Well known is the policy undertaken during the dictatorship of Primo singapore mobile no de Rivera (1923-1930) to combat workers’ unemployment and the stagnation of the country’s economy, through the economic interventionism of the State and the promotion of public works. That seven-year period of government, epilogue of the monarchy of Alfonso XIII , meant for Elda the construction of various buildings that came to provide the city with a series singapore mobile no of infrastructures and public services that it lacked until then, both in terms of health, education and security as well as communications.Located on Benito Pérez Galdós Street (current José Mª Pemán) the dispensary and social building of the Red Cross, built in a very short time by the Board chaired by the priest Don Narciso Catalán Romero , constituted a set of ground singapore mobile no and upper floors and that Back then it was one of the best houses that the Red Cross owned in Spain. Judging by the descriptions of the time, it had a clinic and an infirmary for urgent cases, a chapel and an assembly hall. Services staffed by a legion of volunteer members.
The much desired and needed Station Bridge , inaugurated in September 1927 , was added in the last years of the primoriverista government a group of various buildings that were hastily inaugurated on February 9, 1930 , scarcely 10 days after the resignation. of the general and his exile in Paris. Annexed to the Red Cross building, singapore mobile no but on Ramón Gorgé street, the modern Fire Station was also inaugurated under the responsibility of the corresponding municipal staff, which had all the advances of the time: a Cuban truck, a warning van, long stairs to reach the highest points singapore mobile no of the buildings that could be set on fire, numerous fire extinguishers, water throwing sleeves and the own tools of firefighters, such as hammers, axes, pickaxes, etc. Even the appropriate clothing and helmets were available for fire fighting.