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January d, 1^7 



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Regular 
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Minute a 



Election 
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Aquatic 
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A regular meeting of itie Parle Commiaeion loaa neld at McLaren 
Lodge, Golden Gate Park, San Franc laoo, on Wednesday, January 
a, 1947, o* 4*00 p.»« 

The following Cowmiaatonera were present: 

Lloyd E, Wilaon, President 
Howard J» Finn, Commiaaioner 
Edw, T, Haaa, Cormiaaioner 
Dan £• London, Commiaaioner 

Abaent: Byron G» Mobba, Commiaaioner 

The mmutea of the regular meeting held December J^, 
1946, were approved and adopted* 

On motion duly made, asconded and unanimoualy carried, 
Mr. Lloyd E. Wilaon waa re-elected President of the Commiaaion^ 

A quatic park . Mr. Sim Dever, representing tne Academy 
of Aeronautica, Inc., appeared before the Conmiaaion and 
proposed leaamg a portion of Aquatic Park Pier or Qaa Houae 
Cove for an aerial sightseeing and excursion service con-^ 
cession. Mr. Dever was requested to submit a written detailed 

appli cati on. 

Mesara. Thiele*a and Lafaille's application to lease 

Aquatic Park for restaurant purpoaea was taKen under aub- 

miaaion. 

Mra. Huntington Triest appeared before the Commission 

relative to a possible lease of A uatic Park for restaurant 

purpoaea and waa requeated to aubmit a written detailed 

applicationm 
Sub-surfice .^uf^^Muj-fanii aaraaea. A apecial meeting of the Com- 

■^^** miasion waa called for January 26 for the purvoae of dia- 
cuaamg the conatruction and operation of garagea under 
parka and aquarea. 



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rh« Superintendent reported on the following matters: 
rucfiaia Dell . That about 970 plants were cut or 
destroyed m the Fuchata Dell on December 31, 1^46, by 
uandals — o total damage of approximately $3,55u. 

yra^ PlantinQ . That he had studied Mrs. Morse Erakme's 
request to plant certain trees in accordarce with the tree 
planting ordinance and therefore, he recozmended that the 
Commission give its approval. It was so vrdered. 

^auipment . That there was an opportunity to purchase 
a ladder truck from the Municipal Railway for $1uO.'jO, and 
would like to have the Commission's appro ml. It was so 

ordered, 

^P.sar Stadium , Messrs. Leahy, Blackmger and Shaw 
appeared and presented the application of The San Francisco 
Forty-Niners Professional Football team for football dates 
at Kesar Stadium for the 1^47 football season. The appli- 
cation was taken under submission. 

Messrs. Warren, Brady and Canrinus, representing the 
School Department, appeared to discuss the 1947 Academic 
Athletic Football schedule at Kezar Stadium. They were 
requested to again cooperate with the Cormission by playing 
as many games as possible m highschool ntadiums and to 
submit their iy47 football schedule for consideration and 

approval. 

The Secretary was directed to foroard to Islam Temple 
Jlast-West Shrine Football Committee, an itemized statement 
for $732.85 covering incidental expenses incurred m making 
preparations for the annual football game held m Keuar 

Stadium, January 1, 1^47, 

rnuni:ain of the Whales . The Art Commission's proposal 
that the Fountain of the Whales be instclled on the center 
circle of Telegraph Hill was approved, provided that final 



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Aquatic 
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plant for the installation be first submfted to the Cowmia- 
Shon for approval and that the installation be »od« by the 
Board of Public Works, 

Beach Street Fropertu , The Dauis Hardwood Company's 
application to lease certain property located on Beach Street, 
between Hyde and Larkin Streets, for storage purposes, waa 

denied* 

Acuatic Park , The Sweegman School for Medical 
Secretaries' application to lease the Aquatic Park for school 
purposes toas put over until a later meeting, 

/^auatic Park Pier , The Secretary was instructed to 
refer the communication from the Sea Scouts to the Board of 
Education, as a natter coming under their jurisdiction. 

A quatic Park, The Tyee Club's application to lease 
the Aquatic Park or Beach Chalet for meeting purposes, was 

denied, 

lacht Harbor , The Secretary was instructed to forward 
a statement itemising the total anticipated expenditure of 
the $25,000 allotted m this year's budget for Yacht Harbor, 
to tne San Francisco Yacht Harbor Association, as requested 
m their communication, 

lardina Park , The communication from Ur, Thomas Ted 
White, inre: golf at Harding Park, was referred to President 

Wilson for reply, 

r.«ii |«g Brayton Estate, The Secretary was instructed 
to advise Mr, Carlo Morbio, Attorney for the Estate of Louiss 
Brayton, that because of economic conditions, due to the war, 
monies left to the Commission by the late Louise Brayton, 
had not been applied for any purpose and were now in the 
custody of the Treasurer of the City and County of San 

Francisco, 

gnri^l Aero Field . The San Francisco Model Aero Club's 

request that a wooden fence be constructed uround the flying 




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area, was denied* The Superiniendeni; was instructed to 
proceed with the narking of the field as requested m the 
conmunic ati on* 

The following communications were referred to tne 

Superintendent: 

From Mrs, Eliseabetn AT. Alward, President, San 
Francisco Garden Club, offering to present a stirub to start 
a small garden dedicated to Miss Alice ^stwood. 

From John J, O'Toole, City Attorney, aduismg of 
claim for $5, U5u.no for damages, filed by Augustine P. 
Donoghue, for personal injuries from poisoning, allegedly 
caused by a hot dog and requesting investigation and report. 

From the Controller's office ccvring claim filed 
by Donald Lowenbein, in the amount of $113. OU for personal 
property lost m locker m the Golden Gate Park Tennis 

Clubhouse fire. 

From Mrs, Patricia Lyman, complaining of boys playing 

m Huntington Square. 

From Jeannette Davis, complaining of the whir of 
automobiles m Golden Jate Park, 

From L'r, Fred J, Clark, complaining of the tall 
grass and shrubs around the statue of Francis Scott Key. 

From the U, S, Coast Guard complaining of a Comnie- 
sion employee dumping refuse into the bay in tne vicinity 
of Yacht Harbor, contrary to regulations. 

From Honorable Twain Michelson, Judge, Municipal 
Court, enclosing communication from William J. Dibble and 
suggesting that certain reconmendctione made therein be 
given consideration. 

The following communications were read and ordered 

filed: 

From Dr, J, C Geiger, stating that it would be 



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perfectly all right to plant acacia nelanoxylin tn San 
Franciaoo* 

From Doctor Oraoe Talbott, aduiaxng that the general 
mpreeeion that acacia pollen cauaea hay feuer ia erroneoua* 

From Doctor Albert H, Rowe, Af.D. , app rowing the 
planting of acacia treea* 

From the Yallejo Tacht Club Inc, m aupport of the 
propoaed landing float for viaitmg yacktamen. 

From the Doion Town Aaaociation thanking -tiie Cowmia~ 
aion for the Chriatmaa Eve program m l^nion Square, 

From the National Foundation for Infantile Paralyaia, 
thanKing tne Commiaaion for the temporary lodging of monkeyt 
m the San Frajicisco Zoological Qardena* 

From Ura* Soger P. Lapham, tnanking the Commiaaion 
for tne planta forwarded to her at Chriatmaa time* 

Sxtenaion of Time - Guerin Broa » On the recommendation 
of the Superintendent, the ninety day extenaion requeated 
by duerm Broa,, waa denied and a thirty day extenaion was 
granted on their contract for the matallation of a lu" 
water mam from the Water Worka to the itain Drive, Qoldm 

Gate Park, 

Q.o^den :}ate Park. Steam Train , Mr, Cleo Barnea ' propoaal 
for matallmg and operating a ateam train in Golden Gate 
Park, waa held over until a later meetingm 

Union Square, The Gray Linea' requeat for permiaaion 
to inatall a buaineaa telepnone m Onion Square waa referred 
to Comniaaioner Dan London for mveatigation and report. 

Street ![rf^ Planting , The Secretary preaented tne 
following bida for atreet tree planting on Lombard Street 
from Van Neaa Avenue to Richardaon Avenue; on Market Street 
from Valencia Street to Caatro Street; and on Van Neaa Avenue^ 
from Broadway to Aquatic Park Pier, San Franciaco: 



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Chriateneen Nuraery Co», 
and Huettig & Sonromm 

Harold L» Rama ay 

Budolph Watacn and Paul A* 
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$7, yyd* 5u 

8,850. VV 
8,568.50 

21,024.00 

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DaLuca & Son 

On tha recommendation of the Superintendent and on 
motion duly made, seconded and unanimoualy paaaad, tna 
following raaolution loaa adopted: 

RESOUJTIOV no. 1370 

RES0I7ED unanmoualy by tha Parit Comniaaion that a 
contract be awarded to J, W. Bran Company for Street Traa 
Planting on Lombard Street from Van Neas Avenue to 
Richardaon Avenue; on Market Street from Valencia to Caatro 
Streets and on Van Neaa Avenue fror Broadway to Aquatic Park 
Pier, San Francisco, California; and that tna Secretary ba 
and la hereby authoriaed to execute the same m the name of 
tha Park Comnisaion and that payment therefor m tha amount 
of Seven Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety^Three and 50/100 
($7^yy3m50) Dollara be made from Appropriation 612.^oo.uv 
(street Tree Planting). 




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Relocation Relocation of Booster Pumps. Pipin a and Installation 

of Booeter , , _ . 

Pumps, Pip- of New Well Discharge Lines at the Water Works, ^olden ^ate 

ing and 

InsialJ. Park. Jon f rands co. Tha Secretary preaanted tha following 

Sew Well 

Discharge bida on tha contract for tna above workt 

Lines at 

fafcrworka. Pacific Pumping Company $d,750mU0 

2m (^a Park t 

Butt a Conatruction Company 12,e29mO0 

jr. J. Traaey 17,y36.5o 

On tha recommendation of the Superintendent and on 

motion duly mada, aacondad and unanimoualy paaaad, tha follow^ 

mg reaolutton waa adopted: 






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contract be awarded to Pacific Punping Company, Inc., for 
the Relocation of Booeter Pumpa, Piping and Inatallation of 
Kew Well Discharge Lmea at the Waterworks, Qolien Gate Park, 
San Francisco, Californias and that the Secretary be and 
18 hereby authorised to execute the sane m the name of the 
park Commission and that payment therefor m the amount of 
Eight Thousand Seven Hundi A Fifty and 00/lOU ($8,750^00) 
Dollars be made from Appropriation 612^500.62 (Water Supply 
and Irrigation System)* 

Tacht Harbor. ADProval of Moorma Licenses , On motion 
duly made, seconded and unanimously passed, the following 
applications for mooring licenses, Tacht Harbor, were approved: 
pi/g OF APPLICANT pERTH NO. NAkT OF BOAT 

Aldo Alessio 134-5 kistress 

N. S. Pedersen U.D. 6if histral 

Hugo Fambrini Temp. Colleen 



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1365 



^eaoluUons : On motion duly made, seconded and unanimously passed, 

the following resolutions were adopted: 

RESOLUTION N0» 1365 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
thebest interest and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the 
following payments: 

CALIFORNIA P ACTFTC TlTLg INSURANCE CO. $4U.0U 

Purchase of Lot 4 - Assessor's Block 613d 
From Frances M, Uusao - required for Mcl/irer, Park 

ANCHOR POST FENCE COMPANY ^ . r . 

— final payment - Installation of a Chain Link 
Fence - Sutro Heights Park 

yy. J. AND.= 7is;oN roofing compaft 

Final Payment - Reroofing ana Repairs 
Sharon Building, Children's Quarters 

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— Fourth Payment - Installation of an Irrigat-ion 
System - Unit No. 1 - Golden Gate Park 



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Third Payment - Ifodernisation of the Electrical 
Syatem, Water Worka Pimpyng Plant, G,a»Part 



Bona Conoerta - Golden (}ate Park 



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Smployeea Compenaation 
Inaurance 



$1,660.00 
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conscTOR or internal revenue 

Tax on Admxaaiona - December 1946 



142. 12 



Children'a Quartera 
rietanhacker Play field 

DEE^ ANI> DJ7SMSB 
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20^82 
121. 30 



Pavilion Roof & Wall Repaira 



DEEiER AND DEEIIER 

firat Payment - Painting of Outside Walla 
and entrance gatee at Kexar Stadiim 

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Firat Payment - Removal of old pumphouae 
and amoke atack at Water Worka - G.Q.Park 



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5, 913. 00 



6,152.40 



E. A. CORNELT. INC. 1, 204. 00 

Inatallati on of a combuation aafeguard 
ayatem Flexahhacker Pool Heating Plant Furnacea 



Engineering aervicea in 
rehabilitation of Kesar 



connection with 
Stadium 



CALIFORNIA PACIFIC TITLE INSURANCE CO. 
Purchaae of portion of Aaaeaaor'a Bl 
411, from Bates Eatate Company for 
Tacht harbor (Parcel 6) 



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4, 700. 00 



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CALIFORNIA PACIFIC TITLE INSURANCE CC. 
Purchase of portion of Assessor's Block 
421, from Pacific Gas & Electric Company 
for Tacht Harbor (Parcel No, 8) 

TITLE INSURANCE AND GUARANTT COMPANY 

Purcfiase of westerly 4.^661 acres of lot 
40 in Assessor 'a Blodi 72ol,San Francisco, 
from Wella Fargo Bank & Union Trust Company 
and the Bank of California, N.A., required 
for rieishhacker Play fi eld (Parcel No, 12) 



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Mesolution No. 1366 
RESOLVE) unanimously by the Park Commission that 
for the proper conduct and beat mtereat of the Park Depart- 
ment the Controller be and la hereby requeated to approve 
the following work orderax 



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276 DBp-t* of Public Works 

{Street Repairs) 



27Y Purchasing Dept* 

(Shop No. 10) 



DESCRIPTION AMOUNT 

Pave Parking Area $94o»uu 

A pedestrian paths 
near west end of 
Keaar Stadium 

Repair damaged doors 693,00 
m Elephant Compartment 
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1367 
Orders 
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RESOLVED unanimously by fhe Park Commission that for 
the proper conduct and best interest of the Park Department 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the 
following Orders for Service or Work: 



ORDERS FOR 
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VENDOR 

California Pacific 
Title Insurance Co. 



DESC?:iPTION AMOUNT 

Title Insurance $18, uO 

Policy - Block 
6133 - Lot 4 
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Central Permit Bur, 
Dept.of Public Wks, 



Inspection of High 
Pressure Fire Tube 
Boiler - 20^7/16** 
diameter - Miniature 
Railway - H,F,Plfd, 



7,00 



Central Permit Bureau Inspection of 74" 
Dept, of Public Wks, Diameter High 

Pressure Fire Tube 
Boiler at H,F*Pool 



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RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that fo^ 
tne best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the 
following ALLOTiiENTS and TRANSFERSt 

AffLOTi^m 
Appropriation 



612, 215, ol 



Maintenance & Repair - Sidewalks 
and Roads - General Division 



e 12.300, OS--! Materials and Supplies - Resale 

Cowmissary Division 



612.111,04 



Allowance for Overtime 
Recreational Division 



$ 940, OO 

2, OOU, OO 

760,00 



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Wages - Temporary 
Recreational Diviaion 

Water Supply & Irrigation 
System 

Street Tree Planting 
TRANSFERS 



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Forage - Zoo Div'n* 



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612. 203. 02 
Allowance Employees 
Cars - Zoo Division 



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RESOLUTION N0.136y 

RESOLVED unanimously by the rark Commission that 
all non^civil service appointments, temporary appointments 
and removals nide by the Superintendent of rarks for the 
months of September through December, 1^46, be and the 
same are hereby approved and 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a report of said 
appointments and removals be transmitted to the Controller 
and the Civil Service Commission, 



Meeti ng 

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Commission, the meeting adjourned at 6:30 p.m. 






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San Francisco, California 
January 16, 1^4/ 



A apeoial meeting of the ParK Comniaaion was field at 
McLaren Lodge, (Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Thursday, 
January 16, 1947, at 4:00 p.ai* 

The following Commissioners were present t 

Str» Lloyd E* Wilson, President 

2tr, Howard J, Finn 

Mr, Sdw, T, Haas 

Mr» Dan S, London 

/baent: Mr, Byron d, Mobbs 

The Secretary presented tne certificate to certify 

the re-<Lppointment of Cowaissioner Eda, T. Eaas, for a period 

of four years from January 15, 1947, The Comnissionera and 

members of the staff congratulated Commissioner Haas on hia 

re^appomtnent, 

" THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

" STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

" TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COMEf QREETING: 

^Reposing special confidence m the fidelity and ability 

o f EDWARD THOMPSON HAAS - I do, by these presents, by 

virtue of tne authority vested in me by tne Charter 

of the City :ind County of San franciaco, appoint him 

a member of the Park Commission m and for the City 

and County of San Francisco, he to hold said offiot 

for the term of four years from and after tne 15th 

day of January 1947, yice himself -'term expired, 

" IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have signed my name 

and have caused the seal of my office to be 

affixed hereto thi s 15th day o f Januaru, 1947 , 



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^ub-'Surfaqa Garaaes * Preaidant Wilson stated th9 
purpose of tne special nesting was to explore the possibility 
of private oapxtal conatruGt\ng and operating garages in 
the sub-surface areas of parks and squares under the juris- 
diction of the CoTumission. 

Mr» Florence McAulxffe stated that the corporation 
/!• represented mas very much interested m the construction 
and operation of garages, but that to date they had not been 
able to obtain bids from contractors due to the shortage of 
steel and other vital materials. He suggested that the 
call for bids be postponed for a period of six months, 

Messrs, Hoioard iiUllen and J. L. Steioart, represent'^ 
fftg another interested group, stated that they were inter- 
ested in the construction and operation of garages, but to 
date had not been able to obtain secondary financial 
assistance. They also suggested that the call for bids be 
postponed for a period of six months, 

Jfr, Leonard Uosias, Architect and Mr, Frank Carroll, 
Downtown garage owner and operator, suggested that the 
City finance the construction of garages and lease them to 
private capital for operation* 

President Wilson stated that was the second pnase of 
the problem before them, that is to say, if private capital 
was not interested m the construction and operation of 
garages, then should the municipality construct and operate 

garages? 

Mr, Thomas Brooks, Chief Administrative Officer, 

Supervisors Jesse Colman and Chester MacPhee were of the 

opinion that these garages should be constructed and 

operated by private capital, but since the parking problem 

was so acute that if, within six months there was no 

response from private capital, that a program should be 



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worked out ao thai the coat of oonatruoUng the garagaa ba 
tnoludad \n a bond laaua to bo plaoad before the eleotora 
tn Nouember. Supervxaor MaoPhee further atated that the 
operation of theae garagea when oonatructed ahould be left 
to private capital* 

President Wilaon concluded the meeting by atatmg 
that it appeared that it would be advisable to postpone o 
coIJ for bida for construction and operation of aub" 
aurface garagea under St. Uary'a Square, Portamouth Square 
and Civic Center Plasa, for a period of aix nontha and 
that if at that time there '<oaa no response to the bida, 
the entire matter would be referred to the ^ayor and Board 
of Superviaora for their consideration and action. 

There being no further business to come before tne 
Conmiaaion the meeting was adjourned at 5:45 p. mm 




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Russian 
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Beach 

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Park 
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San Francisco, California 
January 24 j Iy47 

A regular meeting of the Park Commission was held m 
McLaren Lodge, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Friday, 
January 24, 1947, at 4:00 p.n* 

The nmutea of the meeting of January 8, 1^47, were 
approved and adopted* 

Golden Gate Park* Jfr. Cleo Barnes* application to 
operate a steam tram m Golden Gate Park, waa denied* 

Russian Hill Unprovement Association * The Secretary 
was instructed to adoise the Russian Hill Improvement 
Association that the hearing on that parcel of property, 
located between Chestnut, Francisco and Hyde and Larkm 
Streets, would be on Thursday, ifarch 13, at 4:00 p*m* 

Union Scuare* The Gray Lines' request for permission 
to install a telephone in Union Square was granted and 
Commissi oner Dan London and Superintendent Julius Girod 
were requested to work out the necessary details* 

Call for Bids * On the recommendation of the Superm^ 

tendent and on motion duly made and passed, the Secretary 

was authorized to call for bids on the following: 

Buena Vista Park Water Main 
Dolores Boulevard Irrigation System 
Construction of Two Pump Vaults - Water Works 
Fleishnacker Play field - Addition to Upper 

Vending Booth 
SharD Park Gol'' Course - Install Dram, Canyon 
u ' n n » _" "^ Fairways 

^each Chalet . Mr. Sam Parente's application to lease 
the Beach Chalet for dming and dancing was denied^ 

park Lands , The Secretary was instructed to advise 
the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors that the commission 
did not have any lands under its Jurisdiction that could 
be transferred to a non-profit organization to provide home 
sites for veterans* 



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MuseuM: 



7, J* pork 
proposed 
Sewer 
Biversi on: 



Sharp 
£ark: 



Ticenie 
Scuare: 



Kesc. r 
Pa V i lion 



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gav Day Festival , Sally Ann Swanaon'a application to 
be Queen of tne May was held over until a later meeting, 

Joe Ann Thonpeon'a application to be Crown Bearer m 
tne Jftiy Day Feetival, waa held over until a later meeting* 
lac^nt Harbor . The Secretary loaa instructed to reply 
to two coimunicationa from the San Francisco Yacht Harbor 
Association requesting a report on progress of certain 
improvements to be made at Tacht Harbor* 

Washington Square. Proposed ii emoricl Bench. The Vortti 
Beach Lion's Club's proposal to place a memorial bench m 
Washington Square, vcas held over until the next meeting, 

ffm Young i/useum . The Secretary was instructed to 
refer tne communication from the Department of Industrial 
Relations to the Trustees of the De Young Museum as a matter 
coming under their Jurisdiction. 

r.n l den Jate park - 46th Avenue end Lincoln Wa^ 
n.M^r..xon sewer . On the recommendation of the Superintend- 
ent, the plans for the 46th Avenue and Lincoln Way Diversion 
Sewer, as submitted by the Director of Public Works, were 

approved^ 

■^hnr p Park - JirnherL Range . :he San Francisco Archers' 
request that Clu,ouu be included m the 1947^6 budget for 
the construction of a convenience station at Sharp Park 

was denied* 

Vicente Souarji . The Parkside Tennis Club's request 
for certain dates for tournaments m Vicente Square, was 

approved* 

^.^nr Pavilion . The Northern California Badminton 
Association's request for permission to use Ke^ar Pavilion 
for the Ninth Annual California State Amateur Badminton 
Championship, March 28, 2^ and 30, was approved. 

iflnds En-* - ^-Mf T^^tallation. In compliance with 
the request of the Corps of Engiueers, V.S. Army, the 







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comnisaion authorised the issuance of a revocable pemxt to 
cover the matallation of an underground cable, aa hereto^ 
fore made in Lincoln Park, and the maintenance thereof* 
golden '}ate Park, Road Repair . The Superintendent 
reported that the road from Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Way, 
\n dolden 3-ate Park, had been repaired* 

^lamo Square * Mr, John 5. Mclnnee' complaint concern^ 
mg unleashed dogs at Alamo Square was referred to the 
Superintendent with the suggestion that the matter be called 
to the attention of the police department. 

The following communications were read and referred to 
the Superintendent s 

From his Honor the Mayor adviaing that in hia opinion 
the city's obligation regarding the use of the bridge of 
the Cruiser San francisco has b en discharged and therefore, 
there is no need for keeping the unused portion* 

From the Property Owners' Association, Korth Beach, 
favoring tree planting along Columbus Avenue, from Bay to 
Washington Streets* 

From John J. O'Toole, City Attorney, advising of claim 
filed by Richard S. Tate for $17.50, damage to his trousers 
at Keaar Stadium and requesting investigation and report. 

From the Kingfisher Press inclosmp new tourist book^ 
let of San Irancisco and suggesting that this book be put 

on sale at Coit Tower, 

The following communications were read and ordered 

filedt 

From his Honor the Mayor, inre: funds for rehabilita- 
tion of Keaar Stadium, 

From the San Francisco Clippers requesting an oppor- 
tunity to be present at the meeting when football dates at 
Kesar Stadium are awarded* 



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JTroR the Federal Worka Agency advteing the construction 
of a freah loater pipe line from San Francisco to AlcatraM 
Island had been abandoned, therefore, \t is satisfactory 
if the comnisston cancels its permit issued on September 1, 

li^se. 

From Dr, J, C* Geiger, conmentxng on the improvements 

being made and the handling of foodstuffs at lesar Stadium 

and complimenting the stadium management for the splendid 

cooperation^ 

government Leases * The communication from his Honor the 

Miyor requesting that the departments reviea all existing 

agreements so that they may be evaluated as to whether they 

terminate after the end of hostilities or after the state 

ef loar is officially ended, was referred to the Secretary 

for attention* 

The following applications were granted: 

The Fay Improvement Company - Renabilitation of 
Panhandle Driveway, Golden Uate Hxrk - Additional 
thirty days starting tine* 

Antone Petersen & Sons - Construction of Pumphouse 
at Water Works - thirty days 

Antone Petersen & Sons - Alterations to Garfield 
Square Convenience Station • sixty days 

MacCabe Electric Company - Modernisation of the 
Waterworks electrical system - thirty days 

MaoCabe Electric Company - Main Yard Electrical 
Service - thirty days 

Golden (}ate Park Sewage Treatment Plant. Water Supr lu 
Connection , The award of contract covering the Water Supply 
Connection at Golden Gate Park Sewage Treatment Ilant was 
put over until a later meetii*g» 

Fleishhacker Plaufield, Merrv-Go^Round I^xntina and 
Repairs . Tne Secretary presented the following bids on 
the contract for the above works 

Antone Petersen & Some $15,967 

William Martin & Son 16,16Y 





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Adam Arras & Son 16,^65 

Mtdatate Conairuciion Corporation 24,36y 

On the reconnendatton of the Superintendent and on 
motion duly made, seconded and unanimously passed, the 
following resolution v>as adopted g 

RESOLUTION NO. 137? 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Parle Conmsaion that a 
contract be awarded to Antone Petersen A Sons, for 
repairing and painting the Merry^o -Round at Fleishhacker 
Playfield, San Francisco, California^ and that the Secretary 
be and is hereby authorised to execute the same m the 
name of the Park Commission and that payment therefor m 
the amount of Fifteen thousand, nine hundred and sixty 
seven (flS,if6Y) dollars be made from Appropriation 
612,214»Uk1 (Jtaintenance and Repairs - Structures, Commimary 
Division), 






Tacht 

Har_or; 



Tacht Harbor - Cancellation of MoonnQ Licenses , On 
recommendation of the Director of Recreational Activities 
the Secretary loas directed to forward notice of intended 
cancellation of mooring licenses to the holders of the 
folloamgi 



Harry Raphael 
Cue Dorn 
Urs» L. Bohla 
lir, R, Moore 
Mr, J, Stevens 



Berth 63 

" 62 

" 82 
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" 132 



Jachi Harbor, ADProval of Noorino Licenses , On motion 
duly made, seconded and unanimouely passed, the following 
applications for mooring licenses, Tacht Harbor, were 
appro vedt 
NAkZ OF APPUCANT BERTH NO . NAME OF BOA!^ 

Nelson E, Jonet 7-4 Halina 

David H, Jordan 907 Nereid 



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Richard S. Rheem, 
D, H, Sander* 
Joseph A» pnoe 



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Pan Air 
Lady Pnoe 



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the following resolutions were adopted: 

IrdTnlllt: RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 

the best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department, 
his Honor the Mayor be and is hereby requested to have an 
ordinance prepared appropriating $12,925.00 from Appro-^ 
pnation 612.199.00 (Park Compensation Reserve) to the 
credit of the following appropriations: 
612,110.01 



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Res. No. 
1373 
Work 
Orderst 



Permanent Salaries - General 
Division 



612.130,01 Wages - Operating - General 

Division 

61ii. 130.01-1 Wages - Construction & Repair 

General Division 

612.130. Ol'S Wages Temporary - General 

Division 



Wages - Operating - Commissary 
Divisi on 



612. 130. OH 

612.130.04-2 Wages - Temporary - Recreational 



Division 



$ 306.00 

6,661.00 

5,376.00 

14. 00 

369.00 

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$12,925.00 



to provide for the additional funds required to take care 
of increased compensation in accordance with the pro- 
visions of section 151.3 of the Charter as amended at the 
General Election held November 5, 1946. 



oT<^nr.VT iDfJ NO. 1373 
RSSOIISD unanimously by the ParK Commission that 
for the proper conduct and best interest of the Park 




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Orders 
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approve the following work orders i 



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P.e8,No, 
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DSPARTMENT 

Dept» of Public Wka, 
Building Repairs 



DSSCRIPTION 

Ina'^all New Control 
Valves t check valves 
and drips on heating 
system radiators at 
Keaar Stadium 



AMOUNT 
$360, 00 



RESOLUTION NO. 1374 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
the proper conduct and best interest of the Park Department 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the 
following Orders for Service or Work: 



Order for 
Service 
j>r Work 



Vendor 



pescriDtion 



Amount 



33 



Calif, Pacific Title Fees for title insur- $51.00 

Insurance Company ance policies 

Block 6u66mLot 7 - 
Belascoi Block 6u65 
Lot 14-Samuel - Block 
6001 - Lot 7 - Alexander 
Block 61ul - Lot 4 
Alexander 



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City Title Insurance Fee to title msur^ 
Company ance policy. Block 

6o27 - Lot S-^B - 
Salarac Land Company 



30,00 



ggg^irfTTHN yp. 1375 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
the best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department 
tns Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the 
following payments: 

STMON BROS . ,^ , $683.60 

Final Payment - Removal of old pumphouse 
and smoke stack at Water Works, Golden Gate Parle 

nAT.TPO^JIA Pfi f^TTTC TITLE TUSVUA^ICE QOUrAUI 9o5. 00 
purchase of Lot 7 m Block 6o66 - Belasco, 
Lot 14 m Block 606b - Samuel, Lot 7 in 
Block 6001 and Lot 4 m Block 6101 - Alexander, 
required for McLaren Park 



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First Payment - inatallation of a atorm 
water aewer at Fleiahhacker Flay/ield 
Unit No. 3 



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Res.NOm 

1378 

Auth,to 

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RESOLUTION NO* 1376 
RESOLVED unanmoualy by tfia Park Conmiaaion that for 
tna beat tntereat and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Controller be and ta hereby requeated to approve the 
following ALLOTMENTS and TRANSFERS: 



Appropriation 
6 12-300 '04 



€12''214~03 

From 
612'lll-u4 



Materiala A Suppliea 
Recreational Diviaion 



$ 2,t70.00 



Uamt, & Repair - Structurea 
t^ommiaaary Diviaion 15^^^7.00 



TRANSFERS 



612-111-01 
Allowance for Over- Alloi:ance for Overtime 
time - Recreational General Diviaion 
Diviaion 



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RESOLUTION NO. 1376 
RESOLVED bij tne Park Commisaion thai aaid Commiaaion 
enter into an agreement with THOMAS F. CHACE for engineering 
aervicea m connection with the first unit of the rehabili- 
tation of Kesar Stadium, Jolden Jate Park, San Francisco, 
California, aaid property being under the junadictxon of 
the Parte Commiaaion, that tne compensation for such 
aervicea shall not exceed the sum of Four thouaand ($4,u0u) 
dollaras aaid funda to be provided from Appropriation 
No, 612.500.63, Engineering and Architectural Sarvicea. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED tnat the Secretary of the Park 
Commission be and he la hereby authorised to execute aaid 
agreement for and on behalf of said Park Commiaaion, 



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Conmission, the meeting adjourned at 6:45 p.m. 




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January 29, 1947 



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J ^ apecial meeting of the ParK Conniasion loaa held at 

liS£ii^' jfclorsn Lodge, Qolden date Fork, San FrGnciaco, Wednesday, 
January 29, 1947, at 4:00 p,»« 

The folloioing conmiaaionera were present: 

Lloyd r. Wilson, President 
Howard J, Ftnn 
Edw, r. Haas 
Dan E» London 

Absent: Byron <7. Mobba 

19 ^7^48 Budget , The Park Departnent*s proposed 1947-43 

budget loaa approved and adopted. 

Water S upj^l y Connection at Jold en Jatc Park SeiM.qe 
Xrgatment Planj , The award of contract cooenng the Water 
Supply Connection at the (Jolden date Park Sewage Treatment 
Plant was put over until a later meeting. 

Extension of Time - Zo n paddock Fence, The Cyclone 
Fence Company's application for an extension of thirty days 
on contract for the installation of the Zoo Paddock Fence, was 
granted* 



Suiaet : 



Aoari of 
Contract: 



Extension 

of T ine: 




Meeting 

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commission, the meeting was adjourned at 6:35 p.m. 



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San Francisco, California 
January 30, 1947 

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i special nesting of the Port Commission was hsld at 
McLaren Lodge, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Thursday, 
January 3V, 194Y, at 4:00 p.M. 

The following commissioners toere present: 

Lloyd E. Wilson, President 
Momrd J. Finn, Commissioner 
tdw, T. Haas, Conmissioner 
Dan E. London, Commissioner 

AbsentrByron Q. Mobbs, Commissioner 

^^y.. r.... f>ar. Sev ^^ ^^ T..a±ment Plnnf, Water Suppl y 
connects^. THe Secretary presented the following bids on 
tne contract for the above m9rk, 
Associated Engineers 




Lump Sum 
$25,500 



^Itsrnate 
$18,000 
7,500 

l^,y6o 

4,05u 



Arthur Wallgren 



Res, Not 
1379? 



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(b) 12,475 

(c) 

(d) Q, 250 

On the recommendation of the Superintendent and on 
motion duly made, seconded and unanimously passed, the follow 

ing resolution aaa adopted: 

or.^nrnTTOIt ""- ISfn 
SSSOLVSD unani»ou»l» by tne PorK Cow,i>»ion tnat o 
contract te awarded to A.eocated Engineers for tne .-..taiia- 
tio. of tne water Supply Connection, Oolden gate Par, Se^ge 
Treatment Pla.t. San mnct.co. CaUforma, and tHat tn, 
secretary be oni ,. '..r.*y autnor.»i to «.cut. tne sane .» 
tne »... Of tne par. Co«..e.lon and t^at payont tnerefor .n 
tne ,-.«»* Of M.neteen tnou.ani, n.n. hun.r.d and e.gHty 
(tl9.9eo) dollar, te paid fron Appropriation 61^.500.62 
(water Supply and Irrigation System). 

mere being no furtner business to c.o before tne 



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A regular meeting of the Park Cowiniaeion waa held 
Tebruary 4, 1947, at 4tOO p.m., m McLaren Lod^e, Golden Gate 

Park, San Francisco. 

The following Commissioners were presentt 

Mr, Lloyd E. Wilson, President 
Mr, Howard J. Finn 
Mr. Edw, T, Haas 

Absents Mr, Dan i. London 
Mr, Byron 5. Mobbs 

The minutes of the regular meeting held January 24, 194?, 
and tne special meetiw • held January 29 and 30, 1947, were 

approoti and adopted, 

<,, r. z«oloa^-''l c^rden,. f!r'->'-r-' '■f imm<iU. On tft. 
reco^nendaticn of th« SuperinUnient. the conm.s.on apprcv,d 
tn, exchange of the foUoming am^al.. sutject to tne approval 
Of tne purchaser of Supplies: 

Thirty Rhesus monkeys for one male Nilgai Antelope 
and two pairs of Flamingoes, from Mr. Louis .oehels. 

Three Brahna Cattle, 1 pair of Black ^^J^^wjeer 
and ten barbary sheep for four African Crowned 
Cranes, from Dr. k'. R. Ottinger. 

ir^^nr Stadium . The report on the condition of the field 
cove r at Ke2ar Stadium, submitted by the Director of 
Recreational Activities, was accepted and the Secretary was 
instructed to request the Purchaser of Supplies to advise 
the vendors that the Commission was rejecting the canvas 
and would not assume further responsibility for the care or 

custody thereof. 

y.^ »nn.,e. -f-,.^^^^»-.r Plavfield. On tne reco,- 

„„dot.on 0/ the Super^ntendent, tne plan, for tne alter- 

at^ons of tne Uotnere' House at tne Flex.hnacH.r Hayf^eld. 

a. ,^.bm^tt,d ty ArcnMect Harry Tnonpeen, u,erc approved. 

Tne superintendent reported on tn. follomng «attere: 
Airplane accident .n tne vic^nUy of Big Bee. Sunday. 



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i)o»oy« to Uan\c\pal Pier, AquaUc Porff. 
iloot(i«n* m t tie Children's Playground involving tn§ 
poniea and a nine year old boy. 

Waahinaion Square - Proposed iiemorial Bench , The North 
Beach Liona Club's proposal to place a memorial bench in 
Washington Square, loas put over until a later meeting. 

^» j Houmm Cove . The Academy of Aeronautics' proposal 
for leasing a portion of Gas House Cove for an aerial sight- 
seeing and excursion concession, was postponed until the 
meeting of March 13, 194Y. 

jacht Harbor. Cancellation of k'oorina Licenses. On 
motion duly made and passed, the comnission cancelled the 
following mooring licenses: 

aus Dorn - Berth 62 

Urs» L, BohlS" Berth dH 

Mr. J. Stevens - Berth 132 
Cancellation of the license for Mr. Harry Raphael was 
postponed until the meeting of February 27, 1947 and for 
Ifr. R. Moore until April 10, 1947. 

nru.n center Plasa , The San Francisco Aerie No. b, 
r.O.Sagles, request for permission to use the plasa in front 
of tho City Hall m the early evenings for drill purposes, 

was granted. 

Cnlnmb^a Square . The H. S.Titile Company and Mr. Edw. 
Graham's complaints concerning the condition of the Columbia 
Square, was referred to the Superintendent with the 
suggestion that the illegal parking of cars on the square be 
called to the attention of the poUce department. 

a.i..n gate Pa r-.r stadium. The S. F.Dog Training Club, 
inc., request for permission to use the •Golden Jate Par, 
Stadium for obedience trials on June 8, 194y, was granted. 
The following communications were read and ordered 



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Troih iho United Spanish War Veterans endorsing tne 
Gonatruciion of blaaohera at Big Beom 

From the San Francisco Tacht Harbor Association out-^ 
lining plana for inprovementa at Yacht Harbor when moniaa 
are atfailabla* 

From Mr, P. E» Springer^ suggesting that groins be 
installed along the route of the Great Highway m order to 
protect the highway, 

^Quatic Paric , Mrs* Grace Perego's proposal for leasing 
the Aquatic Park Center and adjoining properties for devel^ 
opnent waa held over until a later meeting* 

ffiahtseeina Trams, The body designs and plans for 
additional si ghteeemg trams, as submitted by Mr» Don 
Graham, were approved. 

The following applications were granted: 

The Fay Improvement Company - thirty days on ine start" 
mg tim,e on contract for the rehabilitation of the Panhandle 
Dn veway, 

MacCabe Electric Company - tnirty days on contract for 
installation of light and power to Ham lard, Golden Gate 
Park, 

MacCabe Electric Company - thirty days on contract for 
modernisation of the electrical system - Water :7orks Pumpmg 
Plant, 

Acuatic Park , The Secretary was instructed to forward 
renewal of lease on Aquatic Park to his Honor thf Mayor for 
execution. 

Yacht Harbor Ho or ma Licenses, The following oppJi- 
cations for Yacht Harbor Mooring Licenses were approved: 
NAME OF APPLICANT BERTH NC . NAlE OF BOAT 

Frank A, O'Keefe i^y Ariel 

Jerome A, Franceschi 2u6 Jerry's Inn 

Albert Schwabacher ? Pes Espada IV 



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olutions: The following resolutions were approved and adopted 

by the commsaion: 

^^fin piTTON NO. 1300 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
tne best interest and proper conduct of the Parle Department 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve tne 
following Allotment: 
Ap propriation 
612.500.62 Water Supply <& Irrigation System $19,980.00 



Res, No. 

13B1 

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^ f.^OLUTlOI: NC. 1381 
RESCVrSD unanimously by the Park Commission tnat for 
tne best interest and proper conduct of the Parle D^ art^ent 
the Controller be ana la hereby requested to approve the 
following payments: 



AJ:7Ci!E PST ^-nSEN C- SON 

First pa yr.ent - Construction of Pumphouse 

At r/ater Works m J olden Jaze Paric 



P,ALPHMLEMI r, .. 

Band Concerts at (}olden Gate Park 

January 194V 

nri.LKCTQR C ^ rrT-rovAL REVENUE 
Tax on i4i"Ji£?T on? - January I94r^^ 
Children's quarters ^'^t'lt 

Fleisnhacker Playfield i5w.40 

>'naf/gy^enf! Paintmo of outside walls 
and entrLce gates at Kezar Stadium, 
Colden Gate Park 

mater tseler at Fle^inhacKer .lay.ield 
Unit No . 3 

mn HARE EL r^'^^r(^ COMPANY 
^o-rtn Pavnent - lloaernii^ation of tne 
'El'ectr^oal System :iater l>'orKs Pimping 
Plant, JO Id en Jate Park 



$6,232.50 



I, 285. 00 



187.5? 



657.00 



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Irrigatton iSystem - Unit Ho, 1 



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Irriga 

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A regular meet.ny o/ iht ParK C.nmissxon :«.s held at 
Ucl^ren Lodge, Golden .ate Tark, on THursiay, /t5ruarv C?, 

1^47, at 4t00 p.w. 

The follovsing connxsa\oner9 uerc present: 

Mr» Howzrd J, Finn 
Mr, Eda» T* Haas 
Ur* Dan S. London 

Absent :Lr, Lloyd i'. it'ilson 
i«V« Byron J, L'obbs 

Tt,, mnuU, of the .,eUng 0/ the Pur^ Conr.^3,von >^eld 
,„ Tue,i^y. r.i.rua.v i. 194?. were Ofprouei a.d a.opUi. 

Uarry Ra.nael .as ,ra,.t.d an e.Un,^on ,/ *.«« "■ "»» »»'""« 
i»c.n,« at lacht Harbor /or a rer.od of a. J mo'".. 

|/..-T-.,i par-. rn« /ion-Ieni/ 0/ ^eronouttc 's r«.:«.»< /or 
pern..3.on to .oor a float .nd op.r.t. .n aer.al ,„.t,«.n, 

c,n«,a.on ,n i/ar.n. .^r. .n i.. -c.n.ty 0/ .a, Hou,. Co.e. 

was denied, 

„e.t As,oc.aUon's ,rcn«»I t^at r^P^^t, io.ni.d .v Ciay. 

Tashmston, Jones and .-nest J.rcf.J, 

puroo.,,. »=, -.ar-i .nd d«,..on tn.r*" -...t.^-ei. 

^.,..... Por^. iV». ^race Per.jo '» r.gueat that i'r. 
San .rller .e rerr.U.S to a.pear .r. ....on to .rc30.t -;an, 

4. . ■>,,.► ira« aronted 2nd the reeting 0/ 
/or me of j4?uctic .-ar):, loos sr-m-e 

Jfarrf. S7 «." /»x.d a, the i>".* /or «s ""«• 
...P^r. : ajl,J^. Tne conr.ee.on approved tn. rec^n^e.i.t ... 0/ 

t^. S.perr.^cndent t^ = i tn. i/o. 7 car I.ne troc.a, t-n,! 
and ouer.ae. ^n t .0 u.cn.t, 0/ 47tn ...nu. a,d ..Kon .tr«t, 
be re.o.ed and d.rected t.. .ecr.*ar, to .e,.»t *-« ---^" 
Vtilities to proceed u^t^ tJi« ioortr. 

. ,,..t.. .^rit . C.reetor 0/ rro^'^ty Josepn J. -'■::■". 
cppecrai and r.co^^.nded t.at t^.«— a»o,. puro^aaa a 



Ans'n, 



Aquatic 
Park: 



Acuatic 



f 



/ 




ilrr/^f 



30 



Xexar 



ier: 



parcel of property located «aat 0/ Bay Street and west 0/ 
Aquatic Park Buildinj, :xnd arljicer^t to U^ai ^vtc conmonly 
Knou>n as ^Trader Yxc's" property and the conr.xssxon agreed 
io v\sxt the Site and consider iha reconneniati on. 

gf ^nr atadiim. The Bay Area sports Aaaociatxon'a 
applxcatxon for use 0/ Ae^ar ^taixur . Chrxstr^as Day for 
the Fruit Boml Game, uas denxed. 

The arF^^<^<^t.ion of the Shrtne for use of Acsar Stadtum 
^.r the annual Hast^West football ja-e, ^n h^ew lear's Day, 
Thursday, January 1, r:^^, '^^^ grantei. 

The catholic ^ramnar Schools' request for use of ^esar 
Staixum on June ?, l^-i-. .^^r f'>e annual /»«li day, ^aa 

granted^ 

The con^unxcatxon fron the ^.Ich C. . .-^ng Conpany, .no- 

m%tt%ng a bxd for x.he food concession at i.esar Jtadit^, -^^ 
put over "til a later -meeting* 

The secretary ^as instructed to requect i:r. ^-- -filer 
U pr.s.ni a .rx^..^ .^Ucati^ ^n Uc bxi for tM /eod 
Gonceation at Kesar Stad%umm 

. .^ ,, -.-^ ^cr. -". J'arUs Chrtair- 
for leasing the rour,dhous4 at the en-" 



I . 



-'-0-: 



'"i 



, » 



g. ;. :a rk : 



■ipjacr _ 



-;■ 



•.•r:r Cfto^fter of 
ae on Sunday, 



Balboa 
^rhj 



,20Sln 



~-j 



SRSi 



Jc-.- :■ c'^ request for •' . 

^, ^_- ■ -c annual cr-r?-cT.^ 

March SS, 1M7, vaa jranteim 

,.l,aa lark . The Jo-.s .en.cn ..nior ,igH School's 

,on for u.e of Balooa Par' ^^ v ns of Ami 

-^ 30 an. v :, f^r r. ^u^^o:r cprin, fe^ -. 1. -a. .rc-c:, 

..•«« +« ere^"- iv9 o'Jt nsy poleSj i-er tne r.-.r- 
■^i ih pe ml 88% on to ere>^^ » «'*' • • 

.^,^ ... , ,.-7 7r.ricn, . r>.e rc,ue,t of Hole bro,. 
,,„,,, ,-,r loan ./ .u»ta*I. tvpf V «'"^--" •-'• '" 




.m 



'T 



tyif^ ,'^ii."'*^ 



m^^..:. 



'^ 



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31 



Zoo 



logical (kirdena for on Easte 



r Display %n its downtown 



'% ^n Rtitr 



Marina 



Q,G,Park 
Band s 



store, njas denied* 

unr-^na Park * I'essrs. George pamer Jr,j end i2. H* 



Hosnson's app 



lication to establish a mooring base for private 



seaplanes in Uarina Par^, oas denied, 



^ nlA^ yx ^at> 



Park Ban 



d. The Saluation Amy's request that 



cvprorriate ai pa 



be rlayei by the 'Jolden ^-^tc Parr ^and on 



Sunday, April 13, to o 



onn 



enorate iSali^ction Army week, u)as 



Civic 

Center 



Z1 



Icso 



app 



!* <•• 



jerk, 



roved* 

Tl%« United Inch Jocie 



ties request for remission to 



hold the annua 



1 Robert E^.net Ca-tsnoratt on exercises on March 



C. 1947. 1:30 p.r.,. 



%n Golden ffs*» Park, icaa granted, 



-^ 7. ..»■., 'ifj 



Cl v'1 






cr 



»• ■» . »i -^ 



The oonatructicn of a 16x32 stand 



in 



■he CiJic Center 



lasa for »Suniay, I'irch IG, for 



J. ». 



e United 



Irish Societies, I'Z? zppr 



ovei 



fifsi ^ fn 7a te Pa rkm 2 



The Co^^ 



's r«ju«t* thai a 



:orii 



ral display of th^ ^Ifl^^h '*^'^ ^'^ Teaiher^ 



be 



placed I 



n r"*c' 



of 



:he carr.f duri 



•inraigH aeB^fc ©^ 



October, uas granted end 



iestgnatei 



nil'i^.aia ^cuaret 



S^^erv, 



or 9 



ester i^( 



'eorjc 



"H 



Christopher, s»4 -iss: 
renrssenting bustn^ts 



^$ 



^aB«<li 



\n% 



- tm *m A 



WIS not »erv 



\rpos9 /er 



uh% 



recues 



for the 



"%r.\&3ion 



--".a 



ider 



^eople enployed 



xedtate v% 



» » ' 



'u% 



Square^ k^/ off 
cventuzll,, ' <■ 



er 



'or 



sale Solunbia i»q 



Ui 



.aht be uaed for 



rJ-T". 10 



^» - » > .» 



Pre&ideni Finn at*»-^ 



,ecl% 



-•^ fl. 



^ *h6 n & 



ttnetly prohibited the 



e of 



an: 



-.U >■ ~' 



e j'j-Ltr its 
crt^ r-r any 



had 



Durpose other ► '.-"^ 
aiicated for 



rec 



ao'j 



Id -.ot be diapoat. 



" 't Tf^osea by "< 
0/ by scle ercc 



. ,« ^ 7 



e a.' 



nd ther 



IT 



/ 



[he hc-'^ple 



i Mmm.jj g 



,/;?-/4? 



39 



Kesar 



Tree 
planting 



CioiG 

F la 2(1: 



l ^esar Stadium * The commission approved and ado-t ed 
the ly47'^S football sctiedule for Kesar Stadium as submitted 
by the Director of Recreational Activities, 

Tree Plant i no Frog ren t Messrs* Watson, Ilolmboe, Byram, 
Gardner, Wiley and ^uliivan, representing virions business 
and district asooc. ations, appeared and proiestei ajainst 
the Tilanting of acacia irees along UarKet Jtreet, from 



VaJ.enci 



a to Castro Streets, dating that the planting of 



trees ^n 



)he sideiaalks would be detrtr.ental to their uir.dow 



displays. Superintendent Julius Jirrd and members of the 



com 



r.i"5f on esplQincd t^au the trees \^ere small and would be 



T^lantei at sixty foot 



rvcls and that ihey would, m 



their opinion, ir>pro 



ve the arrsaranoe of the streets and not 



prove detrimental to ousiness. All V ^-^ protectants were 



permit 



:ed to ej:pre5a their oicus and a full 



.ng and 



discussion of 



the entire natter was had, 



J/r, Pettr Czroli 'c r^cues 
front of h%$ home r^aa denfed. 



that a tree be -^lar^ted m 



Civic Center rl^ac 



Th9 Ssn i'rane%ac9 QQn&ention and 



Tourist Burca 



u 



requei 



T e::t>.i 



•J i c 



•jrr>o. 



as nut -J 



until 





*^ twJti' 



^- 






~"n 



park 



JIL 



ytcente 

3£unrf : 



^ueem 



deni ei» 



:rshy 



a 



••^ 



■^ •* - ^ 



Qongrsas of laren 



» 



T*" e Sa~ -^ - - '• Secor)-. ^ ' ■- 
- -? Teachers, rez " 
hearing Of rlins for supervision of Vicente Square 'J^as 
• • ' f-tf \caring was ?ei /^r " '^, 

yi y nau wueen , Mrs. Dolores Sutter Kason'a request that 
her dawhter be considered as a candidate for kueen of 



he 



m lJ4d, u,aa ordered filel for future aonsi-erc.ion. 



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^ 



a G Par^i (Golden Gate Parrr * Messrs, Campbell, Voyr.e, Stevens, 

Kahrij Turkingtortj and Can7'\nua, representing alumni and 
school authorities, appeared and requested permission to use 
the meadow located near the Sharon Building for Lowell High 
School football practice. Superintendent Julius (}irod 
stated that this area was set aside for mothers and 
children and that there were practice fields available in 
the Qolden Gate Park Stadium and Beach Chalet Field, The 
matter was taken under submission. 

Yacht }larbor, Cancellaticn of noorinj licer.ses . On the 
recomnendation of the Director of Recreational Activities, 
the secretary was directed to f:>rward notice of intended 
cancellation of mooring licenses to the holders of the 
folloifinj: 



Yacht 
Harbor: 



"^e 



"' '>rt 



C, R, Tobm 
Eugene Bennett 
Janes Uichael 
George h, Kleiser 
A. J. Ehricha 
Edwin C. Heilly 
C, Z, Dek'eules 



Berth w^S 
" 52 



n 

It 

It 



20 
lots 

I'fl 

2( 



'^Oa 



Bmrdale§ 



parage Clam . On the rcco-.-tcn iati on of the City Attorney 
the commission approved the payment of Cl'^'.jO to Jlr, 
Richard S, Tate, for damages to trousers while claimant .^as 
viewing a football game at Kesar Jtadium, 

raeht Harbor , The communication from the Ss« Francisco 
Tackt Harbor ..s^oci^tio-^, -rfzc--: - ?'"t of items, wHtch, 
in its opinion, ^ere m need of x-.nedia-^e attention and 
repair at Yachi Harbor, loas referral to S^: :rintendent Girod 
for a report at the ne:rt neeting, 

rr^lden ;aif Park Band Concertn, The request that "no 
talking" signs be installed at />e lUPtc concourse, was 

denied^ 

Pf q^^JMlee Lcaov . Acting President Finn stated that the 
City Attorney had advised him oubstantially as follows: 



I* 



-J 



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-1^ 



S/8?M7 



34 



ilary Taylor Beardslee had died testate and among ottier things 
had bequeathed $20^000 to the City to be used under certain 
limitations for gates on the north side of the parK, with 
an inscription thereon* The proponents and contestants c)ere 
honeful that the city would waive the legacy* 



in 



The natter was fulj.y discussed and while it was 
vractical to determine all questions in reoard to the 



acceptance and uae of the legacy in the y^.anner and upon the 
conditions and approvals set forth in ine will on such short 
notice (the contest having been on trial for more than a 



10 



eek) the comnissi on wa 



s not "^rer^arci to waive the legacy 



and on 



the other hand Dould go no furtner than to reconnend 



that the legacy of the city be reduced only to the degree 
that the legacies and share of the other beneficiaries were 
reduced so that t hd city uould not contribute more than any 

id that the city would only participate 



)ther beneficiary a 



in ihe extraordinary expenses and costs which were caused 
directly by the Vi 11 Contest. I'r. Finn was directed to so 



J\5 W 



ere read and refi 



, » - - .-» i 



aiuisc the City Attorney, 

The following communicati 
the Superintendent: 

from Edu, Jrdi an protesting t^c -^arkmy of cars m 



Columbia Jcuare an 



d statir.g that th- 



at adpiaei tna 



Western Truck Lines has perm 



From L'r 



adpisin;] '>f Treasurer to be taken 



- •" zcacia trees* 



to preserve trees* 

From JJrs* .^arrict i. 

yron Tr. A, V. louera comr-lctring 3/ conduct of a 
counter attendant at the arr.ual Eu-L-::erL football game. 

The following CO—---T ^ ^- - 3-i3 ^ere vl , - rderei file: 

Frov . . „. ^. ^chrncicr ooncem%ng t^.c need for nnotner 
JO If course in t:>an ^ ranci ceo. 

From JJr, /. ;. Finigan -offering suggestions for ajieui- 
atinq the nt^rLmg vi-ic8 at golf courses* 





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.J 



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35 



yrom rr, i,'elson Jones aduiaing 0/ vandalism to his car 
varked opposite Jt. Francis Yacht Oliib. 

From i/r. Raymond L\ Stark stating that the Aquatic P^rk 



V)OU 



Id be id^al for veterans and fraternal organisations, 



From the C,r*A» denying request for authority to 
construct baseball bleachers at Big hect 

Frcn the San Francisco Dog Training Club Inc, thanking 
the comn^ssion for use of tne polo stadium. 

From }Jrs* T, £• Shucking, requesting the covmssion to 



xnc 



lude funds for i-nroue-ncnt of Sutro Heights in the budgetm 



From the 



Park Presidio Inprovenent Association Inc^g 



than^ir,. the cor>,-nir;si or. 



"or cle(3rinj the brush at Sixth and 



Tenth Avenues off Fi^lton Street, m .he park, 



Extensior.a 
of Ti ei 



The folloiDing applications i^ere ^.ra^ted. 



Antone Petersen a- 



Sons - Alterations to Convenience 



Station, (Jcrfieli Square - thirty days, 



Associatei Snginaer 



s - .'"-tall^tio- V Zm,;ziion 



•SwS 



- init 



1 - si::ty day 9% 



UacCabe Electr^'c Comr^any - Loderm sation and 
xnctallation of electrical systen at tA« 0aier 



Works 



'rolien 



Gate J^rk - sixty -iays. 



M^y 



Jm^rovenent Company - Hehaoilitation of 



panhandle D\ 



U^Icren 
Hrk - 



^clAren ^irk - L- 






•ecorrf.endatton 



of the Dirac 



3/ 



rotert 



— -- ' 



a* 



aie. 



' '5^ 



$e c^r-ic . 



-rroue^ 



nn 



« ^ V 



-' . r 



'.r^t 



Lot I'^ 



f - 



^/«P.i 



- — r^ 



folic 



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ntrj.- 



.nsi::!!' i Ion of 



[ tj rbi^'e r^unp at t^e 



,'iz. 



r y 



-}::. 



'he 



.7 - 



V $ 



'he QuO 



. ^1r 



<)ft 



"--:rd' 



•* fi L. ai i on 



™i n ' 



o ti 0. 



"nl. 



.-^ 



ft --« 



n^ 



rcr'^lutt 



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Res,Ko, 
1393 



f J jSSCLVTTCN >:., 1393 
RESOLVED '.manimously by the Park Uon'nission thnt o 
contract be awarded to J, ;. }:UTTAN, 730 Lagiina nondn 
Boulevard, covering the drilling of a 12 iro' 11 and the 
xnstnll' i^i '^'"- -/ ^ turbir.c p'rp at tnc i... . jraorks, r.li^en 
aate park, San fmnciaao, .:■ ' "e ^ecr-tary Lc ■-.- -e is 
hereby authorised to esecute the sane m >.^ -cir.e of tne 
pa.'T Can^ission and ''^-i payment therefor in .': 5 artoiin.' o/ 
fb 392,00 be pcid fron Arp- ^tion 61^,500,62 (Water 

Supply and Irrigatton o'i/Cccr.^, 



\ 7, Park 


m 


jamne 
?lair. 


ef t"- 


'lelezce: 






-J. . 



jelin, 

AccfS, 



'zchi 



M' 






-tsndsntf the sennxssio 



"^ - oo'Vf.eniaii on 
rotted tne dc'-' c 



^j 



cover' . sx^r.c-. 



?tjnf ? . ^' "otion duly ".^^ie and aeconie:! 



the Gonr.i scion approved the ira-^?fer -/ ' ^ 
, .-. - ' Bureau of Deiin;^':cni iievenu€$ 
„. ; • .. ...jlly i,2n.Q0 

^a^ J^pisp" -0 i.1,00 

c jc -J- s so^iaaion approot . -^ 

'nr laoht -^ -^ ' " ' "• ^ " " ' 



-. - J.., 



Pa^jl Aoas 
drnol. ^. ■'• - 



ley 



r. 



f # » V 



"•■_';'■ on 



. , ohnstan 



- -is jn.i 
"! Quttons 



:em€ 



itonncr 



^ 


rfar .. 


T€np, 


ri-pcn 


If 


i% 9 J -^ ^ .r 


» 


£3l%u-r 



/ 



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I J^LT OF A'TJ.^CAIl' 
Uon Low 

Arch iionijinn Jr» 
Dr, Palnleaa Parher 
Albert A» Renbold 
F, il, ^oha/fnii 
C, o*. Terry 



bert:: :\\ 

Temp. 
It 

tt 
t» 

n 



■':v4;..^' i'F BOAT 
Pons 

Fadec^ony 
Cyrstta 
Shaimel 
^teel Aueigh 
Bally ".no 



?.esolut i')_ns: Cr. -^Ouion ..^j.„ acle ^^w ccc..'\ded the follvjzr.g rec^l^- 

tion? -jv adopted: 

JiESOlUT^. '• . ',1382 



Res»S'o, 
1332 
Allot- 
tents d" 
:rsf3. 



RSSCLYED unaniTT.onsl^ by t\e rzrk C^mmiMatsn ilat for the 
besi intcr^ . . - ^ roper condud. "^ c ;. - -r' -.;;-' z c 

Oontrsllcr ... ... '" ^ r-5, rsq:.e^Lsi ir "-*ro^€ ihe S Ho^- 



!•' "r '. j.it on 



G12-: -''4 



—.porary 

,% - ' V - V - V -» w^ 



C..' tt^Gtn.j.1 ucruices 
Becrsa • ^1 Ji vision 



^^> 



>■) 



structure - 



: Jtyf . 



6 ICC'}''. 62 



Stdei3alks & Roads - Se'n 'i.i^t an, 
Mainte^'ance jnd ^srairc 



Water o-..r-i^ .■• 

■I ^w <■-."- -^ 'J' -^^ 



^ r r V • — " J ?^ Sycten 
cr Jerts, a?.?r ;I 



303. yt? 



rron 

AllounriQC for Oucrii-^.c 

.. ' ~ ■■ -ton 



X£ 



fl-.-. ,=-'-■ '3 



(^OBiTni wo ■> . 



.- :' 'on 






^ 7 _ i _ 

Aj.io»encc /or . 
General Di ui3i on 



65,00 



cir.^r'- ''--C'l 3,uov,'jo 

Mo, t c ri al s u. ^'^PP <^ ^ ^ c 
Heozle - C'or.nt ss". ry I?iyn, 



J r'-vr.»ciun.l ^ -c^ces 
rii^cre^tio^.a! ^xvxzion 



r--'\'.fO 



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m 






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1382 



Architeci'iral dervTcea JLfo ij rials and Supplzes 
Hecrea Li oncl Division Recreational Divn^ 



515. 400-04 
/ifcc/«?aiionoi Division 



Mo Cc rials c- o' i,pp li cs 
Recreattor,al Liiviaion 



:es,}fo» 
1383 



li&dCLLiio:: :\.» i3i)3 

REJOLYSD unanimously by ine Trxrf: Uominission tn::t for t^.e 
r^roper conduct and best intert"- 



^j ihs Tart. Depart'- ev.t tr.e 



Controller I . :'. ^ r 
■!ng Work Orders: 

7.0,N^, D^rA:iT'Ei:i 



ureoy requtiC (,^d 



.'? Vi- 



or-; 



Dept^of rub lie k'orks 
Street iivpui re, 



399 Heal gatati Jert, 



i"^' » Pi^rchasing Dcpt, 



DESCRirTTOn ' 



i'?e follov}- 



Ayc::"T 



Reourfiucc fooipaihs ^l^'.Sv, >') 



deruiaes d^ Expenses 
re c.cq'J.% sition nf 
pr'^pertif reqi:^.rel 
jer J^cLaren Tcrts 



300, 00 



ilisc, services 
notwe rers»r», Jen, 






13B4 



r,...-^ j.^—^ 



^'-1 i. 



Rssoirso 



the follo-^- 



%ng -^ay^ant^m 



4i •■' 






■- Jo-istr^wtion of pumpnouse 



.CO 






I'.lx 
• I-' 'io^l 



1, €9^.00 



",695,00 



fini, - Rcloor^iion of o^ozi.r ^'.-i-.ps, 

f neii' jicll disc'harge 



Firat Pa^^ 

moini -:" • ^^" tillntion o,, 



lx-\er 



Bar.-l Ccnccrts - 'iTi^en ^^ od .orK 
February i^-i*^ 



i,:>9u, '<' 




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irW^riitii 



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39 



1 



1335 



RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Conniasxon that m 
accordance u:%th Section 133 of the Charter as amended at the 
General Election held November 5, li^46, mhich provides tnat 
effective January 7, li*47, employaea vjho were reached for cert- 
ification u:hile m the military service *iaye ssAieriiy for all 
purposes calculated from the date uhen they uere so reachel for 
ceriificati on, the salary of f^ e following e^'^lo.ees be c^.anged 
as showr.j effective January ?, HKV: 

Harry E. Dupre - 3222 General Clerk 
from §1C5,00 month to $210 n<-ynth 

Lcmre'Tce J. LeJ'ter.nec - B226 denior Jl:rk 
from 4245,00 month to 4260 month 

MS If FVHTHEB RESOLVED -^hat tne Controller be and is 

hereby requepte ' - -prove rhe tronafer of .'^O.^fi from 

Appropriatten QIB^IBBM)Q {Park (,0Jtp#»sct7 -n Reserve) io vi-pro- 

nrx-.' n eiB^lXO^Ol (permanent Salaries - General Divisio^J to 

adjust aoo^rdingly the compensation prouuied for the above 

psetttona for the period January ^ June 30, Z94'^* 



.^u- 1^-. 






1^66: 



- 1 i I- - ' Vi 




jiE^.x^j:.^ unanimously ^y : ? 2'ar> Conn%se%on that for 
the best interest 2nd roper conduct of the J^rkMerartnent, his 
Mayor oc .:-.- iJ ^ereb^ r.^\iested to haue an nrimance 
— ro'>riu/T'. .8,?!'^ from Arpropri-,' ^ -^ '^:''.:-\'"> {Pcrk 



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— -"-'-. iic?n Heserve /'andy to 



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Allojiance "or Ov&rttne - General Jivn, 
^llo "^'C '"" .":■'' ''t - «- ■ ^ JiuiJion 
^jl-y^^ance for Overixr.e - Jn-iri oszry 
Allowance for Co riv-.e - siecreati onal 
Temporary dclc^rics - Gensral Division 



cm, 130,02^1 Ts-^-orir- 



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(l) Allou)cxnce for Ooertxns - Pari: j.cti oiiiea require 'f 

days per u)ee'r operation and holiday pay \9 mandatory* 



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TcT^.porary Salaries - (rcneral Diuiston - to provide 

Sick leave and vacation relief: 

Chief Xurserymen - Conservatory - 4 nos, 5* i^2^5 
iiab-'Forer>-an G-arieners - ^ for 1^ mos, @ 210 

Temporary n'ages - (General Division 
To kirc tenporary carpenter required accoftni 
of sickness und extra work - 80 days (T ^14, 'H) 



1367 



di;soLuncr i.c\ 138? 

RESCLVED unQif>^.0Hsly by the Park Conyitsc-. on t*iai for 
the "r'>'":r .--■^.'••ci '""'f btnt "?t jre?t of i . -r^-' Departnent 
the Controller ^e -' ts r^ereby re^^uested t6 approve the 
follomtng Driers for oervice or inork: 



OHD:^ FOR 
oSAVIOE OB 

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Ci^clone jcnae Divi^i^n ^:istruciion of a 
A-^erxcnn otcel & Mire :vrb and chain 
Co, -Ii^*" fence along 

ooufi Drive J 
r-lden Jate Pnrk 

Anchor Post Fenct C»m Installattan of a 

Cham link fence 
3f Fleish!. acker Pod 



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1, 560 



RESvLV£j nn 



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1389 

Oont'd, 



APFROPRIATIOII 615,600,05, Kesar Stadium Land 
to provide funds for the acquis\t\on of certain additional 
real property required for Kesar Stadium acii vities, com~ 
vrismj of Lots 11-12-13-14 and 15, m Aaaessor's Block 126^, 
San £ rancisco, California, 






RESJLUTTOr HO, 13^0 



WtiSliSASy on the icv day oj- scptc-nbcr, 19-12, the City and 
County of San /rancisco, through its Board of 2arK Connis- 
sxoneri^, er.ecuted a certnxn ler.ce ui th the •7oocrny^.ent of tne 
United Jtates of certain property m the City and County of 
uon /rancisco. State of C^li/ornia, 'escribed as follous, 
to wit: 



COUl'.Sl^CIliC- at a vomt on the 

>}°52' 



esterly line of JL'erne 

P91,0tiu feet from the 



Way distant thereon //. >;"5.?' ./. P>^l,Ot^u feet j mm cne 
northerly line of Fomt Lobos Ave,, which said ■jes\,erly 
line of Lerrie .T'l^ is believed to bear, and for the ^ 



'^urr^os''es of t^is description is assurned to bear N, 3 
52'^. ^-nd all other bearings in this description are 
consistent thsreuithi runniny thence northerly along 
saxd line of Heme /.oy and \ts extension ^ "y feetj 
iience A. 4-f^lr>' «. it'J feet, riore or less, to the 
line o: -rii^ar^ *:ii;»: tide of the Tzcific Ocean, thence 
westerly 2nd southerly along the line of ordinary hign 
t\de of ' "- '^aai'ic Ocean to a roint thereon uhich is 
Sxrtant J.£y°36'f30"W. 176.90 feet, .V. 55''3i*3o'* ». 

16^34*30" ;r. 12oyeet fron the 



l€i',ll fcei ::nd 11, 



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o'r co'^ne^cc^.entf thence S, 16" 34 '30" S, 120 feetf 



thence J. 55^^34 '3o" E. 132.11 feet, thence S. 
30" £• ive.PO to the p-'int of a-^.r.e-.ce-^ent. 



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nT- '•pnT"' y^M ^2. 



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acre? 



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and 

.i'.'.Z.iisA 3, it i^a 3 

tem-.j-iion l^erc^f, 



restore 



said "rnperty 



jijreei m said le^se that zt the 
t'.e said federal ^^oajmy-eni liould 
rijfRsJ condition m ahich it obtained 
t:.d u'"'^: - ' ^"- t'^ •' cr " ::o ^ "^nd 



nid leQte hs8 fi«w «"p 



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i states 



'-'?nt of "tht w ■ I 

nri:inal c en in ion i ". -ic 

said City and County V -^^'^ /rancisco, 



rjs tared saia pr:^per 



jovern» 

y to the 



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1392 : 



RSSOLUTION !:0, 1391 
RESOLVED by the .ark Connxasion thai aaid ComMss'.on 
enter into an agreement with L'r, k'yron C, Gould, for 
engineering services m connection with the constricti on 
of a divmg tomer, including all Morkmg drawings 2nd 
aoecifications for snid tower, a soil analysis for tne 
foundation and a design for the foundation, at the Heroert 
rieishhaoker Swimming Fool, 6'ioat Boulevard and ai eat High- 
way, San Francisco, California, said property berrg undor 
the jurisdiction of the Park Connission, that the compcn^ 
sation for r^ich ceryice? shall not e:jceed the sum of ^€00. VQ, 
said funis to oe provided from Appropriation 612.tu0,6d, 
Engmeertnn and Architectural Services. 

BE IT FU:iT:.St RESQLVJ::^ tnat the Secretary of the 'ark 
Oonmxssion be and he is hereby authorised to execite sT*d 
agree-'ev.t for and on benalf cf said Park Commissi' n. 




REdOLiTic:: :.^. 13 yp 

RESCLVED by the Tark Uo^nission that said CoT.r.issicn 
enter rnto an agreenent with Mr. Arthur Brown Jr., for 
architectural services in cnnnectio-. i^iH .'- r .:.. j' citation 
Of vesttbnle entrance and rerlace-'cnt of plats glass at Uoit 
Tower, Telcgrar>n hill, ^ar r.-.^cc^, Jalifoma, s-.id 
properiy being under the jurirUciion of t^.c P^rk Jo-ission, 
■Hct the co^!^encation , or cuoh serurcer. shoil r.ot ^xceea :he 
s-w of §490»uO, said funds to oc -i-i- " .■"'•' A — ^-r- 



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ajree-^ent for nni ^-. ochalf of an, : p-^rk .o^nissim, 



I'seiin^i 

ni.fourned : 



A .are oein;, no juri.n , - ..i..e.. 



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Regular 



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Tachi 
Harbor: 



mi: 



Call for 



Smn rrmnoi9e§t C*ltf»rn%m 
Mtrch 13, IMV 



A rtguUr «•• Ung •/ 'th9 Pmrk C9mmt99i 9n mi* held mi 

MoZMrvn Ltdgt, (?«id«n ami« Pmrk, mn Thurmday, Mmroh 13, ly47, 

mi 4i00 p»B« 

Thm fmllmmtng Cmmmtmmionerm wmrm premmnig 

Jif. Lloi/d £• Wil9on, PreMidmni 
Jfr* Howard J, Ftnn 
Mrm Dan S» London 

Ab99nit Mr, Sdw, T, ffaam 

Mr» Byron (?. Mobbm 

Thm uinuUm of tho mmeting of ttio Park Comm% 991 on held 
on Fmbruary 27, 19d7, wmre approvtd and adopted. 

unriMisssD bustnk!^> 

Jtieh-p harbor, Cancellaiton of Mooring Licttn^ ^M. on 
moiion duly uado and pa99ed, the Conmt99ion eanoelled the 
following moortng Itoeneeet 

A. J* Ehrieh9 and Sdwm C. Ii9illy 

Jf«««r«» 0. B, robin and C. Z. DeMeulee were granted an 
exieneion of time on their mooring liceneee at Tacht Harbor 
to June lu, ly4?. 

Me99r9. Sugene Bennett and Janee Michael were granted 
an exteneion of timo on their mooring lieeneee at Tacht Harbor 
for a period of oix montho. 

Iiu99ian Hill Improvement A99 octaiion . The JiU99ian Hill 
Tmprovem9nt A99ociation'9 requeet for a eontmuance on itm 
hearing to April 34, 1947, wae granted* 

Golden Ga te Park , The Boye High-Lowell High School 
A99oeiation o0mMitt9e'9 requ99t for permieaion to uom thm 
meadow near the Sharon Building for football praotiee warn 
denied* 

Call for Bide, On the recommendation of the Superin" 
tendmt, the Commie 9i on approved the calling for bide on the 



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Yacht 
Harbor: 



following i 

!• Strawberry Hill Reaorvoir Boitom 

a* Suall Parka and Square o Tennto Courio Woaroeai 
(Ml 001 on Park) 

3m Too Garden Waier Supply 

4» Zoo Cafe Storeroom 

5* Sewage Treatment Plant Sewer 

6» South Park Irrigation Syatem 

7. Eunttngton Park Convenienee Station Addition 

6* UUoio Conoouree Draine 

9m loMar Storeroom 

lu. Zoo Paddook Fenelng 

11m Bear Cub Den and lard 

Taoht Harbor^ The report on tne request from the 
San Franciaoo Yacht Harbor Aaaociation for oertain improve^ 
mente m Taoht Harbor, waa put over until the meeting of 
Mar oh 27, 1947. 

Aquatio Park Pier, Tne Academy of Aeronautioa^Inc, 
application to operate an aerial aightaeemg eonceaaion at 
the end of Aquatic Park Pier, waa put over until a later 
meetmgm 

(^.a.Park Band. The ituaician'a Union, Local No. 6, 
propoeal to have the (Golden Oate Park Band and the Municipal 
Band play on certain weekday a and Saturdaya on propertiea 
under the Juriadiotion of the Comniaaion and pay the wagea 
of the muaieiana from a union fund allocated for thia pur~ 
poae, aaa put over to the meeting of March 27m 

'^°^*^ Model Aeroplane Field . The Academy of Model Aero- 

Aeroplane 

^IsM' nautioa requeat to make oertain improuementa at the model 



Aquatic 

Park 

Pier: 



'J, 3, Park 
Sand: 



'. \Park 
Aadi urn: 



aeroplane field waa put over until the meeting of Marcn 27. 

Oolden Gate Park Stadium. Mrm Geom TmDaoie, repre^ 
aenting the San Francisco Polo and Racing Aeaociation, 
appeared and requeat ed the uae of oertain park areaa on 
Wedneedaya and Saturdaya for praetioe purpoaea. On the 
reoommendati on of the Superintendent, the Commiaaion approved 
the following achedulet 

The uae of the Beach Chalet Field for practiee ganee 
on Wedneaday aftemoonej ihe u«« of the weaterly portion of 




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h,^j,P(irk: 



iH§ old 3p99dmay Meadow on fridayo and Saturdaye, for 
aiiok and ball praoixo§, and the ua§ of tho Golden Gate Park 
Stadium for aohedulod gamoa on tne following Sundaya: 
April Id, 2u and 2*^ 
Jtoy 4, 11 and Id 

Tha IMCA raqueat for parmiaaton to uaa tfie Golden Gate 
park 3-tadiwa on Saturday, April 19, from 12 to 3, for \ta 
annual traek aotxuitxea, waa granted* 

jl ^cf^inlav Square f^ The reaolution from the Southern 
Heighta Improvement Club that eertatn land be acqutred and 
other acta performed to preaerwe a park area tn the oicinity 
of McHnley Square, waa put over until the next meeting* 

ftp La r en Park * On the reoommendation of the Superin-- 
tendent, the oloamg of LaGrande Auenue, Peraia to Ruaaia 
Avenuea, upon which a portion of McLaren Park fronta, waa 
approved* 

Union Scuare * The Salvation Army 'a requeat for per- 
miaaion to conduct the annual outdoor aervicea during Holy 
Week m Union Square on Monday, March 31, tnrougn Thuraday, 
April 3, during the noon hour, waa granted, 

l ^esar Stadium * The Sixth Army'a requeat for permiaaion 
to uae Keaar Stadium, Saturday, May 24, 1947, for track and 
field meet, waa granted* 

Golden Gate Park * On the reoommendation of the Supers 
miendent, the Pacifio Telephone and Telegraph Company 'a 
requeat for permiaaion to place an underground conduit 
acroaa Lincoln Way to Golden Gate Park oppoaite the weat line 
of 4Sth Avenue, waa approved* 

Golden Gate Park * Mr* L* R. Jaokaon 'a requeat for 
permiaaion to drive hia empty l^ght truck acroaa the park 
from Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Way and Tenth Avenue and 
Fulton Streeta, waa denied* 



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Lake 
Merced: 



Q. 7, Park 
10" Water 
Jfcin; 



Ixtensiona 
of Ti^.e: 



flom^r Exhtbxi ^ Tht Trao^l an* Sport9 Shorn' 9 auggeti^* 
\on thai ih9 oommi99ion parti9ipat9 tn ih9 eoming 9hom ai 
the Ciui9 Au4itor%tM, loot tf •;!«•<• 

Th9 ComM%99ion approv9d a 4i9play of annual /io»«rf 
in ih9 rotunda of iho City Hall, from April 35, through 
my 4« 

^i^< Merood » On tho reoommendaiion of the Superintend^ 
ent, the San Franoiaco Water Department *a requeet for per^ 
■iaaion to diopoae oewage from the new building at Lake 
Meroed into the paric eemer running through Water Department 
property, etae approved^ 

Golden Gate Park - Inetallation of lu" Water Uain, 
Ouerin Broa, * requeat for additional compenaation on their 
contraot for the matallation of a lu" water mam, in Golden 
Gate Park^ waa denied^ 

The following applicationa were grantedt 

Fay improvement Company - an additional thirty day a 
for the rehabilitation of the Panhandle Driveway, Golden 
Gate Park. 

J, r. Brem Company - thirty day a on tree planting 

contract. 

The following lettere were read and referred to the 

Superintendentt 

From the Boy Soouta for uae of the Golden Gate Park 

Stadium. 

From the Pacific Aaaoeiation Coating Cluba requeatmg 
permiaaion to uae the Golden Gate Park Stadium for caatmg 
tournamenta on May IB, June 8 and 2y, July 2Y, Auguat 10 
and 24, and further requeaiing the uae of the field for the 
entire day on Auguat 84, 

From Mr. H, W. Alafor4 requeating that the group of 
email treee growing on the bank of Mt. Daoi4aon Park be 
remov94, or permiaaion be given to remove them. 







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From Jflrt. Bab»it9 Dr9fk9 rtqutMttng thai a paih tn 
Mtrinlty square bt prov\d§4 i« allow moUtra io »/i««l baby 
9arr%ag99 into t/it park* 

From Mr* W, Shorvood, complaining of t/i« unoatiB» 
faotorg eondiiton of -tho ionnio oourio ai Buona Viaia Park 
and roquooiing thai tnog bo ro^ourfaeod. 

From iho Soorotary of iho Parkoido Tonnio Club oom- 
plaming of oondiiton of the oouria a* actn and Vioento and 
roquoBttng thai ihoy bo ro-mourfaood and that a tumbuoklo 
typo of not poot bo motallod* 

Tho following lottero wore road and ordorod filodt 

From tho Control Counoil of Cioto Clubo adoiotng that 
%t to in aooord with tho Suroka Diatriot Morohanto Aooooia^ 
tion m oppoomg tho proposed tree planting program along 
upper and outer Market Street* 

From tho Dannenbaum Paint Company proteating tne plant' 
ing of treea on upper Market Street* 

From h\a Honor the Mayor, in reply to letter from Mr* 
Stanford I. Steoenoon, in^^re Palaoe of Fine Arto, 

From tho Stanford Unioeroity School of Medicine thank- 
ing the Commiaaion and ataff for the viait to the aewage 
diapoaal plant* 

From the Ojoa Foundation adviaing of campaign to raiae 
$22,50u to add to the preaent appropriation to complete tho 
reoonatruction of the (^JOA* 

Mau Dau Paaoant » The Commiaaion approved tho oeleotion 
of Miaa laren Joyce Berger to be the Queen of the May m tne 
l¥4Y May Day Pagoantm 

Festar Stadium . The Commiaaion approved and adopted the 
iw47 highoehool football aohodulo for KoMar Stadium aa aub'* 
mittod by the Director of Rooreational Aetioitieo* 

Peraonnel * The Superintendent reported that Mr, Frank 



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McLaren 

fork: 



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■zrbor: 



SlattBry had retired from aeiive duty after fifty-four yeare 
of faithful serutoe in the Park Departments tnat Ur. Slattery 
Had etarted work with the park ae a boy and during h\a many 
years of employment had rendered valuable aervioes ae a 
gardener and foreman gardener^ 

On motion duly made and eeeonded, the Secretary was 
metruoted to write a letter to Mr* Slattery ez^preaetng the 
Commieaion'a appreciation for hie long yeare of loyalty and 
faithful and efficient eeroioe* 

goLaren Park - Land Purchaee . On the recommendation 
of the Director of Property, and on motion dulj made, and 
eeeonded, the Commiaeion approued the proposed resolution 
of the Board of Supervxeore, to purohaee the fallowing land 

m McLaren Parki 

Herbert S. Beed and the Eetate of Roland B, Reed, 
deceased. Lot 4 m Assessor's Block 6<juu 

Arthur r, Bennett - Lot if m Assessor's Block 61u3 

Jacht Harbor Mooring Licenses . On motion duly made 

and seconded, the Commission approved the following appli-- 

cations for Tacht Harbor Mooring Licensesi 



lAUE OF APPLICANT 
Oeo. A» Wallace 
R, C. Holskamp 
Max r. Kniesone Jr» 
Edward Ho fen 
S. W, Philleo 



BERTH MO. 
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1394; 



Temp* 
On motion duly made and seconded the f^: lowing resolU" 

tions were adopt edt 

Ij^finiJiTTOif no. 13)^ 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Conmisnion that for 
the best interest and proper eonduet of the Piirk Department 
tne Controller be and is hereby requeeted to approve the 
following t 




HA^E OF BOAT 
Wi( geon 
Blue Heaven 
Alwiax 
LeCfOnia 




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ALLOTMSMT^ 



ADproDrtation 



eiS^UO'Ol rittthhaoktr PlayfttU land 5,966.79 



Ret, No, 
13i5 



"tm 



RESOLVED unan\mou9ly by tne Park Coumiasfon thai for tut 
best \nter0ai and proper conduct of tne Parle Department the 
Controller be and le hereby requested to approve the following 
Work Order at 

^^OtSQt SJFARTMSIfT DESCRipripn amount 

961 Dept.of Publxo Worka pave red roak road fro% $6oo.oo 
(Bureau-Street Repaxra) El Cam\no Del Mar to 

Marine Lookout Tower 

969 Depi, of Public Worka Sepave footpatna l,7uu.uu 

(Bureau-'Street Repaxra) around leaar Stadium 

969 Dept, of Public Worka Miac. Aapnalt aurfacmg 45u.uO 
(Bureau-'Street Repaxra aa required - a,(?,Park & 

Small Parka and Squarea 
April, May, June lifd? 

Blueprinting, Photostat 75»uu 
aeroicea etc, 
April, May, June 194Y 
General Division 



964 Purchaamg Dept. 

(Reproduction Bureau) 



965 8. F. Water Dept* 



966 Purchasing Dept» 

(Shop fro. 1) 



90Y Purchasing Dept, 
(Shop No. 1) 



966 Purchaser of Supplies 
(gentral Warehouse) 

9Q\^ Dept. of Public Works 
(public Buildings) 



Misc. services^Aoril, May, 75. Ou 
June lifdY " General Division 

Miac. services, black- 5,uuu.uu 
smithing, automotive 
repaira, etc., for 
April, May, June 1^47 
General Division 

Blaoksmi thing services, Suu.ou 

automothve repaira, etc, 
April, May, June Iy47 
Commissary Division 

Stationery and Office Suo.uo 

Supplies - April, May, 
June 1^47 

Misc. services, repairs Buu.uO 

to equipment, etc., for 
April, May, June Iy47 
General Division 





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$4,054.50 



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niSOlfiTIQK FQf 1396 
ME80LVEO unanimoutly by ine Park Comm\99ion ihat for 
ino booi inf»ro9't and proper oonduoi of tho Park Dopartnont 
iho Conirollor bo and \9 horoby roquootod to appro oo ilto folloV" 
mg paymontoi 

Sixth Paj/ment - Inotallaiion of an Jmgatu 
Syoiom, Uni-t Wo* 1 - (foldon Gate Park 

Tirot payment - Water Supply Connection at 
Golden Gate Park Sewage Treatment Plant 

g ^C CABg ELE CTRIC COMPAMT l,35u.UU 

Txftn Payment - Modernisation of Eleotrteal 

Syetem - Water Worke Pumping Plant - Golden Gate Park 

qXCI^QME TEMCE DIVISION » AMERICIM STEEL A WIRE CO. 
Pinal Payment - Inetallation of Paddoek Tenoing 
S.F.Zoologieal Garden* 

COLLECTOR pr INTERNAL RETEEJJE 
Tax on Admieeione - February Isa4« 

Children'e Quart ere 51»v7 

rieianhaoker Play field 162.39 

WELLS FARGp lUMT A UN TON TRUST CO. . TRUSTEE 
56/lUU Rental for unaequtred portiona of 
Fleiehhaoker Playfield for period July 1 to 
December 31, Iy46 

TEE BANE OF CALIFORNIA, N.An. TfimS£ 
44/100 Rental for unacquired portione of 
Fleiehhaoker Playfield for period July 1 to 
December 31, 1^46 



166, 00 



233,46 



9,353,60 



£,635^ o4 



P.€S,HO, 

130? 



pfP.^^npiTTON NO, 1397 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commieeion tnat for 
tne beat interest and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Controller be and la hereby requeated to approve tne follow 
lag Orders for Service or Work: 



ORDERS FOR 
SERVICE OR 
WORE 



98 



Ralpn Murray 



DESCRIPTION 

Band MUaie ^ 1^7 May Day 
Celebration at Eexar Stadium 

25 Muaieiana meluding Leader 
4 hour performinoe $44o,o0 

14 Muaieiana A Leader - 
;v hour Rehearsal y2,4o 

^532,40 



$532,40 



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^^' RSSOLfSD unanimously by th9 Park Commiaaion that for tn§ 

b§at \nter§9i and proper eoniuot of tno Park Departmonit hi9 
Honor ih§ Jiiyor bo and \a horoby roquooiod to have an ordinance 
prepared appropriating $4,(JU0 from the Mayor's Emergency Fund 
to the or edit of Appropriation 612^\fU0'^l'l (Servicee Other 
deparfmente - Shop 4l) ♦• provide funde for the repair of 
trucka, automobilea and other equipment required for tne un^ 
interrupted operation of the Park Departments 

The lydC-d? budget requeat for thia purpoaewaa reduced and 
there are no aurpluaea in any of thia department 'a appropriat- 
iona available for tranafer to the above appropriation* 

Res.No. &$S0^71QV yOt J?^.^ 

1399' 

'■^^~' RESOLVED unanimoualy by the Park Commiaaion that for the 

beat mtereat and proper conduot of the Park Department, hia 
Honor the Mayor be and la hereby requeated to have an 
ordinance prepared appropriating $7»5uu from Appropriation 
612»lifV'UU (park Compenaation Reaerve) to the credit of 
Appropriation 612'13u-uS-'2 (Temporary Wagea - Oommiaaary 
Diviaion) to provide funda for the payment of wagea of temp- 
orary employees required for the uninterrupted operation of 
the lunch rooma, bootha, and ridea activitiea of the Park 
Department » 



fleeting There being no further buaineaa to come before the Commia- 
Aijourne d : 

aion, the meeting adjourned at 6:50 p»n. 






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San Francisco, Califmrnia 
April 10, ly4-f 

A regular neeimg of the Park Commasion was held 
Thursday, April lu, 1^47, 4:00 p^n, , at McLaren Lodge, (Jolden 
Gate Park, San Franciaco» 

The following Commieei oners were present* 

Mr» Lloyd E, Wilson, President 

Itr, Howard J, Finn, Conmisaioner 

Ur, Edw, T. Haas, Commissioner 

Mr* Dan E» London, Covmiaaioner 

Absent: Mr, Byron G, Mobba, Commissioner 

The minutes of the regular meeting of the Park 

I 

Commissi on held March 13, 1947, were approved and adopted, 

Parkside Scuare , (Vicente Park), Mrs* Swenson of 
the parent Teachers Association, Mrs, Webber and Mrs, Douglas, 
representing the Parkside Parent Teachers Association, and 
Messrs, Sullivan and Young of the Parkside District Improvement 
Club Inc., appeared and requested tnat a trained playground 
director be employed to supervise play at Parkside Square, 
sometimes known as Vicente Square, 

President Wilson explained the general policy of the 
Commission, however tne Commission would investigate tne 
situation at parkside Square and then act on the request. 

Yacht Harbor , The Superintendent's report on the 
application of the San Francisco Yacht Harbor Association for 
certain improvements at Yacht Harbor, was presented and dis^ 
cussed* Mr, James McKeenan represented the San Francisco 
Yacht Harbor Association, 

Jacht Harbor , On tne recommendation of tne Director 
of Recreational Activities, Mr, Jeorge W. L'leiser's mooring 
license at Yacht Harbor was cancelled. 

Civic Center Plaza . Mr, '.Salter Sinanson, Vice 
President and General Vanager, San Francisco Convention and 
Tourist Bureau, appeared and requested permission to offer 
'*, ., ^._j.,_ r^»„«« j.ft ^ • • « ^» ,- ■* » rtf? • fnr nnpfi air, canvas rercola 

or tent covered exhibits, Tne Secretary was instructed to 



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request the City Attorney for an opinion aa to the legality of 
using Park property for thia purpose* 

}lodel Alrvlane Field , Mr, Gene Estea, representing 
tne Academy of Model Aeronautioaj appeared and requested per-' 
niasion to conatruct a temporary ptpe fence and make other 
improvements m the model airplane field on Sloat Boulevard* 
President Wilson stated that the Commiasion could not allow 
private groupa to conatruct or develop public propertiea. The 
Secretary loas instructed to request the Chief of Police to 
investigate and determine whether model airplane activities on 
this field constituted a public nuisance, endangering public 

eafety, 

gold en (Jate Park Band , The proposal of the American 

Federation of Musicians, Musicians Union, Local No, 6, to have 

the Golden 'Jate Park Band play at Fleishhacker Playfield on 

two Saturdays and the Municipal Band to play at Union Square 

durin^ midweek, wages of the musicians to be paid by the Unvon, 

was approved* 

Cn tne recommendation of tne Superintendent, tne 

Commission approved the following: 

Exchange of Animals - one pair of grey foxes and one 
pair of mouflon sheep, m exchange for one pair of American 
Antelope and a pair of black wolves, from the Zoo at Calgary, 

Alberta, Canada, 

One pair of young African Lions, m exchange for a 
pair Of white pelicans, from I'.r. Lou.s aoebels of CamariUo. 

California, 

nmixno for --^-^ ^" ^h^ ^nllnu^inj jobs: 
U M^niature Railway, Relocation and Reconstruction 

2* Mam Drive, Seal Coat 

3. H. Fleishhicker Pool Fcnatng, Additional Fencing 

4. H, Fleishhacker pool, <- i^'-- "---" --"^ 

5. .i. F, Zoo, painting. Fencing 

6. S, F. Zoo, Aviary Heating and Ventilating 



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7, S, F. Zoo, Fachyderm Houte Heating and Ventilating 
8» S. f- Zoo, Install Paddock Fencing 
9» Balboa Park Nursery, Painting Greenhouses 
10» Coit Tower, Plate Glass Replacement 
11» Harding Park Club House Heating System 
iBt Construction of a camel paddock fence 

Tne following contracts laere awarded: 
Golden Gate Park Kursery, Construction of Loam Storage 
Shed and S, F^Zoological Gardens, Construction of Bears Cub 
Den, to William Martin and Son, 
Q.!},Pork : Golden Gate Park * The Lions' International 's request 

for a floral display m Golden Gate Park, during the month of 
July, was denied* 

Civic Center , The Twelfth Naval District's oppli- 
cation for permissi on to display a ballon and helicopter m 
Civic Center Plaza, May 19 to 25, inclusive, was approved, 

Marina Park , Dr, and !Jrs, Cody and Messrs, Ernest 
West end H, J* Blame, representing the Marina Civic Improvement 
Associati on, appeared and request that (a) lawn be planted on 
that parcel of land m the vicinity of Gas House Covcf (b) "no 
dumping" signs be replaced m said area, (c) Mr, Peterson's 
Water Taxi Concession be terminated and the unsightly building 
renoved» 

President Wilson stated that tne parcel of land m 
question was still under lease to the U, S,Government and 
therefore mprouements could not be made thereon, that "no 
dumping" signs would be replaced, and that the Commission would 
take into consideration the association's recommendation when 
Mr, Peterson's contract was before them. 

Model Model Airplane Field , The Mission Hobby's Shop's 

Airplane 

Heli: apr^u^nttnn io uas Golden Gate Park Stadium on Sunday, May Id, 

to hold an elimination contest for model airplanes, was denied, 
_^; rtrsonnel , -^ 'he reconr^- " '" 

*he ""l^nin allp-^nce ."or Pairtci- Ttci'le, ''-l' ''^" ' ' 'T 
•..V .'. -* • — :^'rnved, b--^--^^n A-^il 1, 1''4 . 



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» TM-p^n ^cLaren Park. Ttie Reis Tract and Paul Tract Improve' 

*^ merit Club '» request for improvements to a certain section m 

McLaren Park, was held m abeyance pending mvestigati on to 
dete'mine if thts area is withm Hie boundaries of McLaren Park* 
-. fezar Stadiun , Consideration of Mr, Jonn Swanson's 

^ ' proposal for operating food concession at Keaar Stadium, was 
postponed to be considered with, other proposals no later than 
the meeting of May 8. 
Apparel ^poarel Citu Recuest , Messrs, Bolles and Fleishman, 

iJuest: representing Apparel City, requested that trees and shrubs b e 

planted m this area. The natter was ordered held m abeyance, 
Sij-eg-t fftreet Tree Planting , In compliance with the 

Flanii nn : comnun i ca tx on from the Board of Supervi sors, the Commission 

instructed the Superini endent not to let contracts for plant-- 
mg of trees on business thoroughfares until the Commission 
meeting to be held May d. 

Lincoln Park , Mr, E. Albert Jenson's communication 
complaining of golf balls coning from Lincoln Park and break- 
ing windows m his home was referred to the Superintendent 

for report* 

Yacht Harbor , Mr, P.obert de L'andil'a communication 

complaining of trespassing on his boat and damage to hi9 
recently purchased raft was referred to the Superintendent 

for report* 

^esar Stadium, The California State Automobile 
Association's application for permission to hoM the Annual 
Review of the San Francisco School Safety Patrols at Keaar 
Stadium on Wednesday, May 28, 1947, was granted. 
Ptirkside parKside Scuare * Tne Secretary was instructed to 

advise Mr, T. A. Brooks, Chief Administrative Officer, that 
the policy of the Commission was to limit tne use oj Parkside 
Square for Softball to children 14 years of age and under. 
The Vest of Twin Peaks Soft-ball League's appli- 
cation for permission to use the Farkside Square on Saturday 



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and Sunday afternoons, for boya under fourteen years of age, 
was approuedm 

McCoDDin Scuare , Tne Farkside District Improvement 
Club's application to use ilcCopp^n Square, on Sunday, Hay 4, 
was approved* 

^haro Park t Tne BanK of America Club's application 
for permi ssion to conduct a golf tournament at Sharp Park 
Golf Course, was denied* 

^Q^^ Model Airplane Field , Consideration of the Chief 

Airplane 

fieli* Juvenile Probation Officer's communication advocating suit- 



able and safe field for flying of model aivplanes, was post- 

ponedm 
'orisrr.outh Portsmouth Scuare . Tne Veterans of Foreign Wars, 

^ Chinatown Post 461ti, application for permission to erect a 

monument m Portsmoutn Square as a memorial to the Chinese- 
American Servicemen who died m World War II was denied. It 
was suggested that the applicant fully inform the Comrnssion 

as to its plans, 

Sgtoage ^ewaae Treatnent Plant . On the recomr.endati on of 

Treai'^ent ^ , 

Plant ! the Superintendent, the proposed plan for the sanitary sewer 

from 45th Avenue and Lincoln ,Yay to the Hichnond-Sunset Sewage 

Treat^.ent riant, through aolden aate Park, as submitted by the 

Director of Public Works, was approved. 

Citv and County of ^.:-\ v. jiarneu . The Secretary 

s instructed to advise Deputy City Attorney to continue the 

action of the City and Hounty of San Francisco u. Harney. 



}iarneh : wa 



y-ildren's Children's I'uarters, Consideration of Mr, Lewis P. 

'^ "^'nobart's proposal for the remodeling of the Sharon Building, 

Children's Quarters, Golden Gate Park, was postponed. 
iQlf & golf and ^mxmmina Rates, Tne following resolution 



of the Parr. Commission, adopted Se^.al^i IJ, ^v^-^, 
rescmdedr 



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Res.Ko* 
1028 



" US SOLUTION NO. Iu28 

RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commaaionera thai 
for tne best interest and proper conduct of the ParK Department 
the green fees at Lincoln, Harding and Sharp Park ^olf Courses 
for men and women m the Armed Services of the United States 
of America, be and are hereby establisned m accordance witn 
the following schedule: 
" HARDING P^RS; 

Weekdays sof, 

Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays excluded 

• LIN CO IN PARK 

Weekdays 5u^ 

Saturdays, Sundays d Holidays- VSf, 

" SHARP PARH; 

WeeKdays .••• •• 5u^ 

Saturdays, Sunday £■ holidays ejiiuded 

"This schedule of fees to be effective until the furtner order 
of the Board, The term "Armed Services of the United States 
of America" shall include: 

The United States Army 

The United States Navy 

The United States 1/arines 

The United States Coast Guard 

The United States Waaca 

The United States Waves 

The United States Spars 

The united States Lady ilarmes 

The United States Army Nurses 

The United States Navy Nurses 

"This preferred rate will only be extended to those persons m 
tne above services when m uniform, 

* All previous resolutions m conflict herewith are 
hereby rescinded. 



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Oriental Tea Garden, llr, Calvin V,Tilden's proposal 



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to operate tne vending concession at the Oriental Tea Garden, 
7olien Gate Park, was denied, 
rH Golden Jate Park Stadium, The Commission ratified itt 

action m granting permission to tne Rugby Football Union to 
use the Golden Gate Park Stadium, Saturday, April 12. 



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^ezar Stadium* Meaara, Joshua Torczyner and it. J* 
Boxer, representing the San Francisco Football League, request 
''•r permission to use Keaar Stadium on May 25, 1^47, for a 
soccer game between the 3, F. Football League and the HaKoan 
Athletic Club sponsoring the Palestine Hapoel Soccer Team, 

waM granted* 

Aquatic Park Building . Mr, Geo, W, Jonns, member of 
the Board of Education and Mr, Edw, A, Bedford, Coordinator of 
Adult Education, San Francisco Unified School District, 
appeared and requested the Commission to turn over the Aquatic 
park facilities for use by tne School Department m its adult 
educational program. The Comnissioners were m accord witn 
th,s proposal and President Wilson stated that the proposal 
Should be discussed with the City Attorney* 

The following letters were read and referred to 

the Superintendent: 

From the Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Association 
approving the planting of trees on upper Columbus Avenue to 
Washington Square and along Lombard Street, leading to Coit 

Tower* 

From the Nortn Beach Merchants Association request- 
ing that trees be planted on the following streets .n Nortn 

Beacn: 

on Bay Street, from Van IJess Avenue to Columbus 

'"'"''''on :olumtus Avenue, from ^'ay ^<^^ J-lfVj:^^^^. 
On Lombard, ^^rom Columbus Avcnue to elegraph 

Hill, 

From ihe S, F, yodel Yacht Club requesting permission 

to install a suitable bu^lt-.n combination lock on door at 
the Model Yacht Clubhouse, because of recent misappropriation 

articles* 

From a group of moinert I.^.r.^^ -.: 
Alt. «a^" Panr ..gge.Ung tnat tne dr.nnn., /o«nta»« ty tne 
sandbox be removed* 



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Fron )tr» Edu>» ifero enclosing pictures and a letter 
from a Por/r employee now aaaigned to the Palace of Fine Arte 

Grounds • 

From Mrs, Alfred Brady requesting tnat additional 
benches be placed m }ft. Lake ParK, 

Fron Canon Kip Covmunity House, complaining of 
conduct of special officer m tne Oriental Tea (^ardm . 

From Mrs, L, Evans and L'rs, E, A, Vbben complaining 
of pans employee driumj a city car into Lafayette ParK on 

March 14, 3 p,m. 

From Martin F, Welch calling attention to the slippery 
cement bottom of lake at luth Avenue and Fulton <itreet. 

The following letters were read and ordered filed: 
From R* A, Cooper advocating the construction of a 
restaurant at tne top of Twin Peaks* 

Fron the Viking Sports Center protesting planting 
of trees on upper Market Street* 

From his Honor the Mayor livismg that he will be 
out of town on Saturday, May 3, and therefore unable to 
attend the May Day activity. 

From the Controller's Office advising of claim filed 
m the amount of ^'^,500 by Norman Birkett for alleged injuries 
suffered when kicked by a norse at tne Children's Playground. 

From ;/r. C, R, Tobm tnankmg the Commission for the 
extension of time on ihe cr.ncellation of ms noormj license 

at Yacht Harbor, 

From tne San Francisco Model Aero Club endomng tne 
proposed model airplane contest m the 7olien ^ratc ParK Stadium. 
Xhe following applications were jrantedt 
ray Improvement Company - 3u days extension on tne 
startma tir^.e of contract for the rehabilitation of tne Pan^ 
handle Drivewoy, Golden Gate Park* 
Antone Petersen S- Sons - 
covering the alteration of conven 
Square* 



du day extension on contract 



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station at Garfield 





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Sharu PorK - Drainage Correction . The Secretary 
,resented the following 5ids for drainage corrections at 
ParK Municipal aolf Course, Sharp parK, California: 



Sharp 



George Paulsen 
patrtcK R. Kelly 
UcGuire & Hester 
Artnur Wallgren 
Fred T, Fairey 
S. J". Treacy 
Eaton and Smith 



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4,651. 5v 
5,22u.u0 
5,396.00 
5,496.00 
5.65V. VO 



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tion duly made and seconaed, the bids were 



re 



Jected for lack of sufficient fund 



a. 



XL"ord of 
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'nn rrnr.niaCO Z00l071Ca 



1 hardens - paddocK Drainaae 



Corr 



ections. The Secretary p 



paddock drainage correctio 



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resented the following bids for 
t the San j'rancisco Zoolojical 



G-crdens 



"S^Ho, 



]417; 



Milton J. Treacy 
Arthur r/alljren 



UcGuire d 



Hester 



S. J» Treacy 
Fred T* Fairey 



Eaton 



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'ixon duly ncde, an 



d seconded, t.^c follovmg 



rcsol-^tio'. u}^a 



adoDted, 



RESOlYKD nn^.nx^ous 



con 



tract be a'^ordei to Mi 



ly by tne ParK Commission that a 
lion J. Treacy, 27'3l-3^tn Avenue, 



San 



Francisco, for paddo 



ak drainage correction 



8 at tne 



Zoolo^jical •rcrdc^s, 



jn 



d the Secretary be and 



Jun .Ten Cisco 

..-»...,.w +.n execute the sane m the name of 
he la nereuy ^^^■.•^- '—- 

. .H and that Payment therefor m the amount 
inc ParK ConKicnon ana tnai. /uy 



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mt Twenty Five Hundred ($2,5uo) dollars^ be paid from Appro- 

^^''L nnatton 612. 214. ua (Utce, & Repair Struciures - Zoo Dtvisxon). 
ConM.' pri^^» 




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Yacht Harbor - Cancellation of L'oorxnQ L icense, On 
the recommendation of the Director of Recreational Activities, 
the Secretary was directed to forward notice of intended 
cancellation of mooring license to W. S. Judge, Bertn ifeu, 

UcLaren ParK - Land Purchases . On the reconnendation 
of the Director of Property, and on notion duly made, seconded, 
and unanimously passed, tne Commission approved tne proposed 
resolutions of the Board of Supervisors, to purchase tne 
following land m McLaren parte: 

Lot 4 m Assessor's Block S'j27 from Lewis 5. Haseltme 
Lot e m Assessor's BIock 5:f^5 from Connne A. Webber 
Yacnt Harbor. Ar-roval 0.1' :. 'oorim Licenses, On 
notion duly made, seconded and unanimously passed, the follow- 
ing applications for mooring licenses. Yacht Harbor, were 

approved: 

fi::RTH .VQ. 

do 

1 
21V 
212 



Dr» Nelson </. Johnson 
Bearl Sprovt 
S. G. Fisher 
Albert ^chulta 
James B* Johnson 



Temp. 



NAl^ CF BOAT 
phoenix 
Breesmg Thru 
Hermit 
Altair 
E-ilac 



notion inly -aie, seconded and uranimously passed. 



's olu'iomn ^ : On 

tne Com-i^scton adopted .he j0iioj.i.,y i^^^ 

ff^,cnrr/rrn,v NO. 14v(J_ 



'-.No. 



RE301VED unanimously by the ParK Conr.ission t 



"■nat 
conduct of the Park depart- 



for the best mtere-^t and proper 

,, . ,, -^^ ... h^vfihu reauesied to approve 
•Acnt the Uon i,ruj.^t-' 4. w - — 

tne following payments: 




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— first payment - installation of a ten inch 
water mam from the Water Works to the Mam 
Drive and installation of a fourteen inch 
overflow p\pe at Strawberry Hill Reservoir 

urn HARE EL^nr^JC COlfPANT 

F»rst Ftiynent - Light and Power service to 
Main Yard - Golden G-ate FarK 

"""Tirst Avment - Engmeermi services \n connect- 
\on with installation of the Dolores Boulevard 
Irrigation Sip teat - presentation of plans and 
specification 

ff JDK FORBES ^ ^ , B „ 

' W^ier Supply Investigation at Lincoln FarK 

n.r-^nmTA PACTFrr TTThf: mvRA^ci^ OQ' ^ 

Jurchiise of Lot IV - Block tlo6 from 5.S. 

Perlnam for McLaren Park 

nOl.LEC^O^ OF INTE^J^AL HEVSNVE 

^ ^rax on Admissions - Larch ly47 

Children 's Quarters 

Fleishhacker Play field 

Fleisnhacker Bathhouse 



$ 14^165.10 



ii,Uif3.i30 



303. 75 



5UU»UU 

sou, 00 
265,71 



66,57 

214, 2U 

4.^4 



''''7e^::i^'iii^ ^ installation of an Irrigation 
System - Unit No, 1 Golden 7ate ParK 



lu,0^3,77 



golden rate Park Sewage Treatment Plant 

Vyltm - irater .forks Fnnping Plant - O.^.PirH 

' ^'^'^^(aj'^lment ' ^ '.ielocai.o^ of booster punps. 
i/ncs at the Water Works, r, r, rc.R 

Band Concerts - 7,'j-,rarK j-^i ^ 

f,:iXVO r. ^'^'^^•■'^ ' _J"^';ff%t trty for l^oLaren /ar» 
^oVT.' BVooT'elts'; Loi '■^- BloU' ,13^. iot ...a 

Block 61f:f2 

^^^^^B^m^T^^am Link yenoe at Fleish,Pool 

Elf^KTes in connection u^.tn budge, 
gations L'arch 5 S 16, 1^^ 

„oyj,n,rr_ ■'^'iri^:iirht^:^W^^Tour forvr. . 
TrTJTrWr'ofOspt. of Interior of A^strai.an 
T-overnnent 



'JCU,00 



1,41^.66 



5?5 . • 'tf 



1,616, if? 



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RESOLUTION NO. 140l 
RESOLVED unanimously by tne Park Commission thai 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby reauested to 
approve the following ^ork Orders: 



W,0. 

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DESCRIPTlCf} 



AMOUJIT 



2i^U S, F.City & County Compensation disabil' $1,500 

Employees - Retirement ity benefits and medical 
SusteK charges other than for 

S.F, Hospital for six montna 
ending June 'du,1^47'Add'l. 

2vl S.F.City & County S,F, Hospital charges l,5uu 

Employees - Retirement & prorata of Compensation 
System, Coverage Administrative 

coats for six months 
ending June 3v,194V Add'l, 

29Si Dept. of Public i^'orka Surface footpatns m \f5u 

i/c/ •/. J ^^^^^ ^^ Oriental Tea Gardens 



Re$,fio. 

1402 




RESCLUTIOI^ iVC. 14u2 
RESOLVED unanir.ou3ly by the Park Com-iission that for 
the best interest and -^roper condu-t of the Park depart-tent 
the Controller be and i!j hereby requested to approve the 
following Allotments and Transfers: 

AI^LOTlfENTS 



m 



rovriati on 



2~214-ul 

612. 215. Ul 
612. 214, V2 

612. 214. u2 



Jiaintenance l: Repair 
Structures - 'Jeneral Division 
(Loan Storage Shed - Nursery) 

Maintenance i- Repair - Gen'l Diun, 
Sideioalka & Roads 

MtGe» £' Repair 
Structures - ^oo Division 
(paddock Drainage Correction) 

Utce, 6- Repai r 
Structures - Zoo divi sron 
(Bears' Cub Den and Yard) 



$lj222,uU 

2,500.00 
1,11-UUO 



IHANSFmS 



r om 

2. yov, 01 
Services other Dt<^pt9, 






612*385.01 

Fdrage d Food for Animala 

iJaneral Division 



To 

'6T2.40U. ul 
Equipment 
General .nvisi on 

612.4U0.ul 

Equipment - Qen.Divn, 



l,Uy6mU2 



782. 81 



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612^900*03 

Services other Depts. 

Commissary Dwision 

612. 385.03 
Forage & Food for 



612,300.04 

Materials o Supplies 
Recreational Division 



$lj u33, vO 



612,2u3,u3 114, uu 

Allowance Employees' Cars 



Animals - Commis,Divn, Commissary Jivision 



1403 



1404 



P.jr.'^OTJJTTON NO. 14U3 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Comnission that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Fark Department 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the 

purchase of 

One 200 amp. Electric JTeldmg Unit iflS5,vO 

from the unencumbered balance m Appropriation 612.400. ul - 
Equipment - (Jeneral Division. 



pKSOLVTiON NO, 14o4 
RESOLVED unanirnously by the ParK Commission thai 
tne Purchaser of S^ipplies be and is hereby requested to take 
such action as ir necessary to conform with that provision 
of the Charter of the Jity and County of San yrancisco covers 
^ng the bonding of executive officers an<i employees, in order 

that 



1. 



The following officers of the City ^f ,;^/"^*^/{„d 
San rrancisco shall each give bond to .he City ana 
County of San /roncisco as follows: 



Five Comr.tssi oners, each 
Superintendent, Park 



$8, 5o0 

15,uoo 



K^^-4-m n r +hp followin-: Dositions shall be 
cJi-.rel\rnrBTJ.lVBon, for .c.*«/ul P.r/om.nc. 

Accountant 
Secretary 

Cashier C ,, _,_ 

'General Clerk, Tme Holla 
General Clerk, Storeroom 
General Jl-rk, Batnhouae 
jenior :ncrk, lelief Cashier 
senior Clerk, !^r chasing ^^^^^ 

Harbor Master 



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griddle cook - Zoo Luncnroom 
Cook, Harding Cafe 
CooK, Lincoln Cafe 
counter Attendant, Coxt Tower 
Counter Attendant, 3hart, FarK 
mnnter Attendant, Lincoln Paris 
counter Attendant, Oriental r««/«^^!" ..,„,. 
Zo Assistant Directors, Recreational ^ctivit 



les 




Tl^Toreman Recreational Activicies 
Eight Starters (Golf J 



RESOLVED unanimously by tne ParK Commission tnat for 
Ue best interest and proper conduct of tne Parn Department 
tne controller be and is nereby requested to approve tne 
following orders for Service or WorKt 



ORDER FOR 
SERVICE 
QR :iORK 



n 7.FinRIFTI0Jf_ 



AHOUM 



T.+im r#e for Title .nsur- $ 16, OU 
:,y California ^Pacif^c Title ^^^/^^^^ . ^^t lu 



Jnsurance Company 



40 Villi^am lartin 



Jon 



41 William Uartm ^ Son 



ance Toli^-h - Lot lu 
Block 6lu6 - Pernam. 
McLaren Park Land 

Construction of Loan H^SH.uU 
Storage Shed - Nursery 
jolden Jate ParK 

Construction of Bear's 1417, uO 
Cub Den and Yard - 
S./. 2oo, 



op>:n.h-:c.r rc. 140§. 

,s.,.7„ hi/ tne ^rk Conrission tne* 
RESOLYKD unani-.ously by tne . 

. ^ r..nf and -roper conduct of the ParK Depart^ 
for the best interest ana rope 

K r,ni .a hereby rec^ested to nave 
.nent, his Honor tne Uayor be and .a neret>y . 

. .. .re.arei appropriating $l,^et.u^ from tne surplus 

an ordinance preparer ^ly t 

m tne following an^ro^nu ^ 

f^.r Derart--nts - Cen.Uivn, ^1,1U^.- 
eiz^^uo'ol services otner Depart . ^^^ ^^ 

Ci.-3.5.ul Forage for Animals - ^en. Divn. 

,, ,,. .redit of appropriation e^.^uO-.. - i^.^iP^ent - 

., ..., ,u- le-rntal .funds required 
7eneral Division^ to ^r--- 



accoi 




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Durcftase xn ttie Ity46-Iy47 Budget. For example, the price of 
^^^ o Caterptllar *a if9,?utl,34 wnereas ttie budget estimate was 

$y,uUu.uU, Tnio caterpillar *s required for tne uninterrupted 
operation of the ParK DepartTient, Tne above transfer also 
provides $155.00 for ttie purchase of a portable 200 Anp. 
Electric UTelding Unit from War Surplus. 



lieeting 

idiaurned: 



There being no furtner business fi come before the 



Comnission, the neetmg adjourned at 7:3u p.m. 




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(l-erald J. Linares 
Secretary 




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San Francisco, California 
April 24, 1947 




A regular meeting of the Fare Commission was held at 

UcLaren Lodge, Golden Gate Fark, Thursday, April 24, 1^47, 

The following Commissioners were pres ent: 

Ur, Lloyd E» Wilson, President 
Mr, Howard J, Finn. Comr.issioner 



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Uinutes 



Mr. Edw, T, Haas, 
Mr, Dan Em London, 

Accent: Mr, Byron j-. L'obbs, " " 

The minutes of the regular meeting held April lu, 1947, 



isere approved and adopted, 



.$sion 

zill 

Improve- I 



IS SI an Hill Improvement Association, 



The Russian Hill 



n 



rrovement Association's request for continuance of its 



^tQuest : hearing to L'ay 22^ 



DOS gr 



■nted, 



ipfc 



rel 



^ k y k * 



•Laren 

park: 



A pparel Citu , The request of I'r, rcrvm 2. Leins for 

1 City was referreJ. to the Superintend- 



tree nlantmg in Appare 



ent t^ith instructions that this matter be presented when the 



Commissi on co 



nsiders the tree planting program. 



McLaren 



-irk, 1>.* Jecretary was instructed to ulvise 



.^eis Tract and Taul ^ract Imrroven 



er.t Jlub that the parcel 



^t-erty tna 



4- ^ 



ad bten cujjested for 1 evelopmcnt for a 



a' ii: 



r^AT, I 



lav'; round, was 



Tcrk ani 



ie the boundaries of L'cLaren 
\z Jurisixction of the Com-^is- 



LTiO ■" .* 



aion, 

j :^tncoln Firk , The S'-.perxntendent's report and reoomnend- 

ation^ for abatm.i the hasard of mjnry to property and persons 
by golf balls driven from the eightn tee at Lincoln Park, u^ere 

presented and approved. 

Yacht Harbor , The Superintendent's invest i -ation and 
report on a boat owner '$ complaint of damages to his property 
:ht Harbor, wot approved, 

Sharon Building , :^r. Lei ^ -^uzrt's com-.uni cation m 

:..... ,7.,^,. •^idm 'rate Park, was considered 



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Tacht 



and the Secretary uaa instructed to advise IJr, Hobart that 
tne Commission did not anticipate doing the work at this time. 

Yacht Harbor. Cancellation of L'oorinci License . The 
Commission granted a thirty day extension on the cancellation 



of Ur, ^\ E, Judge's mooring license, 



>faiiun . 



approve 



fesar Staitun - .football field cover . The Commission 
d the rroposed reply to the purchaser of Supplies* 



letter oS April 15. 



Lincoln Perk. }olf Tournament . The Call Bulletin's 



^'~^' reauest for ner^.icsion to condu 



:t the annnal Junior City rolf 



Chamr>ion 



ship at Lincoln Park Golf Course, July r to 11, mclw 



\Fark 



sive, was granted, 

Golden ■rC 



tf Pfirk Band Cor.course. The Call Bulletin's 



Sand, 



Loan of 

3urro: 



request for permission to use ine 



Golden Jate Park Band Con» 



COU] 



rse. for a Uovhe 



rs' Day Projran, Hay 11, usas -ranted, 



Burro. Jecuect for l-^an ?f 



The Rennay 3hry-0ck School 



-J lusxc. 



Arts end Jramc, request fo 



loan of a burro wa 



s 



dc'ii ed, 



Vic 

: enter 

Pla^c; Union 



Ci i-ic Cs^t:r ri'i::f^» The Drum Corps 



1,L. 



L^cal 



recuest 



/ %> '^ V r v* ' 



;ne arehouse 
:entsr riasu 

- :ranted. 



Farki 



^Quati ^. 



.^aden, 



lei on 



^o t ^"or 



a con tinuance 



or a 



csed air oightseemg 



Tfd 



"X 01 



. J. J 



'^.VK, u-'l 



3tree_i 



' ' ■mm 

^ ri 



'2 riant 1^2. 



ranteZ' 



I'r, Jai 



t 3 s ion to 



1 the o' 



am trees 



•^cr^r.te.^ lent for report. 



.nenna' c arzlication 



-*t, ioaa 



uiaJiu^jL 



taijumi 



cation J 



n Cor football i' 



The o'c 



s a 



laco Jnmor Coll^je a-^pit- 



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'joa 



s poo tponed ■;n'ii 



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dtadium on 



ri 



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ation ."or i^ce -)/ 



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for fn 



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rk: 



»^.n±al D.r Cushions. Commissioner Finn was requested to 



discuss wi 



th />. Thonas A,BrooKs, 



Ks. the matter referred to in his 



letter of April iP, 1^47, 

VrLarrn FarK, The Gomnis^i 



on ^ 'roue 



d the proposed 



resoluti on 
at vublic 



to the Board of ^urery^sora 



au 



th^v i.^xnj the sale 



uc 



tion, of lots 



med b, 






i-nl County located 



)utside the boun 



darxes of UcLcrcn lark, 



The Boy Scorn 



s' requssi *© hold a j^^inct Canporee, 



Saturday and J'!nlcy, 



sa: 



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ir and x 



» m yrLaren rcrk, was appro oeC, 



a^Tf^^n -Jets rarK 



Far.T. I'm, doanli- .iooney'c oj^sr .o 



donate plant 



be 



1 m 



tne Fujnsia Jarden, yas accepted. 




Dar.aQe, 



'n -> 



•0 rerukj 



^t:la^ce 'J 



'-. The Se or clary 



was authori^ 
in the name o 



release of cl. 



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•V -roperoy. 



f Mr, 'Jeorge Grcdy, for ^HiK-fO* 






Th e Cz -.r. T 3 St 9r. con 



recsi oeu. j 



•cm his ho 



nor t*'t 



sxdered tne letter 
".-•"a the apprcpri" 



a. - 



ue 



sted 



,r the -vrchase of eddittortM resl property 



aijaccn 



i to Ae^ar dtadiv%. 



- ' r>t 



Tr 



J.1 



■fsri 



to tne 



pjperin tendent; 



Fro"^ iii'iri iiranster^s 



-•*-•' 



.e9-b%ny tnat 



'r.o oall playi 



U; 



be crej 



''roK t^^e ^ 



- 7 '1~CC 



iro 



■> , ^ - n T 



e-^artr^ent of 



xndu- 



.ne Ci 



■oia t' 



;eu5c;e -'' 



ro' 



^osnl 



to c 



;t :^nd Fie' 



:rs 



lanhandl 

roimd 



0na calling 



!■:. ./uc r 



L I 



dou rt i'"-.J- 



7 ^ of e-r.ployee 






Lake Fork. 
Tha following 



lett 



rrs vere read and '.rlerei 



•ile< 



Fron t 



the C-ief of /olice 



n-re safely of spectators a 



lj 



fieh 



\ed for -^oj-e 



1 i-ir^lane z. 



j.-,^^ Deputy City ^^ttorney 



V iZi: 



of 



_y-.i. County of 



- - rancisco u, ^arney w ..^ . -- . 




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\e7ital 



Cortes of letters to the Finance Conmittee fron tlxe 
Director of property rciiiiesting adoption of resduttona extend^ 
xng tne tirjs until January 25, 1^48 to the Seaboard Oil Cor.pany 
to drill irells on property acquired froin the estate of Alfred 
yuhrmanj deceased, end adopting resolution autnorisxng consent 
to asaignnent from Atlas Froduction Inc., to the. British- 
Ansrican 0x1 Froducmg Company, of certain xnierests in these 

landSm 

Fron Chief Air'.xmstrative Officer, Thomas A, Brooke, 

cocer^ting invitation to crown the n^^een of t:.e 'day. 

From the Down Town association csmpZiienting the 

Departr.ent on the Tulip display. 

From the Salvation Amy t'^anking the Corxnission and the 
^olaen .ate rark oand for courtesies eztendei on Salvation Amy 

Day, 

Fron Ur, Don Snrr.ons m-re tree • lantmg. 
nnn:-^Lici dcr'arc . Mr. rJa^. L, }ral.cn'3 request inat 
refuce receptacles be placet >. n Golar,bia Square, was denied. 

:,„r.rl.n^nU:l ^ ^ '■ r : ' noU^ l^ .-he Cor^nisr-- - i^-'t-^^ii 
•: to snonit to ic -.n- :'-e Layor, Icttirs 
^c ^rii'^-T^,,, -npplmtntal appropriations in i^e 




t'-.c 



the ^ • ■ ' 

requesting 
11*4? ~48 budget: 

Ailow^rce for .c rit-c - ffentrml division 

Holidays - rcneral Jt vision 

Wages - General Ji vision 

Concerts - Jeneral Division 
(If number of concerts i6 reduced, ohen 
oupplemental request is 

Equipment - General Divfst en 
Retire-e't Allowance - General Division 
Holidays - iuco uivision 
rtajes - 'i.00 Diui si on 
Equipment - ^oo Division 
Retirement Allowance - ^oo Division 



^960.00 

COO, 00 

3,68B»00 

e, 115, 00 
3, Yoy, 00 ) 

1,500,00 
11,251,00 

::,u4y,"o 

200, uO 
2, lci3, 'JO 










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Holidays - Conmtssary Biviaion 

Wages - Conmxasary Division 

Wages - Temporary - Covmiaaary Division 

Contractual Seroicea - Comnusaary Division 

Allou;ance for use of employees cars - 
Connissary Divisi on 

Materials and Supplies - CorMissary Division 

Materials and ^uppltes - Resale 

Foodstuffs - Commissary Division 

Holidays - .Recreational Division 

wages - Temporary - Hecreatior.al Division 

Heuremeni ..ic.=nce - Recreational Division 

Wages - Temporary - street Tree Planting Jivn. 



$ 9uO, uO 
1,808,00 
6,250,00 
1, 750, 00 



390,00 
2, 100, 00 
2, VOO, 00 
Z7jnv0,0Q 
2u0, OO 
1,550,00 
5ii3,00 
1,425, uV 



netire-ent AlloLznce - Street TreeTl^ntmg 
aevirc -c -I' « Division 



248, OO 

<^niariea - Strest Tree Flanting Dion. 765.00 
Temporary baiariea ^i<#<=w 



jm. L'clntosh ^5,vuy 

Anvone yeierser. & ^on 5,9^4 

Wifi, llcrtin u Jon ^*"^^ 

r>^n-^-,oi Of the J-ipermtenient and on 
On the recomr.enia.ion oj t^ -^ ^ t 

. , „aJ. -.coni.i and ur.on.-.^u.ii, pa..«i. t.e follow- 
motion duly maic, ..ecm^c- 

-.njj resolution was adopted; 

■f^,• '^t/t Cor.mission that a 
HE^CLV£D unanimously ijy ^^-^ '- 

. ,• .r .-ancT.-co, ani tie Secretary he 
rie.snhacker Play/relu, -an .,anct.c , 

-J ^#. -T/.cuic t7'.e same in . ' '"^ 
,e la hereH autfiort^ed to execute 




;. ?/o. 



...io; 



and fi( 



0/ t^.e Perfr *^' 



,,,..,,,„ and tr.at pa^n.nt t^.«/or .n ine a...nt 



.^ r^,..- /»-/,»;aand 'ana nine ( #'^ 



, D(/yj dollars be paid from 



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Appropriation 612^5u0-7tl (fleiatihacker Play ft eld), 
1415 



Res 
1414 



.Vo. 



Buena ga-'^^a ^^rk - Revlacmci of Tbo Inch Water pipe. 



The 



Secretary presen 



ted the following bid for tne above uork. 



E, J» Treacy 
Aoaociated Engineers 



Uartm L'Urphy cc 
McNai r 



■iobert B, 



Unit Price 
^er Lineal Foot 

• i/5 

1.50 



1.51 



On the recor.nenic 



tion of the Superintendent and on 



motion duly made, seconded and unanimously passed, the follow^ 
ing res lution was adopted: 



ov.^ri.r.'PTni' ?;g. 1414 



con 



P.2SCLVED una-.i 



tract be awardid to S, J. j- 



noiisly o,^ the Park Conmission 



tha- 



'HEACY. yr 



4 Irving Street, San 



Francisco, co 



vermg tne replacing 



of a two men waterpipe x: 



Buena 7i 



fto PcrK, ^an /rancisco, an 



d the Secretary be and he 



xs hereby out 



homed to execute the sane m 



the nane of tne 



E* %j 



'reacy. 



'or the 



in the amount o, 



;1. MainLenance & 



Park Ccnnission and that payment therefor 
f if4,27j.00 be paid from Appropriation 612-214- 



Bepair otr'jctitrer - General Division. 



1416 



Ui.sicn Pc^y- ^^rlioat.^v ^^ n ,.rface Corrse and 
Wear^j^j^^^urX^c,^^ The Secretary presented 

the fo Housing bids for i-e above ^^ork: 

Ualoti leterson H,44ti.OO 

Chas. L. IK^rney 14,21V.U0 

'^^,«T, '^f *he Sureriniendent and on 
Q^**-_g reco-rinenaation of ^ne ouf c* i..*"-^ 

■ , .H. ^^conded end unanimously passed, the follow- 
motion auly ^.ade, aeconuea 

ing resolution was adopted: 

^fy:r.nr'"- ^'C. 141C 



H' 



RSSOITED un 



amnously by the Park Jommiasion that a 



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^ftr'-Pf-M- 



4/14/4? 



1416: 



co„tract be o^rd^d to lULOTT MID FETSSSOS. 241S Harrison 
Street. 5<.n Frono.aoo, for the a.opi.eai.on »/ a 5i.r/aoe cour« 
<,„d u„aring »ur/ao. on */.. r.nn.. <7o.rt. at UXeexon FarH, 3an 
mnctsco, and the o.cretar, be and he .e hereby authort.ed 

to execute the eane in the name 0/ the Par* Conn^eexon and 

act pas/Ment ther./or ,n the a^o.m t 0/ *4,44a.00 be pa.d fro. 

Mppropriatxon 012-214-01 (Uaxntenanoe & Repaxr Jtructures, 

fjeneral Dt uiston)^ 



i . J. 



p,nr atodiur , rr-^^^truetton nf .■qorage Hoon. The 
secretary presented the /oIio..n, b,de /or the abo.e »or*: 
intone Pet. r, en • Son ^6,552.00 

Wm, Uclntosh 

tfm, Uartxn (£ oona » 

Lewxs J. rcP^rnott 10,r?cMI 

on t.e ^eco^n.ndat^on 0/ t.He Sup.r^nU.^^t an. on noUon duly 
„ad. and second^., th. /oilo.tn, resolution .as a^iopie^r 

RlSSCLLT Tny ^fC, I'll?. 
i?^^CX.Kri) unanimously by ^ne FarK 
contract be awarded to .ntone Petersen . .on, 2-58 San Bruno 
,,.nue. San y^ncisco. coucr.np the c.n^truct.on o/=tora,e 
.oo« at .e.ar Stadium. San /ranceco, and the Secretary be 
a„d .e ,e hereb, authort.e. to e.eo.te t.e ,ane .n the n.,e 
,;• th. Farl. .o^xe^xon ana that pa.^ent *here/or .n the 
amount 0/ .6.5«..«be pa<d /ro« .,proprtat.on .ir.5...«« 
(ue^ar Staiiun-(Stcreroon). 




'■^^' ,or.: T.e Superintendent preeentei the /olio..n, »r^. for 



.'iejeation 



the above work: 

Arras Brother$ 
j)e Luca cc uon 
car Is en c- yran 2 



$2 J 2^5. 'JO 
2,32V, 45 




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..sun. 



Antone Petersen & Sons 
Wm, Ifolntosh & Son 
Arthur Wallgren 



'^2,67'?., 00 
3,43U0V 
3,675,V0 



on mot.on dull, "''i' ""^ »«ond.4 tn> bxi, were r.j'.ot.d 
o-^,ng to the fact that tnev >->ere over and above tne 42.0UU 
Jinit presented /or in/omal b%i». 



^■,..- n.„„ ^ark. f.'ur»»-, f - rn^tgJIaf. -^r nf an Electri c 

Trm0dAr Service * 

The Superintend ^t prer.entei the following t>zds for tne 

above work: 

MacCabe Electric Conpany 
Eveready Electric Conpany 
Marine Electric 'Company 
On notion duly nade an 
omng to the fact tnat tney u>ere over a 
Ur,it prescribed for informal bids. 



^2,U67.00 
2,44d,v0 
3,48U,U0 
d seconded tnc bids were rejected 
nd above the ^2,000 



Pr/f^"*""^ Acco-.nts* 0^ 



the Conms^ion approved t-e transfer 
to i^.e Bureau of Delinquent -Revenue: 
Clifford Luster 
W, E, rriffith Son 
Thonas Ja-^.es C'.rady 



no. I en duly ".ade end seconded, 
of the following accounts 

$10, uo 

3y»y5 

1'>.V0 



iQOht 

iioeises: 



"J sec en 






;. .n --otiO'^- -iuily 



^ade 



roved the following applications 



for Yacht narbor Loormg Licences: 

B ^RTIl i\0^ 
Tenp, 






iTi'A"U' 



Hi chard C, (George 
E^ard Lowe 



• ■ 1 rr' T 



Sea intch 
Meander 



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On motion duly made and aeconded the folloumg resolu- 



HeioJJiiSMI* 

ixona were adopted: 

RESOLUTION NO. 140Q 

RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commisston that the 

Controller be and is hereby requested to approve a Credit 

Modxficutxon of Contract in the amount of i^255,5u against the 

contract ioith J. r. Bren Company for Street Tree Flanting on 

Lombard, 2:arf:et and Van Ness Streets to adjust the contract 

to the actual number of trees plar.ted, 4C4 trees « $16.25 each. 



Res,No» 

14091 



RSSCluTICN nC, 14:0^ 
RESOLVED unanimously by the ^ark Jonmission that for 
the best interzst and proper conduct of the Park Departnent 
the Controller be end is hereby requested to approve the 
follo'c-ing ALLOTL'EirTS and TIurSF JAS: 

ALLOTISEI^S 



An rrnrri ation 

612'CIO-Ol I'amtenance & Repair Structures 

iJencral Division . 

(Buena Vista \:atcr Hain 4,^75. JOJ 

{L'lssion park Tennis Courta 

Wearcoat 4,^8,00 

612^500^76 Flexshhacker ^^^y^l^]'^,.^^^^^ 
•Upper Vending Booth AaditionJ 

-^^.jya-^5 Kesar Gtadiim (Storeroom) 
512-500''J^ Lincoln Park Irrij:xiion System 



#a, 723, UO 



MIO 



5, ycy. uc 

C, 498. 03 
800. UO 



Frcr. 

C12'£l-i'(j4 

L'ainten2nce c- Hcpaira 
Structures - Recreational Division 



To 

Tii-5o0'eti 

Kezar utadiun Jtoreroom. 



53.17 




r'oragc • 



612'200-u2 

.-^^.als Contractual services 
Zoo Division 



2eo. 00 



HESCLVE:^ unamn^.sly by vhe Park Con.is^ on that for 
., .rr^n.r conduct and best mt.rest of the Park Department 
tne Cmrcller be and is hereby re.uesteS to approve tne 




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$450, 00 



3, OUU, UO 



^yvi!^ C gg,^gf p.-M,.i7io Plana & Speci ft cations m 
Reservoir 




louer oervice to I'am Yard 



34'd, 7u 



C, y64. so 
J 7 "'^r^^^ gglT.-li'/r Pianttng on Lombard o'ircei 

^ITJ -CSS Af---** %t ' 



\M 




nil: 



^aCLVijiJ 






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*fta^ j>r 



'- fc ParK ife^artr.eni, 



,,eoest int.re.tand proper coniuo. oj 

- hereby requested to have an 
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^ ^' <j *.aL'nr o c -i' 



Surplus ^/ tne r"." 



'he rc^- ^yO'"'^ <^^ *^«/' 



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,t-icvio<. of the rrederxok a 



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T-tctior. 0/ 3U-rortinj oKjI-l \i 

,n Press B 



^11 t^%ch has u^cn 

r ' 3 512 rue ^ . i^-*/ 

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77 



1412: 



RKSOLUTIGK :I0. 1412 
RESOLVED unanmously by the Park Jor-issTon that /or 
tne best xnterest and nroper conduct of the Park Departr^ent 
ins Controller be and 13 hereby re^iested to approve the 
follo'^irig Orders /or ^eruice or »'orK: 



CHDSR yoR 

SERVICE 



Y^::DOd 



42 Cali/.Taci/ic Txile 
2nsurar.ce Company 



43 J. 5. Oratian 



n^,sc:ilFTI0N AmUH 

Fees for tittle insurance 
policies Lot ■: Bl'^ck C0')0 
Reed - Lot 'J Block Glu3 
Bennett ^ 33.00 

Test Boring for nsvi -^ell 

at Lincoln Park at the 

rate of yf4,uO per foot for 

not less than 100 feet and 

not to exceed CuO feet tiOU.VO 



Rfs,ro, 



WHSHSAS, on 

J, . " ' ^ 

]oucrnneni of the 
City and Co'iniy d/ oo 



the 12tn day of Ja-.ucry, 1943, the City 



-.^ - -.-f 



- executed a c#r*s*r. lease 
nited StatiS ©/ certain property i 



-ih 



% t h 



I, n, e 




an /ranc«»e», 4escribei as follows, to 



L:lt: 



; /I - ^ J' J-i <- j ' 



_ r-niri-m-nned land 



Conirii 



'--' J ^ j.r'Zo" S (Along 



f '/•'» 



""^^ 'l''^i :ft'/^reJt"t.h.a,; 015.^0 feet, 
r 'ni^'^3^"^Vi^:t3 feet from tM mutheast corner 
■""'^'ir^ -y^\. t:., .1.1.^ "^^nh^^v. thence from sit J rjmt 
of /u. 




t'o ihe ^'irt of connencenent* 
Containing 2.51 acres, nore or less. 

^ ^ nrr.L T,/l - r->r^ra^ei land 



The u 

'Jate 

story 

nnaie 

area 

south 

porti 

Also 

oquar 

and b 



- -fhm f'neach Chalet'* located m ;^lien 
uildty ^^o>.n as the f.^^^^^'^^^^ comprising a two^ 

^^V^^'"^ ^nd a ucco ifiJit"^ containing arnrox- 
wood frame ^na a.j/cco ^\^ ^-^^^^^ tnerefrowi an 



ly l,,nOO square feVi, }^ excl^^n^ rnerefron an 



acuare feet Ifc 



%n t«« 



on Of t-e *^-'"^^,, -Z __ nrea of a^r^rnximatfj.y £w 
croludmj therejroman area ^ J* . ^ ^ .j^^j, 

en's rest room. 





1^'W^- 



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4/04 '47 



76 



14131 



<?«id Beach Chalet is located approxx-iatcly TOy fee-t 
TortnweVurly of the northwesterly corner of Parcel One 
above described, 

yet leased area approximately B4u0 square feet, 

e, ^ r.rri-r^la are a portion of Jold^ iate Park situate in 
Tne City ana Colnty'^of cian Francisco, State of California. 

Plot Uap NO. 7142 A 1£6 of the abooe-nentioned property 
ys attached to lease and r.ade a part thereof. 

..nSREASj it u^as agreed in said lease that at tne ierm.n^ 
ation thereof, the said federal governnent i^ould restore said 
property to the original condition in .hich it obtained tne 
sane from the City and County of San /rancxsco/ and 

,HERSAS, ^aid le^ce has no^ expired and said jovern^.ent 
of the Vmted States has restored said property to the ori.mal 
condition m .:.^ch the sa^e .as obtained fron the City and 
^'•- 'ranciaoo , 
. .- . rr-^E. BE IT RESOLYSD by tne larK :z — ission, 
, .. •«• + -' ^ ^ " >"'rebh -,broluei 

.Ml.iy under t^e af9reem%d leaee ami mat 
. • , : . , ■ e-i,^ : ^ execute 

g Jouerr^^-rct :f the '- -States 

- • -y^^- undfi' f'-e ai>f*ve described lease* 



CO 



fro- - 



his doner tne I'ayor 

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- .ar'^mg it j ■ 






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the #•. 



J znd %: 



fusion an: privilege - 

. , . ,^_ : e ::"r2in 



"1 



z 'urde: 



rec 

he 



3i of one year, 

• ■ . 1 rei.al Of »»* ?«'' 

- i 

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ne 



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rozs 



-0 eu 



• • t s hereby - 
ferm su 

» necessary or -. 
13 resolution* 



f "^^unird t#-> • 



d'ij.lzrs, ^^i "-^ --- 



•ised i" execute 



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9, on 



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■ $ 
ose 



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RESOLVTIOl! IW, 1419 
RESOLVED that a concession and priuilege of conducting 
the lolf shop u.nd acting as a professional at the j^ardmg Park 
trolf Course be and is hereby awarded to ILi. TED riOBBIKS, for 
a rerioi of one year, beginning July 1, 1947 and ending June 
30 l'^4^t a* a rental of r.ix per cent of the total jross 
reoeirits computed monthly, provided that m no euent it Will 
be Isss than One hundred and fifty dollars ($150. uu), and 
the Secretary be and he is hereby authorised to erecutc the 
agree'^ent and to dn and perform such acts, on behalf of the 
C^-^.r.ission, as nay be necessary or convenient to give effect 
to the purr)03e of tnis resoluii on. 






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Hssciy^^- - . 

tne jolf 2'' -- -' -'■•■ 

aolf Course be - 

a period ^S r ^ ". 

30, 1^4ti, ot 

reaeir>is con^'-' ' ^ - "^ "• 



T?'". '". - -rivilcje 0,' co-.ducoing 



or 



^ ^ 3 



X ■ 






necessari or , 



re'^clution* 



rre 



'- ^Li:, X, l.'-My and sn4^%ng June 
')er cent V *-* t^otal irosa 
rn-jtiffi i^.at xr^ 'o c&ent »•« mil be 
-. ;": 'he Jecretary he and 

r '. .0 " '^ ^nd 






BSSCLTED by =he Park issi^^n that a conoesBion of 



operating a ^olf •iriv%ng range - 
:olf ncTHaniiac Q^ ■ 
1 - ' nthi-^ ■ ■ ■' "'"• •■ ^"' '' 

^loat Boulemrd and levar 



to m. LS£ DOC^A 



'" r ". "in o« ^ 



^ '4 



46, at a rental of 6^ \ 



'- -rwilcge of sflj.ing 

--^2 -• ^ land 
i on "e norin and .jezi by 
•—> 13 hereby aiDardei 
' ■,", , ^j 1, 1^47 and e^ ii nj 



ross r 



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60 



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Res 



^0. montnlv, provided tfiat in no eoent xt wMl he less inan $1S5.VU 
^ and the Secretary be and he xa hereby authorxsed to execute 
such agreenent and to perform such acta, on behalf of the 
Oonr.xssxon, aa may be neceaaary or convenient to jive effect 
U the purpose of this resolut,,on. 



Ueeting 

iiJourneA' 



There bexng no further buaxneas to aome before the 



Comn.seion, the neattng adjourned at 6:45 n.n. 



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jecreta&yy' 







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dl 



iian Frav.dL scOj Oalifornia 
May 2, 1947 




A spscial meeting of the TarK Oonmission uc 



3 held at 



McLaren Lodge, 'ri 



jiuer. {^aiti Farkj tian FrancTCcr}, Tuesday, Mcy 



"^D r.m, 



The /olloii:ing Cor.r.isai oners were p 



re 



sent. 



re r ra 



ent 



Mr, Lloyd i'. oilmen J 

Mr» uouard J. Finn, Ccr.nissi oner 

Mr, Edit:* T, Haas, Comv.issiomr 

llr, Dan E. London, Comri&Si oner 



Absent: 1. 



Bur on ^ 1*0 56.'', 



MS31 oner 




T'y.t Secr-.tary 



Adam. Arras & Son 
M9n»0n Br«9. 



w. 



6y. 876 



>/- f)rt 



On the recommsrtdaiton a/ the Supers 

noi'-^n •■■: i%^s, seconded -" ' •■-.' ^ 

r -- ^efolutton mmB adopted: 



"".-tendent snd on 

-"ffsed, the folloio' 



I '» » ■* . 



'fnere being r.o /ur 



er bvsxness to co^e befr^rs the 



-i; 



Commssx or. 



,^, meeting zdjonrrei "^t 5:15 ^.^> 



7 



^ 






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1 



cent r 



: be auTdsd tr> 



usly by 



:a rir 



J^y^4 






-t n 



'7 Bryani Street, 



Stin 



fYanctsco, c^ufr^ng renova 



n r . 



I old c 



"c •"j iS"' 



!Ya"c 



I* •" r t< 



:e >3ecri 



.ercby a>ithor% se 



>d to e:cecvrt 



• " 2"''^.e 1 



:<!-cr Stai 



■.z^.e ?/ tM 



T^rK Con'* I 
fifty Sevc' 



tr.at paynei^ therefor 



in 



iQunt 



iBSnd §euen 



hundrc-' 



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L'^.-r- 



•) 



d'^ liars ue ^aid fron kp \ 



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5/B/47 



82 



Regular 
Ueetina.' 



Uinutea 
A; rroytfi : 



}Qi Souse 
Cove J 



Zesar 

Stadium: 



Cafe: 



San Francisco, Caliif omia 
May e, 1^47 

A regular mee-bing of the fark Conmiaaion waa held at 
UoLaren Lodge, Golden Gate Park, San Francieoo, Thursday, 

May 8, 1947, 4:00 p.n. 

The following Commaaionere were preaentt 

Mr, Lloyd E. Wilson, President 
Mr, Howard J, Finn, Conniasioner 
Mr. Edw. T, Haas, Covrnxaaioner 

Absent tMr, Dan E. London, Coimiaatoner 
Mr, Byron G, Mohba, Comniaaioner 

The ninutea of the regular meeting of April 24 and 
the special meeting of May 6, 1947, were approved and adopted. 

nn. Fouse Cove . The matter of the posaihle termma^ 
tion of the leaae with Harold S. Peterson at Gaa Houae Cov. 
rnaa partially heard and continued to the meeting of June 1'^ 

/or further hearing. 

jr.,n. .«aJiu» n.....tnn C.nces>ion. The proposal, for 

operauno the cotertr,, cono«„o™ at Ke.ar Stoi,UM .ere con- 
,,,,re4 am t^. proposal of Sanuel Miller .as accepte* for t». 
.ears, pro.i<iei he .ouU. .Hhin t^»rt, *a„. a.ree t» certain 
.o*./.catto„. suggeste* »« the Co«iiSSiOn. The other proposal. 

were rejected, ^ 

ii^ajuMaiiim- I-"" son /ranoi^co J^^mor College . 

,. * .for use of Ke2ar Stadium for footkall names was 
application for use oj ac 

,rar.*.* oa to m*ay. *ou.-*er 7. an. otherwise Fernet. 

.,.. ,. n..t,r Pla^a . The San l-ranoisco Contention an* 
Tounst Bureau's .,pitca«on for permission to offer the 
C.„.c center Ha.r. to others for e.hi»it purposes, was .erne*, 
tn. at, Attorney ha.in, a^.ise. that o.c^ use »ou2. he u„- 

lawful, 

. rnf^ Mesars. Schuman and Harrta' appli- 
nm yahhao ^'fr Cafe. Messrs. 

j.^ +h- i0ase at the Fleiahnack' 
cation for permisaion to terminate the leaae 

, un.. 31 1947. wap oranted upon condition that 
er Cafe, aa of May 31, n^*^. 



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84 



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en 



,i uould soon spread '"JO yar: 



f nr Inc-^, C inchec j.espj 



,2..«5ta i'quarc* 



The decretary 



taru ms i-'.striictei i© advise 



)he H, S, 



Tittle Cor.pany zccorai^jiy* 



n. ir. 



Park' 



t\on 



■^ver 



•rtp nn 



r::tsr.5t on io 



:ry, i^^I, 0/ 



Don iJraham's applica- 
•i , 'r.:zent ajreenent 



< - 



•e Sightseeing tramr, rr Golden 



[te Fcr)( sni 



i»,e ire.it Hi:^h:r. 



J, s* 



}nrk 



StaUM' 



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-(f mis ST on to 



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,, .,r Mds. On the reco^Men :at^on of tk, Supenn^ 




jollowinj jobs: 

. ^ r„y.ir L^.naeruatory - ^o Crreenhonses 
aolden Jate Fark i^onaei oavo y ^ ^^^^,^3^ ^ieplacc.ent 




Conservatory, Painting 0/ 

The /ollcv:-tng cofivatmcctions us 



ri referrsi to 



tt>e Snrerir.tsnient: 

' , .«„ .. .,- ansntion to th9 rspaxrs 

.'H -•' Paf:er 
.- J-. -ir,«, mnntaxn in %ne «*re« 
neoefsary 



Fron 



to drinkxnj fountain in the arsa 



Fron 



. j^TJ.^' 



ncj 



salt'^g •- 



i*iat --^^ ^trce.j ^ 



, _:c? streets. 



oe 



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"wr.tif 1 



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irkstde Tenn^ 



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mcnt t^-rc/or m tfte amount 0/ ^"0)0 



.^«s 



.yo. i'"' 



mssTon and that pay 

thousani s 
/•roiR A-rr«priatTon cl.-.^^ 

-ationax > ^ " •/• 



,, ,undr.d and t.ent, /.ue (.2^C,,) aoU.rs ,e r^.^ 

..toe. . .icr^^r - structures - 



liscre^. 



q^].i^v. }ac-c ; 







'/•V 



ntffd 



irthur Wnlljren 
On the reconnendanon ., 

notion duly nai., seconded an : 



e Secretary ^rese^.<^ 



^8, 274 



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1423: 



612, :'14'04 



mtntenance 6; He^axr - structures 
Recreate onal Dwision 
(dharp rar\ rolf Course Drainage 
Gorreo b-* onsy 



^ 2,625*00 



X^ 






X^ 



^ervxces Other Depts. 



si*:-'2oo-'Oi 

Contractual Services 
General j' ^' «v^n 



..JXi- 



. "-i 



.he ^ 



best tnter«»* ^^ pr^P^^ conduct o/ 
rolier be ^'^^ ' 



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nr 



>^ereby requests^ to approve *M 



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a) I^':nlry, re/rig^raiion servic$» €l ., 



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1426 : 



bootns and luncn ro9«3 

.. --^ ,■ fre!ihnent3, oandyj 



'''^ ^IV'at Uoin9 and lun 



0".3 



fie cnrrorrtattans are requ^ 






t%on "j 



i^^c^Ci.KS5 unamnousl: 



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92 



San Francisoo, California 
May HZ, 1947 

i Tabular meeting of tn. far^ Con^is.von was keU 

iS^^-* THurs^ay. May 22, 1.47, 4,0. p.... ot Mcl^r.n Xo g 

QoU Fork, San Francisco. 

v-«. rtf fhe Park Commxeaion were 
fhe following nenhera of tne rar 

present: 

itr Llovd 5. Wilson, Fresident 
^r ^oZrd J. Finn, Commissioner 
ur idT.T. Haas, Commissioner 
i;: Ian E. London, Commissioner 

m -«« ^ Uobhs, Commissioner 
Absent: Mr. Byron .. Mobss, ^ . , uav 6 

Ki-,«47, ».r. approve, an* .Oopt.*, a. c.rr.oi.-. 

* J., *»w The 'Suasion 



5a!Si«n ,,„-*inn far o continuone* 

"" mil improvement -i.aoe»aUon '. appl.cat.on /.r 

'"* 0/ »t. hearing unUl «, /.r,t 



As 8 'n . 

rocht 






scr 



nn motion duly made and passed, tne 
r..H+. narhor . On motion au±y 

T^ed Mr. W. Elliott Judge's mooring license 
Commission cancelled itr. 

at racHt Hartor. ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^^^,^ 

Mr. Cyril Tobiris application fo 

T,.»,* 7 was 'granted. 

, ^,. bertix at Tocht Harbor on Ji'ne 1. »a» . 
of h.8 bertn ^eacner iaaocio- 

""^1^ competent employee supervise c.U-ren . 

activitie, at farltolde "?""" 

p„t o.«r untU a lat.r .eet^n,. ^^^^ 

^e,ar_StaiiM^ T^' ««»u».cat .on ^^ 

^~~;^Z^rranty a.r«».nt .x.cut*d by J. I. 
attorney enclosing ^^^^^ ^^^ ^,,,^„j 

Stuart ii^nu/acturtng <:o.panu, .«• P"* 

^ »*,«tnj conc«s.on at Xguot.c for*, 

operat. an aerial a.jntse^n? 

..■+tl a later neeting. 

'^ the Superintendent, the / 



« * 





iit^ti0^'mmimammtitlMit0li»W*]i» 






93 



■f22/47 



approved: 

{"'i'ror't^i t«r:Vriiou'rfo«, and on. p.»r of 

Ih, tupertntendent r»porUi the following, 

Damage U p«ng«tn etatue at Aquat^o favK. 

r,r. »'. tran./or.«r vault m tne i-,c»n»ty of rrayer 



Conaeroa- 
tor 



;:.arf 




Book Cro89, 

n.n..rvatoru . The Brotnernood of Locomotive Firemen 

an. En.inemen's re.ueat for a floral display of its em.lem 

.n front of tne Conservatory, Golden .ate Par., July 14, 1.47, 

1903 denied* 

Pjj^^2_g2jiai£. m Lion, international Convention 

j,ecorat.ng Con^.ttee'. application for peru.^s.on to erect a 

faoe...l. X>on„ Cage .n .n.on Square, .ui, .« to SI. .nclue.ve. 

was denied* 

Thg Slks Flag Day Committee's appli- 
^^r^A rnncourse * Tne mus r^^y 

eat.on for u.e of tne »a„. concou.3. »n .u., 1.. for tne annual 
nap Bay Sxercieee. aa» rrante*. 

- ^j^^^^^js^. THe Cmneee Golfer, /a.oo.ot.on of Aner.ca 
appUoat.on for ,er..ee.on to .0^ .olf tou.na^.nt at Sharp 

J ill ,11^* lu, was deniedm 

Park, on Sunday, Aujusz j.u, ^ 

^ a.m 'Ph» rail Eulletm 9 
..,^.n 7ate ■ia r i_Tenn,e Court, . The Call 

, , „,m,«.on to u,e ,one of tne C-olien iate fam 
tsurf..- applioatton for permssion 

.. run. S3 t' J^"' '^' "•-^""■"' ^'^ - =•*"-"'*'" 

t.nnia court., J"n. ^^ 

iunior t.nn.a tournament. ->a, grantet. 

. ^ ^r* StM^M. TH. San rra.ci.co folo and .ac.n, 

^Mim: , ,.,,,,,„ ror permission to continue to cnarge ad 

Club's application jor y ^ ^„ ^f 

. ^a out over until the meeting of 
Mission to the polo games, was put 



Sharp 



. '.fork 

linnis 



June m* 



igrp fark : 



B«rfc -oir Club's application for 
SharpForjL' ^^* ^^''''^ ^"^ ^ 



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' ; , „ ,., .e, a„. *.»....r *. ... .ran*.*. ." 

-*ii«r dates were deny** 

^j^, .-n.. ^r- *-r'' ^»n..ur»g. n* intern 






1 »an<. concur.., on nur.*>y. ^y -- ^-'. "" ^ '' 

^U.n77Z^^o. U u,. « P.--on of .,uanc ^r. on a 

!.™.nt /.r »et.r.n. 0/ *n.*r or,an..at>on. a. 
I«08e arrang«m«nt, for 

a socxal cluh, was denied. 



icuafic 






. Kf (71«1» r^e Secretary loa. *n«tructe< 

iBmM^' ^ .. tfte CMe/ of the Zoning Division, City 
—-to advise tne J ^^^^^ ^^^ 

n.r^.ssion, tnat the leaee with the St. .Ta 

Cofmission, supervisore. 

nod l>««n apvrooti »V " 

„„„„„ ^loiS. J'r.. ^lady. rred.r.ck'. cla»» .or 

,-,ult 0/ o (ionltey t.ormsJ her .lee"' 
OS a result 0/ o i.,r./or, »o« referred 

„»,.round en* «,u..t»ng r...»ur..».nt */..r./ 

.0 tH. «*. >«orn... ^^„,, „.,.,„ appl.catxon /or 

»-^^^-- '=^^^'^- , , ,r land at J>o..-t Lo"" "" granted, 

..ne.al 0/ La., /or plo* »/ ^- ^^^^^ ^^^ „„, 

.„d tn. Secretary »aa aut-orw.d to 

w H^i^ of the Covmission. 
on behclf of tne j^-^ Gravis' proposal 

'•"■"■Z^IZ. "■ '•"•■• '■■"■" '"•":"• . 

^^^"^ ^„ »3e Kesar Stadium m 

««i,al for permission to use Ae 
t.ntatvue propoaal /or ^^^^ ^^^ 

October, I.-,— P^--^'^^°"^";;. 
^x ^h« ly48 foothall schedule, 
conflict with the 1^4 / Secretary «K»8 

^^ to.J^or^-Zno^^i^ii^^^''- 



janaae fo Dama^e^oo — -- property damage 

?nrk ^ . 3,g„ release /or payment 0/ pr P 

rr^periM:authori^ed to 9 pranc.s J. Caspary. 

.r. the amount of $1^»^^» J ° 
claim, m wi« *'" 



Jaroerts; 



r« ?n f 



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l/<f2/47 



95 



Jivic 

:entert 









■.},Park 
•and; 



r^,, ^c center . The Coiw.s..on raUf^ei »■«« acUon m 
granUng peru.ee.on to the T.elftn „o«al district t. HoXi a 

application /.r a. ext....on 0/ ..n.*v ^a,, /or *».. .n.talla- 

,.„„ of tke «u.no n,t. for* Irr.gat^on Syeten. «ae granted. 
y., r^r»n Far, . The ?o»mun.*y Ch«* 0/ San -Tancseo '. 

.pp,.ca*»on ror per,..,»n to u« a ca«p .>t. ,n i^oXaren J^xr. 

^.. „.,an..ed «outh oi«*3. ».t^ aCuIt Iea..r,. »a. ,r«t.d. 
_,.,.„ .... Par. Band. The Director of the aol^en 

^U ^r. .an. »a, a.uU.d t.at all »ut ...... 0/ the ,.0.00. 

appropriated ,n th. 1.*^-*^ *"^S«* /- ""-'•*' '"'' '"" "' 
,.„... and t.at t..r,/or. tH. Ia,t concert «u.d ^. ..id on 
.„n. 15. .n con^nct.on ..t. ^ia. Ba, cere.,n.ee and t.a* tHe 
nu»..r of the nu,ic.ane -oould .a« to .. U».tcd to tna 

ouailoile /unda. 

J,.. ..alp. irurray. Director of tne .oi-ien ^-a.e Par. 

^.^ a leave of absence on Sunday, Uay 25, rJ4?. 
Band, was granted a leave oj c* 

i.++^rs ^-^ere rend, and referred to the 
The following letters ^ere 

Superintendent: 

A ^rnaks Chief Admimetrative Officer, 
From Thomas A. irooKS, unt^j 

.7 .ni insect infestation m the bushes 
advising of heavy fly ani insect . ,,^^ents 

^,. nf roit -oioer and mvitmg comments 
and snr.ks .n tne v.c.mty of .oit . 

. .irm.nate ^he nuisance by spraymj ^U;. DDI 
on attempting to elxminate 

m-LTfure m powder form, 

Jaeo. S. .e. »d...n. t.at .at.r .pr.nUor. .ore 

,„„, ,„.„.. .n aion, .unoot .oule.ard .. .o.n. .o.e 
.ro» .arr. .. Oi.p.ant re,uo.t,n, t^at .enohee 

placed in Marina Park. 

. i.fters were read and ordered filed. 
The follou>ing letters we 

r theS r.City and county Federation of women s 
From the i^. j. " w 

,nat the Aruatic Parkke restored to the 
Clubs requesting that the a 

^ u^s originally designed and builtf 
purpose for whicn it was origi 



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90 



.^ „or.a*,on for yo.tn and aiuKa and tnat tUe .«Ud.ng 
„„* *« I«o»e4 »"* *• oonoesstonoires". 

rron S»p«rui3.r aeorge CAr.oUpner. suggesUng tnot 
,n. .o«..3..on r«»n,.der »., c,n*.».Iat*d pr,,ran for tHo 
,.p„«™«nt 0/ C^iu^Ha Souar. and /urth.r au,.««n, tnat 
,„,,Iat.on i>. propo,.d. ,o tOa* tH., property »e re- 
,a*Mitt«<i U tne ta. payer, as a par^.ng area. 

rro. Hie Honor th. I'a.or, .ncIo«n. co.»un,oat»»n 
,„» t^. S. -".«*« -d Coan^y federation of .o.en'. Clu.a 
.„d .eou«*.n. t.at -e .. infor.e. ae to tne 3t.*«3 of 
,,uauc par. ar^ of any proposal .0 leaee .. *o .nicH 

,.rtou. conaiderat.on u,.JI be g^ven. 

rro. S.per..,or CKester ^a=»ne. enclosing .onn.n.oa- 
Uon fro. tne S.F.CUy an, ."o.nty T.d.rat.on of ro.en ', 






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""";>„™ tne follo..ng congra.ulaUng and t.an.vn, m 

CoTWiission and staff: 

j/r. r. A,3rool(3, ^n\ej s. 

ii^. Enil a. Petersen 

yr. John F, Scjam 

%^^^^^^^ r^prooeneni .asociat.on 

^^.nfin- on -oliinbia Square. 
rr», S. S.Tittle Sompany co^menUn, 

4. r.' Piles fin d Jonat ruclxM 

rm^^T^"*"" ?r.»nt.d tn« /oJIo-.^-^ 

» ^ Puhlic Tending., -^e 

b,d« for t.nc aboi?e work: 

14,724 

# +h# «?unerint«ndent and on 
on the reconnendation of the Supen 

, ^. seconded and unan.nously passed, the 

motion duly made, seconae^ 

-»«7ufTon waa adopted: 
following resolution u, 

Mously by tne Park romnission that a 
RESOLVED unanimously oy 

""-"* '' '■'"-''' ' Zo co.er.n- ..e replaoe.en. 

_^ -+ ?an ^'rancisco, cov^i 
Brannan ^reet, ^an 



Healu Tibbetts Company 
ne D^ncanson-:iarrelson 

Company 






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99 



of piU» and con.*ruc«on 0/ public landing .t TacM 
Sark,r. and th, S.cr *ary k, and he .. ner.»„ o,.*r..r»«< 

.,oht -.undred and /orty «x r#I3-8*«; <">"-»' »« ^^^ 
fro. Appr»pnaUon SlSSOO-'Jl (Tncnt ?ar»or;. 



, .,,„ . on ,o*»on duly .ad, and ..cond.d tne following r.»- 

luUons mere adopteii 

^wo7,i hij •'■tie Farh Conmiaa\on that for 
RESOLVED unaninoualy oy -^« -^"^ 

,,e ,e,t inUr»t and proper conduct 0' t,, ^r» ..part- 
.„, ,,e .ontroU.r *. and .. hereby relucted to appro„, 
•btie following payments: 



liM- 



iiec'rVcal SysU^. WoterWor.s 
Ampxng Plant - Golden ^ate Pari, 

Lot 8 - ^lock 5995 - Webber 

cTCLo^n: rE?^cE -^^^iHi^'^ 

..rrorrAK ^'^^'"^' '\^';;-^ 7/ -,^, I and Chain 
Link Fence alon : ^outh Jrive 
Gate park 

UmJim^ j^y celebration 

Band Uusic - 1947 May ^^v 
at Kesar Stadium 



$1,055,90 



5r5. UU 



1, yrjy, uO 



532, 4u 



^^^^pr7Tnr '.•'. 1434 
,,SOIV^ .namuo^sly ^y ^- i"-* ^"■""""" *''' f ^ 
.n, .«. *n.,r». and p.op.r conduct of tn. Par. ..part- 
„„t t.. ..-.on,. .. and . ..-V;^.— — • 
the following ALLOT ^^^i^ 

A^^XMnsiXSn rjarbor ' 13,546. UU 




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'Jontd. 



XSMSISM 



Approprtat\9n 

618-385^02 

Forage - Zoo Dtvn, 



622-^00^03 

Seruiceo Other Bept9, 

Conmieeary Diviaion 

612-300-01-1 
Materials d- Supplies ■ 
Reaale 

612-900-04 

Seru\cea Other Depte, 

HeGreational Division 

612-300-04-1 
Materials (^ Supplies • 
Resale - Recreational 
Division 

612-'JU0-0l 

Services Other Depts, 
-enffroJ Division 



Appropriaiion 
612-b7v-oa 
State Sales Tax 
Zoo Division 

612-200-01 
Contractual Services 
General Di vision 

612-200-01 
Contractual Services 
General Division 

612-3O0-O4 

Materials d Supplies 
Recreational Division 

612-300-04 

Materials & Supplies 
Recreational Division 



612-203-Ul 

Allowance Employees ' 
Cars 



# 66, 3S 



429, 45 



2u0, 00 



13d, 531 



31,42 



6 J, 53 



Rea. Ko, 

1435 



RESOLUTION NO, 1435 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Parn Conmission that for the 
best interest and proper conduct of the Park lepartnent the 
Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the follow- 
ing Orders for Service or Jork: 



0RD':R FOR 
SERVICE 

OR Fonz 



V SID OR 



44 California Pacific 
Title Insurance Co, 



D-:SCRIFTI0N AMOUNT 

Title Insurance policies $ 33,00 
for Lot 4 - SlocK SOU? - 
Haseltine and Lot 6 - 
Block 5':f95 - Webber 



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1436 



RESOLUTION NO, 1436 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for the 
best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department tht 
Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the transfer 
ef $15,00 from Appropriation 612-ly9-ou (Park Compensation 
Reserve) to Appropriation 612-llu-if4 (Permanent Salaries - 
Recreational Division) to adjust the salary set up for the 




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.?e«.jro. p#attion •/ one C/I66.J Junior Operating Engineer, for the 

1436 

Conti . period May 16 to June 3u, 1^4?, pending occupancy by tne 

engineer of the North Windmill Cottage for which there le 

a House Allowance deduction of $lu,uO per month. 



Bet, So, 
14381 



RESOLUTION' NO, 14dti 

RESOLVED unanimously by the ParK Commission that the 
contract for the catering services to be rendered at Kesar 
Stadium, Golden Gate Park and other facilities under the 
Jurisdiction of this Comnission, be and is hereby awarded 
to the Pacific Catering Company, 354 Taylor Street, San 
Francieoo, for a period commencing July 1, ly47 and ending 
June 30, 1949 — the Pacific Catering Company to receive 26% 
of the gross receipts received from the sales of food, 
beverages, and etc, and 8i^% of the gross receipts received 
from the sale of tobaccos, 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Secretary re and 
is hereby authorised to execute such docu%ent8 and nerform 
such acts, on i ehalf o^^ the Comnissi on, as may he necessary 
er convenient to give effect to the purpose of this resolution. 



Ueeiing 

Ai,io'jrnei : 



There being no further business to come before the 



Commissi on, the meeting adjourned at 5:55 p,n. 




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es. Secretary 



J era Id J, Ltnare 



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San Francisco, Cal^^'om^a 
Ji:ne I'J, 194r 



Regular ^ regular fieetxng of tne Turn Commission was field Thursday^ 



June 12, l'J47, 4:00 p.m,, at I'cLaren Lodge, 



olden Jate Park, 



Sar- Francisco. 



The following nenbcrs of the Park Commission were present, 



J A 



r. Lloyd S, i/ilconj : resident 

Ifr, Howard J, Finn 

Mr. E w, r. L'aas 

L'r, Dan E, London 

rr, Dyron 7. L'obbs 



Uiwtea 



The minutes of the Park Commission neetin;^ held May 22, 
1W47 mere approved and adopted. 



rachi 



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■.fbs 



Yacht Harbor, On motion duly made 



cssel. the Com~ 



n 



isfion cancelled .''r. 



Z, lel'e'iles p.oorJr.:- license at Yacht 



Harbor, 



:neer 



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"ioneer Park, i.r, Aistin iihcan's rcruect for rervn,ssion to 



use a rortion of the easrsrlu boi:i:iari 



oneer Park was 



irav.ted, subject to ar-roval o," t.'.c 



^tto rney. 



■ar Stadium, Cr. 



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00 -an en 2ct I on of t'.e Director of 



.sarcational Acti vtties, the '''arran; 



.ent e::ecutnd by 



C-f 1 



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In 7^ 



art Janufacturinn Company, was accepted. 



olden 'ate Park Staiium, 



■ Cinq Club ' 3 



.e San .'rur.ci sco Polo and 



:ion to continue admission 



charges for polo games in f'r.e "olden ^-ate ParK Stadium, was 
put over until a lator neetinn. 



Parkside Scuare i 



■ de parent Teac 



II.:: r ^ij.; J 



ciation '3 



request that a direcior be employed to S'^peruise -lap in 



Parkside Sruare. 'cs 'enied. 






ouce Co'je, 



.ni' 



r. Fred Coiy^ 



re^^rcsentma 



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cri ia 



\levard Innrovenenf Associati on. 



■PP 



earei and stated that the rier and club.ionse located a 



J- -i-h 



'oot of Buchanan Street, operated by larold Petercon, -v. .cr 



a concession agreement, was badly in need of repairs and 



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101 



iquatic 
Farii 



Informal 
His: 



marred the view of the residents living m that vicinity. 

Ur. Peterson offered to submit to the Conmission a plan 
for the relocation and improvement of these facilities. It 
mas so ordered, and the matter was continued to a later meeting, 

Acuatic park . ars. irace Perego, representing a group 
interested m leasing the Acuatic Park Jrounis and land 
adjacent to the building for a carnival -type amusement park, 
appeared and was requested to submit a written proposal^ 

Informal Bids. On the recommendation of the Superintend- 
ent, the followin J corrbracts were awarded: 

San Francisco Zoological Jardens, Heatinn Sj'stem m 
Director's Jiesidence: 

Colan Heatlnj and Sheet I'etal Company $865, UU 



San 7ranci SCO Zoolomcal hardens - lenei^al of Cham 
Link Fence: 



California aire Cloth Corvoration 



$l,lti3.dl 



Jolden late Park - Tea Jcrden Water Supply: 
Associated Sngmeera $l,40u,uu 



Balboa larn, Tazr.tzv.'^ nf ."ursery: 
Martin Fried 



''la, UU 



S, r. Zoo Cafe Storage Jo on: 

Arras Brothers 910. UU 

San Fran ci SCO Zoolo ;i cal ardens - Fennzr - of 
Canel Paddock 

Call "omia Wire Cloth Cor-oorafion 781,59 



McLaren Lodge, Installation of '^oiler 
E. A, Comely, Inc. 



I,-'- :j,^u 



South Park Irrigation System: 
Associated Enaineers 



1,650, OU 



'4 



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Civic Csnter Plasa. The Lion's International's request 

Vlaxa : for permission to erect decorations in Civic Center Plasa during 

its conventionj July 26 to 31j inclusive, woa granted, 

fk^.Park : Golden Qate Fark, The Public Utilities Commission's request 

for permission to construct a convenience station, at its own 

expense, in Golden 7ate ParK, 4'^th Avenue and Lincoln Jay, was 

granted, provided the cost of maintenance and repairs are paid 

by the Public Utilities Conmissi on, 

i-ic Civic Center Plasa , The Yellow Cab Company's request for 

: enter 
plaza : permission to place a telephone on the "^rove Street side of the 

Civic Center plasa, was granted, 

^^ ..ouse roa House Cove , The Deputy City Attorney 's conmuni cation 

advising that the Commission is free to proceed v'ltn the use of 

•^?iat parcel of land in Jas House Cove, formerly used by the 

U, S, Army, u:as presented and the Superintendent i,as instructed 

to start preliminary iDork cmd prepare plans and specifications 

for the beautification of that area, 

ol: H, F, Tool, The American I^ational lied Cross' request for 

permission to conduct "^he annual "Learn to S.im" campaign at 

Fleishhacker Pool, from June 23 to July Z, was iranted, 

s-ft^; Jolder. '"-air Parfc , "^he TWCA's request to use an area in 

Golden :ate Park Sot o picnic and play --.. or its r.embers on 

Monday, June 23, was granted. 

Palace of Pine Arts , l^r, John Delantoni 's proposal to use 
the Palace of "fnc Arts as a sports cen-^er was continued to a 
later meeting, 

Aouatic Park, The Twelfth ::avcl District's request for 
permission to store some Hadar equipment m the Pilot Room in 
Aoua-^ic Park was referred to President Wilson -ith full power 
to act, 

lolden 7ate Park Stadium, The Jon - -anciaco Junior Chamber 
of ComT.erce 's request for permission to hold its en nual model 
plane meet on September 13 and 14, at the -olden --ate Park 



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203 



StadiUMj from 8 a. at. to 5 p»n,, loas granted, 

^,.7,Park (Golden ""rate Park Stadium , The Northern Calx forma 

Amateur Bicycle League of Amertca's application for permission 

to use the bicycle track. Golden late Park Stadium, Sunday, 

July 13, from 11 a.m., to 2 p,m,, uas granted, 

:oluatia Columbia Scuare, The Down Town Association's request for 

Square: 

a hearing to discuss the possibility of using Columbia Square 

for off 'Street parking was granted and set for the meeting of 
June 26, 
Sireei Street Tree Planting , Urs, Christine L', Zirnnerman 

riant' appeared and protested the plant mp of trees on 19th Avenue, 

President Wilson assured )/rs. Zi-mernan that there was nothing 
before the Cor~.isston atthis time and that when the matter 
was before them, her objections would be taken into considera- 
tion, 
. . c -< Jolden ^-at ^ J^arr land . The Jlisicians "nion Local .'o. 6's 

request for pemiss'on to have -^he '^olden 7ate Park "^and 
render concerts m the Jolien -at Parte Sand Concourse on June 
22 and 29, all costs to be paid bu the k'usicians I'nion, uas 
^ranted, subject to ''-he approval of the City Attorney, 

Tht following letters were presented and rf erred to the 
S' '^erintendent: 

From the North Coast Side Fire Protection District, Sharp 
park, requestinn that a fire trail "■ e cut around the property 
bordering Sneath Icne Jioad, because of the jreat fire hasard 
this time of the year. 

From krs. Jack ""asey complaining that the convenience 
8tai:i on m I'issxon Park i^as closed and t oarded-up on I'ay 30, 

From Mr», James j'iron complaining o' rocks under tne 
s^in^e m the children's playground area at Duboce Park, 

Fron the Sunnyside Paren-^-Teacher Association mnuirmg 
if the equipment formerly next to the tennis courts m the 
Junior College r^ow da could be installed m some otr.er area 
close by* 



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J>ow r. J. Treocy odytafng f/iat an eight foot tree will be 
in the middle of the crosaino when the work is completed a*, 
the intersection of Alemany Boulevard and lamsell Street and 
requesting that he be advised in accordance with the Com^iasion'o 
wisheM* 

The following letters were read and ordered filed: 
From ^r. Leroy Vf, Smith requesting that a site be made 
available for target practice for those who cannot afford to 
Join rifle clubs. 

From William K» Qutskow complaining of the dust from the 
cement used m the resurfacing of the Panhandle, from l[asonic 
Avenue to Stanyan Street, 

From the Native Daughters of the 'Golden West advising ttiat 
the iedicatt on of the plaque honoring Ina Coolbritn will be 
held on Sunday^ June 15, at the Ina Joolbrith Park and inviting 
the Comnissi on to be present. 

From the Sixth Army .'leadnuarters thanking tne Comnission 
and staff for use of Ke^ar Stadium for a track meet. 

From the Consulate of Switzerland thanking the Comnission 
for the reply to kis let-^er of April 2b, 

Prom the following yrotestm^ the discontinuance of 
concerts in ''olden Jaf Park: lir, 7eorge C, I'elvin, Ifrs, H, 
Kollmaworth, I'r, Harvey "riswold, and I.'iss Fvelyn Neednam, 
Prom the following requesting tnat f-ne Aquatic Park ^tf 
restored for recreational purposes as a public enterprise 
instead of leasing it to private enterprises: Haigtit Asnbury 
k'erchants and Improvement .4ssociaf;ior», Democratic Women's 
Porum of San Francisco, and J.'ational Council of Catholic Women, 

Damage Claim , The Secretary was authorized to release 
daiTiage claim against Joseph D, Sheedy, in the amount of ■:^55,uu, 
damage to park property, 
on Extension of Ti^e . h'alott and Peterson's request for an 

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additional fourteen calendar days on contract for the appli- 



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cation of a aurfaca course and wearing surface on the tennis 

courts at Mission Park, was granted* 

Delinquent Accounts, On motion duly made and seconded the 

Commission approved the transfer of the following accounts to 

the Bureau of Delinquent Revenue: 

Sierra Sales Service $35, uO 

(}uilo Marchetti lu,uU 



ejection Golden "ate Perk - Drainane Corrections and Installafi 



f L.ds. 



on 



OJLA 



'of Elector Pumps, The Secretary presented the following bids 



for drainage corrections and installation of ejector 
Jo Id en k;.te Park: 



Dumns 



licluire and Hester 



'•>2o, yy4 



Associated Enaineers 



22, 082 



^roioley Conpany 



33, 215 



On motion duly made and seconded, the bids were rejected 
for lack of suffi cient funds, 
A-jard of 7olden 'ot^ Park - Aprlicati on of Smulsified Asphalt Seal 



'itrj,ots: 



■ ozt on 



}Jain Drive , The Secretary presented the following bids 



^or the above work, 



Morgan Construction Company 

Chas, I. L^arney 

7ay Improvement Company 



QUSS 

u26 



U3 



On the recommendation -'' +he 3urserintendent and on motion 
duly "iade, and seconded, -^/le followinri resolution was adopted: 

.i2S0lVTI01! NO, 1443 



iMSi 



be 



RSSOL'.'ED unani-iously bv the Park JommiFSion that a contract 
awarded 



to Morgan Construction Company, Pleasanton, Cell, 



for the application of emulsified as-^nalt seal coat on the 
Lam Irive, :olien ^atc Park, am the Secretary be and he is 
herebu authorised to execute ■'-he .'^ame in the name of the Park 



:^'ommission and that payment therefor i 



■.he amount of :^2,'d6l,25 



be paid from Appropriation 612, 215, ul (Mtce, '■ "Repair - 



Sidewalks and .loads^ 



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Wellnxta & DeNarde 



Anton e Petersen '• Sons 



kwari of Fleishhacker Plavfifjd. Altf^rat^ ons and Jidd ^txons to 

Contract: ' ~- 

Res, Ho, ijoJhers — House. The Secretary presented the folloivinq bids for 

1446ji 

alterations to Mothers' House at Fleishhacker Playfield: 

Wm» Mcintosh & Sons $?,14y (a J $7,547 

(b) 7^377 

(c) 7 J 777 

7,547 (a) 7,y5y 
(bj 7,66y 
(c) d,u7y 

7,773 (a) 8,0i^5 

(b) 7,\i73 

(c) 8,2^5 

C, L, Wold Constr, Company 9,777 (a) lu,277 

(b) lU,lYY 

(c) 10,6uU 

On the recomnendation o*" the Superintendent and on motion 
duly made, and seconded, the following resolution was adopted: 

RESCLUTICIJ no, 1446 

RSSOLVSr unanimously by the Park Comnission that a contract 
be awarded to WH, McIA'TOSH ^ SONS, 74u-36th Avenue, San 
Francisco, for the above loork of alterations and additions to 
tne I'others' .'louse, Fleishhacker Flayfi eld, and the Secretary 
be and he is hereby authorised to execute tne sum,e in the 
name of the Park Commission and that payment taerefor m the 
amount of J7,777 (Alternate (cj be paid from Appropriation 
612-213'(.>1 - Mice, Repair - Buildings - Jeneral Division. 



Fleishhacker Swirmin- Foolt lieplaceme nt of Two Incn y/ater 
Pipe . The Secretary presented the followiny bids for zne 
above work: 



Associated Engineers 



i'c -uir<? 



:i ester 



Crowley Company 



Unit 1 - SSoyS 
2 - 2063 

1 - 51 ry 

2 - 464ti 

1 - 6uuu 

2 - 53u5 






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On the recommendation of the Superintendent and on motion 
duly -nade, and seconded, the followmn resolution was adopted: 
0, F.L'JOLcTlC:,' ::0. 1-^47 

RESOLVED unanimously by the ParK Commission that a con- 



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tract be awarded to Asaociated Engineers, 55u Seventh Street 
San yranciacoj for ttie replacement of a two inch water pipe, 
fleishhacker Svyirnnmg Pool, and the Secretary be and he is 
hereby authorised to execute the sane m the nane of the Park 
Conmission and that payment therefor m the cr.ount of .^5,^?5, 
be paid from Appropriation 612-2141)4 (Maintenance and Repair - 
Structures - Recreational Division), 



Ret, 1:0, 

144€ 



Jolden Jate Park, Pdntino of I'errv-lo-Round, The 
Secretary presented the folloiomg bids for the painting of the 
merry-go-round m Golden Jate ParK: 

J* Wm» Sorenson $2,2du 

Martin :>i ed 3,491 

On the recommenlatton of the Superintendent and on notion 
duly r.cde, and s econded, the follovjini resolution ivas adopted: 

.lESOLUTlCK i:C, 144d 
RESOLVED unanimously by ike Park Oonmission ttiav a 
contract be auarded to J. 11', SOIiEKSON, 484 Hamilton Street, 
San Prancisco, for the painting of tne merry-go-round m 
C-olden Gate Park, and the Secretary be and he is t ercby 
authorised to execute the same m the name of tne Pnrk Commis- 
sion and that payment therefor m the amount of ;2,2d0, be 
paid from Appropriation ol2-214-03 (Mtce, lepair - Structures- 

P.ecreational Division), 



Tccht Yacht Harbor Mooring Licenses , Cn notion duly made, 

Korton 

seconded and unanimously passed, the follominn applications 

for mooring licenses. Yacht -'arbor, uere approved: 

NAl'E CF .U PLICAirT 

Edu), Lowe 

:'ick 3ofilos 

John Pugn 

Michael DeLange 



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215 




Meander 


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AC r path OS 


202 




Buccaroo 


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uarbor: 

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r. J". 3eck 

Frank B, Dunwell 



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Hes,Mo, 

1439: 



On motion duly made, seconded and unanimously vassedj 
•the Commission adopted the following resolutions: 

HESOLUTICN NO. 143^ 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Corr.nission that for the 
best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department the 
Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the following 
payments: 



RALPH rURRAY 

Sand Concerts - 7olden -ate park - 2£ay 1947 






PA CI 






$1, 58u. UU 



Pari of rental for unacquired portions of 
Yacht Harbor property per ajreer.ent 
authorised by Jes»:,'o, 56a, being reirtburse- 
ment for ltf46-47 taxes Period July 1, lJ-45 
to June 30, 1947 

COJZECTOR OF IHT^^NAL =i^.Y::!:UE 569, 46 

Tax on Aimssions - Uay 1947 

Children's (.uarters eA.dti 

Fleishhacker Play field 162, C'd 

Fleishhacker Batnhouse 321,95 

T, C, BIHKLEY DBA ASSOCIATED :: ;r:Tr.?5 4, 8ii3. UV 

Fourth progressive payment - Water Supply 
Connection at Jolde'n 7ate Park Sewags 
Treatment Plant. 

ASSOCIATED EH7IKEEP.S S, ul4, 70 

Ninth progressive payment - Tnatallati on 
of an Irrigation System - Unit ,Vo. I 
7olden late ParK 

ASSOCIATED EJ-'JU'EERS 

Final Payment - Installation of an Im-ation 
System at John I'.cLaren Memorial Rhododendron 
Dell, Golden 7ate Park 

HARRY A, THOISST.F. JR, 
First payment - Preparing Plans and Specifi- 
cations in connection -tih alterations to the 
Mother's House, H.F. Playfield - Plans and 
Specifications presented, 

A. ..'El'PlEY ^' ^'''^ • ^^ 

First Fa-jment - preparation of Plans S: 
Specifications and Supervision of construction 
of the llurphy Windmill .eservoir - Plans and 
Specs, Presented, 



746, 20 



562, 5u 




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Hes.Ifo, A, A^^^Frv. ^ „ $1,256. 2i> 

J439; First Payment - Engineering Services 

■"^ m connection with the installation of 

the new irrigation svsten - Mission Paris 

Plana and Specs, presented 

J. y. BREi': COliPANY ftf2, 80 

Final Payment - Street Tree Planting on 
Lombard Street from Van Ness Avenue to 
Richardson Ave,, on Market Street from 
Valencia Street to Oastro Street, and on 
Van Ness Avenue from Broadway to Aquatic 
Park Pier 

WILLIAM HART IK '■ SON 2, 222, 00 

Constructing Loam Storage Shed in 
Golden Jate Park 



P.es.Ko, 
144Q : 



RESOLUTION NO, 1440 
RESOLVED unanimously by the ParK (Commission that for the 
best interest and proper conduct of the Pari: Department the 
Controller be and is herebj requested to approve the follow^ 
mg AUOTlEirrS and TRANSFERS: 

ALLO^:.^^.X^ 



AcproT'riation 

612~lil3-'01 Maintenance and Repair - Buildings 
General Division 

(McLaren Lodge Heating Sys, 1332, 20 ) 
(Mother House Alterations ?7??.oo) 

612-214-01 Maintenance and Repair - Structures 
Jeneral Division 
(South Park Irrigation System) 

612^215-01 Maint* f- Repair - Sidewalks & Roads 
h J, Park }:ain Drive 

612-213-U2 Maint, '■ Repair - "buildings 
Zoo Division 

612-214-02 Maint, d Repair - Structures 
Zoo Di vision 
(Chain Link ^encinn - Zoo) 

612,211-03 mint, o: Repair Extensions 
Commissary Division 

(Tea Jarden Water Supply Line 14o0) 
(S,F,Zoo Cafe Storage Room ulu) 

612-214-U3 Uamt. S- Repair - Structures 
Coir^m ssary Division 
(painting Merrv-no-round ^,7, park) 

612-214-04 Mamt, Repair - Structures 
Recreational Division 
(H, F, Fool - Replacement Two Incn 
Water Line) 



^9,luy,20 



1,650, uO 

2,^81,25 
440, OU 

Ij 183, dl 

2,310. 00 



2, 2du, UO 



5, 975, UO 



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110 



Hes.ifo, Appropriation 

1440 

^ontd* 612'500''?5 Balboa Fork Nursery - Pointing 



312,500.74 S. F, Zoo airaffa cf Caviel Paddocka 
Fencing and Walks 

612*600,04 Yacht Harbor Land 

712'-i3UO-'01 Fixed Charges 

General Divisi on 



i ?ie, uo 

761, 5i^ 

2, 225, 5G 
4 J Y4y, uo 



Fron 



TRANSFERS 
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612^214^02 

Maintenance i' Repair - 
Structures - Zoo 



612-213-ua 
Maintenance & Repair 
Buildings > Zoo 



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RESCLVTION UO. 1441 
RSS017SD unanimously by the Park Comj^ission that for the 
best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department the 
Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the following 



Work Ordsrs: 

W,C,}Io, DSPARTJJMI 



DESCRIPTION 



AMOUNT 



2^6 Dept,of Public Works UiscAspnalt surfacing $ Suo.uu 
(Bureau-Street Repair) as required 7, J, Park f- 

Small Parks 6 Squares 
July, Aug, Sept, ly4r 



2y'r Purchasing Dept, 

(Reproduction Bureau) 



2^8 S, 7, 7,'ater Dept, 



2yy Purcr,asiT\7 Dpi, 
(Shop No, 1) 



300 Purchaamn Dr-nt, 
(Shop :'o, 1) 



Blueprinting J Photostat 
services etc, 
July fAxi-], y Sept, 1^4? 
rcneral Division 

L'isc, services July, Aug, 
Sept, ly4?, '?en '1 Di vn, 

Uisc, Jervices, black- 
smithing, automotive 
repairs, etc, for 
July, Aug, Se-^t. 1^47 
rcneral Division 



Blacksmithmg services 
autono-tive repairs, etc, 
July, Aug,, Sept, iy47 
Jommissary Division 



75, uxj 



75,00 
3,675,00 



500, OO 



301 Purchaser of S'^pplies Stavionery and Office 

(Central .ia'rehouse) Supplies -July, Aug, Sept, 

392 Dent, of Public 7or>a ISisc, services, repairs 
(Public Duildmgs) to equipment etc, for 

July, Aug, Sept, 1^47 
Jeneral Division 



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Employees' Retire" 
nent Syeien 



304 



S,F.City and County 
Employees ' Retire- 
ment System. 



DESCIIP7I0N 

S,y» Hospital Charges and 
Prorata of Compensation 
Coverage Administrative 
Costs m excess of Budget 
Appropriation for s%x 
nontns ending i>ecember 31, 
1^4? 

Compensation Disability 
Benefits and Medical 
Charges other than for 
3, F, Hospital for six 
months period ending 
December 'dl, l'4r 



AMQMI 

.$1, 5U0, 00 



4f uuo, oO 



Res, Ho, 
1442: 



RESOLUTION NO, 144ii 
RSS0L7I:D unanimously by the ParK Cor-ission that for the 
best interest and proper conduct of the Parle Department the 
Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the following 
Orders for Service or t/orK: 



0}W^:r roR 

SERVICE OR 



ve::dor 



45 E, A, Jornely, Inc, 



Installation of a new 
boiler m the L'cLaren 
Lodge, ?. },ParK 



46 Associated Engineers Installation of cr. 

Irrijaiion System at 



4? Colan Heating Co, 



48 



Calif, Wire Cloth 
Corp, 



South ParK 

Installation of a heat- 
ing system m the 
Director's ^.esidence at 
zhe Zoological Jardens 

P.enewal of Cham Link 
fencing at the San 
Ifrancisco Zoological 
Jardens 



AUCVl'T 
$ 1,332,^0 

1,650, uu 

tiOS, OO 



4y 



Associated Engineers Installation of a 

Water Supr^ly Line ^o tne 
Oriental Tea 7arden m 
Golden kite PcrK 



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51 



52 



Arras Brothers 

iflartin Fried 

Calif, Wire Cloth 
Corp, 



Storaic Room at tne 

S. '.1.0 01, 'ardens Cafe 

Painting at Balboa Park 
Nursery, S, F, 

Fencmj o. the Camel 
paldock in the ^. ...'o2. 
!}arden3 



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71b, 00 
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RESCLVTION i:C, 1443 
RESOLVED unanimously by tne Perk Comnxaaion that for tne 
best interest and proper conducf of the Park Department the 
Controller be and \a hereby requested to approve tne purchase 

0/ 

One Stamlesa Steel Six Panel 

Steam Table Complete $3UU,U0 

from the surplus m Appropriation 612^400^03 (Equipment - 
Commtaaary Division), 



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RESCLITIQ" ':C, 144^ 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Tv-rk CoriKicsion that fir the 
best interest and prcner conduct of the Park Departnent the 
Controller be and iv hereby requested to hold nv,r for t,se m 
ine -ext fiscal year ' — ^e -rnose for y.voh tne fundi v^ere 
T.ade available tne uienju-.bered balance m the following 
aT>Dropriations: 

Jlr-rr'^pr tail on : 

612.500.20 RenabiUtaUon ^f lonver^^enoe Stations Lo,52y.vu 



612.500,32 neisnnacner Playf^eld - }:iT,iatnre 

Railuay - ..e-air Xrad -■' c— c 



612,500.53 Rehabilitation - ;.c.„'-;. i 
Fleishhacksr lool 



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612,500.58 a,J,Park Arguello Jjlvi, En^rz-.ce Ji-zirs 

612.5ou.5^ ..r.Fark J:nservatory - P-^inUng 

612,500.60 Children's Kucrtcre A-r'.iiheatre 

612.500.62 Water Suppli .rrt ati^n Jaten 

612.500.63 Enjineerinc Architectural Services 

612.500.64 I'am Yard Lrprovetenta 

612.500.65 Lame Chin-an^ee :'ou3e - S. .'. -^oo 

J -^ f^?/* '^nurse - Jn$tallatlon of 

612.500.66 Harding Jolf ^ourse 

Pumping Plant 

612.500.6? Baseball Backstops - ^. .Pork Recreation, 
yield 



612, 500, 6u A 



-^-nt. '^■f-a'^-xr - .T-.'.-. in- 'rack etc. 



2,364,61 

830. Jl 
3,170.47 
5. 000. 00 
3,056.00 

12,':24, -'0 

i 

1,025. 00 I 

i 

1, 750. 'JU 
jzll.UO 

14,444.00 I 

600,00 
603. OO 




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— 612.500.73 G. 7. Park - Dravnage CorrecUons #ii,i04.c;5 

612.500.74 a.G.Park Conaervatory - Two Greenhouses 7,500,00 

612.500.76 Painttng Uurphy Wind mil 

812.500.77 Small Parka and Squares 
612.500.76 Fleishkacker Play field 

612.500.79 S. r. Zoological Gardens 

612.500.80 Children's Quarters - Sharon Bldg. 



1,5U0,U0 
25 f 032, ul 
20 J 6 81.00 
10jiJ76.41 

4,468, uO 



612.500.81 Convenience Station & Boathouse - 
Stow Lake 

612.500.83 Model Yacht Clubhouse - Heating System 

612.500.84 "Big Rec" Seating Pacilitiea 
612,500.86 Conservatory Heating Unit 
612.500.8? J, J, park Paddock Fencing 

612, 500. 8y Coit Touer liehabilitation - :ioof Repairs 



la,2lS,uO 
814,12 

2'dj IdS. uo 

4 J 5U0, 00 

483, 30 

564, 00 



612,500,90 .Replace £l:ctric .7zble - Fleishkackcr Pool 61uo.u0 



612.500.91 Yacht Ilcrbor 

612.500.92 Lincoln Park Irrigation System 
612,500.^6 "QJOA" Rehabilitation 

612. 5 JO. 9y Sutro Heights 

312,500.74 3.F, Z^o lira/^'fe -' Camel Paddocks 
Fencing' and Walks 

612,600.01 Fleishhacker Play field Land 

612.600.03 JiicLaren Park Land 
612,900.07 Tree Planting 

612,21'c,ol Itce, Repair - Sldgs. Jen'l. Divn. 

612, 214.01 L'tce. ''■ Repair - Structures - General 
Divi sion 

612, 215.01 l'tce. Repair - Side'ujalks c- Roads 
General Division 

612^214*03 Iftce. ^ iepair - Structures - 
Connisaaru Division 

612.213.04 Utce. ie-air - B'^ildmgs 
Recreation Division 

612, 214,04 Ittce, Repair - Structures 
Recreation Division 



18,^65, y2 

30, 550, 00 

12, 25u, 00 

2,520, uo 

2, 893, 41 

4,704.55 

19,993.64 

16, 762. 00 

3d,346,i3u 

22, 700, 00 

6,485.73 

3,6:i3.0o 
10,430.00 

8,015.43 



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RESOLUTTOK JW. 144y 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission, the Secretary 
be and is hereby authorised to enter into anagreement, exeouU 
and perform whatever acts may be necessary to give effect to 
this agreement for and on behalf of the Park Commission with 
Ralph Murray for services as director of t he Jolden 7ate Park 
Band, Said agreement to be revocable by the Park Commission 
on fifteen days notice and becomes effective as of July 1, 
1947, 

Concerts shall be rendered by tne Golden -^ate Park Band 
for forty-two Sundays and on the following holidaysr Hay 30, 
July 4, I/ibor Day and September y, if and when funds are 
available, during the fiscal year 1947-48^ 

A maximum of forty men, thirteen of which shall ^e first 
instrument players and a riinimum of twenty-eiiht men, thirteen 
of which shall be first instrument players, shall constitute 
the Qolden Jate ParK Band, In addition thereto, three program 
boys will distribute prograns at all concerts as herein 
provided. 

The actual number of musicians shall be left to the 
discretion of said Ralph I'urray, providing the number employed 
ts within the above stated maximum and minimum. 

The aPiount to be paid for each concert shall be deter- 
mined by the number of musicians employed by said Ralph Murray, 
at the following rates of payt 

1 Director 
la First Instrument players 
Other musi cians 
3 Program boys 

However, the amount shall not exceed *477,4u for any one 
concert, out of which said -ialph JJUrray agrees to pay all 
Musicians and program boys. Said Ralph L'urray to recetve the 
sum of )60,4v for each concert which m.ay be scneduled but 
cancelled on account of the inclemency of tne weather. 



$60,40 
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]AAQ 

nonjid, tn the amoun-t of $20,uou, 

Hteting There being no further bvaineaa to come before the 

idiournsd : 

"^ Conniaaionj the meeting adjourned at 7:45 p. », 



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June DO, 1V4y 




A special meeting of the Park Connisai 



WiLaren Lol 



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olden 'ate Park. S* 



J San :■ ranci SCO, 



on woa neld at 
>iiaj/, June 



10, 194?. 4:00 



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nssionera were preaenti 



JL'r, Lloyi i". h'ilson, / 

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On motion duly made and seconded, the folio 



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resoluti ons uere adonted: 

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SOI-VET) unam^.oJ:slv 'yy the Fnrk Jonmsa 



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the beat mt^rsai and r^rori^r c 



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he Parr ^s^artitent, 



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ay or be and ia hereby r»cueatr 



lau- an 



ordinance prepared anDronria-^T 



'JUU .>o- the Accrued 



y.evenuea of the Park Department to the credit of fne following 
appropriati ona : 



''-iOi San yrincisco ^oolojical ardens - 



jonceaaion Jenfer 



612^600-102 

to Drovi ie .-/ 



'aci 



(arror - 



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00, vuu 

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*unda required: 



(a) To construct an urgently needed foci concession center 
for the 3an "ran-f-co Zoolo :ical ^rardena G j,OUV 

(b) For the IJaater Plan of yacht ..arbor -kich is 
neceaaary and muat be prepared before any 

adii tioncl noorinj can 'e -ade ^imila^lT ^o ^ ,yy 

the rublic, ' 



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:SSOLVSD unani~o:isliJ by :'he lark Jc'^.-.i ssion that for 
the beat int'Treat and riroper conduct o. ' * Park J :-^artrnent, 
his '.onor the I'ayor be and is hereby re'^ueste I to have an 
ordinance -prepared ap^r-^nriatm: .^f!5,U(fu from '-■he Accrued 
.'isvenuea of tne park DsDart-ient to the credit of the foUouj- 
I'' - rroryriat ton: 



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612^500-103 SUTRO PARK $65,UUU,UU 

io provide tne funds required for a survey, tne preparation 
$f plana and specifications for the development of Sutro Park, 
and the development of as micti of the Park as funds v)i 11 
alloiDm 



Meeting 

Ad'durnei: 



There .'^in- no further business to come before tne 



Cor.mssiotj "— meeting adiourned at 5:15 p,m. 



erald i' , I inarea 
Secretary 




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San francisco, California 
June 26, I'M? 




A regular meeting of tne ParK Commission was held at 



McLaren Lod^e, Golden late Park, San Francisco, ' 
June 26, 1-4?, 4: )0 p,m. 

The followmn Commissioners i^ere present, 



■'^uradaj/j 



Ur. Lloyd L\ 
A'r. Ho ward J. 
Ifr, Dan u, Lond 



'.son, President 
^inn, Jommi SSI oner 
on, Connissioner 



kr* Byron -', L'obbs, Comnisaioner 



ip:roved i 



The minutes of the meeting of June 12, 194?, were 



approved and adopted, 



lolunbia 



Columbia Scnare, Judge Sylvester J, I'cAtee, Attorney 
for the Down ?own Associatt on, appeared and requested that ■*:he 



Columbia Square be made temporarily available for off-street 
automobile park inn » The request was denied. 



h 7. Park 



rclden rate Park Stadium. 



Jeo, 



Davis, renresentma 



he San 'Van Cisco Polo and laci- 'lub, appeared ani requested 



permission to hold a polo ja^.e in 'he -olden -q+i? Park Stadium 
on Julii 4. and to charge admission to -^he nolo matches to be 



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ermission was 



•ranted a- 



sutmit a schedule of future la-nes 



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.ne Art, 



£a 



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^o^ose 



: ne 



.rie iinicsion, 



hn Delan^oni 's r^ronosal to 



.ease the Palace o. 



e Arts for a srorts c 



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Judae S'.lvestsr 



I'cAtee, Attorney for 'iff Down Town 



AssociJ.-ion, ar^peared and requested that the Commission con- 
sidrfr the possibility of holdinj an annual flower snow m the 



Palace o 



.rts and that a budiet be prepared setting 



'ort.l the cost of rehai^ilitating the buildmj and tne maint- 



enance and operation 



thereof, so that ^ne same could be aub- 



ei to -the State y inane 



e Director for his c onsideration. 



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but that ifiey had been deleted from tne 1947-43 budget, tnere- 
fore, the Comnxasion could not operate or maintain the Acuatic 
Park and that the Oommi33ion welcomed tne suggestions of tne 
committee and would arrange for a neetmn m the near future, 
'^ower Ontical OomT>anv . The Tower Optical Company '9 
Convanji t request for permission to install four ad-Jitional binocular 

viewing machines at Yacht Harbor and two at Lands End, under 
the same terms and conditions now existing under the present 
agreement, was granted. 

Aquatic Parte , A'r, I'ario Peviaccua's pro'^osal to lease 
a parcel of property on -^.he southeast side of the South End 
Club at the foot of Hyde Street, next to -^he Jolden Tate Ferry 
slip, to construct a boat building shop and marine ways, was 
put over until a later meeting, 
},},Park t Jolden -ate FarK . The Standard Schnauser Club 's request 

for permission to hold a boys' ani ffirls' pet show on Sunday, 
September 21, ln47, at the ^-clden 'a-^f Park Studi^m or .er.ar 
Stadium, -;a» denied* 

Cruiser C,S,S,San Fmnci 5C0 , A'fssrs. Stansky and 
y.crj rerireserdin-> the Adniral Cartel J, Ccllaghan Post 
92, A^^.erican ^s :xon, appear-! stated that they nai 

-ions to tne ."a; o-, -n' siri of Sur>erv%sors 
\ ^ -ifsxon rrruesti". r/iat action .. s --vinneld m 
• -, . „ . -^ , ^ ,. ^ - '> f. ■ - , • , ^ n " ■ •' "-j.i ser San 

.•r.:,,.:co. President Wtlson staf- ' property had 

never been lender the Conmssion'^ jizrts-ii cU ^-^ -r^ -^at there- 
^^j,^ s*;tfrf was nothing the Comjnission could do m ^te natter, 
Harirni Park, The -Tn' Park ^olf Club's reo-est 
.or Btartini ti~es for fcrsomes, Su . a , ■ ■' ■, for a team 
MMtch between Ltn-oln Park and Sharp TorK las Im icd, 
. aolien Jate ParK, The Public ^tilx^ies Comnission's 

re -vest f^r permission to utilise a vlot of -ounl m -Hen 
yark ^or a turn-around loop at Tenth Avenue an' I'-o,* 



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father 

iicKinnon 

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Street, and construction of a waiting station, was yut over 
until fl later neeting. 

Father Icuinr.on Statue, The United Spanisn Jar 
Veterans request that certain busfies and snrubs he cleared 
away from the statue of Father L'cl'innon in ^olien Jate Parkj 
was referred to the Superintendent, I'r, John 0, IlcCann was 
advised tnat tne Oorr.nission uouli visit the site with fne 
Superintendent at an early date, 

jy.-irn Park , :. r, p^-'e 'iosatfo'c -rorosal +o lease five 
acres ?/ citi property m Sharp Park to ba used for growing 
flowers J uas denied, 

A^'i^' i c ^^ark , h'ealy Ftbbiits Jonstruction Company 's 



co-.-.'incG ^'■T on_, advismj the- 



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Lagoon, m :.: 
therefore fiay should 

in brir ■ ' I - : _ 

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had been prevent td by tne 

Pzrk 

f inat 
•^ ? expense involved 
ew in-^o .'. ' I - .T"". .jaa 



".c co'^.'' rzct 



lent for re^^ort. 



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HcLarcn Far': . .' ':o^.-.e- ■ '- . • -r 

of r^'j-erties, tne Jon-zission approved the ao-.- : ;?■ •/ Lot 

lock JloC from. :ia T, Burke et uz m kcl/xren 
Pzrk, xn eTcra^.-je for Lots ^^ ar.i -c ,n Block €16^, 



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use of Kesar Stadxun during the 1'j47 football 



eason, 



}as House 



gas lio^tse Oovs, Dr. Berv.ard Cody and Ernest 7erA. 



:ovi 



representing tne j-'arina Civic Ir<.prove^.ent A 



S50C lati on. avDeared 



and stated tnat tre^r vrganL-^cti on was opposed to the con- 
tinuance of tne fiahtnj and boating concession noio operated 



by rr, '.'arold Peterson at Jas 



:ouae Love, Marina Park, 



Mr, .ialph Isaacs^ representing certain property ovners 



in the L'arina District, apu eared 



and presented signed 



petitions requesting the Conjiission to deny any end all 



applications to operate any and all tyz^es 



conm.ercial 



actl vitiea m c; 



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roperty adjacent thereto, 



The follo-^nj letters jere read and ordered filed: 



"ron the following opposrn ■ any connsrcial act 



ivi ties 



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ras House Cove or uiatnitv 



^. r. Am J-idalf Dr, a. ... 
;.'r. I', Hi chard Obits^ Jr, 
F. Feeneg 



arbick. L'. 



ana ..rs. 



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Fron the Yello- 



Cao CoTipany than/cin^ 



■ he Comjr.ission 



for permssion to install a telephone at thefroue i>treet cide 



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r plaz-c ^or the display o. 



planes -.'L;^^^'; S.'aval 



Rerierve VeefCi 



"rem the Physical Dlredor^ 



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■ran-iar Schools, 



than kino the Conr.i,: 



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*tadium for the 14th Annual Field Da- of the CatholkC .'rcnr.ar 



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iaards of Oo\% lowtr^ Altsraiions to. The Secretary r^reaented 

the following bids for tne above work: 









Adam Arraa and Son 

Central California Constr, 
Company 



(a) ,)3,6ub (b) j3,?oa 



3, 724. uu 
3, 990. -'O 
4, 065, UU 
4, 080. 00 
4,294. UU 



4,17'd 
4,24:3 
4,24U 
4,5:^1 



Wh, Horstmeyer Company 

Ar.tone Petersen Sons 

Clyde Construction Cor.van 

Bert Construction Company 

On tne reconrtendaii on of tn,e Superintendent and on 
motion duly -riade, seconded and unanimously passed, the follow^ 
ing resolution was adoptedf 

.iesol: '" ^cn ::c. 145? 

RESCUED umdHi'nrtusly by the Fark Connission that a 
contract be awardei to ADAM AJUAS AI.'D SOU, covering alterations 
to Coit Touer, San Frrncisco, and the Secretary be and he 
IS hereb: authorised to execute the sarie »n the ".ane of the 
Park Com'^ission and tnat pa\nent therefor iv. the amount of 
■' J ""'"^ (b) ^* paid from Ar- ^ — 'lation fj "-••■• ---r;.; (.rtce. 
Repair - Bui limjs - .iecreational 



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'^olHer. :.ii: I'avK :'u3\u J ncouras - Ir.ctallation of 
Draina':e S^tstsm , On ~ne above jork, tne Secretary -ress'ited 
the follounn -• biisi 

G-eorge Paulsen $7,'r.'b,u0 

r r ■; Inrrovenent Co, -,3y7,5v 
Wallgrsr., Artnur e,y2y,uu 

Or. ■'■'•.e rsconr.endation of the J -^rvtendent and on 
motion duly nade, seconded and unanimousl:; passed, -- folloW' 
ing resolution ■'>as adopted: 

:i::soLi :•:::: "". i-'^e 

r.ESCir^D ur.animousJ- ■ 'he Perk 'J^- irr^m-^ ^ nat a 
contract be awarded to -EOJ'S :aVLSZ::, cover - - mstalla- 

tion of o drainage srstem, J-ol\.en ;g ■ f jutk :.'usic •- :. course. 



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,j,jro. San yrancisco, and the Secretary be and he is hereby author- 

1456 

ixed to execute the same m the name of the Park Comnission 



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and that vayment therefor m tne amount of Seven thousand 
seven hundred and seventy five (i?,??5.'J0) dollars be paid 
from Appropriation 612-214-01 (istce, •" Repair - Structures - 
General Division)* 



^, S", Zoo FaddocK Tencino , The Secr-:'tary presented 
the follovjinj bids on the above morki 

Anchor Post Products Inc, $2,44d,0d 

The Galiforr.ia lire Cloth Corp» 2,749. 3d 
On the recornnenZation of the Superintenient and on 
notion duly made, seconded and iLnani'nously passed, the follow- 
ing resolution loas adopted: 

P.ESCLUTIOI! I C, 145v 
HESOIjVET) unanmously by the Park ComMSSion that a 
contract be awarded to Ar.chor Post products Tnc, , covering 
the mstallcfion of the Paddock rencinn at the San Pranctsco 
Zoological l-ardens, and the Secretary be and he is hereby 
authorised to execute tne sane in the name o,^ the Park 

:ar.' isaicn and that pavr.cr.t therefor m the amount of Two 
thousand, four hundred and , or-'y three dollars and eight 
cents ('$2,443, 00 J be vaid from Appropriation 612-214-Ul 
(I'tce. t ^,epair - Str; ciures - General Division), 



m 3 si on Park, Installation of Irriiation Systev,, The 



Secretary presented the followir 
Associated Engineers 



I Is for i-he above workt 
A- ;14,150 
B- 1C,568 
(7- ly,193 
2- 24, e63 
E- ^-^,-13 
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notton duly madef seconded and ananinously paaaed, the follow- 
xng reaolution was adopted: 

RESOLUTION ^10. 146u 
RESOLVED unanimously by tne Park Commission that a 
coniract be awarded to Associated Engineers, covering tne 
installation of an irrigation system, m Mission Farkj San 
FranctscOf and the Secr^ttary be and he is hereb-! aut. orised 
to exec-:ite the same m the name of the Park Comnission and 
that payment therefor in the amount of nineteen thousand^ 
one hundred end nmety-tnree (^li^jlQii) (c) be paid from 
Avvropriation 61ii-5uu-?7 (Small Parks and Squares). 



Dolores Blvd, , installation of Imnatior. Sustem m 
Center cjtrips. The Secretary presented the following bids for 
the above uorkt 

3-eorge Paulsen $5,5Si>,uV 

Associated Erjineers 13,^5u,vv 

On tne recommendation of the Superinten-ient and on 
motion dulu nad e, seconded and unanimously ^asse', -".he folj.ow~ 
mj resolution loas adopted: 

RESOllTIOfr KC. 1461 
1E2CLV5D unaninously by -^he Park Comr-ission that a 
contract be awarde . :^ :eorge Paulsen covert-- ' "? mr'.tallc^ion 
of irrigation system zn center strips of Dolores roulevard, 
San rzncisco, and the Secr-^^ rj he cn^ he is erel ho-me^ 

to execute the sane m ^e narr'e of -he Park Commission and 
that r^aynent therefor m tne cmoun^ of rive ihousanl We 
hundred and ticentyfive (■5,525) dollars be -ni<^ from 
Appropriation 612-214-01 - .Maintenance and Repair- Structures - 
leneral Division, 



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guntinQton ParkM Addition to Oonuenicnce Staiion, The 



^^■^^^^^^"^"^Secretary presented the following bids for the above worlcg 



1462: 



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2,625 
4,4uu 
4, 657 



Wm, Hartm i Sons 

Far West Conatructton Co, 

Antone Petersen Sons 

Henry Arian Construction 

Bert Construction Company 
On ine recop.r^en^r.-^xon of the Superintendent and on 
motion duly nade, seconded and unanimously passed, the follow^ 
ing resolution was adopted: 

.iESCLlTSCK .VO. 1462 
RESOLVED unanimouslv by the Park Comnission that a 
contract beaocrded to William Vartm Sons, cousrmi tne 
addition to the convenience ftaiion at ^untmiton Park, San 
Prancisco, and the Secretary be and tie is hereby authorised 
to execute the sane m the name o/ the Perk Conrission and 
that pa----' ^'^-rr^'or in ^h- moun' of ?jo ^nousani two hundred 
and seventy^seven i)2,27'^) dollars be paid from A-rro:>riation 
'^12^'^0u~'"~ (Sr.all Parks and Scuares), 



Alamo Jc-:rire . ::c'ia!.i lite i on o. 



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s for "^he above Viork: 



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',7m» J'c- ' - - " 

.jT^ 7-^^riructic^. '-■r-cny 

Anto-ie Tetersen Son 

On ihe rf^coir.nen lation ' "he Supen- 
notion duly made, sec^ndec ^- ^»^i' 

mi resolution r-as ainvtedt 

HES02.VSD unanimously i^y the Park ^onnssion that a 
contract be awarded to 'Jill^am 
rehabilitation of convenience ntaUon at Al^no . 

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'^etJ9. io execute tne same m tne name of the ParK Comnission and 

1463 

2^, that payment therefor in the amount of Two thousand nine 

hundred and mnety^nme ($2,9yy) dollars be paid from. 

Appropriation 6l2-5UU~2u (Rehabilitation of Convenience Stat^ 

ions). 



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Jolden ^-ate Park Conserva'-orv - Jlasim and Painting , 
The Secretary r^resented the folloismg bids for the above work: 
J, Wk, 2orensen 42Ug5if5 

I'arttn rried 22,y2ii 

J, v. 'ohrj Inc. 30,500 

On the reconmendation of the Superintendent and on 
mo!-ion 'i'j.ly nade, seconded and unanimously passelj 'he folloW'- 
in"- resolution loas adopted: 

BSb:!. 77:r ::. 1464 

R'ZSOLTSD unanimously by the Park Jonitssion that a 
contraei be awarded to J, WU^ SO^^'SE^, covering the ^lasmg 
and painting of tM 5oiien :<ite Park Conservator- , J.n 
Prancisco, and the Secrefary be ::n- he is hereby authorised 

■ aymer, rrefor m the anount of 7 j^enty thousand five 

' ■ • - • - ■ ■ — ' ' - 'i ve ( i^-'t^ifd) ao liars be -;:' '"rom 
A - .3t%9n --.-:- i tenance •• i 

ision). 



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Install :ti on of Ghatr 

Gyclsne ."'■ ^<? 



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Yactit Harbor ifoortna Licenses, On motion duly made 
and seconded^ the Commssion approved the follovnnn appli- 
cations for Yacht Harbor k'oormg Licenses : 



IIAIE OF AFFIICAJ.'T 
Dr. Harry U, Elder 
Eiuard :Hstow 
Siward L, Heuck 
Christopher L'» Jenks 
Arthur 7erner Jr, , 



B2P.TH NO, 
20d 
141 

Temp, 

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i:aii: of boat 

Eldora 

Puffin 

Uiss Pee Cee 

MyoKie 

ifarajo 



^.tsoluiioKs: On motion duly made and s econdei, the following 

resolutions -ere adopted: 
-:ei.Ko. RSSCLUTZCr TJ. 1452 

^"^^^ Ai^uC^VZ'J Inani \oiisly by the Park Con-^ission thzt for 

the best mt^reat and proper conduct of the ParK D'?'>arty^.ent 

-■■? "^ —roller be ar.j. is hereby requested te avproue '^e 

following payments: 

FAY ll>.r.i07Ej'El!7 X UPAffT j - ■ • • 

First Fa^-.e^-t - ienab, of pcnha^.dle Drivevay 



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- rand Concerts i . . ,par^ 



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wjL^i: rA:^;^ ba.'j. r..ci ..:.^- 

JC/U: .-ie-.tal for unaccuir^i -ortio-a \ 
Tleishh^cksr Plfd, for period Jar, ^ -..o 









1947 









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First Payr.er.t 

and uecnng surface 

JJisaion fork 



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RE3CLUTI0N 10, 1453 
i^ RESOLVED unanxnouBly by ihe ParX Conmission that for 

the best int^reat and proper conduct of tne Park Deparfnent 
tne Con-broiler be and zs nereby requested to a^rrove the 
follou)in,; ALLOTJJ^I'TS AIID TJi^rSFi^IiS: 



m 



Ar-ro-rxati on 

eiS-oOO-Vl Fleishhacker Flayfield Land 

612-500-20 Rehab, of Oonucnience Stations 



612'500-7 



61S'-'5trj~9v 

ClZ-Llc-'jl 



Sncll FarKs & Sq'J.ares 
(yuntimton par It - Ad-I,Conv, 

Station ^2,277,00) 

(Mission FcvK - Irrpgc- 

t%on System) V^, :''-'!,voJ 

•5 '^sights pari; 



. ,ie"J.ir ^^^^;c-Jen '1 Diun, 
(llazmp & Paintmp Conservatory ) 



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$ 5,324,5b 
2, '^^y, uO 



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-ir-Structures - Jen,Di 

'^Z> -..-/: Fence 2,443,08 

:ia Concourse Drama 7,775,00 
Dolores 31vd, Irriyatvon 



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RESOLUTION :!0, 14^4 
RES0j-V2D unaniTnously by ttie FarK Conv^%ssion -thai; fer 
the best interest and proper coniuct of tne r3.rK Department 
the Controller be and is her by requested to approve tne 
folloioinj Orders j'or Jervice ?r li'om: 



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■r.e le:-t intfrsst and ro-er c^"duct of the larf: -.rt-e^t 
he :nnfroller be -. : is hereby requested to :y -rove tne 
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above purpose: 

Appronriation 

712''400-03 Equipnent - Conmiaaary Division a^Suu 



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S%n Francisco, Cmlxfornim 
July 8, li^47 

A regular meeting of tne Park Cowniaaion was nel4 mi 
McLaren Lodge, Q^oldm aate Park, San Francisco, July a, liM?, 
at 4t0u p.m. 

The following Corunaeionere were preaentt 

Mr, Lloyd E.Wtleon, Preaiieni 

Mr, Howard J, Finn 

Mr, Dan E. London 

Mr, Byron G, Mobba 

Absent: Mr, Edw, T, Haaa 

The mmutea of tne Park Comniaaion meetings held June 

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20 and June 26, were approved and adopted, 

Acuatic Paris, The Real Estate Division, U, S. 
Engineers, supplemental agreement deleting the Aquatic Park 
Center from the existing lease agreement, as of August 1, 
Iy4r, and extending the lease on the Aquatic Park Pier for 
SIX montno, m order to enable tne restoration of tne pier, 
was approved and the following resolution was adoptedt 

RESOLUTION NO, 1460 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Conmission that tne 
supplemental agreement to lease No, W04"ly3~eng'5d?l, cover- 
ing the Aquatic Park Building and Pier, submitted to this 
Commission on the 27tn day of June, lif4?, by the United 
States Government, be and is hereby approved and that his 
Honor tne f/apor be and is hereby requested to execute said 
supplemental agreernent that is attacned herewith. 



g. r.p;,Qj . ff. F, Pool . The San Francisco Examiner's request 

for permission to hold the Far Western Smmmmg and Dimng 

Championship at the Fleishhacker Pool, July 25, 26, and 27, 

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and to charge admission, was granted. 

Stow Lake . The Kaymo Electric Motorboats' conmunica^ 
tion advising that boats being rented at Stow Lake have been 






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mMnuf*otur04 >n 9foI«tton to txisttny pstents^ osa or<«r«tf 
referred to the conceasioifvre for report with a copy to the 
City Attorney, 

Xffggr Stadium, The Secretary we mutnoriMed to 
execute agreementa with St, i/ary'a College, University of 
San Francisco, University of Santa Clara, and the San 
Francisco Forty-Ninera, for the use of Keaar Stadium during 
the 194? football season, 

panaae Claim, The Secretary was authorised to execute 
release covering daaage to park property m ine amount of 
$40. oo, »n tne none of Walter A. and Anatole f. Elvttaky, 

aoM en ^ate ^•rir Sand , ifr, Italpn ifurr^y'a. Director 
of the Golden C-ate Park Sand, requeat for permiaaion to 
engage one gueat aoloiat to perform m conjunction with tne 
band m July and tiae in Auguat wma granted. 

The 1/uaiciana Union Local No, 6'a requeat for per- 
miaaion to have tne Jolden date Park Band render concerta 
in the (Golden aate Park Sand Concourae, on four Sundaya, 
datea to be determined later and all coata to be paid by 
the Muaiciana Union, was granted, 
S.F.Pool : rieiahhacker Pool, I nstallation of Cham LinK Fence, 

On the recommendation of the Assistant Superintenaent, tne 
Conniaaion rescinded ita preoioua action awarding an informal 
contract to the Cyclone Fence Diviaion covering the .nstalla- 
tion of Cham Link Fence, Fleishhacker Pool,for lack of funds. 

S. F.Zooln - jrral Jrrfgna, The Commission authorized 
the Director of tne San francisco Zoological hardens to 
accommodate animals from the Bronx Zoo, in trans-ampment 
to Auatralia, until July Iv, 

rmw^^ ^T-nunrf daraaea . The matter of the construction 
m^: and operation of garages under St. Uary's Square, Portamoutn 
Square and Civic Center Plaaa, Ma aet aa a apecial order of 
buaineaa for the meeting of July 24 and the Secretary was 



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in9-truoi04 to a«tui9« cii iniereai04 pmriiet, 

Th§ following letters were r««tf mn4 refer re4 to tut 
Superintendent f 

/rea J^imet She* oonpl*in%n9 of conduot of guriener at 
lMf*gette P«rir. 

From Jiuth Samueleon requeetmg edditional benehee mt 
the beaoh* 

From the R*i ght-JLanbury Uerchmnte end Improvement 
Aaaocxution celling ettention to eone demd limba in Buene fiatm 
Perk. 

Trom the inaur^nce compeng covering the Dolpnm Swiemtng 
end Boating Cluba^ requeating information on the mpprmieed 
value of the building. 

The following lettera were reed and ordered filedt 

From Harry F, Sullivan, Attorney at Law, inquiring aa 
to the operation of the Round House at Aquatic Park and 
further inquiring if convenience atation m the vicinity of 
the rowing cluba can be made available to the public. 

From tne Manager of l^blic Util^tiea, m-re removal of 
railway track and bridge structure in Jolden 7ate ParK. 

From Jesse CColman, Acting Uayor, enclosing reaolution 
from the Callagnan Post of the American Legion, requesting 
withholding disposition of the remains of the brxdne of the 
Cruiser U»S,S, San ^r&ncisco. 

From Mrs. Siitn Flagel making suggestions m-re Golden 

5ote Park Band. 

From the Vusic and Arte Institute expreaamg an inter- 
est m leaamg the Acuatic Paric Building for ita activitiee. 

From Chria D, McKeon requesting that some provision be 
made for diaabled veterans attending Kesar Stadium to protect 
them from the ra,n, aa suggested m letter of December lu,1^6. 

From Jeaae CColman, Acting Mayor, thanking the Com- 
miaaion for cooperation in entertaining tne Vancouver Soya 
Band. 



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from ine Pr9aideni, S.F.rooibull Xc«gru«, thmnkmg tne 
Commiasion mnd atuff for cooperation rendered m tne Jnier-' 
nstfonfti Soooer Oane at Ketcr Sia4%uti, 

rrom Willfu Jtertm requeeUng • ten 4my exteneien for 
eonpletion of the Beara Cub Den, 

iiosri of golden a*te Prk. Application of Smulaifxed Asonalt 

:jr,iract : 

^eal Coat on tne MeHn Dnoe. Unit No, S. The Secretary 

preaented the following btda for the above uorkf 

Ohaa, £• Harney •UM? 

Fay Improvement Company .uHi* 

On the recomnendation of the Superintendent, and on 
motion duly made, aeconded and unaniMOualy paaaei, the 
following reaolution waa adoptedt 

R ^^OLUTION NO. 1470 

nESOLVED unanimoualy by the Park Comnisaion that a 
contract be awarded to CHA3, i. HAJiNIT, covering tne appli- 
cation of emulaified aapnalt aeal coat on the i/am Drive, 
Unit No* 5, aolden 7ate Park, San Franciaco, and the Secretary 
be and he la hereby authorized to execute the aane m the 
name of the Park Commiaaion and tnat payment tnerefor in 
the amount of ^3,5u4,4d be paid from Appropriation 61i!^ 
215-01 (Mtce. & Repair - Roada - General Diviaion), 



ts.Ko. 

1470: 



Tacht 

Barb or: 



Taoht Harbpr Mooring Licensea , On motion duly made 
and aeconded, the Commiaaion approved the following appli^ 
cationsfor Tacht Harbor Mooring Lhcenaeat 

ff ^ nr APPLICANT BERTH NO. n^ Or S0A7 

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JtSSOLUTION NO. 146^ 

nSSOLTSD unsniBOuaiy by tne Psrc Coum%»aion tn*i for 

t/if b9»i in-tereai and proper conduct of the PmrK Department 

the Controller be and \e hereby requeeted to approve the 

following ALLOTMEHTS and TRANSrSRSt 

ALLOTUSmTS 

Appropriation 

712^111'-Ul Allomance for Overtxme 
General Dwxeion 



Y12-112-U1 Holidaye » (Jeneral Diviaion 

'flM^lll'^2 Allotoance for Ouertxne -Zoo Dfui'on 

•flX-ll^'UX Holidays - Zoo Pi vision 

7J2-IIi-c;3 Allowance for Overtime - Conn, Diun, 

712-112~u3 Eolidaye - Comnieeary Division 

712-'111"U4 Allowance for Overtime 
Fteoreational Division 

?12-112''U4 Holidays - Recreational Division 



$5Su, uu 

1,225, uu 

200, uu 

713, uO 

200, UO 

1, 375, UU 

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612-305'U2 

Forage - Zoo Division 

612'385'U2 

Forage - Zoo Division 

612-385-02 

Forage - Zoo Division 



612-auO-ul 

Materials and Supplies 

General Division 

612-300-U2 

Materials and Supplies 

Zoo Division 

6 12 -300 -u4 

Materials and Supplies 

Recreational Division 

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612-2u3-02 

Allowance Employees 'Cars Equipment 

Zoo Division Zoo Division 

712-2U0-0<i 7l2-2u-3-ud 

Contractual Services Allowance Employees Cars 

Commissary Division Commissary Diuisiun 



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RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
the best interest and proper conduct of the Pari, Department 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the 



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Ut.ffo* pure1fa0 of tne followmg equ^pnenit 

Jt^. fflfyy>tix DirisioN 

o ffiCM rurn\tur9 (OS 4uii) 
Til9 C9,b%nei - Eng\neer9 



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^f f^o» Mmchtn €» (01 412) 

(1) Two 15" Typewriters (Beplmoenent ) 3(57 

(2) One Monroe Sleotrxc Calculator 50u 

fglfino SauiDuen't (OS 42u) 
One Ammeter 

umeh^ne Sh oo SQUxom^nt (OS 4'e2) 

(1) One 1/4" Slectrxc Drill (Replacement J 80 



(2) One 1/2^ 

(3) One Acetylene Outfit " 2uu 

(4) One Pipe Bender 20u 

(5) One Pipe Tapping Machine _252 

S ir'^et & S ewer Mtce, EQUipment (OE 42d) 

(1) One Austin Western Model y^M 
arader loitu Bulldozer^ Scarifier 

A Blade 6,5uu 

(2) One Barber areene #651 Tibrating 
Screen Loader ^,uuo 

(3) Sewer Rods and Fittings 3uv 

(Generating EQuioment (OS 444 ) 
One Electric Generator lotth Hedge 
Trimmers 

Motorized Squmment (OS 456) 

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One Heavy Duty Truck - 

Replacing IvSu Whyte Dump TrncK #y 

(2) One Heavy Duty Truck - 
Replacing li^3u White Dump Truck lu 

(3) One Heavy Duty Truck for Water 
Tank - Replacing 1^27 Fageol fltt 

(4) One 3 yard dump truck - 
Replacing 1^3? Truck j{^2u 

(5) One 3 yard dump trucK - replacing 
ly37 truck jf22 

(6) One 3 yard dump truck ~ 
replacing 1^37 truck if3u 

(7) One a yard dump truck •- 
replacing 1^37 trucK f31 

(e) One 3 yard dump truck - 
replacing 1^37 truck #3^ 

(9) One 3 yard dump truck 

replacing 1^37 truck if34 

(10) One It Ten Pickup for Library 

Crew , _ 

(11) One Dump Truck - especially 

designed for hauling brush 

(12) One Coupe - reple-cmg l^o7 Coupe 

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Livestock (OS 462) 
One Shropshire Ram 

Hort icultural Equ}p ment (OE ^^ 

(l) Twenty-four iv moh Hand Mowers 

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(2) One Sprxng/ieli L^wn Sioeeper 

(3) One Feerleae Mower Sharpener 

(4) One Mali Phatn Saw 

R^(^reetion Sduipment 
Mew Pl»y Apparatus 



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Leea Iteaerve for Tax Delinquency 
TOTAL IQVIPMSNT - QSXERAL DIVISIOM 

COMlilSSART ViriSION 

T}Cket iiachinee «t Caan Regiaiere (OE 412) 
(IJ Three Caah Hegistera «S. Sou 

(Harding, Linooln & S»r»Zoo Cafea) 

fitohen & Fountain EQuipnent (OE 4d4j 
(IJ Two Soda Fountains { Replacement a) 
Chilaren'a Qtra,'S,F»Zoo Cafe 

(2) One Carbonator - Replacement - 
H.F, Play field 

(3) Three Popcorn Machines - Replacement 
Child,Qta,H.F,Plfd. ,S.F.2oo Cafa 

(4) One J-aa Plate - Tea Garden 

(5) One Holmea Peanut Bagging Machine 

H.F, Play field 
^6) Two (}aa Rangea - Replaceinenta 

Harding i S, T, Zoo Cafea 
(?) One Diah Waahing Machine - Replace" 

nent - S, F.Zoo Cafe 
(e) Reataurant fountain Eoupt.for 
Boat Houae 

Heating Eouivnent (OE 44ii) 

(1) Three Hot Water Heatera - replace' 

menta - Child.Qta.H.F.Plfd. S.F» 
Zoo Cafe 

(2) One Gaa Heater - Tea Garden 

Livestock^ Harness ^ Saddlery (OE 46ii) 
IJl Twenty-four Saddlea d. Bridles for 
Donkeya - Child.Qta.i H.F.Plfd. 

(2) One Pair Shetland poniea - Child. 

(3) One Stud Jack - Childrena.Qta, 

Recreatio n Equipment (OZ 4^2) 
TTT Playground Apparatua - H.t..Jja,. 
(2) Caniiaa Curtain for Merry-go- 
round - Child's Qta» 



Leaa Reaerve for Tax Delinquency 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT - COMMISSARY DIVISION 



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Eorticuliur*! Eaui^nent (OE 464 



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One 5 unxi Golf Course l^ower - 
(Replacing Sharp Jpark ly34 
Mower #3«; 
Ten Tore Golf Course Mower Unite 
Five Power Driven Putting Green 
Mower* » Replaoenente 



Leea Reserve for Tmx Delinquency 



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TOTAL EQUIPMENT - RECREATIONAL DIVISION 



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3E IT FURTHER RESOLVED tne.t tne Controller 
be and is hereby requested to approve the allotment 
of funds required for above purchases as followst 
^Dpropriation 

712'^00~u2 - Equipment - General Divielon 56,43u,u0 

712-400-03 - Equipment - Commissary Divtsion I7,4ii7,u0 

7l2-4uu-u4 - Equipment - Recreational Divn. 5,26YmUU 



RESOLJTION NO, 146? 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
the best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve tne 
following paymentet 



COLLECTOR OF INTE.UAL "l^rjNUS 

Retail Malt Liquor Tax Stamps 

7_i_47 to 6-50-46' 

Children's Qts,, Kexar Siadium, Harding Park 

Cafe, Lincoln Park Cafe, Sharp Perk Cafe, 

S» I*Z'-:, Lunch Room 

co:.Jxerm or internal revenue 

Federal Tax on Admissions - June h^4Y 
Children's Quarters ^9y,64 

Fleishhacker Play field 214,31 

Fleishhacker Bathhousa ii61,:)y 

ROBERT X. WIISON ^ ^ 

First Progressive Payment - Renovation of 
portion of Ke*ar Stadium 



$ lim.vu 



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14$7 Sule» Tax Collection on Sxehmnge of w •^f 

iniaiai* froMi ^-i-4^ to 3^31^7 

with t/i« S* F.Zoo 

A^^OCJATEP ^Na]:N:e^RS 2,3S5.dU 

Tenth Progre^aiue Fmyneni - Inatmllation 
of •n irrxgmtion ayatem Umt No, 1 a.a.parle 

T. C. BINTLET DBA ASSOCIATED Emryf^Jiff 3,0uY.uu 

fiftn Prograaaiua P*i/ment - rater Supply 
Connection mt Qolden (Jate Pmm Seutmge 
Treatment Plmnt 



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RESOLUTION NO. 1469 

nSSOirSD unmmnnualy by the Ptk Coumiaaion, thmt 

the Seoretmry be mnd he xa hereby •uthor\Me4 to enter \nto 

en mgreement an4 execute the a»ne for «nd m behalf of tne 

F*rk Cowmiaatonera mt tn tne TOWER OPTICAL COMPANY, INC., 

oouenng the tnatallmtion mn4 operation of Binocular Viam-m 

>nf Maohiiea, mt the following locationat 

Two (2) at Yacht Harbor near the Harbormaster ^a offioej 

Two (2) at Yacht Harbor, at tne beach between the St. 
Francia Yacht Club and the Preaiiio, 

Two (2) at Inapiration Point at Lani'a Endp 

for a term of one and a half (l Ifn) years, at a rental 

of 25% of the groaa receipts from said machmea. 






There being no further buameaa to come before tne 



Comma si on, the neetmg adjourned at 5t 45 p.m. 



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i r«yttl«r me§iing •/ tne Pmrk Comm\»9fn wmt Atfi« 
Thuradmy, July 24, 1^7, «t 4t00 p.m., xn McLren Udga, 
aold§n Qmte Pmrk. 

The follewxng CoMm%99i§ner9 were preaen-ti 

Mr, Lloyd E, Wtlaen, Preaident 
Mr, Heumrd J. Ftnn, COKniaaxoner 
Mr, Edw, T, Hm^a, Conmiaaioner 
Mr, Dmn E, London, Conmiaaioner 
Mr. Byren 7, Uobba, Commiaaiener 

The ninutea of t/i« Paris Comvitaaion meeting held en 

July O, 194'r, loere approved and adopted, 

8ub-»urfaoe Oaraaea , Freaident Wilaon atated t nat 



Suh'$urface 

(a) en January 16, 1947, the Commxaaion held a apecial meet- 
ing to explere the peaaibilitiea of private ompttal cenatruci" 
mg and operating garagea under parka and aquarea; (b) tnat 
at aaid meeting thoae m attendance haa requeated tnat ne 
action be taken and that another meeting be held withtn aix 
uonthaj (c) that aix montha had elapsed and that all tnter^ 
estftd parties had been invited to be present today, 

Mr, Truman Lett a. Executive Secretary of tne Mayor, 
and Mr, Thonaa A, Brooks, Chief Administrative Officer, urged 
that everything should be done to encourage private capital 
to construct and operate garagea under parks and squarea. 

Mr, Florence k'cAuliffe, representing the Union Square 
larage Corperatten, stated that the corporation was still 
interested m the construction and operation of a garaga 
under St, Mary's Square, but tnat tne eatimated earmnga from 
the operation of thia garage apparently would net justify 
the preaent high cost of construction. He further stated that 
the suggested plan to use the surplus from the operation of 



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Vn\on Squmre Garage t9 fijfnce the Si. J/«ry '» Squmre project 
w%e net pr^otiomble, heomuae it would be neoeaaary to obfm 
tne coneent ef tne holdere of ell of tne debenture bonds 
whieh were nem \n the h%nda ef s greet number of people end 
in*i it would be very difficult te ebtem auoh conaenta or 
reoell ell af tne bonda» 

Mr» Leonard iloaiea. Architect, repreaentmg en un- 
diacleaed group, stated that costs of excavation, steel and 
etner materials, had increased from 15',^ to 25% since tne 
last meeting and that he now estimated the cost of construct- 
ion close to one million, five nundred thousand dellarajf aa 
eompmred te one million, two hundred and fifty thousand 
dellara aix montna ago. He furtner stated tnat ne mas of 
the opinion that if plana were revised te decrease tne H 

capacity of the garage from 6du to 5Uu and a self-parking 
system permitted, fhe cost of the garage would be about one 
mtllion dollars and on this hasis tne garage might worn out 
auccessfully* 

Ifr, Howard Uallen, representing an und^eelmsed group, 
stated that he nad been offered a loan of 56% of tne cost 
of construction, or about $840, uuu, and tnat loitn other 
financial assistance ne was assured of about a uillion dollars, 
amen left a balance of ^45u,uuu to ke raised. He furtner 
stated tnat he did not believe ne could raise the balance 
for at least six montna. 

Supervisor Chester iSacPhee stated tnat ne was of the 
Opinion tnat every effort should be made to construct and 
operate garages througn private capital, but since the park- 
ing problem waa ao acute, another meeting should be neld 
witnm SIX montns time and if at that time, private capital 
was not m a position to proceed, the matter of public 
financing should be placed before tne people m June of li^4b. 



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president Wilson stated thmt %n view of the statementa nsde 
by tnose present, the Commission would postpone culling for 
bids and cull « special meeting aometme m December to «y«in 
explore tne matter. 

Aquatic Park , The established policy of using tne 
building at Aquatic Park as a community center was reaffirmed. 

Lincoln ParK, Tne San Francisco Ez-aniner's request 
for pemission to hold the annual Hole-In-One tournament at 
Lincoln Park, from August 12 to lY, from y a,m, , to 7 p.m,, 
was grantedm 

r Golden C-ate Park , Tne Dalmatian Club of Calkfornxa's 

request for permission to use tne Speedway Meadow m Jolden 
(late Park, on Sunday, October lH, 1947, lu a.m,, tu 4 p,m., 
to hold a DalaattanS and Scnnauzers match, was jranted* 

Aquatic Park, Tne Coast luard Lca:;ue's request for 
permission to meet and hold their activities at tne Aquatic 
Park Building, was put over until a It^ter meeting, 

Jolden J ate Park - Jater Works , Mr, J, J, Qrattan *s 
request for permission to substitute casing for the well 
at the Water Works m Cfolden G-ate Park, urns granted. 

Aquatic parn. The Secretary was autnortzed to enter 
into an aareenent w^tn Punnett-Pares and Hutchison, to 
investigate the condition of tne Aquatic Para Pier and submit 
a recommendation m regard thereto prior to September du, 
I94y, and tne cost not to exceed ')l,5uu. 

The following letters were reaa and referred to tne 

Superintendent: 

From Mrs, Stella M, Godding requesting that benches 

be repaired on the esplanade at the beach. 

From Mrs, Curtis complaining of tne condition of the 

road at Staw Lake, 

From Urs, Mary C, Wetzel protesting proposed planting 

•f trees on Nineteenth Averve. 

From. Mrs, Mary A, Dowd complaining of matrons at the 




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Fvn Mr. W, r, TrMv%9 complaining of aigna «t tnti 
Semi Shem ct tne Zo«. 

Frem Mrs. R, Littlefield complaining of condition 
§/ the pe.rM: at 4?th Avenue. 

The following letters were read and ordered filedt 

From the Corpe of Engmeere adviemg that they will 
repair the etatue, '^The Penguin**, and replace tne Ittst totfla 
at Aquatic Faric. 

From the Musicians Union, Local No, 6, advising that 
September v, 14, 21, and 26, ar : the dates selected for 
the concerts at the Music Concourse, Golden 'Jate Park* 

From Mr. D, H. Fleay thanking the Commission for the 
care of the animals at the Zoo. 

Frem Mrs. Jonn D.Whyte complimenting employees at 
the 7olden Qate Park Playgrounds. 

Transfer of Delma. ent Account , On the recomnendation 
of tne Superintendent, tne following delinquent account 
was referred to tne Bureau of Delinquent Revenue: 

Burney Valcuist - Damage to Park Property $30, uU 

Yacht Harbor Mooring Licenses * On the recom^^endation 
of the Director of Recreational Activities, the following 
applications for mooring licenses, at Yacht Harbor, were 
approved g 



NAME OF APPLICAUT 


BERTH NO. 


NAl'E OF BOAT 


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Wm. J. Conroy 


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/0ll0wing re9oluti$na war* •d^pitit 
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RSSOirSD unmninoualy by the Park Conmaa^on that far 
tha beat mtereat and proper canduot af the Parte Department, 
hia Sanar the Mmyar be and xa hereby requeated ta have an 
ardmanca prap*re4 approprxaUng $22,3uS,uO ta the cradxt 
af the follawmg appropnatxanat 
71ii'13u-ul General Div, Operating Wagea f6,Ok^l 



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Canstruct,& Repair a Y,uu5 

Operating Wagea 1,12'r 

Conatruct,d Repair a l,6uY 

Covmiaaary Dion, Operating Wagea 1,127 

" • Conatruct,& Repaira 1,148 

Recreational Div, Operating rages 1,676 

* • Cona*:ruct,^: Repaira 1,y24 



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ta provide the funds required to pay increased wage rates as 

per Sill 4612, Ordinance .f and tn accordance with the 

provisions of Section 1S1»3 of the Charter as amended* 






RESOLUTION NO* 14 y2 
Mesolv^d unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
the best interest and praper conduct of tne Park Department 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve tna 
following paynentat 



aSORQE PAULSEN 
First Payment - Drainage Corrections 
at Sharp Park Municipal aolf Course 

MARTIN FRIED 
Painting at Balboa Park Nursery 

ASSOC rAT^D ENIINEEHS 
Installation of Water Supply Line ta 
the Oriental Tea Jarden 

C0LA!1 J:EA:^ING & SHEET IIETAL CC. 
Installation of a Heating System m tha 
Director's Residence at tne Zool» hardens 



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MSSOirSD un*niuoualy by the Par* Conmi99i an ihrnt for 
tne beat interest and proper conduct of the Parle Department 
the Controller be and la hereby requeated ta appraoe the 
follawmg WarK Orderat 



W.O, 

NO. DEPARTMENT 

3ur S. T, Water Dept, 



DSSCRIPTICN 



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Inatallxng 4'-3/4" and $6u2.65 

H-l" aerv%cea and replachng 
lu existing 3/4" Servicea 
with 1" Service »n Dolorea 
Street between Maricet Street 
and San Jose Avenue 

3ua Dept. of Public WKa, Repair Jfolly Parm 2tsu.uu 

Bur, of Sewer Repairs Convenience Station Sewer 



RESOLUTION NO. 1474 
RESCLTED unanimously by the ParK Conmisston that for 
tae beat interest and proper conduct of tne ParK Department 
the Controller be and hS hereby requested to approve tne 
following ALLOT MEN Ti 
Apyrovriation 



61ii'214'ol Maintenance ■- Repair Structures - 
(Dolores 31vd. Irrigation Systm) 



f6u2.65 



RES CLV TICK i:C. 1475 
RESCLTED that all non-civil service appointments, 
temporary appomtmenta and revtovala made by the Superin- 
tendent of Parica for the uontna of January tnrougn April, 
1^47, be and the same are hereby approved, and 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a report of aai4 
appointments and removala be transmitted to tne Cent roller 



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San Francisco, California 
August 7, l^A'f 

A regular meeting of the Por« Comnisaion was neld on 
Thursday, August ?, 1^47, at HcLaren Lodge, Golden Gate Parn, 
San Francisco, 

The following Ccnmissioners were presentt 

Mr, Lloyd E, Wilson, President 
Ifr. Howard J, Finn, Comaiasioner 
Ifr, Edw, T, Haas, Con:^iS8ioner 

Absent t Mr, Datt E. London, Commissioner 
Mr, Byron G, Mobbs, CommisSkOner 

The minutes of the neettng of July 24, 1^47, were 
approved and adopted, 

3, F.^oolocjicul Jcrdens , On tne recommendation of tne 
Superintendent, tne following exchange* of animals were 

approved: 

3 3rahmvk Cattle m exchange for one pair Demoselle 
Cranes from Dr, I', J, Ottmger 

1 young male camel and one peccary m excr.ange for 

4 adjutant storks from Lr, Louis Joebels 

1 trained sea lien m exchange for two harbor 
seals and a sea lions from Lr, Louis C-oebels 

Convention American Institute of Parn Executives^ Convention , On 

tne recomneniation of the Superinten Lent , the Comr.ission 

approved the use of Aquatic ParK 3uildin'7 for tne formal 

reception to be tendered to -^ne delegates of the American 

Institute of Park Executives, on Septemb^.r ^2, VJ47, from 

five to seven p,m, 

^haru FavK, The Pacific -as an-^ rllectric Company's 
plan for relocating the existing pole line at Sharp Park 
Municipal Golf Course, was approved, 
..Hrk 7o2den ^-at^ Park Stables, The Sheriff's L'ounted Posse '• 

request for permission to stailf its horses at tne beach 
ttables at Golden ':<ite ParK, was denied. 






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^^. Beach, Use of , Mr, Donald V, Kyle's request for per^ 

mhssion to Operate an "Amy Duok" to carry passengers from, 
the beactieo in San Franaaoo on snort excursion trips wms 
ienied* 
:jj,P^ol FleishhacKer Pool Cafe, The proposals to operate a 

-*^' restaurant •* FleishhacKsr Pool Cafe, maa« by Ifra, karie 

Witiler, and Mr, and Ifrs, San ParentOyWere referred to Com~ 
misstoner London for further consideration and report* 
The followmq extensions of time were grantedt 
William Uclntosn and Son > thirty days on contract 
for the alterations to the Mothers' House, Fleisnnacker 
Play field, 

J, J« iJrattan - SiXty days on contrcct covering 
the installation of turbine pump and drilling of well at the 
Water WorKs, 7olden late ParKf 

Asaociat'i Engineers - sixty days on contract covering 
the installation of irrigations system. Unit No, 1, Golden 
7ot« ParK, 

Associated Engineers - sixty days on contract covering 
the water supply connection at the Sewuge Trsatmsnt Plant, 
7olden late ParK, 

palace of Fine Arts, L'r, Jonn Johnson 's proposal for 
the installation and operation of an ice rmk at tne Palace of 
Fine Arts, was referred to the Spermten lent for considera- 
tion and report, 

Fairmount ParK. The Secretary was instructed to advise 
Miss Anna Linsley that there were no funds m the budget to 
make improvements at Fairmount Parte and that this project 
would be piven due consideration i:^hen preparing next year's 

budget requests, 

f^:^ar Stadium. The Secretary was authorised to execute 



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football agreement witn Ulam Temple, Shrme Eaet-^est Foot- 
ball Comr.ittee, cov.rinn the use of Kesar Stadium on January 



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The Secretary was autnomed to request the Finance 
Commttee of tne Board of Supervisors t» reconsider request 
fer mn appropriation of montes witn which, to purchase certain 
buildings adjacent to Kesttr Stadium, 

Statue - The Last Druad, Offer to Donate , The Secretary 
was instructed to advise the Director of tne California Palace 
of the Legion of Honor, that the Commission did not favor tne 
placing of the statue "The Last Dryad" in uny of tne properties 
under its Jurisdiction and therefore would not accept the 
gift of the statue, 

AauatkC ParK Pier , Mr, C, Elmore Hutcmson of the f^rm 
of Punnett-Parez and Hutchison, appeared and submttted a 
preliminary report on the condition of a section of the piles 
supporting tne municipal pier at Aquatic ParK, 

The report disclosed that the piles examined had been 
found to be in very poor condition, and recommended that a 
complete and thorough mvestnation of all sections be made 
as soon as possible, 

Messrs, W, E, Thomas, Wm, J, Tavelle, and Cabell 
Gmathmey, representing tne United States Army Engineers, 
appeared m connection witn the repairs bemg made to tne 
pier on account of damage done by an Army tug and tne condition 
of the pier repair j)ork to be done and precautions fvr public 
safety vsere discussed with all of the^e -gentlemen by tne 
Commission, A decision was reached uith respect to *ne manner 
m which tne repairs snould be completed and tne Superintendent 
was directed *• close the pier to all vehicular traffic 
immediately. It was the consensus of opinion that there laas 
little risK at this t iie S9 far as pedestrians were concerned. 

On motion duly made and seconded, the Commission 
rescinded its action of July :.i, authorising tnat an agree- 




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r.eftt be entered into with Punneti^Pares and Hutchison and aaopted 

the following resolution: 

RESCLVTlOll IIC\ l4Vii 
RESOLVED unmntmwuoly by tne Park Commission inat tne 

Secretary be end ts nereby antnemed to enter into on agreement 

loitn Punnett^Pcres and Hutchismnj to perform the following worKt 
1: Instktute «« underwater survey by divers and suoti 
otner neana as necessary on tne piling and otner su-'wrta 
»f tne Aquatic Pier m Aquatic ParK, 

2: prepare and submit a report cove tne condition 

of and tne damage done t» tne pier, j, .^xuding a l9g of 
the findings znd a cnart to illustrate tne condition 
reported, 

:iz Making a profile drawing of tne bottom of the bay 
on botn ^ides of ine pier skowmg all a,vailable da**, 
including records of past soundmns nade i.v Punnett-Pares 
and Hutchison and those naae by the Amy Er.imeera luring 
July, lxj4f* 

4t All of the i::orf: to be complef ed wiihm sixty iuya 
after the connencemerzt of the son: and cost of suii roorK 
not to erceet five tnousmnd { ■\--"j) dollars, 
22 IT ruriTIiSH R::2CLVED thai ' -e roller be and is nereby 

requested to approve ire allot^.erit of JjjOUO.OU frun A_ - ropn- 

ation YlS-SuO'dn (Engineering and Architectural Services) fur 

tne above described ouroose. 



'"cgf t/ 7rove of k'enerv . I'rs, Zarnett'a suggestion f^.at an area 
be set aside for nlantinj trees connemoratmg certain events, 
0«8 taken under subr.isaion and tnereaftcr denied. 

Tne follo-jjin letters -ere read an I referred t» the 

J.; 'irir.tsndent t 

:>or. hi8 Honor tne IJ^yor trananiitin- conr.nmcat ion from 
I'r. C» W, Vilnert conplainmj of 'he doj nuisance i/* Jefferson 
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i>o» Xrr. Euar Roseberg complaining of sign ai ine 
S*n Francisco Zoological Garden's seal show and tne early 
closing of tne convenience station on the Jreat Highwmy, 

The following letters were read and ordered filed: 

From the Executive Secretary to the Mayor, transmitting 
communication from John fluveen and Company on the matter of 
financing parKing facilities. 

From Baslur Ahmad Uinte, representing tne Muslim, Society 
for tne propagation of Islam, suggest mg tnat platf-irms be 
erected for use of speaKers m parks and squares and that 
arranger.enta be made for lectures on various topics. 

From Mrs, 3, (Jut hertz complaining of tne painting of 
the merry-go-round during the vacation nenod. 

From tne Veterans of Foreign Ifars offering congrat- 
ulations on the successful efforts to obtam the grandstands 
at Big Hec, 

From James 'J, Smith advocating soloists at the band 
concerts on Sundays. 

From I'arnuente 7, 7/est complimenting tne band and 
solvists. 

Delinquent .accounts . On notion duly made and seconded, 
the Comnission approved tne transfjr of the following accounts 
to theBureau of Delinquent levenuet 

anas, 0. Duley $5»uu 

Alfred ;. "ier^ng 2o,Uij 

Jomen A, Tune lu.uu 



Tacnt Harbor Koori.n~ Licenses , On notion duly made 
and secondea tne Commission aoproved tne following appli- 
cations for Yacht 'iarhor Uoorini Licenses: 
::A1^ 07 AyPLiCAlTT S^^TH NO, ^A^E C^ T.OAT 

Leslie Alexander 136 Snow Bird 

Christian L, Samet 147 Sea Elbee 




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l^AUE OF AI^PLICANT 
Thomas Cullvgan 
F, D, ffeasfand 
Schuyler K* Hunt 
C, W, So tie id 
Jiichael Vil^soff 
]/arv\d D, Rhodes 
Frederick F, Abbott 
Lowell A, A'etnerland 



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RESOLVED unanimously by tne i'arK Commission inat for 
tne best interest and proper conduct of tne Farrc Department 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve tne 



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^OLL^TrOR OF IIlT^'ijrAL ']Tn}!VE 
Federal Tax on Admissions - July l\J4r 



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Children's Cuarters 
FleishhacKer Flayfield 464, i^? 

FleishhacKer Dathnouse 'Jur,4tf 



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RAL^Ji HURRAY 
Directing Jolden -ate parK land 
July Iy4V 

rAY ii:r-RcyE:.-:s:jT coj^fany 

Final payment - Renabilitation of pannandle 
Dn veway 



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Final Payment - Repairing •^- Pamting 
terry-go-round at FleishhacKer Play field 



2,167,u(J 



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Final Payment - Application of a Surface 
^earing Surface on the Tennis 



Course and 



Courts at Ifission ParK 

B05ERT L, WILSON 
Second progressive payment - Renovatton 
of portion of Kesar Stadium. 



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Test Soring for new uell at Lincoln Park 



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Jnsiallation of Vew Boiler - McLaren Lodge 

WTIXIAM MGl^TOSH e: suit 

Addition t¥ Upper Vending Soetn - 

Fleistihacker l^layfield 

ft. J, TRF.ACT 

raaaocK Drainage Comotiona at tne 

S*n Francisco Zoological (hardens 

ICiJJN H. STVIiU . Inspector of Police 
Expenses parn Tour fmr i'r. Bert Emmry and 
party, Vancouver ParK Commissioner 



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RESOLUTION HO, 14W 
RESOLVED Unanimously by tne Park Commss ton tnat /»r 
the best interest and proper conduct of tne J*arK Department 
tne Controller be and is nereb; requested to approve tne 
following ALLOTr^I.-TS: 
Aporopriati on 



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l^atsrials J Snpolies 
Jeneral JiViSiun 



Yl2''3ti5-u2 Forage - i-oo JiviSiOn 

'/12-13U~u3'-2 T/ages - Temporary 

Comr.issary Division 



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Contractual Services 
Con'n.iSsary DiuiS^on 

Mater ials and Supplies 
Gonnissary Division 



"I^-^c/y-u^-i L'atenals ci Supplies - Resale 

Commissary Division 

•n2'35u'0ii Foodstuff* 

Conr.issary Division 



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Maintenance ilepair Roads and 
Stde'MalKs - Ceneral Division 



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1, 200. oO 

32, uoo, 00 

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P.E30IVED unanimously by tne ParK Tor^ission ^hat for 
tne rroper ievelopment of tne Strybmg Arboretum and 
Botanical :crdens, tne purchase from the Helene Strybmg 



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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED tnat tne Controller be und la 
hereby requested tv approve tne alUcat^on mf ^br5,^u frmm, 
tne Helene Strybmg Bequest Fund (Appropriation i>45j for 
tne above described items. 



iiESCx.UTiou ::o, Mya 

RES0J7ED unanimoualy by tne ParK Oomriission tnat for 
tne best interest and proper conduct of tne Parn Department 
tne Controller be and ys hereby requested to approve tne 
following Work Order: 






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3uif Dsptt of Tiiblic ^fks, Kisc, Services, repairs $lvu,uu 
(public Bid IS m) to equipment, etc,, for 

August cc Sept, 1^4? 

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WHER2AS on -^he ftrst day of Hay, 1'j4j, -he City and 
County of Jon .'rr.-^.cicco executed a revocable ^^'r^yt loith the 
7overnment of the Ir.kted States, for permission t» use certain 
property under tne Jtinsdicti on of une FcrK Jom'-ission m 
tne City and County of San yrcncisco. Stats of Caltforn^a, 
described as /oil*rW3i 



parcel of lartd :>o'xii6\ located approxun~ 
)elv ^Vu ' west of ■^■r.e extension of tne 



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center Ime of Fillnvre Jtreet and ir.-.ediarely 

adjaceit to tr.e sea:jall, rarina Park, 



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WnSRSAS, IT A : ajreed m 3uii revocable permit that 
at tne termination thereof, tne said federal gwemnent rsoald 
restore satd rrmuerty t» tne original condition m wn.rn »* 
obtained tne 3»/«e frmm tne City mnd Cvu^ty of Sm..* yrcnctscv, 

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WHEREAS, sa,d revocable permit naa now been terminated 
by tne government of tne United States and ttie «*xd govern- 
ment of the United States kas restored s^id property to tne 
or»:7»naJ condition in i^kicn tne same was obtained from tne 
said City and County of San Francisco, 

NOW, ThURSFOUE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Park Connission, 
that the Jovernnert of tne United States is hereby absolved 
from any and all liability under the aforesaid revocable per- 
mit, and that his .Yonor -^he I'apor be and »s hereby requested 
to execute appropriate release to the 'Jovernnent of tne United 
States discharging it from lt,ability w^der tne above described 
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Comnission, the r.eetxng adjourned at 6:3u r.m. 



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A special meeting of the Park Commiaaion was neld at 
McLaren Lodge, Golden Gate l^rK, San Francisco, Thursday, 
September 4, ly4?, 4 p.n. 

The following Commkssionera were present: 

Mr, Lloyd E, Wilson, President 

ilr, Howard J. Finn, Jonnissioner 

Mr, Edward T, Haas, Comniasioner 

Mr, Dan E, London, Commiasioner 

Mr, Byron 2, Uobbs, Commissioner 

The mmutea of the meeting of August 7, li:^4?, were 
approved and adopted. 

On the recommendation cf the Superintendent, tne 
Commiaaion approved the following t 

S. F, ZDolo<iical -hirdens - Excnanae of Amuda : 
Two pai, of Wallaroos m excnange for two pair of 
African Penguins, from Ueems Bros,, and Ward, New Tors 

Two young male tijers m exchange for six Muntjac 
deer ar.d three white suans, from Mr, Louis Joebels, Camar^llo, 
Ccliformm 

One old, male Leopard in excnange for one pair of 
Demoaelle Cranes, also from Mr, Joebela, 

Callmi /'or bids on tne .followm-^ iobs s 
!• Kesar Pavilion Roof .iepa^ra 

Miniature Railway, Relocation and Reconstruction 
Oriental Tea harden Cas Supply Line 

4. Conservatory Gaa Supply Line 

5. Tacht Harbor, Paving Breatcuyater 
6m Tacht Harbor, Install Electric Liyhta 
?• Polo Field, Install Fence 
8, Murphy Mill Rehabilitation 
»• FleianhacKer Pool, Replacement 2 Incn Water Line 




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H* " " Replaeomgni of Soum Rail Dram 

lUn " " Repairs to Reciroulmting Line 

la, • • Brntntiouae, Repaire to Boiler 

14, Gaa House Cove, Construction of Lawn 
jTfgor Stadium, Mr, Chris D, ifcKeon appeared and 
requested tnat a platfom-awnmg^snelter be constructed for 
the protection and confort of disabled war veterans attending 
football games at Kesar Stadium, 

The Director of Recreational Activities ws instructed 
to confer with those m charge of tne veterans and report 
back their views on this natter, Mr, McKeon was invited to 

attend. 

Aauati c Part, Messrs, Harry F, Sullivan and Jonn B, 
Molmarij representing the Columbus Day Committee, appeared 
and requested permission to use the Aquatic ParK Building 
on tne evening of October 11, 1947 for tne coronation and 
grand ball m conjunction with tne annual Columbus Day 
celcbrc.tion^ /sponsored by the Mayor's Citisens Oonmittee, 
president Wilson stated that since tnere were no 
funds available to operate Aquatic ParK, it would be 
^necessary for the committee to pay for tne cost of opera- 
ting the building for tnat evening. k'essrs, Sullivan 
and Molmari were in accord and agreed to meet with the 
S^j.perintendent to work out the cost arrangement. On 
motion duly made and seconded, tne matter was referred to 
President Wilson with full power to act. 

2nid^n late park . The Collie Club of Vortnern 
California's request for permission to hold a Puppy I'atah 
in conjunction with the Dalmatian Club m Golden Gate Par^ 
on October 12, was granted* 
md-n BeacfLji:BblejU '^^^ Esquire Enterprising Company's 

^f:"'\equest for permission to use the area near the 3eacn 



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Stables to park the stghtstsing trama wua fronted. 

Civic Center and Urn on Sguarf . The Twelfth Naval 
District 'a request for permission to place naval exmbtta 
m connection witn ita recruiting program in Ctv^c Center 
Plaaa and Union Square during the loeeK of October at, maa 
granted, 

golden gate Par^. Miaa Uary Maricn^a requeat for 
permiaaion to construct and operate a golf driving range 
m Golden Jate Park waa denied, 

Acuatic ParK , Tna Chriatian Science Monitor Toutn 
Forum'a request for permission to use tne Aquatic park for 
a New Tear 'a Eve Party was held over to a later meeting, 

Golden Jate far/r . The Joy Scouta of Anericu'a requeat 
for permisaion to hold a i'oiJ Canporee in Sold en Jate Park 
on the weexend of October la and l\j, -coa granted. 

Golden }ate Park Band , Mr, Ralpn I'Urray'a, Director 
of tne Jolden Jate Park Band, requeat for pemission to 
engage a guest artist on Sunday, September 14, and to 
arvunye jor an amplification system, at a coat not to exceed 
$25, ou, waa granted, 

Maru Tai/lor Beardslev Bequest , Considcrat lon of tne 
Board of Si^pervi sora ' resolution accepting the becuest of 
Mary Taylor Beardsley was orderei keld over to a later 
meeting, and the Superintendent was instructed to meet witn 
the executor and attorney for tne estate to discuss tne use 
of the funda. 

Golden Jote Fark, I'r, S, S. Kijhtower's proposal to 
operate a miniature steam tram m Children's Playground 
was put over to a later meeting. 

Golden late Park . On tne r ^commendation of tne 
Department of Public Kealth, the Superintendent waa ordered 
to close the wading pool at the Jhildren's Playground, Golden 
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R99d, representing Steelcraft, to install . ycont mnchorage 
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for permission to use Kesur Stadium, for a footbull 
on tne following dates was grantedi 

September 25, ly4a - University of Santa Clar% 

and iniversity of OAriu/ioma 

November 2y, lV4d - University of Santu Claris 

and Ificmgun Simte College 

The University of San Francisco's request for permis- 
sion to use Keaar Stadium for a football game with Oklunoma 
JL» A U, J on October IS, ItHd, was granted, 

FleisnhacKer Pool . L'r, Charles Savu's, Coach of the 
Crystal Plunge S^mmmtng Team, request for perniaaion to hold 



swimnmg meet m FleisnhacKer lool, Sentemb^fr 14 



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Hardin-: Parn, Harding Park jojf Club's request for 



p0rni ssicr. i'j held its a#tr»uul club championship beginning 
October 12 and ending November y^ was granted. 

Aquatic Fart * Mr, Jm Roberts, representing the 
Nortn Oakland branch, Y,il, C,A, , appeared and requested 
permission to use the Acuciic Park building for a private 
social activity on a Saturday during the month of October, 
President 'Jilson stated that since this lous the fir:t proposal 
for the use o.-" the buildmg to be submitted by a private 
group and there were no public funds available for its 
overction, the Comniss ion would huve to 7n>e this Droposal 
further consideration. 

Palace of Fine ..rts. The communication from tne 
Clerk of tne "oard of Supervisors, transmitting a letter 
from the Secretary of Jar returning the Palace of Fine Arts 
to the jurisdiction of the City, was read and ordered filed. 



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eettmg fortn tne cost for « flower anew *n tne J>alace of 
Fine Arte, to tntt tne same could be submitted to the State 
Finance Director for n^a consideration. 

The Secretary was instructed to forward a communication 
to the Chief Administrative Officer, requesting that tne 
Department of Public Works conduct a survey of tne Palace 
of Fine Arts and determine its condition and tne cost of 
renabili tation» 

'iiJj^jQol: g, F, PQoi, The communication from Supervisor George 

Chriatopner advocating covering part of the Fleishhacker 
Pool with a glass enclosure, as suggested by tne Call- 
Bulletin, and offering to propose legislation to assist tne 
Conmisaion m carrying out thiS project^ wa presented. 

The Commission instructed the Secretary to advise 
S upervisor Christopher tnat it did not favor any legisla- 
tion at tnia tme, m vt,eis of tne lapsndin^ consolidation 
of tne Park and recreation Dcpartnenta, and tne possibiltty 
of obtaining funds for auch purpose from tne proceeds of tne 
proposed bond iSsue of twelve million dollars for recreation. 

The following letters were read and referred tu tne 
Superintendent : 

From City Attorney Jonn J, 'Toole advising of a claim 
filed by a Uax Abrams m the amount of ^2,uuu for personal 
injuries alleged to have been sustained while wulning m 
Golden Tate Paris and trippmg over a nuse u/» u patn, and 
requesting mveatijation and report. 

From k'lssion Covenant Church requesting permiss ion to 
replant a tree in front of tne cnurcn. 

From Janes /.'. ''anley. Attorney at Law, maKinj sof^e 
suggestions concerning tne convenience stations at tne 
Children ' 3 Playground m Jolden 7ate ParKm 




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Fro. I^fayetU Par, Club c..,la.n.ng of tne oona.t.on 
0/ tne tenn.3 courts and requesting tnat iney be repu.recL. 

From Xfrs. Qeo. C. Morns inquiring as to tne rule, 
and regulations for play at farKside Square. 

From Mr. Fred ^. A.^mte ^.K.ng sone suggestions to 
increase tne pleasure of u^sitors to (Golden Gate Pmr„. 

From Chief Adn.n.strat.ve Officer admsmg tnat George 
ravuris was interested m navmg h,s product, -Candy Apples", 
placed on sale m Golden Gate Par,. 

From Mrs. L. M. Miller suggesting certain .norovement^ 
to be made at Haight^Stanyon Street entrance to Golden Gate 
FarK, 

From. F. 3. Hult.ng Company requesting certain informa- 
tion on future developments of Gas House Cove and Aquatic 
ParK. 

From Supervisor Dan Gallagner transmitting letter from 
Miss Alice L. CWMings, complaining about residential 
status of an employee of tne department. 

From Henry Colombat request mj certain improvem.ents 
to oval garden located at Tenth Avenue and Lane Street. 
The following letters i:ere read and ordered f^led: 
From Nortnem California kanagers' Baseball Association 
and the Old Ti: ers Baseball Association of San Franc, see, 
suggesting that dressing rooms and a score stand be built 
into tne new bleachers. 

From Board of Supervisors tnanCinn Jonmssior. i*nd 
Superintendent for flowers. 

From San Francisco Junior Chamber of Connerce tnankmg 
tne Commission and staff for the use of tne FleisnhacKer Fool 
on August 3. 

The following extensions of tine were granted: 
Artnur Wallgren, sixty days for completion of replace- 
ment of Its men sewer intaKe line to the Sewage Treatment 
Plant in Golden Gate Parte, 





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Robert L, Wilaon, ten daya /or completion of renouationa 
of portions of Kea^r St€d\um, 

George P^ulaen, ttxty days for oonpletton of matalla" 
iion of irrigation ayatem m tne center atripa of Dolores 
Bouletfardm 

SeatmQ Facxlitiea at Bia Recreation Field. Jolden '}att» 
Park, San Francisco, Tne Secretary preaented tne following 
bida for the seating facilitiea at Big Recreation Field, 
Golden late rarK, San Francisco: 
Antone Petersen and Sons 
Far West Construction Company 
Rademann-7i usto 
Robert L, Wilso,, 
Adam Arras a; Son 
Robert McCarthy Company 

On motion duly made and seconded, tne bids were 
rejected for lack of sufficient funds* 

Mr, Antone Petersen appeared and stated tnat ne nad 
made an error m calculating h^s bid for tne seating 
facilities at Big Recreation Fiell, Jolden :-ate ravK and 
requested permission to vntndraw tiis proposal. It was 
apparent tnat tne error was made tnrougn inadvertence a»»d 
c iB*8t«T« m antnmetic and tnerefore, tne request looo 
jranted* 

Painting of Fences at tne San yranci sco Zoological 
Gardena, Tne Secretary preserted tne following bida for 
tfit above worki 

A, Quandt d Sona $3,fi^r 

J, Wm, Sorenaen 5,dYl 

Deemer £ Deener 9,euu 

W,G, Thompson ll,4ii4 

On tne recommendation of tne Superintendent and on 
motion duly made, aeconded and unanimously passed, tne 



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RESOLUTION Hq, ^^J^ 
RESOLVED unanimously by tne }*ark Comrr.iaaxon tnat • 
contract be awarded to A, Quandt and Sons, covering th9 
painting of fences at tne San Francisco ZoolvotCw^l Gardens, 
and tne Secretary be and he is hereby authomed to 
execute tne same m tne name of tne l^rk Commission and 
tnat payment tnerefor m tne amount of Three tnousand 
eight hundred and fifty 3euen ($3,tf6Yj dollars be paid 
from Appropriation 'Cl2'^uu~v^ (San Francisco Zoolootcul 
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McLaren FarK , On the reconnendation of tne Director 
of Properties^ tne Comnnsaion approved tne acquisition of 
Lot d^A in Assessor's SlocK SuOl, San FranciscOj from Jonn 
dilKe and Esther Diltce, 

Yacht Harbor, Apnroval o.f JJooriuQ Licenses, On 
motion duly TnadCf aeconded and urtAui77iO'u6ly pacacdf tne 
following applications for mooring licenses, Yacni Harbor 
were approved* 

■VALT CF AI^FU :AaT 

ifichael De Langs 

Sen E, Jonnsoit 

Lloyd A, Iron 

William cilery 

Austin A. Kelly 

S, Mcirui:en 

Jonn F» rassantme 

Artnur E,Scn'rum 

F, M,Sticn 

Sert C, Stone 

F. L, Yates 

Charles L* '-^'arney 



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RESOLUTION yn, lAHi 
RESOLVED unanimoualy by the Park Comm^aaion tnat for 
tne beat interest and proper oonduot of tne Park Department 
tne Controller be and is hereby requested to approved tne 
follovomg payments: 



C0LIEC70P. OF INTERNAL P.^VENV p 

Federal Tax on Admissions - August iy47 

Children's Quarters Yt,utf 

Fleishhacker Play field 46c. cw 

Fleisnhacker Bathhouse b3u»o'ti 

GEORGE FAULSEN 

Final Payment - Drainage Coreotions 
at Sharp Park L'unicipal Golf Course 

aatci/e P/:TZRSE^ c:- so/^s 

Final payment - Storage Room 
m Kesar Stadiwa 

h\ J. TREAOT 

Final Payment - PaadocK Dratnage Corrections 
at the San rranci sco Zooio;;*coJ Gardens 

WILT JAM I'cINTOSH 6 SCXS 

rmal Pavment - Addition to Upper Vending 
3ooth - Fleishhacker Playfield 

ARRAS BROTHERS 

Storage Room at the San Francisco Zool, Gardens 



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ClillFC ELECTRi: COUPAja 

Installation of Electric Fee 
the Uursery m 7olden Gate Parte 

CALiro:i.\-IA h'lRS CLOTH :0:ir ORATION 
Reneioal of Chain Link Fencing at the 
S, F, Zoological wardens 

CA LI y PRAIA 7 IRE CLOTH CORrCRATlOn 
rencmi of tn^ Camel Paddock m the 
S, F, Zoological hardens 

ASSOCIATED ENGINEERS 

Installation of an Irrigation System. 

at Soutn Park 

ASSOCIATED Eh'GTNEERS 

First Payment - P.epl<*cement of two m 



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Firat payment - Pamtinj I'erry^Go 'Round 
m Golden rate Park 



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Services in connection with construction of 



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Plans and apeeifica-tiona pre$anted* 



HESOLUTIOK NO. 14ti2 
RESOLVED unan^moualy by tne Paris Conmiaaion tnat for 
tne beat mtereai and proper conduct of the Parx Department 
the Controller be and la hereby requeated to approve tha 
following Allotmentsi 
Apyrorriation 



712''2uo-ul 

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Contractual Servicea -» 
General Division 

Mtce d Repair - Sidewulta & 
Roada (Regradmg Great Highway) 



?12-yu0'-ul~l Servicea of other Depta, 

Shop jfl - General Division 



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72 2-300-04 



Materials & Supplies - Zoo 

Materials >" Snppliea 
Recreattional Division 



712-3uo-u4-l Itatenala cC Suppliea - Resale 

Recreational Division 

712'13u-o4-'2 Waoea - Temporary ^ 

Recreational Division 



712-130-05 
712-5o0-yy 



Playground Supervision - Wages 
S, T,Zoological 'Tardena 



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RES0LUT:CN no. 14d3 
RESOLVED unanmously by tne ParK Conrr. .ssion tnat for 
tne beat mtercat and proper conduct of tne ParK Department 
tne Controller be and la hereby rrqueated to approve tne 
following Work Ordera: 




31u Purchaamg Dept» 
(Shop rl) 



311 Real Estate Dept, 



DESCRIFTION 



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Itisc, Services - Automo^ $l,5\ju,uo 

tive repairs, etc, 

July, Aug,, Sept, ly4V Add' 1, 



Services and expenses m 
connection with acquisi- 
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for McLaren Park 



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312 S,F. Water Dept. 



313 Dep-b* of Public 
Wka - Bureau - 
Street Repairt 



314 Jpurohmaing Dept* 
Reproduction 

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315 3, F. W^ter Dept» 



316 Purchtamg Dept, 
(Shop No, 1) 

31y Purcnmamg Dept, 
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Relooatxng 6** C J Lfm »,» $ 15u,ifl 
Fleiatih^cker Zoo on 
mccaunt of buxldmg 
oonatruotion 

Ui 80, Aspnttlt Surfticing 3uu,uu 

•a required Cr.G.pmrK & 
Snail FarKa and Squarea 
Oct, No,v,Dec, Iy47 

Blueprinting, Photoatat 75»uu 

aeruicea etc, - Oct^Nov, 
Dec, 1^47 - 5en. Diviaion 

iliac, Servicea 75, uu 

Oct, Nov, Dec, li^4? 
General Diuiaien 

J/iac, aerviceaj automo- 5,5uu,uu 

twe repaira, etc, for 

Oct,, .rou,, Dec, iy4V 

Blac lean I thing aervicea 5uO,0U 

Automotive repaira, etc, 

Oct, nov, Dec, lif47 

Conmaaary Diviaion 



Purchaaer of 
Suppli ea 
(Central Warehouse) 



Stationerp and Office 
Suppliea - Oct,, Nov» 
Dec, ib'4r 7en'l Divn, 



repaira 
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(public Bldga,) to equipment, etc, , 

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es^Md, RESOLUTION KG, 14o4 

RESOLVED unanmoualy by the Park Oommiaaion that for 

tne beat interest and proper conduct of the Park Department, 

hia Honor tne Ifayor be and la nereby requeated to have an 

emergency ordinance prepared appropriating $6,ubu from 

appropriation 712''lyy-'0u (Park Conpenaation Reaerve) to tne 

credit of tne following appropriations: 

ipproDriatton 
712-12U-U1 Temporary Salariea - Gen'l Divn, $ 5,31u,uu 

7l2''12U"V2 Temporary Salanea - Zoo Diviaion 770, vO 

to provide the funda for tne payment of tne aalanea of 

temporary employees required for the operation and nainte~ 

na- ce of the Parks and tne San Francisco Zoological Gardens: 





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u6u-l - Foreman (Jardenen ig $8bu.uu 
(For replacement of regular employees 
on aiclc leave)* 

U6u - Sub-Foreman (^ardenera e $24u,u0 
(For replacement of regular employeea 
for vacat\on reliefs) 

3454 - Telepnone Operator - Part Time 
(Saturdtya, 3i:ndaya and Holkdaya) 

Other temporary employmenta required to replace 
regular employees on aick leave 



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Temporary employments required to replace 
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It IS requested that thts ordinance be passed as an 

emergency measure as an actual emergency exists, the nature 

of the emergency being: 

Payment of salaries of temporary employees is 
required for the uninterrupted operation and 
maintenance of J-olden ''ate FarK, the Parks and 
Squares and the San Francisco Zoological Gardens, 



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Commission, tne ir.eeting adjourned at 6: v p,m. 




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A regular meeting of tne Park Covmxanxon wae held 
Thursday, September 25, 194?, at kcLaren Lodge, Jolden Gate 
park, Smn Franci sco» 

The folloioing Comni sax oners were present: 

it'r. Lloyd E, Wxlson, President 

ifr, Howard J, Finn, Commissioner 

Ifr. Edw, T, Haas, Commissioner 

Mr, Dan E. London, Commissioner 

Ur, Byron G-, Mobbs, Commissioner 

The minutes of the meeting of September 4, were approvei 

and adopted. 

Yacht yarbor, Veasrs, Eugene Penn'^tt and James i'ichael 



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at Tacht Harbor "or a period of sxt nontna, 



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'tne. The folloving extensions of time 



were granted: 

nh»y,im» T r^nynAu - i-hrrf.fi dans on contraot for tne 

application of an emulsified asphalt seal coat on the lam 
Drive, '7o'ien :ate I'crK, 

Anchor a oat Fence Division - fifteen days on contract- for 
the completion o/ the paddocfc fencing at tne S, 7, Zoological 

7arden8, 

Healy Tibbxtts Construction Company - tnirtv days on 
contract for the installation of a landing float at Yacnt 

Inrhor, 

William Ifclntoah d- Son - tmrty daya for the completion 
of work at the Uothers' douse, Fleishhacker piayfield, 

William I'artin and Son - thirty days for completion of 
alterations and additions to the convenience station at 

Huntington Square, 

r^.^niin -hrnn of Jn^ ^ ^r -ground Electric Cablf. to ^t, Dci^}dson 
jross. ?ke Secretary presented the follovnn; bids for the 




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Abbett Electric Company ^4 o5if 

MacCabe Electric Company 4 y(j(j 

On the recommendation of ttie Superintendent and on motion 
duly made, seconded and unanimously pasted, tne following 
resolution was adopted: 

RSSCI.I'TION II C, 14^1 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Ixirk Commission that • 
contract be awarded to ABBETT ELECT'.IC CVk'FAnT, 4?i! Tenmnia 
Streetj San rrancisco, covering the installation of an 
underground electric cable to Cross at Ifount Davidson Park, 
San Prancisco, and tne Secretary be and he is hereby mutnomei 
to execute the same m the name of the Park Commission and 
tnat payment therefor m tne amount of Four tnoisand and fifty 
n%ne ( ;4y059*C0) dollars paid from Appropriation 71ii-5iju-?? 
(Small Parks and Squares J» 
'..:siin ^-^ssian .'.'ill Inprove'^ient ^s soj^i at^on . The .Russian ' xll 

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r:?trtij :lTni:>ro vem ent .ssociation's request for a hearing on Thursday, 
October 23, on the proposal for creating a park on .lussian 
Hill, aas granted. 

Aquatic Park, The Columbus Day Citizens Connittee's 
request for permission to use Aquatic Ps,r}: for tne celebration 
of Columbus Day, Sun -lay, October 12, wms granted* 

,!ardi>,Q rarn, . Th^ Harding Park C-olf Club's request tm 
hold certain golf tournaments at Harding Park during ly4b, 
IMS held over until « later meeting. 
•iRiTuefo"- Conservatory Vdleu * The IHnety-Tirst Division Association, 
Znc, request for a floral display m front of the Conservm- 
tory, September 2C, 2? and 28, was denied, 

^ftar.h Sfrffet I-rv',sr-tu. Tne Davis Hardwood Jor.panu'a 
request that a cement sidewalK ^e constructed on "ne north 
8kde of Beacn Street, between Lyde and Larkm Streets, was 
deni ed. 



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Th9 following cowmum cations we^e read and referred ta 
ine Super tntenden-b for a report at tne next meet^ngt 

Prom four property owners requesting permission to nJaut 
trees m front 0/ tneir property on tne nortn side of LarKin 
Street, between Lonbard and Chestnut Streets, 

Pron lienso Turco, Attorney at Lata, renuest^ng psrrnssi on 
to plant tnree or four sycamore trees tn fr>^nt of ms property. 

Union Sciiare , The Inion Square Travel Aaeitcij's request for 
pemission to install a telephone for business purposes m 
Union Square ujas referred to Cor.missioner London for report* 

Cervantes JJonument. rold en Jate Farn . The Spamsn SookOt^eM 
sf Sen Prar.cisco and Sunnyvale 's request for permission to 
conmenor&te tne fourtn centennial of tne b*rtn of Cervantes 
On Sunday, September '^a, lu a,w. , by laym'j areatns of floioers 
at tne base of tf.e r.onunent m Qolden 70-"' I^ark, icua 7r^,»ted* 

G-oldm G-ate J^r/c , Frs, Anr.m .loss's reques-t .'or •■er«»ss«,or. 
tc sell a aonOj cortuvsed by ner, i •< ^Iden 7ate PcrK, vma 
dciik ed, 

Acuuti c Pcr-K, k'r, Tnonaa S, Dye*s request for uem^sst^on 
iu tar* Q seurlane m Aqust^c *MBrf, wt^a "idned, 

jncru ?crr,, ?r,e Secretary 'Mia tnstructea to refer tu tne 
^ity Attorney the Tac^f^c 7aa end Slectnc Ccutpany's request 
'.r a revocable uffrn»t for tne relocat- on of tne electric pule 
liue at Sharp parK, 
k-:HT\ : Jolden Jate FarK , t'r, Lome Surdu's vru.josal to install 

and operate a signtseemi ^rs;.-. ; n Golden Jcte ParK wma referred 
to tne Superintendent for ynvesti-aticn and re:>ort, 

Jutrv ram, l^rs, Evelyn TnonpSun's offer to lease Sutro 
FarK and conttruct an a; rropriate buili^ng tnere^n for team 
Ond ht,pnschool soCirClSj ::cc lenied. 

Beach Cnalst . I'r, Ray r. love's proposal for rental of 
ine 3each Chalet, v:as held over unt^l c later -.eet„ng. 



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Iwuy and Locomotive /ft a to r- 
/*iace of Fxtte Artm be 
devoted to a L'uaeum of Western Tranaportmtion and Commerce, 
wae held over until a later neetmg* 

^quatkC J<irK, L^iss Jrace Ferego'a proposal for ttie 
development and operaf, lOn of Aquatic Farnj loaa :.eld over uittil 
a later 'neet^ng, 

Ifias aarynnn Trood'a request for permisaion tv use AquatkO 
Pir* for a dance on October ;iij 1. 47, was neld over until o 
later "leeting^ 

Tne following lettcra were reac and referre'i ta tne 
Superintendent s 

Frva M, L, Stone recuestinj tnai tne tree be tri'^j^.ed m 
front of tit,8 hone on Arjuellu Soulevara, 

Fron Joa, ^luati recKeattn-) permksaion to fr*-. a tree »r» 
front of hia place of buameaa, 

From 2frs, Clinton J, :iufchxna request inj tnat a stune step 
be put near tne fountain m tne i^'arma fvr ii<.e use of tue 

cn^luren 

From ine Controller and City Attorney 'a Office aavis^ng 
of ine follo'omg cluima filed againat the City and requesting 
invest igatiOn and rspvrti 

From Ali,ce 0, Devosa for alleged ^njur^ea i:nen ane 
tripped and fell into an open unguardea iru,kna-e 
ditcn at fne 5.-^.-0 oio 7 ical 7ardena - JQl,:>41,^ 

Fron H, E, Walters for alleged mjur^ea lanen n§ 





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m tne siieu}alK at Aquatic Paric - 5,2ifr.ou 

Tne following lettera vjere reaa and ordered filed: 

Fron a committee of citi::ena requeatmi tat m baseball 
park be built m the vicinity of Church itnd Day Streeta, 

From the Controller's Office aub^nifting reporta of audita 
of parx department *a revolving fund, 

Fron tne Consul of lexico es-preasmg appreciation '-r tne 
hand program m honor of Lexico'a Independence Day, 





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. Tacnt Harbor * On the recommendation of the Director of 

"^^ }iecre*tion*l Activities, the Commiaeion cancelled the mooring 
liGen8§ of Mr, George Lunger and referred the delinquent 
account m the amount of $15, uu to the Bureau of delinquent 
Revenue* 

Yacht Harbor, Approval of l'oor i n:i Licensen, On the 
recommendat kOn of tne Director of F.ecreational Act^vitiee, 
the following applications for mooring licensee. Yacht Harbor, 
aere avprovedt 



VAVP. OF APPLICANT 


BERTH NO, 


JlAim OF BOAT 


Mrs* Eata Carufners 


7'A 


Hilar^a 


S. E, Eilburger 


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GinmicK 


E:lw, Westro 


21u 


Pan Air 


Walter T. Claudius 


Temp, 


Fun 


Antonio (Jhio 


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Storm King 


Frederic L'urpny 


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Suma 


P. E, VandewarK '■ 


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Jean-S'Lou 


V, 5. Su}anson 






Rudolph H. Carlson 


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Sland 


Lea Vojel 


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uere adopted: 

iijr.q{,j.i'T ;iC?I JiO, 1486 
RESOLVED unanimously by the ParK Conr.ission that for 
ins best interest and proper conduct of tne Park Depart-ent 
the C-ntroller be and is hereby requested to approve tne 
following payments i 



RALPH l!Ur,RA7 , 

Jirrcting lolden "rcte ParK Sand 

Annus t iy47 



ROBERT L. T^II^ON 
Tnird pro -reserve Payment - lenovction 
of Portion of Kezar Stadium 



$2,iy2,uu 



16,24^3.05 



T. C. BJJVrir y T) J> A ASSCrTATKJ) g^g/Ag^-^.o 
Sixth Progressive Payment - Water ^ppiy 4,6^5.Ju 

^nnection at J. J. Park Sewage Treatment Plant 





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ytnal payment - Replacement of Two Inch 
Water Pipe - Flexttihacker Pool 






Tinal Payment - Painting Merry'dO-Round 
\n Golden Gate Park 

TUni/AS F. CEACE 
Final Payment - Preparing Plana and 
Specifications m connection with the 
first unit of the rehabilitation of 
Kezar Stadium 

HEIltAM iz POLLACK 

Architectural Seruices m preparing a 
Plot Plan m connection with the proposed 
additi ona, alterations and re-arrangement 
of the Gold en Gate Park Conservatory 

ifORGAh CCttS'^PJJCTION C0}.fPA}J7 
First rayment - application of Emulsified 
Aarhalt Seal Coat on tne i/sm Drive 
Jolden ''■ate park 

ROBERT L. 7IL20N 
Text of Cylinders of Concrete re'Kesar 
Renovation by Abbot A, Hanks, Inc, 



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P.ESOLUTlOir :J0. 14tiY 
P.ESOLVED unani^noualy by the Park Connission that for tne 
best mt^r'^st and proper conduct of the Park Dmartnent tne 
Controller be and s hereby requeaied to approve tne following 
AlLCTMEXrS A^n -RA-JF^IS: 

ALLCTIM:U3 



Av'^rojjriation 
712'111-Ul 

712'112'0l 
712'112'U2 
71ii'lll~u3 

712-112-03 
712-112-U4 
712-5UU-77 



Prowi 

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Allowance for Overtime 
'imn^rtt. 7 li ni mnn 

Holiiaya - General Jiviaion 

Holiday - Zoo Division 

Allowance for Overtime 
Cowr.isaary Diviaion 

Holidaya - Conniaaary Division 

Holidays - Recreational Division 

Small Parka and Squares 

TRAN^Z^RS 
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Recreational Division 



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RESOLUTION NO. 1fRf> 
RESOLVED unmnimoualy by tne Pmrk ConmnBion tnmt far 
the best mterett and proper conduct of the Parfc Department 
h%$ Honor the Mayor be and i» hereby requested to have an 
ordinance prepared tranaferring $2,6tiu,uu from Apryropr nation 
712'iyy'UU (park Compensation Reserve) to Appropriation 
712'llU'Ul (Permanent Salaries - General Division) to provide 
funds for the compensation of one L 115 CheiAist, Sewage 
Treatment Plant j at the rate of $335, uu per month, effective 
November 1, li^Y, This new position with a compensation 
range of '^'335, UU to $4u5,0u is being created by action of the 
Civil Service Comnission and the position of one 174 Chief 
Operating Engineer, Activated Sludge Plant, at the rate of 
$36u,uU per month is eliminated. 




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RESOLUTION NC, 14dif 
RESOLVED unaitimously by tne ParK Commissi on that for tne 
best interest and proper conduct of the park Department tne 
Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the follow- 
in:7 Orders for Service or 7oric: 



ORDERS rOR 
SERVICE 

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City Title Insurance Title Insurance 
Company polivy .'vT Let 

€ - Block 6U2? - 
7oggin 

Calif, Pacific Title Title Insurance 
Insurance Company policy for Lot 1 

Block C136 
Ray T, PurKe, et ux 



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2ES0LUTIC1J yC, 14ifU 
RESOITSD unanimously by the Park Commission that for the 
best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department tne 
Controller be and is herfbj reaueatfa to a-prove tne ,^olloo- 
»n7 rork Order against tne Fuhrman Bequest - A-pronnation 



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leasing of City owned oil 
ImndSf mcquired fron tne Estate 
Alfred FuhTnnan, deceased 
[uthomed by Ordinance 
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Comnnssion, tne neetmg adjourned at 4.*45 p.m. 




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1 regular m€9iing •f in* i**rK C«iui»8«»«a ims /leltf 
|jft?:i22* ^^ j^^£gr#n lAig9, (^•Idtn (kk-te PmrK, S«n J>«nciaoo, rhur»<ay, 

Jfr. H»wsrd J, Finn 

Mr. Sdw, T, Hmti» 

Mr* D*n S, I.«n4or» 

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/ ^u«ttc FmrK * MtBU Graot f^rtg^'a pr»po««2 fr *At 
<«u«I.p«tfnt «n* op^raiion of Aqumi.c P^rk, 'j>9b held over uni.l 

• Imter me9i\ng» 

y, f, f oJ g«r», Jn-t. i*ri« Winler*9 pr»p#t»I *• 
l«s«« «ntf operBf tnt riei9nh9ck$r Pool Cmfe we rejeotH. 

Mr: 5«ii l%renie'9 propotml U !»••• «n< <»p«r«t« in9 

TU%9hh9CKer Pool Cmfo »•• rejeotei. 

nnran Sau9ro. The Union Squmre Travel Agency '• 
reque.t for perm.ee^.n to in.Ull • teleonone m Vn.tn 5qu.r. 
0«a held over un**I « Uier neeiing. 

propoo.l U rnet^ll .nrf ep^rate • ».r».«tur* ir.^n m 7olden 
aoie Pmrk we po»iponed pending furtner mveeUg^Uon. 

Mr. S.S. Hignto.er'o propoe.l U ^neUll 9nd operate 
. ^.m^ture ir^m xn aelden G*te P.rK we rejeeied. 

r... Planiina . Mr.. Jenn V. a.lgx^m 9nd inree otner 
property o.nere' requeei for per..eex.n fo pl.ni tree, en tn. 
nortn .^d. .f L.rXin Street, between Loub.rd end Cne.tnu, 
Street., .nd Mr. Ren.o Turc.'. reque.t for per^i..t.n to pUnt 
tree. >n fr.nt .f n.. property .t 14o. V.lleJ. Street, .er. 
po.tpon.d pending . .urvey end report fr.u tHe Superintendent. 



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On« jicir */ Si*nl§y Crun§9 fr^m ir*««« Jr««. •»< ir«rtf^ 
/#r •»« P*^r •/ r«t«. 

On* p«ir •/ or9Wn94 Crmn§9 /r*m Jfr. Hml D, i7t««i«n^ 
Aapitf C?**!/, S$uin !)«*•*•, /tr tn* p«»r •/ M»u/l9n 
Sh99p •nd •n« p*%r •/ i«u4«tf «ac«]i« 

/•wii jytinfrfJ 3gno?i» On tft# r««t»]ii«nrf«*»»» •/ *»• 

J§w9ii M9m»rMl Benoh •i in§ 3»uin lAk9, m Q9l49n (}*i9 FTk» 

gmrinm F^rK, Th% pl%n fT Imndte^ping *A« art* m 
0*9 H9U90 C9V9 t9«« *ppr909d mn4 th9 Super\ni9n49ni w 

%Utn9rlM94 i9 pr9G994 IMtih ih9 ••li f9r b%49m 

i^muci. Arahiieoiurml mn4 Sn atn99r\na 3eru\ C99. Tn9 Sup9r' 

\rZ\7 :\HUn49ni »«» in9truct94 *• 9ubMit pr9p999l9 fvm •r9h\t90i9 

%ik4 9ng\n99r9 f9r ••r»*ct« in */i# f9ll9V\ng pr9J9oi9i 

Li9n «nrf Pmonv49m H9U99 «••/# 

feny49rm H9U99 H9mUng 

KesT S-i%4\UM C9nu9ni9no9 5i«*»»»» 

a9l49n QmU P*rk, Irrig9ti9n Sysien, Unii N9. a 

Z90l9gie*l (Hr4en8 - rl*n9 /tr Conc999i9n Ceni9r 

3h9r9n Building - RenmbiUt9t^9n •/ /r»tc/i«n mn4 
C9nvenien09 ab9ti9n 

C9n9ervt9ry ar9Wing ir#ii»« 
fee p^ q g f« niemch9r9. On tne r909mmen49U9n ./ *«• 

Super%nien49ni *a.* it -uW b9 impr^oiic^bU U ch9ng9 int 
9rcniieoUr9l d99ign 9f in. bl99oh9T9 .* Big Re9, tn9 (7.«i..- 
9i9n 9r49r94 • p99tp9n9nent •/ • ••o.nd cmll /tr bid9 fr 
t/if t.nafrucfi.n ./ ••*< Mt.entrt u«i»I fuc/i ti.-ne «. 

mtendent, tne /.lU^mg •wrd9 .f c.nir9ct9 W9r9 «.*.l 



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r* J» intf«r««ii R§9fing C9mp*ny tl,u5it 

(7flcii Hfixng •ni Sht^t Mtt*! C§mp»ny $5tf(j 
^^.^iingitn /r^niltnaitn FTK, A* iH9 requeti •/ J^«««rt. Baldwin 

»»/r«»t»tni« •* ^ntm^itre Mr* »•• pui •uer until ihe meeting 
9/ N9 venter 13, li^7. 
Ujjrk: qelien amte P«r>r. T>%n%t\en :f Menument, The Uniie* 

Sellenie Auerieun Seeieiiee' prepeeel ie ieneie *• the eiiy, 
• nenuneni te be pleeed in Qelden aete ferk, wh\eh 9\11 
eewnemereie ine eeorifiee me€e by tne men en4 wmen ef Sen 
Trenexeee, mhe were in ine ermed fereee during W§rl4 Wer II, 
wee held ever uniil • leier meeimg. 
«„„ ^^»l^ gfn-ter FleMm . The Merme Cerpe requeei fer 

^ perMieexen U uee ine Civie Center Pies* fr the week eemmencxng 
Mendmy, Nevember lu, eemmeme ret mg t^e Mer^ne Cerpe 172d 
Annivereery, end te lend • helieepter in tne pU9e, wme pui 

ever un-hl • leter neetmg* 

f«n Tr^ncieee ^^^7>^x«>7 '7erdene, Ur. Cerey Baldwin 'e 
eppliemtien fer • leeve ef ebeenee fer tnree menthe te vie.t 
tne 7eee .n AuetreUe wee put ever unt.i e leter meeting. 

n... j. n^n*er Ple^e . The CemMumty Cht^t'e requeei 
fer permieeien te lend . helieepter m Civie Center «.*• •« 
Wedneedey, Oeteber 15, lu:3u «.»., »•• withdrew,.. 

Ji::::j;J:^j;_ r^rt Bu^ldms . The S.rtnem Celif.rn.e Minerel 
Seeiety'e requeei fer r^mieeien te held neetmge end eei up . 
lepidery ehep m ine AqueUc Perk Building, wee denied. 

p-.,. ^ ff Fine Arte . Vre. Etnel J. Kibbe'e prepeeel 
te leeee tne Peleee ef Fine Arte fer r.ller eketmg we held 
evfir uniil • leter meeting. 









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r*il«i/l *««r4'» r9qu99't tnmi tA« /l»»er 6«< jn /rtni •/ ia* (7»nt«r- 
pat^ry 5« jilftnt«< it ••»neai«r«t« "i^tfAlitr't W99K'*, N9vember y« 
iArtu^A M9oem,ber 14, W9 tfenit<. 

S. J. Tr999y - In«*«II«t*»n •/ F«*«r Ltn9 %a 
Bu9n9 7i9t9 P9rK - 9ixiy 4my9 

A9999\9-te4 Sngin99r9 - Irr*gr«*t#i» Sy9temt Unii N9,l - 
a9X49n amte r*rk - f*xty <«yf 

•/ tur6i»« #u»^ •* *ft« F«*er r»r*«, 5§lii«n (?«*« Furt - 
in^T-iy tf«y« 

a99rg9 r9ul99n - In»*«II«ti»n •/ Jrrigr«*»»n 5y«*«, 
2?»I#re« Jtultwr* «eni«r «*ri/ - 9\xty 49y9. 



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requ9at U U99 Um9n Squ9re, We4ne949y, OoUber 22, 1^7, /r»» 
11 U 4 P.M., *• 9-t9g9 • r9llV 94verti9xng tne P9ri9l9 Feat^vl 
9ni *• pr9vi9U tne a«2« •/ nemberanip certifie9te9, w«» 497^94^ 

The f9ll9\B%ng leiier9 »«r« rtf«* «n* referre4 *# t/i« 

/•r#» J/r. H. C.7ena9n9, D%reet9r, Dcp9ri:uent •/ Fubl.e 
W9rk9, reque9ting tnmt Uw br9nGhe9 be tri.-.«e< 9l9ng bvp999 
4r\v99 »» a9l49n Gate fmrle. 

Frem Ur, J9nn 0*T99le, City AtUrney, •4oi9%ng •/ 
el.im ./ Fre4 B.Squ^9r 9n4 requ99Ung invesU;79U9n 9n4 r9p9ri. 

Fr9M Ur9. R. Fuocre requ99Ung */i«t « tree be -trimM94 

m fr9ni •/ /i«r A»»#. 

Fr9n Ura. HiUm lHe49n9l4, oemplmimng •/ tne 99n4iU9n \ 

9/ the Linc9ln W9y 8i4e •/ (^914 en a9te F^rK. 

Frem S. Peter9 auggeai^ng tnat treee be pl9nU4 mUng 

duerrere Sireet. 





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Th€ /•ll»»ing letters were reu4 cntf eHerei filedt 

Frem tne fellewmg, extending cengrutul^tiena en tne 

reeeni eenventten ef ine AMert,e»n Inaiiiuie •/ Mrk Exeeuiweet 

Supermienieni, Ymneeuver ftiric C9jiMi9»ien 
Superintendeni, F*ric Department, Amen lie, Texme 
Bemri ef FarK Direetere, City ef Oelclend 

Frem tne Smn Freneieee Jumer Chember ef Cemmeree 
expreeetng eppreexet^en fer tne eeeietenee m tne reeent medel 
eirplene eenteet* 

Lend Furcheaea, On tne reeeumendetien ef tne Direoter 
•/ ^*P*^V» '^'^^ Ceeaiiaaien eppreoed tne pureneae af tne 
felUming lendt 

Tmeht Berber, Fareel Ne» i^ - Aaaeaaer'a BleoK 411, 
frem Betee Eetete Cempeny 

Taeht Berber, Pereel Ne, y - Aaaeaaer'a Bled 421 
frem F»G»& S. C§mpe»y 

Fleiahneeker Pley field, Fereel Ne» 13, - Lei 4u, 
Aeeeaaer'e Bleek vaul, frem. tne Welle Ferge Bank 
end Unien Truet Cempe^y end tne Bank •/ Celifemie 
X,A. 

MelMren Ferk - Lete 2 end 12, Aaaeeeer'e Bleek 6u04, 
frem Freneea 0, end Bugn E, Waed, 

Trena.fer ef Del}nquent Aeeeunt, On tne reeenmendetien 
ef tne Superintendent, tne fellewyng delinquent eooeunt we 



Lleyd E. Welleee 

Demege te Perk Praperty 



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Jeeht Berber Meerrng Lleenaea. On tne reeemmendetian 
ef the Direeter ef Reereetienel Aetivitiea, tne f aliening 
epplieetiene fer bertne at Teent Berber were eppravedt 



NAME OF APPLICANT 

Wm, A* Lunge Jr. <t 
Martin J. Kelly 

Rey £• Biteneeek 

M. J, Le vy 

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COLLECTOR OT INTERNAL liEVSMUE 

Federal Tax •'» i*mi««i#n« - September l^r 
Children* • Quarter* 01.10 

Flei9nh*eker fleyfield dua^al 

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the beet interest end preper een€uet ef trie Reris Depertment 
tne Contreller be end le nereby requested te eppreve tae 
fellewmg Orders fer Service er Wer^t 



ORDERS FOR 
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Cmmmm.nv fired uttlitiee »»» 

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October 2d J iy4Y 

A regular meeting of tne Park Cormiaaton loua add 
Thuraday, October 23, 1^47, 4:0u p.m., at McLaren Lodge, 
Golden J^ate Fartc, San Franeiaco* 

The following CoBMiaaionera were preaentg 

Lloyd S, Wilson, President 
Howard J", Finn 
Edw* T, Haaa 
Dan E, London 
Byron G» liobba 

The mmutea of the Park Commiaaion meeting held October 



if, 1947, were 'approved and adopted, 

Ruaaian Hill Improvement Aasociation * Tne uypltcatton 



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:s:rooe- of the Ruaaian Hill Improvenent Aaaociation praying that tns 

zent 

Conntaaion request nia Honor tne Mayor to cause certain 

property on Chestnut Street, between Hyde and I/irkm Streets, 

to be transferred from the Public Utilities to the Parle 

Department for park purposes, was fully heard and tnereafter 

granted by tne following vote: Ayes: Commissioners Haaa, 

London, and Mobba, Noes: Commisskonera Finn and Wilson. 

Civic Center Plas^. Mr. A. F. Banks', Retail Advertising 

Corporation, request for permission to use the Civic Center 

Plaaa for the week comnencmg Monday, November lu, to 

commemorate the Marine Corps' lr2d anniversary, und to land 

a helicopter k* tne plaza, was referred to President Wilson 

with full power to act, 

-wi... ffouse Cove. The hearing on Peterson's Water Taxi 
Service at Caa House Cove was put over until tne meeting of 

November 13. 

A gnatic Park. Miss }race Perego's proposal to lease tns 
land, buildmys and otner ^^.provements at A.uatic Park was 
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^ quai%o Parle Pter * The /trm of Punnett -Pares and 
Hutchxeon, Conaiting Sngmeera, sixbmitted a report on ui» 
underwater and aurfaee survey of tne numeipal pier at Aquatic 
parK and reoommended in partt 

That a protection of riprap should be placed uMiecLtately 
between Senta Sa and 61 on the east side and between Benta 
HG and 00 on the west side and tnat tnis work would cost tn 
tne neighborhood of $25,uuu» 

President Wilson stated tnat there were no funds ouuil- 
able m the budget for the riprap and since th^s wu«. urgent 
and an absolute necessity, n^s Honor the i/ryor should be 
requested to provide tne funds from the emergency reaerue. 

On notion duly made and aecondea, the following reao^ 

lution waa adopted: 

RESOLUTION NO. 14^0 

WHEREAS, on the BVtn day of August, 1j47, un agreement 
was entered into by and between tne Park Connisa^on of tne 
City and County of San Frunci3C0 una Punnett-Pare^ and 
Hutchison, Consulting Engineer,., for an underwater ana sur^ 
face survey of tne nun.cipul p^er at Aquatic ParK, San 
Francisco, Caluforrika, and 

WHE-.EA3, on October 2^, 1^'^, tne au.-i .Urm of Punnett- 
pares and Hutcnison submitted . report covering a«.d under- 




oater and surface survey 



* tne municipal pie 



ParK, stating m purt aa follows: 



That the pr 



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ine bay to u po»nt at varioua disiancea beluw tne low ena of 
ine concrete joc«e*« 9urrounahng ine green p^lea, TtiiS na« 
ouuatd «* /oiJur« of tne p^l9o aue to tne bormg of ine teredos, 
and tne aeoK na* aubaidea aa huca a« u foot (^nd « naif m the 
worst »natunctf^ 

3, Ttiat tnere anould be some proteotton placed unned- 
tdtely *n tne nature of rtpr\*p between bento bn and 61 on tne 
east 3xde and between benta 3o and da On the west Skde, That 
tma Will stop the scouring dnd nave u tendency to force u 
shoalino Up between tne two Ixnea of rtpr\»pm 

4. That tne eatimufc of cost of purcnas»rj7 and placing 
tne rtprap and engineering services w^ll be $2o,iju<j, c»nct 

WHSREASj the Commssion ao» studied tne complete report, 
together Witn tne charts submitted, and concur vitn tne 
findings ana recomneniations ciaac by tne /tr« of ^nnett-Pareu 
and ffutcnison, and 

WHERSAS, tne Commisaion deeas it advisable tu proceed 
immediately witn tne purchase and placing of tne riprap to 
protect tne pier from furtner aar^age, but aoes not nave tne 
necessary funU^ available in its budget appropriation, 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by tne Park Coviaisakon 
tnat for tne immediate necessary preservation of publiO 
yroijerty and safety ana for ine beat .nifire^l and proper 
conduct of the ParK Departr..ent, his Honor the Mayor be cua 
iS hereby requested to nave an ordinance prepared appropriat- 
ing $25,uuu from tne Emergency Reserve tu tne credit o.-' tne 
folloismg appropriations 

?lii-ouU'luu: ror tne purchase and placing of 

riprap and enginearmj services 
for tne protection of tne Aquatic 
park Pier agamst furtner danage. 




Tr^.. Plant ihQ . Mrs. Jonn 7. Jalgiani and -hree otner 
'property owners' requests for permission to plant trees on 
tne north side of LarKm Street, tetv^een Lombard and Chestnut 
Streets, and Mr. Ren.o Turco's request for per»ission tw 



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plant trees m front of his property at 14ud Vallejo Strest, 
were postponea pending a survey ana report from tne Superm^ 
tendent* 

(cr.iizenti : }(onumentti. The Unitea Hellenic Xmertcun Societies pruyosec 
gift of a monunent to be placed m (Tolden Gate rurn, couunem-^ 
urutnig tne World War II persunnel u.«o ine Veterutts of Foreign 
Wars and tne Chineoe Post if4oldj propoaea gift of u monument 
to be placed m Portamouth S<]uare for Chmeae Veteruua wno 
d»ea m World War II, were ordered held m abeyance pending 
furtner stuaym 

Aquatic ParK, Tne Senior Clasa of Galileo Htgn School's 
request for permission to use tne Aquatic ParK Builamg for 
tt dance m January, and all otner requesta for the use of 
tne building J were ordered held m abeyance pending a report 
of the cost of Operating the bulldlng^ 

Ifiue Leave of Absence, Ur. Carey Baldwin's request for u 

^jcice: leave of absence voaa denied^ 

jfjeii Jewett lieiJioriu.1 Sencn* On tne recommendation of tne 

llnorial 

}tr,ch: Superintendent, tne Commisaion aia^upruvea **.. aaaittonul 

macr option tu tne Jewett Memorial Bencn, 
:mflUa Camellia Tree. Jolden Jate Park . The Superintendent 

"Sap « 

^"^ reported that tne Camellia Tree (Camelliu Japomc^), luCuted 
on tne Mam Drive, near ine Tell uni 5tu,.yu/» StreeL c.^t^uuce 
to 7olden Tate ParK, tiaa been aestroyea by vunaala, by cutting 

ana drillmgm 
Accjient Accxaent Report . The Superintendent re port ea tnat 

^'"^' Cnevrulet Station Wagon, City license Ecauld, naa been in- 
volved m um uccident, causmg d^m^ge to a none at 17uv <tda 

Avenue, San Franci sco, 
nr ^-enar Staaiuia, IT. Trev Burroux, ' ,repr Silent mg tne San 

Prancisco Junior College, request fur permission to n^ve tne 
footbull game ^cneaulea Friday, November V, ut A'e^-r Staa.u^, 
broadcast, was referred to President Lloyd Wilson ^mtn full 
power to act. 



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^ala^e of Fine Arits, Mm. S, Lee Stevenao.^'a re^ueav 

of fine , , 

trUt fo^ per»t,8aion to tJiiotogriApn tae rotttitdu 0/ tne ralace of 

Fine Artis *n connection mitn stua^ea o«» urcintecture, i0u« 

gj^i^ted, 

Aauutic Pur/r. Ifr, Peter Roaa' request for permieaion 
to use Aquatic i^rk u* u teeu uge center louo aen^e(i, 

Tree Plant tna. The request for replacement of acv»c*o 
trees m front of Xfisuion High School wua referred to the 
School Departinent, u« ^ matter covung unaer *t« jur^sa^ct^ou, 

Sun j''runCi3Co ZoologkC**! Jardena . The Secret\*ry louo 
mutructed to reply to kists Colleen Lewns ' cowman* cut to» On 
nuttera pertaining to the Zoo, 

Uttmions fxter.aions of Time:, The following extenotOuo of tune 

if ?T,\t : 

loere grunteag 

Anchor Fost Fence Comps*uy * %io days on contriict 
for tne inatullution of paaaocK fencing at tne Zoo, 

Chuo, L, Harney - 30 a^^ya Ou contract for tne 
^J,ppl^c^AtlOn of i*»» enulokfiea u,opnalt ae^*l ovat 0.. 
tne Main Dr^ve, Golden 1-ate Parx, 

Aaaociatea Engineers - ^1/ aays on contract for tuc 
Water Supply connection at tne Sewage Treutnent 
Pl^nt, 

Willkaui Mcintosh. - dO au.y«i o»» contract for tne 
renahilitvktion of convenience otation ^z Al^^nu 
Square, 

Punnett-t*area c/»o HutcnioOn - <iO daym On contract 
for tne unaerwx^ter ana surface purvey of tne 
liUniCipal Pier y*t Acuatic Parii, 

The following letters, were reaa ana referrea to tne 

Superintenaentt 

From Dr, J, C, O-eiger encloo^ng conmun^c^t^on ^nd 
petition from 1^8. L. J. Pont.er compl^m.ng of conaitiuns 

»!• Alamo Square, 

From tne City Attorney re,,ueat./.p ynveot.gat.on of cl^.m 
filed by 7irgin.^ Casey .n the ^nount of $lu,uuu for .njune. 
.u«tu»uea uhe.. .« employee of tne ParK Department .nvitea 
ner oon, - m.nor, to nae on - bulldozer. 






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The folloumg lettera were re-u «./*(! oraerea jnl^aj 

JVo« tAe £7?iie/ -4d«*«i strut* »« 0//»cer, Tftonuo i. Broo»a, 
«u6«t***n9' prel^mmury aurvey on tne Pulace of Fine Art^* 

From fi>a Honur zae Mayor relutkoe to niUppleittanZ^X 
yt^propr^ati Ontt, 

From Homer Snom* 

From tne ClerK of tne Boura of Supervmora eiiclomno ^n 
i,rticle v*"Ci ^/♦otw*»tut*c Cvpy vf proposea atad^umt 

From tne Stirir.era HoapitK*! tn^jnttctng tne Cour.nsatOn -«o 
atuff for tne flower coittr^buVhOit. 

From Lloyc S, Ackerin^n tnr^nKmg tne KjOmihrn^a tOn fur tne 
floral ofj-ertng. 

From tne Helicopter Servicco of California tn,^iiKitt,g tne 
ConmiSaion for tne ne^^rmg. 

From, tne Board, of /'ur« CottintsttkOitern, ^r«*no Forna^ liorvu 
Dakota ui»a tne Commteo toner of j*urKs ^wa i^blt,c Pru^erry, 
Ceaur Rap,,a<»j low^, extending congratulaZtonu on tne recent 

convention* 

Froci tne Director of program, Columbu^ Day Citizato' 
Committee, tn^^King tne Comitsoion 'or cooperation m tne 
recent Columbuo Day celebr^^tion. 

^oL^o^ of cI-»~/*2ca ^if" -^"^ Cnntroller'a Office by 
Veata Jran^m »» tne ^uount of .;2ou fur i.^jane^ ouat-i-ueo 
frum tripping over a tree root gruwmg m tne p-ta w.t tne 
iluaic Concourtte, 7olaen Gate ParK, 

ICeaar Stuaiun_. Tne Secretary Wu« autnur^sea to execute 
football agreeae.a iDitn tne San Franciaco Clippera for the 
use Of Kesur Stuaium fur a football gu,ne o.. l^ovember ^, 1^4tr, 

'^rcu^Hfer of P f]rnauent Accounto, On tne reconrr.enaution 
of tne Director of Recreational Activities, tne following 
account, were oraerea referrea to tne Bureau of Delinquent 
Reveituet 




Ruay Smitn 
S*F* Examiner 



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TaQfit Harbor, Cancell^Uo. of ^nny,^...^ ^ -t try On 
motion auly /«ua« una tseeonaea una upo^ recouraenciuttuu of 
tae Director of Reoreutionul Activities, tne moor.ng Ucenon 
vf Rudy Sm^tn, wue cancellea* 

J-Q^fit ^arbor. On notton auly muOff una eeconaaa tne 
following moormg ltcenae,~,ut Tacnt Harbor were ^^ypruueas 
NALE OF AF^'LICAnT dSRTH NO. UUE OF BOAT 

Damon J, L'lller Joy Margo S 



Geo* A. LewkS u»<i 
B, S» Huynen 

Lenl^e H, Feter Jr, 



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hiolui' one: On motion auly Muue uno ottcouuea, tne folloiontg reoolu- 






tiono were i^aoptedd 

RESOLVTlOU aO. 24 y» 
RESOLVED Uns*iiym0ualy by tne /\*r/c ConmiSaion tnux for tne 
beat kutereot una proper conduct of tne r^rK Department tne 
Controller be una m nereby requeatea to i*pprove tne foll%/v~ 
kug pK^ynento : 



CALIF OP. Ma PACIFIC 
Furcnaae of Lot o- 
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McLaren Ftirm, 



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A2fCHCR FUST FFr^ci: CO, 
Ftrat payment - Inat^^llat kOn of raaaoCK 
FenCkuQ of tne SmF,ZoolujiCs*l ^craens. 



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*0opnult oei*i cuut On tne i'atn Dr^ve *.» 7olne<t 



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J. mil. JO.lEl.iiUJil 
Fir^it Puytntnt ^ ?Iuifii»^ ana Fatntiug of 
Conner vatory J Qolaen J-ate rK*rk» 



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RESOLVED Un^nnuously by tae FarK ^o/v/.» s^i-ui* rriui fur 
tne beat mtere^r ana .njucr coniuct of tne rarK Department 
tne Controller be ana *» nereby renueatea tw ^^prwe tne 
follow t,ng AlluXrientot 








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Taoni Harbor Land Ibu.uo 

Eqin^jnent - Conontsaury Division l0,C)O/.uc/ 



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Maternjkla una Supplies 

ConmkSsury DivtShOn lflwu,u(j 

Foodatuff*, - Comrnani^ry Division iii^juuu,^u 

Allowunce for Overt une 1,1u\j,<j{j 

General Division 

Allou<^nce for Overtime 
Conunsss^ry Jiui^tun 



Yla-ldu--v4-i:, Wages - Tenuorury 

RecreatioTitjtl Division 

71ii-ldu-K/d-^ Wagea - Temporary 

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RESCLVTIOa 1,0. J4^g 
RESOLVSD UHv^ut-Tiously by tne i^r/r Conr.tSoion tn^t for 
trt« beat mtereaZ una prober conauct of tne rurx Departr.ietit 
tne Controller be und is nereb- reuueatea to -approve tne 
following Worn Oraera: 



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^^v Re^l Estate Dey^rtient Service und Ex^ense^i 

re ^cquisityuii of 
FlemnnuCKer Flfa. 
Parcel ---• 

a^l .?c-I Esta-te De^urtient Service una, E=peu3ea 

re ^acquisition of 
Jucnt Harbor L^nd 
2*arcelo ^y fruui 3zteo 
S3ttj,is Co, ^na Fac^fkC 
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A regular meeting •/ the Park Comntesien wae held 
Thursday, Meuember 13, 194?, at MoL^ren Udge, fJelden Gate 
park, San Franciace* 

The /ellewing Cemmieal enere were preeentt 

Mr» Lloyd Wileen, President 

Mr* Heioard J, Finn 

Mr* Sdw, r. Haas 

Mr, Dan Em Londen 

Absent: Mr, Byren 7, I/ebbs 

The minutes ef the Park Commissien meeting held, on 

Thursdq^ , October 23, 1947, were approved and adopted* 

Tas House Cove , The hearing on the Harold S, Peterson's 

Water Taxi Concession at Jas House Cove aas put over until 

the meeting o/ Kov ember 25, so that the Comnission might 

visit and inspect the property involved, 

|?.-.T5n;t*n Euntinoton Park , The hearing on the application for 

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certain improvements at Huntington Park was put over until 
the meeting of Kovember 25, iccsuac the applicants failed to 
appear in support thereof, 
"vf Tree Plcntin-:, On the recomjteniation of t he S'^zerin- 

tenient, permission sas granted to M^o, John 7, Zalgiani, 2C2C 
Izrkin Street, Mrs, 7uiio Z, ^a-lieri, 2620 Larkin Street, 
y"?, ^t L: Iji'fff '•<»»^ ^f?? La'^ki'^ St^9tf 91^ _'-•. l^.gtr.t ~. 

'^.enso 
f^rco, 14:e 7zlZe:» Street, to plant sycazo^e trees, en the 
siierelks in front of their z^operty* 

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-* naup. rnment Leases * The Secretary was direoted t» refer 

lji0Sll ^^ ^f^g City Aiterney f§r epinien and aduioe, the releaeee 
ctvering the property at Land's JSHd and Aquatic Park Pier» 

Pfftaneuth Square* Mr* F* H* (ronealuee and Mr* Thonae 
i, Macdonaldj representing the Veterans •/ Foreign Wars, appear- 
§d and stated that the nsrchants md residents of Chinatown 
W9u2i like to erect a suitable monunent or plaque in Ports- 
mouth Square to conmenorate the nenory of the Chinese members 
%f the armed forces who died in World War II* 

President Lloyd Wilson declared that there were several 
similar requests from ether groups and that the Commission 
mas now making a study of the entire matter and would adopt 
a policy in the very near future* 

Sunnvside Proposed Plauiround , President Lloyd Wilson 
advised Mrs* R* Ross, representing the New Sunnyside Improve- 
ment Club, that her request for a playground shouH be pre- 
sented to the Recreation Commission, as a matter coming under 
its jurisdiction* 

Un jon Scuare* The Pacific Broadcasting Company's request 
for permission to use a section of Union Square, was denied. 
aoiaen (}ate Park ^h^"'^^ Chanr>el. The Secretary rsc 
-S°el : authorised to execute contract No* 13477 with the Pacific 

Telephone and Telegraph Company, covering the establishment 
of a signal channel in 'Jolden 7ate Park* 

ifnnnlev Scumre, The Secretary was directed to advise 
the Director of Property that the Commission favored the 
acquisition of land in the vicinity of McKinle y Square by 
the State as part compensation for park property to be 
condemned or surrendered for use as part of the Bayshoro 

Freeway* 

Annatic pari, . The Secretary ~. dtrecUd U reply t, the 
Itarina Home Owner, Protective Aeeociatien oiut.tnj thm ./ 
the plan, /.r the future uee ./ the A.uatic Park ani th. 
Palace of Fine Arts* 



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Plefhhacker Play field s Mr» Rein9 Nienelm'a pr9p98al t« 
9per*ie kiddie-oar ride9 in the Fleiahhacher Play field, t9«« 
referred te the Superintendent fer repertm 
<iMervat9rv Cenaervaterv Valleij, The aideen'a request fer a flewer 
arrangement in frent •/ the Cenaervatery, (Jalden Gate Park, 
vaa referred ta the Superintendent far repart* It waa deter^ 
mined aa a natter af palicy that hencefarth na such applica" 
tiana wauld ba granted unleaa the applicant wauld aaauwte the 
expenae therean, except in axtraardinary cases* 

■SsJeosg of Claim* On the recammendatian af the City 
Attamey, the Conmiaaian appraved the settlement in the onaunt 
af $300 in the caaa af Jamea J, and Zennia M* Callina va. City 
and Caunty af San i' rand sea » 

Zestar Stadium* The Bay Area 'a Amuaanent Company 'a requaat 
far permiaaian ta uae Keaar Stadium on Sunday, December 14, 
1947, far a faotbadl game between Prairie View University af 
Prairie View, Texaa, and Wilberfaree Univerafty af Zenia, Ohia, 
vaa granted and the Secretary waa axtharizad ta execute an 
agreement* 

Keaar Stadium, St. Mary'a Callege'a requeat for pemia- 
aian ta we Keaar Stadium on Sunday, Octaber 10, 1948, far a 
faatball game with the University of Hawaii waa taken under 
aubmisaion. All ather datea requeated were dmied* 
'iHing and Harding and Lincoln Jalf Couraes^ The Harding Park and 
Lincoln Park 7alf Cluba' requeats far pernisaian ta held 
club champianship taurnamenta canmencinp Octaber 10, 1948 and 
May 2, 1948, reapectively, were granted; all ather datea were 

deniedm 

The palicy adopted by the Commieaian at ita meeting of 
Navember 14, 1946, gaverning taumament play in piUic galf 
couraaa, waa re-affirmed far the calendar year of 1948. 

Auuatic ParkM On the r ecammeniatian of the Superintendent, 
Healy Tibbitta Conatructian Campany'a -.queat far an extra 
payment in the maunt af .^446.19, waa rejected. 







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ydel Yacht Club , The Superintendeni; was diret bed t9 
expedite the inatallatien ef the heating unit in the Medel 
Tacht Clubheuae, (Golden date Pork. 

A quatic Paris , Until auoh time aa funda are available fer 
the municipal operatien of the Aquatic Park Recreatien Center^ 
the Cenmiaaion appreued cenmunity groupa halding dancea in the 
center, praviding the applicanta cenfarwi with the requirenenta 
and defray the caat af aperating the building, 

Ifind 'a End, The Superintendent waa directed ta submit, 
at the meeting af Navember 25, a plan far fencing aff dangereua 
trails and placea in and about Land'a End praperty and fer 
paating af apprapriate aigna, warning the public af the danger. 
The fallowing Je ttera were read and referred ta the 

Superintenlentt 

Tram Mr, M, C, Maybury requesting the playing af "7ad 
Bleaa America" by the Galden Tate Park Band. 

Tram the Lakeside Home Owners Asaociatian requesting that 
treef^ along the west side af Junipera Serra boulevard be 
tri'yimed, staked and watered, 

Fram Waddington Blair making suggestions far imprauementa 

at Land 'a End, 

From lira, Chriatapher Sarantia requeating permissian ta 
put red flowering eucalyptua treea on the outer edge af the 
sidewalk in front of her residence at 856 Castra Street, 
Fram lira, Lan Hughea requeating permiaaion to plant 
black acaciaa in front of her property at 2011 Broadway, 
From Dr. Eimund 7. Anderaan requeating permissian ta 
plant three sycamore trees in front af hia reaidence at 2761 

Scatt Street, 

Fram ¥r«. 7earge Ferrier requesting permissian ta remave 
• tree in front of her property at 1382 35th Avenue, which 
has orown into the aewer pipe. 

Pram Mr. (Jea, Jrover requeating that foot patha be 
placed in the Panhandle near Fell and Aahbury Streeta. 



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Fren J»hn J. O'Toole, City Attorney, advfing of claim 
filed by Yeata Grahan in the amount of $250 FOR damages 
suffered while walking en the main path at the Muaio Concourse, 
Golden Gate Park, and requesting investigation and report* 

From Miss Mabel I. Dewing concerning the seals at the 
San Francises Zoological Gardens* 

From Mr* 5. Herrod Gomneniing on Kesar Stadium, 

From Mr, E, W, Collins commenting on the sand dunes at 
the beach* 

The following letters were read and ordered filedt 

From the Marina Home Owners Protective Association 
suggesting that the Palace of Fine Arts be used for a flower 
show and that $50,000 be included in next year's budget 
toward rehabilitating the rotunda and colonnade of the building* 

From Senator Gerald 0''Gara thanking the Commission for 
the hearing on the proposal of the Russian Hill Improvement 
Association* 

From the Central Council of Civic Clubs commending the 
Commission 's action in accepting the parcel of land on 
Chestnut Street, between Hyde and Larkin Streets, for park 
purposes* 
^•*?n«f»na Exfertsions of Time* The following extensions of tijne 

were granted: 

Arthur Wallgren - ten days on contract for the replacement 
of an 18 inch sewer intake line to the Sewage Treatment Plant, 
Oolden Gate Park* 

Adam Arras & Son - thirty days on contract for the alter- 
ation is CSit Tower* 

Yacht Harbor , On the recommendation of the Director of 
Recreational Activities, the Secretary was directed ts forward 
notice of intended cancellation of nooring license to Mr* 
Joseph F* Aleck Jr* 



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Trans fer •f HtlinQue-nt Accounta, On the rec§jimendati9n 
9f ih« Superintendent, the fellewing delinquent aooeunte were 
referred te the Bureau of Delinquent Bevenuet (Damage te 

Park Preperti99). 

/••• A. De La Reaa $15.00 

ra. C, Fleming 10.00 

Yacht Barber Ueortna Licenaea. On netian duly made and 
aecanded, the Conmiaaien appreued the fallowing applicationa 
fer Tacht Harbor Mooring Licenaeat 
friuv nv A pPLICAUT SpRTH NO, 

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140 

167 

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R, A» Medcraft 
L* A,Randle 
Albert A. Renbold 
Janet McTeever 
Frank Pelaprat 



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Sharwiel 
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luiiona were adeptedi 

ttJt, nVfiOLUTION NO. 1499 

RESOLVED unaninoualv by the Park Commiaaion that for the 
beat intereat and proper conduct of the Park Department the 
Controller be and ia hereby requeated to approve the fallowing 



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RALPH MURRAY ^ ^ _ ^ . 

Directing Golden ^ate Park Band 

October 1947 

Federal Tax on Admissiona ^^'^•^Y57.21 

150,20 
147,59 



$ 1,745,60 



355.00 



Children 'a Quartera 
Fleiahhacker Playfield 
Fleiahhacker Bathhouae 



HARRY A THO MSON JR^ . 

Final Paym%t -^^'P''''^ll/J;,^l\^n 
Specificationa in ctnnfcti.n lottn 
alterationa to the Mother' a Houae, 
Fleiahhacker Playfield, 

^TTTTAy MCTNTOSH .SM addition. 



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§f the Superintendent, the fellewing delinquent acc9unta were 
referred te the Bureau ef Delinquent Reuenuet (Jamage te 
Park Prepertiee)* 

Jea» A» De Im Rea* $15*00 

Wn, C, Fleming 10»00 

faoht Barber Ueorfna Licenaea, On matien iuly made and 
aecandedj the Conniaaian appraved the fallawing applicationa 
far Tacht Harbar Maoring Licenaea: 
VAUE OF APPLICANT BERTH NO. 



J, Arvid Jahnaan 
R, A, Uedcraft 
L. A,Randle 
Albert i. Rewibeld 
Janet McKeever 
Trunk Pe lap rat 



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167 

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'.tstlutions : On metien duly made and seconded the fallaiHng reao- 
lutiana were adoptedt 

euK9. nv.f^nj.VTjoll NO. 1499 

RESOLVED unaniir.oualy by the Park Commisaiar that far the 
beat intereat and proper conduct of the Park Department the 
Controller be and ia hereby requeated to appravr the jo Hawing 



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paynentat 

RALPH MURRAI ^ ^ r> a 

Directing Galden 7ate Park Band 

October 1947 

Federal Tax on Admission a ^''^•^l%^%*^ 

Children's Quarters i/o 20 

Fleiahhacker Playfield i^O.^o 

Fleiahhacker Bathhouae 147. ^v 

''jtnol Paj/«^t^:^epar<np Plan, and 
Specifications in connection with 
alterations to the Uother'a House, 
Fleiahhacker Playfield, 

^rrrTAyVrTVTOSJI-JOM additiona 




NAIiE OF BOAT 
Suaixi 
Rab^n 
Randa 
Sharnel 
larcna 
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C§nc§ur»e Drainage System, (Leiden Gate Park 

mU TIBBITS CONSTRUCTION COMPAKT 
Jirii Payment - Replaoement •/ Piles and 
Csnatructien •/ a Public Landing at Tachi 
Earberg San Tranoisoem 



$6,997.50 



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RESOLUTION NO, 1500 
RESOLVED unanimaualy by the Park Cemniesien thar fer the 
beet interest and preper oenduct ef the Park Department the 
Contreller be and is hereby requested te appreve the transfer 
•f $630.00 from Appropriation 712.199.00 (Park Compensation 
Bsserve) to the following Appropriationst 



712,110.01 Permanent Salaries - General Division 

(1) Additional required for one L115 Chemist, 
Sewage Treatment Plant - account of 
sonority of appointee 440.00 

(2) Additional required for one 060 Sub 
Foreman hardener (Oliver J. Massing) 
who was reached for certification 
while in the military service, in 
accordance with Section 153 of the 
Charter as amended 



$ 510.00 



70.00 



712.110.04 Permanent Salaries - Recreational Dioiaiot 
Additional required for one 0166,1 Junior 
Operating Engineer fJiaurice Stanton) assigned 
ts an employment from the gross compensation 
of which was deducted ilO.OO per month for th^ 
use of the North Windmill Cottage which is 
now uninhabitable. 



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HESOLUTION NO. 1501 

RESOLVED that all non^civil service appointmmts, temper^ 
ary appointments and removals made by the Superintenient of 
Parks for ihe months of June through September 1947, be and 
the same are hereby approved^ and 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a report of said appointments 
and removals be transmitted to the Controller and the Civil 
Servioe Commission» 





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RESOLUTION HO. 1502 
BESOiySD unanim9U8ly by *h« Park Cowmi9»i»n that fT the 
b99i intereai and proper conduct of the Park Department the 
Contreller be and ia hereby requested te approve the following 
Work Order t 



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323 S»T,City and County Compensation Disability $2j200,00 

Employeee' Retirement Benefits and Medical 
System Charges other than for 

S,F, Hospital for six 

months period ending 

December 31, 194? 

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^RESOLUTION NO. 1503 

WHEREAS, on the 10th day of January, 1944, the City aid 

County of San rrancisco executed a certain lease with the 

Government of the United States of certain property in the 

City and County of San Francisco, described as follows, to wit: 

All that certain real property situate in the City 
and County of San Francisco, State of California, 
lying northerly of the Ordinary Low Tide Line, 
easterly of the easterly line of Recreation Pier, 
westerly of the westerly line of Hyde Street, 
extended northerly, and southerly of the following 

^"^''A'LimS r^ ,.;. intersection of the jojxtjerly 
line of Lewis Street, extended wesHrly, with the 
ilZl./i,. Tin. ^f r^./r^ation Fi^y? thence easterly 
along the' said "southerly line of Lewis '^'*^««*^ 

extended easterly, to the point y.^^^^^^^t'l^tnue 
thereof with the westerly Ime of Van .Vcsj Avenue, 
extended northerly; thence northerly along said 
westerly line of Van Ness Avenue, *^**"f J .^JJ*'^- 
erly; a distance of 75 feet; thenoe at a right 
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i§ a point on the weatcrly line of Hyde Streetj distant 
thereon 50 feet southerly from the intersection thereof 
with the southerly line of Tonquin Street* 

Together with the land wharf, floats, piles, etc*, 
located at the westerly end of the above described 
property, CONTAINING approximately 19 acres* 

WHEREAS, it was agreed in said lease that at the termina- 
tion thereof, the said federal government i» uld restore said 
property to the original condition in which it obtained the 
sane from the City and County of San Francisco; and 

WHEREAS, said lease has now expired and said government 
#/ the United States has restored said property to the 
eriginal condition in which the same was obtained from the 
City and County of San Francisco; 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Park Commission, 
that the aovernment of the United Stat-s is hereby absolved 
from any and all liability under the aforesaid lease and that 
his Honor the Mayor be and is hereby requested to execute 
appropriate releases to the :Jovernment of the United States 
discharging it from liability under the above described lease. 



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Commissi on, the meeting adjourned at 6:15 p.m. 



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-^ ru««d«i/, November 25, 1947, 4fOO p,n,, at McLaren Lodge, 

Go}den Gate Park, San Francisco, 

The following Comniasionert were preaentt 

llr» Lloyd E, Wilson, President 
Mr, Howard J, Finn 
Mr. EiiD, T, ilaaa 
Mr, Dan S, London 



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Absent: Mr* Byron <?• Mobbs 

The ninuiea of the Park Commission meetin-j of November 
13, 1947, were approved and adopted, 
^t) Souse gga House Cove, Mr, Harold 2, Peterson appeared end 

presented a plan for the relocation and improvement of the 
water taxi concession pier at 5a« Fettff* G9U9, The plan was 
approved in principle and Mr, Peterson was invited to submit 
• proposal for the operation of the concession. 

The Superintendent was directed to proceed rith the 
beautification of the unimproved land adjoining :^s h'ouse Jove. 
Euntimton Euntinnton Perk, At the request of the replicant the 

hearing on the application for certain inprovements at 
Huntington Park i:)as put over until -"he meeting of December 11, 
I\'orml In formal 'ids, 2he Superintendent presented tht results 

of the following informal bids: 

nnn.9^r,mt,orv - Jn -'«ta 7 is ti on Q " 3" rC 3 Supp l ]^ Service , 

C 'ha va 'Xi '^ Sz e'J^c rt, Lt", $S, BSd, 00 

Oriental Tea Gard en_-_JnsUJ.lation of 2" 0^8 Sufflj, 

'Mara and Stewart, Ltd. $2,900.00 

The above bids were rejected owing to the fact that they . 
^ere over and ab.ve the $2,000 liinit prescribed for informal 

bida. 

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Acuatic Park ilunicipal Fier, k'r, Jules Cuenin appeared 
to inquire ivhen the public would again be allowed to fi3h off 
the municipal pier ct Aquatic Park, The President stated that 
as soon aa the papers were executed and the pier was returned 
to the custody of the Commission, which he believed would be 
about six weeks, the pier would again be open to the public, 
palace of ^ine Arts, The request of the San Francisco 
r Amtrican Red Cross for permission to use the PaJccs 



Ohapte 



of Fine Arts oi 



Wednesday evening, June 23 and Thursday noon, 

notion uji th the Red Cross 



June 24, 1^48, for banquets in oonju 
Jfction«i Conuer.tion, was granted, 

Mr, Robert 5. Elliott, Manager of the San F-ancisco 



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'tf no 'Unds avai lable for the 



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}f»nu^'nts y..u..nfM ani Pla ues. The Jonmission determined that 

^^*^ih respect to r.onuaents offered in nenory of deceased war 

veterans and others it would not look .ith favor on monunents 
which 'io not serve s.me useful purpose and which are merely 

ornamental* 
•et r—^ ^^^- r^lantina.. On the recommendation of the 

*''** ^ *^ ^imnf frees were granted to the 

CmSMi Superintendent, permission to plant trees were ^ 

followingt 

Vr. Edmuni T. Anier„n. i?ei Soott itr.et 
iV.. Chri>topher Scranti,, SS6 Ca.f.r. Street 



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On the recommendation of the Superintenden t, permis- 
iion ie remove trees in front of 12b2 35th Avenue^ was granted 
to l(ra. a.Ferrier, 

San Francioco_ Zoological Jardene, The Superintendent 
sented a report from Mr, Carey N» Baldwin, Director of the 
Zoo, advising that on Novenber 19, one of the animals had 
walked out of its pen due to • faulty condition of the feeding 
gate and it had been immediately returned to its cage without 
further incident, 

faiuce of yjne Arts, The Down Town Associc.tion 's 
request for an estimate of the cocts for the repair of the 
palace of Fine Arts was denied for lack of funds with uh ich 
to defray the cost of preparing the same* 



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Union SQuare, The Down 2 



'own Associate on' s request for 



permissi on 



to use Union Square on Wednesday, Decemoer 24, for 



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al outdoor musical program was granted. 



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^outh End Rowing Club » The South End Rowing Club's 



}.ning request for permission 

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to construct a wood frame shed with an 




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iiJ] *• «3r«cu*« agreement loi th the Board of Educatic 

*" — ■ Keasr P^uilitn by Abraham Lincoln High School, 
purpose** 

j^^ggi Budget Information, The Public Utilitie 

In form - 

iiAL. recommendation for the gaa and electric appropr 

ordered incorporated in the .l94d-~49 budget, 

istensiona Extensions of Tine , The following exten 

were granted: 

J, Wm, Sorensen - 31 days for completio 
uork at the Conservatory 

Associated Emineers - 90 daya on contr 
for installc:.tion of irrigation system. 
Park, 



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Fuhrman Beouest , The Secretary was auth 
resolution confirming the oil and gas lease to 
Drilling Company, as recommended by the Directo 

Sutra Heiihts, A permit u^as granted to 
Utilities Commission to locate a coach passengc 
sons on the South side of Point Lobas Avenue, j 
pedestrian lane connecting the parking area opp 
Depot, with the understanding that this permit 
it the usill and pleasure of the Jo„i;.As^ion upon written ndtioe 
given to the Public Utilities Commission at leart sixty days 
prior to the date of the termination of the pernit. 

The following lettera were read and referred to the 

Superintendent : 

From the Down Tawn Aasociatian requestinn that the 
annual Christmas decorations in Union Square he made as 

elabarate as possible. 

From ten petitioners complaining of the shrubbery in 
Mount Lake Park, adjoining the back of their h.mes, and 
requesting that they be removed. 









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Kea^r B*sketb*ll Pcvilimn. The Secretary was authorised 
t§ execute agreement wi th the Board of Education for use of 

t 

Kesar P^vili^n by Abraham Lincoln High School, for practice 



purposes. 






Budqet Information, The Public Utilitiet Co 



mmieeion 'e 



recommendation for the jas and electric 



appropriations was 



ordered incorporated in the 1943-49 budget, 
lxt(^3i9r.8 Sxtenaiona of Ti le. The following extensions of time 



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were jranted: 



J, Wm, Sorensen - 31 days for completion of 
uork at the Conservatory 

Associated Eniineers - 90 days on contract 
for installation of irrigation system, I/issio 
Park, 



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resolution confirming the oil and gas lease to Ceo, Ter 



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Drilling Company, as recommended by the Director of Property, 

Sutro Heights, A permit was granted to the Public 
Utilities Commission to locate a coach passenger interchange 
sone on the South side of Point Loboa Avenue, just east of the 
pedestrian lane connecting the parking area opposite Sutro 
Depot, with the understanding that this permit may be revoked 
at the will and pleasure of the Comnisaion upon written notice 
jiven to the Public Utilities Commission at least sixty days 
prior to the date of the termination of the permit. 

The follo-uiing letters were read and referred to the 

Superintenlentt 

From the Down Town Association requesting that the 
annual Christmas decorations in Union Scuare be made as 

elaborate aa possible. 

From ten petitioners complaining of the shrubbery in 
Uount Lake Park, adjoining the tack of their homes, and 
requesting that they be removed. 




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Fron «n inaiructT mt Mission High School requesting thai 
§0Bci* trees missing in front of Mission Park be replacedm 

The following letters were read and ordered filed: 

From the Chief of Police forwarding letter from Jrace 
Becker complaining of the lack of warning signs of dangerous 
places in the vicinity of Land's End, 

From Walter S, Joldberg protesting the use of Jefferson 
Square for a housing project as recently announced in news- 
paper articles* 

From Dorothy Jones protesting the use of Jefferson 
Park for a housing project. 

From the Controller's Office notifying of damage claim, 
filed by Agnes L', Bowen for alleged injuries suffered when 
she stepped into a hole on the promenade at the ^each. 

Award of Contract , Fleish'r.acker Pool, Install, tion of 
Chain Link Fence , The Secretary presented the following 
bids for the installation of the Chain Link Fence, Fleishhacker 

Pool: 

Lump Sum Unit 
The California Wire Cloth Corporation )2,650.00sl2,75 

Cyclone Fence Division 2,700, qo 14, dO 

Anchor Post Products Inc, 2,742,50 16,30 

On the recomnendati on of the Superintendent and on 
motion duly made, and seconded, the following resolution was 

adopted: 

.iF^uLL TION yO, loO'? 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Jo-.-'.ission fact a 
contract be awarded to California Wire Cloth Corporation, 
lJ01-22d Avenue, Oakloi d, covering the installation of chain 
link fence at H. "leishhccker Pool, San Crancisco, and the 
Secretary be and he is hereby authorised to e-ecute the sane 
in the name of the Park Commission and that payment therefor 
in the amount of Two thousand six hundred and fifty ($2,650) 
dollars, be made from Appropriation 712,500.04 (lnproue..ents - 
Recreational Division - Fleishhacker Pool Fence). 











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Jmcht HTb0r lfo»rin<j Licensea, On motion duly made and 
$9C»nd6d the fellowing applicmtiont fer Yacht Harder Mooring 
Licenaea were apprevedt 

yji/ y OF APPLICANT BERTH NO, 

Elaine A.Blair 77 

Lee Certeai d-A 

aua Levy Temp. 

Arthur E, Balaaa " 



NAME OF BOAT 
Flirt 

Danny Pierce 
Bebbie J 
Oriele 









The following reaolutions were approved and adopted 



by the Par* Commiaaion: 

RESOLUTION NO. 1504 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
the best interest end proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Controller be and ia hereby requested to approve the 



following paymentat 

CHAS, Ia HArii:E7 



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50.45 



1 payment - Application of emulsified aaphalt 



Fina 

seal coat on the Main Drive, 

ANCHCl POST FENCE CO , 
Final payment - Installation a 



olden :-ate Park 



Paddock rencing 244,31 



at the San Franc isc 

7E0:rfE PAULS'^:. 



Zoological Jardena 



Final Payment - Installation 



Concourse '^^raim 






of the klLSic 
aden ^rate Park 



HEALY '^'■^^■T'P'^S CONSIMCTION CO 



nal Payment - Replacemen 



t of Piles and 



Construction o 



f Public Landing at Yacht j'arbor 



777.50 



1.384.60 



227.70 



V "4 V'" ^7' /■• SON 

'Wr^l' payment •• Additions to Convenience Station 
Iluntimton Park 

^ .--, --■-;t-' -"rar-nifrir ^Q. 14,411.69 

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lental of inac<^ufrcd ic^'/"'?'^ 47 
or Yacht naroor 12-5^46 to i^— ^^ 

Coni.ectio- ai rol^xen rCt. .urn 
ment Plcnt. 



1,275.54 



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l^o'vuim WALLJREN 

first payment - Ileplacement of 16 inch 

tewer intake line to the Sewage Treatment 

Plant in Jolden '}ate Park 

nn r.A?: KEAXm:^ AND ST:ET KETAL COMPANY 
Installation of ias Fired Utilities in the 
h98pital room of the Fleishhacker Pool Bathhouse 

nAiTTE ROLPH. ASSlSTArT SUPERINTENDE}^T 
'Expenses in connection u)ith Park Tour for Ur, 
and Mrs, Ikestead of Park Departnent of Detroit 



$7,446,60 



sac. 00 



1.90 



nALlFORHIA PACiyiC TITLE INSURANCE COLPAUY 
^Purchase of Parcel 9 from pacific 'ias and 
Electric Company required for Yacht Harbor. 



26^777,78 



19,574.62 



TTTTJ: IN SURANCE, <V,_aUARANTT ^r:'^A^:Y 
Purchase of Parcel 12 from the o'ella Fargo 
dank and Union Trust Company, and the Bank 
of Califernia, N.A., required for the FleishhccKer 
Play field 

sTcond' progress payr^snt - Uasing and Painting 
of Conservatory, rolden rate Park 






F.SSGLbTlOll JjO, 1505 
RESOLVED unaninously by the Park Commission ttMt for the 
best interest and oroper conduct of the Perk Department the 
Controller be ^ >u. is hereby requested to approve the following 



Orders for Jervioe or ',i'orkt 



ORDrRS i^'OB 

SERVICE OR 

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60 central permit Bureau ^'i^''' ^'l^P^^'V^-il^!:^ ' '^''^'^ 
Dept. of Puolic Works Jcte Park Cor.servc.ory 

Division Installation of a J.,631.60 



61 Cyclone : er.ce 



chain link fence at the 
polo fiela in J-olam J-aze 
park ^Stadium. 



RESOVTED unanimously bi, the Park Commission that for the 
oest interest and proper conduct of the Park Department the 
controller be and is r^reby requested to approve the follow- 
ing ALLOThENTSt 





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7l2''3d5"02 Forage and Food for Ar.imals 

Zoo division 

712-'200-'03 Contractual ^Jeruices - Comnisaary 
Dioiai on 

712-'300~03''1 Materials and Supplies - Resale 

Conmissary Division 

712-300-04 Materials and Supplies 

Recreational Division 

712-111-01 Allowance for Overtime 

Jeneral Division 



U J 275,54 

3,500.00 
750,00 
200,00 
750,00 
400,00 



Meeting There being no further bueLness to come before the 

^'"^^^^^'Conimisaion, the meeting adjourned at 6:00 p,m. 




:7ercld J. Linares 
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Jon i'rancisco, December 11, 1947 

A regular meeting of the Park Conmiaaion '^^as held 
Thursday J December 11, 1947, 4 p.m,, at McLaren Lodoe, Golden 
Jate Park, San Francisco, 

The follotoinj Commia si oners were present: 

Ur, Lloyd S, Wilsor., President 

J/r, Howard J, Finn 

ifr, Edw, T, Haas 

air* Dan E» Lor. ion 

The minutes of the Parx Commission meeting held 
November 25, 1947, were approved and adopted, 

Speedwau .'/eadows, Fhe Richrnond Diztriot Junior 
Coordinating Council' s representatioe ' s request that the 
baseball diamond in the vicinity of 25th Avenue and Fulton 
Street, be loatered more frequently, was referred to the 
Superinten ient* 

Huntington Park, At the request of the applicant 
the hearing on the application for certain i iproue^ents at 
Huntington Park was put o\.ar until the meeting of January 3, 
1943, 

On the recorz-^.en iation of ihs Superintendent, the 
following requests -^'^e -ran-^-i? 

From the Standard Oil Jorr.pany for permission to 
re-^ove a tre* or. x.o^.o-.ri Stmt, 

irom Che South iihi Aowir. i . ^ -r yer-i^sion to 
cjrstricL a wood ,'r^n.e sh3.^ —^ ^; " i— -. the o-^^. ^ ri 
aljoining said club at Aquatic Fcrk, 

Teicht --{nrbor, --?^- 'ion of yoorin j :.ic»'ae. C^ 



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•motion duly na ie ' seconiej., 
ojc, . Aleck's riooriiJ ^ice- 

ari o: ...i.^^l'., :!.: -- r ■ :. ' 
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use .'^- r.e funds . •' ■ ■ 
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Replacing Pile9 

Paving Work 

HepairM t§ Pedestrian 7,'alk ccros* the weaierly 
end 

«t llarine, Ymcht Harbor, San Franci sco* Cowipenaation for 
$uGh aervicea not to exceed the sum of 3£,500m 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Controller be an d 
ia hereby requeated to approve the Allotment of '2,500 
from Appropriation 712-913''04 (lieplace:iienta and .ieconatruotion) 
for the above degcribed purposes. 



covering 



the recommeniation of the 
awarded to Associated Enjineera, 



the replaoerjient of domestic hot water line at 




yieiahhccker Pool, in the amount of ^924,00, 



t£?SJii 



'oldeuroti Park, 



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Department of Oommerce'a requea- 



S. Joast and '-eodetic Survey^ 
to use axitch house located 



in the u 



icinity of Drak^'a Croaa, Jolden fate Park, for 



a seia-Tiojrapk station. 



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a referred to the Superintendent 



'or reortt 



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nnl:inbia S( uare, Superviaor 7eorie Chri 3^opher'a 
aeration o: jiyen rj cervain changes to 



Hrk 



request that conti 

Columbia Square to enable widening adjoining atre.ta, v^aa 

diacwiaed and then put over to the next meeting to permit 

further study "-nd consideration, 

Aru.tir ^rk Pier, The City Engineer'a report on the 
S: underwater survey of the fishing ^ier at Aouatic Park, uade 

by Punnett^Pare2 and Hutchiaon, and tranamitted by hia :ionor 

the i:ayor, waa held over for further atudy, 
r... .2. g.» rr ancisco ^^o7..yin«i hardens. rr. Ake Kanan'a 

^^rcer.a; . balloona to the children 

requeat for permiaaion to aell jaa oaiioonf 

at the San .ranciaco Zoological ^ardena, waa denied. 

le^.r K^-^r Stadium, The Pythiana Youth Foundation'* 

^'^^recueai for permfi^r. to use ue.ar Stadium on Saturday, 




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December 4, 1.-46, or Saturday, Lecember 11, lw4d, ::a$ re/erred 
to the Director of Hecreatior.cl Activities jor report, 

/Iruatio ParK. Messrs, Karry Sullivan and George Jones, 
representatives of the Coni.iittee for the Developixant of Aquatic 
perk, appeared and discussed the u^e and requirements of the 
park end the advisability of including the necessary itens 
and appropriati ons in the proposed budget and thsy :oere advised 



that funds sufficient in the opinion 



e Commission would 



be included in ihe budget appropriation jor xhe operction of 



Aquatic Perk "^uilding 
of San 2 rancisco. 



as a 



recreation centsr for the people 



2frs, Jeorgt Jones arid l'r«. James Joantree, representing 
the Sen Mrmcicco Jity ^nd County Federation of Women's Clubs 
and t/»e fictional council of Jztholic ITomen, subcecu'^ntly 
appeared zo aiscuss the sa-Tie matter end u)ere given the sa-r^e 



advices, 



Mesdames Jones anu .ioantree expressed xr.eir approval 



of this plan a. 



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luaed in the \tzx budget. 



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the San /r"nci?co Chcpv;r, Natiov.-.l Safety Council, 
that ■'he "Warn in : - Dangerous V- -'*rtov}" ^igns at 
the ocean beach bs repainted. 

Fro A the Davis Realty Company, requesting th.- rer.ovcl 
of three trees on the northerly lint of the park strip ..etween 
the curb and the sidevnlk situated on the north line of r'.ary 
boulevard, between Pcrk-Presidic jrlve and 14th A'jmue, 

The foj.lov?ing lett-rs isere read and ordered filed: 
From the Sunget Hei-hts Improvement Club r^-uestiny 
that the Commission -^ive earnest consii^ratior relative to 
developnent of Sunset Heights and Tivoli Spring. 

From Jean I. Mimrane calling attention to certain errors 
in the mural paintings on the -ain . loor r .it Toi:er, 



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From the City Attorney, opinion on the use of the 
yuhrman bequest for adornment of the bleacher* to be srectm 



in "Big Rec". 

Fron Bern(^rd Freed suggesting the eatablishment of c 
public relations section of the departnent. 

From Mrs» Louis Pontier thanking the Co>Mniasion for 
the i-^,provemsnts at Alano Square^ 

From Urs, Peter ."iock and family thanking the Coiuiis- 
sion for floral offering* 



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Iden l^ate Park Band, The I'usiciana Union, Local 



/*o. 6, request for permissior^ 



'■,0 haue the Jolden G-ate Park 



Band render a co 



ncert in 7olden "rcte Park on Christmas Day, 



[ease of 



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ill costs to be paid by the L'usicians Union, -ms iraited. 
Release of Claim, The secretary tecs authorized to 

ring lanaje to park property 



execute release of clain covering 



in the amou 



nt of $25,00 in t: e name of Bob Wickershan, 



I'nT.aren Park Land Purchase, On rhe reconnendation 



of the Director o 



f proucrty, the OouTAssion approved the 



purchase of the fllo^:^ing lot in L^cLaren Park i 
t 6 in Assessor's Biook 61-32, fron 



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iversity tound Old Lazies slome, 



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Zoological Jardens - C-^O days, 

William ralntosh and Son - Alterations to Convenience 

Station at Alamo Square - CO dcys. 

Associated Sr.jineers - Irrigation System, Unit Ho. 1 



*" 12" ^sll ar.i instcllation 
Park - 15 



SO days, 

J, J, Jrattan - Lrilling o 
of turcine puKp at the dater 7orks, allien ^-ate 

days, 

E, J. Treacy - Inctallction of irrigation system, 

Buena Vista Park - 30 days. 




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Aioari of Contracia, H,F»Pool_, Ifechanical P.epairt to 
n oilsr and lieplacenent of Domestic Hoi Jater Sifstem * YTi* 
Secretary presented the folloi'ing bid for the above u:orkt 
0')lara and Stewart (a) $2,300 

(b) 4 J 400 
On the recommendation of the Superintendent and on 
motion duly made end seconded, the folloicing resolution wat 
adopted: 

:ii:scLUTjON no, isie 

BE20LVED unanimously by the Parh Conmissior. that a 
contract be awarded to O'L'ara and Steioartj 213 Clara Street, 
San j'ranci 3C0, covering Mechanical Hepairs to Boiler and 
P.eplacement of Oomeszic Hot »it^r Systcn at the H,71eish>.acker 
Pool, 3an franoisco, end the Secretary be and he is hereby 
authorised to s::ecu:;e zhe same in the ncue of the Perk Com- 
nission and that payment therefor in the amount of Six thousand 
seven hundre^ ^^C,700) dollars be made from Appropriation 
712'-99l-00 {interdepartmental). 



jnn±cil':tion of a r.gp scum rail ir-^in, H. neish'.acker 
Pool, The Secretary presented vhe following bid jor the 



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■Lump Sun Alternates 

Associated Engineers ^29,9^^4 ,.:) .15,244 

(b) 15, 961 
On the recomneniation of the Superintendent and on 
motion auly made, and seconded the foUoi^ing resolution u-o. 

adopted; 

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RSSOLVIS ar.oninoujli, by tha Pari ConmfMion ti-Mt c 
contract bf ^■■r<^ri,i to A>tociat>d L";;, ;r.«r». 901 roUom 
Street. Scr. .r.noi.co. cov.rU.g the injunction of a n,m 
.cum roil drain. H. Flei.ntc ol^.r Pool. San .r.nci,co. end 
the Secretcru oe an-i .-.. ;. hereby a.t^ori.ei to execute the 
,ame in the r.ar.e of the Park wr.-.t»ior. .ni tUt payment 



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therefor in the amount of Fifteen thousand two hundred and 
forty four ($15,244) dollan (Alternate (a), be made from 
Appropriation 7E'-S13^04 {Replacementt end Reconstruction), 



Installation of a recirculating line at Fleishhacker 
pool . The Secretary presented the following bids for the 
above workt 

Arthur Walljren #4,&47 

Associated Engineers 9,233 

On the recommendati on of the oLperinte'^dent and on 
motion duly !ncde and seconded, the following resolution was 
adoptedf 

RE30LVTIJK TO. 1518 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Comm' ssion that a 
contract be awarded to Arthur Wallgren, 500 Be Haro Street, 
San .'ran Cisco, covering the installation of a recirculating 
line at the Fleishhacker Pool, San rcncisco, and the 
Secrei^iry be end he is iiereby authorised to execute the s.ame 
in the name of the Perk Con^Assicn and that payment therefor 
in the amount of Four thousand nine hundred and forty seven 
(*4,94?) dollars be paid from Arrropriation 712^913-04 
(Replacements and Reconstruction), 



Yacht harbor J'oorinj Licenses . On motion duly made 
and seconded the following applications for Yacht Farbor 
Mooring Licenses were approved: 



VAim C.-' APPLICANT 


BERTH rO^ 
Temp. 


FAILF OL' '-OAT 


Warren C, Smith 


Trudy Jane 


ii, L, Robinson 


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Robert 7,Bowden 


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by the Park Commission: 

BZSGLVTION NC\ 1508 

RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
the best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the 
following paymsntst 



.ULPH I/URRAY 
Directing J-olden Jate Park Band 
November 194? 

COLLECTOR 01^ luTERNAL ,\VE1!UE 
Federal Tax on Admissions 
Children' s L,uarters 47,13 

Pleishhacker Play field 192,14 



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Final Payment - Alterations and additions 
to the h'uthers' House, Fleishhacker Plfd, 



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2irzLE7 12A Ajsoci/.TTD e::jii:ee':s 

Final payment - Watir Jupply Cor.ueciion 
at ''olden :-cte Park Sewage Treatment Plant 

PUI:F.:TT, P.-P,EZ and HUTCH I sou 
Engineering services in cor.r.ection i:ith 
Survey of Aquatic Park Pier. 



# 1,606,00 



239,2? 



??7, 70 



1,998,00 



4,664,75 



/ 






RESOLVED unaninously by the Fork Stmnissior. for i.\e 
best interest ' " -rcp^r c.-":iuc-f cf ^h: Park Zezart'^in C Lhe 
Controller be end is h^reb^ rrzuested to approve the follow- 



'J^rk Orders: 



'^,o,No, 



Departmen t 



324 Dept,of Public Work* 
(dureau - Szreet 
Jepcirs) 



325 Purchasing Dept, 

(Meproiiistion . -^au) 



326 S,F,Wct-r Jept, 

32? purchcBinj Deptm 
^'Shop i:o, 1) 



BetscriLiion 



Amount 



I'isc, Asphalt Surfacing y ^::,^0 
as required rolZer, }aie 
Park £: Sicll Parks an 1 
Scucres and nisc, saruiasa 

Ja n ,Feb, .'.'a r,l ^46 

Blueprinti-. :, .'Kctos-tcz 7",':C 
services, etCt'-'J&n, ? . 



Mar, 1^ 



*o 



7fr.l, :i 



MiscSer.icfs - Jan, 
r9b.Uar,1^4t . v :. i 



75, OL 



I/isc, zf 



..tO" 



^ i 



msttve re-airs, etc, or 







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':i 



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U 



III 147 



-is 



1509 
'onii* 



Bepartnent 



328 purchasing Dept, 
Shop Uo» 1 



Description 



Anount 



Blacksmithing services $ 500^00 
au-tomotive repairs, etc* 
Jan, Feb,L'ar, 1946 
Comaissary Division 



3S9 Purchaser of Supplies Stationery end Office 
(Central ii'arehouse) Supplies - Jan,Feb,L'ar, 



1948 - 3-eneral Divi^on 



CO 0.00 



330 Dept, of public Works Icisc, Services, P.epcirs IOC, CO 



(Puulic Buildings) to equipment, etc, for 



331 S,F,City c- County 



Jan,Feb,l!ar, 1946 

,nosT>ital Jhcr-jes 



1^300,00 



Employees Retirement end prorata of compsn^ 



Sustsm 



sction coverage 
AdjTiinistrctive Costa 
in excess of 3udget 
Approprictior. for six 
vionihe enling June 30, 1948 



33 



2 S. .Jity and County Compensation Disability 3,600*00 
Employees' /iciirs-ent Benefits and lledical 



System 



333 park Conmissio 



n 



Cha rges other th an fo r 
S,y, Hospital for six 
nonths ending June 30, 
1946, 

irechar.ical P.epcirs to 
joilers at Fleiah'r.cckir 
pool 3athhouse in 
accordance loith bid 
submitted by C'lora end 
Siemart 



,300,00 



^94 



park Comjnission 



.ier>lacen.en 






aO i> 'I 



ater Sycten at 



Fltfitthhach^^r pool 

Bathhouse i^ cccordcr.ce 
uith bid cubnitted by 
0':!2ra and Stewart 



,400,€0 






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J.: 10 

^ z}>e park Vo'znisc. 



onduct of the Ir.rk 



r-t- 



^ent zhc C ■ - xj.^r 
the folloisin^ .:^^i>/ 



creoy rtc — 



y« 



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t.^/' 



?i::-lir.-ci ..-.^;-^- - ' 

712-llZ-CZ Eolid'^y^ - i'OO uivisior 

712-'112~03 Bolidaya - Jomu.iss^ry Division 

?l^;^112-04 'jlii-^y^ - .:<c,--« - Unai ,i.:'^:o: 



$ 1,255.:': 
V ▲• • cc 




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Kt^M 



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7l2-'ll2-04 Holidays - Recreational Diuision , 900,00 

712-800-01 fixed Oaarges - Qensmi Diuision 5,537,00 

712-900-01-1 >^ervioea of Other D e pert /Tie at s - 1,C17,00 

Shop ,/i - (Jeneral Division 

712-213-04 L^aintenanoe and Hepair BuiLUnis 696,00 

Recreational Division 






R^SOLUTICN NO, 1511 
:iESCLVED unanimously by the rci-k Jo:mission that /or 
the best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Con roller :. • ir\z is J.sreby rscusstel to approve the 
following Orders for Service or 7ork: 



ORDKR l^OR 






.01. 



02 A&sociatg!i Sngineera 



.i« iGcci;,'. t oj ^j .^soio 
Wat:r x-ine at vhe 
fleishhacher pool 



63 Cer.tral Peruit .lureau Inspection of 74 
.c-crt-.ent of Public Diar^eter :i:^jh 



n 






Wo^ks 



Pressure Fire i'\J,oe aoiler 
at yi*i shlcQker Pool 



m2 



'SlL<---J.- 



^Z12 



creai" 



roller b" "ni is .,'reb\j recues 
:. i cation of Contract i' :■'-' 



Peres 



~ion that 

'-J rove a 

or 



Snginsering 



Services in oo-.nectio 



I c 



Perk Pi-r; the difference uf 



)he aoove described survey 



services actually reniere 



i ir. i c.;^-5r.S5S 



rre: 



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or 



the Mayor be 



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\-.vi 712'-192'00 (>ar/r Coiapensation Reserve) to the credit of 
'•^* Appropriation 712-li:0''01 (Temporary Salaries - ^cnerol 

Division) to provide funds for the compensation of the follow- 
ing employment* t 

One 060*1 Foreman C-ardener « '^280 per nonth to replaoe 
John Kane on !*ick leave for six nonth s ^l,CdO%00 

One 060 Sub-Foreucn Jardener «s i^ZOO per nonth to replaoe 
Jan,es L^aFarland on sick leave for 3^ months 605,00 



. ■ * • 



^C, -165. 00 
These employees ere required for ihe uninterrupted 
operation zni niaintenance qf the Parka and Squares, 



:ie30lvt:oi: xo, lou 

,S3ul»I:j ^naninously by tht park Commission thri for 

zhe J est interer^t end proper conduct of t'l.e Park Department, 

his Honor vhe Xcyor o* -^^ ~ is i.erehy requests! to hav: an 

Emergency . r.incnce repared appropriating ^16,000 from the 

Emergency liCDs^of la :..' c-siit of t:.c jollo^oir.j Au,.ropriztion9\\ 

71P~:- -^j.-^ .jjrvices Other Depts, -Central 

3hop ro. 1 r^^yOOO 

?12''3d5-02 For eg* and F994 for Animals 9,000 

Zoo Di i'^^on 



^he '^'^"' reciiir-i or ^^frwicss othsr departnents, iJentral 

2hop '.•3. 1 is -to jrovide fi.nds for ihe repair of the auto- 
-n-- ,. - . . -» ,,r,-^ in ^.h' park Department uhich is old, -jorn 

' --"dirs, T.T luJjet request for 
^ - ■ -- r.is cs rel'j-ced to :15,000, 
- y zllcwing sufficient funds for only cbout eight 'or.ths 
Sinje tr.is ,. •, ■. ^'^-- - ^s ^'i« ^^Pe 

r-.-oCJ. :'o'^ 0.' ..he re; air ■■ork 



out oii in CO-, 
this 1 "J-. riztiJ 



of the 



iT^r, 



SCxl 

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or r.echcnica i-"c ;' :. - 

- on cdonotivi cuipme-r ■-.: - is :.' -:,lutsly 



..on. 

'or ..p- 'r: 'ion o^ 
The ^c>,COO recuired for cpiroprici.o' for orage 



'or a 



nizals, Loo .Avision, is iecau^' ' e z.^t of 



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f^r.^<*+uff$ hcs increaaed contiderably sines the budget 
appropriation -J^at made and this amount will be required t» 



J5J4 



purchase food for the animals at the Zoological Gardens for 
the remaining months of this fiscal year. 






r.ESO LITTON }J0. 1519 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park ComrAssion for the 
best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department the 
trailer be and is hereby requested te approve the follow- 



Con 



ing Work Order Sf 



W,0 



• u« 



Ma^ 



Ai 



RTl-Eh'T 



DES 



^Ak 



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AMOUNT 



335 Dept.sf Public r.'orks 
(Architecture) 



339 



Plans and Specifications * 1,750 
for new conveni ence 
stations en d recondition'- 
ing of exis-ving toilets 
etc. at Acsar Stadium, 



336 Dept.of Public IVorks Plans end Specificatio 



ns 



(Architecture) 



for Conservatory Growing 
House and neatinj System 



337 Dept,of Puolia Works Plans and Specifications 



,400 



1,003 



(Architec 



ture) 



for Heating and Ventilating 
Pachydern :'ouse 



and 



P.CDCir 



loaf - at o, 
}f^.rdens. 



Zoological 



S3B D^pUoS Mlic Tor*. Wf^J^tS!?'.:*"**"'^-- 



2,400 






Playgrounds, Sharon 31d g, 
Basensnt, First and Second 
Floors 



Bevt.of Public yorks faster Plan - Preliminary 5, COO 
(AV^titecture) StuCies - for proposed 

''^ / ^^ ^,^ 2Q0iQ:iGal sarlens 

completion. 



1520 i 



^-^oLUTioj r ro, 1520 
RESOL/E-J unanimously by the Porn .or^aission that for 
the best interest and proper c.iuct o: -.e Park Departn^ t 
the controller be ^d is Uereby requested to approv. the 
folloising Allotments: 



A 

"71 



fm^^^T^ngineering and Architectural Service. $13,550 




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RIJSOLUTION NO. 2^21 
The memberM of The Park Commission of the Cit 



y and County 



§f S*n FrancisGO hereby record upon ■bh's minut 



es of the Commi ssio] 



ihs deep sense of loss which they have suffered in the death, 
on November 26, 1947, of their friend and fellow Conmissioner^ 



BT.WN G. IJ03BS, 
BYRON UOBBS 



wm 



9 a native of San yrancisGo and 



was educated 



in the public schsels of the Hission District, He activeli 



participated in the major activities of his nat 



ive cityj 



U)«« 



psrticularly those pertaining to the I/ission District. He 
employed by The Bank of California and its predecessor for many 
yesrs and he was the Vice President in charge of the ISission 



Office at the time of his death. He was 



man of great personal 



Gharm and he xon the cffection of his fellow Commissioners and 
ell isith whom he was associated. His eminent ability in the 
field of bar.king wo* generally recognised end he was most highly 
regarded by everyone who knew him for his character end integrity, 

Although bearing c heavy burden of business and banking 
responsi.'ility, ZYHON MGBBS gave generously of .lis tine and 
islfnts to public and charitable affairs and those in need always 
found him m synpathetio and liberal friend. 

The Cormission and the executives, the s taff and the employees 
0/ the J^rk Lepartment, feel a deep s^ise of personal loss in 
"""nON UOBBS' pa a 9 in 7, and 

IT IS RESOLVn) AND ORDERED that this r,:ei:inj be adjourned out 
of respect to his memory and that a copi of this resolution, 
properly engrossed, ue signed by ike • . rs of this Commission 
cna' forwarded to I'ra, iio56». 




■'•'* .e r-ieeting was adjourned at 5:30 p.^», in memory of Conmia- « 

^ " 1 ^ . • 



tioner Byron >• Mobbs, 






Secretary 




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220 



Sen Francisco, Calif ornin 
D€Gember 30, 1947 



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A regular meeting of the park Commission was held 
decenber 30, 1947, st IScLaren Lodge, JoMen G-ate Park, San 
franc isco» 

The folloring Oomnisaion^rs were present: 

i'r, Lloyd E, Wilson, President 

Mr, Ho'ujcrd J, /inn 

J/r, Edvom !• haaa 

l[r» Dan JP. London 



■}rooeii 



treet 
Iznting 



The m,inute9 of t'ue Park Co!amission meeting o/ Deceaber 



11, 1947, u^ere approved and adoptedt 



Street Jlanting Pro^ra 



Ui 



(es8rs» Harry J. De'apsey, L» 



rram: Portegeis^ 



Roderick, cad L, Tichener appeared and 



proter>ted c gainst the planting of Lonaon Plane trees on 



California Street from Lcso} 



to Arjuello ^oulev^r: 



fating 



- 1, — I V- 
fciil it o 



a 



e planting of zrees on the cidenalk Dould be 



deiri r.ental to 



eir L'l'. iQi 



'.i splay St 



L'ssdcnes Zin^nermenn^ ^aur.puell, end Mcrouan, and Messrs, 



fxCCn, 



nnd Davis c 



/'/-' 



'.are 1 



ro 



on 13th Avenue, from hincoln Vay 



ested the pic. ting of trees 
to Sloat bouleverd, stating 



(,!»*. U I' I 



vhe sideioalks uere 



too ncrrois and that the threes would 



interfere Kith the parki^.c of cars. 

All protestanta were permitted to e::press their view$ 
and aft2r a full nearing and discussion of the entire matter, 
i:\cluiinj consideration of all written protests on file, the 
Commission determined to proceed H.:. .he tree pl'^-iin. - jrcr. 
on Guerrero Street, from J^crket to Amy Straetc, ml in 
Apparel City, -yr,: ordered the l^i.:^ Aof^nue -.nd California Street 
projects held in abeyance pending further study. 
-ark i ..tn.-^n ;otg park . The ^e^^rt-eni ., -^.;;;ar^e:, -. J. 

Coast ..> Geodetic Survey's recuest for permission to .'5 '- 
su>itch house, locn-i in ihe vicinl.y .J jrake's Jror,, rolaen 
Jate park, for a cei^\:>,-r-iu " .- -' j -' '.■ - ■ 



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221 



Superin-i indent for a uore detailed and studied report, 



ICo 



lunibi* 



Colunbia Square, The suggestions made by Supervistr 



Qeorge Christopher in regard to reducing the area of Columbia 
ScuarCj ^o that thead joining streets could bs u:idened,t:ere 



con 



sidered. The President reuorted that he hci visited the 



square accompanied 6y Supervisor Christc^jhsr, the Sj-perintendentf 
n.nd seusfal other gentlemen vhose business establishment: -eve 
ivimeiictely across tue street from said square^ and that in 
his opinion the suggestions had great sarit and i:ouJa benefit 
the neighborhood ufithout decreasing the usefulness or attractive- 
ness of the square and upon hi^ recoraKsniction vhe Secretary 'rca 
instJ^cted to obzain en opinion from the City Aztorney as to 



vhether or not the suggestions could be carried out legally, 



-lation, 



Camellia Donation, Cn the Superintendent 's r ecow^enda- 



liion, the Oomnission accepted zhe generous donation of ninety- 
one Camellia trees frojh the l.orthern California floral 
Association and one from Jomoto J.'ursery, :Icywar.U 



tnr 



'ezar Studium, 



.e Si, Ifary's College request thai 



liiun. 



:;rtcin dates le g 



ranted for footbcll ganes at u'esar Stadium 



or ihe 1948 season u^as taken under submission, 



.e Secretary 



;C5 directed to perform, th* follov>inc, zcta 



iti 



9 (a) Request i^m .. ^'. Peterson to sub,Ait a more complete 

end i'tailed r roposal for Lhe operation of an excursion and 
fishing concession r, ;c« .;o.^:; ove; 



('•) Sec 



-a a special orltr -^ .-sir.sst for the first 



'^^S^eting in yeoruary, a public hearing on ihe construction 



:nd't 

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•/ .-ub-surfcc9 garages under parks end squares; 

(c) comply I ith the opini^jn from the City Attorney on 
the termination of lease of t..tf Land's Er.d property; 

(d) Forward to his Honor the llayor, for execution, the 
release of the government lease couering Columbia Square. 

Union Scuare. Tie u.ized -tatef, mrine Corps' reouest 
for permission to render a concert, in .ni.n Jcucre at noon. 



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rhuraday, January 8j 1948, was gr&ntsd* 

Dni9n Square . On Conmiaaioner L9nd9n's recommeniatiorii 
th§ Commiaaion approved the United Statea Navy 'a pregram. •/ 



n 



uving a. color guard preaent lohen lowering the colora each 



evening at Onion Square^ 

The letter from hia Honor the Mayor calling attention 

to the temporary wagea appropriation was read and referred 

to the Superintendent, 

The following letters were read and ordered filedt 
From the Bay View Federal Savings and Loan Association 

thanking the Conmisaion for donating tree cuztinga. 



From Jb'ra, Byron Moblfi expreaaing appreciation for fiord 



offering. 



'.(lease 



71aimi 



Release of C'xiim* The Secretary waa authorised to 
'execute release of clz^u covering damage to park property 
by Bernie J, and Jack b. Griffin, in the amount of i.10,00, 
"s'r. of Transfer of Delincusnt Account , On metior. duly F»eic end 



:i:.\n, 



seconded, the Cor.xAssion approved the transfer of the 
following account to the Surcau of Delinquent Revenue: 



D«M. — • 



WJ 1 7 V «.— _ 



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iirbor: 



Yacht Harbor, On ir.otion duly made and. sffcor.aed the 
follornng applications jor Yncht Harbor Joorlr.:- xi:-n.se« i:ere 
approved t 

■V.4;t or A?ri.:.cA::T ^^-^ ■■^' 

.loy m, Schmcrts ^H 

Jolden Jat^ Yacht Club 

Jane a if. Hi -hz Terxp, 



:'a:.i: ■^. jUI 

Bab-'R 

Club iioucetoat 
El ..ey 



fesiu- The follo'cing resoxu\ion so, 

the Park Jon.iaaion: 



u ;:. L. 7' c ed en- alo'ied oy 



^iant 



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RESOLVED un^-imoLsl;, by the Perk Jo::.-" ^sior. that for 
■the ^^^t -.nter'.at a.d -.roper conduct of the Park jjepart' eit 
the :. ..trailer be and is hereby requested to approve the 





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S23 



1522 



following paymeniat 

ARTFUR WALmREH 
Final pai/meni - Replactment of 18 inch 
atmer intake line io the Sewage Treatment 
plant in Golden rate Park, 



$627.40 



\946'49 



rif. J. ANDERSON ROOFUfrr CO. 
Flaahing at roof and windows of Ketar 
Pauilion, Golden Gate Park, 

ADAM ARRAS <f SOJf 
Alt eration to Coit Tower, Telegraph Hill 

J a. GRATTAM 
Firat payment - Drilling of a 12 inch 
well and the inatallation of a turhine 
pump at the Water Worka, Golden Gate Park, 

A. CUANDT & SONS 
firat payment - Painting of Fencea at the 
San Franciaco Zoological Gardens 

wif. Mcintosh dr soy 

Firat Payment - Rehabilitation of 
Convenience Station at Alamo Square, 
San Francisco 

J. WM, SORENSON 
Third Payment - Glasing and Painting of 
Conaervatory, Golden Gate Park 



1,050,00 

3,407,40 
7,552,80 



3,471,30 



2,699,10 



4,633,86 



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1948-1949 SudQet, The Park Department 'a proposed 1948-1949 
Budget waa approved and adopted. 



Kf'tinf There being no further buaineaa to come before the Com- 

miaaion, the meeting adjourned at 5:45 p,m. 



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San Francisco, California 
January 29, 1948 



A special meeting of the Park Coumieeion waa held at 
McLaren Lodge, Oolden Gate Park, San Francisco, on Thursday, 
January 29, 1948, at 4tOO p.». 

There were presents 

Peter Bercut, Connissioner 
rjji, J^. Coffman " 
Hugh Gallagher " 
Harvey S, Teller 



n 



Ictnii' 2^« Secretory presented the following certificates from 

Jlpj.nt-hie Honor the )^yor certifying to the appointments of the 

enttl 

following as menhers of the park Covmissiom 



» THE CITY AND OOUNTT OF SAN F ANCISCO 

» STATS or CALIFORNIA 

" TO ALL TO IfJiOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME; I'iEITINtJi 

"Reposing special confidence in the fidelity and ability 
of pETER BERCUT - I do, by these presents, by virtue of 
the authority vested in me by the Charter of the City 
and County of San Francisco, appoint him a member of 
the Park Commission in and for the City and County of 
San Francisco, he to hold said office for the term 
ending January 15, 1952, from and after the 27th day 






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cry, 104^, vice i?— . «• *—••-«' 






IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have signed my name 
and have caused the seal of my office to be 
affixed hereto thi s 27th day of January, 1948. 
(signed) 



VLMKR E. ROBINSON 
Mayor 



Attest 



• MAI a. g'^^y^ (si-nei) 

Executive Secretary 
to the Mayor 














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S 



» TSS CITT AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

» STATS OF CALIFORNIA 

" TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PHESSNTS SHALL COME; (JRSETINQt 
" Repoaing apeoic-1 confidenoe in the fidelity and ability 
of WILLIAM jr. COFFUAN . I do, by these preaenta, by virtua 
of the authority veaved in me by the Charter of the City 
and County of San Franciaco, appoint him a member of the 
park Commiaaion in and for the City and County of San 
Franciaco, he to hold said office for the term ending 
January 15, 1949, fron and after the 29th day of January, 
1948, vica Byron Q, Mobba, deceased, 
** IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have aigned ny name 

and have caused the seal of ny office to be 
affixed hereto thia 29th day o f January, 1943 , 





(signed) Elmer g. P.obinson 

Mayor 



^Atteat 



"Max "}• Funke fci^n^i) 
Executive Secretary to 
the Mayor 



•» THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FUNCISCO 

» STAT£ OF CALIFOm I A 

" TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME; GREETING: 

" Repoaing special confidence in the fidelity and ability 
o f mjnrH -rALIA'JHER , I do, by these presenta, by virtue of 
the authority vested in me by the Charter of the City and 
County of San Francisco, appoint him a member of the Park 
commiaaion in and for the City and County of San Frand sco, 
he to hold said office for the term ending January 15, 
1951, from and after the 15th day of January, 1948, vica 
Edward T, Haaa, resigned. 

» IN TESTIMONY \f HEREOF, I have signed by nana 

and have caused the seal of my office to b e 





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affixed hereto thi a 15th day o f January J 946 « 

(signed) ELMER E, ROBINSON 

Mayor 



Httesi 



" MAI (J. FUNKS Csijned) 
Sxecutive Secretary to 
the Mayor 



" THE cm AND COUNTY 07 SAN FUN CISCO 

n STATE OF CALIF Om lA 

" TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME; GREETING: 

* Reposing special confidence in the fidelity and ability 
o f HARVEY E. TELLER* I do, by these presents, by virtue 
of the authority vested in s« by theCharter of the City 
and County of San Francisco, appoint hin a member of the 
Park Commission in and for the City and County of San 
Francisco, he to hold said office for the term ending 
January 15, 1952, from and after the 27th day of January, 
1948, vice Lloyd 5. Wilson, tern expired^ 

» IN TESTIMONY MERE OF, I have signed ny 

name and have caused the seal of my office 

to be affixed hereto this 27th day of January, 

1943. 
» (signed) ^LliER E. ROBINSON 



Mayor 



" Attest 



" MAI a. ^^'^fF- ^ ■ '•"■-^ 



Executive Secretary to 
the myor 



n^ction The Secretary announced that the next order of business 

mtHwas the election of a president for a term of one year. 

Commissioner Wm. M. Coffman nominated Commissioner Harvey E. 
Teller for president. The nomination was seconded by 
commissioner Hugh Gallagher and unanimously carried. Commis-^ 
sioner Harvey E. Teller was declared the duly elected 




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pr9»id0nt of the Park CowmiBaion for tft« calendar year 1946^ 

liaard of riejehhacker pool. Construct ion of High Divtna Tower . 

Cintractt 

The Secretary presented the following bide for the above m rkt 

Jiademann-aiuato $11,969 (Qualified) 

Duncan aon-Harr el son Co* 12,765 

M and K Corporation 15,000 

Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent and on 

motion duly made and aeconded, the following reaolution waa 
adopted: 

=e3.;:o. EESOLUTION NO, 1527 

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RESOLVED unanimoualy by the park Conmiaaion that a 
contract be awarded to Duncanson-Earrelson Company, 690 
Market Street, San Fran Cisco, covering the construction 
of a high diving tower, H* Fleiahhacker Pool, San Francisco, 
and the Secretary be an d he ia hereby authorized to execute 
the some in the name of the Park Commission and that payment 
therefor in the amount of Twelve thousand seven hundred and 
sixty five dollars (-^12,765) be made from Appropriation 
712'500-^3 (Fleiahhacker Pool Modernisation - Diving Tower)* 



i*L.-. ./ Lincoln Park, Drilling and Casing a Water l/ell. The 

Secretary presented the following bid for the drilling and 
casing of water well in Lincoln parkt 

J, a. irattan $7,435,00 

On the recommendation of the Superintenient and on 
motion duly made, and seconded the following resolution waa 

adoptedt 
ei.jro. RKSOLUTION NO. 1528 

RESOLVED unanimoualy by the Park Commission that a 
contract be awarded to J, '?. (^rattan, 730 Laguna Honda Blvd., 
San Francisco, covering the drilling and casing a water well, 
in Lincoln Park, San Francisco, and the Secretary be and he 
ia hereby authorized to execute the same in the name of the 



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($Jo, I^r^ Comniaaion and that payment there/or in the amount •/ 
'*??ii. Seven i^ouaand four hundred and thirty five ($7,435) delJara, 
he made from Appropriation 712~500'-^2 (Lincoln Parli Irrigation 
System)* 

\tinuU9 ^* minutea of the Park Commiaaion meeting held December 

--roveii 

30 J 1947, were approved and adopt edm 









gan Francisco Citv (Jolt Championahip^ Mr, J, E, French'a 
*:un(i- requeat for permiaaion to aponaor the San Franciaco City Golf 
" Championship at Harding, Lincoln, and Sharp Park '7olf Couraea, 

on February 21, 22, and 23, with the match play to follow on 
consecutive Sunday a, through Uarch 28, 1948, waa 'yranted, 

Rand's End, Beleaae of Lease* On the recommendation of 
the Superintendent, the Commission accepted the United States 
Government's proposal to pay $4,235,00 as cash settlement in 
lieu of performing the restoration work on the convenience 
Station at Land's End, and authorised the Secretary to forward 
te hia Honor the Mayor, for execution, the release of th9 
Government leaae covering Land'a End, 

\l:ien8ion8 Extenaions o.f Time , The following extensions of time were 

I ?; Tine : 

granted: 

Associated Engineers - Installation of Irrigation 
ayatem for Misaion Park - ninety dcya. 

Associated Engineers - Installation of Irrigation aystem 
Unit No, 1, Told en (kite Park - thirty day a, 

E, J, Treacy - Installation of a two inch water Toain 
in 3uena Vista Park - sixty days, 

George Paulsen - Installation of aprinkling ayatem on 
Dolorea Boulevard - aixty daya, 

\ ki.ohUo ns: The fallowing reaolutiona were approved and adopted by 

the Park Commiaaion: 

f?v<jnT.nTTaTf NO, 1523 
RESOLVED unanimoualy by the Park Comniasion that for vhe 
beat intereat and proper conduct of the Park Department the 
Controller be and ia hereby requested to approve the follow- 
ing paymentat 

COLLECTOR OF JNT^RIUL REVm^E ^ 149,28 

Federal Tax on Admisaiona - December 1947 







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ADAILA^S^-LJOS $ 378,60 

final paytneni - Alterationt to Cott Tow9r 

l^ q. aRATTAN 
Final payment - Drilling of a 12 inch wtll 
and the installation of a turbine puntp at 
the Water Works, Golden 7ate Park* 

i, qUAm)T ^- SONS 

final payment - Painting fences at the San 
francisco Zoological Gardens 

WV , MCINTOSH & son 
final Payment - Rehabilitation of Convenience 
Station at Alamo Square, 

/^ WM^ SORENSON 
Final Payment - Glasing and Painting of 
Conservatory, Golden Gate Park 

RALPH UURRAJ 
Band Concerts - Golden Gate Park 
December 1947 $993,60 

Liability Insurance 16,77 



365,70 



299,90 



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RESOLUTION NO* 1524 
RES 017 ED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
the best interest and proper conduct of the Park Departmmt 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the 

following Work Orders: 

Description Amount 



W,0,No. Department 

340 Real Estate Dept, 



341 Dept. of public 

Works - "^reau of 
Building Repair 



Services & Expenses $ 300,00 

in connection viith 
acquisitiQit zf pr-npertv 
required for iicLaren 
Park 

Install new 2f" control 220.00 
valve and necessary 
piping at Balboa park 
Nursery, 



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imSCLVTIOK f^O- 1525 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for the 
test interest and proper conduct of the Park Departnent the 
Controller be and is hereby recuested to approve the follow^ 
im§ order for service or work: 



ORDER FOR 
SERVICE OR 

■rCRK VENDOR 



DESCtlPTION 



AHOVNT 



62 Paanc Heating & Sheet f *f ^^-«' f ,^*^,,,/ ^^^"^'^ 
\; .\ r,^ Heater in kodel Tacht 

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RESOLUTION NO. 1526 
RESOLVED unaninoualy by the Park Coiim(««ion that for 
the ^99t interest and proper conduct 0/ the Park Department 
the Controller he and iw hereby requested to approve the 
following ALLOTMENTS and TRANSFERS: 

ALLOTirSNTS 



Ap propriation 
?12"500-'53 Fleiehhacker Pool Ifoiemigation 

Diving Tower 



$18,765.00 



Front 



TRANSFERS 

for 



712-200-04 

Contractual Servicee 
Recreational Division 



?12'500-04 

Improvenente - Recreational 

Division 140.62 



..iourned: 



There being no further business to come before the 
c'onmiasion, the meeting adjourned at 5:00 p.m» 




erald J. lAnar 
Secretmry 





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5«n Fr*nciBC§, (MU/TniB 
februTy 13, 1946 

A regular M99-bing •/ the Prk C9nmi9ai$n wa held 
W«dn69d*y, February 11, 1946, «t 3t00 p.»., in lioUren Ledge, 
Qelden Gete Park, S*n Fr%nciaoe» 

The fellewing Oenmieeienere were preeentt 

Ifr* Hmrucy S» Teller, Preeiieni 
Mr* Peter Bercut 
Mr» Wm» i/. Ceffvmn 
Ur* Fred D» Parr 
Jfr» HUgh Gallegher 

lip;'*- "^^^ Secretary presented the felleioing oerti/icate frem 

lifiit 

yjnMii* his Hsner the Mayer certifying te the appeintment •/ Fred D» 

iffj parr as a member ef the park Cemniasieni 

" THE CITY AND COUNTT OF SAN FRANCISCO 

" STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

"TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME; GREETING: 

" Repesing special confidence in the fidelity and 

ability ef FRED D, PARR, I da, by these presents, by uirtue 
sf the cutherity vested in me by the Charter ef the City 
and Ceunty ef San Francisce, appeint him a nevtber ef the 
Park Coms^isaien in and far the City and Ceunty ef San 
rrznciica, he ta hald mmH iff ice far i/W ieru ^tiding 
January 15, 1950 frem and after the 30th day af January 
194d, vice Haioard J» Finn, resigned* 

" IN TrSTIUONT WHEREOF, I have aigned my name and 

have cauaed the aeal ef my office ta be affixed hereta 
this 30th day a f January 1946 • 



(aigned) ELMER E. R03INS0S 

Mayer 



^Atteai 

" MAI G, FUNKS 



Executive Secretary 
ta the Uayar 



e minutea af the Park Cemmiaaian meeting af January 29, 



2946 were appraued and adapted* 




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On the rec§mmendmti9n •f the Superintendent, the Cewiiit' 
$ien appreued (Mlling fer kidt on the felleioing pr#j«tt»* 



L'ree 



1, Ke3€r StadiuMj Rehubilittitien •/ Cenvenienoe 
St^tien* 

5. Kesmr Ste^diuvi, Replacement •/ Sewer 

S. Kexar Sttidiunij Replacement •/ Slectricml 
Cenducter9 Sump Pump 

4» Gelden (?«te Prk, Irrigttien System, Unit Ne» 2 
S» Harding Park <?•!/ Courae, Pumping Plant 
6» Tlei»hhaoker Peol, Replace Cable 
7, Reeerveir near Nerth Mill 

^ree Planting Prepesal^ On the Superintendent's recta- 
mendatien, the Cemmiaeien accepted Ifr, (?• Oalene'e prepesal 
ie acquire native trees /rem varieus Pan-American ceuntries 
t$ be planted in the Arberetum in 1950, aitheut cest t§ the 
Cenmissian* 
Tr^.ring, TS^n gineerina and Architectural Services . The Superintendent 

:«':tSrilMt autherixed f secure prepesals fsr engineering and archi- 
''^' tectural services fer the fellewing prejectsi 
Distribution System - Lincoln Park 
Further development of Strybing Arboretum 
convenience Station - Old Speedwiy msadi'^ 
Convenience Station - Big Rec, Alterations 
f.7.P«rfc r.olden gate P ^rk^ Cross Park Run. The Pacific Association 

i^niS of the Amateur Athletic Union's request for permission to 
conduct their Senior and Junior Run in Golden Gate Park on 
March ?, 1948, was granted. 
.l.c. ./ ^7... . f Fine Arts. A resolution presented by Super- 

^"""^Uor ge.rge Christopher, requesting the Commicsion to consider 



including sufficient funds in its budget for the fiscal year 
1948^9 for the restoration of the Palace of Fine Arts was 
next considered. The Secretary was instructed to perform 
the following aotst 





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requ 



(%) Direct « c*mMunictiti9n *• hi» }:9n§r she iAi»r 
gating th«* « »i^plcmentml «ppr»prUtt»n he included in 



the Cemmisaien't 1948-49 budget in en exeunt eufficient te 
finence •n erehitecturel survey te ceternine the cenditien 



gnd the ces 



t ef rehebiliteting the Pmleee •/ Pine Arte, 
(b) Advise the Finence Cenviittee ef the 'eard ef 



Superv 



isere ef the ebeve eteted eotien* 



er's 



(c) Te urge the Beerd ef Supervieere te centinue it* 
pregrem effectively initieted by the Beard ef Supervis 
Reselutien No. 6040, adepted December 5, 1946, te 
effectuute the trenefer ef the preperty • 
,f Fine Art, is Uceted te iHc City end Ceunty ef San 



n which the Pelmoe 



Fran 



cisce by the U. S. Jevernment free ef eny cenditiene, 






^mser StediuUi 



A reselutien presented by ^Bervisj 



Sullivan reque 



immediately the pe 



sting that the Park Otmmissi 



m investigate 



ssibility of enlarging Keaar Stadium, 



se 



that the ann\ 



tal Shrine ^ame wi 



11 remain in San Francisce 



and :n,ere 



peeple may view this game, u>as n 



ext conaideredt 



The Secretary wa 



a instruc 



ted te perferm the fellewing actst 



(e) Advise the Finance Commi 



itee that it weuU be 




impassible te enlarge Ke::ar 
calendar ye*r, 






Stadium during the current 
f. nermit the 'J>erk te be 



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S:uere : 



c,»pUUd f,r the iS4S /,>tb.ll a«..n. 

(,) n^t every eff.rt ..uU »e ».«. *• "="" *"« 
„c«..rv /uni, tM. .»r -.Uh »Mc. *. cnd.ot . .^r.e, 

enlarged* 

(0) TH.t the C^i^'i'" ""^^ "-"" • •*""' '^ 

^ *h^f miaht be agitable far the 
mvailable city property that might 

. ^.-n af • new stadium at seme future date. 

censtructien ef • neuj « 

. ... The fellei^ins 'P^^'*^ ••' *^' ^**^ 
I Columbia Square. The foxx 

Attorney was next presented! 





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OPINION 
OF 
CITY ATTORNEY 



n January 22, 1948 

"SUBJECT: USE OF PARK LANDS FOR STREET PURPOSES; COLUMBIA 
SQUARE, 

"Qentleiaen : 

f I mm in reoeipi •/ y«ur request /t mn tpiTifn at 

f§llow»: 

"C0lumbim Square (BUck 3754 - 100 y«r« 396) ia park 
Drtperty and in the pracesa •/ being rsturned by the 
United Statea Army ta the Juriadiotian of thia 
Commiasian^ 

"Twa af the streeta bounding Calumbia Square are 
Sherman and Columbia Square Streets* These streeta 
are narrow, having only about 37 feet from property 
line to property line* 

"Several of the property omera with business establish^ 
menta along Sherman Street have requested the P^rk 
Commission to jive up a portion of the park to mable 
the widening of the street and thereby relieve the 
traffic congestion, 

"Will you please advise this office ^^.«*^«^ ^''f ^,. 
CommiBSion has the legal right to reauce *^^ /'?• 
./ r«; « park, and (b) of Columbia Square, so that 
the adjoining streets can be widened. 

" I I N I K 

land was set aside for perk purposes. 

» other parka have been dedicated by the city itaeif 

purposes. 

. The general rule i a that f/ -/-/,!;: ZMority 

dedicated far park P^^^P^^* **/.%. *t 
•/ the city ta withdraw it ther.,rom. 







Cal. Appi 



Co, 




A r,^ir land for purposea of any character 
"However, usea of P*^^* ^^"^/,!^;,;„t o/ the park by the 
which tend to ir.pr#ue *^J ^-^^XS aaue been sustained 

. a; Library building used only for library purposes. 
r .<^ r>frg» V. Lo j^ An-^'ilea, 
150 CalT 



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n 2) Street cur tunnel which enabled more individuals 

tt use the park9 

If (Humvhreiia v» San Frmnciac* , 

92 (7«1. App, 69, J 

"The courts have permitted the use of park lends fer 
T}urp»ses other than park purpesea where the charter 
exDressly ^ranted such p»wer to the city^ 



expi 
Sees 



1) Spinks u. Los Angeles , 
220 Cal. 330; 



^itsman v 
3d Cal. 



Los AnneleSj 
App* (2d) 470 



(There section of the charter allowed the 
board of park commissioners to cuthoriae 
the opening of streets and other public 
ways in or through parks) 



2) Harter 



141 Cal^ 



San 



Jo 30 J 



(Where charter of the city of San Jose 
permitted an hotel to be erected on 



3) 



P , 

c park) 

Linares 

(Where WaVter'o'f the City ond County of 
San -rancisco .permitted lease of sub^ 
surface rights for garage purposes) 



». Citu and Oountu of .^"^ Francisco. 
(2d) 441 



"Section 41 of the charter providest 

It 'The /park/ commissioners shall ^l^^l^^/i'rZuln 

of the commission, .^'l^^f i"^ erection oj- Lili- 

erect and to ^ ^P '''''■ If I't^H' I'llelta^ in this 
inis and structures *^*«^««"' e^ce.jz 
charter otherwise provided, 

the lands under its controx nor .^ ^^^^^ 



building or mai 



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♦ the use • 
would i>« consi 



/ « portion of the park for street purposes 



stent with the purposes for which the park 



nThgre is further qualification that as to parks estab" 
^ iuate grant, an exmmination must always be 



lished by pr 



de of -the specific grant to ascertain whether there 



ma 

are an 
grantor* 



y restrictions which rnay 



have been imposed by the 



''Your a 



ttention is directed to my 



opinions of January I5j 



Yqs? where you were advised on the matter of the 
iltension 0/ Clay Street throug_h I^/^y/J^t.^f^K^ 
ifarch 24, 
walks wer 



and 



lh24 1941, wherein you were cdvised that the sid«- 
ch ^^^/f^i^'JJ*^ ,j. ij,, street, and that if sidewalks 



w 



ere conu^r 



ted to streets, the park Commission cou 



Id 



build walks on park property^ 



Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ Jno» J. O'Toole 
City Attorney 



"To {Board of Park Commissioners 



On no 



tion duly made and seconded, the Comn 



is si on denied 



the request tha 



t the area of Columbia Square be reduced to 



enab 



le the widening of Sherman 



an 



d Columbia Square Streets, 



"he Commission app 



bordering 



roved removing the sidewalk area 
Columbia square on Sherman and Columbia Squara 



Streets to enable 



y^idening of said streets and directed the 



Superintendent to design pa 



ths for pedestrians within the 



park area when 



sai 



d varK is ren 



abilitated. 



C»it 

r«t;er; 



noit To er. In com, 



)liance with the L'ayo 



r's directive 



to temporarily disco 



n 



tinue the use 



f electricity when u 
rcome the power 



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a9lden CCkte Prk *t the bmnd oonconrae on Sundmy, Ifarch 7, 
1948, at 1:30 p.m., w«3 granted. 

ifc ^uren Park * The Southern DiBtriot Director, 5«n 
Francisco airl Scout Council's request for permission to 
use McLaren Park, the area off Persia Street on flay 22, 
between the hours of 9 «.ni. to 4 p.m., for day camping, waa 

granted, 

Th9 San Francisco Qirl Scout Council's request to use 
McLaren Park on Saturday, April 3, from 9 a.m., *• 4 p.m., 
and/or Saturday, April 10, the same time, for camp purposes 
and further requesting the use of the camp for eight days, 
commencing July 19, 20, 21 and 22, and 26, 27, 28, and 29, 
from 10 o.m. *• 3 p.m., i^as granted. 

l lnnnt Davidson. Mr. Lloyd H. Berendsen's request for 
permission to place a bron:^e plaque in some low suitable 
oase at the top of Uount Davidson, in appreciation for the 
services rendered by Reverend Homer K. Pitman, u,a3 denied. 
n.i.ntal Tea larde n. Ur. Richard B. Clump's offer to 
.resent a bron.e Budnha to be placed in vhe Tea :Jarden .as 
accepted, subject to the approval of the Art Commission. 

Snar^^^ark^ The Sharp Park aolf Club's request for 
permission to conduct the Club Championship tournament on 
...... o ...... ..v^oh nlay for the follov^ing four Sundays, 

„a, .ppro^i. All otH.r i.t>. r.o.e.t.a ..re dent.i. 

^^^^^^UMJU rne Jones retn,iUt Church', request f,r 

2/.rch 27. from 1 p.n.. U * P-"- »" ''""•^• 

j^^^^^r^^^ri^ ne ParKsi^e District Improvement CUt , 

re,.e.t t..t . e.n. ..x »e pUoe. in L.rsen P.r. ... .«.*.<« 

.ni reSerrei t, the Superintendent. 

^^^^^^^^_jur^ IT... S. Hall-s reo.eet f.r permission 

t, inst.ll . Sire »».p. A- ' "^ "*""•" '■' "^ "^" ^ ^ 
. • ut ic*. pari.. ■»•• referred U the Superintendent 
overhanging lit. Lane r»' » 

for investigation and report. 



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, fflttrf Sstatet )ir, L* D» Jones*» request thai a^nd 

xii^^ ^0 cletired on the Commissitn'a property near his home, w§.9 
referred to the Superintendent with full power to oct, 

requesto for permiaaion 
Superintendent with full 




power to «ct; 



yrom Alljreen Jarden Speciolista for permission 
to plant two flowering Red Gum trees on the 
sidewalk in front of 734 Ashbury Street; 

From WUrster, Bernardi and Emmona, Architects 
for pi - . - .. -.. 

trees on 
Street: 



rmiasion to plant four flower eucalyptus 
the sidewalk in front of 345 Franklin 



From three re 



eaidents requesting permission to 



plant two street treea each on the aouth side 
of Washington Street, between Fillmore and 
Steiner Streets* 

Umgton ^nntinaton square. I'r. L. Houser'a requeat for per^ 

tall a refreshment concession in Huntington 



Jcu«rfj 



saion to ins 



{lux 



Square, waa deniedi 
J ^x College. 
that Mr3» Sydney Ste 



'The Director of Lux College's recueat 
in Rich be permitted to give a lecture 



at Lux College on Thursday, -ebruary 19, from 11 to 3, 



o'clock, was granted. 



Palac 



e 0^ 



Fine Arts, 



The American National Red Cross 



request that a letter be furn 



ished them, in triplicate. 



r vhich the Palace of Fins 



^r,^inn-h.i.nn vhe conditions unde 

Art, u,ill 0. :r.ntei t. then on Jane 23 »ni 24. 1946, ».. 
referred v the Secretary fer reply. 
:.,,,cii,n ZMJ>SOU<UIMMOM. r^.e Superintenient er.tei th.t .11 

''■^-' un,,fe c,n,iti,n> rep.rtei *y ^he l>ep.rt.e.t ./ Ini.,tri.l 
SeUtien* h»d been ctrreoted. 
^ p,i^ne efyine_A rtM ■^' Secretary ... directed t, 

,dui.e Ue.ers. J.hn J.hneen and ^^iUert KneU, th.t ,t .uc^ 
«.. .3 the ^tter of the use of the P.Xac. of Fine Art, 
„.. en th. agenda, they vouU be ,. notified. 






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nmm.nh Chalst* Supervisor George Ghriatepher's inquiry 
ga t§ whether the Beach Ch*let ia au«tl«5Ze fer leasing ims 
referred te the Secretary fer reply. 

The felleioing letters were read and referred t§ the 

guperint endeni t 



Fren the Puena Vista Park Tennis Club cemplaining 



9f th 



e can 



ditien ef the surface •/ the tennis courts, 



Frem the Parkside Tennis Club cemplaining ef the 



surface ef the tennis courts at Parkside Square aid request- 
ing th^t they be repaired. 

Fren the parkside Tennis Club complaining ef the 

i at UcCeppin Square and request- 



ndition ef the tennis ne 



ing that the pest and the net oe replaced. 



From 



the Seabright Imprevenent Association requesting 



the placing ef benches on 



the Sunset Boulevard strip. 



Fren iir. FAw. J. Flynn reque 



itim that trees and 



shrubs en the we 



1400 and 1500 



St side of Sunset doulevard, between the 
black, be thinned out thoroughly. 



From the Lincoln Park Woman 



'z Club requesting that 



the I.«.r fotpoth running ar.und land', Sni 6. rep 



a\ 



red, 



From Mr. H. Tofte ef the San Franc 



isco Model Yacht 



Club pretesting against putting s 



an 



d into Spreckels Lake, 



From h 



is Honor the I^ayor reques 



ting that all depart- 



ram for xhe fiscal year 



-.enta submit a proposed work prog 
1946-49, not later than L^arch 1, 1245. 

, ^j.-«B i.^r* read and ordered filed: 
The following letters were reaa » 

i^ + iMTx - r&cQ'i.m,endations for 
•rom the Down Town Association - rei,o me 

. rehabilitate and mintain the Palace of 
action to preserve, reaaoiiii^'i^ 

Fine Arta. 

w j.n.r the Manor transmitting communication 
From his :ionor tne u^n^ 

Sro. Mr. CarlUn B. naXX. President. 3U U,ryU S,u,r, 
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plcy field, San Francisco and the Secretary be and he is 
hereby authorised t» execute the same in the name of the 
pmrk C9mmiasion and that payment therefor in the amount 
§f Eighteen thousand, seven hundred and twenty ($18,720) 
dallars be made from Appropriation 712»500*7d (Fleishhacker 
Play field). 

<^as House Covs_, Lawn and Irrigation Installation , 
The Secretary presented th<s follo'joing bids for the above 

Dork! 

ffuettig and Schramm $14,406.45 

Watkin and Sibbald 15, 554.10 

George Paulsen ^.7, 695. 00 

J. W.^rem Company 17,813,00 

On zhe recommendation of the Superintendent rand on 

notion duly made end seconded, the follomina resolution was 

adoptedt RESOLUTION JJO. 1536 

RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that a 

contract beaocrded to Huettig and Schromm covering the 
lawn and irrigation installation at 7-as .Voucs Cove, Snr. 
Francisco, and the Seer Hary oc ar 1 ae is hereby authorised 
z, execute the sa-ne in the nr.re of the Park Cornission and 
that payT.ent therefor in the <:w^nt of Fourteen thousand 
four hundred and six dollars and fortyfive cents (.:L:, iO^.-15) 
be paid from Appropriaiion 712-30^-^1 ^- '^rbor). 

...... r...,<nn ^ Po.er n.i ->M,-.^c.. C,cte..3 .t Yao^t 

-r.r-nnr l^.tension. TUe secretary .resented .he following 
aide for c:.e .ooue vork: ^,^, ^,j, 

,17,517 



Aizcrr.^t^s 



■;. r:. Tittle company 
AuD'^:t "lecl^ic Corr-cny 




16,528 



(a) ;13, 930 
iuj 1,Ssj3 

(c) l,yf^ 

icj 15,062 
1, 753 




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On ihs racommenJLabien of the Superintendent and on 
r.i9ti^n duly made and aeconded, the following r^solniicn 
ots adopted: 

RESOLUTION NO. 1537 

r.SSOLYED ur.aninously by the Park Co-^.Assion that a 
contract be awarded to .7. S, TITTLE CQ^l'ANI covering street 
lighting, pouter and telephone s^ste^is ci laciu Karbor 
Extension, San Fnnciaco, and the Secretary be and he is 
hereby ai^thorisied to execute ihe same in the nane of the 
Park Commission and thct pcyncnr therefor in the nnount 
0/ Thirteen thousandj nine hundred nnd eighty {^13,560) 
dollars (Alternate A), be vicde from Appropriation 
712-500^91 (Yacht Harbor), 



Yacht Herbcr J.^ oorinj L ioer. ae!!, : .ittiT. duly ^ade 
and seconded the fellov^ing applioLtions for i'sc.i .irirbor 
L'oorir.g Licenses were approvedt 

;.vixr or BOAT 

Sera':, Ann 
Tart 
Jo-:-dy 
Ace 
&^innie Q 

Bl2Gk Wid9W 
Elan 

llauii 
octisf''c tion 



VAL-E or AFPLICA':^ 


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132 


.:. L,5aist 


209 


JacK 1, Jaufs 


13t 


J, EmDeL'aadel 


16 


SdUm ij* j-ilr,ore 


100 


Arnold J, iridley 


220 


T»A, Happe 


36 


Frederic IJurphy 


119 


Edward •>• Letter 


Aeiip, 


Robert J,¥hite 


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W of the Superintendent, the following aeiin.uent acccuni: 



referred to vhe .ureau qT ^elincuent ..uenue, (Damage U 

Pfrk Property) 

h\ J» Bar ford Sr. 



.Tir^i.^ni A ccount. On the rsco'.ue,ii&tion 

as 



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resoluti^ns u^ere adopted: 

l^^K,^oLUTioi; ::o. 15^9 

HESOLVJUD ananiuously by the Perk Commission that for 
^he best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Controller be cni is hereby requested f approve the 
folloi^ing Orders for Service or Si'orkt 






OliDSH FCH 



YEKDOK 



DESCRIPTION 



AL'O'uNT 



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::orthern Counties i'iile Fee for title i:^sur- ^j.5.C0 
jns. Co^ snce policy - Lot 12, 

Bio jk 0006 (Lenian) 




65 California pacific 
Titls Insurc.nce Co, 



Title insurance fee - Id^OO 
Lots 2 and 12, 31ock 
C0S4 (^ood) 



les, y*. 



i:'f'jn^i]7 lo}' ro> IbCO 
IISSOLVSD ur.&nirr.ously oy the Park Co-iiiiri^': .'.ai for 
the beet interest c:.l proper coniuct of the Pcrk Jepartnent 
the nontr^oller be end is r^rehy rr.cuested to approve the 
f9lloL^inj pay.^ents: 



Federal Taz on Adt%issions - January 194.0 

3and Concerts - Golden rCts Park 
January iJ?*© 

nA,. ^.^.m::rA p/ -ri'^ ^^^^-^U'^' ^'j'^^^ ' 
^rchase of Lots 2 an ^ 12 m ^ssesf^or a 
flock 2064 frov. Frances 0. I^aoa nna nugh 
r. Wood, required for LcLcren Park 

*liei'til ofu nacuirek ^^'-^^^f g^r^iS ! 
for Yacht Aaroor -nd P^rceUJ en. 10 
Dec. It 194c to Aou. 30, i^-^^* 

/leishhccker PUyfield - Ji-ly ^* ^-'' 
j,eoe:n.ber 31, 1-^1'^ • 

he/lOO cental ^r^^^^pi^^ /. 

Fleishhccker Plmyf'-'^^^ ' '^''^^ ^' 
December 31, 1947* 



$ 246.30 

1,C69*S0 

325,00 



1,006.66 



P,, 340. 13 



5,978.35 



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Architectural sarvices in connection with 
the rehabilitatitn •/ vestibule entrmnce 
end repM cement •/ Flate JUss at Coit Touer, 
Telegre-ph Hill 



$470* 00 



Replacement of Somesti 
Fleiihhacker P#oi 



c Wmter Line «i the 



Eleventh Progresc p^ynent - Installation 
»/ an irrigatien aysten. Unit No% 1 
Golden Gats Pnrk 

abdETT elect. lie conrAn 

First pcyinent - Underground Electric Cable 
to cross. Mount Davidson park* 

CALiyOP.NiA WIRE CLOTH CORPO.lAnON 
First payment. Installation oj Chain Link 
Fence, Fleishhacker Pool 

ASS OCIATED E!rU}JSE.HS 
First Progress Payrient - Installation of 
New ScuT^ Rail Drainaoe Line at the Fleishhccker 
Swirrming Pool, 



924» 00 



1, 654, 00 



3,653,10 



2,385,00 



4,113,00 



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RESOLlTIOa KO, 1531 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
the best interest and proper conduct of the Park Departrnent 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the 
following ALL0?-T:'TS: 
A r, '■>ror riatj. aix 

712'C00-01 Fleishhacker Play field Land $ 5,318,46 

Yacht Harbor Land 1,606,66 

Materials and Supplies, Genl Divn, 10,000,00 
Materials end Supplies, Zoo Divn, 709,00 

Forage Zoo Division 4,000,00 

Materials and Supplies, RecDivn, 1,000,00 



712-600-04 
712-300-01 
712-300-02 
712-365-02 
712-300-04 
712-500-91 



Yacht Harbor 
(Street Lighting 
(Lawn d Irrirjation 
Instruction 



13,960,00 
14,406,45 



23,386,45 







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RSSOLUTION NO. i.5.?a 

RESOIVED thmt mil n9n-ciuil aeroice •ppointnents, 
tenporTy appointmentB and remou^la mmde by tho Sup^rtn- 
itndent •/ P*rk9 /t the iifntha •/ Septentter through 
Decemiier, 1947, he mnd the a«me «re hereby aippraved; and 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that • repart of said 
mppointmenta and removals be transmitted i§ the Controller 
•nd the Civil Service Conmiaaion^ 






RESOLUTION NO. 1533 

RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commiaaion that the 

Secretary be and is hereby authorised to perform the 

necessary acts to secure faithful performance bonds for 

the following named positions! 

1 Assistant Superintendent 

1 Accountant 

1 Secretary 

1 Cashier 

1 Senior Clerk - Relief Cashier 

1 Senior Clerk ^-purchasing 

1 Head Clsrk - Personnel Records 

1 Jeneral Clrrk Typist - Storeroom records 

1 Director of Recreational Aciiviti es 

1 Supervisor of Restaurants and playgrounds 



•s,}fo. 



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hESCLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
the best interest and proper conduct of tfis Park Department 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the 
transfer of ^14,495,43 to Appropriation olZ-OOO^OO (Reserve 
for Adjustaent) from the unencumbered balances in the 
following appropriationst 
612-'200''01 Contractual Services - Ten'l.Divn, 



C12-S15'01 

612-300^01 
612-361-01 



Maintenance & Repair - Sideu^alks & 

.oads 

Materials d Supplies - -eni.tJtun. 

Soil a Fertilizer - J-enl»Divn, 



612-400-01-3 Equipment - General Division 



111,53 




1,476.00 

1,280*96 

574.30 

90U93 



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612-900-^01 

612'900-01-1 

612'^00''02 

612-365-02 

612-900^02 

612-200-03 

612-300-03 

612-300-03-1 

612-350-03 

612-400-03 

612-900-03 

612-300-04 

512-300-01 
412-cOO-Ol 
812-400-04 



Fixed Charges - Genl. Divn, # 895.15 

Services Other Bepts, ?enJ,D<wn. 352,34 

Services Other Depta» Centrml Shep 228*70 
U*teriml9 <fi Supplies - Zee Divn* 22,36 

Forage * Food fr Animels Zoo.Divn, 414»82 
Services Other Depts, Zoo Diviaien 7,75 



Contrmctuml Services - CoTrmisstiry 

Divn, 

i^teri^ls a Supplies - Commissary 

Divn, 



206,91 



77,25 

Materials & Supplies - Resale 777,73 

Foodstuffs - Comnissary Divn, 6,267,78 

Equipment - Commissary divn, 231,04 

Services Other Depts, Conm,Divn, 94,16 



Materials & Supplies, Recreational 

Divn, 

Materials c- Supplies - Senl Divn, 

Materials c- Supplies - Qenl, Divn, 

Equipment - recreational Diim, 



53,54 
254, C4 

16,56 
251,94 



$14,495,43 






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liESQLVFD unanimously by the /^ri C'*iimisaion that for 
the proper conduct and best interest of the Park Departmm i 
the Controller be and is hereby requested t» approve an 
expenditure not to exceed $3,500 for the purchase of 
Rhododendron and Aaalea Plants against the John IfcLaren 
Bhodsdendran and Azalea Jell Bequest. 

WnsnEAS, section 41 of the Charter of the City and 
County of San Francisco authorizes the Park Commission to 
lease the subsurface under public paries for -e purpose of 

constructing and operating therein public auU.oliU garages 




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^nd ptirking •tations; and 

WilEHSAS, 3UC/1 muihoristiti»n ia nubject t» certain terms 
end canditfna; and 

WIISREAS, The Park Commiasian haa determined and found, 
end now determines and finda, that it ia in the publio 
intereat that a garage fer theparking and garaging of 
automobiles he constructed and operated under the aurfaee of 
5i, Uary'a Square, and that this CowMission advertiae for 
bids far « leaae not to exceed fifty (50) yeara of the aub» 
aurfaee under aaid 3t, Ifary'a Square, to enable the 
construction and operation therein of such a public auto- 
mobile garage and parking station; and 

WHEREAS, this Commission haa on file on thia 11th 
day of February, lif4a, the folloioing docunentsz 
rorn of Proposal or Bid, 
Form of Lease, 

Surface Plcn of St. Mary's Square, 
Eleoationa of St. l^ary's Square, 
Specifications for St. k'ary's Square Surface, 
.reference to lohich documents is hereinaft-r uade in the 
proposed form of Call for Bids; ar.d 

WHEREAS, thia Cowmiasion determined and found, and 
now determinea and finds, that construction of a public 
automobile garage and parking station :^en completed, and 
the operation thereof, -^^ill not be, in any material 

respect or degree, detrimental to the original purpose 
for icaich St. Mary's Square v>as dedicated or in contra- 
vention of the conditions of any jrcnt unaer .hich said 



park has been received, ic 



hen said uutonobile garage and 



.r*tn, .*.*;.-> "^'n h.« i--'-. constructed .. con,e.plcU<i 



parking 

bi, the yarn •.: 

Commission. 



Ill -or Bids considered this day by this 




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HOW, THEREFORE, BE IT HESOLVSD, 
!• Th*t thi9 Coaaiiaitn d9e» hereby adopt and 
«npriu« "the Form of Proposal or Bid, the Form of Leaoe, 
the Surface Pi«n of 2t, Jjary'a Square, the Eleuettona 
§f Si* liary'a Square and the Specificationo for St» L'ary'o 
Square Surface, now on file with ihia Cowniooion* 

2m That the Secretary of the Park Comnioaion be and 
he hereby ia directed forthwith to public the Call for nido 
in form as hereinafter set forth once a aay for oix 
consecutive days in the official newopaper of the City and 
County of San Francisco, State of Calif tmia. 

3. TT.at the Secretary of The Park Commioaion be ani 
he is hereby authorized and directed to rtceiue sealed 
proposals as contemplated by M« said Call for Bids and t« 
d» ar.y aui all things neeessc-, -.r ttivl^.able -a c.rry out 
the ints'tion of this ComKiSii*^^ «» .'.iicc:--i oy this 
resolution, and by the zert,s of tftf Call for Bids. 









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February ^5, 1946 




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Je f/ijrson Square* At the request of the Executive 
Secretary of the Scin Frrnci3co Coordinating Oounoil for 



You 



th Welfare, ihe h taring on using J^ff^rson Square ca a 






site for a tevtporary building Das put ou;r for a month. 
Freedom C^ardena* In cooperation u; iih the national 



camp 



aign to produce more food 



cini u^ 



r truest of the 



chair^^cn of the San j-'rancicco Freedom G-arden Counjil, the 



Covur, 



ission directed the Superintendent to lay out four aundred 



COz^O ga 



rdtfr plots in joiae 



n G-ctt park, in the oiciniiy of 



41st Avjnae and 
for fcailies :Ji 



The Superi 



South Drive, Said plots to be cvcil^Lle 
thout space of their o'j)n to cultivate vegetablea* 
r.ter.dent j)C3 further instruc-ved io r.duioe those 



applying 



for garden plota that (a) the ao::iT.i£3ion maid not 



furnish any seed, fertili-^<ir. 



r« 't . .1 "L ~^ n 



ent 



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at If the 



^ater shortage continued, water t^ouiu j= r.i^~le available for 



the vegetable gardens only after 



l/l»7 /»! 



irnfi irrigation needs 



of the pu,rk u.<re -.cX 
retain possession of ti 



(c) that persons ■■.ouij. us aixo'^ej. to 



^lots only if 



Vac^ Kept the~>. 



ood 



conciticn end 



i uith the understanding 



':hct ihe zrojrc 



juld 









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s e:A.t ended bu order of 



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vhe Conmis&ior.n 

freel y Tibbiit^. After c Msau&slo^. : ... 



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r. T, 7. 

Anler.on, representing tue Uealy Tiboivzc C uctructior o.-.^ny, 
:he Superintendent ^^5 authori^^ed io -recced wiz' 
of gr..s 2nd shrubs on v^c chould.rs and park'^cy o, 

Kighwa.y and Vicente Street* 

ield, :'r, Arthur 7al^^r -. 



FleU: h hacker f-j-'-'Jl 



rr:o.t 
: ; :]rcr.ted 






*:■ r'^ila for ri~\-ecr. .o^r.^ 



p:rriissicn to ^^bstitut: vn^enty pow 

^^ Y>n ■ 1 mi ri yieishJiacn.Ci' I J. 
raij.3 on the mimaiure ra„l^ay ^ .' .xc*o 

ho addi-.ional co-t to the Joa.;iv /,^;^'^. 

nhr.Tt-r Arntrd-^^nU The SeCT'-::^r 



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^^ before the Judiciary Oorr,,,ittee c 
discuss the proposed Charter A 



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' orj,cii^d to appear 
:■ rl of Ju ,; ero i ■ -j "-^ - " 
r.i ... Jectio^ M.l* 



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publish sd Ij^nsdiatcly* 



Iftyor'a 



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/oruaried a comr%un;cc^;on to ^r.c 
asking that they h^cK^ ^ survey 



rurthcr reporvsd to the 
bior'c rec>ist, he 

jlden '^att pcrk 



or the irkis i: 



. . >-f- he suitable for fishing, 
to determine .hich .i9^i oe su. ^^^^^^^ 

^iiiiHl' ^v^ ntv IttoTT.ey c- -'^-"^ 

an opir^ior. /rou the o..y ^ ^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ 

in the Helene Strybing .ecuest ""''^^ ^^^ ^^^^, .^^ 

- w^- Cor fiord ^ispiay^ 
struction of a i;u,a^in. j 




Arboretum an 



J Botanical l-arden^. 




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esar 



Stadium^ The Superinten ient was aut/iorirtfi to 



secure 



a proposal fron iZr. fhcnas Chaoe /or engineering 



aer 



vices for a 



survey of Kesar Stadium, to determine whether 



jr not i 



t could be enlarged and the cost thereof. 



:ej House 
wi 



in a Jlouse Co 



V 



tf. The Secretary was directed to consult 



th 



the City Attorney and perform ishateuer acts nijht be 



.ecessary to protect the Commi 



ssion's interest in the contract 



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imp 



th i'r. Harold Peterson at Jas House Cove, 



panhanile . }Ir. TTn. .Tutskoio's request for cerva.n 



roveiients to the panhandle in t'l 



e vicinity of Ash bury and 



ts, Das referred to Superintendent for report* 



Fell Streets, 
f;zch d pitch ana j^vt rol.f Courst, 



I.'r, 



Arthur Rosenbauw. apneared 



to urge the Cowaission to give con 
of a pitch end putt golf course 
vicinity of 4?th Avgu 



siderction to the cor.atruction 



in 'rO 



Iden :c.te Park, in the 



e end Lincoln Way, 



\f>. outlined in 



Tuesday U, February 24, 



24. 1947, sporting section of the San 



Ton ci SCO Chroni 



cle. The Superintendent i^as instructed to 



proceed icith a survey 



the property end to prepare an 



estincte of cost. 



..Pork 

::le8: 



Golusn :a 



i perk ^^tablsst 



•nie request of the St, Patrick's 



Day Committee to s 



table forty horses in the s 



tables ct the 



k'arch 12, 13, end 14, was re^ 



rrea 



zo the 



Polo yield, or. 

Supcrinten^en-. .../i jull poller to oe»* 

"he follo^cin, letters were read and referred to the 

Superintenlent: 

m™ DcoU L. 'Berry. r.cue.Ung tUct n, *. a,M,n,d 
. .^11 Plot OS ,rou»d ,. yolUn :o« Por, for n .,,.tc>,l, 

garden, 

- >. 1 «». t'>^ Deaf recuer-'-ir.-' thai 
yrom the California School . or r .e Dea.^ 

they be notified when plants are discarie., 

-..n uor-'enan's Association complaining 
From the San Francisco Hor.e .an 

i» + Pnrk aiii along Lake 
of refu,, being dumped in Joloen ;.t, . .r» 

Merced trails. 




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,-„» i".na«l iuslsr complaining of the *.r.nia ,.«t arJ xir. 

in jlisno S5uore. 

rh, /cUoioing leUcro mere reed and ordered filed: 
rro, Sohu^an, /i=rri, ar.a *.rn,v r.cu.,«r.3 a* opportunity 
to .anas* the cor.o«aion c.and iooat.i on the loBer floor of 
ne Xouatic Pork Buildlns and to /urn;,). o--t.rin, s.rutoo 

in the building m 

y„» i-r.. Boloree Kc,on ,u,5..-ting *).»* "«'• i"-^"*"- "' 

considered cs Cueen 0/ the ISay. 

/ro» J^r.. Clement ,. Collin, eu,ge,ti.J th.t her daughter, 
Carci^n iee .oiiin,. ^e considered for «ueen 0/ the my. 

rron £d.und 5oott. ^ud,e, Superior Court, -.ed^ood City. 
.iuocotin, eeiection 0/ .cr.i.r. iee Colline a, <ueen 0/ t.^. 



Uc-y* 



Trow. Jo-Anne T^.ompson .u.gg 



estin^ r;.ct she be considered 



for Crown Bearer* 

** «+vt,-i i-hc'- she oe considered as 

rrou Judith Svanron requesting the. 

;uefn of the L'ay. 

^^ nnnae-ting that the proposeo. 

K ^-i-f-iLnfed in Suiro Fork* 
Planetarium be situatca m 

.ro, ... .. --.^P- "-"«- - --^^^"" ■' "" 
,,_,,„., „.a.i.itatir.:, .•.= ^i-oe 0. .ine .rte :-en..e 

..on rre. .o.er= S.V.n.ton re.ueetin. cr. opportu...t. 

to cp.ecr Wo^e t- -—•*—"*"" ""• 

r'l- ive to the use 0. .ne . '*-i 

, «.c-inatHe rehabilitation of 
/ row i6# o* • 

the Pclace 0/ Fine Arts. 

.>o. the confidential .ear 

.^^ . r laced on the S.at^ -^^ -^ 
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-, ^ »f ■Fillmore otreer on 
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rrom. jranifille's JeL^elsrs, endorsing the auggsfited Pitch 
«nd Pw** ^''^^^ course in Jolder. ;otf Park. 

From ten petitioners, endorsing the proposed Pitch and 
putt golf course in folden ?ate Park* 

rron ilrs, A. P. Rippey protesting against rreedom Jariens 

in Qolden aate Park. 
,,efi»? >^..^£na ^ours. The regular time for the Comrnission 

^' meetings was set for 4 r-^-. 1^"*^^ further notice. 
^^^^^^^: or, motion duly -.ade en cf seconded, the follomng resolution 

rfls adopted: 

^ ?.^SCJ7ED unanimously by iha Park ComAssion thai for 

the oest interest ^nd proper conduct of the Perl. Deparfnent 
the Controller be and is aereby rccuest. o prove the 
folloi^ing payments: 



■i-ai pcv-ient - Underground Elec.ric 
Oaole to^ Cross, I't. Davidson Perk. 



$ 405.90 






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March 11, 1946 

A v§ular metiinf of the Park Cowni»aion Ma held 
Tkursday, March 11, 1948, 4,00 p.m., ai McLarm I^dge, GoUen 
9€i8 park, San Franoiaco. 

Tha /oIloMtnf CommUaionert vara preaanf9 

Mr. Earvay S. Tallar, Preaidani 
Mr. Pater Bercut 
Mr. Wn. M. Coffman 
Mr. Hu§h Gallagher 
Mr. Fred D. Parr 






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The minutea of iha Park Conmiaaion maating held 
rabraarv 26, 1946, ware approved and adopted. 

U...1 racht Club, on the recommendation of the Super, 
intendent, the San F^nciaco Model Yacht Club', re.ueat that 
tkirtv^aight traaa aurrounding Sprackela lAke be removed 

waa daniadm 

^^ n 1* rnnram. The Superintendent adviaad 

'•'•^ ''^' . . ^>.«* a nreliminary coat eati-iate for the 

::.'!( : the Commiaaion that a prei\m^riury 

oon.tr.cuo. of a PitcH «<« i«« *.V ^«-" '» -"*" "-*' 
f.r, »a. i?5,000. TH, Superintend.-.* ^» in.trucU6 U 

^ *um n^mmiaaion at the meeting to ba 
preaent the matter to the Commiaaion 

held to conaidar propoaed projecta f^r .... 

n . on the secretary 'a report that Harold 

. ,f ..a r^Toperty at Gaa House Cove 
S, Peteraon haa diaposed of hia prop 

i,re...n*. «. /oiio-*-^ re,ol.Uon ... o^opUi, 

, k» ±he park Commiaaion, that in 
RSSOLm unanimoualy by the Pari^ 

•.K the terma of the Memorandum of Agreement, 
accordance with the terma uj „.^ <- 

»^A Harold S. Peteraon, and in 
between the Park Commiaaion and Harol 

. U) thereof, that the aaid agraament, 
particular paragraph (4) thereof, 

^-rf be revoked by mia 
-<« +h- rimhta theraunder granted, be rev 
With the nghta tn ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^^ 

commiaaion and that aaid agreement 



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Uolar0d ierminaied as of the 30th day of April, 1948, and 
i\ai ^»ritt•n notice thereof be given to -the said Harold 8. 
fettreon, party of the second part to the said agreement, 
at leaet thirty (30) days prior to the said 30th day of 
April, 1946, the date of the termination of said agreement 
as herein above specified. 

BS IT FURTHEB RESOLVED that the Secretary of this 
ComMission be and he is hereby authorised and directed on 
behalf of this commission to give written notice to the said 
Harold S. Peterson, party of the second part to said agree- 
,ent, that the said agreement, together .ith all the rights 
Hereunder granted, has been re.obeS by this ComMission and 
that the said agreement has ^een terminated as ./ the 30th 
day of April, 1948, and that the said notice be in writing and 
mailed by registered letter to the last knom address of 
Harold S. Peterson, at least thirty days prior to the said 

,n^.3 *i,M late of t^e termination »/ 
30th day of April, 19*o. the lote »/ "• 

Mjd agreement as herein abo.e epecified. 

Me.er, falter B. .i<c* and .-.r„., T. Col. appeared an. 

that the. te .iven a lea., for th. .ater ta.i 

colc-ion a. ,a. no... Co... .ta*.-, *.»* */ .*- » ^•"' 

lA make certain improvements thereon, 
term lease they would make cervai, 

^- ^ nf a marine service station, 
including the construction of a man , , ^ 

* w.^t Halph Leon Isaacs, J. aidal and 
Messrs, Ernest West, aaipi^ 

. ..Half of the Uarina Improvement Assocation, 
Dr. Zuordtf, in behalf o/ f^u 

--<4 -t-h/t i/arina Boosters, 
Uanna Ho., (m.r. A..ociati.n ani the 

-«+<«• of a concession for the 
appeared ar^ protested the granting of 

. *n.iM or any commercial enterprise in 
operation ef »ater taxis or any 

5aa House Cove. .^ 

4.^±^d that until such time as tne 
president Teller stated tnav ,,^„„ 

n* with Mr. Harold Peterson .as legally 
Memorandum of Agreement wirn 







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«,r.<no««I, th. Co,nt»ion ..uW no* ta*. any oc**»». n». 
'„„ «,tt.r ».. P"* o,»r until ..« I«t.r ...tin,. 
" ^'AtTiVcl\ *nt,nniaX Co^iU..; r,^"t /or 

U ». u..d in c.»J«t*.n .ith *^. C..*.nn.«l c«l.»ra*i.n i- 
jwa X949, and iWO, «. pu* »-r /.r /»r«.r .*ud,. J*. 
sJeUry »a. in.truc*^ *. r.,u„t t^. C.*« Xttom.y /or 
an opinion* 

*. conduct *n. ann«.i .eroic. «n .n,on S,u«r. du.tn, .oiv 
r..», co«..nc*n, i^onda,, i«.rc^ .. and .nd*n, i*.rc. B., -a. 

.. „ou«t /or p.r»*..*on to hold tH. annual <;«.. 

* *h« J-oo* 0/ Ton Ne,» A»enue -a. put 

, . ^.^ The Church of Je"" -'"•*»* '^ 
:.Uer m S.int,' >-.,-.* /" ^-"' ° ^^^ ,,^, 

from 11 a.m. to S P-"- "» ^ ,. „, Son jrronci«o end 

<,+„rfiu. mo trniixrsUv o/ Son 

^ tfgor p«> ^ certoin dottf» 

t^. San .roncuco ro^t.-.-.r ^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ 

for th, 1946 footMl .oo.on of r« 

until the i»««t<n» of Uaro , p„r X»»oc<otton '» 

«= port. T"* *°**°"''^ '■■" 
^^^'^^^^^^ „ th. Aquatic par* Bnimr^i •» 

ro,u..t for por-i..«»" » " ^^^^^^^^ ^^^.^ ,„, »„^^.t 

Sund<v. April B5. atSp.".. f 
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^nina Park» In uiem of the large attendance on*ici- 
aied at the Udrina for the Freedom, Train celebration, and 
ta a service to these people, the Conmission granted permission 
U the Western Catering Company to operate movable food 
concession stands en March 14, 15, and 16, 1948. 

^niiimhia Square, The Pacific Qear and Tool Works' 
request for permission to park cars in Columbia Square during 
their open house week from MUrch 10 ts 16 inclusive, was 

denied* 

Warding Park . The Portola Festival Committee's request 

fer permiesion to sponsor the San Francisco Open Golf 
Tournament at Harding Park Oolf Course in October, 1946, ««. 

grant ed* 

^r.t Commission, on the recommendation of the Super- 

intendent, the request of ihe Art Commission to use Union 

Square for the Second Annual Art show, to be held Hay 29, 

30, and 31, 1948, ^ae denied, and the Superintendent was 

instructed to suggest the use of the Civic Center for the 

Art exhibit* 

aard^ Club. The Garden Study Club's request for 

, u^ r... walf-h.r to apeak before the group 

sometime in April, was granted. 

^ar^^Francisc^^oolo^^ rhe Co^ission 

unanimously approved donating a California Bear to the 

National Zoological Gardens of Cuba. 

^ rpim^ The following extensions of time 
?r*-,s;ona ltx- ^ension » nf Time^ me jv-lj, 

were granted g 

^ tf. *^hiMon - 45 days on contract for 
Punnett Pares and Hutchison - •o u i^ 

professional services at Yacht Harbor. 

rs^yy+r-aet for the installation 
t. J. Treacy - sixty days en contract for 

sf a two inch water main in Buena Vista Park. 

, n sixty days on contract for the installation 
aeorge Paulsen - sixry a^y* 

A— .^fi nolores Boulevard, 
of an irrigation system on Dolores 



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Jacht Harbor Extension* On the recomnmdation of the 
Superintendent, the H, S,Tittle Company's request for 
iferuisaion to substitute John s-Manvi lie Transite conduit 
f$r taloanised conduit on the electrical work at the Tacht 
garbor extension, mas denied* 

aooernment Lease, Release, The Secretary wot authorized 
for forward release of lease Ko» ¥868- en 3-5237, covering 
property in Aquatic Park known as the "Cal-Pak Lot", located 
between Hyde, Beach, Larkin, and Jefferson Streets, to his 
Eonor the Mayor for execution. 

Release of Clain, The Secretary was authorixed te 
execute Release of Claim against Vincent Bray, in the 
amount of $5,00, for damage te park property, 
1 i,ari of installation of a Sanitary Se wer Line at Kezar Stadium, 

"'''^^^^The Secretary presented the following bids for the abov9 



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$6,350,00 $6,336,00 

6,433,00 6,533,00 

7, 998, 00 8, 098, 00 

9,486,95 9,849,42 

14,115,00 14,550,00 



work 4 

Associated Engineers 
McJuire & Hester 
M, J. Lynch 
Fred T. Tairey 
faton and SmiHi 

On the recommendation of the Superintendent and on 
motion duly made and seconded, the fallowing resolution was 

adoptedr 

^ fSOLUTIOl/ HO* 1548 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that a 
contract be awarded to Associated Engineers, for the 
installation of a sanitary sewer line at Kezar Stadium, 
San Francisco, and the Secretary be and he is hereby 
authorized to execute the same in the name of the Park 
Conmission and that payment therefor in the amount of 
$6,336,00 (Alternate a) be paid from Appropriation 
712-500^8 (Kezar Stadium - Convenience Stations) 



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nreeented the following bida for the above workt 



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$9, ees. 00 

10,230.00 
10,973,00 
11,393,00 
12,135,00 
12, 955, 00 



aeorge F,Brayer 
H, C, Reid & Company 
S, 5. Tittle Company 
UacCahe Electric Company 
Petersen Engineering Company 
Abbeti Electric Company 
On the recommendation ef the Superintendent and on 
notion duly made and seconded, the following resolution »a» 

adoptedi 

RESOLUTION NO* 1549 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that a 
contract be awarded to (George F. Brayer, 166'?th Street, San 
Francisco, for the installation of the primary electric 
service at H, Fleiahhacker Pool, San Francisco, and the 
Secretary be and he is hereby authori2ed to execute the 
same in the name of the Park Commission and that payment 
therefor in the amunt of $9,385.00 be paid from 
Appropriation 712^500^90 (Fleishhacker Pool - ^'eplace Cable). 



- ,, ._ - -, -^j.-«« .-.-».- r*nd ?nri rfiffirred to the 
me foj.j.own*j ^c<'«'-' « — c . . 

Supe rintenden t t 

From patricK U. JTMne reou«t«B3 adj'u.tmCT* for 
do,o„ done fo h*. «<nd,Meid, cau.ed »y . golf boll, ^hile 
drutng along Lake Uerced Drive and r.rueatinj that 
appropriate eigne »e placed along tHe fringee of the golf 

course, 

rro, notert Long regueeting that certain tree. ». 

r.WBrf from property near hie reeidence. 

Trom Vr.. Alice A.Can^ck requesting t^a* eutetantial 
eigne ». peeked in Duboce Par, prohibiting ball playing. 

From Ur. i«nord A. Worthington calling attention 
to the poor cond*«on ,/ t^e *.nni. court, in ^.no neta i.rk. 




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From Ur9* Henry Charlea MarcuB proieaiing ramoual 

#/ ahrubbary on Lombard Street, between Hyde and Leauenioorth 

Streeta. 

The following lettera were read and ordered filedt 
From the Down Town Aaaociation reiterating ita 

requeat that the Paiact of Fine Arte be reatored at the 

earlieat peaaible date* 

Communication from the following advocating a pitch and 

Putt Golf Courae in (^rolden rate Parkt 

Twenty'four membera of the S» J, Federal Reaerue 

Bank Club 
J)r* Leo. JIT. Liaa, National Aaa'n, of Chtropediata 
G. R» Linaley 
J» P. Burke Jr,, Branch Manager, Richfield Oil 

Corporation, 

Tacht Harbor, On motion duly made and s econded, 
the Conmiaaien approved the following applicationa for Tacht 
Harbor Mooring Licenaea: 

NAME or APPLICANT BERTH NO. NAJ.fE OF BOAT 

Jack F* Cartman Temp. Nancy Lee 



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RESOLUTION NO, 1541 
RESOLVED unanimoualy by the Park Commiaaion that 
for the beat intereat and proper conduct of the Park Depart 
ment the Controller be and ia hereby requeated to approve 
the following paymentat 



RALPH MURRAY ,^^- 

Band Concerta - 7olden late Park - Feb. 1948 

COLLECTOR 07 INTERNAL REViJNUE 
Federal Tax on Admiaaiona - Feb, 1948 

CALIFORNIA WIRE CL^ '^^ ro.iPOJUTION 
Final payment - Inatallation of Chain 
Link Fence - Flethhacker Pool 

ASSOCIATED ENGINEERS ^ . ^* « 

Final Payment -Installation of an Irrigation 
Syatem - Unit No. 1, Golden Gate Park 




$ 1,806.00 
218*37 
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firit projr^aa Payment - Jnatolla-iion 0/ 
jpri<7otion System in Miaaion Park 

5«ooncl progreaa Payment - InaTOJlation 0/ 
y«i0 Scum Rail Drainage Line at Fleiahhaoker 
Swimming Pool^ 

iprwnn r^LLGREN 

tirai payment - Recirculating Lin9 

Beplaoement at Flefhhaoker Pe^l 

n' uAnA A STEWART 

Jirat payment - Mechanical Repair a ta Boiler 
and Replacement of Domeatio Hot Water Syatem 
at Flaiahhacker pool Buthhouae 

n^rjjrmjIJA PACIFIC TITLE JNSURJLl^CE SPmH 
for pure ha a e of Lot 6 in Aaaeaaor'a Block 
6132, San Francisco, from Univeraity ifound 
Old Ladiea' Home, required for McLaren Park 



$2,250.00 



9,606.60 



4,453.30 



6,030.00 



1,100.00 



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^f^QJJJT JOS NO. 1542 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commiaaion for the 
heat intereat and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Controller be and ia hereby requeated to approve the 
following Work Orderat 



DESCRIPTION 



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10. DEPARTISENT 

342 Dept. of Public Worka Miac.Seruicea, repaira 
(Ablic Buildinga) ^JlVtl/^ic^' ^ 

Genl.Di'vn - Additional 



AUOUNT 
$ 50.00 



343 Purchasing Dept. 
(Shop No. 1) 



Miac» aervicea, auto- 
motioe repaira, etc. 
for Jan. Feb. Mar. 1948 

Add'l. 



1,000.00 



344 D.pi. of PutlicWorX* ^ilJ-'fP"'" tr^d 



300.00 



(Bureau - Street 
Repaira) 



345 Purchaainy Dept. 
(Reproduction Burea^iJ 

346 S. F. Water Dept. 



facing aa required 
Golden Jate Park k Small 
Parks and Square and 
miscellaneoua seruicea 
April, May, June 

Blueprinting, Photoatat 
aervicea, etc. 1946 
April, May, June. 

Miao. Servicea, April 
May, June, 1946 
General Diviaion 



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(Shop No* 1) 

346 purchaaing Dept, 
(Shop NO. 1) 



349 purchaser of Supplie 
(Central Warehouse 

350 Dept. of public Wke. 

(public Bldge,) 

351 Dept. of Public Wka. 
(public Bid:] a.) 



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Miac* Services Automotive $ 5,175.00 
repaira, etc. for Apr* 
May, June 1948 

Blackamithing services 500.00 

automotive repairs, etc* 
Apr. Hay, June 1948 
Commissary Division 

s Stationery and Office 200.00 

Supplies Apr. Hay June 
1948 - General Division 

Misc. Services, repairs to 150.00 

equipment, etc. for April, 
ifyy, J^ne 1948 Qenl.Divn, 

Furnish and install twe 320.00 

guards over door in 
pachyderm quarters - S.F.Zoo. 



rfv<;!nT.I;rTO ff }J0. 1543 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
the best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the controller be and is hereby requested to approve the 
following Allotments and Transferst 

712^112-01 Holidays - ^rcneral Division 
712-112-0*' Holidnnja -Zoo Division 
712-112^03 Holidays - Comnissary Division 
712-112-04 Holidays - Hecreational Division 
712-130-03-^ wages Temporary - Com'.issary Divn. 



712 500-88 Kesar Stadium - Convenience Stations 
712-000-^8 Kesar ^^^.^^^^ ^^^.^ ^ne) 

712-500-90 Fleishhacker Pool - Replace Cable 

_ To: 

^ro^t ^^ r^ 12-500-90 

712-213-04 neishhacker Pool 

litce* i- Repair ienlace Cable 

Bldgs.-Jiecreationul Divn. .iepiac^ 

712-500-90 
712-913-04 Tri^ishhacker Pool 

Replacement i lleconstruct ^^^^^J.^aM* 
Recreational Di^» ^ 



$ 1,225*00 

712,00 

1,375.00 

900.00 

2,500.00 

6,336*00 



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Zoo Division 

Xllowance for Ouertiine 
CoKBii90<^rV ^*''» 

712-'900-02 

Servicea Other Dept9. 

Zoo Division 

712'-200''01 

Contractual Services 
aensral Division 



712^11U01 

Allowxnoe for Overtime 

General Diviaion 

?12''111-01 

Allowance for Overtime 

General Diviaien 

?12-d00'02 

Materials and Suppliea 

Zoo Diviaien 

712^900-'01'1 
Servicea Other Depts* 
Shop #1 



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113^91 



600.00 



1,000.00 



r,^.<!npjrTON NO. 1544 
RESOLVED unanimoualy by the Park Conmiaaion that for 
the best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the controller be and is hereby requested to approve the 
following Orders for Service or Workt 
ORD^H ?0R SERVICE 



OR WORK 



VEND OH 



66 Abbett Electric Co, 



67 Ralph Uurray 



68 California Pacifi^c 
Title In3urcnce Co. 



AJIOUHT 
$312.00 



nfSCRIPTION 

Replacement of the 
existing electrical 
conductors to the Sump 
pump at Kesar Stadium 

Band L'usic 1948 Uay 
Day Celebration at 
Ke2ar Stadium 

Title insurance policy 27.00 
Block 6132 ~ Lot 6 
University Vound Old 
Ladies' Home 



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SESOLm> unan*«ou5iy ^y the P<>rk Co^iii.>i"> th,.t fr 
Ue »„t interest and proper conduct of tHe Far, Department. 
Me Hon.r tHe m,or »« a«i i. ^re^ "«-*«" *' '»'" «" 
.rii.anc. prepared appropriating $19,000.00 fr.n Appropriation 

„+v-n Ji^aerue) to the credit of the 
712-199-00 (Park Compensation Reserve j 

following appropriations t 

vnn^m - commissary Divn, $18,000.00 
712-130-03-ii Temporary Wages - lowttiibbu « 

^ -..r„ Waaes - Recreational Divn. , 1,000^00 
712-130-04''^ Temporary nages 

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JJ^ gmmioyeee required fer the uninterrupted eperatie-n •/ the 
lunch rooma, beethe, ridee activ'tiee and the Fleiehhacker 

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RESOLUTION NO. 1546 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Conniasien that fer 
the best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department, 
his Honor the Mayer be and is hereby requested to have an 
trdinance prepared appropriating $3,250.00 from Appropriation 
712^199'00 (park Compensation Reserve) to the credit of the 
following appropriationst 
722-221-01 Allowance for Overtime - 7enl.Divn. $1,250,00 
?12'-112'-01 Holidays - General Division 500.00 

712'112-02 Holidays - Zoo Division 100,00 

712^111^03 Allowance for Overtime - Commissary Divn, 200.00 
712-112^03 Holidays - Commissary Division 800.00 

712-112^04 Holidays - Recreational Division — 400 f OQ 

$3.250.00 

To provide funds fer: 

(1) Overtime Pay for employees required to work in excess of 
their regular schedule to properly care for park properties 
in emergencies, etc. 

(2) Holiday Pay for employees required to m rk on Holidays 
when this is their regular day to work or there is an 



emergency. 



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Uarch 19, 1946 



Special 



15501 



A special meeting ef the Pnrk C9nmiaai9n was held 
Friday, March 19, 1948, 3:00 p,m., in iioLaren Lodge, r^elden 
Qate Park, San Franci ace* 

The fellowing Conmiaaionera mere preaenti 

Mr* Harvey E, Teller, Preaident 
Mr* Peter Berout 
Mr* Wn* M. Ceffman 

Absents Mr* Hugh Gallagher 
Mr* Fred D. Parr 

- mlution : On motien duly made and seconded, the fellowing 

resolution was approved and adopted^ 

RESOLUTION NO* 1550 

RESOLVED by the Park Comniasien that hi a Honor the 
Mayor be and is hereby requested to approve the placinj of a 
Bond Issue in the amount of $8,500,000 before the electorate 
at the primary and city bond election on June 1, 1948, for 
the following purposest 

For the improvement, enlargement and completion of the 
John McLaren Park, (Golden 7at e Park and other existing parka 
m^^ ar^^fftmrn* n+hi^-n f* r^mrif^Tm. thm ZooJootcal O-ardons and 
Yacht Harbor; for the acquisition of landa and the improve- 
ment of landa for new parka; for the constri^ction and rehab- 
ilitation of buildinga, structures, facilities and other 
improvements, consisting of irrigation systems, roada,paths, 
grandstands, field houses, convenience stations, yacht bertha, 
baseball diamonds, stadium. Pitch and Putt golf course, and 
for other works and facilities neceaaary or convenient for 
public parka, squares, athletic fields. Zoological Gardens 

and Tacht Harbor a» 

BE IT FURTHER lESOLVED that his Honor the Mayor be 



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^^ Beard ef Supervisere, the inclusion ef the Park Conmisaien'a 

§8,500,000 Bond laaue en the ballet at the primary and city 

bord eleotien en June 1, 1946* 






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Commission, the meeting adjourned at 5:45 p.m. 




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A regular w««*iny of the Pmrk Commisaion wa held 
Thursdmy, Uarcti 25, 1948, 4t00 p.r;., «t UcLmren Lodge, Jolden 
aete Perk, Sen Frencisoem 

The following Commiaaionera were preaentt 

Ur» Heruey E.Teller, Preaident 

i/r, ¥m, U, Coffmen, Commiaaioner 

Mr. Hugh Cfallegher, Coniaiaaioner 

Jir, Fred D. Parr, Comniaaioner 

Abaenit Mr, Peter Bercut, Commiaaioner 

The minutea of the reguler meetinj held iferch 11 end the 
apeciel meeting held Uerch 19, were approved end adopted, 

Kesar Stadium. Meaara. Charles Harney, Jamea Needlea and 
Joseph Kuharich, representing vhe Vniveraity of San ."rancisco, 
and I'esara, Marshall Leahy and Anthony Horabita, representing 
the San Francisco Forty-Ninera, appeared relative to certain 
dates for football ganea at Kesar Stadium durim the 1948 
aeaaon. After a full discuaaion, in which all parties were 
heard, the application of the iniversity of San Franciace 
for September 19 and October 24 waa denied and the football 
schedule, as preaented by the Director of Recreational 
JLctivittsc, -as ipprcvcd and zdoptsd, 

gardin 7 Park, The hearing on the requeat of the Harding 
Park ^o2f Club for certain tournament datea for 1j48, waa put 
over until the meeting of April 6, 

{Jnion Scucre, Uesara, Stackpole and Bourne, representing 
the Art Coamission, appeared and presented a revised plan for 
s proposed Art Exhibit in Union Square. On -^.etion duly made 
and aeconded, the Comnission rescinded ita action of the 
last meeting, denying the Art Commisaion the use of Union 
Square fer thj annual Art Shew, approved the revised plan, 
and referred the matter to the Superintendent with .full power 

t9 act. 





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Superintendent the San ^yancisco Polo end 




ommendation of the 



Hucing Club's 



playing schedule at the '}olden late Park Stadium and 
periods at the Beach Chalet J'ield iDere aporoucd. 



practice 



l:\ititic 



Aquatic Park, The Renaissance Club of Oakland's reauest 



for permission to use the two ballrooms in Acuatic Park fro 
9 p»n,j to 2 a»n,, on Saturday, May 15, ,ror its annual 
invitational formal dance, was denied. 



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Jmpe^* J^niyero Serra Boulevard , On the reooMTieniation of the 



Strra 



^ Superintendent, the Lakeside Property Owners Association's 
request for assistance in ^naintaining trees and shrubs along 
Junipero Serra Boulevard, was denied, 
S,7,Zool, S, '\Zoological kirdens, Ilr, H, "^radshav:' s r ecu est for 



permission to sell balloons end novelties in the J. 
Zoological hardens Das denied. 



Palace 



"ine Arts, The Secretary 's report te the 



Public Ruildings, Lands and Oity Planninn ''o- --.ittee, oard 
of Supervisors, rslati^e to the Palace of yine Arts, vas 



a: 'roved and adoDt 



ros jiouse Cove, 



The Secretory' s report to the Ifayor's 



Executive secretary on 's$ B9U9e Covej wos approved and 
oior>ted. 



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palace of Fine Arts. The Secrsia 



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gdvifie Smi't^, Bull and IfoCreery 0/ 
*• using the Palace of Fine Arts, 



the legal conplications 



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Anuatic park* Ur, Sigurd B» Ilyland 



er'3 proposal t» lease 



the pier ct Aquatic park was put over until a lat 



er meeting 



f enable the Commissioners to study the established joI 



icy 



fer the use of Aquatic Park Lagoo 



n, 



l^liMlt ^. F, pool. The Vuncc.nson-Harrelson Company ^s request 



"or permission to substitute "Tuf-ris::** ilas 



s for polished 



wire plate glass in .he construction of a hi ih diving t 



g to'jier 



ct Fleishiiacker Pool, was jrcnted, 



.<j House 



iJas House Cove, iir» Harold S» Pet-rson's 



conmunicnti on 



advising that he hni discontinued personal operation of hi 
concession ct ?st House Cove j^as presented, "^he Superin~ 



tendent was instructed to investi-:cte 



le re- ort that this 



concession is being operated by persons without autw^rity 
from the Co^^mission ani to perform -::uitever acts that night 



be necessary to orotec 



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A, y/, V.3^ The Anerican JToner. ' 3 Voluntary Service ' a request 
that a shelter be construct-d in Golden J^ate Park, to be used 
for i'O'.ien for rscreaitonsl purposes -woa denied for lack of 



funds, 



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Portsmouth SQuare, The Secretary r^as instructed te 



-.are : inform the Centennial Committee of the City Attorney's opinion 
concerning the use of Portsmouth c>~^uare. 

The follovnng letters were read end referred to the 



Superintendent 



From vhe Hert of 



Ttoin Peaks So t "'all Lea jue requesting 



that backstops be plnced in park side Square, 2ath and Vicente 
Street, and Larson Park, 19th and illoa Street, for the use 
of the Cub Scouts, 



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Jesse II, Osborne requesting information relative 



te his position as track-rjin at the 



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From E* W, Miacho/f requesting permission i 



use park 



electricity for a small portable electric sound system in 
connection vith folk dancing on the lawn opposite Children' 
playgrounds 

from the parkside Hethodist Church advising that for 



three years the young people's group have met on St 



rawberry 



Hill for Easter Services and requesting permission to use 



these premises on East^^r Sunday^ from 6:30 to 7:15 a, 



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from George E,Sibbett requesting that the parking strip 
on (Greenwich Street, below Hyde Strsnt, which is planted 



w 



ith shrubs, be renoved as it now interferes with the parking 



of cars. 

From H, S, Tittle Company requesting an extension of 
ninety Says on the lighting contract for the Yacht Harbor 
Extension, 

From Jacob 7orius asking permission to work his gold 
Machine at the beach- 

The folloxcing letters were read znd ordered filed: 

An opinion from the Cit ,' Attorney, John J, O'Toole, on 
The use ef the Strybing Bequest Funds, 

Frem the Veterans of Foreign Stars, San Francisco Council^ 
advocating the construction of a rifle range. 

From miton Stansky advocating the construntinv nf n 
Pitch and Putt Jolf 'Source, 

From the Building Owners and flanagers Association of 
Sun Pranctsce advocating the construction of a garage under 

St, ^ury 'a Square, 

From the Salvation Amy thankin,; the Com^'.ission for 
the opportunity to hold outdoor services in Union Square 

during Holy Week, 

Fron his Honor the :/ayor transmitting a letter from the 
Consul of Cuba and thanking the Commission .'or its contri- 
bution of a bear. 




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i^n 4">ard of Contract - stre et Tree PJani:ir,^ on 7u^rr^r» 

'^ntracit Street, Market t. Arm Street and a t Anpar^] na-.y, industrial 
street and Barneoeld Avenue. ^ The Secretary presented the 
the folloiaing bids for the abeoe workt 

HUettig ft Schrenn ^7 297.00 

Justice-Vunn Company 7 532 ^55 

Oalifornim Ifursery Company He Lump Sum Bid 
On the recommendation of the Superintendent and n§ motion 
duly made, seconded and unanimously passed, the following 
resolution u}as adopted} 

RESOLUTION NO, 1555 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that a 
contract be awarded te HUETTia & SCHROm, covering Street 
Tree Planting on Guerrero Street, Market to Army streets and 
at Apparel City, Industrial Street and Bcrneueld Avenue, San 
Frcnci SCO, and the Secretary be and he is hereby authorised 
to execute the sane in the name of the Park Corv^ission and 
that payjnent theref-r in the amount of $7,19?»00 be paid 
from Appropriation 612~900-07 (Street Tree Planting), 



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injnue reconneniation of the Superintendent, the following delinquent 

accounts loere -referred to the Bureau of Delinqueni P.^venue: 



$ 5,00 
5,00 



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Leonard C, Cheek 
Louis Priscia 
Jay Hertzberg 5,00 

Tacht Harbor I^oorin_:: licenses. On the recommeniation §f 



i*oring the Director of .-iecreational Activities, the following 
±j:e.se$i 

applications for mooring licenses at Yacht Harbor xere cp proved: 



i:ahe op appli:a::t 
John H, Devlin 
Paul Morel 



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On the reo9nnend»i;i9n of iha Superintendent, the follew^ 
ing reaolutient were adoptedf 

RESOWTION m^ l.'isi 

RES0L7ED unanimously by the fark Conmisaien thet fr the 

best interest aid preper C9nduci ef the Park Department 

the Contreller be and is hereby requested te appreve the 

fallowing Order far iiorvice or Worki 

ORDER FOR 

SERVICE 

QR WORK VENDOR 



DESCilPTION 



69 California pacifio Title Title Insurance 
Insurance Company policy - Lot d 

Black 5995, (Webber) 
required for McLaren 
Park, 



AMOUNT 
$ 16,00 



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RESOLUTION NO, 1552 
RESOLVED unaniriously by the Park Conniasion that for the 
best interest and proper conduct of the Park Depart^er ': the 
Controller be and is hereby requested to appraue the fallow^ 
ing Wark Or d err 

DESC'UPTION AMOUNT 



W,0,No, DEPARTMENT 
Son purchasing Dept,Shapffl 



Placksyii thing and $250,00 

utac, services far jalf 
caurses and various 
recreational units, April, 
May, and June 1948 






RESOLUTION I'O, 1553 
RESOLVED unani-rioucly by the Park Commission thzt for the 
best interest and proper conduct of the park Department the 
Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the transfer 
af $706.12 ta appropriation 612^000^00 (Reserve for ^.djustment) 
frovi the surplus in the fallowing apprapriatiant 
612-215-01 Utce, & Repair - Sidewalks i- P.aada $703,12 



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RESOLVED unanimously ty the Park Con^r^Uai.n thai f.r 
the beat interest and proper conduct of the Park Department, 
hia Honor the Mayor be and is hereby requested to have an 
ordinance prepared appropriating $9,713.00 to appropriation 
?12-.300^01 (Uaterials and Supplies - General Division) /ro» 
the surplus in the follooinj appropriations: 

712-500'^Se a. G, Park - Arguello Blvd. 

Entrance Staira ^ 3,170.4? 

712^500-60 Children's Quarters Anphi-theatre 3,056.00 

712.500-83 Model Yacht Clubhouse - Heating 

System 391.12 

712-500-6? aolden Gate park Paddock Fencing 483.30 

712-500-09 Coit Toner Rehcbiliiati on - Roof 

Repairs 564.00 

612-000-00 park Fund Reserve 2 028.11 

9,713.00 
to provide funds for the purchase of materials aid supplies 
required for the uninterrupted operation of thePark 
department* 



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Com:T.issi on, the izeetinj adjourned at 6t40 p.m. 



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San frcncisco, California 
April e, 194d 






A regular meting of the park Comni 



• »ion was tield 



Thurtday, April d, 1946, 4:00 p.n,, at iicLaren Lodge, 7old 
ijate Park, i'on yrancisco^ 

The following Commi$aioner$ xe 



en 



re preaenti 



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ISr, Harvey K, Teller, President 

ITr, Wn, M» Coffnan 

lir, Hu'jh Jallagher 

Mr, Fred D. Parr 

Abseri fUr, Peter Bercut 

Th9 jninutea of the Park Commiition meeting held Maroh 
25, 1948, were approved and adopted, 

HcrdinQ park. Representative* of the warding park 
Jolf Club appeared on the club'9 recommendationa for the 
improvement of the playing conditiona at Harding park and 
on the application for additional datee for club tournament* 
during the calendar year 1946, subnitted to the Con^i ssion 
on March 25, 1946, 

After a full discussion, the Con'^ission (a) unanimouely 
aDcroved and adopted the director of Recreational Activities 
report on the club's recommendctions; (b) confirmed the 
October date previously granted zo the club; and (c) directed 
the Director of Recreational Activiti 3S to meet with the 
Committee and further study the additional dates requested. 



Palace of 



Fine Arts. I'r, Ira Curry 'e application fo. 



[ i-:i{ leasin-:; the Palace of Fine nrts Building and using the area 

around the Lagoon, for a National Home Show, from }*ay to 
Octobr, 1949, was put over to a later meeting and the 
Secretary was instructed to confer with the City Attorney 



■ ry 
reictiue to 



the leial vhases of the application 



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Portf^moufh Souare, Hessrs, Carl Eastman, John Cuddy, 



Ross Buell. and Belfora Brown^ 



renresentinQ the San Francisco 



Centennial Committeei 



appeared on the application for the 




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use 0/ e tection 0/ Portsmouth 5?uar<? for the conMtruction 
of buildingt, to be u»ed for recrsational purpose*, during 
the Centennial celebration in 1948, 1949, and 2950. Tha 
application was approved in principle subject to final 
approval of the agreement to be submitted at a lat 



Civic Center, The Labor Zionist's Council 



er Jneeting, 
was granted 



c Center on 



permission to hold a mass meeting in the Civi 
Sunday, April 16, lu48, from 1 to 2t30 p,m. 

Aquatic Park Center, The San Francisco Ifuaeum of 
Science and Industry's plan for operating the Aquatic Park 
was considered and President Teller was authorised to appoint 



a representative to act on the 'JovmitteSi 



The Western Catering Company's proposal to provide 
catering service at Acuatic Park yas put over until a later 



meeting, 

Mr, Louis Siiipson's request to provide catering service 
for weddings, banquets, etc, at Acuatic park, dcs cut 
over until a later T^eting, 



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'cCopfin Square, The Library Co!r,mis8ion's application 



for permission to locate a trench library in ire southeast 
corner in IfcCoppinSquare was put over until c later vieeting 
to ennble representatives of the Park and Library Commissions 
to visit the site. 



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Corporatio 



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application for perr^ission to make a survey of 



St, Mary's Square and 



to drill four test noles to determins 



the soil and foundation condition, was granted, 

Keear Stadium, The California State Automobile 
Association's reauest for permission *o holi -"heir annual 



safety patrol review i 



n Kesar Stadium on Thursday, }%y 27, 



and in case " rain on 'riday, Uay 26, at 1 p,m,, teas 



iranted, 






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UcCODPin Scuare, The Parkaide Diatriot Improvemeni 
Club's request for permission -to hold its annual ii'ay Day 









activity in UcGoppin Square on Sunday, May 2, mas jranted, 

Ciuic Center, On the recommenlation of the Superin- 
tendent, the Public Schools Week's Conmittee's application 
for permission to hold a mass band concert by R,0,T»C, units 
in Union Square, on April 30, loas denied, '-ith the suggestion 
that they u3e the Civic Centsr* 

garden Showp Tf^e California Horticultural Society's 



reques 



t for exhibits from the Arboretum and Conservatory for 



the California Spring Jarden Shotc oeginning April 26, was 



approved^ 



Ths following 



letters ;;ere read cr.i referred to the 




Suoerintendentt 



From the Californ 



ia Spring Blossom .ti d ;/iii /loiter 



Mssociction reque 



sting permission to plnr.t three or four 



hawthorn trees 



in the Shakesneurean Tarden in 7olden ^-cie 



Park , cs c 



tribute to I'iss Alice Eastwood, 



From t 



the Jar. yrancis 



CO Municipal Parks Employees Union 



rsDcriin:! that the convenience 



stations at Alta Plasc 



Lafayette en 



^ Ala~,o Squares are withou 



.toricl seruic 



oni rer^ues 



iim that they oe kept in good condition. 



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rnic Cricket Associ^^iion, 



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The following letters loere read 



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Fron John In, Sniley protesting the Harding park 
Golf Club 'a recucaf for additional tournament datsa. 

From Dorothy Jonea suggesting that fruit trees be 
planted on the s treeta of San Francisco, 

From Henry Jonea protesting the banning of parking 
of automobilea in the gas iloase Cove area, 

Fron lathmian Steamship Company protesting the 
canoellatior. jf Peterson 's Isaae at Gca ^ouae Cove, 



From L% Patea Young recuesti 



con 



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of the '^n„tr taxi and party fishing asviviiiea at G-aa House 



Cove, 



Fron A, Henry Ploennia suggesting that the Arboretum 



be r.a.r.ffi "Exotic Botanical garden". 

From Mrs, juthel J, ^t.bbe 3j,o,iitting the cdJlenda to 



the proposal for the operation of a skating rinis in 
Palace of Fine Arts, 



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^t.ecse 

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.:€lei3e of Clnin, The Secretj.ry icas authorised to 
execute release of claim in the amount of ■,±.-,00, -gainst 
L'rs, Lue Ida Hcuret. covering J,a,.:a,:e to perk property. 




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Licenses, On r..otion duly :iiade 



n^,i seconded, 



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reaol.it io\s uere adopiedt 




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iiSSCLUTIOi: no, 1556 
RESOLVED unanimou»l]j by the Park Commi99ion that for 
the best interest end proper conduct of the Park Department 
hi» Honor the L'ayor be and it Hereby requested to have an 
ordinance prepo^red transferring ;^462,5Q from Appropriation 
712'-lo>9-00 (Park Compensation Reseroe) to Appropriation 
7l2^110'-01 (Permanent Salaries - G-eneral Division) to provide 
funds for the compensation of one B512 General Clerk Typist 
at the rate of ^165.00 per -aonth effective April 13, l'J43, 
i?i<» new position is bein createl by action of bhe Civil 
Service Commission and the position of one 3406 General Clzrk 
Stenojrapher is eliminated. 






lissoLiTiou ::o, 155? 
nSSOlVED unanimously by the Park ComAssion that for 
the best interest 2nd proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Controller be ani is hereby recuested to approve the 
folloi^ing paynentst 



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Final payment I" In. 'italic ti on of ^ew Scum hail 
Draincys Line at the Flei. -"hacker oui,Mini^ Pool. 



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T^W^^^^echanical ^^epairs Jo :^1^ and 
Rer^lace-ient of Domestic Hot ^aier system a. 
Pleisi^uacker Pool bathaouse, 

at :-leishhaaker Pool 

Second progress Payment - installation of 
IrriT^tion^ System in fission Park. 

(in'ruii^l 7ALLUEN o^ioa-tion and 

Fir^t progress Payr^ent - •;«'^°^-** j"" ° ^^ 
Reconctruition of a IJiniature Railway a. 
Fleiahhacker Play field, 

KALPK :j.RRAX Band Concerts - mrch 124B 

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Aami^sion T^xes - llarciX 



$ 1,524,40 



670.00 



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8,424,00 



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RESOLVED unani^,oualy by the Park CoKmis,ion that for 
the be$t interest and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the 
following Allotments oi J traneferat 

ALLOTMENTS 



Apyropriation 

712-500^?? Small Parka end Squarea 

(L'iaaion Park Irrigation Syatem) 



$306, 30 



TdA::sF^:RS 



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7l2-'200'-04 

Contraotual Servicea 
liecreati onal Dio* 

?12-'900^04 

Servicea Other Depiam 

Jiecreational Div, 



£0 

712-300-04 

Matcriala and Suppli ea 

Rsareatior.al Jiv% 

712-300-04 

Uateriala and Suppli ga 

l-iecrscti onal Div» 



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534. 00 



.iKSOLUTlON XO, 1559 
RESOLVED unar.inoualy by the Park Coanisaion for the 
beat interest arvi roper conduct of the Park Depcrtw.ent ths 
Oontroller be and ia hereby requested to approve the folloiHnj 
Work Orders: 



353 S»FmWater Dept, Inffvcll 4" Jervice, etc* 

for ^'isaion park 
Irrigation Systerim 



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RESOLUTION .v^. 1560 
ME30LVE0 unanin^ously -, ' ^ Park Cor-.niaaion that for 
the beat intereat ani .roper conduct of the Park Department 
ihe Controller be and is i.ereby requested to approve the 
fol loving Work Orders t 

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354 public Works Dept, 
(Architecture) 



Reconiitioning and additions ^40,349 
to t:)ilets, Kesar Stadiuvi - 
contract 



355 Public Works Dept, inspection services - 

Reconditioning ani addition 
to toilets at Kesar Stadium, 



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hereby requested to approve the allotment of $41,549,00 from, 
Appropriation 712-500-68 (Keaar ::>tadium - Convenience Stations) 
for the above described Work Orders, 






Suj^erintendent's Rejiorts. The Superint endmt reoorted 



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Lincoln Park Well, That the drilling of a water well 
in Lincoln Park had been stopped lahen it had been found that 
there loas no u}ater. 

Panhandle, The closini of the entrance to the Pan- 
handle at Ashbury Street, and the construction of two paths 
for pedestrians. 

The Superintendent requested and received approval on 
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Yacht Harbor, The plans and speci.'^cctions for 
rovements to iac/it Harbor as prepared by Punnett, Pares 



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Kesar Stadium, The proposed contract for the 
rehabilitation of convenience stations at Keacr Stadium, 
gjchfln ;g of Anir.als, Upon the reconnen Lation of 



'■he Saverintenlen 



t, the JowTiission ap/rouffi the exchange 



)f The following aninals in the S, F,Zoolojical Jcrdenat 

Two pair Axis Deer :ind one pair IHlgai Antelopes 
for one pair Stanley Crcnes and one pair Pennuins, fron 



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ni iriszly 3ears for one p 



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T-j)0 pair Wallaroos 



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Lighting Service and Public Addreta Syaten, 
Bandstandj Golden Jate Park* 

Conttj'uction of the }'Urphy Mill Reservoir, 
Qolden Gate Park 

Furniahing and Installing certain mechanicml 
equipment at the Sev}age Treat.nent Plenty 
aolden G-ate Park, 

Restoration of mralt at the Flei ehhtaher 
Mer^orial Mother*' Hou»e» 

Conttruction of Concrete Cover, Water Worke, 
Reservoir* 




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April 82, 1946 



,^« A regular mBeting of the Park Commi89ion vaa held at 

^^^^^^* McLaren Lodge, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Thursday, 

April 22, 1948, at 4 p.u. 

The felloiDing Comnieaionere were preaentt 

Mr* Wm* U»Coffman, Acting President 
Jtr» Hugh Gallagher 
Mr. Fred D. Parr 

Ahaentt Mr* Harvey S. Teller 
Mr* Peter Bercut 

tmtes 2*« minutea of the regular meeting of the Park Coiwiit- 



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aion held on April 8, 1948, tcere approved and adopted* 

AQuatic park* Meaara* Harry Sullivan and Slmer Delaney, 
repreaenting the Committee for the Development of Aquatic 
park, appeared and requeated that the dreaaing facilitiea at 
the Aquatic park Center he made available as soon o« awinming 
waa permitted and that theUayor be requested to approve 
an increase in the park Department 'a 1948-49 budget, in an 
amount aufficient to landscape the area adjacent to the 
building, commonly known aa the '*Cal Pak" lot* 

The Superintendent was directed to prepare an eatimte 
of the cost for landscaping the property in question and submit 
the information to the Acting President for presentation U 

the Mayor* 

The Secretary was instructed to communicate with the 
Director of Public Health to determine if the operation of the 
proposed sewage pumping station would eliminate the objections 
to swimming in the waters of Aquatic Park* 

Mr* McGregor and Dr* McKinley, representing the San 
Francisco Museum of Science and Industry, called to th% 
Commiaaion'a attention the mseum'a plan for operating th9 
Aquatic park, which they believed wouU coincide 



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9iih tht purpoat for whteh -the Aquatic park waa itdiaatad^ 
at outlined ky Mr* J7«laney» 

AoUng Preaidani Co/fman atatad thai H would ba 
wall for all groupa to praaant tha plana for tha uaa of 
Aquatic Park and aftar earaful study, tha Cowmtaaion would 
than arriva at ita daaiaion* 

gjQA , On tha raoomnandation of tha Suparintandant, 
tha plana and apaeifioationa for tha rehabilitation of 
tha ahip '*(}JOA'', aa praparad by tha aJOA foundation, wara 
approvad and adoptad, and tha Superintendent waa authoriaad 

to call for bida» 

^. Davidaont Tha Sunriaa Sxater Service Conmittaa'a 
application for permiaaion to plaaa a granita bench in 
jf*. Dauidaon Park, in the vicinity of tha Croaa, aa a 
manorial to Homer K. Pitman, waa approvad in principle, 
aubjact to approval of the Art Gomniaaion. 

Tha sunriaa Saater Service Comnittea'a reaovtmanda^ 
tion for tha purchase of certain lota adjoining Jft. 
Davidaon Park, waa referred to tha Superintendent for 

report at aoma future time* 

anidm gate park* The San Franeiaao Lodge No. 9, 
B.P.O. Slka, request for permisaion to hold the annual 
Flag Day Ceremoniea, June 13, in the Band Concourse, 
Golden aate park, waa granted. 

p.^*.^nu±h square. The Veterans of Foreign War's 
raqueat that the Commiaaion raaonsider the plaeing of a 
monument in memory of Chinese World War II Veterans in 
Portsmouth Square, waa referred to the Superintendent, 
with the suggeation that a draining of the propoaed 
monument be presented for the Commiaaion'a consideration 

at a aubaequent meeting. 

r,<...i. pari. !*. a» rronct,*o SxaMin.r's r.«u..* 
/or ,.mU»ion to hoM the annual HoU In One Oolf 



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fottma««nt in Lincoln fork for *h« W09k of June 26, through 
July S, at the eighth hole, waa granted^ 

The San Franeiaeo Gall Bulletin'e requeet for 
permieeion to hold the 20th Annual Call^BulleUn junior 
Qolf Tournament from June 21 to 25, inoluaiue, at Lincoln 
park, and the 2nd annual Bill Johnaton Memorial Tennie 
Tournament at the Golden Gate Park Tennia Courta, from 
July 18 to 16, ineluaipe, vaa granted^ 

Union Souare, The United Spaniah War Veterans 
requeat for permiaaion to hold the annual Dewey Day 
eeremoniea in Union Square on yay 2, waa granted* 

§eaeh Chalet* The San Franeiaeo Dog Training Club, 
me*, requeat for the uae of the Beaeh Chalet, along with 
an area adjaeent thereto, for a dog training elub waa 
referred tQ the Superintendent for report* 

golden Gate Park* The Ladiea' Club of Golden Gate 
Commandery'a requeat that the monument formerly at the 
19th Avenue entrance to Golden Gate Park, be replaced in 
aome other location in the park, waa referred to the 
Superintendent for report, 

freedom Gardena, The Houaing Authority of the City 
and County of San Francisco 'a requeat for pemiaaion to 
uae a atrip of ground between the Sunnydale Development 
and Sunnydale Avenue, in McLaren Park, for Freedom Gardena, 

waa granted* 

Golden Gate Park* On the recommendation of the 
Superintendent, Meaara* Charlea Hoyle and Don Graham'a 
applicationa for permiaaion to operate miniature traina 
in Golden Tate Park, one block eaat of the Great Highway, 
between Fulton and Lincoln Way, were denied. 

I ^ j^ raren Park* The San Franeiaeo Radio Club'a 
requeat for permiaaion to uee a email area in McLaren Park, 
on June 12 and 13, eontinuoualy from 6 a..., Saturday, 
to 4 p.m., Sunday, to operate a tranamitter, waa granted. 












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Ham ffoiipany'a requsat for an opportunity to •ontlnu* 
the aaruiea formerly renierei to tho Army during the ipor 
o* the Palaee of Fine Arte, toaa held in aheyanee, pending 
a study of the need for fire alarm aervice in other 
propertieam 

Sunaet Heiahta» The Sunaet Heighta Improvement 
Cluk'a inquiry aa to the amount of moniea available for 
improvenenta to the Sunaet Heighta park, looa referred to 
the Seeretary for reply. 

Street Tree Planting , On the reeommendation of the 
Superintendent, Buettig and Sehronm'a requeat for per'» 
miaaion to subatitute Prunua piaaardii or Aeaeia 
Melanoxylon, for Prunua blieriana, in Hie atreet tree 
planting contraet, toaa granted, 

Zion Requeat, The San rraneiaeo Labor Zioniet 
Couneil'a applieation for uae of the Civic Center for a 
noon time meeting on Wedneaday, May 5, waa granted. 

The applieation for an area in the vieinity of the 
Band Concourae in Golden Gate park. May 18, waa put over 
until the next meeting. 

The following lettera were read and referred to 
the Superintendent i 

From the Sunriae Easter Serviee Committee outlining 
eertain improvements to Mt, Davidaon Park, 

From L, D, Jonea again requesting that a bulldoaer 
elear off park property adjaeent to hie hone. 

From the California Credit Aaaoeiation auggeeting 
that the P, /?• <ft r., *• requested to ehange the eleetrieal 
atandarda in Golden Gate Park ao aa to provide modern 
onea with the lighta ahining on the roadway. 

From Jennie Crocker Henderson and Nellie Olmatead 
Lineoln, requesting that the growth about Prayer Book 



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Cro99 *• -trinm^d and thai 9hrub9 be plant «4^ 

from 0ra99 Pertgo 9u§g9ating th9 planting of 

99rtain uari9tt99 of flow9rtng tr999 on th9 9tr99i9 of San 

Jron«<t«o* 

Th9 following l€tter9 io«rt read and ordered fiUdt 
From the following advocating a water taxi 9ervi9§ 

in (^9 E0U99 C0V9t 

Paul r. Wat9on 

JUbrino Cyclery and Sport Shop 

Ri99i'9 Sporting aoodo, BurlingaM9 

Ca9per Zm9irl9in 

San Fran9i 890 Surf Fi9hing Club 

Triangl9 Sal 99 Company 

Asaooiated Sport9m9n of California 

From the Golf Editor of the San Frand seo Chronicl9, 
9ugge9ting that a $100,000 supplementary requeet b9 mad9 
to hi9 Honor, the Mayor, for the 1948-49 budget, to 
90n9tru9t a pitoh and putt golf cour«« in (}old9n Oate ParAr* 

From Ja9» C* To\on9, protesting the Zion Politeal 
m99ting in Gold9n aate park* 

From Joseph L* Stewart and Howard J. J/allen, 
9ubnitting letter to the Commission advising that they have 
$900,000 with whieh to finance the eonstruetion of a 
garage under St, ifiiry's Square and forwarding a copy of 
the letter addressed to the Mayor, outlining the plan for 
th9 9onstruction of said garag9» 

From Garrett MoEnemey 11^ Chairman of the San 
FranoiS90 Chapter, American Red Cross, advising that the 
S9d Cro99 would not U39 the pala99 of Fine Arts on the 
date9 granted by the Commi99ionm 

Moti99 of Claim from the Controller '9 Offiee, filed 
by the P»Gm <* S*, covering damage to eable, in l^e amount 

of $33, S3* 

^ward of Contraet, Installation of a P umving Plant 
in lake Mereed, The Secretary presented the following 
bide for the above worki 





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Arthur Wallgrgn 

Tred J* Sorly Jr. Conine* 

y. 0. WiBBth 

Adam irra« and Son 

M A Z Corporation 

Anion poioraon A 8on9 

C. 0. Touni 

Eealy Ti^^ottt Con air * Company 

n* G.CUfford 



$17,683.00 
23,760.00 
26,124,00 
26,146.70 
29,690.00 
31,497.00 
31,756.00 
32, 200. 00 
32,766.00 
39,900.00 



On iha reoommendaiion of the Superiniondani and on 
motion duly sado and aaoondad, iha follotalng raaoluiion 
waa adopiadi 

RESOLUTIOir no. 1571 
BSSOLVSD unanimoualy by tha park Conmiaaion thai 
a contraoi ha awardad to ASSOCIATED ElfQINSSHS covertnf tha 
tnatallatton of a pumping plant in Laka Mar cad, San 
Francisoo, and tha Saoretary ha and ha iaharahy authoriaad 

to axacuta tha aama in tha name of the Park Comniaaion 
and that paymant tharafor in tha oaoun* of $17,663.00 
ha paid from Appropriation 712»500'^6 (Harding park aolf 
Couraa pumping plant). 
^solutionsj On notion duly made and aaoondad tha follotUng 

raaolutiona ware adoptedt 

R flSOUJTIOlf no. 1561 
RES0I7ED unanimously by the Park Commiaaion thai 
tha Controller ba and ia hereby raquaaiad to approoa a 
credit Modification of Contraoi in the amount of $215.25 
to the ooniraoi of J. Q. Grattan for Drilling and Oaaing 
a water Well in Lincoln Park; this being tha credit for 
70 tona of gravel not uaad at the well site, the hole 
having proven dry. 



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BESOUED unanimoualy by the Park Commiaaion thai 
for the beat intereat and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and ia hereby requeated 
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Xnatallaiion of a (?a«-rtr«d 5«olJr 
<n tht itodtl rocA* (7Ju*hou««, (Jolitn 

PUmTT. PARSZ A JTUr^rfiff^f 
rirav pcymant - Sn§in§9ring aaruioaa in 
connaotion mtih praparaHon of plana and 
apaeifioationa for vartoua projoota at 
Taoht Marbar* 

jr. S. TITTLE COUPAMJ 

rtrai I>rogreaa J^yment - Straai lighting, 

pawar and talaphona ayatama at Taoht Sarbar 

Sxtenaion9 



$ 4S3.00 



1,875.00 



9,430.50 










RESOLUTION MQ^ ISS.^ 
RSSOirSD unanimoualy hy tha Park Comniaaion that 
for tha baat intareat and proper conduct of tha Park 
Daparlmant the Controller ke and ia hereby requeated 
to approve the following Work Orderat 



W.O.MO. DEPARTiTBIi; 
356 S.F*Water Dept, 



DESCRIPTION 



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Replacing 4-3/4 •» exiat^ $ 310.00 
ing servicea with 4 new 
1" aervicea in Dolorea St. 
between Market St. * Saa 
Joaa Ave., to connect with 
irrigation eyaten in center 
atrip of Dolorea Street. 

35? ^rchaaing Dept. Blackanithing aervicea, 600.00 

Shop §1 automotive repaira, etc. 

for April, May A JUna 
(Add'l - Conniaaary Divn.) 



RESOUJTION NO. 1564 
RESOLVED unanimoualy by the Park Commiaaion t'lxit 
for the beat intereat artd proper conduct of the park 
Department theController be and ia hereby requeated t4 
approve the following Order for Service or Workt 



ORDER F(M 
SERVICE 

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70 Central Permit Bureau Inspection of high $7.50 
Dapt. of public Worka preaaure fire tube 

boiler. Miniature 
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ik* *••* intermit and proper conduct of the Park Department 
tht ContioUer ke and it hereby requested to i;ppro»e tkt 
followinf Allotment! 
^Dpronriati on 

712'^00'-^6 Harding park aolf Couree 

Fumping Plant $17,689.00 






REaOLDTIQK MO^ fSaA 
SSSOLTSD unanimously by the Hxrk Commieeion that for 
the heat intereat and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Superintendent he and it hereby authortred to eubmtt to 
hie Honor, the ilayor, the /ollowin'j eupplemental requeete 
to the 1948^1949 Budgett 



JeneT-al j)ivi8ion 
Allocance for Ooertime 
Soli days 
Fixed Charges 
Setirement Allomance 

Zoo Division 

Soli days 

Meti-re^ent Alles^c'.ce 

:':}mM,:tsa*l Zivit'.en 
Soliia^s 
Teaporcrj ibvet 
Setiremer.t Allosfox^e 

SsT^eanzuzl Ziritisz 

lilit^is 
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BEHOLYEJ) hy tht Park Commiation that a oonot99ion and 
priviU99 •/ operating a golf driving rarif* ond the privilege 
0/ selling golf merohandiae and equipment at that certain 
parcel of land lying taithin a tract of land bounded on the 
north and weet by Sloat Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard be and 
is hereby awarded to MR. LSE DOUQan for a period beginning 
July 1, 1948 and ending June 3u, 1949, at a rental of 6% of 
the groaa receipts, computed monthly, provided that in ne 
event it m 11 be leaa than $125^00 and the Secretary be and 
he ia hereby authorixed to execute auch agreement and to 
perform such acta, on behalf of the Conniaaion, aa may be 
neceaaary or convenient to give effect to the purpoae of this 
reaolution. 



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RESOLUTION NO. 1566 
RESCUED that a conceaaion and privilege of conducting 
the golf ahop and acting as a profeaaional at the Shar^) Park 
Qojf Course be and is hereby awarded to UR» ALLEN SCHOUI, for 
a period of one year, beginning July 1, 1948, and ending 
June 30, 1949, at a rental of six per cent of the total groaa 
receipta computed monthly, provided that in no event it will 
be leaa than One hundred ($100*00) dollara, and the Secretary 
be and he is hereby authorised to execute the agreement tm d 
to do and perform auth acta, on behalf of the Commieaion, aa 
may be neoeaaary or convenient to give effect to the purpoae 
ef thia reaolutien* 






^ ^SOLUTION NO, 1569 
RESOUB) that a conceaaion and privilege of conducting 
the golf ahop and acting aa a profeaaional at the Harding Park 
aolf Courae be and ia hereby awarded to UR. TED BOBBINS, for 
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receipts computed monthly, provided that in no event it mill 
be 1999 than One Hundred and Fifty Dollara ($150*00) and the 
Secretary he and he ia hereby authorited to execute the 
a§reenent and to do and perform each acta, on behalf of the 
Gomniaaion, aa may be neceaaary er conoenimt to give effeef 
to "^e purpoae of thia reaolutienn 

^SOLUTION VO. 1570 
RSSOLTED that a conceaaion and privilege of conductini 
the §olf ahep and acting aa a profeaaional at iheLincoln Park 
aolf Courae be md ia hereby awarded to JtfS. RAT de HAVEM, fer 
a period of one year^ beginning July 1, 1946 and ending Jun9 
30, 1949, at a rental of aix per cent of the total groaa 
reeeipta computed monthly, provided that in no event it id 11 
be leaa than One Hundred (tl00»00) dollara, and the Secretary 
be and he ia hereby authorised to execute auch agreement end 
to do and perform auch acta, on behalf of theComniaaion, aa 
may be neceaaary or convenient to give effect to the purpoae 
of thia reaoluti on» 



Superintendent 'a Report , Tfc« Superintendent loaa autho 

ised to call fr bida on the follouing projectat 

!• Conaervatory, Install Boilera and Controla and 
Heating Unit 

2. Conaervatory, Tw 9reenhouaea, Conatructien and 
Painting 

3. Convenimce Station Alterationa, kiaaion Park 
4* Great Highway, Fence 

5. Main Yard improvement a 

e» S. F. Zoological jardena. Aviary, Heating and 
Ventilating, 

7. S,F, Zoological Oardena, Roof Repaira - Pachyderm, 
Aviary and Lion Houae 




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Th9 Superintendent reported on the followingt 

Damagee to «i« Fleiohhacker Play/ield Bathhouse from 
the detonation of o Japanese mine at the beach» 

That he could not comply with the American Red Crose* 
request for plant material, as it mas not owi<lo*It. 

On the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Commis- 
sion approved having the School Department resurface the 
tennis courts at Balkoa Park^ 

Sxchanee of AnimaJ^s^ Upon the recommendation of the 

Superintendent, the Commission approved the exchange of the 

following animals in the S, F, Zoological hardens t 

Three Macaque monkeys for one pair of Black 
Wolves, from The Calgary Zoo* 

Five young lions for one pair of Tahr goats 
from Mr* Louis Qoehels. 



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Commission, the meeting adjourned at ?tOO p.m. 




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i^y 6, 1948 

A regular metting of the Park Commiation woo hold 
Thuroday, May 6, 1948, 4t00 p.m., at IfcLaren Lodgo, (}oldon 
Qato Park, San Franciooo. 

Tho following Commiootonero lotro prooenit 

Mr. Waruoy E» Teller, Preoideni 
Mr. Wm, M. Coffnan 
Mr. gugh Oallaffhor 

Absent: Mr. Peier Bercut 
Mr. Fred D. Parr 

The minutea of the park Conmiaaion meeting held 
April 22, 1948, were approved and adopted. 

Gaa Houae Cove, Meaara. Blick's and role 'a orapK- 
cation for permission to operate a water taxi conceaaton 
in etas House Cove, Marina Park, was put over to some 
future meeting. 

Dr. Harry Ranbly, on behalf of the Marina Civic 
Improvement Asso ciation, presented a signed petition 
requesting the Commission to deny all appli cations to 
operate, run, or conduct, all types of commercial 
activitiea, businesses, or enterprises of any character 
in 7as House Cove, Marina park. 

president Harvey E. Teller stated (1) that for 
the present, the Cominission mould not entertain any 
applications for a concession at ias House Cove and that 
at such tire as the Commission would consider an avplf cation, 
the Marina groups unuld be so notified,' (2) that effective 
May 1, the Commission had issued temporary mooring licenses 
to the nine boat owners trho had formerly occupied 'Tea 
Mouse Cove; and (3) that said nine boat oj^mers would be 
permitted to use the facilities in las House Cove under 
the supervision of the Commission until further notice. 




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Civic QiVJo Center, The U. S. Army and U. S. Air Force, 

^'--^ Northern California Recruiting ni3tr<ctJ'« application for 
perniaeion to use the Civic Center plasa for Army and Navy 
exhibita from July 2 to 9, in furtherance of the recruit- 
ing program, was granted, 

golden ijojden 7ate Park Stadiuwt, The San Francisco Chamber 

Date Fork 

lUdiunt of Commerce's application for permission to hold the 

Fourth Annual Model Plane meet in Golden "Jate Park Stadium 

en Saturday and Sunday, July 10 and 11, was granted, 

jjJxlSZKf Qolden Gate Park, The San Francisco Labor Zionist 

Council's application for permission to use the band con- 
course for a meeting on Sunday, May 16, from 12 noon to 
1 p,m,, loaa granted, 

Washington gquorgj ^e San Francisco Chapter, Sons 
of the American Revolution's application for permission to 
place a brome marker on the benjamin Franklin Statue in 
Washington Sauare, was granted subject to the approval of 
the Art Commission, 

u£>Pajkg golden 7cte Tark. The Standard Schnauxer Club's 

application for permission to hold a pet shov in the Old 
Speedway Meadow, tn Golden 7ate Park, Sunday afternoon, 
May 9, 1946, wis granted, 

3ft. Davidson Park. The Miralona Park Improvement 
Club's application for certain improvements to Ihe f/t, 
Daotdson Park, was referred to the Superintendent. 
tlii'i sjoni television. The American Broadcasting Company*a 

request for permission to televise events which occur on 
properties under the Comnission 's jurisdiction, was put 
over until a later meeting, 

( golden 7ate Park Pand Concourse. The Citisene' 
Committee for observance of Music Week's apvlication for 
permission to use the ^nd Concourse, -rolden -rate Park, 
Sunday, May 9, from 2 p.m., to 5 p.m., was granted. 



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cation for a picture taking oonoeaaion in the Children^t 
playground, wae dented* 

St, Maru'e Square. The Toung Womene Chrietian 
Asaociation'a requeat for permiaaton to have a Chineae 
Baby Show in St, Mary 'a Square on Sunday, May 9, at 2 p,m* 
waa granted, 

Miaaion Park, J/m I. B, Harria' offer to rent the 
caretaker 'a building in Mission Park, was denied, 

Buana Vista Park, On the recommendation of the 



Hrk t Superintendent, S, J, Treacy was granted an extension of 

sixty days on the contract for the installation of a two 

inch pipe line in Buena Vista Park, with the understanding 

that this is the final extension and that the w- rk %ust 

be coTupleted within the sixty days. 

Shoreline Shoreline Planning Association . The communication 

Planning 

Atjsjn, frovt the Shoreline Planning Association, forwarded to the 

Commission by the Chief Administrative Officer, waa referred 



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to the Secretary for reply, 

ghar9 Park, The Board of Fire Commissioners, 
Sharp park, San Mateo County, communication regarding the 



annexation of the Sharp Park 7o 



If Course to the Fire 



District, was referred to the Superintendent for report. 



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that in view o^ 



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the Flag Day ceremonies be transferred from the Band 
Concourse to Kesar Stadium, 



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jiec, _ The Western Catering Company's appli- 



cation for permission 



to operate a movable refreshment 



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to work oui -the n«ce$9ary deiailt, 

McLaren Park. On the reooinmendaiiQn of the 

Director of Propertiee, the Commieeion approved the 

purchase of the following property in McLaren Parkt 

I#ff 8 and 9, in Aeeeeeor'e Block 6000, from 
Jane Louise Wharton, 

The following letter waa read and referred to the 
Superintendenir 

From the San Francisco Municipal Parks Employees 
Union protesting keeping the convenience stations open 
until six p,m. 

The following letters were read and ordered filedt 

From City Attorney John J, O'Toole, Opinion on 
authority of the Park Commission to lease the Palace of 
Fine Arts for a hone exhibit* 

From City Attorney John J. O'Toole, Oninion on 
power of park Commission to regulate holding of meetings 
in parka* 

From the *oard of Supervisors, transmitting letter 
fr«m the War De»artment concerning the possibility of the 
City acquiring the Palace of Fine Arts* 

From the California Horticultural Society, thank-- 
ing the Commission for the exhibits at the California 
Spring Garden Shov, 

From the American Polish Citisen's Club, Inc, 
thanking the Commission for its cooperation in making the 
Polish Constitution Day celebration a success, 

lacht Harbor, The following applications for Yacht 
Harbor Mooring Licenses were approved: 
NAME OF APPLICANT BERTH NO, 

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Walter Blick 
Mervyn Cole 
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roaoluiiono were adoptedt 

HSS0LU7I0N jrO» 1572 
RESOLVED unanimou9ly by the Pnrk ComMi99ion thai 
for the beai iniereai and proper condvci of the Park 
DepariMeni the Controller be and ie hereby requeated to 
approve thtf following paymento» 



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J.g. QRATTAM 

rirot payment - Drilling and ca9ing a 

water well in Lincoln Park, 

nvsTTi'J & scanoM 

Tirot Progreae Payment - Lawn and 
Irrigation Inatallation at Qaa Houae Cove 



$6,497,77 



6,480.00 



ARmJR WALLaREN 

Relocation and Reeonatruction of a 

Miniature Railway at rieiahhacker Play field. 

COLLECTOR OF INTERNAL REVIJfUE 
Federal Tax on Admlaaiona April 1946 

I ^LPM MURRAT 

Band Concerta - April 1948 

RALPH UVRRAT 

Band Mxaie - 1948 May Day Celebration 



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303.85 
1,429.60 

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fiK.^nTJ! XJO» NO. 1579 
RESOirSD unanimoualy by the Park Commiaaion thai 
for the beat intereat and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and ia hereby requeated to 
approve the following Ordera for Service or Workt 



ORDER FOR 

SERVICE 

OR WOR^ VEl^DOR 



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§71 Braun^Knecht Purniahtng and installing $1,979.38 
Eeimann Co, certain mechanical equipment 
at the aewage treatment plant 
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^72 F*rk9r Building Inatallation of Owar- #1,395.00 
Speotuliif head doort (5) at tfain 

Tard in Golden Gate pmrk* 

#75 Col9n ireating A TnBiallation •/ a heating d40»00 
Sheet Ifetal Co, and ventilating eyeten in 

the auiary at the S,r» 
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^UPEniHTSHDSNT'S HEPORT : On the recommendatien 

of the Superintendent, permieeion to call for bide on the 

fellowing projecte vae grantedr 

!• Sutre Heighte Park, Fence painting 

f« Tleiehhacker pool Cafe, Replacement of (JlmeB 

3. rieiahhacker Pool, Replacement of Concrete 
Pavement Around Diving Tower 

4* Kegar Stadium. Running Track Rehabilitation, 



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SewaQe Treatment Plant, Furnishing and Im ^tallinQ 
Certain Mechanical SQuinment, 



$1,979^36 



1,395,00 



Braun, JCnecht, rleimann Company 

Ubin Tard, Jolden late Park 

Parker Building Specialties Inc. 

Ban Francisco Z^oloaical Ja rdens. Heating and 
rentilatinq System ^ Aoiarjj 

Colan Heating and Sheet Uetal Company 340,00 



l,J,Park t ^md^n gate Park. The aolden Sate Dachshund Club, 

Inc., application for permission to hold its Sixth Annual 
puppy Match in Golden Gate Park, on Sunday, June 6, mas 

granted* ^ ^ ,. 

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A %p90i%l ««titny •/ th« P%rk C«n«f««(«n w held 
Thursday, Mo^y 20, 1943, ot i^cXaren Lodge, Oolden Gate Park, 
San Franeiaco* 

The following Commieeionera were preaentt 



Mr,Sarvey S, Teller, President 
Mr.Wm, M, Co/fman, Conmiaaioner 

Mr, Bugh Gallagher, Commiaaioner 

Mr, Fred D, Porr, Commiaaioner 

Abaentt Mr, Peter Bercut, Commiaaioner 

The minutea of the Park Commiasion meeting held on 
May 6, 1948, were approved and adopted, 

Golden Gate Park Band Concourae* Meaara, Potter, 
Kidd, and Corbett, repreaenting the Elka Flag Day Committee, 
appeared and outlined the propoaed arrangementa for the 
Flag Day Cerenoniea to be held in the band concourae on 

June 13, 1948, at S p.». 

The matter waa referred to the Superintendent with 

full power to act, 
r. J, Pool : E. F, Pool. Mr, George F, Brayer, Contractor, 

request for penaiaaion to substitute Varnished Cambric and 
Lead Cable, for Rubber and Lead Cable, as called for in 
contract for the primary electrical work at the Fleishhacker 

Pool, waa granted, 

Mr, George F, Brayer, Contractor, requeat for 
authority to diaconnect the metering equipment, current 
tranaformera and oil circuit breaker, as required by the 
State Industrial Accident Commiaaion and furnishing and 
installing three enclosed General Electric expulaion cut- 
outs with aolid linka, at an additional cost of $67,00, 
on contract for the primary electrical work at Fleishhacker 
Pool, waa granted. 





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ProD089d Charter A mendment. The Commi99ion approved 
in principle, a proposed tharter amendment to Section 41.1 
to provide for the abandonment or di %eent insane e of uee of 
land held for park purpotea, with the understanding that 
the amendment would be worded to that the abandonment or 
eale of any park property would require a unanimoue vote 
of the Park Cemmiteion, a two-thirds vote of the Board of 
Supervisors, and a majoritff vote of the electoratOm 

lenar Stadium, The Commission waived the conditions 
covered in that part of paragraph 7, section (b), line 3, 
relative to the broadcasting, television, and moving picture 
rights, in the contract with the Islam Temple, Shrine East 
West Football Committee for the use of Keaar Stadium on 
January 1, 1949 » 
htxpended Unexpended Funds. The Secretary was instructed to 

^"^ direct a cowmunication to the Controller requesting that the 
unexpended funds in the Commission' s 1947-48 budget 
appropriations be carried over to the next fiscal year, 
:*_reet Street Tree Planting, The meeting of June 14 was 

':klnn^ iset for a hearing on the planting of trees on California 
Street, from Mason to Arguello Boulevard, and directed 
the Superintendent to perform the necessary acts to give 

proper notice. 

Aquatic Park. The Commission approved operating 
the Aquatic Park Building as a community recreation center 
effective July 1, 1948, and directed the Superintendent 
to submit a program of the proposed activities for con- 
sideration at the meeting of May 27. 

The Superintendent was instructed to present to 
the Commission, at its meeting of May 27, th. following, 

(a) A progress report on the proposed projects 
for a bond issue* 



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the construction of s Pitch and Putt Golf Course in 
Oolden Gate Pmrk. 
T iensione Extenttong of Time. The following exteneione of time 

"^ — were grmnteai 

Aeeociuted Engineers - Contract for inatallation 
of irrigation ayetem in Miseion Park - ninety daye, 

Paulsen Nursery Company - Contract for installation 
of irrigation system on Dolores Boulevard - thirty days» 
..^^rd 0^ Award of Contracts, Golden Gate Park Bandstand, 

' ^ Li^htino ggruice and Public Address System. The Secretary 

presented the following bids for the above workt 
MacCabe Electric Company $2,630.00 

amino Electric Company 3,011,00 

On the recommendation of the Superintendent and on 
motion duly made and seconded, the following resolution was 

adoptedt 

RESOIUTIOM hO. 1577 
RSaOLYED unanimously by the Park Commission that a 
contract be awarded to MacCabe Electric Company covering 
the installation of Lighting Service and Public Address 
System, Golden Gate Park Bandstand, San Francisco, and the 
secretary be and he is hereby authorised to execute the 
same in the name of the Park Commission and that payment 
therefor in the amount of $2,630.00 be made from 
Appropriation 712-500-108 (Band Concourse - Sound Equipment), 



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th« above workt 

Associated Engineers 



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On the recommendation of the Superintendent, ond 
on xotion duly mads and seconded, the following resolution 
v€$ adoptedt 

RESOLUTION MO, 1578 

RESOLVED unmnimoualy by the Park Commission that a 
contract be awarded to Associated Engineers, covering 
the installation of Irrigation System, Unit No, 2, Golden 
Gate Park, San Francisco, and the Secretary be and he is 
fi»rehy authorised to execute the same in the name of the 
Park Commission and that payment therefor in the amount 
of $49,873,00 be made from Appropriation 712-500-62 ( Voter 
Supply and Irrigation System), 



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Repairs to Tacht Harbor, The Secretary presented 

the following bids for the above worki 

The Duncanson-Harrelaon Company $24,843,00 

Healy Tibbitts Construction Co. 28,175,00 

On the recommendation of the Superintendent and 

on motion duly made and s econded, the following resolution 

uias adoptedt 

RESOLUTION no. 1579 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that 
a contract be awarded to The Duncanson-Farrelson Company 
covering repairs to Tacht Harbor, San Francisco, and the 
Secretary be and he is hereby authorised to execute the same 
in the name of the Park Commission and that payment there- 
for in the amount of $24,343.00 be paid from appropriation 
712^913^04 (Replacement and Reconstruction - Recreational 
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pr }uiJ%g Filcb, Thi Secretary presented the following bids 
for t/it above projeott 

The Duncan aon-^HarrelBon Company $7,362,00 
Chaa, L, Harney Inc, 7,385,00 

Eaton and Smith No Lump Sum 

On the recommendation of the Superintendent and 
on motion duly made and seconded, the following resolution 
was adopted: 

RESOLUTION NO, 1580 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that • 
contract be awarded to The Duncanson-Harrelson Company 
covering the grading, paving, furnishing and driving pile9 
at Tacht Harbor, San Francisco, and the Secretary be md 
he is hereby authorized to execute the same in the name of 
the Park Commission and that payment therefor, in the 
cMount of $7,368.00 be paid from Appropriation 712-500'91 
(Tacht Harbor) » 



nnnn^rvatorv. ^..^ir^ fjy.^^tem and New Boiler and 
Controls. The Secretary presented the following bids for 

the above work: 

O'Mara and Stewart Company $7,980,00 

W. P. Ooss Company 10,453.38 

On the recommendation of theSuperintendent and on 

motion duly made and seconded, the following resolution was 

.doptedt 

RtLROLOTiot no. isei 

RESOLVED unanimou.lv by »"' ''•'•* Cowi..!"" tiat . 
contract b.aoar6.i t, O'kara .nO St»».rt Co.p.r,y for t^» 
U.tallaUon ot Beattng Sy.te, .»d *.» Boiler ani Control. 
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the same in the ncMe of the f'ark Conmiaaion and that payment 
therefor in the amount of $7,980,00 be paid fron Appropriation 
712-500-86 (Conservatory - Heating Unit), 



Oolden Oate Park. Rehabilitation of Ifurphv Windnill. 
The Secretary presented the following bids for the above 
project* 

Wellnita and DeHarde $28,685,00 

Antone Petersen Si Sons 29,i34,00 

On the recoMMendation of the Superintendent and on 
nation duly made and seconded, the follvioing resolution was 

adoptedt 

RKSOLUTIOM NO. 1582 
RESOLVED unanimously by the ParK Commission that a 
contract be awarded to WellnitM and Dehtrde, for the 
Rehabilitation of Murphy Windmill, Golden Gate Park, San 
Francisco, and the Secretary be and he is hereby authorised 
to execute the same in the name of the Park Commission and 
that payment therefor in the (mount of $28,885,00 be paid 
from Appropriation 712-913-01 (Replacement and Reconstruction. 
General Division), 



On the recommendation of the Superintendent the 
following informal contracts were awarded: 

Great Highivay Fence - $1,877,00 

li, 0, Viseth, Contractor 



Restoration of Murals at ^ 
the rieishhacker Mothers 

House ^. 

Mrs, Dorothy Cravath 



960,00 



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of the Superintendent, the Ion bid received by the 
DepartMent of Public Works, for the Alter^tione and 
Heating and 7eni;Q.%tion for Pachyderm House, Zoological 
Gardens, from Intone Petersen 4 Sons, in the amount of 
$9,7d0»00, was approved^ 






?»s(jJut<onjii On motion duly made and seconded the following 

resolutions were approved and adoptedt 

RESOLUTION liO, 1574 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby requested to 
approve the following Work Ordersi 






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358 Purchasing Dept, Blueprinting, Photostat $ 45.00 
(Reproduction Bur,) services, etc, April, 
^ ^ May, June 1948 (Add' l) , 

369 City and County Compensation Disability 2,000.00 

Employees Retirement Benefits and Medical 
System Charges for period 

ending June 30, 1948. 

360 Dept. of Public 9ks, Repair and Adjust locks 
(Public Bldgs,( on lockers at bathhouse. 

361 Dept. of Public Wks. Contract - Alterations 
(Architecture) and Heating and Ventx- 

lation for Pachyderm 
House, S. r. Zoo 



300.00 
9,780,00 



362 



Dept. of Public »'ks. Inspection Services - 

(Architecture) ^'V^^'i'r .Tnn fir ' 

and Yent\lat\on for 

Pachyderm House, S.F.Zoo, 



650.00 



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RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby requested to 
approve the following Allotments <^d Transfers: 



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712S00»6S Water Supply and Irrigation Syotem 

7l2'-500-91 Tacht Harbor 

712-500-108 Band Concourse - Sound Equipment 

712'300»01 Materials <* Supplies - General 
Division - Reserve 

712-300-04 Materials <t Supplies - Recreational 
Division Reserve 



$49,873.00 

1,190,27 
3,920,00 

1,864,00 

335,00 



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712-203-01 

Allowance Employees 63,00 

General Division 

712-300-01 500,00 

Materials and Supplies 
General Division 

712-300-01 200,00 

Materials and Supplies 
General Division 

712-300-01 1,000,00 

Matsrials and Supplies 
General Division 

712-203-04 32,00 

Allowance Employee's 
Cars - Recreational 
Division 

712-600-01 
Fixed Charges 
General Division 

712-500-91 
Materials <* Supplies 

struction -Recreational Recreational Division 

Division 

712-913-01 l^^'^^^'fnr. 

Replacements &■ Recon- ;""!'''*'^*°^? 

struction - Conservatory Heating Unit 

Boiler 4 Controls 

71P P\4-02 712-500-79 4,150,59 

Mtc'e, .Repairs S. F,Zoological Gardens 

Structures - Zoo Division 

'77P P7^ 02 71P-913-01 5,649.41 

712-214-02 Replacements d Recon- 
Mtce and tiepairs - !.%,«« a^n^ral 

Structures - Zoo Division struction -General 

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712-200-01 

Contractual Services 
General Division 

712-200-01 

Contractual Services 
General Division 

712-300-01-1 
Materials and Supplies 
Resale 

712-900-01-1 
Services Other Depts. 
General Division 

712-200-04 
Contractual Services 
Recreational Division 



712-900-03 

Services Other Depts, 

Commissary i/iuision 

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RESOLUTION ifO. 157^ 
RESOLVSD unanimously by the Park Commiasion that for the 
beat interest and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Controller be and i$ hereby requested to approve the 
following Ordera for Service or *ork: 



ORDER FOR 
SERVICE OR 

WORK 



VENDOR 



DESCRIPTION 



74 f . 0, Wiaeth Installation of Chain Link 

Fence and a board fence 
on Great Highway 

75 Mrs, Dorothy Restoration of Murals at 

Cravath Fleishhacker Memorial 

Mothers' House. 



AMOUNT 
$1,877.00 

980,00 






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if ay 27, 1948 

lit^ular ^ regular netting of the Park Commi8$ion wat held •« 

^—-^ McLaran Ladg9, Oalden Gate Park, San Tranciace, Thursday, May 

27, 1948, at 3tOO p.n. 

The following Commi§9ioner» were preaentt 

Earvey E, Teller, President 
Wm, 1/, Coffman 
Hugh Gallagher 
Fred D, Parr 

Absent: Peter Bercut 

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held May 20, 1948, were approved and adopted. 

Palace of Fine Arts, Mr, Ira Curry's proposal to 
lease the Palace of Fine Arts for an International Home Show 
from May to October, 1949, was denied. 

The San Francisco Convention and Tourist Bureau's 
proposal to lease the Palace of Fine Arts for two conventions 
in 1949, was denied. 

In view of the increased number of proposals for 
leasing the Palace of Fine Arts Buildir^ for purposes other 
than recreation, the Commission directed (l) a study of the 
legality of transferring jurisdiction of said building to the 
Real Estate Department to the end that the building be avail- 
able for conventions and exhibits and the revenues therefrom 
used for the rehabilitation of the properties; (2) and that 
if a transfer of Jurisdiction cannot be effected then con- 
sideration be given to a charter amendment that would authorite 
the Commission to use the building for purposes other than 

recreation, 

Mr.nn ppin Square, 
tion for permission to locate a branch library in McCoppin 

Square in the Parkside District was put over to a later 

meeting. 



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ygo ggrdtffi^ Th, irt Coiwiaaion't r«co«n«ndation 
tftot the Bronze Buddha be placed facing the south, east, or 
loeat aide of tht snail lake in the Oriental Tea Garden and 
requesting that an appropriation covering the design and 
construction of the base be «ad« available, was referred to 
the Superintendent for report. 

Golden Oate Park Stadium, The Golden Gate Angling and 
Casting Club's application for jb rmission to hold the Western 
Association of Angling and Casting Club's tournament on July 

1, 2, 3, and 4, 1948, and further requesting the use of the 
Polo Field up to tioelue o'clock noon on the mornings of July 

2, and 3, wa« granted. 

;. ;.?ar» ; Golden Gate Park, The Northern California Beagler's 

Club's application for permission to stage its annual show 
in a suitable place in Golden Gate Park on July 4, 1948, was 
granted, subject to the Superintendent's selection of an 
appropriate site, 
j-jyer Prayer Book Cross, The Churchmen's Round Table's 

y^ss : application for permission to hold religious services at 

Prayer Book Cross on Sunday, June 27, commencing at 3:30 p.m., 
and lasting about an hour, icas approved, 

neach Chalet. Ur. Ben Thorsen* s proposal to lease the 
Beach Chalet, to operate a bicycle and scooter rental con- 

cession, was denied, 

:,r,Fool : ff^n ^i^ hhacker Pool, The Junior Chamber of Commerce's 

application for permission to sponsor an Aquatic Show at 
Fleishhacker Pool on Harbor Day, Sunday, August 8, was grarted. 

The Director of Hecrec^tional Activities' recommend- 
ation that the children's admission price to the Fleishhacker 
Pool be reduced to five cents Jcr the period from June 21, 
to August 27, was approved and adopted, 

U.Zool. ... F. ZooloaicaU^^r^J^I^ ^^s. Mary Craik's proposal 

to conduct a ''baby strollers" concession 
Gardens, was denied. 






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l^aM iJqwff ggtfgrg, f. r. 2)utcn«r'« coupJoint relative -to 

VJ^^ the playing oondtttont at the tenni$ oourta in Alamo Square, 
and Hit Honor the Mayor* 9 requeet for a report, were referred 
io the Superintendent for reply» 

Teleaoope Inatallation^ The Ceco Steel Producf 
Corporation* a offer to leaee an area 20x15 along the beach io 
inetall a panoramic viewing machine uas denied» 

B ronae Bear, The S, F, Valley Profeaaional Artiste 
Guild* a requeat that a fund be establiahed to purchase a bronae 
bear to be placed in Oolden Gate Park or the San Francisco 
Zoological Oardena loaa denied^ 

Aquatic Park, The S, F, Sportsmen's Aquatic Park 
Committeea* requeat for the Commiaaien to make available the 
facilitiea of Aquatic Park was put ou^r to the meeting of 

June 24* 

Oolden Gate Park Stadium^ The Amateur Bicycle League 
of America* a request for permisaion to use theGolden Gate Park 
Stadium on May 31, from 12t30 p.m., to 4tOO p.m., was granted. 
li^i Golden Gate Park Band Concourse^ Guy Cherney*a 

Enterpriae*a application to operate a conceasion m Golaen 
Gate Park Band Concourse on June 13, was denied* 

The following letters were read and referred to the 

Superintendent: 

From his Tfcnor the Mayor transmitting communication 
Jrom Martha F. Francis, relative to certain improvements in 

Golden Gate Park, 

From his Honor the Mayor transmitting communication 
from Charles A. Langlais, wherein Mr, Langlais requests 
replacement of a wooden pile in the vicinity of his berth 

at Tacht Barbor* 

The following comnunications 'JJere read and ordered 

filedt 

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r9pori on iht condition of the building and grounds at Aquatic 
Park and advi$ing that a »anitary survey of the water i$ 
bsing conducted* 

Board of Supervisors Resolution Ho. 7103, trans/erring 
certain Water Department property located on Hyde Street, 
between Larkin and Chestnut Streets, to the Park Commission. 

From his Honor the Uayor relative to the capital 
improvement program submitted to the City Planning Commission, 

From ht» Honor the i^ayor outlining procedure for 
report on the construction program of capital improvements to 
be made quarterly, effective July,l» 

From the Immaculate Conception Academy, compliment- 
ing the Commission on the Arboretum and its operation. 

From the San Francisco Children* s Pet Show thanking 
the Commission for assisting in the pet shorn, 

Extension of Time, Huettig and Schromm's request 
for an extension of thirty days on contract for the installa" 
tion of lawn and irrigation system at Gas Souse Cove, was 
granted, 

Tacht Harbor - Cancellation of Aoorinp Lic enses. On 
the recommendation of the Director of hecreational Activities, 
the Secretary -joas direct<^d to forioard notice of intended 
cancellation of mooring licenses to the followingt 



Dr, Jurgen Ruesch 
Ray Shannon 
Robert Fauly 
lent #• Clark 
G, 0, Eynon 
George Crabtree 
Sdward B, Ward 
Fred P, McGee 
Harry Raphael 



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•» 174 

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renewal of lease for a plot of land at Point Lobos was granted, 
and the Secretary was authorised to execute the lease for and 
on behalf of the Commission, 



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l^'-' intendent, the /ollotving applications /or Tacht Harbor k'ooring 
Licenses were approvedt 



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resolutions were adoptedi 

RESOLUTION NO, 1583 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
the best interest and proper conduct 0/ the Park Department 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the 
following payments: 



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GEORGE PAULSEN 

First Payment - Instal lation of Irrigation 

System in Center Strips, Dolores Boulevard 

J. g. G RATTAN 

Final Payment - Drilling and Casiny a water 

'j)ell in Lincoln Park, 

C. A-. BALDWIN, DIHLCT CH OF THz. ZCC 
Four luncheons for Nr, iard and party of 
animal inporters - ret recent shipment of 
jnimals from Orient* 

A3BETT Ex.F-rTRIC CQUFANT 

Replacement of the existing electrical 

conductors to the Sump Fump at Ke^ar ^taaium. 



$ 4,572,50 



721.98 



5.72 



312,00 



RESOLUTION NO. 1534 
RESCL7ED unanimously by the Park Commission that 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve a 
Modification of Contract in the amount of $67,00 to the 

. r ..- r Braver ^or Installation of a Primary 
contract of George F, brayer ,u 

Electrical Service l>.t.«-. fUW^'^acXer Fool Funping Flant 
and FleUH^ac^er BatKH.use, tHU iS7.00 t.Ug t-. «.t of 
fumUHins ana instalXU, tHr„ encloa.d ^,.,ral FUciric 



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RSSOLUTION NO^ t.-ja.'^ 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that 
for the best interest md proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the 
following transfers 

TRANSFER 
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712'200'04 

Contractual Services 
Recreational Div, 



712-500-90 
Fleishhacker Fool 
Replace Cable 



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RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
the best interest of the Park Department the Controller be 
and is hereby requested to approve the purchase of the follow- 
ing equipment urgently required for the proper conduct of 
the revenue units indicatedt 



One Floor Safe for Oriental Tea Garden 
Commissary Division 

One Floor Safe for Co it Tower 
Recreational Division 



$75,00 

75,00 
$150,00 



These floor safes are to be purchased from the unencumbered 

balances in appropr iationsf 
712-^00-03 (Equipment - Commissary Diuision) and 
712-400-04 (Equipment - Recreational Division), 



RESOLUTION NC, 1587 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
the best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department, 
his Honor the Mayor be and is hereby requested to have an 
ordinance prepared appropriating $100,000,00 to the credit of 
Appropriation 712-5GO-10G Kesar Stadium Lighting 
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Miniature Railway 
712^00-58 0,0, Park Arguello Blvd,- 

Entrance Staira 
712^00-60 Children's Quarters Amphi- 

theatre 
712''500'^4 Main Yard Improvements 
7l2~500-'66 Harding Park Pumping Plant 
712-500^7 Baseball Backstops - Recreation 

Field 
7l2'-500'-76 Painting Murphy Mill 
^12^500^73 rieishhacker Playfield 
712'500'^3 Model Tacht Club-Heating System 
712^500^87 Oolden Gate Park Paddock Fencing 
712^500^9 Coit Tower Roof Rehabilitation 
312-500^74 S,F,Zoo Giraffe dt Camel Paddocks^ 
Fencing and Walks 



$70,000.00 

S,364.61 

3,170,47 

3,056,00 

355,00 

14,891,00 

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to provide funds for the installation of lights for purpose of 
illuminating Keaar Stadium including approaches, exits and 
parking areas for night activities. 



RESCLUTIOh' NC, 1538 

RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that the 

Secretary be and he is hereby authoriaed to enter into an 

agreement and execute the same for and in behalf of the Park 

ComTKiesion with the Tcver Optical Company, Inc., covering 

the installation and operation of Binocular Yieujing Machines, 

at the following locations: 

One (l) iiachine on the Promenade adjacent to 

the "reat Highway opposite Balboa otr-'fft 

Cne (1) Machine on the Promenade adjacent to 

the Great Fighway opposite Catrillo Street 

for a term of six and a half (6i) months, a-* a rental of 25% 

of the gross receipts from said majhinee. 



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authorised to call for bids Dn the follomings 

Installition of an irrigation system 
strip on Dolores B..2evard, 



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Zoological Gardens, 

Gas House Coue, The Superintendent mas authoriued 
to dismantle the building on the pier at Oas House Cove. 

Strybing Bequest. The Superintendent was authorised 
to submit proposals for architectural fees for preparing p}an» 
and specifications for an Arboretum Building in Golden Qate 
Fark. 



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{i i'journed : 

Conniaaion, the meeting adjourned at 6td0 p.m. 




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June 14, 1946 

A regular meeting of the Farh Commisaion u)as held Monday, 
June 14, 1943, at 4t00 p.«,, in McLaren Lodge, Golden Oate 
Park, San Francisco • 

The following Conmiasioners loere preaenit 

Harvey E, Teller, President 
Hugh Gallagher 
Fred D, Farr 

Abaentt Peter Bercut 

Wm, k\ Co f plan 

The minufcs of the meeting of May 27, 1946, oere approved 
and adoptfd. 

Tree PJgnfin.g Prni^rcnf Having complied with the 
provisions of Vt ordinance govtr^^ing street tree planting 
and ihere being no one praeent to protest ihe planting of 
trees on both sides of California Street, from Mason ::ireet 
%0 Arguello Boulevard, the CoK^.ission authori2ed the Super~ 
iniendent io Jail ,or bids on this projects 

The President stated that since the funds for the 



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ce 0^ street trees had bean deleted from the 15<i.w-s.^' 



budget, the 



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Veadamea ErsJdne, Burton and Austin afyt^-^ed and 
recommended ihe conUnumce of the street tree .Imfing 



fe red t\c Ir a^ :; i . - ^nce 



program ana ojj 



re-appropriation of funds. 



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of ,-iecreaiional Actiii 



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Robert P^uly " Mo. 110 

Iftnt r. Clark ** ,Vo. 136 

Cm 0, Synon " j^^, 274 

Jred P. McGee " No. 196 

Mr. Sdio. B, dfard'a request th*t action on cancellation 
0/ his mooring licenss be postponed until a later meeting 
was granted^ 

Dr. Jurgen Ruesch's comnunication advising that he had 
vacated his berth at Tacht ffarbor and requesting that he be 
advised when he might get another berth was referred to the 
Director 0/ Recreational Activities. 

Katire Son's k'onumt'nj. Police Commissioner J, *'arnock 
falsh and Deputy Chief 0/ Police Jaxies Quigley appeared and 
advised the Commission that they would like to remove the 
h'ixtive Sons lionument, located at iiarket, Turk, and icason 
Streets, to relieve the traffic congestion in this area and 
that they 'Mere prepared to assume the coat of i he rev.oval 
%nd placement of the monument in any location designated by 
the Commission, 

Iteasrs. Stackpole and Born, representing the Art 
Commission, appeared and stated that the matter had been 
presented to the Commission for its consideration and that 
they recommended that the monument be relocated in Jefferson 

Square, 

Messrs. Regan, Dupont and Spalding, representing the 
Native Sons, appeared and stated that they were opposed to 
having the moniment relocated in Jefferson Square, that it 
loae a gift to the City from the late Senator James D. Phelan 
and should be placed in Civic Center. 

The President stated that everyone was in accord with 
the need of relocating the monument and suggested that the 
representatives of the Art Commission and the Native Sons 



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present eone recommendationa for the Ccmmiasion's conaidera- 
tion. The representatives 0/ the Art Comr^iaaion and the 
Hatiue Sons wsre in accord with this proposal and :igreed to 
submit recommendations as soon as possible, 

Washington Square, The Art Commission's communication 
relative to the placing of a plaqus on the statue of Benjamin 
Franklin in Mashington Square was referred to the Superin- 
tendent for proper action^ 

AQuatic Park, The San Francisco Sportsmen* s Aquatic 
Park Committee' a communication relative to using the facili- 
ties at Aquatic Park was put over to a later meeting^ 
The Secretary reported on th-» f-^lJowing: 
\:rter (a) That he had asked the Judiciary Committee of the 

'ill Board of Supervisors for a continuance on the hearing for the 
proposed charter amendment to Section 41,1, to enable 
further discussions with the City Attorney ' s office* 

:,y.k. (b) That he had presented to the Finance Comritf.ee of 

the Board of Supervisors, the Commission's proposal to 

transfer control of the Palace of Fine Arts Building to the 

Real Estate Department <»» c that the committee had expressed 

itself to be highly in favor of this transfer and that he 

had written the City Attorney reqvesting an opinion as to 

the legality of such an act and the procedure to be followed, 

:fntennial (c) That the Bczr6 of Supervisors would soon oonsider 

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y.on: an ordinance granting additional powers to t>ie Jur* Cowwvs- 

sion and creating the San '''rancisco Centennial Committee. 
That this enabling ordinance, vhen enacted, ^^oald authorise 
the Comtission to proceed with ^he expenditure of funds and 
the development of the pro gram ^ ^r -- Centennial celebration 
in 1948, rS4i, and 1950, as prepared and presented by the 
Centennial Committee, 



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Committee, appeared and stated that the Centennial Committee 
had no desire to burden the CommiBaion with additional 
duties and would assume the responsibility for the adminis- 
tration and operation of the progroJR, That the Centennial 
Committee had recommended that the employees selected to 
administer the program be exempt from Civil Service, The 
Commission concurred in the recommendation, approved the 
ordinance and recommended t« the Superintendent that he 
select a member of his staff to coordinate u}ith the 
Centennial Committee^ 

San Francisco Zoolouical Gardens, I'r, James Scott 
appeared and su^jgested if, at the Commission give consideration 
to the possibility of inviting I'r, Reuben Castang, ioorld 
famous wild animal expert, to organise and direct a program 
of performing animal acts in daily exhibitions in the Zoom 

Mr, Scott further suggested that the area commonly 
known as the Camel Corral might be used for this purpose and 
that the only expense inooloed mould be the setting up of 
bleachers and the construction of a platform. 

Members of the Commission expressed themselves as being 
in favor of the program and that although it might be 
difficult to work out the costs and financial arrangements 
thereof, they suggested that every effort possible be made 
to oork out a plan to bring about this program. The 
Superintendent was instructed to meet tcith kr, Scott and 
report at the next meeting, 

Qolden Gate Park, The Divition -/ Fish and Game's 
report on the possibilities of planting fish in the lakeo 
in Qolden Gate Park and the recor.^endation that blufgill 
sunfish be planted in Middle and Elk Glen Lakes, wero 
adopted and the Secretary was instructed to re/iest the 




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fish as 80on aa oonuenient and the Superintendent was 
instructed to execute the Juvenile fishing program, in 
cooperation with the Fish and Game Commission, 

golurrbia Square, The I'anager of the Electric Power 
Bureau's request for permission to store new light standards 
in Columbia Square, from June 15 to the middle of September, 
was granted,^ 

Bemoval of Tree. ff,S, Salisbury's request for permis' 
aion to remove a tree in front of Lot 10, Block 6512, on the 
corner of 25th and Guerrero Streets, was referred to the 
Superintendent, with full power to act. 

Golden Gatp Pirk, Mr, Nicholas J» distrcff*s request 
for permission to sell me.it pies in Golaen Gate Park or 
alonj the 3each was denied^ 

Land*<i E^.:!, Catherine l\ Hansen's auggestion that 
motoriste l^ f^^pt from enteriny Lhc Land's End area, and 
calling attention to the dumping of garbage in that vicinity, 
:-.- rcf'^rred tf) t\e 3up:rin-tendent for action, 

11, Flie ishhacker FjoI^ Dunaanson-^arrelson Company* s 
request for an ext^nsiion of thirty days on contract for the 

oVipletion of the high diving tower at Fleishhacker Pool, 
was granted^ *• 

Tree Pl^r^tin:^ Pworar, Uuetii;, and Schrown's r»^uest 
for permission to eliminate thirteen trees in Appirel City 
•joas referred to the Supp.rinicndentm 

Ool'ien Gate Park Stadium, The San Francisco 'Norseman's 
Association's r^^-uest to use -Oie Golden Gate Park Stadium for 
a polo pare on Sunday, June 6, '^zs ratified. 

The following letters u;ere read i->I ordered filed: 

From -^he Pirkside District T^.proventnt :2ub t:'anking 
the Commission for th- ussictance rendered in th- annual 
Jlay Day celebro-t 'oi ''n k'c:o^pin Square, 



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un Toi'm Association thanking the Commi»si 



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Purposes - Reversion of Title", 

From the California State Automobile A 



9S0C iation 



thanking the Commission for cooperation in ih 



e annual Review 



of the San Francisco 'Safety Patrol in Kesar Stad 



I urn, 



From Lyle If. Brown, Division Manag-r, The Pacific 
Telephone and Telegraph Company thanking the Commission fo\ 
the proposed floral display in the Conservatory Valley, 
Golden Caf--' Park, 



'taciu.'n; 



Kesar Stadium, The Secretary was aathoriged to execute 
football agreements for fie use of Keaar Stadium for the 
follou)ingt 

The Academic Athletic Association of San Franc isco, 
Islam Tem.jle, Shrine East-West Football Committee 



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TransSer of De^ injuen t Account , Cn ih'' recommennation 
of the Superintendent, the folloicin-^ delinquent account was 
ref'Brred to the Bureau of Delinquent Revenuet 



Harold S, Peterson 



$60,00 



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Tacht Harbor l/oorin., ' j-e'^ses^ Cn the recommendation 
'jf the Director of Recreational Activities, the following 



mooring licenses wer* approvedt 



NAUE OF APPLICANT 



BEaIKJLQj 



KAl'E OF BOAT 



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Walter Druhe 
Dr, E, F, i/ahan 
H, R, Samuel* 



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188 



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NAME OF APPLICANT 
Arte Schelling 
Andrew Turley 
Roy J, Yorliek 
William Bm Duvid 
George Puccinelli 
Albert Schwars 

]ejolutS^J}Jf On motion duly made and s econded, the following 

resolutions were approved and mdoptedt 
RESOLUTION A'g. 1569 
RESOLVED unanitRoualy by the ParX ConMiasion that for 
the best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Cant roller be and is hereby requested to approve the 
following paymenttt 



1:391 



BANK OF CALIFOmiA N,A, TRUSTEE 
44/100 Rental for unacquired port ions 
of Fleishhacker Playfield, 

lELLS FARGO BANK ^ UNION TRUST CO, 
rC/lCO Rental for unacquired portions 
of Fleishhacker Playfield 

PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC CCUPAN7 

Part of rental for unacquired portions 

of Yacht Harbor lands^ 

CALIFORNIA PACIFIC TITLE INSURANCE CO, 
Purchiae of Lots 3 and 9 in Assessor s 
Block 6000, San Francisco, from Jane Louise 
Wharton, required for HcLaren Park 

COlLECICR OF INTERNAL RJViNUE 
Federal Admission Taxes - iiay 1948 

RALPH MURRAY 

Band Concerts 'May 1948 

H, 5. TITTLE COMPANY 

Second Progress Payment - Street Lighting, 
Power and Telephone Systems at Yacht 
Harbor Extension 



2,132,23 



2,777,39 



1,405,00 



550.00 



642, 3^9 
2,713.40 
3,145,50 



ARTHUR lALLGREN 

Final Payment - Relocation and reconstruction 

of e miniature rafJ'J*l' at Fleishhacker Playfield 



1,872,00 



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RESOLUTION NO^ T.'^^n 
HESCLYED unaninoualy by th9 Park Commiasion that for 
the beat int»reat *nd proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Controller be and ia hereby requeated to approve the 
following Allotmenta and Tranaferat 

ALLOTMENTS 



AT>^ropriation 

?12'600''02 rieiahhacker Plmyfield Land 

Tacht Harbor Land 

Fleishhacker Pool Modernigation 

Small Parka d- Square's (Dolorea 
Center Strip) 

Fixed Chargca - General Division 



712^00^04 
7l2'-'500'^53 
712^00''77 

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From 



712'350''03 



TRANSFERS 
To 



712^870^03 

Foodatuffa'Commiaaary Diu, Salea Tax-Commiaaary 

Diu, 



71 2^50^03 

Foodstuffs - CommtDiu^ 

712-2C0''03 
Contractual Services 
Recreational Division 

712'P69'03 

Armored Car Service 

Com::ni9sary Division 



7T2'213^03 

Utce, A Repair Bldga, 

712^300-04 

I'ate rials A Suppliea 

Recreational Division 

712^300^04 

Jiiaterials + Suppliea 
Recreational Division 



$4,959,62 
1,405*00 
1,902,76 

670,00 
4,714,00 



900,00 

499,00 
180,00 

363,70 



■■.ha, RESOLuTJCN NO, 1591 

dl 

RESOLVED unanimously 6y the Park Conrrisaion that for the 

beat interest and proper conduct of the Park Deyartment the 

Controller be and is hereby requeated to approve the follom- 

ing Orders for Service or i'orkt 



ORDER FOR 
SERVICE 
OR ifORK 



VENDOR 



76 Calif , Pacific Title 
Insurance Co, 



77 Arr^c Eroa, 



DESCRIPTION 



AMOUNT 



Fee for Title Insurance $ 21,00 
policy. Block €000, 
Lots 8 and 9 (Wharton) 
McLaren Park Land 

Replacement of damaged 1,902,76 
concrete pavement arounC 
the diviny tomer at 
Fleishhacker Pool 



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OR WORK 



VENDOR 



DESCRIPTION 



73 Piombo Construction Co, Rehab, of running 

track At Keaar citadium 



79 Cyclone Fence Diu, 

80 George Puulaen 



61 A, Quandt i Sons 
32 Crowe Olttss Co» 



Install^Chain Link 
Fencing at S,F,Zoo, 

Install, of en Irriga- 
tion System in the 
Center Strip, Dolores 



AUOUNT 
$ 430,00 

1,347,65 

370,00 



Piinting of Chain Link 327,00 
Fencing at Sutro Feiyhts 

Replace'^ent of glass at 499m00 
Fleishhacker Pool Cafe, 



UtiJo, RESCLUTIjK NO^ 1592 

RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission for the 

best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department the 

--" 'roller be and is her^b]^ requested to approve the follrio" 

ing y . rV C rderat 

Y,C,'.D» LEPAITL'EKT DESCRIFTIC!: AiiCl'KT 

S63 Dept, of Public Vor^s I'iscAsphalt Surfacing $ 20C,DC 
(dur^^treet Repairs) as r equired Golden Gate 

Pirk and Ss.all PcrVs 
unci Squares ind jrisc, 
services - July, A^i. , Sept, 
1943 



364 Purchasing Dept* 

(Reproduction Bun) 



3oS S..^.yutr Dept^ 



3qC Purchasing Deptm 



3C7 ruri:ka8ing Dept* 
(Shop A'o. 1) 



Blue print ing, Photos tut 
services, ff-» JlI'j, 
Auy,Sept, IZ-iS Gen Divn, 

MiscServicei. 

Jul y ,Aug *S e pt , 1 946 
Gen^Divis ion 



75,00 



iisctServices, suto- 3,675,00 

:r,oxive repairs, ei:, for 
July, Aug, S • pt, 1946 

SlacksKithiug services 360,00 

a-jto^.otivs repairSf ^'^'•t 
July, Aug, 5 .)*. 1943 
Co9jr.iss«kry Dioisior. 



303 



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DESCRIPTION 



Al'OUh'T 






369 Dept, of Public Works 
(Public Buildings) 



370 S,F»Ciiy d County 

En^f/loyeet Re-tirement 
System 



371 S,F,City & County 

Employees* HeUrenent 
System 



i/f8c,Seri'ir;«?s,r«pa frs $ 100,00 
to equipment f e tc,, 
for July, Aug. Sept. 1948 
0<9ncral Division 

S.F.Hrepif.al Charges 1,300,00 

•nC Prorata of compen' 
action coverage Adminis- 
trative Coats in excess 
0/ budget appropriation 
for six mnths ending 
^ec% 31 g 13%c? 

Comper,. ution Disability 4,500,00 

Benefits and Ledical 

Charges other ilin ^ or 

S, /, Hospital for sir 

months period ending 

Decm 31 g I ^■46* 



RESOLUTION NO, 1593 

RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commiaaicn, the 
Secret(try be and is hereby authorised io er,:-ir into an 
agreement, execute and perform a/ia-^-i'er acts may be necessary 
to give effect to this agreeP'ent /or ci.' nn behalf c/ the 
Purh T'^nxission -nth Ralph ^array for services ul. director 
of the Golden Gate Park Band, Said agreef^ent to be revocable 
by the Park Commiaaion on fifteen day$ notice and becomes 
effective 99 ♦/ ^uly I, 1S4€, 

Concerta ahalJ be rendered by the Golden Gate Park 
Sand for forty-'twe Sundaya anil on the folloL>ing holiiayat 
jr«y 30, July 4, Labor Day, and September I, if un ' hen funds 
are available. Curing the fiscal year ]i>48^9, 

A maximum of forty men, thirteen of inhicK shell be first 
instrument playert and a minimum of tu^enty-e ight men, thirteen 
of which shall be first instrument playera, shall constitute 
the Golden Oate Park Band. In addition thereto, three progmn 
boy J>ill distribute programs at all conceris a^ herein 

proviCed, 

The actual number of muaiciens shall ?;- :eft to t^ ? 




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discretion of aaid Ralph Murray, providing the number employed 

is within the above stated maximum and i, ininum. 

The amount to be paid /or each concert shall be detar^ 

mined by the nunf^'^r of musicians t^^pJoycd ly aaid Ralph 

liurray, at the foll-noing rates of pay: 

1 Director ^€0,40 

13 First Instrument Players ' IJ.OO each 

Other musicians 10,00 each 

S Program Boys 4. 00 total 

Horseverj the amount shall not exceed ^477, 40 for any one 

concert, nut of lohich said Ralph J^'urray c^rees to pay all 

musicians and program boys. Said Ralph h'urray tr receive the 

sum of ^60^40 for each concert which may be scheduled but 

cancel] ed en account of the inclemency of the weather. Said 

paymentii to be charged agaiust Appropriation 813,271^01, in 

the amount of ^£C,000^ 



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The Superintendent reported on fip following: 
That no funds were available for the rehabilitation of 
the Beach Chalet and therefore the San francisco Log Training 
Club's request to use the said building ujould have to oe 
denied. It luas so orderedm 

That he had suggested a location for the Bronze Buddha 
i.T Ou Oriental Tea Garden to a r.ember of the Art Commission 
and that a report from the Art Commission would be forthcoming 

in the near future. 
Arbore tum: That he had conferred ^jjith Dr. Soodspeed and iir. 

Shepherd of the University of California, on the selection nf 
an architect for preparing plant and specifications for a 
building in the Arboretum, Golden Gate Fork, 

That the Health Department's complaint relati <r to the 
sanitary condition of the convenience stations in L'ission 
Fork had been corrected. 



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The Secretary -x»as instructed to request the Finance 
Committee for a continuance of the hearing on the proposed 
bond iaeue to permit the sfttdy 0/ t^e plan submitted by the 
Superintendentm 

The Superintendent waa authorised tot 

Regu^at proposal from (a) Thomas Chaue, Architect, fer 
preparing plans md specif icationa for the reconstruction of 
seats in Keaar Stadium at a cost not to exceed $150,000; and 
(b) from the Bureau of Light and Tower for illuminating 
Keaar Stadium at a cost not to exceed $100, 000, 

Proceed vith the plans and specifications for the 
construction of a pitch and putt golf course. inGolden Gate 
Park, 

Cons truot aeuaral small barbecue pits along the beach 

front. 

Call for bids on the follojjing: 

Widening and Repaving of the Eighth Avenue 
Entrance to Golden 7ate Park 

South Mill, Well to Pump Hook-up 



Informal The following informal contracts \oere auxirded on th< 

Contracts ; 

recommendation of the Superintendent: 

Replacement of Glass at Fleishhacker Pool Cafet 
Croice Glass Company $499,00 

Installation of Irrigation System, Center Jtrip 
Dol'>rea Boulevard: 

George Paulaen 870,00 

Installation of Chain Link Fencing, S, I, 
Zoological Gardens 



Cyclone Fence Vi'jision 



1,647,65 



Replacement of Damaged Concrete Pavement 
H, T, Pool, vicinity of Diving Tooer 

Arras Brothers 1, '^0^,76 

Rehabilitation of Running Track, Keaar Stadium 

Piombo Construction Company 480,00 





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A,Quandt and Sons, Tnc,, $337,00 



yeeiing There being no further buainese to cane before the 

idjournedt 

Commission, the meeting adjourned at 7t20 p,«. 




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San Franci.^oo, California 

June 3 0, ]i:'4d 



special 
^ feting. 



A special m^etin'^ of the Park Comnisgi^n waa held 



Wednesday, June 30, 1948, 4t00 p.ai, 
Golden nat" Fark, ^'an Francisco^ 



in k'cLaren Lodge 



The follnming Conmiss ionert loere present: 

J/r, Fdrvey E, Teller, President 
A'r, Pet'r S-rcut 
i»r,Wm. 1', Co/fnan 
Mr, Jluyh Oalldyher 

Absent t Mr, Fred D, Parr 



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The miriuf,'^ r>j' the Park C nm^n i r ,". ' o n meetiny Keln 
June 14, 1.'48, ujer* r.ijproved and adopted. 

The Secretary pre.zfr.ted the f-)llowin'^ bids covering 



ihe 'yf^-f-orati-jn ^ .mundaen'a 3hip "GJOA**, Gf)lde 



'X »;a 



Park, 



Anderson and Cr<.?te/ani 
Plant Br9»m 



(44,?05,00 



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P irk Departnent 



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37P Public Utilitiea Preparation if pl.na 



Conmisaion - 
Enyi'.eering 



apecificatior.s 

liQhting of "'- 



and 

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Zezar ^tad ium 



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P^ftcreatinnal Division 

31^-500^74 S. F Zoo aira//e <| Camel Paa.iocks 
fencing and Tfalkji 

7ir.'500-69 Kesar Stadium Running Track 

712-500^53 Fleishhaoker Fool k'odern illation 



$1,^^^9,67 

691 »31 

S33. 00 
136 » OS 



to provide funds for the above described Work Order, 



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RESOLUTION /;o, 7.':c.;^ 
RESOLVED unanimouslu by the Park Commission that for 
the beat interest and proper conduct of tHe Park Department 
the Controller be and is hereby r f quested to approve the 
following Allotments and Transfers: 

AlLCTi'ENTS 
Ar-pro Tini i^n 

BlS-lll-Ol Alloioance for O^^'riine - j'n'l Divn, 

312^1'' r-Ol holidays - General Division 

eiS^n-.l~01 Soil i- Fertiliser - General Division 

eiP~lTp~02 "olidays - Zoo Dinri^n 



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500,00 
1,300,00 
19,600,00 
1,000, -^r. 



dlc^lll~03 Allowance for Cnrrtime - Comw.issary Dion, P.COmOO 



61S'-11C'G3 Holidays - CommisEary Diision 
dlS-l 12^04 Holidays - Hecreational Division 

TliA.'JSFEKS 



lt70C,00 
1,300,00 



From 

ai2~.'^00~69 

0,0, Park Conservatory 

Pointing 

J :r: -9 13 'CI 

Replacemt'nts and Recon- 
struct ion - Conservatory 
GreenhOii; e ~-eplacewients 



To 

612-500-74 

G, G, Conservatory 

Greenhouses 

81 P-^"^ 00*74 

0, G, c usermatory 

Greenhrupes 



b, 000, 00 



5,757,00 



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RESOLVED ^r^animously by the Park ^onwii'si'^-. that jor 
the best interest an<i proper conduct of fh' Park D^partn.ent 

the CnntriU^r be .rj " is hereby re^iested to aprrnvr the 
JolloJing payi'ientsi 




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ASSOCIATED Ef^CINEER^ 
First Payment - Installation o/ a santiarv 
$eu)er line ai thg Keaar Stadium, 

GEORGE PAULSEN 
Final PaymeM - Inatallation of Irriaation 
System in Center Strips, Dolores Boulevard 

GCEBSLS' kILD AKILAL FAk li 
California :^tate Sale$ Tax on Animal ExchangeB 

KUEfllG 3t SJ^mOLM 

Second Progress Paynent - Lawn and Irrigation 
Installation at Gag Fouse Cove 

CCLLECTOR OF lUTKHtiAL UKVKUVE 
Special Retail Malt Dealer Tax Stamps 

CCLAN Fr EATING AND SHEET kETAl> CCMPAIIT 
Installation of heating and ventilating system 
in Aviary at 3, F, Zoological Gardens* 



$5,702,40 

552,50 

33,75 

6,4S5,6n 

132,00 
640,00 



RESCllTION UO^ ir,97 
P^SSCIVED unaninously by the Park Comr^ission iha^ for 
the best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the C'^niroller Is and is hereby requested to approv the 
transfer of t.^,4lP,00 from Appropriation ai?-i99-O0 (Park 
Compensation Reserve) to Approprirticn dlS-mllO-Ol (Per^.inen't 
Salaries - General Division) to provide the additional funds 
required account of the reclassification of tmo 010^ 
Janitre$9 (part time) /oafti^ns to two C I0# Janitor ^'ositir^ns. 



RESOLUTION .VC. l^Jd 
RESCIVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for 
i*v beat interest and proper conduct oj the Park Departm^-nt 
-Lhe Controller be and is hereby re^^uested t# approve the 
folleuDiny Work Orders: 

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pESCRIPTICKS 



Al'CUNTS 



373 Dept, of P illic forks - New Creen WouseB and ^^17,757, 00 
Architecture Alterations to Fead 

House Con^'Tvatery 
Gelden Gat' Park 




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374 Dept, of Public Works 
Architecture 



DESCRIPTION Al'OUNT 

Inapeciion S^roic^? - $500, CO 
A>uj Green ITouaea etc, 
Conaeroato ry 



Meeting There being no further buaineaa to com^ before the 

id journed s 

Cnrr.^ieaiony the rieeting adjourned at 4i45 p,m. 



Jerald J^/^Z inars. 
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Bnn rranofte*. CaltformU 

A regular m^ttiwg 0/ «Ht Park C9umi$9ion vos h^ld 
at McLaren Ladg^, 0«I(f«fi aaU Park, Thuraday, July 8, 1948, 
ai 4 p««« 

Th0 followUg Committiontrt wtra prtfntt 

MaB$r». Barv9y E. T^lUr, Pr9»id§nt 
Peier Btrcut 
fhi. JT, C9f/man 
Bugh »allagh9r 
Trtd D, Parr 

Tha mUuUa •/ iH« tptofai U09tUg held •» June 30, 
1946, were appreved and adopted^ 

Street Tree PreJeei. The Secretary m* autheriMed 
te requeet hie Honor t)k« Mayor and the Wonorable Board of 
Supervieore te re-^appropriate $ 5,000, CO/er the ««iiit«naiio« 
•/ atreet treee from tJ^e uentee appropriated for the plan tiny 
0/ etreet treee* 

AQuattc Parkt The application 0/ the San Franc ieco 
Sportaman*e Aquatic Park Committee to uee the facilitiee at 
Aquatic Park, wae put over to a later meeting, 

jg« r^Zooloaioal Oardene, Mr, Jamee Scott* e euggeet'» 
ion that Mr, Reuben Caetang be requeeted U put on am anfaal 
ehme at tfc« Zeo wae paetpened until tH« meeting of Auguet 12, 
ta enable tH« ^uperfntondent and Mr, Scott t« confer with 
Mr^ Caatamg, 

£»a ^r Stadim, The communication from the Univereity 
•f Santa Clara, Univereity of San Francieeo, and St, MaryU 
College, eubmitting reoommendatione for the r evieian of 
certain terme ef the agreement far tfc# uee of leear Stadium, 

mae next preeented. 

The Secretary etated that he had been aeked by tfct 
rapreeentativee vf the three echoole te requeet tfc« Commieeien 



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n%%Xi%99 •ttteatlup «U tto« r«9i»ir#d m^uU b€ apprextaotely 

Fr9»id9Ut UlUr §UUd that the iJommt»9Un hmd 

tf«II»«r«t«tf at length en th§ propttaia fa the o<mMumicatfn an€ 
had oeme to the eemeluttem thmt thie ytar the Coumteetom 
mould not modify any of the financial arrtngenenf in the 
agreement. Thie deeieion wao made in viee of the fact that 
the etadium mill be repairtd and lighto mill be installed 
at a c#«t •/ $850,000, and further that t%# anticipated 
revenue from tH« op«ratfaii •/ tlla ttadiw hae been eotabliohed 
in ika budget for tM« fiooal year i94a«i949, and tfc* Coul»« 
oion had wtade oaaaftaenta dependent upon tfce revenue ttt 
forth in tft« eoiitraet* 

The Commiooion, homevor, mao of t\e opinion thai 
Mome adjuotment or eonoideration could be given to certain 
parto of the agreement covering the d<ttr(5atfoii •/ tlck^ttt^ 
•tc«, mhich mill be taken up at a ouboequtnt meeting^ 

Xn viem of tho fact that the football oeaoon otarto 
on Auguot 22, 1948, Mr, Jooeph R. Eiokeg §ao inetructed 
to proceed mith tho oigning of all agreemtnto, mith the 
underotanding that if any exeoptiono or aliavanees are made 
in the agreemento mith tfct three oohoolo referred to heroin, 
the oame exetptiono or allomaneeo mill be applicable ta ail 
other agreemento. 
Mjiarkj golden Ogto Fark. In accordance with tho charter 

provioiono the Commiooion conoidered and approved tfca 
California Acadamy of Scionoe^o propooed piano for the 
oonotruction of a nom Kail of Science and th« Morrioon 
Planetarim and oet apart that portion of property adjoin- 
ing the preoent African Hall U Golden Oate Park, for th. 
aa»air»at«aii •/ ••<<* buildingo. 






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r«9ii«««lii9 ♦*•♦ ColMidta Sqmrt be aod* avatia^I* /or a 
parking ar«« •» • «««p«rary teatt M»«fi •//••tr««t parkUf 

/•oii««l«a #r« pr99id94, »at put over miiti • l«««r K«««tii9« 

If^ yy^Pftft rfc« irii«lol«i»« ffiitoii, iocal Mo. 6, 
%pplic9tUn /9r pormi9»i§H u pJ«f, vtthont o^Uirp*^ th» 
/9lUming eoMtri*, »a« approved and il^« 5upcriiii«iid«iit 
Mt inttmetctf U att««i tii Kovfng i)i« oquipmeni ii«e««««ry 
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Aug. 11, 1948 
Aug. 95, 1948 

Oct. 4, 1948 



Sept. 5, 1948 
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Sept. 19, 1948 
S9PU96, 1948 
OoU 9, 1948 



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Aug. 29, 1948 
80pt.l9, 1948 
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Jcttotic Park. Th9 St. rr9noi9 Maternity Ouild^u 
appHoati9H f9T p«mft«lon to moo kquutXc Park /or a period 
/roa ooDoii to ton dayo t* iho latter part o/ Oetobor^ 1948, 
/•r a ba*aar, »oo put over to a latof meeting. 

Q9ld9n Oate Park. MW. Stephen A. Sice* 9 applioatian 
/•r pomlooioM to epoVoto a concoaoioii in tho vieinitg o/ 
th9 B9nd Conoour99 vao pitt over until a later meeting 
and the applicant mao requeeted to outafi • aoro dotafiod 
applicatiem. 

^eaeh Street lot. Daoio Bardmood Company* 9 offer 
to loaoo l9t on B9ach Street, between Eyde and Larkin Streeto, 

■•• ro/ootod« 

I'o^ar St adiuM^_ The Veterans of To reign Ware* 
application for uee of leaar Stadium on Saturday, December 
11, for an All -Star Collegiate Benefit football Oame »ao 
n9Xt pre99nt9d. The .ottor mae referred to the President 
U appoint 9 committee to »oot with the applicante. 

J^q ^atie Pgrk^ Maria Beviacqua^t application t» 
loaoo an area at the foot of Hyde Street to construct and 
operate a boat repair shop, was put over until the next 
meeting. 



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jorden: /•»• »P«ro*i»p tfc« OritnioJ Tta aartf«ii vaa ii««t prtttnttd. 
¥««5*r. a/ th# (7oMlt«ioii voio«d on U%9t%%% X% Xk9 appli^ 
cant** plan U dcutUp the Ua Garden tnf a more attractive 
place and offer greater eeroioe to the coMtunfty. Mr. 
Agnew wao requeeted to oubmit an application outHning U 
detail hio proposed plana. 

y. /J»(«H hac»ar Plavfield^ Mr. B. J, ¥anHiP«*t 
offer to oond a forty'five piece band unit, cempooed of 
youngoterg from nine to fourteen yearo of age, to perform 
at the I'iaiah^aokar Playfield, Ma aoooptod, providing the 
partieipanto are covered by the neceooary inourance. 

^QtParA t golden Qate Park, The Jemioh Community Center'o 

application for the loan of two young lambo for ito farm 
and home camp, loaa granted. 

(itQtPark gqJdan Qate Park Band Concourpe, The American 

j^ onoour setLegion Convention Committee'o requeot for permiooion to hold 
State Band competitiono in the Band Concouroe, Golden (7at« 
Park, Saturday, September 4, otarting at 10 a.m., »a« granted. 

fieaeh Stableom The Sheriff's Mounted Poooe*o 
application for a permit to » table horoeo ueed in connection 
with poo$e aotivitieo in the Beach Stableo «a« approved in 
principle, and the Superintendent vaa requeoted to study and 
prepare a report at to tflo charges to be made. 

Ishioojt Jf /. Pool* In accordance with his Eonor the Mayer's 

suggestion that the charges at the Fleishhacker Pool for 
youngsters under tmelve years of age, b e reduced from SSi 
to Si, five days a •«*», the Commission ratified its action 
•/ Juno 21, 1946, reducing the fees U 54. 

hhlooli p^ r. Pool. In accordance with his Honor tho JTayor't 

tu^yeation, tho Suporintondent was instructed to .tady and 
proparo a report on the possibilities of erecting a cover 
over Fleishhacker Pool. 



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gjl^U (7»nf r P?«r<u Th» BuddhUt OoUtn Jubth 
CommitU^^M appliomtUn for pormUBUn to hold m^morUl 

»a« ^ranttfd* 

^yfUft flyio Pttrlr, On tfct rtfeoaatndctloii •/ th€ 

itaiftant SuptrUttndtnt, hit Honor tho Mayor'o of/or U 
irant/er th§ ownorohip of tho tmall building locaUd im 
Buona fiaio Pork, u tho Commiooion, w$ roJooUd. 

l^nipn Squarf^ Tho Internationikl Conv9nUon 0/ 
aidooAM International' $ roquoot for pormiooion to »o« tho 
Union Squaro for thirty aiiiutt poriodt at noon and nino p.»., 
July B2t 23, and 24, for Mooting; mo prantod, 

Sardina o r Sharp Park^ Tho Maval Shipyard'o roquoot 
for pormiooion to hold a golf tournamont at Harding or Sharp 
Park OR o»|f ^aturday^ Sunday or holiday, vat doniod. 

Strtot Trooo. The Jordan Park Impropomont ioooci- 
ation'a rofitott to have the treeo trimmed on Pai« Avenue, 
»as donfod* 

Oolden gptg Porl^ gtadtim. Mr* Riohard Leuoehner'o 
complaint relative to the polo fftitatioK In tfoldon Oate 
Park, maa referred to ComMiooioner Berout and Mr^ J»S» Hickey, 
far otudy and report* 

Golden Jato Pori^. Bio BeOm The Seoretary *ao 
authorirod to call for bide for the conotrootfon •/ ftioaohoro 
at Big Roe, Oolden ^ato Part. 

roaar 5tod<tf , The Secretary wao authoriead f 
execute football agreement with the San Tranoieoo City 
College, for moo •/ Toaar ^tadli* during the 1949 football 

•oaoon* 

§haro Park, The Secretary mao author ieed to 
petition tho Berth Coaet Side fire Protection Dieiriot, 5an 
#atoo Couiitr, to >woo Sharp Park inoorporaUd into the 
San Mateo County fire dietriet. 




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catUn /or p«)nifat<*ii to oon«tru6« a dranoH Itbrary {a 
MoCoppin Square »at put o»«r until «k« attttna •/ iuytttt 19, 
and th9 S§or9tary vat in$irueU4 to rt^Mott tilo Coasfoaioii 
U provid9 final ploJit and tpooi/f oat font /or tAo propoood 
pro^oet. 

^erioHil' /oroonnoJ. ffct ooMunfeatfon /ro» Hft Fonor tho 

JTayor, roJotluo to r9f tiling four vaoant pat ftiono o/ 
gardomort, vaa ro/orrod to Proaidont farooy J. folior* 

iqaatic ?ari^ . The Maoff League* 9 applioation far 
p9rmi99ion to uao t^« i^uatio Park Building and Beaeh, on 
f«9y Day, Ootober 27, 1943, vat yranttd. 

STUmion Sxt Buena TiBta for». 1. J, froaoy^a Jaat and final 

Tinet 

reque9t /or an «xttnt<on of tvonty dayt to ooapioto fnttall- 

atfon of two inch mater oervice in Buena fitta Park uao 

granted^ 

E» r. Pool* George F» Brayer'o requeei for an 
extenoion to Auguot 27, for the UttaJlatfon of tfco Primary 
Eleotrical Service betveen the Fleiohhacker Pool Pumping 
Plant and the Pleiohhaoker Bathhouee, wao granted* 

The following lettero were read and referred to the 

Supe rintendentt 

From hie Honor the Mayor trantaittin^ coaaunicatfon 
from fa. r. OutMkew, making euggeetione for tht improve* 
ment of Buena fiota Park. 

From hio Eonor tH« IToyor ouggeeting tHot 9tep9 
be taken immediately to inttaJJ bottor pottinp of warning 
•igna, prohibiting tvtaafnp alony tfce beach and iguotta 

Park. 

rroa fara M. Aheam requeoting that ehe be allowed 

to remain at Doloreo Park at Janitre99* 

From Mi99 X. ^Mck regi»#tttnp that tree on the nerth 
lino of her property on Guerrero Street, near 22nd Street, 
be removedm 



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rr^m Mr 9. J. r^ j^^t eonpl^inthg •/ ih€ rait im 

from Mtal D. ?«^k•^ ealilnp atUmUtn U t)l« 
ctfAditlon •/ th9 path9 in LUeoln Park. 

rrom Sun99t MtighU Iapr«vt««ii« Club oimplaiming 
9/ th9 09ndtti9n 9/ «H« Unmi9 utta at 5viittt B9ighU Park. 

Trom hi9 W9n9r «fc« JTcyor^ iranaBfttUfli cokmum <oat ion 
/r«a Mr9. iforrlt Jr«iid2« and aappottlnp that additional 
MneWa bo piaood aion^ th9 koao)l» 

I'roa JTrt* Alfrtd JSoynoIdo rogvoottn^ tlUt ro/voo 
oontafnoro bo piaood at tfco ^ixth ivonao ontranoo to ^oldon 
(?ato Park. 

Tram hfo Fonor tHo JTayor tranMlttiny iottor /roa 
JTaria Balla rolativo to a JTioo lldoroon. 

rr9m Mr 9m M. d.Sobfno, ooaplaininp o/ tHo oondftion 
in Garfitld Squarg, 25th and Bryant 5trooto« 

Pram Ja«oo i2*Biitior ooaplafnlnf of tHo dogo iiofn^ 
thM praoty aroa along tHo (7roat Fiyhvay and ovyyootin^ t^tat 
an ordfnanco bo oitaMlo^d prekibftfny oa«o. 

Prou Mr 9. loonoro C. JToalfn, ovgpootUg t^at co//oo 
bo aorvod at t*o /lololUaekor Waf/iold and tHo Zoo. 

rko /ol2o»lny lottort voro rood and ordorod /ilod« 

rro« tfco D< roc tor 0/ Aiblio VoaltA, ontaittiny 
a roport on a ^ator oarvoy ot iguatic Par*. 

Proa tbo Bay THoator Inc., oub-lttiny propooal far 
U99 9f a portion of Aquatic Park far a Ponthouoo Thoator. 

From ths California Marino Parko and Barbor 
A990ciati9n, nubnitting rooolatton aduocatinp tHo noo of 
Aquatic Park Building for a mooting plaeo for oporto-on 
and tho »oe of tho lagoon for tho berthing of omall boato. 

Prom Mro. Angu9 Gordon Boggo, in-rt Aquatic Park. 



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rrom ih$ San rronc<«oo Itdy«, jfo. a, J,?,0. JTItt, 
ihankliip th0 ComMf9i9n fr tu o0»p*raiUn in «fc« Annmml 

flag Day C«r«Bo»<«a, 

rrom Mr. td Tar f 11, oompliM^n-iXng th« Commio^Un 
for Ihe handling of iht traffXo and arrangononto for tho 
Flag Day Corouonioo* 

from tho Pan Amorioan Day Joint Committoo, thanking 
tho Commiooion for ito eooporation^ 

Iron tho Chiof of Polieo thanking tho Commiooion 
for tho cooporation in tho Flag Day ooromonioo* 

From tho Sonorablo Art Commiooion thanking tho 
Commiooion for ito cooporation in tl^t oocond annual 
outdoor Art Shorn prooontod in Union Squaro^ 

Trom Ooorgo Ooooko congratulating tho Commiooion 
for reducing tho omimming rait* At Tloiohhaokor Pool* 

Xranofor of Dolinguont iccottwt. On tho rocommondation 
of tho Dirootor of Rocroational Aotivttioo, tho following 
dolinquont Tacht Harbor account ipaa roforrod to tho Bureau 
of Dolinquont Rooonuot 

Martin B» Laroon $7*50 

Tacht Barbor Moorino Liconooo , On th* rooommendation 
of tho Director of Recreational Actioitioo, the follomlng 
Tacht Warbor Mooring Licenoeo more approvodt 



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^etolutionjit On motion duly made and oooondod, tho /olloming 

roaolutiona moro adopiodt 

BMSOLnriOM M0» 1599 

SSSOLfSD unanimoutljf by tho Park Commiooion that 

for iM boot tntoroat and proper eonduot of ih« Park 

Deparimont, tho Controller be and it hereby requeated to 

approve th« following paymentot 

B, 0, TITTLS COMPAMT $1,598.00 

rinal Payment • Street Lighting^ Pomer 
and Telephone Syatemo at TacHt Harbor 
Mxtenoion 

BALPB MURR4T 1,849.11 

Directing Oolden Oate Park Band • June 1948 



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rederal Admiooion Taxeo - June 1948 

ASSOCIATED EKOIMEERS 

Third progreao Payment - Inttallation 

of Irrigation Syotem in Miaaion Park. 



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\ES0LUTI0M MO. 1600 
RESOLVED unanimoualy by the Park Commiaaien that 
for the beat intereat and proper conduct •/ tho Port 
I^portaoit t*« ControJJor be and ia hereby requeated to 
approve a credit modification of contract in the amount 
of $9.85 againat the contract with Ralph Murray for 
directing the Golden Oate Park Band; t*« above amount 
of $9.85 being the unexpended balance of the $90,000.00 
allocated by contract to Ralph Murray for directing Oolden 
Oate Park Band for the year ending June 30, 1948. 



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MSSOLYSD unanim.u9l9 bjf tHt Park C»m<««u,i tfco* /tr 
ik0 b9$t «ii««r«a« and pr*p#r oonduot •/ i)k« Pterk i)«jMrt««iit tHt 
Co»treIJer b« and !• h«r«by r««i*tti«d t« approvt • or«d<t •odi/|. 
catton •/ oontraot fn tk0 amount of $95.20 against tko contract 
miih Sueitig and Schramm fpr Strttt Trtt Planting on autrrara 
Siroei, Markat to Army StraoU and at ipparoJ City, Induotrial 
Street and Barnovold Avenue, the abooe $98.10 repreoenting 
adjuetmenta to the contract at follamat 

114.10 



Credit for five treeo leeo planted an 
Guerrero Street • iS^BB 



Charge far tato addttfonaJ treeo planted at 
Apparel City • 9.50 



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BSSOLfSD unaniMouely by the Park Coumieeion that for 
the beet intereet and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Controller be and io hereby requeeted to approve an 
Incumbrance Request for $4200.00 to Loomit Armored Car Service, 
Inc., for armored car eervice for the park revenue unite far the 
year ending June 90, 1949. 



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RKSOLUTIOM MO. 1003 
RESOLVED unanimouoly by the Park Commieeion that the 
Secretary be and (• hereby authorieed to enter into an agreement 
with THOMAS r. CBACS, Coneulting Engineer, to perform the follom- 

ing workt 

Prepare plane and tpecifieatione for all of tho 
propoatd new work in the rehabilitation of Zeear Stadium, Second 
Pitt, and to auperviee the conetruotion of any work executed 
from the plana and within the moniee appropriated, Cempeneation 
for Buch aervicea not U exceed the sum of $18,750.00. 




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BE IT rUBTMSM HKSOLYlI> tHat tH. Contr.lUr »• an4 U 

Apprepriation 612.500^6 (l.Mar St^i^^.piacn.n-^ •/ 42,000 
Umporary S^aU), fi,r th, above U$erib€i purp.n99. 






RSaOLUTIOM MO^ 1604, 
RSSOLfSD unanimou9lv by m Park CommioBion thai a 
month ta «oii«H agrotmont bo onterod into boUoon tho P^rU 

Commiaofn and Solly Schuman and Barton Barrio for tho oporation 
of th# food ooneoooion otand loeatod on t;^* boach floor of tho 
Aquatic Park Building, aftkattd at tho /*••« of Polk Strtet, at 
Boach Stroot, in tho City and County of San Pranciooo, at a 
monthly renfl of ton per cont (10%) of U« grooo roponuo, with 
a minimum guarantee of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollaro, and tk« 
Secretary be and ho io hereby authoriMod t« execute ouch agree" 
ment and to perform ouch act«, on behalf of the Commiooion, a« 
•ay be neceooary or convenient t« give effect to tho purpooe of 
thio reoolution. 






MESOLUTIOB V0» 1905 
RESOLVED unanimoualy by the Park Commiooien ttiat for tho 
beet intereot and proper conduct of tH« Park Deparlmont, hio 
Honor the Mayor b e and io hereby requeoted to have an ordinance 
prepared roappropriating $4,970*00 from Appropriation ei2''500'»93 
(street Troo Planting) to the credit of tho fallowing appropri" 
otionot 



61 2^120^7 Temporary Sal are a - Firot 
Street Tree Planting 

812»130<'07"2 Temporary Wageo - 

Street Tree Planting 

812m860'07 Retirement Allowance • 
Street Tree Planting 



$2,760.00 

lg684.00 

506.00 

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R ESOLUTIOM M0» 1606 
WSSRSAS, Sric Walther hat been a deveUd employee ef 
the Park Deparimeni eince February 10, 1918, and hae eerved ae 
Supervieer o/ the Arboretum and Botanical Research, in Golden 
Gate Park, fer the paet eleven yearej and 

WEEBEASf The Park ComMieeion wae today advieed that Erie 
Walther had been awarded the Thomae Roland Medal by th« 
Maeeachueette Horticultural Society, a medal awarded yearly to 
the individual demonetrating unuaual skill in the horticultural 
field; and 

WHEREAS, the Thomae Roland Medal waa awarded to Eric 
faith jr for th« extraordinary work performed in aaeembling the 
collection of native and exotic plants and for the rare ability 
demonstrated in the orranpe«eni and presentation for the study 
and enjoyment of visifrs te the Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, 

Golden Gate Park; 

MCW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESCLTED that the Park Commission 
does hereby record its appreciation for the splendid services 
rendered by Eric Waliher and does hereb]^ extend to him sincere 
congratulations on the receipt of this famous and meritorious 

medal; and 

BE IT FURTHER RESCLTEL that a copy of this resolution 

be spread up%n the minutes of this meeting and a copy be sent 
U Erie Walther* 





The Superintendent reported on the follotaingt 
That the Aquatic Park Building was being cleaned ^nd 
made ready for the use ef the general public. 
M^ark, That the Blue Gill Fish, planted in Elk Glen lake. 






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e/ ohlorint mould b9 inadoiBabUf that tht blue gill planted 
lA JTfddle lake had Burvived, and the there* •/ the lake would 
be improved, oo that they would be aotfe/aetary for fishing 
purposeom 
Ijrbor- That ho hod df«cueaed the proposed building and green' 

r""^ houae in th$ Arboretum with Mr. i. Appleton of the firm of 
Hynan A Appleton and Wolfard, whe had odufsed hiu that the 
building and greenhouse would oost about $93,000 and the 
arohitectural oeroiee fees for plans, specifications and 
8up«rvisi9m, mould bring the entire o«8t t« $100, 440. 

The Commission directed the Assistant Superintendent te 
held further conferences with the Superintendent, Mr. Eric 
Walthers, Supervisor of the Arboretum and Botanical Research, 
the architect and t# submit a final report for the Commission's 
consideration at the meeting of August II* 



On motion duly made and seconded the following resolw^ 
tion was ordered incorporated into the minutest 
• A BESOLOTIOM 

"ADOPTED BT TEE GENERAL ASSEMBLT COMMITTEE FOR TBE 1943 OESERAL 

ASSEMBLY OF TEE TELEPHONE PIONEERS OF AMERICA 
» WSEREA8, 

" The Annual Assembly •f the Telephone Pioneers of America will 
convene in San Francisco on September 14, IS, and 16, 2543, 
and will bring to this city telephone .en and women from all 
parts of the United States and Canada, and 

-WHEREAS, on May 21, 1943, Mr. Barvey E. Teller, president of the 
Park Commission, San Francisco, adoised Mr. Lyle M. Brown, 
Division Manager of The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company, 
Of the action of the Park Commission in providing for the 
creation ./ a floral design in Golden Gate Park, reproducing 




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during the periad •/ the Aeeembly, and 

**WSERSAS, thie beautiful dieplay will bring pleaeure and 
enjeynemt to not onlff the many uieiting delegates at the Assembly, 
but also to the thousands of telephone people residing in San 
TrancisG^, 

" MOW, TSERSrORE 

" BE IT RESOLVED 

**That the General Committee on Arrangements for the Annual 
Assembly of the Telephone Pioneers of America, at its regular 
mteting tsday, warmly commends the Park Commission for its 
gracious action and expresses its sincere appreciation to 
the president and associated members of the Cosulaoion* 

" (Signed) ' J. M» Black 



General Chairman 



(Signed) L. M^ Rob erts 

Executive Chairman 



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"^naniaouaiy adopted on this 
Sixteenth Day of June in the 
Tear 1943* 



Mating There being no further business to come before the 

lijourntd : 

Commission, the meeting adjourned at 6t30 p«»« 




Gerald ^* Linares 
Secretary 



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lUfgular ^ regular yfieetin^ y *hc Park Commissio'^ ym? h^ld Thursd 

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t'a«tuny appearttd and requeaied 



a continuance io cnabl'? th§m 



U u^erk out fhe details of the proptsed- animal 
San Francisco Zoologtcal Gardens^ So f^rd 



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Sfartsmen's Aquatic Park Committee appeared 



and itubnitied a 



iu)elvt<»p'>int proyri'r ^'or '^ 



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aiaip'neni shouing the uapitcl inv-almrni, jhur^t:> to tc r^.ad* 
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^nr an adalt recrenti^n center for elifrly people on a nfln- 
profit, nonmgeciarian taals^ 

President Tellsf stated that many of the evening 

u. f-t"*>8 alrcidy scheduled in -"i. /-uiliii;^ rttquir^d the 
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appUoatioia for floral digpj 



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considered. The Superintendent u>ao instructed to 
from these organisationa a design of th 



request 



eir respective emblems 



ana to prepare a report of ike cost of planting each ./ thes. 



designs for tht Commission* 



3 consiieration at the next rcuul 



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Golden Gate Pgrk^ The A^trican Lcgio^.'s aoDl 



persiiasion to hold a picnic f<yr hoopiinU 



appliciition for 
l£ed veterans in the 



vicinity •/ the Band Concoursi', on Saturday, August ri 
from. St90 a.m., to 4 p.m., was granted. 



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Vicinity •/ the Band Concourse. Golden Ca*- Park. 



^as denied, 



'^'^°^^' ^•''^» Poolj Guy Chemey Enterprises* aj^pUc^itior. for 

optntting the food and b«u'ra^€ cons^sston at thr Fleish^jj\ 



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Tac\* Far bo ^f /)p. Marvin Ifiller* 



a (jomrunirjation aJuiafn^ 



that he had filed an applfoafion for a berth at Tacht Sartor 



in 1941, and requesting informati 



on as to the opportunity of 



eecuriny a berth at the harbor for his boat to arri 



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August 23, wa9 referred to the € 



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Cengeaii^n^ The Pinanco Committee of the Board of 



Supervisor's request for infomatlon as t 



atepa hayf been initiated bv ih 



• whether or not 



e Cc'nniBaio'i to adopt a policy 



of ^citing out revenue producing activities on a conctaeion 
basis, was referred to the Secretr.ry for reply. 
l u^i^a rkt Qoldeu Gate far^, Ur^ and i'rs, S, f. Jonea* appUcaiion 

f§r permiaaion t§ c^peratt a ^Oat cart .■'ncesaion ui the 
Childre-i^a Playground in Goldsn Ga*- F^rk. ^a» denitdm 



\leiar 
Istadiumt 



£ €zar _^ tadium 



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I'eias Company's appl ijation for 



.err^isaifi". to lease ous»ifin3 to patrons, at JTctaf Stadium 



mas d»*\ied. 



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•rleor. l:^ion*a res-^lu^ion^ r*juestln^ he Ctfnnisston t# 



Jia^t ihe proposed rifle r^i^e '*loitis T^-, 
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c^ndifltf". 0/ th«? struclur* ai ihe end o/ the ifunicipal tier 



and requesting thai the building be btard 



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Berth 217 at Tacht Harbor* 

From setteral u#ae/i petititners oonpltiiuing oj" ihe 
co7id ii ioi^ 9/ ihe chil^nn^s play area in I'isaien fork. 



Trom Lm Dm Jor.t 



6 requesting t),ai appropriate oiyns be 



plac9€ f# prevent children frtm. tesiroying plantt 9h ihe west 
aiue 0/ 43th Avenue in the ^utr9 Estate g and further re^^ucr.t- 
iug that an adjustment be made in hie water bill, ac a s t9 
compensate hiii /©r ^^itring the ioe plants in that uiciikity, 
frcm fioberi a* 7f»cu», co^.plainii.y •/ ihe c^nditioi. of 
the benehea and sttps leauin^ it^' the Fark, at absui Secof*a 



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The foll^^iny comnunicationa were read and referred to 
,e Sup^rinteider.t J9r rtp9ri: 



Trom hi a Kouui 
with &toraye0 ^u:>iQdy 



iht I'^'^or subritting a rcpart damping 
aii control of mater iala s,nd supplits 



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t9u/er o« a v.onump 



nt ''^r the preaerv^tiin of picture » of the 



warld'a yreateat geniusea* 



The Jol2a»,ing 



inc Gommuni-ationa <^are road and ordered 



'iledt 



Frcn. the Sxecutiv. Secretary of the Valvar, aubmitting 



c^rmunication ,Ye« the rar<*in^ 



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From, the Congul Otneral of France and the La/ayetio 

Club oxpreooing appreciation for band oonceri cowneKoraiing 
the Fall of the Bastille, July 11, 1^43. 

FroM Conttanee I* Monoharah advooating erecting the 

Monastery in Sutra Gardens* 

H JarDhu iftudBtJI^ Oolden Oate Fark^ Wellnita and DeWarde^s 
application for permiesion t» substitute I*'ap4'* uerficoJ grain 
B, or better kiln dry flooring in place of tH« S^xe" deck 
flooring in contract for the rehabilitation of the Murphy 
Windntllp Golden Oate Park, was granted* 

WeJlnitx and. DeNarae*a application for permission io 
substitute *he glued laminated spar treated mith folnan 
Preserua^iue 5altr, in coniract for the rehabilitation of 
the Murphy Windmill, mas granted* 

The following extensions of time were granted: 
Am Quandt ar.d Cons, Inc., - Painting Chain Link Fence 
o* Sutro Heights far* • fifteen days* 

Parker Specialties - Installation of Overhead Doors, 
Main Yard, Goldeu Ga*e Park - fifteen days. Ratification. 

Braun^neoht^n.imann Company - Furnishing an6 inataUiny 
certain meohanicrA equipment at the Semage Treatment Plant - 

thirty days. 

Suettiy ana S<,hronir, . Installation of Irrigation System 

at Gas House Co^^t - thirty days. 




Damage 

Claimt 



Union 
Square t 



Yacht 
Bar bo r I 



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d.,.*. claC -s.«».t H'-ry O.fali T. et .1, «n th. «.unt ,. 

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ff,i,a S,»ar. .» Saturday. iu«u.t 7, /or a *.»d co«.ri. .a. 

gront**. Sott/Joatton. 

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fran./.r ./ deli-.,u.nt account t. th. «ur„u ./ r,ii„u.,t 

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ictit>it<e«, t/i« Coynmiasith appr$V€d the itauance 9/ihe 
/Bllminy motrin^ licenses ai Yacht Harbor: 



M^LR -^^ AFPLICAKT 
Frederich R9Abi/9fi 

Frank Lannia dt Carier 
Harimann 

Frank 5* DunwelJ 

Frank EglhoiQ 

Charles /'. riufe 

San Branch 

Jerome Cm Caf^ey 

Homer Freed 

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San Sf>uci 
Ola Guide 
Sea find 
Muriel 11 

F« Frimo 
liarion 

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Mar • Joy 

Jsubelle 



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/•r the beat interemt •r.d proper conduct a/ the Park 
toparfyreni the :nnfralJer be and i» Kereby requeattd to 
approve the fo Hoiking paymntat 



PA£rFB,^'iLr>iy9j;Pi2zAIIJi2, 

JnTfallation o/ Ovtrhccd Dcora at 
Main Tard in Qolde* Oait Park 

J^TfilTafYon 0/ Irrigation ^y$tem in 
Center Strip, Iwlo'' s BuJevard 

^ fOk'BC CCNSTBUCTlOfJ^Oj. 

Rehatilitatior. o/ runnU, true* ni le:^ar 
Stadium, Golden Gait Park 



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I*- A'cip 3o<ler8 and Controls at t/ieCona«ri;atori/. 

Joldcn Cate Par\. " 

DVNCANSOS - HARREL S CN C\ 

first Payment - CoVa^ ruction 9/ Hiyh Living 

T9\aer at Tleishhac\i:r omimrAug Pool 

J fTEOtf C . GOULD 200 ^CO 

Final Pai/meni - Enyineerlng aervicet in 

conntciion with comtrueixon 0/ a diving 

T9'^'er at the Herbert Heiahhaoker Swimming Pool. 

J^SOCIAT ED LNGINEEES J , SJ 9m3C 

Final Payment - Jnatallation 0/ an Irrigation 
Syatem in Ifitsion ParK^ 

COLLE CTOR 07 IKrRNAl RF7;;h'i 'E 1,203.00 

Federcl Tax on Admiaaiona • July 1946 

K ALPF IfURRAT 1,640.00 

Di reding Golden Ja-fc Park Band, July 194€ 

ARRA.': BRCS^ 1,£ 02.76 

lieplace^.ent 0/ da^^iged concrete paveinenf arounc 
the dioing ftu-cr it Flciahhatker Po9l 

A» ^']t-^-v'"AkI 3,606.10 

Firat Payment - Replacing 0/ an ezistiny tt» 
inch ioatfit pipf in Irrigation System at 
Busna Virta Park. 

^m KEVPFLT 418.75 

Fir,al"Pa-^mcnt - Engineering sercicea in 
tonnec^itn with inst^lJjiiion oj ieu? 
irrigation ayatem ^ Mia&ion Park. 

A> rrvrrrr ici.25 

final Paymtnt - Engineerir>g aentcea in 
Lor,n,cii»n i^ith fit knatall^iion oj'ihe 
Dolores Boulevard Irrigatitn Syaien 

ASSOC I AT EL ENCIVIE RS €,732.0C 

Firat' Progress. Paymmi - Inatallation 0/ 
Irrigation System - Unit K: 2, Golden i^ate Park 



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First Progreaa Pcymmt - InF-t&llation §/ a 

PuiLfing Plant at t(.fre I'erced, 

WFLLNITZ i DEi'ARZr : 

Fir^t Progresa Pament - nehabHitaUon 

•/ yurphy Windmill, Golden i^ate Park. 

If AC CASE FJ EOTRIC_^J^-IZ ^ . . ... 

Tirat Payment - lighting Service ana FutUc 
Addreaa Syrte^ - Bandstand, Golden Gate Park. 

LC^yiS ARVCR ED C ABUSER yiCE^.J^li 
TF^^rcTcirsTr.lVrjor rark revenue umta 



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Tirst Payntnt - Streei Tree Planting on 
Guerrero Street, Market to Army .Street and 
of Apparel City (industrial St, and Barnevtfld 
Ave»J 



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RESOLUTIcn NO^ int)^ 
RESOLTED unanitkcusly by the Park Commission that 
/•r the best interest and prcprr conduct o/ the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby r equetted tt 
approve the following Work Order at 



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DEPARWENT 



UE^qRiPUO¥ 



AMOUWT 



375 Real Estate Dept» Service* and ErpenseB $300^00 

in connection with 

acquisitisn o/ property 
required /or McLaren Park 



376 5. J. Water Dept, 



Replacing 2 3/4** services 90.00 
with 2 V* s'^rvicoi for 
center l»7ind« in LolercB 
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RErmVEt unanimously by the Park Covmiaeior, ihat 
/or the best fiteftat and pr.t^tr c^r.duct o^ t»ic Park 
Department the Controller bo and ia hereby requested f 
approve a Credit Modi/ication o/ Contract in the amount 
•/ $Z66.0C f the contract with E, J. Treccy /or Replacing 
•/ an Existing Tu:o Inch Water Pipe in the Irrigation System 
at Buena Vista Park- the above $2t6.00 repreoeniiny a i Just" 
ment to the contract at /olloust 



Contract set up /or not to exceed 

4^Cr lineal /eft 9 95 f 

Actual installation - 4rr0 lineal 

feet "% J5/ 

Credit M9di/icatl»n 



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4.009m00 

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RESOLVED unanitioutly by the Park CoKmiaaion that 
/or the be«t inUreat and proper conduct of the Park 
Deparimeni the Controller be and is hereby requested t§ 
approve the following ALLOTl/ENTSj 
appropriation 



812'269''03 
812^200m03 



al2m300mOS 
812^50^8 



$4,200.00 
300.00 

2,600.00 
43,000.00 

100.00 
10,000.00 



Armored Car Service 

Contractual Services - Commiaary 

Division 
Materials and Supplies - Comwissary 

Division 
Foodstuffs - Coirtmiasciry division 
dl2^00^04-X Materials and Supplies - Resale - 

Recreational Division 
dl2ml30m03m2 Temporary Wages - Commisary Dion. 
dl2'130'04'^2 Temporary Wages • Recreation Division 3',4C0.00 
812''500'^2 Water Supply 6k Irrigation System 1,963.00 

ei2'214'01 Maintenance <t Repair Structures - 

Oeneral Division (Sewage Plant • 
Mechanical Repairs) 2,450.00 

812-130''05 Wages - Playground Supervision 1,0CC.00 



RESOLUTION NO. 1611 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that 
for the beat interi^st and proper co'.duct of the Park 
Department, his Fonor tht I'agor be and ia hereby requested 
t9 approve the following items of increase in the budget 
of the Park Departr.ent for 1V43»1949» 
Appropriation 




a2C'13n»ci 
6J2'13D^02 
aiC»130m03 
SIS '130-04 
olZ'llC'OS 
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Zoo Division 
Comxiasary Divisi-ir. 



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Permanent Salaries - Comr. Liv. 
Retirement Al'l9u:ance - Gen. Liv. 

*f '♦ Zoo DiVm 

» • Conn, Div. 

»» " Rec Div. 



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2,43a 
2,732 

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1,336 

2c2 
446 
461 

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increase in the ^ages and salaries of certain employees in 
accora'a-.cf u^ith the previsions of Stc-tio" ^n.P of t..e 
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RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commiaalon that for 
the beat interest and praper conduct of tht Park Departnifnt 
his Uon§T the I'ayor he and (• hereby requtttea to have 411 
§i»nance prepared appropriating $2^200^00 from Appropriation 
8l2ml99m00 (Far\ Commission P.eierve) to Appropriition 
Sl2mllOm06 (Permanent Salaries • A'^uatie Par* Division) to 
previde funCs for the ciir.penaation of one C 107 lorkin^ 
foreman Janit9r at the rate of $220%00 per month, effective 
September 2, 3'34o. This neio position it being created by 
aotion of the ^ivic Seruice Coy^mission and the pesitien of 
one C 152 Waich^ar. is e? (- iuuted. 



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EESCl'^TD un^r^.imcusly ty the Park Commistiion that for the 
best interest and proper conduct of the Park Leiart^ent the 
C ntroller be and is hereby raiue$^e4> to appr^vt the foUo^ir^y 
Orierc ^er Service or T^rkt 



O P wopjr yi£is3 

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DESCRimOI 



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Imtanation of m eiyht f l,Jc3.Q0 
inch pip^ line Itt^een f^- 
^ill pu^t" ^"^ ■^^'^ bo-icter 
pMMp at the Vurphy I f nasi < I J, 
Golden Gate fark^ 



$4 California Pac- 
ific Title 
Jnsurar*ce Co* 



Title Pelicy - Znzurance 
L',Lcrer. P^rk land, Ilock 
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Tutor Z.Toev. Vr. i. E^mpkcjU, r^gi'.e^r, .cvnunicaticn 
relative to coHtracU, vai put 9V:r fo . Ic^^r - • ting. 

r^'ht^^VlSIj^ ^•^'s ; . ■ ' -ry ^ai zutyorUei to ser.d 
,-:.e of ca^oellation of -.crl'.^ 'f..n«t to Ifr.JilU^- J. 



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C9mmi98ion /or the u4« of Fsmnf c*^^* 

V c ua« oj- £#»ar 5tadtu« during th« J94a 

football S0a«d/i« 

^^^^'' ^taMeff^ On th, r.co««,nJati,n of the Superintend- 
ent, fh. Co-.«<a5<on approved the application of the Sheriff*, 
Po$oe U use the Leach Stables, Golden Gate Park, and set a 
charge of $10. OC per month, per stalls 

jgyatic Park Pierj, The Superintendent loaa authorised 
to obtain a proposal of the cost of preparing plans and 
specifications for the rehabilitation of the Aquatic Park Pier, 



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Aa a matter of policy the Commission adopted the 
folloviny procedure for its meetings in the futuret 

(a) The regular meetings of the Commission will be 
held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the rnonth at 
4 p«««, in I'cLartn lod~e, Golden Gate ParJr, 

( b) All matters to be considered by the Commission, 
at its regular meetings, nust te in xriiing and filed ■u:ith 
the Secretary on or before tho Friday preceding *he Wednesday 
meetingm 

(c) Any .Tia-^t«r presented at a regular Meeting thit is 
n9t on ihe agenda will not be considered if any «em5t r of 
the Comrisaion objects te consi Jering said ikatter. 

All matt<^rs effecting the following activities 'Mill 
be inoeatigatfid and reported on for i\e entire Commission* a 
consideration and action, by the f: llo-^ing members of tht 

Commias ion: 

Concebsion Activities - President larvej r,r^:"'cr 
Equestrian Activities - Comm^ Peter bt-zui 
FootbaU Activities - Comm. ?«. C. Coffnan 

' Co^yn. Ttugh -."''^,^ r 



Golf Activities 
Financial Ac^ii-^ies 



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an opportunity to consider the study made of the poU situation 
and thai the communication of Auyuat Cnd granting authorisation 
to the San Francisco PoU and Racing Club did not aiate a 
UrnimfAon date, it iocs deemed desirable to have this termini 
aiion date effective August 30thm 



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San Franc i8»o, California 
September 22, 1948 

hegular^ A regular meating of the Park CommitBion wat held •« 

|J(2ltjl5. ^,^^^^^„ x,odpe, Oolden Gate Park, San Francieco, Wednesday, 
September 2S, 1946, at 4 p.w. 

The follawing CemmieaionerB were presentt 

Sarvey r. Teller, President 
Peter Be rout 
r«. M^ Coffman 
Hugh Gallagher 



Uuutei 
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AbeentfFred i). Parr 

The minutee of the Park ConmieBion meeting held on 
Auguot 26 were approved and adopted^ 



htnUnnial Centennial Celebration. The CommiBoion approved the 

Utlebra" 

Ixisnt agreement with the San Franciaco Centennial Committee Inc^, 

and authorised the Secretary to execute the same for and in 

behalf of the ComMiaaion^ 

The Secretary wao instructed to prepare for the 
Comniesion's consideration an agreement with Mr^ Leonard 
iioaiao. Architect, for the plana and specifications of the 
buildings to be conatrucfed in Portanouth Square in connect^ 
ion with the Centennial Celebration^ 
\SJ,ZooU Sm FmZoolosical Gardens* Ur» Janes Scott and Reuben 

Caatang'a proposal for the right and privilege of giving 
lectures on wild animal life and of pr'ot'ucing ana conducting 
erhitiiions of animal acts at the San francis'co Zoological 
Careens was approvec in principle, and the Secretary mas 
instructed to prepare for the Commission's consideration 
an agreement in accordance with the -en* of the proposal. 

The Superintendent icaa instructed f perform the 
necessary acts in connecUon with %he construction of a 
portable stage and cage. 



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Oriental Tea O ardeAp Mr, S.Alan Agnew'a prepoaal for 
ll^rdent operating the Tea Garden in Oolden Gate Park was approved 
in principle. The Secretary was inetructed to prepare /or 
the Commiesion's coneideraiicn on agreetient in accordance 
with tH« tema of the propoeal. 

Aquatic Park. President Teller stated that aa a result 
Of several meetings the Commlasion had arrived at a temporary 
policy for the use of the Aquatic Park Building, which eai 

at followst 

(%) That the building would be opened five days a 
week and if funds permiite<i it would be opened seven days a 

week^ 

(b) That the lo.er floor would be available for «i»»- 
bathers who wished to use the dressing room facilities^ 

(c) Tfiat the Blue Room would be available for an adult 
recreation program, under the supervision of the American 

Women*s Voluntary Service^ 

(d) That other rooms would be available for socials, 

meetir.gs, etc., on a scheduled program. 

The Superintendent '.o* insfructcc to proceed with this 

program forthwith. 

P,r,6ing « r.port /re. th. EirecUr <,/ fubUc Fe^ltH .. 
to ^n,n U »U1 te .a/. U «(. i- tl.. »»t»r. »/ Aquatic 
Par,:, Pre.id.nf UlUr .fated t^ot th, Cc««i..«o-. »ould -ct 
.a*. . d«i.«o« at th«. ...ti-S ." t>..i.»c<af.d SporU.en 
,f S.n rranc«.c.'. prcpo.al t. 6.rtH .port /i.^t»» P-r ..at. 
in the »ot«r. 0/ A^uaitc Par*. 
O^.P.r,, aoZcen^OaU^r^ ,,. ..,..n .at. XrcHer. r,,u..t /.r 

,„/cmati.-. a. t. th. location ./ the pr.,..ed ,rcH.r, 
field »«. refrred U the SuperinUndenf. 

., ror.ipn war', propcal for :.a.i-., *-. B«c. CaUt .a. 
p.t o«.r U a lour neeUn, an. t.. ^..r.tar, «. i«.truct.d 
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The Portola Festival and Poy«ont, Inc., requeai»/or permte^ 
•<on to u»e the Children* » Playground on Saturday, October 
16 and to uee the building and berthing facilitiee at 
Aquatic Park on October 9 and 10 for a aalmcn derby were 
denied% 

The Portola Festival and Pageant, Inc,, requeetefor 
per^iBBion to erect booths in Union Scuare and Civic Center 
fpr the sale of official aouvenier prograna, to construct 
• small stage in Union Square, to use Columbia Square from 
October 15 to 25 for unloading horses that participate in 
the parade and for the use of the dressing rooms at Aquatic 
Park and the lot adjacent thereto for the riders and horses 
that compose the Portola Trek from San Diego, were approved 
in principle and referred t© the Superintendent for working 
out the necessary details* 

AQuatic Park, The Party Service Bureau, en behalf of 
the Department Store Employees Union, request for permission 
to use the Aquatic Park Building was referred U the 
Superintendent for report. 

The Baccari Vintage Festival's request for permission 
to use the Aquatic Park Building on Saturday evening, 
October 16, for a carnival ball, was granted. 

Civic Center : The Sunnyside Post, American Legion's 
request for pemission to use the Jftic Center Plata on 
Monday nights for drill purposes was referred to the 
Superintendent with full po^^^r to act, 

^ c ^uatic Park, On the recomnendation of the Superintendent, 
the south End Rowing Club was granted permission to extend 
the existing pier by IOC feet, at their .on expense. 

P^... ,,..th Square. The Patten College and Seminary of 
Oakland's request for pe^issi.n to ^old religious seroics. 
in Portsmouth Square every Saturday wa. defied. 

«♦«♦*.** or *he Irving Street Merchant's 
Bic Rec, Representatives of ne -try* ^ 

A,.ociaUo. appeared a,d r,,u,.Ui i^^i «^' C.^f'"> ««" 
c.n..d.rati.- to »«.i»t Big Bee tH, CKarU. «^.^» B,cr,aU,n 



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Field in viemory 0/ the late preaident 0/ the San 
Francisco Baseball Club^ The matt*r unxe h/fld ouer until 
a later meeting^ 

Conceaaiontu The Secretary was instructed to reply to 
the Finance CoMmittee's, Board of Superoisora, letter of 
Auguet 26, 1946. 

The follo'J)ing lett'^ra aere read and referred to the 
Superintendent for report: 

Frrm hia Honor the Ifayor requesting the Cow.iaaion to 
study the conatruction of a **People'a Folk" along the edge 
9f the bay wat^rra, the Presidio and Bakera ond China Beach. 
Fron i. Kelaon, Builder, suggesting that the Conmiaaion 
consider tHe purchaae of the first 25 feet of a lot located 
on the aoutheaat corner of Persia and Dublin Streets, in 
connection with the developncnt of McLaren Park. 

The following letters mere read and referred f the 

Superintendentt 

Fro^ his Honor the Mayor requesting the Conviiaslon to 
prepare immediately t(» care for and feed all pigeons brought 
to the Park by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to 

Animalo. 

rroM th. 5«(nf Bernard Club 0/ ih, Paot/U Co^st r.,u«t- 

ing p.r, <..«.« t, -.old • P«cn<c in '.olden Jate far» <.» 

Septe-b^r 26 for a party .f ii t. 30 a<iult. a»d ch.Idr.n 

.«, adu«.<»» ««i t^ev .Ml U «ceo«pan«.« ly Un St. Bernari 

dogo* 

Tro* Mr,. UuUe Leonberg.r re,u»t<«(, p.r.«..<o« " 

pUnt a tree in front of her re.iience. 

rro, Tre6 K. /o^-..o» ad.i.ing t^at t^. South Par, Ha, 
,ec,ne . hob. Jungle. ».tH c«r«,n, an, paper. iUt.r.n, the 

entire area* 

rro, George Xr».. re,.eeting t-a. th. ber.he. and .tair, 

in th, »ictn<*y »/ t"' C'o^.ruat^r, be replaced. 



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TroM /*• y* Curry complaining 0/ the garbage diapotal in 
the vicinity •/ Sutro Heights and Point Lebee* 

From Arnold E^Waltfre requetting the removal #/ 
shrubbery and ^ntinga on the north side of Oreenwich Street, 
east of Hyde Street* 

rrom Alice M. Jones, protesting teenage boys fishing 
for carp in thtf North LaXe, Oolden Oate Fark^ 

From B. W^ JT, Marrack complaining of a broken wash bowl 
in the convenience station in the Panhandle* 

From Bill Maclean complaining of the tall grswth of 
shrubs near the foot path along 19th Avenue and calling 
attention to the haaard ts children^ 

The following letters were read and ordered filedt 
From his Honor the Mayor, replying to the Superintendent's 
conmunicatior, of August 30, relative to the cost of matnte- 
nance and repairs to automotive equipment and calling 
attention to his letter of May 21, 1948. 

From Monroe K. J. Chin expressing an interest in taking 
over the Tea Garden and requesting an opportunity ta discuss 

the matter* 

rron m.. Forr*., ?S Colu.Ma Square. proU.Ur., t». 
cna.tio. ./ C.lu-t.a 5,uar, Park and di.appr»ut,, any 
oct«»n to dt.p».« •/ t"' property. 

rr» Ur., C. r. leaver and tke SpHinx Clut ai.ocatU, 
tH. appointment 0/ Ur. Oiroi «• Superintendent. 

rro, t/.. lra.y^t l.^^ury i^.rc^ant. and I.pr,..«nt 
...oc.at..». ad«ocat.n, u» ./ t^. Fala.e of ri» Arte .. 

a recreation center^ 

41 Mf riuic Clubs requesting that 
From the Central Council of Civic 

tj k« h«Jd on the Palace 
tkev be odui.ed ^^en bearing, • uW te hel6 

Of Fine Arts* 

. r^.n^il "or Touth Welfare advocat- 
From the Coordinating Council ..or 

/. *v- O/rJaee of Fine Arts* 
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Jroai th« /olJtwtfty urging that poioer driven boata b» 

ktpt out 0/ i^uatic Park and that the UHxt'frs be uaed for 

roving aotiviiig9t 

Dolphin SwiMning and Boating Club, Jiic* 

California Club of California 

San Franciaco Parl§r No, 49, M^SmG^W^ 

Coordinating Council for Touth Welfare 

National Council of Catholic Women of San Francisco 

The Sphinx Club 

Haight^Aohbury Merchanta and Improvetent Aaa'n, 

FrcM the follo>oing protesting the construction of a 

Pitch and Putt Golf Course in Golden Gate Parkt 

Mr, A, J** Beckley 

Ura» Harriet Rademaker 

Sterling Bunnell Jr, 

San Francisco Buslnesa Men* s Garden Hub 

Pt, Loboa iMprovement Association 

San Francisco Roae Society 

From the following organisations thanking the Comnisaion 
for ita cooperation and asaistancet 

San Francisco Public Library 
Sleventh Church of Christ, Scientist 
San Francisco Horsemen's Association 

Trom Mrs, M* Ifendle thanking the Commission for the new 
benches on the Great Highway, 

Union Square. The Comnission ratified ita v^^rbal action 
granting pernlsalon to the Bay Theater Inc., to establish 
a small card table and chair at each corner of Union Square, 
from September 7 to 14, inclusive, from 11 a.m., to 5 p.m. 
Tleishhacker ri.<.>.>^rir.r Plavfield. Sam Miller^a proposal for 
^^^^'^^^operating the conceaaiona at the Fleishhccker Playfield 
i90f referred fc© the Secretary for study end report. 

McLaren Park. On the recommendation of the Director of 
Property, the Commiaaion approved the purchase of the 
folUwing property in McLaren Parkt 

Lot 10 in Aaaeaaor*s Block 6060 from 
Delphine Allen and Joseph Winant 

Lou 1 and 2 in Aaaesaora Block 6060 
from Pauline Dea Rochea 



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fjfor .y»ygr Jtadtuw, The 5«cretory reported a robbery in tht 

ctfnctftaltn room at JTejrar Stadtua aouetimo between 5t30 p*»«« 
September 4 and 8 a.K,, S«pt*«b«r 5, 2946, »itfi a Jo«« of 
merehandiae valued at j^41«d7« 

Upon notion duly made and seconded, the Secretary loat 
authorised to write off thia merchandise loaa* 

Fleiahhacker fooJ. The Superintendent reported the 
diaappearanoe of $25^00 from the aafe at the rieishhacker 
Pool 9n July ISf at 7:30 p»»i», and aubnitted a report from, 
the Director of Recreational Activitiea to the effect that 
in hia Judgment there waa nothing t« indicate that the 
empl9yeea were in any way reaponaible for the l9aam 

On motion duly made and seconded, the Secretary waa 
authorised to perform the neceaaary acta to have the 
revolving fund reimbursed in the amount of S25m00» 

i»ard of ^ward of Contract , Bia Rec Seating Facilitiea : The 

Contractt 

Big Rec Secretary presented the following bida for the above workt 

Seating 

Tacili- F« !• Peteraon Construction Company $25^,00 



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Arraa Brothera 
AT. 0. Wiaeth 
WellnitM and DeHarde 
far Weat Construction Company 
Adam Arraa and Son 
hademann'^iuato 
Robert I. Wilson 
Ferguson Bros* 
On the nconmendation of the Superintendent and on 
motion duly made and seconded, the following resolution waa 

adoptedt 

RES0LUTI0lfJlV,_J6M 
RES'7l7£Jj unanimously by the Park Commission that a 
contract be awarded to F. L. Peterson Construction Company 
for the construction of seating Jacilities at Big Recr.oiion 



CCgSOO.OC 
27,557.00 
29,304.00 
29,956.00 
30,269.00 
31,4yC,00 
31,697.00 
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1622 * 

Co^. bt and he ia hereby authorised to execute the same in the 

name •/ the Park Co^mitaiBn and that payment there/or in 

the OMBunt 0/ $25,546.00 be paid /ron Appropriatian 

81S.500me4 (Big Rec Seating Facilitiea). 

pensions Ezteneicna o/ Tin^t The following exteneione of time 
af Time: 

were gran ted t 

O'Mara and Stewart Ltdm, - Heating Syatem and New 
Boiler Controls at the Coneervaioj^, Golden Gate Park - 
thirty day 8m 

Associated Engineers - Installation of Irrigation System, 
Unit A'o« 2, Golden Gate Park - ninety days. 

Associated Engineers - Installation of Pumping Plant at 
Lake Merced - six*y days. 

Wellnits and Heh'arde - Murphy Windmill rehabilitatisn - 
sixty days* 

Duncanson^'Earrelson Company - Repairs to Tacht Earbor - 
thirty days. 

Luncanaon^Harrelson Company - Grading, Paving and Driving 
New Files at Tacht Earbor - forty-five days. 

Tnf, of Iransjert of Delincjuent AccountSm On the recnmmendation 

Lelinq. 

iccjta, of the Superintendent, the following delinquent accounts 

were referred to the Bureau of Delinquent Revenue: 

J. £. Kir by $20,00 

Jamea L. King 25.00 

Allen R. Smith 25.00 

': ht Jachi Harbor Moorinij License s _. On the recommenaation of 

' '"bort 

the Director of Recreational Activitiea, the following 

mooring licenaea at Tacht Earbor were approvedt 



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Warren Abbott 
John £% Ilopf%f 
0e9rge N» Weinhola 
X* £« Jenning» 

M. J. BUMM911 

George J^« Xennon 
Falter McOowan 
Clarence «f« Milan 
Cm Bm Preasley 
George T. Whitney 



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resolutions were adopiedt 

RESOLVTIOM N0» 1616 

RESOLVED unanimouely by the Park CoMmiaaion for the beat 
intcreat and proper conduct of the Perk Lepariment the 
Contr9ller be and ia hereby requeeied to approve the follow^ 
ing Work Order at 
W.O. 



NOm DEPARTVEET 



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377 Dept.af Publie Wka. Miac. Attphalt Surfacing $ 150.00 
( Bureau^ tree-t aa required Oolden Qata 

Repaira) Pork * Small Parka S 

Square a and ifiacm Servicea, 
Oct. Nov. A Dec. 1948, 



378 Purchaaing Dipt. 
(Reproduction 
Bureau) 



Blueprinting, Photaatai 85mC0 

Servicea, Etc, Gen.Vivn. 
Oct* Nov* A Dec*194b 



379 S.r.Water Dept. MitC Servicea - Genl.Divn. 75.00 



360 Purchaaing ^ept. 
(Shop No. 1) 

381 Purchaaing Dept. 
(Shop No. 1) 



Miac. Servicea, Automotive 
Repaira, etc. Genl.Divn. 4,171.00 
Oct.No^ <* Dec. 1948 



Blackamiih Servicea 
Automotive Repaira, ^'tc. 
Comrisaary Diviaian 
Oct. No.v dt Dec. 1B4S 



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369 Depi^ of Publto WorkB 
(Fublio Buildinge) 



364 City and County 

Smployeea* Retirement 
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Staiienery and Of/ice $ SOO^OO 

Supplitg m General 

Divigien m 

Oct* Nou^ A D9C9 1946 



Mi$c9 Seruic9»fRepairB 
t9 Equipment, etc* 
General LiuiBien 
Oct* ATou. (ft Dec* 1948 



150*00 



Cempengation Liaability 4,000*00 

Bene/ it » and Medical 

Charges other than for 

S* T* Moapital for eix 

monthe peried ending 

Dec* 91, 1943, 

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RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Comwiiaeion that for the 
beB^ iniereet and proper conduct of the Park Department the 
Controller be and i» hereby requested t4i approve the following 
FATMENTSt 



RAirrrr ifiRRii 

tlirecting Golden G^te Perk Band 'Aug* 194Q* 

COLLECTOR OF INTERNAL REVENU E 
Federal Admission Taxes - August 1946 

ASSOCIATED ENGlJi EERS 

Final Payment - 'installation of a Sanitary 

Sewer Line at the Kesar Stadium 

LOOltIS ARMORED CAR SERVICE INC* 

Armored Car Service for Park revenue units 

for August 1946* 

MAC :abe electric ccmpakt 

Final Payment - Lighting Service and nii>l^c 
Address System - Bandstand, Golden Gatt ParX, 

ASSQCIATI D rNGn 'EERS 

lecond Progress Payment - Installation of a 

Pumping Plant at Lake Merced* 

ASSOCIATED ENGINEERS . ,, w «/> 

Second Progress raijment ' Jj'^j!'\ill^V'j/ p^^. 
Irrigation System - Unit #2, Golden Gate Park* 



treet (Market to Army Street) and at Anparel 
itv (Industrial St* and Barneveld Ave*). 



$2,187,00 

925*97 
633*60 

950,00 

269*00 

6,363*00 

24,667*00 

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* " Murphy Windmill, Golden GaU Park 

TITE LUNCANSOV » HARRKLSON COMfAMT 

rir$t PayMtni - Repaira u Tacht Harbor, San 

/ranciaco* 

WUETTIO A SCROMM 

Final Payment - Laion <* Irrigation Ineiallation 

at Oat House Cooe% 



$C, 976.00 



11,179,35 



1,440,83 



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RESOLUTION MC, ^618 
RES0L7ED unanimously by the Park Cemwiseien that for the 
best interest and proper conduct o/ the Park Department the 
Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the follom^ 
ing ALLOTMENTS : 

APPROPRIATION 

812mllSm03 Holidays • Commissary I^ixtision 

813^00^01 Fixed Charges • General Division 

ai2m500m84 **Big Sec** Seating Facilities 

812»500m88 Zeaar Stadium 



# 800.00 

4,000.00 

25,546.00 

35.00 



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RESOLUTION NO. 16X9 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that for the 
best interest and proper conduct of the Park Department the 
Controller be and is hereby requested to approve the purchase 
9f the folloming equipment: 

GENERAL DIVISION 



147.00 



OFFICE SQVTPUENT (OE 4C2) 
Three Typewriter Tables 

OFFICE MACHINES (OE 412) 

JT) One Monroe Electric 

Calculator - replacement 
•/ 192C adding nac^.ine 

(2) Tw Typewriters - replcice- 
ment 9f 1J25 Royal and 
1928 Underwood 

FIELj ^ -fVICK ES'GISEERIKG E ^UIPirNT (CE 4U) 
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147.00 
755.00 



441. OC 



539.00 



7TJ Cne Leak Detector 
\z) One Drafting Machines 



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,1)0 if^DEN OATE PARK ACTIVATED 3LUDGE 

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250.00 

250.00 

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135.00 



(1) Plant E/flu9ni Metering Device 
{2J Copper Sulfate Dosing Tank 

(3) ImBean dt Boiat /•r Chlorinator 

Room 

(4) Hot Water ffeater 
(s) Laboratory Equipment (Replaoenent) 

M ACNINE SHOP EQUIPlfFIfT (OE 422) 

Ylj One Toledo High Speed Po\3er Pipe 

Threading Machine (Re placement J 734.00 

(2) One Skllaaw Portable Electric 

Orinder 2>d,00 _. 

WATER CRAFT AND EQUIPMENT (OE 452) 
One Boat 

MOTOR LESS VETICLES (OE 454) 

Twelve Wheelbarrows (Replacement 

MOTOR I ZED EQUIPMENT (OE 456) 

4 Dump Trucks • Replacemen* for 1937 
dump trucks, Nom 11, 14, 30, 31. 

WRTICUITURAL EjUIPMESI pE 464) 

(1) Four Toro otorlowi 24'* Pouter 
Mowers. (Replacing lj2? Park 
Special 26*^^F701'J (ciuic Center) 1,210.00 
1'j33 Jacobson 2^" ^M31267 

t Holly Park) 
1^35 Jacobs9n 2?** iC4d07 (Parksiie 

and McCoppin) /,. , . ^ 

1Q35 Park Special Co'* mowr (ia.^h^.%gion 

Square) 



(2) 

(3) 

(4) 

(5) 
(0) 
(7) 

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One Tor. Professi^-^al ^o:.^.**?** 

Special 30" mooe-s, if02^54 i #070t,3 
for Golden Gatr Park. 

One Toro Parklauin nijh Speed 30** 
Fewer Mouoer 

Plvjf. Doser, Mower, Spreader, 
FerAliaer Distributor and Harro^o 

One Heaoy Duty narrow (Replacementj 

One Arien'a Tiller - 26" 

One Set Screu Plates 

Electric Motor for pot washing 
machine at Nursery 



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670.00 

358.00 
50.00 

550.00 
87.00 



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245.00 
10,976.00 

3,920.00 



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\mt ^^ ^^'^y Apparatus for Parke and Squares 

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TOTAL EQUIPVKNT - GENERAL L IV IS ION 



ZOO DIVISION 

MOTORIZED SQUIPUENJ (OE 456) 
One Stake Truck with Dump^ 
(R0plactng 1939 Truck §17) 

AGRICULTURAL A HORTICULTURAL EQUIPI/ENT (OE 4€4) 

Hay Handling Equipnerit 

BLEACHERS FOR SEAL SHOW (OE 494) 
Steel Bleacher Sections^ 

TOTAL EQUIPUElfT - 7.00 €17 IS 10 If 

RECREATIONAL DIVISION 

HOR TIC ULTURAL EQUIPlf "NT (OE 464 

One 5 Unit Golf Course Ifoicer (Replacing 
1936 U9'J}er f^9 for Harding Park 



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$4,900.00 



i 24,010.00 



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882.00 



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i 9f506.00 



2,450.00 



TOTAL EQUIPlfENT - RECRFATIONAL DIVISI'^N j 2,450.00 

BS IT FURTHER RES0L7EL thai the Controller be and i§ 
hereby requested to apprnve the all§tf^ent of funds required 
/•r aboje purchases us follBJfst 
APPROPRIATION 

812»400»01 Equipment - General Dioi9i9n $24,010.00 

812^00m02 Equip^.snt - Zoo Division 9,506.00 

312»40O»O4 Equipment - Rear-itional Dijisiin 2,450.00 



REC'lUTI^N y^. 1620 
RESniVED unanimously by the Park Connisaion thai for 
the beat infreat and proper condwif of the Park Department 
ih9 Controller be and is hereby request-.d to approvt a 
Modification of Contract adding $35.00 to the contract vith 
H. L. Peterson Coiatructlon Company for Preconditioning md 
Additions to Toilets at Kesar Stadium; the aloue $3U>0 
representing the cat of furnishing the necessary labo.r and 
material to paint the plaaier walls encUaing Counter §N, 
not included in the contr^t. 



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RESOLVED unaniMoualy by the Park Commia»ion that the 
Secretary be and is hereby authorised to enter into an 
agreement with the San Francisco Centennial Connittee, Inc., 
retaining the tervicee thereef of eaid corporation to 
pr§uide for and secure appropriate observance o/ the 
Centennial Anniuereariee occurring from October J, 1948, to 
June 30, 1949, and to pay to thr corporation for the 
performance of said services, the actual coat thereof in 
anounta not to exceed the sum placed after each reapectiue 
monthi 



October 

Noofmber 

December 

January 

February 

Miirch 

April 

May 

June 



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1943 
1948 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 



$6,650 
1,710 
1,710 
1,710 
1,710 
1,710 
1,710 
8,590 
S,590 



SESCLUTICN NO^ 1C S3 

RESOLV El unanimously by the Park Conniaaion that the 
Secretary be and. is hereby aufhorised to enier into an 
agreement with Punneti-'PareM and Hutchison, to perform ihe 
following work: 

Engineering servicea in connection with ihe preparation 
of plana and specifications and supervision of the 
rehabilitation of the Municipal Pi^r at Aquatic Park. 

Ccnpensaiion for such services ohall not exceed the 

sum of S7,S0Ct 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Controller be ana is 
hereby requested to approve the allotment of $7,500 from 
Appropriation 312^500^99 (Aquatic Park Pier - Rehabilitation) 
for the above described purpOies* 



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rh» Superintendent reporUd that he had attended m 
metting loith the Chief Admtnietrative Offic^rr oni the 
Controller relative to the etorage, custody and oontrol of 
materials and mipplieB in the Park, a§ eugg.fated in thfi 
Mayor' 9 communication of August 4 and thot both official* 
had offered to cooperate and aaaiet in everi way poeeible^ 

On the recommendation of the Superintencent, Mari* 
Bevtacqua* $ application to lease on areo ot t?ie foot of Hyde 
Street, for a boat repair ahop, waa denied» 

On the recommendation of the Superintendent, -the CoawKa- 
9i9n directed the Secretary to forward a co*munication to 
the Chief of Police requeating additional police to regulate 
traffic and the parking of cara in the park area on daya 
fohen football gamea are acheduled in Keaar StadiuMm 



Meeting There being ns further buaineaa to come before the 

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Playj'ieldg -^aa ^''/'^rred to the Secr'itaru^ Jo r study and 

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<n«fruottii fo o^n^articate loith the Truatem •/ i^s de 
fou.i^ i/uaeuw onJ re^uea-f ii--* ""oy £u6/?:i-fc /or the C#««i««» 
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Mit t«k«i» midtr 9m¥m9$Un^ 

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flight ttinp tkai tH« CoRsittloii 9<vt e9ii«<d«ra«i«ii i« tl^« 
piireHaa* o/ prop«ri|f faa«df«t«ly •d/ae«ni id iH« tiatflui 
liiih tH« fMteiit •/ iiittaat«Jif raxfnp tH* bvfldiiipt and 
prtvfd* oddfiftiiai ro** at Z§Mur Stadium, va« ii«xi 
C0ii«fd«r«d« 

rH# Cemltatoii dir«ot«d ih9 S^erttary to p^r/^vn 
ih« aoi« ii«o««tary io pr«c«*d iBa«d<at«ly mitk tk« fHtf^oai* 
tan tiatod in the Mayr*9 Ititer^ 

foll9V Ball* Mr^ Alan Braaka' 9ugg99ti9n ttet 
v«il«y ball oourta b9 tntiail«d si ifc« boacft Mt rgJteUd 
far lack •/ /luidt* 

r9qu99't -ta barraw mall liV99Uck /ram tha Children* 9 
Plagground, for ont dag, wa9 dtiil#d# 

^ouaiic Pgrk^ Mr. Robert Chalmer9 propooal U 
Uaaa the •»aIJ building ot tho oaat ond of Aquatic Park 
ta oporata a food conce99ion vot doniod* 

flmiMhhacker Plaufiold. Mr. Albert Ro If oonU 
propooal U operate the conoe99ion9 •♦ rioi9hhacker Play* 

field vat reJecUdm 

^ ^Mar Stadium. The 5i«dtii«t t/ Motre J>amoU 
achool^o requeo* for p«mittit» *• ^ii rafflo tick.it 
III rt*tr SUdium ai ik* St. Mary'o-Santa Clara football 
gamog »«# doniedm 

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The /•Hawing Ittttrt itert rtad and r«/«rr«d t« 
tH« 5uptfriiit«iultiiit 

7r«a hi9 Eonor the ifayer odvfafny tfcat h« •fil ii«t 
approve the eupplemenial apprapriaiien far the maintenance 
•/ etreet treee and advieing the minimMm maintenance required 
can be handled bt ifc« preeent ferae ef the Park Department* 

Trom hie Eener the Ma^er tranemitting cemmunieatien 
/rem Jfrt, Warrn 5. Marheg, in»re Aquatie Park. 

Trem tJltf Sxeoutiee Secretary te the Mayer fermard*' 
ing eommunioatien /rem a citiaen in-rt Aquatic Park* 

rrem Mra% M. S.Bigelew complaining o/ the conditien 
a/ *ll# reet rceme ot tfc« Zeelegical Bardene% 

Prom Mre. O.Chinn calling attention U people 
/ceding tht pigeont in Union Squarom 

From tlw Rover Soccer Club, American Athletic 
Club, and the ferdi Club, complaining o/ th« condition e/ 
the eoccer /ield at the Beach Chalet and requeeting that 
polo pcniee be kept /rom ueing the /ield. 

From Murray Stone requeeting the trimming •/ a 

tree in /rent o/ hie home* 

Pram W. Gage calling •tt«nt<0» t» the condition o/ 

th« lily lake in Qolden Oate Park. 

rrcm Mre. S. Pybon complaining e/ children /iehing 

in tli# Chain e/ Lakee. 

prom Deputy City itfmey Bobert McMahen requeeting 

. repart en an accident cau.ed by a /ailing limb .t t.1. 
Children^ Playground and a report on iM P.O. S M. ci.f 
/ar damage te light cable by Park empleyeee. 



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eat<»9 iJI« rt*«rfoii*ii •/ tJU ir»iiat«try Santa JTarfa d« Owi2% 
in Sutr0 M9i$ht9% 

rr%m ih§ CUg and County fttft rat«aii •/ f^aan't 

Cliifra^ odvoeatfiiy iH« r«o«iiftnietlaii •/ tfc« ¥eaaattry 
5aii«a MarU U Owila in 8*tr9 StigkU and 0pp0»ing tk€ 
placing o/ taftf JTanatttry <>> tfaidtn OaU Park* 

ITta tH* artatcr Gtary Boulevard Jftrokanta AdoftUff 
tHai *Hay /aoor tilt placing •/ tfc# SpanltH Jr«na«*«rf Santa 
Jfarta d« Ovila in Sntr* ffatyfctt* 

From D9nml6 W. CUarg, ItgiBlntive Reprtscntatiy, 
r€que»Ung t\at any Itylslotian U bt inirodnctd ♦• *%• 
State Ityltlatart bt turntd taer ta hiu no laUr than 

Daoambtr 13 • 

From Hit ir»n»r the Mayr tran$mttting eomnuntoation 

from Carl Zortum Muggesting the installation •/ a .atltny 

Bhip in tut uieinity •/ Aquatic Faric U be uoed ao a narina 

■llttfiA* 

from th# Sheriff'* MounUd Poeee adoieing that tHey 
cannot acc.pt the offer for tHe rental ./ tHa t,n .tall, at 

the Beach Stableo* 

rram the folUming .rging t^at not.r prepelled 

toata be not allowed to uee tH. •otero at Aquatio farh, 

The central District ^^f ^*;***!J.S^r?likt 
City and County rederation of Women t CJnoo 

Women'a Civio Center j,lub 
fittoria Colonna Clnb 
Columbua Cioie Club 

rroM the folU'ing oppooing the con.tr.*cti.a •/ • 
Fitch and Futt Mf Cour.e in Golden ante /ark, 

Columbua Civio Club 

Wonen'o 100% Club 

ran'^/a:/ii:?/.d.r.ti.a./irt. 

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TittoPta CoJonna Club 
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C§wmi99ion /•r tHtf pr<ffl«9« •/ holding tkt •2«etfoii day 
t«itrnaM«iit •» ingutt M« 

rr9« tht Am^rioan faatn't foimitarif ^trvfotf 
adui9tng •/ tH« openingf •/ tht adult r«or«ati«ii o«nt«P at 
Aquatto Park and calling attentiaii that 896 ?••?!•» over 
fifty yara of agt, ati«ndt<« 

rrom the Chief of Palice aubmitting a repar* on 
the oonditiont a« leMar Stadiwm* 

Iran Mre. Alma levitt euggeating that a plaque he 
plaoed in the Tea aarden at a tribute t» the Hagimara 

family g the former Unanti* 

fxtenaion of Time^ Mre. Dorothy Cravath'e 
requeat for an extenoton of aixty daye on contract tc 
r.ftcrt the muralo at the Mothere' Bouoe, rieiehhaeker 

Flayfield, Mt yra»it#d« 

/^ ^rd of Contractt iDp 7i«.a^tQii of Light %xrinj 

Surface, fou^ ^"«<' ^^«»rta. i lta P^^ fH ^nd Eolly for» . 
The secretary preeenUd t^* folleming bid f.r tW above 

99rki 

Malett « Petereom $2,445.00 

on th# recommendation of tut Superintendent and em 
.otic» duly made and oeconded. the folleming reoolmti.n mam 

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th9 aeryio* charge to ^9 «adt te tack organitati^n uttng 
th9 Aquatie Park Reorgait^u C«iit«r« The SuperinUnd^nt 
■at further dirtoted U rtpcri f tht CeumiMttem ai ••o% 
M09timg tk« •rsfaRt^ationf ntfiiy tkt aboM tiatod pr«al««« 
and tfc« torviotf charge made te taoh oii«« 

The CommtsBien ae a uatUr ef pelieg prohibited 
tht eale •/ intoxicating beveragee by any orpantvatian 
ueing the Aquatic Park Recreation Center9 

Pari^utuel Fundot On Commiooioner Fred Parr*9 
ouggeetion, the Superintendent »a« directed to oxploro 
the poaaibilitieo of obtaining pari-mutuel fundo for the 
development of Park propertieo* 

j>iijd yit goto fort, CoMiitaionor Parr thmotated 
that he would like to propooo tkot a otady bo «ado of tfco 
poooiftiiitioo 0/ having an exhibit of very fine lioeoUck 
on propertieo under the ^uriodiction of the Commiooionf 
that ouch an oxfcibit nipHt be oponoored by one of tho 
miivoroitioo, a» a year-round educational program, not 
only for the youth of thio community, but for all otlUro 
vitMin driving diotance of the city. 

The propooal vao ontkaoiaoticolJy rocoiood by tfco 
otfcor .o.bor. of the Commiooion and the Super inUndent wao 
inotructed to «a»o a otudy and report. 
, 'MUaseo, l,-'^ Purchaoeo. On the recommendation of th. 

Direcur of Property, the Commiooion approved tho p.rcka.o 
•/ the following landi 

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r2tlflUtoelr«r fi«|/i«ld« /ro« Wtll» Fargo Asnk A 
irii<«» Truot Company and Tho Bank of California V*i« 

Jaaht Barbor Mooring Lieonoaot On ifc« roeoumonda* 

tiom of tht Dirteior o/ Booroational Aotivitioo, tkt 

/•Uowinp ■•orfii9 l<e«nt«a at Taoh* Barbor woro approvodt 



M ^S or APFLJCAMT 

T* &• Andoroom 

8mm Branch 

Edmund rorrari 

Al Qorkoakfi 

Lomoll A. Motherland 
Frank Polaprai 
Bdward S. Plani 
Bm X« Robinton 



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rooolutiono woro adopUdi 

orfifiT.nTIOM MO. 1684 
SSSOLfSD unanimouolV ^V **• ^«'*» Commiooion thai 
for tho boot int^root and propor cond.at of tHt ^ar» 
Vopartmont tho Controller bo and io hereby ro.uooUd f 
approve *M tranofer of $078.91 from Appropriation 
BlM.llO^l (Permanent Salario. - General Divioion) t. 
Appropriation 818.119^1 U provide fundo f.r temparary 
employee, required U replace permanent employee. .- Ua.e 
mithaut p.yt 

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/•r i%« fttft UUrfi an4 proper eondue* #/ ih§ Fark 
I>§parim9n'% tk9 Co»«rolI«r b« and la )l«r«ky r«9u«tt«tf u 
appr09§ th9 f9llomiH9 rork Ort«r opalii«« iAt TuflmM 
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10'-^M Jl««l latatt 5«rvio«t aiitf Exp€H$9$ U^r^ 

D€parim*ni i tat (up of City twitd til 
la»df acquit §4 from «Ht 
It tatt t/ Al/r€4 ruhrma; 
dtotattd* 

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MS80LUTI0M MO^ 1090 
RSSOLfSD Mfiaiiiattttly by tht Park Coxufttltii thai 
for -iht bttt interoBt and proper eonduot of tho Park 
Doparimont tht Controllor bo and ft fctrtby roquooUd it 
•pprovo tfct /tlit»iii0 PATMSrrSi 



, g'MARA S STSWABT 

Sooond Progrooo Paynont • Woating Sj/Btou and 
Mom Boiloro and Controit a« iHt Conoorvatory 
Ooldon OaU Park 

r^lrd Progrooo Pajfmtnt - InttaJIatttn t/ 
Irrtyailon 5yttt«, l^nit §9 - (?tldt» (?ott Pai* 



ASSOCIATED SMOIMKERS 
Third Progrooo Pav*o 
Pumping Plmi a* lako Morood. 



Third Progrooo PavaonX - InoXallaXion of a 

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rurniohing and inotalling ooriain Moehanioal 
Equipmont at tfct oowago troaiMont plant 
Ooldon GaU Park 

COLLECTOR or TMTF.RMAL RSfSMUE ^ . ,o^ 

JTtdtrai rax on Aduiooiono fr SopUmbor 1948. 

^^^^^,1.,. af rUUH^cUr Pool ../. 



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f, 841.00 

3,177.00 
1,979.38 

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MS80LTSD UMfiUouaiy by ih§ Park CommU$i9n iha^ 
for ^h§ 6«t'l inUroBi and prapor ••ndvet •/ tht ?arl^ 
P«par-t»«nt tH« ControIJ«r bt and ft H«reby rtfgttttitd it 
apprtot th« /oil ••tup AUtSIMSS^f 
^PFUOPBUTIO M 

$1»*118^01 ffolidaya - Gtnaral DUiaiaa 

eiS'llB^Oi Halida$$ - Zoo Divioion 

SlS'llS^OS Bolidafio • tffMitatory Divfttan 

ai^*lI9-04 folidaya - Roeroaiional Dioioion 



B18^14»01 Maiatonanoo A Bopair • Structarot 
Moourfaoing Tonnio Courto 

B12'^50m03 /eadatu/Za - Commiooary dUioioa 

aiS'^OO'^Ol TUUhhaokor Play/iold land 

919-^00m04 faoHt Barbor Land 



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RESOLUTIOM MO. 1683 

MSSOLfSD that all non^civil oorvico appotntment; 
iaaporory appoinfmento and r««a»als «oda by tlia Suportn^ 
tondont of ParkB for tho montho of May through SepUmber, 
1946, b€ and tH« ao«a are hereby approvodj and 

BS IT FUBTBEB RSSOLfSD, that a report of oaid 
appointments and r ^.oaU bo transmitted to tho Contrcllor 
and tho Civil Service Commiooion. 

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RSS QT.rrrioM MO ^ 1689 

MKSOLfED unanimouoly by the Park Commiooion that 
til. Secretary be and io hereby authorised to aracuta tHa 
ayrea«ant «ida and entered into between the California 
centennial Commiooion and the Park Commiooion, City and 
County of San Franc ioco. 

I, Gerald J. Linareo, hereby certify that I am 



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ih9 duly appolnttd and aotfiig flter#t«r|f o/ tk« 'arit 
C9Mi<0at«» •/ th9 City and County •/ San Franciacof that iHt 
rnbov i$ • trii«, /Mil and correct 9opy of • too^Juttoa 
adopUi 6y ««id Comiiotioii at • •totfny hold en Cotobot* 
W, 1940/ and tliat taid XoaoJution Kat not botn rooefndodo 



jif olnttan Mo» le30 

BSSOLfSD vnantaoufly by tfco Park Comtoafan that 
/tr tho boit <nter«tt and propor conduct •/ the F*rk 
Dtpartmont tJlo Controller be and it bereby re^ueited ta 

apprepe tbe /ollo»tncra«r OBDKRSt 



385 Real Sotate Dept. S.rvUooand Sxpen.oo ro, $75.00 

ac^ttieition of rlei»n« 
Play/ield Porcel #14 

386 Bool f tate Pept. ^'^^\'\l,ll\y^:y^\' '*' "''•'^ 

Harbor Land Parcel t #1C 
from BaUo Jitote Co«pony 
and Paci/ic ffot and flectric 
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RESOLTED unanimouoly by the Farh CommtooUn 
tbat the 5ecr.tary ^e and i. Hereby a-tHori.ed t. execnte 
the ayree-ent .itb LEOMABD MOSUS. ArchiUot. to per/om 

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e*n»ul*t»g eapocitit. 
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•Mot d«aertb«tf pitrptttt* 

fHt C»Mi<t«i«ii KMniBOKtiy a««nd«d iU » limit • t/ 
in^iitt M« 194a« it InoJwIt tMt /tlitvUff rtttliititiit 

U801UTJ0M MO^ 1633 

WBMBSA8, th9 ftord t/ rmtittt t/ tfct C«If/tn»l« 
loadtnv t/ tfoituct fcaa «odt applieaiUn /•r e^rUin Jandt 
U b€ Itt dlMir* in Otldtn flatt ?ork /tr etriafn tofrttt- 
Zfiu U bt ctiittnicttd ihtrow by At <7aJI/tr»U icadtijr 
•/ tfoitnot •nd ha$ filH miih tht P*rk CMmU^fn a pl0t 

Ktok wid piaii%tii rtMi»t t» fiU i» tfct t/Zlot t/ Ut 

?arl^ C«Miltt<tii« and 

WESSUS^ told CoJIA'*»*« ie«»»»» •/ ^^*!'*?i ^* 
.♦k«l tilt allt<«t»t t/ ctrta<» P^nitlJ/Ztl^ltiptJJ*" 

l/rlco« Foil o»d /tr tlit prtvtttd ¥trrtttj t*1! !^ S. 

and Vtttttrt and /or tfct proptatd fall t/ ^•♦'^•"•■J* -^. 
SnitSilotlf >no.n at tMt nt. Fall t/ Soitnct, •^ fj 

ar« all ad^aotnt U tfct prettnt 5<«pttn i/rtoan aai^» 
and 

rffrani^ tht Park Cowiittion i» of *^ •P*;**" 
tfcai il»t allttatni t/ Jji* JJ^**;;*.;*? %rtK liH -tt 

^;;^^:^tn:.H-tTt-r.tT::^ r^^^^^ 
sr5r/.:;::<i:o^ind%r;Ht-&^^^^^^ - •/ 

•aid atldtn <?ott ^ar», and 

nrmi5, tht pit^t /tr tfct P^Pi'^^.J^Jiii*** 

#/ San FranciBCo, 

M^m >rmrBrTQRE BS IT RESOLVED that tfct Park 
gOW, rW*^'^*^* f*/; .^ Call/trnU icadtay 
CtMtttftn d.0» '^•'••^l! •"•Ju^i •/ prlptrty tkt.n tn 
•/ flcttnctt *fct '•••P*<'**^' ?i!S la /•> iht purp9B0» 

l^roUbofro tti /^^^J* *. JiJ prtptriy ntt to he 
Academy of Scienoee to "«••;• Snattotltr, and any 

•••ipnlMt «*-•'• •;j//SaitiJ»t^ •0.* i*" '*•'•<•: 

•t:ra^rt.*;nrtrtJ-«" p-^'^*- '^-^-^•^•^ ••* 
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^rait«f«ii t« »•• tl^« ilfMite ?«rk A«er«ati*ii Ctwttfr h«4 
h99m W0rk04 •»« Mtta/ttottrtly «• aII ^rtUt c»Ke«r»«4* 

nuit • 9tudff ••• fttfllff Md* OK th9 pr0poM94 

99n9truetU* •/ • ''^••pU** Walk" m4 ttai « r^p^rt mould 

^• /•r^HcoaUff «t • laUr ■•rttiip* 

rfcat *• favrod tk» f»rcH««« •/ • lot adjaoont 
to ^claroii Park, on tko aovtUaat eomtr 0/ PoroU «»* 
PHI)! ill 5troot«« •• oupyootod <>» JTr. i. Voloon, Builder. 

Tht SuperinUndtnt »ao UotrikJtod to dtteiioo 
t)U mottor witfc tHo r<roctor 0/ Proportf ond perform, 
whaUvor octo Biylkt bo iiocoooorir to p»rch«oo ooid loto. 
Th9 SuptrinUndtut imo outfcortaod to coll /or 

Mdo o» tM /ollo»«»ip pr^pcUt 

ro*or 5tadliim, JlolUibtlitotloii, 5oco»d Unit 
Xo»«r Stadiw, Iwotallotio* of light9 



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A rtfpttlar •••tiny of tHt Mrk C»Mit««lo» vat h9l4 at 
^olartii X«d0«, 0«ld«n Oatt Park, 5«n ffoiio<f«0« •» rtd»t«day, 
Oet*6«r ^t i94«, oi 4 p.m. 

The /9ll9mimg CeumUtionef wf prettntt 

Mr. Barvy E* filer ^ FreBideni 
Mr. PeUr Be rout 
Mr. Wm. M. Ceffmem 

Mr. Wugh Gallagher 

Abeentf Mr. Fred D. Parr 



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The minutes of the meeting held October W, 1946, leere 
approved and adopted • 

?ac</le (7a«.rii.» CompviV •««' «»« Caltfnlt CaUrtHg Company 
f,r 1*e (ip.rat«oi. »/ «. c«no«..«.»« •♦ «*• TUUhhacktT 
riawfUli r^r, .rd.r.d 1.M «» .btifWie. p.ndl»s /urtfc.r .t.<Hr. 

£j, Hr«..» Card.. ir..9r«6J. »»»r». Clkrl.topher'., 
3«p«rt.i.er. r.,u«.i mi t». C.~«..i.» «.».«d.r «..«t»e 
curt.., prt»U.e.. t. t*. 9>lf "ur... t. ...b.r. ./ t». 
rod*. I»d».tr». .. *». .". »••*• " *"• "'••'•'»"•" »•" 
enjoy, «a. P«i .«'r t. tKe ««t.n» •/ "■'«»•' "• -" *"- 
i,ir.ct.r o: «.er.at*.».l AcUvitX,* «. d*r..*.d t. .ub.if 
a H.t »/ tli» esurte.K card. ».■ <..»»d. 
. ., R,o, Big ii.c. Sun..* f..* "• *00. i-.rtc.n l.,..»'. 

o^^er *. contn^ui. . pi.^" c.-.«rat«»« t». d.d.e.ti.n ./ 

B«« «.. «i.ae».r "-orUl t. ».rW r.r I and II 

r.t.raM. .- t. pr.»«d. . pr.»ra. /.r th. dedUati.n 

•erufctf* »c« accepted. 

j^jj^^Un,!^. J-^ovaH'e Witnee.ee re.ee.t t. u.e 

Mio.ion Parh .n Sunday., ^ooember 14. 21. and 26. ^.i-e.. 
2r30 and 3,30. for open air bible lecture.. ^. yranted. 

<n.*ructed t reque.t an opinion from th» 
The Secretary »o» in.tructea i a h 

w ^h-f. «r not the Commit.ion ha. tfc« 
C<iy Attorney a. to whether or not xn 



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auikTitif U d0ny tH« utt o/ pu6ito addre9§ ayUuB in puftJfe 
parirt and tfiiartt* 

goJdtn gpf forl^ atadium^ Tk* 8an rranoi9e9 Maval 
Shipyard, FoBi A. 737, THt American Ltgi9n*9 requBBi /»r 
p«nii««foii to hold a aedtJ plcn* •••« •!• •!!• o/ tft* 
follaming date* at iHt 0«ldtn Oate Park Stadium, maa rt/Brrtd 
ta thB SupcrinUndBn't f§r rcpcrtt 

May 30, Junt 5, Br Juhb 18, 1$4$ 
Balboa Parkm THb San Migutl ImprovtmBnt itaociattan't 
rcquBBt far pBt^iBBiBn to troct a tMltar ad^a««nt t» Salhaa 
Park, oppBBitB Tara Straet, waB denied* 
gyg,forfc| GBlden Gate Parkm Mre* RBbert iBddie^B requeet for 

permioBion to Bell homemade Bandwiohee in Golden Oate Park 
»aB denied* 

rieJBhhaeker Pool* The Spmorth Methodiot Churoh'B 
requBot that the rieiehhackBr Swimming Pool be kept open 
throughout the year woa denied for lack of fundB% 

Suneet Boulevard, The property ownera* requeot that 
tfct large cedar and pine treee on Suneet Boulevard, between 
Irving and Judah StreetB, be thinned and pruned, wae denied 
and referred to the Superintendent for reply. 

rieishhacker Play field. The Secretary vat inBtructed 
f adviee Don Salio that the Commiseion would entertain a 
written propoBal for the operation of the conceBaionB at the 

rieiahhacker Play field* 

gtreet Treee. The Secretary wae inatructed ta reply 
U tM Clerk of the Board of Superviaora, relative t« the 

mainUnance of atreet treea* 

Jnrht B arbor. The cammunicatian from Mr* Harry S. 
Young, preaenting a aituation at Tacht Warbar, waa referred 
U the Director of Recreational Activitiea, for reply. 



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•/ th» P99t Offio§ Building wt appr§v§4 and rtfarrad f 
t%a Sup^rinfnd^nt of Parka with full pevtr ta aei* 

Tha follaming lattara vara raad aii4 rofarrad ta the 
Suparintandantt 

Fram Miraloma Park Xmprovanant Club calling attantian 
ta tha dabrit around tht top of Mtm Davidaan and requesting 
iJkai garbage oana ba placed therean* 

rrem Mr». J". T, fatty ouggeeting thot tHt reeordo of 
ih« me rryga around ot the rieiehhaoker Plajifield be changed. 

The fallowing lettera were read and ordered filedt 

From the following ouggeeting that *he Hagiwara 
family be allawed U operate the Oriental Tea Garden in Qolden 

Oata Parkt 

Mr. and Mre. Miller, Mro. Victoria Bell, Mr. and 
Mra% J» f.Woedhouee 

From the following proteeting tM proposed pitch and 
putt golf couree in Golden Oate Parkt 

Miee Cornelia C. Pringle, Lottie B. ^^'J^J*. ,^^<*'' 
Eastwood, California Spring BloseoM ^'J^^'T^^^ . .^ 
Flower Association, California EisUrical Society, 
and Lillian fan forst 
Fram the Vittoria Colonna Club suggesting that tennis 

courts be restored at the Palace of Fine Arts. 

From the Democratic Women's Forum of San Francisco 

favoring the site of Sutro Heights for the Monastery Santa 

Maria de Ovilam 

copy 0/ cc-...«catt.» A- "«• "»"'" *"' '""'•'" ** 

property .urr.».d<»S M, Merced ^. .«« ..«d. /.r par* 
purpo.,. ««. tr.-./.rr.d t. t». >ri.dUti.» of tA. PaH 

Commission. 

rron tooU r. SuppU, Pro.roM Director, C,Ju.^«. Doy 

CitU.«, C0.-itt... t-«.nH», th. Co.ni..ion for U. 
cooporaUon *- «« ColuMtu. J>oy CeUtroUon. 




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mi$§ion on fA* Manner o/ operating Aquatic Ptrk^ 

rr»m t^e Stanford Vntu§reiiy 5oH««l •/ Jr«d<ein« 
thanking the CommiBBion /or the prtvil§gg •/ visiting the 
ffoldtn Gate Park activated tladge plant* 

From the Community Cheat Campaign Chairman thanking 
th$ Commiaaion /%r ita aaaiatance^ 

Reaolutian from the Board of Supervisor a recommend^ 
ing that the Commiaaion consider naming the rifle range, t« 
be erected, the "Lauia Landreville Rifle Range**, in memory af 
the late Louia Landreville* 

Sxtenaiona gxtenaiona of Time^ The follatoing extenaiona of time 

of T imei 

were grantedt 

Duncanaon-Harrelaon Company - Grading, Paving and Driving 
new pilea at Tacht ffarbor - Sixty Days. 
O^Mara and Stewart Ltd. - Beating Syatem and Mew Boiler 
Controla at the Conaervatory - Oolden Gate Park - Sixty Daya* 
rerguaon Bros., Installation of an 8" pipe line at Murphy 
Windmill - thirty days. 

Award of Award of Contract - Drainage Corm ction_andJSJector 

Contract t J^umpa, Oolden Gate Park^ 

The Secretary presented the following bida for the 

above workt 



Minton and Zuban 
rerguaon Braa* 
Arthur Wallgren 



LUMP SUM 
$21,500.00 

29,846.00 

32,652.00 



\L TERNi 
(a~) $9,489.00 
(b) 11,'^15.00 
(a} 10,686.00 
{b) 12,596.00 
(a) 10,190.00 
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m.*Un duly made and seconded, the following resolution »a. 

adopted I 

t>r<:ni.nTTOM MO^ 1637 

RSSOLfSD unanimoualy by the Park Commiaaion that • 
Chirac* ba awarded to Linton and Kubon. , f.^ the drainape 
crrection and ejector p^pa. Oolden GaU Park, San Franc iac. 






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tiono mora adoptodt 

lESOLUTIOt MO. 1634 
RSSOLTSD unanimouMly by tHe Park Commiooion that for 
tho boot <»*crt»t and proptr conduct of ike Park Dopartmont 
the Controllor bo and io horoby requootod t© appr«»e tht 
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RALPH MUBRAT 

Dtrocting Oolden Gat9 Park Band 

September 1948* 

LOOMIS ARMORED CAR SKBYigE. IVC^ 
Armored Car Seroice • September 194S» 

OSORGE r^ BRATER _ ^ 

nrot himent i InstaUation of •/»"<•«»•{ ^- 
JJectricSl Service bi^een Fl^^l^Hl^'/J'*^ 
pimping Plant and rieiohhacker Bathhouoe. 



$ 918.05 

350*00 
a, 596.00 



rmr All of tfc# ormr*oteS new work in the r#iiao- 
iVi^Uo:\fl.l^r Stadium ••-*- -^J;/-* 
t« oupervioe the cen'iruction of J»J work 
oxoouted from the piano and with iHt monieo 
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assOLYMD unanimously by tfc« Park CommiBsUn that fr 
«ht b9%t tiit«r««« and proper eonduoi •/ t%« ?or» D«par«i«nt 
t}i» Controller bo and to horoby requoottd i» appro oo tho 
trano/or of $570.00 from Appropriation filf-JJO-dl (Pormanont 
Salarioo • Oonoral Divioiom) t« Appropriation ai*-JJ9-0I 
tt provido /undo for tomporary ouployooo roquirod U roplaoo 
permanont omployooo on loavo without payt 
Soquoot for Corti/ication U Tomporary Pooition a« followot 

txtonoion of Tomporary Smplo^onto - T 1041 

/•r 058 Oardoner vioo» tarry Myero on 

oiot loavo without pay Octobor 20, 1946 

through January 25, 1949* $570*00 



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RESOLUTIOK ATO, 1636 

WHEREAS, tH« Honorablo Hugh Oallaghor hao oorvod 
a« a mombor of tho Park Commiooion •/ th« City and County 
•/ San FranoiBCO oinco tho inception of tho adminiotration 
of Mayor Elmor I. Robinoon, and 

WHEREAS, Commiooioner Oallaghor hao been faithful 
in attendance, forward 'looking in hlo planning, conotructioe 
in hio decioiono, cooperative in all hio actiono, and 
unoelfioh in hio douotion to the boot intereoto of San 

Franc iooo, and 

WHEREAS, Commiooioner Gallagher io ooon t» leave 
San FranciBGO t» at«»a« new dutieo in Waohington, DtC», far 
the Matoon Vavigation Company and therefore will be compelled 
ta reoign from t*# Commiooion, 

tow, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that t^t Park Com^ 
miooion of the City and County of San Francioco hereby expreooea 
ita deep regret in tht Iooo of the fellowohip and oound 
comnoel of Commiooioner Gallagher, and 

BS IT FURTHER RESOITED that a copy of thio reoolution 
be opread on the minuteo of thio meeting, and that copiea 



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■"^d »/ ^'^^ i^otaon Kavinaiion Compan}/, and to Mr» and Mra^ 
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Th€ CoMn^ittion unanimously agr^td to rttain the name 
"Big Ii9C** for the baseball field in the vicinity of Seventh 
Avenue and Lincoln Way, and on notion duly made by Commie' 
eioner Coffman and seconded by Commissioner Bercut, the 
following resolutions were adopted! 
BSSOLUTIOK «P ^ X§33 
WHERKASg The Park Comwiission has received several 
communications recommending that a suitable memorial be 
established in Golden Gate Park in memory of Charles B. 
Graham, civic and baseball leader of this community, and 

WHEREAS, Charles ff» Graham was associated with 
professional baseball in San Francisco for many years during 
which time he contrituted immeasuratly U the development 
of amateur baseball in this city, and 

WHEREAS, The Park Commission recoyni^ee the contri- 
bution to the welfare of youth made by Charles F. Graham 

during his lifetime, 

MOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Park Co««i- 
sion does hereby designate the u^.si diamond at Big Rec, in 
Ccldon Gate Park, the ^Charles H. Graham Diamond'*, in honor 
and memory of tH. leadership and acf.Wue-.nt. of the late 
Charles H. OrahoMm 



^^ WBEREAS. Ja»e, J. *«J.» '»* »— " " *"' ^'"'"' '^ 

.. 17 nnd gaoeciallv those who played 
all who played baseball, and eapeciai y 

J *- tun Rmc in Golcen Gate Park, 
in the city playgrounds and in Big Rec 

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WHEREAS, Jame§ /» Kealon, through hit unttriup 
tfforU gained ih9 ••t««« and r«tp«ct •/ DaaeDall •nthuaiastt, 

youny and oldg 

KOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLfED, Tht Park CommitBion 
recogniMtB the contribution mado U th« youth of San FranciBco 
ty JamoB J. Healon and dooB horoby dedicate ih. ta.t diamond 
«t Big R^c, Ooldon Gate Park, to hio memory and doBignatoB 
,t from thi. day forth, aB th. Va.e. /. ^^alon Diamond^ 



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adopted Septe«6.r 2«, 194^, *« "o" " /»"»'"' 

f,p,«T iiTTnu yO|. 1621 
SKOXm u™on*..u.l» ty t*. Par* Co.-l,.».« «.i th. 
S.cretary ^. and i. ^er.I,y .uth.ri«.i t. .nt,r into .n 
a,r.«.nt .it^ tHe San rr»c*.c. C.nt.nn.ai C.«..«... Inc.. 
.,t„n«ny t.e ..r..c.. tH-../ a/ .a.^ corp.ratton i. 
prouid. /or and ..car. .ppropr.at. .^..^..nc. ./ t*. ^ 
Cent.nn.al inn.uer.ar.e. occurMn, /ro. X-u.-^- X. 19*B. 
U Jun, SO, i.«. on. to p.. to tH. corporation /or t-o 
p..,or.ano. o, >.U «r„.c... t- actual co.t t^.r../ . 
11. not to .«..- t.c .. P..c.a a.t.r .ac^ r.p.ct.. 

montht 



Ifovember 

December 

January 

february 

March 

April 

May 

June 



1948 
1946 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 



$6,560 
1,710 
1,710 
1,710 
1,710 
1,710 
2,590 
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. . nA.nt reported on th« foUoM^^ngt 
Thm Superintendent repoi 

-,*finc with the New MiBBion 
That he waB arranging a meeting 

t ABBCciation to diocuBB the improvement. 
Terrace Improvement AoBOCia 

suggeeted /or Balboa Park. 



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That Ht had mti with the repr§§9ntati99$ %f \h9 
Sun$9t HtightB Inproveuent ^MBociattem, relative i« the 
imprvvementa f Sun§9t Sfight§9 

That he had net with repreaentativee of the San 
Francieeo Rifle Aeteciatien and had dieouaeed the plan for 
laeating ih« propceed rifle range in Sharp Park and that 
a further report would be forthconingm 

That he would have a further report, at a eubeequent 
meeting, en the propoeed animal exhibit and on tH« 
poBBibilitiet 9f eecuring pari^utuel funde for the develop^ 
ment of park propertiee^ 

That a preliminary etudy had been made of the 
propoeed ^People* e Walk**, aa auggeated by Ma Honor the 
Mayor, and that he would forsard aaid report te the Mayor* 

The Superintendent waa authoriaed to call for bids 

on the follovingt 

Inatallation of acum rail at rieiahhacker Pool* 
Surface Sidewalka around S. F, Zoological Gardenem 
Inatallation of iron folding gatea at leaar Pavilion. 

Srection of Gateway at Eighth Avenue and Fulton Street 
entrance to Golden Gate Park, 

The Superintendent ms authorised f requeat the 
City Architect to prepare plana and specif icationa covering 
repairs f the Aquatic Park Building. 

On the recommendation of the Superintendent, the 
Commiaaion approved keeping the Aquatic Park Building opened 
on Wedneaday and Friday eveninga until lOtSO p.m. 



Meeting There being no further buainesa to come bef.re the 

^-—iUmiaaion, the meeting adjourned at 5:40 p.m. 




^^Tfald J. Lili^ree/ Secretary 




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K9vemb»r 10, 1948 

A regular meeting of the Park Co«»i»«Ion ioo« held 
Wednesday, Novenber 10, 1943, at 4 p.m., in UcLaren L§4ge, 
Oolden Gate Park, San Francisco. 

The foll9wing Commissioners were presentt 

Messrs. ffarvey E. Teller, President 
Peter Bercui 
Wm. M, Coffaan 
Fred D. Parr 

Abaentt ^ug/* Gallagher 

The minutes of the ParH Commission meeting held on 
October 27, were approved and adopted. 

C^urUS]LS?rdSj. Honorable George Christopher's, 
Supervisor, request that the Cominission consider issuing 
courtesy privileges to the golf courses to nembers of the 
radio industry, on ih. same basis as the ne.spaper..en no. 
enjoy, was put over to a later meeiing io enable the 
commission to st.^y the report submitted by the Director 

Of Recreational Actioiiies. 

OoliSJL02le_FariM^^luf, TH, San Tr.ncUco .Vaual 
aMWard ^-"t >.o. 737. TH, X.er.can U,U.U. .ppUcatUn for 
p,rr.U.Un U ^oU a -.del pI.-. ...t ." ^-« ^. -* *"' 
0.l,en 0.U r.r* .ta-.u.. »<.. .ranted. It .a. unC.r.t... 
an. a.r»d t^.t *. .-.., ./ *M. per.., SU n.t « = ta.Ma. 
.pr.ced,nt/.rtU. actU..tyto.,n*<nu. -acH.ear. 

"" . r*llitU». City and ."ount^ ./ £■". Tanclac, 

,Pp..r.d.ndpr.»ni.dan.ppHcat.on/.r..-.i.a*»nt, 

........ a :o,p and con.er....»a.tW.U..»n.,r... 

., Hn. ./ tM .'-.Cpal «aa.a, U .,:d.n .at. ra-., ,n 

,; t at r.nt. ^..-u.. m .....r. 0/ t^* C»».< = .ion 
Tulton Street at ienxr\ 

dade.ir. to „,..t tV :.cat,,n on. t^. -atter ^. 
expressed a aesire 
put over until a Uier ineeting. 



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Covml89ion*a application for permisMion to use the Palace of 
fine Arf for the installation of exhibits, from November 22 

U December 15, was granted. 

R^ach Chalet. Ur. BenlJmin F. Steacy'a Inquiry relative 
to the leasing of the Beach Chalet for a restaurant, was 
referred to the Secretary fr reply. 

gtuic Center. On the recommendation of the Superim^ 
undent, the Commission approved the San Francisco Society 
f.r the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals' suggestion that 
appropriate signs, naming people not to feed the pigeons, 
te erected in Civic CenUr for the period from November 15 
tf January 31 • 

t^, fi.n rranci.c. La6or Council. re,u..Un, t.. Con.i..Un 
t. rea//tr. U> P*Uc, »/ »-.*uctin« par*, -it^-t char*.. 

, V . „♦ +h« Z(J3 and furfier requeaitng 
,pecificallv antMcl 5M»« at th. Zoo J 

tH, Co..is.ior, U r.a//.r. It, p.i.cy 0/ .perat.n. .at,,, 
„ta.I<,H.-t. H tH. Par. ^.Pa^i--. -' P«* ""^ ""*" 
a lat^r meeting. 

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Superintendentt 

J *».* ^ i>n.^ral location 

. rr..e in Gulden iaU Par* a. th. Jocatio.n /or 

,t .7 tH. ifat... 5o«, of tV sold.- f..t and r.,a«t. 
fie monutient »/ ^'** "" 

.„, , ,l.t pian /,r . . a ,.,,.. ..n.t.,. 

and further submitting cost oj 

r ter f. ^il^ -^^^'^^ attention/the haeard . ro. 
Tram Foster '• '»^» 

. , 4h» children's area m x ne 
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changed by a counter attendant at the Fleishhacker Playfield. 

From Deputy City Attorney Robert licUah.n requesting a 
report on an alleged personal injury to l^argaret J. 
Cavanaugh sustained sn August 1, at 1 p.m., while walking 
through the band ooncourse. 

The following letters were read and ordered filedt 

From hie ffon§r the Mayor transmitting communication 
from the Pacific Coast Women's Press Association, protesting 
the construction of a pitch and putt golf course in Golden 
Gate Park* 

From the Sphinx Club suggesting that the lionastery 
Santa Uaria do Ovila be placed in Sutro Heights* 

From a group of tennis enthusiasts suggesting that the 
tennis courts be restored in the Palaoe of Fine Arts. 

From the Controller*8 office advising of claim filid 
in the amouni, of $5,000 for injury to a child playing in 
the playgrounds. Golden Gate Park, lohen a branch of a tree 
broke and fell. 

From the Sacramento Stat^^ College complimenting Mr. 
Ted Bobbins, golf professional at Harding Park Golf Cours's, 
for his work in connection with classes to s*udentSt 

Lake Merced Pumj:ing Plcni. The Associated Engineers' 
application for an extension of forty 'five days om contract 
for the installation of a pumping plant at Lake Merced loas 

granted. 

San Francisco Zool o gical Gardens. On Commissioner 
Parr's suggestion that a thorough study be made on ihe manner 
in which the Stm Louis Zoo presents its animal shows, with 
the thought in mind of perhaps having a similar activity at 
the San Francisco Zoological Gardens, the Superintendent was 
instructed to study and prepare a plan for the Commission's 
consideration at some future date. 





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rine Art at 

thai eutry mtana poasible ahould be exhauated ta obtain 

pari'muiual funda for the rehabilitaiion •/ the Palace of 

fine Aria, and on Commiaaioner Coffman*a auggeeiion that the 

Dovn Town Aa$ociation*a aaaiatance be encouraged ta accompliah 

thia end, the Superintendent waa instructed to »«ft with 

CommiaBionera Coffman and Parr at aome future date ta work 

out a eatiafactory program^ 

lacht Harbor Mooring Licenaea* The following appli- 

cationa fnr Tacht Harbor Mooring Licentea were approved on 

the recownendation of the Director of Recreational Actiuitieat 



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(George Chew^ 
William Ellery 
Arch Monaon Jr^ 
Janea A» Helaan 



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reaolutiona were adoptedt 

RESOLUTION K0» 16 40 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Cow^ipaion that for the 
beat interest and proper conduct of the Park Deportment 
the Controller be and is hereby requeated to approve the 

following paymentsi 

$12,162.60 






WELLNITZ A DENARDJ 

Third Progress Paip.ent - Rehabilitation 

af Murphy Windmill • Golden Cate Park 

GEORGE F f BRA T^R „ ^ 

Final Payn^ent - Inffailatt.no/ iJ^fy/y.. 
Electrical Service between yieishhacker Pool 
Pumping Plant and Fleiahhacker Bathhouse 

nALTfORNIA PAC IFIC T ITLE. JNSJRAKCJLS^ • 

Purchcae of Property /^/,/<'^^''Vl/j/J'% .50.00 
Lot 10 - Block 6060 - Allen & Winant 3,250*G0 
Lata 1 and 2 " 6060 - Dea Rochea 5,250.0C 

LQOMIE ARl'CRE P _C ^LUMJ^I^-^^^ ^ 
Armored Car Service - October 1^46 



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Dtrecti VgOolden Gate Park Band - 0ct.l94d. 



350.00 
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Firat Pro great' Po v«i en t - Seating rncilitiea at 
Big Recreation Field, Golden Gate Park^ 

CTCLOME FENCE DIVISION 

Installation o/ Chain Link Fencing at the 

San Franciaco Zoological Gardena* 

RALPH Cm MacARTHUR 

1948'1949 Taxes on Sharp Park lands* 

COLLECTOR OF XNTFRNAL REVENVI 

Federal Tax on Admissions • October 194B 



$4,590,00 

1,847,65 

703,62 
359,20 



RESOLUTION NO, 1641 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Cammiasion that far 
the beat intereat and proper conduct af the Park Depariment 
the Controller be and ia hereby requested to approve the 
following Orders for Servioe or Workt 



CRLER FOB 
SERVICE 
OR WORK 



VENDOR 



DESCBIPTIOM 



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65 Ph%enix Simpton Co, Replacement of Sideioalk 

Lights, Aquatic Park 
Pavilisn 

66 California Pacific Fee for title insurance 
Title Insurance Co, p»licy let 10 - Bl»c* 

6060 • Allen de Winant 



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REEOLUTICN NO, 1642 
RESOLVED unanincusly by the Park Commission that for 
the beat interest and proper conduct of the Park Department 
the Controller be and is hereby requeaied to apprave the 
following AllBtnentat 
^ppropr<at<»g 

eiS.103.04.2 wage,, T.-p.r.r; - lYJ.'AT'"' i2,7t<,,00 

B1S-S0C.03 Co-tractual Service. ^.^C.«'^i>sarv ^^^^^^ 

RESOLUTIOH IIOt_1643 
RESOLTED unont.ou.ll, by the Park Cow^U.to" t^«« /»r 
tHe l..t Mere.i and proper conduct a/ tHe Far* DepartMent 
the Controller he and (, hereby re,,ue.iei to approve the 



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required to rtplcc* permanent employees on leave without payt 

rr^m Appropriation dl2'110-01 to Appropriation 

815.1IS.0J ^ ^ ^^''''•^' 

i?eoueai /(ir Certi/icatton to Tenporary 
Position ^'1046 for 056 Gardener Smploymeni 
requested vicei Clarence Shaw on i'<i»^c^*^"J^ 
Leave November 5, 1946 to February 20, 1949. 

From Appropriation 812^110^04 t9 Appropriation ^^^^^^ 

RllZlit'ftr Certification to Temporary Position 
m04l for 058 Gardener employment requested 
Vice: Charles Porter on sioX leave without pay 
for month ending December 31, 1S46. 



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.x«ut. an a,r..,.nt /or and U 6.>..I/ »/ «. Pur» C..-i.,i.., 
.{« Pr.nti., 7r..c^, Architect, 17? ?•'* -•"■«*' ^^'' 
Francisco, -ali/araia, j or projeasiona 
c, foll9-oiny vjorlct 

Prepare a compUte ..eUr plan cooer.n, the future 
deoelo^^nt of t.. Selene S.rybin, .rbor.tum and Botanical 
...aena. S.U .as.r pUn to sho. t.e lo.uti.ns for .arious 

plan^^ ^r^ups. t^. U.n areas, .he roa.s an. paths, proposed 

buildiiff aitea, on.i oth.T alpnt, ic 

.»4 In addition ther0U and in 
layout of the Arbor^tuMi; and in addtt 

,., ,, -r-ar. an atrial xop 0/ the proposed 
connection therewith, U ^r.^ate 

site ind d*u«l»P*''i*- 

. .« ror such services n.f to exceed the au«. ./ 

jr j-r. fOT7£« HKrf^Il'^ that i^.e ^ • • rr . 

' . Ito arp^ovr ih. allocation of fl.^^C.^ from 

hereby requested to afP 

. -. «^ 'AD-jroDrinti-i^ if4oj for %n»t 
theJfeleneStrybing Bequ^strund ^Appr.p 

above described oork. 



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n^n^dMl^e Beaueat. On the recominendaiian of th9 
SuperinUndeni, the Conwisaion approved, subject to the 
approval of the Art Ccmnti.sion, the pUque to be placed at 
the Eighth Avenue and Fulton Street entrance to Golden Jate 
ParX, in neir.ory of Thomas Gibbona Taylor and Sarah Casebolt 
Taylor, parent, of the late Mary Taylor Beard.lee, doner. 

on the recommendation of the Superintendent, the :..^i..ion 
approved the a.ard of infernal contract for the abo^ .or. 



to the Phoenix^ l^pfon Con^pany, in the ar.ount 



?5£^.?0. 



U.n c.rtaU.d. tV C.^is.Un ...U.orU.d .h,cI»U. C . . 
„n,nHac..r Flayfiel,, .11 ri.e, and .ootM. i.e Zo. ..... 

-^ ♦hi. nriental Tea Garden, 
tooths and the restaurant, and the .rie 

. ♦/» be kept in t^« restaurants at 
with a skeleton crew to be Kepx ^ 

r. ' nnd Sharp Park Golf Course., /r.-. i.«.* 
Warding, Hnc»^n, and Sharp 

t. 3 p.-., on -^- follo.in, days, ^ 

Thanks.iviny, Christmas, and ne.re.r.^^,. 



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Dooomber 8, 1948 

A regular meoiing of the Park Coumioeion »a« held 
Wtdneoday, Deoember 8, 1948, 4 p.m., in MoLaren Lodge, 
Goldon Oate Park, San PranoiBoo. 

Tho following membero of the Park Commiooion aero 
prooonti 

Mr. Warvejf I. Teller, President 
J/r, Peter Be rout 
Mr. Wm. M. Coffman 

Aboontt Mr. Hugh Oallagher 
Mr^ Tred D. Parr 

The Minute of t>»« Pork Commieeion meeting held 
on fovember 24, 1948, were approved and adopted^ 

Wind'Oheltero ^ Mr, glbert I, Sellere application 
for permiooion to oell mind^oheltero at the Ocean 
Boaoh wao denied^ 

Tower Optical Company * The Tower Optical Company's 
application for renewal of contract to maintain coin 
operated binocular viewing machinee on property of 
the Commiaoion, on the aame termo and condiiiono ao 
contained in the present agreement, and for permission 
to locate six additional machines along the Ocean 
Beach, was granted. The following resolution was 

adoptedt 

aSSOLUTZOM M0» 1663 
RSSOLfSD unanimously by the Park Commission, that 
tho Sooretary be and ho is hereby authoriMod to enter 
into an agreement and erocute the same for and in 
bokalf •f the Park Commissioners with th« TOWER OPTICAL 
COMPAMT, IMC, for the installation and maintenanoo 
•/ Coin-Operated Binoeular Viewing Machines ot t^o 
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Land** Snd 

Great Sighmay between 

j»f«ii*!."'**'.![**^i?'* 5tr«*t* Sight Machine* 
Beach eppoeite Sloat 

Boulevard j.^ Machine* 

/or a term of three yeare from January 16, 1949 u 
January IS, 1959, both datea inoiuaivt/ the Park 
Commi99ion to receive t>eenty-fioe per cent of the 
groM9 reoeipta from eaid machine** 

Monastery Monaetertt Santa Maria de Ovila. The San Francieco 

Santa 

Maria de Federation of Art* request that the ComMi**ion *et a 
Ovila t 

day and time f* vieit the proposed *tte* for the 

reconetruction of tfte Monastery Santa Maria de Ovila 

IM0 put over to the firwt meeting in January* 

Palace of Fine Arts* Dr, Barry B* Bambly, 
representing the Marina Civic Improvement Association, 
appeared and requested the Commission to allocate 
sufficient fund* in the 2949-1950 budget appropriation 
for the reetoration of tenni* courts in the Palace of 
Fine Art*, Marina Park, 

On motion duly made by Commiesioner Bercut and 
seconded by Commissioner Coffman, and unanimously 
pasted, the Superintendent was directed to include 
in the Commission's 1949»1950 budget appropriation, 
thtf 9um of $100,000 for the restoration of the Palace 
of Fine Arts for tennis and other projects* 

President Teller then » toted that if and when the 
money mas appropriated by the Board of Supervisors 
there would be another meeting to determine the 
metivitie* to be held in the Palace of Fine Arts* 

gan Francitco Cente nnial Committee Tnc* The San 



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Cownittee .. .. , 

Inc. FrQno%*oo Centennial Committee Inc., application for 

modification of contract was granted and the following 
resolution wa* adoptedi 



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RESOLVED ttimni«oiitl|f by th* Park ConmUBion tha-t 

for th« beBt inUreBt and proper oonduoi of the Park 

Department tHe Contract with the San ^ronct jco 

Centennial Committee, Inc., for Servieeo to Provide 

and Secure Appropriate Obaervanoe of the Ce%tennial 

AnniveroarieB Occuring from November 1, 1943 to June 30, 

1949, be modified to provide for the payment of t»le 

diorama expenditure of $4500.00 in the montho of 

December 1948, January, February and March 1949 instead 

of fovember 1943 and changing the monthly allocationa 

of moneye aa followot 

November 1943 changed from $8560.00 te $4060.00 

December 1948 " " 1710.00 to 2720.00 

February 1949 " " 1710.00 to 3l'10^00 

March 1949 " " 1710.00 to £'•10.00 

April 1949 " " 1710.00 to 2- 10.00 



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G.O.Park t Golden Gate Park , John C, Moore and Cimpany'a 

propoaal to leaae an area in Golden Gate Park for a 
driving range wae referred to the Superintendent for 
report. 

Palace of Fine Arte, The California Centenniala 
Commiaaion'a application for an extenaion for uae of 
the Palace of Fine Arte to January 31, 2943, maa 

granted. 
G.G .Park : Golden Gate Park^ The Director of Public Bealth'a 

oommunicatien calling attention to the failure of the 
concoBBion operator to comply with the requirementa of 
the Health Department, and the communication from the 
aaid conceoBion operator, were put over to the next 

mooting. 

^a yuiew Park. Mr. Fred McGuir^^ fia Preaident 
of the San Franciaco and Oakland Gun Club, communication 
auggeating the conatruction of a rifle range in Bayviea, 



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le.ar ^ta6t^ Tko Board of SuperoUor'o reoolution 
requooting tko CommUoUn io gtvo con.Uoration u tH. 
advUabtUtv of onlaring lo.ar Stadium at an oarl^ 
dato, pooBiblv by oxcauatUg rather than constructing 
upmard, wao referred to the Superintendent for report. 



Chri jtma^ Tree Pojnt, The Board of Supervieoro 



I Chriitt»ao 
P^in:ti request that the Commiooion and Chief Admini.trative 



Officer collaborate in making arrangemento for the 
orection, on Chrielmao Tree Point, of a Chriotmao tree, 
adequately lighted and decorated for Chrietmao and for 
mainUnance thereof until January 2, 1949, mae referred 
to the Superintendent with full power to act. 



Oriental Tea Oarden^ The Superintendent «aa 



Oriental 

Tea 

Gard^-n: authorised to move and place the figure of the Bronse 



Pearl 
Harbor 



Buddha, the gift of Mr. Richard Gump, in the location 
recommended by the Wonorable Art Commission and more 
closely described in its resolution # 754-2 94^^, dated 
December 1, 1946, 

Pearl Harbor Dau. The American War Mothers request 
for permission to use the lawn area at the Marina to 
hold Pearl Harbor Day ceremonies was granted. (Ratifi" 
cation) , 

The following letters were read end ordered filedt 

From his Honor the Mayor advising that he is ip(tH- 
holding approval, temporarily, on requisitions for a 
foreman gardener and sub^foreman gardener, pending 
further study^ 

From the Honorable Art Commission approving the 
location in Heroes' Orove, Oolden Oate Parkier the 
fative Sons of the Oolden West monument, now located at 
Market and Mason Streets. 




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t9 b€ plao0d on th9 Eighth Avenue and Fulton Street 
»ntranc€ to Oolden Oate Park, 

rrom C. E. JaeUon Jr., Paei/U Coaot Cirouit 
aenwmor, Unitod State» P.U Association, concurring 
with th0 action of tht Commission in handling of ths 
polo activitjf at the aoldon Oate Pari Stadium. 

rrom the Boy Scouts of America and the fisitacion 
TalUy Improvement Assootation advocating tfc« construct-- 
ion of m small bore rifle range in McLaren Park, 

rrom the 5. r. Women's Ch<mber of Commerce protest* 
ing the charge, of admission to the seal show* 

From the following recommending that the tennis 

courts in the Palace of Fine Arts be restoredt 

Bushred Tennis Club of Oakland 

Francis J. Itaya 

Mrs. Henry a, Donner 

Marina Home Owners Protective Association 

Siena Catelli 

From )ii« Honor the Mayor transmitting communication 
from Oordon Qallt complimenting the Commission on the 
installation of the loud speaker system at the Band 
Concourse. 

From Mr. Edw. W. Bruaher condemning the use of the 
loud speaker system at the Band Concourse. 

The following letters were read and referred to 
the Supe rintendenti 

From Arnold L. Brown requesting that the Buena fiata 
Park tennis courts be resurfaced. 

From Mrs. L. Quidi requesting that a tree be removed 
in front of her home. 

From Mrs% Sugene Setman calling attention to the 
condition of the benches in the vicinity of the 
Conservatory. 

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danag€9 at rtcommtndtd by tht City Attorney* 9 offieo. 

Avard of ImtoJJotlow of a » y» aoum rg^j Hue at th^ 

Contract: 



rioiohhacker Smimminp fy gi, fho Socrotary pro9ent9d tho 
folUwing bido for ifc« in9tallation of a now oouu rail 
lino at tho rioiohhaokor Swimming Poolt 



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Aooooiatod Snginooro 
Terguoon Bro«» 
Martin Murphy 
Adam irrat and Son 
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$13,945*00 
14,875.00 
15,762.00 
18,725.00 
18,922.00 
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On the roeommondation of tho Superintendent, and 
on motion duly made and eoconded, the following reeolu" 
tion vat adoptedt 

RSSaLUTIOJl to. 1664 

RSSOLYSD unanimouoly by the Park Commiooion that a 
contract be awarded to ABTHUS WALLORSM, for tho 
inotallation of a new ocum rail line at the fleiohhacker 
Swimming Pool, San Francioco, California, and the 
Secretary be and he it hereby authorized to execute the 
oamo in tho name of tfct Park CowMiooion and that 
payment therefor in the amount of $13,945.00 (Replace^ 
mento A Roconotruction - Recreational Divition - ). 

Reoolutiono, On motion duly made and teconded, 
the following reoolutiono were adoptedt 
RESOLUTIOM MO. 1657 

RSSOLYSD unanimouoly by the Park Commiooion that 
for tho boot intereot and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and ft hereby requeoted 
to approve the following P^TM^MTgf 



BATES SSTATE COMPAMT 

Rental of unacquired land, known «• ^-J- 
oel 10, under contract for Yacht Harbor, 
and 1948^49 Taxeo. 



$ 655.26 



PinTTTC OAF * ELECTRIC CO, 

Rlntal Of unacquired ^J'^^' J'^J^J ," 

10 under contract for Yacht Harbor. 



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1657 R99tora±ion of MuraU at th« FUiahhacker 

ASSOCIATED EMOTMFKRf! 

rourth Progrt9» Payment - InsUllaUon of 
IrrigaUon SvUm - Unit Mo. 2 - Oolden 
Gate Park. 

E. L. PETERSON COVSTRUCTIOM CO, 

^*^Vt^ ^royr««« Payment - Seating racilities 

at Big Recreational Field, Oolden Gate Park. 

LOOMIS ARM O RED CAR SERV ICE CO^ 

Armored Car Service for park revenue unite. 

W ELLMITZ ^ DENARDE 

Fourth Progreee Payment - Rehabilitation of 

Murphy Windmill - Golden Gate Park. 

COLLECTOR OF INTERNAL REVENUE 

Federal Tax on Admieaione - November 1948. 

THE DUNC ANSON » EIRRELSON CO^ 

Second Progreee Payment - Repairs to Tacht 

Harbor, San Franeieco. 

O' kARA A STE WART 

Fourth Progreee Payment - Heating Syetem and 
New Bo Here and Controle at the Coneervatory^ 
Golden Gate Park. 

RALPH MURRAJ 

MueiG Concerte • November 1946. 



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3,141.00 



4,590.00 

350,00 
5,157.90 

250.49 
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RESOLUTION NO. 1658 

RESOLVED unanimouely by the Park Commiaeion for 

the beat intereat and proper conduct of the Park 

Department the Controller be and ia hereby requested 

to approve the following Work Ordera: 

W,O.NO. DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION /LMOUNT 

390 Dept, of Public Worka Niacellaneoue $150*00 

(Bureau of Street Asphalt aurfacing 



Repair a) 



391 Purchaaing Dept. 
(Reproduction 
Bureau) 



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Park 4 Small Parka 
4 Squarea and miac. 
aervioea, Jan. Feb. 
A March 1949 

Blueprinting, 
Photoatat aeroieee, 
etc. General Division 
Jan. Feb. * March 1949 



65.00 



392 S. F. Water Dept. 



Miac. Servieea - 
General Diviaion 
Jan. Feb. it March 19^ 



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397 



398 



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Warehouae) 



Dept, of Publto 

Worka 

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^iscServicea $ 3,923.00 

Automotive Repair a, 
etc.Qeneral Diviaion 
Jan, Feb. <ft Marchl949 

Blackamith Servicea 360,00 
Automotive Repaira, 
etc.Commiaaary Diviaion 
Jan. Feb. S March 1949 

Stationery and 200,00 

Office Suppliea - 
General Division 
Jan.Feb, S March 1949 

Miae, Servicea, 200.00 

Repaira to Equip* 
ment, etc. General 
Diviaion, Jan, Feb. 
A March 1949 

Compenaation Dia^ 4,500,00 

ability Benefita 

db Medical Chargea I 

other than for S.F. ' 

Hoepital for aix 

montha period end" 

ing June 30,1949. 

S,F,Boapital 1,000,00 

Chargea and Pro-- 
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Administrative 
Coata for aix 
montha ending 
June 30,1949, 



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RESOLUTION NO, 1659 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commiaaion that 
for the beat interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and ia hereby requeated 
to approve the following Allotments: 

ALLOTMENTS 

A ppropriation 

812.e00.Cl Fixed Chargea - General Diviaion $ 5,030,00 

812.600.04 Tacht Harbor Land 1,456,59 



812.913.04 Replacementa */"^;»/.^"^**°'* 

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RESOLVED unanimoualy by the Park Conmiaaion that 

/or tha beat intereat and proper conduct of the Park 

Department the Controller be and ia hereby requeated to 

approve the following tranafera to provide funda for 

temporary employee a required to replace permanent 

employees on leave without payt 

From Appro p,ei2''110''01 to Approp, 612^119^01 $ 708,18 

To replace Robert Warren Murray Jr,, 058 
Gardener, on leave for period Dee*9,1948 
to March 31,1949 (T'1063) 

rrom Approp, 812'110'03 to Approp, 812-119-03 1,177,50 

To replace Irene Stull, 152 Counter 
Attendant, on Sick Leave for period 
December 1,1948 to April 30, 1949 (T'1064) 



From Approp, 812-110-03 to Approp, 812-119-03 

To replace Joaeph Galindo, I2 Kitchen 
Helper, on Sick Leave for period December 
6,1948 to March 5,1949 (T-1065) 



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RESOLUTION NO, 1661 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commiaaion that 
for the beat intereat and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Contract with the San Franciaco 
Centennial Committee, Inc., for Servicea to Provide 
and Secure Appropriate Obaervance of the Centennial 
Anniveraariea Occuring from November 1, 1948 to June 
30,1949, be modified to provide for the payment of the 
diorama expenditure of $4500,00 in the months of 
December 1948, January, February and March 1949 instead 
of November 1948 and changing the monthly allocationa 
of moneys aa followa: 

November 1948 Changed from $8560,00 to $^060*00 

December 194B " " 1710.00 " ll^^'OO 

Februaru 1949 " " 1710,00 " 3210,00 

Mar7h 1949 " " 1710,00 " 2710.00 

April 19% " " 1710.00 " 2710.00 





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RSSOLUTJOM MO. IS^ S 

RESOLTED unanimously by the Park Commi§aion thai 

for the b9Bt interatt and proper conduct of the Park 

Depariment the Controller be and it hereby requested 

to approve the following Work Order^ 

W^O.MOf ntport«»nt Deecription Amount 

399 S^r.Water Dept, Plane and Specifi- $ 1,800.00 

cations for well 
and reservoir at 
North Mill, Oolden 
Cote Park, 



Suptm Superintendent' a Bej>ortm 

Re port f 

Big Rec t Big Reo* On th« recowmendation of tH* 

Super imtendemt, the Commission approved tfc« Charles 
Oraham memorial plaque, a gift of the Sunset Post of 
the American Legion, U be placed in the vicinity •/ 
tHtf bleachers now being constructed at Big Reo, Oolden 
Gate Park and directed th« Superintendent U refer a 
drawing of tfct plaque U tht Art Commission for approoal. 

The Superintendent was further instructed U 
•••i with representatives of tfce Sunset Pott, American 
Legion and select a suitable location to place the said 

plaqu»» 

A quatic Park^ The Commission authorieed th* 

Superintendent to call for bids for Repairs U Recreation 

Pier at Aquatic Park, 
S.r.Zool. The SuperinUndent was authorieed t« request 

^^^^^'the City Architect U prepare the final plans for the 

ChimpamMoe House, San Franc i too Zoological Oardent and 

U call fr biU for th« eonttruction of tfct Boute. 



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the following bid for tM repair. U damaged entrance. 



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Contd. MiatipH Monumental forkt $750*00 

Tht hU irot rejeottd b0eau99 of lack of 
Muffioient /imdf. 



Jfeertlnp There being no further bueineeo U come before 

the Commieoion, the meeting adjourned at 6tlS p.u. 



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A •ptofal utating •/ t^ nrk Commiation vat 
held Wtdn09dav, Dtctmber 15, 1946, 4 p.m., in McLaren 
Lodg*, (?oidtn OaU Hrk, S^n Franet909. 

Tha following Commiotionoro mort prooonti 

Mr. Harvoy JF. Toller, Prooidoni 
Mr. Potor Bercui, Commiooionor 
Mr. Bugh Qallaghor, Commiooionor 
Mr. Frod D. Parr, Commiooionor 

(Absent) ^^» '^*' ^* CoffTnan^ Con'nisaioner 

The Superintendent reported on the follomingi 



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Big Roc, That the City Engineer i§ preparing 
piano for the rehabilitation of the olnbhouoo at Big 
Boo, ffoldon Gate Park. 

G.O. Park t Ooldon ggf Park. That the money o for the 

rehabilitation of conuenienee 8tat(«n at Old Speedway 
Meadow would be included in the 1949'1950 budget, 

F.F.Pool : Hm F. Pool. In regards to the Mayor* o 

ouggeotion that a otudy be made of the poooibilitieo 
of constructing a cover over the Herbert Fleiohhacker 
Pool, the Superintendent reported he is awaiting the 
reaulto of a survey being made by the Aluminum 
Corporation, which survey should be completed early 

in 1949. 

people's Walk. That he had submitted a 
final enginoor's report tn t^ »ott#r •/ constructing 
a "People's Walk" along Lands f»d t« his Honor t%» 

Mayorm 

p^ri'Muiuel Funds. That he was exploring tho 
possibilities sf securing monies from the Pari^utuel 
Funds for the development •f properties under the 
Jurisdiction of the Park CemmisPien. The matter was 
ordered held over for further study. 



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OaU Park, m ..iter •«• or4tr.4 H.id over fnr further 
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jnUoJ gh»ip|^ rht ^HpertnttfiideM tttbaitttd 
a ftudir •/ tHe optratitn •/ the St. Uuf Zo.UgUal 
Cordtm antual ahow and informed the Cenniwoien 
thai timilar etudiet had been requeeted from the San 
Antonio and Mem Tork Zooltgieal aardeno. 

Dcean Beach. That the additional barbecue pita 
at the Beach are being eonotructed. 

Sutro Weiahta^ That a study i$ being made in 
regards to the construction of a water fall on the 
aauth side of Sutro Weights. 

Benches* That the benches are being rehab^ 
ilitated and painted along the esplanade from Ansa 
to Fulton Streets. 

Funston Avenue, That the center strip of 
Funston Avenue from Lake to Fulton Streets and 19th 
Avenue^ had been replanted. 

McLaren Park. That the Director of Public 
Works is preparing an estimate of cost for the con» 
struction •/ a rifle range in McLaren Park. 

palace of Fine Arts* Proposals from the 
following were ordered held over for sixty dayst 

From the Railway end locomotive nistorieal 
Scciety Inc., far tH« uso of the Palace of Fine Arts 
as a Museum of Western Transpartation and Commerce} 

From John Johnson for th« uee of t^e Palace 
of Fine Arts as an ice skating rink; 

From Mrs. S, Xibbe for use of the Palace of 
Fine Arts for • roller skating rinkj 



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0/ the Superintendent, the rei^eet •/ th« jr«i> Bill 
Civic Club that the Water Department prtptrty located 
9n Jonet Street, between Clay and Washington Streets, 
be acquired and developed for park purpaoee, »«• 
rejected ae being uneuitable for park purposeo^ 

M.i% P9Vi^99'^» The Secretary reported that 
^ approval of the memorial bench to be located at Mt% 

Dauideon, ot tHo requeot of the Sunrite Saoter Servicee 
Committee, had not been receive4 from the Art Commit^ 
aian^ 

Porfmouth Forfmouth Scuare* Om the recommendation of 

the Superintendent, the Veterano of Foreign Ware* 
reque ot to place a monument in Portomouth Square, %m 
memory of tHo Chineoe World War II feterano, mao put 
over f a later meeting^ 

Breon Monument, At the euggeation of tfco 
Superintendent, the Ladieo Auxiliary of the Qelden Gate 
Commandery*o request to have the monument "Breon^ 
replaced at the 19th Avenue entrance to Golden Gate Park 
was put over to a later aeetinp* 

Pe rsonnel . Personnel. Ji regards t« the Mayor* » coMMttfif- 

cation advising he mould not fill four vacant positions 
im the Park, President Teller suggested that a conference 
be arranged between tH* Superintendent, Mr^ Lewis, the 
Administrative Assistant to tfco Mayor, and tho Park 
Commissioners, after the first of the year. 

Conceasion^t Concessions, The following applications to 

operate the food concessions at the Fleishhacker 
Playfield and ZeoUgioal Gardens were ordered held 



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Reaolution Muggeating that tH« propoeed rifle range 
be named "LouU Landerville Rifle Range" in memory 
•f the late L»ui8 Landeruille, mkxs ordered held over 
until July 1, when it ie expected that the rifle range 
vill be completed* 

Mt. DavideonM The Superintendent wub 
inatructed to include $30,000 in the 2949-60 budget for 
the purchaae of certain lota adjoining J/t. Dauidaon 
OS auggeated by the Sunriae Eaater Service Co»«itt««. 

Keaar Stadium^ ThM Secretary vtaa inatructva 

to inform hia honor the Mayor that aince the 1649 

Stanford Univeraity football achedule ia completed, 

it ipouid be impoaaible to have the opening game of 

the 1949 aeaaon played under the lighta at letiar 

Stadium between Stanford Univertity and Stm Mary* a 

College, 

Children'a Children^a Guartera^ it the auggeation •/ 

i^ua rtera t 

the Superintendent, Joaeph Aubry'a application for 

permiaaion to inatall a miniature train at the 

Children' a Quartera »«• ordered held over ta July !• 

Monastery Monastery Sant a_ M^LJ^ ^e_J)9ilas ^He communis 

Santa Maria 

U Cvila: cation from the Honorable Board of Superviaora 

relative to the aite for the erection of the Monaatery 

Santa Maria de Ovila maa ordered held over fr further 

atudym 

fesar S tadium^ The Secretary wa inatrueted 
U obtain an appraiaal of t** property lacated on the 
ntrth aide of Frederick Street, beti^een Stanyan and 



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Willard street.. In ia.e.aorS Block 1263. and .n 
appropriation for ike purokaoo of tMa additional 
property was order.d included In the 2949-50 budget. 

MBL^ien^ZV^ At the Buggeotion of the 
superintendent the purchase of the loto adjacent to 
McLaren Park, on the ooutheaot comer of Persia and 
Dublin Streeto, »aa held over pending a report from 
the Director of Property^ 
I Golden Oate_Pjirkj^ The Municipal Railway'g 

requeot for permieoion to eetablioh a loop and waiting 
station for the number twenty-one but line, ot the 
Tenth Avenue andFulfn Street entrance to Voider* Gofe 
Park, vae denied^ 

Golden G ate Park Stadium^ The San Franc Uco 
Dog Training Club Inc. request for permi$eion to use 
the Golden Gate Park Stadium for the Sixth Annual Cbed" 
ience Trials in June, 1949, was ordered held over to 
March 1, 1949. 

lake Me reed m The request of the San Francisco 
Water Department for a discussion of the transfer of 
Jurisdiction of property in the ulclnlty of Lake 
Merced was ordered held over to t later meeting. 

Tacht H arbor, On the recommendation of the 
Superintendent, the J. J« ifolah proposal re Tacht 
Harbor Master Plan mas rejected. 

Bavview Park. The San Francisco - Oakland 
Gun Club's proposal to have a rifle range in Bayview 
Park was rejected^ 

Ketar Stadium, The Board of Supervisors 
request that the Commission consider the advisability 
of enlarging lenar Stadium mas ordered hela over U 
m future date to permit further study. 



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RKSOLUTIOM MO^ 1^ak_ 
RESOLVED unaniuouBly by the Park Commi»oion 
tha-t for the beat interest and proper conduct of t^« 
Park Department the Controller be and io hereby requeeted 
to approve the following PATUEMTS : 
PUMMETT. PAREZ A HUTCRISOM 



$5,625,00 



Firot Payment - Engineoring Serviceo in 
connection with preparation of Piano and 
opecificationo and auperviaion of the 
rePiabilitation of the Municipal Pier ot 
Aquatic Park0 

CSRJSTIAM I, BAMZEl 

Refund of Mooring License Fee on Tacht 

Harbor berths 



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RESOLUTIOM MO . 1667 

RESOLVED unantmouoly by the Park Comw.iaoion 

that the Secretary be and ia hereby authorieed to 

enter into an agreement with Punnett^Paree and 

and J, E» Eayea 
Eutchiaon,/56 Sutter Street, Son Franciace, to perform 

the fallowing workt 

Prepare a master plan and report for the 
development of the San Franciaco Municipal Tacht 
Rarbor, San Franciacow 

Compenaation for aueh aervieea ahall not 
exceed the aum of $9,800.00, 

BE IT FVRTRER RESOLVED that the Controller be 
and t§ hereby requeated to approve the allotment of 
$9,800,00 from Appropriation 612^500^91 (Tacht Harbor 
Architectural Servicea) for the above deaeribed pur- 
poaea. 




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G^JAAnarej, At the »uggeMtion 0/ Prttident Teller, the 

following reeolutien of the Board of Superoiooro of the 
City and County of San rrancteco mao read and ordered 
incorporated in the minuteot 

* COMMUfDIMG GERALD J. LIMARES 

^ Beoolution JTo. dl6B 

(Serieo of I939) 

J^^^^^S, Thio Board of Superuteoro hao learned 
».th a deep aenoe of oivio loot that Gerald J. Linarea, 
Secretary of the Park Coumiaaion of the City and 
County of San franeiaoo, haa aubnitted hia reaignation 
from aaid poaition effective aa of December 15, 1948; 
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* WHEREAS, While he ia young in 

career of Mr. Linarea ia replete with 
accompliahmenta, not only in hia work 
and County at mdult athletic head and 
gator, for the Recreation Department, 
aecretary of the Coordinating Council 
Welfare, and in hia preaent poaition, 
notably in highly reaponaible capacit 
and domeatic aervice during four year 
aa a lieutenant colonel in the Army A 



yeara, the 

aucceaaful 

for the City 

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executive 

for Touth 

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iea in foreign 
a of World War II 
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" WHEREAS, The ability, intelligence and per- 
aonable apirit of cooperation with which Mr. Linarea 
haa approached the performance of hia multifarioue and 
demanding official taaka have been patent manifeatO' 
tiona of conatructive public aeruice, and have 
cryatallised in the minda of paat and preaent membera 
of thia Board the firm conviction that Mr^ Linarea 
repreaenta the higheat type of executive; and 

^ WHEREAS, While it ia with deepeat regret that 

thia Board viewa the departure of Gerald J, Linarea 
from City and County aervice, it ia alao toith a aenae 
of gratification in that hia capabilitiea have been 
accorded, by private induetry, well^deaerved recog" 
nition in the material form of engagement for top 
adminiatrative dutiea; and 

** WHEREAS, The cloee and pleaaant aaaociation 

which the membera of thia Board have enjoyed with 
Gerald J. Linarea haa been mutually beneficial and 
the many fine peraonal and profeaaional attributea 
of Mr. Linarea will be exceedingly difficult of 
replacement; now, therefore, be it 

n RESOLVED, That thia Board of Superviaora doea 

take public recognition of the aignal contributiona 
made by Gerald J, Linarea to the welfare and pr'tgreaa 
of San Tranciaco, and doea extend to him ita higheat 
commendation therefor; and, be <* 

w FURTHER RESOLVED, That a auitably engroaaed 

copy of thia reaolution be tendered to Mr. Linarea 



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Bnlr^^r J^^c.M uHmH of th. Member, of tM. 
Mt pur.uul! ' '^•PP<-" «»»<* -ucc*.. In ail 

"i^cHISr-a/JS^S/^ ^up^ruttora, San rrancisco. 

''Ave; SuperviBore ChrfUpher, raMackerley, 
./• Joaeph Sullivan. "* * 

"Absenii Superuiaora Oallagher, John J, Sullivan 

"J hereby certify that the foregoing reaolutian 
maa adopted by the Board of Superviaora of the 
City and County of San Franciaco^ 

" (Signed) JOffH R, MeGRATW, Clerk 

" Approved, Dec. 9, 1948 

" (Signed) DEWET MEAD, 

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The folleioing resolution, introduced by Commiaaioner 
Gallagher, waa unaniuoualy adopted by the Park 
Comm iaaiont 

RESOLUTION MO. 1666 
WHEREAS, Gerald Linarea haa served the City of San 
Franciaco and hia country, in peace and in war, with 
great diatinction, and 

WHEREAS, he ho« rendered outstanding service aa 
Secretary of The Park CoMwtisaion of the City and County 
af San Franciaco , and 

WHEREAS, Mr^ Linarea ia leaving the employ of the City 
upon hia own volition and with deep regret on the 
part of those wha have been intimately aaaociated with 

him, and 

WHEREAS, the membera of thia Commiaaion have found Mr. 
Linarea to be honeat, aincere, loyal and painataking 
in the diacharge of hia responaibilitiea, and 
WHEREAS, hia releaae from the Park Commisaion f 
become an executive of the Parr^Richmond Tarminal 




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Contd. WHEREAS, wt dotiro to ptrmanently record our high 

approciation of Mr. Linareo and our gratitudt for the 
aplendtd oorvtcoo ho hao rondorod to the Co«m<fe(on 
and to all momborof 

MOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED thot mo expre.o U 
Gerald Linaroo our thanks /or hie cooperation and our 
beat wishes /or eucceea in hit new underiaktng, and 
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of thie Reaolutien 
be apread upon the minutee of this meeting, a copy eent 
to hia Honor, Mayor Elmer E. Robinson, and a copy eent 
to Mra^ Linares* 



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Adjourned : 

Commiaaion, the meeting adjourned at 6t00 p.m. 



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San Francisco, Calirot*nia 
December 89, l$4d 

A regular meeting of the Park Commission was held 
Wednesday, December 29, 1946, in McLaren Lodge, Oolden 
Oate Park, San Jroncisco, 

The /allowing Commissioners were presentt 

Mr. Harvey E. Teller, President 
Mr. Peter Bercut 
Mr. Wm. M. Co f /man 
Mr 9 Fred D. Parr 

Absentt Mr. Hugh Gallagher 

The minutes of the regular meeting of the Park 

Commission held December 8, 1948 and the special 

meeting held December 15, 1948, were approved and 

adopted. 

Street Street Tree Planting, On the recommendation of 

Tree 

Pl ant ing : the Superintendent and after due consideration of a 

letter protesting the planting of trees on California 

Street, the Comr.ission determined to proceed with 

the tree planting program on California Street, from 

Mason Street t« Thirty-third Avenue, and ordered the 

Marina Boulevard tree planting project indefinitely 

p^stponedm 

Concession, Concession - Bio Rec , The Director of Public 

Bit; Rec t 

Health's communication calling attention to the 

failure of the concession operator to comply with the 
requirements of the Health Departmerit was put over 
to a subsequent meeting for consideration. 
Portsmouth P ortsmouth Square. Final plans and specifications 

t^^2ie: ^^^ ^^^ Centennial Buildings in Portsmouth Square nere 

approved and the Secretary was authorised to call for 

bidSm 

ic?uatie Park A quatic Park. The request from Schuman and 



Build ing t 



Harris that they be relieved of the $100 monthly 
guarantee set forth in lease for the concession at 



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the Aquatic Park Building, but that they maintain the 
lease in force on the ten per cent basis, was granted, 
and the Secretary was authorised to execute the 
neio agr-eenent with the ccnceasionaires, 

^Quatic Park Bytilding^ The request of the San 
Francisco Museum of Science and Industry for permis- 
aion to Install ship models, documents and pictures 
in the Aquatic Park Building, loas ordered held over 
t0 a subsequent meeting, in order to provide the 
Commi asioners with an opportunity to nake an inveati" 
gatien* 

Aquatic Park Building^ The request of Vr, Johnny 
ffosmer to lease the Aquatic Park Building was denied^ 

P rayer Bo o k CrosS f, Oolden Gatfi P ark_._ Request for 
permission to held a pilgrimage at Prayer Book Cross, 
Golden Gate Park, on June IP, 1^49, by the Churchmen's 
Round Table of San Francisco, was granted^ 

Ifodel Ai rplane Field, The request from the San 
Francisco Model Aero Club for psrw.ission to hold a 



model aeroplane coi 



\teat at the Model Airplane Field 



Palace of 
Fine Artsf 



on Sunday, January 16 or January 23, 1943, was granted. 
Palace of Fine Arts^ Mr. Walter 5. Joseph's 



request for information conc 



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tiuities ''or the Palace of Fine Arts was referred 



to ihe Secretary for reply, 
The following letters 
the Superintendentt 



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re read and referred to 



Frcm the Property Owners* Association of S'orth 
ting that Italian Stone Pine trees be 



Beach requesting 



planted in Washington Square and $i 



uggesting certain 



Improvemen 



is to the Park 9 



jTr-^m the Assoc 



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requesting information concerning the ren 



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From the Departmeni 0/ Public Works advising of 
oomplaint concernino the removal 0/ tioo trees from 
the southerly and northerly lines 0/ number 530 Tenth 
Aoenue^ 

From the Chief of Police requeaiing the cutting 
and trimming of trees and shrubs around the Richmond 
Police Station^ 

From the 5, /, Federation of Arts requesting 
that $10,000 be included in the 1949-60 budget fsr 
the tree planting program^ 

From Urs» Ida R^ Hansen requesting that trees be 
plantfid in front of her home at 756<'5nd Avenue^ 

From i^r. A, I, Hanson requesting permission td 
plant two trees in front of hia property at 4376'P5th 
Streetm 

From ifore»Diel Construction Co^npany requesting the 
removal of a tree in front of his driveway at 54 
Richardson Avenue^ 

From ihf: Clerk of the Board of Supervisors 
requesting that the possibility of constructing a 
large stadium at the iJlen Parit .Reservoir site be 
investigated^ 

The following letters Jtere rtcd and ordered 

filedt 

From the Civil Service Association calling 
attention to the fact that the contract for a land" 
»cape architfCt for the Arbcretum %ight conflict with 
Civil Service by reason of the duty statement of the 
Supervisor of Arboretum and Botanical R*search, 

From the Navy Department, Office of the Judge 
Advocate General, denying a claim in the amount of 



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$499.00 for dawiage^ to fh* i^lif ia^hacfc^r Pod Ca/» 
allegedly resulting from the conouaafon of a Japanese 



Ifine which had Waaler* ahhore at Fleishhacker Pool 



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April 9, 1948, 



From hia Fonor the Hayor ft hoarding communicaiion 



fr9in the Council of City Einployeea »/ Son F 



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American Federation of Labor 



, protesting the placing 



6f conoeations in the parks of San Francisco, 

From the following recommending that tennis courti 

be restored in the Palace of Fine Arts: 

Cou) Hollow Improvement Club 
Mission Viaduct Terrace Improoement Club 
Ocean Avenue Uerchanto Association 
Westwood Park Association 

From the Northern California Badminton Association 
requesting that the Palace of Fine Arts include bad- 
minton courts in addition to tennis courts. j 

From the United Spanish War Veterans thanking 
th0 Comr^isoion for clearing the view of the Uck'inKon 
Uonur.ent in Oolden Gait Park, 



From Urs 



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having the tree in front of \rr home cut. 

Notice of claim register filed by Amy Suttey for 
damagea sustain- a i3 uuio^tbiJe iahen struck by a P'irk 



* hf recomfHendation 



Departf^ent truek. 

of the Director of Prop>rty, the Commission approved 

ihe purchaae of the follo'^ing ?9i in Uclr-i ParV: 

lot 1 in Asat^saor's Blo.\ Zl3S from Florence 
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UaUtt and Petereon - Application of Light Wearing 
Surface on tennia courts - Alta Pla:ta and Holly Park . 
thirty days. 

Phoenix Simptan Company . Installation of Side^ 
talk lightB at Aquatic Park - fifty days. On the 
recommendation of the Superintendent, permiaaion u;aa 
given f aubaiitute Luminex Securit Jlaaa f^r the 
Hammered Securit Glass as apecified^ 

Tacht Harbor i^ooritnj Licenses^ On the recommenda^ 
tion of the Director of Recreational Actijities, the | 
follouing applications for Tacht Harbor kooring Licenat'^ 
Were approvetit 

VAii. \ or APPLICANT 

ifrst FmCmOratta 

filliam P. IfaiUoux and 
Robert /., PereM 

Lawrence Z. Schmelaer 

Robert M» Hensen 

Carl r. Path 




;iL:.^.nIMTElfDi^hiT*S The Superi^t'^nde ^t reported on ih^ follO'Hnyt 
^^FOhT: 

That the Director of Public »'j "*•« u;oa unable to 

furnish inspection seroic6 for the u)crk ut Inar 

Stadium and rficommendec that a t >.frjc-f '- entered 

into ^it\ Mr. Thosm Choc, to supp" j an in.-^pector* 

It was so orS"red9 

That the Director of Pullic fo'ka was unablf to 

prepare plane for Big Hec Field "oust rehalilitation 

and at the r*.que8t of the Superintendent, fer.isainn 

was giijen to secure proposal from War l and Eolles, 

Archi-^cctSm 

^hat hf was presently drafting, ^ith th>^ City 
ylf ir .. y'.* ^ffic', a contract for f^: ' • ■ ' . of the 



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concPSBion in the Oriental Tea Garden, Golden Gate 
Park, end would present sane for Comminsion appr^ual 
at a BUbaequeni meeting^ 

That he had informed the Joseph P, J/cQuaide Post 
Not 1805 of the Vetfirana 9/ Foreign Ware they would 
havf- to pr»vid9 ^1500 for rehabilitation work, as o 
prerequisite for the leasing of the Beach Chalet at 
$50^00 a month, and that he would have a further 
report on the proposal at the next meeting^ 

That he was presently drafting a contract for 
the exhibition of animal <ictB at the S, F, Zoological 
Gardens and Wituld present same for Commission 'ipproval 
at a subsequent meeting. 

The Suph rintendeni mas .ufh.ir<*ed io call for 
bids on the follor:ingt 

a) Street Iree Planting, Uasunic A fue, from Jeary 
Boulevard to Waller Street, 

b) Instnlla-fion nf an Irrigation Syst^tm, Unit Vo^S 
(Second Part) and Unit Ko^ 3, Golden Jaf' P.irk, 



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resolutions were a.^^pfedt 

RESO'Ll'TIO S A'Ct 1668 
FFSOLVED unanimously by the Park C^mmissi^-'i ihit 
f.yr the best interest and pr^v-r .onduci of the Park 
Pepart^'^nf the Controller '» ^nd ia h^r^iby r equeeted 
to approvi the following tru-^.fi'rs: 



From Aopropriatinn 8l8''110m04 to 
Appropriation <: 18^1 19^4 

To ortiuide funds for the temporary 
replacement of Charles Porter, 053^ 
Gardener, an Sic\ leave for period 
January 1, 1940 to February To, 1S-.9. 
(Ex-. -'1049' 

Xpprop~i 3-f idi dl8''llC"''3 



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To provide for the return o/ unused 
balance of /undo transferred far 
tewtporary replacement of Irene 
Stull, I 5S Countsr Attendant. 
Requisition 7-1064 is cancelled 
effectioe January 1, 1949 account ef 
the d^ath cf Mrs. Stull. 



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RESOLUTION NO, Jggg 
RESOLVED unmimoualy by the Park Commission that 
for the beat internist and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby requested 
to approve the following PATKENTS : 

S.F.CENTENNIAL COMl/ITTEE, IN C^ $1,855.09 

Expenses paid December 1948 in 
connection ivith providing and securing 
appropriate observance of centen'iial 
anniversaries November 1, 1943 t» 
June 30, 1949, 

THE DUNCANSON'mnARRELSON CO, 

Final Payment - Repairs to Tacht Warbor 

MRS, g. JV. BENJAMIN 

For damages to daughter* a coat. 

ASSOCIATED ENGINEERS 

Fifth Progress Payment - Installation 
of Irr-iyation System - Unit #2, Oolien 
Gate Park 

MINTCN AND KUBON 1,701.03 

First Progress Pajfment - Drainage 
Corrections and Installation of 
Ejector Pumps, 

H. L, PETERSON CONSTRl'CTT J N CO. 4, €08. 00 

Third Progress Payment - Seating 
Facilities at Big Recreation Field, 
Golden Gate Park 



RESOLUTION NO. 1 670 
RESOLVED u^animou8ly by the Park Commission that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby requested 
i« approve the following Orders for Service or Workt 



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X. Cardini Repairs to Damaged 

Entrance, Aquatic Park 
Pavilion 

Dept^of Public Inspection o/ Boiler 
^°^^» at Nursery, Golden Gate 

Central Permit Park 
Bureau 



AMOUNT 
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4.00 



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RESOLVED unanitnoualy by the Park Comir.isaion that 

fr the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 

Department the Controller be and is hereby requested 

to approve the follow inQjL L OTkF NTS± 

APPRO PRJ ATI OK 812^21 5^02 $4 ,001^63 

I'ninifnance and Repair - Sideioalks and 

Roada - 5. F.Zoom (Concrete Sidewalk 

and Concrete Curb - 5, F^ZooIogical Gardens) 



APPROPRIATION eiPm SOO'dc 

Kesar Stadium - Replacement 0/ Temporary 

Seata% 



2,500,00 



RESOLUTION KO^ 1672 

RESOLVED unanimously by the Park CoKt" isaion that 

for the test interest and proper conduct of the Park 

Departvient the CrntroUcr be and is ^frc^y re<mcsted 

io ap'yroue the payment of ifiltuye Allowance for the 

use of his private autonobile in the pt rformance of 

official buttineoa of the City and ^-ounty of San 

Frond- CO t§ 

EDMUND FITZJERALL - R 23 Aaaiatant Super cir^or 
of Playgrounds and Reatauranta* 

effective January 1, 194G am. for -iO t to exceed $3l,mOO 

per month from Appropriation alZ-SGS'OS (Allowance 

S&ployeea* Cara - Conmiaaary Diiision)^ 



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RESCLU TIOVjfC. , 1C73 
RESOLVED unanimoualu hy the Park Co**UaUa tK:i 
/or the best interest and proper conduct o/ the Park 
Department the Controller ce and is her-.by requested 
to approue the following Work Crdert 
W.O. 



Vo* Departmen'^ 



JJescrinti^p 



400 Dept^of Pnllic Works Jurueytng and 

Engineering Aapping of a rifle 

range in McLaren 
Park 



$500,00 



RESOLU TICS NO.,^ J 674 
RESOLVED unanimousl}^ hy the Park Coni^.taaion 
that for the best interest ..nd proper conduct of the 
Park Vepartmeni the contrac. witK Thomas F^Chace, 
ConauJiing Engineer, for Preparing Plans and Specif i 
cations for ,i1 1 of the Proposed ffew Work in the 
Rehabilitation of lesar Stadium, Second Unit, and f? 
Supe ruise the Cnnniruciion of a'y work executed from 
the Plans and within the Monies Apprjpriated, be 
modified it increase the contraot price in the %r^-^'- 
Of ^CfOOmOO for which amount the engineer ^^r^ii to 
supply inspection service fo^ the second unit r,' t^^ 
rehabilitation of Kesar S tad' am, Golden Gat-. Park, 



RESOLUTION NO, 1 675 
RESOLVED unanimously bi the Purk tj-.-^icti-'; that 
a month to month agreement bi entered into leV^eer, the 
Park Commission and Solly Sot urr.an and carton Harris for 
the operation of the food ccncession stand locaitd on 
the beach floor of the Aquatic Park Buiir.ing, situated 
at the foot of Polk Street, at Beach Street, in the 
City and County of San Francisco, c.t a monthly r^-^tal 
of ten p-r cent (10%) of the gross revenue, and the 



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Secretary be and he ia hereby authorised to execute 
auch agreement and to per/am. auch acta, on behalf of 
the Conm laaion, as may be neccBBary or convenient 
to give effect to the purpose of this resolution. 



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S» F» ZooloQJcal Gardens, Construction of a 
Conc rete Side walk and Co ncrete Cur b : The Secretary 
pre aented the following bidat 

Lunp Sum 



Love and Haan 
Arthur y/allyren 
Chas* !• Harney 



$3,638.00 
3,874.00 
4, 327.bg 



Unit 

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.36 
.34 



On thf: recommendation of the Superintendent and 
on motion duly made ani seconded, the following 
resolution laaa adoptedt 

RESO LUTION NO. 16 76 

RES0L7EL unanimously by the Par* Comir.isalon 
that a contract be awarded to Loue and Jfaun for the 
construction of a concrete sideualk and concrete curb 
at the Sar, Francisco Zoological hardens, San Francisco, 
and the Secretary be and he is hereby authorized to 
execute the sam( in the nam of i^t T irX ComTtission 
and thai payment therefor in fhe a^-ounf of $4,001.63 
be paid frcrr. A-mpri^iion 312^215-02 (Mtce. and Repair 
- Sideuj.lks -inu nocds - S. F. Zocloyical OarUns). 



Secrei^r^ preser.tt-d the folloiain^ hidat 



Wealy Tiblitta 
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Lump Sum: $14S,7QCm00 



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aiuard of contract pending further inuestigation and 
study. 



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There being no further businefts to oone before 
e Commiesion, the n-^eeting adjourned at 6:'^0 p.i. 




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SoW.n aau Part, San Pranc i,co. 

The following nent,r, ,j- «. c...,..,., .„, 

^r. Fred D. Parr 

approoed and adopted. 

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^ " STATE OF CALlrom lA 

" Ta all u .»„ «,„ ,,..„,, ,^^^^ ^^^^^ OHEB^IKO, 

«»«i<*» of MICBAEL J, BacasT I d„ k. .... 

" J do, »v t»«„ prettnti, 

"tt otrtue ./ «e a„«or,t» u..t.tf „ ,. ^^ ^^. 
<?*art.r ./ tH, City and County of 5,„ /.„„, ,.„, 
aPPoUt M. a ,«*,. .^ ,,. ^,,, ^„,, ^_^ ^^^^ 

/T t*. C*tv and .ount, of San r,„,e..c. ». t, »< id 
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ffuff* Oallaghor, reotgnod. 

*"*" """" *" •"■' "/ •I' offico to ». a//,,.., 
1«ret. thio 13th day of January 1949. 



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(Signfd) ELMER E. ROBIMSOK 

Mayor 



" (•igned) MAX 0. FUNKE 

Executive Secretary to the Mayor 






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-TMS am AMD W BMTT or SAM fnAMCISCB 

STATE or CALITORMIA 
y an to .... «... ,,..„,. ,^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ 

.Mi«tv ./ Willie M. corruAM i „, », ,„„ 

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»T.t, tM. 5J,t d.» 0/ January 1949, 

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(Signed) SLMER E. ROBIWSOM 



" (Signed) MAI (?. F[/ifK£ 

Sx0cuttue Secretary 
to the May^r 



Election 
of Prtisi 
dent: 



Th, s,cr,tary «,noune,d tHat tH. n»xt order ./ 

0-. V.ar. Co»i,.,oner B.rcui nominated Co,,u,Un,r 
^'r»y ,. reU.r /.. ,re,Us.t. TH, nomination ^. 

.i«t.d pr..«„t .^ ,„ ,,^^ Co„,„,., ^„ ,,. 
calendar year 1949, 

TH, Con,i„ionor. .«, ...»„. .^ ,,, ,^^^ ^^^_ 

C«....,o,.. ..^^„ ,, ,,. r.a,,ointn,nt an. Co.,i,.u„„ 
Bucney on Mb appointment. 






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Ilim^M^l^rsn^P^, Sup^roUor Jan.. L.. 

*PP*ar*d and $taUd «ii„* . ' 

W. i»».I I.laml CtUM»n, Cmmttt 

**'' **«* 'k** cowiUi,* had 
nothing further tefor. th.. .n the uatt.r. 

Mr. j.hn srucato. re.re.enting the ..,,, ,.,,,, 

CUU.n. CowMitt.., pre.ented a four ooi.i. 

mhioh he proposed that the Citv ri) 

. , , ^^^'^ «^>' ac9u(r, <J40 acre. 

l^ "tV 0/ 80,000 or up, tn th, remati,. 
"' ""'*"" " '""'"' "^"^ (*) --i-P Bay.,,. Par, 

^i^^i^ll^-eirl. ^^ ^. r. Uuseun of Science and 

^""^^^^ng to di.play .hip Mod.l. etc ^. 

f 9^*9X9, etc., 1003 referred to 

Commie.ioner Coffman and Mr. Bicket, fn. . 

• °^^'^y» for a report at a 
•ub.equ.nt meeting. 

McLaren Parkj^ Bi» Honor the Mav^y* , . 

^* "^yoT- a reque.t that 

*»' P^r, ,,,aru„nt tran.,,r o.rtaM pr,,,r,y ,,.,,., 
•«**«- V.e Uundaru, o/ ^o., ^elar„ Par, u t». Boar, 
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*^**P^<'V •/ equipment Of Army N.u. . 

•7IM4Y t/kat M«y atumpt io mrk 
within thirty dayt. 

an.. 7 - ^ - ^ • '^^'* ^«'-»'»t#S propo.oJ to 

operate the Fleiohhacker Cafo, u,ao h.lH 

^ ' "*• ''*^<^ <»»'*»' U a later 
-^^ting pending further otudy of the application. 

l^mU^,^,,^ The Public ati2iue. Co.MoUn'. 
requeot for permisoion to install .|, n«,, 

action and dioposHion. 



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-•cut, releaee ef olai. again.t .r.el. neee. ,,o.OO. 
damage te park property. 

THe Seoreury «,. autHori.e. to ereoute relea.e of 

claiu ag.in.t Mr.. ...,,, ,. ,,,,^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ 

concrete bench on Marina Boulevard. 

^U^ILSta^iu^ THe Secretary ^. autHori,e. f 
e^.cut. .greoment .itH tH. Boar, of Education for u.e 
•/ leMor Pavilion ty Lincoln Eigk Sckool. 

Palace i>/ r/«^ ^^^ Mr Wm r m^ 

** '^^ '^* '^•TkompaoH^o request 

fr an opportunity u diaeumm «ww*^^ 

¥ ^o aioeueo additional recreation 

facilitieo for the Palace of Fin^ Ar*. 

^9 Of fine Artt, wao referred to 

Preoident Teller. 

THe follo.in, 2eU.r, .... ..,, „^ ,,,^^^,^ ^^ ^^^ 

Superintendentt 

**' "u.fc.r r.po,r.d aJonj the beach. 

rron the S. F. Municipal Par,, r^pjeyeee Unien 
r»<,ueeun, infcmaUen a. to whether a i, «,. ^,,,, 
./ the Par, C,..,.„.„, ^„,„„ „„,,,, ^.^^^^^^^ ^^^ 
—»„,, to »a„ . ^.,„„ „ „,.^„^,„ ,, ^^^^^^^ 

*.t«c. ./ ci„. /UM ,ith «.. Ctrcii.r.. ,/^,„ 

«. Hi. car .»„ . ,.„ ,^ ^,,„ ,^^^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^ 

"•xi . re,ue.t fro. the City Attorney fer an inoe.ti.atL 
and report U hi, off ice. 

».t<e. ./ claim /»<, „,« w. Controii.r'. office 

«»y ./ <f„ap.. to etreet lighting catle,, tl33.50. ty 
Park employeeo. 



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From htt Sonor tA< ««•... . 

<n au„a r,.ta i-art. "^ ^i-Wr.«,, 

•* (^n«»i, Square. 

rrom J0M€9 J. Kelly, Captain «? r r. r. 
thanking the Commiaminit <*-» *^ 
r^eent Fire ffou.e Holiday Dieplay. 

rron Mre. Evelyn Treat a.king tHat San rrancisce 
par* property be left intact. 

S^MS^^ THe Secretary preeente, tHe folU.ing Md., 

Alternates 



BIDDER 

Slvin CStendell 
Alfred F. Pieher 
yllnite^DeNarde 
^^•Forstmeyer C». 
LmA £.rmanuel,Tnc» 
Payne Conetr. Co. 

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Clinton !■. Oalway 
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LOMF 




$38,S27 
39, 949 
43,116 
43,595 
43,891 
43,961 
48,773 
49,116 
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13,337 SI, 955 

13,239 23,952 

\3,724 24,908 

13,417 23,908 

13,847 25,248 

14,599 24,610 

15,192 26,641 

17,103 26,719 

19,990 27,225 

19,000 31,000 



4,577 

4,646 

4,484 

5,078 

4,79? 

5,406 

4,740 

S,294 

5,995 

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^.Arian Conatruction 55,388 

on ..t,.„ ,^, .,,. .„, „^,^^^^ ^^^ /,ii..;,, 

re»elutton aa* aioptedt 

RESOLUTinn y/i, jff^ 
BESOirn unantmou»ly ty «, Park Co«,..|„ t;^, 
« contract te a^r^,, t. Elotn C. St.nd.ii for iK, 
con,truction ./ t.. California Cent.nnial BuilOin,, 
«» ^.rt.»out» S.uar.. Sa. rranci,co. an, t». secretary 
*e «n. »e .. Herety .ut.or,.,, to .„cut. «H. ,„, ,, 
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^«r*, t, «„ej,j, «,p.,,„p^,, location «<... 



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'«"'"^^-=^5MS^=i7rSinS? .ar» Co ,„ ,,,. 

for pro/e99ional aeruic^a ±m /,.. / ^ 

t^tc^a ta cona<at a/ Me follorvingt 

Prepare Master Plan for th^ w 

-^^^ ^<"* t'i* development of the 
Rhododendron and rem Dell». 

Compensation for such aeroicea n^± *. 

orri/jcea not to exceed the 
aum of $1,500. 



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_RESOLUTIOM HO^ ifiQo 

; "'"*"" " '"' " "-'"y --M,.. to ..tor .,e, 
" "" "'' * ^" '»- - ^"'aV o, tH, Par, Co„,.. 

'»-». t.. ua,n sunun,, „„ ,,,« ,,,,,,„ ^^^^ ^^_ 



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R«8*No^ Garden and ±m *u^ 

-.w ^ f5,000, payable in advanet 

««« In addition thereU a . . ' 

•»-»•», in €XO0M9 0/ #5,000. 

jk-^-x ^o^^iTAjj, th9 Secretary <« 

*• •"*"*• *'^' apr*«*nt and to rf. 

; ;• '^•^•••^^'' - — -- - .-• -//ec. ta t.e 
PurpoMe 0/ thie resolution. 



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»nt« and #x«cttte an oor#*M--* * 

p , «Pret*tnt /.r and f» ft^^aJ/ of the 

^*'*^*''"*'<»« /or ,uc;i ••ru<c## n«* *. 

'wrvtceo not to exceed the 

9im 9/ $950.00. 




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Approval 

of 1949" .^_. ^ 

^^^^^^^^r i949.i950 «,, approi,ed and adopted. 



^2imiT^LDENT^S_REP0RTt 



THe 10. bid received fro. r.. Uclntooh . Son. in 
tHe amount of $4,774.00. for the construction of 
Chinpaneee House at the S.r.Zoological Gardens, a. 
accepted by the Department of Public Wor.s . their 
Job. No. 725. was approved. 

on the recommendation of the Superintendent, the 
informal bid received coverin, the installation of a 



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''-/wiy, fn t^tf amount 0/ #JS5.00 
»•• appr«v«d« 

;"*"' *-«-t.u.i, ..« ,., ,.,,„„^ ^^ ^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^ 

reporu 

^^MUc^^arJu TH. Sup,rinUn,.., „, „«».,„„ 
*. "Ploy an M.p.c*.r ,, co,,.c.<„ „„, «,. ,.^,,. 

6y t^e next •e#t<ny. 



Aquatic 
Parki 



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i^mrSed, ^^^"^ ''*"*^ "* /wrther 6u«<n*«a 



CommiBaion, the meeting adjou 



to come be/ore the 



rned at 6fl5 p.m. 



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'William sTmTf^ 
Secretary 



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Regular 
Meeting t 



J*?/''^'»^<»«o, CaltfornU 
February 9, 1949 

i regular ...«„, .^ ,,. ,,,, C.„,...„ «.. ,.,, 

Fark, San Franc faeo, 

nt /,ll,.ins Comnt.,ton,r, ».„ pr.„,t, 

i^r, Jr^d 25. Porr 
Absent, Mr. Michael J. Buckley 



Minutes 
Approved: 



McLaren 

Park: 



The ntnuu, of tA. Park Co.M..,.„ neettng *.W 
•"""'"'' ^«' "«. »"« «PPr.ued and adcpt.d. 

4££iar£i2art, r^. re,u*.* of Hi, nonor tHe Uayor 
thai JurU,utUn ,/ cty ..„.d real properUe, 
«c,u«red /,r ^»*„ McLaren Park in A,.e„er'e Bl.ck 

*».. 6000, eooi. eoo2. eo.e. eo^, eo,a. an, eo,9, 

». tran.f,rr,6 /re. tHe Park VeparUeni to t., 5o, 
mncuco ^M/,., ScHool l>i.trict /.r u„ ., « „,, 
/.r . ,.. junior M^H .c,,ol. for ,v ,« 0/ /ii.ooo. 
•a. appr.„.d, an, tHe Secretary .a. outHori.e, u ,ake 

the necessary arrcngenenfs fmr *h<- *• 

yc p-iT* j^sr this transfer with the 

Director 0/ Property* 

S»L''M-^aU_Park,Jia^iu^ ". prop,„<, ,cHe,uU 

/.r tHe 294S polo .,a„„ ,„ tHe GcUen Oat. Park sta.iu.. 

«. prepare, ty .'o.,l.Mon*r B.rcut an, Mr. Jo.epH R. 

Mickey, was approved, 
l^r^r'Sl. Per^el, THe Superintendent reporte, tHat He Ha, 

n»t receioe, any ^r^rtHer info^aiion en tHe re.ui.ition. 
'UHHel, ty tHe Uayor', Office, for a foreman an, out- 
foreman gar,ener. THe Matter .a. referre, U Pre.t,ent 
Teller for further investigation. 

tptVl?ria ^'-"^ii^-^-^^'-J&fJ^d^uaia, THe re.ueot of t., 

il_2i:lioj5an rrancieco Federation of Arto to «t.i, 

». *rto to v<t(t propae, titeo 

/.r tHe U,na.t.ry Santa Uaria ,. Ouila, u>itH Menler, 



(^•G.Park 
Stadium t 



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Stadium f 



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Parki 






« *••'•'»# »a« put outfr -tm m 

«uuu««jMaiMa. ne decretory ^a, authoriM^a t. 

purcna90 #/ a» much of -th^ r- ^ 

oj tne Frederick <?-*»..^ 

^•a*# • portion 0/ McLaren Park f.r . . . 
-^^rejeoud. '''' '^^ ^ ^<>^^ <^ri,in, ran,. 

^ .to^^ar*. r;^, ^„^^^^ ^^^^^ 5oc<et<e. or 

^"'^ ^--c.oco'a re,ue.t for permi.,,,^ . 

^ permiiaion to uae the band 
concourme and *u^ ^uao 

/.r per,,,.,,, ,. „„ .. ^ ^ '"*' ^'"'•' '•'"•* 

»• «« the band concour,, f,r the 

""*'"'" '' """' ^— »" .a. o„ .„„..,, ,„, , 
wao granted. ^^ ' 

^^^'iiiH-Eari, m Secretary «,. ».«..,,„<, ,. 
«V.n. the .e,art,..t o, C,ty nan.u, that the Par, I 

'"'■*""' pr„p,„„ .,,<,,„,„^ ,,^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ 
'-^'-' ^'^ -"'^'^^^"^ ^Uh the de.eU^.„, ,, ,,^^^,^ 

Southern Pacific Company f.r th^ r , 
tni» aroo. 

il^^iS^CruUer^^an Francisco " ri.- o 

Eiaco . The Superintendent 






iL-cJ^cor* '-^-^^*<' *^ ^-^iude .n the 194,.Z0 tud.et. a. a 
supplemental .....^t, the su. o, ,1,.000 f.r the 



erection oj a memorial to ana indue in.^ the ^n. 

U ^ <: ^ , '^-'J* t;iff bridge o/ the 

i^. S. S.truieer ^San Francisco "«**,. 

.- . ,, ancMco at the approximate ,ite 










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•'■'••■ t»e Deputy ctt„ i«* 

/»i*d by Amy Sutteu, is'> q. ^ 

. ^ . • "^^ *'^'"^^* *« auto«o5<2e tu 

from the Clerk of the fl*>,,^ . 

*^ * ■'•^«y, /dr street Tree Pinr,** 
Street. ^^^nting on California 

The folUioing letters were rea^ . ' 

^^ '^^'^'^ <^'^ ordered fil^d, 

<./ Sc.u,.n an. n.rri, CaUrU., c„p„,. 

cation for uie of Kt,ar -t^^. 

"•' ^'"' •'oa-jtitn Coantu. urni„„ , 

to ,,. .. , ' ' ' ''"^oratU c,n,(^„ation 

f^rom Supervisor Gen r -%. ^ 

..7 ^^ ' college, urging favor, 

^ble consid^^ration to st. Ifar,' , ->„ „ 

^<^n s ^ou^ge.urxiyersity of 






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Oregon appHcati 



f'rom the Down To 
0/ Angel laland, 

f^rom the Superint 



on to use Keaar Sfadi 



«« on September le. 



fon Aaaociation urgi 



ng acqutaition 



«nc2oaing communi 



indent. Recreation Depart^, 



ent^ 



cations dealinc wi 



eatablish playground 

rrom J. H, Turner, J/a 
better to the Creatlake 



/acilitie 



5 with proposals to 
« in Buena Vista Park, 



* ^^"^ager o/ Utiliti 



*», copy of 



relative to proposal tha 



Boulevard be 



Property Owners Aaaociation, 
ight'O/^way in Sloat 



t th 



e r 



conv 



erted into a planted 



from United Heli 



park strip, 



coptera In 



miaaton for use of the Man 



^•g thanking the Com^ 



inaugurating th 



e tran 



SCO 



3e(. 



na area for ceremoni 
ntinental trip of the ".^ 



es 



ill 



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Exte 

of Time.* 



Asians The follomi^ 



^9 eztenaiona of ti 



Pet 



er^en Construction 






»/ Big Rec Bleachers, ninef 



«<? were granted: 



Ccfrpany, conatructi 



on 



een 



The Dun 



dayt 



cans 



on-Farrelson Company, 



Tacht 



a'»rf driving new piles at 7a 



grnding, paving 



K'^rbor: 



Tacht .7ir^ 



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schedule for 7, 



fsr Tacht ,v, 



aroo. 



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,; 'f 



•itchis-^n ani 



cht Farbor, sixty days 
soundings chart ani berth 
•# a» prepared by Punieit 



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Pay* 



•j wert 



At the a 



appro vsd and 



**9yeati^'^ ^r j/, 



ac 



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£nut 



Plm9re ffut>>hi 



^in^cr, it aas dec tied 



son 



to makt 



United Stat 



^sGooernn./jnt <^i 



appUcati9n t« tht 



o nea Itcation som 



••^^ad line t9 
than it prtsf 
^occmplish the ext^nsfn 



ar a p^rn it t 



» extend 



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f''^ /e^t f 



irth^r north 



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■r arr^ngem 



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« that 



^ill 



>«■ ui,\-i h'arbor. 



At tht 



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conclusion of th, 



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c->: + 



^rL^r. the 



plan 



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'"SfsalDn "xprsas'l I 



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at ion shown th^ Pc 



» /or the J'i 



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f'f Department, r.,«<- 



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ftiontfr Parr 




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a9k«d that thii 



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"iinut^o »/ th 



appreciation be re/lected 



* "meeting and Pn 



in thi 



pointing to th 



aident Tell 



* nan 



y ioaya in which Ui 



^r concurred, 



gratuitously per/ormei 
beyoni the terns of hi 3 

Award of Ar,.,^i 

Contracts. ^^^^^^^-^-l^UUJiepa i 



f^utchia»n had 



'•^ork for the Park D 



(Apartment 



contract*, 



Lsto R 



Secretary pr^aent^d 



ec 



the /o21o'j}ina bid 



■-':^lmi.Pifr^ Th, 



at 



Pealy Tibbitti 
£on3tructi 



on Co, 



Lump Sum: $148,^00.00 
^^^^rnatea: 1^134,700.00 



2- 
3- 
4- 
5- 



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2*50 

IS, 00 

160.00 

• IS 

90.00 

10.00 

3,00 



On the r 




Cotton dul 



econinendation 3/ tht 



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^'-y made and seconded 
'^os adopt'>dt 

RESOL^ 



Superintrndent and j 



n 



* ^'•^ folloiDing reaolut 



i»n 



r-SS-L7ED unanimously by the Pa 



a contract he au,,,rd 
Market Street, Sa^ 



rk Commitaiorx tha* 



>a *<» BKN /7- .^rprr 



'an^ i ^. 



^ecre 



at io-i Pirr. 



BERWICK, IKC.^ 
cojering repairs t 



112 
o th e 



Secft 



.a tic Park, San Fr 



'^ry be ind h 



'<3nc I SCO, and th, 



*" 19 



same in the name 0/ 
therefor shall 



herfiby aut\orised 



the Park 



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^ot exceed th' 



to execute the 
-'"» i thai payyi^nt 



BE IT rURTHER RESOLVE. 



sum of Sll4,3a?,00, 



is hereby 



•^ that t\ 



requested to 



■stroller be and 



$114,337,00 from Arpropri 



^pprooe the allotment of 



tion 



al 



^i«r Rehabil 



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itatiy.i 



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a.or.tary pre.ente,, tHe folU^Ug tid., 



Lump 

Sum: $86,650,00 

Altera 

nateat (a) 16,700.00 
Ct; 31,400.00 
C<:J 44,600.00 
C<i} 63,200.00 
(*; 79,115.00 



$86,730.00 



17,910.00 
33, 790. 00 
44,500,00 

59,370.00 
76,930.00 



On the recommendation af -fh^ c? 

a^»on 0/ the Superintendent and on 

motion duly made and seconded the r.ii ■ 

"ea, tne following resolution 
toaa adopted: 

RESOLUTION fin ^ fryf,^ 

« contract te entered into u,UH ASSOCIATED E,OU;ekS 

covering the instillation or an tm ^. 

oj an irrigation ,y,te». Unit 

"0, 2 ( ,nd Part) and Unit ,., ,, ,„,,,„ ,^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ 
t^. Secretary ,e and Ke i, hereby au.^.ri.ed U e.ecuU 

the same in the name of the Pa-k c^mmr v 

"J t^e ^o,» Conmiaaion and that 

payment tHere^cr in t,e a.o.nt of t,,,e70 (AU-rnate d) 
»' pari /ro« Appropriation 31,.5C0.C, (,aUr Supply and 
Irrigation System)^ 






Street Trfe Flan-Hn,-^ -7/* 
Secretary presented the following bid^, 

Lump S um 

^r!^?'r^ n""**'* ^uraeri.a Inc. 
^-J^-iSti^e^Dunn Company 

ffuettig A Schromm 



Unit 

$20,474.00 $14.95 
13,129.53 Ja.95 
14, 063. 33 30.12 



On the reconnendation of the S n^rin* «^ . 

^'j tie ii^perintendent and on 

fnotion duly made and seconded th^ fr^Ti^ ■ 

^oiaea, the follo^i^.^ rrailutien 

»as aioptedi 

RESOLUTION NO^ i-ynj 

'^^'^ ■ ^ unanimously by the Pirk -/,,,,./ / 

¥ y V ip i-^TH s^ommiaaion that 



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Res^Mo. a contract hm .«*^- ^ . 

e«.»,f. , ""* •/ *»» ■Part 

/J0,<7«.00 {>( paid /-ro. i "^ 






fTuettig and Schromm 3,497.00 le.9S 

4,S72.31 22.32 

On the recommendation o/" yj,- c 

^-^ *^' ^•'P^r^nt.ndent and on 
tion duiTy B^w- f 



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<iuiy »iade and 



aeo 



«>tt« odopiedi 



onded, the /ollo^tnj resoluti 



on 



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xlc^nl:?* ^Jilli-ll^lccoaat,. a„ th, r„»,.„,,t( 



^''^'"'*^''^'-*'*'"/«"o»'»V- d.i,„«„, 



o« •/ tfte 



referred f the 



occounft !cere 



5u-*aa V2?*nng„ent H.ven^ei 



Chae. L. Hughet 
Forrest A. Gardener 



$50.00 
20.00 



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I Harbor: 



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ncHX^Fartor. On tHe reoo..enciaUon of tHe Director 
•f recreational AcUoiUes, .He foUo.iny TacHt Harbor 
Mooring License was approuedt 
NAME or APPLICANT 

W^ i". Jeff era 



^ERTH NO, Mxyi; q^ j.^^^ 

101 



Resolution^i On moti 



on duly made and 



aec 



reaolutioni 



ended, the foUowi 



Res, No, 
1694: 



oere adopted: 
RESOLUTION NO, 



ny 



1694 



RESOLVED unanimousl 



for the beet int 



y by the Park Comrnisaion that 



department th 



ereet and proper conduct of 



tht 



"ark 



e Controller be 



arii 



to approve the follovjing PATL'ENTS,' 



is hereby requested 



2JMARA_±STEWART 



Final Payment -~ F 



and Controls at th 
WELLNI 



ideating System and N 



r 



onservatory 



ev B'>ilers 



$796 



• u( 




ilitation of Murphy 



Park 



'^^miA_PACTrjc_j;ri- T::s:;RArci cn 



Pu 

m A 3 SI'S : 



one -half inier-Vt 



'or's Ploc^ CI 



m and to Lot 2 



''#o66«5( 



S50,00 



^eUey, required for McLaren Pa 

Concerts - .^zr-u-ri: 1040 

^2MZC_ARirrnEL CAR '-r/jr'- 
Armsred c'ar Servici^'.-^VuVru'l 

Pjm'j-TT, pap;,;: ,;/ 
First Progress Pavm 



rojr. rioren 



rk. 



ce 2, 



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ry 1949 



F'J 



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iatrr Plan 



ent - P 



T" ^ * ■• •• 



Of th* San 



'2nd Re, 



/--rition of 



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yifst p 



royregs Fayr, 



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"TERHAL 






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'Uary 104. 



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147, 



350,00 



3 J 266,67 




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S'part^ent the Controller te anrt t . 

to „n„. ' ^"''"^ '■'lusted 

622^500.62 



812,500,63 



312.500,93 
Q12.112.01 
S12.112.02 
312.118.03 
QIS. 112.04 
Q12.111.01 



ion 

(Aquatic Park Pi^r Kll ^. Seruicea 
Seruice) ■'''spection 

Street Tree Planting 

^oi doya . General DivisUn 

r^oix^jaya - Recreational DiviaiBn 
Alloroance for Ooertime . Genlrll 

division 



S, 500, 00 
3,365,60 
^,700,00 
550.00 
2,100,00 
1,000,00 



From 

Appropriation 

612.500.07 

Street Tree Planting 

o2::.P^0.C2 
I'ai'-rials d- Supplies 



XM!{srERs 

to 



500. CO 



Appropriation 

312.500.93 ij^ -,. ^„ 

^^treet Tre, Pl^tiny ^i^,0.3.^p 

31^.400. 02 „, ^^ 

Sguip'n^^^^ 2,0 rtviEicn * 



M^CLUTlON^M^^jpoc 
^ESOLV,, unanimously ., 7J Par, Co.^Usion tHat 

'^'''''^^^^^^^r..ta..prop.rco.,.atoftn.Park 
yart.ent, t.e Cor.r.ller .. ... ., ,.,,,^ ,,^^^^^^^^ 

*« approve the following lOJiT^CI^T^. 
W,0. 



Jl2j^ LEPAf.-'^^T 



££SCIiZPTi:K 



AMCU.VT 



-^03 Purchasing Denar-UP em 'V^-r,,*. 

e.i*u/ SLOT otTc icff3, etc. 



1697' 



irsOLUTICA^j j^^^ 



/or r) 



»'«^ t»f St • . , si a 



approve *h-^ 



iy by fHe r.r^ Cor.-^i,sion tkat 
- rr:^.r condu'^ o/ the Part, 
^ -"c 13 hereby requested to 

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ORDER FOR 
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^^CRIPTIOM 



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RES0L7EV unanimously tu the Pnri. - 

y an, is H.rety autkorUe6 U enf.r ir.to 

proc;(dinp fnsp^cffan service f^r tH 

the J/urticipal Pf** „a ^ 

*/-ai Fier at Aquatic Park, f^ot a* v^. v 

» J 'OX o^ YQr, Ness 

Avenue, San Francisco, raUr^rrin 

auch serviceB not to exceed ffc, 

*'<^^«tf the sum 0/ $2,-no.oo. 

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RFSOLVEl. unanimous] 



y that the Park Commissi 



hereby apr^oces the request . ^ 5, m . . 

, "^ ^"'^' ^'"'^-''^ <^^<^ Barton 



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and . „ ^o««ta3<oa and barton !farri. - 

and Solly Schunan. 



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•" to £i„(, „-. st„^,jj 
f.r..„ .. ^"^^/ornia C.nt.n.ial ButUin,, u 

b^ nn-i I. . ^* Secretary 

there/or in the amount of £36 227 an . 

^j P^t,^27t00 be paid from 
Appropriation dlS.9l5.01. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that th. r . 

^"^^ *^« Controller be 
and ia hereby TeaueA±^A 4 

p3a, 237.00 fr'Mn Ar^r^r. . '' 

. /r_. .p,ropr,at.-.. ai2.Sl5.01 for the abo .e 
^escribed contract. 



The ;iboue resolution 
adopted by the Park 



reacinda Resolution fie. 1 
<^oi.miesion (j,i jan 



591, 



"<^'"y 26, 1949. 



Supt, 



The Superir^fendent reported, 

That the J^aru Ta-'lnr p 

^^y ^a.lor ^.ariaJee begue^t fund in the 
amount of tl2 '>^,^ -p u , . '^ ^ ^n tne 

. Cl3,.....e ,a,i been receiu.d fro. the Wells 
^^'go Bank and Union Trust -^^n . 

^rust .ompa^.y and requested per^ 

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7"" " "" ^''"^^ ^-- — o« to .<.n„ ... 

'"ark and pioci'i- fi.*«^ 

■t ^-- 6 he had rer^^iu^'i /, ,. , 
-.-,.„, . ■■'"'''''•"'" ^^'"^'^' 200 director 

--'06i5, Sanarillo, Ca2 I ' -^f. -.. 

V .1^3. ,he matter was put 
9ver for further study. 



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the City Planni. n '^^ettng set by 

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^hat he had conferred with . 

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<"*w joretien superuiain-, ^ 

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.rd^red. '*'" '""'^- ^* »<" " 

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G.lri n Anglers' Flyca^ing Lodo. 

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^vmm\a9ien, app«ar«d and 

af»*d that rrankUn 5guar#. ifl*M ««w . 

vu»r», ^otA and Bryant ^«rt«tt 

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appropnau official action .».„ *,, Recreation Co.. 
■*"*•» "'»«t««d a formal requtot, 

SUiZ^ THo Ojoa Foundation; ro,u„i that tK, 

«. t»e Superintendent t, ascertain ,HetH.r ..„,.. ,. ' 

f>u<tg,t With wnich u do thi, Mr». 

SS^^SSSsif.JachxCij,^ *o..r.. Faul Bender 
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fro Of t3,,00 for tHe inotallation of pile, at tH.ir 

"onng opace at TacHt Barbor. T,„..„,, ., «,, „. 

P">ditur. Had not teen .„«or„.<. *, tHe far, Counio.ion, 

**« requett mat denied, 

nS!Sir_Center. TH. San rranci.cc rioter SHo^', 
re,ue.t tHat a garden c.ntor t, conotructed in Golden 
<foU fan «., diocuooed and referred to tHe Superintend. 
*nt for inveotigation and report. On ..t«o» duly mado 




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te.n iv.m*d t/l.. til. uatUr ./ pr.po.., a^,,,.. ^., 
aan rrancuco at r.rt Tun.Un and th, P»i«c* 0/ /in. 
Art. .0. ».• 6*/T. t^ Eou.. and 5.naf and t;ia« 
FranoU l...lUg Jr.. tH. City'. Ugi.lattv, r.pr.. 
••ntati^e in Wa.Kington. muU k..p tH. CouMi..i.n 
informed at to further depeUpmenf. 

ilSSJLltadijm^ The Stadium Corporation*, 
regueot for an opportunity i. prooont propooal for the 
concoooion at X.,ar ^tadfn. mao referred t« Preeident 
Teller. 

^iiSiiaJltlifiJPark^ Repreeentative. of the 
Committee for Playground in Buena fl.ta Park appeared 
inquiring a. fa the pooeitilitieo of creating a play 
area in Buena fi.ta Park. After a full diecueeion, and 
on motion duly made and eeoonded, a oupplemental tudget 
requeot, in the amount of $10,000 mao approved, with 
which a euroey mill be made of the park. 

£ra»f C<^y Run^ The San f^raneioeo Junior 
Chamber of Commerce', request for permi.oion to noo a 
portion of Golden Oate Park through mhich the Annual 
San rranci.co Croe. City Race mill be run on May 2, 
vat granted. 

Uni.n ^quarot The Salvation Army*, reque.t for 
P9rmi..ion to hold outdoor eerviee. in Union Square 
during Boly Week, April 11 U 14, Mt y ran tod. 

gQJdon ggto Park Stadium. Repre.entative. of 
the Truck Omner.' Aa.ociation appeared and reque.ted 
frmio.ion to uoo the Golden Oate Park Stadium for a 



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Or,up f„ p.mU,ton u cut a,d <.«.cord /,.. .,..j„t„ 
*r,,, ,««,, t». ^rayu. Str*,t or.«. 

i».?«..f /r,. x„t*,r WionUff /,r per.<„«., t, 
Pi.«t *« tr.,. ,„ /r.»t ,, lot at lase^th i„„,«. 

«.9u..« /r.. JTr.. o„„ r. Jfyrlc* «ot t», «,t, 
o* to, unnt, court, i« ,«.„ rj.^o far* », repaired. 

rik. /oii«Up l,turt w,r, rcod omj ordered 
/Uedr 

m« C7r,o»er i«a»o» Z.pre»„e»t i..oc««t«,» 
pr.te.*<.p toe eeJJi.j ./ .„, j„^«,„ ./ *ci.re« /.r». 

^o« CKarU, A, Hulm,, ee««ei.d<iiff t»e Part 
a*partmtnt on «ft. «,rt ietng p,r/or»ed en Si.».e« 

StaUM thanking the Commi,Mion /.r p^mttting th. u.. 

•/ **• C<u<c Center Pio#a on the opening day o/ Mational 
Security Week, on rebruary 12. 

Copy of letter from Punnett, Paree s ffutchioon 
to the Diatrict Engineer, United Stateo Army, relative 
to the rental of Klectronie Sounding Equipment and 
Poreonnel. 

rrom the Council af City EmpUyeeo pretesting 
animal act conceeaion at the Zoo. 



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i?««oJtttlon iM« ado^tfdf 

BE80LVTI0W MO^ t*»tj 
^ISOXrjD unani«ott.2|f 6y th. Park CommUBUn 

that a contract 6t ontertd inu with Anchcr Po.t 

Product, covering the inotallation of Chain Link r,nc. 

at the Polo rio24, OoUon Oat. Park Stadium, San 
Praneioco, and tho Soerotary be and he i. hereby 
authoriMod to execuu the oame in the name of the Park 
Commieeion and that payment therefor in the amount of 
$2,060.50 be paid from Appropriation 828^913^04 j 

(Beplacement and Reconotruetion) Polo Field - Second 
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reoolutiono were adeptedt 

RSSOLUTIOM MO^ I'^ ^f 
RSSOLWSD unanimouoly by the Park Commiooion that 
for the boot intereot and proper oondiict •/ the Park 
Department tlk# Controller be and io hereby requeoted 
to approve the following oamentf i 



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BESOLVED unaniMouoly ty t%. Park Commio.ion thai 
for tho boot imtoroot and proper oonduot oft ho Park 
VopariMont tho Controllor bo and io horoby ro.uootod t. 
appro vo tho following WORI CEDl&Si 

W.O. 

MO. DEPARTMKMT 

406 Dopt. Public t^orko 
(Bureau - Street 
Ropairo) 



40f PVRCEASIMG DSPT. 
(Reproduction 
Bureau) 

403 8. r. Water Dopt. 



DSSCRIPTIOM AMOUWT 

^t»o. Aophalt Sur- $150.00 
facing ao required 
O.O.Park A Small Parko 
and Square and Mioe. 
Soroieeo - April. May 
4 June 1949 

Blueprinting, PhoU- 85.C0 
•tat oerviceo, etc. 
Oon'l Divioion - April 
May A Juno 1949 

M^ioe.Soroiooo - Oon'l 50.00 
Divioion - April, 

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42a Dopu Pub2U 

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423 Purchasing Dept. 
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^Pri2, May A Juno 2949 



Stationery and Offtom 
S^uPp2ioo - Oonerli 
I>ivi9ion, Apri2, May A 
June 2949 

^oo. Sorvicoo, Ropairo 
U Squipment, «tc. 
aonera2 Division 
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and 50 castings for 

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THE SVPEHINTEMDEMT REPORTSDt 
That the May Day Ce2ebration .ouid be he2d on 
Saturday, May 7, 2949, in lesar Stadium. 

That the Ca2ifornia Spring Garden Shorn had 

requested the Park Dopart^mn-t ♦« «^-^^ . 

"wparxment to participate in its 

•how at the Oak2ami Garden Show Center. It mas so 

ordered. 

That a visitor at the Zoo2ogioa2 Gardens had 
been c2a^ed by a bear and mas seriously injured. 

That it mas necessary to install a new c<r- 
oulating mater puMp in the bathhouse at the PleisHhacker 
Pool and that the funds for this installation mould be 
requested as a supplenentary budget item. It mas so 
ordered. 

That he had received a request from the Golden 
Oate Dachshund Club Inc., to hold a dog shom at the 
Golden Gate Park Stadium, but that inasmuch as the 
Commission had adopUd the policy not to allom dog shoms 



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^ommenaea that the requeet be denied. 

It »a« to ordered. 

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r»at », Kad r.c*l.,d ., ..ttaot. /r,» Mr. T, 
M. oral,,,, Engtn»r, tM tke e..i ./ comtrucU.g . 
..»«,..«. .t,«.., <,« «^ ^.. ^.,, ^, appr.„.,t.i, 
/is, 000. 

root h. »«d r.o,*,ed . r.,M,t/r«« *r.. 3r.c. 
J'.r.s., r..Jt,r, u *.». .,,r «. property .« «,. j.r. 
0/ ifor»,« ami C<,rt„U A„,nu,. /or th, purpo,, ./ 
<i»v,l.ptng it into a park ar... r,a,.,o» .. tM, 
prop.rt, u ,0* d..,r«61. for park purp,,,,, tK, r.,...« 

J^at Me 5unr<at Easter Seruicee would be held 
at Mount Davideon on SaeUr Sunday, April 17. 



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There being no further bueineee to come be/ore 
the Commieeion, the meeting adjourned at 6, OS p.m. 



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March S3, 2949 

A regular meeting of the Park r«— * ^ 

¥ ^j *rt» ^arK Commieeion waa held 

•» Wedneeday, Maroh 93. 1949, 4 d m <• i/ r 

*»•», « P«»», im McLaren Ledge, 

Golden Odte Park, San rrancieco. 

The /blleiptng Cowmiaeionere mere preeent, 

*'^* refer Bercut 

Mr. Michael J, Buckley 

^r. Wm. M. Co f /man ^ 

Mr. Fred D. Parr 

The minute M of the regular meeting of the Park 
Commiesion held March 9, 1949, .ere approved and adopted. 

MoLoren^lark^ The Secretary presented the follom^ 
ing letter from the Director of Property: 
• CITT AND COUNTT OF SAN FRANCISCO 

REAL ESTATE LSPARTMENT 
March 14, .$49 

"b'^V*^*-^-^*** ^i'^one. Secretary 
Park Commieeion 

San Prmc.aco 16, California 

Apprai.^al 200 Acrea More or Leaa 
Lio^jed McLaren Park Area 

*'Dear Mr. Simon at 

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The following ia in anatoer to your letter of 

ll aa"i?l''A '^^^' *\reference u' the above au{ject. 
In aaid letter you asked for an appraisal of ^•''*'^* 

hTeTuVlVnii ^^^ ""'''' '^ ""^'^ property\>h<ch you 
MalMcllrln p ^? " Zl^ entitled Property Acquirement 
1ia?/^n r/"r** ^'''" ^^^ '**^'*** ^"-^ divided on 
lark.T^'^n''^ *•'' por-<on«, the northerly portion 

portion marked 50 acrea more or leaa. 

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— . ^J*^»<""*''«'-JV ISO acre,, accordtng t» our 
ealcuJott.n c.nto«n. on ar,c »/ 16S lcre» mor, or 
j-csa. uf that 165 acrea, 

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67 acrea ia City owned property 

53 acrea privately owned property 

46 acrea liea within preaent atreet areaa 

T?I '^''''w '■*^'»*<«'»**« J<55 acrea alao includea 13.7 
acrea which we understand will be released to the 
Bcara of Education. The southerly portion referred 
to ^y you aa 50 acrea containa 52.7 acrea which 
includea the atreet areaa. 

* . ^* ^'our opinion that the 67 acrea, including 
the appurtenant and adjoining atreet areaa haa a 



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SVOENE J. BIORDAM 
Director of Property 



Preeident Teller informed the Commioeion that he 
had been informally apprised by Board of Education 
officials of their inUreet in the poeeible utilieation 
of portions of McLaren Park for school purposes* 

After considerable discussion, which mas 
participated in by Director of Property Eugene Risrdan 
of the Real Estate Department and Senior City Planner 
Francis Violieh of the Department of City Planning, 
the Commission decided that any action in connection 
loith the proposal to sell a portion of McLaren Park 
mould seem inadvisable at this time. It mas further 
decided that until a compleU survey has been 
accomplished, plans for the construction of a rifle 
range in McLaren Park mould be held in abeyance* 

lexar S tadium^ On the recommendation of CommiS" 
sioner Coffman, the application received from St* 
Mary's College for permission to play a football game 
with the University of Oregon in lesar Stadium, th« 
evening of September 16, 1949, mas approved^ 



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/•r tft* *oiw.t«pi, Santa Maria it Outla, 

.t t*. Polo run on aun<,a„. MarcH 37 an^ „ ,.b,„u.nt 
daU§ voa granted* 

*r. aarfn H«rr<.. rojuo.t for pomUoion t. »,« 
t». /.od e.»e.„«,n at *»e folo Tioli bosUnUg Sunday, 
April 24 and continuing through th. .„,*» ,/ May «.. 
dtfni«d« 

OonceuioMl Coucoi^ions^ '"^ P^opooal /ro, Stoacy Catering 
Company /or th, loaoing of food and refroolmont otani, 
located in th, rioiohhackor Pool and 2oo aroa, «. 
referred ta Pretident Teller, 
Tl^iJLPeayjr T^^n Peak,, THe re.uesU fro. tHe T^n P,ak. ParUr. 
Mo. SU, Mauve Sons a/ the Golden Fe.t, and the Board 
•/ SupervUerM, that the Park Commie.ien give con.idera. 
t<.» *• the development of city property on Twin Peako 
ao a park area mas diecuoood. The Superintendent stated 
that there were no fundo for thio development and it 
mao ouggested that they be included in the 1950-51 
budget requeoU. The matter was referred to the 
Superintendent for further study and report. 
'/^'^^^ Merced- Lajce JTerced-Z-orXJlj^ajtozLire^ After a full 
r^n^on diecuooion of certain proposal, for the use of land and 
adjustment of boundaries in the Lake Merced^Port Funston 
ar#a, the Commission, on motion of Commissioner Parr, 
•oconded by Commissioner Buckley, decided that no «oue 
ohould be made concerning the Zoo Extension and the 
proposed Fort Funston acquisition until a completo 
survey could be made to determine park needo. 



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SJZ12^ ty ComMU.ion.r B.rcui and ..c.nd.d ty CounU.ion.r 

BuokUy, th. 8up,rinun<i,nt «o. in.truoUd U work out 
tk. UtaiU with tko I^tlto UtilitU. Commu.ion for th. 
planting •/ tho Municipal Ratify right of ^y on 
Sloat BouUvard, through tho io.uanco of a Work Ordor 
by th* Publio UtilitioB CommiBoion. 

St, Mary'o S<juaro , Par..i v. , i^, ^ho propooal 
for tho purohaB0 of lot adjacent to St. liary'^ Square, 
presented by Oini Mabel Der and lim Genevieve Der, »«• 
coneidered. After a full diecueeion and on motion of 
CommiBBioner Bercut. eeconded by Coumiaeioner Parr, the 
following reeolution was adopUdt 
RESOLUTIOM NO^ 172^ 
RESOLVED unaniMouely by the Park Commieaion that 
the Secretary be and ie hereby authorieed to requeat 
the Director of Property to prepare an ordinance U be 
presented to the Board of Superuiaora covering the 
diapoaal of Parcel No. 14, on the corner of California 
and Quincy Streeta, adjacent to St. Mary* a Square, aa 
this parcel of land haa been declared aurplua by the 
Park Commiaaion, under Section 41.1 of the Charter of 
the City and County of San Francisco. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Secretary ia hereby 
author ired to perform such acta, on behalf of the 
Commiaaion, aa may be necesaary or convenient to give 
effect to the purpose of this resolution. 



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ilUMlos recommendation of the Superintendent and on motion made 
by Commissioner Bercut, aeconded by Commiaaioner Buckley, 
the suggestion of the Parkside District Improvement 



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atrip ^ro. i.t. Auenue to Par,.Pr.,,,,, p,,,,,^^ „^^ 
approu.6. THe Superintendent .as instructs, to infom 
iH. Department of Putlic Works that tHe Co..ission 
favored this improvemont. 



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Shoreline 

Planning 

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f» t». S»or.I„e Planning A„oriaUon 0/ California. 
a» pscowi.nded by Uavor Robinton. 



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Mayor to re^ppropriate $18,218.00, allocated for the 
construction of the Stow Lake Boat House and Convenience 
Station, for the construction of a convenience station 
at the Zoo% 

The Secretary infomed the Commission that the dty 
Attorney had been requested to furnish an opinion 
whether the Tuhruan bequest funds could be utilised for 
the construction of the Stow Lake Boat House and Con^ 
oenience Station^ 

BaM2lm_Parkj, The City Attorney's recommendation 
that the action on file, dated February 31, 1944, to 
restrain Charles L. Harney from doing any further ( 

excavating at the east side of Bayview Park, be dismissed, 

vas approued^ 

Jej:X£rson^quarej^ On the reconmendatton of the 



Superintendent, the request from Rev. Uelvin Earl, 
St. Paul Baptist Church, for permission to hold 
Saster Sunrise Services at Jefferson Square was denied. 



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Il£^£c^ Tht request from the Ninety^rir.i 
infantry nUUUn. OHC , to oon.uct a .rill competition 
V R.O.T.C. unit, on Pri.ay. May 13, at Big Hec, .a. 
appro utdm 

^^^Sie^Joim^. The CouMioeion autkoriMe<i the 
payment of $28.12 to WilUa. M. Toner, covering a 
claiu file, „H. tHe d,. Attorney', .^fi,.^ ^,, ,,,,^, 
f M. autonotile ty a runaway team of ponies. 

The following letters were read and referred 
to the Superintendent* 

Request from Pacific Bowmen ffuntrs for the 
construction of an indoor shooting range. 

Request from the American Broadcasting Company 
fer an opportunity to meet with the Commission ta 
discuss televising sports activities under the 
Commission's Jurisdiction. 

Request from the California Synodical Society 
Of Home Missions that the trees in front of their 
home on Deffaro Street be trl«ii«d. 

Request from Mr. D. Tufo, 2536 leth Avenue, 
fr permission to remove two trees in front of his 
residence. 

Request from Mr. E. Rusfeldt, 1219 44th Avenue, 
for permission to plant trees in front of his home. 

Request from the Civic League of Improvement 
Clubs and Associations that white parking lines be 
painted between Marina Boulevard and the bay shore. 

Requests from Mr. J. c. Spooner, 1691 Geneva 
Avenue and Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Davis, 1671 Geneva Avenue, 
that the drainage condition from McLaren Park be 
corrected. 

Request from Mrs. Mary Growney that the back 
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**7ue«t from CHa,. A. Louts that tHe space. 
/T tree, on Bayshore BouUvaM ts rsp^ire6 .r fiiu^ 
in. 

The following letters wer^ read and ordered 
fiUdt 

Communication from Mrs. Sthel J. libbs 
relative f he, proposal to J.o., the Palace of Ftne 
Arts for a roller skating rink. 

Communication from Parkside District improve^ 
ment Club endorsing the tree planting program. 

Communication from property oumers in the 
1300 block Of 37th Avenue commending the Commission 
on the improvements along Sunset Boulevard. 

Communication from the Group Work and 
Recreation Council of San Francisco, The Community 
Chest, endorsing the acquisition of Angel Island. 

Copy of letter from Director of Planning to 
Mr. Eugene J. Riordan, stating that the acquisition 
of the land adjacent to leuar Stadium is in conformity 
with the Master Plan. 

Letter from Mission Viaduct Terrace Improve^' 
•wnt Club endorsing proposed children's center at 
McLaren Park. 

Communications from the following, endorsing 
Sutro Heights as the site for the Monastery Santa 
Maria de Ovila: 

Cow Hollow Improvement Club 

Zarl las ten 

Western Women's Club 

San Francisco Women's Breakfaat Club 

Letter of appreciation from the Robert Emmet 
Day Celebration Committee. 




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letter fr.u Sup.r.Uor CHesUr R. MacPH,, r.JaUv. U 
*^* <i.ci.i.n 0/ tn. Par, CoMUis.ion concerning tH. 
r.«ut.t /or a ^ard tall <iiaM.ncl in Mi..un FarU. 
X.iter /ram Mr. Lout, Sutter. President, 
Mecreation ComMiasion, /or tke c.rdiaJ reception 
extended at tHe neetiny a/ MarcH 9, an, tke /t^.oratle 
motion an regue.i /ar tHe trana/er o/ rranUtn Square 

autHori,,i t. *«„ «, ,,„,/.« ,»,. and W.ctr.e Co-pa-, 
U «».*ruct c.rta., 1,„ «t.n.,.n. .. ,,. c.nUnnial 
ButUtng, tn Fort»„uiH Sgucr.. ,« ord.r to proofs, 
.Lctrtc «r»tc. at «, p„t„., <t.,ignated tn th, 
construction ^r„ing,, tHe e,tim,te,l eo.t ./ tM. ,«r» 
being $400^00. 

Aj:^2jyjtuM^UaeUj^^la^ On the recommendation 
0/ the Superintendent, a thirty day exteneion wa, 
granted Mr. Prentiee French /or the delivery a/ the 
faster Plan /or the Strybing Arbaretum. 

Rj^lacement of the Irrig.^i.. ^^,^^^ „^ ^ ^ 

ISIU The Secretary presented the /oUoming bidet 



Aasociated tngineera 

Wenrick dk Aeaociatea 

Fred Fairey 

Fergueon Bros. 

F* J* Treacy 

it* J* A Harold Treacy 



$3,183.00 
3,260.00 
3,400.00 
3,466.00 
3,69S.OO 
4,350.00 



On the recommendation o/1he Superintendent 
and on motion duly made and seconded, the /allowing 
resolution was adcptedt 

RESOLUTIOM Jro, 7yg^ 
SES0L7ED unanimously by the Park Commission 
that a contract be awarded to Associated Engineers 
covering the replacement o/ the Irrigation System at 
Bernal Park, San Francisco, and the Secretary be and 
he is hereby authorised te execute t he same in the 



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ommiation and that pavnent therefor 

in the a.ount ef $3,183.00 he ^u ,r.u ...ropriati.n 
BIB.913.01 (ReoonetructUn an. Replacement . Bernal 
Park Irrigation Syetem Replacement). 

gJ^gJLigiL^d Repaying .f,Jhe_j:i,Hth Av.nuf 

Intrance f Goldmn n n*. p^.w -. _ 

ai- i rarit The Secretary presented 

the /ellewing tidei i,tm£_Sjm _ »i» n,. 

ray improvement Co. 1:^96 t'Ml P/slt 

On the recommendation of the Superintendent and on 
motion duly made and seconded, the following resolution 
wa« adoptedi 

RESQLUTICK »0^ T7o^ 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission 
that a contract be entered Into M>ith Charles L. 
ffarney covering the widening and repaving of the 
Eighth Avenue Entrance to Golden Gate Park, San 
rrancisco, and the Secretary be and he is hereby 
authorised ta erecute the same in the name of the Park 
Commission and that payment therefor in the amount of 
$4,900.00 be paid from Appropriation 950^ (Mary Taylor 
Beardslee Bequest)^ 



Delinquent 
Arc-cunta: 



Tacht 
Barbort 



Del inq ue nt_AccountSj, On the recommendation of 
the Superintendent, the following delinquent accounts 
mere referred to the Bureau of Delinquent Revenue: 

John Murray $5.00 

Arlington Alexander 7.50 

Tacht Farb er Mooring Lic^^n*^^^ on the reeom^ 
mendation of the Director of Recreational Activities, 
the following Tacht Harbor Mooring Licenses were 



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ing resolutione were adoptedi 

RESCLVTT ON MO ^ ^^IS 
RESOLVED unanimouely by the Park CommiMMion 
that for the beet interest and proper conduct of the 
Park Department the Controller be and ia hereby 
requested to approve the following paymento, 

$S,554.60 






^in^l Payment - Se'ating Fa'cilitiea at 
Big Recreation field. Golden Gate Park 

MALOTT A PETERS OM 

/^f»ia2 Payment - Application of a Light 
reoriny Surface on Four Tennia Courta 
Alta PloMa and ffolly Park. 

LOTS A HAVM 

Final Payment . Construction of a ConcreU 
Sideioalk and Concrete Curb at the 5,/-, 
2oo2agical Gardens. 

PREMTISS FRINCJ 

J^irat Payment ^ Preparation of a Master 
,lan for the Developi^ent of the Helene 
Stryhlng Arborttum and Sota'xlcdl Oardena 

COLAW EEAJIVG A SHt:ET METAL 70, 
Installation of a Gas Heater in th* J,r, 
Zoological Gardens Lunch Room. 

PATSE CONSTRUCTION COM PMfT 

Third Paymenrt - Restoration and Preaerm 

oation of Amundaon's Ship "GJca''^ 



244.50 



400.16 



950.00 



185.00 



4,465.30 



RSSCIUTION NO^ 271 a 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission 
that for the beat interest and proper conduct of the 



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r«?u..t.d t, approve «, /ollo^Ug Ora.r, f,r S.rutc. 
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ORDER FOR 

SERVICE 

OR WORK VENDOR 

M Ralph Hurray 



95 General BronMe 
Corporation 



PESCRIPTION 



AMOUNT 



Band Music - 1949 May $646.80 
Day Celebration a* 
lesar Stadium 

Furnishing oj a menorial 105.00 
oronMe plaque for the 
Eighth Avenue entrance 
Golden Gate Park 



RESOLUTION NO^ 1720 
RESOLVED unanimouBly by the Park Commission 
that for the best interest and proper conduct of the 
Park Department the Controller be and is hereby 
requested to approve the /olloioing transfers to 
provide funds for the temporary employees required to 
replace permanent employees on leave without pay: 

Frmm Appro p. 812^110^01 U Appro p. 
812^119^01 ^ 



$1,250.82 



To replace Gi%vanni Mallegni, 058 
Gardener, on leave for period March 
25 to June 30, 1949 
(ReQ. T. 107S1 609.58 

To replace John Ramsgard, 058 
Gardener, on sick leave f^r period 
Mnrch PI f June 30, 1949 
(Reg. T » 1073) 641. Z4 



RESOLUTION NO ^ 17^1 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commiseion 
that for the best interest and proper conduct of the 
Park Department his Honor, the Mayor, be and is 
hereby requested to have an ordinance prepared 
appropriating $1000.00 from Appropriation 812.199.00 
(Park Compensation Reserve) f Appropriation 



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op.rat,.n ./ t^. ir.„e,pai s.,«„, ,„, ., ,„ 
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giff /-JajTCISCT rrVTPirw^L COifl^rr^rr /,,«5.e7 

»»Ta pvviatng and iecuring approDriiitm 
^oye»ifccr i, 1943 to June 30, 1949. 

RESOLUTION VO^ T»oo 
RESOLVED unanimouBly by the Park Communion 
that for the beet interest and proper conduct of the 
Park Department the Controller be and ie hereby 
requested to approve the following Work Order: 
W.O. 



yg. DEPARTITEVT 



DESCRIP VIOM 



AMOUNT 



Tile Work at the 
Aquatic Park Pavilion, 



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RESOLUTION NO^ l'>9^ 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commtosion 
that for the boot interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department his Honor the Mayor be and is hereby 
requested to have an ordinance prepared reappropriating 
$18,218.00 from Appropriation 812^00^1 (Combin-^tion 
Convenience Station and Boat Souse at Stow Lake) to 
Appropriation 812-^500^79 (San Francisco Zoological 




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C.rpTatio, «. f^rnUH , .«.r,a2 6r.,„ pi„„ ^., 
t». J««»t* i„„„, f,tra,c.. aoU.n Gate Park a.d t^at 
He r.co«.,<,., «,. „,^ .^ „,^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^_^_^^^ 

riot ^, would reju<.,t «^, tru.t«, 0/ ih, 
S.ard»l,e Bt,u„t for tH» addttUnal ,onU. ,n «. 
>>.<,ue.t /und u .«», ^.„.r «.pr.„.,„t. „ ,„,,,„, 

That he foanted authority t# calJ for Md. /or 
tH* Yacht Fartor Replacement of Pile., Gangway, and 
rioatt. It uas 90 orriered. 

That he had received a request from the R.O.T.C. 
high school tand. for pimie.ion t. play in Union 
Sguare duriny Putlic Schools Week, commencing April 
S5, and that he recommended that permission te granted. 
It teas so ordered. 

That the date of May 7, selected for the May 
Day Celebration, conflicted with the date assigned to 
the high schools for the annual track meet, and that 
it loas suggested that the celebration be held on 
Saturday, April 30. It mas so ordered. 



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There being n, further buetne,, to c,*, before 
the Cow,U,ion, the meeting aijournei ot 6,30 p,m. 



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Secretary 



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A regular .a.eting ./ the Park Co..i,sion .a. Heia 
•n We6nes,ay, April 13, 19,,, 4 p..., ,„ Udaren U,,e. 
aol'Ien Gate Park, San Trancisc9. 

The /olUioing Co'miasione r^ v,ere preaentt 



L^r* pt'iV/* ^:^^''^» President 



Minutes 
Approved i 



ir. I ich2cl J. Buckley 
iir. Fred D, Parr 
The ninufca ./ the ParV Com-.ia^ion meettns ^^H 
Uaroh 23, i:-49, uiere apprsvec and adopted. 

l2£:ilJ[mcUL2nd,Ga, ^u.. r,>:r. 2fr. ^. Elmore 



Tacht 

Harbor 

Z Bous/^''^''''"' rep..eentUy Pun.ett, Pare, an, Wutchison, 
Covej_ appeared and pr.se,. tcU prints ./ Sou.din,. Chart ana 
Topographic Juruev «/ l^unicipal Ta.ht -ariar :.nd Ga9 
Vouce Co.. On .oito^ ' :■ r.e - :on.-.i,,ion.r Bercut, 
sei^ondee ty ^ -' :,8inner J^u^kley, the prints .ere 
accented j.nd -^.Tjied, 

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postponed until a /ro 



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cr9 9^ the Commiasion on Frida 



"he President waa autho 



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'istd to present thia prelimi 



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report io the L'ayor'a Cabi^^et 
Comriaaion, and to di 



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proposed plaque waa an-^rauf^d ., », • . 

a,.,.r#ued, auh^^ct to t?;. approval 

•/ the Art Com^iaaioit^ 

^ public cert-yionj tm c, j-ht. v ^t. 

^y tt ^clebrut, the Qoy.pUtUn of 

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We concJuUd in t 



liC 



Stow La\e and th. 
ape ci/ically pr^ji 
be used /or repair 



ve^ueat nay be used 



aforementioned 



pinion that 



/or the beauti/icut 



i^mproue-nenf 0/ the boct ho 

part 0/ the /und 



ded that 



use 



^^on 0, 
ife 

Quli 



11 "^'^'^•/«''' repairs or Tr.ainte nance since fh7n.^ 



The 



ae latter i^ord 



expression ''/urther adornment 
a would indicate that it 



wa. 



hia 



iiitention that aom^thin ■--.« ^-. . ,, - • "- 

coula be used -"ir -fh^ *«^— --.,!,I ^ ^V , ^'^ *^* /unda 



t 
house 



9r the improoemcnf. 0/ 



y '.'jy als9 be used /or th 



e construction 6 



the boat house 



a o 



o->a' 



Tou 



''L7?;:y!r!.'*'f'-^:^^*^-^^'^* ^^0-id th. Pa 



'"omjnisaion believe that 
J9rCs 0/ Webster':^ A%?^ 



'i-^'tcd abO"e) ujould enilellish 
aauantage tr render it mo 



a neu) boat h 



OUSff 



(to 



rk 



j-nt-rnati^r^^j jictio 



use 



na\ 



y as 



•r Doull 
9j the Park 
/or thic 



^ Park 9r set ii o// 



J-dd to the beautu, sdI 



re plea sin J or attract 



rpo^e 



Al/re 



finisr or 



lue 



<- Fuhrtnan bequest n.ay b 



■i ttrac t iueness 



€ used 



ip0e 



/ / 



tfulZy submitted, 

Di'^n 1 
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Tolti 



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ity Atto r key 



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lasi^n 



'n x9Li9n duly ^i ^e by Comriss 



seconded 
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iU i'^'it A ?r,et,vaJ hearing aa« n«2d 



Keaar 

StadiuMt 



Tr9§ 
Planting 

P»U and 5t.,,,<.„ str.rt,. j„.,,,.,,;, „ ,,^^^ ^^^^ ^^ 

«.*.,« dui» ^a.J, i, C.,»M„,.„,r Parr. „co„ded ty 

i» call /tr 6<dfi, 

r.^ar Jtu^i.^ , i>n motto/, of Cc-nmisaioner CofJ>.an, 
aec.nded l^y Commissioner Sercui, ik. action 0/ the 
Con.^i3aion,re.ommen.iing impr.uemenU U ICe car Stadium 
at the meeting of the Finance Committee, Board of 
Supervisors, April 13, u^a^ clarified by a p.Ucy 
statement that the Park Comni.sion Had n.t at>a.donee 
*fc# possibility of buiUing a Btt^dium in I'oLar^n Park 
ai sot^e future ii^e if and :.h.,» craJiUone p.rn^if, and 
funda can bs maU available, 
slTtV'"' M^-^^i^r,J.n^a,^r^n^e^g^na, On ..Hon of 

^^ila/'^^'''''^'' ^^^"> --'^^^^ y r.n^t,sio..r Ber..t, t^e 
o.,r -^.ry raa i.-;c.rwr: -f c.m^^unicaU wit?, these 
^■iriie. interested in .ertain ,ite» far ' ^e L'.nisUry 
Santa L'ari. ,e a:. .- , r.,.est ■'-y --, ,,^,ae 
brUf^ ,Hcu>in^ u.hy -»..y y,ar.- ' '^.onaat^ry in the 
:-> ^^ons th", ._, -.-.a-d.J. -. ., r.r.y,t3 .r -o 
i'- fully studied by ihe *e«i-r. .^ inmUgf, 



re 



RtS^Parki 



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S*F»Zool, 

Gardens^ 



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S^rdensj, The r< 



Bes»Ifo. 
1736 i 



iSon Francisco Sports, Travel 



quest JTom the 



9i9n it ufle thfi bear cub "Pokey'* 
the show from April 2S, through 



and hoat Show for permis- 



during the period of 



yh i^'ay J, 1B49, 



recommended by his JTonor the ^ 



<iyor, was full 



On otion duly made by Co%mi 
by Co^.^iasioner Bercut, *h< 



ao 



y t-'fecu4(ded, 



6 si oner Cofp,an, seconded 
request ua? yranted under 



the conlitiona and f^gulations laid 



down by the Supers 



intf'ncenf. 



, couerinj expe 



naeSf ir.ruru. 



ice^ propelT 



auperoision of the bear^ et 



<-'• 



Cn motion of roni'nissianer P^rr, i, 



rood at ion u?as adopt^d^ r«8^i 



nam. 



'- f lloioiny 
i'ti9n ro, 203^ 



adoptt J 



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Commission 0n Ccfol-r IS 1 



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«4 any tU Uhaut mp-ro al ^ tht CemmUMi 

£a.ception6 i-) ; ,,, 

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Extension £xJjen^Jo n_g/^Tjmc, T ' 



of Tinef 



tTarrslson Co^, 



quasi /ron The D 



unij<xr.Qnn» 



Pany j'or a twenfy.da 



contraci for the yradU 



at the kunicipal Yacht JT^ 



U extension of t 



^y, paving aua dri 



Ui 



^ riffle on 
'ilea 



■ arlcr ivas granted 



Alta 
Plasat 



PI 



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comm^n<Jati(yn f\r :^,t. S 



ini'^ndent^ ih-: r- 



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mission tt use *hc AH 



lera Cluh for 



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a Plasa PI a 



y a ^'-' i«'i'. 



Sgy 



or an Easter 



iunt on taiurdcy , Apr'll iff 



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■*>■• »/ the uupt^r i:\tf 



'i-'^tnt. the 



request fPo-^, the Jirl ^coute 

i:> jtll ^oohies in Jolden Gut: p 



)^ AnTica 



ft r ft rm 



• ion 



ark 



luring t^^ir 



Cookie Scli 



'$ On Saturday^ Apr 



f KJ ^.r,L Q 



b S -^i 



Arris. 



and 



Saturday, Ajiril 30^ -^as d 



t '^ t 6 r- 



Union 
Square t 



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Supfsrintet^en-t 



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StFtZool 
Gardenst 



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.ro^dc:.^t o.r,d u-eai n 



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y , was, ienied, 



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■a *iupt rintenaer.t 



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crjoJosin^ regueat /ro 



i^oaro' 0/ <Superi;isorj 



m 



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*y Tlanr.ing Com^i 



to tTitf i 



sfiion relaf 



mprovem^nt o/ ^^Joat 5ouI«uard 



atiDtf 



•/ the track 



<ind the trana/er 



Utilitiea Cowfiaaion 



Tea ,r^om ike jurisdiction a/ the fu 



tlii 



'o th0 Park CffT»^isai-"; 



rep9rt and rtcommentiatton. 



t rcquestini 



Be^ueii-t -ps! 



,f*cu. 



bltQ 



rcnider.ts /f^^ ^v^ j^OO 



jt (-' 



9r .} r .i 



ion to n]-2iit 



refa in 



^ront 0' th 



#r rt sider^ceai 



^ef^upsi /ro:\ ..rtf^jcr-ty 



or r€7^,oual •/ ire 
J^equeat „ r 



owneP at r3C2 2farJtct Circet 



f In /ror.i 



hat 



ouur-fis, 



appr:^r1 lie /lover i-i.'i-lz 



y 



o>: ;,;a 



t Ccrr.pany that art 

de in Union Square an. 



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rv 



.ur- 



•he Ar.i rfw-ar. 



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Bankers 



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^eller jor a::f.i 
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ont 



^ptratii 



letter 



placs tc 



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'iae/» ua-^ ' Park 



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Barding 



^OPU of letter rrar ^h, i 

r jron .,»,e Asaociate dfy Planner 

to the Director o*' P'-,»«*-v,, 

^- P-o,.riy, concerning land transfer 

at ircLcren Par, to tH. SoHool re,art.ent. 

Letter fro. Do.n To.n A^.ooiafUn e.,resL, 

appreciation for the beautiful cherr. st 

•^ -* c^errt' blossom display 
in Union Square ^ 

'■'»iic,» oj C2air., ,^(1,^ .,;,, CrntroZlcrU V/u., 
at J.o, '■^'^»'^00, afta.t.d 6^ Jar.. .„3. 

^.i.«, .,t. /., ,,, i/o,..t»rv ^»nu I'aria :, ...•,<.. 
^a - i SCO Labor Council 
ta^r.oraia ^^der::-t<ori 0/ Jo^.en's Clubs 



I>*tt r fron, r-. 2nd Mrs. Pa^l T. 



^e 



"that the '.fanast^;^ 



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t ing 



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Hon Of tke Director of Recreational Activities, tHe 
following Tacht harbor Hooring Licen 

^A}/r OF APPIZ CANT 
Le9 J, EtM-iler 
Thomas A^ "appe 
Oliver Cm Joss 



see were appro vedt 

^•^^ l\J,Arleie 

16 



Tenp, 



Larmen I'ay 

yniy f. 



Award 
of Con- 



^£^^^iiXjg,i22or^ Ke;,c.r Ba.>^^jU_^^^22_f^_ijj^^ 
tracts, The Secretary ^resent.d the follou,ing MJa, 

- Salvage 






o 



* - «-^ 



Fin'i T!arduj9oC Floor ^ »- "^ ' t-^js 

On -t, -^commendation ^ tA« SuperinUnJenf .nd on 
m9ti0n duly : . : . ^ided, the jolln 

was u<:'^ p ' ig 



none 

none 
none 



•- a"! u-^ion 



I Re 8, No » 
1737! 



— — r una^moui^, .^ ■' p^^k .?^,^is;,i^ 



'ut 



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oav^ring r...ir. t. fU^r, re;.ar Lasketball Pavilion. 



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Park 



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84 



Uinton and Kufn 

Ferguson Bros^ 
-irraa 3ros9 
Arras & Son 

'^ • ^9 Trs ^oy 



S,774.0Q 5; 57 

2,766.00 3.95 

3MGj4mOO 5,-- 

3,990.00 5_75 



on .,ii,n luly .^ce an, aeco.ded, ,. foUo.iny 

RE2')lVED u'lanimousJu ., ^»., p. -- ■ . ^^ . . 
a o9ntPaci be a-^c.rded f Mini'* . : T. ■ «„ ,<,,.,. ^i,. 
•a^^nrir i^or. ,n -. mutiny Layoo. 7'..;;., CojL, 
at • Palace oj' .im arte, . . , , ;, . ,, . 






i* r/t >- w ."" i ;:.!■) . 



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rc^'or 



^^■^unt 9/ ^^,7^Z.B5 CC ",540.00 plus 60 ,..i at 

^^ 

z^-^ ..sy - ^ Palace 0/ Fine 

■■irU Shore J : . , ping). 



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l9wrie Pauiig Cotnmnu 

Jensen ^ Piit^ 

Fay I^iproocmer.i ;.o, 

I- into n and Kuhon 



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w7,750.C0 
8,500^00 

*^ §'± i \.' % U ^' 

10, '19 4. 00 



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OR motion duly made ^.,, cec,."- ■ 

uT^aJiimni^sly by ihr ^atk Cowmissiori that 
• ' r - into with Zn-nrir PaAr.^ 
' •- iru' -ii/iu y.' a Irir • - , ,- 



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a con-'raci 
the p-.r^'in 

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R^o. and U.e ^ecr.tary be ani He i, ..r..^ .ut>.orUed U 

.x.cu*. tke 3a«e U tHc nor. 0/ Ue Park C„,.,„i„„ „, 
that paynent tkerefor U tHe anounf of ^4.800.00 te paU 
/r... Approprlati.. 61S.S00.SS (lUooln Park Irri^aUon 
Sysiem) ^ 



Tr 



Re 8, No 

1742 



^ ^"^^ ^^^^ ' r.le Secretary jireaented the Sallowing bidet 

Lump Sun f^» r» « n 



(?• Paulsen 

Justice Dunn 

Leonard C9at'->s 

Min-ton .ini Kulon 3d',:'e}> 



$ir,,rFG 
'-^,310 






26,000 



$14, COO 



1j,17S 

2,000 



23,7^1 

l,rcr) 

On. -the rec--immendc.tl9.i a " - ., ,.- * • «^ «^ 

■-''•'•-'■ T* and on 

♦^ <^c-, e foIl6.. . ^ retslutUn 

RESOLVED unanimously by ih- r,-/, .> ^U.: ■; ihai 

impwemen-ts to - '- -- '— irf-" --* - >- 

''*'—-' ' w ' , ■ . _ f n 

-- . iri, .,a-. r v; J -< ^ ." • -v., - 
la hereby aufhorist .' io extiufr ' 

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I ■ from Apr.r-^Ti 



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RESOLVEB unanimously ,y ,,, p,,, C,..U.ion tHat 
a contract te entere, into .itH J. a. OraUan jor tHe 

drilling and casing a 14 inoh -n^^.^ 

^ * -"* ^""^ ^^*-»' ^^11 vicinity 0/ the 

A.rt/i Dutch Tindmlll, Golden Ga^e Park -n - 

# c« o.e rarK, ^an ^ rancisc9, 

an, m S.creury te a.-s ^, ,. ,,,^,^ au*^.^..«, t, 
anJ t.^at paj,,..* tlere/.r in iH, a...u„f <,^ Jir,5fj.c,. 
Irrigation Syat'em)^ 



Re^olutiona were adoptedt 



Rea»No9 
I728i 



^t^art'.eni tk^ C^^troUer be and i^ 



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''irk 



a^jT9Je th(^ /oila-cfn, PATl' ^VTJ 

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i?'-3.J^c>« ARTFUL WATJY: vrif 



17 2d 
Contdm 



Second Progress Pajment . In-^ tan *■ S3, 766.50 

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San rranot9oo, California 
April 97, 1949 

A regular meeting of the Park Commieeien mat 
held on Wedneoday. April 87. 1949. 4 p.m., in McLaren 
Lodge, Golden Gate Park, San rtyinoiooo. 

The following Commioeionera »«r« ni>«. * 

• ■'•»• preoentt 

Mr. larvey K. Teller, Preoident 

Mr. Peter Berout 

Mr. Michael J. Buckley 

^r. Wm. M. Coffman 

Mr. Tred D. Parr 

The minute » of the opecial meeting of the 
Park Commieoion held April 6 and the regular meeting 
held April 13, mere approved and adopUd. 

jOMar Sodium, Meeer». Arthur Wilkine, Bay 
Smith, and Mr. Eanlon, repreoenting the Municipal 
Conference, appeared to diocuoe tll» propoeed ezUnoion 
•f IcMar stadium by the acquieition of property 
adjacent thereto. 

During a detailed diocueoion, the Commioeionero 
explained the neceaeity for the acquiaition of thia 
property, atreaaing that the otadtum could not be 
enlarged and the Frederick Street bottle-neck could 
not be eliminated mithout acquiaition of the property 
in queation. 

At the concluaion of the diaeuaaion, Commia- 
aioner Parr, acting in hia opacity aa finance chairman, 
ezpreaaed the appreciation of the Commiaaion for the 
very helpful auggeationa made by the three gentlemen 
repreaenting the Municipal Conference. 

X»in Peak§j^ The requeata from the Tmin Peak§ 
Parlor, M.S.G.W., and Board of Supt rviaora that the 
city owned property on Tmin Peaka be developed aa a 
park area, mere conaidered. The Superintendent 



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i.cot.d „,r« ./ pt. Uto, A«,nu,. Ucluding Butr, 
«a«,, t, t, ...d /*r r,cr,au,n purp.„,, „, tf„. 

Th, Superintendent in/omed the ComMtseion that 
Mr. PHtl Davie., The San francUco Bank, Had called 
on him to dieeuBB Sutro Bathe and that he had 
regueeted Mr. Davie, to prepare a trie/ on this .«6. 
Ject mhich •ouJd then be eubnitted to the member, of 
the Park Commi..ion. The matter ^a. ordered held over 
until the meeting of May 25. 

Garden Center ^ The SupertnUndent .tated that 
he ma. meeting with repre.entative. of the S. r. riomer 
Shorn relative to the po.eibilitie. of constructing a 
garden cfnter in Golden Gate Park, and that he mould 
have a further report at a later meeting. | 

JUo^. The reque.t from the OJoa Poundation 
for permie.ion to place a larger and more attractive 
oign at the eite of the .hip OJoa ma. referred U the 
Superintendent for action. 

Spur Track. On the recommendation of the 
Superintendent and on motion duly made by Commi..ioner 
Bercut, seconded by Commie.ioner Coffman, the reque.t 
from ihe U. S. Corp. of Engineer, that an ordinance 
be granted to the Pederal Government for the construct* 



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yaoPH., /.r ,.»,.„„ ,.^ «^. CoV.r,»e. ./ C»r«,t«.„ 
0«d J*,, u ... ff„,,„ s,»,r. „ Saturday, April 30. 
•o.» t. ia,3o, far a e«u«c e.r.w», ., «. r.««r» ,/ 
tfU ball /ram «». *,..,„ a„ ^,^,„ ^^,, ^^^ ^^^^^.^ 
/light »a« approved* 

r** r#9u«a* /ro» the Conservative Baptist 
Annual Meeting, fsr permission to conduct open air 
•trulc, at noon and 5:30 p.m., in Union Square during 
their convention. May 26 to 30, was granted. I 

Oplden Oate Park^ The suggestions made by the 
Police Commission to improve the Sunday and holiday 
traffic conditions in Golden OaU Park in and around 
the band concourse were considered very worthwhile 
and the matter was re/erred ts the Superintendent 
with full power to act. 

&t T^ Zoo Animal Show^ The Commission discussed 
the animal shorn to be conducted by Mr. James K. Scott 
and Mr. Reuben Castang at the San Francisco Zoological 
Gardens and ratified the action .f the President in 
authorising the opening of the show. 

fyrtf«ottt» Square^ The request from the San 
Francisco Centenniag Committee for landscaping and 
planting of shrubs and vines in Portsmouth Square 
was granted. 



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Th. r,gu*.t frou tk, San TrancUco C.nt.nnial 
CoMMitt.. for pemis.ion f install a .outU putUc 
Ul.pHon. tootk in PortsnoutH Sguar. for tko colo. 
bration year, 1949^1950, was granted. 

2StM£Jl.^oU_Park, The offor of a out of « 
redwood log from tHe Russian niver CHoMter of Co^.ero. 
to kU Fonor tHe l^ayor to U placed in Golden Gate 
Park or son:c other suitatlc location ^s ac.pt.d ly 
thf Park Commio^it^n^ 

^gjjgn ggj^ ParX Sand, The request from the 
8.r. Youth Association for permission to hold a 
ceremony in obseroorce of World Charter Day, in 
connection ^ith the regular Sunday concert in Golden 
Gate Park, June 26, mas granUd. 

Msiina. The request from the office of the 
Mayor for permission to use the Marina Park area for 
a fireworks display on July 4 was granted. 

Portsmouth Square The request from Elvin S. 
Stendell for a thirty day extension of time on the 
completion of the buildings at Portsmouth Square 
teas granted. 

Golden Gate Pt^rk^ The request from the Wine 
and rood Society for the use of ten large potted 
shrubs or trees from Golden Gate Park for their 
annual ladies Dinner at the Palace Hotel, Tuesday, 
if ay 24, was granted. 

Golden G ate^ParXJandj, The request from the 
San Francisco Examiner that the Golden Gate Park 
Band Concert on May 15 be dedicated to the "I am an 
American Week" was granted. 

The request from Mr. Ralph Murray, Director, 
Golden Gate Park Band, that the sum of $30.00 be 
appropriated for the arranging and copying vocal 



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Ssmaae Cl^tm^ The Seoretaru >«t. -. *», . 

«» ©^ oiaf« and Requeei for Warrant 

payable U Edward J. Murphy iis n^ w 

ftr-pny, 9iGm03, damage to neem 

eign caueed bv ladder tt±f"ih4m^ 

IT ^aaaer atriking aame mhen treee mere 

trimmed on Bayahore Boulevard. 

The following UtUrs mere read and referred f 
Preaident Tellert 

Letter from B. E. Stampolia, aubmttttng propoaal 
/•r the operation of food and refreahment facilitiea 
fr golf couraea and club houae facilitiea. 

Letter from William i. Harlom, aubmitting 
application for permiaaion to erect a food conceaaion 
stand at the aeventh hole on Lincoln Park Golf Courae. 

The folloming lettera mere read and referred 
"to the Super in tendentt 

Letter from Harding Park Oolf Club requeating 
certain tournament datea at Harding Park Oolf Courae. 
(Referred to Mr. Hickey). 

Letter from Worthern California Baaeball 
ifanagera Aaaociation auggeattng certain improvementa 
at Big Bee Baaeball Field, 

Letter from City Attomey'a Office relative to 
claim filed by Velma White, $10,000, damagea far 
peraonal injuriea auatained by her at the Zoo, 
requeating an inveatigation and report. 

The folloming letUra mere read and ordered 
filedi 

Copy of latter addreaaed to the Superintendent 
•/ street Repaira relative to the need of aidemalk 
repair at 20th and Dolorea Streeta, 



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5ttBdou, *«» a, 1949, 3 p,m, 

rrom a. r.Bu,tn„, M,n', o.rd., oi«» .,pr...„. 

Union Square^ 

letter from Mro. M. B.Bingkam concerning park 
dovelopmento and improuemenf. 

j£change of Animal^j, On motion made by 
Commiooioner Parr, seconded by Commisoioner Bercut, 
recommendation, for the exchange of animalo u>ere 
referred to the President, the Superintendent of 
Parks and the Director of the Zoo, ^ith full pomer 
to act. 

Z Bcht Harbo r ^ On the recommendation of the 
Director of Recreational Activities, the following 
Tacht Harbor Mooring Licenses were approved/ 
Jim OF AP PL TCAMl MRTH NO. jJAME OF BOAf 

tugene D. Bennett 4 Shawnee 

Leland S. Tennant 134^r Muriel 

Eisolutjons, On notion duly made and seconded, the following 

resolutions were adoptedt 

RESOLUTIOM MO^ I^^aa 
RSSOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission 
that for the best interest and proper conduct of the 
Park Department the Controller be and is hereby 
requested to approve the following TRAMSFERSt 
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that for the toot intoreot and proper conduct of tko 
Park Department the Controller be and is Herety 
requeoted to approve the following PATMEMT8 1 



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rirot Payment - OradingY pa'Ana and 
furnioking and driuing^'new piUo It 
Municipal Tacht Harbor 

ISM C. O ERWICK IMC. 

^^rot Progreoo Payment - Aepair* to 

Recreation Pier, Aquatic Park 

WASP AMD Bnu.F; ^ 

rir!^^**'!!'** " Preparation of piano and 
jpecl/lcatf one for the rehabilitation of 

OoldVn'at^TaU':' ''' ^'creation field, 

SAM FRAM CISCO CEMTEMMIAL COMMITTEE 

lll'yA P^^'^JP''*^ J»« <» connection with 
P^o^iding and oecuring appropriate oboervanco 

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rmai j^ayment - J«e.torat<on and Preoervation' * 

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a^rvica on the south 

9ido of Pulton Street 

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appropriation for six 
monthe ending June 30, I949, 



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for tH. »..« Mt,p„, „^ p^,p^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^ 

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to June 30, 1948 (1-1086) » sgg.OO 

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BESOira «naM..„.i» ty tH, Par, Co«„.,.„ 

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for the beBt interest and proper conduct of the Park 
DepariTi.nt the V.nf.mlUr b. and i, hereby re^u.sicd 
to modify the contract with the San ^rancfaco 
Centennial Committee, Inc., for eeroicee to Provide 
and Secure AppropriaU Obaeruance of the Centennial 
Anniueraariea Occurring from Mouember 1, 2946, f 
June 30, 1949, to make available to the 5«» Franc taco 
Centennial Committee the unexpended balancea from 
previous month' a allocationa; and to conaolidate the 
total of theae unexpended balancea with the 
allocationa for May and June 1949 into one amount and 
autharisa the San Franciaco Centennial Committee to 
expend thia money during the unexpired term of the 
contract without monthly limitation. 



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*Mt /.r tH. ^.t ,nur..t an, proper coniuct of tHe 
Par, Department iHe Controller te an, i. Herety 
regueste, to approve a Modification of Contract in 
tHe auount of $732.00 to tHe contract .itH Eluin C. 
Stendell for Construction of California C.ntennial 
Buildinge in PortemoutH Square, 8an Tranciece, tkie 
$732.00 teing tHe co.t of tHe follo.in, e.tra .or, 
in tHe Dramatic Museum Building . (1) Installation 
Of partition and doorway between tHe lobby and 
adninietration section (2) Cutting new opening and 
installing door and steps in west exterior wall of 
closet Off Of administration section, (3) Relocating 
lighting outlets in lobby, (4) Cutting ner opening 
and installing 3*0 I 7'0 door and steps ir. west 
exterior wall alongside platform, (5) Relccating 
interior stairs and enlarging entry at weiterly end 
of platform. 



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TBS SUPERIirr EHDEMT REPORTm^ 

THat He Had been negotiating witH kr. Rudy 
Lang Jr., Realtor, oooering tHe purcHase of lots t(» be 
used as an entranceway U Mt. Davidson Park, and tHat 
he mas working out tHe details with the Director of 
Property and Mr. Lang. 

THat tHe Director of Public fort, wjs Having 
plans and apecifications prepared covering the 
installation of curbs in the cenie r strip ,/ the 
Crossover Drive through Oolden Gate Park. 

That the Oolden Oate Park exhibit at the 
California Spring Oarden SHow Had taken a first prise 



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That He Had received tHe reeignation .f Mr.. 

Sydney Stein RicH, CHief Wureerumnn n 

9 •/ ffureeryman, Coneeruatory, 

•//•otiue on or about May is. 



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tHe CoMmission, tHe meeting adjourned at 6:50 p.m. 



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A regular u.^Ung o/ tk, Purk CounU.Un »a. H.U 
on W.,n..day. May U, 1949, 4 p..., in McLaren Lodge, 
Gelden Gate Park, San rranciece. 

The following Commieeionere were preeenU 

reter Bercwt 
Michael J-, Buoklev 
Fred Dm Parr 

Abeenti Wm. M. Coffman 

The minutee of the meeting of April 27, 1949, 
toe re approved and adopted. 

isrder^Sinter^ The Superintendent otatei that h0 
had met with the committee repreoenting the S. r. 
rUwer Show concerning the poeeibilitieo of construct^ 
ing a garden center in Golden Gate Park and that the 
oomiittee to preparing a brief outlining all pHaeeo 

•/ thio project which will be preoented to the Com^ 

miaaion for study prior to the next meeting. 

^.trybing Beguetft, The following opinion wao 

received from the City Attorneyt 

" OPINION OF CITT ATTORNET 

April 25, 1949 

"n^^ff^^* ^^^ COMMISSION RE CONSTRUCTION OF A 

wiIHIJH THL BOUNDARIES OF THE HELFNl? ^TPTDTun ^on/,™ 
ETVJi An BOTAUICAL «X«i.^-*r?*™f/J2j:f J^^^^J^""* 

**Gentlemeng 

*Tho Park ComMiooion la now contemplatina thm 
cj^atruct<#» of a building and greenhouoe withU 
the boundarieo of the Eelene Strybing ArboretuM 
and Botanical Gardene in Golden Gate^Park. Thl 
Propoeed building will be ueed for a botanicll 
rlun'!'^* ^^•/*^ d<»piay#, meeting rooms for garden 
clubs, and for other activities relaUd to the 
iratinn '^,'^^' /^^'^'^'^^ «. well as for oS.in!.. 
tration. We also contemplate construction of a 



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fill you pleas* advtag thtm r^^mj 

9/ an Arboretum and »«*in<!^? i *"* **'*<' eo«pletton 
tn Golden OaUpirk JiJ*?*^*^ ^'^'••'»« *• be •U«ot«d 

* OPIMION 

S*ru6i„ff Tuni or. a. /"Ji^BiJ"* **• P'"-P»"» •/ t», 

t\e folloiDing terme and condttionet - '"''^•c* t# 

'2. ^ 6ron»» memorial tablet it to be Dlacmd in 
\IV auitaW, UcatUn in taid Arboret^ to b^lr 
and M °-^,:*' ^*** husband, Christian^trybing 
and 0/ Myself, fgether with an appropriate 
inscriptisn showing that the aiftmfthi»A^y.r. * 

subl^lLy /.'':''''''' H''' •'^'^ inscnition to be 
submitted to my executors for their approval. 

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labeled for purposes of information. ^ y ^V 

'ftn.r^J!*'''*!'''*!' ^^'*"*' 'P^c^J^cations and proposed 
expenditures to be submitted to my executors and 
to be approved by them. 

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fl<nf-«ff *^* *?** '^^^ neceoaary funds for the 
maintenance and operation of said Arboretum and 
5otan<caI Gardens will be furnished by sa^ CiL 

%lrk rl^^i """C ^*^ 'r-ancisto through said Board if 
^ark Commissioners and that said Board of Park 
Comnissioners will operate and maintain said 
Arboretum and Botanical Gardens»* " 

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n^. V f* **.,*?• op*"**"* •/ this Office that the two 
projects outlined in your letter are proper steps tm 
the laying out, arrangement, establishment and 
^iyil *J1.^'^ "" -4r6oretu« and Botanical Gardens * 
and that the expenditure of funds from Mrs. Strybino's 
bequest f the Park Commission to carry out tZse 
project, falls within the intent she expressed in her 



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On motion duly nadt by C9Mmi99ior. r Bercut, 
•econo'ed by Commissioner Buckley, the Secreiarv was 
authoriMcd to take the necessary steps t. petiti.n 
the S. F. Superior Court, Probate Department, fr an 
•^der approving and authorising proposed expenditure* 
from the ffelene Strybing Bequest fund^ 

mZla^'l ^''"^^^'^ ^^-^ ^^ne ^nn,e. THe Superintendent 
presented a proposal from PtUack and Pope coitring 
the preparation •/ plana fr the Rifle Range a« 
ifcLaren Park. Dn motion duly mxde by Commissioner 
Bercut, seconded by Comir.issiom r Buckley, the 
Secretary mxs authorised f prepare an agreement 
between the Park Commission and Pollack and Pope, for 
a sum not f exceed $1200.00, 



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r.utH W.lfar,. UgetH.r .itH ...j.,. ,j. ,,, ,rsani,aUo!,. 
^PP.ar,i. re<,u..tin, in/om.Uon cno.rnins «.. prcp.„d 
«p.„d<tur. ,/ M. tlc.OOO includod in tk. 1949^0 
»»de.« covering t*« .ur„.y and partial 6ov,Up,enf of 
Buena Viata Park^ 

Th^ Superintendent explained that if the budget 
iten is approved, a survey u,ould te made ./ the perk 
and plans devel.ped coveting the construction of a 
baseball diamond, additional tennis courts, and play 
areas for children. When the plan is couplet., the 
balance •/ the $10,000 would be used f.r partial 
improvements. 

Spur Trco k ^ On the recsmmendation of the Supers 
intcndent and sn mstion •/ Comn>.issioner Parr, seconded 
by Csmmissioner Berout, the Commission reaffirmed its 
actisn in denying the request of the U. S. Amy 
Engineers fsr pemission t« operate a spur track sn 
Block 421 •/ the property located at Marina Boulevard 
and Buchanan Street. 

Portsmouth Square, Mr. Leonard k'oeias. Architect, 
appeared and stated that the Mtalks at Portsmouth 
Squars, adjacrnt to the Centennial Buildings, were 
being installed by the contractor, Eluin C. Steriell, 
u>ithout additional charge, by deleting a portion of 
floor sanding which has been found unnecessary. 

Qolumbia^S^i^r^ Mr. Fred L. Levy appeared 
relatim to the leasing of Columbia Square for o parking 
lot. Mr. Levy was requested to submit an application 
outlining the details of his proposal. The matter 
mas ordored held in abeyance pending a decision as U 









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on notion •/ Co«.U,.o.er Parr, ..conM ,y 
Co^Ueione, Suckloy. the Co^Uoion approve, tH. 
aouon ., tH. Superintendent in in.tructiny tHe ,.Uo. 
I^epartnent to proHUit tHe parUng 0/ car. in Colunti. 
Square^ 

Th. Secretary ■«,. tmtructei u advU, Vr. S. J. 
l">9 Of the a*.« act«.n and r.,u.,t ttat H, aU, 
tubmtt prop»»al, 

UH« on »»t«»n of ComtaHoner Parr, 

..o<,„d.d t>y Conditioner Buc.Uy, ,^ ,r.p,„e /„«»o„ 
contract, a. .ut.,tt,d ^ tH, director of Recreational 
Activities. «. approved ..^^„, ^ c«.«„<o„.r 
Co//mai*9 coneurrenoem 

. Palace of r«n. 4rt..r.,. r.. , 3, ,,^,^, ^^ 

f.«.i..<oner /.arr. „c.,d.d », C«ri„io„, JucWey. 
t». 5.cr.torv -«. out^.rUed t. .«cut..., teHalf of 
*h* Comni.aion. the following agreeuent tet^een tHe 
City and County of San Prone isco and the StaU of 
California, a, recemMended by the Uayor. the City 
Attorney and the Director of Property, 

WHEREAS^ the State of California deairtm 
approximateiy 7 acrea of the 42 acre, fir national 
Suara purp.ee. f.r a p/ri.<i of 99 year'i/and ^"""^ 

" WHEREAS the State of California alt. deair^m 
U uae the buildin, l.cate€ .n the prem'.e. inlwn 

%r nl^f^'r ''^Z'''' ^'•** •^•'" • P^riZ.f\l^lTar. 
fr national guard purp.ee., year. 

" >, tTT' ^^^^^^^^* BE IT RESOLVED that an acreemeni 
Bhall be executed with said State of cllil'r.Jtl ^ 
the City and County of San /rl'n^Ul{ tl' 'ai^VXlTh 



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•/ the 42 acr^.V iort ViL*?! •«>"*'»«a«ter2y portion 
purposea. ^ Tunaton far national guard 



guard 
Art, for na^U^aS J^aApurpo,,,. *' "^"* "^ ''«- 

•o.t.Pi» mil, *xttri<,r wall,, excepttng tht 

\tthi'ut o!!^r^.**''6:''t™!f;t^d°{/'" fro'ctsco ,Hall, 
t». pr..«„/.^ t»«^i5ac* f/?<»r.^i' *u«Wt»s oJ 

fc«oIlran5 ■^ "'"' "'•''<'=•• " JantUr/ltgHt ani 

' BE IT rURTHER BES0L7BI, that the If-or ar t^. r-* 
and County o/ Son franotoeo ,hall txeclt, ."Ctl " 

" THIS A7REEUENT shall b^ 0fi>»^** 

a/ter the date on ..Ic^'tL^ C^iral^Ii^i: c^JIJe'^ttie 



rg^ar Jtad<u«, an motion o/ Coamia.toner Parr, 
aeconded fty CcmmUaioner Bercut, the request from the 
44th Triennial Conclave, JTnighta Templar, for use of 
leuar Stadium an Monday, September 19, to hold « 
parade and pageant was approved, the full details af 
the pragram ta be u,orked out by the Preaident, the 
Superintendent, and the Director af Recreational 
Activitiea. 

Qivic Center^ The requeat from the San Franai 5co 
Bay Citiea Baptist Union ta hold religious services in 
Ciuic Center during their convention. May 31, June 3, 
at IS, 15 nocn and 7, CO p.m., waa granted. 



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^- ^^"^ ^onc^ur^f^ The request 

from the B^P^O^ Slks <?«». r 

Alka, San Francisco Lodge No. 3, for 

permiaaion to hold rinn n-.. /, 

noia Flag Day Ceremoniea at the Band 

Concourae, Oolden Gate Park «« c ^ 

a^e rark, on Sunday, June 12, 1S49, 

loaa gran ted ^ 

CHe.Ur n. UacPH^e for p.mt„ton to ceUtr.u U. 
200tH anniuer,ary ./ «,. ,,,,, ,^ ^^,^^„ ,^^^^^^^ ^^^ 

OoetH. on Sunia,, August 2S. 1949. in OoU.n G.u Bar„, 
»a« granted* 

ns'»val or Tre,^ On the r.co«»endat.on 0/ th. 
Supenntenaont. UU, CatHerUo O'Uar,'. re,u,,tS,r 
pe»,U.Un U renov. o troe in front of H,r property 
ot S62S Greenwich Street, »o, granted. 

U oLaren Par*. , THe request /ro« the S. F. Area 

Co»ncil, Boy Scouto of America -.« „«— » , 

t.^ ««erjco, jtr pemitaton to hold 

a spring oa^ptree at UoLaren Par,,, June 3, 4, and S, 
aoa granted, 

JoMejLGMe Park Sand,, T^e request from the 
i^ayor'a Office that the Golden Gate Park Band arrange 
an Empire Day Program on Sunday, Uay 2^, ^a>as granted. 

Strybing Arr,nr.fum^^ On the recommendation of 
the Superintendent, Ur. Prenti.s French. Landscape 
Architect, v,as granted a sixti, clay extension of time 
•n agreement covering the preparation of the Master 
Plan for the Arboretum* 

£ , ^sar ^tadiim ^ The San Francisco Fnotball League 'a 
request ft use Kesar Stadium on Saturday, June 4, and 
Sunday, June 5, far soccer gamea, loaa approved. 

jgn<gn Square^ rr, Jack UcDa^ell of the Call 
Bulletin request for permUaian U hold the finala a/ 
the Cable Car Bell Ringing Contest U Union Square on 
Tuesday, Ifay 24, 1943, at £ p.m., was granted. 



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The folUming UtUr. u>,re read and referred U 
the 3uperintcndenii 

letUr /ran the Young Uen'a Christian AeeoctatUn 
requesting that they te charged the school rate for the 
uoe of the Aquatic Park Building on April S3. 

Letter from Philip Ada^o requesting that trees 
be planted on Sacramento Street, betu,een Van Ness Aoenu, 
and Fillmore Street, 

Letter from San Uiguel Improvement Association 
advising of complaints tha^. young children are unable 
to play in Balboa Park as it is being used as a 
training ground for football and other »porto of the 
San Francisco Junior College. 

The following letters loere read and referred to 
the Secretary for replyt 

Letters, forwarded from the Mayor's Office, from 
Dr. Charles J. Parshall and Ur. Ben A, Collier, 
requesting infomation concerning the construction of 
the rifle range in McLaren Park. 

L^tifr from *\e National Association fbr the 
Advancement Of Colored Penple objecting to the pessiblo 
disposal Of land in UcLaren Park for private develop'^ 
Kent, I 

The following letters were read and order>fd 
/iledi 

Letter from Eileen Cassidy expressing her pleasure 
in ihe beauties of Golden Safe Park, 

Letter from S. F. Architectural Club approving 
the site of Sutro Gardens for the erection of the 
l/o^a3t'»ry Santa Maria'de Ooila. 

Letter from the To Zalon Club endorsing Sutro 
ffeights for the Monastery. \ 



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Agree ments: 






d«et«M •/ «'>« For* C<,ii«J„t,,, 

fur, AquaUc Park . PUc Sch^duU, 

letter ./ apprectaiion /r« Jo.epH P. UcOuaii, 
Po,t «o. 230S, y„, ^.,,,, c.nU.i,r.Uon and coop.r,. 
tun ./ t.e Co..U.Un ,n ..„„„t,o„ .«. «. i„.«», 
#/ the Beach Chalet. 

£2i£mi2il.4iU^«U!U** r.. ^.cr.tarv »<.. author- 

ised to prepare renewal aarp^m^n-hm 

agreements, aa recommended by 

President Teller, for the follou^ing, 

(a) Golf Driving Jiange (Lee Douga^J 
fne'Urita'J'''^'' '^'^'^^ ^- «-*'^ 

(b) ^^rdingrar, ^o]/ Professional (Ted Rottins) 
o> •/ gr^SB - $150.00 minirHuM per mon-th "^ 
i«* year leaee .ith t.. year o'pUoTfrr renewal 

(c) Sharp Park Golf Profeea tonal (Allen Schou::) 
C%oS groee - tlOO.OO p.r month «in<^^ ^ 

t^# ye.r lease u^ith t^o year opti.n /Tr rene-.al 

^"^^ ijt'*:''/'' ^'*'** '^•V Profeosio-ial (Ray de Haven) ' 

e% 9/ gr^ss . $100.00 minimum per month ^ 

t^o year lease .ith t.o year oUiBn}or renewal 

^*^ fi^rJ^^*" ^''.''P^''y r^-Uien £ Boarinan: 

month minimum - oie year lease, ^ 

£ fr..t rro« .P^i^ to .<7f.n i^.. -^^---f,. The Secretary 
presented the /olloioing bii»t 



J^uaf (ce-i?ann Company $436^.00 
Leonard Coatso Kuroery 4403.25 
Huettig and Schrom^ 5799.75 



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on motion duly made and seconded, the /ollou,ing 
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RESOLVED unanimously ty the Park Co^u.Un tHat 
. contract te a.arU, u Ju.Uc.W>unn Company couertng 
Str,,t Tree Planting on Pell street /rem P.lic t# 
Stanyan Street.. San Pranci.c.. an, tke Secretary te 
an6 He ie H.rety autHariMe<i f execute tHe eoMe in tke 
name ./ tke Park C.mmiesion and tHat payment tHere/.r 
in the euM ./ $4,389.00 te paid from Appropriati.n 
613^00^93 (Street Tree Planting). 



Transfer Of Delinquent AcrounU On the recommenda^ 



Tacht 
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Transfer 
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i^oountt U.n of tk. 5up.rint.,d«t, t*. /oll,»inj dei,„uent 
account «». r,/.rr«d t. t*. bureau »/ Delinquent 
Revenuei 

^ll\^r.?Zl*^t \^^<'9^ *» ^ark Property 
a* Aquatic Park ^ $170.00 

Jacht Harbor, AppJicatian r^r Kporinq Li^.^n^.^ 
On the recommendation •/ the Director of Recreational 
Activitiee, the following Tacht ffarb.r Mooring licence 
\oae appro oedi 

MMI B^RTH NO^ MAME OF B( ^^l 

Dean Morrison Temp. st. Pranci, III 

ilSeij^lionj, On motien duV, made and seconded, the foll.roing 

resolutions were aioptedt 

RESOLUTION NO^ irj^l 
RES0L7SD unanimously by the Park Conmission that 
f9r the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
I^eparinent the Controller be and is hereby requffsUd 
to appro ue the folloising WORK ORDESt 



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ASSOCIATED ENGIKKrRfj rv^ 

FERGUSON BROS^ 

iirtt Payment - -Repiaceaent o/ th# 

lO^J^Jg ARUO REJ) CAR SJl^RVTrr ry^ 



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Installation #/ EJeoUr Pump: 

RALPH UURR ^T 

Band NuMic - 1949 Nay Day Celebration 

RALPH NURR^ T 

Band Conmrio - April 1949 

PA CIfIC ELECTRICAL A NrCHANICAL rn, , 

FlllTl/nl''A''''i ^''y*'"'^ - Installation of • 
^ft^ i^r ^^ 5y,f^« and associated lighting 
work at Keuar Stadium. * • ¥ 

ELVIN Cf ^Tryprrr 

Secon-i Progress Parent . Construction of "'^^^^ 

California Centennial 3uiliings in 

P0rtsmouth Square, San Francisco 

ARTHUR WAL LGRJJf , ,^^ _ 

HnaJ Pa;/m.at - JnstaiJatfan of Scum Rail ^'^'^'^•^^ 
^rajnaye Line at the Fleishhacker Swimxing 

EDWARD J, NHKPWi 

For damage to ne9n sign caused by ladder 

being used by men trimming trees. 



COLLECTOR Of INTERKAL "^ETEKUE 
Federal Admission Taxes - April 1949 

BEN C. GERWICK, INCj 

Second Progress Pajment - Repairs to 

Recreation Pier, Aquatic Park 



16.03 
541.89 

2,615.40 



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RSSOas. unani.ou.ly ., t.. Par, .o.M,.lon t.at 
for tHe te.t inter.., an, proper o.n.uot •/ th. Par. 

Department the Controller be and i. k. ..k. 

ana i. hereby r.que.ted 

t# approve the folloioing ALLOTMEMTSt 
Appropriation aiS*500»93 

RESOLUTIOM jio^ jy.^^ 
^f^OZK^i. t^t *.. Par* C.^,..,.„ p,.„,,. ^„. 
Pi««„tar, «,o».t., .,.,. aua.iaw.. t. th. /,,,.r Par* 
C..,*..,on,r. /.r aii /u,ct,o«. H,U in Soid.n <,ate 
l>.r», allocating n.t i... «a, «„a «r «or, tHoa /„ur 
t. eacH forner C»nt„Un,r /or any ,„, /unct.o,, a,d 

Park Co«"i<s»(on adi>(ac rara^K ^-■»-* < 

uuv>sc jarmtr Co-t^(a« (oner* o/ t/i« 

octfoB taVen by the Board, and 

BE IT FURTHER RSSOLVSD that all detail. In 
connection «i« the allocatU. of ticket, te handled 
"y the i><r.«tar ./ Recreational Acitvitte,. Vr. Joseph 
R* Fickey» 



TTTE SUPER I!fTi:}rDi:ffT RFPOJirr p, 

That he had received a cowmunication from the 
Manager of Utilifie. relatiue to the planting o/ the 
Uunioipal Railway right^o/^ay on Sloat Boulevard, 
stating that they h^d no fund, for this purpo.e and 
that they did not con.ider thi. enterpri.. a. • proper 

function 9f the Municipal Railway. The matter wa. 

•rdered held in abeyance. 

That he had received a reque.t from the DirecUr 

of the Zo. f exchange the following animal.t 

^^^^ ^^ ^^* ^*"* **'*«' ^ 5ro?i«4 calf U Dr» If. R 

CrtllV/A'' • ^''''' "'^ kookaburra, and a pair of 
i' re. ted Screamer.. '' 




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On «.tu, duly .od. and > ...nded th, exchanae ./ 
animalt waa appro ved^ 



Meeting Tfiere being no further huj,£»-.. *. 

Adjourned t junner ouatneao to come be/ore iht 

Conniaaion, the meeting adjourned at 6tl£ p.m. 



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liinutes 
Approved t 

S,G,Park t 



McLaren 
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^ -y.iar r.e.ti., 0/ t^ Par. Co..ission .as Hel, 

at McLaren Ledge, Golden Gat^ Park Snn r. 

ravK, won Francisco , on 

Wednesday, L'ay 25, 1^49, 4 p.m. 

The /ollo^ing Commissioner, u>ere present, 

l^r. Warueu E» Tell or d«^-.*j 

IT, Peter Bercut' ' '^^^''^^'»* 

ifr. liichatl J. Buckley 

ir. Fred D. Parr 

Absent: Ur. Wm. If. Co/fman 

The minutes of the wp^-fi/i^ «/•»»■ ■. , 

J Tn.e meeting of I'ay 11, 1949, were 

approved and adopted^ 

a ^iif G<Hr Park . r., p^,,r- r.^ rd,n r.^f .^., Th, 
prcpo.cl .ubuiftcd 6. tke San Prune Ucc rio.er SHo. for 
■E*. oon.truoUon of a gar^,„ «n*.r U Golden CaU Park 
wo, afprou.d in prinoifU^iHe ieiatU io be -.-orl^.d 
0,.* by fM SuperUUndent 0/ Parks ,nd ike c-«^itt« 
rcpr.s.nung the Sar Franc i ceo Plorrer Sho^ and pre.er.ted 
at a subsequent meeting. 

IfcLaren Pn.T \ , Acvroua'' « • ^^ /« . ^ 

parcels of lar.d in L'rlaren Park to ih^ Bcurc of 

Education, as -t.oTmendeu .^ ... i^ir-^.cin- 

y>as ordered held in abeg..- , p^n4iny -^ 

the n.run^ .;^^ the C^ty Planning C^i.s.u ,r^c<r',in 



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i- ^^rden IdiUr, -am Fr - . , ■ ^, endorsed .. >.. 

"'''• ^^'' '' '-'^» ^i^f^rim, Furr.ry, ihct ^oC^l ,,;ruc/.« 
It construct, r. ^h. ^^rk as ^.-.r/.^ .or ;.... . ^ ^^ 
*» tV4i, -.^ .-—rued In ;;: . 'pie, the ..i.-'ls ra U 

■-■ 'ut-^ifh the Super:, ^ •. ,. - ., • ; ^ ,.,.. ' to 



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Patroli Pafrcl far permission u uUli 

ITcights J9r the Ucation 0/ a u>(, 



rtqueat from fhe Civil Ai 



apac 



<•• on Sunset 



Iff control radio a tatio 



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^aa referred to the SuFerinUndenf^ ^ uh 



a au 



rvey be made of other foaaibU 2 



a request thai 



faahinyton 

Square: 



9iati9n and a re peri fumi.'^h 
Wa s *> inj t^n Sq ua re . Ifr, 



•cations for thia 



cd at the next meeti 



ny, 



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ry r. Sulltoa^*a letter 



A'a 



yor r.obinsnn, re:uestiny that 



Waohin^ijyn Square be aei aside f 
a library, maa discuaaedm 



o portion of 



pork ie badly needed in t 



Kat 



or the construction of 
i^as aonsidert'd that the 
irea end therrfcre the 



proposed uae of a port 



ion •/ it for a library uiai 



rt Jecttd, 



Jonea^ 
Clay,S 



Jcnea, Clnif inn r^^^.^^ Strc-* 



Prieat the Director of Planni 



Lat '^^e letter from 



Streeta 



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Ut re -ue!' tiny infcr^cti 



on ae to 



ne 



r9ssibilitiet 9f the Water Departn 



t^r.t property at 



inea. Clay and Prieat Sfrceta bei 



n^ used for park 



purpaseo, -jas discussed. The Z 



K>i*pc rintendent stattd 



that this property u)aa not desiratl 



e for park purpof^ea. 



therefore, the Secr^tari, ^^a in$iructed to ao advise 
the Planniny Director. 



Buena 
Vi:^ta 
farkj^ 



jucna yjjjtj^Par^ The Secr^l^ry waa inei 



rue ted to 



infc^rm JL'r, ^, JaJeno. th 



ere are no funds for the 



development of Buena 



'ifta Park, therefore, hi 



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» hi a auggeaiev 



a& a monument to thi pioneers 



of California could not be put i 



i^t.Davids 



nfo tfftctm 



on 



sianer Purr, second 



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On ^.otion duly made by C^umia^ 
'^ '"^isaicr r 3erout, the 



Secretary vxxa authorised to re^ucit '^^'''C^ 



Torn fH( 



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adjacent to Ucunt Da. Hi,. 



pure ha. 
n Park, 



(rtain lota 



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Ifnio Scuare, The Christian Busineaa I' 



^ommittee*a r 



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proaramz in Union Square duri 



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evening of their conucnti 



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on, September ?<3 thro 



October I- 1940 



, u^aa re/errtd to the Superinte 



iyh 
ndentt 



All 



requests 0/ like nature 



, received in the 



future, will be handled di 



The follewiny letter 
the Superintendents 



reciJy 5; the Superintendent. 



ti wer- read and re/erred to 



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Request from i^rs. (?, 0. Gali 



van that sign. 



prohibiting bicvcU riding on pedestrian paths be 



placed in Golden Gate Park and 



bicycle rtnti 



ng store a, 



letter from California Football A 



ssociation vcn- 



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cerniny their request for an enrl 
field in John McLaren Parity 

Letter from Ernest P.usfeldt 



95ed r.occer football 



ouygeating that the 



lakes in Qolden Gate Park b" stacked 
black bullheadm 



joith comr.on 



Letter frcn The Football Writers Association of 



America, to Uayor Robinson 
box at Kesar Stadium^ 



f relative to the prest 



Lincoln 
Park: 



Lincoln Park^ T^.e San rranctBCO Ss^aminer^s requeoi 



or permission io hold the T- 



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ournamert at 




Lincoln Pirk , July ir 



Kesar Pa 



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Gaiardai, I'. r> h 72, 1950, for 



.1 iirthday party ujqs ^r " 



AQuztic Tar; 
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Iriah SooifiieB 0/ San rrancisco r^r n «. / , 

^^.laco /or ptmtsaion to hold 

a John Barry Dav Celthr-n^,. a ^v 

y V ^eJrbr^Uon ai the Band Concourse on 

Sunday, Septe^ter 11, 1949^ u>a, granted. 

The re.ucei fro.. The DanUh Central Co.nittee of 
S^ Franoisco ,or permission to hooe a Vanish^Day Pro.ra. 
^y iU Golden O.te Par* Band on June ., I,,, .,, ,,,,,,, 

i:odel Plane Content, sponsored ty the .orth.rn Cali/omU 
Plymouth Vealere, request to conduct a Ifocel Plane 

Contest at the Golden "-f- p,».i cw ^^ 

ox^en ^.t. . aT\ Stadium on July 20^ 

li^40, was (, ranted » 



l£t^2^^ons 0/ Tlm^, riuf. c. GtmdeU'c r^ruest 



Extensions 
of Timet 

for a Jnurteen .'a?/ i^xi- n'i' nn >% r *,-«, ^ 

^y >.xT.ns,on 9/ tiws to complete the 



Ceni.r,nial Buil^in.s in Portsmouth r^uare u^as ,r.n*ed. 
Biltwell Construction Company's r. ,uesi for 

a thirty .ui e.-' rcfon ,/ n^, to ..pUte ihe «M«il 

unit Of .> nehabilitu.- . j " r^ i^r ^-. ^..w..„ 

Tht follo:j,n^ l.tt r, cr, r ad and yrC^red fiUd: 
letter frcm Calif^rmta . , : ^ ^ ,itish Rite 

ci:presstng appreciation for 

annual Saoter C 



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from jTrtd X'cJufre. s 



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concerning the v i/le rai 



» oeorctary and Vict President, 
Gun Club, requcQtiny informot 



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S,r*Zool, 
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3an Francisco Z.-,-,lr^ f ^7 



jroa Lhe ^^aasour Siudioa, Hollywood, /o 
caged monkeys ai tfie showing of the pi 
J«rtomt, lohi^n it ia preaeni.d in 



^aru>;,f , T\e request 



r use 0/ some 



picture "A/rica 
• an Trine iaco. ioaa 



dii.'iiedi 



McLaren 
Park: 



ifcL'irtn Pj.rk^ On tht 
Director of Pr.ptrtu, -^he 



re.^oamendation of the 
'omviiaaion approved tht 



purchase, ihr3u:^h emfne-.f aa;4ai 



'j.c:int ian-i Itcatcd at the 



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aoufhe^^i csrn-r &/ ifublin 



^t^'gt and Persia dv€mie. to 



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wo. anount <,/ fU, 70S te po*. /„. Appropriation 

aissoo^s (Big r.eo ruid nou^e). 



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The rcpl:i.vei*ie n± of Ptln*, ti^,,* j r, 

Tachf ^-irLftr. S an Tfin^ i'^m 'r^u^ « 
-» Sf-J — rin. t^o Q, ^i;e Serr-tary preaenttd 

the /olloi^ing bidaf 



WerAy Tibbitis 



LmS,Jm^ Alt^rnai^ 



9^1g940 



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rcj J 75,00 

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J - ntracf i..^ ai^rrfecf U ^,zly -ihtitU Severing iht 



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DeUarde 




Terguaon Bros. 55^855 



(a) S34,C4S 

Ci>) 29^343 

(cj 80,333 

Ca) 03,731 

(bj 17,C:?4 

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On iHe reco-nnendaUon ,f t he 3uperint^r^ent and 
on notion duly n^ade an^ s econded, the /cllouing 
reaolutiona uiere adopifrdf 

RESOLUTION V n^jr^ 
RESOLVED ur^anUously ty ike Park Commissi. n that 
a contract be awarded to Wellnit. and DeNarde covering 
the construction of a lo.tkouse at St.^ lake. Golden 
Jate Park, San Francisco, and the Secretary be and he ia 
hereby authorised to execute the aame in the name of 
the Park Commission and that payment th^r /,r in the 
amount .r ^S4,249 (Altrrn^, a) be paid from Appropri^ 
ation 949^12 (Puhrman Bequeat Fund) ^ 
RES'^lVTIOff r^j^^T^ 
nmOLVED unani^.^^ly ^y -. Par- Cor^.miaaion that 
a contrmet be auiarded to Fergua-.i Iroa. ^ou.rin^ the 
^:.^U..ion 0, .t;^i.(.6 C' 'U .:.,,. I.v. ^aathoi^ae, 
olUn Gat, Par^ , r.an >r.., .-. , .- tHe S^cr ..r. .. 



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ref'rrel 



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'jyeau of " 7:ncu-nf ^evenuet 



S rgeint Warren Lane ^SS^CZ 

Taaht Bgrbor* On the rfcommen'.zi ^on of the Di 
or of ■ r.ation^l Actiuifiea, th ^ llowiny «;-r.,.^ 



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NAME OF APPLICANT 
Charles £• Crary 




NAy^: OP RHAT 

Mi 3 a Ann 



On n,ii,.. auly ..d. an, „cood.d, th. /»::,.,„, 
r^eolutiono mere adoptedt 

R-SOLVED unanimously by the Park Comnissio. thai 
fr the test inter^^st and prop.r conduct of the Park 
Department tHe Controller te and is hereby re.uest.d 
to approve the f^Uo^ing ir.ns/crs to provide funds 
/.r salaries oj the temporary employees required to 
replace per.nanent employees on l.aue without payt 
From Approp. 31-.110.01 t. Ar.r.p. 61^.11^.01 

ltJJ~^VV f"f^s;"»^<&^«, nC3 Gardener on 

leav. June 1 to June 30, 1949 ^ygo.OO 

From Approp. 3ir.llC.C- io Aoprop. S12.U::.03 

To rsplaoe Leo Ben-.ett, 112 Cc^\ an Uaue 



May 14 to May -^^ i^^g' 







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REJOJi- Eb unanimously .-y th. Park Con^ission that 



^or the best interest .:-. 
^epartTKent the O-nirollc 



'act ojth 



u Perk 



r be ^r.i is hfrrby r-— . ; ; t- d 



■i» approve the jcllsv:i-.^ PA7Mrr:Tr, t 

^XI't][^T_J''V^ET^OTIO}! ro 
T^.irri Proi,rt3s PayriT^* - 
0/ "V' HehabiUfcfion r r 

Finjil Payn^ni - rld{r,y/lF2uinZ 
Fu^nishiny a k. IrttK '•• ^ "> . - 
''ni^ iral 7aJ.* ^irl^T 

JAN rru NciFco CEN rFy*!T M c^Mrr^ ^E^ irc. 

Expenses paid May' IS 'F :. tl^rlm 

providing and oecurF.^ - "" \f ■ te 
vance of centennial anniv'siries, 
^''". I, 7^.'^ -9 .'un^ -, 1:1:. 



ith 

te cbserm 



Pat.ting a/ the Aviary , Girajje zzrn 
the Cl'J Ezo F\cd8, ". . .F-Jogical 



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G2S and Flectril C.^*^^* •^''''* Pacific 

ROT HUDS qW 

i'ar/f ConmiQsxoner »/ Minneapolis "^^^^ 



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iir^OLr^i, unani.,..2, 6, t.. Tar. Co..^,.,,n t.at 
/.r i.. 5eat fnt.r.at a.d .r.p.r coni.ct oftKe Park 
repari.ent tKc Controller U ana t. Hereby requested 
to approve ih. following AllOm-NTS and TRANSFrRJ, 

Ovortine - Cenc^-al Dijiaion 



Aprrorviaiion 3l3^0Qmes - Biy r,ec Field 

Fouae 

Prom t ' --^, 

ApTirooriri-timn 
til2^00'^a 

K^aar Stadium, (^^e place- 
men* of Seai,a) 

Qlr^^l3.04 

Jiruc tioi. : r Id ua 
Projects - a,C34.ry 
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Building Repairs Boiler Room piping <» 

valve a 

419 Public Jorka - Clean and line 3 hot 
Building Eepaira water boilert, check 

and clean steayr coila and 
trapa, renew manhole 
gash eta at Aquatic Park 
Eldg^ 



AMOUNT 
$270.00 

490.00 



RESOLUTION NO^ T/nn 
RESOLVED unanimouely ly t^>, Park Commi 



aaion ihai 



for the beat interest and pr 
Lepartment the Contract 'jjith 



oper conduct of the Park 
Ihe Pacific Electrical 



and Mechanical Company, In 
a floodlighting system :md 



c'», for the installation oj 
associated lighting tuork at 



Kesar ^tadiuaig he mod if 



ied to increase the contract 



price in the 



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oun* of $1,790.00 for which amount the 



sary ^ork for chanjea 



compani, agrees to furnish the neces 

and additions as folJo^JSi 

(l) Changes to Pant.! "-J r_nd adjacent 
control panel 

^S) Replace and r€l9caU circulating 

aisle lights bctiseen gai' a Zl mo Id 

(3) Install 1** C 3 #C fr»m pan0t Smi «• 






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5/ Install lights and switches in Eaat 



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{€,' IneLall lights and awite^a in are< 
below frcaa box 

(?) Install new CGA cutouta 

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aisles 

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RESOLVED unanin^ously ty the Park Co^r^ission thai, 
for the le.t interest and proper conduct oj- the Park 
I^.partMent, hie Honor the iTayor be and ie hereby 
requested to have an ordinance prepared to utilUe 
$ZOG.OC •/ ihe surplus existing in Appropriation 
812.400.0Z (E.uip^ent - Zoo Division) for the purchase 
of the following equipntntt 

One mall cweeper 'Jiith r tplacemen-t 

''''''''' $500.00 

ih.a sweeper being required f.r ^^e proper maintenance 

of the walks in the Zoological Gardens. 

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RE^CLUTIO IJ_NO^ 17 02 
WEEREAS the Board of Park Co^-'issionore has 
dotfrmin^d that it ia essential to ihe proper Jejtlop^ 
men'; of Ktaar Stadiun io have the City of San ^ranci -co 
acvire thr properties facing Tillard, Frederick and 
S'^tyan Strtfte, end 

WBEREAS it is desired fa increase *he :•-.'■ jk 
rS": seats, ai "-^ funds are amtlablt, ^-d 

fFr"^.-;j i-f is the opinion / ^ • oar4 of Park 
-. ■— .-Tf thai the properti- r f rr . • uhould 
. , . f-"* -it this -i^^ tfl as *o ^a^^ rt^ssthle ?h« 
*-; '^i 'J tM Stadium and f^.i? b^-'t-r accotuk . in of 

traffic in conntic-'ion i' ,- ■*?, ;-.;^ 

WKEBEAS i^irre is auailablr s^sr.c $S2C,000 tohich can 
• „ Led for the acquisition of Ta-tfe, and it is 

pinion of the Park Cemfisoion thai ". test use of 
ihtst fundi m^mld ie to ...^ir tht >^to>€ nentioned 
propertif Og and 

THfEREAS the revenues ahich the City would receive 
<i '» >a. f^f rentalt would yrcatly exceed the amount 
\ '.'es n^te receivtC by .L t; said properties, and 




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WBSnEAS tn. ...uiHUon of ,aU propertU. H., 6«« 
« ^Uer ,/ pr(,arj, con>tder^Uon by tMs and prior 
Park Commissioners, 

NOW, TFSREFORE, BE IT UrsclTED that w,. tHe Park 
Co^nir.u.ton, hereby petitUn th, Wor.orabU Board <,/ 
Saper.loor. of iHe City and County of San FrancJ.co t. 

make available the £rpn nnn "«« j.v 

i^<.<io,OC0 ^cr the purpoae of acquiring 

the aforesaid properiiea* 

JiEsr>lUTION \'0^ Tr-^.? 
nE30L7ID unanimously hy the Park ComKission that 
for the best intercut and proper co.-iduct of the Park 
Department hia Fon^r ike i'at/(,r be and is hereby r ecueate^ 
to hGue an ordinance prepard approp-iatin^ C^C.OOO 
from the Park Department Land lieoerve Account U 
Appropriation aiS.GO-.OC {1.-:^ . Jfount .auid.on Park 
^Tfrusiou) for ? purchatt ^ L^ts ^0^2 indusivt o, 
Blo'jk 2972, rr^^ir^^ i^ pronide frontaye far i'ount 
L-auidaor, P rk on a str^^et instead of to the r-cr of 



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'u^ae be and is '''-■by 



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aiuarded t# i"?. '.'T 

coTv^encin^ i . 'h: l^-t wa- / 'l.:^ 

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" J ' . ,- option of _' nsion o^' *^ 
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^pproial of the 
-^'^^i-ision, at a r .-^ 1 o^ :,ix p^r ;,e'.t of the total 
yroao receipts computed »»dnf^?„^ , r-) ; v » -f ;-; ,,q 
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and the Secretary oe and He is kerety autkori.ed to 
execute euok ayree.ent and to do and perfor. .uch acta. 
•n bekal/ of the Con.^U.ion, as may oe necessary or 
convenient to gioe effect to the purpose of this 
resolution^ 



RESOLUTION KO ^ in^AQ 
BESOLVEJ) that a concession and privilege of con- 
duciins the golf ehop and acting a. a profeeoional at 
the Harding Park Golf Course be cnJ is hereby au^arded 
to ^. r^, lOB.INS, for a parioa of t.o years ^.^enc 
ing on the lat day of July 1949 and ending on ihe 30th 
day Of June, 1951, both dates inclusive, with an 
•ption Of ext.^.sion of /V ..ntractfor an ad.litional 
i^9 yo^r p^rHd with ' .pproual of the Conmiasion, 
a* a rc;.tuj v ^ ix per ■:.ni ,f -, ^-^.7 ^ross receipts 
computed monthly, proui' hat in w, -ve^f H ui 11 

be leas than One hundred and fifty ($lro.GO) dollars 
and the Sccr^i.ry be ..-.d ^.e is hereby auihoria^d to 
- ^ ■ ■ '- - .3 -0 >-,.v. .I'lr u i' 

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conputcd nonthlu^ prouWed ihn-f ^r, 

u, i^iouiL,ea that in no *^vent H ■.■^uj ^g 

leos than One Hundred (^100) DoVora -^nn /». - 

he and he ia hereby author ia^d to execute +y. nr,r^ 

»»** i'fj trjrccuTe trie Qgreem^n't 

and t« da and -erfom inrh i ■*« , ^ , 

. ijorm oucn ^K,ts, on I'ihjlf oj the 

Commi^sian. aa matt '• -/?/.* o .,.,«, 

* o ''-a J . ..eoessari/ or jznuenient to jiue 

e/fect te» the purpoce of this resolution. 



RE3CIV7IDN rf)^ jryr^^ 4 

nECOZYED by the r^r\ Cr-:/.^;..; 



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and priuilsgt oJ op,-rating a ^-r - .'-• • -,...-,, 
prtuiXeie 9f celling gf^lf m.rchancicr ar . - ^ i ■ > t at 
inat certain parcel oj la.u J^f-., .^.^n a tract 0/ 
lane] bounded on the n.rth unj ^<rst ly Stoat Boulevard 
and Sunset Boulevard be and ia hereby au,arded to UP. 
LEE DOUGAN for a perl, I ,c,inni.g J.ly i, j,,, ,,, 
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. j/<..../. ...<9...^j thai the ControUer be a.v2 
U hereby re^ueeted U approu. the allotment of $1,-^00 
/ro« Appropriation 312^5^0.63 (Er.^inecrin^ ..nd Archie 
iectural S.ruicee), ^^r the abo.e deeoribe<i purposes. 



H^LotoM 11x^^.90^1^ The Secretary wae authorized io .^..ute 

a lease ^ith the Uaii.d States Go,,ra,n^nt coveriny the 
pl9t 0/ Ijnd Ucated at Pt. Ubo^ in San ^ran. - 0, 

■ >:h i£ briny used by the U. S.C-.-.t _. r : or - ^ i- e 
/or a lookout to-j)erm i 

That i.he deta:lc concerning the suggested rsaOmu 
stopping apacea /9r ^:un idpn ruUlray busses in front 

9f th- A.^^riwn ar.: :.'uscuii, ^s buyyestel by Ih- Pol ire 
Com.-iission, had ant iuc- compl. t^d. Th,2 natter wat 

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^•2* .n Friday, June 17, 1949, 9,30 a.m. 

The felUwtng C.mmU.Unere were presenti 

Mr. Michael J. Buckley 
Mr. Tred D. Parr 



Award 



P»9rd erqontrnrfji C.netruc±i.n . ^ . o.^^^ 
rWrocta. ^n^ Putt G.^f C o ur^,_ u q.ld.n a... p.,^^ The Seeretar. 
pre$ented the fellewing bidti 



^erge Pauleen 
Euettig and Schremm 
Terguaen Bree. 



Lump Sum 
$72,475.00 
98,346.25 
94,967.00 



Rea.Nt. 



On Ihe reeowmendatien ef the Superintendent 
the follewing reaelutien waa adoptedt 

RESOLUTIOM NO^ T7qi 
RESOLVED unanimeualy by the Park Commiaaien 
that a contract be awarded te George Paula.n covering 
the conatruction of a Pitchmd Putt Golf Courae in Golden 
Gate Park, San Franciaco, and the Secretary be and he ia 
hereby author i2ed to execute the aame in the name of the 
Park Commiaaion and that payment therefor in the amount 
•f $72,475.00 be paid from Appropriation 612^00-^2 
(Pitch Putt Golf Courae). 



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Interior Painting of Keaar Baakctball PavJlUn ^ 
golden Gate Park. San franc iaoo. The Secretary preaented 
the following bidat 



Induatrial Painting 

Compa ny 
Dave Ruaa 
A.Quandt A Sona 
Sunaet Painting and 
Decorating Company 
Rafael Company 
Deemer and Deemer 



lump Sum 



$2,625.00 
3,200.00 
3,373.00 

3,930.00 
3,963.00 
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4,796,00 
S, 640 ,00 



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On the recMMenMUn •/ t*t 5«p.rin*end*nt, 
th€ flUwing reBolutUn: maw ad.pt.di 

RS80LUTI0M un ^ yr >^y 
BESOirSD unanim.u.ly ty the Park CommU.Un 
*ha* a contract be awarded U Industrial Painting 
Company c.vering the interior painting of loMar 
Basketball Pavilion. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, 
and the Secretary be and he is hereby authorined U 
execute the same in the name of the Park Commission 
and that payment therefor in the amount of $2,625,00 

be paid from appropriation 812-213^4 (Maintenance and 

Repairs - Buildings), 



On motion duly made and seconded, the following 
resolutions were adoptedt 

RESaLUTIOM NO^ Jyp^ 
BESOLTED unanimously by the Park Commission that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby requested 
to approve the following Werk Orders t 
W.O, 



ifo» DEPARTMENT 



DESCRIPTIOM 



431 Real Estate Dept. Services and Expenses 

re acquisition of 
additional land in 
Assessor's Block 1263 
adjoining legar Stadium 



AMOUNT 
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RESOLViHf unanimously by the Park Commission that 

for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 

Department the Controller be and is hereby requested to 

approve the following transfers to provide funds for 



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m? ^ '•»P#rary •npUy..^ required U r.pj«., 

Contdi permanent ^mpUye.. on ieau. .itH.ut p^y, 

rr.u.pprop. si^.no^, u .ppr.p. .,,.,,,^, ,,^^^^^^ 
^•pJao«ny OUvanni Malleoni n^o n _ 

R9pla%ing Ebbt Levint and L»m^4a w w 600.00 

(T'llOe Ext.) vacation Relief 

Replacing Jules R^dioeu. 05S 0«rrf-- « 1,600.00 

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RSSOLUTION NO^ 1>^ A§ 
RESOLVED unanimoualy by the Park CemmUeien that 
fr the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department theControUer be and is hereby r equested to 
approve the following PATMEMTS i 



lEHNETH r. JOMES 

rir*Ji»r'*}r*'*7* " -P''*P«'-'»*<»'» of a Master Plan 
nV, Vl ^J^^l^P*^^* and Improvement of Sutro 
heights Park (Topographic A Location Map) 

COLLECTO R OF INTERNAL RE7EMUE 

Special Tax Stamps - Retail Malt Dealer 

ASSOCIATED ENGINEERS! 

First Payment - Replacement of Irrigation 
System at Bernal Park v » 

CHAS, L^ HARNEY. INC^ 

rJiS!/?*'"*'** " ^^<^^^ina and Repairing of the 
Etghth Avenue Entrance U Golden Oate Park. 

LEONARD COATES NURSERIES. INC^ 

First Payment - Street Tree Planting on 

California Street ^"ron I.'ofior, rtrct io 

LEONARD C OATS NURSERIE S, INCj, 



$2, 500.00 



132.00 
2,864.70 

4,410.00 

9,426.60 



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3,064.50 



Avenue from Geary Blvd. to Waller Street. 



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xzer oe and ts hereby requeated U 

approve the /ollou>ing ALLOTMENTS AND TRANSFERS, 

ALLOTMENTFl 

Appripriati 
812^500^62' 

siamcoo^oi 

dl2»600<m05 
91 2-^00 --01 
912^111^01 
912^112^01 
912^81^01 
91 2*1 12*02 
912*112-03 
912-112*04 



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rellt^l^'iV ^^°V/<*i^ Land 
Ae»or Stadium Land 

XJiowonce fer Overtime Qen.Diu. 
Joiidaya - Oeneral Division 

tlUA ^*'**<-^'»*'' - ^^n. Division 
ffolidayg - Zoo Division 

F^ijdaya - Commissary Division 

Holidays - Recreational Division 



TRANSFERS 



$72,475.00 
3,526.33 
1,000.00 
4,855.00 

828.00 

1,225.00 

18,620.00 

813.00 
2,250.00 

900.00 



From 

Appropriation 

812*600-04 

Tacht Harbor Land 



Appropriation 
812*600*01 
Fleishhacker Plfd.Land 

612-203*03 812*203*01 

cims^innf-^ n 812-500*65 

^tati^n 5/^"r"^;**'*'^* ^^^^Pans^e House 
Station * Stow Lake S.F.Zoological Gardens 



1,029.85 



30.00 



1,846.12 




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RESOLUTION NO ^ 7'ypn 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that /or 
the best interest and proper conduct of the Park Depart* 
aent the Controller be and is hereby requested to approve 
the transfer of $1500.00 from Appropriation 812*500-31 
(Combination Convenience Station Stow Lake) U Appropriation 
812-.913-01 (Band Stand Music Concourse * Replace Flooring). 



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«e«,yo. rnit <tt» IM« r«9u««t«d Xn the 194S>-1950 Midy«t re^utftt 
(^tdj and «u2>««9tt«ntiy diioppr.u«d by the rtnanee Committee 

•/ the Beard e/ Supervieere. The Finance Committee hae 
since indicaUd that they would approve thio expendi^ 
ture for the replacement of the flooring of the Band 
Stand at the Muoio Coneouroe in Golden Gate Park. 



gtflto Lake Boating Co nceoaion. On motion duly made 






Stow Lake 

Boating 

Concee* and seconded, the action of the Commission renewing agree 

ment with the Stow Lake Company (Boardman and Tilden) 
for a period of one year, for the boating concession at 
Stow Lake, approved May 11, 1949, was rescinded and the 
following resolution adopted* 

RES OLUTIOM MO^ 1793 

RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that 
the Secretary be and he is hereby authoritted ta enter 
into an agreement and execute the same for and in behalf 
of the Park Commission with STOW LAZE COMPAMT (calvin 
7, Tilden), San ^rancisoo, covering the concession for 
the exclusive privilege of operating beats for hire on 
Stow Lake within Golden Gate Park, for a period of two 
years commencing June 15, 1949 and ending June 14, 1951, 
at a yearly rental of 20% of the previous year's receipts 
payable 1/12 per month with a minimum monthly rental of 
$100.00. 

MOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED the Secretary is 
hereby authorised to do and perform such acts, on behalf 
of the Cormission, as may be necessary or convenient to 
give effect to the purpose of this resolution. 



Mteting There being no further business to co»« before the 

Commission, the meeting adjourned at lOgOO a,a« 



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Secretary 




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Jun9 S2, 1949 



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saion waa held 



on Wedneaday, June 22, 1949, 4 p.m., in McLaren Lodge, 



SCO 



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Oolden Gate Park, San Franc i 

The following Conmiaaionera were preaentt 

Mr. Harvey g. Teller, Preaident 
Mr. Michael J. Buckley 
Mr, Wm, M. Coffman 

Absentt f^r. Peter Bercut 
Mr. Fred D. Parr 

The minutea of the meeting of June 8 and the 
apecial meeting of June 17, were approved and adopted, 

Balboa Parkj^ The Superintendent atated that he 
waa preparing a report to be preaented to the ^ayor 
relative to the diacontinuance of the vegetable gard 



ena 



at Balboa Park and that copies 



wou 



Id be furniahed tht 



Comniaaion for discuaaion at a aubaequent meetit 



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Civil Ai r Patrol. The request from the Civil Air 
IJ J-' Patrol for a designated area in McLaren Park aa the site 
for ita wing net control radio station waa approved 
and referred to the Superintendent to make the neceaaary 
arran^ementa and to furnish a detailed report when 
completed^ 

^ Centennial C el ebration - Portamoui h Plaaa^ The 

.* '•■ requesta from the San Francisco Gold Rush Centennial 

Committee for permission (a) to allow the national 
groups participating in the "Amp riearnival*', July 1, 
2, 3, and 4, in Portamouth Plasa, to aell fooda, etc; 
( b) to allow the Pacific Catering Company to operate 
chuck wagona, aelling hot doga, aoft drinks, and pop~ 
corn; (c) to haue the convatence station 'ipen in the 
eveninga, with an attendant on duty and proper police 
protection, were granted. 



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riycasting Golden Gatf Park ^^r7jt.lnji_rnor^ r 



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of the Golden Gate Angling and Casting Club appeared 



to discuaa the pruning and removal 



to th§ flycaating pool, mhich 



of Bhrubt adjacent 



was allegedly interfering 



Bcusaion, the 



with the flycaating. After a full di 
matter waa referred to the Superintendent to make a 
complete inveatigation to determine if the aituatiot 
complained of could be eliminated. 



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Coffman, eeconded by Comnisaioner Buckley, the appli^ 
cation of the United Helicoptera Inc., fo 



no 



permiaaion 
to uae a po-tion of a vacant lot on the southeast 

rner of the Aquatic Park area for a landing field 
waa reject'>d, 

Fleiahhacke_r_Caj^ Messrs, Dewey y^ad and Vurray 
Norton, representing the San Francisco Forsemen'a 
Asscciation, appeared with reference to leasing the 

as a clubhouse 



to 



e representatives to 



Fleishhacker Cafe BuilfHng to b e used 

for their association. The matter waa referred 

the Superintendent to me^t u}ith th 

diacuas the proposal, 

Conaerv-tory, The Superintendent reported that hi 
wo« preparing a report to Uayor Robinson relative to 
requiaition for a nurseryman for the Cnnaervitn^y and 
that a copy would be sent ti the Cnmmisaicnera, The 
mati'»r waa ordered held in abeyan:^e pending completion 
of the report. 

McLaren Park . On motion of Commiaaioner Coffman, 
seconded by Com^.iasione'^ Buckley, the Secretary was 
inat-'uct' d to advise the Director of Planning that, 
until the Pa^k Department haa hid the opno'^tunity t^ 
arrive at a general deuelop^'nt plan ftr McLaren Park 
and the immediate vicinity, th'ough the co»rdinattng 





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r/ie following lett»rm m«>.« « « 

y aert.rc losre re/erred to Preatdent 

Teller: 

^eaar 3-^ adtum^ 

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§onc9rning the operation of a ouMhinn „ 

•^j a cusruon concetaion at 

Keaar Stadiwn^ 

^d:^^ 0ol6,n OaU P„j ^ L'tUr fro. Ur,. uay„u, A. 

nunur concerning tHe operation of a refreshment .ton, 
*- tH. „,oU.«, Of tH, Pioneer Women'. .,, caMn, Ool.en 

Oate Park* 

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klnL0ln..Park. Letter fro^ ^. ^ruce UacPHee re.ueal 
ing permission to install a snail, mobile food atand at \ 
Lincoln Park Golf Course. 

The following letters were read and referred to 
the Superintendent: 

Letter from Geo. C. Heikman rearresting that an 
eucalyptus tree on the S.W. corner of the intersection 
of Selby Street and Revere Aoenue be renooel. 

Letter from the Road Commissioner, C^^^rttv of San 
Hateo, stating that the natL-al flm of drainage water 
in the vicinity of Brighton Beach Subdivision (Sharp 
Park Oolf Course) has been blocked causing inconvenience 
to property ouners» 

Letter from Citiaens Committee for 200th Goethe 
Observance requesting that the monument be cleaned, an 
appropriate wreath be provided to be placed on the 
monument and that a floral bed in Conservatory Valley 
be arranged for the celebration to be held August 26. 
Knights Templars. The request from the 44th Tri^ 
ennial Conclave of the Or^nd Encampment of Knights 
Templars ,^r permission to arrange for concerts in 
Civic Center, Inion Square, and Golden Gate Park during 
their convention, Sept. 17 to P3, 1S49, was granted. 




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granted^ 

A quatic Park, TH. request fron tHe U. s. Coast 
Ouard for pemisston to install a pole .itk a platform 
on top ujith tu,o guya and anchor^ in the water at 
Aquatic Park, to te u,ed in a breecHes tuoy de^onstra^ 
tion on Sunday, AuguBt 14, for the Moose Contention, 
»o» granted^ 

The request from W. P. fuller A Company ChristmaM 
Party Committee for permission to use Agnatic Park, 
Saturday, Decemt^er 17, far an employees Christmas party 
toa» granted^ 

The following letters we-e read and ordered filed: 
Letter from United British Societte» thanking tie 

Conwission for cooperation in the British £mpire Day 

Celebration, 

Letters from Royal Danish Consulate and '*Bien'* 
thanking the Commission for cooperation in the Danish 
Conatituti99 Day Celebration, 

Letter from S.F. Lodge No. 3, B.P.C. Elks, thanking 
the CommifiBion for cooperation in Flag Day Celebration, 

yclaren Park Lan d Purchase, On the recommendation 
of the Director of Property, the Commission approved 
the addtfional payment of $100.00 for the nurchase of 
L9t9 8 and 9 in AasesBor*B Block 6000, in kcLaren Park, 

JnBtallatir>n of an ornamental iron .fence around 
the aioap '*Gjoa**, Golien Gate Park. San Francisco, The 
Secretary presented the following bids: 





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Star Iron WorlcB 



Michel A P/effer Iron 
Works Inc^ 



U, 550.00 (a) 4,310.00 
(b) 5,250.00 

4,635.a0 (a) 4,545.30 
(b) 4,985,30 

5,245.00 (a) 5,145.00 
(b) 5,710.00 



Joseph p. Haas 



5,453.00 (a) 5,223.00 
(b) 5,927.00 

7,070.00 (a) 6,750.00 
(b) 7,420.00 

On the recommendation of the Superintendent, the 
/ollowing resolution was adoptedt 
RESOLUTION NO^ t>qq 
RES01Y£D unanimously by the Park Commission that 
a contract be awarded to NEILSON BROS, INC., covering 
the installation of an ornamental iron fence around 
the sloop "GJoa-, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, and 
the Secretary te and he is hereby authorised to execute 
the same in the name of the Park Commission and that 
payment therefor in the amount of $4,635.80 be paid 
from Appropriation 8 12^991 "00^1, 



On the recommendation of the Superintendent, the 
following delinquent accounts were referred to the 
Bureau of Delinquent ^euenue: 

Clarence 0harton $10,00 Damage to Park Property 

ll^rge Chew 22.50 l/ooring F^es, Tarht Harbor 

Edward E. Plant 82.50 ** n n » 

On the recommendation of the Director of 
Recreational Activities, the following mooring license 
woa cancelledt 

Edward E. Plant 

On the recommendation of the Director of 
Recreational Act cities, the following ignoring licenses 





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George W,Reed 
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Cof/man. seconded by Commissioner Buckley, the Secretary 
was authorised to execute football agreements on 
behalf of the Commission. 

T acht H arbor^ On motion duly made and seconded, 
the Secretary was authorised to execute Tacht Harbor 
mooring license applications during July and August, 
as approved by the Director of Recreational Activities. 

On motion duly made by Commissioner Buckley, 
seconded by Commissioner Coffman, the President or 
President Pro tern were authorised to act on behalf of 
the Commission during the recess months of July and 
August^ 

On motion duly made and seconded, the following 
resolutions were adopted: 

RESOLUTION NO ^ 1794. 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that 
for the best interest and prop-T condu-t of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby requested 
to approve the folloioing PATk'LW'TS : 



SAN FRANCISCO CENTLNNIAL COMMITTEE, ISC. 
Expenses paid June ls^49 in connection ivith 
P'^oviding and securing appropriate obser- 
vance of centennial anniuersarie s, Nov, i, 
1943, to June 30, 1949. 

ASSOCIATED ENGINEERS, INC. 

Fourth Progress Payment - Installation of an 
Irrigation System Unit P and i'nit 3, Golden 
Gate Park. 



$d,£63.8l 



2,694.60 



PACIFIC PUMPING COMPANY 4,380.00 

First Payment - Furnishing and Installing a 
Booster' Pump at the Mw^phy Dutch Windmill 
Golden Gate Park. 




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RESOLUTION tiO^ T7qk 
RESOLVED unaninouslv by tke Park Co^^Usion that 
for the best Interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and i. Hereby requested 
to approve the following Order for Seruice or Vorkt 



ORDER FOR 
SKRVICE 
OR 
WORK 



VENDOR 



DESCRIPTION 



APOUNT 



9a Giampolini d: Co. Sandblasting and paint- $1,189.0^ 

ing of exterior of the 
Lion House, S.F.Zoological 
Gardens, 



RESOLUTION NO . I79fi 
RESCIVFD unanimousli/ by the Park Conmiaaion that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby requested to 
approve ihe following tfOkl ORDERS: 

W.C. 

NC. dEPARTl/ENT 



DESCRIPTION 



Ai/CUNT 



432 Park Commission Insiallaticn of an orno- $1,13^,65 

mpntal iron fence iround 
the sloop '*Gjoa** (portion 
from '*Gioa" Foundation 
Becuesty 

433 Park CoyKmisaion Installaf ion of an orna- 3,^03,15 

cental iron fence around 
the flonp ^GJoa** (portion 
from Appropriation 612,^13,01) 



uESCLUT IO N NO. I'^y? 

RESOLVED unanimously by t\f Park Comniiisicn t>.at 

for the best inieresi anC proper conduct of the ^ark 

Department the Coniroller be anc is ^••~'^^ requested 

♦o hold oucr for use in ihe next fiscal year for the 

purpose for which the funds were inade available the 

unencumbered balances in th* f-yllnu.ing appropriations: 

Appropriation Amount 

dip. too. 20 Rehabilitation of "^ -nr^r.ience $ 7,530.00 

Stations. 



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APPRCP RIATIOK 

air.P00.63 €nsin>erins i AroHiUctural 

Serv%ce$ 
Large Chimpanjtee Fouee 
Sutro HeigHts - Survey, Ana and 

S.r^Zoological Gardeno - 
^^^o'l^'^^ience Station 
Children's Quarters - Sharon 

Pitch Putt Gol/ Course 
re ^ar stadium - Replacement of 
Seats '' 

street Tree Planting 
Outdoor Rifle Range 
McLaren Park Land 
reaar Stadium Extension - Land 
ifount Davidson Park Extension - 
Land 



812* 500 » 65 
ei2»500,7? 

812.500.79 

612.500.a0 

812.500.82 
812.500.88 

812.500.92 

812.500.93 

812.500.101 

812^600.01 

812.600.05 

812.600.06 



$7,163.33 
4,733.00 

43,i^l7.18 

12,000.00 

43,668.00 
73,346.25 

1,422.66 

71,084.93 

1,483,40 

14,500.00 

56,999.46 

220,000.00 



812.400.02 
812. 213. 04 

812.214.06 



812.915.01 
812.913.01 



30,000,00 
500.00 



Equipment - Zoo Division 
(for small sweeper) 

ifaintenance A Repair^Recreational 

division . ^„^ 

(Coit Toaer Leak Proofing * Repairs)' ' 

rA? iT^'V t ?'^°*'' - ^^^^ctures 13,410.80 
(Aquatic Park Division (Repairs 
^<iuatic Park Building, Bleachers 
JraJia and Convenience Stations) 
Calxforr.ia Centennials Celebration 
replacements and Reconstruction 
General Division 
Band Stand - l/usic Concourse 
Replace Flooring 



11,041.00 
1,500.00\ 



RESOLUTION NO^ IT'QP 
RESCIVED unanimously by the Park Comn-ission that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby requested to 
approve an Encumbrance Request for $3836.00 to Loomis 
Armored Car Service, Inc. for arwored car service for 
the park revenue units for the year ending June 30,1950, 



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RESOLUTION h'O^ jfinn 

RESOLVED unanimously by the Pa^k Commission that 
the Secretary be and is hereby authorised to enter into 
an agreev.ent with the San Francisco Centennial Committee 
Incorporated for the follojiing purpose: 

To provide for and secure appropriate observance 




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6/ the Centennial AnniueraarUs, wHicH are significant 
in the history of the State of California and the City 
and County of San franc isco, occurring from July 1, 
1949 to Docember 31, 1949. 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOL 7ED, the 
Secretary be and he is hereby authorij^ed to execute the 
agreement ond to do and perform euch acts, on behalf 
of the Commiaaion, aa may be neceaeary or convenient to 
give effect to the purpose of this resolution. 






RESOLUTION N:^ ifini 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Conjr.ission that 
the contract for the catering services tc be rendered 
at Kegar Stadium, Oclden Gate Park and other facilitiea 
under the Jurisdiction of this Commission, be and is 
hereby aioarded to the Pacific Catering Cnwipany, 354 
Taylor Street, San Francisco, for a period commencing 
July 1, 1949 and ending June 30, i&fij — the Pacific 
Catering Company to receive 30% of the gross receipts 
received from the sales of food, beverages, and etc, 
and 89% of the gross receipts from the sale of tobaccos, 

BE IT FUdTHER RESOLVED that the Secretary be 
and is hereby authorised to execute such documents and 
perform such acts, on tehalf of the Commission, as may 
be necessary or convenient to give effect to the 
purpose of this resolution. 



RESOLUTION NC, 1802 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commifsion that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby r equested 
to approve a credit modification of contract in the 
offiount of $7,22 against the contract -Jiith Ralph Murray 



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policy governing the operation of the Aquatic Park 
Building, On motion of Commiaaioner Ccffman, seconded 
by Commiaaioner Buckley, the Commiaaion eatabliahed the 
future policy of requiring all applications for use of 
the building to be in writing and that written approval 
of the applicationa, outlining the regulationa under 



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/or directing M. Ool.en 0,u Par, Ban,- t^, a*o„. 
anount ,f f?.^, ,,„^ ,,, unerp.n,,, 5aJance 0/ t». 
f^0,000.00 allooau, ,y „„«,„, ,, ,,,^, ^^^^^^ ^^^ 

<*«r„t<„s Ooid„ <,at, Par* Ban, for t,. ,«r e^,„, 
June 30, 1949, 



^^^^^^r^ILjarl^^i^Oe^Ml^ Plana bp Pollack and 
Pope for the conatruction of o rifU range in McLaren 
Park, presented by the Superintendent, were approved 
and the Superintendent waa inatructed to call for bida, 
The Superin tendent n^ pnr-tmHf 

That the pipe line leading from the reservoir on 
Strawberry Eill at Stow Lake, Golden Gate Park, had 
broken and that a survey waa being made to determine 
the amount of damage done and to secure an estimate 
of coat covering the repaira theretom 

That the Chimpangee Vln" had died at the San 
Francisco Zoological Gardena* 

That, at the request of the Recreation Commiaaion, 
he had made an inapection of treea in Sigmund Stern 
Grove and that the Park Departmmt tree toppera would 
remove the most dangeroua treea, ufi ich would take 
approximately three weeka. 





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intoxicating liouora i* nT>nh4K*^ j 

y *^uora la prohibited, except by special 

permiaaion of the Park Commiaaion. 



S^^ r..re being no further buaineaa to cone before the 

Commiaaion, the meeting adjourned at 6t30 p.m. 



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Secretary 




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July 82, 1949 



Spfcial 



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rk Commisnio 



on July 2S, 1949, ai 



n waa held 



9:30. 



The followiny Conmisai 



onfira were present, 



Ha 



oey E.Teller, President 



i/icHael J, Buckley 



Vm. if, c 



offman 



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f'red D, Parr 
Absent: Peter Bercut 
Conceaaion Aqre^m^ni-^. q 



Parr, seconded by Comni 



n motion by Commisaioner 



asi^ner Buckley, ResnJuti 



ona 



s. 1769, 1770, 1771, and 1772, adorted 



on May £5, 1949 



were rescinded, 



The Secretary una authorised to execute 
menta with Lee Dougan for the Golf Drioina Ra 



new agree- 



nee at 



Sloat and iiunset Boulevard 



a; Ted Robbina, Golf 



Professional at Hardi 



ng aolf Course; Allen Schoux. 



'Olf Professional at Sharp Park Golf 



Course; and Ray 



de Haven, Golf Pro ^ 



^ Professional at Lincoln Park Golf Coursi 



On motion by Comy^ iss ioner Buck: 



fy, seconded by 



Commissioner Coffman, the follo'jji 



ng res'^Iutions were 



adopter 



RESOLUTION AT. 1S09 



RESClVEr by the Park Conn. 



ssion that a concesai 



on 



and 



rioilei,e of operating a golf driving range and the 



se and equipment at 



privilege of selling golf merchandi 

that certain parcel of land lying uithin a tract of lam 



bounded on the r.orth and west by Sloat I 



rr' rut 



Sunset Boulevard be and 



rt bi c.irofr W i'/7. LE£ 



DOUGAN for a period beginning July 1, 2^4J 



and 



end ing 



June 30, 1950, at a monthly ^ental of d% of the gross 
receipts until the cumulative grosfi receipts for the 
year in which this agreement is effective shall amount 




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to $50,000 an, for tHat portion of tHe year during 
wHick the cumulative gross receipts exceeds $50,000 
tHe rental .ill ^. 10% of tHe gross receipts, computed 
monthly, provided that in no event tHe montMy pa^^ent 
u>ill te less than $1P5.00 and the Secretary be and he 
ts hereby autho^i^ed to execute such agreement and to 
perform such acts, on behalf of the Commission, as may 
be necess^zry or convenient to gi,e effect to the purpose 
Of this resolution. Resolution Ko. 177S is hereby 
rescinded. 

RESOLUTION NOj _ Jffjj 
RESOLVED that a concession and privilege of 
conducting the golf shop and acting as a professional 
at the "Tarding Park Gclf Course be and is her- by 
x^arded to I'R. TED ROBBINS, for a period of tJio y^ars 
commencing on *he 1st day V ^'^ly ^945 and ending on 
the 30th day of June. 1051, both dates in-lusive, xith 
an option nf extension of the contract for an additional 
tuo year period uith the approval of the Com^issi^n, at 
a rental of e% of the total gross receipts until the 
rumul^ti"e grnss receipts for each fiscal year amount 
to t50,ncn^ and for that portion ■>/ the fiscal year 
during '^thirh the cumulative gross receipts exceed 
$50,000 the rental shaU te 10% of the total yrcss 
receipts, computed n^oniMy, provided that in in -,','f»nf 
.•;2J the --f-.-'My ^ental ^^ l^ss *han ^150. OC jnithe 
Secretary be an-' he is heyeby authorized to exeruf'- ruch 
agreement an ' -3 in and perform such act?, -n behal '' ? ' 
th*' C "m'^ insion as may '-f necessary or c- nient to 
•-'■'' '//^'^■f '^ 'the purpo-ie \ 'hir resolution, 
^es-luticn A'f?, 1769 is hereby rescinded. 





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RESOLUTION NO. jajj 
RSSOLVED that a conceasion and privilege of 
conducting tke golf sHop and acting as a professional at 
the Lincoln Park Oolf Course be and is hereby awarded 
to MR. RAT de HAVEN, for a p.riod of t.o years co^nenc^ 
ing on the 1st day of July, I949, and ending on the 
30th day Of June, 1951, both dates inclusive, iviih an 
option of extension of the contract for an additional 
two year period with the approval of the commission, 
at a rental of 3% of the total gross receipts until 
the cumulative gross receipts for each fiscal ^jear 
amount to $50,000, and for that portion of the fiscal 
year during Mhich the cu0iulative gross receipts exceed 
$50,000 the rental shall be 10% of the total gross 
receipts, computed monthly, provided that in no event 
will the monthly rental be less than $100, OC and the 
Secretary be and he is hereby authorised to execute 
such agreement and to do and perform such acts, on 
behalf of the Commission, as may be necessary or 
convenient to give effect to the purpose of this 
resolution. Resolution No, 1770 is hereby rescinded. 



RESOLUTION NO, 181 8 
RESOLVED that a concession and privileye of 
conducting the golf shop and acting as a professional 
at the Sharp Park Golf Course be a'^a is hereby awarded 
to MR, ALLAN SCHCUX, for a period of imo years ccmmenc 
ing on *he 1 " t -^aj/ of >^uly, 1^4. , and eiiing nn the 
30th day of June, 1^51, ^c th dat^s inclut>ive , with an 
optiitn of extension of the contract for an additional 
tioo year period with the approval 0/ the Com^isaion, 
at a rental of 8% of t'l? total gross receipts until the 
cumulative gross receipts for each fiscal year amount 
t-j $50,000, and for that portion of the fiscal year 



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WHICH the oumulatioe gros, receipt, exceed $50,000 
the rental sHall ,e 10% of tke total gro.s receipts, 
computed monthly, provided that in no event will the 
monthly rental te less than $100.00, and the Secretary 
be and he is hereby authorised to execute the 
agreement and to do and perform such acts, on tehalf 
0/ the Commission, oa may be necessary or convenient 
to give effect to the purpose of this resolution. 
Resolution No. ir?! fg f^^rnby rescinded. 



Buena Vi s ta Park Conuen i 



ence Station, 



^n mo tion 



duly made by :ommissioner Pa 
Buckley, the plans for the B 



rr, seconded by Cnmmissioni'r 



uena Vista Park Connen 



IX ence 



Station were approved and the Superintendent 
instructed to call for bids covering thi 



toat 



Is project, 



San Francisco Centennial r 



'^mmitteem On motion 



duly made by Commissioner Coffman, seconded by 



Commissioner Parr, the r.ecret 



ary was authorised to 



modify the agreement with the San rnndsco Centennial 
Committee and the following resolution was adnptedt 
RESOLUTION NO. IB 14 
RESOLVED unanimously ty the Park Co-n^ission that 



fnr the b^st int. 



er^st end proper conduct of the Park 



Department the Jnntraller be and 



is hereb, 



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to modify *he contract with the San ^rincisco Centennial 
Con.Kittee , Inc., for services to provide and secure 
appropriate observance of the Centennial Anniversaries 
occurring from July 1, l'^4y, to December 31, 1.4^, to 
eliminate the restriction contained in said contract 
whereby the San ^ ranc isco Centennial Comi^ittee, Inc, 
is limited in the expenditure of funis to "amounts not 
to exceed the sums placed after each respective month 
(wMch sums are not cumulative)" and to authorise the 



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DESCRIPTION 



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Services ar.d erpensea $100.00 

in re leiiciny of Cify 
O'jjned oil lands acquired 
^rom the Estate oj' Alfred 
Euhman, d eceiaed. 
(Authorized by Ordinance 

A'o. 163c, Bill A'o. 1704,) 



JjESpL UTlON AT. 2a04 
.lESriVEU unanimously by the Park Com.-^ (.«sf -^ t ^\ai 
for the Deat interest and proper cnn.Juct of the Park 
Vepartnrni the Controller te ar,d is hereby requested 
to a^^pr-^ve t^- fnllo-in^ transfers to proi^ide funda for 
Balariea of temporary employees required to replace 



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.^. ^ir.::"..^! to Approp, 92P.11S,01 $900^00 



r.e placing Dim^t-inug Korkos, 'Cc- Garuener, on 
&ick leave July 16 - August :, U.^f. 'T'IIPV 

^500, DC' 

lieplacing lir.^^lte LeOuf.'.f ^ "^i^p C-eneral 
Clrrk Stenographer f i^J: l^nve 

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approve the /ollo-jjing H'CRK ORDERS: 



KO. pEPARTkENT 



DESCRIPTION 



KP.eproULctxor, of Buildings - Ke:ar 

Bureau) Stadium rrtenaion Lane 

*"5 5. r.Water Depi. Inctallins 4" Temtcrarr 

S-^urce ir. Golden bate 
Par): at I'ain j^-fv and 
Cth A'.'fi'ue 

436 Vept, Public Works Repair breaX - 6" siae 

aeiaer - F'^rta^.outh 
Square 



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260.00 



RESOLVED unanimously by the Pary .-rffsafon thai 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park \ 
Department the ContrcUer te and is herebi, re,^cst-d 
to approve the follouying PATLFSTi:: 

date:; est ate c ohpasy 

r i nal re k tal pay-e n i fo r Pa. r: t 2 i: 
Yacht Farbor land 

ASSrciATED ENGINEERS, INC, 

Final Payment - repldcerent of irriyat ion 

system at B?rnal Park, .<^o-. ■-,". r-n 



138.12 



318.30 



LECVARD n CAT EC KUJIIER IFS, INS. 
Final PiijTr.ent •'Sireet Tree Fla'-.tino 



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^alif^mia Street frcz Va 
Thi^t^-third Auenue 



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i^Z.*^ W /tn i.> . ' i \ j. £,0 _.T JjlQ } , .1 . £.C J ^ "!- • 

Final Payrfer. t "Si reet 'T-re\ Fl a -,t ir.^ tn 
Ifaannir A">enu€ from Oeary Szule'jard to 
JTaJ' T J treet 

ceil iC TOR OF INTEhNAL REV-^NJ-E 
^^ileril Tcjr rn Adn i^ p. i ^ r.s - Junf ' 'J- 



J. G. a RATTAN 

Jecind Prc^rttss Payment - Drillin^ Tn • Jaainy 
of J 24 inch uiater .ell, vicinity ■>/ the North 
Dutuh ilTindnill. 

^ ^^AT, L. ^AT.l'ET^ INC. 

^inal Payment "Widening and Repaying of the 

Eighth A'tpnue entrance to Golden G at^ Pa^k 

LP Ok' IS Ald'ZHFJj CAR SERV ICEj INC^ 

Armcred Car Service f^r Park 1e venue Units 

June 11-4 i^. 



1,111.38 
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RALPH iiVR RAl 

Music Concerts - June 1D49 

PACIFIC ELECTRICAL ^ ifFCFAf/TPAT cniTAfTT 

Flocdlighting System and Associated Uchtinc 
Work at Keaar Stadium. *i,»t*r.j 

g, PAULSEN 

Second Progress Payment - Improvements to 
Redwood Memorial 'Jrove, Golden Gate Park 

PC Li A CI A POPE^ ARr^ rTTf^rr^ 

First Payment -Preparing a general plot plan 
and a graainy plan for a rifle range to be 
constructed in HcLaren Park 

BIL TV ELL C CKS TRUCTIC N_C(K_ 

Sixth Progress Payment - Second Unit fl " the 

Rehabilitation of Zesar Stadium^ " 



18,630.00 



6,362.50 



1,000.00 



13,570,00 



BEN C. GERWICK , IKC^ ^^ 

Fourth Progress Pai'ment - Repairs to Recreation ' "' ' 
Pier, Aquatic Park. 



I'ALOTT dt P E T£RSOK^GRUNDT 

First Payment - Surfacing of walks at 

Garfield Sr^uare, Folly Park, and iashington Square 



7,020.00 



ELVIN C. STKNDELL 

Final Payment - Construction of California 

Centennial Buildings in Portamouih Square. 

2/ INTO N f JCUBOIf 

First Paymrnt - I'ascnry Work on the Existing 
Lagoon Shoreline Coping at the Palace of Fine 
A^ts, San '^ranci SCO 

Final Payment - In?.tallation of an Irrigation 
System Unit ^2 (Seccnd Pari) and ''r,it ^3 
Golden Gate Park, Sa^ Frinci sec 



3,895.$0 



fi C 7 o /fry 



5,937.00 



RLE^lVTICt: K O. iaC7 
RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commit si-n i\zt 
for the best interest and P"'/ ' -^nduct of the Park 
l^epartnent fheControl ler If -id i .-, hereby, requested 
to approve the following zllotments: 

ALLCTl'ENTS 

A ppropriation 

812. COO. 04 Tacht ''irbor Land 136.12 

912.200.01 Contractual Services - General 

riuision 656. OC 

912.269.03 Armored -ar Service - ->'^'^ issary 

Division 3,336.00 



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RESOLUTION .vn^ Tflgg 

RESOLVED unanimously hv the Park r«»»v 

'^ v uy xne ram ConmisBxon that fov 

the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department, his Honor the ifayor be and is hereby 
requested to approve the following items of increase 
in the budget of the Park Department for 1949^1S5C. 



Appropriation 

913-130^01 ' Wa^es - General Division 

^ - Zoo Divisi on 
^ - Commissary Division 
- Recreational Division 
Pfrmanent Salaries - Com,I)iv, 
Retirement Alloioance^en^Div. 

- Z'>o Divn 

„ " - Com.Di^f. 

" - RecDiv. 



912-130-02 
912-130^03 
912-130-04 
912-110-03 

9i2,aco.oi 

912.860.02 
912.860,03 
912'^60-04 



912'S0O-01'l Services Other Depts.Shop ifl 



$6,995.00 

172.00 

277.00 

720.00 

1,512.00 

795.00 

19.00 

203. OC j 

82.00 i 

373. CO \ 

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the above supple^.ental requests being required account 
0/ the increase in the uocges and salaries oj' certain 
employees in accordance with the provisions of 
section 151.3 of the Charter. 



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nESCLVTION NO^ 1^13. 

RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that 

for i he best interest and proper conduct ^ *\e Park 

Department -"he Controller be and is \erety r^^wrted 

to approve the following PATlf-NTS : 

SAK FRANCICCO CtNTEKNlAL COl'l'ITZ'^E, INC. $2, 664 . 4 C 

K::pf?n3es paii June ii>49 ^Supple^'^nialJJ in 
connection uith pr:)uiding ana securing appropriate 
observance cf centennial 2Tn f t'T.'^-r-if s, A'"-, 1. 
1948 to June 30, 1949 



SAN FRANCICCO .-lNTLNNIAL COLll lTTKE, IN^. 
Expenses pail July lj4if in connection uith 
providing and securing appropriate observance 
of centennial anniversaries, July 1, 1^4i/ to 
Dec^m^cr 31, 1^,49. 



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San Francisco, California 
Augu9t 16, Jt4& 

Spe^ A special meeting of the Park Commission u>as Held 

on August 16, 1S49, at St30, 

The following Commiaaionere were present: 

Harvey K, Teller, President 
Peter Bercut 
Michael J, Buckley 
Ifm, M, Coffman 
Fred D, Parr 

frt^nsjona Extensions of Time. On the recommendation of the 

Superintendent, the following extenaiona of time were 
granted: 

Paulsen Nuraery - thirty daya for the coi^pletion 
of Improoementa to Redwood Memorial Grooe, Golden 
Gate Park, 

J, G. Grattan - sixty daya for the completion of 
Drilling and Caaing a 14 inch Wafer tell. Vicinity of 
North Dutch Windmill, Golden Gate Park, 

Ben C. Gerwick, Inc. - thirty days for the com" 
pletion of Repaira to Recreation Pier at Aquatic Park 
(due to atrike against Material Supplier), 

Pacific Electrical ind if'^chanical Co, - thirty 
daps for completion of Installation Floodlighting 
System and Associated Lighting Work, Kesar Stadium, 
Golden Gate Park, 



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^n motion duly made and seconded, the following 
resolutiona were adopted: 

RESOLUTIO N SO, 1315 

hJ'.SOLVED unanimously by the Park Commiaa ion that 
for the beat intereat and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby requested 
to approve the following AlLOTMEh'T^, 



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JContd^) Appropriation 
912'111'01 

91S '900*01 



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ALLOTUENT .^ 



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Allowance for Overtime - 
General Division 

Contractual Seroicet • 
General Division 



912'130'03/2 Wages, Temporary - 

Commissary Division 



912^200-03 

912-300-03 

912-350-03 

912-200-04 

912-215-01 

812-915-01 



Contractual Services • 
Commissary Division 

Materials A Supplies - 
Commissary Division 

Foodstuffs - Commisaarv 
Division 

Contractual Services - 
Recreational Division 

Maintenance A Repair — Walks 
(* Roads General Division 

California Centennials 
Celebrations 



$ 150.00 
300.00 
24,440.00 
600,00 
500.00 
50,000,00 
400.00 
1,715,00 
11,041,00 



RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Fork 
Department the Controller be and is hereby requested 
to approve the following PAT ML NTS: 
C0LL_EC T0R OF INTERNAL R EVENUE 
Federal Tax on Admissions - July 1949 
FERGUSON 3R0S^ 



939.65 



7,5'^9,60 



First Progress Payment - Installation of 
Utilities to Site, Stow Lake, Golden Gate 
Park. 

BEN C. GEhwICK. IN C, 

Fifth Progress Pavment - Repairs to 
Recreation Pier, Aquatic Park, 

G IAkPOLINI (f CC, 

Sandblasting and Painting of the Exterior 
of the Lion House, San Francisco Zoological 
Gardens, 



23,592,60 



1,189.00 



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J, G. G RATT AN 

Third Progress Payment - Drilling and 
Casing a I4'inch Water Well, Yidnitl «r 
tHe North Dutch Windmill, Gulden G^'e Yark. 

JJKALT TIBBITTS CON STRUCTION nn^ 

nrst Progress Payment - Replacement of 
Piles, Floats and Dredging at Tacht Harbor. 

JUSTICE DUNN CO^ 

Jirat Poym<?nt - Street Tree Planting on 
rel] Street from Polk Street to Stanyan 
Street. ' 

LOON IS ARMORED CAR SERVICE 

Annored Car Service for the Park Revenue 
Units - July I&49 

RALPff MURRAY 

Golden Gate Park Band Concerts - July 1S49 

PACIFIC ELECTRIC AT. a- MECHANICAL m. 

^J'^*?,^''?^''^** Poj/menf - Installation o " o 
Floodlighting System and Associated Lightino 
Work at Kexar Stadium, Golden Gate Park, 

G. PA^ 'LSEJf 

Third Progress Payment - Improvements to 
Redwood Memorial Grove, Golden Gate Park. 

GEORGE PAULSEN 

First Progress Payment - Construction of a 
Pitch and Putt Golf Course in Golden Gate 
Park. 

jfELLN lTZ AND D ENARDE 

First Progrpss Payment - Constructinn of a 
Boathouse and Installation of Utilities to 
Site, Stow Lake, Golden Gate Park. 

MINTON AND KUBCN 

Final Payment - Masonry fork on the Existing 
Lagoon Shoreline Coping at the Palace of 
F-'ne Arts, 

MALOTT A PETE R SON ^GRUNLT 

Final Payment - Surfacing of H^alks at Garfield 
Square, Holly Park, and Washington Square. 

SHCtiELINL PLANNING ASSOC. OF CAL IF. . INC, 

Membership dues in Shorline Planning Assoc, 
of Calif, for the period of one year from 
July 1, li,49 through June 30, 1950. 



171 



5,065,00 



3,581.70 



3,950.10 



324.00 



2,669.00 



49,676.40 



2,745.00 



3,260.70 



5,770,60 



279,18 



760,00 



750,00 



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7nt3.; Final Payment - Furnishina and Inmi-nin^ 

SiJ^irOIUlU PACIFIC TITLK ry^r.j^^fj_f^ 
l^rJ^^/^"*/' *^"'»»or'. Block 6000. 

g, g. FINN H AUDWOOL FLOCiR nn^ 

V^'V/J'HW' " -^^Pa^^a to JTioor, jr*,ar 
Baaketball Pavilion, Golden Gate Park. 

BILTWELL CON STRUCT ION CO . 

thr2!Lhr??r*J' P^yy^t - Second Unit of 
the Rehabilitation 0/ Keaar stadium. 
Golden Gate Park, "-u***-, 

THOMAS F. CHACK 

^^^'^^l P^V^ent - Preparation of plans and 
specifications for all of the proposed 
new loork in the Rehabilitation of Kesar 
Stad\}ai, Second Unit, and Supervision of 
Construction of any ioork execuUd, 



Re 8, No. 
1817 



460.00 



100.00 



3,760.20 



7,010,55 



4,687.50 



RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby requested 
to approve a Credit Modification of Contract in the 
amount of $143.00 against the contract with Ben C. 
Oerwick, Inc., for Repairs to Recreation Fxpr at 
Aquatic Park. This credit represents the net deduction 
resulting from certain additions and deductions to the 
above contract requested by the Consulting Engineers, 
Punnett, Parea, 4 Hutchison and J. E, Faye s , and priced 
in accordance Mith the Contractor' a bid prices for 
additiins and deductions. 



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RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby requested to 



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Wontd.'J of tSlO.SO against the contract mith the Biltwell Con- 

atruction Co., for the Second Unit of the Rehabilitation 
Of Kesar Stadium. This credit represents the difference 
between the $500.00 allowed in the contract for tests 
and the $289.50 actually spent for these tests, the 
balance of $210.50 being returned to the Park Commis- 
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hes,lio. 

1819 



RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Covmission that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby requested 
to approve the following ifORK ORDER: 



WORK ORDER 

KUl/BER DEPARTMENT 



DESCRIPTION 



AMOUNT 



437 



Park 



Additional to Contract ^1, 041,00 

Wl25 (Supplemental) for 

services to provide for \ 

and secure appropriate 

observance of the Cen- 

tennial Anniversaries 

occurring from July 1, 

1949 to December 31, 

1949 



1820 



RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller te and is hereby requested 
to approve the following Orders for Service or Work: 



ORDER FOR SERVICE 

Ok WORK VENDOR DESCRIPTION 



AMOUNT 



99 Ferguson Bros* Emergency Repairs $3y,513m00 

to Strawberry Hill 
Reservoir, Replacing 
^and Fill and 
Removal of Sand 
from Stow Lake. 



P-es.No. 

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RESOLVED unanim'^usly by the Park Commif>sion that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby requested to 



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approve the folloioing TRANSFERS: 

TRANSFERS 
From m^ 



Appropriation 

912-500-62 $34,300,00 

Irrigation System - 
Unit No^ 4 



812-500-63 
Engineering and 
Architectural 
Services 



5,213.00 



Appropriation 

912'500-111 
Repairs to 
Strau>berry Fill 
Reservoir, 
Replacing Sand 
Fill and Reno val 
of Sand from 
Stow Lake 



939,513.00 



RESOLVED unanimously by the Park Commission that 
for the beat interest and proper conduct of the Park 
DeparlMent his Honor the Mayor be and is hereby 
requested to have an ordinance prepared appropriating 
$2,683.78 from the surplus existing in Appropriation 
912,500.92 (Lincoln Park Irrigation System) for 
Modification of the Contract with J, G, Grattan for 
Drilling and Casing a 14'inch Water Well, Vicinity of 
North Dutch Windmill. This addition of (2633. 78 to 
the above contract is required to insure a tight and 
permanent installation to the bottom of the Well which 
at present is caving in badly. As the cost of the 
modification required exceeds 10^ of the amount of 
the contract (512,551,04) the approval of the Mayor 
and the Board of Supervisors is requested^ 



tiSSOLVED unanimously by the Park Coiimission that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hcfby requested 
to modify the contract Jii*' the San Francisco 
Centennial Committee , Inn,, for services to prouide 
and securs appropriate observance cj the Centennial 
Anniversaries occurring from July 1, 1949 to December 
31, 1949, by adding thereto the amount of $27,916.50 



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1824 _ 



Rea» No, 
1B16A 



175 



for the promotion and arrangement of public events, 
celebrations, mnd other actiottiee not heretofore 
provided for, and required for the proper observance 
of the Centennial Anniversaries, 

RESOLVED unanimously by the Pari, Commission that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby requested 
to approve the following WORK ORDER: 
WORK ORDER 



NUMBER DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION 



438 



San Francisco Installation of 6'* 
Water Depart" Temporary Service on 
'^cnt the south side of 

Fulton St, opposite 
east side of 39th 
Ave, (Supplemental) 



AMOUNT 
$200. 00 



RESOLVED unanimously by the park Commission that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby requested to 
approve the following PAYMENTS: 
SAN FRANCISCO CENTENNIAL COfmiTTEE. INC, 



$1,172.00 



Supplemental expenses paid June 1949 in 
connection with providing and securing 
appropriate observance of centennial 
anniversaries, November J, 1943 to 
June 30, 1949. 

SAN FRANCISCO CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE. INC, 

Supplemental expenses paid June 1949 in 
connection with pro viiing and securing 
appropriate observance of centennial 
anniversaries, November 1, 1948 to 
June 30, 1949 . 

SAN FRANCISCO CENTENNIAL COMUflTTEE. INC, 

Expenses paid Aujust 1949 in connection 
with providim an i securing appropriate 
observance of centennial anniversari «s 
July 1, 1949 to December 31, 1.^49. 



1,721.94 



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Meeting 

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There being no further business to come before 
the Commission, the meeting adjourned at 3:15 p,m» 



Willimm Simons, Secretary 



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Special 
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San Francisco f Cali/orni:i 
Septer^b'^r 7, 1^40 



A special meeting of the Park Commission was held 
in McLaren Lodge, Golden C^ate Park, San Francisco, on 
Wednesday, September 7, 1949, 

The folloujing Conmissioners were present: 

Haruey E. Teller, President 
Peter Bercut 
Michael J, Buckley 
'"'n, I', Cojfnan 

Absent: Fred D, Parr 

The minutes o/ the Park Conmissicn neeiings held 
on June 22, July 22, a^id August IC, were approved and 
ado p ted » 

Gol '-: e r. (J g t <^_!\i:^k_^^d±um^ The re -u^ 6' it from the 
aiim: San Fmnoicco Polo ana .lacing Club, the Fan American 

League, and the I'anila International Contention LommHtee\ 
San Francisco Junior Charr.ber of Commerce, for the ur.e 
^f the Golien Gate Pfir): Stadium fcr pclc garr,cs jiere 
rej erred to Comt issiuner 3ercut and Mr. Jos, ?. ffickey 
to prepare a schedule for t\e -ce ■'f *he stauiun. 

The JO llQ-j.nng lettra ^ere rej ■ - ■ 
^ i/.er I'itendent ^or ^,.iion: 

Letter ^, :"-. . , .' . , mpanu concerr, iny *i%e 



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benches be placed in Vn.on ,..ji*ar«. 



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Utter from Department of Public Health forwarding 
copies of laboratory reports on the .irinking 'Mater in 
Qolden Gate Park, 

Letter from I'r. Rudclph Schaeffer relative to 
the condition and rr>.a in te nance of St, Hary'a Square. 

Letter from If-. William £. Lee, forwarding 
petition siyned by oocr inQ persons, containing certain 
recommendations relative to Balboa Park. 

Letter from Visitacion Valley Improvement Club 
requef;ting thai the Commission ccnaid^r redeveloping 
the two fields in McLaren Park at Visitacion Au^nue and 
Hahn Street to Spreckels ^^treet, to pr-ouide a ball 
diamond for the children in that area. 

Letter from i/rs. a. Kelly complaining of the 
cond itions exisiiny in the children's ireo in the 
Panhandle. (Kefsr--[ tc the -nl ice De parf^-':\*' . 

Lr'ii:r, forwarded from t^-? la- - ' , ". ., i -, 
-..l^tiic to the trir^rr. i.i^ -^ .'';". M .■ r^ .n th» . ■ - : - r strip 



■ nt€rey B'^ule 



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Jfouk . -nr-errxln., t.\r • . ^ t^c pachyderms at t»-e Zoo^ 

Lettt'- j--^, Deputy ^ : \ ... ,'4*^ re^uesi,'.^ 



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lett-r frrm Do ■ ." ■ ; 

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Letter from J/ra. s. L 



additional directio 



aBerge requeaiing that 



1 iigna be placed i 



Letter from R 



n Oolden Gate Park 



usaian Uill Improvement A 



isociation 



requeating that a sum sufficient t 



located between Chestnut and Fra 

Larkin Streeta be included in the 19^.0-51 budget 



o deveJ.Tp the property 
nciaco and ^yde and 



Lett-r from F. I, Kahl 



er requeating that a 



public telephone be installed adja 



Harbor lunch atand, 



Letter from the Sati 



cent to the Yacht 



oe Sons of the Golden Wert 



expresaing gratitude for tHe aplendid wo^-k done at th, 
arooe of Memory in Golden Gate Park 
mission to add another bronze pla<,ue 



and requerting par^ 



Letter from the Ifavo^, ericUsin 



reaolution adopted by the i^o.rd of 



y copy 0. 



'up^ruis'yra request" 



inc th 



e clearing of d 



enpe 



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ge fr'>m *hc Fult 



on J treat 



and Lincoln :ray boundari 



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en Oat^ Park, and 



requesting an estimate of coat couering this 'j)ork, 



AQuatic Fark^ The request T 



om 



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of America for pe 



permisaion to use 



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A::uatic 



°urk by the Gea Scout a u>aa r^ furred to the Sup-rint 



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for report at the neei 



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Aquatic -^ci rk, letter from rhe ."t;'^"'s Ofric 



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Calu^"^ *£ Day celebration 



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decoration -yf the r*- ,.>ieu>in: stand 



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Civ 



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■lasa: Catholic Federatio 



•S-£enUx_Pla2<i_^ UtUr from th 
n requesting permisaion t 



e Italian 



use the 



Civic Center Platta on ifonday, Septemb 



«r 5, at 



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for drun corps and drill 



p.w 



team exercises 



Unio 



" ^^^^"-^^ Letter /ro« Loyal Qr-der of Mo 



se 



requeatiny permisaion /or the i/ooaeh 
play a concert in Union Square on lio 



eart Student Band to 
day, August 15, 



an 



a Tuesday, August 16. durino th 



e noon 



hour. (Letter 



of appreciation for pemisaicn). 

Aquatic Park. Let*pr fr 

requesting the use of the Aquatic Pa 

August 16, for a military demonstrat 



om Loyal Order nf loose 



rk area on Tueaduy 



ion, 



Un 



ion Squa re and Marina. Letters from. S 



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I' irina: Junior chanter of Comrrerce request 



ing pemission to 



place booths in union S 



quare and on the I'arina laujn area 



on August 20 and 21 during the harbor 



•t>oj/ festiv ities 



and to hold a fashion sho 



ii) on the I'arina laian on A 



ngust 



20, (Letter of appreciation for permisaion). 
Golden Gate Park Band, Letter ''ron k 



auor' s 



Office requesting that the Golden Gate Park Band present 
a prografli of appropriate French music on Sunday, July 
i"^, 194b, for Bastile Diy^ 

Hard in u Park, Letter from "ir, .-.^ /a^": Golf >,lub 
reqwr-ting permission tc r.old the annual £lectiQn Day 



Tournament at Harding Park on Sunday, Aui 



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Ban d Concerts, Letter from, i'usiciins ''n,ion. 



j( a. 



requesting pe'-^ i :^3ior, to sponsor certain 



concerts in 



L nio n ^L'Cuare 



rolden Gate Park, and 



Fleishhacker Flay field 



i4 7 ti i 1 1 c 



.r>, 



Lettrr 



I nn ^ , ,- , c 



uni^r 



'ham 



)f r 



oj . .^.nerce reque sting permission to put '■•a a sports 
proyram in A-;u.Kitic Park area on August ri, in ccnjun? tion 



,rbo r 



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GtCParh 
Stadium. 



Association Casting Club 



Letter from Pacifi 



ific 



Gate Park S tad 



a requesting the use of Gold 



en 



ium on Sunday. A 



casting tournamcnti 



' ^"^"at Sa, for the final 



.•z:ir 

'tadiun. 



Keaar stadium^ Letter fr 



requesting permission to h 



on fJownrd Cnyler 



aoe a group of horsemen 



participate in 



pageant at football game on A 



(Letter of appreciat 



ugust 7, 



ion for 



permission) 



Tree 
Flant- 

1191 Franceschi requcsti 



Letter from i.'rs. Loui. 



ng permission to plant tr 



'f ?}■♦/' p< 



ii^orj Street near Carina Boulevard, 
Ciuic Ce nter Plasa^ Lette 



ees on 



r from the Grand 



national Conijention of Colored Elks r 
flags be floiun in the C 



10 ic I 



s requesting that 
■enter during their 



convention, 



rirk: 



Golden Ga te Park. Letter from r., F, I' 



ounted 



Patrol Club requesting pe rrr. 



■ ssion to use the facilitiei 



U the neu) riding ring on Sundav, October 
h r semen* s Play Day, 

Golden Gate Park 3and C 



t w 



cr a 



I Concourse _, Lett.yr froi 



<j 'i 



e :oluKbu3 ^ay Celebr^xtion Uomi^.itt 



ee reque stinc a 



irf 



£ Day program in t :\e ^anc 



Concourse of^ Octob'ir 1. 



The following extensions of ti 



me ^ei * a^orovei 



Htaly Tibbitta Constru 



c- : I 



pany - .'JepJaoiri, 



-L, ^ l^ 



aTu Dredgin, 



i. T' 



dnione Peter; 



■-■.5 - A 



1 ■»■. 



."' " r tor - 4C) days, 
rationt to Field 



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'unn 



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SJtZool, 
hardens. 



San Franc, ieco Zcnln,-i,^ni q 



of the terninatii 



^ teg. 
n date of the 



'araensj. An extf>nai 



on 



contract u)ith 1/ 



easra 



Scott and Castang for -f^hei 



r animal ahoiv at the ::an 



franc iaco Zoological Ga 



rden 



a was yraif^d to Septtfmbfir r3 



to provide more tti 



■«• for the neyotiaiion of 



a new 



contract that ivould be muiuall 



U acceptalle 



,rci Tf- turn: 



^di 



Arboretum. 



The requeat from Prentiss F 



rench, 



Landaaape Architect, for payment 0/ bal 



ance due for 



profeasional aeruicea 



CO u^. ring the coni:leti 



on of the 



master plj/j for the i^trvbi 



yoiny Arloreiun. Golde 



n Gate Park 



waa put over to the meeti 



ng of Septe-^l-r nj, 1j4 



^i'j. 



On motion of Commit^aioner Jofjman, seconded by 



Ccnmiasioni^r Buckley, th' 



u n.T!^ i r- £ i ■) ,-, 



U I i, t, 



ed the 



action of th 



le ouperintendent in ienying the follojoii 



re'iuesta, 



M![?.Ji^L£.^.lLi Letter from F. A. Clenaah^r Tr. 



'Suygestiny the use of lay 



una de La IS>rced 



an air^jrt for liyht oirpj 



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anea, 



n 



'.rk, 



i.'jtt'r fr.t //i J.J ua re Za n: e Sa"^!. 



.8 a pfte for 



(ation 



requer.t iig t 



iu ., a J 



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u7I plat 



"w je ffrected in Gtld 



en 



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for folk 



A e^.ar ii 



a § k^ t±^l] fa ■: 



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j^ettrr fr-^m L'r, Lljyd B, PJ 



c - ^ / 



Pajil i 1 



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I riday 



i^i^r^atory /gJJt]/ , 



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Union S^uare^^ L^ It^r /rom Amrrt. 



■an Airl inea Inc 



requesting permission to 



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use a portion of Union Square 



for the period 0/ October 2ij 



ihrouyh I,'oi)fmber 4, to 



install a booth for the "S 



un Country lioundup 



» 



On motion of Comm ieainnt^r Buckley, se- 



n<:''ii b 



Com^.iasion^r Coffman the Commiasion r-^iified the actio 
of the President in denying the foil 



n 



oioing fequestst 



>ParHi 



- OpAden Gate Purkf LetU-r from Ciiisena* 

Committee for the Observance of the 200th Anniucraury 



of Johann ilfolfgang Von Joeihe rt^u^-sti 



ng permission to 



sell 



.louuenir proyrans in Jolden Cite FarH 



on uunaaUi 



August Sdt 



Colwnb ia j^ ^uu r • 



'.ettrrs 



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tioe Officer Thomaa A, Brooks a. 



nii 



i "f Adniinis tra» 



jruc I to 



:airmar., Firrrr's .Varkei Aduitory joard, concemi 



■J <^ 



use o. 



Ccl umb ia ^ou 



qua. 



r aT eTnc rgency peri 



not to 



exceed three ^eeks jnr th^ sale of surplus fruit crops, 



The fol2 €.>: ^ay leit-rs jere rcau and ordered 



I Id 



Letter j 



^rserirs < -^nce r,'* in; 



the A: 



(um. 



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rs ^ -tmpi imc". *\ 



- an iiKal 



t'^r of th mhs 



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Letter /ron Jeaa Lanninu J 



y rotor Com 



pany in 



appreciation for cooperation of Park D 



epartment in th^ 



llodel Plane Conteat at Gold 



en Gate Park Stadi 



urn, 



Letter from s. F. state Coll 



ege in appreciation 



of cooperation of Park staff duri 
their biological atudiee* 



riy aummer seaaion in 



Letter from l/ra, F, R, 



e ia 



• arpton in appreciation 
for the beautiea of Golden Ontf Park, 

Letter fron Mayor Robinson stating that h 
temporarily withholding approval of requiaition for 
one counter attendant. 

Letter from Mayor .iobinpnn stating that he ia 
9 approval of four requisifiona for gardenera 



withhold in 



inasmuch aa the poaiiio 



ns should he filled by thi 



gardenera transferred from Balboa Park^ 



Letter from I'ay or Hob 



inson stating that after 



reviewing the matter of the position of Chief Nurr^e-y- 
man for the Conservatory, that he haa approved the 



requinition for the refill i 



f^g of this posi tioi 



Lettera from the Art Commiaai 



01 aa folloMai 



Disapproving th- 



•> . 



ion of the rifle range 



in McLaren Park 



Liaapproving *he proposed ornamental fence around 



ih» Sloop **GJoa' 



Ap-^rnuing alteration to . r n r^r. f? nr? atatitn at 



liw 



<ir>t 



'rom I ire c for oj PI 



i n . m , ( 



'Tfivn. 



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y.5 • i*.J consfuction of addit ional bre^kuatera at Tacht 



TT 



arbor, 



J "i 



r Of 



PI 



a'i.n »%( 



iting that 



ir..azion c. 



the "ifle ran^e in VcLw' 



"H Fa^k i :\ T:7t 



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''lity .i*^ -fi' X'aster Plan, 



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l^tUr fro^ ntrecior of Planning statin, tkat 
tHe proposed repairs to Stra^terry ffiH Reservoir an, 
Stou> Lak. are in conformity vith the L'aster Plan, 

Letter from Fou>ard j. fallen expres.iny His 
interest in a parking conceeeion at Xe.ar Stadium u^ken 
the property is available for this purpoat. 

Lett.r from Reis and Paul Tract Improvement Club 
protesting against the construction of the rifle range 
in UcLaren Park^ 

Notices of Claims filed with Controller's Office: 

Pacific Gas and Electricity 
Company - $07.01 - Daxage to 
trench laid street lighting cables 

ifrs. k'ary Winkler - C22.00 - Damage 
to her car by Park Departrnenf Truck 

Linda i-'cGlashan, a minjr, by John 
F. k'urphy - ^5,Si,0.15 - Cut joot 
ana leg on rusty tin at Aquatic Furk 

A'ra, Ellen V, i'orlock - $10,0D^,00 - 
Injuries sustained uhen she fell in 
hole in sideioalk prepared for street 
tree pl:int ing , 



Tncht "'.i-^or I'oori nQ licenses. Cn the recimmenda" 
tion if the DirecUr of Recreational Activities, the 
folln-jiing mooring licenses ai Tacht ^artnr ujere a;.y'niedt 






George P, He bard 
.■•. . Ucl Iwaine 
■»' • (J » M c hel^ 
Im C» Ifegan 



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76 



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:^org 



Temporary 



Corinne L III 
Phil E 
it'ir ilyn 
Alrt 
J^'Ann 



Tri'-s/- r of Delinqxieit A^co^ntj ^ -n motion •«/ 
u ^- '.jicr Sucy,lr\,, seconded by Com^^. ^ .er 'ff'>an 
'' .,' ' '' ■ ■ ;,' '" 1 In-uent account loas rrf- r-ed t, iKe 
^weau of Delinquent neuenuej 

o'l"! reini ie in - Da^.age to Sh'^ubiery - ^c. 







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Hj^oJulLonat On motion of Commissioner Bercut, seconded by 

Commissioner BucUey, the /olloMny resolutions u>ere 
adoptedt 

RESOLUTION NO ^ j>^r'^ 
RLSOIYED unanimously by the Park Commission that 
for the best interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is herebi. re.^uested to 
approve the following PATMSNTS: 

19.03 



Damages to neon sign at gas station at 
2500 Bavahore Boulevard - caused by ladder 
used by man trimming trees. 



CITYTITLEIKSURjtKCE 



^J. 



Purchase of Land for Extension of Kesar 
Stadium - block 1263 
Lot 15 - Bucchiotti 46,000,00 

Lot 12 - Scou) 12,500,00 

lot 13 - Colton I'A,. '^00,00 

CALZFORKiA PACiFi:; TITLE i::..::::an^l cc. 

Purchase of LanC for I'i.lar'rn Park 
Assessor* s Block 00J6 - Nelson 

FERuiCCN BROS . 

Second Proyres^i Payment - Inatallition of 

Utilities to Site, St-xa Lake, Golden Gate 

Park 

E* 0. FINN ^ARDWCru FLOOR CClffAffT 
Final Pavnent - .-ie-^ai^s tc Fln-r^ F'>::^r 
Basketball Pi ';-n, fleJden Ou - '-.rk 

^j:ALr -^Z-l^lTTS CONSTRUCTION ::. 

Second Prcrr^.ss raijri^r, ,. - :. ■• ^,1 i. "^»k-^ nf 

PiJrs, ' ata and hredginy at fa. '. ^ ".r — i 

^i/STlJi. J.CNN CCMP ANT 

Final Faynent - Strert '.-'? f^i.-*';^. 

Fell ^tr*ei from Prlk ^-i-rrt i ^ * ' . 

' VI »/ 7 C ■ 1 • ^ rj . ,, - ,, . .^ ., _-, ^ - I' ^ 

Armored Car ^p^^.tcf or A.^is 1 J49 



73,500,00 



1,300.00 



6,300,4 



, 1 — /^ 



10,293.30 



t, 
324.00 



i:^RIS PAVING SCLTANT 

. ir si P(, •^■m er.f - Co i-tctructi 
^id Pu^ irig of the Parki .. 
Flycasii .g Pool 



eiaay 
ifiity ef 



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P,t.I^IC :.LECTi.ICAL & UECFJd^iCAL_ CO, 14,c£l , 

■^ress Poywe^*t - Install. 
l^^tifig Syst^" ar.C it.. ;.:>c 1-, i-- 
^ . ing Hork at Kesar rtcuium. 






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OEORuE PA ULS EK 



Second Proyrtrs* Pay^ieni - lo/»& triirf i,- n ^ /. 
PitcH ana Putt Gol} c^our./';r^:j,%'rc7at{ ? 



9,7fl4.d0 



Park 



0,4. PAULO IN 



679^50 



Fourth Prcyre.s Payment - I^prou^m* r.^s to 
Rediocod i/emcrial Grove, Golden Gate Pari. 

ANTC N E PETEn 3tN_^SCNR 

First Frr^gre'sa Payment - Additions to and ^'^^^*^^ 
iemoaeliny of the Tcilet aac Shoj;er Zuldina 
Vicinity of the "Big Rec"Stadiuwi. ^ 



J, P. RIL,:Y. D3A INDUSiTRTAJ^PiJi-r^j^r^ ^q 

j'lrat Payment - Interior Pa ilHinVTr" ~^ 
Kesar basketball Pauilion. 

rSLLNITZ ANP I' ENARDE 

Second Progres'^a Payment - Construction o' 

a Boat H-^uae, ^ tow Lake "^ 

Federal Tax on Admissions, Auyust 1^4.. 

3KX : . GFRWICK, INC, 
Sixth Progrtss Payment - Repcirs t© 
Recreation PiT, Aquatic Park 



8,098.20 
812.58 



RESCLi'TIOK NO. IP 2a 
R^arLVED unaiiw.cusly by the Park Cowif.'s ion that 
for ih' best interest and proper cor^luvt of the Park 
Department the Controller be and is hereby r^;.^sted to 
ipproue the following Orders for Service or ifork: 



ORDER FOR 
SERVICE 



.'EFDCR 

' .. Title insurance- 
'onpany 



IT "aii/crnia Pacific 
'•■fJe I'-.nurance C ;. . 



Feet ^ r ^Mle 1'.- 
aurance Policies 
for ijna for 
ex term io'* cj a :^ ^ / 
Jtadiun, alock . 
due h lot t i Lot *w., 
Sco'M Lot 12, C ■ : ' 
Lot 13 

Fee /I. Title T-.- 
aur^.i.e Policy, 



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RES^LUIICK KC. 163-^ 
..... 'a V LD unanimously hy the Lark ^n^. J . ' j:>r 
' ' ' :»ci i- r st and proper conduct of the F.rh I'lart* 
"f^t the „• . -Her br . -^ is hereiy r-^u-^t ' -, 



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132? 
■-ntd: 



the foil 010 ing iORK ORDERS i 
NO. DEPARTL'ENT 



DESCRIPTJni: 



id', 



439 f^;;^^«J*'^9,f'?Pt. ifisc. ^eroicea, Xufo- 
(Shop No. 1) motive Repairs, etc. 

General Liuision, July, 
Aug,, fJeptm 1j49 
Acid itional 

440 Purchasing Dept. Blacksmith Cervices, 
(Shop Ac. IJ Automotive Repairs, etc. 

Comnisaary Division, 
o'uly, Aug., Sept. 1^49 
Addi t ional 

441 Real ."state Dept, Services and Expenses 

in connection xith 
oc(,'u f sf tion r/ land 
required jor I'cLaren Park 



Al'JUNT 
189.00 



■* ^ ' n 



,00 



30G.OO 



442 Public Works 
Bureau Street 
Repairs 



443 Purchasing Lept, 
(Reproduction 
Bureau) 



i^'isc. Asphalt Surfacing 
as required Golden Gate 
Park and Snail Parks and 
UjUarea ar.(^ ^'isc .Services 
Cct. l/'ov. Si Dec. li;49 

Blueprinting, Photostat 
SeTi^icea, etc. Gen.Lio. 
Oct. Nov. & Dec. ■'.'*;i/ 



150.00 



$5mOV 



444 S. F. -'/ater Dgpt. i'isc. Seroioes - General 

Diu. Cct. Nov. * Dec,!.",. 



445 Purchasing Ze pi. 



440 



Purchasing i^epi. 
(Shop ''0. 1) 



447 Purchaser c/ 
Suppl ie s 
(Central tfarc 
house) 

446 Pullic .>-^\3 

(Public Bldga.) 



'ervi e. 



Autonr. - 



. ije ^-e p^i i rs, etc. 
Oen*l Jivii^ion 
■V '. "- . P9G» \;.- 

.lacka^ith Serji,,es, 
.i.-')motiue ^eoairs, "c, 
" isaary . . 



n^^ry a'. 



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ice 



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A'l'.iv. Jeri'icee, ..epair* 
to E-juipneni, ^tc?« 
r^rnermi Division - . 



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ipprove the folloujing ALLOTlfENTS, 
/ ::propri2,tio n 

.12.130.04^2 Temporary Wages - Recreational 

Division 
.as. 130. 05 

DIP. 111. CI 



^12.112.01 
^12.112.02 
. ■2.112.03 
:^J2.112.04 



Vayes - Playground Supervision 

Allowar.ce for Over time 
General division 

Holiday a - General l)iji,^ion 
Holidays - Zoo Dioi^ion 
Holidays - Commissary Vioision 



C, 750. 00 

1,250.00 
150.00 

1,225.00 
713.00 
950.00 



Holidays - Recreational Diuision bOC.OO 



RESOLUTION ^•C._JA^ 
RESOLVED unanimously by ihe Park Commission ihat 
r the beat interest and proper conduct of the Park 
Department the Controller be an: Is hereb-^ requested 
to approve the following transfers: 

"•^om Approp. 912.110.01 to Arprop. .J-. 11^.01 $1,132.56 
.e placing Jos. Cuneo 058 Gardener on 

ick leave Aug. 31, 1149 to Januzry 
•a, 1050 (7.1142) 1,008.33 

I e placing ifalt'r S\use, 0-56 Gardener 
en Leave, September 10 - Sejt. '"''. 
1S49 (Park T'll4^) 



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"rlacing Giovanni Mall*jni, J'c 
irdener on L^r.ve, Auq. lo - ^ug. J 9, 



lif49 



Di ^pprnp. yl'J.lJif.Ol io Approp^ SJ".': ..I 



600.00 



p r 7 : .^ e 



^ or ih" i eturr. ^ '.r- unused 
L ilance of fun! f, , .^.sferrec ^ r tetr.pcr^ry 
r^* placement of csser Levine ana Leoni l 
r.skov, D^cc Garden* r,. , rn l-'^ue to Oc.^py 
t -mporciry • -^0 ^ - iiener positions, 

■*'•■"• •^- - V * ^ . ...f_. — ^rrmi%i',ed 



po rci ry 

i le ae posi ti 

Ai gust 31, 1 

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t':eT 31, li49. 



RES01V7I K !iC. 18 30 

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the best •'n<»r»' tf .- - , - 

r ■'f /": • •• *• - ' - '. ■ 7 ' .' »• •. -. ■ 



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the Fi-^k 



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189 



approoe the purchase of the following er^uipment: 

GENERAL DIVL^Tnh! 
FURNITURE AND FURKISFINGS (OE 406) 

C4 Folding Chairs for Huaic Concourse 118.00 
OFFICE MACHINES (OE 412) 

8 Typewriters (Replaceynent of Rryal 

^143f>60S and Underwood #J5^-£6-(;cJ-JI 264.00 

TESTING ct TREATING EQUIPMENT 

GOLDEN GATE PARK AC TIVAT.JJ SLUDGE PLAN T_ (OE 420) 

Laboratory Equipment 

MACHTNE CHOP EQUIPMENT (CZ 422) 

(1)^ 1 Portable Electric Arc Welder 

v2j 1 bench Grinder for Plumbing Shop 

(3) 1 Mueller Pipe :'opping Machine' 

(4) 1 Ellis Pipe Cutter (4" to 12") 

MC TORIES^ VEHICLES (r^E 4C4) 
Wheel Barrows 

MC '^C 11 ZED E; UlPii :-.NT (OE 456 

^1) 1 Seven Passengrr Sedan for Park 
CoKm is s inner s and Suprrir.tfr.lfnt 
(Replac extent of 1S40 T'Dasseng^r, 
4 door Buick "edan fii-l) 



lie. 00 



254.00 



490*00 



245.00 
83.00 

245.00 
jjdmOO 



490.00 



671.00 



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2J4.00 



12,307.00 




(2) 1 Club ('suptf for Park :ommission 
.jecretary [Replacem<*nt of 1937 
4-'D'^rr Puick ^^dan (A-'2) 

(3) 1 1-T-n Pickup {Replacement of 
1j3? Chevrolet 3/4 Ton Panel r-V** 

(4) 1 I'^Trn Special Compartme \t Bo ly 
Truck for Plunibing Shop (Replace- 
nent of 1j37 i,hevrclet J^elivry 
Truck (T'lC or T»26) 

\,r) 1 '.'•Ton Spe*. ial Ci^mpartm'''^ t Bo'.y 

^ ruck for Electridan ^ :-e place". en t 
Of i^.?" ^Kevrnlei Delio ry Tru>:h 

(-r-i^) 



3,570.00 

1, •:".oo 

1,960 .GO 



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Play/ield und ChiT,_'ren s nai.\,rnund - 
^eplaceme 'j''.s 

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BESCLVED tHat all non^duil c.r.ice appointment., 
temporary appointn.nta and removuU ..a.if Uy the Sup-r. 
inUndent 0/ Parks, /o" ik. p, rioa June tkrouyk Auyust, 
194^, be and the same ur. hereby aprroued; and 

BS IT FURTHER L::SOL:-.i., ,Hat a report 0/ auiu 
appointrienta and removals be trans-nitted to the 
Controller an^ the Civil Serui,.^ L--rUssior.. 



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'iegulir A regular meeting r>/ ihc Park CoK^i 



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3s ion ujaa held 



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2^G,ParJt! reporUii thai the proponed yar, 



Superintrndent 
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