2 images. Chino Narcotics (John R. Waid Case), 30 November 1951. Linnet M. Walsh (Executive Secretary, State Board of Pharmacy).; Supplementary material reads: "White--also Glickman, Zelinsky. 1951-12-26. Narcotics arrest. (This is all memo -- not story in this form). Illustrated. Library: This is story back of neg.: Neg. shows Linnet M. Walsh, exec. secretary, State Board of Pharmacy with package on his desk, containing narcotics John R. Waid, 30, is supposed to have mailed to inmate at Chino Institution for Men. Pipe in Walsh's hand, taken from Waid's home, is not opium pipe, officers said-- as they first thought; it's merely fancy tobacco pipe. --White. Glendale, 12-26. Climaxing weeks of investigation, police and State Pharmacy Board officers today arrested John R. Waid, 30, bartender, on suspicion of furnishing dangerous narcotics to Chino Institution for Men inmates. They said samples of his handwriting indicated he had mailed a package to a Chino Institution inmate using the name of 'a man thought to be dead or lost in Korea' as the sender. Waid, who has a criminal record, according to the arresting officers, was taken into custody at a bar here by Dets. Ray Stonehouse and Loren Morgan, and Pharmacy Board Investigators Anthony Piazza and Carl D. O'Leary. 'This doesn't bother me; I've been in before,' Waid remarked as he was placed in a cell in the City Jail here. Note: Waid was paroled from San Quentin in 1946 after serving part of 10-year term on attempted robbery charge. ---White".