Albert R. Sanchez, and Ishmael R. Sanchez, had a tatoo on their right upper arm. In which said, Macy Street. Arthur R. Sanchez, was a member of Clover Street Gang. The Macy neigborhood, was mostly made up of Mexican-American, the impoverisher. Albert said, that the Macy Neigborhood was between, three main street, near Downtown Los Angeles. The street was called, Alameda Street, going north and south, of the neigborhood. Macy Street, was running from east and west, and Vignes Street, was going south and west. In 1994, Macy Street name, was change to Cesar Chaves Ave. Albert and Ishmael. said the Los Angeles River, was east of the Macy Street Neigborhood. The brothers use to play, cowboy and indian, at the Los Angeles River. It was also a good place, to play hooky from school. The Los Angeles River, was not cover with cement, at this time. In 1938, the beginning year, in which the Los Angeles River, was pave with cement. As the brothers got older. They would raid the hobo camp, that was inside the Los Angeles River, at the time of the dry season. They would knock down their camp shelter, as a test of courage. It was sometime later, that some of the brothers, would join the Macy Street Gang. The Macy Bridge, that was over the Los Angeles River, connected the Macy Street Neighborhood, to East Los Angeles, Boyle Heigh area. Albert also said, that urban renew, was the down fall of the Macy Street Neighborhood. It all started in 1938, a United States Post Office, was built, called Terminal Annex. This was built, north of Macy Street Neighborhood, and East of Alameda Street. In which cut, into the Macy Street Neighborhood. In 1939, a Railroad Passagers Terminal Station, was built, south of Macy Street Neighborhood, and was south of Macy Street, and also east of Alameda street. It was 45 years later, the Macy Street Neigborhood, was turn into a Commercial and Industrial Area. The popularity of the Macy Street Gang, ended in 1960? because of the depletion of the Macy Street Neighborhood, and the popularity of the Chicano Movement, of 1960.