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   Appeal-Democrat (Newspaper) - October 9, 1958, Marysville, California                               1 York Yanks' Win World Series-Take Last Game 6-2 "He only who ibh to tlind Is qualified for society. And that I understand to be the end for which a tool in thli world-to be himself Hw counter-baUntt or etl falie- hood end all Vol. 65-No. 86-99th Miryivitle-Yuba City, CallfamU WEATHER Sacramento Valtey: Fair through Friday, High both (leys 8542. Low tonight 5642. Local temperatures: High yesterday 91, low today 66. Thursday, October 9, 1958 TWENTY-FOUR PAGES YOUR FREEDOM NEWSPAPER Phono SH Prke: Copy Nine Days Of Mourning For Pope m Howard Single Breaks Tie In Eighth Inning MILWAUKEE, Oct. 9 New York Yankees dimaxed one ol' the greatest comebacks in buscbatl his- tory today when Iliey beat Hie Milwaukee Braves 6-2 lo win Hit" 1958 World Series. The Yarikccs. who had trailed the Braves three games to one, finally pulled it out in a big eighth inning against Lew Burdctlc, Ihc pitcher who beat them three times last yrar to give Milwaukee its first world's championship, Victory TAIPEI, Formosa, Oet. 9 Generalissimo Chiang KMJ. ahck 'siiiil tonight thai the Chinese Na- tionalists Imd won the first round in tlie buttle of Quemoy ttnd hnti checkmated Communist designs on Southeast Asia. The Nationalist President raid U.S.- Nationalist cooperation in breaking the Chinese Communist a 1-1111017 blockade of the Qucmoy offshore ''Islands had had "'a sta- bilising ellect on the Far Eastern situation us a whole." "We hnvc exposed Communist weaknesses to the world and have called their bluff." ChiunR said, But he warned his people that "we must be prepared to curry on a war attrition against tlic Comrn so u.fto destroy their military potential, disintegrate their puppet organ Ixations nnd liquidate Communist Chiang spoke In a broadcast nuirklng Friday's 4Vth anniversary o( the founding of tlie Republic ol China. His speech was beampd to all As in, including Hod China. Vice President Chen Cheng said cai'lier that Nationalist China will not negotiate with tha Communists on the Formosa crisis, and urged the U.S. to break off Us Warsaw with the Reds. Chen told a cabinet meeting thnt the Communists hope lo win at the conference what (hey have been unable io gain on the "imtlie- field" abandonment of the outpost islands Quemoy and Mntsu ta their fata. He rejected (he recent Rod de- mund lor negotiations wilK the Na- (Coat, on Pago S, Col. 7) US Issues Warning noon, Burdette ran out of s in that eighth after he lad retired the first two bat- Then Yogi Bcrra doubled and Alston Howard singled him home witli the run that put ees fihctid, 3-2. Andy'Carey sing- led nnd big Moose SScowron lined i home run into the left field stunds to ice the game. There were a lot o[ Yankee ici'DOS and in the.front ranks was Bullet Bob Turley. Who held Ihe Bravus to two hits, onE of them a sixth inning homo run by Del Randall, which tied tho score at 2-2. Turlcy had taken over for Don Larson in the third with two Braves on base and one man out. He turned tho Braves back then mid went on to do it the rest ar the way. Outside Crandall's homer he yielded only a tivo-out single to pinchhitter Joe Adcock in the ninth. The Yankees had token ft 2-1 ead in thejljird Inning without a >ase hiti Two errors oy Frank Torre, considered one of the best 'ielding first baseemn, In the business, set them up. IntarnMtonnt BKIfUJT (UPD _ u.S. tanks clattered through the streets of Beirut Wednesday'night, offering tacit warning to pro government bandits) that there must be no further interference with Ameri- can troops, "This wilt ]ct (pro government leader) Saen Salem's people know that we have the capacity for' Icetlve action 11 we are forced to a U.S. Army spokesman said. Stick-up men Identified us fol- ot Salem halted an Ameri can military police Jeep on nn im portent supply rotid outside Beirut late Wednesday nnd stole the re vnlverft carried by the Ihreo-man crew. Nnne of the HP's was injured, ami the Runs were recovered by the Lebanese army, v A lew hours Intel-, flvo tanks in column rolled through 'the center of the city. Armed Infantrymen rklinn a lop the tunltn covered win down and rooftops with 'their cur- bines. As the column passed along Ihc wiitcrtt'ont, tho tanks' big guns fired four shots out to sen. Along moot of Ihc route, Die streets were deserted. A ullcnt crowd gathered outside the St Georgs Hotel to wiitch the tanks turn around and start back lo base. Dauor lined tiimlnttc'fl lavond iillciti lo ton, caught (he hull fti n frnol it the rlKhl tlslil iOUl 30 [eel OUtj Ljinvt) tfl Tnrrc. M nulls grounded oul to Turns, unajjiaL Mr ruiUi no hlK no ecrun, none Icll, lliavoi Flut ScliticiKllonil toot inn called utrlktj tntl then rilled a alnulcd to left. KuckH wni warm Inn no in thn Ynnfcoc bullpen. Urn ton wnlKed on rive pitchni, ICTlBt JtOtlUt ID hCCOnl, Turlor aUio was up In Ihc Ylinked blillpun, siicrlticod. Lutnpn lo McD covered Ural, Scttwmiienat g. Hllfil nnd Ilwlon second. Anton walhiKl, (IlllnK the hnnos. Co v Ins ion EroumJcU oul. sfcowrcn u ilstcU Sciiimndictut icorlnn, burton an lo thlitf and Aaron la second. :nn wan our pone W (111 Inn CrniHlall WFIH cnllnl out nn Btrlkru. Oiif nin, oat hit, no errors, three left. Yanked SIDDHI] Barm walked on five pllchcx. iiKTlflctxl nerrn In nacDiul nnti til first wlun Tens, whn flilrt him! throw wildly lo aurdttle. Hriil. wfnl la Ihlrn on (he error. (Com. on Page 8, Col. 3) Slayer Leaves Prison Death Row SAN QUENT1N ;lix Friend, 38, San Diego mur- tlorer whone scheduled execution Friday was commuted to life to iwnmcnt, left San Quentln's tlealh row. today lor the Vacnville Reception and Guidance Center, Friend was sent directly lo death row when ho arrived at San Qucntin Aug. 18, 1955, and did not go through this normal prison routine, lie will spend from 10 to 12 at VaenviJle, Gov. Goodwin J. Knight com- muted Friend's death sen ten EC Wednesday. Friend auti'endored to San Diego authorities in May, 1955 for the rape-slaying of Ruth Muir, on the La Jolhi beach In SERIES HERO A bunier in thn tnp of the by Bill "SInDSd" broke u 2-J tlo itnd provided the (nincli iiRftiloil to Klvn khe Now York the 1U5H World Sorios biiselinH clutnt- over tlio Mlltviiiiltee Braves. Slcowran'si blow nil tlio MiHhiim ehiiclicr Bob Turlcy ncedod us the hit; rlKht- liuniler (inly two hits In six Inning of relict pitching todny tn Credit lor scL-pnrJ sorlen win ot Lew Burtlettc, vvtia wim three fltrnlpht series panics In 10A7 wns churned ivltli Ills second (Story of Pope's Life on Page 13) CASTEL CrANDOLFO, Italy, Oct. 9 tliuruh bells of Bnmo toclay the start of nine days of offt- cial mourning .for Pope Pius XII who died peacefully last night hi his summer palaee. He was 82 yoars old. A Jew bourn follotviiiR his death, a plenary conference of cardinals elected Benedetto Cardinal Aoisi Masella as camerleiigo or papal cham- berlain, In t h a t role, he becomes acting temporal leader ol the Roman Catholic Church un- til ii new Pope is chosen. Me wields some of the powers of the Sacred College of Car- dinals in its name until that time, The election of si cumerlengo iis the (Irat mujor moves by sorrowing dignitaries M the church In sotting hi motion the (liveit-old rltuui lending to the stic- Peach Industry Orchard -i Yield Low This Year The per acre yield or clingstone poaches in the 1D5S season in Cali- fornia was the lowest in Ihe post- war years, B, H. Bsnidt, manKpiot ol (he Cling Peach Advisory Board, told 2one 3 growers, at a meeting last night in Barry Sclwol, The yield was rep or led at 10.53 tons per acre, three tens below the 193T harvest atul well below the record yield ol lfi.10 tens in 1956, Case yield in the canneries Bentdt suid, has not yet licen aud- ited hut is estimated lo be ap- proximately tho same as last ycai cases per ton. At the Barry m eel ing Tom Teasdalo was elected Advisory Board delegate succeeding Wil- liam AnclrcoHon, who was named alternate delegate replacing Wil liam Butler. The last ol the rncolings will take place tonight at o'clock In Marysvillo Union High School auditorium where growers of Zones 1 nnci 5 will assemble to hear reports on the peach Indus- try outlook and nominate Advis- ory board delegates. Poor Hnrvost Bonidt and Advisory Board as- sociates have spent the week in lite Yuba-SutLcr area discussing problems ot the peuch industry. Their cam men Is on acroagt yield confirmed the nature of the poor 1358 halves I, bThe Yuba.Sut- ler nrea orchards produced bettor than tho statewide average run- ning lo tons per acre. The sharp PS I production decline was in on Page 16, Col, Lt. McClure In Secret Talks On Balloon Trip ALAMOCORDO, N. M. Ll.'ClKton M. McCluta huddled In top sewot Hcsslons with Air Force officials em'ly today lo describe his reactions lo conditions on, the edge of during his, Illght in n giant balloon rls neurly 19 miles above the earth's surlace. Tho :SO-Iaot, hcllum-tiUod bag touched down early Wednesday night at the White Sands missile range, tibout HO miles northwest ol Atamogordo. MeClurc, M. ol Andei'son, N.M., s topped Imm an liislrumimt- jammed gondola under his own power nrvti then was whisked off in an Air I'oruo helicopter to a top- secret area for a routine physical examination and questioning. .A tcrr? report by Ale Force Indicated MeClure was forced to return to etirth earlier than ex- pected apparently because of a failure in. refrigeration equipment on the gondola. Thp flight WHS scheduled to IUB[ tor 24 hours..McClure went atofl at dawn and touched earth aguln at p.m. m.s.t. McCluix; radioed that he could "see Hie edges between darkness and light" Irom his liighost nosi tlon o[ feet above the.roll- ing desert floor. nc described it (Coat, on Ptige 10, Cot. S) Traditional Funeral Rites To Be Held At St. Peter's Basilica of Plus VII, ihn 83-year' old "Pope ot Pence1' wlio reigned for ID yonrs, sawn months und seven flays. Church bells tolled nnd signs ol mourning were donned throughout the Catholic world. Messages of condolences poured In from polit- ical und religious .lenders of. for the late Pope the apiritunl and denominations, was not only temporal head of Roman Catholi- cism but n diplomat and states' man of universal standing, Cnnllnuls Wilt Meet In addition. to electing the cam- Lhe cardinals also appoint- ed Alberto dj lorio as aec- rotary of the Saered College of CEiudinalK, This means that Di lorlo will hold the key post of scercuuy of the Conclave ot Car- dinals which must meet between Oct. 24 and 27 to elect a new Cardinal Alois! Miisella is the 73-yeur-old archprlesl of the Ro- man Basilica of St. Jo tin in Later- sn and prefect of the Sacred Con- gregation, of the Discipline of the Sacraments, It now falls to tlie, new earner- Icngo to take the responslbilily lor all, the organisation of the nine days of events leading'up to the funeral Of Pope Plus XH, the con- clave and the eventual enthrone- ment o( the new pope. The canierlengo waX chosen by the 12 or so cardinals now here, who had'to act immediately under (Cont, on Page 10, Col, 1) Traditional Voting For Cardinals VATICAN CITY, Oct. 3 With tho death of Pope Pius XII, FI small, black stovepipe, hastily erected nlop the wot ol tho lated, walled-oft Sisline Chanel inside 'the apostolic piilace, be- came Ihe Catholic world's most important news source. 'By ages-old tradition, the pro- gress of the balloting of the Sac- red College of Cardinals, whose responsibility it is to name a suc- cessor, will be announced io (he world In thin wisps ol smoke coming .from (ho blaclt chimney. Thousands o( Roman Catholic faithful, solemnly waiting in St. Peter's Square, will keep a vigil Mi Ihc cardinals cast their ballots in a room close to the bedroom of the lato pontiff. If the smoke lhat curls up periodically is black, it will mean that none oC Ihe cardinals has re- ceived the required two-thirds, plus one, vole ot the Saerod Col- lege and that another ballot must lie taken. A pufl ot white smolre will in- form the world thnt the Saered College has elected a new i premo sovereign to sit on the throne ot SI, Pctert The else lion must be held with- in 18 days of the death ot the pope. Fifteen days, plus an op- {Coat, on 10, Col, 4) Pope Pius Mourned By World United Press Interim Honu) The bells tolled across Ihc world today for Pope Pius XII. Roman Catholic, Protestant and Jewish leaders, heads ol sUitc und moat creeds joined in expressions of mourning at the passing of the 82-year-old Pontiff, President Eisenhower said "the .a man ol pro- mum.' he. Jtepl pace--with u rapidly changing universe, yet never lost sight ot mankind's eter- nal destiny. I was privileged to know him personally, Wilh men ot goodwill everywhere, I mourn his passing." The bell tolled from London's Roman Githolic Westminster Ca- thedral. Britain's Pvotes t an'l Queen WHS wakened with (fie news. Tite Archbishop of Canter bury, leader ol the Anglican Church, (Protestant) mourned the passing of "his saint llncss., .his Christian Kant German Rolls ,'TdlL In Manila, Philippine President Carlos P, Gnreia called upon his predominantly Roman totholtc people "to join me in. ottering prayers for the repose ol '.he soul of this great and saintly leader..." In East Germany, where Com- munists lire believed to hnve jammed broadcast of all but the basic announcement ot the Pope's death, Roman Catholic churches tolled their bells for 35 minutes every hour that none ot the (aith- ful might be unmindful ol their less. Tlirougliout the world, Roman Catholic eliui'dins were filler] for rertulem masses Iwgun within mlnules alter word of (he Pope's death. Many were already filled with' tlie faithful keeping a death vigil of prayer. Tlie Churcirs cardinals ex- pressed mourning and thanksgiv- Ing lor the Pope's life nnd the victory of Christian death. Tlie .Dlympin, returning Irom Rome with Roman Cath- olic pilgrims, prepared tn put In at the Awnes so Hint Francs Cur- dnl Spcllman. archbishop of New Yot'h, could debark and return to the Holy City. Hie pilgrims wore wakened lo of Ihe Pope's Ocalb and to join 1n celebration ol Mass. Cardinal. S pet) man mourner) the passing ot "the greatest friend I ever hud" and "the departure from among us of the most-impartial, most devoted peacemaker iln our weary, war- ring The United Slules' two oljier cardinals prepared to leave for (Ctmt. Col. J) f txamme Murder Suspect BAKERSFffiLD (UPD- Three psychiatrists hove been appointed to examine murder suspect Jose '15, Delano, and report tlteir findings lo Superior Judge Norman F. Main Oct. 29, The jurist look the action Wednesday alter Denaviden plead- ed innocent and innocent by.rea- son o( inaimlty, Benavidcz is wilh stab- bing a Icllow farm worker, H.R, Santiago, 32, tiUo of Doluno, in e Delano tavern iast month following a quarrel over money. Who'll Be New Pope? VATICAN CITY, Oct. 9 Italian car- dinals and a Russian-born Armenian prelate headed the list today of possible succes- sors to Pope Pius XII. The new loader ol the world's 450-million Raman Catholics wit! be chosen by a two-thirds plus nne vote oE the 55 members of the Sacred College ol Cardinals. There was a possibility that tlic new Pope would the -first non-ItuUun chosen in 435 years. Non-Ilalinna are Tn the college lor Die first time in to 18, However, most observers pre, dieted tlie cardinals would follow modern trndillon and elect ar Itallun as the 263rd pope. AnttricHH Chances Slim The chances ol Francis Curdt rial Spellman of New York and Ihe other American cardinals ol ascending the thrane of SI, Peter were considered rather slim for political rather than personal rea- sons. Widespread Iccllng was Unit the election 'ot an American pope would give the impression that the Catholic Church was becommp; involved in the political struggle between the East and West Technically, any Catholic, either layman or priest, could be chosen pope, but it has been an unwritten law since the days of Slxtus IV in tlie 15lli Century that only car- are chosen. Among the rnoul likely candi- dates- are Clocomo Cardinal Le- earo, archbishop of Bologna; Giu- seppe Cardinal Sirl of Genoa; Ernesto Cardinal Ruff In I, arch bishop of Palermo, Sicily; Angelo Giuseppe Cardinal Roncalli, ol Venice; Valerto Cnrdinal Valerl, famed Vatican tlieologfet; and Gregory Peter XV Agagi Russian-bom patriarch of Cillcla of tlw Armenians. Also mentioned is Msgr. Giovanni Buttista Mon- lini, archbishop of Milan, the only one of the "papablli" (potential popes) who not' a cardinal. Lerunro Mentioned QUtri Tlie name most often mentioned by informed Vatican and Catholic sources is dynamic, fiery Cardinal Lercaro, whose career in the ehurcli is almost without preee' (Coat. Page JO, Col, 6) LAST Popo XII knHt In prayer In hi" private diuutl st. cute! liaiidotro, Italy, shortly before nattering fc utrokc ended the 82-ytw-old IKc. Thin tit IM- Uovei to he tho limt picture Uken of llw ot aliTKjSt lull a blUfon Romnn nvnr. Children Mourn Death Of Pope Catholic school children in Marysvilte and Ytiba City todev said prayers and rosaries (or the "repose ot the of Pope Plus XII, and attended special masses in St. Joseph's and St. Isidore's Churches, Today was the first ol nine days ot otiicial mourning throughout the Catholic world. Pupils in Holy Angels School in Vuba City attended moss today at a.m. in SU Isidore's Church. Tomorrow at a.m. the school children will sing the MSs. cantata at the special mass in SI Isidore's. Notre Dame High School dents attended the special moss at 11 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Church in Marysvllle and tomor- row at 13 o'clock grammar school pupils will, attend high mass. Requiem high masses will be celebrated in both churches next vvcclt, probably on Thursday. In Sun Francisco, announce, mmt of the pontiffs death last niRht was the- signal for the toll ing ot hells in all San Francisco CD tholie churches. Archbishop John J. Milty nounced thnt a public pontifical mass ol requiem for tlie Pope be ottered at next Thursday in San Francisco's Civic Auditorium, Member ot all laitlis will be invited, Pius XII wns jmpal secretary ot stale when lie visited San Fran, Cisco as Eugcnio Cardinal Pacelll in October, 3936. He celebrated mess ih'Si. Mai-y's rode through the City-clad lit his black and red robes. He 'visited the npai'Iy completed San Fran Cisco-Onlcland Bay Bridge and, slandinp; over the bij; center pier, gave it his blessing. Ike Sets Stag Dinner To Get Funds For GOP By ROBERT S. ALLHN WASHINGTON, Oct. dent Eisenhower is personally en- deavoring to raise lunds for the very-needy Republican campaign chest. Foi1 .this purpose Ihe President Is holding a stag dinner at the White House Monday evening for a score o( leading businessmen and bunkers, who will be told about the OOP's strained finan- cial condition. The President is doing ihlg at the urgent request ol National Chairman Meade Alcorn. Last week Alcorn told the Pres- ident the National Committee's cotters are "virtually and llmt is needed for Ihe closing waokl of tlie election battle. "We've already madi! large ra- dio-TV and advertising commit- ments for more money than we have in' Alcorn said. 'Tn addition we need a lot more mon- ey for other essential We are Tar behind our campaign requirements, we need al least another Howard Pyle, former Arizona Governor and now a White House told by the Pi-osi- denl to arrange the unannounced tund raising dinner Monday night. Among those attending Winlhrop Aldrich, former New York hank president and ex-Am- bassador to Britain; Edward, Noble, former radio network president; Clifford Roberts, New" Vm-k investment banker; Sidney Woinbertt, New York investment banker; lormcr Governor Dewey. State To Pay For Levee Job The Stale Division of und the Marysville Levee Com- mission have reached an agree, ment on rocking tlie soutt vllle levw. The state has agreed to roclt 250 feet of Jevce herni, in a set- tlement of the recent dispute ov. er the levee commission's conten- tion that piers in the new E St. Bridge will deflect water so as to damage the south levee. Tlie question of liability for any possible future damage to tha matter which centered dissension in recent negotiation! not mentioned In the agree- ment. Final Dctnlln Engineer H, A. Sherwood1 of State Division of Highways Dis- trict III headquarters In Marys- ville said today the nest slep would be to work out with tha levee commission final details on specifications for the work. Then a permit must be obtained from the State Reclamation Board. It is anticipated, however, that work will be completed by Nov. 15. Sherwood said "very probably" the R. M. Price Construction contractors for 1he overall brings job. would do the rocking. firm already has some rocking, in the Immediate area of tho piers, to do under iu existing contract, Tlie levee commission met tcrdoy afternoon to nags a reso- lution which in effect settled a dispute which has on since mid-August, when the com. mission and Its engineers deter. mined that the angle of the piers was such that Oiey would deflect (Com, on Prfjfff 10, CoL 7) Warner To Villa CANNES, France tUPI) Col, Jock Warner, 65, Hollywood movia magnate, left Cannes Hospital to- day for Riviera villa to coni- plele his recovery from In.furiea raftered In an automobile accident near hero last Aug. S. _   

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