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   Placerville Mountain Democrat (Newspaper) - August 5, 1937, Placerville, California                                El Dorado Family Newspaper Since 1852 Keep, in ?lep with County's CrovtU. per Yew EL DORADO COUNTT, CALIFORNIA THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1937 LIQUOR ACT REVIEWED New Regulations Effective Aith Signing Of Biii By li index of improved business! in the industrial east is an- jbp igygrccr Merriam JW.V-...... 4. I State Alcoholic Beverage Con- JeopS enough Act by the last leg- tern peopie nave jsiatm-g thev also inity nave _ Being oiir pears, now emergency measure, became effee- to market. tive immediately upon being signed by _j i-n oo ir no c fn ,c sfiemed to you, as it has to Governor 50 tnrough thc travel this year, that j features of the new act are here out-1 of reported as follows on the other route. To some First Car Of Barts Shipped; II! ROUte. it is due to various enorts fowird to advertise the Pony Ex- conditions remaining fav- wethe tourist travel to California riil continue next year in larger vol. and will reach a peak in 1939. At that appears to be the cxpecta- tT'of parties who are investing their morey in roadside business develop- lnt ffhich can be seen along the _____ f.f 4-Vin efnTft hichwavs the state. TDC imateur by the El Dorado county Ifliamber of Commerce. Any size of jjjo may be entered, providing it is Ba Si Dorado County s, print is prcfcrrable. Cash await winners. iProvisions of the act fail into tnree classifications (1) improved social con- trol tiiose state revenue; and (3) measures regu- lating the industry. In the issuance of retail licenses, no- tices of intention to engage in busi- ness must not only be posted on the premises, but must also be advertised in a local newspaper of general circu- aiiu the Board oi Equalisation j niva I reyun The first car of Bartlef.ts if> Shipped this KPasftn hy rtjg PlaCST- ville Fruit Growers' Association, xCiiCVCvi to 'uc wic iirbi, tar shipped this year in the county, left PlacervUle Wednesday morning. In making the announcement, K. u. Murphy, manager of the fruit house, called attention to tne Bartlett pear advertising recently begun in s and ever tlic lauio. Ivir. Hurphy said uie oartiett pear radio advertising may be at -------v. AAUUAO UaUJr' UVC1 station KSPO, San Ptancisco, and KFI, Los Angeles. The pro- grams are timed at hours in- tended to prove most attractive to housewives, but are not heard at the same hour each day. They will be continued until August 15. LEGION DELEGATES PREPARE TO ATTEND STATE CONVENTION AT STOCKTON El Dorado Post. American Legion, buid a snort Wednesday night, i Principal business was the immintr of! [.standing committees for the year by ihe newiy-eiected commander, COMPLETE COUNTY TEACHER "1 ANNOUNCED' _ isari High School Ann SoTne District Schools WiH Start Classes Monday. August 30; 92 Are Listed Per AH School? Bv F uQuies in the area con- such applications for li- j Final plans were made for attending the state convention which will open in Stockton Monday, August 9th for a Lhrce-day session. Preliminary j ings and a memorial show will be held on Sunday afternoon and evening wita j the big parade to be held Monday j afternoon, beginning at 2 o'clock. j "In addition to the regular six dele- j gates ana alternates, a good many j other members have expressed a' desire to go, which should result in a very good representation at the i the commander stated. "All delegates 'are preparing to go, with the excep- tion of D. W. LeBourveau, who wiij be unable to get away." j Delegates snd alternates to the sts.t rtf i T. .T The complete roster of Dorado County teachers for the ensuing a total of 92 instructors including an at the high school and 14 at Fiaccrvillc grammar school, was announced this week by County School Superintendent E. J. Fitzgerald. rirst classes ior the 1837--38 school year will convene on Monday, August SO, when begins at the high school. Classes also siarfc on that date Placerville grammar school. imond Springs school, and perhaps in I some other district schools of the I county althmiffiT Hie districts have not been learned. The raster of teachers and of school district board clerks .was made public by Superintendent Fitzgerald as he prepared copy for publication of the annual county school directory. In addition to the superintendent 2nd. tne teachers and sffiniajg injii- School Holidays Are Listed Classes Out December 18 To January 2 For Holidays; Institute November 22 !or this wppk I California ranks near the top among -tales of> the nation in rural electrifi- 1 ciiiniv and that will be encouraging to am pojressive ring is held in the commun- ity In which the license is applied for and the local legislative body has the right to demand a hearing for revoca- I tion or suspension of any license. City! AKB I are BfgTtMflf aiKJ 'of Siven duties of enforcing thP act L flectric power in their homes. Power Minors may not purchase or Deserved I gio'em. j liquor ir. any licensee's pre. B i.r o piapo.-viiio hnv I hs "S accompanied end lor nil? yp-irs with the advertis-1or guardian. inc department of The Tulsa (Okla.) j ors and minors who purchase liquor World, is nmv the advertising manasrerl sre niiiit" o of The New Mexico Examiner, a weekly niihlishfid at Santa Fe. and a r in. the business. Asa W, DarJcIs fe> 11 T c son. George E. Faugsted, Dewitt I "OUrvcau, and F. E. Dean; alternates, JM. E. Wi-ight. Frank Duncan eveu Esteemed Resident Passes Following Long Illness At Home On Wednesday a former constable of fiathurst, Tom Henry Toedt. Maul, s. Chard ancl 1 school ypflr was I G> i gerakl. 1 Alt.hnngh some schools will tske uo on August 30, and an additional num- ber will convene September 6. it is not! expected that all schools will be in as rural supervisor, and the foi- lowirig constituting the county Board of Education: A. Schneider, president; E. J. Fitzgerald, secretary; and Miss Elea- DIAMOND SPRINGS SCOUTS AT CAMP TALUC FOR WEEK-END; ON TUESDAY yond 011 Wednesday morning at his! parent j XT.-, is.x Dealers who sell to min- J--S15. by The funeral services will be at 2 And before anyone "ribs" us about (S, you can cook your supper out of at Marcus P. Bennett, Jr., Mcm- f cul Park, where there are also camp [sores, tables and benches. Deer do cross the highway at "deer crassiug" siyns, as Jar.k Reese wiii at- I test. He hit one last Saturday night, while enroute home from a business trip across the mountains. The deer i killed but Reese was able to keep j control of the car and drove it home I under its own power. This issue, through the courtesy of the Agricultural Conservation Associa- tion headquarters in this county, pre- sorts an aerial picture of a portion of i- M ui eak "ive reeeiyeci iucrabie favorable comment on the in the picture, with which nhad nothing to do, and have hadj I commendation too for ihe excel- of the reproduction, which was I turned out in our own engraving t? Stanley Barker, younger sorTof the Stanley is our engraver and which the paper has "J since the installation of the plant about two months ago were credited as Mountain Engravings, were made by Barker. to the particular picture men- slightly from a 01 500 feet to one inch. It is to present other such views iime to time as well as other sews pictures of the day. o'clock on Friday afternoon from Mem- The new law prohibits the sale of ;ory chapel Rev MfirehQuse liquor to "an obviously intoxicated per- wjn haye charge> wjn in Refilling of distilled spirits bottles by licensees is specifically prohibited and all licensees emptying ooUles of uis- (CoiitiuUcCl on Fugc 1} Farm Help Asked To Register Employment Service Making Preparations Over State To Supply Crop Labor T. G. FaLLon, local manager oi the California State Employment Service, the Methodist Episcopal cemetery. Death brought to Mr. Daniels release from illness which had spanned six By J The Boy Scouts oi" Diamond Springs spent tne week-end at Camp Tallac.. j near the shore of Tahoe, which Is owned by Mr. and Mrs. Ebright. Those present were C. W. Doe, Jr., Scoutmaster; W. T. Henderson, Wil- liam LidcUcoet, Jack Landis and Joe Terripelli; and Scouts Billy Liddicoet. Bill Fisher, Ed Meyers, Jimmy Hender- son, Sidney Warri; Loyd Pilatti, Harry session until Monday, September gcherrer, Mrs. Ruby G. MeSehio? and this is the date designated in the and" Harry L Reese1 calendar as the beginning of the class i___- T 15 iiiffi, schuul board, James A- lwinff' President; Leo N. Bich, However. eehcols -srhich arc- in session at the time will observe sion Day. Armisfcien Dn.v. 11 mill hp' Ulta. years, during which he received the DeWolfe, 'Hank: Lee, Donald Way, Ken- wjiiuei--. aiiu devuLeU taro or iiis wife. neoh 'Walsh, Elbern Boccascmi and family and was remembered Green. The transportation of his more JuLuuate irie.ids who furnished by the first four men. called to visit with him. Bill Fisher proved why he was named school on Friday. November 19, and; continue through the next school' week, with the annual teacher's in- j Berry and Dr. A. A. aipiiaijssicaiij teachers and grammar school district Clerks MTU; Miss SffurieT Hermie, teacher; E. T. Larson, clerk; (Tarn to 'Page 5> Sharing with tne family tne sorrow j Fisher when he furnished fish for din- of his passing are a legion of acquain- I ner. Some of the boys passed Scout tances won by Mr. Daniels through his tes'ts Sunday. Tuesday we had a meting at the which is located in the basement of the long residence here who, with those who knew him more intimately, res- home of Mr. Doe but the carnival in- pected him for his traits of character. A native of Minnesota, he came to California as a comparatively young man many splendid terfered with his plans. Refreshments were served after the meeting. stitute Nov. 22 io 24. Holiday vacation opens December 18; and closes January 2, and teachers' j cAiuniiiations will be huid at the school administration ofiices Dec. 20 to 24. The May Day picnic and Memorial! Day are other school holidays provided for thc schools will close officially on June 3 providing they have no .time to make up as a result of forced va- cations. Africa Life Dr. Elton Morel Speaker At Club's Luncheon Tuesday; Movies Are Shown BOARD OF SUPERVISORS HOLDS REGULAR MEETING; WORKS actjve jjfe engaged Machine Owner Fined W On Monday charged with pos- dot machines, -wai fined Justice of the Peace T. F. Lewis and the machines confis- it was reported, had to- district. in the Lake e I in farming, in later years accepting an courthouse, announced Wednesday that appointment as constable for Plaeer- the employment service is arranging Vijle township. He had resided in El for iujuicuiutc release of ioforiuEtiGu i County since 1888. in regard to crop harvest which will Daniels is survived' by his de- effcct this area. AS in the past, the! service has worked with agriculturists in all parts of the state in securing sufficient workers to harvest their crops. "Crops over the state which will be ready for harvest in the near Mr. Fatten said, "are peaches; wife, Mrs. Meda Daniels, and by two sons and one daughter, Waldo Daniels, Asa Daniels and Mrs. William Schroth, all of this county, and by one sister, Mrs. H. B. Hill, of Beverly Hills. THIRTY CLEAR DAYS, ONLY ONE cotton, grapes, and sugar beets. These CLOUDY, NOTED IN WEATHER SUMMARY FOR JULY crops will require that many thousand harvest hands be directed to those areas where they are needed. "Depending upon the crop and the' cloudy day are noted in the weather location many different working areas summary for July, compiled by Adolph Thirty bright and clear days and one are offered by emploj-ers. There will be work for single men, married men, and whole families, with or without experience. Some areas report that Martin, local co-operative observer. There was no measurable precipitation. Maximum for the month was 105 de- grees, on July 4, and the mean maxi- free tents will be available for thosemum was 97 degrees. Minimum for the Your Favorite Drug Store Offers: 01.98 with LOTION wu, Dictionary oi a TOOTHPASTE Robi nsons _. Placerville who register for work immediately. Camping facilities, good water, free wood, and sanitary, showers and other facilities are available in most areas." In making this announcement Mr. Fatten requested that all persons in- terested in doing agricultural work to register at once at 'his office for Dis- trict five in the basement of the court- house, so that arrangements may made to refer them to employers when the crcps P-WS ready. No great shortage month was 45 degrees on July 14, and the mean minimum was 51 degrees. Mean temperature was 74 degrees. Greatest range in temperature was on July 20, with the mercury ranged from a high of 102 to a low of 49, a spread of 53 degrees. Sent 10 vjls audition of workers is reported from any dis- to the piacerviiie grammar Reception Compliments Recent Bride At Shingle Springs Mrs. Eod Lewis, of the Big Canyon dredge; was hostess Monday evening to a small gathering in honor of the recent marriage of her daughter, Ruth Johnson, to Oscar Morris. Present were Johnnie Johnson, Mrs. Miller Jones, Mr. and Mrs. George King, Mr. and Mrs. George Butler, Louis Mocettini, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Vaughan and daughters, June and Josephine; Mr. and Mrs. Prank Lass7 well and children, Franklin, Donald and Hazel; Mrs. Bill Varoza and children, James, George and Jac- queline, and Leonard King or Stock- ton. Frankie Lasswell played his guitar and his sister, Helen, sang. Mr. Lass- well sang a few songs and Mrs. But- ler sang and also did a dance. Follow- ing a happy time, refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Mrs. Morris received several nice gifts and good wishes by all. Mr, and Mrs. Morris left Wednesday for Fresno. COUNTY SCOUTS AWARKD MERIT BADGES AT SUMMER CAMP Eighty Boy Scouts among whom were several from El Dorado County, received merit badges or rank advance- ments during the summer istr.p at Lake Audrain, which closed last Sun- day. The El Dorado County lads who won awards included Lyle Smith, William An old saying has it that a picture is worth a thousand words and most of the members of Placerville Lions Club, who attended the Tuesday luncheon meeting, and HR.W the pictures of Africa, will be likely to agree. Guest speaker of the day was Dr. HS- i ion Morel, who is Jitteaaifig to the I practice of Dr. D. W. Babcock during Members of the Board of Supervisors the latter's vacation, and who, within continued in session Thursday, work-. recent months, has concluded a slay ing on the county budget, following of five years in the Belgian Congo their regular August meeting, which Dr. More! medical evaugsJist for the Seventh-Day Adventlst church, tiie board, as He regrete, he told the Lions, that he OH AHHuAL BUDGET opend Monday. Among business of noted in the clerk's minute book, was did not obtain motion picture cam- era until about six months before the end of his service in Africa. The doctor has several reds of pic- the following: Contract to supply power to the Dia- mond Springs Street Lighting District was awarded to the Pacific Gas and Electric Company; A petition asking for the improve- ment of a street in Camlno was re- ferred to Supervisor Hall; Contractor Hector .Williamson is granted a thirty-day extension to on the Tennessee bridge, the structure now to be complete by October 1; A report of viewers being received and accepted, the board authorizes the amount to anywhere from 75 cents building of a new road in the Cwnino! month to or per month. tures, two of which he exhibited for the Lions, showing the natives in their tribal life. Natlw who accept Christianity gain release from the ancient supmttttaw of the people and9 reach a state of civ- ilisation K little raore advanced that their brothers who retain the beliefs, according to Di. Morel. Native labor is very cheap. esaditSsas, other items are low in proportion. Dr. Morel men- tioned that a major operation costs the native the equivalent of about 60 ceuts. The Belgian government co- from the B. E. Larsen to the county rood at the Paul Thomas ranch; Supervisor Breedlove is authorized to build a bridge at South Fork across the Georgetown ditch, the same to cost! operates by furnishing supplies for the less than j surgery. Bonds of the Placarvllle school dis- trict, amounting to to mature serially at two each year in denomina- tions of each, are approved. trict, and crop workers are requested approved at the meeting of the school not to move to any area in the hope of j trustees on Monday evening, have been finding work without first applying seai to state at to the local office of the California j Sacramento for their approval. State Employment Service for the lat- j According to J. R. Juiiiiaoii, clerk uf BUIfeiser, Ted Yates, Bob Combellack, Norman Austin, Harlan Hall and Ed Meyers. Trout Fry Plaited In Pheasants Released At est. most i-eliaWi; information ir. regard jjie ule dkti'lcl. lupes thai to working conditions and the demand j its application for PWA assistance in for labor. the project may be approved but at this time there has been nc inrmal ap- proval of the project. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Prank Ward and son, Members of the Mt. Ralston Pish (Kenneth, returned Tuesday evening Planting dub, of Sacramento, early vtortton of several days spent this week augmented their district und at Monterey, plantings In this county when they re- j: joined bis parents in leased 216 birds at the Shingle Springs j the trip home at the conclusion of his game refuge. The pheasants were of in the ClUzenn' Military the neck tr.i tnws. Tratnlnf Sights Of Placerville Much fer Sitze Just at thia writing, H. L. Sitze is In jail and he probably will be there for thirty days. He was released Monday morning after serving five days far Being drunk Tributaiy Creeks Sportsmen trout fry In report planting tributary creeks of the American River Sunday, among them Alder and Plum Creeks. All tributaries of the river above the confluence with Silver Creek are closed to fishing, with the exception of SU- disorderly, but the Bights of Placerville were too much for Bitze, and Thursday morning found him back again, saying "Good Morning" to Police Judge Eugene Creed, "Thirty quoth the Judge. E. J. RobinfiCQ is here from Orovllle visiting his grandsons, Dean Robinson and Don Robmson and families. i vtr Mr. and Mrs, Lee Craven were end visitors from Oakland, calling on Mrs. Craven's mother, Mrs. Addle Wil- liams, and friends. ORDER IT NOW! BLOCKWOOD Save juuuey by ordering winter wood now by the truckload Immediate Delivery! Sperry Warehouw 43 Canal Street   

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