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Appeal-Democrat (Newspaper) - October 15, 1958, Marysville, California VOUR FREEDOM iiall NEWSPAPER Duck Shooting Hours FOR WEDNESDAY Start a.m. Stop p.m. Vol. 65-No. 91-99th Year Marysville-Yuba City, California WEATHER Sacramento Valley: Ealr through Ttuuwday, High both days 84-94. Low tonight 48-58. Local temperatures; High yesterday 89, low today 48. Wednesday, Oclobw 15, 1958 TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES YOUR FREEDOM NEWSPAPER SH 2-6491 Met; Monthly-Singh Copy Tlir; MIMIS OK CHINA, n Rlrl Ircturur tit n fiirm Pnl.nl plot ntiur Tientsin ilu a pace (hat makes Russia look like it's sUmdfng slill. Tbey are In- toxicated with the Ihrlll of run- ning their own show they're no Russian stooges. Thu RnsslmiN, ivlth llicir torprnterM tinging Itlnnp, nro IIH "fornlgn" lioro the Ilrltlnh nr this rorrusiMinildnt. In Fui- plttK HO, 000 IlutMinn teclinlelitnH II In their nnta nittsMo the old Wilted City. Tlioy oven hni'o their own to p.m. and lrom lo r wo1'" Marx (juolarl In p.m.) Icir Idndcrpai'lon l'lan on any trip to thmugh Ihe sixth grade nest year.) (Cow. ow i'aga 12, Col, 5) Sting Kills Man MUSKECJON, (DPI) Doctors said 28 year old Louis McPhcrson died from shock Tues- day alter slung litm. Ike Hits Policy In Campaign WASHINGTON (UPI) Presf. dent Eisenhower today sharply criticized the cnvolvcmcnt ot American foreign policy In poli' ties. lie said tliut he agreed with tot- mer President Truman that Jor- eign jMlicy should be kept out ol the election year battles between the two parties, Eisetilrower told a press confer- ence Hint he realised the Inevita- bility ol charge and counter- chin 'Re during u political cnro- imlgn but lhat he still deplored pur I is mi qunrreling over foreign iwlicy. Tlia President's remarks were prompted by recent squabbling among both Democrats nnd Re- publicans who accused each other ot inieclinB Ihe administration's Fur Bust foreign noiiry into the oleriion campaign. The chief executive also made these points: described Ihe recent bomb- ings of Jewish synagogues Ihe woL'k of Hoodlums and latter-day Al Clones and thought it was u complete insult that on occasion the bombei's described themselves its members of Die Confederate underground, indicated thai he fell pt'C- (Cont. on Pant 2, Cot, 6} Crippled Atlanta Salesman Held As Suspect In Temple Bombing ATLANTA (UPI) -A crippled salesman who kept pencllcd'draw- ing of the swastika and an- tl-scmitic literature has been booked lor suspicion In the bomb- Ing ol the Jewish temple hero, po- lice records disclosed todny. Wallace H. Allen, 32, identified as being one of five men who at- tended n strategy session last May 5 lor the bombing, wan in jail, Ife denied he was implicated in blasting of the torn- In their roundup of suspects, All until rleteullves also found a crude letter threatening Atlanta's Jewish communily willi "a terrify- ing experience." Allen was held for suspicion ot violating a law that could bring 20 years in prison or possibly execu- tion ton bombing buildings within city limts. Four other persons were under arrest for suspicion of vagrancy In tlie temple bombing. Detectives W. K. Pen-y, C. J. Strickland and M W, Blnckwcll said they visited Allen's Itomc in Ihe Atlanta north side lind found drtiwJngs and atili-Scm- lllc literature, "If It's the bombing you're to- tcresled in, t don't know anything about the balding Alien told police, "I've never even seen u slick of dynamite." Detective Copt. R, E. Little dis closed discovery of the threat let- ter warning1 of "n terrifying ex- the Jewish com- munity, It was written prior to the temple bombing, Little said. One of, tlie suspects being held wus a woman. Detectives, working fast to close out the case tare, were also try- ing tn determine how much It was lied in with n large-scale, si tile operation of anti-Semitism and terrorism. Final Decision Up To President; Army Indignant WASHINGTON, Oct 15 Elseihowor said today he himself will make the final decision on the controversial move by the new civilian space agency to lake ovejr Aimy missile scientists including br. Wernher von Brauii. Indignant Army officials were reported preparing di- rect appeal against the move the President A spokes- man, for T, Keith Glennan, head of the new civilian agency, raid "no decision has been made" font acknowledged that various transfers from the Army were under considera- tion. At his news conference to- day, Eisenhower said no dr- cision has yet been taken on transferring and facilities to the new agency, Asked Nbout that Glenn nit plum tit over UK> Army program, thn Prerident he
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