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Corona Daily Independent (Newspaper) - January 12, 1966, Corona, California to to on two W ' goals ' Nam Virili deliver his State of the Union message joint session of in. color across the message will cast at 6 nation was anxiously awaiting the repprt from the in view of to Communists to the In ' k ' But the delicate ' peace a s the ' point of ' contact the Viet was to this reason his message was lb. stress without too to ' the or overly anxious still ih ' could speak of it only to him said would be in the Should some important wortl come from Hanoi during the there chance it would in his communication would with great care before a public the same Johnson was well aware his remarks before Congress would be given microscopic study in Peking and although the speech was drafted primarily as a message to the American tipped his theme Tuesday when he told AFL-CIO President George Meany he was determined to Great Society programs while meeting increase ed costs of the U. S. war This idea will be expanded the administration will follow up the message with a request for a appropriation of billion during the current fiscal year to meet higher war the 1967 which is to run close to and then the economic report which carry a blueprint for combating inflation in 1966. his third of the Union message was a long time hi The President and his chief advisors have spent much of the past section after the early tWs effort is there seemed greater degree of care and caution this year as Johnson Undertook the task of expressing simultaneously oiu a war and up in his expensive domestic ' CALIF. JANUARY 12, 1966 you will be nominated in Mist 'M lor High ' ' haven't really it much thought hut four that are pretty sure to be nominated are Kathy Janet Carol Wadenius May ' ' - that Susan Koch Carol M ' are always to s HI R L E 2350 Harter and Donna will - be joa of - those These girls ideal schod Diane another is making the rounds in one is traveling on horseback up and down as feminine under the direction oi Mrs. June Stangel ride to collect signatures on the petition for a horse trail on 32 of the riding club is covering Hillside from to the and Mrs. group has the rest petition iias been circulating for about two but are still declined to guess how many signatures had been collected so why the petition cites Hillside in Mrs. Stangel is just the first of many streets on which we want horse We had to start also that Mayor Commission G. and president Jerry Riley were among the first to of rebellion days troops reported today they had captured a three-story under- j ground Viet Cong labyrinth believed to be the main Communist political headquarters for the city of Saigon and a guerrilla regimental major discovery barely 25 miles northwest of Saigon came as bombers from Guam struck two Viet Cong western Province and in central Quang Nam Province 15 miles southwest of Da Marines immediately launched an attack in the Da Nang target Marines striking only four miles south of the Da Nang airfield ambushed a group of Viet Cong and then used a tank to wipe out the Five Viet Cong bodies were found a n d there was evidence from trails of blood that 12 other bodies had been dragged another Da Nang development a U. S. Air Force berra jet bomber exploded into flames on takeoff at the Da Nang air base There was no immediate of casualties from the crash or of damage to other air base American and Vietnamese military MEET Norco Elementary principal Ken Thompson Mrs. Wilma teacher from and school superintendent Dr. John W. Stallings compare curriculum a participant 1965 International Teacher Development was a guest today of the Association of Corona TOLL buyers editor Linda 2444 Stella Mellor and Mary I w o u 1 to see any or all of these nominated and dne of be the perfect Miss They have all served well during their years at Corona Funeral services will be held Thursday for Mrs. Gora E. 105, who said she was born in a log cabin and taught school in the South during who moved to Southern died Sunday in a Her a commercial died in 1936. decrease in Communist attacks and acts of sabotage and terrorism last attached any particular significance to the nor did they link it to President Johnson's current peace The U. S. moratorium on bombing raids against Communist North Viet Nam went into its 19th day U. S. military communique number of Viet incidents decreased throughout the 16-17 Iowa - A spokesman for the nation's automobile makers was scheduled to testify today at a state safety has 15 Abby 10 Molner 8 4 6 8 7 Lane 4 12 14-lS that most cars are not safe to called after U.S. motorists smashed all traffic death in 1965, is designed to explore in which Gaulle visit - President Charles de Gaulle will visit Moscow sometime this cars could be the big four auto companies apparently declined an invitation from Iowa Atty. Gen. to send and and Oldsmobile's Toronado he said 31 American cars tested out of the 1936 chassis design Only three have disc the an official of the Automobile Association was scheduled to testify editor of testified Tuesday that car are being and He said on the basis of road tests conducted by his publication per cent of American oars rate only said most brakes offered as standard equipment oti 1966 models were inadequate and were not capable of taking heavy the exception of three cars - standard hear Assemblyman W. Craig Biddle highlight meeting of the Norco Agriculture Association with a film and a talk on topics of interest to according to NAA program chairman Phil NAA will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the Fireside became Deputy District for Riverside County in 1958, and in 1962 announced No time was made the after a with De Gaulle at the Elysee De has had a standing invitation to visit Moscow since the Paris visil in 1960 by then Soviet Premier Nikita sunny and slightly warmer today and Strong gusty north to northeast noon temperature was 69, after an overnight low or 51. Yesterday's maximum reading was 60. public He was elected to his first term in the state legislature in No 1964. He is of the Assembly Criminal Procedures and and secretary of the Assembly Republican and a member of four other including the Conservation and Wildlife of C is Who's gi l is I would to see nominated are and Stella is president Linda Is senior representative on GRA r It would be if a representative of this - would be top recognition do and it as though are HEADS with Dr. John W. of for leadership roles on the citizens backing million next March 15 seated Mrs. Frank Esparza and A. J. thay during meeting one of three candidates backed by the Norco Agriculture today predicted that at least two of the three will be also got in a few swipes at far as the NAA is tJie chamber of appears to be our main Bui fKB to be So it needs a the last it was the for apparently a larger organization will be used by the So the Norco Taxpayers Association is offering free and the taxpayers group has no identity with the like any is would assume this or some new group of the same people wilL endorse Councilmen Hoefs and don't want to speculate on whether they will endorse Councilman r expect that of the three candidates Nick Bud and least two will be elected to the of the Norco when told of have no ties with the chamber of and I a member of the chamber president of brushed off charge by is I don't recall by that name ever
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