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The Pasadena Junior Chamber of Commerce members petitioned for people to pledge for safe driving habits. A member, covered in black robes, represents a dead who died from jaywalking . The automobile on top of the truck has a destroyed front as a display of bad driving. The protest for safe driving was conducted on the street of South Lake Ave. The businesses within the photograph are from left to right: 350 Haggarty's,clothing for women's, 370 A. Schmidt & Son, 422 Phelps-Terkel Inc., men's and women's clothing, 384 Ford's Women's Clothing. Across the street on 401 South Lake Ave. is Bullock's Pasadena, a department store, and Bullocks Parking Lot. An automobile on left to the back of the road is advertising a business, Bud's Garage at 558 South Lake Ave, owned by John G. Sulzberger.