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Appeal-Democrat (Newspaper) - October 10, 1958, Marysville, California Duck Shooting Hours FOB SATURDAY Start A.M. Stop P.M. Vol. 65-No. 87-99fh Yeir City, California WEATHER Sacramento Valley: Fair through Satnrfoj mnd probably Sunday. High today and Sat- urday Low tonight 55-60, Local tem- peratures: High yesterday 93, low today 59. Friday, October 10, 1958 TWENTY PAGES YOUR FREEDOM NEWSPAPER FFiMia SH 24491 Prkt; IVHOOKTC! MKAT FOB THE TABU'; Such plot tm lliiq nro not unc iiivi mi In tim Vu tin-Suitor area, and uitnrixls ulll luuc their .ilmliriKi in liunrt long ImLnrts tho sun Ininarrmv iHiiraltijc llu'y wait tor tho wntitrtowl tea ion officially In lie Kin. Shooting tlnu'S niu onu hit It hour bu- (Plioto b> W. G. VI T faro sunrise and nt nunset, Flsli tiinl piuni1 Nhuiv HII liicroiisi! uvor llui rucord tnko nt In Sutler IK Yiibti imd Suttov Onuntles nrc located In tha inlildie ot Hie Ptvolflc Klyvvny ruglan, tliu only in an liicrt'asc In wntcrfoivl Is tlih (wasun. Thousands Of Hunters Arrive For First Day Of Duck Season _ mf J __________________ To Vatican VATICAN' CITY, (Id II) fL'PD Popo Pius XII ii'UiniccI m death to Vnticun (.My toniKht, nioiunccl by milllnn.s uncl luinui'ccl with nil rlic ol Ho- mur Catholic Church. Thf body of the Lite pontiff nuSM'd the border inlu jlir tiin State at dusk was U was boi'tie in ,i lonx
Ixiit fur thu tuintlug uL unter- fou I, I r (i 111 tho CnJl torn ill itnd Uiinir Di'jmrtmeltl tluit .I.UIKMIIH) ilut'ltH kilted In tln ed. But In most bus Incise a, banks and other financial IrisMUiLions, there will bo no Monday cloning In Marysvilto and Yuhfi Clly. In the two counties, tliP nrhimlK will continue In session Mntiriny, The Appeal-Democrat will be published as usuul. Reds Hit Test Halt Proposal UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (UPI1 Soviet Union today attacked a U. S.-Brltish Jor one- yoar moratorium on nuclear weap- ons tests to begin when Uilks on the subject open in Geneva, Oct. 31 Soviet Deputy Forojgn Minister Vtilerui Zonn sajtl country was ready to agree to suspend tests "for all time." But he dei'idad tho Anglo-American otter loi1 an un- conditional test suspension lor a yeitr. lie said the U, a and British slatcmonls on tins "are In effect negative." Zarm nuidc It obvious thul, as Citizens To Study Schools Now members arc liclne souglil [m1 a rcEKUviitcd Mtii'yiivilla Union I-IiRh School Ad- visory Cotnrrtittca. Decision la Ktrcngthen the committee and plotjir'atiidji pto- giam on general school iasuoi In- eluding such things us ihc future locations, of both Marysville Union High School 6 2 percent, Tho utalowldc olf- Rradc was G.I percent compared to (i percent last yoar, Stockton re- ported 5.4 percent oil grade and Visalia 5.8 percent. Significant is that for the second yoar ol the nrw random grading syniem Ihe oU-gratto has been higher than before the chansc- over. Buloie tlie change the off- Rrnde was reported statewide at percent In 19Fi6 and 45 percent in IBIj'i. However, the tolcrnncc has bcon inurensefi from 10 lo L5 percent. SliahbEimn, cuonomlil lor the state Bureau ol told growers last night lhat ory Board members and commit- toemcn selected (ills fall will serve until June 30, IMC, whon tho present throe-year marketing or- der expires, Roy Norcen and Bliss Williams tied last night in a light vote (or nomination us Advisory Boiirct member lor Zones 4 and 5, Tho growers present agreed to submit the names In Agncultutfi Director W, C. Jacobson who will choose one as delegate arid one as alter- nate, Reserve nominee for bomtl memher will be Rodney Vertrrcs. Milton Taylor wns nominated as member and James Brown lions, John Phinkclt, representing he bank, told the commifislon .hat the rejection of the variance vould delay construction of the umk it least five niontlis and night result in ihe building not >eing conit rucled at all.
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