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   Covina Argus Citizen (Newspaper) - July 14, 1933, Covina, California                                TWO COVINA JULY EditorialFeature Page Van Editor and Manager Associate Editor BUI City Editor Subscription Price per Single copies 5 cents The Friendly Newspaper Telephone 11522 An Independent newspaper llshed Tuesdays and Fridays at 516 Citrus by the Orange Belt Entered as Second Class matter at the under act of March EDITORIAL MM Let us have faith that right makes and In that faith let us go to the dare to do our duty as we understand With malice toward none with charity lor with firmness hi the as God gives us to see that let us strive PROTESTING THE PEOPLES WILL The move on the part of two prominent temperance crusaders to declare the repeal vote of Tuesday June 27 illegal because of a minor technicality is Without making a stand in favor of either of the two it appears that failing to swing the vote of the state to their side of the the dry group is not will ing to abide by the wishes of the people in this Even though there may have been a technical error in the or even the legal point does not over shadow the fact that a majority of California voters cast their ballots in favor of The attempt to declare illegal the vote of the people savors of something other than the high ideal which have heretofore been maintained by the temperance SOMETHING ABOUT UNCLE SAMS TROUBLES Tax reduction remains uppermost in the public A definite start has been made with the cut in veterans and the 15 per cent reduction of Federal Many of these cuts have already been compen sated to the recipients more or less by the decline in the cost of Next Federal move is expected to be drastic reorganization of bureaus and departments to eliminate unnecessary activities and duplication of The Treasury has been disappointed in the yield from the new miscellaneous Revenues to the government from sale of such articles as pistols and re have been below the On the other hand there was a substantial recent gain in revenue from the automobile tax and the gift Tax losses from other sources were offset by a rise in income tax This is nothing to be proud of be cause the rise was due simply to higher individual tax rather than to increased personal or corporate earn THE RANCHERS WAY OUT Irrespective of the merits of the various farm reliel measures now being farmers should not be led into the belief that their problems can be settled entirely by legislative The government can perhaps ease some of the worst effects of the It may aid our agriculture over a in the long run the growers themselves wil decide whether agriculture is to prosper or to continue in the it is to advance or go In recent years the rancher has developed a grea We have seen what it can do under the most unfavorable and its potentia achievements must still be left to the It has been a stabilizing influence when stabilization was the thing the grower has most It has fought valiantlj for better prices and markets and prices were shrinking It has of done all it wanted to But if it had never there might be chaos in agriculture far mon severe than anything the country has The future of the cooperative lies mostly in the hand of the It has been severely as is any othe new It has met resistance from those who pros per from disorganized It will undoubtedly mee more more VITAL SHIFT IN FOREIGN POLICY A shift in American foreign startling in direction and import and worldwide in is now in ful swing under President Roosevelts confronted by the almost certain failure of the Geneva arms the United States plans to aban don its attitude of watchful waiting and proceed tc strenghen its own national Second its every effort in the direction of consultatioi and cooperation being frustrated by the ceaseless bicker ling of a warbent the administration will warn Europe that if she refuses to listen to and her ever lasting feuds lead to she can stew in her own economically the United States wil try to make what is right and what is fair the standard o its foreign but it will insist that others hold to the same standard in all their dealings touching the well being of the American The American policy of refraining to build anywhere near up to the naval treaty quoto is cited as a total failure as an international Instead of influencing othe powers to follow our it Uncle Sams pleas for tonnage reduction were attributed to He was too stingy to build up to A few weeks ago the President let drop the hint tha unless tht rest of the powers did something about disarm the United States might have to look its own de In line with Secretary of the Navy Swanson has just announced Americas return to her policy of a navy second to and for the development of four firs class naval on the Atlantic and two on the Pacific DUT OF ANALYSES OF Of YftAN tfOOOfOOO AS YHAY J JO MAS A MCIFIC WHERJT CANNIBALISM THE DEPENDS ON PIEY BECAUSE YHE FAY OMFf GO MYO HAD UAWS CONYAINING vESMMO ENTICES A 70 OF THE BY SCRAYCHINQ ONYHFICF WITH iMlTATlON Can you Dig Em If so send them to and if we will publish with your PROPOSED 19331934 BUDGET OF CHARTER OAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ANGELES COUNTY NOTICE A public hearing will be held before the governing poard of the school district hi Charter Oak located at Bonnie Cove and Charter Oak on July at at which time and place any taxpayer in the district may appear and ob ject to this proposed midget or any Item The budget as printed below has been submitted by the governing board of the local and has been filed with the County Super intendent of PROPOSED EXPENDITURES FOR MAINTENANCE Proposed Expenditures Administration Instruction Salaries Instructional Expense Operation and Main tenance Auxiliary Agencies Sundry Undistributed Total Proposed Expenditures for maintenance Outstanding Bills Payable July Estimated Expense 193435 prior to rectipt of funds Total Maintenance including B and C ESTIMATED INCOME FOR MAINTENANCE PURPOSES Estimated Income Other Than Current District Balance in district main tenance funds State apportionments County apportionments Miscellaneous receipts Total Income Other Than Cur rent District Tax District Maintenance Tax Required 00 PROPOSED EXPENDITURES FOR CAPITAL OUTLAYS Not including Bond Moneys Proposed Expenditures For Covinas Yesterdays Business Cards PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS and MAGAN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Phone 25161 155 College Street Covina Looking Back Through Files of Bygone FIVE YEARS AGO PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON Suites 4 Odd Feltow 300 Citrus Ave Office Hours 2 to Mornings Evenings Phones 18501 Office BECKHAM PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Fourth and College Streets Office Phones lOftlu 18405 Special attention to Surgery and Obstetrics Monday afternoon at the home Residence 24181 of and on Puente their daughter Mary Elizabeth celebrated her thir teenth birthday by entertaining a group of her San Dimas Saturday Miss Mable Marsh and Harlld Greenwood were married at Baldwin where both Miss Marsh attended the Covina high school and has many friends here while Green wood also Is They will reside in Los Phone 12934 ox 22021 THO MAS MALLARD PHYSICIAN SURGEON OSTEOPATH Office Hours 10 to 4 Evenings By Appointment Fingerle Bunding 236 N Citrus Covina Capital Outlays Schamel and sons Ken Outstanding Bills Payable mhn h Straight From The Shoulder By MARTIN FESLER Does Industrial Recov ery Mean Anything How about this Industrial Re covery is it going to work I certainly hope it for the Amer ican workmen are a sadly starved bunch and have been very patient about There are out of work and they want a Not just hoeing weeds along the roads tlnalt will grow up again hi 90 days and have to be done over Every self respecting person wants to do something worth They do not want to take a shovel and wheel barrow and widen roads when there is a machine that will do the work of 100 of these time standing A friend of mine called on me for tai who travea over many miles of road and has a chance to see these groups in action and his findings Is that most of thess workmen are just putting in their In so far as I have ob served I find that the men around Covina While they lare net killing themsalves at the job and no one wants them to do they are giving man tells me that one of our largest packing houses has positively refused to hire one of these road loafers for after a certain period of stalling around just to get in the they oatrry that complex with them into pro ductive labor and have been spoiled Just how true this is I cannot say but there are certain groups like that and it could Staggering sums are being spent to I relieve the situation but is It cur the disease Three three hundred is a lot of money but whem reduced to tenons regis tering in it figures out about per capita for the If we are to pay a day j to furnish a job for 55 days when that is all spent we have bond holders with their cash invested in bonds and we have very little to ward ia permanent Where are we going to get more money to duplicate that effort If we plan the performance what will be the end When I was in the j income tax class and a penny ante I income fistic a dapper young J chap called on me to inquire about my income tax payments and 11 handed him my books and there was j very little to After chatting a few moments he was on his way to Investigate some other j When I read about the land getting by without paying a it just makes me a bit hot in the collar and I am sore about Tax evasion has become a national game and every tnix payer with a desire to get out of paying lit is looking for a scheme to do Tax on graft has largely been evaded but tax on industry Is not so Trucking has taken on a big load of taxes as well as and evei7 scheme is being worked to evade If you think there ia no way to evade it you are The small trucker will pay his but the schemer will evade it and I was told by one chap how he was doing it but as I did not follow the conversation closely enough to get the set I better keep quiet it and let others work out their own schemes for rest assured it is being Industrial Recovery is one of the biggest problems ever tackled land if ever there was a president that had a real job on his it is We are keen for it to succeed If it is put over on the other but whm it comes home to us we begin to One of our big industrial ploaits was ordered to put on more They Later they were ask to boost the wages and that was not so They laire now operating on their surplus and shortening up their working They claim they are not operating their It Is being operated from One of the hard est problems is to make folks play the gaone whien they are not in sympathy with Any excuse is taken to boost prices and that is the one thing the administration is watching very Take tnte problem of The roads are lined with bread wagons land 7 different rigs pass my door every week that I am sure of land there may be The bread is a Just too many in the business and competition has made it unprofitable in many that matoes business for labor how We have one Why not five post offices in That would give more it may become necessary to solve the bread problem and many other problems In the aajme way aa the pest office if we cannot get folks to play The canneries may not Too maity cases iqver from previous but the pepeh grower has done his part and there are unemployed who need peaches and the grower is hi a terrible Suppose our President notified these cannery houses thpjt if they did not open and can this crop the government would take the matter hi Would you back the program up You may be called on to gfet be hind plenty propositions of that sort before we get out of this Three billion three hundred mil lion dollars for public roads and the We now have quite a few how about a lew houses Tlie big road contractors do most of their work with heavy machinery manned by skilled labor and the average worker will not fit the Job How about helping the unemployed Coops A very little money in their hands will help a I am remind ed of a A boy came home from school and asked his dad how much was a million The father it is a hell of a iqt of Next eve ning he came home and dad wanted to know the Teach er licked the son Well I suppose you needed dad said I didnt either sobbed the I asked you how much was a million dollars and you gave me the wncjng I beUeve dad Is right aboul the sums we are spending these days along the road aide hoeing weeds that will grow and be Be bae 80 days land will have to be done while machinery stands idle that does the Job better and saves thousands of Any measure that falls to give perman ent relief is paltetive and gete us no The country Is confronted with one of the biggest Jobs in the to provide cloth and shelter for all in a land of If private monopoly cannot do it then we will have to have public when we go into that we will not have wasted efforts anc a very few hours each week will be Bill that is mequired of each worker from society to supply all our needs and society stands indicted for not having solved the problem of distri bution and the Morgana and bond grafters hi general are finding it good picking every tune old Man Depression is attacked in I the way it is now being These parasites are herding us in the wrong Twenty years ago one of our July 1933 Estimated Expense 193435 Prior to Receipt of funds Total Capital Outlays Including B and C ESTIMATED INCOME FOR CAPITAL OUTLAYS Not including Bond Moneys Estimated Income Other Than Current District Tax Balance in district build ing tax fund 2 Miscellaneous Total Income Other Than Cur rent District Tax District Building Tax Re quired I hereby certify that the above Is a correct copy of a summary of the proposed budget for year 1933 1934 as submitted by the governing board of the above named school County Superintendent of be held before the governing Aboard of the school district in PROPOSED 19331934 BUDGET OF COVINA CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LOS ANG ELES NOTICE A public hearing will board Covina Union High located at Co vina on July at 8 oclock at which time and place any taxpayer In the district may appear and object to this proposed budget or any item The budget as printed below has been submitted by the governing board of the local and has been filed with the County Super intendent of PROPOSED EXPENDITURES FOR MAINTENANCE Proposed Expenditures Instruction Salaries Instructional expense Operation and main tenance Auxiliary Agencies Sundry Undistributed Reserve Total Proposed Expenditures For Outstanding Bills Payable July 1933 Estimated Expense 193435 prior to receipt of funds Total Maintenance including B ESTIMATED INCOME FOR MAINTENANCE PURPOSES Estimated Income Other Than Current District Balance in district main tenance funds State County apportionments Miscellaneous receipts Total income other than current District District Maintenance Tax Re PROPOSED EXPENDITURES FOR CAPITAL OUTLAYS including Bond Moneys Proposed Expenditures for Capital Outstanding Bills Payable July 1933 Estimated Expense 193435 Prior to Receipt of funds Total Capital Outlays Includ ing B and C ESTIMATED INCOME FOR CAPITAL OUTLAYS Not including Bond Moneys Estimated Income Other Than Current District Tax Balance in district building tax fund Miscellaneous receipts Total Income Other Than Current District Tax District Building Tax Re quired I hereby certify that the above is a correct cooy of a summary of the proposed budget for year 19331934 as submitted bv the governing board of the above named school County Superintendent of statisticians declared that if every man was a producer two hours and fifteen minutes would be all that is needed to supply every necessity and every It begins to look as if he had a few in cliarge of affairs that believe this is true and might try to put it If they would they be backed up by the support of those who need it Never hi my 75 yeairs have I known of such interest being taken in these prob lems and if one cared to drive a few miles they could spend more than half their evenings listening to the variouu groups discussing the problems and out of it will come better Hurrah for General neth and who have been liv ing at San Diego for the past two years have moved to Covina will make their home here and SEARCY DENTIST First National Bank Building Phone 11952 Covina A baby boy was born to Judge and Tom Reed at the Covina hos pital and were hosts at a family dinner party given Wednesday evening hi honor of their niece and her and Edgar who had Just returned from their honey moon spent at La TEN YEARS AGO The founation for the Leon hardt and First National Bank have been and the brick work will begin at Miss Helen Broadwell is with Pasadena friends at for Seth Colver was a luncheon guest of Miss Jane Walters of Los Angeles last and Booth and and left today for their cabin at Big and Dancer and family were Sunday guests of and John Griset of Santa Miss Helen Petty and Miss Lilian returned the first of the from a six weeks trip to Daniel with Miss Olive and Tondre and May Freeman of Long spent Sunday at the Maxwell Is having a very pleasant visiting hi the She is at present at the home of her Detro of Fair port New and and ani Henry were din ner guests of and FIFTEEN TfEARS AGO Nash and Gertrude and and Henry mo tored o GaneshaPark Irven representative for thj Bulck announces that the price of this make of cars has raised on account ol an increase of freight rates of this amount on each and Aschenbrenner and picnicked on the Fourth in the Yucaipai with Mrs Lougheed and a son and a were born last week to and J and Elmer are at Big Bear for an outing this week On and Thos Red and Wallace visited their Thomas who Is a flying cadet at the balloon school at The longest aqueduct in the Bal kans delivers drinking water to Sofia from the Rila 40 miles Ten miles consist of The work required seven Phones Marr 12911 PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Osfceopatbio DENTISTS ROBERT MILLER DENTIST 151 College Phone 17274 Co vina CHIROPRACTORS Office phone 10292 21315 ELMER KING CHUtOPRACTOR Old First National Bank Building Office hours 1012 27 Saturday until LEACH CHIROPRACTOR Odd Fellows street HOURS 10 to 12 2 to Phone 17301 Covina GILBERT CHIROPRACTOR Offlce 24976 21273 XRay and Laboratory Service Suite 345 Covina Office Hours 1012 2 to 5 pjn Nights 69 ATTORNEYSATLAW Office Phone 22573 18824 GRANT CHAPMAN ATTORNBYATLAW Special Attention to Wills and Estates Office Citrus and California REED ATTORNEYATLAW 929 Fidelity Building 548 Spring Los Angeles Telephone VAndike 0087 Argus Phone 17072 PENCE ATTORNEYATLAW Notary Public Phone 14001 7 and 8 Seed Blk Covina Telephone 17541 RiCKETTS AXXOKNGYATLAW Rooms 6 and Old First National Bank MILLER ATXORNEYATLAW FUNERAL DIRECTOBB Lady Service CHRISTIANSEN FUNERAL DIRECTORS 124 Phone 12345 orMght FUNERAL PARLORS SEIMEARS BURNETT Lady Ambulance Covina Boulevard at Street Telephone 10502 FLORISTS MAURICE JONES VALLEY FLORIST Azusa 33762 Covina 21671 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