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250



THE MUNICIPAL RECORD



August



Anglo- CaliforniaTrust Cq

COMMERCIAL SAVINGS TRUST BOND SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENTS



Branch

Market &
Market & Ellis
Geary Street &
Twentieth Ave.



Banks yrrhe Ciiy ^Wide Banki

^ J°"^* MAIN BANK

Market & Sansome Streets

Montgomery & Sacramento Streets



Branch Banks

Mission & 16th

Fillmore & Geary

Third & 20th

101 Market



NINE COMPLETE BANKS IN SAN FRANCISCO



COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE



How Canada is solving the liquor question will be
discussed in City Hall circles soon when Deputy
County Clerks W. J. Greely and Eugene Lacey return
from their annual vacation. Greely and Lacey selected
the various provinces of Canada for their vacation visit
this year. They went together, and, it is reported, will
return toerether.



Al Walcott, Deputy County Clerk, Mrs. Walcott and
Almon Walcott Jr. are spending their annual vacation
in Oakland.

"A change of climate was ordered for the baby," said
Walcott, "so we decided on Oakland."



Charles Winter, Deputy County "Clerk, almost be-
came a famous personage. Had his wife's sister-in-law
not decided to come to San Francisco from Martinez
the other day, Winter would be known as a distant
relation of the world's champion tree sitter of all time.
But Mrs. Margaret Heine, Pacheco Road, Martinez,
came to San Francisco to visit Mrs. Winter, and as a
result Mrs. Heine's son's chances of being declared the
world's best in the way of tree perchers were lost.
Earl Heine, 11, had sat in a tree in the Heine back yard
for three weeks. He refused all invitations on the part
of his mother to come down. Just wouldn't think of
it, he said, until he had hung up, or sat up, a record.

Then Mrs. Heine thought up a scheme. She decided
to visit Mrs. Winter.

Two hours after Mrs. Heine arrived in San Fran-
cisco her son called on her. The refueling ship had
failed. Another world's championship had been lost.



POLICE DEPARTMENT PERSONALS



Members of the San Francisco Police Department
have issued a statewide challenge that Lieutenant John
T. ("Fitz") Fitzhenry and Sergeant William ("Bill")
Armstrong are the oldest in years and have the longest
record of continuous service of any active California
police officers.

Fitzhenry, 73 years, of 551 Grove Street, has spent
nearly half a century on the local police force, now
serving his forty-ninth active year. He is detailed to
the chief's office and is considered to be one of Chief of
Police William J. Quinn's most able men. Fitzhenry
was appointed to the force May 11, 1882, at the age of
25, becoming sergeant in January, 1900, and lieutenant
Novemljer 10, 1910. He is an expert on extradition
proceedings.

Detective Sergeant Armstrong of 2786 Sacramento



Street is 79 years of age and has served one year less
than Fitzhenry. Armstrong serves on the "bad check"
detail and is considered an authority in that line. He
went on the force January 31, 1883, and was promoted
to detective sergeant July 1, 1903.

Both have served under ten different police chiefs,
and although the retirement age is 65, neither have a
thought of retiring for a long time to come. Both
officers are married and by a coincidence each has two
daughters. j



ARMSTRONG INDUSTRIAL HOSPITAL



At the corner of Third and Brannan streets, in the
heart of the city's throbbing industrial life, is situated
one of San Francisco's most valued establishments. At
this corner the modern and fully equipped industrial
accident hospital, operated under the skilled supervision
of Dr. A. C. Armstrong, is located. i

After five years of industrial accident practice in thei
South of Market district the great need of such am
establishment to serve the mass of industrial workers!
there was firmly impressed in Dr. Armstrong's mind.j
As a result the hospital was built and was opened t'
the public in July, 1920. No expense was spared ti
make this plant one of the finest industrial acciden
hospitals in the country. Here medical attention ol
the highest type is given with utmost speed at all timesj

In the person of Dr. Armstrong one finds a highly'
capable and specialized director of such an important
project. He served three years with the medical unit
of the British army in the World War and was deco-
rated by both the British and French governments for
his outstanding efficiency and effective service in caring
for wounded soldiers.

Following the war Dr. Armstrong devoted twf
years to research study in the universities of Londoi
and Vienna. In London he made a careful study of thi
Parnell system as successfully employed in the indus-
trial activity of Great Britain. This personal investi-
gation of the Parnell system has made possible active
cooperation between forward-looking employers of San
Francisco and Dr. Armstrong in adapting the Parnell
system to meet their individual needs. In this way
Dr. Armstrong's hospital has been the means of con-
tinual improvement in efiiciency and safety in industry
among the industrial plants of San Francisco.

Besides intensive experience over a period of years,
and exceeding professional knowledge Dr. Armstrong
has offered the employers of the South of Market area
a broad and comprehensive grasp of their needs in
maintaining the efficiency of their workers and in elim-
inating all possible health hazards, so necessary in (
these times of internal reorganization in production.



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226 Sansome Street San Francisco, California

Freight and Passenger service to alt ports on the West Coast
of Mexico. Sailings every 18 days



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JAME ROLPH III, President



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Pier 25 DArenporl 5087



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COMPANY



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SAN FRANCISCO



P. J. SEALE & COMPANY

Cargo Surveyors and Appraisers

311 California Street Telephone GArfield 5416

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA



AETNA INSURANCE CO.
WORLD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO.

Marine Insurance Department

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Frank Williams

The best in Cigars, Tobacco and Candies

2 Qay Street

1798 Geary Street, near Fillmore



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Steel and Iron WorkeTs

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Swedged Nipples
Shackles. Sling Chains, Timber Hooks, Cargo
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Metal Work of All Kinds
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Enamel, Glass and Marble Mosaic
Mantels and Terrazzo

1216 Powell Street

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.

John Pellegrini Phone KEarny 6919



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Progreso

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JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL



(Continued from Page 246)

parts, a boys' and girls' gymnasium.
Each section has a floor space of
fifty-five by seventy feet, and a bal-
con}' seating 200 persons. There is
a folding partition between the two
which can be opened to make a
single floor space, suitable for af-
ternoon dances and other school and
civic functions. The gymnasiums
have the necessary offices and store
rooms, and lockers and showers to
accommodate all pupils. The gym-
nasiums are completely equipped
with necessary apparatus for indoor
gymnastics and sports.

The fourth unit is a steel frame
auditorium with facilities to accom-
modate 900 persons. There is also
a stage suitable for presenting plays
and dramatics of all types.

The building is heated by low
pressure boilers giving direct steam
radiation.

Behind the school building there
is a large play area with concrete
and asphalt surface. The space has
several basket ball courts for the
use of pupils.

The Park Presidio Junior High
School will accommodate 1600
pupils.

The Roosevelt Junior High
School, accommodating 1200 pupils,
is located on Arguello Boulevard
north of George Street. The ex-
terior is of common birck in texture
design to fit the architecture of the
surrounding buildings. The archi-
tects were Miller and Phflueger and
the contractors Jacks and Irvine,
both outstanding San Francisco
firms. The walls and floors are of
re-enforced concrete, and the build-
ing is entirely fireproof. All the class
rooms, floors and corridors are
covered with battle ship linoleum,
while those in the shops are of ce-
ment, and in the gymnasium of
maple.

In facilities the two junior high
schools are almost identical, and
both have the four units, namely,
the academic building, the shops,
the gymnasium, and the auditorium,
as described above. The academi-
cal unit in the Roosevelt School has
the same rooms as the Park Pre-
sidio. The shops have the same
high grade equipment but is divided
into only four sections, by combin-
ing the woodworking departments
to one section and in the same way
the electric and machine shops. The
cafeteria in the Roosevelt building
is located in the main academic unit
and will accommodate 250 pupils.
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SANDING

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Better Photographs

. . . Portraits in Oil and Water Colors . . .

1317 Stockton St., nr. Broadway* San Francisco

Se Habla Espanol Si Porta Itatiano

We specialize in Bridal Photographs



A. ESMIOL G. CHECCHI E. ESMIOL

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Telephone GARFIELD 2162

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HOTEL DE ESPANA

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781-785 Broadway

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ASBESTOS COMPANY
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Asbestos Pipe and Boiler Coverings

"If it is made of Asbestos, we have it."

GARFIELD 3056

475-477 Stevenson Street



Compliments of

GREEN STREET
THEATRE

63 1 Green Street



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GRayitonc 6496



Wholesale Sf Retail



Miller's Tamale Parlor

Tatnales, Enchiladas
Mexican Dishes



1825 Polk Street, Near Washington St.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



Complimenis of

GEARY GARAGE

Parking Space in Our

GARAGE AND SERVICE

FIRST CLASS REPAIRING

Oils and Gasoline Monthly Storage Rates

Fillmore 2848 Open All Night

George C. Faprell. Prop.



2229 Geary Street



San Francisco, Calif.



Trade is Built on Quality and Quality Holds It

Frank's Fine Sausage and
Luncheon Meats

are
"For Those Who Want the Best"

Frank Food Co.

974 Howard Street San Francisco

PHONE SUTTER 2597



CHARLES J. SIMON, M.D.

701-2 Elkan Gunst Building
323 Geary Street

San Francisco

Office, GArfield 4886 Residence, SUner 5700
Etnergency, MArkel 2100



Phone DElaware 3680




Pacific Coast Dairy




Quality Milk and Cream




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Wholesale and Retail




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CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS
Special Coaching Courses

In the past eight years 95 % of my applicants
were successful. Thorough drills in all subject:.

MABEL BOX, Teacher

Graduate San Jose State Teachers' College

512 Van Ness Avenue. Apt. 202
Pot infonnatlon. Phone HEmlock 7675, 6 to 7 p.m.



W. H. CRIM, JR., PASSES

W. H. Criin Jr., one of San Fran-
cisco's outstanding architects, died
July 12, at the age of 51. The de-
ceased was a native of San l'>an-
cisco and was educated in the puh-
\\c schools here. He was a grad-
uate of Lick School of Mechanical
Arts and of the University of Cali-
fornia.

On completion of his education
Crim was eniiiloyed for several




W. H. CRIM, JR.

N'ears in the office of Percy and
Hamilton, architects. Following
this he accepted a position as head
draftsman in the firm of Lewis-
Pope Company.

In 1906, together with M. P. Scott,
he formed the firm of Crim &
Scott, which ser\ed the public for
five years. He then bought out
.Scott and the firm of W. H. Crim
Jr. was formed, which has continued
to the ]5resent. With the death of
Crim the firm will do business un-
der the name of Crim, Resing and
M'Guinness. Some of Crim's out-
standing achievements as an archi-
tect are the new El Capitan Theater,
the Park Presidio School, and the
Si.xtli Church of Christ Scientist.

.■\mong the organizations to which
Crim belonged are the Shrine, the
Bohemian Club, the Olympic Club
and the Commercial Club.

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MAJORI

BRAND BUTTER

PURE PASTEURIZED

Churned Fresh Daily from Pure

Pasteurized Cream

MAJORI CREAMERY

1629-1631 Haight Street
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



PHONE MARKET 8301

George Windeler Co., Ltd.

Manufacturers of

WOOD TANKS AND MILL WORK
8th and Hooper Streets
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



Phone MArkel 2898

Hub Restaurant

1684 Market

16th Street Restaurant

NIELSEN BROS. 6/ KRAUSE

A Place for a Good Meal

3027 16th Street Near Mission



Phone WAInut 4791



Free Delivery



J. ONORATO

Choice

POULTRY AND MEATS

1454 Fillmore Street San Francisco



Phone WEst 1303

WM. C. UHTE

Motor Body

BUILDING / REPAIRING

1375 Eddy Street

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA



DAvenport 1089 Res. Phone BAyvicw 7448

J. BOGE

CIGARS AND TOBACCO
9 Market Street Res. 288 8th Avenue



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BILLIARD PARLOR

1568 Haight Street



Phones: BAyview 3800-01-02

LOUIS N. PETER

Buick Automobile Repairing and Service

3953-3955 Geary Street

Cor. Fourth Avenue

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

Oiling and Greasing of All Makes of Automobiles

General Automobile Repairing



Compliments of



THEO'S SMOKE
SHOP



151 Mason



GARFIELD 9640



Midnight Sun Cafe

BEST MEALS IN TOWN

Quality and Service

220 Etnbarcadero Street
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



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FOR

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— World's War Veteran



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PHILCO for RADIO

Service Radio Electric Co.

525 Clement Street San Francisco, Calif.



Phone WEst 4633



Established 1898



Joseph F. Hotter

Manufacturer of
WINDOW SHADES



1540 Fillmore Street



San Francisco



SANTA MARIA BROS., Props.
Phone DAvenport 2440

NEW FILIPINO
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY

Capable Filipino or Chinese Help for
Hotels, Restaurants, Families, etc.



606 JACKSON ST.



SAN FRANCISCO



JULIUS S. GODEAU, INC.

\1 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco

Phone MArket 0711

OAKLAND - STOCKTON

Complete Mortuary Service at a Cost Within
Your Means

Our understanding service lightens
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Gas dC Oil f Free Crank Case Service
"Where Service Is Paramount"

BILL NUTTER'S

Visitacion Valley Service Station
Visitacton and San Bruno Avenue

REST ROOM





Pure Food


: Excellent Service






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Phone MArket


7322




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DIRECTORY

Departments and City Officials
San Francisco



MAYOR, JAMES ROLPH, JR.
Room 200, City Hall
Telephone: MArket 0163
EDWARD RAIKEY, Executive Secretary.
WILLIAM A. SMITH, Assistant Secretary.

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Meets Every Monday at 2 p. m.. City Hall
Telephone: UNderhill 8500

SYLVESTER AXDRIANO. 550 Montgomery Street

VICTOR J. CANEPA, 753 Pacific Avenue.

JESSE C. COLMAN, 211 Montgomery Street.

ANDREW J. GALLAGHER, 606 Grant Building.

FRANCK R. HAVEXXER. 235 City Hall.

J. EMMETT HAYDEX, 162 Fifteenth Avenue.

FRAXK J. McGOVERX, 1063 Geneva .■\venue.

JAMES B. McSHEEHY, 137 Chfford Terrace.

CARL W. MILES. 500 Sansome Street.

JEFFERSOX E. PEYSER, Mills Building.

JAMES E. POWER, 98 Twelfth Street.

ALFRED ROXCOVIERI, 2450 Vallejo Street.

ANGELO J. ROSSI, 123 Kearny Street.

WARREN SHAXXOX, 509 Sansome Street.

E. J. SPAULDIXG. 1251 Francisco Street.

WILLIAM P. ST.\XTOX, Claus Spreckels Building.

FRED SUHR, 2919 Mission Street.

DR. J. M. TOXER, 3197 Sixteenth Street.

JOHN S. DUXXIGAX, Clerk.

STANDING COMMITTEES

'Airport and Aeronautics — Spaulding, Peyser, Miles.

Auditorium — Hayden, Canepa. Colman.

Civil Service — Havenner, McSheehy, Rossi.

Education, Parks and Playgroimds — McSheehy, Suhr, .\ndriano.

Finance — Rossi, Power. Hayden.

Fire — -Canepa, Peyser, Toner.

Industrial Development and City Plamiing — Gallagher, Stanton,
Hayden.

Judiciary — Suhr, Andriano, Roncovieri.

Lighting, Water and Telephone Service and Electricity — Stan-
ton, McGovern. Shannon.

Municipal Concerts and Public Celebrations — Roncovieri, Col-
man. Toner.

Pohce and Licenses — .\ndriano. Shannon. McGovern.

Public Buildings and Lands — Shannon. Rossi, Suhr.

Public Health — Toner, McSheehy, Roncovieri.

Public Utilities — Colman, Spaulding, Havenner.

Public Welfare and Publicity — Peyser, Spaulding, Miles.

Streets and Tunnels — Power, Canepa, Gallagher.

Supplies — Miles, Stanton, Power.

Traffic — McGovern, Havenner, Gallagher.

HORTICULTURAL COMMISSIONER

Room 302, City Hall

Telephone: UNderhill 8S00

DUDLEY MOULTOX. Horticulturist. 2-U California Street.

BUREAU OF SUPPLIES

Room 276, City Hall
Telephone: UNderhill 8500
LEONARD S. LE.WY, Purchaser of Supplies.

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS

Room 251, City Hall
!eets Wednesday, 1:30 p.m., Monday and Friday, 10:30 a. m.
Telephone: UNderhiU 8500
TIMOTHY A. REARDOX, President, Citv Hall.
CHARLES E. ST.\XTOX, Commissioner, City Hall.
■REDERICK W. MEYER, Commissioner, City Hall.
IDNEY J. HESTER, Chief Deputy Commissioner and Sec-
retary, Room 255, City Hall.



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225 Eleventh Street San Francisco

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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY (Continued)



HORACE B. CHAFFEE, Photographic, blue printing, and
photostat department.

BUREAU OF ENGINEERING

Room 357, City Hall

Telephone: UNder hill 8500

M. M. O'SHAUGHNESSY, City Engineer, Room 357, City Hall

L. T. McAFEE, Chief Assistant Engineer, Room 357, City Hall.

CLYDE E. HEALY, Second Assistant Engineer, Room 357,

City Hall.

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS
Eleventh and Bryant Streets
Telephone: UNderhill 2503
M.\RTIN T. TIERNEY, Superintendent.

BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE
Room 264, City HaU
Telephone: UNderhill 8500
CHARLES H. SAWYER, .Acting City Architect and Super-
intendent.

BUREAU OF BUILDING INSPECTION
Room 273, City Hall
Telephone: UNderhiU 8500
JOHN B. LEONARD, Superintendent.

BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS

Room 269, City Hall
Telephone: UNderhiU 8500
JOHN P. H.\NNAN, Superintendent.

STREET REPAIRS DEPARTMENT
Eleventh and Bryant Streets
Telephone: MArket 0243
PRESTON W. KIXG, Superintendent.

SEWER REPAIRS DEPARTMENT
Eleventh and Bryant Streets
Telephone: MArket 0393
JOSEPH C. LINEHAN, Superintendent.

STREET CLEANING DEPARTMENT
Eleventh and Bryant Streets
Telephone: UNderhill 8500
PETER J. OWEN, Superintendent.

MUNICIPAL RAILWAY
2600 Geary Street
Telephone: WEst 0191
FREDERICK BOEKEN, Superintendent.
EUGENE W. CLISBEE, Assistant Superintendent.

EXPOSITION AUDITORIUM
Larkin and Grove Streets
Telephone: UNderhill 5511
JAMES L. FOLEY, Superintendent.

MILLS FIELD

SAN FRANCISCO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT

San Bruno

Telephone : D Avenport 3824

CAPT. ROY N. FR.ANCIS, Superintendent.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY
Room 205, City Hall
Telephone: UNderhill 8500
RALPH W. WILEY, Chief.

GORDON C. OSBORNE, Assistant Chief, 264 Golden Gate
Avenue. Telephone UNderhill 8000.

BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS
Room 2, City Hall. Meets Mondays, 7 :30 p. m.
Telephone: UNderhill 8500
WILLIAM A. SHERM.AN, President, 1365 Battery Street.
P. W. MEHERIN, 433 California Street.
ALFRED EHRMAN, 546 Third Street.
CESARE RESTANI, 798 Geneva Avenue.
FRANK T. KENNEDY, Secretary, Room 2, City rtaii.
CHARLES J. BRENNAN, Chief Engineer, Room 2, City Hall;

Office Hours: 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon, daily.
FRANK P. KELLY, Fire Marshal, Room 2, City Hall; Office
Hours, 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m.

BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS

HaU of Justice, Kearny and Washington Streets; Regular

Meeting, Monday, 7:30 p. m.

Telephone: D Avenport 2020

THEODORE J. ROCHE, President, Humboldt Bank Building.



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KEarny 4852



825 Folsom Street



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825 Folsom Street
SAN FRANCISCO

TELEPHONE KEARNY 4850



ARTHUR A. GOEPP, INC.

GLASS

Shatter Proof Glass 1 Health-Ray Glass
Bullet Proof Glass



70 Twelfth Street



San Francisco



MArket 0498



HARRY M. SEELY



Phone SUTTER 1431



J. T. CONWAY



WESTERN FURNACE & CORNICE CO.

Sheet Metal Cornices, Skylights, Marquises, Ventilating

Kalamein Doors, Copper and Bronze Entrance Doors

Underwriters' Fire Doors, Puttyless Skylights



Online LibrarySan Francisco (Calif.). Board of SupervisorsThe municipal employee (Volume v.3 (Jan. - Sept. 1929)) → online text (page 68 of 84)