Corona Daily Independent (Newspaper) - July 7, 1926, Corona, California It H if Iv ' of today may be Justified 1 to you Organ of the City of 506 per pgr year In Single Copy 5 JULY 7, 19ft6. TO OE M D. Board of Decide Immediate for Is of Commerce Street Is Allowed Vote of of Corona will soon be asked to decide on a bond protection from storm to action taken toy the city board of last action is necessary in getting the preliminary work was tlie unanimous opinion of the of taking immediate steps is as the machinery of bond election and sale of bonds would crowd aJl to get under construction by the time the winter storms ' According to A. H. Hanapel at least would be required for a complete and specifications for the most essential repair and It was suggested to that he make a preliminary report for perusal at next that the trustees may know within reason how be needed in the bond The detailed plans could come following the decision of a gross amount is probable the ballot to the people will contain several other propositions that may be voted upon at the same It is likely that 000 or of the issue he asked for park plunge completion and installation of An was suggested for purchase of a park site for the west side of riders will be discussed and - probably decided upon at next week's to Engineer who has made a cursory estimate of storm drainage fully will ibe needed for repair of the old system and construction of drains that must Installed for proper that there is no limit to the amount that might be spent were the funds but that that amount at least is essential for Is a favorable time now to float according to City Attorney with a low rate of interest prevailing and the demand ' The storm of this spring demonstrated the need for immediate action to save and repair the system of drains that were installed in 1909. Parking request for permission to install gas and oil tanks in the city parkway for service to in the was without Mayor explained that it has been policy of the trustees for the past two years to refuse permit for such installations in the city The old installations for such service have not but it has been tlw of the trustees that tire at some future bp entirely free of private for commercial George that the request for such permit at 211 Belle street be None the trustees to wish to be on record - in the matter and no second mDER IS OF DIG AZUSA Lowe Brings Big Applausi With Wild Horse and Steer BERBY Several Points in Belay and Boman Events Point D. tobacco specialist In the Department who has gone to Europe to make an intensive study of tobacco having in view the creation of new stables supplied a considerable portion of the entertainment at the big rodeo for tho and fifth of July at according to C. E. of Parkridge Riding one of the three official of the American Legion of Azusa had charge of Ihe 26, NO. 145. as Clerk in on July 5, 1906, Has Same MOVING in Corona in 1922 as Assistant Appointed to Office 1925 f FAR outlets for American and the two days wild bacco the town for the veterans It would have seemed a drunkenness and bur witnesses declare that although everybody was making full share of noise and were no cases of or liquor won by were third place in the rn third in in musical third in men's second in Roman r These events the first day of the with Lowe and Delia for last day saw second place for relay go to DRUNKEN DRIVERS second place in wild horse ing and first in Roman More Ways Than One Berry and Day of July a Total of Nearly Assessed hy undersecretary for foreign affairs in and close associate may succeed Giacomo di Martino as Italian ambassador to the United Grandi Is a lawyer and as well as a war Win Be Busy Until November in AU Groves of Says Gets Thru With Mexicans again in the Lowe was sensation of the meet in the wild horse C. R. Miller remitted j and steer more the city treasurer for ' applause than did Tom month ot representing j Hoxie and Buck Jones who also taken for disorders of day the end is apparently not for since the first of July fines totaling have been what awful figure will be reached before the end of July is any man's but the strenuous effort of the recorder and police and their unflinching attitude should have a effect on the law It is interesting to reflect what the respect for order might have descended to had there been a softening of justice during past collected for July is the balance ing paid out in work for the city or jail decided upon yesterday and this with fines in each case The wild were ridden bareback and clear and ihra the fence with the Corona He rode three bucking steers five wild MARY LIKES TREE LINED am looking for a Paris apartment where we can spend our declining Mary Pickford ' told Paris don't necessarily old age when I say she one never knows when the public's taste in movie stars will change and our I retirement might be closer than we choice of pally is on of its concealed Weapon j to served Joe | the most ardent A W. E. concealed Monroe cutting Claude disturbing the United States end ii one of her the noted dressmaking shops of Paris have something to do with the apartment idea of I W I j the because Mary She has not bought a Paris for Mrs. Margaret wife and she must really of J. W. Grinnell who passed a- something to which is expected to include 7000 acres of citrus groves in is well under it reported yesterday by County Commissioner or more fumigating crews are now in field and will he increasingly during the next few according to all groves of the county will be this is the opinion of tlie most of the groves of the county are affected to some extent with the either or black on the have never been ami eradication of the pest will he comparatively he has been noticeable of late Bottel said that growers of the county have come to believe that it is more economical to keep a grove clean than to be put to the expense of killing the scale once it has gained a work is dome under the supervision of the office by licensed by the Board of for will epd about September 15, said while on the black scale will continue until November 1, to the horticultural 5 this year brought a holiday for of the local postoffice department and for the Roscoe it brought memories of the first 20 years when he began his service for Uncle Johnson graduated from the Kansas State College in 1904 and for a time after finishing school was engaged as clerk in a merchandise store in July 5, 1906, he was taken on as clerk in the postoffice and the work proved so mutually that he held the for 10 On July 16, he transferred to Kansas City Where he took a position as postal clerk in the main west canie with its irritable appeal to Mr. Johnson as it does to every wide person and on October 1, 1919 he was to still the of On July 1, 1922. hr came to this time taking the position of h lir until cember 27. V. B. Wells of Will Hold the Appointed by IS NOW Harold B. United States who was loaned by the Navy department to organize air has been home on leave from hie South American He now has SB aviation students and reports a wide interest In aviation In and Chamber Secretary Will Invite Lions Today for Joint AND Be With Eoad First Dirt to Be Observed Subm t Propositions for Improvement Asked at La and one of the older residents of yesterday afternoon at the arrangements will be announced later after hearing from eastern relatives and an obituary will also be published in a later of The the contest conducted at the exhibit of Corona Mutual Building and Loan Association and John P. Key last the winners as announced Jessie carving Mrs. E. D. thermos Miss Angela LOS James Land Syndicate chartered 5% Bldg. Loan with capital bf TO BIG riNE three routes to Big Lake are now in good according to a report received tlie National The city creek route has been road work is now completed and the road is in excellent Both rainbow black fishing excellent at the present are being taken by casting and still being taken on Shannon Twin spinners with Red and Vamp in morning and is quite warm the day and cool at ' I for the bids for the of the Foothill Road improvements were opened yesterday by the Board of and referred to Counly Surveyor and Road Supt. Ford for which probably will be made at the next stretch of ii lies between the foot of the trail and Relief Hot was levelled and by members of Sheriff prison road camp aaul are for the final paving firms wen and Joseph and and and W. J. of 11'.miles of road in the La Sierra section was asked in a petition presented to the board It was that the work will cost and of this amount the board voted to provide It is expected that a date for protests will be se of three trustees of the Coachella Valley water district were accepted yesterday by the The trustees are Fred W. Robin Russell and F. E. who were for next Western Pacific and Sacramento Northern Railroads to install icing in local ( A Colbern and H of of Commerce Ilic Lions Club at Elsinore today to from dial city the next of the of which will be a between the and the with official of the Santa Fe for formal construction work of the line road which will connect the two The date has not been definitely set but will he made now being are to have as our the Division and several other of the of turning dirt will be made a feature of the meeting in the when the Mayor of the city will he expected to turn first dinner meeting for all in. in of Chamber of Commerce and will be Staged in the evening at Hotel Kinney and a fellowship time had between Corona and the of tiie Coronia and Santa Fe .st of I chamber of commerce has been In conference with the president of the chamber and it is expected this will feature the beginning of a of dinner meetings at time the members will have an opportunity to discuss the work of the Chamber and other community in Joint for Support of board of supervisors appointed Dr. W. B. Wells oE to be County a recently created agitation for the creation of the position several months ago the Rockefeller Foundation and the State Hoard of Health each agreed to provide a year for three years toward the support of the This offer made with the provision that Riverside County would appropriate a year for the same The Hoard of Supervisors appropriated the required are available Dr. Wells stated last and he lo activities up work started by Mrs. J. superintendent of County and Dr. Wells plans to organize health renters in every district In the the districts where these centers will be established are Beaumont and Coachella and and other lo infant mortality and tlie death rate will form an item In tlie program of tho in many of tho ill sen sections i f Wells it IS impossible for lo have i care under presi lit 1 mkI uh a i infant are not 111.: iv come to County in of the death rate from this also is Dr. Wells attempts at its reduction will be and automobile schools and communities will come in for the tention ot Dr. of the proposed health centers will be lu charge of a supervision hor giving advice and conditions to the health ( to will he Mihs Aradell of r madt liy Board of installing water mains in several city new theater + + + + + + + + + CALENDAR + + + + + r si miet at 30 p. 111. Lions club 12:15 p. Corona Brothi 7:;i( r Rebekah lodge in I. O. O. 7 p. m. p. weekly lam h. Hotel 12:15 p. Shop with the - at all church in a. Open Air p.