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   Appeal-Democrat (Newspaper) - October 17, 1958, Marysville, California                               Duck Shooting Hours FOK SATURDAY Start A.M. Stop P.M. Vol. 65-No. 93-99th Year Mnrysville-Yuha City, California WEATHER Sacramento VaJleyt Cloudy Saturday occasional rain likely Chico northward. High today 82-88. Low tonight 54-fiO, Local tem- peratures: High yesterday 86, Ion today Friday, October 17, 195B YOUR FREEDOM' NEWSPAPER Phono SH M491 Prht: MwitMy-Stngto Copy tOc AS JtHl) (UNA J-U-ANS IIVAI MI'SCUIS, tin- loiult still Inlli im tliu Imdii o[ human a.nta, Thcw urn mi n brlilci' pro-ii'H nnrtliwcxl of fur from thi1 limit Wull which built In xnn in nut mmli dilfi'ionl from ladiij's an out mill Inr.mii. Twin Programs Entroduced By Mao- Red China Works Hard To Boost Steel Output JOHN STltOHM C'onjusln W 1958 NJiA Service, Inc All lights icscrvcd, incluclms rcpiotluction in whole 01-part NEW everywhere you go in Reel China your nostrils are assmlcc! by a sulphurous that reminds you of Gaiy or East Chicago. Reel China is out 1o make the "gioat leap fonvanl" in steel production by twin pro- ginms, one old, onfc nciv. In farmyards on school playgrounds, college campuws and vacant lots, the belching vcwt-pockot blast furnaces, of the old way polka-dot the landscape with smcais of smoke. And those who stoke them with hand-crushed ore, coal and limestone are the farmer and his wife, tho srhoolchil- dion and colloRc: kids. Thas did America produce pig iron m the mid-lROO's on myriad "plantations" dose to tho Innd (for-ore) ami tho forest (for charcoal) They are not new to China, but the progum has exploded in Bine. i must li.ivc more thun 1000 nt thCic my tow ot Muo'h domain rcingo Tram three- Feel lo MO ted high their output from 100 pounds to 100 tons daily Red Cliinii s rea- soned tmisly, to s.ivc ti.itispmt, take the fmnacp to Ihu mw ma- leiiiiis (mil only mono I IIP pic iiou lo tho f.icloiy. The umi IIIKS nre fed U> the peat HPW tolling nulls like those I saw Lit lliinkow anil Anchun But Hod Clilna It hy nn mriinu hi'ttlwr ott Its lim It.viml Irtin-mo tigers. At A lie-htm I vhtteit 11 HjiruKHtifi mill uhciu worlcr-rt miiklnc nn jivt-racB nf SSS n mtmlti turn nut 11 lie-third of Iron and nit'ol. 'llioy mine tiicir own ore. got, ncarhy cciul iintf m.iko pig lion, iron iatK stool bctims ami Possibility Of Rain In Tri-County Area The wcHlheinwii continued to indicate a poiiibUity ol Xubii-SuiLoi us CLIVO his weekend predict ions todjy lubme A liny trotwifrf woman   cJcelra-maKiiclU crnnf Ihut lit If 4f) tons of i.uls mid stiicki them us chopsticks, One of the chiel or thii plant gestured with tinn nt tho smoke-pliimtil "The Jiipfinuw ho send. "sn  culluial record oj Ihe GOP made this more ttmn a "give-em-hello" VlRit, Instead ol coming out and Buy- ing fann belt cfindltlani at'c al- iLlbulable to OOP policies, the President said It was a matter ol freedom. "Our termers should always be free to make then own decisions and to use Iiee mnckots to reflect tlie wishes o( produecis and can- to he sjiid. 'Due these praclifcs o( freedom, pi ices BIB going up, "Generally those prices are higher now tli.in when rigid price supports were lust in effect, nel faim Income is up 20 per cent over lust yenr Per eap- ila fai-m income is the highest ever. Gross laim incoms too- will set a now record this year Ihe chief cxcculive suld In his piopared notes for the sneech that he was deeply gi'aldul for gond liarvcsl this year and lor the Improvement In Inrm Incdmes. Snn Kennedy Also Spcuks Then eamc the mosi.tiRc ihat was unmistnlwblc in political over tones: "Then, above all, I ani (Cant, an Pago Chico Boys Die In Hot Rod Race CHICO hot race ended In dcalh foi two Chico boys Thursday. Polite said SUinloy Crane Bobuy Gene SctiullK, both IS, died when then' homemade car struck (i Ifcc nncl Icll apart, Tlicy !ind liecn i.iLlng n cnr di'ivon bv Gil- bert 27, also ol Chlto, Tug Missing SAN-HACiO, Chile (UPf) The tug C-unifinl in misslnt; In norlli ot Cupc the Horn nt Stmlli Americas sotilhera tip, tho Navy annoLintad today. Baltimore-To-Brussels Flight Made In Just Over Seven Hours BRUSSELS, Belgium (UPD The Pan ways Jet Anwtuan World Clipper America Air- llcw From Baltimore to Brussels in Just over seven hours today on a nt'c-uiniigui ai rilfiht that iishcrctl tho United Slates Into tlie com- mercial JcL uge. Pun American said tlie Boeing 707-121 with moic thun 30 notubles tibocicd made llif historic Ilight [ram Frlcndiiliip InlcinitUonal Air- port outside Baltimore io Mais- brook Aii-poi't In 7 and 19 minutes at an tweidgo speed oC r MO miles per hour. A nonchidant woman announcer at Mclabraek proclaimed the ar- rival willi of the these huge jel "The non- scheduled Pun American flight Horn Baltimore hns just Tnrlwlonce Blown Tho flight was made at nn alti- tude ot between and feet ft took ott. from Baltimore at T.5'1 p.m. ed.t, and set 'down htno shorty tiller 8 n m., Bius- sols time, (lying two thirds of the distance in darkness, Pan Araoiicun ofttelals hud honed to muke tlie flight in less than seven houis but the plane ran into turbulence as it ap- proached England and Die bnd wenlher delayed it slightly Among the paswngei's was Juan T, Trlppe, president of Pan Amer- icanTThe pilot on the Bight was Capt. William MOSB. The plane was christened Thurs- day night at Washington National Ahport hy Mrs. Dwilfht D, Klsen- hower who bioke a bottle of (Cant, Col. 2) CAR PLANR IHIRP Air troop mish-liUKleJ nwws Inland's busy Sniillxtrn Stnle I'arkwny nutnltlc BuhyJon, X, mid lilt Uircn ca.ru. Thi> pilnt or the wan not Imdly injtirnl, Imt one liKitnrlut wss tillfftd and six athcrit were burl. thiLt ihlunc's ta.il wt'tlnn has bpcn hrukcil nfl in the landing. Dulles, Chiang Parley Scheduled On Formosa In Budget For Suffer Highways Record Highway Program SACRAMENTO (UPI) The biggest, one-yenr highway con- struction plan in California hh- 1017 totaling well over a half hit- lion dollars, was luld out today by the Highway Commission. The commission disclosed a highway building budget of for ihe fiscal year bcgiiming next July 1 The total highway budget for tiie present fiscal year amounted to The Los Angeles ni'on. with 40 per cent of 'the stale's total pop- ulation, got the biggest chunk of highway funds. Loi County projects with a total es- timated are inc'linied in the new budget. In Die'Sun Francisco Bay Re- gion first conslruciioji funds for the ptualie] Webster St. tube be- tween Oaklnnd and Alumcda aie provided as well us a start on the MacAilhur Ficewoy oil 50. Mtijor Developments South ot San FraiKlsco, projects lor Bayshore Ficewoy m San Ma- leo and Santu Clara counties will complete Bnyshore on a full fice- way basis for 40 miles between the Bay Budge and Sunnyvale, A new eight-lane approach lo the Golden Gate Bridge and further cons (ruction on soutltcm freeway west ot Bayshore also ore provid- ed, Hundreds ol other projects In cvciy county of HIP stale include (Coat, on Pqge 5, Col. Man Sentenced For Extortion SANTA CRUZ (UPfJ-John H Uddy, 56, part owner ot a large Santa Cmr department store and supermarket, has been lined J700 and placed on a year's probation on two charges of attempted ex- tortion Superior Court Judge Gelbcrty Perry, in passing sentence Thurs- day, said "this may not be the best but I am satisfied this crime will pot happen again." Eddy pleaded guilty to both charges of attempting to extort money Irom two confessed shop- I Highway constiuetlon pi-ojecls for Sutler County totalling 000 are, included in the California Highway Commission's budget for the fiscal year beginning next July 1 No projects are included for Yuba County, but sonic right-of-way funds will be rnnde availtible, The commission announced a statewide building budget of for the coming fiscal the biggest one-year high- way consti uction plan in Cali- fornia history. The total highway buoget lor tiic present fiscal year amounted to Most cosily oC three projects pi mined In Suitor Count v in the grading, surfacing and widening of Hwy, AH. fi-om ,7 miles norllKifRobbins to the Sui- ter Bypass. Tills supplements im- provements recently completed on the highway from Bobbins south, Four IJIIICK Of mnjor importance to Yuba City residents is the allocation of to a portion of Onk Hwy The project will include grading, suitacliiR i widening ,R mile of Hwy. from Colusa Hwy, lo 1 mile north ot the Yuba City The thiid project it widening Wadwoilh Caniil Bridge on Hwy 20 west of Yuha City This is eiiimalcd lo cast Kight-of-xvuy funds for Yuba County lotal The main portion Q[ this is lo clean-up mil- s'.anriing i ighl-of-way expendi- lines in connection with the new E St. Bridge over the Yuba River, it was explained Sutler Counly was allocated flTd.OOO for ligMs-nf-way. This is niincipaily (o continue buying land for widening Hwy. 20 be- tween Acaeia Ave. (at Suitor) and Yulwi City, Butter Grade and pave lo widen U.S 99E The Esplanade in and north of Chioo 1o four Junes be- tween Big Cliico Creek and Limto Canal. oC way, WASHINGTON Oct 17 (UPI) Slate Department suld to- day that Secretary ot State John Eosier nulles will fly lo For- mosa next Wednesday   entire range ot problems In the Formosa crisis with nurticulcir emphasis on the slue ot Chiang's garrisons on tho off-shore islands, the and Malsu. pHlrh Up Dirftrencet The U.S. wiinu Chiang to re- these garrisons lor military reasons mid not, as'a political con- cession to the Communists. Dulles is expected to try to nalch between US. and Nationalist govern- ments on mcosmes to avet't war. with Communist China In For- mosa Strati. The U.S, wan Is Chiang to re- duce the ot his garrison on Quemoy Island, to gunrantce he will not make r.ildi against the mainland, and gener- ntly to give the Communists no excuse Cor charging him and nil U.S. ally wilh provocative acts. Diplomatic sources said Chiang wiH seek a fit in, public pledge ot U.S. support hi defeiwe of the off. shore islands. This will be difficult for Dulles lo give, however, because thn President is authorised by Con- gress to defend such "related anas" us the offshore isliinds only I ['an nswuill'on them apiicurs lei lx> pail ot'an attack aimed ftt I'ormosa anc! the Pescadores, President Eisenhower hus insist- ed he could not mttkp his deter, inlnatlon far in Qtlv.ince of the ac. tual Communist attack. 000. ReconsttMct and widen Route 45 between n point 3li miles south ot Grimes and Leven St. In Grimes, i-ighls of way, Glenn: Construct CHUVSway across Sncramenlo River over- flow cliBiiticl between Cordnra Four Coiners lo Butte Cily Bridge, rights oi. way, mid Pliiorr; Complete 5.7 miles of four-lane freeway on US. 40 between Hampshire Rocks and Soclu Springs, 000 plus In the 195B- 56 budget. Nevadu: Grade, pave and struc- tures for 10.3 miles of fouiMjne U. W between Sodu Springs and (lie cnnt end of Dnn- ner Lake, gi'adc, pave and structUfcs for 3 7 miles of four-lane freeway on U, S. 40 IK- tween the oust end ot Donncr Lulte (Coat, ait Pup Jt Col. I) Ancient Jars Found In China CHIBA. Jupim archcologists rcnoncd todny tlie finding of eight ancient em-then jius they mid may be the oldest in the world. Scholars ot Tokyo and uni. versliies said the jars may be more than years old. They planned chemical leMs lo conlirni their eallinatcfi. Tlie oldest known cailhcnwaw discovered so far is reported ta be a find in Egypt. Gorfield Son Dies CLEVELAND (UPI) Ateam Onrfield, S5, a son ot ihe Into President Jnmes A. Cm-field and n leading ai-chttod, died day. He the last of the piesldenl's seven children. NEWSPAPERflRCHlVE   

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