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Appeal-Democrat (Newspaper) - October 8, 1958, Marysville, California I New York Yankees Win Sixth Series Game By Score Of 4-3 Full Ploy-By-Ploy On 5 "In goneril, howavsr, freidem !i hotter tervad by who critical of their itwi by thoso who worihtp -Faith ind Freedom Vol. 65-No. aS-99lh Yoir City, California WEATHER Sacramento Valley: Fair and wanner through Thursday. High both days 83-93. Low tonlphl 54-fi4. Local High yesterday 81, low today SO. WMlnmdiy' October 1958 TWENTY-TWO PAGES YOUR FRIEDOM NEWSPAPER SH 2-6491 Prltt; IQt Stricken Pope's Life Ebbing Away Yankees Stop Braves' Rally In 10th Inning MILWAUKEE, Oct. S New York Yankees clelealccl (hi1 Milwaukee Braves, 4-3, in 10 innings today in siMh ol1 the World Series. The Yanks stopped :i Braves' rally m the last half ol tlie 10th inning and tied the scrips at three victories lor cacii team, Tho seventh and deciding game is scheduled for Thursday. A home run by Yankee second baseman Gil McDoug- ald in the top of the 10th in- ning broke a 2-2 tie and gave the New Yorkers a 3-2 lead. GIL lilt ii homo run In Dm tap of tlm loth nliifr In hrriik a S-3 Mi> mid e the New York n 3-2 otor the iUllHiiltlcen In tliu sKth Riiine ol the 1098 World Sortei. Dip mil Skowron h ti 11 c i! it oluh'h single HoorlnR Elston Ilnnurd Inter In thu Inning tat what lirovuil to hu tho NPW uinnlnc run. Milwaukee Htor- Pd onn run in the huttnm ot the, 10th nnit lnul thu winning rim on biuc hut n running nltf- hundrd attcli liy thu tiny thn on YC Bond Proposal Vuba City Giuinmav School have tentatively sot Fcb 10 as the dale that Yuha City vot- ers will give a "yes." or "no" vote on a, JM.TOO bond issue far ton- sttuUbn ot Ilve-clanstoorn (tort to King Ave. School, a multi- purpose room, kitt-hen and stor- age room for Gray Ave School, and furniture for the buildings. I'jpjUiea ihw an o'itimntc'd roilmont tn Yubn City stli near H2jO Based on these fipjuies the district will need cltihs- rooms tor the ojicninu o[ school m is an increase uf nma iww the present 67 rooms In the district, making a building pioj- ctt, such as the onp proposed, TIP. ccs-iEiry, "iuld Rithurd L, Col bin, district superintendent. Gill wut' Commit tee C'orhm inslmcttd by the beard to have a resolution drawn up. lor hoard approval lit the nexi meeting, Oct. 28 This is a special specifically for the pur- pose ol approving the bond icwlu- iwn Lait May Yuba City voters defeated a SJ51.TOO bond issue pto- posal, Board 1'runk licr- nck WBRcslrd that Mrs. Nun Brown, King Ave, [earlier, investi gate Eoi'mine of it torn ttitttco and Instructed Corhln to In- vite fill ppiwjm who ran for the boaitl at the lust election to serve on the committee, The bonri! also siiffBCitod that the Parent-Teuchoi Asani. take an active port In pub- the bond issue. Corbln reported to the hoard that a warrant for J6.3H8 had been paid ai final payment on a lonn from the state in tho fall o! 1056. Although the final payment was juit due until Feb. 1, the dlitrlct was able thus to save about In interest rates. Corbln also reported that all Yiita City pupils ttiking part in the weekly Sahndny morning recreational program (Coat, m Col. 4) Big Bill Skowron belted a single scoring Elston Howard later in the inning, giving the Yanks their win- ning run. In the bottom ol the lOtli Me- ausald made a running, onc- hnnd catch when Frank Tone hatted a blooper That ended tho hull giitnp. Unlloil Fun liiluiimllonil IcLlwUnd Ii o plu> hy nLuv dci OF thf .Klh WoiUI Sorles The Ilithlt weic Imnnd on ni tho lira- pirn wllh htLnxol und Hnnny 1 Hit pinir tim un the first pllt.li Illoil lo Pnfto. MiDouinlil lined DIII to Mnthowi an tlircc flnd tna pilch Hmini Mt a homo mn jnlo Din left piu at nnili ilanlio wiu unto hi lint Sclinen. lolled ID i mm tin ulth lib bounc- Inj! Ml over tho mMind. It was nn mar for Sch ovrtcl Eajinl Onu nnu UK tlh left. Flril ---------iitt lillco j JS pitch from Held for n tingle Lotlun identical. Umia to McDouinht ho cove led flnl Art Oltitinr stnrtod up IB the bullpen. wi ivai iilleil out on nrlkn on n 3 oncl 2 Pitch. alnelcd to lull ncoilnn hu InlD a (orcg plar. lEubok to McDoluniM. One [iin: hvo hlls, no oirori, one loft Spnlin throw out Skowron info at (Jut wtion Lomit Prtga i, Cot 7> Reds Ask Debate On Test Ban UNITED NATIONS, NY. [UPD sought today to force the United Nations into an immediate debate on banning nuclear weapons tests without waiting lor Geneva talks scheduled to start Oct, 33, Soviet Deputy Foreign Mlnfcter Valcrm A. Zorln proposed in tlie General Assembly's BL-nallon Mam Political Committee that It take up the nuclear suspension question hut In Its The committee adiouinrd until Thuisday morning without taking :i decision U S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge opposed tins, and argued that weapons testing "in only one pnrt ot many complex issues and by no means the moit danger OLIi, Theie was mention oC Tuesday's U exchange in which Washington left it up lo the Krem- Jin itself to decide wiiether the atomic big three will suspend nu- elr.ir testa at the end of this month "It Is up to the Soviet" Union now as lo whether tests will be suspended on Oct 31, or wiiether aie lo a U. announcement said. Russia, which "suspended" tests after completing a series in Mnrch, rcmimrd cxpeilmentnl plasiont late last month without consult, it Ion or advance waining. The falsity ot the Soviet "sus pension" was revealed Tuesday by Foreign Minuter Andrei Gromylio, who told a news conference here (hat Russia will continue tests until it equals the number ron< ducted since March by the United States and Britain. Atomic expert Rnlph E. Lapp, interviewed by UPI jn Washington speculated that (he Russian props who inspired the spring "suspension" ot tostn have been overruled by tho Red Army. The United States and Britain, only other current pioducers ol nu- clear weapons, had offered to sus- pend tests toi1 at least a your be ginning Oct IH, scheduled opening duie for In Geneva on a tt'it ban. Temperatures Down .Weather maps below show the U.S .Weather Bureau's 30-day forecast tar Octobni. It is not ft .specific ioiocasl, m the usual sense, but an ESTIMATE ol average temperatures ant! pi'ocLpi- lationloi the period. MUCH IE LOW NOHMAl Mont of thr rointtry nm Innk tcm ruin tun In October to bi'low spu-iOuivl ovctpt for iisur to iihuvi- 1111 nil ii I lii Ntw fjnttlniul Kiili iilmiK thn soiltli Atlantic Alfnvp imriniit it pmllcled lay Wait Const H tut en BIIU nuiir nurmul In mount Bill urcim. EXPECTED PRECIPITATION Rainfall for the ittriuil Ii eipectod to eiceeJ normal over the flaatern third the nation and altio In tho Cull stilted. Snb- junounti tun prodlttefl nt- the Continvntal Divide titnl In thn northvm pluinn, Eismvhcre, ncur nornial tlnn In prnnpnct. US Ships Stop Escort Activity WASHINGTON, Oct 8 United States announced today that American warships have temporally stopped escorting Chlnede Rationalist supply vessels to Quomoy, The State Department said, however, that if the Chinese Com- munists begin shelling the island again, "United States escort ac- tivity will be resumed forthwith to the ext-enl necessary." State Department spokesman Lincoln White suid he assumed U.S. ships stopped escorting Na- tionalist vessels as soon as the Communists stopped shelling tin der the seven-day cease-fire which they announce! lust Sun- day. White declined to say whether today's announcement was de- signed to persuade the Reds to extend the cense-fite beyond the seven-day period. But he pointed out that the "entile object" el the U.S. has been to achieve a ceaae-fu e, and "obviously we hope this cease-lire will con- tinue." The State Department iaid tho order lor csport of Chinese ves- sels supplying Qucmoy is still In effect But the fact that the Chi- nese have stopped shooting "sus- pends the military necessity tor U S. escort it said The statement iaid there had been "full consideration" between tho U S, und Nationalist govern- ments "as to this matter" oL es- corting convoys The aaouncement made It clear lhat the U S. did not stop cscoi I- (Cant, on j, Cot. 3) Five Day Forecast SAN FRANCISCO [UPD-FJve- day weather forecast lor Northern CaUhnnw; No predplUtion; tern- pcintures near normal; normal minimum maximum Sacramen- to 42-19, Red Bluff 51-81. Eureka 49-GO, Santa Rosa 44-78, Blue Can- yon 48-66, Employer Group Blasts Union On Prop. 18 Fight SEBASTOPOL (UPI) -Team, filers Union Local 950 was chargec Tuesday with having intimidated workers at the 0. A, Hallberg Sons cannety here into paving !f2 ami-Proposition 18 assessment Proposition IS is the right to work measure on the Nov. 4 bnl< lot, Winston M. Culdwcll, president of the California Association of Employe] s, told the Rotary Club liere that Hallberg accosted at the Rates of the apple cannery last week by union offi- cials who demanded that each give T2 before he WFIS allowed to pass through to his Job. Caldwell also charged that picket line was set up alter Don Hallborg, manager of the cannery refused to deduct the assessment the employes' Other canneries had agreed to make the Deductions, he Hald. William Local 950 secre- tary ti easurer, defended t h e union's action, saying that mem- bers voted to awess themselves tlie f2 to aid the fight against Proposition 18, Vatican Says Pius XII In i Death Throes CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy, Ocl. 8 Pins XII suffered a second stroke and a heart attack today. Death appeared close for the 82-year-old head of the Koman Catholic Church. Shortly before p.m. a.m. the Vatican Radio said the Pope h in hi.s "death throes." It called on the Catholic faithful lor prayers to "recommend to God the soul servant at the end ot his life." Doctors' abandoned hope tor the Pope's survival after a cerebral attack this morn- nig and a new crisis brought on this afternoon by "a grave eardio-pulinouary col- lapse." Ill broadcast ill p.m, ii.m. Vittk'un Kiiillo said there iiiul been no change In tho Pupn'A condition In the last two hours, hlond prsowuro hud gone up to ISO. From inside the papal villa came word that the 'ioctors had given the Pope btjod plasma and placed linn umlor an oxygen tent All the cardinals now In Rome were reported In the antechamber ot the Pope's bedroom. York, physicians Inter- Bled the phrase nary collnpw" to 'uardio-pulmo- mean either CASTEL OAPTDOLPO, Oct. 8 (tll'l) Vatican Itndlo reported tonight that Pone Flux XII was still clliielni; to life hut thitt his temperature more than 101 degreet Fahrenheit. that the right side ef the Pope's heart had collapsed or that the collapse occurred in the artei-y leading from the right ventricle to the lungs.) At am. PST, the Vatican Radio broadcast that "faint hope" [or the Pope't life "has almost completely vanished." It said that "as long us the blood pressure is high he can one hour or 24" The broadcast said at that time thol a communique would be issued as soon as ad- ding that "this is truly the hour for prayer." "Cardiac pneumonia has now definitely set in." the radio said later m English. It ash all Cath- olics to "pray for the Holy Father during these last moments." (The Pope was unconscious as his lite ebbed away in the bed- chamber of his summer palace here, Crim lUrdlcal A special broadcast by the Vat- ican Radio from Costal Gandolfo quoted the sixth and latest medi- cal bulletin on the Pope's condi- tion as saying! "The syndrome (symptoms) mentioned in this morning's bulle- tin has become progressively ag- gravated. Energetic treatment has not given tho hoped-for result, The temperature is 38.2 centi- grade (100 blond pressure MO-90. The pulse Is fre fluent and IB 140. Respiration is 38 "A grave cnrdio-pulmoiiary col- lapse is setting In." The Pope's last words before a deep coma set in were expressed "Pray, pray lhat situation (or the to two aides: this church He apparently ivai fearful lhat his 'incapacity would Ictive the church without a leader1 for a long pedod, After a false death report this on Pagt 1, Visions Recalled______ Sainthood For Pope Speculated VATICAN CITY, Oct. 8 tUPI) Plus XII may someday become a saint. An unprecedented vision ol Christ and a vision ot the "Fatl- ma Miracle1' of the revolving have been the only supernatural events in the Pope's life an- nounced by the Vatican. However there has been insistent mention oi the Pope bringing about two miraculous heaLlngs as well Visions do not in themselves enter the cause of canonization, but speed the cause. Vatican circles believed that the cause of beatification of the Pope might be introduced shortly. Un- official Catholic quarters said a dossier or "miracles" attributed to Plus XII had already been collected May TaJto CenturiM Beat: deal inn is the first step toward sainthood, and bpth beati- fication and canonisation can take centuries before completed, The Pope's lirit vision came on three successive days in the Holy Year 1950, Federcio Cardinal Tedeschini told a crowd ot pilgrims in Fa- lima in Itfil that Hie Pone saw the sun revolve on three separate 30, 31 and Nov. 1, 1950. He said the vision came on each occasion while the Pope was walking in the Vatican prdens, each time at 4 pm. The vision was the same which three little shepherds had in Fa- tlma, Portugal, on Ocl. 13, 1917. The vision of the shepherd chil- dren climaxed a scries of appear- ances of Virgin Mary they hod -seen earlier, starting May 13, day Eugenia Pace! 11 was consec rated archbishop in the (Coat, on Paso J, Col, Fisher Denies Divorce Plans HOLLYWOOD (UPO Singer Eddie Fisher has said "there's no truth to the story" that he was planning to divorce aclrcw Debbie Reynolds In. Mexico to clear the way for marriage to Elizabeth Taylor. Fisher, who squired Miss Taylor around New York before his sew- mutton from Debbie, denied the rumors Tuesday. According la his agent, Fislicr still plans to let his estranged wile obtain a divorce In Califor- nia, US Air Force Oftker Up Feet In Four Hours Balloon Carries Flier To Verge Of Space ALAMOGORDO, NM (UPI) A giant plastic balloon soared to on altitude ol leet lour hours after takeoff today cturymg Lt. Clifton M, McClure to tho very verge of space. McClure, 2G, Anderson, S.C., ra- dioed hack that he could "bee the edge between light and duik lie called it "a very startling bight." Air Force authorities said the balloon, carrying the hermetically sealed gondola in which McClure Is tiding, made take- off Irom the liollomon Air Devel- opment Center near hcie, The long awaited launching fol- lowed a wind collapse of another bnlloon Tuesday when a sudden gust of wind spilled It acroea its desert hunching site. Air Force oHicials said the bal- loon was drifting slowly south and southwest in almost calm condi- tions. They suid It might come down over Albuquerque Thursday morning, alter more than 24 hours aloft at a foot altitude By 9 a m p s.t, three hours al- ter ft had taken oil, tbe balloon had reached leet and was Still McClure was calm, tout "eagei-" for the flight. He will ha studied more closely, by remote radio con< trol, than any other human being ever to ascend to that altitude. And his voice will be the first broadcast over radio from what amounts to outer space. HIS HOLINESS TOPE PHIS XII lay near death tndijy In Bumirx-r villa at Gundollo. All hope lor life appeared to hnvr 'Goof Admitted In Faubus Case LITTLE Rock, ArJt. district director ot the Internal Revenue Service look full blame today for telling Gov. Orv.il E. Faubus it appeared lie owed taxes on The trouble was that (he lolal included rent and opefating ex- penses on tlie executive mansion tor two years, campaifiii expenses and n gilt automobile thJL Fauhus and his wife received in 1954. 'Somebody IRS Mathis College Annexation Favored trict Director Curtis R. jxplamlng lhat anything a utate lurmshes by law to its ohiel executive is not taxable. Faubus took ibe opportunity lo accuse the government of using the IRS lo punish him lor his stand against integration and de- mand tlwt President Eisenhower pay for USE of the White House, 11 he had to pay for use ot the executive mansion, Faubus said he got a letter which said lie hud 10 days to pro- test the IRS charges. Acting Internal llevenue Com- missioner 0, Gordon Dolk, who took a less apologelic attitude than Malhis, said Faubus' overall lax affairs' are slill under scrutiny, He did not elaborate, Matins also said there are some items his men are looking into thai may have "merit "The iiweslifiailon will be com- plete when Governor Ifaubus or his attorney comes nnd gels with us and irons out a few he said. But he Faubus an L-19 letter to come m within 10 days and agree to pay taxes or (Coat, on 5, Col, 3) Nixon On GOP Tour WASHINGTON (UPD- Vice President Richard M. Nixon luft on a throe-stale slumping lour lo- day aflci- .in airport delay cjusod by a Jniilly propeller. The vice president and his pufiy got off for Plul udel phm, their first stop, aboni'd a lour-engined Super Constellation G. which was Im- pressed into service lor the oc- casion. Nixon wns scheduled lo leavo aboard a chartered twin-engined plane. As the plane was awaiting clearance for takeoff, a switch failure caused the left propeller to feather. Tlie vice president's purly was transferred 1o n big airliner which lied unloaded passengers aft- er arrival iron the West Const. The two-engined cralt wilt be sent to Philadelphia later to tiike Nixon to. his next slop, Columbus, Ohio, 'Nixon's takcoH was delayed about an hour and 45 minutes. The proposal to add S utter County to the Yubi College Dis- trict, which now Includes only Yuba County, would make A "good a stale Depart- ment of Education official said last, night in Marj'hville, Dr. Draylon Nuttnil of Sacra- mento presented a report on the proposed pnlaifiomcnt of lha Yuba College District pi-eiJJH-d by Division of Public Scliool Adnnms- [ration of the 'slate education de- partment, KB spoke before nearly SO representatives of high school diMricls In both Yuba and Sutler Counties, college bourd tmd clli, advisory commillce mcrut bcrs-, and other school gathered in the Ituba College Au- ditorium. Nut tail's office had been n sited to compile data on the clfecl of adding Sillier County to tbo present college district. He gave statist las on a broad vaiicty or aspects, including both enroll, merit and financial predictions. Lorn I Mnvppt Though generally recommend- inR in favor ot (he two-county dis- trict., the stntc ofltcia] stressed that tho next moves had to he lo- cal. He said the malu-r now re- with Yuba-Suttcr high school boards, which could ;wss resolutions asking for Stale Board of Education approval tot on. election. Either this, he said. or he matter could be turned ov. cr to the two county commltteei on school district orginlstatioii. It this were done, an overall study group cAuld be formed; he sug- gested, with the high school and college boards also represented. There wjis little expression of opinion from the group present last night, The basis of some of the predictions made in the re- port were questioned, onJ some interest was shown in the exclu- sion of certain districts like East Nicolaus Union High School (Cowl, OH Pap Cot, 1) i
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