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Appeal-Democrat (Newspaper) - October 6, 1958, Marysville, California Yanks Keep World Series Hopes Alive, Win 5tb Game 7-0 Full Play-By-Play On Page 2 'The deterlorallon of every gov- ernment begins with I ho decay of tho on which It wat formed." -Montesquieu Vol. 65-No. Year Maryivilie-Yuba City, California WEATHER Sacramento Valley: Fair through Tuesday. High both days 77-87.. Low tonight M-62. Local temperatures: High yesterday 86, low today 51. Monday, October 6, 195B SIXTEEN PAGES YOUR FREEDOM NEWSPAPER Phont SH 2-4491 Priw: Mwilhly-Shiglt Copy BOB TUKLIJY tin- New York Yiiuldsoi uliiu In the 1058 Scries (odtiy uluin lir pllc-hrd thu to a "Ml vlclnry 01 IT tin.) Urnvtm In Yiiukco ShuHum, Ttirluy, vihci lent in jMilniiukri) hiittrri hack to thu hcneh on tlilrd strikes, Itiinrki'd in two n( thu Yankee 111114 with clutch single lu tlio bottom of tln> sKth inning, firtivr Hurler Lew Burdette, who hiii! won lily lii-nt lour ii'iliM Duties, mis sent the vlnmi-ri In the ftitnl skill Innlnjttndaj. MPH York riillli'tl for runs in tlio rriimn to break Hiiitlollf'i tna-ycnr jinx over thi'in. Turley Avenges 2nd Game Loss NKW YORK, Oct. S New Yoik Y.inkcei kept tlieir Woiirt Sonus hopes alive today thej touted Low Burdotlc who had beaten them lour consecutive times, m H nviun inning and the tifth came nl' the 7-0 A riowd of 75.279 m Ynnltoe Stadium on this cleai', bul chilly October nftetnoon, saw Bultet Bob Turley avenge hia sccond-gtimt1 lie held (he Milwaukee Biaves to fwo scattered hits and struck out 10 He had been beaten by Burrlctte, 13-5, in the second game at Milwaukee Cil McDougald was the hitting Yuba Asks Engineer Proposals The Yuba County hoard of sup" ervnots. today voted to he.ir pto- po'.als from originec) inn firms, in- terested in development oC the Yuba Rwci, t Tho pioposals will have to be bcned on contingency deals no project, no pay junco Ytihu doosn't havp the cash cuii'ontly to the cost of a full foiiMtiili- ty rcpoil The board delayed action, pending the cnpinccnnB eontci- enccs, on MeninR of a contiacL it approved 1 n t wwk fiuthowtno; the Matysville firm of Si, Mau- nee-HPlmkamp-Mu'.sef to JHO- ceod with (i Wilier, p York Innci, i( llcntlc, <.F icnn. t (owii-j, ir shnwran lit M- [Joufinlij, I KubLk, HI tuilor, u Agent y act. Ally Gray s.aitl that bonding nu- thotitics will not have ft dfeift ot the proposed bonding clauses frai the legislation ready until tho end of this act. The Yulm Grand Jury has asked to consider thetp clauses brfoio the supervisors act. Nn DuLc Nn drite was spl foi1 tlie confer- ences with enKineers ultlioUKh It WM that the mpctmpi will be hold by the board in commll- (Cont. on 2, Col, Hub Youth Is Killed A hunting accident Satmday claimed thfe life of Joiiy Wfiyne 15. ot 529 Gran tl Ave Linda, who wai shot In the utom- ach near The youth, son ot Mr anrl M! s M. A, Host, wiw hunting in the mountain! o p.irty of five othpri when he tell and the gim ho wai carrying tiwcl arijwl. 1W died almost Inituntly, his lont The victim was n at Marysville- Union Itlfih School atiti had lived here with his pnrrnts, tor the past cicht yearn. He was n n.itlve ol Texas In suivlvcd, In addition to his parents, by ulster, Mrs, J. H, Poston, also of Linda, The hndy will he letumeri irom StiSiinvlllB for funeral un- der the [InecElon ot Lipp Sulli- van Clwpcll 0 i D Ait R n urn n I oulLd uul fur I) rtnn lor Covlnitlon In i as 10 7 Uih: ODD EKIII IHHI-0 l'D-A nul oub no-7 Hiked 210. New Votli 270 und Toirn, Kowtiia. Me. Uoujnltl unit Skoivtun. 7 York DUDcnii'ald, (in MiDau nlcl S -Schnriidlpniil and Turley when he led off the Yankee thud inning with a homo run, which hit the su con high up on the left field foul pole. I la hit his ground rule double in the mids.1 of the sixth Jnmng tally. Hunk Btiiier star led the Yankees off in their rotil of Burdcttc when he singled. Jcriy Lumps wus out (Com m Vage 2, Col. 3) 'i USA Indicates Willingness To End Quemoy Convoying Pope's Illness Critical CASTEL GANDOLFO, It- aly, October 6 Pope Pius XII suffered a ing stroke today and receiv- ed the last riles of tho Rom- an Catholic Church. Despite grave fears for his life a sec- ond medical bulletin of the dEty said ho had rallied no- ticeably after treatment, The medico] bulletin issued al 6.30 p.m. a.m p s.t stud tho Pope's condition hart "sensibly impiovcd" after "urgent lient- mpnt." natute of tlie Hhicsq uns made known to (he world m an earlier announcement. A medicni bulletin signed by three attending physic in Tin said the 82-year-old spiritual leader ol world's OMnEUMit lies swlEcrcd a "cerebral circula- tory disturbance" at B ?l) am (11 3Q pm PST Can't Spciik This meant there hiid been dam- age lo the blood circulation sys- tem ot the or, in l-iym-in's iLUiRutiEC1. a "iliokc" Tlio Pope iras unconscious for a time and two loports said ot noon ha luid not yet recovered lus pow- es oE speech. Msg[ Angelo Doflncqua, assist- nnt Vatican pio-seciatary ol state, (old newsmen here at midday thni the Pope's "general condition" showed a "Might Improvement "_ But ha added "it naturally re- a grave CHSP At p m DclUicqua report- ed that tlie Pope s eondition was "unchanged" as regards "tlili morning, Dollacqun said the Pope had Hot lecovered his speech EIS ol noon. The Italian news agency Italia quoted one ot the Pope's doctois us suyins the tame thing But other Vatican sources inured the Pope was Spc iking ag.un Church Gather i The sacrament of extreme tion, given to those who ale dying or In danger oE death, was admin- istered to the Pope after thf stroke. Later, he received lioly communion Although thcie was wold ol 1 thcic was no counling the giavity ol lha attack in a man of tlie pontill'f. age. Three of tho Pope's The Pnncci Carlo, M.ncfintomo and Glulto nnd a hosl of high-ranking (hutch (Cmtt. on Page 7, Col 4) 1, WKAI.E herd nf pilot wlmli's betame stranded In shjllinv at a. bench on Lnnnt Tiliind, Hawull, attet following thnlr lender the reef Imnlcrlnf Kaiolalotia Bay. Sub Down For 60 Days In A ABOARD SKYLARK AT SEA, (Vm Ocl, 6 fUPI) alomic SuawolC came up from the tleptlii of 1hc Aflanlic Ocean today after being for 60 days, iweue Ilie Skylaik, New London, Conn borne bau; of the nuclear undersea fleet Ilagiliip, stood by os ths Ssawolf came into view in a mighty up- heaval oC foaming sea, ThEi SenivolE cfitne up about 15 mi lei south of Island, R.T during it? umlGiwater record uruise she traveled more Ihdn 15- 700 nuuliual Stil! opoialmg on hoi- first nu- COM, the Scawolt Iwt tiav- clcd more lli.m miles lo dale. The Nautilus was refueled jfler miles, As soon as she leveled off, the deck luitcliesi opened and Cmdr. Richard B Lnnme, VA., its skipper, took his place on the bridge A blinker signal on Ihe Skylark messaged a welcome to the ton
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