t he San Trancisco
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE SAN FRANCISCO POLICE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION
To Promote the Efficiency and Good Name of the San Francisco Police Department and its Members
Member of COPS—California Organizotion.of Police & Sheriffs
VOL.8 SAN FRANCISCO, APRIL 1977 204 NO.4
CITIZEN FIVE-MILE RULE GOES TO COURT
POA A TTORNE Y
AWARD SOLOMAN FILES PASSES 3T01
by Frank Williams by Jack Ballen tine
On Tbursday, March 3, 1977, my good friend, Mr.
Ed Voskanian, received the "Citizen of the Year by Paul Chign ell The assessment for Federal Litigation and our
Award" from Mayor George Moscone. Our Police Legislative Program has passed a membership election
Commission had chosen Ed to receive this coveted After extensive legal research, the law offices of by a wide margin. In fact, of those who voted, almost
award from a field of 15 other candidates who had also Stephen Warren Solomon has filed a lawsuit attacking 75% voted yes.
assisted policemen in the recent past. the current five mile residency limit for police officers.
All constitutional steps have now been complied with
Voskanian's feat consisted of physically tackling an In November 1974 the voters of California, after the - Board of Directors meeting and vote (unanimous),
announcements in our newspaper the POLICEMAN
armed gunman who was twice Ed's size. This particular initiative process, amended the state constitution to
and a full secret ballot vote of the membership. As soon
gunman had his gun on Officer Al Maracci; the suspect allow public employees to reside anywhere they pleased. as possible, we will be implementing the assessment
was threatening to shoot Al. With total disregard for The amendment also provided that local governmental ($5.00 per pay period for 20 periods) through the city
his own safety, Ed hit the gunman with a flying tackle, agencies could force their employees to reside within a controller's office. Remember this assessment will be
knocking the suspect to the ground. With this new lease reasonable distance of the particular jurisdiction. tax deductable and you will have a record of it.
on life, Maracci disarmed the suspect. The struggle
continued with it culminating in Maracci shooting the San Francisco adopted a 30 air mile limit which was We need these monies to carry on the Federal suit
suspect. accepted by the employees of the City and County. very much and in light of recent moves by the
Soon, the Board of Supervisors amiendled that or- Department -and Commission, I think we made a wise
dinance to provide for 30 land miles because of the choice in appropriating these monies. It appears now
celebrated case of Brother Larry Manwiller who moved that the city position is almost out in the open at last.
The city is not interested in any of these human issues
Then came Supervisor Dorothy von Beroldingen with regarding this case nearly as much as it is worried about
if. losing money.
an ordinance to shrink the reasonable distance to five
im This outrageous legislation was the subject of
committee hearings where Supervisor Robert Men-
THIS ISSUE IS LATE BECAUSE...
delsohn suggested a one mile limit but voted for the five We are late with this issue because we moved into our
mile limit as being easier to uphold in the courts as new SFPOA Building at 510 - 7th street over the
reasonable. Von Beroldingen stated flatly that she was weekend of April the 15th. Although the move was only
sure five miles would be deemed reasonable. about 100 feet from our former location, four-
professional movers kept busy all day with the files,
Well, police officers in San Francisco are not about desks, and chairs. About five of u& kept up the
to live in the middle of San Francisco Bay or on constant moving of boxes of materials vital to our exis -
me . ...........••• . •• Alcatraz Island. tence. Our energies were really drained. Plus some
Officer Maracci, Mr. Voskariian, Supervisor Nelder, The position that five miles is reasonable under the confusion always helps keep things screwed up But now
Commissioner Clam, Chief Gain and Mayor Moscone. Constitution of this state is one that will be determined this issue is put to bed and we will get back on
in the courts. We are confident of ultimate success.
Ed Voskanian is a naturalized citizen of Armenian the regular schedule. Thank you.
ancestry. He became an American citizen a few years
ago, of which he takes exceptional pride. If we had
more citizens of his caliber rather than the many
distance runners who ran off to Canada and Sweden a
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few short years ago, San Francisco would certainly be a
better place in which to live.
The old axiom that you cannot measure courage by
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the size of a person is certainly true in Ed's case.Ed
stands 5'6" and weighs 135 lbs. The gunman is 6'2",
Stephen Bley, Association defense attorney, won a
by Jack Ballen tine
The Department's position (and the Mayor's)
regarding more policemen does not seem to have
I owe a special debt of gratitude to Ed. He saved the major victory before the Police Commission on March changed since last year.
life of our brother officer and my academy boxing 23rd on behalf of three Association members. Several of your Association officers attended the
partner. Don Brewer, Walt Shegoloff and Don Forte had all Finance Committee of the Board of Supervisors on
Ed spent 22 days in traction after this incidnt. He is charges dismissed against them after the prosecution's Friday, April 22, 1977. The Department's original
just now starting to feel better from the injuries he case was completed. request was for about (Continued Back Page)
sustained. It took our Chief, our Mayor, and our Police The charges arose from an incident at Taraval
Commission almost 14 months to thank Ed for his Station during the restraining of a prisoner.
deeds. Well, better late than never.
Along with Ed's family, many of his friends were on
Bley again displayed his deft cross-examination of
the department's witnesses prompting one observer to
IN THIS ISSUE
comment, "Steve Bley made a shambles of the Page 1 ............................... Citizen of the Year Award
hand at the Commission Awards Ceremony. Some
prosecution's case". Page 2 ................Widows & Orphans, Jack Young Breakfast
included Al Maracci, Lt. Henry Lasher, Frank Peda,
In another matter, Mario Dilorenzo .has been given Page 3............................................ Elsewhere
Joe Engler and myself.
approval of the screening committee to proceed to the Page 4 ................................Around the Department
Ed brought the house down when he said: "Even if I
Superior Court in an attempt to overturn a ten day ...
Page 5 ...................................... ....... ICPA
get shot, I would do it again, because I like policemen."
suspension he recently received from the Commission. Pages 6 & &.........................POA Dinner Dance Photos
This can be attested to by many of the men at Rich-
The Screening Committee has recognized that many Page8...............................................Letters
cases must be appealed to the Superior Court after Page 9 .........................................Routine Patrol
Our normally stoical faced Chief even seemed to
certain actions by the Police Commission in order to Page 10 ...............................PAL, DestructionDerby
enjoy the comment and was seen with a faint smile on
fully represent our members. Page11 ..............................................Sports
SAN FRANCISCO POLICEMAN - Page 2 April 1977
Fellowship SGT JACK YOUNG HONORED
Wido ws Orphans by Lt.. Frank M. Jordan -
The March meeting was called to order by Pres. M. of Christian The upcoming 1st Saturday Mass and breakfast sponsored by Our Lady of
Fatima Group, San Francisco Police Department, will be held on:
Hurley on Wednesday, March 16, 1977, at 2:10 P.M. in
Saturday, May 7, 1977 - 9:30 A.M.
Room 152, Hall of Justice, with a sufficient number of
members present to constitute a quorum.
Peace Officers St. Joseph's Church 10th & Howard Sts. S.F.
Treasurer Barney Becker reported the following Breakfast immediately following at: - Regency Room
deaths: Hyatt Regency Hotel Market & Embarcadero Sts. S.F. -
At 7:40 P.M. on
FRANK GLENNON - Born in 1897 he joined the Tuesday, March 15, 1977,
Department in 1925 at age 27. After serving in Mr. Ron Bass opened our All members, past and present, are invited to attend and bring your friends.
Headquarters Company for a year, Frank was tran- Christian Fellowship This special day has been planned in remembrance of Sgt. Jack Young and
sferred to Mission Station where he served for 35 years. Meeting with prayer. will include a group of boys from the Hanna Center, Sonoma, California.
In 1960 he was transferred to Southern where he served President James Crowley
until he retired on service in 1962. He was 79 at the time This tradition, started by Sgt. Jack Young will encompass a day of fun
and those present sang
of his death. and entertainment for the Hanna boys, compliments of the San Francisco Police
songs praising the Lord Department. -
WILLIAM E. KELLY - Born in 1891 he joined the JESUS.
Department in 1914 at age 22. He served in Co. D, the Please plan to attend and show your support.
The First Convenant
old North End Station and also Northern. Promoted to Church invited our
Corporal in 1925, Sergeant in 1937, he retired on President James Crowley
service in 1939 (before many of our present members
were born). He was 86 at the time of his death.
and Treasurer James "FULL TO OVERFLOWING" AN EASTER POEM
Higgins, to share with
JAMES M. WARD - Born in 1925, he entered the them the - - concepts and -I beg my audience and into whosever hands this Christian poem may find its
Department in 1947 at age 21. Jim worked at the goals -of our Christian way,
various district stations but principally cat Northern Fellowship. En- To fret not o'er the darkness ofthis latter day.
from 1963 to 1975. He was promoted to Sergeant in thusiastically, the
1975, transferred to Park Station from where he retired Congregation offered a But better still, fix our gaze upon Jesus,
on service in 1975. He was 52 at the time of his death. donation to our Christian Who said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life."
The Secretary reported the following donation- Fellowship. As guests of
the First Covenant And in the doing, be anxious for nothing;
S: Charles Wlaczak - for heroic police work per- As we grope our way down the alley of this day of night.
formed by Officer Ken Hartman (CSTF) Church, they invited a
David Nash - another of our constant contributors couple from our
- Fellowship to a Retreat in Oh! What a precious thing to talk with Christ, the King of kings.
because he respects policemen Recognizing with fullness of mind our portion, sweet and divine.
Mr. and Mrs. Roth - honoring Officer Mark September, 1977. -
Swendsen for passing the State Bar Examination Brenda Smith and Mike
Raudenbush, known as Therefore, upon this glorious Easter Day, as we make our Communion,
Joseph Wilson - another of our faithful contributors Invite its unspeakable, supernal strength to guide our steps, lest we faint.
Mrs. Ida Edwards - still another who has respect and ,'Two of Our Own", sang
a medley of songs, praising And thus renewed by that Sacrament divine,
admiration for the policemen. Make the most of this phenomena called time.
- Senior Trustee R KUrpinsky presented the bill for a -and exalting - our Lord
new security bond covering all me mbers for the amount -Jesus Christ. -
Art Gerrans shared with 'Til at the journey's end, we hold
of $4,000.00. Approved by the members present. His resurrected fact and explore eternally the wonders of His wondrous
Mr. Hamilton and Mr. Vendley from the Hibernia us his problems.. Brothers
Jim - Crowley and Ed Er- grace.
Bank gave their monthly report on the state of our Thomas Warren Powers
dalatz prayed with Art,
finances •an4 . portfolio, both of which are in excellent
shape. There was a recommendation that Federal informing him of the the San Francisco
Bonds be purchased and also three common stocks. Saving Grace of Lord -
The Trustees approved the purchasing of same.
Under unfinished business Treasurer Becker
Jesus. Art Gerrans ac-
cepted Lord Jesus as his
Savior. 'irais-the Lord"! SMALLTOWN -
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE SAN FRANCISCO POLICE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION
reported that we had about 15 more members that were - - SO - 7TH STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA -91O3 - -
in arrears in their dues, but that most of these were Pastor Paul Schock, - - (416)861-MO $61-Sao -
members who had resigned or who had gone on leave Pastor, Missionary,
Evangelist, brought us the WAS WITHOUT
from payroll deductions and he therefore felt that these
should be notified by the Secretary as to the amounts word of God from the
- Gale Wright ................. Editor.
Bible; Mathew, Chapter BOARD OF DIRECTORS
owing before they should be suspended by the
President. This request was granted by the President. 16. He told us that Jesus
conducted the first Gallup
POLICE FORCE PRESIDENT ...........
Crowley OO.H ........... ShermanAckerson -
From time to time we will print names of members SECRETARY......... . Joe Patterson 00.1 ................... JEkDelIfl&$
whose mail has been returned. If anyone should know poll. He asked his disciples Bill Herdsman
Dorris - This Siskiyou CO. A ................... All Casciato CO.K ................ Gale Wright
TREASURER ........ JackBallentlne
who the people thought County town of 1,000 Co. B ............... Joaephloomey HO ..................... Ray Cadson
their current addresses, please contact Bob McKee at
Jesus was? Then, and persons was without a CO. C .................. LayneAmlot Harlan Wilson
147 Móffitt Street, San Francisco, 94131 or phone 587-
today, no two people OO.D ................. Mike Hebei CSTF ...................... BlilCahIll.
police department for - CO. E ................. Paul Chignell INSP. BUR.............. Bob Huegle
4570. Robert Ganong, Diane B. Cole, M. J. Green,
viewed Jesus in the same several hours Friday after CO. F ............ Nhasl T. Gannon Garry Lemos
Salvator Priolo, Michael Edmund, Joanne King.
light. We come to know the police chief and five CO. G .................. Roy Sullivan RETIRED ................ Bill Hefflby
There being no further business to come before the
Jesus only because of our female dispatchers
membership, the meeting was adjourned in memory of ASSOCIATION OFFICE ............. 861-5O6O
needs. By revelation resigned in a dispute with
our departed brothers at 3:10 P.M.
ONLY, God reveals --his the city council. ADDRESS ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO: Editor,
gift, our Lord Jesus Christ, S.F. Policeman 510-7th St., San Francisco, Ca.
Fraternally yours, to us. -- , No responsibility whatever is assumed by -
Bob McKee, Secretary ziiet
rotice Chief Terence the San Francisco Policeman and/or the San
The Lord said, "The day Merlo said he quit because Francisco. Police Officers' Association for Un-
you seek me, you will find of "constant harrassment" solicited material.
SAN FRANCISCO me". So, open your heart,
POLICE DEPARTMENT from the council over his
seek and you will find the firing of Michael Ed- THE SAN FRANCISCOPOLICEMAN is the official
TO pUblication of the San FranciscO Police Officers' -
Lord. monds, one -of his, two
LOANS AUCTION SALE Reverend Schoch, asked police officers. The town's
Association. However, opinions - expressed- in.-
this publication are not necessarily those of the
if anyone was willing to ask only other officer is away S.F.P.O.A. or the San Francisco Police Depart-
our Lord Jesus at training school. ment. -
SATURDAY into his heart and life. Ten
people "came to the ADVERTISING: 510 -7th St., San Francisco, Ca.
u.aws MAY 14-9A.M. But several hours after 94103 (415) 861-6020.
Lord". Hallalujah!' Merlo resigned, the
RADIOS, sporting equip,nent Members present council reinstated Ed- - Members or readers submitting letters to the
musical instruments, to&s requested prayers for those editor are requested to observe these simple
clothing, suitcases, all sorts monds and named him rules:
of new and used merchan with special need. Anyone acting chief.
disc. desiring prayers, please —Address letters to the Editor's Mail Box, 548-7th
St., San Francisco, Ca. 04103.
contact any member of the Merlo who.left the San —Letters must be accompanied by the writer's
Sale held in basement of Ill Fellowship of Christian Francisco Police true name and address. The name, but not the
Aäiàn of Justice. 850 Bryant SL.S.F.
Oscar 0. Kaufman, Audaa..r Peace Officers so that you Department in October to street address will be published with the letter.
- w. ww- - may be added to the
bee ome chief, had clashed
with council over his
- —Unsigned letters and/or articles will not be
S.F. POL POST 456. —Writers are assured freedom of expression
At 9:00 P.M., our dismissal of Edmonds for within necessary limits of space and good taste.
FED. CRED%TUNON Christian Fellowship "conduct unbecoming an —Please keep letters and/or articles brief and
ended our meeting by officer." legible. -
Al Thorington, Treasurer
Ed Rolandson, Asst. Treasurer
Doubles Assets in
Support, singing the song, "Our
Father". Merlo said Edmonds
—The editor reserves the right to add editor's
notes to any article submitted, If necessary.
—Articles should be limited to three pages, typed,
We retired for. took more than an hour to
Our fellowship and refresh-
check one of the town's -
three bars and left a patrol
POSTMASTER, ATTENTION! P.O. Forms 3479
Advertisers Andrew Kristen sea,
car unlocked, resulting in
radio equipment being
Notices should be sent to: S.F. Policeman, 510-
7th St., San Francisco, Ca. 94103. 2nd Class
Postage Paid atSan Francisco, Ca.
SAN FRANCISCO POLICEMAN - Page 3 April 1977
ELSEWHERE by W. A. Tennant
Thinking About Crime by James Q. Wilson - Part I ages of 10 on. Police should be alert to the importance
of obtaining a careful sexual history from any
James Q. Wilson is Henry Lee Shattuck Professor of adolescent or young male caught in the act of voyeurism
Government at Harvard University and has served on
several national advisory commissions on crime, law
enforcement and drug abuse prevention.. He is the
author of, among other works, VARIETIES OF
5. Are most rapes impulsive?
Of rapists who are apprehended, impulsiveness plays
a small part. Most rapes are planned, often extremely
POLICE BEHAVIOR, a book on the current by Gale W. Wright
carefully. Some rapists may try to excuse their act by
bibliography for promotive examination for claiming it was an impulsive act. A careful investigation The month of May will be the signup month
Lieutenant. will reveal that - they had been thinking about rape, and
The chapters which make up this book deal with for the POA Dental Plan. The effective date
were prepared to take advantage of any "unexpected"
criminal behavior and of the extent to which that situation.' Often the rapist has experienced many years will be July.
behavior might be changed. Importantly, the chapters of fantasizing about the act. Plan I, the Preventive only program, will be
attempt to relate what is said and believed about crime, In summary, Dr. Rada believes that while it is dropped. The Insurance Committee learned
to the reality of crime as it is experienced by victims, the certainly true that not everyone who has ever thought there was only a very low percentage use of
police and others. involvçd in the judicial process. about rape will become a rapist, a careful and com- this plan. Plan' II, both preventive and
Chapter 1: Crime Amidst Plenty: The Paradox of the petent evaluation of offenders who are charged with
Sixties There was a strong belief in 1960, (still popular restorative, will be the one plan we will have,
minor sex offenses may help identify those people
today) that crime might best be limited by reducing requiring special attention, and may prevent more which includes orthodontia with no additional
proverty and its effects. After all, crime was more serious crimes later. premium cost.
common in slum neighborhoods. To reduce crime, a During the month of May, we will have a
great array of programs, involving huge sums of money, FILMING OF "THE CHOIR BOYS" HALTED BY maiout to all of our members, which will
were directed at the poor, the young and minorities. DEATH include a new brochure, enrollment card, and
The results? Crime rates soared. The prosperity of the
decade was also accompanied by rises in welfare, drug
payroll deduction card. Both tne enrollment
Actor Walter McGinn died March 31, after his car
'abuse and unemployment. We were becoming two plunged over a mountain cliff near Hollywood. McGinn card and the payroll deduction card must be
societies. One affluent and worried, the other was 40. His death forced a suspension of the filming of signed and returned on time to the POA
pathological and predatory. Wilson points out that a Joseph Wambaugh's "The Choir Boys" in which Insurance office. Retired members will still be
major cause of this increase in crime, although not the McGinn played Sgt. Yanov. A' week earlier, McGinn on a quarterly billing system.
only cause, was the enormous increase in the number of received a best supporting actor nomination by the TV Like everything else today, there has been a
young people. The postwar baby, boom had come of Critics Circle.
age. During 1962 and 1963, over 26 million young slight increase in the premiums, but we still
people were added to the population The increase POLICE AND CRIME IN THE SOVIET UNION - feel this is a very good dental program.
during' the period of 1960 to 1970 was greater than in PART I IMPORTANT — because of the lag time in
the rest of the century put together. Wilson then cx- getting the monies from the Controller,
plores'the idea that our social systems and institutions The Soviet 'gove'rnment does not usually report the premiums must start coming out of paychecks
were overrun and broke down under the strain. Chapter number of crimes which occur each year in the before the 'July effective date. We must have
2: Crime and Community Next Wilson points out the U.S.S.R., and reports of any crime rarely appear in the the monies in time to pay the billings by the
predatory . crime disrupts our sense of community. daily press. However some data is available on patterns
of crime. due date. 'Look for the mailout.
Crime makes it more difficult to trust neighbors, to be
outgoing ,and to share , common projects. B!com- Crimes associated with drinking has caused great
munity, he means the desire for the Observance of concern for many years. It has been reported that at
standards for appropriate conduct in public places least 75%of homicides in the U.S.S.R. are committed
The desire that those standards be consistent with and by drunken offenders. , lN1iRNMIONAI raaI!BINI AIA1IN .';
supportive of the values and lifestyles of the indrtMaI Murder is much less common among women in the San Francisco Chapter N. One
Wilson I believes that the greater ,ability to maintain Soviet Union (about 5% of the murderers Are women) ELECTION NIGHT £ DINNER
community explains in part the overwhelming desire of .than in the U.S (about 25%). However, almost 50% of
most Americans to live in small, towns. Over 80% the murder victims in Moscow are women in contrast $6.50 Per,Penon 0.
'according to a 'recent poll. But this desire for com- with the 25% or so in Philadelphia'Nationwide; the
TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 26. 1 977 Dinner 7:30P.M.
munity sometimes leads to prejudice or the assumption proportion of female murder victims is about the same --
Hall lh ^-
that a person different in one respect, (race) will be in both countries, around one out of five.
different in another (amount of noise he may produce). About 80% of the homicide victims are known by ,........................ r ...
Wilson characterizes cities with high crime as those the murderer and about 60% of ' the urban murders
which are made up of persons who have little interest or occur in homes.
ability to create and maintain a sense of community. Only 4% of urban murders involve guns. In the
Control by the police is then required when more in- cities, possession of handguns is outlawed to the
formal social controls no longer exist. And at best, the general public. In rural areas where guns are available,
police can be only partially successful in the enormous
task. Wilson concludes the chapter by suggesting ways
about one-third of the murders involved guns.
A study of attempted' murders revealed that 95% of
in which a sense of community can be re-established,
and the long process of building common values begun.
attempted murders 'failed, due largely to the less lethel
weapons used. In only 5% of those cases was , the
WIMM iT) OUR
murder prevented by the intervention of a citizen or a
Questions About the Rapist police officer. In fact, in almost a third of the murders
which' occurred on the streets of Moscow, a con-
Forcible rape is one of the fastest rising crimes in the tributing factor cited was "non-interference by POLICE FORCE"
United States. Although more is known now about the eyewitnesses". The average Soviet citizen, like his U.S.
crime and its victims, not much is known about the counterpart, does not want to get involved.
rapist. A recent article in Medical Aspects of Human
Sexuality by Richard T. Rada, M.D., answers some COURTS REFUSE TO BROADEN MIRANDA STANDARD BRANDS, INC.
common' questions about the rapist
The Supreme Court recently 'ruled 6-3 that police are
1. What is the typical rapist like?
Unfortunately,. there is no "typical" rapist. In-depth
not constitutionally required. to read suspects their
rights when the suspect voluntarily walks into a police' CUNNINGHAM'
station and confesses to a crime.
examination of rapists shows a wide range of per-
sonalities, characteristics and backgrounds. Refusing to broaden the Miranda decision of 1966, MOVING &.STORAGE
2. Does the rapist commit rape to release his sexual the Court stated that such a confession can be used to
desires?. — convict a criminal defendant. LOCAL — LONGDISTANCE —
"...Police Officers are not required to administer
Until recently, rape was viewed as an exclusively
Miranda warnings to everyone whom they question".
sexual offense. It is now agreed. that the primary
motivation is quite frequently related to aggression and the court said. SENSIBLE FREE ESTIMATES
control. The aggressive nature of the act is what is often Miranda warnings, the court concluded, are required' LICENSED & INSURED
most disturbing to the victim as well. "only where there has been a restriction on a person's
3. Does the rapist commit rape because he has no other
The ruling reversed an Oregon Supreme Court S.F. AGENT FOR SMYTH VAN LINES
decision, which had overturned the burglary conviction
Several studies indicate that many rapists (30-40%)
are married at the time of the crime or have been
marries (50-60%) . These men usually report normal
of a parolee because he had not been advised of his
rights until after his confession, and had been held in a
sexual relationships with their wives. Those who are coercive environment. SFPD RETIRED
unmarried often have several girlfriends. Rarely does
either group engage in violent behavior with these NEXT TIME: REGIONAL SALES MANAGER
Thinking 'About Crime - Part II, Police and Crime in 3240- THIRD STREET AT ARMY ST.
4. Do rapists commit other types of sexual offenses,
the Soviet Union - Part II, The Most Violent Place on
SAN FRANCISCO, CA. 94124
like voyeurism and exhibitionism? PHONE: 824-0515
Yes. Usually a careful investigation will reveal that at Earth—The Home, and some little known facts about
least 50% exhibit a wide range of sexual offenses from impotence.
SAN FRANCISCO POLICEMAN - Page 4 April 1977
JOHN LAW- HOOD-LU BEY CASE
DEPARTMENT THE MAN IN SUPERIOR COURT
by Paul Chignell
by Susan Regalia
On April 5th a hearing was held before Judge Byron
. . .The lack of attendance at last month's Police and Arnold of the Superior Court in the case of terminated
Fire Memorial Mass was a sad commentary to the state Hated, Isolated . Overcome hate officers George Hood and James Lubey.
of morale within both departments. The department's Feared, Lost Equality stands Attorney Joseph Cotchett of San Mateo represented
administrators should make morale a #1 priority. It Mistaken, Fonfused Save one, save all Hood and Lubey concentrating on the procedural
would definitely affect job performance... Is it worth the cost? Meet demands. aspects of the terminated officers' case.
. . .Francis Fahey of Co. A asks, "Whatever happened On July 8 1976 Chief Charles Gain summarily
to the Senior Patrolman status which the voters passed Madness, passion Corruption exists discharged Hood and Lubey 28 days prior to their first
in 1973?" Answer: The proposition that passed gave Courage, Pride Morals have flaws year of service with the San Francisco Police Depart-
the department and commission permission to Lawless convictions - But do your utmost ment. The charges were many including alleged lying to
reorganize. They have recently begun to reorganize, We all must abide. To uphold laws.e Internal Affairs. -
starting at the top with Deputy Chiefs and Com- Since July 8th both officers have attempted to gain a
manders. It will be interesting to see how long it takes Roots, Foundations Arrest, convict hearing before the Police and Civil Service Com-
before the workers on the bottom get reorganized and Traditions, Ideals Process, Appeal missions. They were denied a hearing and thus filed a
upgraded to Senior Patrol Officer. . .Could be a morale Mixture of feelings Keep peace, relate writ with the Superior Court asking for reinstatement
booster if done soon... The Man, he feels. Is justice real? pending a hearing before the Police Commission on the
. . .The new FTO program is receiving very good merits of the charges against them.
reviews from the officers involved in it. Nobody can Try to obey Think of your job The substance of the case revolves around two
argue that this program is long overdue. The work Protect and keep peace How satiracally funny charter sections, 8.340 which allows discretionary -
Without the crook
which Officer Alan Benner has done to promote it Catch a crook terminations of probationary officers, and 8.343 which
should not go unnoticed. He used much of his own time Yet crime won't cease. You wouldn't have money. mandates a due process hearing prior to disciplinary
and money traveling to and from San Jose. He studied action. Section 8.343 has been binding on the
and analyzed the San Jose PD's Field Training department through its inclusion in the Memorandum
Program hoping that one day a similar program would .Bob Geary has announced for supervisor and has of Understanding of April 17, 1974. The Memorandum
be implemented here. Let's hope that a successful moved his domicile into the Tenderloin. Bob is going to has been upheld as binding upon the department in the
program has finally arrived.. . have a hard fight against . incumbent Supervisor case of Crowley vs. City and County of San Francisco.
. . .There was much reaction among the nude en- Gonzales but Bob's strong senior citizen support should Judge Arnold is expected to rule on the Hood-Lubey
counter owners and employees to the seizing of Sam make the race very interesting. I really hope that Bob case by April 29th of this year.
Conti's books and records on March 30th. The biggest makes it. It would really be "San Francisco" to have
shock was to the fact that the search warrants were Bob on the Board...
served by patrol officers working with Asst. DA's and
their investigators. Maybe it's about time that the .It seems that the news media reports that every QUEBEC'S POLICE STRIKE
officer transferred is implicated in some type
patrol force exert itself in follow-up investigations.
With the political climate of San Francisco and the corruption matter. I can't help but wonder how the AFTER THIRD COP KILLING
shortage of inspectors in the bureau, the only ones you men who are being transferred to serve as field training Quebec's entire Joliette. Tuesday night the
can depend upon getting the job done are street of- officers must feel when their family and friends wonder
provincial police force of povincial police voted by a
ficers. But remember, ALL the politicians do not like why the media refers to transfers as being "Quiet 4000 men has gone on small majority to strike
patrol officers taking the initiative. In fact, politicians administrative moves"... strike - after the third after the Quebec 9overn-
just want officers to act when politicians see fit.. .While killing of a policeman in ment refused their demand
• ...Captain Joe Flynn gave a good speech before the
working, police officers should rise above politics. for two-man patrols
Kiwainis Club luncheon honoring the policeman and the last l3months.
When off duty, that's a different story.. .Get involved... The policeman, Robert around the clock.
fireman of the year, but for some reason KCBS
Divorce, alcoholism and mental stress, all realities
reported that he was a fire captain... Gees, can't we get Brabant, was shot last Three suspects in the
of life affecting police officers. But where does a San week while patrolling a Brabant killing were
Francisco police officer turn for help when faced with a credit for anythi*g good or, nice
.Wonder whatever happened to our retired men??? highway alone near picked up Wednesday.
problem? No where. Because there is no place an of-
ficer can go to that will guarantee confidentiality in What are they doing today. If anyone knows, send
along a story to be printed in the paper...
order to protect his or her career. Besides there are no -. CROWLEY -
true specialists of police stress who could handle or
understand the problems police officers face... - .Ever wonder about the Retirement Board? What if - MOVING & STORAGE .
.Whatever happened to department.. .Remember they had speculated on the stock market for those 10% Li.c. & Ins. -
Nick Eterovich of Co. A taken off his beat by the in- interest rates as Harvey Rose, the City's budget analyst
fluence of Willie Brown? Well, Nick was back a couple recommended and lost money? If 3% rates are con- CLOSET OR FULL HOUSE
of weeks ago. He confiscated nude encounter man-Sam servative and slow moving that's OK. Because when Offices & Stores :-
Conti'ssafe for the DA's office. (Sam is Willie's client) ..you are dealing with oldsters who cannot start a new 24 Hrs. Service - free Est..
And Rick Adkins thrown out of the B.S .S. because he life, the retirement must be stable and solvent. No
spoke up regarding prostitution at a public hearing of changes should be taken.. .Good way to cause a war 922-4596 if no answer 922-5244
the Board of Supervisors. Well, Rick was transferred to messing with retirements... - Same Rate Anytime
Co. I where he captured two baddies burglarizing
Supervisor Molinari's home. One has to wonder here. We have received notice
Without question, the job was done for the Supe, but
why does he consistently chew gum and look down his HEALY INSURANCE REPORT from Fireman's . Fund that
they will discontinue the
nose when police officers appear before him at Board of Mass Marketing
Supes meetings? Think of how loud the screams would homeowners program
be if the officers did the same to him as they were being effective April 1, 1977.
addressed... This action was taken
S. F. Examiner columnist W. E. Barnes should be
given the respect of -a good investigative repotter. All of
his columns have been straight and to the point. Mr.
Healy- Insurance because of the low par-
ticipation.We do not an-
ticipate any hardship, as
Barnes has an excellent M.O. in that he checks all his
sources and gets both-sides of the story before he writes
an article. If you have any dealings with him, you can
be sure that he will corroborate your story. His story
Agency some of our regular
companies have com-
parable low rates for most
of the existing
will reflect the facts... policyholders, we will be
Quebec police strike for two man cars. Wouldn't
you if three of your fellow officers had been killed in the SFPOA Insurance Administrators reviewing all existing
policies as they come up
past few months? Can't help thinking how long it will All forms of Insurance Available to Members for renewal and will send
be before we lose an officer, riding solo in one of the
outlying districts.. .Remember the ambushes of our Payroll Deduction
On renewal quotations with
officers during the past few years... Home Owner - Mortgage Group Live our best rates.
No new business will be
KTUV's (Ch. 2) Jim Clancy seems to have turned
investigative reporter. Judging from the completeness
Disability accepted as of April 1.
and quality of his reports about police, he really should Also available—Disability coverage for the Effective June 1, 1977 non-
be classified as a "rumor reporter"... working wife and the housewife. renewal notices will be
issued as the anniversary
- . On April 15th Chief Gain met with patrol of- dates come up.
ficers. A dialogue meeting was held in which job related We want to serve you Thank you for the
problems were discussed. I believe the meeting was Telephone 731-9455 participation and spon-
beneficial; but I strongly believe that before anymore
Bill Healy - Ray Peterson sorship of the plan. We
meetings of this type can take place, a strong and well
Dan Sargent - Frank Kalafate will be working closely
defined Memorandum of Understanding must be
with the renewals to make
negotiated with the Police Commission... 1430 Taraval St. San Francisco 94116 the changes as painless as
Closing thought: If police officers don't help possible for your mem-
themselves, who will???.. .Stand together... bership.
CLEVELAND'S ASSOCIATION SAN FRANCISCO POLICEMAN - Page 5 April 1977
3nlcrna140nal HAS ITS PROBLEMS TOO EUREKA POA
Eoncercncc oc Edward J. Kiernan, remove a pay scale that we
President won with the voters in
JoIkc International Conference 1967. Our association is HOODLUMS BEWARE. "degenerates"; We mean
of Police Associations fighting on four fronts at hoodlums, criminals, dope
thiøodaHo* the same time. Fighting to
The following statement pushers, burglars, rob-
Dear Mr. Kiernan: stay in existance, fighting bers, thieves, pimps,
is not directed to the
to keep the benefits that rapists or anyone else who
honest citizens of Hum-
On behalf of the we now have, and fighting boldt County, but to the commits acts of violence'
Cleveland Police to stay in the State Capital criminal element only! against the innocent.
TO ALL ASSOCIATION PRESIDENTS: Patrolman's Union, a against other unions and We do not mean to
Hoodlums in ever in-
member in good standing then the fight just to keep creasing numbers come to imply that peace officers
INT'L FIREFIGHTERS WANTS of the International our officers on the job and
Conferenoe - of Police to have the same rights as
our area and rob, rape, should be immune from
investigation if there is the
assault and kill the decent
Associations, I am writing those we serve.
TO REPRESENT COPS this letter. We in the City of
men, women and children
who live here.
slightest doubt that we
have acted in less than a
In the past months, our Cleveland and our We, the peace officers of professional manner.
The enclosed release was received at the I.C.P.A. union has been in the local Association that has Every citizen complaint is
headquarters recently and I think it is important for all this county, have as our
Courts, Federal District members in all suburban first priority the protection investigated and ap-
of us to read it and take appropriate action. Court and has been under departments in Northern propriate action taken. We
of the good, and decent
the constant harrassment Ohio' and a membership members of our society, as would not have it any other
The flyer speaks of the common problems of police of the Chief of Police and in the Ohio Union of way.
and fire officers in connection with our jobs and of the is our sworn duty. But too
the "CITY FATHERS" Patrolman's Associations frequently police officers But we will no longer
benefits That could be derived from a mutual mem- for just about any type of support the union, but at meekly accept the false,
bership. As you know, we have worked together in are subjected to vicious
union business that we this point, we request some physical abuse when called malicious and illegal
Washington, D.C. on legislation and the last thing we engage in. type of coverage in the Law slandering of a peace
expected was this type of action in raiding our mem- upon to enforce the law.'
The President of our Officer about the problems In 1976, there were over officer who is doing his job
bers. Association, William J. here in our city. Also in a proper and
200 incidents reported in
McNea, has been request that the In- Humboldt County, where professional manner.
In the five years that we have been involved as an suspended from his job, ternational Conference of Hereafter, in addition to
independent union, we have had as much success, if not peace officers were either
ordered back to work after Police Associations send actively interferred with or any criminal action taken
more, than the firefighters, in the Congress and for two months by the courts letters of protest to the City by the district attorney,
them to use brotherhood as an excuse for interierring physically assaulted at the
and then placed on a desk officials for their attempt hands of criminals. every time a hoodlum
with our organizing efforts puts them in the same duty job and not allowed to to break the police union. unlawfully assaults or
category as the Teamsters, AFSCME, Service Em- As if this were not
conduct proper union We sincerely appreciate maliciously and falsely
ployees and others who are trying to seduce police enough, these degenerate
business. any assistance you, can give slanders a peace officer,
officers with phony promises of benefits to be gained.. hoodlums then make false
The Police Department us in this serious matter.
- and slanderous ac- we will file civil suit against
has harrassed our cusations of "police them and when successful,
They further use the argument of police and fire president, taken away his Sincerely, collect civil damages from
consolidation as an incentive for this program. We have brutality", with the sole
overtime and not allowed Cleveland Police them.
resisted consolidation successfully in the past and will intent of harrassing and
him to conduct proper Patrolman's Association In keeping with this
continue to do so in the future. We do not have to be intimidating us through
union business which is Kenneth E. Gibb the news media -and policy, on half of Officer
swallowed up by this group to contue this policy and allowed to all other type Secretary, Executive Steven Burgesser, the
it disturbs me that professional union people such as courts.
unions in the City of Board Hoodlums, be warned in Eureka Police Officers
the leaders of the Fire Fighters could resort to these Cleveland. Ass'n through its attorney,
advance: We will not be
I urge every association presiden to correspond with
Also, our First Vice
Ressler, and Treasurer,
OAKLAND, intimidated! With the help
of the good people of
Gary Jacobs, has filed a
civil suit against Louis
Raoul Apodaca, charing
Humboldt County, we will
the LA.F.F. leaders as well as your local counterpart Jon Qualey, were also that he maliciously, falsely
continue to seek out and
and tell them to keep their hands out of our union. All suspended from the job for and illegally slandered
put in jail all degenerates
they can do is create dissension and discord where a interest in a club which is Officer Burgesser in
who prey upon our
harmony now exists and additional discord where
firefighters and police now are at arms length over
parity and other issues. (Emphasis added.)
operated for the
Association on a private
license. These officers also
- DECREASE community!
The law-abiding citizen
statements made on or
about March 6, 1977.
This is only the first: It
may wonder who we mean
were ordered back to work Oakland and Berkeley w h e n w e Say will not be the last.
Please send copies of your letters to the I.C.P.A. by the court and the City showed decreases in
office in Washington, D.C. still has not returned part serious crimes, while San
of the back-pay due these Francisco and Fremont
men. showed increases, the FBI
Mr. Kiernan, here in reported March 31, 1977.
Edward J. Kiernan
President Cleveland, we are faced San Francisco crime
with an attempt to break totals jumped from 64,518
INTERNATIONAL, FIRE FIGHTERS the local police association to 77,284. Murders were Something has got to be saw the individuals taking
without the freedom to down from 138 to 131, but done and done im- items from a chest of
Washington: President the two uniformed services conduct business for our rapes were up from 547 to mediately to change a drawers The arrest in-
W. Howard McClennan of could, receive very sub- executive officers, we may 619. Robberies increased eluded the seizure of
recent court decisi on—a
the International stantial benefits from lose a collective bargaining from 5,687 to 6,628, decision that is so absurd certain items. including a
Association of Fire common membership in bill which is under con- burglaries from 17,505 to that it is beyond screwdriver.
Fighters announced that, the same international sideration in Columbus., 21,992 and vehicle thefts imagination and makes The issue before the
in accord with a program union. Ohio.. For every step we from 8,606 to 10,186. court was whether the
"At the present time, one wonder what is really
adopted by the union's take forward the Chief of National figures showed going on. screwdriver and other
executive board in mid limited numbers of 'Police and the City Of- that violent crime declined items could be suppressed-
policemen are members of In a recent case, People
January, he has appointed ficials are attempting to in most 'areas of the vs. Solario, it was held that The court upheld that the
a committee of union several AFL-CIO af- remove any benefit we country, but a surge in a police officer must two suspects could raise
officials to investigate the filiates, but the vast have fought and won over thefts prevented the overall the issue of unlawful
majority are represented comply with the "knock
feasibility of an intensive the years. crime rate from falling, the and notice" requirement search and seizure even
organizing drive among by no one effective At the present time, the FBI said. though it was not their
collective bargaining. of the Penal Code, even
police officers throughout city is fighting the Safety Reprinted\ Oakland tough the house was being house. The court further
the United States and organization. Forces and attempting to Tribune held that the officers acted
Its president, Howard burglarized by suspects
Canada. and the owner was not at improperly in that they
If the committee finds
that police personnel seem
McClennan, was a long-
time members of the
Boston Fire Department,
- $50,000 home.
Essentially, the facts of
should have knocked and
given notice even though
TO ALL MEMBER ASSOCIATIONS: the case indicated that they knew that the in-
receptive to the IAFF, the and Frank Palumbo, its
Please be advised that the State, Justice Commerce police officers were dividuals entered a house
union will very quickly secretarytreasurer, was a
and Judiciary Subcommittee of the House Ap- working a beat and saw that was not their own and
announce a major fire fighter in New York
propriations Committee has marked up the ap- two individuals enter a for the purpose of com-
organizing effort City before being elected to
propriations bill for H.R. 366, the Public Safety Of- house. Prior to that, they mitting a burglary.
"Fire . Fighters and union office. The union's
ficers Benefit Act and has sent the bill to the full Ap- had received two previous This case demonstrates
police personnel share a executive board consists of
propriations Committee. burglary reports involving that as far as case law is
great many common 16 membersthree from
We have been informed that the funds could be these two individuals. The concerned, police officers
problems related to their Canada, one representing
available within 30 days to pay the $50,000 death officers, without knocking must knock and give
jobs and income stan- U.S.. federal government
benefit to the survivors of police officers. Payments will or giving notice, entered notice even though they -
dards," IAFF President fire personnel, and 12
be made through L.E.A.A. the building they had seen have -good reason to believe
McClennan said in making representing geographical
districts through the Robert D. Gordon the juveniles enter and that a burglary is in
the announcement. "Many (Continued Back Page)
of us feel that employees of United States. Secretary - Treasurer' made the arrest as they
SAN FRANCISCO POLICEMAN - Page 8 April 1977 LICE STAR However, if you should formation to assist you.
receive further information Very truly yours,
regarding the badge's
origin, I would be most
interested in learning the
Guy R. Oates, Chief
Department of General
California State Police
POA thanks immunity while the little 26th and Valencia Streets. I notice the article in Please let me know if I Division
On December 6, 1976, I guys get all the heat?? Just It was juat luck none of your March 1977 issue can provide further in- Sacramento, CA
what does it take to get an the officers or pedestrians regarding the discovery of
retired from the SFPD
answer from the depart- were injured or ,killed in
after 261/2 years mem- a police badge identified,
bership in the SFPOA. I ment these days? that fracas. possibly, as a State Police
have seen many gains Congratulations to the Officer's star.
made by the Association to Sincerely, officers of Mission Station
(Mrs.) Deborah A. Boles on a job well done. It is very possible that
the good of the policeman.
At this time I wish to Very truly yours, this badge was used early
thank Mike Hebel and the
Moscone & Wall St. Mary T. Kelly in State Police history as
POA for appearing with Journal the California State Police
Dinner thanks was organized on May 4,
me before the Retirement Dear Ms. Libman:
Board for my disability On March 7, 1977, I was 1853. At that time, we
pension to which the vote I am always thankful given a retirement party at were known as the
was 6 to 0 in my favor. California State Rangers. I
when I read an article Fat Ed's. regret that I am unable to
Many thanks and God which compliments San I. to thank all of my
Bless you all of you and provide you with
Francisco and your article friends that attended and verification of whether or
keep up the good work. of February 19, 1977, was also those who could not,
Robert J. McHargue not the badge pictured in
most complimentary of our for making it a memorable your publication was
Retired S.F. Police Chief of Police, Charles occasion.
I especially want to actually used by the
Gain. California State Police.
Decoy arrests Your article, un- thank my son-in-law,
Dear Officer Casciato: fortunately, did leave the David Berti (Co. H) and
This is in response to impression that the San Ed Anderson (also Co. H) PENNIES SAVED AT . GAS ONLY STATIONS
your article "SCU Francisco Police for making it all possible.
Blamed," in the March Department had a high Many thanks to all of CAN COST DOLLARS LATER
1977 issue of the SAN number of officers who you for my star and other
FRANCISCO were 'goofing off' and even gifts. Millions of Americans be made simultaneously might later become an
POLICEMAN. "drinking on the job". Sincerely save a few cents a gallon by with a stop for gas, but expensive repair bill can
I couldn't agree with you The candor that marks Bob McHirgue patronizing "gas only", they should be done with often be avoided with little
more that it is amazing Chief Gain is frequently Retired from Co. H "mini-serv", or "self- at least the same inconvenience and
that anyone would misinterpreted. When, for service" gas stations. frequency. minimum cost.
example, the Chief clearly
Feinstein'thanks Retailers offering these
complain about the decoy
arrests clogging the court asserts a policy such as Dear Editor: -saving advantages make a No special equipment is
calendars. "no drinking on the job" I would like to take this valuable contribution to needed to determine if oil
The Street Crimes Unit there are those who would opportunity to thank the holding the spiraling cost should be added to the
is providing a tremendous interpret such a policy to men and women who have of living down. crankcase, water to the
service to the people of San reflect an existing and provided security to my However, the California battery, or coolant solution
substantial problem in the home, family and myself. S tate Automobile to the radiator. The most
Francisc. My only regret is
Association (AAA) mechanically unskilled
that the Unit's work did Department. The fact is
The experience has been cautions car owners, who driver can spot an ex-
not begin sooner. that Chief-Gain makes all
a difficult one for habitually patronize cessively loose fanbelt,
Sincerely, of his policy statements
everybody. The detail is "limited service", "gas 'corroded battery con-
Joseph Freitas, Jr. openly and publicly and he
not necessarily the essence only", or "self-service" nection, or leaky radiator
does so in order to make
Good question of police work but the men pump' islands, that they hose. Tire pressure should
clear, to the public at
of Park Station have been may run the risk of m- be tested when tires are
large, that San Francisco's absolutely superb - going
Sir curving major repair costs cold.
Police Department will not far beyond the call of duty.
In October of 1976 I that could offset the
compromise its goal of Whenever any abnormal
filed an Internal Affairs Bert, Katherine and I have saving.
being the finest in the had the opportunity to condition is observed or
Complaint against Chief of According' to CSAA even suspected, the car
Police Charles Gain.
make friendships which I .All \IAYS
Best regards, believe will last and to gain automotive technicians, should be brought to a gas
According to the press, the vital under-the-hood station or garage of the * '' BEFORE
George R. Moscone
matter was brought before an understanding of the inspections should under motorist's choice, where
Mayor working 'bluecoats' life,
the Police Commission and no circumstances be the potential trouble can
since that time was ap- Kelley writes and the needs and forgotten or have the be given proper attention.
parently dropped. problems inherent in interval extended just
Several months later I Dear Chief Gain: police work. because many neigh- By performing routine
wrote a second letter to borhood gas stations have "preventive main-
Internal Affairs requesting I particularly want to
Just because you can't stopped offering what was tenance," what otherwise
the status of the complaint thank those who had
cope with the job as Police once a routine free service -- - ---------
and still have not received special details for their
Chief of San Francisco, that accompanied every
an answer to either letter.
I spent four years in
don't think the street cops
are not doing their job.
loyalty and friendship. gas purchase.
Very little mechanical
"gainful" employment at I hope I never have my For us, a relationship knowledge or ski-1 about' Ken Hicks, formerly an officer with the San Fran-
the San Francisco Police purse or pockets picked, has been cemented which the inner workings of an cisco Police Department and who recently resigned
Department and I cer- because you would see me will not be broken. 'automobile is required for from the Tehema County Sheriffs Department, lost
tainly cannot understand personally in your office. the car owner to make a three of his children in a fire which destroyed his family
what kind of office I witnessed an incident Sincerely, home on March 25, 1977.
Dianne Feinstein few necessary checks.
management would allow last Saturday afternoon Needless to say, Mr. Hicks personal and financial
To minimize the risk of
a letter to go unanswered involving Mission Station expensive repair bills, losses are devastating. Anyone desiring to do so may
for so long. Police Officers and three CSAA suggests simple send a donation in care of the Hicks Memorial Fund to
Are the big guys granted punks in a stolen car at "do-it-yourself" in- Lieutenant M. Nordin, Oakland Police Department
455-7th Street, Oakland, California 93607 or to Mr.'
PARKS IDE spections. these checks Steve McCoy, 661 Del Norte, Corning, California
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SAN FRANCISCO POLICEMAN - Page 9 April 1977
ON ROUTINE PATROL by S.G. Yasinitsky
A gunman robbed the Kentucky Fried Chicken on During the trial of an ex-convict with a gun, the jury And that actor, Carl Maiden, is out of his territory
Geary Boulevard displaying a pistol, emphasizing that was deliberating for a long time. They finally called for when he pops up in the same commercial, advising the
it was loaded. A couple of nights later the Local Scoop the entire transcript of the testimony by Burglary viewer to get the credit card instead of carrying cash.
Ice Cream Shop in the same block was held up by two Detail's own overgrown leprechaun, Mike Wilcox, Let's do the right thing, Television! Either have Maiden
gunmen. Larry Ryan and Rich Moses of the Richmond given in his inimitable brogue. The jury specified that transferred to Fraud, or put him in a commercial
Night Robbery Crew had an idea who the crooks were. Mike's testimony be read to them again, slowly and in advising folks how to prevent themselves from being
And when the next evening a pair of men and a woman English... murdered. He is supposed to be a Homicide lieutenantl
got arrested in a theater stickup, our- men pressed their The medal of the month is Colombia's Police Medal (And then, what the hell is a lieutenant doing, running
quest Larry and Rich showed around mug spreads and for 20 Years Service to lower ranks It is a beautiful around working on cases? Don't TV advisers know
got positive identifications of both baddies, in the two silver award showing Colombian coat of arms on ob- anything?)
Geary holdups. One victim was so upset at seeing the verse, and the words: "MEDALLA DE SERVICIOS 20
suspect's photo, her hands trembled and she almost ANOS" (medal for 20 years' service) on reverse. it is There was an occasion when they were shooting
swooned. Other similar holdups by the arrested are now hanging from the claws of the condor of the Andes "Streets of San Francisco" on the fourth floor of the
which itself -hangs from a somewhat complicated Hall. A bunch of our clerks and typists gathered to
being investigated by our Robbery people, since the
ribbon: half yellow, half blue and red (Colombian flag watch, drooling and oh-ing and ah-ing at Maiden and
Ryan-Moses successful sleuthing. That Richmond pair
colors), with narrow sidestripes of green, and white Michael Douglas. I asked these ladies why were they so
of cops deserves a hand.
edges A brooch with a pm is at the top enthralled by the actors who were only pretending to be
great cerecuves, wnue nere mere were enough rem
Nothin is forever. Jim Wertz of Communications cops who'd done everything and more in real life than is -
wandered around an ancient cemetery outside Jac kson, ever shown on the screen. "Oh, it isn't the same," was -
on Highway 88, and found a tombstone inscribed: their reply. To them costume jewelry on a TV screen
"RE MEMBER ME AS YOU PASS BY. AS YOU ARE seemed more interesting than the real gems at home. --
NOW, SO ONCE WAS I. AS I AM NOW YOU SOON
WILL BE. PREPARE FOR DEATH AND FOLLOW Jack Miller (now a lieutenant at Central StationO and
ME." We ought to heed this warning, and remember I were recalling old times, the days we rode Operation-S
that nobody is indispensable and nobody is immortal together in the original Beatnikville. There on Grant
And remembering this, let's be kinder to each other. and Green we spotted a suspicious deal going down
('b.. .+,.r+prI to rim but his hirienc a-iri-
;: slowed down his progress. In desperation he
- Nick Rubino, one of the hard-working burglary dicks (
at Mission Station got a description from a victim who threw his stash under a car. We retrieved it an en-
surprised a burglar at his home The thief ran out velope full, of dope He denied ever seeing it before. But
shouting "I'm sorry. I'm sorry carrying off the loot proving ownership wasn't hard his name and address
/ - -
anyway. Niok had an idea who it was. He got a bunch of were neatly typed on the face of the parcel.
mug shots and returned to the scene. But, who was
there, beating our man to the draw? Yep, the burglar, That IV commercial about a credit card, that shows A visiting policeman from England was showing how
an incorrigible ex-con. The baddy brought back the an elderly man bemoaning a loss of some six hundred they wear their uniform helmets on duty there. He then
stolen goodies trying to return them to the victim dollars from his wallet by saying "That's the worst began to explain the difference between the police
- When Nick put the arm on him, the crook 1èaded, thing that ever happened to me," should have the old helmets and those of the military, noting the metal
"Mr. Rubino, please believe me: a guy -gave the stuff to guy jumping with -joy. If a loss of several hundred headgear of the Horse Guards. "You mean such
me on the street I was just returning it." . Well his alibi dollars were the worst thing that ever happened to most women have guards in England?" exclaimed Officer
won the guy a trip to the Happy Farm It pays to play of us we would be a darned lucky bunch of people The Dumcop in astonishment Coyote howls followed, of
the role of a madman when you are crazy like a fox old goat must have led a charmed life course
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HELP YOUR SPORTS
SAFETY The San Francisco Police Olympic Fund
PRESENT A DRAWING
1sI PRIZE —.TV
2nd PRIZE - STEREO RADIO
3rd PRIZE - CASE OF BOURBON
B' 4th PRIZE - WRIST WATCH
\ 5th PRIZE - TRANSISTOR RADIO
- - Many other Valuable Prizes -
FRIDAY, JUNE 17th, 1977 - 2:00 P.M. 0
850 Bryant Street, San Francisco Z
PEEWEE BASEBALL Winners notified by moil - need not be present to win.
Free tickets obtained by railing S. F. Police Olympic Committee. 553-1530
The San Francisco Police Activities League's Pee 167 DONATION - ONE DOLLAR
Wee Baseball Training League will start sign-ups
immediately for youngsters 7 through 10 years of age. TICKETS NOW ON SALE
Each year over 200 boys and girls in this PAL Spring
League learn the fundamentals of Baseball and play
games in a league of their own age.
All equipment - bats, balls, helmets and catcher's
gear is furnished by the PAL at no cost. Each player
who participates regularly is placed on a team and is
issued a PAL Baseball cap and a numbered shirt to use DESTRUCTION DERBY
during the season. Players must furnish their own On 0 This is to advise you that the P.P.A. give-away
gloves and wear tennis or rubber soled shoes. philosophy of the past three years is hereby terminated
There is never a shortage of players, but the PAL
does need additional coaches and assistants. Men and HELP YOUR SAFETY PATROL with extreme prejudice. We have, out of compassion
and pity, played "give-way" for the last time. This is
women willing to donate 4 to 5 hours a week will give The Traffic Safety Poster Contest, sponsored an- the year of the R.I.O.T. (Revenge In Our Time) in Old
these youngsters an opportunity to play real Baseball. nually by the California State Automobile Association, Hangtown, and we intend to apply that philosophy
Coaches do not have to be expert baseball players in says 1-Kelp Your Safety Patrol." literally on the field of honor.
order to participate. The youngsters learn while playing The impulsiveness of children and their lack of We, therefore, plan on this year's event being the
and have a lot of fun without high pressure coaching. experience in traffic situations make it necessary for biggest and best ever staged for the purpose of allowing
-Call the PAL for additional information and sign-up. motorists to use extreme caution. A safety patrol has no brother and sister officers to pursue the goal of
567-3215 legal authority to direct the behavior of drivers; destroying each other in their ridiculous and futile
however, they are trained to perform their job and it is attempts to decimate and anihilate the dashing P.P.A.
BOY & GIRL OF THE YEAR strongly recommended that drivers respect the action of drivers and their vehicles. Alas, such foolishness; and
The San Francisco Police Activities League (PAL) the patrols at all times. how strange that it should emanate from such sup-
announced that Charles (Chucker) Barberini and Cooperation is necessary as the sole purpose of the posedly brave and -intelligent officers. (Hark.... Do I
Lorraine Ow were selected at the PAL Boy and Girl of patrol is helping classmates avoid pedestrian accidents hear someone substituting the word DUMB?????? ?s 0)
the Year. They were selected from the 8,000 youngsters while going to and from school.
who participated in the 1976 PAL programs. LISTEN UP The date of the Placerville Police
Destruction Derby is Sunday, July 10, 1977 and it will
A press conference was held on Friday, March 25 at
City Hall Board of Supervisors Chambers. Supervisor WHERE DOES IT END? be an afternoon event this year, 1500 hours (3:00pm).
Al Nelder and Herbert L. Damner, Jr., President of the A c c o r d i n g t o a plan to finance operational Forcoe of you that have not attended our "Bash"
Guardsmen organization bestowed the honors on these California State deficits proposed by MTC in the past please be warned that we don't "mess
two outstanding PAL participants. Automobile Association is not in accordance with around" (when driving)... .much.. . .up here in Old
A dinner awards banquet was held that night by the official, motorists are legislative intent of the Hangtown. We provide big trophies and large caSh
PAL Boosters Club at the San Francisco Athletic Club. about to take it on the chin existing law. Current law prizes. However, forewarned is forearmed; we have
In addition to the Boy and Girl of the Year, many messed around (hustled) you flatlanders for three years,
if the Metropolitan does not permit the use of
other young boys and girls were honored for their and at recent meetings it was decided to "put the
Transportation Corn- bridge tolls to defray the
excellence while participating in the many PAL mission (MTC) has its way operational deficits of hammer down........ON YOU.
programs in 1976. Destruction Derbys have few rules. The basic rule,
and doubles tolls on the BART, AC Transit, or San
however, is: "Turn the other cheek and you will be hit
business. - San Francisco-Oakland Francisco's Muni, ac-
Char/es Barberini Bay Bridge to further cording to Hill. with the other hand", OR Vehicles will strike each
Chucker's hobbies are other on the racetrack (code three run style) until peace
water-skiing, listening to finance Mass Transit's "MTC is attempting to
Charles (Chucker) and tranquility prevail.
music, playing basketball growing operational raise and use tolls for a
Barberini was recom- new and added cost to the That's basically it. As stated, there are a few other
and he is a Karate student. deficits.
mended by Mark Fabbri, rules to promote and insure driver safety and equality
During a Concord public on the pure
head coach of the PAL Lorraine Ow in vehicle preparation. The event is limited to the first
hearing on March 10th, assumption that the state
Trojans Football Team, as Brian Hill, a spokesman legislature will ratify this one hundred entrants from bonafide members of
someone who radiates all Lorraine Ow was Police, Sheriff and Highway Patrol Associations. In the
for the 1.6 million member position in the future. The
• the ideals of the PAL and selected Girl of the Year past, most of the vehicles have been decorated in the
auto club was critical of levy of tolls or taxes upon
the aspirations of from the many girls who manner of the patrol units of the respective agencies
the commission's mere assumption of future
everything the PAL hopes participated in the 1976 (making quite a spectacle for the fans).
proposal. legilative action has
to achieve in young men. PAL Programs. She was If this proposal has interested you, write before
chosen because of her
"Mrc's solution to serious and dangerous
- He will receive the B. Scott midnight tomorrow for free literature (no obligation
solving the growing Mass implications for all tax-
Goodfellow Memorial outstanding ability in should you decide to chicken out). Deadline for entries
Transit operating deficit payers, including
Award. sports and her academic is June 20, 1977. Should this event seem too risky for
appears to be that all motorists," Hill con-
Chucker has been achievements at school. you, may we recommend the First Annual Alcatraz
familiar typical govern- eluded.
participating in PAL since She will receive the POlice Department "Bird" Watching Field Trip to be
mental approach of -
he was a little boy. memorial award named in IDEA: held the same date.
throwing more money into
Through the years of honor of Lt. Harry Reilly,
the breach without acting Destructively yours,
participating in PAL he famed head of the "Big
to cure the cause. Such a
WATCH FOR Placerville Police Association
has received the McAteer Brothers Detail."
solution would be only TURNING CARS Derby Committee
Sportsmanship Award and Lorraine is 15 years old
temporary at best," Hill
the Athlete Scholar and attends Francisco Jr. IIt is important for
said. For anyone interested in further information, we
Award. He played in the High School. She served as
The birdge toll increase everyone to acknowledge have a copy of the derby rules, list of motels and
PAL Joe DiMaggio student body president the dangers of crossing the campgrounds in the Placerville area and an entry fee
Baseball League in 1976 from 1975-1976. She has street. "Watch for turning form in our POA office. Editor
and has been an assistant been a G.A.A. Board the PAL Pacers, won the cars" is one way to avoid
football coach for the PAL member from 1974-1976. PAL championship. She pedestrian accidents.
Spartans for the past three
(3) years. He is consistently
In the summer of 1976, she
worked in community
also played on the PAL
Softball team which This problem is often
on the honor roll and
- maintains a 3.3 average at
gardens at Fort Mason and
the Ping Yuen Projects in
finished in 2nd place. She compounded at in-
participated in G.A.A. tersections where some
Round Trip from $33900
St. Ignatius High School. Chinatown. She par- volleyball and badminton signal lights are not
He is also a member of the
ticipated in the March of
from 1973-1976. To her equipped with turning
credit, she has a certificate arrows. A 'go' or 'walk' UNION TRAVEL
Chucker is a member of
walking 20 miles and
raising $87.40 for the
March of Dimes. On
for tutoring in Elementary signal doesn't necessarily
Schools and has an out- make it safe to cross. The
standing service award. pedestrian must watch
specifically, the Teen weekends she works at a She is an honor roll both the signal and for a 323 Geary St. Suite 418
Club, Spirit Club, Rally Donut Shop and is an student. break in traffic at in-
Committee and the Block Avon representative. In addition to being tersections where turning SAN FRANCISCO CA 94102
Club. He serves as an altar In 1976 Lorraine wae musically inclined, cars are evident.
boy and works weekends selected as the Most Lorraine corresponds with The motorist may not
and summers with his
father in the construction
Valuable Player in
Volleyball when her team,
pen-pals in Japan and she always give the pedestrian
loves to dance. the right of way. 11397-7775 1
SAN FRANCISCO POLICEMAN - Page 11 April 1977
SPOR TS REPOR T GOLF CLUB NEWS SOFTBALL CIRCUIT
by Sheila Mullen On Thursday, March with a net 69; second, Bob by Dave Maron
17, 1977 the San Francisco Mueller with a net 72; and
On Saturday, March 26, 1977, in Newport Beach,
Police Golf Club third Ed Castiglioni with a
California, the California Peace Officers Athletic As this article is being written, the softball season is
celebrated St. Patricks net 74.
Federation sponsored two races, whimsically titled three weeks old and is going almost as expected.
Day by playing golf at The hole-in-one was won
"European Cross Country Race", which is more loosely Park Station, last year's champions, is the team to
Lake Merced Golf and by Bill Groswird, who hit
translated as "messy, muddy course". The S.F.P.D. beat. Winning their first three games, Park is out to
Country Club. We had the one 157" from the hole.
enthusiastically participated in both events, a three prove they can do it again.
largest turnout in the Ex-Chief Don Scott was Central #1- hurt by preseason transfers, have also
mile individual and a 15 mile relay. Grandmaster 'Ed
club's history. Ninety- second 18'6" and he was won their first three games. But, can they keep it up?
Preston of the S.F.P.D. really showed up all those fresh
.seven players showed up, followed by Harvey Ingleside, winning their first three games, looks like
young kinds. He took first place in the three mile race,
which is indicative of the Harrison who was 227" they have finally solved their infield problems and with
and did pretty good in the relays, too. Below are listed
popularity of this fine golf away. Harvey had the a powerful hitting attack will take a back seat to no
the places and times of our members- misfortune the following
3 MILE INDIVIDUAL We all missed Vie Macia weekend while in- Southeast has won three games and lost one. Helped
PLACE TIME (at least I did) who was vestigating an accident on by preseason transfers, Southeast looks like it is going
back East going to school Van Ness Ave. of getting to make a run at the top teams.
• Preston 1 19:55.7 - hit by a car and breaking
for the old P.D. Mission has won two games and lost one. Always a
• Shoaf 5 20:23.0 Darol Smith shot the his leg. We all wish you a top team and known for their argumentative spirit.
Minkel 7 20:54.0 low score of the day, a 77. speedy recovery, Harv.
Frazier 10 22:58.0 Mission should be one of the favorites.
The only other player in The club as of March The Airport Police. playing their first season in the
Foss 13 24:02.0 the seventies was Grant 25, 1977 has one-hundred Tuesday Division, have won one game and lost one. A
15-MILE RELAY Fahs who had a 79. and seventeen (117) good quality team and they should finish up high in the
• Preston/Shoaf/ The low net winner was - members. Of these, standings.
Minkel/Frazier/Foss 2 1:50.07.5 Larry Dubour who shot an twenty-five are new as of The Inspectors Bureau are also at one and one.
80 and with his 12 han- this year. Although hurt by the loss of key players, once the rust
dicap, or should I say The club is open to all wears off they should be up to their old form.
former 12 handicap, had a active and retired San Southeast Station has won two games and lost one. A
net 68. Francisco Policemen. solid team and they will have to get 100% out of all
First flight winners Anyone interested, send their players to win a playoff spot.
were: first, Ray Costello me $5.00 for the 1977 dues Richmond Station, although winning only one of
net 69; second, George and I'll send you a their first three games, cannot be taken lightly. They
Eimil net 71; and third membership card and a have some good quality players but must get serious to
John Phillips with a net 72. current schedule. win.
Second flight winners Central #2- at one win and two defeats are capable
were: first Gene Jerry Cassidy, Secretary but a few players are going to have to carry a lot of
S.F. Police Golf Club
Traversaro with a net 71; weight.
second, Homer Hudelson Rm. 150, Hall of Justice C.S.T.F. - are capable of upsetting anyone but as yet
with a net 72; and third or have not won a game.
Taking off on three mile race in Newport licacli Axe! Lunn with a net 73. 237 San Mann Dr. S.C.U. . not much is known about this team. They
Third flight winners Novato, CA 94947 have lost their first three games but should improve.
• Although I'm sure there is no need to mention that were: first-Emmett Cooney (897-0226) But then, just who are those guys behind those beards'
the Annual "BAY TO BREAKERS" race will be held ••
on Sunday, May 15, 1977, at 10:00A.M., what you may
not know is that our own contingent of police-people
participants will converge at Mission and Steuart Important meeting for all those interested in SOFTBALL SCHEDULE
Streets directly prior to the starting gun - objective, to Olympic Rowing. The meeting will be held at:
All games start promptly at 9:30 A.M.
perhaps run together and give each other moral sup-
port! If you are running, and still haven't filled out your PLACE: The Lake Merced Boat House
DATE: Monday, April 25, 1977 Tuesday, April 26, 2977
entry, Joe Mob, Ext. 1530, tells me he has a limited F vs. A#1 at Rolph
Airport vs. B at Funston
• All interested rowers for the men and women's D vs.G atM.H.#2
divisions as well as coxians should attent. If unable to A#2 Vs. SCU at Parkside
attend, call Steve Wolf, Co. G, Ext. 1385 prior to the H vs.0 at Rossi
meeting. CSTF vs. I at M.H.#1
Saturday, April 30, 1977
Inspec. vs. Southern at Balboa#1
NORTHSTARS MOTORCYCLE CLUB
Tuesday, May 3, 1977
F vs. Airport at Parkside
3 Month Calendar A#1 vs. G at Rossi
B vs. SCU at Roiph
May 8: Virginia City Grand Prix, contact Steve Heaney D vs. H at M.H.#1
May 11: Club meeting 7p.m., Horseshoe Courts CSTF vs. A#2 at M.H.#2
San Francisco's Finest May 14: Salmon Trip contact Bob Brog. Only first 17 C vs. I at Funston
members to sign up (guests welcome) $20 per person
Also, special mention has-been due for some time to May 15: San Jose Mile (only 60 tickets were purchased Saturday, May 7, 1977
Ray Musante, who not only participates in most of the for the club) Contact Pat Munroe at Munroe Motors Inspec. vs. Airport at Balboa#1
running events, but is consistently there to give support May 21: Fools Gold Enduro Georgetown. Contact Steve
and encouragement to his fellow runners. For example, Heaney (rain date June 4) - Location of Diamonds: -• -
at the Tilden Park Run in February, Ray had an injury May 22: Street ride. Further info to be announced at
and couldn't run; however, he showed up anyway to ' meetings Margaret Hayward #1 - Turk & Gough
help out, and things ran much more smoothly because May 25: Club meeting 7p.m., Horseshoe Courts (near Clubhouse)
of his presence. Many thanks, Ray, for really caring. Margaret Hayward #2 - Turk & Gough
June 8: Club meeting 7 p.m., Horseshoe Courts
June 12: Street ride. Further info to be announced at (Near Gough St.)
meetings Rossi Field - Anza & Arguello WWI
June 22: Club meeting 7p.m., Horseshoe Courts Parkside Field -26th Ave. & Vicente
June 25-26: Overnight street ride to Tahoe. Still in Funston Field - Chestnut & Webster
planning stage. Roiph Field Army & Hampshire (Near Clubhouse)
June 26: Motorcycle only drag races at Sacramento Balboa #1 - San Jose & Ocean (near Ocean Ave.)
July 6: Club meeting 7p.m., Horseshoe Courts
A14EFLI CA.N July 9: Buffet dinner at Bonanza. $15 per couple, all Mark Porto, Co. F - 553-1061,
LICORICE Co. you want to eat, live music, no-host bar. Contact Bob'
1-500 to 2300 hrs.
55 FEDERAL STREET All-Star Committee:
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 9410" Jerry Donovan - CSTP
(415) 421-0754 - Any questions about any events or membership,
contact Pat Munroe, Munroe Motors, San Francisco Bill Decarsky - G • Chuck Collins - D
OR Jerry Donovan, CSTF, Ext. 1278. Ross Laflin - B Phil Dito - A#1
SAN FRANCISCO POLICEMAN - Page 12 April 1977
Handcuffing POLICE BUDGET
- , Real Brass Buckles
(Continued) 1880 police officers. But, by the
Police time it got out of Committee and then on to the Mayor's
Office, the number had been cut by 130 positions. If
progress and even though these figures are right, the department's strength of
they see two individuals sworn officers will be just 1750.
they know from experience
have engaged in such Also included in the Department's budget request
burglaries. was the deletion of four (4) more 0-2 (patrolman)
positions. Three of these would be replaced by lawyers
It is noted that Section to staff our legal office. And, the other for some type of
844 (the knock and notice accountant.
requirement) need not
have been complied with
when the police officer Of course the S.F. Bar Association proposal (Civilian
"acts on a reasonable and Complaint Board) was also included in the budget.
good faith belief that Nine (count 'em) civilians at Assistant Inspector's pay
compliance would increase and the boss at a Lieutenant's pay. Police salaries but
'This solid brass buckle commemorates the San Francisco Police
his peril, frustrate an not a policeman in the carload!
Department's long history of service to the public, and is dedicated
arrest or permit the to the regular, retired and reserve offices, men and women who
IN Since the Bar proposal was first submitted to the
destruction of evidence." have proven that they are exemplary in the field of law enforcement.
Police Commission many months ago, we have seen the
The court in this case held
idea change form, from a 28-page mess, which was so
that neither of these ex- Over 400 of these fine buckles have been sold to date to botI
full of legal and administrative problems that it was
ceptions applied. active and retired members of the SFPD. Because sales have been
completely unworkable, to just 4.pages or outline.
good, we ordered, and now have 70 buckles available to fill your
All Reedley citizens The people within the Bar Association, and perhaps order right away.
should, like police chief our Police Commission are so very committed to this
Bill Mitchell has done, com p laint review idea, that any logical questions mean Please complete the order form below and send it to Gale Wright
write to assemblyman almost nothing. through the Department mails, or address it to the Policeman 5107th
Richard Lehman, senator Street, San Francisco,94103 Each buckle sells for $13. Be sure to
Rose Vuich and assem- We see an added cost to the Ad Valerum tax rate of a include your check or money order. If you want it mailed to you, add
blyman Ken Maddy to quarter million dollars, just for the first step to 75s for each buckle to be mailed.
review this section of the duplicate a service that already exists (Internal Affairs
law and ask if there is Bureau).
some legislation that may 'Pieaáesend'mé . .....buckles(s), at $13 eaöl7 (Add 75c it td , be mail " )
be introduced to amend, Other costs to the taxpayer, not mentioned in the Enclosed is $ 0 check 0 money order in full payment
expand or alter in some police budget, , are for a job survey, test preparation,
way the language of penal affirmative action proprogram requirements, ad- NAME . .. ...
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override this type of court studied in any depth. .D.ORESS..
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chairman of the assembly What's the bottom line? The crime rate is very high, ZIP '
but the Mayor, the Board and the Commission are
CITY' ' ' " ,,• , STATE -.
criminal justice com-
mittee). putting their emphasis on an untested Civilian Com-
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