force or threats. By the same token,

press representatives may not hamper the

police in the exercise of the police power.

The public interest in the maintenance

of law and order exists side by side with

the public interest in the protection of our

basic and fundamental liberties. Neither

justifies suppression by the other.

The Police Chief

McCOY'S TEXACO STATION

Phone GReenwood 5-3278

CALIFORNIA LEADS THE U. S.

California leads all other states in passenger car and motor truck registrations

with 5,641,408 passenger cars and 853,910 trucks, for a total of 6,495,-

318 vehicles.

New York, with 4,131,794 cars and a total motor vehicle tally of 4,819,000,

ranks second in passenger car and total vehicle registrations. Texas, with

some 834,000 trucks plying its streets and highways, has the second highest

motor truck total, reports the National Automobile Club.

Rounding out the top ten in total registrations are: Texas, 3,959,000;

Pennsylvania, 3,890,000; Ohio, 3,628,000; Illinois, 3,419,000; Michigan,

3,197,000; New Jersey, 2,131,000; Indiana, 1,828,000, and Florida, 1,756,000.

MOTORING IS BIG BUSINESS

The motoring public that takes to the

nation's highway for vacation trips, business

or week-end jaunts probably doesn't

realize just how much of a factor it has

become in the Nation's economy. For that

matter Mr. Motorist and his family content

themselves with knowing how much

DICK'S FINE FOOD

DICK H. STAMPOLIS

Phone GArden 3-8733

1116 PACIFIC AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

LOUS LIQUORS

FINE WINES AND LIQUORS

LOU FONTANA

GArden 3-3477

2330 MISSION STREET

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

SANTA CRUZ RADIO & TV

R. C. "BOB" DODSON

GArden 3-6028

123 WATER STREET

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

Unique and Exclusive Tailoring

for

Ladies and Gentlemen

money they have to spend. But the National

Automobile Club reports that roadside

business was very much in the big

leagues during 1956, amounting in the

aggregate to more than $25 billion.

Catering to Mr. Motorist and all other

highway users were these five group3

whose combined volume of business makes

up the enormous total: hotels—two billion

dollars; motels—one and one-half billion

dollars; restaurants—more than five

billion dollars; service stations—$12.4; all

others, such as amusement parks, sightseeing

locations, and rural highway stores,

—more than $4 billion dollars.

With more cars slated for the highways

this year, with more highways being built

in California and throughout the country,

it is difficult even to guess at what the roadside

business picture will be like in another

ten years. But as long as we continue

to be gregarious people and like to

get around, we are developing a new segment

in the U. S. economic pattern of

growth and expansion through integration.

DRIVER EDUCATION

More than 10,000 high schools in the

United States now offer driver training,

according to the National Automobile

Club.

AL'S PLACE

COCKTAILS

3801 PORTOLA DRIVE

L. GARCIA Phone FR 2-9981

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA 603 SOQUEL AVENUE

685 LIGHTHOUSE AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA MONTEREY CALIFORNIA

CLUB HIGH HAT

BEER & WINE

DANCING - DINNERS

Phone CR 3-9661

801 BEACH STREET

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

BALL BIKE SHOP

SALES & SERVICE

Phone GArden 6-2243

630 WATER STREET

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

CABRILLO CAFE

BEER - WINE

HENRY AND MARY

Phone FR 2-4881

554 LIGHTHOUSE

NEW MONTEREY CALIFORNIA


Page 16 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL April - May, 1957

SANTA CRUZ

SELECT CLEANERS

We Give S & H Green Stamps

GA 3-1161

1370 SOQUEL AVENUE

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SANTA CRUZ

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120 SOQUEL AVENUE

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720 PACIFIC AVENUE

CALIFORNIA

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CATHAY CARE

CHINESE AND AMERICAN DINNERS

ORDERS TO TAKE OUT

II am, to 12 m. - Closed on Wednesday

ii am, to 3 am. Saturday

J. H. CHIN, Prop.

Phone GA 3-6877

112 SOQUEL AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

fONESIO LIQUORS

FINE WINES AND LIQUORS

VICTOR BONESIO

Phone GA 3-4537

713 PACIFIC AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

SANITARY PLUMBING AND

HEATING CO.

CACACE, VICTORINO AND CACACE

PLUMBING • HEATING

SHEET METAL WORK

FREE ESTIMATES

Phone GA 3-0972

413 PACIFIC AVENUE

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

WARD MOTOR SALES

AUTOMOBILES BOUGHT AND SOLD

BANK TERMS

DIM YOUR LIGHTS

Drivers who fail to dim their car headlights

for other drivers as required by law

are a menace on the highways, according

to the California Highway Patrol.

"The law required that when a driver

approaches within 500 feet of an oncoming

vehicle, he shall use a distribution of

light so aimed that the glaring rays are

not projected into the eyes of the oncoming

driver," states Patrol Commissioner

B. R. Caldwell. "This also applies to traffic

on divided highways.

"In addition to this requirement it is

necessary for the driver of a vehicle following

within 200 feet of another vehicle

to use the low beam distribution of light.

Courteous drivers will always dim the

headlights when meeting or following

another vehicle.

"The Patrol asks every driver to be more

courteous in the use of headlights," Caldwell

concluded. "Cooperate and help assure

safety for yourself and the drivers

you meet or follow in the darkness."

"OUT OF FRYING PAN"

In an attempt to get away from the pursuing

highway patrolman, the boy darted

down a side street, spotted an empty garage,

roared into the garage, turned off the

motor, and slid down in the seat. The

patrolman went roaring on by.

Then, reports the National Automobile

Club, the housewife came down to the

garage, gave the boy a spirited lecture, and

called her husband to take the proper action.

Her husband just happened to be a

sergeant in the California Highway Patrol!

GORDITOS

TORTILLA FACTORY

Distributors of

Mexican Candy - Bread - Spices

Phone HA 4-2011

48 PAJARO STREET

SALINAS CALIFORNIA

THOMPSON PAINT CO.

Distributors of

MORWEAR PAINT PRODUCTS

Chas. J. Thompson, Manager

Phone 3985

831 SOUTH MAIN STREET

SALINAS CALIFORNIA

AMERICAN MEAT MARKET

CHOICE MEATS

MAURICE WARD

Phone 2-7067

Phone GArden 3-1614

1303 OCEAN STREET

40 EAST MARKET STREET

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA SALINAS CALIFORNIA

GLENN-ROWE SERVICE CO., INC.

CIGARETTE VENDING MACHINES

JACK MALLOCH, Manager

Home Phone GA 3-6641

Business Phone GA 3-5353

1305 WATER STREET

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA

C. GARCIA & SONS

DRIVE IN MARKET

GROCERIES - MEATS

FRUITS - VEGETABLES

Phone 87

GONZALES CALIFORNIA

ORDWAY PHARMACY

WATSON AND DOW

Phone FR 2-8085

398 ALVARADO STREET

MONTEREY CALIFORNIA

SEASIDE AUTO WRECKERS

AND GARAGE

ERNIE GRAVELLE, Prop.

Phone 2-2455 P. 0. BOX 957

538 DEL MONTE AVENUE

SEASIDE CALIFORNIA

Del Monte Auto Repairs

GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING

OPEN SEVEN DAYS

'BILL AND BOB'

1144 'DEL MONTE BOULEVARD

SEASIDE CALIFORNIA

HERMAN S. NIELSEN

PLUMBING - HEATING

MERCHANDISING AND CONTRACTING

Agent

JACUZZI WATER PUMPS

DAY & NIGHT WATER HEATERS

Monterey Phone FR 5.3797

ACROSS FROM POST OFFICE

P. 0. BOX 1125 SEASIDE CALIFORNIA

MARY'S MEXICAN FOOD

Enchiladas - Tamales - Tacos - Dinners

ORDERS TO TAKE OUT

John & Angela Zuniga

Phone 4.5788

1047 MAIN STREET

WATSONVILLE CALIFORNIA

Gene Cokley's Friendly

526 CLUB

CARD ROOM - COCKTAILS

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526 EAST ALISAL STREET

SALINAS CALIFORNIA


April - May, 1957 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL Page 17

THIS CHIEF IS ONLY 25 YEARS OLD!

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SMALL, YOUNG AND EFFICIENT is the Police Department of Huron, California, whose Chief, Frank J. Ferguson (on the left) may be

the youngest holding that post in California. The rest of the department are, reading from left to right: Sgt. Homer J . Worth, Patrolman

John Saarloos, Policewoman Tobie A. Bybee and Patrolman Floyd Runion.

Young, young Chiefs of Police are bobbing

up all over the place since we found

one in Sausalito recently. This latest one,

though, may really cop the first prize. He's

only 25 years old.

Frank J. Ferguson became Chief of Police

of Huron, California, last December

when he was but 24 years old.

When Tobie A. Bybee, policewoman of

Huron, read in a recent issue of the Po-

LICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL,

the claim of his friends that Louis Peter

Mountanos, Chief of Sausalito was the

youngest holding that post in California,

loyalty to her own boss prompted her to

send along the story of Chief Ferguson

and a picture of the personnel of his department.

Huron was incorporated in 1951 and

Glenn T. Clark was appointed the first

Chief. He passed away in May, 1956, and

Ferguson, then a patrolman, was named

Acting Chief which position which posi-

tion he held for six months. Last December

he was named Chief.

The youthful police boss is realistic in

his thinking and decisive in his actions.

Four others make up the department: Sgt.

Homer J . Worth, Patrolman John Saarloos

and Floyd Runion and Policewoman

Bybee.

The JOURNAL salutes the Huron Police

Department.

RESPONSIBILITY

Under the terms of the strengthened

financial security law, if a motor vehicle

is involved in an accident resulting in personal

injury to any one or damage to the

property of any one person in excess of

$100, and the owner or driver is unable

to show financial responsibility, the registration

certificate and the license plates

will be suspended and the car must be put

into storage at the owner's expense, warns

the California State Automobile Association.

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ENGINE TESTING

One new V-8 engine on the market today

was tested more than three million

miles under all conditions before being

put into production, according to the National

Automobile Club.

Akiyoshi Bros.

Growers and Shippers

FANCY STRAWBERRIES

Phone 2-1193

1450 SALINAS ROAD

WATSONVILLE, CALIF.


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S. F. CONVENTION

(Contniued from page 3)

WEDNESDAY

FOURTH GENERAL SESSION

9:00 A.M.-

Invocation - Rev. Anthony Kosturos,

Holy Trinity Church, San Francisco.

Address—Arthur H. Sherry, Professor

of Law, University of California, Berkeley.

9:30 A.M.-

Address—Thomas C. Lynch, District

Attorney, San Francisco County.

10:00 A.M.-

Report by President of California State

Sheriff's Association.

10:15 A.M.-

Panel Discussion, 'Traffic Problems."

Moderator, Commissioner B. R. Caldwell,

California Highway Patrol.

11:15 A.M.-

"1957 Legislation"—J. Frank Coakley,

District Attorney, Alameda County; Attorney

Robert 0. Ford, Legislative Advocate,

Sacramento.

11:45 A.M.-

Report of Women Peace Officers' Association

of California—President, Delora

Sutter, Sacramento Police Department.

12:00 NOON—

Recess to attend annual luncheon of

Women Peace Officers' Association.

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON

FIFTH GENERAL SESSION

2:00 P.M.-

Address—Russell H. Munro, Director,

Department of Alcoholic Beverage

Control, Sacramento.

2:30 P.M.—

Filing of Association Committee Reports

by Chairmen.

2:45 P.M.—

Reports of Conference Committee -

Credentials, Membership, Auditing,

Resolutions and Memorial.

3:00 P.M.—

Unfinished business—Amendments to

By-laws.

3:30 P.M.—

Report of Nominating Committee.

3:45 P.M.—

Election of Officers.

4:00 P.M.—

Report of Conference City Selection

Committee.

4:15 P.M.—

Selection of next Conference City.

4:30 P.M.—

Retiring of Colors—San Francisco Police

Department.

4:45 P.M.—

Adjournment.

EVENING

7:00 P.M.—

Reception, Italian Room, St. Francis

Hotel.

8:00 P.M.—

Banquet, Colonial Room, St. Francis

Hotel.

Introduction of Distinguished Guests

and Host, Chief Frank Ahern.

Introduction of officers of Women

Peace Officers' Association of California.

Installation of Officers by U. S. Marshal

Robert W. Ware, Los Angeles, and

response by President-elect.

Presentation of Past-President's emblem

and Life Membership card to Retiring

President Jansen.

Presentation of Life Membership cards

to members of Association whose continuous

membership exceeds twenty

years.

Entertainment.

TAKE IT EASY

If you're trying to get your car out of

mud or sand, avoid having the wheels spin

and dig you in more deeply. National

Automobile Club advises you to use low

or second gear and to open that throttle

no more than is absolutely necessary.

Spanish Kitchen

Orders to Take Out

PANCHO AND LITA

HARRISON 2-4919

700 W. MARKET STREET

SALINAS, CALIF.

E. B. Stone & Son

GREENALL FERTILIZER

Everything For the Soil at

Your Local Garden Supply

Dealers

SALINAS, CALIF.

Phone: FRontier 5-998 7

H and H Lumber

Company

T. H. HANDLEY

Del Monte Avenue and

Del Rey Boulevard

Seaside, Calif.

FRANK RAITER

CANNING CO.

Division of

SAN XAVIER FISH

PACKING COMPANY

A California Corporation

Quality Packers of

CALIFORNIA'S CANNED

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

SALINAS, CALIF.


April-May, 195 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 19

GOSSIP OF THE PISTOL RANGES

Far be it from me to say a word against

any of my fellow pistol shooters but I'm

sure that on Sunday, March 3, 1957, the

asylum at Napa was denuded of male patrons

as they were all down at the Oakland

Pistol Range for the opening of the

1957 season. It was a mass exodus from

the sanctuary at Napa. Wot a mob!! Over

320 cwazy people standing out in the rain

all day long shootin' holes in a piece of

paper and having one hell of a time a

doin' it!!

Six relays, too, with each relay holding

52 nuts that gives with a figure of 312

plus a few odds and ends making a total

of 320 demented, maniac and moonstruck

humans (?). It's just too horrible to contemplate.

The little men in the white coats

must have done a thriving business Sunday

taking them all back home to their

nice padded cells.

Ran into "Dragrace" Rhul, of the Burlingame

Police Department who is now

known as "Doc" Rhul having earned the

sobriquet when he had to play midwife

to one of the ladies on his beat. No medic

around so "Dragrace' '—no, I mean Doc—

delivered the baby by himself and, according

to medical authorities who arrived

later, the job was as neat as could be—

tied cord and all. The mother and the

Bonesio Bros.

Winery

Producers of Fine Wine

By J Ross DUNNIGAN

baby are doing first rate but ole Doc is

still having the jitters. Maybe that will

wipe out the drag-race episode.

HE WILL BE MISSED

Learned that our eager-beaver hot-shot

Captain Davidson of the Fort Ord team

E. REYES

Telephone VINEw00D 2-2601 Labor Camp

ROUTE 1, BOX 105

GILR0Y, CALIFORNIA GOOD FOOD

Beacon Garage

Phone OR 5-2282

540 ALTA STREET

GONZALES, CALIFORNIA

Phone 8139

30 SUN STREET

Salinas, California

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has been transferred to Fort Monmouth,

Va. The Fort Ord team will sore miss the

good captain and are hoping that their

next mentor is as good.

I note in the last issue of the California

Fish and Game Commission Bulletin that

Les Lahr, one of the deputies, was given

an award by the Central California Op-tometric Society for his outstanding work

in conducting a series of color tests and

visibility charts (mostly for hunters) and

other safety devices. Les informed me that

they have been experimenting with red,

yellow, green and other colors and came

up with the theory that red is the worst

color to wear—especially for nimrods. Les

also confides, strictly top-secret, that he is

now working on a new target with a purple

bulls-eye on a field of pink. That I

gotta see.

I see that Ed Preston, SFPD, was elected

President of the SF Police Revolver

Club; G. Elliott Murphy, vice-president

and the perennial Jerry Gallagher as secretary.

Jerry hasn't been shooting for quite

a spell having fallen by the wayside some

six years ago.

SPECIAL TROPHIES

The Olympic Club is offering three special

trophies this year to the three clubs

Mike N. Matulich

Dry Pack Lettuce

SALINAS, CALIFORNIA

Solis Winery

Dry Wines

Rosa Rossi

ROUTE 1, BOX 110

GILROY, CALIFORNIA


Page 20

Italian California

Wine Co.

Wholesale Wine

ANGELO BERTERO

VINEw00D 2-3032

ROUTE 1, BOX 53

GILROY, CALIFORNIA

Miguel Aboytes

Licensed Labor Contractor

Phone OS 5-3919

P. 0. BOX 886

GONZALES, CALIFORNIA

Westcott Motor

Company

Chevrolet

JOSEPH WESTCOTT, Owner

Phone: ORIOLE 8-2621

SOLEDAD, CALIF.

EL CAMINO

Auto Court and

Gas Station

SOLEDAD, CALIF.

POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL

or organizations whose teams earn the

greatest number of credit points during

the season. There will be no registration

fee—all for free, sez the Olympic Club.

The credit point system, as I understand

it, is based on the point system used in

yachting race circles. Don't get the system

at all but am studying up on my nautical

terms to see if it will help my shooting

any. Heave-ho, my hearties, man the jib

spanker and all that there stuff of the sea.

Anyhow, it's a nice gesture for the Olympic

Club and has created a lot of intrest.

est.

And, boy, was it nice to pick up the

results of the matches on Sunday and find

that a new shooter walked off with the

top aggregate score. Yep, Colonel Leon

Rouge, of the SF Presidio, was the gent.

See the photo along with this article for

more information on the colonel.

How ABOUT THIS?

There is a muchly controversial Assembly

Bill proposed, to be added to the Penal

Code AB No. 3842. It briefly states that

every erson who possesses a fire arm capable

of being concealed must, within 72

hours after he acquires the weapon, or if

he possesses a weapon on the effective date

of this section, register the fact of such

possession with the Chief of Police of his

city. Failure to comply with this section is

a misdemeanor. Did I say controversial?

Think of the gun collectors' plight. Well,

you take it from there.

Randy McDermott was back on the

lines, after a four-year layoff, with a kit

full of new guns, gadgets and 'scopes.

Randy ran into a lot of tuff competition

and a lot of hard luck for his first day out

but he sez it was a lot of fun and is sure

glad he is back at the game again.

I see that Fred Plough, taken right out

from the City College Criminology class,

is taking a job over in the Mann County

Sheriff's office under our old friend Sheriff

Dave Menary. Dave hasn't been with

us since he took over the sheriff's job in

Mann. Guess he has been too busy to do

much shooting.

As I walk along the lines during the

.45 matches I notice that quite a few of

the shooters are using .45 revolvers now

instead of the automatic. Wonder wot

hoppen and why. Maybe it's a good thing

to look into some day.

Several inquiries have been made of me

about the rumor that the new freeway is

going right smack thru the Oakland Pistol

Club range. Relax, boys and gals, it's just

a rumor as the freeway will go thru the

west end of the zoo which is about threequarters

of a mile away from the pistol

range.

April - May, 19)7

Virginio Pappani &

Sons Winery

Phones

VINEWOOD 2-3814 - 2-3457

ROUTE 1, BOX 149

MOREY AVENUE

GILR0Y, CALIFORNIA

HAZEL'S BAR

BOX 771

Phone OR 8-2403

SOLEDAD, CALIF.

THE PALACE

BAR-B-CUE STEAK AND SANDWICHES

ITALIAN DINNERS

Phone OSborne 5.3401

GONZALES CALIFORNIA

MARY AROZ RANCHITO BAR

GONZALES CALIFORNIA

ARCADIA LODGE

GOOD FOOD AND DRINKS

ROUTE I, BOX 111

SOLEDAD CALIFORNIA

BOULDER BURGER DRIVE INN

DINNERS • BREAKFAST • LUNCH

Dot & Al Morehouse

BOULDER CREEK CALIFORNIA


April - May, 195 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 21

1957 INDOOR PISTOL CHAMPS

By J. Ross DUNNIGAN

Took a flying trip to the 1957 NRA

Indoor Pistol Championship matches held

last month at the U. S. Naval Base range

in San Bruno. This was one of the thirty

such matches held all over the United

States during the month of March to determine

the champs of the teams and

individuals.

There was just the one match held in

California. Some 85 shooters from all

over the state showed up for the matches

in San Bruno where the marines have a

very fine 23 firing point range for the .22

gun only. The matches at San Bruno were

sponsored by the Mainliner Rifle-Pistol

Club (the United Airlines) under the

secretaryship of John Low—and a swell

Job the Mainliners turned out. Ray Felton,

from the Oakland Club, acted as referee.

This match, or these matches, are for the

US indoor .22 caliber championships, both

teams and individuals and are shot under

NRA rules. The matches are the slow

timed and rapid strings of 20 shots, one

short national plus the aggregate of

matches 1, 2, 3 and 4. For good measure

they threw in an extra match for the NRA

building Fund made up of the aggregate

of matches 2 and 3. Colonel Leon Rouge,

SF Presidio, won the high aggregate

match and the building fund aggregate

match. Scores received too late for publication.

We had one of the pistol shooting cclebraties

with us on Sunday when Ofutt

Pinion showed up with the group from

LOS GATOS WASHETTE

ELgato 4-4361

467 NORTH SANTA CRUZ AVENUE

LOS GATOS CALIFORNIA

THE PALMS REST HOME

AMBULATORY LADIES AND GENTLEMEN

ANNA C. DUNCAN. R.N.

Telephone ELgato 4-4105

15049 SAN JOSE-LOS GATOS ROAD

LOS GATOS CALIFORNIA

KALER PLUMBING & HEATING

Plumbing Fixtures - Heating Equipment

Sold, Installed and Repaired

CONTRACTING

LOUIS P. SOUCEY, Owner

Telephone 5-4580 or 5-4143

P. 0. BOX 56

FELTON CALIFORNIA

THERE ARE SMILES that won't wear off on

G. Elliott Murphy who has just been elected

vice-president of the San Francisco Police

Revolver Club. Ed Preston was chosen as

President.

the 12th Naval District team. Who dat?

Well, to make a long story longer, Ofutt

was one of the 1956 Olympic team shooters

who boated it to Melbourne for the

RED RYDER CAFE

4988 EL CAMINO

LOS ALTOS CALIFORNIA

EL CAMNO AUTO SERVICE

"Our Complete Auto Service Keeps You Rolling"

W. H. (BILL) SHERMAN

WHitecliff 8-2535

4580 EL CAMINO

LOS ALTOS CALIFORNIA

Bill and Tom's

TOWN CLUB

Not the Best - But Hard to Beat

Phone RE 6-8839

246 W. EVELYN

SUNNYVALE CALIFORNIA

LEIDIGS TEXACO

Complete Automotive Service & Repair

FRED NELSEN, Service Manager

Office Phone 7-7027

Residence Phone 8-0193

SEVENTH AND SAN CARLOS

CARMEL CALIFORNIA

U.S.A. Now do you know who dat?

Was just wondering if you had the

same trouble in finding the back entrance

to the shooting grounds on account of

because the main entrance is being repaved?

And speaking along those lines I

might add that there is no need to worry

about the freeway going thru the middle

of the shooting range as it will be down

at the west end of the zoo which end is

some mile or so away from the shooting

area.

It's very amusing to see the new shoot-

-

HIGHLANDS INN

Carmel, California

New Lanai rooms or cottages in

the pines with fireplaces.

Swimming in the heated pool.

Cocktails in the Sunset Room with

view over the ocean and rugged

coastline.

Excellent facilities for meetings

and conventions.

Wedding Chapel.

FRITZ HARTUNG, Manager

Carmel . . . Mayfair 4-6496

San Francisco. . . EXbrook 2-4330

Oakland. . . TWinoaks 3-8424

Los Angeles . . . Vandyke 2937

SARATOGA DRUG STORE

S & H Green Stamps

Phone UN 7-5423

SARATOGA CALIFORNIA

AITREH EROS. SARATOGA

GARAGE

A.A.A. SERVICE

TOWING - REPAIRS

Phone UN 7-3427

SARATOGA CALIFORNIA


Page 22

Griffiths & Powers

Real Estate & Insurance

HARRY POWERS

Office: REGENT 6-5477

Home: REGENT 6-6297

300 SOUTH MURPHY AVENUE

SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA

Sunnyvale Garage

24 Hour Tow Service

Wheel Aligning & Balancing

Expert Brake Work & Tuneup

General Auto Repair

Body Work & Painting

Official Service

P. 0. Box 376

101 HIGHWAY AND

SARATOGA ROAD

SUNNYVALE, CALIF.

POZA BROS.

Trucking Company

General Trucking and

Hauling

P. 0. BOX 298

249 NORTH FAIR OAK

SUNNYVALE, CALIF.

SHERMAN FITCH

Representing

STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES

AUTO LIFE - FIRE

BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS

Phone: REgent 6-4204

559 SOUTH TAAFFE STREET

SUNNYVALE CALIFORNIA

Ray or Gladys Morris

HOT DOG INN

151 1/2 SOUTH MURPHY AVENUE

SUNNYVALE CALIFORNIA

POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL

ers walking around the place all decked

out with a new gun, holster and boots to

match. The belt is hung low over the right

hip, the very latest fast draw holster

hooked onto the belt and the belt loaded

down with cartridges. Looks as though the

old west has been revived and any minute

one might see young Wyatt Earp suddenly

draw and fire on the modern version

of Billy the Kid. After a couple of

matches the guns arrive in a neat shooting

box and the belt is forever hidden away

in the back recesss of the attic closet.

NEW TARGET

But to get back to the draw and fire

stuff you should get a copy of the March

issue of "GUNS" (one of the newer

shooting magazines) and read the article

"The Target That Shoots Back" - it's

interesting to say the least. This target is

built like a man and is electrically controlled

to shoot back at you (with blanks,

my dear fellow) if'n you don't beat him

to the draw in 3/10's of a second. Try

drawing and firing from the hip without

live ammo and see how you'd make out

if you were in front of the dummy

shooter.

Henry Bowes ups last month and marries

Lois McElhany and for their honeymoon

they tripsey to Florida in their new

Henry J . While there they had nothing

to do (2) so Lois enters the Midwinter

Pistol Shoot in Tampa and wins the

Sharpshooter aggregate medal. There

must be something funny to be said about

that but I'm darned if I can think of

anything—maybe you can.

RANGE Is SOLD

Joe Dc Cola (no relation to Coke) informs

me that the San Jose Pistol Club is

now a golf course. Sounds like a trick

Houdini would use in his act. It seems the

Board of Directors at one of their night

sessions voted to sell the grounds to a

buyer who wanted to make the place into

a golf hounds' haven. I understand that

there were two negative votes for the sale

but the "Ayes" have it—and so ordered.

Does anyone know of a place the San Jose

Club could obtain?

I have been noticing of late that many

shooting clubs have been trying to hold

matches but for some reason or other they

do not get the interest nor the crowds

they should. There is plenty of shooting

going on around our way, San Jose, Monterey,

Sacramento and the likes but the

shooters just don't patronize them. Take

the case of John Bellera and the shoot he

held a few months ago at Fort Ord. About

40 shooters turned out leaving John with

a few dozen medals that he still has yet to

dispose of.

Hank Crossfleld had a narrow escape

Sunday when his gun blew up tearing

p

April - May, 1957

The Antlers...

Call or Write for Reservations

for Parties or Banquets

GERRY AND ANN DRUHN

Phone WHITECL1FF 8-9038

4700 EL CAMINO REAL

LOS ALTOS, CALIFORNIA

Frankie & Jonnie

& Luigi

Restaurant and Pizzeria

939 EL CAMINO REAL

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF.

P & E

CONSTRUCTION

COMPANY

General Engineering

Contractors

CY 7-1031

1620 So. SEVENTH ST.

SAN JOSE, CALIF.


April -May, 195 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 23

HILL VIE W

PLUMBING Co.

WHITECLIFF 8-7154

193 S. SAN ANTONIO RD.

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF.

E. H. BEAN

Crane Truck Service

Machinery Moving & Placing

Steel Erection - Trucking

Rigging Certified Welders &

Millwrights - Radio Equipped

MAIN STREET AT BRADFORD

Near Bayshore Highway

REDWOOD CITY, CALIF.

J unipero Serra

Hospital

PL 5-7755

BRIGGS STREET

COLMA, CALIF.

McCammon-

Wunderlich

Company

General Contractors

DA 5-5691

P. 0. Box 359

PALO ALTO, CALIF.

apart the cylinder and scattering same all

over the landscape. Parts were picked up

at least 150 yards away from the place of

the blow and most fortunately no one was

hurt at the time. Hank is now thinking of

using bows and arrows for the rest of the

season until his jangled nerves quiet

down. THEY HAVE TROUBLES

Jake Cook, one of the newer shooters,

was having a tuff time of it trying to get

all his shots on the paper and was extremely

happy in having found six out of

ten on his timed fire string. Jake explains

that he has been shooting for possibles all

day and unless he gets the possibles he

just don't want anything. In that he was

not disappointed.

Bill Dennis also had his troubles but

in another way. Bill was having difficulties

in getting them in the black and stated

that this was caused because he cleaned his

gun the night before the matches and as

the gun hadn't been cleaned in many,

many years he wasn't quite used to the

action. So-o-o-o he vowed never to clean

the gun again. SCORES

CF Camp Perry Match

Open_ ..................N. Lincoln. ... ___ ... 296

ExpertC. Webb ...... .----------- 287

D. Wright--------------284

Marksman 1st ------ J . Keane------------------273

Marksman 2nd-----L. Phelps----------------266

Marksman 3rd-----E. Hatfield--------------273

CF National Match

Open ----- ----------- ---- -N. Lincoln -------- .----- 287

Expert-------------------C. Webb------------------276

Sharpshooter---------C. Gritzmacher ----- ---277

Marksman 1st- ----- P. Clark.... ...... .------- 264

Marksman 2nd-- --- H. Mitchell ---- .--------- 265

Marksman 3rd-----E. Hatfield--------------261

.22 National Match

Open ----------- - ---- ---- M. Klipfel--------------293

Expert ---- --- ------- ---- M. Dillie--- ------------- 288

Sharpshooter--------R. Hirsch... ------------- 288

Marksman 1st------C. Bertus. ............ ...283

Marksman 2nd-----L. Phelps----------------270

Marksman 3rd-----E. Garson--------- ------- 269

Water Heaters Furnished and Installed

FRANCIS D. MORRIS

MASTER PLUMBER

Plumbing and Repairs—Stoves Connected

PHONE JUno 8-6028

112 CLAREMONT AVENUE

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

TO GREET YOU

KITTY ALEXANDRE, BERT

AND DOROTHY MIORADELLI

BOULDER CREEK CALIFORNIA

Wells P.

Goodenough, Inc.

Contractors

*

Palo Alto, Calif.

CHEZ YVONNE

YO 7-9709

1854 EL CAMINO REAL

5 Miles South of Stanford

MOUNTAIN VIEW CALIFORNIA

VISTA GRANDE MARKET

6350 MISSION STREET

DALY CITY CALIFORNIA

PIPER AND RANDY

TEXACO SERVICE

YOUR CARS BEST FRIEND

We Give S & H Green Stamps

Pick UP and Deliver

JU 8-9966

209 EL CAMINO REAL

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

CHAS. CALDERONI MARKET

JU 3-2340

875 HUNTINGTON AVENUE

SAN BUNO CALIFORNIA


Page 24 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL April -May, 1957

TEmplebar 6-0107

Oakland Bridge

Tournament

Tournament Every Day

and Evening

Large Turniabout

421 STATEN AVENUE

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA

LAKE5S GARAGE

General Repairing - All Makes

Cars and Light Trucks

JUST NORTH OF CITY HALL

Phone LA 3-5366

2264 LINCOLN AVENUE

ALAMEDA CALIFORNIA

BEN REIMERS NURSERY

Home of "Number 52" Tomato

Telephone LAkehurst 2-3265

1113 LINCOLN AVENUE

ALAMEDA CALIFORNIA

DR. J. A. CAMPBELL

DENTIST

TE 2.4916

1629 TELEGRAPH AVENUE

OAKLAND CALIFORNIA

Phone PL 5-9350

OTTOS PLACE

OTTO and DUDE

FINE FOODS AND DRINKS - TAP BEE-11,

1141 STANFORD AVENUE

OAKLAND CALIFORNIA

COMPLIMENTS OF

ABE P. LEACH

2225 HARRISON STREET

OAKLAND CALIFORNIA

George Ushijirna LAkehurst 2-0812

- GROWERS PRODUCE

WHOLESALE FRUITS & VEGETABLES

Bus. Phones: TEmplebar 2-1965

TEmplehar 2-7897

380 THIRD STREET

OAKLAND CALIFORNIA

.22 Rapid-fire Match

Open M. Klipfel ......... .....198

Expert ...... ............. G. Evenden ....... .... --- 196

Sharpshooter .... .....R. Hirsch .... ......---- ..196

Marksman 1st ...... R. Kuechie... ----------- 192

Marksman 2nd.....M. Pimentel ............ 186

Marksman 3rd.. ... T. Plummer -------- .... 186

.45 National Match

Open_ ---------- ....... L. Rouge ------ .------- .... 291

Expert ------------- ......J. Davis ------- .-------- ....273

Sharpshooter - --------C. Bertus --- ---------- ----- 270

Marksman 1st ------ J. Reynolds--------------273

Marksman 2nd.....M. Fell--------------------281

Marksman 3rd-----E. Hatfield--------------255

Aggregate Match

Open--------------------L. Rouge------------------862

Expert-------------------A. Crow------------------817

Sharpshooter -- - ------C. Gritzmacher--------830

Marksman 1st ------ P. Clark------------------777

Marksman 2nd-- ... H. Mitchell.. ............ 768

Marksman 3rd .... -E. Hatfield.. ------ ...... 253

TEAM SCORES

Open Class

Presidio of San Francisco #1------------1132

California Highway Patrol----------------1115

Expert Class

Presidio of San Francisco #2------------1052

Oakland Pistol Club--------------------------1043

Sharpshooter Class

Presidio of San Francisco #3------------1051

Olympic Club #2------------------------------1041

Marksman Class

Vallejo Police Department----------------1027

Oakland Pistol Club #2--------------------997

Cap and Ball Match

50 yards—Ken Eastman------------------------85

25 yards—Sim Reinhard------------------------98

OAKLAND MATCHES

It's no wonder that on the brassards of

the Oakland Pistol Club they have "The

Biggest Pistol Club In America"—.boy,

oh boy, you should see the ever growing

crowds that flock to the monthly matches

as witnessed in March where some 330

shooters were running all over the place,

arid this does not take in the women and

children that come along for the outing

and a nice picnic lunch. That's a lot of

people to handle in a one day's shoot and

the Club is praying they get that long

promised bulldozer to enlarge the firing

points to make 104 on the 50 and 104 on

the 25 yard lines. Then the whole darned

army can come out to the matches and will

be handled con mucho mucho. As it is

now there are 6 relays in each match

which all goes for making a long, long day

for Mr. Shooter yet the Club officials do

not wish to cut the number of entries nor

the number of relays but, if the crowds

continue on the increase sumpins gotta be

LEAMINGTON

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In the Heart of the City

POPULAR PRICE MEALS

TERRACE DINING ROOM

HIGHGATE 4-2525

19TH AND FRANKLIN STS.

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA

J . E. FRENCH CO.

The Alameda County Volume

DODGE-PLYMOUTH

DEALERSHIP

35 Years of Continuous

Fine Service

2740 BROADWAY

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA

STANDARD TRAILER CO.

415 SAN LEANDRO BOULEVARD

SAN LEANDRO CALIFORNIA

NORTHRUP. KING & CO.

WHOLESALE SEEDMEN

BERKELEY CALIFORNIA

English Built Ford Products

Servicing 100 E, 300 E Series

SALES - SERVICE

Specialists in Body Work and Painting

LEN GALLAGHER

ANdover 1-6269

4647 FOOTHILL BOULEVARD

OAKLAND CALIFORNIA

LAkehurst 2-7980

RENARD CATERING SERVICE

Bob Renard

CATERING SERVICE

Wedding Receptions - Banquets

Service Clubs

Private Dining Room

2431 CENTRAL AVENUE

ALAMEDA CALIFORNIA


April - May, 195

Transocean

Engineering Corp.

General Construction

LU 1-2742

7807 RUSSELL CITY RD.

FIAYWARD, CALIF.

Dalzell Rigging Co.

Formerly THOMAS RIGGING Co.

General Praying • Truck Cranes

Special Attention Given to

Hoisting and Placing Heavy

Machinery, Safes, Vaults,

Smokestacks, Boilers

Phone HUmboldt 3-2913

1506 SIXTY-SECOND STREET

EMERYVILLE 8, CALIFORNIA

FORE

Trucking Company

P. 0. BOX 397

Alameda, California

SINCE 1927

Christianson Bros.

Hardwood Floors

Residential and Commercial

LAKEHURST 3-8023

2144 ENCINAL AVENUE

ALAMEDA, CALIF.

POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS JOURNAL

dood about it or else the shooters will

have to stay for dinner, too. Oh well,

guess it will work out OK in the long run.

Colonel Rouge again took away the top

aggregate prize followed by another army

shooter, Nelson Lincoln, from the SF

Presidio, who placed 2nd in the aggregate

match. The third open winner was Braithwaite

and as you might know he was from

the armed forces. It's quite refreshing to

see new names heading the lists all which

keeps up the old spirit—and makes the

boys buckle down if they want to stay in

the top spots.

USE REVOLVERS

I have been noticing lately that many of

the shooters in the .45 match are using

revolvers and also in the .22 matches I

see many revolvers. There could be a good

story someplace there about that but for

the nonce it escapes me.

The Sacramento matches opened last

month on the 3rd Sundays of the month

thru October so will have to get up there

some Sunday and give my guns the heat

treatment—and I don't mean from the

powder either. The last match I shot there

I thought the sun was gonna melt the gun

barrel but I won 45 cents and that made

up for the heat.

Jim Spang, just retired from the Navy

and claims he hadn't pulled a trigger in

six years, arrived on the lot with new

shooting equipment and anxiously awaited

his first match. I noted his first string and

didn't have the heart to follow the rest of

his shooting for the day. I hope Jim

wasn't so discouraged he didn't toss his

gun kit over the side of the bridge on the

way home. -

If you know how to plan your driving

so you're always in the proper lane for

turning or for moving straight ahead, you

have learned an important part of good

driving, says the California State Automobile

Association. Planning makes driving

easier, not only for yourself, but for everyone

else as well.

YEllowstone 4-9526

Fred Kelleway

HARDWARE - PAINTS

HOMEWARE - GIFTS

2721 North Main Street

WALNUT CREEK, CALIF.

VINCENT

RODRIGUES

Page 25

General Engineering

Contractor

Pipeline Construction

226 JACKSON STREET

Hayward, Calif.

Lizardo Brothers

Phone 8-1467

SANTOS ROAD

CENTERYILLE, CALIFORNIA

Airport Auto

Wrecking

S. C. SCOTT, PROP.

LO 9-6852

841 DOOLITTLE DRIVE

San Leandro, Calif.

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Page 26 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL April- May, 1957

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

(Continued from page 4)

crippleIS) a bridge; (4) a stick; (5) a ulative evidence; (5) Corroborative evijoint?

deuce.

16. Marihuana is known as kD black 29. A witness proves an admission of

stuff; (2) Birdseye; (3) jive; (4) mud; the party to the fact in dispute. This proves

(5) a bang? a fact, from which the fact in dispute is in-

17. A 'spike" is (1) marihuana ciga- ferred. This is: (1) Direct evidence; (2)

rette; (2) a police officer; (3) an injec- Partial evidence; (3) Satisfactory evion

of cocaine; (4) 1 ounce of morphine; dence;( Indirect evidence; (5) Indisneedle?

pensab1'evidence.

"Pen Yan," "Yen Shee," 'No. 5 " 30. The record of a coi .qf competent

and "rooster" refer to (1) heroin;) jurisdiction is known as( \ (fl) Direct eviopium;

(3) marihuana; (4) cocaine;'(1') dence; (2) Indirect evidence; (3) Cummorphine.

ulative evidence; (4) Indispensable evi-

19. Cocaine is sometimes known as (1) dence; (5) Conclusive evidence.

Goriga (2) Cecil; (3) Greefo; (4) Cot- 31. A written instrument which affords

ton; () Skam?

the best possible evidence f, its existence

20.—One of the following is not a term and contents is known as: Direct evifor

marihuana 1) Yesca; (2) weed; (3) deuce; (2) Primary evidence; (3) Prima

tea; (4) gage; ) geyser. facie evidence; (4) Partial evidence; (5)

21. "Head," "hygelo," "friend" and Satisfactory evidence.

"cube," refer to (1) morphine; he- 32. Evidence without which a particuroin;

(3) cocaine; (4) opium; (5) man- lar fact cannot be proved is known as: (1)

huana.

Conclusive evidence; (2) Indispensle

22.

When a person is "ringing the evidence; (3) Cumulative evidence;((

gong" he is

Corroborative evidence; (5) Primary'e'ci-

(1) buying narcotics; (2) deuce.

smoking opium; ,N offering narcotics for

sale; (4) breakthe habit; (5) smok-

33. Additional evidence of the same

ing marihuana.

racter, to the same point is known as

Corroborative evidence; (2) Second -

23. To smoke a large marihuana ciga- ary evidence; (3) Cumulative evidence;

rette is to (1) blow a stick; (2) blow a (4) Prima facie evidence; (5) Indirect

shot; (f') blast a bomb; (4) cook a pill; evidence.

(5) bea gong.

34. A witness is uresumed to sneak the

RULES OF EVIDENCE (rum, out tnis presumption may ne repelled

by

2A copy of an instrument is known

(1) hs-pianner of speech; (2)

as Primary evidence; (2) Direct evi-

by his dress; ()by contradictory evidence;

(4) by his religious beliefs; (5)

denc (3) Prima facie evidence; (4) Sec-

by personal knowledge of a juror.

ondary evidence; (5) Satisfactory evidence.

35. Only one allegation need be proven.

25. If the fact in dispute be an agree-

(1) Allegans contraria non est audiendus;

(2)

ment, the evidence of a witness who was

Primary; (3) Allegans suam turpi-

present and witnessed the/making

tudinem non est audiendus; (4) Material;

of it is

(1) Primary evidence

Secondary.

;/(j Direct evidence;

(3) Indispensable evidence; (4) 36. Three witnesses give evidence which

Indirect evidence; (5) Conclusive evi- is of the same character to the same point.

dence.

Such additional evidence is called:

26. Evidence which under every possi-

a. corroborative evidence

ble circumstance affords the greatest cer- '? cumulative evidence

tainty of the fact in question is (1) Pri- c. indirect evidence

mary evidence;-2J Direct evidence; (3)

d. secondary evidence

Secondary evideiIt'; (4) Conclusive evidence;

(5) Partial evidence.

37. Courts take judicial notice of all

but one of the following facts: (1) What-

27. The certificate of a County Clerk ever is established by laws; (2) The seal

is what type of evidenEç in regard to the of every state of the union; (3) Private

evidence of a record: -1)) Direct evidence; official acts ,f'he judicial departments of

(2) Primary evidence; t3) Satisfactory this state; 7(4)) Political history of the

evidence; (4) Partial evidence; (5) Prima world; (5)The testimony of alienists.

facie evidence.

28. Evidence which the law does not Newly renovated and open to the public

allow to be contradicted is known as (1) is the Fort Dalles Historical Museum at

Direct evidence; ( onclusive evidence; The Dalles in Oregon, reports the Na-

(3) Indispensable vidence; (4) Cum- tional Automobile Club.

Snow White

DONUTS AND SANDWICHES

Phone FR 8-3976

116 EAST CAMPBELL

CAMPBELL, CALIFORNIA

A&W Drive ln

When You Drive Drink

A & W Root Beer

10 oz. Mug For Five Cents

185 S. WINCHESTER RD.

CAMPBELL, CALIF.

Kenney's Auto

Repairs

Wreck Rebuilding and Painting

If We Do Your Repair Work

FREE TOWING SERVICE

All Work Guaranteed

TOWING AND STORAGE

DAY OR NITE FR 8-3186

496 E. CENTRAL AVE.

CAMPBELL, CALIF.

TED'S "FLYING A" SERVICE

Phone FRanklin 8-2661

521 NORTH WINCHESTER ROAD

At Hamilton Avenue

CAMPBELL CALIFORNIA

SUTHERLAND PHARMACY

LA 2-1422

1500 ENCINAL AVENUE

ALAMEDA CALl FORNiA


April - May, 1957 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 27

JINKS AT THE PRESS CLUB when Lord Mayor Briscoe was the guest of honor during his recent tour of the United States. From left to

right: Chief of San Francisco Police, Francis Ahern; Pulitzer prize winner Ed. Montgomery, president of the Press and Union League Club;

the distinguished Jewish Mayor of Dublin; Sam Mullins and Grant Robbins, Press Clubbers in charge of arrangements for the gala dinner

and Mayor of San Francisco, George Christopher.

GREAT BUSINESS PERIOD

California experienced the greatest activity

on record during the last quarter of

1956, it was announced today by George

R. Reilly, First District Member of the

State Board of Equalization. The volume

of transactions subject to state sales and

use taxes between October 1 and December

31 amounted to $5,356,626,000__71/2

per cent more than the comparable figure

for the last quarter of 1955. In no preceding

quarter has the $5-billion mark been

reached.

Fourth-quarter taxable business activity

brought to more than $ 191/4 billion the

volume of self-assessed taxable transactions

during the calendar year 1956. This

activity exceeded by more than $1 1/4 billion,

or over 7 per cent, the previous yearly

record set in 1955. Each of the four

quarters of 1956 produced a greater dollar-volume

of taxable transactions than

did the comparable period in any previous

year.

The 3 per cent state sales and use tax

yielded $160,698,780 of self-assessed revenue

for the fourth quarter. Additionally,

Board-assessed taxes and interest and penalties

on unreported or underreported taxable

transactions amounted to $2,646,659,

bringing the total quarterly revenues from

these sources to $ 163 1/3 million.

The most notable feature of the fourthquarter

taxable sales pattern was the 5.3

per cent increase in total retail sales as

compared with the same quarter of 1955.

With the exception of sales by new automobile

dealers, most major classes of business

reported notable gains. Spearheading

the advance was a group of specialty

stores. Photographic equipment and supplies

dealers and sellers of trailers, boats,

motorcycles, and planes, continuing to

show the relative strength which they have

evidenced for more than a year, registered

gains of about 22 per cent.

Wills Trucking

Service

WA 4-2228

19219 HOUSTON

LEMOORE, CALIF.

J. A. Nevis Trucking, Inc.

Common Carrier - Contract Hauling

Member American Trucking Association, Inc.

BOX 910

PITTSBURG CALIFORNIA


Page 28 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL April -May, 1957

Pine's Truck Service

Trucking - General Hauling

Heavy and Long Distance

Hoisting Boom

Phone 4432

R. F. D. BOX 108

WALNUT WAY

NILES, CALIFORNIA

BENS AUTO BODY SHOP

CUSTOM WORK AND COLLISION REPAIRS

Shop BR 6-2291

Residence BR 6-0634

908 LEWELLING BOULEVARD

SAN LORENZO CALIFORNIA

SPEND A COZY HOUR AT THE

KAT AND KITTEN

Cocktail Lounge

1107 MACARTHUR BOULEVARD

SAN LEANDRO CALIFORNIA

CORNED BEEF RILEY'S

SINCE 1903

FRESH AND CURED PORK

SAUSAGE - CORNED BEEF

TENTH STREET MARKET

OAKLAND CALIFORNIA

BEST WISHES

SPROUSE = REITZ

3820 ROSE STREET

DEL PASO HEIGHTS CALIFORNIA

CLUB PHEASANT

Italian Dinners

RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE

FINE FOOD & COCKTAILS

Served Daily - Closed Mondays

Two Miles South of El Rancho on

Jefferson Boulevard

John Rivera and Fred Andretti, Managers

Telephone Frontier 1-9977

WEST SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA

GREAT WESTERN TRAILER SALES

Sales Division of

YOLO CAR AND TRAILER EXCHANGE, INC.

We Buy, Sell and Trade

NEW AND USED TRAILERS

Distributor for

FLEETWOOD - ROLLAWAY - SCOTSMAN

BEACON - TOWNHOUSE

0. OGLE, Manager

Frontier 1-7356 P. 0. BOX 486

1300 WEST CAPITOL AVENUE

WEST SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA

KEY TO TEST

ON PAGE 4

Ques. Ans.

1-------------------------4

2-------------------------4

3-------------------------3

4-------------------------1

5-------------------------2

6-------------------------3

7-------------------------2

8 -------------------------2

9------------------------- 2

10-------------------------2

11-------------------------3

12-------------------------4

13-------------------------2

14-------------------------3

15-------------------------2

16-------------------------3

17-------------------------5

18-------------------------2

19-------------------------2

20-------------------------5

21-------------------------1

22-------------------------2

23-------------------------3

24-------------------------4

25-------------------------2

26-------------------------1

27-------------------------5

28-------------------------2

29-------------------------4

30-------------------------5

31-------------------------2

32-------------------------2

33-------------------------3

34-------------------------3

35-------------------------4

36-------------------------b

37------------------------5

STATE BOX COMPANY

Manufacturers of

PINE BOX SHOOK

Statewide Service

Phone Frontier 1-5296

P. 0. BOX 647

Factory: WEST SACRAMENTO

SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA

MILLER BROS.

Furniture Manufacturing Co.

IT'S QUALITY THAT COUNTS

Frontier 1-6196

BEST WISHES!

WESTERN HYWAY

OIL COMPANY

Telephone Frontier 1-6771

P. 0. BOX 199

WEST SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA

California Market

Equipment

Company

Sales and Service

Friedrich Floating Air

Refrigerators - Air Conditioning

Adjustable Gondolas

JAMES C. ROERDEN, Dealer

Telephone HU 4-9311

217 North Sixteenth St.

SACRAMENTO, CALIF.

Farmer's Markets

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.

AAA Approved

PLAZA MOTEL

By Day or Week

Showers and Tubs

Refrigerators in All Units

With or Without Kitchens

DAY FR 1-9886

NITE FR 1-5989

2701 W. CAPITOL AVE.

West Sacramento, Calif.

J. H. MENDENHALL

SHEET METAL, INC.

INDUSTRIAL AND AGRICULTURAL

SHEET METAL WORK A SPECIALTY

Frontier 2-3641 - Res.: Frontier 1-1709

ROUTE I, BOX 29

321 NORTH TWELFTH STREET

WEST SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA

A. W. SWEET & CO.

Plumbing and Heating Contractors

"For Service All that the Name Implies"

SWEET SATISFACTION

Dial WA 5-1497 or IV 9-1460

NOW - 279 ARDEN WAY

NORTH SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA


April - May, 195 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 29

By WALTER SEYMOUR

Member, Detroit Bar Association

A traffic ticket rattles around in a man's

hand. He gets more worked up about it

than if he'd shot his wife in the stomach.

The violator who walks into your office

with an earned $5.00 ticket, to demand

that something be done, is more difficult

to deal with than a client who has been

slightly sued. He's going to take up a lot

of time you can't bill him for, due to the

microscopic nature of the transaction. And

there isn't much you can do for him anyway

except hold his hand and sympathize

with him in his sorrow.

The guy's got that please-pass-the-revol -

vers attitude, and sings a song that sounds

like the 3rd strain from Hernia. The officer

said he did it when he didn't do it. His

wife was in the car, and she says he didn't

do it either, and will so testify. He displays

a passion for detail about circumstances

surrounding the alleged violation,

together with a description of the way he

drives, has always driven and did drive on

this occasion, plus the way other people

were driving all around him, frequently

going off into tangents about previous

violations he was accused of, their outcome

and disposition, mostly unsatisfactory,

and "he's not going to let them get

away with it this time." So help him

Hannah.

STARTS CRUSADE

A ticket seems to generate within his

soul the immediate desire to crusade for

intelligent enforcement of all traffic laws.

George Afade Motor Co.

COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE

TOWING - 24-HOUR SERVICE

BRowning 6-5606 - LUcerne 1-1154

16265 EAST FOURTEENTH STREET

SAN LEANDRO CALIFORNIA

SPORTS & GAMES. INC.

ALL SPORTS EQUIPMENT

JUNIOR BASEBALL HEADQUARTERS

Phone YE 5-1017

1604 LOCUST STREET

WALNUT CREEK CALIFORNIA

A BARGAIN AWAITS YOU AT

PALMER'S DRUG STORE

Saga of the Traffic Ticket

He is the eager messiah. You become, by

his special dispensation, a one-man grievance

committee. Together the twain will

reform existing regulations in the police

department and re-codify the ordinance.

Not only that, but, with his enlightened

advice and help, it'll be just like shooting

a fish in a bathtub.

In the old days you might have helped.

You'd pick up the phone, call the judge,

tell him you had a guy in your office that

had been good to his mother all his life,

had never received a previous ticket, who

was insulted by the officer, charged with

a questionable, borderline violation, the

total importance of which was nothing,

and that this man insists on taking a day

off from work and hiring you as his attorney

to take up a lot of the judge's time in

court, and that all in all for the common

benefit the whole thing should be forgotten,

adding a few judicious expressions

about votes and elections. Oh yes, the old

days. A lot of water has flowed under your

bridge since then.

For the benefit of the brothers who

haven't the time or inclination to read

further, we can offer some quick, practical

advice. You want to make the client happy,

PETROLEUM

TANK

LINE

George Gray

Telephone..

FRONTIER 1-5211; 1-5212

SACRAMENTO

CALIFORNIA

P. 0. Box 577

West Sacramento, Calif.

Safety" Is Our

Watch-Word!

don't you? OK. Just say to him, "Look,

Joe, leave this thing here with me and

forget it." You shake hands, he goes out,

you put it in the mail with a $5.00 bill.

In this way you save approximately $25.00,

figuring the time involved in chewing up

a bunch of language about the ticket, the

net result of which would only have been

a recommendation that he pay the thing.

The alternative? Ordinarily we advise

just sitting it out. And sympathy. Lots of

sympathy. Don't try to justify the issuance

DARKEN WALD

CONSTRUCTION

CO., INC.

General Contractors

IV 9-3653

2131 FULTON AVE.

Sacramento, Calif.

PACIFIC METAL AWNING CO.

Manufacturers of

FLEXALUM AWNINGS

RYLOCK ALUMINUM SCREEN DOORS

AND SCREENS

PRE-KUT ORNAMENTAL IRON

Telephones: MI 6-9345, HI 6-3764

5050 PERRY AVE., off STOCKTON BLVD.

SACRAMENTO CCALIFORNIA

Telephone MO 2.4637

WEAVER TRACTOR CO.

FARMING • LOGGING • CONTRACTING

926 B STREET I always! EQUIPMENT • CATERPILLAR

JOHN DEERE

HAYWARD CALIFORNIA

SACRAMENTO & WOODLAND CALIFORNIA

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Imperial Beverage

Company

Distributors

Heidelberg-Blatz-Goebel

and White Rock Beverages

JOE DA PRATO, Manager

Telephone FRontier 1-7116

P. 0. Box 25

West Sacramento, Calif.

JERRY DOWER

Cocktails - Breakfast - Luncheon

Dinner

On and Off Sale Liquors

Telephone Sherwood 2-9862

315 SUMNER STREET

YUBA CITY, CALIF.

BREMER HARDWARE, INC.

IMPLEMENTS - SPORTING GOODS

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES - PLUMBING

Phone SH 3-6514

546 SECOND STREET

GRIDLEY & YUBA CITY CALIFORNIA

HOTEL MARYSYILLE

AIR CONDITIONED THROUGHOUT

Convenient Downtown Location

FREE PARKING

Every Convenience for the Traveling Public

DINING ROOM - COCKTAIL LOUNGE

MARYSVILLE CALIFORNIA

Pepsi - Cola Bottling Company

OF YUBA CITY

THE LIGHT REFRESHMENT!

Telephone SH 3-9205

750 SUTTER STREET

YUBA CITY CALIFORNIA

CHILES & FIELD OIL CO.

Distributors for

NORWALK GASOLINE and LUBRICANTS

MACMILLAN OILS and LUBRICANTS

POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL

of the ticket. Tell him he's been wronged.

Agree with him. Say to him that the facts

as presented by him show clearly that there

was no violation. Of the police officer who

issued the summons you can simply say,

"How stupid can you get?" The man was

there. He knows what happened doesn't

he? All right. You're sitting there nodding,

holding his hand in sorrow over the injustice

of it all. Good. Now we come to

the meat of the thing, the reason for his

entre, so to speak. He wants the ticket

dismissed. The unseen handle up in the

sky is supposed to be pulled, by you, his

attorney.

Don't alarm the man by saying right

off that nothing can be done. You've got

to let him down easy. So your face is full

of maybe. By no two-way stretch of the

imagination should he be allowed to feel

that the mission can be accomplished, understand.

But don't come right out and

say that if you could get him out of this

it would be the most sensational thing

that's happened since Dr. Dafoe held up

a hand instead of a finger to Mr. Dionne.

You've got to time yourself, first by letting

him know that it's improbable, then unlikely,

then impossible. Finally like unscrewing

the inscrutable. Mix in a little

Pei, se, personna non grata and ipso facto

if he seems intelligent.

IT'S THE PRINCIPLE

We haven't discussed the little matter

of the fee. We aren't going to let you

down easy. Right here we're going to let

you have it. There ain't going to be any.

He has already told you that he don't care

what it costs, but you can take that with

a dose of salts. He has said too, that "it

isn't the $5.00, you know, it's the principle

of the thing." $5.00 means no more

to him than an arm or an eye. The quickest

way of all to get rid of him would be

to tell him you will have to charge him

$50.00 to represent him in court. Don't

do it. The loss of a client who may be

getting a divorce or calling you from the

jailhouse next week is serious.

Now, why is it that the ordinary traffic

ticket can be such a mad and marvelous

thing? The answer is, that outside of sending

a check whereby you not only pay

through the nose but automatically admit

guilt, the only thing you can do is appear

in court on the court date. The officer has

GEO. BEALE ENTERPRISES

SUPER MARKET • MEATS

Hardware and Variety Store

RENDEZVOUS CAFE

P. 0. BOX 547

YUBA CITY CALIFORNIA BRODERICK CALIFORNIA

April- May, 1957

John S. Hocking

Logging

Phone 631

61 HOCKING

PLACERVILLE, CALIF.

WOODLAND

TRACTOR COMPANY

SALES AND SERVICE

Ford Tractor

Dearborn Farm Equipment

Phone MO 2-5669

WEST MAIN STREET

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA

WOODLAND TRANSIT CONCRETE

KING LINDALE

ROBERT McCOY • TOM McCOY

Phone MO 2-6765

KENTUCKY ROAD AVENUE

At the Railroad

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA

HOOVER TRACTOR AND

ENGINE CO.

LINCOLN WELDERS AND ROD

GENERAL MOTORS DIESELS

A-C AND GM SALES AND SERVICE

GUY L. HOOVER

MO 2-2864 Res. 2-9069

BOX 726 KNIGHTS LANDING HIGHWAY

WOODLAND

CALIFORNIA

FRENCHYS LIQUOR SHOP

George L. Carrere, Prop.

SPORTSMEN'S HEADQUARTERS

Bar Accessories Party Snacks

Imported and Domestic Liquor • Beer

WINES AND CORDIALS

The Place With the Parking Place

FREE DELIVERY

909 EAST STREET

WOODLAND

CALIFORNIA

WOODLAND TITLE GUARANTY

COMPANY

H. I. SHEARER, President

Phone MOhawk 2-5439

834 Jefferson Blvd. - West Sacramento

519 MAIN STREET

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA

TRACY MOTOR CO.

FORD - SALES AND SERVICE

A good Place to Know— A Better Place to Go!

Telephone MO 2-2849

346 MAIN STREET

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA


April -May, 195 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 31

Jay Bailey

Construction Co.

BOX 127

Woodland, Calif.

Woodland Florist and Nursery

Ernest and Bea Manhart

FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS

Phone MOhawk 2-2843

115 WALNUT STREET

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA

VAUGHAN MANUFACTURING

COMPANY, INC.

Don Vaughan and Tom Gorman, Proprietors

General Machine Work • Almond Equipment

HYDRAULICS

Phone MO 2-8669

433 COMMUNITY LANE

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA

WARFORD'S AUTO SALES

LEONARD WARFORD, Owner

LATE MODEL USED CARS

USED PARTS • USED TIRES

Phone MO 2-7661 - MO 2-8579

1240 EAST MAIN

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA

CHICKEN IN THE BASKET OUR SPECIALTY

PEGGY'S KITCHEN

HARRY AND ESTHER EATON, Props.

BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNERS

Good Coffee • Home Made Pies • Choice Steaks

Telephone MOhawk 2-9913

KNIGHTS LANDING HIGHWAY

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA

BRADSON

"International Tractors & Farm Machinery"

Phone MO 2.7373

told you to tell it to the judge. You can

have a fair and impartial trial. All you

lose, of course, is a day's work, and the

punishment for that is three or four times

the value of the ticket. Aye, there's the

rub. You don't have to be a keen student

of the dollar to figure it out. This creates

that frustrating and hopeless feeling in

the defendant's soul.

Another thing. If he goes to court he

knows in his heart that the odds out of

one hundred of winning the case could

be counted on the fingers of a careless sawmill

hand. His mind tells him he is going

to be found not guilty, but his heart tells

him differently. He hasn't heard from his

liver. The last time we checked, the percentage

of convictions for the entire State

of traffic arrests was 97.4 per cent. That

was years ago. We haven't bothered to

inquire again. A generous sample can be

obtained by listening to a group of traffic

cases being tried anywhere. How often

does the judge turn to the officer and tell

him he made a mistake? "The man wasn't

speeding, officer. He says so himself."

"You must be colorblind, officer. I don't

believe the light was red." Then the little

fairy prince tapped her on the shoulder

and said, "Shall we dance?"

SELDOM WRONG

Why is the defendant found guilty?

Frankly, because he should be. That's a

shocking and arbitrary answer, but true.

There are exceptional cases where the

traffic cop is wrong, there will be and continue

to be illegal tickets issued, but we

can't soak up your valuable time discussing

rare instances. Let's stick to the general.

The misdemeanor has been witnessed, not

only by an eyewitness, but a trained eyewitness

who is fulfilling the duty of a

public servant. When your client says to

you, "The judge won't take my word, he'll

take the police officer's word," he has indeed

said a mouthful.

We come now to that expressive connotation,

the "speed trap." A speed trap

is any small community where the motor-

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460 NORTH EAST STREET

MOhawk 2-41I5

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Telephone MOhawk 2-6375

"Tops in Field Equipment"

124 WALNUT STREET

P. 0. BOX 209

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA WOODLAND CALIFORNIA

BOWLER'S MODERN FURNITURE

DU 8-0883

1052 HIGHWAY 101

at Mill Valley Overpass

MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA

FORSYTH REALTY

RESIDENTIAL HOMES

BUSINESS PROPERTIES

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

DU 8-5772

90 EAST BLITHEDALE AVENUE

MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA

HOCKETT-FINN

INSURANCE AGENCY

DUnlap 8-3285

11 THROCKMORTON AVENUE

MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA

P' JyftI CHERNE141

1)4 242a Tamolpois Jun Pun

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DUnlop 8-6553

I IIiIJ4I

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Restaurant

—A "Ron-D-Voo" of The Elite—

Where Business and Professional Men

and Women Meet and Eat

UNIQUE-COZY

COMFORTABLE

Featuring

Char-Broiled Steaks-Chops-Fish

Private Banquet Room Available

Telephone DU 8-0741

15 THROCKMORTON

MILL VALLEY, CALIF.

Bob Anderson's

Richfield Service

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PLUS

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TIRES - ACCESSORIES, ETC.

789 REDWOOD HIGHWAY

MILL VALLEY, CALIF.


Page 32 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL April -May, 1957

Jules DeBeaubien

PONTIAC COMPANY

Tel. 8-6112

374 MILLER AVE.

PONTIAC

SALES &

SERVICE

MILL VALLEY, CALIF.

The Quality One-Stop

Food Center -

MEATS - GROCERIES - LIQUORS

"Where Personality

Predominates in Service"

JOLLY Stores, Inc.

KENTFIELD - MILL VALLEY

R & R Motors

DODGE PLYMOUTH

Sales and Service

Business Phone: DUnlap 8-7022

352 MILLER AVENUE

MILL VALLEY, CALIF.

CRYSTAL FREEZER

Ice Cream - Farm Fresh Eggs - Frozen Foods

Quantity Discounts to Freezer Owners

One half Gallon ice Cream - 84c

10 half Gallons - 74c ea.

Ice Cream Bars for Kiddies 50c per dozen

VERN DAHLQUIST

Phone 2760

1230 MENDOCINO AVENUE

Across from High School

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

NOVELLIS RADIO & TV

Distributor of

PHILCO AND TRAVELER

SALES - SERVICE

H. F. STRAUB, Owner

Phone 4461

409 THIRD STREET

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

ist receives a traffic ticket. You don't ever

hear of big cities like Detroit being speed

traps. It's the cross-roads village, always.

The delightful defense, which in the mind

of the defendant seems to bind the case

with hoops of steel, is that he was "just

going along with traffic." This is sometimes

varied by the equally entrancing

legalistic hypothesis that the officer was

hiding behind a billboard. The latter is

fascinating because it's the story of America.

Everybody should be given a sporting

chance, even when violating the law,

and if the weather eye in the rear view

mirror reveals nothing, our man has been

euchered out of the square deal. It's like

a body blow below the motorist's belt.

DIFFERENT TERM

The police do not call this sort of thing

hiding around the corner, they call it "offstreet

observation," but whatever they call

it, the traffic ticket addict compares it

favorably with the secret police of red

Russia.

Other "defenses," the total of which

mean nothing but are bothersome and

time consuming to explain, are the following;

the defendant wasn't hurting nobody;

he didn't have a thing to drink; he didn't

do it deliberately; he has a good traffic

record; this is his first ticket; the policeman

wasn't wearing a coat; his car wasn't

identified with "police" in big letters;

the policeman misspelled one letter of his

name ("and if he made one mistake, he

could make another, couldn't he, Counsel?");

the signs were hidden by trees; he

didn't see the sign; the community is trying

to raise revenue to build a new city

hail; the cop was "hard up for a ticket"

because he "hadn't filled his quota for

the day;" and then again, repeat, the

defendant wasn't hurting nobody.

The above repeated phrase strikes right

at the heart of the traffic ticket problem.

What puzzles so many defendants is why

they can't make their own laws. If there's

no traffic on the street and it's 3 in the

morning, why in the world shouldn't he

be allowed to go 10 or 15 miles over the

limit? If he rolls up to a stop sign and

there's nothing within a block in either

direction, why should the wheels of his

Chevy cease their motion, when he can

safely shift gears and mosey on across?

What if the light did change to red before

he completed the crossing? Crosstraffic

didn't have time to start up yet?

There was no possible danger of harming

anyone.

LAWS IMPORTANT

The conclusion is, the traffic misdemeanor

is technical by nature, almost in

every case. Traffic laws are by their very

nature arbitrary laws. You don't have to

be a hazard on the street to deserve a

ticket, you don't have to have an accident

Phone 2862

Santa Rosa Savings

and

Loan Association

Since 1888

INSURED SAVINGS

HOME LOANS

835 FOURTH STREET

SANTA ROSA, CALIF.

Everything for Boating"

the boat shop

HORACE & DORIS GRIFFITH,

Owners

Telephone 5359-W

80 SEBASTOPOL ROAD

SANTA ROSA, CALIF.

LONDONSIDE

CABINS • BAR • CAFE

SWIMMING • DANCING

Sylvia DeChene, Owner

Phone: WEbster 8.9949

4700 WARM SPRINGS ROAD

GLEN ELLEN CALIFORNIA

BEST WISHES

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BERGLUND TRACTOR AND

EQUIPMENT CO.

Business Phone 8440

410 THIRD STREET

SANTA ROSA, NAPA AND WILLITS

CALIFORNIA

Laundrette—on Fourth Street

Santa Rosa's Largest and Most Complete

"You'll Enjoy Doing It Here!"

852 FOURTH STREET

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

THE GOOD SPOT

Cockfails.

HAMBURGERS -. HOME MADE CHILI

DRAUGHT BEER - WINE

Eddie & Helen Maitz

Phone 9732

1410 SEBASTOPOL ROAD

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA


April -May, 1957 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 33

or come close to one. You've been stopped

only on a technicality. That's what most

people find it so hard to understand. The

client says, "I wasn't driving reckless."

Your ready answer should be, 'You are

not charged with reckless driving, my

good fellow."

Traffic laws are important. They must

be enforced. The enforcement should be

rigorous and uniform. Otherwise they'll

be shoveling the bodies into trucks instead

of picking them up one at a time in

an ambulance. The public can't be allowed

when and where to comply with a law and

when to ignore it. There are many drivers

who aren't equal to such an occasion. All

drivers should be able to drive on the

theory that all other drivers are going to

do the correct thing. We must be able to

rely on compliance with the laws by everybody

else on the street. Should enforcement

cease, traffic would be a terrible mess.

Even good drivers would slip into careless

ways.

So while you sit there listening to his

tale of woe, rolling you eyeballs toward

the ceiling, and occasionally looking at the

inside of your eyelids as though immersed

in deep thought, keep in mind that the

common traffic ticket, like the common

cold, is a necessary evil and one about

which little can be done.

—Traffic Digest and Review

Phone 2128

DONS LUMBER YARD

All Kinds of Lumber for All Purposes

Quality at the Right Price

PLUMBING • ROOFING

DOORS • WINDOWS

SEBASTOPOL AND ROBERTS AVENUE

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

Phone 3020

OLSEN CONSTRUCTION CO.

Builder "In the Redwood Empire Since 1922"

Home of "SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION"

125 BROOKWOOD AVENUE

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

RAPP, CHRISTENSEN & FOSTER

GENERAL CONTRACTORS

We Specialize in Commercial, Public and

Industrial Buildings

Underground Construction and Excavating

Equipment Rentals

705 BENNETT AVENUE Telephone 1492

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

NILES MOTOR COMPANY

BUICK SALES AND SERVICE

Our 20th Year in Sonoma County

965 SANTA ROSA AVENUE

SANTA ROSA & PETALUMA

CALIFORNIA

HE'S YOUNGER, TOO, than Sausalito's Police

Chief Mountanos. He's Chief of Police

Leroy B. Cunningham of Ceres, California,

and is 28 years old. He has a young department,

the ages of the sergeant and four

patrolmen ranging from 22 to 34 years.

Phone 194

MARK HAINES WELDING

Wesley Temple, Owner

Iron and Steel • Light and Heavy Welding

Automatic Rebuilding for Tractor Parts

FIRST AND B STREETS

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

STEVENSON EQUIPMENT CO., Inc.

Since 1912

CONTRACTORS' HEAVY EQUIPMENT

HEADQUARTERS

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

Telephone 5350 J. J. Bussiere

KLEIN'S LIQUOR STORE

CHOICE WINES - LIQUORS AND CORDIALS

22 SANTA ROSA AVENUE

(Across From the Courthouse Plaza)

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATES

STORE

Headquarters of the Redwood Empire

AUTO, HOME AND RANCH SUPPLIES

432 FOURTH STREET

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

MILL'S PATIO

Jimmie and Dot Mills, Your Hosts

HOUSE OF BARBECUE

Dinners-4:30 to Midnight

Cocktails-2 P.M. to 2 A.M.

Phone 3481 CLOSED TUESDAYS

2755 MENDOCINO AVENUE

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

"GOOD OLD DAYS"

Depressed by the bumper-to bumper

blues, you might some day find yourself

wishing for the good old days when cars

were fewer and farther between. Don't

do it, advises the National Automobile

Club. Like most good old days, the good

old days of motoring just weren't very

good at all.

Suppose you did find yourself back in

the noisy nineties, clutching your money

in your wet little palm, and eager to buy

yourself one of those newfangled horseless

carriages. About all you could buy then

would be a steam carriage, which amounted

to an old buckboard with the shafts cut

off, four rubber-tired wheels, and a power

plant under the seat. And that power plant

seemed to have a strange propensity for

either soaking you with vapor from time

to time or blowing you higher than the

proverbial kite.

And the car you got would be little

more than a stripped-down chassis. If you

wanted a top, windshield, side curtains,

battery, or tires, you'd have to go out and

buy these on your own.

Then you were ready to go, almost, If

your trip was going to be more than 20

miles, you had to get out your tools, your

kit of spare parts, and your maps, and lay

your plans like an attacking general. Then

you put on your fur-lined overcoat, hauled

on your heavy woolen gloves, tight-fitting

rubber-lined cap, and oversize goggles.

Away you went, and so did most of the

loosely fitting parts of your new car. Junk

dealers followed you at a respectable distance

to pick up the bolts, bars, and broken

axles, that bounced right off.

If you wanted to warn that junk dealer

that you were about to stop, there were no

signals. A lot of the time there were no

brakes, so you just headed for the nearest

bank, tree, or other solid obstacle and

brought your journey to a crashing conclusion.

If a tire went flat, there was no demountable

rim, no spare. You just took

that tire off, repaired it, then blew it up

with a wheezy pump that got about one

pound of pressure to one hour of pumping.

Had enough? Probably. But don't forget

the charm of those flickering gasoline

headlights that hardly let you see where

you were going but did offer some feeble

warning to pedestrians and cows that you

were thundering towards them at your top

speed of fifteen miles per hour.

Back to those bumper-to-bumper blues?

Alameda, in Spanish, means a "grove

of poplars." The California State Automobile

Association states that the name first

appeared in a report of exploration made

by Sergeant Pedro Amador in 1795.


Page 34

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PETE MAFFEI—Realtor

608 MENDOCINO AVENUE

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

SANTA ROSA REALTY

ETHEL C. DUNN—Realtor

MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE

Homes • Ranches • Income Properties

ACREAGE - COMMERCIAL

INDUSTRIAL RENTALS

Telephone S. A. 7652

2658 MENDOCINO AVENUE

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

HARRY B. TREMBLEY

AUTO PARTS PLUS REAL SERVICE!

Telephone Santa Rosa 95

444 THIRD STREET

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

CHARLES A. CARNIGLIA

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE

Homes, Ranches and Business Property

Phone 671 or 6668

461 COLLEGE AVENUE at MENDOCINO

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

Ruth Cullen

RINCON NURSERY

ORNAMENTAL AND FLOWERING SHRUBS

Telephone 1988

4050 SONOMA HIGHWAY

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

M. J. PEDROTTI

Multiple Listing Realtor

HOMES - FARMS - INCOME

Phones 5505 or 8544

Residence Phone 5551-M

205 MONTGOMERY DRIVE

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

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Phone: Santa Rosa 6230

4934 SONOMA HIGHWAY

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

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SANTA ROSA

NAPA VALLEJO PETALUMA

POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL

DROP IN DEATHS

The American motorist in January

shifted the traffic death toll into reverse

for only the second time in the last two

years, according to the National Safety

Council.

Traffic deaths in the first month of 1957

dropped 3 per cent-2,860 as compared

with 2,950 in January last year. The Council

said October, 1956, was the only other

month in two years to show a death reduction,

although the December, 1956,

toll was unchanged from the previous

December. Travel figures for January are

not yet available, so the Council said it

could not relate the decrease to any change

in mileage.

Ned H. Dearborn, Council president,

said he is confident the "Back the Attack"

campaign launched by the Council in December

and still continuing is having a

favorable effect.

Although the January decrease was not

large, its geographical spread was interpreted

by the Council as minimizing the

effect of weather. Improvement was reported

in 26 of 45 reporting states. Two

states had no change, and only 17 reported

increases.

The decrease in January apparently came

chiefly in urban areas. Among 562 reporting

cities, deaths showed a sharp 15 per

cent drop, the Council said.

Of the 562 cities, 420 had perfect records

in January. Decreases in deaths were

reported by 118 cities. Only 85 cities had

more deaths than a year earlier.

In 1937 there were some 15 traffic

deaths per 100 million miles of travel.

Today there are 6.4 deaths per 100 million

miles, reports the California State

Automobile Association.

The average motorist pays $34 a year

in state gasoline taxes, according to the

California State Automobile Association.

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Trucking Co.

WE 8-4793

1761 DENMARK STREET

SONOMA, CALIF.

April - May, 1957

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Telephone Liberty 5-5130

(In Montgomery Village)

Santa Rosa

Petaluma - Ukiah

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S. GALL!, Prop.

Phone Tucker 3-9911

20 Miles North of San Francisco

HIGHWAY 101

IGNACIO, CALIFORNIA

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OF MARIN COUNTY

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WATER DISTRICT

834 VALLEJO AVENUE

Telephone TWinbrook 2-9022

NOVATO CALIFORNIA

THE PINK ELEPHANT

EE THE ELEPHANT IN PINK

WITHOUT A DRINK

On Your Vacation up the Russian River

MONTE RIO CALIFORNIA

BOB'S MARKET

MEAT-VEGETABLES-FRUITS-GROCERIES

Orean A. & Robert D. Warman

PHONE 9

MONTE RIO CALIFORNIA

HIGHWAY GARAGE

CHEVROLET

H. J. NORRBOM, Proprietor

Telephone: WEbster 8-2041

WEST NAPA STREET

SONOMA CALIFORNIA


April - May, 195 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 35

Sturgeons Mill, Inc.

VA 3-3519

2160 GREEN HILL ROAD

SEBASTOPOL, CALIF.

THE MART BUILDING

MARINCURE

Growth

- Services for Business - Studios for Personnel

FRED H. FIDLER

3030 BRIDGEWAY BOULEVARD

SAUSALITO CALIFORNIA

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P. 0. BOX 246

SAUSALITO CALIFORNIA

E. D. BULLARD COMPANY

Manufacturers and Distributors of

INDUSTRIAL SAFETY EQUIPMENT

Phone 1960

2680 BRIDGEWAY

SAUSALITO CALIFORNIA

SERVICE LUMBER COMPANY

Telephone 18 11 —P. 0. Box 18f,

Foot of Gate 5 Road - Marinhip

SAUSALITO CALIFORNIA

CASA MADRONE

DINING • LODGING

We Specialize in Draught Beer and Pizza!

MAURICE, Proprietor

Phone Sausalito 1841

166 BULKLEY

SAUSALITO CALIFORNIA

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SINCE 1887

675 BRIDGEWAY

SAUSAL1TO CALIFORNIA

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A third prize, three honorable mentions

and 25 commendations were won by San

Francisco art students in the 1957 nationwide

School Safety Poster Contest conducted

by the American Automobile Association.

The contest had a record-breaking

11,103 entries from the United States

and Canada.

The names of the top San Francisco

winners were announced by the California

State Automobile Association as follows:

Richard Cerruti, Balboa High School, a

third prize. Art instructor, Tryphon

Nichols.

Donald Lam and Jack Fong, Galileo

High School, and Kim Morgan, Luther

Burbank School, honorable mentions. Art

instructor at Galileo High is Nicolas

Vogulkin and at Luther Burbank School is

Arthur St. Peter.

Lam and Fong also took two commendations

and Morgan one commendation in

the contest.

Other commendation winners were:

Galileo High School—Julio Comavd ran,

Arnold Chung, Donald Lee, James C.

Morena and Teodora Coquilla (who won

three commendations).

Mission High School—Ewald Brever.

Presidio Jr. High—Lynn Moeskav, Bill

Hay, Sharon Quirk, Helen Laflarb, Patricia

Phipps, Michael D. Long and Kathleen

Connelly.

Herbert Hoover Jr. High - Patricia

Day, Eileen Delos and Art Elvin.

St. Anthony's School - John W.

Hickey.

St. James School—John Nady.

The traffic slogans illustrated by the

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young artists were "Be Extra Careful in

Bad Weather," "Help Your School Patrol"

and Drive Carefully, School's Open."

The contest is approved by the National

Education Association and is conducted by

the AAA to obtain designs for posters

graphically presenting specific traffic safety

rules, which are used for hallway and

classroom reminders to school children.

Each school year the CSAA furnishes

upwards or 300,000 of these posters and

other instruction material dealing with

traffic safety to more than 2,500 in central

and northern California and Nevada as a

public service.

A total of 66,875,000 motor vehicles,

with a wholesale value of $95,800,000,-

000,have been produced and sold in the

United States during the 10 years since

1947, reports the National Automobile

Club.

S I •

The weekly energy output of petroleum

in the United States has been estimated to

exceed 40 hours' work or 22 billion people.

That, according to the National Automobile

Club, is ten times the total population

of the world.

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Page 36

Crow-Garrick

Company

Welding Supplies

Distributor

LINDE AIR PRODUCTS

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ELECTRIC Co.

MI 3-9991

1885 No. Ventura Ave.

VENTURA, CALIF.

GARY CORE

DRILLING CO.

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Bakersfield, California

"Roxie's"

BELMONT CLEANERS & DYERS

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LONG BEACH CALIFORNIA

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POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL

BIG AUTO YEAR

The year 1956 has been a big one for

the American motorist, according to the

California State Automobile Association.

Major milestones were passed in virtually

every phase of motor transportation -

road building, safety, vehicle registration

and travel.

The single development that over-shadowed

all others in the motor world was

passage of the huge Federal highway bill.

Although no direct benefits were noticeable

during 1956, the $33 billion Federal program

will eventually provide a 41,000mile

system of interstate highways and

also make more funds available for the

improvement of many more thousands of

miles of state roads and city streets.

The AAA motorists' organization said

the only black mark on the 1956 record

was the increase in the number of highway

deaths. Final figures are not yet tabulated,

but it seems certain that a new high

of over 40,000 deaths will be recorded.

"On the other hand, a significant gain

was made in the growth of high school

driver and traffic education classes. For

the first time, student enrollment in classes

offering both classroom study and driver

training exceeded 500,000 during the

1955-56 school year. This is a major step

forward because studies prove that complete

driver education courses can reduce

accidents and traffic violations by as much

as 50 per cent for those taking the Course,"

the CSAA said.

Two record marks of near astronomical

proportions were established in vehicle

registrations and miles traveled in the

United States during the past year. The

total number of cars, trucks and buses now

on American streets and highways passed

the 65,000,000 point late in the year, and

it is estimated that these vehicles rolled

up over 600 billion miles. The previous

high mileage figure was achieved in 1955,

when Americans drove 583 billion miles.

The CSAA also pointed out that recreational

travel by automobile also continued

to spiral upward. More than 80,000,000

Americans, roughly half the population,

took at least one vacation trip during the

year. About 85 per cent of these trips

were made by car.

"What did you bid no trumps on."

"If you must know, one jack, two

queens and four gins."

DWIGHT BREINER

American Baptist Publication

Society

"MASONIC BIBLES"

352 SOUTH SPRING STREET

LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA

April - May, 1957

Chase, Rotchford,

Downen & Drukker

Attorneys at Law

411 WEST FIFTH STREET

SUITE 910

Los ANGELES 13, CALIF.

Capri Sportswear

Only the Finest

1048 S. Los ANGELES ST.

LOS ANGELES, CALIF.

Roy Jameson & Son

Contract Carriers

225 SECOND STREET

PETALUMA, CALIFORNIA

1938 EAST VERNON

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

Ray Schneyer Transportation Co.

AN 9-0555

4344 SHELIA STREET

LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA

FRED L. LESTOE CO.

Representing Manufacturers in California

712 OLIVE STREET

LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA


April - May, 195 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 37

SEX DEVIATION AND CRIME!

Predicating his article on the contention that sexual deviates present an ever perplexing problem to law enforcement

officers, Alan Canty, executive director of the Psychopathic Clinic of the Recorder's Court in Detroit, makes several pertinent

observations for the benefit of police departments the country over. Describing the various forms that sex deviation

takes, Mr Canty, in The Police Chief, gives this advice: "As a law enforcement officer, you do not round up all known pickpockets

when you are investigating a safe robbery . . . (so) when investigating a sadistic rape or murder concentrate your

fire. Don't waste time bringing in all known homosexuals or exhibitionists. If the investigation leads nowhere, those people

can be brought in later." His article, in full:

Sex crimes and sexual criminals are a

problem to all of us in the field of law

enforcement. Following one well-publicized

sex crime, the citizen is alarmed,

frightened and aroused. He has a desire

for protection and, in some cases, for

revenge.

When the public is aroused, more offenses

are reported and the citizen's apprehension

is further reflected by his

alertness to suspicious persons or circumstances

which he considers threatening

in the sexual area. This means more arrests,

more investigations, the classification

of suspects as to their possible involvement

in the case under investigation, or

the realization that there is no evidence to

connect the suspect with this particular

crime.

NEED SPECIALISTS

Whenever a vicious sex crime occurs,

perhaps the rape and murder of a little

girl, hundreds of suspects may be brought

in for study. All known sex deviates in

your area are certain to come under investigation.

You are then faced with the

problem of deciding which of your suspects,

though not involved in the crime

under investigation, might nevertheless be

reacting to dangerous symptons or might

well be considered suspects in other unsolved

sex crimes.

In this situation, the police investigator

feels insecure and welcomes the advice and

assistance of the skilled psychologist or

psychiatrist, particularly if this specialist

in the field of human behavior has had

experience in working with criminal of-

BEL VISTA

Convalescent Hospital

HILARY E. POYATTO

HEMLOCK 4-0167 AND 4-0168

5001 E. ANAHEIM

LONG BEACH, CALIF.

fenders. Fortunate indeed is the police

department which has ready access to consultants

of this type.

In the city of Detroit, the writer, as

director of the Psychiatric Clinic of the

Recorder's Court, has had occasion to

study convicted criminal offenders during

the past 36 years in collaboration with a

staff of psychiatrists and clinical psychologists.

Since the ten judges in this court

have the responsibility for trying cases involving

all criminal offenses committed

in the city of Detroit, all types of criminal

offenders may be referred to the clinic by

the trial judge interested in the clinic's

advisory services.

SEX OFFENDERS

In the average year, the clinic studies

over 2,500 convicted criminal offenders.

About 500 of these, or approximately 30

per cent, are sex offenders. Each subject

is studied physically, psychiatrically, psychologically

and sociologically for a period

of five hours. This 2,500 hours each year,

devoted to the study of sexually maladjusted

criminal offenders, has given us

some understanding of sexual problems in

their relationship to crime. As a result, we

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have found it possible, in some cases, to

offer helpful advice to our associates in

the field of law enforcement.

SPECIAL COURSES

The desire for such assistance was first

brought to the writer's attention 21 years

ago when he was asked to discuss sex offenders

before a class of student patrolmen

and policewomen in the Detroit Police

Academy. Since that time, every class

of trainees has been given this instruction.

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Page 38 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL April - May, 1957

Carew& English,

Inc.

Funeral Directors

Lao J. CAREW, JR., President

CHAPELS

MASONIC AT

GOLDEN GATE AVE.

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.

FILLMORE 6-2414

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710 YORK

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

SOUTHER WAREHOUSE

COMPANY

CAR UNLOADING & WAREHOUSING

1006 NORTH POINT STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

PARAMOUNT OPTICAL CO.

YUkon 2-4255

240 STOCKTON STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

A SALUTE TO THE POLICE AND

PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL

FROM A FRIEND

PAUL G. De ALVA

& ASSOCIATES

260 KEARNY STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

SCHIRMER STEVEDORING

CO., LTD.

55 SACRAMENTO STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

This material has been analyzed in more

detail as a part of the Detroit Police Department

in-service training programs and

in special courses for police officers developed

by Wayne State University.

While working with these law enforcement

officers, we have learned something

about their problems; they, in turn, have

acquired valuable knowledge in the area

of human behavior. Today there is a very

close working relationship between these

two units of our city government, the

Psychopathic Clinic of the Recorder's

Court and the Detroit Police Department.

This relationship is based on our mutual

interest in a common problem—the protection

of the citizens in our community

from the offenses committed by the sexually

deviated criminal.

It is not within the scope of this paper

to discuss sexual maladjustment in all its

possible criminal ramifications. You will

realize that over the years we had occasion

to study individuals who were expressing

their sexual maladjustment by committing

every conceivable kind of unsocial and

antisocial criminal sexual act. A few of the

sex offenders of particular interest to the

law enforcement officer will be considered

briefly.

MARK OF SADIST

From time to time, law enforcement

officers in every community are called upon

to investigate the rape and brutal assault

of a woman or a young girl. There may

be evidence of strangulation, or perhaps

knife wounds, skull fractures or other indications

of violence are observed. Not

uncommonly, the victim has met the result

of such mistreatment. This behavior is the

hallmark of the sadist.

A sadist is an individual who experiences

sexual excitement or derives sexual

pleasure from hurting someone. If he becomes

sexually aroused because of the suffering

of his victim, or more particularly

if he finds it necessary to injure or torture

his victim in order to achieve sexual gratification,

he is a true sexual sadist. This

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PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT

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April - May, 1957 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 39

A. M. DEVINCENZI co.

DRAYING - FLOUR HAULING A SPECIALTY

Phone Mission 7-0260

1598 CARROLL AVENUE

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

DI SALVO TRUCKING CO.

CITY AND STATEWIDE SERVICE

GENERAL FREIGHT

Russ Di Salvo

LOS ANGELES

PRospect 6153

FIFTH & ALAMEDA

JERROLD & QUINT

VAlencia 4-6434

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

L. H. WINGETT

American Indemnity Co.

EXbrook 2-3276

400 MONTGOMERY STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

MAURICE L. ROSANO

GENERAL CONTRACTOR - BUILDER

595 GIRARD STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

Mission Prescription Pharmacy

598 GUERRERO STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

57 POWELL CLUB

57 POWELL STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

CAREW & ENGLISH

FUNERAL DIRECTORS

Established 1890

LEO J. CAREW, President

Telephone Fillmore 6-2414

Memorial Chapels

MASONIC AT GOLDEN GATE AVENUE

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

JOHN T. BEVANS—Typeseffer

532 SANSOME STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

deviate is by far the most dangerous of all

the sexual criminals with whom the law

enforcement officer must contend.

SEX INFERIORITY

Another very common sex offense is

that involving the male who has sex relations

with a girl below the statutory age.

This is, in some instances, merely a situation

where a young man is taking advantage

of an opportunity for sex relations

with a young girl who is herself cooperative.

At other times, we find the man who

is bored, jaded, surfeited with normal sex

activities, and who looks forward to a new

or unusual sex experience with a minor

girl.

In the majority of these cases, however,

we are dealing with a man who is reacting

to feelings of sexual inferiority. This is

the psychological condition referred to by

the Freudian psychologists and psychiatrists

as the castration complex. These castration

ideas or feelings of sexual inferiority

can develop for a number of reasons,

some of which will be discussed later. In

studying the cases of sex relations with

minor girls, we often find that the inferiority

feelings are related to some organic

defect of the sex organs. This may be a

feeling of misgiving as to the small size

of the penis or concern because of an undescended

testicle. Premature ejaculation,

with its attendant dissatisfaction on the

part of the sexually experienced female

and embarrassment on the part of the male,

can lead to similar feelings of inadequacy.

FEARS RIDICULE

Most important in this connection is the

fact that the sexually insecure male avoids

contact with sexually experienced adult

females in fear of embarrassment or because

he has been held up to ridicule as the

result of his organic or functional problem.

He then turns to young, sexually in -

experienced girls, feeling that they will

not detect his peculiarities or inadequacies.

In this case, he feels emotionally more

comfortable in his relationship with girls

CALIFORNIA STEVEDORE AND

BALLAST CO.

SAN FRANCISCO

160 FOLSOM STREET

JACK PHILES

AUTO WHOLESALE HOUSE

PR 5-1460

850 VAN NESS AVENUE

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

Ashley & McMullen

Funeral Directors

SK 1-8403

4200 Geary Blvd.

San Francisco, Calif.

NEIL H. PETERSON COMPANY

HEATING - VENTILATING

AIR CONDITIONING

Telephone JUniper 6-3751

1485 BAYSHORE BOULEVARD

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

CERCIAT FRENCH LAUNDRY

& DRY CLEANERS

317 EL CAMINO REAL - MILLBRAE

WA 1-4141

1025 McALLISTER

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

JAPANESE TEA GARDEN

IN

Beautiful Golden Gate Park

SAN FRANCISCO

PROSPERITY MARKET

JU 7-8137

199 GENNESSE STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

LOMBARD LIQUOR STORE

GR 4-4212

1418 LOMBARD

CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

THE SAN FRANCISCO

STEVEDORING CO.

35 BRANNAN STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA


Page 40 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL April -May, 1957

THE LETTER SHOP

67 BEALE STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

THE FRANCIS WOOD COMPANY

Industrial Engineers

465 CALIFORNIA STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

RAY RADLIFF

AUTO PAINTS • SUPPLIES

1005 FRANKLIN STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

Dorothy Filgafe Beauty Salon

1156 TAYLOR STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

LOMBARD LIQUOR STORE

1418 LOMBARD STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

Lynch Carrier Systems, Inc.

695 BRYANT STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

JOHN'S "FLYING A" SERVICE

JOHN BLACKBERN

Tires-Batteries - Washing & Polishing

SAFETY CHECK LUBRICATION

S & H GREEN STAMPS

SKyline 1-1656

4501 CALIFORNIA STREET

At Fifth Avenue

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

WOLFF & DOLAN

SKyline -6630

198 - 18TH AVENUE

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

of limited or no previous sexual experience.

Closely allied to this offense is the sexual

molestation of young girls, not involving

actual sexual intercourse or attempts

at intercourse. This is an offense committed

by the very old man who is impotent and

incapable of experiencing normal sexual

intercourse. His feelings of frustration

and embarrassment increase with each sexual

failure. He then engages in sex play

with very young girls, thus avoiding criticism

for his lack of adult sexual prowess

and entertaining the vain hope that his

impotence will accordingly disappear.

INDECENT EXPOSURE

The crime of indecent exposure, or exhibitionism,

leads all others in numerical

frequency. Nearly 20 per cent of the sex

crimes studied in the Recorder's Court

each year are cases of indecent exposure.

This offense is usually committed by the

young man with feelings of sexual insecurity

resulting from guilt feelings associated

with masturbation, an inability to

work out a satisfactory marital sexual adjustment,

or because of an organic sexual

problem such as those previously described.

These subjects are reacting to what is

virtually a neurotic compulsion to expose

their privates. In an attempt to compensate

for their inferiority feelings, they seek to

demonstrate—to prove—their masculinity

by the overt display of the privates. The

exhibitionist is not aware of how causeand-effect

is operating; he only knows that

periodically he feels these driving urges to

expose his privates. Psychologically, we

understand his exposure as his way of denying

or escaping' from his deep-seated

feelings of sexual inferiority.

HOMOSEXUALITY

Homosexuality is widely recognized today

as resulting from an inability to resolve

childhood emotional problems or as

developing through contact with older

homosexuals during childhood or early

adult life. Latent or mild homosexual

tendencies are present in large numbers of

people and manifest themselves in many

El Cielito Resort

"Little Heaven"

2 1/2 Miles South of Middletown

Phone 111-W

MIRABEL SPRINGS

Cocktail Lounge & Restaurant

Phone Middletown 38-Y-4

Scrappy & Lillian McNeece,

Owners

12 Miles North of Calistoga

4 Miles South of

MIDDLETOWN, CALIF.

RUPLEY BROS.

LOGGING CO.

Contract Logging

Timber Products

01

Camino, California

SOLDIER MT.

SAWMILL

BOX 548

Hayfork, California

F. WILLS

Contractor & Industrial

Concrete Co.

Excavating - Paving - Grading

To Rent:

Dump Trucks, Bulldozers

Cat Loaders, Rollers, Low-Bed,

Blades

For Sale: Asphalt Sand, Fill Dirt,

Fill Sand, Gravel, Loam

OAKLEY HIGHWAY

ANTIOCH, CALIF.


April - May, 1957

Jas. E. O'Connell

Co., Inc.

Apples & Apple

Products

.

Sebastopol, Calif.

0

Simonson Logging

Co.

REDWOOD

SMITH RIVER, CALIF.

Royal Hinkle

Lumber Hauling

Phone 781

525 WILTSEY AVENUE

RED BLUFF, CALIF.

POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL

short of overt sexual relationships.

The law enforcement officer is chiefly

concerned with the adult homosexual who

may be found accosting strangers in a public

place or who is engaged in an occupation

which furnishes opportunities for sexual

advances to children. These people are,

by and large, an unhappy group. They may

hide their emotional distress by displaying

a superficial facade of joviality and

contentment, but basically they are severely

discontented because of their maladjustment.

Our society is built around the home

and the desire for parenthood. The homosexual

cannot fit himself into this social

structure. Sometimes, in a desire to escape

from—or perhaps merely to hide—his

real desires, the homosexual retreats into

marriage. In some instances, he is able to

conceal his basic problem from his marital

partner for a period of time; but, in any

case, marriage proves to be no cure" for

his homosexuality.

(Continued in next issue)

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COMPANY

Grain - Cotton

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Growers - Shippers

Fancy Table Grapes

1409 Beverly Drive

Phone REDWOOD 2-0695

VISALIA, CALIF.

ELMCO

COLD STORAGE

COMPANY

California Pacific

Redwood Co., Inc.

ARCATA, CALIFORNIA

ORICK, CALIFORNIA

Baker Machinery

& Bulk Grain

Transportation

Ship by Truck

WILLOWS, CALIFORNIA


Page 42 POLICE AND ftACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL April - May, 1957

Ukiah Pine Lumber

Company

Manufacturers of

Douglas Fir

Ponderosa Pine

Sugar Pine

White Fir

POTTER VALLEY, CALIF.

INTO WIRTA

LOGGING CO

Contract Logging

GARBERVILLE, CALIF.

Richmond - Chase

Company

Main Office

817 THE ALAMEDA

Phone: CYpress 2=3032

P. 0. Box 1030

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA

HOLM TIMBER

INDUSTRIES

Douglas Fir

Redwood

1500 OCEAN WAY

GUALALA, CALIF.

LEO F. PIAZZA

Paving Company

Route 1, Box 800

DOWNER AVENUE NEAR

ALMADEN ROAD

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA

GEORGE LICO

TRUCKING CO.

Let George Do It"

P. 0. Box 135

SAN MARTIN, CALIF.

CAPUTO AND

CHAPMAN

BRICK AND STONE

CONTRACTORS

Phone EMerson 6-0783

164 ATHERWOOD

REDWOOD CITY, CALIF.

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 AVENUE

PACIFIC GROVE, CALIF.

ST 0 K ELY -

VAN CAMP,

INC.

General Offices

Indianapolis 6,

Indiana

Oakland Office

5625 East 14th St.

VILLAGE BOTTLE

SHOPS

Retail Package Liquor

Stores

Felton Shopping Center

SAN LEANDRO, CALIF.

PX Market

LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA

Hyampom Lumber

Co.

HYAMPOM

CALIFORNIA


April - May, 1957 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 43

Roe Picker Service

Cotton Picker Repairing

Portable Arc & Acetylene

Welding

"System, Speed, Service"

HANFORD, CALIF.

Sutro & Company

SINCE 1858

Investment Dealers and Brokers

Underwriters, Industrial Brokers

Members

New York Stock Exchange

EXbrook 2-0900

460 MONTGOMERY STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.

FINER GAS RANGES

O'Keefe and

Merritt Ranges

A Model for Every Home

Call Your Appliance Dealer

962 BATTERY STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.

SUN VALLEY

DAIRY

2240 SAN BRUNE AVE.

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.

Oregon - Nevada-

California Fast

Freight

675 BRANNAN STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.

PISANO

BROTHERS

General Contractors & Engineers

FRANK E. PISANO

Res. Phone AXminster 6-1950

ANTHONY F. P1SANO

Res. Phone CYpress 5-6593

NICHOLAS J . PISANO

Res. Phone AXminster 6-2680

P. 0. Box 182 - AXminster 6-5467

1800 De La Cruz Boulevard

SANTA CLARA, CALIF.

CARDOX

CORPORATION

Liquid CO2 and Dry Ice

151 NORTH AVENUE 19

LOS ANGELES, CALIF.

MATSON NAVIGATION CO.

Telephone DOuglas 2-5233

215 MARKET STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

SHELL OIL COMPANY

San Francisco, California

Al Scannavino

Trucking Company

General Freight

Hauling

Weather Proof Vans

Statewide Service

Bonded - insured

HO 3-4906

5463 CHEROKEE LANE

STOCKTON, CALIF.

COLOR-TONE REPRODUCTIONS

James A. McVey, President

SUtter 1-1556

—4

134 BATTERY STREET

SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA

GUILD, BASCOM and BONFIGLI

ADVERTISING

130 KEARNY STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

M. Lee

CALIFORNIA WATER &

TELEPHONE COMPANY

300 MONTGOMERY STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

GEORGE W. CASWELL CO.

Delicious Caswell Coffee Available

at Your Favorite Grocers

SUtter 1-6654

642 HARRISON STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA


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San Francisco

HILL CORPORATION

725 Second Street

San Francisco California

HAIG'S AUTO RECONSTRUCTION

Fender and Body Works

640 Golden Gate Ave. San Francisco, Calif.

CHARLES F. GILMORE

Tax and Management Consultant

Shreve Bldg., 210 Post Street San Francisco

CRANDALL-WRIGHT SALE CO.

82 Ringold Street

San Francisco California

N & T TERMITE COMPANY, Incorporated

Licensed Termite Operators

149 Gough St., Underhill 1-7213, San Francisco

SHIMA TRANSFER CO.

1734 Sutter Street

San Francisco California

SAM'S GRILL

374 Bush Street

San Francisco California

BRIZARD & YOUNG

72 Tehama Street

San Francisco California

INGERSOLL - RAND

350 Brannan Street

San Francisco California

EDWARD E. ETCHECOPAR

Commercial Gardener

2646 Clement Street San Francisco, Calif.

"A" AND "K" BODY AND FENDER SHOP

375 O'Farrell Street

San Francisco California

Compliments of

SS. PETER AND PAUL CHURCH

San Francisco California

PAUL G. de ALVA & ASSOCIATES

Property Insurance of All Kinds

260 Kearny St., EX. 2-0729 San Francisco

M. D. GREEN RICE MILLING COMPANY

149 California Street

San Francisco California

THE SUNNY SIDE TAVERN

135 Sixth Street

San Francisco California

THE AUNGER ARTIFICIAL LIMB CO.

1633 Market Street

San Francisco California

C. N. BATES - DRAYAGE

445 Fulton Street

San Francisco Lighting & Supply Co.

1 14 7 Howard Street

San Francisco California

Compliments of

JOHN R. UPTON

San Francisco California

GENERAL CABLE COMPANY

185 Industrial Avenue

San Francisco California

Compliments of

JOSEPH A. BROWN

San Francisco California

GEORGE A. KAAS—Mfrs. Representative

Paper Mills and Converters

420 Market Street San Francisco, Calif.

PARKER WATER HEATING SERVICE

741 Monterey Boulevard

San Francisco California

PIKE AND COMPANY

155 Sansome Street

San Francisco California

FAMBROUGH'S

3259 Pierce Street

San Francisco California

LOMBARD LIQUOR STORE

1418 Lombard Street

San Francisco California

BUYER'S GUIDE * * *

PATRONIZE

the

POLICE JOURNAL

ADVERTSERS

*

They are RELIABLE PEOPLE

They are FRIENDLY PEOPLE

Interested in

LAW ENFORCEMENT

FRANK'S LIQUOR STORE

859 Kearny Street

San Francisco California

GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY

Apparatus Sales Division

San Francisco California

BELL TYPEWRITER CO.

131 - Eighth Street UNderhill 3-2261

San Francisco California

MARK RODMAN—Effective Direct Mail

96 Jessie Street

San Francisco California

A - 1 DELICATESSEN

1430 Height Street

San Francisco California

La Grande and White's Dry Cleaning

250 Twelfth Street

San Francisco California

WESTERN LOOSE LEAF CO.

1045 Sansome Street

San Francisco California

ANSCO PHOTO SERVICE

640 Second Street

San Francisco California

HOUGHTELEN PAPER COMPANY

Paper - Twine

257 Natoma Street San Francisco, California

COURTESY BODY SHOP

4733 Geary Boulevard

San Francisco California

PROVIDENT FURNITURE—Bechier & Schwab

4614 Mission Street JU 5-7979

San Francisco California

AMERICAN JESUITS IN CHINA

San Francisco California

A & C UPHOLSTERY

3547 Twenty-Fourth Street

San Francisco California

NORMAN HUBBERT

Industrial Design - Store Fronts and Interiors

414 Jackson Street San Francisco, California

A. M. BLUMER—Fertilizers and Minerals

465 California Street

San Francisco California

PALACE - New Montgomery - GARAGE, Inc.

74 New Montgomery Street

San Francisco California

MENIDO CORPORATION—REAL ESTATE

24 California Street

San Francisco California

PINKERTON'S NATIONAL DETECTIVE

AGENCY

Monadnock Building, San Francisco, Calif.

"RUSSIAN LIFE" NEWSPAPER

2458 Sutter Street

San Francisco California

OLIVER'S SAN CARLO LIQUORS

"Buzz and Muriel"

1920 Irving Street San Francisco, California

SCANNELL BROS.—DRAYAGE

2599 Ingalls Street at Carroll Avenue

San Francisco

California

N. CHERNOFF CO.—HAIR GOODS

Room 208-150 Powell St,—EXbrook 2-4682

San Francisco

California

ANDREASSEN & COMPANY, INC.

205 DRUMM STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

MINNEAPOLIS-HONEYWELL

REGULATOR COMPANY

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

CONSTRUCTION AGGREGATES, INC.

503 MARKET STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

A. E. KNOWLES CORPORATION

3330 SAN BRUNO AVENUE

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

- WEST COAST WASHING MACHINE CO.

Maytag Washers and Ironers

487 Valencia Street San Francisco, Calif

GARARDEN'S CHURCH FURNISHERS

1026 Mission Street .- MArket 1-2185

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

CLYDE BENTLEY

CONSULTING ENGINEER

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

COMPLIMENTS OF THE

CONSULATE OF HAITI

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

Marshall-Newell Supply Company

SPEAR AND MISSION STREETS

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA -

ROYAL PARK CUSTOM TAILORS

175 O'FARRELL STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

TRAVENS EQUIPMENT RENTAL, INC.

717 DIVISADERO STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

WILLIAM H. ROSS—Industrial Equipment

24 California Street - EXbrook 2-4490

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY

251 SECOND STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

IVY'S HAIR SALON

1812 1/ Eddy Street

San Francisco, California

TRACY H. ALLEN PRINTING

440 Sansome Street

San Francisco, California

SIMONDS SAW AND STEEL CO.

228 First Street

San Francisco, California

CALIFORNIA BEER WHOLESALERS

ASSOCIATION, INC.

SAN FRANCISCO

VETERAN'S THRIFT SHOP

3372 MISSION STREET

SAN FRANCISCO

BUFFALO FORGE COMPANY

1415 MAPLE AVENUE

SAN FRANCISCO

WIENER & ROTHCHILD

2512 NORIEGA STREET

SAN FRANCISCO

MANDARIN FASHIONS

512 GRANT AVENUE

SAN FRANCISCO

GREGORY LENDARIS

WHOLESALE CITRUS FRUITS

SAN FRANCISCO

T. Z. SHIOTA—Oriental Objects of Art -

402 Sutter Street - Phone SUtter 1-6059

SAN FRANCISCO

H. V. CARTER COMPANY

52 BEALE STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA


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San Francisco Alameda Oakland

F. M. RAMOS—Wood Works

5731 Mission Street JUniper 5-5838

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

ASSOCIATION FILMS, INC.

799 STEVENSON STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

ST. GERMAIN & Co.

Real Estate - WAlnut 1-1236

2022 Chestnut Street - San Francisco, Calif.

THE LAUNDERETTE.

339 OCEAN AVENUE

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

A. E. Staley Manufacturing Company

NUMBER TWO PINE STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

LACROUTS FRENCH LAUNDRY

3359-26TH STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

CABALLEROS DE LIMA—ALANG, INC. -

443 BROADWAY

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

COBB'S BAIL BOND SERVICE

847 FILLMORE STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

DEANS AND HOMER

340 PINE STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

ARCADE BEAUTY SALON

760 MISSION STREET ROOM 262

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

VICTORIA MIRON - Clothing

1750 GEARY STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

HESS REPRODUCTION SERVICE

381 BUSH STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

THOMAS E. LUNDY

Public Accountant and Tax Consultant

503 Market Street - San Francisco, California

MAYNARD SUPPLY, INC.

371 FIFTH STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

JEFFERSON STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE

COMPANY

126 New Montgomery Street San Francisco

HOTEL DWAINE

242 Turk Street - OR 3-7642

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

STONESTOWN

MEDICAL-DENTAL ASSOCIATION

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

South San Francisco

JENNINGS PHARMACY

231 GRAND AVENUE - JU 8-7744

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO

LOUIS P. BALDINI - Architect

405 GRAND AVENUE JUno 8-4730

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

B. J. RODONDI & SONS

Complete Real Estate and Insurance Service

336 Grand Ave. - JU 8-3849 - So. San Francisco

SILVAS MOTORS

110 LINDEN - jU 8-7867

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

TED & ARCHIE'S GROCERY

615 LINDEN - JU 8-9990

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

MARIO VOLONTE

Authorized Dealer—D eSoto -Plymouth

616 Linden Ave. . JU 8-6797 -So. San Francisco

THE HUB

382 GRAND AVENUE - JU 8-7926

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

FERKO SHEET METAL WORKS

58 A STREET - JU 8.3045

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO

ENCINAL SERVICE

2268 ENCINAL AVENUE - LA 2.9673

ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA

L U C I L E ' S - For the Unusual in Flowers

2416 CENTRAL AVENUE - LA 2.0188

ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA

MARY'S COFFEE SHOP

HOMEMADE PIES AND CAKES

2410 Santa Clara Ave. - Alameda, California

LIL'S PANTRY

Burgers, Hot Dogs, Ice Cream, Cold Drinks,

1320 Oak Street - Alameda, California

S. C. ROPER - Richfield Service

Oak at Santa Clara - LA 3.9862

ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA

GRAND MARKET

1702 Lincoln Avenue - LA 2-9890

ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA

MARY LOU BEAUTY SALON

231 I-A Santa Clara Avenue — LA 2.4818

ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA

DR. G. A. DONATELLO, D.C.

"Your Family Chiropractor" - LA 3-3977

2214 Santa Clara Ave. - Alameda, California

JOHN B. HENRY

New and Used Cars Bought and Sold

1814 Park St. -LA 3-5206 - Alameda, Calif.

JUSTIN REALTY—Real Estate—Insurance

1526 PARK STREET— LAkehurst 2.3567

ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA

HOME TV & RADIO SERVICE

1631 PARK STREET - LA 3-4488

ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA

ALAMEDA MOTORS

Lincoln - Mercury - Harry Swanker, Owner

1825 Park Street - LA 2-4617 - Alameda, Calif,

KONIGSHOFER'S

Women's and Children's Wear

1343 Park Street - LA 2-1922 - Alameda, Calif.

Lloyd & Pete's "Flying A" Service

426 WEBSTER STREET - LA 2-9916

ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA

VEGAS SMOKE SHOP

1402 WEBSTER STREET

ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA

PAT'S SHOE REPAIR - Quick Service

1447 WEBSTER STREET - LA 2-1445

ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA

SAM WO LAUNDRY

2035 LINCOLN AVENUE

ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA

WILTON'S DRUGS

Prescription Pharmacists

1901 Encinal Ave. at Lafayette—Alameda, Calif

P. ROYAL HAULMAN—Contractor & Builder

1243-A Broadway - LAkehurst 2-3797

ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA

SPEEDY'S

Palace Fountain Lunch

1207 LINCOLN - ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA

MAAS & ARMSTRONG - Painting

1164 BROADWAY - LA 3-9242

ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA

Santa Cruz

VETTERLE & HOUGHTON

John Azevedo - Elwin J. Loofbourrow

GReenwood 5-1375 - SOQUEL, CALIF.

N I N 0 - Hair Stylist

2409 MISSION STREET

SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA

TWIN LAKES FARM MARKET

Phone GR 5-1911 - JIM LABATO, Prop.

2-1400 EAST CLIFF DRIVE - SANTA CRUZ

BILL'S BARBER SHOP

I Need Your Head in MY Business

6105 Foothill Blvd. . LO 9-4411 - Oakland, Calif.

CARRERE CURTAIN CLEANERS

1337 FIFTIETH AVENUE— KEllog 2.1830

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA

BLACK AND WHITE LIQUOR STORE

FREE DELIVERY - SW 8-3834

7431 MacArthur Blvd. - Oakland, California

PEG & JIMS - Fountain Lunch

7427 MacArthur Boulevard - LO 8.5976

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA

ULIANA NURSERY

Masut Bros., Props. - TR 2-1107

0263 MacArthur Blvd. - Oakland, California

JORY MOTORS

Oakland's Cleanest Used Cars - AN 1-8500

5201 E. 14th Street - Oakland, California

JAMES CLOCK MANUFACTURING CO.

Manufacturers of "James Remind -O.Clock"

5307 E. 14th Street - KE 2.7836 . Oakland, Calif.

MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.

405 FOURTEENTH STREET

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA

Yuba City

General Mills, Inc.—Farm Service Store

Feeds Farm Supplies - Seeds

320 A St. SH 3.9271 Yuba City, Calif.

ED WILSON PAINTING & DECORATING

Paints-Wallpaper-Glass-Venetian Blinds

454 Bridge St. SH 2.0752 Yuba City, Calif.

H OW ARD'S

Key, Lock, Saw Filing & Lawnmower Service

462 Bridge St. SH 2.1746 Yuba City, Calif.

SUTTER COUNTY TIRE SERVICE

Largest Stock, Finest Equipment in the County

511 Second St. SH 3-3109 Yuba City, Calif.

SUTTER MOTEL

A Home Away From Home"—SH 3-4345

34 Miles North of Yuba City on Highway 99E

EARL R. HUFFMASTER

Oldsmobile- Cadillac—SH 3-6575

226-228 Bridge Street Yuba City, California

GARDEN WAY NURSERY

Trees-Shrubs-Bedding Plants-Seeds and Pottery

2nd & Bridge Sts. SH 2.1558 Yuba City, Cal.

BEE HIVE MARKET

THE BIG ONE-STOP MARKET

301 Percy Ave. SH 2-1711 Yuba City, Calif.

WHEN IN LOW SPIRITS VISIT

DELUXE LIQUOR STORE

449 Bridge St. SH 2-0460 Yuba City, Calif.

CENTRAL MOTOR CO.—Nash Sales & Service

You Will Be Ahead With Nash" SH 2-6912

College & Bush Streets Yuba City, Calif.

EL RANCHERO RESTAURANT

Spanish Dishes—Enchiladas—Tortillas

440 Garden Hiway SH 2-7076 Yuba City

COOPER AVENUE LIQUOR STORE

Liquor-Wine-Beer - Phone 2-1241

938 Cooper Avenue Yuba City, Calif.

WILBUR A. BROWN

General Building Contractor - SH 2.4403

831 OLIVE STREET - YUBA CITY, CALIF.

EASTSIDE HARDWARE & BUILDING SUPPLY HOWARD CLEANERS

E. M. GIUBBINI —GA 3-7400 236 Bridge St. - SH 2-1046 - Yuba City, Calif.

1817 SOQUEL AVENUE - SANTA CRUZ 113 E. 12th St. - SH 3-4971 - Marysville, Calif.

KEEN FREEZE - Hamburger Headquarters

Biggest and Best Malts in Town!

291 Percy Avenue - Yuba City, California

STAR WELL DRILLING & PUMP COMPANY

Universal Pressure Systems & A. 0. Smith

Live Oak Highway SH 3.7890 Yuba City

MONTEREY AUTO SALES

Used Cars Bought, Sold & Traded

199 Lighthouse Ave. Phone 5-4901 Monterey


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Santa Rosa

EISENHOOD'S VILLAGE DELICATESSEN

Hot Foods to Take Out. Also Hot Snack Bar

2324 Montgomery Drive Santa Rosa, Calif.

PHIL ANDHAROLD'S BARBER SHOP

"Where It's a Pleasure to Serve You"

2310 Midway Drive, Tel, 2207-J Santa Rosa

THE VILLAGE PET SHOP

Veterinary Foods and Supplies—Unusual Pets

2308 Montgomery Drive Santa Rosa, Calif.

W I L L S 0 N ' S—Village Clothes Rack

MONTGOMERY VILLAGE

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

AL'S VILLAGE REPAIR SHOP

Chevrolet Specialists in Montgomery Village

2310 Claremont Drive Santa Rosa, California

VILLAGESIDE - REALTY

Personalized Service—William Jaynes

2410 Montgomery Drive Santa Rosa, Calif.

THRIFTY DRUGS—Bonded Prescription Service

727 Village Court—Montgomery Village

SANTA ROSA Tel. 1.0460 CALIF.

KRAFT BROS. BAKERIES

In Town and Country—The Dutch Girl

In Montgomery Village—Village Pastry Shop

SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA

UNZELMAN'S MOTEL—Member A.A.A.

One and One-Quarter Miles South of Santa Rosa

2245 Redwood Highway South, on U. S. 101

THE PICK-UP—Hamburger Kings . . . 19c

Corner Sonoma at Hahnan—Montgomery Village

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

HENDERSON'S PHARMACY

"The Village Druggist"—Phone 6071

2330 Montgomery Drive—Montgomery Village

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

LA ROSEA HOTEL

SANTA ROSA,

CALIFORNIA

ORCHARD INN

Sandwiches • Milk Shakes • Leer and Wines

4404 Redwood Highway North - SANTA ROSA

VILLAGE SHELL GARAG

Motor Rebuilding and Overhaul

2430 Sonoma Avenue Santa Rosa, California

SINGER SEWING CENTER

Headquarters for the Redwood Empire!

735 Fourth Street Santa Rosa, California

THE LITTLE DINER

A Good Place to Eat - Always!

408-A Mendocino Ave. Santa Rosa, California

GALLENKAMP'S

Shoes for the Family

480 Mendocino Avenue Santa Rosa, California

HOLLAND'S RED AND WHITE STATIONS

401 Main St., Petaluma-420 "B" St., Santa Rosa

1680 Mendocino, Santa Rosa

ROGERS EXPERT SHOE REPAIR SHOP

Quality Work—Reasonable Prices

At the Bus Station on "B" St. Santa Rosa

SANTA ROSA FURNITURE CO.

Where Good Furniture Is Not Expensive

Cor. 4th at "A" Sts. Phone 372 Santa Rosa

ACME WINDOW SHADE and VENETIAN

BLIND CO.

310 D St. Phone 1130-W Santa Rosa, Calif.

WALTER SCHEFER

PLUMBING AND HEATING

640 5th St. Phone 3922 Santa Rosa, Calif.

BALDI & SON - GROCERS

Groceries - Meats - Farm Supplies

4875 Sonoma Hi-ay, Rincon Valley, Santa Rosa

LAWSON'S CORNER COCKTAIL LOUNGE

Groceries, Beers & Wines—Filling Station

6001 Sonoma Hiway Santa Rosa, Calif.

UNZELMAN'S MOTEL

I 1/ Miles South of Santa Rosa on U. S.

Highway 101 - Santa Rosa, California

BUYER'S GUIDE * * *

T. V. SERICENTER

40 West College Aenue

Santa Rosa

California

HALL'S SPORTSMAN SHOP

55 MENDOCINO AVENUE - Telephone 1593

SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA

- PELISSIER MOTEL

1875 MENDOCINO AVENUE - Phone 8619

SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA

REED REALTY

Specialists in Sonoma County Properties

4344 Sonoma Highway - Santa Rosa, California

P. M. SCHMIDT AGENCY

INSURANCE - SURETY BONDS

375 "A" STREET - SANTA ROSA, CALIF.

BERNICE M. WILSON - Realtor

Town, Country and Income Properties

1619 FOURTH STREET - SANTA ROSA

OSTEN & NELLIGAN - Insurance Specialists

105 Montgomery Drive- Telephone 2490

Santa Rosa California

STUART'S SEWING MACHINE CENTER

New and Used Machines—Service and Parts

731 Fourth Street Santa Rosa, California

CHARLES C. WARREN - Realtor

Office Phone: 3065 Home Phone: 335-W

524 Fifth Street Santa Rosa, California

BEAL AND BEAL - Realtors

Real Estate - Insurance - Loans

589 Mendocino . Phones 1345.5503 . Santa Rosa

HOWARD RADIO SHOP—Hi-Fi TV Service

Tops in Service—All Makes

524 Sebastopol Road Phone 3763 Santa Rosa

WILLIAMS & O'NEIL

Real Estate Brokers - General Insurance

638 5th St. Phone 1916 Santa Rosa, Calif.

GIROLO'S PAINT STORE

Painter's Headquarters—Paints and Wallpaper

309 4th St., Phone S. R. 3603, Santa Rosa, Calif.

MARSH'S HANDY GROCERY

Convenience Plus Courtesy - Always!

884 SECOND STREET - SANTA ROSA

West Sacramento

BALDY'S CAFE—Real Home Style Meals

Women Cooks! - Tel. 1-4796

1701 W. Capitol Ave—West Sacramento, Calif.

FLAGSTONE MOTEL

Catering to Commercial Men and

Law Enforcement Officers! - GI 1-6461

1530W. Capitol Ave—West Sacramento, Calif.

TRAVELODGE MOTEL

8 1 West Capitol Avenue - Frontier 1-6983

WEST SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA

SILVEY'S MOTEL

1030 West Capitol Avenue - Frontier 1-4601

WEST SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA

WEST SACRAMENTO MARKET

Qualify--Meats—Groceries—Candies

109 Fifteenth Street—West Sacramento, Calif.

WEST SACRAMENTO PHARMACY

Prescription Druggists - FRontier 1-4091

1109 W. Capitol Ave.—West Sacramento, Calif.

TAHOE MOTEL

Mrs. Mae G. Blain, Mgr., Owner—FR 1.6033

1100 W. Capitol Ave,—West Sacramento, Calif.

ACTION TRAILER SALES, INC.

ROADCRAFT - America's Best—FR 1-6062

1401 W. Capitol Ave—West Sacramento, Calif.

CARGILL, INC. - Grains-Storage

FRONTIER 1.4051

WEST SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA

San Rafael

HIG'S CHAR -BROILER

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner—Steaks and Chops

101 Highway North San Rafael, Calif.

J. L. ROBINSON—TRAILER SALES

Largest Display in Mann County

2078 - 101 Hiway So, San Rafael, Calif.

SAN RAFAEL PLATING WORKS

High Grade Electro Plating—R. D. Dalton

724 Francisco Blvd. San Rafael, Calif.

MARCUS . .. CUSTOM UPHOLSTERING

Marcus W. Took—Phone GL, 4-0670

726 Francisco Blvd. ISan Rafael, California

U. S. SOFT WATER SERVICE

Tom Mirabito - Bob Vance, Owners

724-A Francisco Blvd. San Rafael, California

AAERO HEATING & SHEET METAL, INC.

Telephone Bus. GL 3-1555 - Res. GL 4-5373

805 Francisco Boulevard San Rafael, Calif.

SAN RAFAEL SERVICE STATION

E. F. Monti - W. Canessa - GL 3-9998

4th and Irwin Sts, San Rafael, California

E. H. SELTNER COMPANY

Restaurant and Bar Supply—Tel. GL 4-8060

3 LrveII & Irwin Sts, San Rafael, Calif.

EDWARDS AND FRAME

Automotive Repairing—GL 4-1410

815 Third Street San Rafael, Calif.

FRANK T. PERACHIOTTI REALTY

Two Offices to Serve You

01 Hiway & Grant Ave. 509 4th St., San Rafael

JIMMY AND VAN'S ASSOCIATED SERVICE

Dodge, Plymouth - Prompt, Satisfactory Service

2222 Fourth St., GL 3-2954 San Rafael, Calif.

J. B. RICE CO.

carpets—Linoleum—Westinghouse Appliances

430 Francisco Blvd., CL 3-5025 San Rafael

FREDERICK'S STUDIO—PHOTOGRAPHERS

H G. Frederick, Prop.—GLenwood 3-8282

1326 Fourth Street San Rafael, Calif.

MARVELOUS MARIN REALTY CO.

Homes - Ranches - Income Properties

1314 - 4th St., CL 4-0674 San Rafael, Calif.

MODERNTREND—DISTINCTIVE GIFTS

Grace and Bill Starck—GL 3.4042

1027 C Street

San Rafael, Calif.

JOHNSON HARDWARE CO.

Household Supplies - Dutch Boy Paints - Tools

1137 Fourth St., CL 3-1844 San Rafael, Calif.

Best Wishes From

MARIN DRIVE-IN LIQUOR STORE

1556 Fourth Street

San Rafael, Calif.

PAUL BISSOLA

Italian-American Sausage Factory

1569 Fourth St., CL. 3-3161 San Rafael ,Calif.

ALOUETTE NURSERY SCHOOL

Fun with crafts and music

in a relaxed and happy atmosphere

408 BELLE AVE.—GL 3-5842--SAN RAFAEL

Los Angeles

AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING SALES

8216 W. 3rd St - OL 3-4960

LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA

Los Angeles

MARTIN OF CALIFORNIA

1339 SOUTH FLOWER STREET

Los Angeles 15, California

J. MICHLIN

8211 Melrose Avenue

California

TROJAN METAL PRODUCTS

735 East Gage Avenue - ADams 3-4396

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

BRODERICK MARKET C, M. CRAWFORD—Dominguez Water Corp.

Top Quality—Always --. Frontier 3-6473 5410 WILSHIRE BOULEVARD

714 Third Street Broderick, Calif. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA


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Santa Rosa

MARSH'S GROCERY

"Your Friendly Neighborhood Store"

884 Second St., Phone 7164 Santa Rosa, Calif.

EL DORADO PRODUCTS CO.

"We Serve the Redwood Empire"

3333 Mendocino Ave. Santa Rosa, Calif.

THE B. F. GOODRICH COMPANY

First in Rubber—Compare the Cost

415 Fifth St. Santa Rosa, Calif.

Best Wishes—Santa Rosa Lodge No. 458

LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE

Why Not Join Today? Santa Rosa, Calif.

SELVAGE CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO.

Concrete Septic Tanks—Tel. 5855-J

Stoney Point Road Santa Rosa, California

VOLKSWAGEN—VEALE MOTOR CO.

"Ask An Owner—They're Our Best Salesmen"

Santa Rosa Avenue Santa Rosa, California

Greetings From

MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

BRANDLIN'S AUTO SERVICE

Complete Overhaul - Tune-Up & Wheel Service

000 West College Ave. Santa Rosa, Calif.

NOVELLI'S RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE

Sparton - Arvin - G. E.—Phone 4461

409 Third Street Santa Rosa, Calif.

BROWN'S LIQUOR STORE

Norm Capitan, Prop—Phone 1189

215 "D" Street Santa Rosa, Calif.

REDWOOD PHOTO SALES

Developing - Printing - Copying - Photostats

211 B St., Phone 2235 Santa Rosa, Calif.

LUND'S GROCERY—The Handy Shopping Spot

Grocery - Dairy Products - School Supplies

1057 College Avenue Santa Rosa, Calif.

EMPIRE FARM EQUIPMENT CO.

Industrial - Farm - Construction Equipment

1470 Santa Rosa Ave. Santa Rosa, Calif

CRESCENT JEWELERS

Ray Pollack, Manager—Phone 1-0400

609 Fourth Street Santa Rosa, Calif.

EMPIRE DRUG CO.

625 Fourth Street—Phone 12

Santa Rosa California

NOONAN AGENCY

General Insurance

509 - 7th St., Tel. 863 Santa Rosa, Calif.

EARL'S RADIO AND TV SERVICE

Countywide Coverage - Installation - Service

938 W. College Ave. Santa Rosa, Calif.

FRENCHIE'S SERVICE STATION

We Treat Your Car Right—We Treat You Right

Corner Fifth & Wilson Sts. Santa Rosa, Calif.

MEDICO DRUG CO.—Prescription Druggist

Your Wallgren Agency

Mendocino at Fifth Santa Rosa, California

C. W. HALL

Plumbing and Heating Contractor

1665 Sebastopol Road Santa Rosa, Calif.

JOHN SLOSS CO.

Machinery—Sales and Rentals

3035 Redwood Hiway So. Santa Rosa, Calif.

SANTA ROSA STEAM LAUNDRY

Dry Cleaners and Linen Service

352 First Street Santa Rosa, California

PAYNE CORPORATION

Homes Appliances—Maytag—Frigidaire

2688 Mendocino Ave., Tel. 1884 Santa Rosa

HALL'S SPORTSMAN SHOP

Boats - Sporting Goods - Guns - Ammunition

555 Mendocino Ave., Tel. 1593 Santa Rosa

HAL - CAL FEED AND SEED

Home of Purina Chows & Sanitation Products

533 Sebastopol Road Santa Rosa, Calif.

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Groceries - Meats - Vegetables - Liquors

180 Sebastopol Road Santa Rosa, Calif.

TOSCHI'S PHARMACY

"The Family Doctor's Drug Store"

646 Fourth Street Santa Rosa, California

CHESTER'S JEWELERS

Watch Repair Specialists

504 Fourth St., Tel. 375 Santa Rosa, Calif.

J. V. "Jud" CUMMINS

Body, Fender and Glass Shop

639 Second St., Phone 136 Santa Rosa, Calif.

TATE'S SHOE SERVICE

Modern Shoe Repairing

3 15 D Street Santa Rosa, California

U-SAVE SUPER MARKET

The Busy Quality Market—Telephone 2150

1680 Petaluma Hill Road Santa Rosa, Calif.

MARY'S BEST SERVICE CLEANERS

Suits, Coats & Dresses . . . Skirts, Slacks

800 Sebastopol Road Santa Rosa, California

WESTERN FRENCH BAKERY

Third and Davis Street Phone 5497-W

Santa Rosa California

HARRY B. TREMBLEY

Wholesale Distr. Automotive Elec. Equipment

3rd and 'B' Streets Santa Rosa, California

GENERAL MILLS FEED STORE

Larro and Gold Medal Poultry and Dairy Feeds

511 Wilson St., Phone 2041 Santa Rosa, Calif.

AL NICHOLSON, INC.

Toledo Scales and Food Machines—Tel. 1116

3 0 Sebastopol Ave. Santa Rosa, California

THE WASHING MACHINE MAN

Maytag Dealers—New - Used and Repairing

308 - 4th St., Tel. 3942 Santa Rosa, Calif.

HALL BROS. DRUG COMPANY

Elizabeth Arden Toiletries—Telephone 100

529 Fourth Street Santa Rosa, Calif.

DOKE'S "TOOT-N-TOTE" MARKET

Curb Service - Liquors .. Grocers

1117 Sebastopol Road Santa Rosa, Calif.

THE GOOD SPOT—COCKTAILS

Draught Beer - Wine - Hamburgers - Lunches

410 Sebastopol Road Santa Rosa, Calif.

LOWE'S MARKET-4TH AND A STREETS

Where Families Shop and Save $ $ Daily

Telephone 9714 Santa Rosa, Calif.

PERSHING MARKET

Quality Meats, Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables

421 Fourth Street Santa Rosa, Calif.

THE LITTLE DINER

Home Cooked Meals—Home Made Pies, Cakes

408-A Mendocino Avenue Santa Rosa, Calif.

HADLEY TIRE COMPANY

Tire Rebuilders for the Trade—Phone 120

1 12 North Street Santa Rosa. Calif.

INGRAM'S CHILI BOWL—Sandwiches & Chili

One Quarter Mile No. of Freeway on 101

Santa Rosa California

LING'S HOME FURNISHINGS

Complete Furnishers—Phone 1236

1044 Fourth Street Santa Rosa, California

SQUARE DEAL AUTO AND WRECKING

Where We Sell the Best and Wreckthe Rest

214 Roberts Ave., Tel. 3355, Santa Rosa, Calif.

SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.

Sewing Center Headquarters of Sonoma County

735 Fourth Street, Tel. 1381 Santa Rosa, Calif.

SAARE RADIO TV APPLIANCE SHOP

Since 1922 We Have Been Serving You

512 - 5th St., Phone 1206 Santa Rosa, Calif.

THE YARDAGE SHOP—Stitch and Save

Montgomery Village—Doris Vesgaard, Owner

2417 Magowan Drive Santa Rosa, California

SILVA'S QUALITY MEATS

Retail Market and Locker Plant

2324 Magowan Drive Santa Rosa, Calif.

ARCHIE KASH—MONTGOMERY VILLAGE

Finest in Men's and Boys' Wear

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

"TOPS FOR TOTS" SHOP—Toys and Crafts

510 Farmers Lane Phone 751W

Montgomery Village Santa Rosa, Calif.

Best Wishes to Sonoma County Peace Officers

FLOUR PRODUCTS COMPANY

Santa Rosa California

LOU EVANS TEXACO SERVICE

Goodrich Tires, Tubes & Batteries, Washing

171 Santa Rosa Avenue Santa Rosa, Calif.

BRITTAIN'S PET SHOP

Complete Line of Pets and Pet Supplies

430 Fifth Street Santa Rosa, Calif.

The Flower Shop • The Flower Basket

ISO Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa, Calif.

Apple Blossom Florist - Sebastopol, Calif.

Jackson Appliance and Refrigerating

"Your Refrigerator Dealer"

413 B Street San Rosa, Calif.

SANTA ROSA EMPORIUM

Television Appliances - Home Furnishings

413 B Street, Phone 7 Santa Rosa, Calif.

EISENHOOD'S

Famous for Fine Foods - Cocktail Lounge

Courthouse Square Santa Rosa, Calif.

DIAMOND MARKET

Quality Plus Low Prices—Always

317 4th St., Tel, S. R. 466 Santa Rosa, Calif.

MISSION LUNCH

"Best Pie and Coffee in Santa Rosa

958 Santa Rosa Ave. Santa Rosa, Calif.

FARMER'S DRUG STORE

"The Home of Guaranteed Prescriptions"

647 4th St., Tel. S. R. 50 Santa Rosa, Calif.

A. R. HEWITT—LABORATORIES

Wholesale Medical and Veterinary Supplies

420 Riley St., Tel. S. R. 312W Santa Rosa, Cal.

ZERINTCHEFF AGENCY

All Forms of Insurance—Phone 3701

220 B Street Santa Rosa, California

FLOOD'S MARKET

Just Off the Freeway—Open 9 a.m.-I0 p.m.

201 Fourth Street Santa Rosa, California

B A L D I & SONS

Grocery and Meat Markets - Grains, Mill Feeds

4875 Sonoma Highway Santa Rosa, California

CLAYT'S OLD TRAIL INN

Unique to Say the Least I

C. 4th St., at Farmer's Lane Santa Rosa, Calif.

REED REALTY

Homes, Ranches and Income Property

4910 Sonoma Hiway Santa Rosa, Calif.

VILLAGE FIRE-CHIEF STATION

Texaco Service in Beautiful Montgomery Village

2300 Sonoma Ave., Tel. 7516 Santa Rosa, Cal.


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Novato

COX RADIO & TV SERVICE

Sales and Service

5369 Redwood Hiway Ignacio (Novato, Calif.)

BUNTING'S QUALITY MEATS

"Where Quality and Low Price Are Twins"

830 Grant Ave., TW 2-2502 Novato, Calif.

BELLUCCI REALTY COMPANY

"Results You Can Bank On"

7464 Redwood Hiway, Novato, Calif.

LIQUOR MART OF NOVATO

Retail Wines and Liquors—Open 7 Days a Week

1403 Grant Ave., Tw 2-3 722 Novato, Calif.

MARIN AIR REPAIR

Complete Service—Aircraft and Engine

Mann Co. Airport Novato, California

HILLER'S SHOES, INC.

Good Shoes for the Entire Family

1431 Grant Ave. Novato, Calif.

WOODY'S TV & APPLIANCE CO.

Expert Radio Service . Any Make

1133 Grant Avenue Novato, California

EL NOVATO MOTEL AND TRAILER PARK

Kitchen Accommodations

Phone TWinbrook 2-2991 Novato, California

101 GARAGE—RICHFIELD SERVICE

Electric - Acetylene Welding—Phone TW 2-5330

7377 Redwood Highway Novato, Calif.

COOK'S AUTO REPAIR—GENERAL REPAIR

Radiator Repair and Recoring

867 Vallejo St., TW 2-3810 Novato, California

TOBIN'S APPLIANCES

Dairy Equipment—Pumps—Sales and Service

872 Grant Ave., TW 2.2681 Novato, Calif.

PINI HARDWARE

Housewares—Appliances—Farm Supplies

1107 Grant Avenue Novato, California

M. C. JENSEN—PLUMBING

Contracting - Repairing—Estimating - Jobbing

1214 Grant Ave., TW 2-9109 Novato, Calif.

KEELE'S TEXACO SERVICE

"Best Lube Jobs in Town"

915 Diablo Avenue Novato, California

BUD'S CAR TOWN

New and Used Cars—All Makes and Models

7445 Redwood Hiway Novato, Calif.

CONKLING—Plumbing, Heating, Sheet Metal

Sales—"STANDARD"—Service

872 Vallejo Ave., TW 2-2043 Novato, Calif.

A & R BODY SHOP

Auto Painting and Glass Installing

862 Vallejo Ave., TW. 2.2977 Novato, Calif.

BEN FRANKLIN 5c & lOc STORE

"The Complete Shopping Spot of Novato"

871 Grant Avenue Novato, California

GEORGE G. PEARCE—Multiple Realtor

Homes - Ranches - Notary

1070 Machin Ave. Novato, California

SMITH & SJOBLOW—Chevron Gas Station

Best Lube Jobs in Town—Tires, Batteries

101 Highway Novato, California

RIPLEY'S GARAGE

General Automotive Repairing

5353 Redwood Highway Novato, California

SMITH SERVICE

Motor Cleaning & Lubrication—Tires

5363 Redwood Highway (Near Hamilton Field)

JIM'S "FLYING A" SERVICE

Lube Jobs—Washing and Polishing—Tires

5778 Redwood Hiway Novato, Calif.

CREAMY CORNER DELICATESSEN

"Top Quality Ice Cream"—Phone Novato 428-J

1401 Grant Avenue Novato, Calif.

ENYEART MOTEL & TRAILER COURT

27 Miles North of San Francisco

101 Highway Novato, California

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Quality Plus Low Prices Daily!

1101 Grant Avenue Novato, California

NOVATO TV AND MUSIC

Sales and Service—Phone: TW. 2-3886

4 Front Street Novato, California

TOLLEFSON FLYING SERVICE

Charters, Flight Instruction, Rentals

Mario County Airport Novato, California

CIELO RANCHO MOTEL

Phone TUcker 3-6226

5613 Redwood Highway Novato, Calif.

NORTH MARIN REALTY

Multiple Realtors—Insurors—Rentals—Leases

1212 Grant Ave.—NOVATO--TW 2-9826

Sonoma

S H E R M A N ' S - Furnishers of Homes

Complete Decorating Service

4 CORNERS - WE 8.5223 - Sonoma, California

BANCROFT'S FLOWERS

Cut Flowers, Plants, Funeral Designs

786 Broadway- WE 8.2902 . Sonoma, Calif.

ADOBE DRUG

Ray S. Doer - Phon WE 8-2971

417 FIRST STREET WEST—SONOMA, CALIF.

HAROLD'S SHOE STORE

A family Shoe Store serving Sonoma Valley

519 Broadway— SONOMA, CALIFORNIA

VELLAS FOUNTAIN

HOME MADE ICE CREAM

SONOMA, CALIFORNIA

BATES AND EVANS - Funeral Directors

691 BROADWAY - WEBSTER 8-2686

SONOMA, CALIFORNIA

Ignacio

AL'S LIQUOR STORE -

For the Finest in Liquors and Service

5939 Redwood Highway Ignacio, Calif.

Handy Dandy Delicatessen and Market

Quality Groceries and Meats

5941 Redwood Hiway Ignacio, Calif.

Miscellaneous

JOHN E. DeVRIES. . Draperies

Interiors - Upholstery

190 Bon Air Shopping Center Greenbrae, Calif.

RIVERS AND JACKMAN—REALTORS

Residential and Commercial, Professional Service

14 Redhill Road, CL 3-3158 San Anselmo

TWIN OAKS TAVERN

"The Friendly Spot to Stop"

Redwood Highway (101) Penngrove, Calif.

H E C H T ' S

Misses' and Women's Apparel

419 Fremont Street Las Vegas, Nevada

Best Wishes

CHIC HECI-IT

413 Fremont Street Las Vegas, Nevada

Mill Valley

MULLER'S GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY

35 THROCKMORTON AVENUE - DU 8-2236

MILL VALLEY, CALIFORNIA

SEQUOIA PAINT STORE

QUALITY PAINTS AND WALLPAPER

II E. Blithedale Ave.—DU 8.3584—Mill Valley

WM. E. DOUD & CO.

Realtors and Insurance—Our 50th Anniversary

25 E. BLITHEDALE AVENUE— DU 8.3691

ANDY'S AUTO REPAIR

"I take the Dent out of Accident"

487 Miller Ave.—DU 8-1003—MILL VALLEY

EL ROY GARAGE

Machine Work :-: General Repairing

Phone DUnlap &3743 - MILL VALLEY

BEST WISHES FROM

THE WASHERETTE

226 E. BLITHEDALE - MILL VALLEY

DAN'S SHELL SERVICE

Phone DU 8-5 392 - - S & H Green Stamps

Blithedale and Sunnyside -- MILL VALLEY

MILL VALLEY AUTO RADIATOR

COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE

39 Corte Madera Ave.-DU 8 . 4924-Mill Valley

NELLO'S "MARIN KING" PIZZA

Worth Traveling Miles to Enjoy!

777 REDWOOD HIGHWAY - MILL VALEY

EMIL POHLI

REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE

8 Corte Madera Ave—Mill Valley—DU 8.7272

TAMAL TREASURE CHEST

Gifts, Papers, Cards for all Occasions

206 Blithedale Ave. - Mill Valley, Calif.

BEST WISHES FROM

MAYER'S - Men's Wear

2 Miller Ave. - Mill Valley - DUnlap 8-4676

TAMALPAIS LUMBER COMPANY

EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER

241 Shoreline Highway—DU 8-1759—Mill Valley

LYNN BARR REALTY

104 Tiburon Highway - DU 8-2452

MILL VALLEY, CALIFORNIA

GOODMAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO.

Everything for the Builder!

775 Redwood Highway Mill Valley, Calif.

BENNETT'S VARIETY STORE

Everything for the Home—DU 8-7437

19 Throckmorton Avenue Mill Valley, Calif.

JACQUE'S RESTAURANT

Featuring Breakfast, Lunch, Dinners

52 Thnockmorton Avenue Mill Valley, Calif.

MILL VALLEY FRENCH LAUNDRY

Carl and Lois Lerst, Props.—DU 8-1774

138 E. Blithedale Mill Valley, California

THE MEDLEY SHOP

Antiques-Unique Gifts—DU 8-5855

228 East Blithedale Mill Valley, Calif.

BILL'S RICHFIELD STATION

Tops in Lube Jobs and Service

551 Miller Avenue Mill Valley, California

THE PINK SHUTTER

House and Garden Shop - DU B-4721

Tiburon Highway at Blackfield Drive-Mill Valley

BURRIS LUMBER CO., INC

36 Tiburon Blvd. at Tiburon "Y"—DU 8-5270

MILL VALLEY, CALIFORNIA

J. HANNAN—Foreign Cars

Specializing in First Class Repairs

375 Miller Ave. DU 8-0853 Mill Valley, Calif.

2-A.M. CLUB

"The Pleasant Popular Spot"

Con. Miller at Montford Sts, Mill Valley, Calif.

MILL VALLEY PAINT STORE

Distributors of Morwear Paint Products

12 Locust Ave. DU8. 1086 MIII Valley, Calif.


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Petaluma

SOUTH CITY GARAGE

Gasoline - Diesel - Butane - Tires - Batteries

Highway 101 at South City Limits Petaluma

HORN PHARMACY

Prescription Druggists—Fountain Service

434 E. Washington St. Petaluma, Calif.

OTT'S STATIONERY

Everything in Office Supplies

Main Street Petaluma, California

Best Wishes from

THE J. P. McNEAR COMPANY

2 Main Street Petaluma, California

ROSE PIEZZI - FLORIST

Flowers for All Occasions—Phone 2-4749

108 Washington Street Petaluma, California

TOMASINI HARDWARE COMPANY

The House That Service Built

120 Kentucky Street Petaluma, California

THE RHYTHM CLUB

Entertainment & Dancing Fri. & Sat. Nights

354 Main Street Petaluma, Calif.

WESTERN AVENUE LIQUOR STORE

Cigars—Cigarettes—Candy

107 Western Avenue Petaluma, California

WEIS FLORAL SHOP

Flowers for All Occasions

311 Washington Street Petaluma, Calif.

PETALUMA FRENCH BAKERY

We Make the Original French Bread

444 Main Street Petaluma, California

CAVANAGH LUMBER CO.

Lumber and Millwork

200 East Washington St. Petaluma, Calif.

GILARDI'S—COCKTAIL LOUNGE

Petaluma's Finest Phone 1612

42 Washington Street Petaluma, California

DREES—FLORIST

Seeds, Plants, Cut Flowers, Floral Work

207 Western Ave., Phone 947, Petaluma, Calif.

HEROLD MAHONEY & CO.

Recaps a Specialty—Goodyear - Richfield

Dial 2-2761 - 2-8455. Petaluma, Calif

WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE

Everything for the Home & Auto—Phone 2-2884

38 Main Street Petaluma, California

FRED HOPKINS—MEN'S & BOYS' SHOES

Phone 2-4074

126 Kentucky Street Petaluma, California

VILLA FONTES

For the Best in Cocktails and Entertainment

401 East Washington Street Petaluma, Calif.

PETALUMA PRINTING COMPANY

"Everything in Printing—Porter 2-4836

212 Second Street Petaluma, California

WESTERN DAIRY PRODUCTS, INC.

Butter, Milk Products—Tel. Porter 2-2701

East 0 & Hopper Sts. Petaluma, Calif.

PAT FARRELL TIRE SERVICE

Kelly Springfield s—New, Used and Recapping

841 N. Main St., Phone 2.87 15, Petaluma, Calif.

R. 0. SHELLING, INC.—Grain and Feed

Phones: Res. 2-4392—Office 2-2779

P. 0. Box 1018, No. Main St. Petaluma, Calif.

THE PENNGROVE HATCHERY

Austra-Whites - Colonial White Leghorns

5701 Redwood Highway No. Petaluma, Calif.

FRIEDMAN BROS.

If We Don't Have It You Don't Need It!

PETALUMA CALIFORNIA

SILVA'S APPLIANCE—Sales and Service

Freezers, Ranges, Refrigerators, Auto, Washers

402 Main Street Phone 2-2714 Petaluma Calif.

BOUTZ—RADIO AND TELEVISION

Sales and Service—Telephone Porter 2-2903

224 Washington Street Petaluma, California

SAN ANTONIO CAFE & BAR

Family Style Dinners 5 p.m. till 8 p.m.

5495 Redwood Highway So. Petaluma, Calif.

Fairfax

FAIRFAXMARKET

Groceries - Meat - Fruit - Vegetables

14 Bolinas Road, CL 4.2921 Fairfax, Calif.

NAVE'S LOUNGE

Paul . Lou - Art—GLenwood 3.9938

20-22 Bolinas Road Fairfax, Calif.

FAIRFAX PHARMACY

Arthur K. Lear, Ph.G.—Phone CL 4.0422

28 Bolinas Road Fairfax, Calif.

R U B N I ' S

Dinners and Cocktails -

Fairfax California

FAIRFAX LUMBER COMPANY

Lumber - Millwork - Building Materials

Fairfax, Mann County, California

BIG BEAR MARKET

Groceries, Vegetables, Liquors, Quality Meats

1966 Sir Francis Drake Hiway Fairfax, Calif.

-DON'S MEAT MARKET

GLenwood 4-1734

1589 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Fairfax, Calif.

Corte Madera

B. V. PINGREE—REALTOR

Real Estate and Insurance

206 Tamalpais Drive Corte Madera, Calif.

PADGETT SHELL SERVICE

Luba Jobs—Tires and Accessories

Corner Highway 101 and Corte Madera Junction

"IN THE HEART OF TOWN"

WM. E. DOUD & CO.

215 Corte Madera Ave. Corte Madera, Calif.

TRETTEN'S UNION SERVICE STATION

Good Products and Good Service

Tamalpais Drive & Madera Blvd. Corte Madera

GABEL'S LITHO

Offset Printing—Direct Reproductions

134 Redwood Avenue Corte Madera, Calif.

JOE'S VILLAGE PATIO

Mann's Unique Chinese-American Restaurant

Corte Madera & Redwood Ayes. Corte Madera

MEADOWSWEET MOTEL

One of Mann's Newest—Reasonable Rates

Carte Madera California

CORTE MADERA PET SHOP

Phone: Corte Madera 521

40 Tamalpais Drive Corte Madera, Calif.

FRED W. BULLOCK'S NURSERY

Medowsweet Road at 101 Hiway, Corte Madera

Telephone Garfield 1-5084—Day or Nite

Sacramento Zone

FARMERS MARKET

"The Quality Spot of the District"

3810 Marysville Road—Del Paso Heights, Calif.

MARIE'S DO-NUTS AND RESTAURANT

A GOOD PLACE TO EAT

3828 Willow St—Del Paso Heights, California

THE HEIGHTS PHARMACY

3759 Rio Linda Boulevard - WAbash 5-5527

DEL PASO HEIGHTS, CALIFORNIA

BRODERICK AUTO SERVICE

Parts and Accessories—General Repair

427 "C" St. Frontier 2-4676 Broderick, Calif.

EYE STREET BRIDGE MARKET

The Big Super Market of Broderick

Foot of Eye Street Bridge Broderick, Calif.

CAPITOL PLATING

310 Third Street - Gilbert 8-8571

BRODERICK, CALIFORNIA

DEL PASO—Department Store

Clothing for the Entire Family

3728 Marysville Road—Del Paso Heights, Calif.

POOL CAFE & BAR-The Popular, Friendly Spot

Wines-Liquors-Beers-Breakfast-Lunch-Dinners

ROBB1NS (P. 0. BOX 63) California

GUIDE ii L1

Napa

THE 'WRIGHT" STOP DRIVE-IN

Restaurant - . - -Curb Service

1019 Soscol Avenue Napa, California

NAPA FOOD CENTER

Quality Groceries—Meats and Vegetables

2565 Kilburn Napa, California

YATES AND COCHEANE

Boats, Motors & Guns in Napa Rio Grande 01st.

1517 Third St., Tel. 6-8494 Napa, Calif.

LINCOLN MARKET

Fresh Meats - Fruits - Vegetables

1027 Lincoln Ave., Tel. 6-2438 Napa, Calif.

LYERLA BROS. MARKET

Always Quality Foods! . . - We Deliver

Jefferson at Lincoln Ave. Napa, Calif.

ROLAND CLARK'S TEXACO STATION

Firestone Tires and Batteries—Motor Tune-Up

591 S. Jefferson St., Phone 4-3617, Napa, Calif.

THE HAGUE

Jewelry - Watch Repairing—Phone 6-3891

820 Main Street Napa, California

NAPA RECREATION

Billiards and Fountain

821 Coombs Street Napa, California

MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.

"The Family Store"

NAPA CALIFORNIA

SAMPSON-ROSSI HARDWARE CO.

Tools - Paints - Housewares

1015 Main Street Napa, California

P. M. QUIEN—Automotive Parts and Supplies

Tools - Shop Equipment—Phones 6-7463

822 Main Street Napa, California

FAMILY DRUG STORE at Food Center Square

Prescriptiin Pharmacy—Telephone 4-0330

825 Sonoma Highway Napa, California

LARRY'S HICKORY PIT—NAPA, CALIFORNIA

Barbecued Spareribs - We Wrap Them to Go

1855 Sonoma Road Phone Napa 4-2951

NATIONAL RUG CO.

Wall to Wall Carpet Laying

523 Brown Street Napa, California

J. H. VIENOP—BUILDING CONTRACTOR

Office: Baldwin 4-1549 Res.: Baldwin 6-33013

2400 OAK ST. NAPA, CALIF.

MODERN PLUMBING CO.

Sales - Service - Installation—Baldwin 4-0891

622 FIRST ST. NAPA, CALIFORNIA

NAPA MILLING & WAREHOUSE CO.

Hay, Grain, Poultry and Stock Foods

Main & Fifth Sts., Phone 6-3747 Napa, Calif.

ryfe

THE MECCA CLUB

Where Good Friends Meet

River Road 1-11 8-4046 Bryte, California

BRYTE SPOT CAFE

Where the Home Folks Meet and Relax

P. 0. BOX 501 BRYTE, CALIF.

A. COTE . . . Groceries

Quality Meats—Beer—Wine—Groceries

BRYTE, CALIFORNIA

PEG & BOB'S ASSOCIATED SERVICE

The Complete One-Stop Service Station

338 Sacramento Avenue Bryte, Calif.

JOH-NNIE'S -CHEVRON SERVICE

Best Luba Jobs in Broderick

800 Sacramento Avenue Broderick, Calif.

WAYNE'S BRODERICK PHARMACY

Where Your Patronage Is Most Appreciated

328 3rd St. Frontier 2-5883 Broderick, Calif.


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Woodland

BARBER-ROWLAND CO.

Fertilizers- Insecticides-Seeds- Feeds

1231 Alice St. Phone 2-6611 Woodland, Calif.

JACK LOHSE CO.

Dealer for Ortho Scientific Pest Control

West Main Street MO 2.8687 Woodland, Cal.

A. W. HAYS TRUCKING INC.

Phone 2-2831 —519 East Street

WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA

WOODLAND OLIVE PRODUCTS

Olives and Olive Oil

P. 0. Box 51 MO 2.6604 Woodland, Calif.

PACIFIC OILSEEDS, INC.

97 WEST MAIN STREET - Phone 2-7503

WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA

AMOS METZ—Boats -Moto rs-Hardware

Rental Service - Welding Supplies

Brown's Corner MO 2 . 5001 Woodland, Cal.

INDUSTRIAL MOTOR ELECTRIC

Motor Rewinding and Repairing

431 Community Lane MO 2-6774 Woodland

ORRICK OIL CO.

Distributors of Petroleum Products

183 West Main MO 2-5165 Woodland, Calif.

MIDDLETON IMPLEMENT CO.

Woodland—MO 2-4833 - Williams Phone 2971

Marysville—SH 2-6468

BEN BARROW CO.

Byron Jackson Pumps-Ames Irrigation Systems

220 No. East Street MO 2-4091 Woodland

GLANTZ WELDING SHOP

Knights Landing Highway—MO 2-4874

WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA

FORTNA'S TIRE STOP & TRUCK TERMINAL

Diesel Fuel-Tires-Batteries-Tire Repairs

P. 0. Box 239 MO 2.9307.08 Woodland

CITY TRANSFER AND STORAGE

UNITED—Moving With Care Everywhere

715 Main Street MO 2-4729 Woodland, Calif.

FOY'S CYCLERY

Headquarters for Schwinn Bikes & Toys

705 Main Street Woodland, California

Garcelon's Upholstery & Drapery Shop

Custom Furniture—Free Estimates

605 Main Street MO 2-6419 Woodland, Calif.

ELEFANT'S STORE FOR MEN

We feature nationally advertised brands

601 Main St. Phone 2-8505 Woodland, Calif.

NONPAREIL CLEANERS

"All That the Name Implies"

419 Main Street Woodland, Calif.

HOLVERSTOTT ELECTRIC

530 MAIN - MO 2-2995

WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA

T. V. CHRISTISON & SONS

General Machine Work and Welding Jobs

456 Fifth Street - MO 2-6067 - Woodland, Calif.

E. W. "BUD" LAWRENCE

Refrigeration Experts

325 Lincoln Ave. - MO 24801 - Woodland, Calif.

SUNSET FEED AND FARM SUPPLY

Headquarters for the Woodland Areal

WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA

L. E. WRAITH & ASSOCIATES

"If It's Insurance, We Write It"

430 Lincoln Ave—MO 2-5491—Woodland, Cal.

KRAFT BROS.—Funeral Service

Second and North Streets - MO 2-4658

WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA

CHARLEY EDDY - Grain Buyer

Office MO 2-6938, Residence MO 2-4307

95 West Main Street Woodland, Calif.

HERTEL'S CLOTHING

New & Reconditioned Clothing

318 COLLEGE AVENUE - WOODLAND

ERKENBRECHER MOTORS

Lincoln- Mercury—Sales- Service

3 West Main Street MO 2-5474 Woodland

BUYER'S GUIDE * * *

JIM'S AUTO UPHOLSTERY C R U T C H E R ' S

Seat Covers and Convertible Tops Television - Radio - Electronics

403 Court Stree MO 2-5364 Woodland, Calif. 318 Elm St. MO 2-2649 Woodland, Calif.

TAFOYA'S DRIVE-IN MARKET MEMORIAL FLORISTS

Groceries & Fresh Meats - Beer & Wine C. L. Pugh and Sons—Woodland's Finest"

Rt. 2 Box 103 MO 2-2137 Woodland, Calif. Main and West Streets Woodland, Calif.

DANA MOTEL EL RANCHO CHICO

Housekeeping Cabins-Trailer Space-MO 2-9943 Mexican and American Food—Andy Garrido

Highway 99 South of Main Woodland, Calif. 928 Main St. MO 2-7029 Woodland, Calif.

NICK'S TIP TOP CAFE & BAR

Popular Spot for Hunters, Truckers & Tourists

721 East St. Davis Highway Woodland, Calif.

KENTUCKY VILLAGE MEAT MARKET

Roy G. "Smokey" Mulcahy —MO 2-4715

Box 337 North College Woodland, Calif.

RACE TRACK ROAD AUTO WRECKERS

USED CARS AND PARTS

Out Kentucky Ave. MO 2-5216 Woodland

DAVIS & JULL

Plumbing - Heating - Cooling - Sheet Metal

West Main Street MO 2-5101 Woodlaad

GARRETT'S RESTAURANT

Home Cooking. Bring the Family

West Main Street MO 2-9945 Woodland

K. E. LUHDORFF - For Pumps

A. & M. SPRINKLER SYSTEMS

West Main Street MD 2-2827 Woodland

CORK 'N BOTTLE

Woodland's Leading Liquor Mart

93 W. Main Street MO 2-5072 Woodland

JODY'S CAFE

Chicken Dinners Our Specialty - $1.25

1226 East Main Street Woodland, Calif.

ACME FURNITURE EXCHANGE

New and Used - Bought - Sold. Exchanged

917 Main Street MO 2-7491 Woodland, Calif.

ROUNDHOUSE DRIVE-IN

Chicken-Steaks—Fountain Service

41 Main Street Woodland, California

EAGLE CLUB—For the Beat In Drinks

Where the Boys & Girls All Meet

808 Main Street Woodland, California

WOODLAND AWNING AND CANVAS SHOP

"The House of Shade"—Tarps & Boat Covers

405 Court St. - MO 2-4973 - Woodland, Calif.

MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.

Home and Rancher Headquarters

324 Main Street—MO 2-3285—Woodland, Calif.

OWEN NEWS AGENCY

San Francisco Examiner—Sacramento Bee

422 First Street MO 2-7075 Woodland, Calif.

CRANSTON BROTHERS—Hardware

Garden Store—Sporting Goods—Appliances

612-620 Main St. MO 2.4626 Woodland, Cal.

B R E IT'S

Woodland's Leading Department Store

607 Main Street MO 2-2845 Woodland, Calif.

THE LEITHOLD DRUG CO.

"Dependable Since 1890"

621 Main Street MO 2-4676 Woodland, Calif.

LAURENCE'S STATIONERY

Gifts-Office Supplies-Office Equipment

527 Main Street MO 2-7192 Woodland, Calif.

UNITED MARKET

Quality and Low Price Headquarters

338 Main Street MO 2-4447 Woodland, Calif.

Helen's Cub Cafe—All Women Cooks and HOW

Knight's Landing at Kentucky Ave.

WOODLAND CALIFORNIA

SUNSET FEED AND FARM SUPPLY

Knight's Landing Hiway at Kentucky Ave.

MO 2-5405 Woodland, California

BEACON SERVICE STATION

Where You Save and Get the Best

Corner Main at Walnut Woodland, California

BOB'S AUTO SERVICE

General Repairing and Welding

1215 Armfield Ave. MO 2-7208 Woodland

C. M. NELSON—Insurance of All Kinds

90 West Main Street - MO 2-2267

WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA

DAN McGREW'S AUTO SERVICE

General Repairing-Complete Automotive Service

450 West Street MO 2-6665 Woodland, Calif.

Peninsula

ZOLA'S BEAUTY SALON

436% SAN MATEO AVENUE — J Uno 8-7844

SAN BRUNO, CALIFORNIA

MARGARET'S DRESS SHOPS

105 Park Blvd. - JO 8-0983 - Millbrae, Calif.

1129 San Francisco Blvd. - FL 5-6649

Sharp Park, California

BOB AND BILL'S MELODY HOUSE

FOOD - COCKTAILS - DANCING

1200 El Camino Real - JO 8.8444 - Millbrae

BILL GREEN'S RADIO AND TV REPAIR

SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP - JO 8-8493

489. Huntington Ave. - San Bruno, Calif.

JACK'S HARDWARE

1625 EL CAMINO REAL - JO 8-9129

MILLBRAE, CALIFORNIA

PAUL B. NIEHOFF

Farmers; Truck Fire Insurance Exchange

441 San Mateo Ave.. JO 8-7171 - San Bruno

HART'S USED CARS

7420 Mission Street - PLaza 5-9050

DALY CITY, CALIFORNIA

DILLS AND GOODWAY

General Building Contractors—Lloyd Bills

416 Garden Ave. - JO 8-3177 - San Bruno, Calif.

A. W. DICKER

Painter and Decorator - Paperhanging

734 West Orange-JU 3-6899'So. San Francisco

QUINN'S BODY & FENDER SHOP

34 South Linden Avenue - JO 3.2695

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

Belvedere

TIBURON-BELVEDERE LAUNDRY

Quality Work, Plus Prompt Service Since 1892

Phone GEneva 5-4545 - Belvedere, California

COVE NURSERY

Complete Garden & Landscaping Supplies

GE 5-0041 - On the Boardwalk, Belvedere

CORINTHIAN PHARMACY

PHONE GENEVA 5-4503

THE BOARDWALK, BELVEDERE

CARL'S OF BELVEDERE

Casual Wear For Mann Men

GE 5-1260 —On the Boardwalk, Belvedere

Frances Styles of IMPORTS

Stoles-Shawls-Woolens from IRELAND

GE 5 -102 7 - The Boardwalk Court, Belvedere

HERBERT'S SHERBET SHOPPE

Fillmore & Lombard-WE 1-9934-San Francisco

On the Boardwalk - Belvedere

THE STANDARD S AND 10 CENT STORE

Headquarters for Many Wanted Things

On the Boardwalk at Belvedere, California

TREASURE CHEST—Gift & Camera Shop

Your Photographic and Gift Headquarters

On the Boardwalk. Belvedere, California

SYBELL'S BIB'N TUCKER

Exclusive Childrens Clothing

On the Boardwalk . Belvedere, California


April - May, 1957 POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL Page 51

***THE BUYER'S GUIDE * * *

Sausalito

LARSON & SUTTER - SAILMAKERS

Sails Made to Order and Repaired

Gate 5 Marinship - Sausalito - Sausalito 1267

AL'S USED FURNITURE

WE BUY-TRADE & SELL ANYTHING

Mold Loft Bldg.—SAUSALITO—Tel I I 8-M

JUANITA'S GALLEY

"OUR FOOD & SERVICE LOUSY"

Gate 5 Marinship - Sausalito

THE 'CAN-DO' SHOP

Gifts, Hose, Notions, Yarn & Greeting Cards

687 BRIDGEWAY - SAUSALITO

THE "GINGERBREAD HOUSE"

INTERIORS - ANTIQUES - GIFTS

2001 Bridgeway Sausalito 409-i Sausalito

SUNSET PLASTICS

Custom Built Drainboards—Formica Covered

Gate 5 Bldg. 27 Marinship - SAUSALITO

ARANT AND COMPANY

PLASTIC INJECTION MOULDING

410 Gate 5 (Box 295) 'Sausalito 1985-Sausalito

CLIPPER YACHT COMPANY

Developers of Richardson Bay Marina

Tel. Sausalito 1086 - SAUSALITO

SAD SAMS SURPLUS SHIP SUPPLIES

P. 0. BOX 51 - Phone 353-M

SAUSALITO, CALIFORNIA

INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURERS

Redwood Patio Furniture

Road 5 Marinship - Sausalito, California

PORT HOLE SPORTSWEAR

Cleaners -Pressers-Tailors -Cash Loans on Pledges

753 Bridgeway - Sausalito - Phone 1828

EVERETT'S QUALITY MEATS

Price Constantly Low—Service Constantly High

40 Caledonia Street - Tel. 903 - Sausalito

SAUSALITO DRY CLEANERS

218 CALEDONIA STREET - PHONE 700

SAUSALITO, CALIFORNIA

ERNIE'S WATERFRONT

"If You Come Once—Bet You'll Come Again!"

815 Bridgeway—Phone 1820—Sausalito

THE FOUR WINDS

Tops in Highballs and Service!

688 Bridgeway—Phone 1848—Sausalito

MARIN FRUIT & GROCERY CO.

Fruit, Vegetables & Groceries—Wines-Liquors

605 Bridgeway—Phones 888 '889—Sausalito

BOB'S MARKET

Groceries & Liquors—Delivery Service

625 Bridgeway - Phone 202 - Sausalito

EUREKA MEAT MARKET

TOPS IN QUALITY & SERVICE

PHOI,E 87 - SAUSALITO, CALIFORNIA

NUNES JET

distributed through dealers by NUNES BROS.

Car. Second & Main Sts.-Phone I08-Sausalito

THE DECK COFFEE SHOP

Tops in Food and Service—Always!

Mart Building Hiway 101 - Sausalito, Calif.

CHRISTENSEN MILL & MFG. CO .

Custom Cabinets - Full Mill Bids

Gate 5, Marinship—Sausalito 1788'J—Sausalito

THE FIRESIDE

Motel—Bar and Dining Room

4 Miles No. Golden Gate Bridge - Sausalito

BAY AUTO WRECKERS

South End of Richardson Bay Bridge on 101

Phone Sausalito 1924 Sausalito, Calif.

SAUSAUTO HARDWARE & PLUMBING CO.

"Everything for the Builder"—Phone 185

721 Bridgeway Sausalito, Calif.

SALLY HETTRICH—Realtor

Notary Public—EDgewater 2-0264

745 Bridgeway Sausalito, California

Best Wishes from

WARNICK REALTY OF CALIFORNIA

Call 777 Sausalito, California

Tiburon

JOHN'S RADIO SERVICE

TV - RADIO SERVICE - Geneva 5.0792

SI MAIN STREET TIBURON, CALIF.

THE SEA CHEST

Marine Antiques—Old Prints—Books

32 MAIN STREET TIBURON, CALIF.

THE HARBOR LIGHT—Cocktails at their Best

The Freindly Spot to Stop

20 MAIN STREET TIBURON, CALIF.

LOU & ROY'S SERVICE

Washing , Lubrication & Polishing

Tiburon Hi-Way GE 5-0640 Tiburon, Cal.

BEST WISHES FROM

GEORGE AND FRED MARTEGANI

Corner Market Super Tiburon, California

Varney's Tiburon Hardware and Plumbing

Bud and Dick Varney

9 Main Street GE 5-4547 Tiburon, Calif.

MUSSO'S BAKERY

French Pastries Our Specialty

Main Street GE 5-4648 Tiburon, California

NORAVINO GIFT SHOP

FEATURING DISTINCTIVE IMPORTS

52 Main Street—Geneva 5-0349—Tiburon

East Bay

FOOD CENTER

216 Main Street Phone GL 8-2765

Port Chicago California

C. H. UTTLEFIELD

GARAGE

Port Chicago California

VALLEY CAFE—TRUCK STOP

Wayne & Nadine

278 Hartz Avenue Danville, California

POPCORN AND DONUT SHOP

James Siegert

Box 696 Danville, California

GEORGE AND RICK'S SERVICE

Phone Niles 4468

95 East Niles Road Niles, California

BERT'S

WINE - FOOD - CLUB ROOM

Concord Ave. at Market - Concord, Calif.

Along the Highway

NIELSEN'S TRAILER PARK

P. 0. BOX 744

SOLEDAD, CALIFORNIA

CHECKERBOARD COFFEE SHOP

Eat Here and Diet Home

112 F. Main St. Tallent 9-2595 - Ripon, Calif.

MEACHAM PATTERSON & SON TIRE CO.

3 Generations of Tire Men

3989 N. Blackstone - BA 7-6964 - Fresno, Calif.

MAGIC SHOE SERVICE

Repairing While You Wait—Phone 4-2972

21 McHenry Village Modesto, California

LIBERTY POOL HALL

540 "F' STREET

Los Banns California

PEOPLE'S MARKET

Salvadore Torres, Prop.

4TH & GLEN WOOD, DELANO, CALIF.

Roy "Bullet" Baker—Liquors

When You Want Liquor - - - Call Bake

DELIVERY SERVICE

HEmlock 9-4512

GE 9-4512

4003 EAST OCEAN BOULEVARD

LONG BEACH CALIFORNIA

All but 23 miles of Oregon's coastline

is public property, according to the National

Automobile Club.

AUTO THEFTS

Director J. Edgar Hoover has announced

that 13,530 persons, representing some

4,600 organizations, attended the 178 law

enforcement conferences on the automobile

theft problem which the FBI sponsored

throughout the United States during

1956.

Stating that the regional conferences met

with an enthusiastic response in all parts

of the nation, Mr. Hoover said that the

participants agreed that automobile thefts

can be substantially reduced only through

the cooperative efforts of law enforcement

agencies and car owners. Particular attention

was devoted to the problem created

by negligent motorists, such as those who

leave the keys in the ignition or forget to

lock the doors and windows of their

vehicles.

In addition to discussing methods of

preventing auto thefts, the participants

also devoted attention to measures which

can be employed to make it more difficult

to use or sell a stolen motor vehicle without

its stolen character being detected. Included

were many suggestions involving

more thorough inspection of automobiles,

greater uniformity of state title and registration

requirements, and closer supervision

of automobile salvage.

The FBI Director stated that in addition

to municipal, county, state and Federal

law enforcement officers, those attending

the conferences included representatives

of the National Automobile Theft

Bureau, insurance firms, motor vehicle

bureaus and other interested groups.

M. B. FOWLER

Concrete Pipe

Irrigation Systems

MELVIN B. FOWLER

OSBORN 5-3436

P. 0. Box 838

GONZALES, CALIFORNIA

THE ORIENT

IMPORTER - WHOLESALER - RETAILER

Pajamas-Robes-India Brass-Siamese Jewelry

Fancy China

HEmlock 6-8623

146-152 WEST PIKE

LONG BEACH CALIFORNIA


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Gentlemen:

We are interested in securing a new

Chief of Police and thought you might

assist.

If you have a place for ads for police

personnel, kindly place the following ad:

POLICE CHIEF—Delano, California,

(pop. 10,328) invites applications from

qualified persons with minimum of ten

years experience in California law enforcement

agency, including at least three years

as sergeant or above with progressively

increasing responsibility. Salary range—

$590.00 to $660.00. Submit applications

to City Clerk, 1118 Jefferson Street, Delano,

California.

Thank you. Yours very truly,

Fay C. Short, City Clerk

Delano, California

Editor:

As an old buddy of the now Sheriff,

when he was in the California Highway

Patrol, I sure was tickled to see your magazine

do him honor in the issue before

me. He's a great guy.

(Sgd.) Sgt. J.S.C.

Sacramento

Name withheld on request

(EDITOR'S NOTE: He's referring to the

man on the front cover of the current

issue, Sheriff Dave Menary of Mann

County.)

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Los Angeles, California

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