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   Appeal-Democrat (Newspaper) - October 13, 1958, Marysville, California                               YOUR FREEDOM NEWSPAPER 1 Duck Shooting Hours roil TUESDAY Start A.M. Stop P.M. Vrt, Vol. 65-No. 89-99th Year Marysville-Yuba City, California WEATHER Sacramento Valley: Incretfttag with rain likely late tomorrow. High today 80-88, Tuesday 70-78. Low tonight 60-97. Local High yesterday 88, low today 49. MoncUy. October 13) 1958 5IXTEIN PAGES YOUR FREEDOM NIWSPAMR Phom SH 2-6491 Prlei: JO Copy High Court Deals New Blow To Segregationists' IIAND-I'AIVJ'KD ANTr-US I'OSTCRS nutsltir Sliniyaiiif Iiictnry denial US wiimhi in tnvn namr nml n iriitblliiiic rriih nlmul lo lui c nit lied liy thr litinil of lied ('111 UK. Workers limi'il hctkli- HIP iiiilntiiiKH, but glnn prod nt American Stmlun he took this First US Newsman In Mao's Und- Red China Organized To Work And To Hate By JOHN STKOIlfll fopyuuht 0 1938, NKA Son ice, Inc All i'ichls ivsomjd including repioductloti in xvholc or imt'L IsEW China is a nation organized to work and to bale. No human beings have ever talcon on rt more complete mental and physical bon- dage in ordoi1 lo'luap forward into the 20th Century than tho subjects of Mao Jse- tung. Nor has human intelligence over been bnin-washcd into a more violent hatred United States lenders. I have just traveled ficvfc i miles behind the Dumboo 1H M f 1 Curtain which for 10 years has shielded from American view the massive state that calls itself the People's Re- public of Chinn. At tho height of tliu (jncmoy I hnvn ul t n Cf so it it lmtn- Amorlcan thai iKlund1) tn thw mwt nmoto pousatit vil- lage. Wos this n'hat tlio Itod of PelpJnK wiinttil mi! tn whun they granted me n Or illd rhoy my Hlntement tlmt I tvuntoil lt> visit thn nnrl factories of tho New Chlnn tho China I luul first lean 31 so 1 Cntitd report to the of Back home now. I ask myself these questions while sorting out impressions. But the answer is not clear ond it miiy never be, Enough that It hiipponcd thwt I, John Slrohm Illinois, wulh- ed with, only minor incidents in the streets, fields and bLiikimKs of Red China, snapping pictures with four cameras, talking with whom I chosiE nnd visit in g schools, hospitals and landmarks without prior nppolnt- ment. Mdrlnoji For three weeks I traveled, by automobile, boat, train and air plnnc. My d.iys ueKan. at dawn, ended at midniRht. AH hough I saw rnilitnrymen training everywhere to repol the US Marines were expected to storm ashore any dny, I do not believe there Is danger of full- scnle wnr in the t'orrnoMt strait. This backward people has too much to do to hoist IK vnit cx- pandifK hulk upwurds toward imposslhlc socinl nnd m- tiir.tritil goals It cannot nffoi'd war, hut in cocky soK-contidnnce U is wltlms to risk war to Infuse tin npnthct- !c paasanti-y with rial tonal tstic pride lo driw wpary boni1 and mtiscla to accomplish prodigious works. The Communists sav over and over thdt they licked Unele Sam Jn Korea, People who noth- ing of the power oC modern sen anil air fleet chnitei' loudly sind arrogantly that America is.a "IKI- por tiger." Goodwill buno Att dne wlio tnivi'irtl n mi nit tho Cltlnoso iinopln 2L yuiirs IIKU, 1 must report Midly that nar nni'u roiorvnlr of (rooiUi'lIt biillt up In Chlnii hy ijcniiriitkmw of EOIM! ilccils by U.S. nnd H H now iH'Intf I by cumpvtltfn uiiuqiiiiK'il In the history of thu world, 1 arrived at the lull-end or the hate-America demonstration1! in 1 which sont I hive million people coursinft thfouph t ii o i treats shouting "Down with American imperial ism. Ame deans get out of AM in or he But this was no window drcs.s- fng in the capital. Kverywheie in north, central and south China I saw my counts y portrayed as a bloody-fan Red woll, a ruthless and ravaging soldicriov a dollar- bloated Uncle Sam. All evidence of opposition hus ter-n swept away, and of this I will write later. Everyone 1 talked er. house wile, factory manager cr official lectured me on Lhe cvilK of American Imprriullsm. A tnlllllamnii In a Nsiklntf die- lory Nli mi tod hu wui riinil.v tu work or co to thn ho rilto Into my Htumuch to dmmnllze his fnnlJngM tn ttio i Virginia Laws To Be Examined WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 Supreme Court dealt another blow today to Arkansas fiov. Orval K. Fan- bus' school segregation It abio declttal to .took into another rmvjor racial Issue In Virginia. In its first business session of the 1958-59 term, the tri- bunal took these other actions involving racial issues; a hearing to the Delaware Board of tion, which has been ordered to prepare integration plans for seven school districts in Ktmt and Sussex counties. The court action means the board must proceed with the plans. to rcvipw ti lower court ili'eMnn Invii 11 dating 1tvn Lulilsiuna liuvs tilmnd nV hui'risj; NPJii'oiiN frntn fitute-sttininrteil Thit leiivrv tile lowfr court rnllni; Refused lo reconsider its June 30 Action under whli'li Philadel- phia's Girard College remuins an inslitullon lor white Iwys only. Temple Bombed ANTI-US PROPAGANDA nmilc opcnv on 1'eipliifr street w Itli ni'tors (I com 1iHl) John Faster Chhtng Hiil-shoit und president Kiscnlimvcr. Pope Is Buried St. Peter VATICAN CITY (UPI) Pope Pius was buried near tho tomb o( the Apostle Peter today m IL requiem filled with all the pomp and ceremony of tho Ru- in Culholie Church he headed lor more than 19 years. The richly robed body of (ho Rom, in aristocrat wlio became nnp of the greatest popes m the Instoi y  Knowland Soys Hell Beat Brown By Votes LOS ANGELES [UP11 Sen William F, Knowland (R-Calil.) predirlx (hat ho will be elected governor next month hy more Hum votes. In n siiitenienl released Sundny, Knowlnncl said ho expected tbe tide ot victory would sginp; hi? way brcmise ol the record of his Democratic opiwnenl. Attorney General Edmund G. Brown, catching up with As un example, Knowland citec "the way Brown hns dragged his feet lor two years in Wil- liam Bonelli back lo California from He also said he has "a great number of phone culls telegrams and letters front Dem- ocrat s Informing me they will not risk placing the future ol niu in the hands of Brown and his labor boss allies." "I base my opinion that I wll Knowland said, "In part on confident int surveys made avail able i- me. They show that the people are again going to vote for the man, not the City Tax Collector Is Accused CHICO, Oct. 13 (Upn-Tax col. lector Phyllis Brtish, who won (he public appreciation award here last May as the outstanding eily today faced cliarges of embezzling in city funds. Mrs, 40, submitted to ft ie detector lest, then admitted FYiday night to police lliat over the past five months she had pUtc- cd Lax receipts In an office safe and kepi the money herself. JRolice said that discrepancies in icr office accounts were uncover- ed last week in a regular county audit, Consented To Tiisfn II was announced Od, 1 and Mayor Ted Me r torn turned tiie case over lo Police Chief Jim Evans, He called in the siule Criminal Identification and Invcs- .igntion Bureau and Special Agent Harry awlved to take over .nlerrogaiion of suspects and eventually lo conduct Ihe lie dc. lector lest. After three Interrogation ses- sions, Mrs, Brush consented to lake the lie detector test. Officers that when shown results the test, she broke down and con- fessed she had taken the money, but said she Intended lo return it. Mrs, Brush was released on bait nnd was due to be ar- in district court tomorrow. Mayor. Morlam said a special 2, Col. 4) Family Is Destitute Dempsey LeoHorton, 35, of 1 '16 E. KSshth Si., Olwehurst, was booked at (he Yuba County juil yesterday on charges of drunk driving, while his family, fed by neiRhbor1! for a week, sot in an unlimited, unhcaled shack. 1 The jobless sawmiH worker, drawing unemployment cheeks, was an'ested yesterday following a 70-mIlp-ncr hour chase on Old Hwy, 99R, by Yubu County slier- iff's deputies. Morton i-eporterily had spent the day cMnkintf at a Linda tavern, according lo sher- iff's records. Just prior to his arrest. Sher- iffs deputy Los SkHes investigat- ed a compl Hi n I by Horton's neigh- bors that they had been 'the man's wife and four children for a weelt. The neighbors also told the deputy that the gas, lights and water the house had bean shut off for three weeks. The wife and children taken by Skilcs to the Roscua Mission, 318 First St., Marysville. Mrs. Othclia who oper- ates the mission, has undertaken cure of them until other aid can be obtained, The children Include two boys, 9 and 2, and two girls, aged 7 and 4 years. When booked in the county Jail, Horlon asscrtedly had In bit possession.   

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