Police officer Dick Barlow writing a ticket for Dick Russell during a planned race to demonstrate the importance of following traffic laws, Los Angeles, 1947
- Police officer Dick Barlow writing a ticket for Dick Russell during a planned race to demonstrate the importance of following traffic laws, Los Angeles, 1947
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- April 1, 1947
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- Police officer Dick Barlow writing a ticket for Dick Russell during a planned race between an automobile and a bus. The race was part of a "Don't be April fools, obey Traffic rules" campaign to prove that safe driving always prospers. Russell sped and disobeyed traffic laws in the automobile and almost beat safe driver Frank Lampley's bus full of Chamber of Commerce ladies, until the officer intervened.
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