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Corona Daily Independent (Newspaper) - December 21, 1936, Corona, California SO often I get thoroughly bumed up by someone telling me how to nm my own The peculiar part of It all is that usually he or she Indignantly deny the charge were it merchandise a newspaper has to sell ia And the editor is the paper's purchasing Dependent upon his judgment is the choice of position for an item so that it will be of to the greatest number of is a common fallacy that an Item will be overlooked unless it has front-page An editor is frequently threatened with what amounts to of some i particular near and dear to the is not placed on the front similar threats are brought if there is a possibility of a truthful but piece of news appearing in is the fact that an editor is bound by the same law which made possible a union of states into the United States will of the long as the majority are a newspaper will be well will bring its advertisers a food return on their and maintain an honorable in community when it allows itself to its responsibility to the its prestige is A mme is worth far more than one advertising 35 DEPARTMENTS OF HOME NEWSPAPER CLASS ADS COVER THE TERRITORY A DAILY IN News the of world news Is published In The Independent A report from United Press your world other afternoon got a concise world in addition to ALIj local in The 40c Month In 5c December 21, 193G. 38, No. 2G0. most amusing part of it all is that those who bring in illiterate copy are the ones who insist upon it appearing word for whose material is usually satisfactory as submitted never argue when minor changes are my temper may get the better of my good and when an item is printed as I'll after first inserting an explanatory paragraph that and punctuation are exactly as the person whom I shall give credit by wrote it. Unsigned are usually understood to be the work of the So when an item is too he patches It up In order that his knowledge the language will not be This idea of giving a would he a very handy newspaper man must sit in judgment over the There times when he must print the truth regardless of Ard there are times for the record of nothing will be lost if the item a wayward who might go straight If she had a is laid there are when at the cost of personal the official shortcomings of a neighbor must be put on page one times when a mother's love mu it not be and when the editorial heart will be heavy trying to decide is best and what is to mint the cold facts as they are BO that the readers may or to them to save others from a misery that will sear their souls to the of their are the media thi which most of our people gain their and form be flaming torches of great leadership or they can be pain ghosts of reflected personal and in making its fight for the best community the newspapers is entitled to the same supr rt as any individual or force making the same might be said that the future of the United States is more in their hands than in those of any molder of not excepting the the church and the They have a us a breath they may destroy and blast for the they if they drive out the crook and the thn hypocrite and the pretender They may make clean the or they may compromise with dishonesty and become crs of their Uo deliberate iri a newspaper is one of the most damnable things in the It is as though it wern being shouted from housetops by ten times ten thousand will never be long as the streams of expression are not dammed or ridden with the typhoid germs of interest and personal spleen and Dec. 21, cars of Navels and thirteen cars of lemons sold Navel market opened slightly closed dull and Lemon market Price range Navels lemons Left ' n Ducc Playing | italy FORTIFIES new POSITION Without Homes Cupid to by agreement WITH Mail Plane Dec. 21, Byron Washington National Guard reported to Northwest Airways today he had sighted its missing mail a twisted mass of on Cemetery 12 miles southeast of was no sign of life about the plane which was piloted by Joe Livermore and Arthur A. Haid When it disappeared enroute from Montana to Spokane last Seals Sale to Date Reaches from the sale of tuberculosis Christmas seals has reached with 8,000 letters yet to hear according to Mrs. Catherine Poster of the County Health and association hopes to receive more before the sale closes on Christmas to dats are in excess of those for the corresponding period in 1935. it in forecast for Southern California is for fair tonight and little change in with gentle northerly winds off Uie OFF PIUS TO SPEAK CHRISTMAS Pius XI will make a world-wide appeal for peace when he speaks over the radio Christmas according to a report received The Pope is be strong enough to give his annual DUELIST BECOMES Franz Hungarian became a father His wife presented him with a baby daughter which was named The achieved prominence in the newspapers when he recently scheduled 100 duels with persons claiming he had married his wife for her After he had fought a policemen stepped in and told him to stop such Norwegian government today denied Leon exiled an extension permit to live in Trotsky's permit expired last Ho has received permission to live in but had asked permission to continue residence in Trotsky is expected to leave Norway within the next ten SIMPSON AWAITS is a guest of the Bremen city He is awaiting the arrival of the U. S. liner President Roosevelt which will bring him back to the United States on an American was sentenced tq three years in prison for allegedly distributing communistic After serving 17 months in part of which time he was awaiting Adolph Hitler pardoned the pardon being effective December 20. It is not whether Simpson will be a guest of the liner or will work his way across the REBELLION END NEAR NANKING Dr. 1. V. Soong predicted today the Chinese rebellion would soon be Soong believed his Generalissimo Chiang woud soon be Chiang was captured nine days ago by Marshal Chang CARS 15 persons were inured some two street cars crashed into each After a preliminary checH on the officials believed the heavy fog was Ihe of the Embargo Upheld Court Holds Legislation Dec. 21, t won the approval of the Court in a case brought to the validity of the of a group of airplane manufacturers and on of conspiring to violate Roosevelt's Chaco All members excepting Justice James C. ' without held the legislation and proclamation should have court rejected the contention of the defendants that the congressional under which the unconstitutionally delegated power to the Chief ruling compelled the defendants face a jury trial on charges of conspiring to 15 machine guns to ON AWAITED WITH Dec. 21, Supreme Court's on the Chaco arms embargo case was awaited with by State Department and other officials for possible effect upon the neutrality policies of the resolution under President acted on May 28, 1934, when he proclaimed an embargo on shipments of munitions cf to Bolivia and participants in the long raging Chaco much the same as those under previous presidents levied that the affect on business of an embargo had been Neutrality later to take form in the neutrality lact of amended in 1936, was under indictment was returned naming the Curtiss-Wright Airplane and Motor Barr Shipping Johri S. Samuel J. and Robert R. Barr as in connection with the penalty for violation of the embargo was fixed by at up to a fine and a mum prison sentence of two of going to the defendants entered la to the charged that the under which President acted was an invalid delegation of legislative power to the on Page 1(50 in Disaster 1879 Dec. 21, forces mobilized toil ly to for 25.000 li in local earthquake since 1H7!). At 100 dead and of 500 were Hernandez Mai chaise as frail by the indicated if life and f San X ii 23 of lar lid All that lt San nte a and .su Saturday down and and Discussed at League Sends Indio Uelt Calif League of Municipalit a and Metropolitan aqueduct in trip ' dinner was i pi of presented | of I at tendance 1.U'gcr the held ini ( with illy i within the counties of Riverside and San but r. A. city sent his on tho liquor to the where acti to the righi I of local approval in the licensing conduct of liquor was of in the at of a special o named to ree immend in commit t lindings were concernei wholly with liquor tb liquor by package sale re not included in the the that have not lieen e material headed by City K. Spoor of Red also in I lie were made on a of 1\V the opinions of all types of organizations in tlw several cities of the Belt Have Fairly Quiet crash at Merrill ears driven by Carmen M. Padill the Jameson and A. B. of 3850 in t. the latter and his VanderVelden the made by police night and Sunday as to 15 on the Two boys taken into on suspicion ears parked on the Attend County Council regular meeting of the American Legien county council was held in Elsin i Plans were completed to make Christmas a little merrier fur the veterana ait Sawtelle SoUliers Those attending from Corona were 21.st Howard Day Henry Fred John L. O. of the local and Capt. Chef Do Gare of the et 8. From War to AKT Press of a as 1 nl the Ml Italian will the Italian 11;,. of and upon ol of on Oct. 3, on May 5, of 1 of Ui i 1:- Ihe II I n i of ol 11,1 top .md louer pi ell odor to the till one 11)11 of to the g throne is to been and Mai 1.1, 21, IS tlie only led of Victor of Chats With Dec. 21, M. Landon came the White and traded fishing with President The who at the White House at of the man hi n last for the th in a half hour he came out he told men about and the The talked and 1 talked about my y 111 the he was we 1 11 nice We fishing just had a Toll iiii N. Y. lit advises and hours on highways and are between 5 p.m. and 7 led in number of was the next highest day with and 30',) courage of i in the faco of inti new Joins Plane Flyer lo Farmer's LAKK 21, Earh irt woman today the hunt for a missing Air liner which in a central early noted arrive 1 from California in a Hewn Paul h is j in the search it Earhart and Mantz took off to investigate a j a report from ii farmer at ali ait 05 miles north of may he a 1 to the of the missing has Unfavorable search by air ef th ing liner with seven and rain has made it impossible for planes to continue the All hunting has lined to the j A any information leading to tho linding of the missing luiN out numerous j to aid in CONTEST CLOSES DEC. 23 Arthur Lee leads The Independent carriers with only two more left in the Eighth Independent Carrier Boys is hard pressed by Richard who a few All those who have not during whirlwind can he of service to their if they will sul scription during the next two days I arc lo their intensive in f I new and renewal ions I will spend every ni are working win cash ai j your All receive I commissions in to the cash turned in during the through your favorite Those in the contest Charles Ralph Arthur Keith Hicks and Arthur It's Santa and His Has 1-Iiuh While other Main Street merchants here dread the onset of winter Edward Schowalter complacent in the knowledge that his triangular building has only one Inch of frontage to keep dear on that later 111 of tile size neli t has lion natural 1 event iif t was the conquest of 1! event was Italy's alliance witli The wis brought In- and France's opposition to Mussolini's war in violation of tho League of Ethiopia severely which throughout th - opposed Italy's one time during war than 600.000 tons of in the in bitter lengland to smoulder until the lifted two after the end of the When san lions duly 15, prepared to resume old position in European but found England and still smarting from had at and to and Mussolini promoted a of long between and Austria and then proceeded to make with At first only flirted with Germany in hopes England and would settle old in a in on Oct. 20, proceeded to with intimately I L j Hungary and j recognized annexation of Inopia and they today foim a of 125,001).000 opposed to 111;' of in virtually took Italy out of tile League of r w hen the refused to the Italy not ils say they have no intention of until Ihe the and of becoming a more the summer Mussolini made bids for the return of normal between England and climaxing them with peace in his in Ill on 1. This speech a response from England at flic present time the two irc negotiating an accord in the the conclusion of the African has his with his and There have been of visits between three with visit to Italy of Admiral Nicholas Regent of .it the end of file year has been with notable Not so is known about his economie The cost milliards of lire and more will be to the the beginning of sanctions the publishing and economic no data exists to any year time brings mail Oscar at Santa Ind. This year the volume letters so Santa Postmaster talked over as shown That letter Mr. is that's V just one the lUs LUB em singin over Claws is ty I But on the uther bin that WOta got a mite uv these seems tu be goin tu Xmas
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