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Eureka Humboldt Standard (Newspaper) - August 6, 1962, Eureka, California I Old St Joe Hospital For Development f and fm and morning te S warmer today Hlsh today S winds today Tuesday u hour amount j 0 To season To thh date tail season i 0.15 dale 012 Lowest 53 a p m Duplex Due Af Site Of Landmark Old SI Joseph hospital mark and F streets for more than half a century and more recently a white elephant in the hands of the Board of Edu cation will fall before the crs hammers starling next week William D Forbes real estate broker who purchased the erty from the schools at an tion several months ago said this morning he plans to construct a duplex on the corner in a development Chairman Mathew Santino of the board auctioned the property off as is for This was decided to be the cheapest way out after bids on demolition were opened and showed the low figure to be in excess of Two lots involved 120 by 122 feet Given to District The building was given school district by Ernest Pierson contractor with the thought thai it could be used for tion offices When investigation showed the remodeling costs would prove excessive it was posed to burn the old place down in a training course for city firemen This proposal was rejected how ever due to the hazards and the board decided to advertise for bids Board bers then decided receiving 550 was a better deal than paying to have the two lots cleared and then attempting to make use of the vacant property When the property was ed as a gift by a former boart of education Santino warned it was a white elephant Forbes said this morning he had entered into a contract with the Bay Construction Co to demolish the old building starting Aug 15 Forbes in addition to his real estate business is president of the Corporation We're going to put the lot back into the d i s t r i c he declared and in addition to the duplex we hope for a nice house next door Forbes said that from what he has learned the old hospital was constructed in 1908 MONDAY EVENING AUGUST 6 1962 Of F SHORE WEATHER From Cape Blanco to Point Winds mostly west to northwest Knots today tonight and Tuesday but southerly knots Cape northward Overcast and local A lew showers In extreme north today HUMBOLDT BAY TIDES Pacific Daylight Time Dl Ft P.M Ft Ft P.M Ft 5 1.2 t 4.1 2.4 0.4 2.9 IQc Per Copy 28 Pages Today i MARILYN E DEATH BY SUICIDE TEAM Blaze Destroys Lumber In Struck Yards TUOLUMNE UPI A huge pre-dawn fire destroyed lumber in three warehouses of ring Lumber Corp in and posed a to town Firemen from as far away as Oakdale 40 miles from fought the blaze which broke out at 4 The fire Was contained in the lumber yard bul firemen said a change in wind could send it out of the yar into the town Between 10 and 12 million board feet of lumber stored in the houses were destroyed by the blaze which was visible through a wide area Twenty engines and an 150 men were battling fire No injuries were reported The warehouses part of the West Side division Pick ring Corp have been idle since April 19 due lo a by mill workers Arthur Miller Will Not Attend Monroe Funeral Conn UPI Playwright Arthur Miller whose marriage to tress Marilyn Monroe ended in divorce last year said today he was dreadfully shocked by the news of her death Miller who has since ried said In a trembling voice at his farm hero that he had not been In touch with his former wife for a year He said lo go lo Los An gclcs for her funeral I'm not he said ingly She's really not there any I'm 1 not appropriate lo mourn her that way more would ooo Ma Sees as New On For Ban he SAN UPI -A UPI appeal to the U S Foreign Minister Valerian a Court was expected to be said today lhat an American on today by attorneys for in position on the number murderer Elizabeth Ann on-site inspections necessary to scheduled to die Wednesday a nuclear lest ban trealy vn San Quentin's gas us greal hope for a Attorney S Ward Sullivan the documents for the new came after should be ready today United States told we'll have to locale a justice Conference the Supreme Court and ask resumption of nuclear for a stay of execution while underlines the urgency for petition for certiorari review quick agreement on a 1 the full court is being ban he said 1 Mrs Duncan 58 is Soviel delegate virtually re- to leave Corona Women's the new American position Tuesday for the motor trip of a most 500 miles to San before it was formally to the conference She will be accompanied by said U S Ambassador Ar- 11 nurse and two San H Dean had spelled out t American thinking to him She and two farm a preliminary fashion e Luis Moya 28 and Augustine donado 23 were condemned will of course give U the murder of Mrs American position a pregnant daughter-in-law Zorin sail e Duncan 30 Mrs Duncan we have no great hopes for 3 found guilty of hiring the United States is continuing lo men to slay the wife of her lo old principles which are d Frank in acceptable x Sullivan said he and other broad ou had been working on of the American change in new appeal since Thursday formulated last week i e Gov Edmund G Brown and by President Kenned s California Supreme Court both his during a moves to spare Mrs meeting Sunday They another meeting today Sullivan said his appeal to is opposed to any high court was based on the in a lesl ban treaty points as the petition denied the conference week by the stale Supreme morning Dean told the that Mrs that the new Soviet series was under heavy dosages of Sunday was drugs at her thai tests in all trial and unable to cooperate should be prohibited as defense attorneys soon as possible Sherri Pleads I Abortion In STOCKHOLM An operation will become a i ican mother pleaded for an one abortion today on Has Reports grounds she will suffer a in the hands of the breakdown if she bears a whose Mrs formed refused to are re- Mrs Sherri Finkbine of from Iwo American nix Ariz asked a Swedish and three American tor to appeal on her behalf to urging the termination of state medical board which has pregnancy power to terminate a psychiatric reports state if it could lead to mental Mrs Finkbine would be in The television of menial collapse if she former ears her unborn baby lo carry the baby the full been crippled because she the tranquilizer thalidomide in if she had a mental vulnerable early stages of what would be the effect our other four Thousands of malformed before his wife left been born to mothers her many countries who used the Finkbine will have lo un- before tragic effect on the examinations by Swedish man foetus was to confirm American Took 30 All reports will then My wife look 30 tablets submitted to Dr Kurl her doctors in America of the abortion bureau of there is a 20 to 80 per cent slate medical board for lhat the baby would be sold Mrs husband bert seems incredible anyone would want us to gamble on those Day To Pay The flow here Sunday from Los Angeles after they ind failed to an Taxes In Arizona and had run that today is the last ble gelling a visa for Japan Mrs Finkbine Immediately to pay city taxes penally was given this Hie Swedish by Oily Finance who Is handling her cnse The office will because she Is in the open until 5 p m of her pregnancy and unless or the axes may bo abortion cnn be performed In the postmark before next few days now is a Mysterious Facts No Suicide Note Found Beautiful Slar Reached For HOLLYWOOD suicide team of specialists will pro the last days of tempestuous Marilyn Monroe to determine the star took her own life wilh an overdose of drugs the coroner office announced today The body of the beautiful blonde will be held at county morg while the consultants study the case to be certain scientific fac are discovered The star's half sister Mrs nice Miracle Gainesville Fla notified local authorities s planned to come to Hollywood help with funeral She said she would arrive soon as possible but asked th Joe DIMaggio Miss Monroe's fo mcr husband begin making rangements No suicide note was found an here was nothing to indicate 11 was due to suicide poll said The figure on which she ros o stardom was found stretche across the bed of her mode home her lifeless han gasping a telephone Marilyn's lasl act read ng for a bedside telephone w symbolic of her ears of late In as in life Marilyn wa liable lo be on lime The blonde glamor girl's life ess fingers were found on Ih when her T Ralph Greeson using a fire lace poker smashed Ih window of her Brent home to discover the hortly after 3 Sunday morn An empty which had con as many as 50 was found in the room here the body lay 01 e bed but a champagne colored blanket She was pronounced dead ai 50 a m by Dr Hyman srg Los Angeles County Coroner leodore Curphey said an disclosed Miss Monroe dice om an overdose of drugs but e refused to comment whether eath was suicide or accidental The shocking suddenness of her ath ended Marilyn's 10 year ign as Hollywood's sex goddess id wrote finish to an led story of her rise from r waif to the movie heights Friend's Views Split Friends took two points of view me said the wiggling whisper- star was despondent over her career and had lost con- il of herself Others said she as cheerful and hopeful of the ure Dean Martin who was lo ve wilh her earlier is I'm sure it was an accident e was at my home a few days o and she was happy She was excellent spirits and we were aking plans lo resume re She was a warm person who never hurl e bul herself The picture was t.To which Miss mroe was fired last Juno for ronic truancy t was believed this action by h Studios the t leading to and insomnia for ilch she ordered the falal pills i lie actress mother kcr Eley is an Inmate of a which she entered nny years ago following a us collapse Monroe was alone In death as she had been most her life She was born out of June 1 1926 in Los Angeles Ge eral Hospital Her father a Da ish immigrant named Morte disappeared wilh Marilyn's half sisters before she was bor Raised In Foster Homes Twelve days after her birt and wilh the name of Norm Jeane Baker she o lo a foster one of man she was to know during her fo mative years But at the age of 8 when th suffered a collapse litt Norma Jeane was placed in a orphanage When she reached 10 Marily again was sent packing to a su cession of foster homes where sh for her meager meals At 16 she escaped the drudgery of fosler home life by marryin aircraft worker James Daugherty now a Los Angeles policeman heir stormy union lasted our years before Marilyn sough divorce Dark haired and unsure of her elf Marilyn moved into the Stu io Club an organization for hope ul actresses She changed he ame and through the efforts o gent Johnny Hyde landed bi arts in second rate movies Admitted Calendar Pose She played a supporting role in Asphalt Jungle and shortl hereafter burst to fame by ad milling she had posed in nudi r a calendar 20th Studios er lo a long-term contract and Monroe was launched as superstar She starred in six pictures in 952 including ant Prefer Blondes In 953 it was How to Marry a and River Of No By now her fan as pouring in al tellers a eek As her popularity grew Mari- n's personal dispair increased In 1954 she married former ew York Yankee star Joe Di- nine months In g for a divorce she said they lad nothing to talk about Early in formed her vn motion picture company in spes of furthering her career hen thai venture proved she accepted a role in Jus Slop and laler a ng role with Laurence Oliver in The Prince and the Showgirl olh pictures were panned by the Convinced her career was Conlinued on Page 15 Stocks Mixed On New York Market NEW YORK UPI Stocks mixed today Sleds and motors wore little angod and chemicals were firm featuring a big jump American Viscose on news it 11 be taken over by ilch showed liltle change Most the International oils shaded actions An overdose of barbiturates today had ended the life of Marilyn Monroe sex symbol for a generation of can males Marilyn was found dead in her bed Sunday and police listed her if death as an apparent suicide This was one of the gorgeous blond's favorite pictures taken at a premier in New York in 1959 Kennedy Returns To While House Ready To Send AEC Nominations To Congress Columbia University Kennedy according to sources also sent the French government his formal re- quest for approval of Charles E Chip Bohlen as the new U S Ambassador to Paris succeeding James M Gavin whose tion was announced last week Bohlen is a veteran career lomat and is regarded as a top expert in Soviet Russia His pre- vious ambassadorial posts ed Moscow and Manila Submission of his name to the French is diplomatic WASHINGTON UPI ent Kennedy to thi hile House today from of on Capi od after bidding his wife ant aughter goodbye prior to for a pleasure trip to aly The President's plane nearby Andrews Air Force ase following a one-hour om Otis Air Force Base Mass the family's summer Hyannis Port He then flew by helicopter to point near the White House ore than 500 persons saw off at Otis Mrs Jacqueline Kennedy who s been vacationing several eeks at Hyannis Port planned fly lo New York later aughter Caroline 4 will join r there Tuesday a few hours fore they take off for two weeks Italy's scenic Amalfi Coast Im F Kennedy Jr 1 will end the two weeks with his grandmother Mrs Hugh Auchinloss at Newport R I In one of his first official acts the week Kennedy was ex- cled to send to the Senate his of two new members the Atomic Energy m Us selections were James T staff director for the inl Congressional Atomic En- ry Committee and John 0 y member of the AEG legal ff in and now dean of College the men's cosmonaut Titov liberal arts school of routine before a formal tion is sent to the U.S Senate Over the weekend Kennedy sent an urgent request to man James 0 Eastland of the Senate Judiciary for a long series of lo federal powers in ing wilh such experimental drugs as The amendments recommended ay the President would restore to the so-called Kefauver drug of die tough federal powers aken out of the measure while being considered by Eastland's committee Hisge High Altitude Blast Reopens Red Atom Tests MOSCOW UPI Soviet resumed nuclear testing wilh a tremendous explosion near Arctic stand of Novaya but the people were not told il through their newspapers ind radios The institute at Sweden estimated the orco in the range of 40 mega- of 40 million tons if it probably the mosl powerful explosion ever set off Dul today Soviel news outlets on the first iary of the flight of and sang praises of Russia's into space for ex- peaceful purposes At same time the Soviet Communist party newspaper da denounced enemies of peace trying to turn outer space into an arena of aggression Is it not true that this Is proved by the explosions staged In Pravda asked The only explosion to exceed Sunday's test in force was sia's giant blast last fall which was estimated at over 50 mega- tons That blast occurred during the Soviet series that broke the three-year East-West moratorium on testing Friends Of MM Grieve Feel Shock HOLLYWOOD UPI world personalities and millions of ordinary movie and television fans experienced a chock wave of sadness today as an of sudden death of blonde screen star Marilyn Monroe News of Miss Monroe's death an overdose of sleeping pills flashed around the world even piercing Iron Curtain and crossing the Berlin wall In Moscow the Soviet News agency Tass reported the death in a brief dispatch from New York The East German news agency ADN devoted four lines to a story thai said Miss roe died from an over- dose oE sleeping pills Clark Gable's was one of the first to learn of blonde beauty's Gable and Miss shock wave of sadness today as Monroe in its adapted from playwright Arthur Miller's story It was the last picture for both the famed stars I heard the flash over the air at 7 said Kay Gable And I went to Mass and prayed or her Death Stuns Martin Typical of the reactions at the level was that of actor Dean Martin a close friend I just can't believe it 1 just an't believe he said She a wonderful person and a Marlin was Miss Monroe's lar in film Got o Give The old actress fired and the film shelved of her frequent absences rom the set French actor Yves Montand starred with Marilyn in Let's Make Love and was with her romantically said St Paul de Vence France was a good most woman in the movie world I was happy and proud to ork with Montand said Her death affected me as it hurt I those people who applauded er Suicide is a terrible drama itself It is even more so when concerns a woman and what The most adored and e unhappiest too Actress Susan Strasberg a ose acquaintance of Miss e said in Rome She was an tremely talented woman who as just beginning to do the ings she wanted to do She anted to work in the theater id Miss Strasberg was un- to contain her grief and mid not go on Arc Grief-Stricken Her parents Paula and Lee rasberg who coached Miss in drama at their New ork Actors Studio were ricken also Strasberg preparing to fly om New York to Hollywood for e funeral said For us n was a friend a col- ague a member of our family it is difficult to accept iat her zestful life been by this dreadful accident Comedian Allen said Marilyn's death lould lead us to ponder the values that a our way of life She bad id money after which we are tight to lust But they led the
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