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Corona Daily Independent (Newspaper) - June 14, 1965, Corona, California J monday june 14. 1965 Thi Paziy and he indent. Corona. Calf. Pilot of a Huntington Beach student Pilot is in Good condition at Circle City Hospital today recovering from injuries suffered saturday when he rammed his rented plane into the Side of a Mountain South Quot of Corona. The Pilot Louis s Brown was pulled front the Binming plane Iby it veto forestry men Joesph Dan ii and Tom Hughes Lith film the Corona forestry station. The two were travelling a narrow fire Trail about a mile up Eagle Canyon when the plane sailed Over their Heads and crashed into the Moil Taui. Quot the plane and surrounding shrubbery irn mediately burst into flame Quot Donovan said. He said Brown was pinned in the i aircraft and probably we add have Hume to death if he wild his companion had not been in the immediate area. Brown had a miraculous escape receiving Only a broken Anki e and numerous cuts and bruises Over his body. The Polarie was demolished. He Wais taken Down the Mountain Iby Donovan while Hughes remained behind to control the Blaze. Donavan said the Blaze from the plane could have started a major Forest fire. The plane was rented from Aero West aviation at Corona municipal Airport Joe Nugent president of the firm said. Brown was on a return trip from Palm Springs when the crash Manshos Drifting a a y i Quot he said Brown was Quali fied to Fly alone although a student Pilot. Brown had been advised to Reti Aii to Palm Spring because the Corona Airstrip was socked in. Quot he so he had found a Hole and could make it Quot Nugent said. Quot then he ran out of information and Altitude All at . The crashed aircraft was a Piper Cherokee number n-5775 w. From the time it was built at Vero Beach fla., it seemed to be doomed. In a february Issue of Pilot Magazine a Pilot Ralph l. Reeves who flew the Craft to the West coast describes several near crashes dung that time. Reeves reported that when he Che died the aircraft out he discovered he had to have the radio rep toned. At several Fieldin he ran into bad weather and had to land on ins Tiu Hents. A Landing at Mineral Wells Texas almost resulted in a mid air Coll Sjon. Federal aviation pm stration officials today Are investigating the cause of that crash Heire. Week As Norco postmaster Norco a Donald l. Ploy of the Norco Post of Sheehy 44, father of 12, took Over As acting Norco Quot Post Aster today succeeding Earl j. Copenhaver retired. Sheehy has been an pm fice for 15 years and apply for his present position in april upon learning of Copen Haver s retirement plans. Sheehy s position will not May additional delay a 40-Yearlold Norco Man was charged with burglary sunday in connection with allegedly repeated thefts from the Thrifty drug store amounting to $137, the store s manager Walter p. Griffith called police when he suspected that Robert Henry Cooper of Norco had shop lifted something from the store. Police said they stopped Cooper in the parking lot of the store and found watches a tape recorder a hair dryer and other items in his it car. They be ii be the items were stolen from the drug store a several different occasions. Cooper who lives a at 3845 California Norco was booked on a charge of burglary due to the repeated incidents of go to pupils it Highland the american Luigi in citizenship award went to Duane Johnson and Leilany Vanhyfte at the Highland school awards Assembly. The essay award went to Janice Cairns. Jerry Adams and Pamela Webb took second and third place. Rotary citizenship awards went to Danny Post Sandra Lue Mark Wallace Ramoma Lopez Christy Morrison Steven Whitten Jack Lues and Valery Thayer. These pupils received rotary achievement awards Steven Johnson Gail Meitz Ner Diana Nuegebauer Betty reply Phillip Heaton Karl Rosenstock Kevin Huelsman Joni Youngblood Dana Burt David Nugent David Lewis Don Crane Curtis Booth and Leilani Vanhyfte. Athletic ribbon awards were Given to Curtis Booth and Don a Teri and the leadership award to Lucy Marvick. City manager Glenwood Wilson said today that unless some special agreement can be reached in the next few Days Between Coney land co., Riverside county and Corona the land company May have to wait until september to proceed with chef budding of a 169-Home Itrato. The Coney land company led plans for the tract which contains 169 Homes ranging in Price from to $14,710, with the. Corona balding dept. 11 a but land company s agreement with Tihe City stip Lutes that the land company will not build any More structures on land to be annexed to the City until the annexation is final about sept. 10. The reason for this stip Uil altion Wilson explained the that any new structures must conform to City specific Cait tons and that the building permits would be a source of City Revenue. But the land inc fled is at present county land Al though it is in the area being annexed. The land con Pliny Woi alld have to take out county permits to build there now but this is against the Compaq in s Agrie the said that the Fiiiffe-ci3ik3n,is up to the City Council. And u t h e Council does not approve the land company s plans to build the company will have to wait until the annexation becomes Finai in accordance with the original agreement. Become permanent until he receives a presidential a a tent. X Copenhaver was appointed. Postmaster oct. 30, �o956, and gris postal receipts have increased nearly 150 per cent during his term o office. The it Cice staff has creased Iby three to a total of 11 Deruig the same period. Copenhaver came to Norco a from Wyoming in 1945. He operated a hardware store in Norco for Twoy Are. Subsequently he and his wife Florence operated a real estate and insurance business until Het it came Post my Star. Quot Quot he was a City councilman in Doug Las wyo., and served for seven years As a director of the Norco Park. District being one of the original three dire wars elected. He is a past president of the Norco chamber of Commerce a charter member of the Norco a Lions club and is Active in both the american legion and veterans of world War i. He plans to reactivate his real estate broker s lick Nze in Der to be associated with Haf Meese in the Sowell a a Alty office. He and mrs. Coi it Enaver had planned an extensive trip which had to be cancelled Beca Iise of her extensive illness. She returned Home yesterday following hospitalization for a month. What left a worker Fay Thomas examines what is left of a plane that crashed near Corona sat urday. The Pilot was injured but is in Good condition today at the Circle City by stave Evans lib Fco cd study ways fits new it Toni nor a St a a proposed City budget to night in to achieve a mls Nch Between income and expend Ltd Wresl Quot. A the a Oil Ceil Kas adopted a tentative Littig go to of $125,073i, a figure a of ism rally below Tolfe anticipated Inry ii. A a a vef the tent Iby get not a pontain _ the salaries. Of City manager a a a and Cierich i he Lra and these ite Rny it be. In Cir did in the Mici Saied $7,500 City clerk operational expenses $6,825 planning and zoning $2875 building and safety $7,500 crossing guards $5,000 Street repair $50,000 and health and sanitation $1,400. The budget also contains $40,000 for police Protection if hash t been decided How polite Protection win be provided. The proposal is to contract police Protection with the county but no contract has been signed and the amount is merely an estimate. The City manager also recommends hiring a building inspector and another clerk to handle a proposed building department. He expects the in luf a in i Al in Norco special awards a Elizabeth Marquis left Dean of girls at Corona Junior High school presents the student body award to Terry Holmes Dur it ing recent promotion Day exercises. Rut Ner up was Judy Carpenter. Other awards and winners were boys award Terry Mason and Grady Stark first and Sec Ond american legion auxiliary citizenship to girls Martha Yamano first and Julie Stallings and Christine Morris tying for honorable mention auxiliary citizenship to boys Zan Marlett first and Tim Monich honorable mention. A staff Phot credit for saving Norco a Drenna Talley 16, today has credit for perhaps saving the life of a teenage girl Friend. Linda tomes 15, of nil Placid drive coi Tona. When the Norco fire de Parton it Friday afternoon answered a Quot Call for the resuscitator they found the teenager applying Mouth to Mouth resuscitation to the Lun conscious girl. Mechanical was applied for 45 minutes and the girl was taken to Corona Community. Hospital by Amu Liance we 6re so was checked and released that evening Troh Sferry to How ail a mrs. Aaron Young of 3731 has announced that her son it. David l. Young ij.s.n., has been transferred with his family to Hawaii. Young was. In Viet Nam earlier and was in Corona on a two week visit before Jeanying this weekend for Hawaii. City planner walks off of unprecedented heart surgery planning commissioner John Collins recovering at Home from an Unpi dented heart Viperi Tion May 18, says he now walks 10 blocks a Day twice a Day doctor s order. Quot that s More exercise than i Gopf when i was working Quot he said. The nine hour operation performed by Saint John s cardiac surgery team of five doctors at Saint John s Hospital in Santa Monica combined two operations that had never before been Pei Ormed together. Collins entered the Hospital May 17 with one coronary artery plugged coins lately and the other one about 70 per cent closed he said. Working with a strict time limitation imposed by the use of a heart lung machine the surgery team removed the partial pkg from the right artery and implanted a Sec a Tion of vein from one Ifeng to replace the completely Plu ged artery. The implanted vein was attached at one end to a Aorta and implanted at the other end alongside the plugged left artery. Each operatic unplugging one artery and implanting a vein to replace another has been person Ftp a before but the two operations have never before in tried together it was said. Quot two emergency up creations followed the next Day May 19. Collins went into surgery in the morning and again in the afternoon to have blood cots removed from his Chest. Collins was declared out of danger two Days later May 21, and came Home from the Hospital on june 8. Collins worked up until the Day the Hospital he. Said. He. Plans to return to his Job As assistant head it of the Supply. Department at the Nayal ordnance Laboratory in about one. Month on a part time basis and Hopes to return to his work on the planning commission by the end of july. In Tii i Iieana time he s resting at. Lis Home at 1038 West englith. Quot if walking 20 blocks a Day be called resting Quot be so lilt. An off duty policeman does not Stop being a policeman a Corona youth Learned this weekend. Corona patrolman David t. Sample was off duty attending a Little league baseball game in Norco one night late it to week when he observed a motorcycle rider Donald Trenholm 18, Riding his Cycle around the Street in front of to in Little league Ball Park in a Way that seemed possibly dangerous to the children in the spoke to Trenholm about his reckless driving but Trenholm doubted the author Gordon service set for tues. Funeral services for i s. Viola j. Gordon 81, of 923 Meo Bill will be tuesday at 2 . In the Thomas Mort vary Chapel. Rev. Donald d. Stout and Rev. Will Fouth will wifi Oia ite. Mrs. Gordon died Friday in a Riverside Hospital. She was barn dec. 12, 1883, in Denver. She married Walter b. Jones in aug., 1904. He died july 1914. While working As a private Secretary at the Laboratory of anthropology in s a n t a be n. M�x., she started work at Nambe Quot Pueblo among the indians. C a r r y i n g Oil the work mostly alone until transferred to Alamogordo n. M�x.,. She married the Rey. William j. Gordon in dec., 1941. He passed away in 19g0. During their marriage liver carried on full time missionary work among the Shoshone and piste indians in Nevada in three different a a Lages separated by 135 Miles. As a result of overwork both Rev. And mrs. Gordon retired work but continued teaching Suji Day schol. Glasses and visitation until Rev. Gordon s forced comp late re Tiu ement in 1953 when they moved to Corona. She is survived by two nieces in Denver Colo. Friends May Call at t h e Thomas mortuary alter 5 , today. A Ity of an out of a Riiff pm policeman. Semple filed a formal complaint with the Deputy District attorney the next morning charging Trenholm with reckless driving and exhibition of Speed. Norco pupils cop awards John Degano and Zetta Waisath took the american legion citizenship awards at Norco elementary school s awards Assembly. The american legion essay awards went to Betty Burk Frankie Mareno and Lylia Avila. Twenty youngsters received rotary achievement awards. They Are Maria Kasal Vickie Bra Elton Rte brie Morris Diana Needham Georg e h e Nurge Kristian Carter Danny Messner David Turley Kerry Grice a n d Cheryl Mathews. Also Lanny Pettit Roberta Plaza Alan Mills Bret Nicholson Cindy Cricket Jim Emenhiser Trae Schick Elizabeth Frankel Michael Ingra Ham and Ronald Rutherford. New department to be self supporting and to bring additional Revenue into the City. Figures show that the county has been collecting inspection fees of $1,200 to $1,400 a month and Cost of the new department would be Wal below this figaire Kalf Ataii claims. Estimated income for a City for the fiscal year and the actual amounts received during the last file months Are and Fomia. Vicle c p d a i. Of irises and forfeit rugs $5,0 0 received $1,580 this is far i below the figure estimated Iii the feasibility study made the City prior to corporation in lieu Mott v6iiitle License fees estimated $60,-000, received $45,802 state Gas tax estimated $70,780, received $37,635. I sales and service tax estimated $15,000, received $2,800 this is another item that was far below Weici rated income in the feasibility. Study dance permits estimated $500 received $326 business License fees estimated $2,500, no income during past five months. Variance zone Chang e and sub division fees estimated income $1,000, received $850 alcoholic beverage control estimated income $1,000 received $850 Utility franchises estimated $6,000, received $850 and building permits estimated $14,500, no income during past five family move to Corona City manager Glenwood Wilson moved his of Annily into a new Home at 214 Squire place in Corona saturday. His wife Margaret and two children Cynthia 10, and Glen 7, had been living in Chandler Ariz. Until the children finished school june 4. Wilson had been living in an apartment at 330 Garfield and moved into the new Home May 1. Library starts its annual summer children s program the summer Reading program for children sponsored by the Corona Public Library began today. Miss Geraldine Adams the children s librarian said. Entitled Quot the legion of Honor Quot the program will end june 30, and will be for children in grades two through six. Miss Adams said a child must Check out and report on two books before signing for the Blok Chart which is part of the program. Quot to Complete the Chart 28 books must be read and reported upon she said be added that these books Are of general interest and Are not of any one special project. She said the program is sponsored yearly by the City Library during school summer vacations. The children s librarian also announced the summer schedule for the children s department. She said there hours were 10 . To . Monday through Fredt a and from 10 . Top in. A saturday. She said the Cli amp a Dren s department of the Library would not be no the evening Suau Nek

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