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IN THE HEART OF STEEL INDUSTRY

Exclusive Distributors for

ZENITH. ADMIRAL. HOFFMAN and SPARTAN RADIOS

ADMIRAL and COOLERATOR REFRIGERATORS

SPEED QUEEN WASHERS

BUDGET TERMS

- 5 SOUTH SIERRA AVE Phone 646 FONTANA. CALIF.



BOOTHES GROCERY

Phones 316-390
Fifth Avenue at Highway 66

UPLAND. CALIFORNIA



FRITZ & MARY'S

Fred Allen, Prop.

RECREATION PARLOR AND CAFE

WE SERVE BEER

167 N. Second Avenue
UPLAND. CALIFORNIA



FOOD SPOT

FOX & REIM'S GROCERY

GROCERIES, MEATS & VEGETABLES
116 S. SIERRA AVE. FONTANA. CALIF.

MEADE'S CAFE

BREAKFAST - LUNCH - DINNERS
AND SHORT ORDERS

Hours 7 A. M. to 7 P. M.
130 No. SIERRA AVE. FONTANA. CALIF.

CHINO RANCH MARKET

GROCERIES. MEATS, VEGETABLES
SOFT DRINKS AND POULTRY FEEDS



1447 CENTRAL



CHINO. CALIF.



January. 1948



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL



Page 57



FONTANA JEWELERS

For

BULOVA, ELGIN, GRUEN
HAMILTON WATCHES

Exclusive Representatives for

Registered Keepsake Diamond Rings j

Telephone 5016 138 South Sierra

FONTANA, CALIFORNIA



JOE - JULIE

-VAN'S-

To Enjoy Western Hospitality
COCKTAILS • FOOD



i i SPUD'S CAFE



Beer, Wine and Soft Drinks
and Cocktails



286 Valley Blvd., Highway 99

BLOOMINGTON, CALIFORNIA



HOME APPLIANCE

MAYTAG, CROSLEY and THOR WASHERS,
IRONERS, RADIOS. REFRIGERATORS

Sales and Service

Free Pick Up and Delivery



l_



497 South Sierra at Merrill
FONTANA, CALIFORNIA



Office Phone 617-192



Res. Phone 62 3-1 ^"2



A. E. JOHNSTON
FURNITURE COMPANY

OF ONTARIO

New and Used
Complete Home Furnishers

Corner B and Laurel

ONTARIO, CALIFORNL\



ONTARIO
FURNITURE COMPANY

GOLDMAN BROTHERS

Complete Home Furnishers

Phone Ontario 617-181
109-111 S. Euclid Avenue

ONTARIO, CALIFORNIA



Phone 315236
151 North Second Avenue

UPLAND, CALIFORNL\



FOOTHILL MARKET

L. Martinez, Prop

*

General Merchandise, Groceries

Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drinks, etc.



Phone UPLAND 316-172

680 East Foothill

UPLAND, CALIFORNIA



BRACEWELL'S CAFE

Good Home Cooking

FRIED CHICKEN

BEER AND WINE



339 Third Street

SAN BERNARDINO, CALIF.



Page 58



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL



January, 1948



ONTARIO PLUMBING
COMPANY



CONTRACTING AND
GAS APPLIANCES



228 N. Euclid Avenue
ONTARIO, CALIFORNIA

Ontario 614-151



r - '



THE COCKATOO

THE FINEST NITE CLUB
IN CENTINELLA VALLEY

DANCING
NIGHTLY




Phone OR. 7-3?69
4334 W. IMPERIAL HIGHWAY

INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA



CHECKERBOARD CAFE

Serving Delicious Food
Breakfast - Lunch - Dinners

Complete Short Orders

QUICK SERVICE

105 Main Street

ELSINORE, CALIFORNIA

On the Lake

SOUTH EUCLID AUTO SERVICE

OF ONTARIO, CALIFORNIA

GOLDEN EAGLE GAS

COMPLETE SERVICE

AUTO REPAIRING BY EXPERTS

1431 South Euclid Avenue

ONTARIO, CALIFORNIA

BROWN GROCERY

GROCERIES - MEATS - FRESH VEGETABLES

AND SOFT DRINKS

Always a Family Atmosphere

1431 South Euclid Avenue
ONTARIO, CALIFORNIA

KENNEY'S FOOD MARKET

GENERAL MERCHANDISE

Phone 3492

YERMO. CALIFORNIA



ALBA GROCERY

GROCERIES. MEATS. FRESH VEGETABLES
BEER, WINE AND SOFT DRINKS



Dine at

The Half Way House

3 Miles West of Redlands

STEAKS - HAM - DINNERS

Popular Prices

Sandwiches, Cold Beer and Good Coffee

Plenty Parking Space

TED A. SMITH, Owner

Hours 8 A. M. to 2 A. M.

Highway 99 at Mountain View
Phone 9319 LOMA LINDA, CALIFORNIA



W'm. Fi NtH, Prop.



Phune 372



SAM'S CAFE

Only The Best Foods Served

at Our Lunch Room

QUALITY FOODS - CHILI AND BEANS

153 West ! Street

COLTON, CALIFORNIA



LITTLE CHEF

BREAKFAST - LUNCH DINNERS

AND SHORT ORDERS

188 West I Street
COLTON, CALIFORNIA



502 So. SULTAN



ONTARIO, CALIF.



BUD & BOB'S

COLTON LIQUOR STORE

Phone 900
225 North Eighth Street

COLTON, CALIFORNIA



TREACY 8C WALT

HAMBURGERS, CHILI AND
BEST BEER IN TOWN



301 WEST FOOTHILL BLVD



FONTANA. CALIF.



JOE AND JOE

43 East J Street
COLTON, CALIF.



January, 1948



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL



Page 59



SHERIFF HOGIN

( Continued from Page 1 3 )

Jailors, Deputies William Cowan, Charles Ridgeway
and O. M. Gastineau, George Matteson and Harsch
Bayes; Investigator Charles Ahernathy, Civil Deputy
Durvvood Simms and Special Deputy Charles Coffee.

Of the feminine employees the following are noted, all
appearing in the picture on the pages of this issue of the
Police and Peace Officers" Journal uith the excep-
tion of two:

Mrs. Lorraine Smee in the criminal department; and
Mrs. Elinor McArthur (not in picture) , Bertha Cessna
(not in picture), in the civil department; Mrs. Margaret
Gastineau, identification secretary, and Miss Edith Quinn
in charge of the "wants'" in the Identification Bureau.
The following were unable to get in the photograph:
Matrons. Mrs. Nova Davis, who is a real old timer,
having entered the service under former Sheriff George
T. Davis in 1914; and Mrs. Lucy Outland.

Deputy Jim Elliott, identification deputy, who took the
picture. He is a recent appointee after doing a long hitch
in the U. S. Army and has developed into a fine finger-
print expert.

Sheriff Hogin has resident deputies stationed around
various districts of Stanislaus count)' — Lee Wharhurton
at Salida; Ned Sullivan at Waterford; C. J. Crawford,
formerly of the Stockton Sheriff's Office, at Wesley, and
Riley Morse, Modesto District Airport.

The Sheriff's office has a fine two-way radio broadcast-
ing set-up. It is under the direction of Technician Ray
Gada. who built it us from the early days when that form
of communications was in the same category' as the auto-
mobile some fifty years ago. "Just a fad," they said.

Ray Gada is a young man who knows all there is to
know of this method of communication and he occupies
a high place among the members of the Northern Cali-
fornia Police Communications Association of which he
i; a charter member. He services all the Sheriff cars and
police cars.

Stanislaus is a county of some liOO square miles and
like many of the others of the i^8 counties most of it is
unincorporated and it is the duty of the Sheriff and his
force of deputies to maintain the law. Sheriff Hogin has
done this for 2 ^ years in a manner that has kept his native
county free from any crime outbreaks. Such crimes that
do occur are cleared up by arrests and convictions.

Phone 2271



CONRAD BODY SHOP

RADIATOR, FENDER AND BODY WORK.S
AUTOMOBILE REFINISHES - EXPERT WORKMANSHIP



718 1 Ith STREET



MODESTO, CALIFORNIA



Phone 4 758



A. B. TAYLOR



GRANT PISTON RINGS - MOTOR PARTS - PISTON EXPANSION

SERVICE - AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE WORK
711 ELEVENTH STREET MODESTO, CALIF.



THE CORNER STORE

Emery L. Chapman, Proprietor

FOUNTAIN - LUNCHES

and SUNDRIES



GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT

Telephone 374
402 East Sixth Street

BEAUMONT, CALIFORNIA



BEAUMONT

LIQUOR HOUSE



LIQUORS • WINES • BEER



163 East Sixth Street

BEAUMONT. CALIFORNIA



DESERT OUTPOST

Route 70-99- Junction 60 Tel. Beaumont 214

Mr. and Mrs. John Birch, Jr., Owners

Motel - Restaurant
Cocktail Lounge - '49 Museum



P. O. Box 487

BEAUMONT, CALIFORNIA



Yon are

Always Welcome

at

ONE-ONE-0 CAFE



110 Santa Fe

PLACENTIA. CALIFORNIA



Page 60



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL



January, 1948



YOU NEED

BETTER WIRING

for Today's

ELECTRILIVING

Maybe you still call your electric bill
a light bill! But when you think
about it that isn't so. This is the day
of electriliving. Every hour of the
day and night, electricity is at work in
your home. The refrigerator and the
clocks are always plugged in. Your
washing machine, iron, mixer, vacuum
cleaner, lamps, radios, heaters and
small appliances all in turn put more
electricity to work. Ordinary house
wiring designed for lighting cannot
deliver full electric power for these
many electric servants in the home.
Modern electriliving calls for Ade-
quate wiring . . . and that means larger
size wire (at least number 12), and
plenty of circuits and switches to carry
the working load. Insist on Adequate
Wiring when you remodel or build a
new home.

See Your Electrical
Contractor or




PJ 101148



MODESTO JUNK COMPANY

Dealer in

SCRAP IRON, METAL, SACKS, WOOL

A:1 Types of GOVERNMENT SURPLUS for sale, including Pipe,

Belting, Hardware, Anvils, Vises, Sleeping

Bags, Hooks, Cable, etc.



1425 NINTH STREET



Phone 546



MODESTO. CALIFORNIA



Phone 3404



TIOGA CAFE

AMERICAN AND CHINESE DISHES
QUALITY BEERS - SOFT DRINKS



1012 "H" STREET



MODESTO. CALIFORNIA



C. A. Tornell Edgar E. Tornell

TORNELL CONSTRUCTION CO.

Office and Plant 45 East S'x'h Street
Phone 185



TRACY



CALIFORNIA



Telephone 23 50



RAY'S
Laundry and Dry Cleaning



18-20 MAPLE AVENUE



WATSONVILLE. CALIF.



SHOP AT

HOLLEN'S GROCERY

Howard and Bertha Ho!len

Post Office — Greyhound Bus Depot

COLD MEATS - GROCERIES - FROZEN FOODS

DRUG SUNDRIES - BEER & WINE



Phone B.C. 426



BROOKDALE. CALIF.



JOHNNIE'S CASH STORE

J. B. Montanari

ITALIAN AND DOMESTIC FANCY GOODS - GROCERIES

FRUITS, VEGETABLES AND LIQUOR



BOULDER CREEK



CALIFORNIA



PLAY AND RELAX ai . . .

PLAYLAND
at the BEACH

Located at Ocean Beach near the historic
Cliff House and famed Seal Rocks

Home of Thrill - Provoking Rides . . . Unique Restaurants /^
Fronting the Blue Pacific . . . Oceans of Fun for Everyone!

Owned and Operated by

GEO. K. WHITNEY



January, 1948



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL



Page 61



"l



F. A. BURNHAM



GENERAL MERCHANDISE



MURRIETA, CALIFORNIA



APPLIANCES



FIXTURES



EISLEY and KRAFT
ELECTRIC CO.

Residential, Commercial and Power

Phone Covina 532-24
107 East Main Street

PUENTE, CALIFORNIA



Bill and Thelma Cafe

American Legion and D. A. V. Members Welcome

Brea's Finest

Specializing in SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN

and FRENCH FRIED SHRIMP

We also Serve

BREAKFAST - LUNCH - DINNERS and

SHORT ORDERS - TABLE SERVICE

Open 6:30 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.

108 No. Pomona Avenue
BREA, CALIFORNIA



LEE'S CAFE

On and Off Sale Liquors

of the Best Quality

Beer, Soft Drinks and Tobaccos

GOOD FOOD

Yermo (San Bernardino Co.), Calif.



BEN'S LIQUOR STORE

J. E. Kellison and Jim Cokley, Props.
Imported and Domestic

LIQUORS and WINES

Also BEER, TOBACCOS, CANDIES

and SOFT DRINKS

170 Arbor Vitae Street

INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA



GLENN M. WHITMER



ORchard 7-9738



THE BIG CANDLE CAFE



FOOD BEER
SOFT DRINKS



608 S. REDONDO BLVD.
Inglewood, California



Visit

THE SUNSET CAFE

For Good Food with Good Service
GAS, OIL and WATER

On the momitain between San Bernardino
and Victorville on Highway 66 at

PHELAN, CALIFORNIA



RAYMOND E. BURNS

GROCERY

Meats, Groceries, Fresh Vegetables
Beer, Wine and Soft Drinks

7361 Westminster Blvd.

WESTMINSTER, CALIFORNIA



Page 62



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS' JOURNAL

TULARE'S CHIEF KINDER



January, 1948



Chief Carlton S. Kinder was born in Springfield,
Missouri, June 29th, 1910, and attended school in that
city until his folks moved to Coalinga, California in 1917.
After living there for a time the family moved to Tulare
in 1922. The Chief continued his schoolmg in Tulare



in March of this year and let it be pointed out that he
needs these e.\tra men badly.

The Department has two motorcycles and two patrol
cars on duty at all times. The radio station call letters
are WPDA and the station is hooked up with Sheriff







•>«.








Chief C. S. Kinder



C.\PT. Leon Epps



ScT. Ivor Stubbs



and after graduating from high school entered the radio
business, until he joined the police force in June, 1940,
as a patrolman. Chief Kinder has held all ranks in the De-
partment and was promoted to his present position April
1, 1945. He was married to the former Alta Coffelt of
Exeter, on March 17, 19.^2. The couple have three lovely
girls named Louise, Marlene and Sharon. The oldest girl.
Louise, will enter high school this year.

At the present time there arc fifteen men on the De-
partment, although the city budget calls for seventeen
officers. The Chief will have his full complement of men



Ben Guar's office of Tulare county and the Highway
Patrol. The Patrol cars are equipped with two-way radio
but the motorcycles have only receiving sets at this time.

There is also a very efficient Juvenile Department organ-
ized in 194? and headed by Captain Epps.

Ten of the Chief's men have served with the U. S.
armed forces such as Sgt. Ivar Stubbs who served in the
Navy as a non-com and was an instructor at the San
Diego Radar school from 1942 until his discharge in 1945.

Chief Kinder has a wide variety of interests, among
them aviation. He owns and pilots his own airplane.




TULARE'S POLICE DEPARTMENT

Back row, left to right; Officers Travis Montgomery, Bill Bailey. Alvcrn E. Woolman (motorcycle), Marvin Aldridge, Captain Leon

Epps, Chief Kinder. Front row: Investigator Ro.s.<; Cochran, Sgt. Ivor Stubhs, Officers Ben Barnett, and R. L. Ray, Sgt. Karl Krell,

Lt. Lcland J. Green. Officer Clyde West, Sgt. E. D. Honk. Officers J. B. Allen and Timothy Perkins.



January, 1948



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS^ JOURNAL



Page 63



SHAFTER BILLIARDS



COCKTAILS

and
GOOD FOOD



SHAFTER (Kern County), CALIF.



LA ECONOMIC GROCERY

GROCERIES, MEATS, FRESH VEGETABLES

BEER, WINE AND SOFT DRINKS

TOBACCOS

7th and E Street WASCO, CALIF.



BERTHA'S PLACE

SERVING REAL MEXICAN FOOD
BEER. WINE AND SOFT DRINKS



749 SOUTH P STREET



TULARE. CALIF.



PILARS PLACE

POOL A.ND CLUB ROOM
BEER AND SOFT DRINKS



762 SOUTH P STREET



TULARE. CALIF.



Phone 289



MANUEL'S PLACE

BEER - WINES - LIQUORS
COOL SPOT



714 FIRST STREET



BENICI.A. CALIF.



F R A Z I E R'S

FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE STORE

Zenith Radios, Hot Point and O'Keefe & Merritt Ranges

Beautyrest Mattresses



Telephone 586



WASCO



CALIFORNIA



Phone Tulare 365

NIELSEN'S CREAMERY

DAIRY PRODUCTS & ICE CREAM

Milk - Cream - Buttermilk - In "One Trip Containers"

WHOLESALE DELIVERY — All Refrigerated Trucks



NIELSEN'S ICE CREAM

"The Test is in The Taste"

FOUNTAIN AND DRIVE-IN SERVICE



147 SOUTH -M- STREET



TULARE, CALIF.



LLOYD'S
COCKTAIL BAR

FINE FOODS

Phone 7181

914 Seventh Street

WASCO, CALIFORNIA






GREETINGS

To The

STATE POLICE & PEACE

OFFICERS' JOURNAL

THE BRUNSWICK

841 Seventh Street
WASCO, CALIFORNIA



Cecil and Mildred Berkley
/'// Meet You at



Phone 482 -J j
I



THE ROYAL
GARDEN CAFE

The Finest J^egro AJight Spot
In the San Joaquin Vallev

Featuring

SOUTHERN STYLE FOODS
Drinks — Air-Cooled Club Room



734 South P Street



TULARE, CALIF.



WHITE FRONT CAFE

BAR A.ND CLUB ROOM

THE FINEST BETWEEN FRESNO

AND BAKERSFIELD



156 SOUTH J STREET



TULARE. CALIF.



A. Renteria, Prop.



Phone 1398R



AL'S GROCERY

GROCERIES - MEATS - VEGETABLES
BEER AND WINE



SPUD CAFE



701 SOUTH P STREET



TULARE, CALIF.



SHAFTER



CALIFORNIA



Page 66



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS^ JOURNAL



January, 1948



SHERIFF LONG HAS BEST OF RADIO

f Continued from Page 1 9)

mission of four mobile channels on one repeater transmitter
with the abihty to select any one channel.

This idea is new in the police field, but has been used
for some time by the military services and the American
Telephone and Telegraph Company.

A major problem caused by hilly terrain, particularly
in the Richmond district, center of the county's popula-
tion, was also overcome by means of the repeater system.

Early operation of the station quickly disclosed a
"shadow" area in the Richmond-San Pablo district, which
prevented mobile units from reaching the Martinez home
station through the Mt. Diablo repeater because of the
intervention of the Berkeley Hills and El Sobrante Ridge.

As a result, a repeater was placed on Nichol Knob in
Richmond, which picks up mobile communications, repeats
them to equipment on Tank Farm Hill on Highway 40
near Pinole, where they are picked up and relayed by
telephone line to Martinez.

KQCE also has a standby station in cases of failure
and a mobile emergency truck transmitter. The standby
station, which is entirely independent of the parent sta-
tion, has the call letters of KRBS, which uses either com-
mercial or emergency power, the latter provided by a
gasoline engine driven generator. The same power plant
is equipped to supply emergency lights to the county jail.

The mobile transmitter truck, only recently placed in
operation, has a seven and one-half killowatt power
plant and carries the call letters KNHL The truck, with
a trailer carrying the power plant, is also equipped with
flood lights and a public address system.

The sheriffs office has complete shop facilities and lists
on its technical staff Leon Pate and Carrol Messier. Pate,
a member of the Naval Reserve, served communications

KEllog 4-1825

S. B. L. SPANGGORD & CO.

Electric Concrete Mixer for Rent - Cement - Lime and Sand

Garden Seed - Fertilizer - Feed and Fuel

loot EAST TWELFTH STREET OAKLAND 6. CALIF.

Phone 2009 Frank Chittenden, Prop.

HOME CAFE AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE

HOME OF GOOD FOOD AND DRINKS

1725 N'.AIN STREET WALNUT CREEK. CALIF



JAMES WALKER

BRICK CONTRACTOR



Telephone Richmond 314
3001 Barrett Avenue

RICHMOND, CALIFORNIA



BENNY WAGNER

Secretary-Treasurer

Bartenders and Culinary

Workers Union

Local 822



A.F.L. Labor Temple

355 Cumberland Street

PITTSBURG, CALIFORNIA



Duplex Percolator Co.

SONOMA ROCK SPRING WATER

A Full Line of Leading Brands

Imported and Domestic Whiskeys

Phone 408
49 East Second Street

PITTSBURG, CALIFORNIA



E. P. THILGEN



]

Phone 985 t



THE REX CLUB

sportsman's Center

LUNCHES
LIQUORS • WINES * BEER

75 East Third Street j

PITTSBURG, CALIFORNIA }



January. J 948



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS" JOURNAL



Page 67



aboard the submarine Flying Fish, which operated in
Japanese waters during the war. He is the owner of
"ham" station W6JUN in Martinen, while Messier op-
erate W6WJN.

Other members of the operating staff are: Mrs. Helen
Hobson of Concord, Steve Rossi of Pittsburg, and Walter
Trawick, Jim French, Wilfred O'Neill and Monroe Stin-
son of Martinez.

The services of the station, in addition to regular police
work, include city police, highway patrol and fire, weather
reports during the fire season and ambulance service.

The latter permits an ambulance driver to radio ahead
for special hospital services a patient may need. This, in
the opinion of the Concord Ambulance Service, has been
responsible for saving several lives within recent months.

Also on the KQCE beam is the county poundmaster,
who has two-way equipment and receives frequent emer-
gency calls.

Earliest records on station traffic go only as far back
as 1938. In December of that year the station handled a
total of 2,241 calls.

The daily average is now 550 calls per every 24 hours,
with 33,337 transmissions being made during the months
of last August and September. The station hit its peak
in October of 1946 with more than 19,000 transmissions.

The exact number is not known — the black line ran off
the graph before reaching that number.



CLUB OAKLAND

THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SPOT IN TOWN

Formerly Shanghai Terrace Bowl

Phone HI. 4-3767 - After 5 P. M. TW. 3-7794



42 5 TENTH STREET



OAKLAND



Phone GLencourt 1-0298



WILSON AUTO LAUNDRY



STEAM CLEANl
Motor - Chassis
32 1 TENTH STREET



N G
OAKLAND 7, CALIF.



Motor Fuels:

Gasoline, Butane, Diesel

Lubrication Service



Tire Sales and Service

Auto Supplies and

Accessories



Commercial Truck and Auto Service



Phone HIgate 4-4214
44 1 EAST EIGHTH STREET



OAKLAND



NORMAN'S— Cocktails



171 TWELFTH STREET



Norman Manha, Prop.
Phone HIgate 4-9164



OAKLAND 7. CALIF.



SEASON'S GREETINGS

RALPH W. SINRAY

JEWELER - DIAMOND RINGS

Manufacturing - Designing - Repairing - Remodeling

TWinoaks 3-2979

1428 ALICE STREET OAKLAND 12. CALIF.

Furniture Repairing, Refinishing, Remodeling, Polishing, Upholstering
Piano and Furniture Polishing. Estimates Cheerfully Submitted

E. R. HATHERLY COMPANY

HEAT-RESISTING FINISH FOR TABLE TOPS

Telephone HIgate 4-5871

120 TWELFTH STREET OAKLAND. CALIFORNIA



KAY JEWELRY CO.



1308 BROADWAY



OAKLAND



Phone 8317



Chas. Silva, Jr



ACE CLUB

MIXED DRINKS

Our Specialty Chicken and Steak Sandwiches

CHICKEN AND STEAK DINNERS BY RESERVATION

WILLOW PASS at GRANT ST. CONCORD, CALIF.



M A C'S PLACE

WINE - LIQUOR BEER

SALVIO STREET CONCORD. CALIF.

Phone 2281

PAUL BRUNELLE— ConcorJ Electric Co.

WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES

CONCORD CALIFOR NIA

Phone Benicia 284 W

STAR LAUNDRY

FIRST CLASS WORK



BENICIA



CALIFORNIA



GEORGE WOLFF

CITY DRUG STORE

PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST
Phone 34 BENICIA. CALIF.

Phone 417

THE LANTERN CAFE

CHOP SUEY - FINEST CHINESE DISHES
268 RAILROAD AVE. PITTSBURG. CALIF.

Phone 1065

HALF MOON CAFE

CHINESE AND AMERICAN FOOD

207 BLACK DIAMOND STREET PITTSBURG. CALIF.

NATIONAL DOLLAR STORE

HIGHEST IN QUALITY

LOWEST IN PRICE

329 RAILROAD AVE. PITTSBURG, CALIF.



Pho



1387



BLUE BIRD CAFE

SOFT DRINKS - BEER - WINE - MEXICAN DISHES
Maria Hernandez

46 E. SECOND STREET PITTSBURG. CALIF.



M. Vasques - Pete Vasques, Props.



Phone Pittsburg 983



EL GALLO CAFE

SPECIALIZING IN MEXICAN FOOD
BEER AND WINE

52 E. SECOND STREET PITTSBURG, CALIF.

GOLDEN GATE CLUB

FINE LIQUORS, WINES AND BEERS

COURTEOUS SERVICE

51 E. THIRD STREET PITTSBURG. CALIF.

CLUB SHANGRI-LA

PITTSBURG'S FINEST NIGHT CLUB

DANCING EVERY NIGHT

STEAKS AND CHICKEN SOUTHERN FRIED

PITTSBURG CALIFORNIA

Stationery - Greeting Cards - Gifts - Toys - Novelties

CALIFORNIA VARIETY STORE

Phone SWeetwood 8-177S
155 7 EAST 14th STREET SAN LEANDRO. CALIF.



Tony Correa



Phone Hayward 3468



OUR PLACE

FINE WINES - BEER - POOL
16401 EAST 14th ST., Ashland District. SAN LEANDRO. CALIF.



S. Ha



HANZEL AUTO BODY WORKS



Res. Phone HIgate 4-6089 ^arl H. Pence



TRinidad 2-4474



Telephone GLencourt 1-1889

Tops - Pa'nting - Towing - Radiators - Fenders

A COMPLETE COLL'S'ON SERVICE

456 23rd Street, bet. Broadway and Telegraph OAKLAND



EARL H. PENCE AND CO.

GARDEN TRACTORS SALES AND SERVICE

2 150 WASHINGTON A\E. SAN LEANDRO, CALIF.



Page 66



POLICE AND PEACE OFFICERS" JOURNAL



January, 1948



SHERIFF LONG HAS BEST OF RADIO

{ Continued from Page 19 1
mission of four mobile channels on one repeater transmitter
with the ability to select any one channel.

This idea is new in the police field, but has been used
for some time by the military services and the American
Telephone and Telegraph Company.

A major problem caused by hilly terrain, particularly
in the Richmond district, center of the county's popula-
tion, was also overcome by means of the repeater system.

Early operation of the station quickly disclosed a
"shadow" area in the Richmond-San Pablo district, which
prevented mobile units from reaching the Martinez home
station through the Mt. Diablo repeater because of the
intervention of the Berkeley Hills and El Sobrante Ridge.

As a result, a repeater was placed on Nichol Knob in
Richmond, which picks up mobile communications, repeats
them to equipment on Tank Farm Hill on Highway 40
near Pinole, where they are picked up and relayed by
telephone line to Martinez.

KQCE also has a standby station in cases of failure
and a mobile emergency truck transmitter. The standby
station, which is entirely independent of the parent sta-
tion, has the call letters of KRBS, which uses either com-
mercial or emergency power, the latter provided by a
gasoline engine driven generator. The same power plant
is equipped to supply emergency lights to the county jail.

The mobile transmitter truck, only recently placed in
operation, has a seven and one-half killowatt power
plant and carries the call letters KNHI. The truck, with
a trailer carrying the power plant, is also equipped with
flood lights and a public address system.

The sheriff's office has complete shop facilities and lists
on its technical staff Leon Pate and Carrol Messier. Pate,
a member of the Naval Reserve, served communications

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