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   Appeal-Democrat (Newspaper) - October 2, 1958, Marysville, California                               Milwaukee Braves Win Second Series Game By Score Of 13 To 5 j "Whan a man hath no freedom to fight for at home, Let him combat for that of his neighbors; Let him think of the glories of Greece arid of Rome And be knock'd on the head for his labors." Byron Vol. 65-No, 80-99th Year Marysville-Yuba City, California WEATHER Sacramento Valley: Fair through Friday, High both days 93-100. Low tonight 57-68. Local temperatures: High yesterday 98, low today 57, Thursday, October 2, 1958 TWENTY-FOUR PACES YOUR FREEDOM NEWSPAPER Phon. SH 2-6491 Prlc.: Monthly-SinBl. Copy let Bombers Forces (Chile Bush Photo) CRASH VICTIM Clayton Gorald iNcjnns, 87, Yiihu City IIITII rancher, died last nlijlit In (i hljrlmiiy crash near hncni- nicntn. Uo IH a wife and tun (liuightori, Clayton Gerald Neycns, 37, a Yuba City n i e a uinchei was, killed yestetday nltcinoon In a ciash of his pickup tuiek and a truck and trailer on HI Centio BKd near San Juan Rd Neyons, who lived on Tow nship Rd. was associated with his brother-in-law, Willinm Yunk, m the General Pcti oleum Corp, and in fanning in Sutler County. They reportedly wore hnt vesting rice yestoidtiy when a piece of farm machinery bioke down. Neyons, was headed for Sacra- mento to get a replacement part when tho accident occurred. Funeral Saturday His survivals include his wife, Opal, who works for tho Depart- ment of Motor Vehicles in Marys- ville, and two daughter. Funcr- el services for him will be con- ducted Saturday m Yubn City. Duver of the other vehicle In- volved in the 4 20 p m. ciash was TAIPEI, Formosa, Oct. 2 altitude B-5 American jet bombers have arrived in Formosa to bolsle U.S. striking power in the war-threatened Formosa Strai it was disclosed today. United Press International Correspondent Charle Smith reported the arrival of the bombers irom an air has somewhere in Formosa. The B-57s, able to strike a almost any important mili tary taiget in China, greatlj strengthen the U.S. air arm in the Formosa area, now de pendent largely on the U.S Till Fleet and its 500 or more planes. The United Stales dlso was fly ing in 10 or moie C-119 Flymi cargo plnnes from Japa, lo help bieak the Communis sticinglohold on the Quemoy Is kinds Foar Anollwr Mimleli But the arrival of additiona American md fulled to dispel Na tioiulkt fears of "another Mu n it'll" involving tho evacuation o: of iVUitsu islands, The authoritative Matins Anstc Espionsn, 23, North B St., Saciamento. of Patiolmcn said Neyen1! was southbound on El Ccntro. Prelim- inary investigation indicated that his vehicle had blown a left front tire, enusing it to careen out of control. The pickup collided almost broadbide against tho front of the heavy truck and was torn apart, officers said. Sacrnnionfo Native Bom 'n Sacramento, he spent much v his childhood in Otoville. His family moved to the O'Bnmon Corners of Sut'er County and he graduated from Franklin Elemen- tary School nnd then from Yuba City Union High School with the class of 1939. tie had earlier been engaged in farming in tho Yuba City and Wheutland areas and operated service stations in Berkeley and VKalla. He was a member of the Yuba Lions Club. Survlvws include his wife, two daughters, Clovls Ann and Ro- berta, his mother, Mrs. Viola C. Neyons, and a sister, Mis Dordthy Yank, all of Yuba City; and three brothers, Kcrmlt Neycns of Yuba City, Russell Ncyt ns of Wheatland and Elmer Neyeni ot the Quemoj China Bail., News oigim cJ the lulmg Kuo- mmtang (Nationalist 10 (Iccled haidenlng opposition to ie diicing the sue ot the Nationals garriton ai suggested in Washing ton "Some countiics without asking who is> right or who is wiong sug gcsted that we should withdraw iiome of our fotccs on Quemoy ns a condition for a Communist cease fire instead of punishing the ag- it said "If such a thing really penod is it not a lopetltion, of Munich'" Criticizes Dulles The commentaiy obviously ie tetipd to Scci clary of Stale John Foster Dulles' icmaiks that a Foimosa Stialt cease-fire ihoulc include a reduction of the mun Nationalist garnson on the offshore islands. Piesident Chiang Kai-shek was quoted Wednesday as saying Dul- les must know that asking the Communists for a cease-fhe was only wishful thinking and thai Dulles' latest views appeared to contiadict his earlier stand. "Any attempt by a third party as a good officer to prejudice the rights of the goveinment of the Republic of China will absolutely not be accepted or the China Dally News said. Medical Clinic Buys Property Near Hospital The sale of three parcels of property in the vicinity Ihe new hospital under construction in Yuba City wai announced to- day by Walter E. Ekhardt, Marysville Realtor. Two parcels were purchased by the Marysville Medical Clinic partnership. Included wore a duplex at 901-901% P umas M, purchased from J. C. HolleroUh for and an adjacent vacant lot at the northeast corner of Piumas and Altunis St., purchased from I. Jones for Dr. James L. Richardson, pathologist, was the purchaser of a duplex at 922-92'! Almond St. form J.C. Holiereith. Tho sales price ol this parcel wus Frod J, Curash, an associate of the. Walter P.. Ekharclt orga- represented tho buyers nnd sellers in all tiansactiori No immediate plans for the develop- ment of these properties have Trail Of Blood Leads To Capture SAN MATED (UPI) -City po- lice and San Mateo County sher- iff's deputies followed a trail of blobd early today to capture a 17- year-old escapee from lllllcrest Juvenile Home. Tho youth escaped Wednesday night by jumping through a plate glass window in the visiting room us his parents talked to him, lie suffered severe cuts on tho aims and hands. Police followed bloodstains for "six or seven" miles through the area until they found him asleep in the basement of a tract development home. City Stops Plan For New Store The off-stioot policing plan fo the city of Marysville has pos poncd indefinitely or possibly kil eel entirply a commercial develop mentproject at the southeast cor nor of Fourth and C Sts. The suspended project was th construction ot a new haidwar sloie to house Buichcll Haidwar Co., now located at 225 D St Maiysville. i Kenneth Dempsey, manager o Butchell's confirmed today tha the plans for the project had t be called oft when a loi mal lette was received fiom Autmg Clt; Clerk Eugene o: city council instruction notify mg the property owners that tli land would be (bought or con demned by tho Parking district, (Under California condemna :ion laws, property owners hav  was done in a brief, special looting at 5 30 p.m. yesterday, The resolution contends the dditional current funds are ceded to finance an "improved rogram of "to main- :am and repair existing build- ngs and equipment" and to con- mue the schopl transportation nd other services." The tax is sought for an m- efimte period, It would raise the asic tax rate from the present 5 cents to ?125 per flOO as- jssed valualion. This year's rate 'as 80 cents including 5 cents or employe retirement so if he additional amount had been Prison Grounds Combed SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 2 (UPI guards blocked th Island prison into zones today i an unremitting search for Aaro Burgetl, 28-year-old convict miss ing ,since Monday. "There's still no sign of him bu we're not going to give sai aquin and Stanislaus counties ley directed secretary Joash _ aul, Turlock, and Paul la Vine, Stanislaus agricultural extension service representative, to name a committee of 10 growers to con- duct the investigation The also discussed cur- rent wine grape prices with Rep John McFall (D-Cahf) and Assem- blyman Ralph Brown' (D-Modpsto) They agreed to meet later with McFall and federal Justice De- partment representatives to pre- sent evidence of alleged collusion on the part of wineries this sea- Zonkey Reported BLOEMFONTEIN, South Africa A farm in the Winburg area of the Ftee State has come up with a ronkey a cross be- tween a zebra and a donkey. Lew On The Mound As Braves Win MILWAUKEE, Oct. 2 Milwaukee Braves blasted the New York Yankees with a seven-run first in- ning today and went on to boat the American League champions 13-5 for a 2-0 lead in the World most humiliating defeat the Yankees ever have suffered in series play. Nothing mattered after that first-inning slaughter, for Lew Burdette coasted to a seven-hit triumph, his fourth nvt r mv, J L. uLiuiiiiJii, Illo JLUUriTl consecutive victory over the once-proud and mighty Yankees. He had beaten then three times in 1 a s t year's series Burdette weakened in the ninth when the Yankees scored three runs on homers by Hank Bauer and Mickej Mantle but it didn't matter. The-'VankGes diet have thi satisfaction of breaking th string of 24 and 1-3 scoreless in nlngs Which Burdette had com piled against them. They did the very first inning, thanks to an error by Eddie Mathews. Bu Jiat one run they scored didn' ast long. For Billy Bruton, the first man up for the Braves, hit a home run off Yankee starter Bob Tur- ley and the Braves were off. They didn't stop until they had 'knock- ed Turley, and his first relief jitcher, Duke Maas, out of the )ox, Burdetle himself contribut- ng to the carnage with a three- run homer. Nothing mattered after that as he Braves went on to rap five Yankee pitchers for a total o( 15 nls and sent them off lo New York, where the third game of the series will be played Saturday, vith a commanding edge. Bruton showed his hit which won Wednesday's opening game was 10 one-shot wonder when he slrok- d a 3-2 pitch from Turley into the iRM field bleachers, MILWAUKEE piay.by.nlav encoilpUon or the 1956 Woild Scries foi- IWB ll.iuci- took n colled ulrllto and then nxlod to center. It Iho 16lh con- uciitlvc series Kijmo In which Bauer IIQI It snfcly, extending his series record. MeDouKiUd lilt n Blow nroiinct ball which i.Uimvs fielded, Irat throw wildly to tint, nuer to thlid nml McDmiaald to cconU when (ho throw oludcd Torre Mantle was muposcly imsncd, filling the Plivnro starting worming up In the laves' bullpen. Howard mounded Into n fenced nlnv, clmcmllontl to Loann, forcing Mnntlo ni GOOIHJ, Bnuor scaling and MclJomjnld ning to third. It broka Burdollc'8 ntilni! of 24W In- nits of ncorcloim World Series pitching, Uoii.i hit Into n double pity, Seliocndi- I'll to Lognn to Tone Ono iun, one lilt, onu mm, one loft. llrnvcs I'lrnl Burton ion the count to 3 nml 2 nnd (Cent, on Pago 16, Col. 7) LEW BURDETTE continued his jinx over the New York Yankees despite two-home runs by Mickey Mantle, M the Braves copped the second game of tho 195S World Sorlen JS-5 aver the Bronx Be- Hides hurling the entire nine Innings, Burdette belted three run homer in the bottom of tho first to spark a scvon run rally. Strike Costs Totaled DE1ROIT, Oct. 2 United Auto Workers went on strike against General Motors today at plants in 71 cities throughout the nation, when the company and tho UAW failed to reach- agree- ment on a new contract at the 10 a.m. strike deadline. At the same lime, In Detroit, Chrysler union office workers went on strike In protest against being left out of the readier Wednesday between tho UAW Mid Chrysler Jt-totiil of office workers a< five Chrysler plants in Detroit and Mnryiivllle, Mich., walked out and picket were thrown up at some of them. The agreement reached at Chrysler covered all union workers except cnclnepriiiK office personnel. A contract for them was left for later settle- ment. A half hour after the strike deadline, GM announced that a survey showed 126 plants in 71 cities across the nation were shut down by the strike. Thai, said GM, comprised "virtually all'" of its operations. Tjie striking GM employes in. eluded members of the In- ternational Union of Electrical Workers, which also failed to reach an agreement before the deadline. Strike Plani Prepared GM and UAW negotiators spent a total of hours over the bargaining table during the past 24 hours in an unsuccessful at- tempt to reach an agreement on a national contract before tha deadline. Some of strikers left Iheir jobs early, failing to report for (Cant, on Page 16, Col. I) Atomic Tests In Nevada Put Off LAS VEGAS (UPI) third atomic test in the current series n the Southern Nevada desert, cheduled1 for Friday, wa? posi- tioned today for rea- ons by the Atomic Energy Com- nission The AEC did not announce a ew date for the third test. Lifting The Iron Curtain-VII- Police questioned Miss Scls and iclcascd her. Officers said no charges would be picfeirod A police spokesman conceded "It is sometimes difficult to get tourists to move out ol the way." son Some groweis reported they were persuaded to sell grapes (to wlnoiies on open contracts with a stipulolion they would receive no less than last year Instead, they said, they received checks which wera about per ton lower. Texas Legislator Finds Russia Lacking In Modern Convenien (Stale Sen. Hubert R. Hudson of Brownsville, Tex. iccontly spent a month behind the Iron Curtain in Riiuula and the sutol- in one ot a series ol columns prepared by Him exclu- sively for Freedom Newspapers. By HUBERT B. HUDSON Shut your eyes for a moment and imagine our country without the automobile industry, refrigcr- vacuum cleaners, cosmet- ics, air conditioning, appliances of ill kinds; few good roads except between major cities this is the Soviet Union today! The autpmobile industry in Rus- sia is practically There are a few cars for tha So- viet-elite, scientists, managers of factories and visiting foreigners. The avenues in the major cities ara much wider than ours and beautifully constructed but there are very few cars in the cities and fewer on the open road. No aver- age citizen (I mean by that ovet 90 percent of the adult population) owns an automobile, Professor Doubtful' A rather frightening incident along this line that illustrates the potency of Soviet propaganda oc- curred when I was visiting one of Ihe leading There, a professor of English, who is one ol tho elite of the Soviet system, ask- ed me about working conditions in America. After lunch, when I had finished describing our living con- ditions, he turned to me and said in a low voice, "Please tell me an American work- er really own an I replied, "Yes, most of them have a car and 9 v e r 40 percent ot American families own He lockeo at mo with a grin on his face and replied, "Please, give me the true facts. Tell me what your workers have, not what you plan to have. Our government also has many projects for the future." I could tell he did not believe me. Crowded Hornet I was leaving the next day for the Black Sea and the professor said he and his wife were going on vacation but had to wait an- other two weeks because he had been promised an additional room in his apartment house and he wanted to make sure he got it as he, his wife, and mother-in-law had lived in one room for the last tlve years! I was quite surprised by this, but one Russian friend's comment on the profes- sors remark was: "He is lucky that he does not have ALL of his relatives living with him." Housing is an acute shortage (Cotit. Past 4, Col, 4) East-West Conference Continues WARSAW (UPI) Communist and western sources agreed today Inat policy statements on the For- mosa Strait dispute by President Eisenhower and Secretary ot State John Foster Dulles had failed to open the way to a quick solution ot the crisis. They conceded, however, that a new element had been introduced into (lie Formosa talks here be- tween the U. S and Chinese Com. wunlst ambassadors. The policy statements in Wash- Ington attracted widespread atten- tion, but neither side was willing lo comment olficially, Dulles said he favored reduction of the Chinese Nationalist garrison on Quemoy if the CommunlUs slopped shelling the offshore is- land. President Elsenhower backed up Dulles. But he said the U. S. would not retreat before Communist force In the Formosa Strait, Western diplomatic sources lelt the statements made in Washing, ton, particularly Dulles', had intro. duced considerable new flexibility in the U. S. position. They said an a result Die talks may move slowly away from stale. mate and continue, as Dulles phrased, it, "almost indefinitely." Some western sources consider? d the Eisenhower slatement a wa- tering doVvn of Dulles suggestions, which came close to admitting tha possibility ot neutralizing the off. short Islands. NEWSPAPER!   

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