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   Corona Daily Independent (Newspaper) - February 12, 1930, Corona, California                                              i- -  • . 'V    hÄ^fiodSlfitfr'^^S  ñto£ many «seti"!  ,, J "-ir^M     Nini  Regular Keçtinf of Corona Man-ager^-b fliief With Little i . Work OB Hand »  Much of the ttiT\p of the brief iieBsion of the city council lasl evening wa^ devoted ot a further (llflcusslpn of~tlie próposèd jjur-chase of a twenty-six acre tract east of the city for use uh a riiimp-KroUnd, and on which there iB thè possibility of Injune-tloji-iroçeeaiiigB agAlnfit the use of the ground for snch a jmrpoBe. Henry Joimeson, who owns considerable land in thé vicinity of ^e proposed site appeared before the board ioBt. evening_and fi>r-. ther dlBciiBsed the purehaser With the ezceiition o^ Instructing a. .11. Hahapftl. ' city entbieer, -to make a survey of the land to ascerttUh its exact $l»(s. No/offici al action was taken lost night. During the discussion. Information was brought  to the council by H. Danlelflr-street superintendent. th&t approxlmVitely thirty large truokioads of refuse were dumped each »week, with the amount Increasing.  It was also brought out i as a possible solution of the dumping grounds problem that the city might be able to make arrangements with. Küster ft Waterbury to use theli« large gravel pits on East Sixth street, a shorter dls--tettce—from ■ tho. city than_tha  boosters, and that orgai tion is jpwwiiig by leaps and bounds, has to face is the' Corona dogs. Somehow or an-" Other it seeing the dogs have not become imbued with the spirit of beautifioation and seem to think that freshly made lawns and flower beds are made expressly for jplay-grouhd purposes. Many complaints are coming in concerning new lawns destroys-ed and ftt^er harm done by dogs. Many of the canines are licensed 'residents, but are permitted by Ibeir own-en to roam about at nigh1( and <dig~^ewi they might. Others are homeless, owner-lepC^lrtiil«" who are likewise imbued with the de-, stmction habit. Property owners are-up^ia-anhs and are complaining to the police. The niatter is a problem that must be sdved in sime sensib'K manner, wheth'« er dop know it or not, or care 5 they do.  Magnollîr:"avëHïie site, for a dumping grounds, with the com-papy «çyerlnç tlie refuse as it Is .placed In thé large vit. The .ma,tur_ will be diseussed furthec at the next council sess^ni  Other .matters cooling Ëëfôri the' council lost nlgh% waA £he rei^^ 'Ú. 'Btfj;J{ley to  removè Ave pepper trees from the T pig^BSrDf~lrlB-T)Toperty-on—Kftl-logg. street, near Iiemon. The re-qàest was referred to tho clty^ coitlmlttêb of Councibnen Snide-córand Hardlsty. „ The Banning chamber i»f commerce wrote the counclimen a fervent Invitation tolvlslt Uielr community In the fltoând-blOssom tfiñe, which they átate ,wlll be at lU best between February 20 and March 1. The coi^ncll did not state officially ti'hother. they would attend this bit^om-festlval or not. <» It TfOB stated' before the níeeí-til¿ last vvening that Harry M. Rquse, contractor, had complete(l thé rebulfdlng of the Eleventh street ornamental lighting system aiid that the residents of that ■district were pleased with re-Suits. It. Is i-epoiPted that, the task ot rebuilding the system was much greater than the contra(itp^ had figured it>wáuld be. -''. .i .Permission was given through Hv O. Daniels, street superlnterfd* éfit, to the Corona beautlflcatlçti organization' to permit the plojîtr Ing of a hedge along the side wálk near> Santa Fe depot, lisian' extms^D^ tq the small pifrk  GDV.YDlfi  Of political Interest is the statement made in the Rlvefbide Press of yesterday concerning T. C. Jameson of Corona who has come out "flat-footisd" for Governor Young. The article states:  ■CT n Tnmaiinn nf rinrntin ' chnlr-  man of the board of supervisors, today authorized the Press to announce that .he will 'support Qovernor C. C. Young for reelec-Mr; 'Jameson said:.  "You are at liberty to say that T niS~WrTG^vefnof Yoang^ W eeed himself and I projuose to work actlyely for his nomination at the August prlthary. I coh-al d er-thnlTyhe-haa-made-a n-exeel lent rec^d as governor and he has been eminently fair to Southern California and Just.to Riverside county. My estimate Is that he -will .carry Riverside county by substant^l majority." Mr. Jameson ia admittedly one of the strongest men" in -^the county and his iudgment on political mjiUers. la highly reapected. Thru his' position as chairman of the board of .supervisors he has had excellent opportuhitles to form a correctv^timate of Governor Young's admlhlstratlon and his decision to support him Is sigr niflcant and important.  cer^n. :Mucb 'dls^uaslbrr was.',given over .to .this pïqlect- by ^^^^^ ell, . All members of tHe oouncl'l were present • loot evening with the exception at Counctlman Cop^ len.  lliiiiSE  Coroiia' Men Pat Through "Course of Sprouts" in Leadership Work '  Several Corona lii;^aine8s^ and proCesslqpal ' men, among the thirty engaged In training and  as Boy  leaders" and helpers In Scouts work for this community, felt the edict of the Boy Scout law last night In the second session of the course. .The "spanking machine" was put Into service and a^ least two or three men were reminded of the trips they once took to the woodshed. The meeting iast night was filled with zip, pep and go, according to air rëpôî^v ToWght, another lesson In Scout work will be given and the .invitation- is out for every man in Corona; interested on boys' work to be present at the junior high school.  Next week on Monday, Tues-day and Weiilnesdity-^B4«h4»r-tb» jourse will continue and it is expected that a still larger enrollment of Corona men will be present. The work Is progressing In a most satisfactory manner.  AppIiM jEy>r ^bation R. J, Clemente, pleading guilty before Judge O. K. Morton at Riverside in' superior court to driving while Intoxicated, applied for probation. Report of Probation Officer C. W. Mathews waS t'enruary  requested for tVbruary 17 TiF the court ,at' which tlnie sentence will be pronounced.  m  BSIiyBUE  FOLICf CDUilT IN SESSiilSLiJ  Judge McNèU held his r^egular Wednesday morning session of cjty police court today .with but very.Jew visitors and a less nuip-her of spectators. W. T. Saw-chez of Riverside apologised to thc-jgurt for imlsslng a boulevard  BLYTHE, Feb. 11.—Whether a naming, airplane or a meteor fell on the north side of the wild Maria mountains last night waa tlie question t^at set ihls section agog today. A Los Att-geles party,^ camped near t hee moutitalnsH^XWeiuy^tSUes,^, of here, this morning reported what they believed was a plane falling In flames. Members of the porty returned to search the region which is very mountainous and' uninhabited. Veter^ an prospectors here suggested that ,it might have been a falling meteor which probably dissolved Into sras. Residents of the Blythe Junction, forty miles north of here, have been nt>ti-fl^d. Two unideptlfled planes hovered over this city late yesterday, then turned north. Reports from both Los Angeles and Phoenix sUte. the no' planes are rejiorted missing.  T  {Woman's Improvément Club Sponsors Corona Plans Por Sa-tipnal Week  ■"Looking forward to "Belter Hom^' Week," a national movement which ^111 be observed this year from April 27 to May sVihe H^.pnian'B Improvement club is''planning to see that Corona does her part to,ward the success' of the movement. The following comnvittees from the or-^,i|ganlzatlfln -haye been appointed to care for campaign - in this community. The movement is closely allied with Ihe city beau-tification work which is going forward with much enthusiasm in Corona * and the two Ì groUpS will work together for the bet-tefment'Of lire entire clly. Tlie committees named by the Wo-¡«if^n's Improvement club are: Window displays' In business  Ufo ftner tribute can paid tp any man than'to sìay he wAg { houses: Mrs. Elmo Hough, Mra a friend of mttn^ whp tooK advant^ oi ti^ opportnaitii^^ Hoover, Mia. Robert KoilePr  Mmer .to dl^of us to-makè^  to speak a d^eéry 'wjrâ,  foe jthé--Other JeUow a_trillc |jÍÉs.-- Frank X Mn^ey,^ Mrs. others less inclined-to doijames, Emerson, Mrs.. B. W._Bar-  good, remain sUent; to give that|^friendly'pat onÀouldjer j 'tlhe ^an d Mrs. -Luther Patton. ^f (means so much'to thè fd^tif who thuiks 'he is dòw:n and roosters for thè chamber of com-maybè out. Such a man, Abraham|Linbolni tìved man windows, Mrs. Geoige  ibut his kindly ways, his helpful ìÀ^enee, his-«xample^^^^^^ for the schools, Mrs.  and fortitude,-grows stronger inMHie hearts of his-Atflii^^^ «eorg'é Stanley, Miss Lowery and pie as the years roll by. To réspMt and honor hir^Ìé^s is notTM iss iriiesdell. citizenship, enough; to follow his .<<|mple^ithe duty of allV It should stressing law enforcement: For be a duty accepW with gratefflWpìs, for it makes of u^ all better! the high school, Mrs. L". L. -An-  ^^ ' ' jdrews, and Mrs. H. L.- C. WHIt-  comb; for the junior high, M-s. J. W." Stlmson, and for the fpr-  wiil show the greatest im- ■ piwement from now until fall. It is a caSe of "before and after takiijg." ^Liberal prizes will b6 for the  greatest improvemWtycarried out in the ' siunmer. Next fall, similar motion-pictures will be taken of-rthe exact-locations and the two films will be judged. There is no expense of this to the homeowner, and more are urged . to get into this contest, ftiuisk'action-is MM^ :  the pictures must be taken in the pext'few days, yestet-. day, ¿te home-owners added their i^es to the list of contestiints, through Mrs. F. J. MueUer; and more are  Colorful Spèctacle toi'.Are'et': ors as "Land of Kaìw  SAM BERNARDINO; The stage ,is set^^lii scenery- Is 1 n >placei anfli more than twenty-four, hoùrs: curtain . will be diaWn. ott', Bernardino's twentieth  natio  orange shqw. t  While workmen and show^ ecutlve»l)asr'nigiit  ïtfpd- to'd:?;: likeirîi^ once. '  at  BLÖOO TESIS  oitisens:  ttiKrats  lyiby>tlfpíclty and railway "con-'"sßp and paid the customary 13  ^.p^lariñvitatloix. htis -been te= etved in Corona from the women o^S ttie Bbell olUb of Pomona, aaking our people to attend the. Wlllant alTalr in that city on Thursday eVedingi J^ebruary 13, the Kreutber^fQeorgi danj^ win in their stellar  .^bilhamoific-eourse......Yesterday.  ^(^onana ' received -^telegrama fc^hi Phoenix; ykriiona, stating t these' QerVian dancers prosram thitro ^as aStpn^  Ltliit'In  R, B. Sórta of Pomona, also contributed a similar, Sum for. a Uke charge. "P. M. Braiid of Los Angeles charged with traveling at forty mlies per hour in a twenty» zone, had not put. in his appearance when court adjourned; W..jP. English of Los Angeles paid $8 for mJaslng the boulevard atop at Sixth and Main streets.  Chriatiaii Science Leptore  ' Radio listeners in thla. vicinity may hear an: authorized Christian Seience ' lBotUre over- MFl _Frhiay noon FebruaVy 14 ftom 12.10 to 12:50 when Judge Samuel W. Qre^ne G. S. B.. 'oi Cljlcago" leor, turep toi' Third Church of Christ Sciehtlst. lios Angeliii. Jùdgà Greene la a member, of the board of lectureship of the Mothei Church, the First Church rf  Christ, Scientist, in Boston.  --Judge G. R.'Freeman_In superi ior ^urt yesterday heard test!  SUPERVISO iS T MEEf^Wl  Noted Plyer Hay Tn^fer Camp for Experiments in This "Section  SAN.. BBRNARjDlNO, Feb. 11. —Col. Charles A. Lindbergh, ^ha has temporarily deserte^ his roaring plane tor -a' mcftorieM glider, may transfer his experiments to a camp to be established on the desert slopes of the San Bernardino mountains, north of Lake Arrowhead. - Accompanied by his wife, Anrie, herself a glider e^husiast... and Mr. and Mrs. Jacic L. Sfaddux his Southern CUfornla hosts. Colonel Lindbergh spent the weekend at the Maddux cabin in the Arrowhead A^oods and. it is known, made a trip north along the all-year road, overlooking the Mojave desert. He returnetl to Los Angeles late yesterday, probably to arrange for,.rthe setting up a camp.  But Lindbergh sal^ nothing of his plans, at least to newspapermen. Correspondents who were with- Lindbergh at his camp on the /Ridge route s which was abandoned 'last' wW declared  •Big' Ship Creates Much Excite-1 mg: Miss Mary~Brown "and "Mfp ment In County Capitol Yes- B, e. .knauer. Library: Mii terday- jHamptop. Garden visitation:  Rlversiders were all agog yes^Sarden section" of the. W. L .C. terday, ; according to the^ follow- P--T. A. co-operation: Mrs. Mc:; Tng^newS-story i^i the ÉnterprlsfriP^^ ,  thlB -morning whlch_ says -thatl i The*^ i^iieral head of the Vor.k Henry "rdrd's ajrplane factótleé j ln CoronCli' M B,»r,Ili>ot,-  RIViBRSIDB; Feb. 12 —Special meeting of the Riverside, county board ot supervisors' will; be held Thursday when arguments re-gar(l(ng ~the Romoland:' waterworks district .will be concluded. Matter of hdditlonal fUnds from the sale of the bonds is holding up action, the board insisting that; the -additional money -be forthcoming, i  LISTmWi LEGION REOUE^S  Members of the American Legion 'Post ot Corona are .broad> Loastii)Knhe.,r«queAt to all .friends ot^ the "^sefvioe men to listen in to^kht over.icsiCA, Los Angelea,; and enjoy the ceremoplals ot-1))« •Ainkerioan'.Lekton ' «lathering at  that ^he flyer is anxious to make a serlei^ of glider tests at higher altitudes, where the- wind currents are strongei'. ¡From, the all year roadv the nvlnd sweeps in off the desert providing excellent conditions for glider flights. Nar row landing fields mean nothing in the llfd.of thV glider pilot, the motorlesa plane requiring 'less than twelve feet: of level ground forTlahdlngs.  From ^h? Maddux .odbin, Llnd bergb.: ahd his" hopt ! inspected number of prospective fields from -Vhlcfc-|[ttdeta=-could - bo^urled out ' over the desert, perkiltting lohiK'flight*' '  fthwni^ Chutoh May Ask bidi-  i^A Hen to Pulpit' - .Majmhers or Preti-  byAerlan-'church~of Riverside will be aske^-io~ endorie*^ the recom--mendationjof* ^h^ Church- officials In exieitdinir a Janies  iwSf  mtmm  1 eogn  Harry Mor-  BößEllE  ^liarter, Mr^  Junior club, hdme-making: Mrs. W, C.,, Sawyer. Alley ways\ and ¿'cant lotsf in "strict co-operwlon with the beautifioation comflgiit?. ileer Mrs.--Wlllard—Lincoln, H, W. ; Hall; and Mrs. L. A^ Wright, phurcfi progi-ams: Mrs. Charles Evans and Mrs. Ray -Willing Smith. Assembly sing-  rGOWfCllSE  i  RIVERSIDE, Feb. Believ  ed to be the first case of its kind in the Riverside county courts Joseph Seyniburr attorney has asked ' the superior court for an order to perinit a blood test to determine the paternity of a child involved in a sUlt Instituted by the, mother for support i from  ■r-niila-Jtvpr nf TUvorBlrip Int-.  tei/i»lead not guilty to the charga of failure to provide and the case  was continued to February 2S The attorney told^ ,the .cctttr^ yea|^: terday he wants. samples of blood aof.. both the child and the aIIegedTfiftirer.-for:ite8ttns riot prepared to-say '^hellieY the mother mttat consent to"> the examination nor as to whether she -is-wiUliig_tQ._aiibmit_the <iBRd  blood under the microscope.  Seymour declared that Buyer refuses to provide for the chil'di because it is not his.; The chili now.^ is between-ifbur"' and flibe; months of age,;.'" T \  whS Is also district chairman for the federotlon of the depart-  . I Omtora Will: Meet  . Atrangoments have been made for the holding ot the county prohibition oratorical contest on March_ 14 at the high school In Beaumont.  "Will supply the ^ paasenger-carry-Ing air lines of the country  with huge thirty-five passenger | ment of the American Home.' monoplanes by mid-summer, it was : announced here la^t night hy W; Br 'Mayo, chief engineer of the Ford Company, whose plane; bearing besides himself, - a party of three others and the pilot, was.'forced dp^ at March, Field late yesterday by a heavy fog bank. :  Mayo and his party spent th® night at the Mission Inn, and will probably continué on to the Metropolitan airpprt in Glendale early today. They yesterday fl^w from Midland, Texas, to the : field here. . i They" tobk a leisurely course until yesterday's lohg.hop. „<  "Beyond the ac|ual announcement; of the intended Intrductlon big "whip; Mayo woujd,^ not ' amplifjc, the report - to—give details. He- said the company, is'Undecided whether the plane will ; be trl-motored like the present Ford ships : which ..are ^, (Continued ^ on Last Pag^l  eOi StflOTS SEEK MISSINC MOTHER  • BRBA, Feb; ll.^-Members oC Othe' American Legion and ^ the ..Brea 'Boy Scouts organizations -haVe. joined with the police of Brea 'today in an effort to locate Mrs. A.,D. Huntley, twenty -years-of^agei and her Qn&moiith^  reached' the point where^ix^f'tliey;' could slt baeft' nnd-handiwork, : they', "wcj^i^^'nlB that sta^e.i-,Wflvl^.,waB-^v|tó finished on the'àixjtéen col featureexhlbits'^hJi^rCarSti selves, in the setUnjgi^of^tte  Filial touches wpi;e tivy^s^.j^ ed on thè 'main atagé. vgreail^^ larged for ' thlb twentielhiighoi and on -the seven iamalle»i};!l! ' extending around the earn . west wa"llB of the. structutfc'.|gj| change here and ■ there swaaalli^eir maxlB In the 'Mand'-of-in|ÌÈ^ lieve" ^lecol-ative everything'' was ^  as work was pu8lw^'aÌ(it^ for the show Dpe|iiiiil;|£oatO| Back In the  ment other workmeniwerV" Ing the work: of ; arraii the hunOreds'jof» comSSitì. hibits which ' wlll'^ feaiiir division. All regular-the indultrlal dlyiàionjsw^  d ay attempts were hSl ng|, ^. ^^^ find places in the entries of; two or-.Ihe^ ^ ed applicant»/ii Soim  industflal-'ejihlbifc turned iidowmbecailtevip  day, and ^ enlarging;jjpE  partment probably will bo t the first matters taken^tip^ executive „committee '-'-whëii  1930 show"l8-^pver.~i  The uptown; angp; shotv^w.er^ Sil exposition, the staff .'expandí ^ sons. A.'^Ctelepho haa^ been-'-^nstaHr  iSld^ babe; missing since , yesterda noo^ Mrs. Huntley, a guest a,i t^e home of relatiyesi -took her child and started for à wali with the;, rémark that ;ithô - siiijsbhio would do them" both good..  She took no extra dotli^ and, had no ¡tngney,. |»er husband ré-ports. ÎFew^^ felt that she nlight have .ibéen'^^a ,vlçtlMi of de-^; iàpohdettçy and ■ : "iu'ÉÎd^ . »over ffaitocesr'^^^  cent arrivala in. Brea fçom,' -1 anB Mr. Huntley ^asjbçen ^stUh«-, An ^^rk. SearCher^Uie co^^ estate valued at 1107,500, inclitd- "  yOUTHS TO IWiO  Mr. and Mrs. N. C.'GreeV of this city, announce' the approach-, ing m'arriage of their daughter, M^ss. Meda. Viola Green, and Harrv old Morton, son of Mt. and MrSt George Morton Sr.-, ot Elslnorei The wedding will take place5In the spacious Morton home, in^'El'» slnore .-on., March 1, and -'thgi young couple will leave Immediately for a honeymoon. trip io the Grand Canyon .and other Arizona points. Miss Green well known In Corona and has, scores of friends here; Mr.-Mor-. ton Is likewise well-known s;and -well-liked 'as a tormer , junloi, coUege student >;and . at present assqclòtèd "Wltfi 'his j father at-El-slnore, where thb young couplei will. make; their - home..^  office, ptjBViainr to most part part« of, thfe ~ Thousands and^ - a^ili bxe ot oranges, lemohs'Saj fiult have been broug^it shojw^ grounds idurlpg'"*'' two da:fs, and moSfcj^o has'',heCa applied 'oiif''  aipg© »IstVlbTjtora^ 'J^he'Itt^gMt  ^ly assuming shape'iand^»'»  SANTA ANA GIRL NRERITS MONEÏ  ing the $100;000 De ::<LDn|^i:« Colirt, at pHollywoQdi waai'left £o Mlsa Mabei' E._Culv(gr, twenty-^ioiir- yearss of age; oC Tthlàipoify; '{^pted ^ daughter of, 't^o ^ late Mrs"; , Agnes E.' Carroll, it' was^ dUclosedj yesterday Wheh^iMrsi CatroS's-^Th was filéd^'ÌM^'^pròV bate in superior court.,:. The,girl thus became heiress'.to-i the t for* tu^W tho' late Fred -M. clilver  iht the hills for tij woman and child,  of the  GROSSING TWeiE  Much;^|smage^iwaa^Dn0~to both 'eaaiji: which' fígUr'ed 'ln ^ colila-Eighth and' Main streets fttternoon,,. at,-. _ three .•laccordlng'to^ the ■repôrf| ffilé.; ili.. ttie« police station.. Thei ian'. oîjnéd'- kríá' jBvTO" Fy M| illsie Sherwood, .SÍB^Beile îBtreet,i va8\^rippéd: '^ôV^lti' fèndere ahí unning board ■on;'t¿é left aldi?:  -, UPL/UíD, Feb. ,12.— BulBngionr for íovirteeñ\/yeftriii,ia  ir " U.....ÌCÌL  of'the total of have, heen-^^ppliedr'-ac W. H Blodgct, field mat  ■'IWThlle' the doors will open at',t'én "the éxposttioìlj .under <waj; until that^at tContinué'd'oà'^.I^'^ '  while tho delivery car of B^ K. radio,.shop driven^by ïiarvini •Çhomis"  Norco had ^.-frônt ,ti«ht,-yl^TOl smaslìed, aì»a numeif^ua mother eVi-  SXtCliAcnSTD;^  aembiynlaii' Cheste^jli^? today "for''San .FVaur ho was ' cailed-^to^'.^n^ tlie priaoa laboiv co the State ^bjii'lAtngs^ ^ will bV  day and evei^pe: i»t '  ' V Vf .-J  on a- chance ^Ot ap sent^ their -vllwavr" ing; expected vowin  throufchput' th^"''at« misaioii'«waa  nW; keie  vOflSI®  mw  i-f f -I   

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