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nel, and giving the district highly
improved service, thus guaranteeing
development similar to that of the
Richmond district due to operation
of Municipal cars.

The Bernal Cut was another great
project undertaken under the lead-
ership of Rolph to improve the high-
way system of San Francisco.

Bernal Cut is 4262 feet long,
117J/2 feet wide at the bottom, and
50 feet in maximum depth. On the
west side is a double track roadbed
of the Southern Pacific Company,
which for sixty-seven years oper-
ated a single track railroad at this
location. In the center is a double
track roadbed for a proposed Mu-
nicipal railway line. On the east side
is a forty-foot paved roadwaj^, and
an eight-foot sidewalk. There are
basalt block masonry walls, four
feet high at the bottom of the
slopes. Above the slope of each side
is an eight-foot sidewalk. The en-
tire width of the cut has been car-
ried over Bosworth Street on a con-
crete bridge costing $182,000. Ve-
hicular bridges span the cut both at
Richland Avenue and at Highland
Avenue. The cut, which is now
known as Benial Avenue, was con-
structed out of a special bond issue
for $1,400,000 authorized on June
14, 1927. Bernal Cut carries traffic
on a 2 per cent grade, against the
old elevating grade of 8 per cent on
Mission Street.

Another great highway project
completed in the progressive years
of the Rolph administration is Bay
Shore Boulevard, the important ar-
tery connecting San Francisco with
the cities to the south. Beginniner



at Potrero Avenue, halfway to Illi-
nois Street, this 100-foot roadway,
with its \2y2-ioot sidewalks, ex-
tends three miles to connect with
the State Highway.

There are many other remarkable
highways built in those great years
while Rolph served his native city
as mayor. There is the Hunters'
Point Boulevard, built in 1913, ex-
tending two miles from Third Street
to the drydocks at Hunters' Point.
There is the Junipero Serra Boule-
vard, which extends 1.8 miles from
Sloat Boulevard to the San Mateo
County line. Formerly a 25-foot
roadway, completed in 1914, this
highway has become a beautiful
boulevard 100 feet in width with
l2yi-loot walks. The Nineteenth
Avenue Extension extending 1.3
miles from Sloat Boulevard to the
Junipero Serra Boulevard at Wor-
cester Avenue, should also be men-
tioned. This roadway is 80 feet
wide and has two 10-foot walks.
Sunset Parkway, extending 2.1
miles from Sloat Boulevard to Gol-
den Gate Park, although still un-
finished, will also stand as a monu-
ment to the building genius of
Mayor Rolph.

In his work to up-buikl and aid
in the advancement of San Fran-
cisco, the reclamation of Islais
Creek for the industrial develop-
ment of the city, will be remem-
bered as a notable achievement.
This swamp, waste land, an eye-
sore and health danger to the city,
under the leadership of Rolph has
been organized into a reclamation
district and bonds have been au-
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to reclaim it by building rock bulk-
head walls and dredging sand and
mud from the bay to fill 280 acres
of the low, marshy areas. In this
district there is a potential indus-
trial land of immense value to the
progress of San Francisco.

Recognizing aviation as the fu-
ture method of travel and transpor-
tation of commerce, Rolph at an
early date showed his far-sighted-
ness when he began his work for
the building of a municipal airport
for San Francisco. After much time
spent in study of available locations
and drawing up plans suitable for
the needs of San Francisco, part of
the Mills estate was purchased by
the city and a municipal airport for
San Francisco became a fact, and
the field was dedicated on May 7,
1927. Under careful and enlight-
ened leadership of Rolph and able
work of assistants. Mills Field has
been developed to its present place
of leadership among municipal air-
ports of the countr)'.

Other remarkable municipal pro-
jects which will remain outstanding
monuments to Rolph's progressive-
ness include tbe civic center with
the beautiful city hall, the great mu-
nicipal auditorium and the public
!il>rary. set off by an artistic square
of walks, fountains and gardens.
The War Memorial, to be built in
the near future, also will be recog-
nized as bein? planned and financed
during the closing years Rolph
served San Francisco as mayor. A
new jail, to meet modern "needs, the
Golden Gate Bridge, the San Fran-
cisco-Oakland Bridge, all sponsored
and striven for by Rolph as great
necessities for the future growth of
San Francisco, were finally ap-
proved during his closing year as
mayor and will ever remain a trib-
ute to his progressiveness.



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Campaigning California by Air



By Fred Goodcell




CALIFORNIA is a big State.
geographically as well as many
other ways, but this story has to
deal only with its size, its length and
width and a bit with its terrain.

It is of record that during all the
history of the State no candidate
for Governor during an election
campaign ever visited all the coun-
ties in the State until the campaign
of 1930, and then a new record was
established.

Mayor James Rolph as a candi-
date visited every county in the
State, and he did it by making fre-
quent use of the most modern
means of transportation, the air-
plane.

During the campaign it has been
estimated that Rolph traveled 25,-
000 miles by airplane, a distance
equal to the circumference of the
earth at the equator. By virtue of
the airplane he kept appointments
that it would otherwise have been
impossible to keep. He made a



schedule more complete than had
been mapped by any other guber-
natorial candidate in all the State's
history, and he kept that schedule.
That is probably one reason why
IMayor Rolph has now become Gov-
ernor Rolph. He met the people,
they liked him. and they voted for
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ballot total proving his tremendous
popularity.

There was one day in Los An-
geles when Rolph's 'schedule was
particularly full. He had meetings
and conferences during morning and
afternoon, two meetings during the
early evening and then an address
to give before a very representative
group of women. The latter affair
meant the donning of evening-
clothes and the proverbial stovepipe
hat. He kept all these engagements
and at 11 :30 that night hoarded an
airplane for the trip to San Fran-
cisco. There was no time to
change clothes before the air trip
was started and so he made the trip,
s^lk hat and all, and he was in San
Francisco the ne.xt morning to keep
appointments there.

There was anotiier time when he
was booked into Imperial \'alley
and the schedule could be kept in
only one way— by using an air-
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when the schedule called for him to
be in Inyo and Mono counties, and
no automobile or train could get
him there on time. He went by air-
plane, he got there on time, he kept
his engagements, and the vote
shows the trip was worthwhile.

It is a political truism that our
people prefer to vote for a man they
know personally, or whom they
have at least seen and whom they
have been able to size up for them-
selves. In other words, the deserv-
ing candidate profits in accordance
with the number of people who
know him. It was Rolph's purpose
to get acquainted with everyone he
possibly could, and it was good po-
litical strategy.

I think I know Jimmie Rolph
well enough to say that he did not
use the airplane because he wanted
to do something spectacular or un-
usual. But he did want to visit
every county in the State and per-
sonally meet as many as possible of
the millions of residents of Califor-
nia. He could do this fairly well by
using railroad trains and automo-
biles, but except by using the air-
plane he could not do it completely.
So he used the airplane, not once,
but many times, for a total, we are
told, of 25,000 miles.

To the aviation industry the
avowed interest of Rolph in airplane
transportation has been particularly
gratifying. He will be California's
first Governor who has made prac-
tical use of air travel, and by his
own experience he has become ac-
quainted with the service the air-
plane can give. It is true that past
administrations have been friendl}'
to the aviation industry and they
have encouraged the progress of
airplane transportation, but no other
California Governor has learned by
practical experience how important
air travel may be.

In California there are more air-
ports, more airplane pilots, and
more airplane mechanics than in
any other state of the Union. Every
transcontinental air mail and pas-
senger line has its western terminus
in California. Many millions of dol-
lars have been invested in the avia-
tion industry in this State, and Cal-
ifornia has been rated as the most
progressive of all in the develop-
ment of air travel.

The industry must be pleased to
know that we have a flying Gov
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THE State Capitol of California
is situated in latitude 38° 34' 17"
north and 121° 29' 34" west from
Greenwich. It fronts west and is
30 feet above sea level.

The plans, which were drawn by
F. M. Butler, were selected by a
commission May 19, I860, from
seven competitive plans submitted.

Work on the foundation was com-
menced on September 24, 1860. The
cornerstone was laid with Masonic
ceremonies May 15, 1861. It was
first occupied by the governor and
state officers November 26, 1869,
and by the legislature on December
6, 1869. The cost of construction
was $2,600,000.



ST.\TE CAPITOL, SACRAMENTO

During 1906-08 the building was
remodeled at a cost of $377,925.

The statue of Columbus before
Queen Isabella, in the rotunda, was
presented to the state in 1883 by
D. O. Mills. It is the work o'f
Larkin Goldsmith Mead, an .Ameri-
can sculptor.

The mural paintings in the ro-
tunda are the work of .\rthur F.
Mathews, a California artist. They
depict historical epoch periods of
the state, which are explained by
printed panels near each section.
The work was provided by the 1913
legislature.

Dimensions

Length (greatest dimension), 320
feet.



Depth (greatest dimension), 164
feet.

Height (not including dome), 94
feet.

Elevation of ball of Capitol dome
above level of Tenth and M. streets,
247 feet.

Height ( first floor to top of ro-
tunda), 125 feet.

Size of Senate chamber, 75 x 56
feet.

Size of Assembly chamber, Th x 75
feet.

Height of .Assembly and Senate
chambers, ZbYz feet.

Area of Cajiitol Park, including
extension site, 40.2 acres.



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Sacramento Welcomes the New

Administration

Members of the Forty-ninth Session of the California Legislature and State and

Congressional Officers for 1931

Compiled by Frank C. Jordan

Secretary of State

The Forty-Ninth Session of the California Legislature Will Convene at

Sacramento, Monday, January 5, 1931



STATE OFFICERS
Governor :

James Rolph, Jr. (R) State Capitol. Sacramento

Lieutenant Governor:

Frank F. Merriam (R)....531 E. 16th St.. Long Beach
Secretary of State :

Frank C. Jordan (R) State Capitol, Sacramento

Controller :

Ray L. Riley (R) State Capitol, Sacramento

Treasurer :

Charles G. Johnson (R)... .State Capitol, Sacramento
Attorney General:

U. S. Webb (R) State Building, San Francisco

Superintendent of Public Instruction:

V'ierling Kersey

Library and Courts Building, Sacramento

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION

First District:

John C. Corbett (R) 1101 Pine St., San Francisco

Second District:

Fred E. Stewart (R) 591 40th Street, Oakland

Third District :

Richard E. Collins (R) Redding

Fourth District:

H. G. Cattell (R)

1365 N. Los Robles Ave., Pasadena

UNITED STATES SENATORS

Hiram W. Johnson (R)

Humboldt Bank Building, San Francisco

Samuel M. Shortridge (R) Menlo Park

REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS
First District:

Clarence F. Lea (D)....719 North Street, Santa Rosa
Second District:

Harry L. Englebright (R) Nevada City

Third District :

C. F. Curry (R) 2326 Third Ave., Sacramento

(Elected by "write in" process)
Fourth District:

Florence P. Kahn (R) -

2712 Webster Street, San Francisco

Fifth District:

Richard J. Welch (R) :.

978 Guerrero Street, San Francisco



Sixth District:

Albert E. Carter (R). ...552 Montclair Ave., Oakland
Seventh District:

Henry E. Barbour (R) 936 T Street, Fresno

Eighth District :

Arthur ^lonroe Free (R)

66 South 14th Street, San Jose

Ninth District :

William E. Evans (R)

625 Cumberland Road, Glendale

Tenth District:

Joe Crail (R). .649 South Arden Blvd., Los Angeles
Eleventh District :

Phil D. Swing (R) 840 Main Street, El Centre

STATE SENATORS

(Senators from odd-numbered districts were elected

in 1928)

1. H. C. Nelson (R) 1819 H Street. Eureka

2. Tames il. Allen (D) 520 Main Street, Yreka

3. Bert A. Cassidv (R) Auburn

4. R. R. Ingels (R) Potter Valley

5. Thomas McCormack (R) Rio Vista

6. Charles H. Deuel (D) 117 Broadway, Chico

7. J. M. Inman (R) McLean Building, Sacramento

8. John L. Moran (R) 1306 Butte Street. Corning

9. Will R. Sharkev (R)....931 E. Main Street, Martinez

10. W. P. Rich (R) 424 Fifth Street, Marysville

11. George C. Cleveland (R)

R. F. D. 1, Box 153, Watsonville

12. Herbert \V. Slater (D)....800 Fourth St., Santa Rosa

13. E. H. Christian (R) 1097 D Street, Hayward

14. Roy Fellom (R)..101 Alpine Terrace, San Francisco

15. \'acancy

16. Arthur H. Breed (R)

Latham Square Building, Oakland

17. C. C. Baker (R) Salinas

18. Herbert C. Jones (R)

1295 Hedding Street, San Jose

19. Tallant Tubbs (R)..1925 Gough St.. San Francisco

20. Bradford S. Crittenden (R)

145 E. Harding Way, Stockton

21. X'acancy

22. David F. Bush (R) Oakdale

23. Thomas A. Maloney (R)

341 Connecticut Street, San Francisco

24. Andrew R. Schottky (R)

243 Twenty-second Street, Merced

25. Walter H. Duval (R) Santa Paula

26. Dan E. Williams (R) Chinese Camp



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Sacramento Firms Welcome Governor James Rolph, Jr., and Wish

Success to His Administration


HENRY SCHAFER Phone Main 1208 JOHN GROTSCH

VIENNA BAKERY AND RESTAURANT

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Pastry, Daily SACRAMENTO, CALIF.


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We Manufacture Our Own Toilette Requisites

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Specialize in the Latest in Permanent Waving

Professional Work at Popular Prices

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Storage / Washing r Greasing y Repairing

See Us for Used Cars

ALMQUIST BROS., Proprietors

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Telephone Main 7855

CRUISE'S COFFEE SHOP

921 K STREET
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Layde Faire Beauty Shoppe

PERMANENT WAVING

Shampooing t Marcelling < Facials < Paper Curling

Manicuring t Bobbing

PHONE MAINE 5209

1117 10th Street


"Every Meal a Pleasant Memory"

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Across the Street from Senator Theatre


Success to Rolph and Administration

Hotel Berry Coffee Shop

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Orders taken for Parties and delivered at any time

Phone Main 2880-J

TORTOLA TAMALE CAFE

B. MAITA, Proprietor
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CAFE LA ROSA

specialists in Italian Dinners

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CAFE ESPANOL

Regular Dinners and Meals a la Carte

Greatest Care Given to Banquets

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JACK ROBERTS, Manager E. MORTARA, Chef

Best accommodations for families :: Banquets & Parties solicited

PHONE MAIN 9409

SAN CARLO CAFE

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Famous for Our Chicken, Ravioli and Steak Dinners
Also a Variety of a la Carte Dishes

806 L STREET WE CLOSE AT 1 A. M. SACRAMENTO


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1117 8th Street Sacramento, Calif.


A Courteous and Cordial Welcome to Our Next Governor
of California

MAYOR JAMES J. ROLPH, JR.

HEAIKS

LUKE W. PEART, President


Phone Main 484 Manicuring - Hair Cutting

Model Beauty Shoppe

1028 Twelfth Street, Sacramento
Permanent Ware Specialists

Marcelling * Hair Dyeing / Facial Massage r Shampooing
Hair Bleaching y Scalp Treatments


Telephone Main 3538 Separate Compartments for the Ladies

Special Chinese or American Sunday Dinner 8Sc

MARIGOLD CAFE

All Kinds of Chinese and American Dishes
Daily Lunches: Chinese 50c, American 40c
Special Dinner: Chinese or American 65c

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27. Sanborn Young (R) Los Gatos

28. Joe Rilev (R) Bishop

29. Joseph L. Pedrotti (R)

800 Rosabell Street, Los Angeles

30. Ray W. Hays (R) 3261 Balch Ave., Fresno

31. Henry E. Carter (R)-1040 Island Ave., Wilmington

32. Frank W. Mixter (R) 303 E. Palm Street, Exeter





E. H. Ziox (R.)

Assembly, 18th District

Modesto



Walter J. Little (R.)

Assembly, 56th Distri«

Santa Monica



3i3. \'acancy

34. J. I. \Vag>- (R) 1909 Second Street, Bakersfield

35. Herbert Johnston Evans ( R)

234 X. Canyon Boulevard, Monrovia

36. Ralph E. Swing (R)

California Hotel, San Bernardino

37. George W. Rochester (R)

744 S. Carondelet Street, Los Angeles

38. J. \V. McKinlev (R)

1020 Ridgedale Drive, Beverly Hills

39. Xelson T. Edwards (R)..350 S. Glassel St., Orange

40. William E. Harper (R) -

3317 First Street, San Diego



MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY



Robert F. Fisher (R) Carlotta

Henrv McGuinness (D) Dunsmuir

Jerroid L. Seawell (R)

303 Mariposa Ave., Roseville

Edwin A. ^McDaniel (.D) Los Molinos

John E. Frazier (R) Gridley

George M. Biggar (R) Covelo

Hubert B. Scudder (R)..505 S. Main St.. Sebastopol
8. Frank L. Gordon (R). -Gordon Valley, Xapa County

(P. O. Address Suisun )





William E. Harper (R.)

Senate, +Oth District

San Diego



Isaac Jones (R.)

Assembly, 73rd District

Ontario



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J. FOX FUR COMPANY

Established Since 1907

Main Store: 2341 Mission Street
Open Evenings Until 9 P. M.

Store No. 2: 4504 Mission Street
Store No. 3: 1346 Polk Street

Special attention given to remodeling and all work
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9. Charles F. Reindollar (R)

378 Forbes Avenue, San Rafael

10. Ernest C. Crowley (D) Suisun

11. Roy J. Nielsen ( r') 805 K Street, Sacramento

12. Percy G. West (R)....McLean Building, Sacramento

13. Robert P. Easley (R) 705 E Street. Antioch

14. Frank S. Israel (R) Linden

15. F. C. Clowdsley (D) 346 W. Acacia St., Stockton

16. H. E. Dillinger (D) 618 Main Street, Placerville

17. C. Ray Robinson (R) Merced

18. E. H. Zion (R) 310 Magnolia Ave., Modesto

19. Harry L. Parkman (R)

934 Rosewood Drive, San Mateo





George W. Rochester (R.)

Senate, 37th Distria

Los Angeles



Ralph E. Swing (R.)

Senate, 36th District

San Bernardino




Willis M. Baum (R.)

Assembly, 60th District

Los Angeles



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