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285 Sixth Street San Francisco, Calif.



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December



THE MUNICIPAL RECORD



29



Start the Child Right

By Martha Adams

The Best Foods Home Economics Service



THROUGH all the "seven ages of
man," the building and maintain-
ing of health and vitality depends upon
the right choice of foods. Today the
most eminent scientists are placing in
the hands of those whose responsibil-
ity it is to prepare three meals a day,
the touchstone of knowledge, teaching
us how to combine foods containing
the precious elements which build
rosy, lovable children and keep them
fit throughout life.

On a well trained appetite depends
the child's growth and endurance. The
wise mother has learned that capricious
young tastes are best educated through
food that is not too highly flavored.
The quart of milk a day, which is every
child's birthright, supplies so many of
the food elements needed for active
little bodies that great variety is not
necessary in the daily fare. If fruits
— especially oranges or tomatoes — are
eaten every day in addition to milk,
sugar, which dulls the appetite for
other foods, will not be needed nor
craved. And needless to say, a child
should have peace and quiet while he
is eating. Delicate young digestions
are easily upset by anger or fear.

Lunch Box Problem

When plenty of foods containing the
])rotectiye vitamins are provided, the
first steps have been taken to safe-
guard health. ^lothers rejoice to
learn that Xucoa takes a high place
with the dairy foods, eggs and leafy
green vegetables which supply the pre-
cious Mtamin A, which promotes lusty
growth and wards off certain eye dis-
eases. Xucoa contains \'itamin D as
well, though no food yet discovered
can take the place of sunlight as a
source of this life-giving element.
And an extra pat each day is real
health insurance for the school child.
For Nucoa's energy value too is very
high building vigor and endurance for
work and play.

The following is a menu sure to
please and typical of many more which
can be easily prepared.

Vegetable Soup in Thermos Bottle

Lettuce Sandwich with Best Foods

Mayonnaise

Nut Bread Sandwich

Rich Nucoa Cookies

Stuffed Dates

Milk

Nut Bread for Sandwiches

Sift together three times, two and a
third cups of flour, four teaspoons of



baking powder, one-quarter to one-
half cup of sugar and a teaspoon of
salt, reserving a little of the flour. This
should be sifted over one-half cup of
chopped nut meats to prevent their
sinking to the bottom of the pan. To
the.se dry ingredients add one cup of
milk, two tablespoons of melted Nu-
coa, and one beaten egg. Then beat
vigorously. Fill a well Nucoad loaf
bread pan two-thirds full and let stand
fifteen minutes in a cool place. Bake
in a moderate oven forty to fifty min-
utes reducing the temperature gradu-
ally. This recipe will make ten or
twelve sandwiches.



ONE OF CALIFORNIA'S GREAT
FOOD INSTITUTIONS



FROM a small beginning thirty-
seven years ago, the Western Meat
Company, largest of California pack-
ers, now occupies a site of many acres,
a huge plant valued into the millions
of dollars, located on the bay at South
San Francisco.

Here are prepared for the market
each week, hundreds of head of choice
cattle, calves, sheep, lambs and hogs,
under United States Government in-
spection.

Here are processed the well known
Mayrose Hams and Bacon, Golden
Gate Lard. Primrose Salad Oil, Prim-
rose Pure Pork Sausage, Arrow Short-
ening. Califene, Calinut Nut Margarin
and a host of other well known and
established food products.

The volume of the company's busi-
ness exceeds one million dollars per
month. Its products are distributed to
the trade throughout the length and
breadth of California by means of re-
frigerated car routes, refrigerated
branch houses and fast automobile
trucks.

The ^^'estern Meat Company is also
a large e.xporter of packing house
products to the Hawaiian Islands, the
Philippines and the Orient as well as
parts of Mexico and South America.

The handling of pulled and fleece
wools — hides and pelts — poultry food
and fertilizer, also contributes largely
to the company's total volume of busi-
ness.

Naturally an institution as large as
this is a big contributor to the pros-
perity and stability of this area. The
company employs a staff of nearly 9(X)
people.



Pure Food :: Excellent Service

MALLOS' GRILL

Moose Bldg. Phone MArkef 7322

1625-27 Market Street

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cigars


TOBACCO


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FERRO


263 9th Street


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Cigars Tobacco

FRANK TAVERNITI

3375 Mission Street



Transfer Cigar Shop

J. B. ROSOSCO
500 Broadway



JOE MORELLO, Propriclor

Tettphone SUTTER 8766



MORELLO'S SMOKE
SHOP



546 Broadway, near Columbus Ave-
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POLLY ANN BAKERY

22nd and Guerrero Street
Phone VAlencia 2010 SAN FRANCISCO



J. A. GASHMAN

CIGARS ' TOBACCO

1201 Fillmore Street
Phone WEST 8497



SAN FRANCISCO



CALIFORNIA



F. MOTZER



F. ERPF



H. MOTZER



EPPLER'S BAKERY

Fancy Cakes t Birthday Cakes t Wedding Cakes

Restaurant

Stores



At Geary and Larkin



Phone PRospect 2656



Stockton ai O'Farrell :: California at Hyde
Geary at Larkin



Office Phone: DAvenport 0130 Factory Phone: Mission 6930



BAYLE, LACOSTE & CO.

INCORPORATED

CALIFORNIA MARKET
444 Pine Street

Wholesale and Retail Dealers
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



Sumski, Harband and Suinski

WHOLESALE BUTCHERS
1510 Evans Avenue



GALLO PASTRY COMPANY

PHONE KEARNY 2908
1510 Stockton Street San Francisco



BRYAN PROVISION CO., Inc.

wholesale

BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE, HAM, BACON

LARD, GROCERIES

Distributors of Leader and Silver Bell Brand Smoked Meats

Telephone KEARNY 4285
87 Clay Street San Francisco



Welcome the

Greater Crystal Palace Market
To Upper Market Street

The removal of the Eighth Street Store to make way for- a
greater Public Market demonstrates to San Francisco food
buyers why 7,000,000 customers shop here yearly to save money.



HEmlock 1818

RICH PIE SHOP, INC.

"Exceptionally Good"



1086 FOLSOM STREET



SAN FRANCISCO



Phone WEST 7000
for




1047 McAllister Street



VULCAN MACARONI CO.

Manufacturers of

HIGH-GRADE ALIMENTARY PASTE

Special Attention to Country Trade
Phone DAVENPORT 5180

425-427 Broadway San Francisco, Calif.



Phone WEST 5200 Y. ISHI, Proprietor

MERRY CHRISTMAS

MATSUYA CONFECTIONERY

Importer of Japan Tea and Tea Cake

Wholesale and Retail

1699 Post Street San Francisco, Calif.



I



PHONE UNDERHILL 4251



J. BACH, Proprietor



STOP! SHOP!

1597 HAIGHT STREET



IMPORTED and DOMESTIC
DELICATESSEN AND GROCERY



SAN FRANCISCO



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SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, JANUARY-FEBRUARY, 1930



Vol. IV, Nos. 1-2




JAMES ROLPH, JR.



NATIONAL METER
COMPANY

NEW YORK CITY
Manufacturers of

WATER METERS

Since 1870
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SAN FRANCISCO
1048 Folsom Street

LOS ANGELES
645 Santa Fe Avenue



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LAUNDRY AND

DRY CLEANING

MACHINERY

XN six big manufacturing plants, cov-
ering 1,000,000 square feet of space.

The AMERICAN LAUNDRY MACHINERY CO.

produces equipment for the Laundry and Dry
Cleaning industry the world over. "American"
service representatives are stationed from Coast
to Coast.

Western Headquarters:

921 Howard Street

SAN FRANCISCO



SEATTLE




LOS ANGELES



Nurseries on Main Highway 16 Miles South
of San Francisco



J. L. PILKINGTON

Qrower
Fine Nursery Stock

Large and Complete Assortment

Ornamental Trees ^ Shrubs y Vines

Roses -f Fruit Trees < Perennials



Visitors Welcome y Plenty of Parking Space
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Vol. IV



JANUARY-FEBRUARY, 1930



Nos. 1-2



PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY

MUNICIPAL PUBLISHING COMPANY

1095 Market Street Phone Market 8438

Endorsed by Society of California Pioneers

GEO. H. ALLEN
Editor and General Manager

M. B. BOTHWELL D. T. CONROY

Business Manager Advertising Manager

Portraying clearly, truthfully and regularly, month

by month, the many things that this great City by

the Golden Gate is accomplishing.

CONTRIBUTING EDITORS

-Assessor's Office Louise ^L O'Hara

Auditor's Office J. Everett Sharp

Board of Education

D. P. Hardy and Mrs. Harriet Leaman

Board of Health Edward ^L Coffey

Board of Public Works Sid Hester

Bureau of Engineering N. A. Eckart

Bureau of Supplies Ivy Perkins Cerkel

City Attorney's Office Edmond P. Bergerot

Civil Service Commission James J. Maher

Civil Service Association Edward M. Cof?ey

Coroner's Office Jane Walsh

County Clerk Howard Gudelj

Dept. ot Electricity Joseph P. Murphy

District Attorney Henry Goldman

Engineers' Union J. L. Slater, Jr.

Exposition Auditorium James L. Foley

Fire Department Lieut. Fred Jones

Justice Courts Robert W. Dennis

Mayor's Office Edward Rainey

Municipal Railway Eugene W. Clisbee

Municipal Carmen's Union Edward D. Vandeleur

Office Employee's Assn William T. Bonsor

Parks and Museums W. M. Strother

Per Diem Men's .\ssn F. J. Ferguson

Playground Commission Veda B. Young

Principals' Association Susie A. Ward

Public Library Anne M. Farrell

Public Administrator Henry Boyen

Recorder's Office Daniel McGIoin

Registrar's Office George L. Sharp

Retirement Board John W. Rogers

San Francisco Hospital Mrs. Mae H. Noonan

Sealer of Weights and Measures Mrs. M. Dolan

Sheriff's Office W. J. Martenson

Superior Courts Henry J. McGrath

Tax Collector's Office Homer Warren

Treasurer's Office Sidney Smith



In This Issue

PAGE

Editorial — Foreword 3

San Francisco — A Poem 5

Board of Supervisors 6-10

Mayor's Office 1 1

Board of Public Works 11

Bureau of Engineering 12

Bureau of Supplies 13

Sheriff's Office 14

Public Defender's Office 14

Department of Electricity 15

Auditor's Office 16

Civil Service Commission 16

City Attorney's Office 17

Assessor's Office 17

Treasurer's Office 18

Recorder's Office 18

Public Administrator's Office 19

Tax Collector's Office 19

County Cleric's Office 20

Coroner's Office 20

District Attorney's Office 21

Department of Elections 21

Police Department 22

Weights and Measures Department 22

Board of Administration, Retirement System 22

County Welfare Department 22

Municipal Band 22

Fire Department 23

Board of Education 24

Public Library 26

Playground Department 27

Department of Public Health 28

Park Department 29

Board of Trustees, California Palace of the

Legion of Honor 30

Board of Trustees, M. H. deYoung Memorial

Museum 30

City Planning Commission 30

Adult Probation Board 30

Juvenile Court 30

Probation Committee, Juvenile Court 30

Justices' Courts 30

Public Pound 30

Law Library 30

Horticultural Department 30

Auditorium 30

Superior Court Judges 33,34,37,38

Police Court Judges _ 41

Known at the Hall 42

Mueller Company Has Interesting History 42

Directory of City Officials 45-47



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January-February



SPONSORS*


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' 1 'HE following persons and firms have


assisted and helped to make


JL possible the publication of the First Annual Municipal Blue Book


Edition of the San Francisco


"Municipal Record":


William Bateman




Herbert's Bachelor Hotel and Grill


Foster 8C Futernick




Standard Electric Time Company


H. S. Clarke, Manager, Westinghouse Air




Gaetano Bocci & Sons, Inc.


Brake Company




Union Machine Company


C. B Abbott, President, Waterworks Supply




Stephenson Construction Company


Company




Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation


Ohio Brass Company




Robert W. Jamison


Hancock Brothers




Paul Kleiber


Utah Construction Company




M.Ray


California Rock Company




Howard Automobile Company


Genfire Steel Company




Louis Boch


Fess System Company




W. A. Bechtel


Sudden Lumber Company




William Dolge


S. K. F. Industries of California, Inc.




Walsh, O'Connor 8C Company


Neptune Meter Company




California Water Service Company


The Autocall Company




A Prominent Physician


The Lawson Roofing Company




Fred L. Esola


Youdall Construction Company




Pompeii Macaroni Factory


Pacific Meter Works




Hood & Strong


Soule Steel Company




Truscon Steel Company


Steiger & Kerr Stove & Foundry Company




Palace Hotel


Empire Planing Mills




Crucible Steel Company of America


Cyclops Iron Works




C. C. W. &. H. H. Haun



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At Civic Center y San Francisco

500 ROOMS

Dining Rooms, Grill,
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Garage under same roof



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FOEEWOEID



THE story of a city is the story of the
men who have made that city. Nature
has created the wild beauty of the world.
Man has made the cities. Grotesque or
beautiful, forbidding or charming, cold or
open-hearted, the cit\' is the complete ex-
pression of the men who have lived in it,
believed in it, and built it.

San Francisco is named the world over
as the city of delight. London, Paris, New
York and San Francisco have as distinct
personalities as have actual people. To
the world traveler, San Francisco is a
never to be forgotten place. To the citizen
of long-time habitation, San Francisco is an
actual entity, to be loved and yearned for,
and to mean home, forever, however far the
ways of life may take one. Poets and artists
have strewn the world with replicas of the
charm of the city. Writers have recorded
the exploits of her people in every lan-
guage.

WE are on the brink of a new era.
Scholars have long predicted a new
century of civilization in the West. Now
they are saying that San Francisco is the
logical city in which to concentrate the
essence of the modern world, and to be the
focal point of culture and commerce. Our
problem is to provide for this new distinc-
tion. We must have leaders able to direct
our great projects. We must have "men to
match our mountains." With leadership
we can take our proud place in the van of
the cities of the future. In the hands of the
men we choose to be our civic leaders lies
the fate of the cit\\ We have given them
a great trust. We should give them a might\'
support in their undertakings, if they are
to accomplish the best of which they are
capable.

By necessitv in a great city, the personnel
of the government is unknown, save by hear-
say and the printed word, to most of the
citizenry. Men are elected, serve and pur-
sue their duties that the wheels of the gov-
ernment shall go on, without much contact
with the larger number of the people. Cen-
sure is more common than praise, often-



times, for it is human nature to scold, rather
than to recognize excellence. Public offi-
cials must sacrifice their private affairs,
must submit themselves to possible criticism
and questioning, must give their very best
wisdom and experience to the solving of the
problems of the complicated business of
managing a city. It is a small return that
their sincere work for the rest of us should
be rewarded by understanding and belief in
their efforts.

A CITY must rise or fall on the calibre
of its leadership. A great city will call
men of high standards to its places of power
and will help them in every way to realize
their mighty dreams. San Francisco has
always been fortunate in the possession of
fearless men who loved her, and who were
willing to stake their lives and their for-
tunes on her future.

When all the courageous youth of the
world flocked here in the first days of the
Gold Rush of '49; when the tide of empire
turned westward after the Civil War; when
the city rose from its ruins more beautiful
than ever in 1908; when the dream citv of
the Exposition bloomed in fairy delight for
the world to wonder at in 1915; in all these
days San Francisco had great-hearted lead-
ers. Here on the edge of the Pacific, be-
yond plains and mountains, we have builded
one of the great cities of the world. In our
hands and in the hands of the leaders we
trust with the task, lies the glorious image
of San Francisco of tomorrow.

THE history of the next years will be
made by the men whose pictures are
printed in this issue of S.\X Fr.AN'CISCO
MuxiciP.AL Record. Some of them will be
famous national figures when the tale is
told. Some may achieve international note
with the passing of time, for the sons of San
Francisco are known in far climes. But
whatever they may accomplish hereafter,
certain it is that they will remember with
tenderness and pride their time of service
to that most charming of cities, SAN
FRANCISCO.



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January-February



LYBRAND, ROSS BROS.
& MONTGOMERY

ACCOUNTANTS and AUDITORS



New York

Philadelphia

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Boston

Newark



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Offices

Baltimore

Washington

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San Francisco
Los Angeles
Portland
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Berlin



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economic life.

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tribution and brokerage.



FRANKLIN FLICK
& COMPANY

Investment Securities

RUSS BUILDING SAN FRANCISCO

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SAN DIEGO



THE SAN FRANCISCO BANK

SAVINGS COMMERCIAL

INCORPORATED FEBRUARY tOTH, 1868 .-v*n'i™.ir.,-.«».

One of the Oldest Banks in California,
the Assets of which have never been increased
by mergers or consolidations with other Banks

MEMBER ASSOCIATED SAVINGS BANKS OF SAN FRANCISCO

526 CALIFORNIA STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

yi„ela— DECEMBER 31st, 1929

United States Liberty and Treasury Bonds and Certificates, State, Municipal
and Other Bonds and Securities (total value $39,890,354.10), standing on

books at $37,559,138.29

Loans on Real Estate, secured by first mortgages 67,774,051.61

Loans on Bonds and Stocks and other Securities 1,855,242.04

Bankers' Acceptances in accordance with State Bank Act 1,209,735.96

Bank Building and Lots, main and branch offices (value over $1,925,000.00),

standing on books at 1.00

Other Real Estate (value over $308,000.00), standing on books at 1.00

Pension Fund (value over $670,000.00), standing on books at' 1.00

Cash on hand and in Banks and checks on Federal Reserve and other Banks 17,190,214.33

Total $125,588,385.23

Liabilities —

Due Depositors $120,138,385.23

Capital Stock actually paid up 1,000,000.00

Reserve and Contingent Funds 4,450,000.00

Total $125,588,385.23

GEO. TOURNY, President
WILLIAM HERRMANN,

Vice-President and Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 31st day of December, 1929.

^(SEAL) O. A. EGGERS, Notary Public.

A Dividend to Depositors of FOUR AND ONE- QUARTER (4K) per cent per
annum was declared, Interest COMPUTED MONTHLY and COMPOUNDED

QUARTERLY,
AND WHICH MAY BE WITHDRAWN OUAI«rERLY

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San Francisco's Beautiful City Hall



SAN FRANCISCO



By Milton S. Ray



Official Poem, Sesqui-Centennial Celebration. Copyright by Milton S. Ray, 1927.



WHEN far along wild waters lone,
That ceaseless and pellucid brawled
Down their steep Sierran vale,
Dream-enchanting, fair-haired Gold
Called to the venturous heart of man,
Called so alluringly, called and called, —
There came an endless, answering tread
Where savage ways in silence led.
Dim in the dust-clouds, creaking rolled
The hundred-eyed, slow caravan.
And far through solitary seas were blown
The endless answering sail.

BESIDE a gulf in the sunset sky,
Lone Mission Dolores long had stood,
'Mid her lupine-fields and dwarf-oak wood



And "mid the fragrance of many a bloom
Where the pollened bee would cradled sleep.
And now from her bold, fair hills and sandy

sweep,
Where the sea-born tides go swinging by.
And inland waters surge to the sea.
The valiant town of the miners sprung —
Romantic, golden, rough, carefree.
And not a whit they cared.

That conquering crew who'd fought and dared.
When a fleet, deserted, idly swung
At anchor in the land-locked bay.
Their wild hopes knew but the transient day;
Yet the prophets saw, where far clouds hung,
The vision of a future empire loom
Immeasurable in its destiny.



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January-February



BOARD OF SUPERVISORS



Meets Every Monday at 2 P. M., City Hall
JOHN S. DUNNIGAN, Clerk to Board



Telephone: UNderhill 8500

JOHN W. ROGERS, Chief Assistant Clerk



STANDING COMMITTEES



Airport and Aeronautics — Spaulding. Peyser, Miles.
Meets first and third Fridav of each month ; Room
228, City Hall.

Auditorium — Hayden. Canejja, Colman. Meets in Civic
-Auditorium at call of chairman.

Civil Service — Havenner. McSheehy, Rossi. Meets in
Room 151. City Hall, at call of chairman.

Education, Parks and Playgrounds — McSheehy, Suhr.
Andriano. Meets in Room 227, City Hall, at call of
chairman.

Finance — Rossi, Power, Hayden. Meets in Room 228.
City Hall, each Friday afternoon.

Fire — Canepa, Peyser, Toner. Meets in Room 227, City
Hall, every two weeks on Thursday afternoon.

Industrial Development and City Planning — Gallagher,

-Stanton. Hayden. Meeting room and date not as yet

decided-
Judiciary — Suhr. .Xndriano. Roncovieri. Meets in Room

227. City Hall, at call of chairman.
Lighting, Water and Telephone Service and Electricity

— Stanton. McGovern. -Shannon. Meets in K<x>m 222,

City Hall, at call of chairman.




SUPERVISOR SYLVESTER A-\DRIANO
Chairman, Police and Licen«e> Committee; Member, Educa-
tion, Parlit and Playgrounds Committee, Judiciary Coaunittee.



Municipal Concerts and Public Celebrations — Roncoi

vieri. Colman. Toner. ^^leets at call of chairman

Meeting room not as yet decided-
Police and Licenses — .Andriano. Shannon, McGoveru

Meets in Room 227 on the first Friday in each

month.
Public Buildings and Lands — Shannon, Rossi, Suhr

Meets in Room 228 City Hall, every other Tuesdaj

afternoon.
Public Health — Toner. McSheehy, Roncovieri. Meet

in Room 227. City Hall, at call of chairman.
Public Utilities — Colman. Spaulding, Havenner. Meet

in Room 228, City Hall. Meeting date not as yel

decided-
Public Welfare and Publicity — Peyser, Spaulding

Miles. Meets in Room 228, City Hall. Meeting dati

not as yet decided.
Streets and Tunnels — Power, Canepa. Gallagher. Meet)

in Room 228, City Hall, every other Thursday

afternoon.
Supplies — Miles, Stanton. Power. Meets in Room

City Hall, everj' Wednesday morning at 10:30-
Traffic — McGovern. Havenner, Gallagher. Meets ii

Room 227, City Hall, at call of chairman.



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SUPERVISOR VK-IOR J. C A.Mf'A

Chairman, Fire Committee; Member, Auditorium Committee,

Streets and TuooeU Committee.



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SUPERVISOR FRANK J. McGOVERN,

Chairman, Traffic Committee; Member, Lighting, Water,

Telephone Service and Electricity Committee, Police and

Licenses Committee.




SUPERVISOR JAMES B. McSHEEHY
Chairman, Education, Parks and Playgrounds Committee;
Member, Civil Service Committee, Public Health Committee.




SUPERVISOR CARL W. MILES,

Chairman, Supplies Committee; Member, Airport and



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