Eureka Humboldt Standard in Eureka, California
7 Sep 1953

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7 Sep 1953

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Eureka Humboldt Standard (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Eureka, California Offshore weather from Capo Blanco to Point Conception weft to Northwest wind 10-20 mph. Today tonight and tuesday. Fog or Low overcast Clearing locally in the afternoon. Humboldt Bay sept. Tides it. it. it. . It. . It High Low 7 11 46 1.4 11 26 57 5 31 0j 1 40 14 Humboldt Stanfor arb weather forecast for Eureka and Vicinity Cloudy or foggy today tonight and tuesday with partial afternoon Clearing. Not much change in temperature. Light to gentle variable winds mostly northerly during the daytime. Temperature 24 hours ending 5 30 a. In. 45�?50. Rainfall. 24 hours. T to Date this season. Ai to this Date last season. ,�2 Normal to Date. .30 Sunrise 0 40 a. In. Sunset 7 40 p. In. Vol. 81�?no. 214 Eureka. California. Monday evening. September 7, 1953. 10c Par copy 20 pages today Tot smothered to death in Auto musicians local no. 333 top was one of the bands which today provided stirring music As thousands marched through the downtown streets of Eureka in the traditional labor Day Parade w hich included floats marching units and huge pieces of working equipment. The Parade set off the labor Day festivities with a free Barbecue being served at noon at Sequoia Park followed by a concert and program. In the lower picture is seen one of the Many floats viewed by spectators this morning. This one was arranged by the retail clerks local 154. Eisenhower lauds . Labor Truman blasts Gor policies by United Tress former president Harry Truman Long time ally of a they mock the false Insinna a Tion that economic Well being can Here weather a Here elsewhere Trio stranded 24 hours after Beach Landing an Oregon Pilot and his two passengers were Safe in Eureka today after a nerve wracking thrill parked weekend during which time they made a forced Landing on a narrow strip of Beach with a 10-minute fuel Supply and were stranded 24 hours without food. 40 Miles South of Eureka at big Flat an isolated Beach area. I the plane a four passenger Piper a spacer a was Enro Ute to san Francisco from Eugene Oregon when it was forced to make an emergency Landing saturday morning five Miles North of shelter Cove on a lonely strip of hard i packed dirt just off the Beach. Pilot of the plane was Henry Wedemeyer of Eugene a student at the University of Oregon the two passengers were or. And mrs. John Reardon Ages 32 and 28, 4also of Eugene. After being stranded More than 24 hours the Trio was Given Aid by local Pilot Les Pierce who a heard of their plight through the Caa at Arcata Airport and the jul. S. Coast guard Samoa. The following account was Gilt in by Pierce and passenger John 1 Reardon a student at the uni verify of Oregon. Khlot Wedemeyer and his two passengers were on their Way to a wedding at san Francisco when they discovered their plane was nearly out of fuel somewhere in land Over Humboldt county. Immediately they made for the coast. When they came Down out of an overcast North of shelter Cove they had about to minutes Worth of fuel left. They saw a thin strip of land along the coast and knew they would have to land. The Landing was made safely but the party saw no sign of life with the exception of a fishing boat some distance out to sea Reardon said they did t know this area at All so they deter Oregon Pilot Henry Wedemeyer i of Eugene demonstrates for the photographer How he made a forced Landing saturday along a lonely Beach area. Passengers or. And mrs. John Reardon also of Eugene look on. The Trio Enro Ute from Eugene to san Francisco saturday was stranded at big Flat for 24 hours before a local plane came to their Aid. They had Only a 10-minute fuel Supply when they made the Landing. See Story apparently caught in her a wit bedclothes while Lynn in the Back seat of the family automobile Mardi Colleen Short nine months old infant daughter of or. And mrs. George a. Short of blocks guru. Was smothered to death this morning. According to Deputy Coroner Ray f. Allen and Deputy sheriff a. J. Black who investigated the Case the baby was left in the car while her parents were in a restaurant at Garberville about i a. In. She was discovered by her father upon his return to the car at which time she appeared to he dead. Short rushed her to the Garberville medical Center but she was pronounced dead upon arrival there. The body was removed to the Hunter and Wise mortuary in Fortuna where funeral arrangements Are pending. One other child survives a sister Georgic six years old. Gor Leader hit As per Center Gigantic Parade features labor Day program bulletin news both sides air round the world charges of pow holdouts Rands floats and mined to Contact the fishing boat groups this morning. Of f Ufa her was 0�� Quot in Western for help. There was Little fuel and through the city1, downtown Dis for Gani Zed labor stepped out of Freedom 1 the chief sex 0ron and Washington la food the in it Tyr a stayed All it toy Rrt 14 die in fire Chicago Oia a a tenement fire Early today killed at least 14 marching persons and police said three oth paraded or were a unaccounted i to and Iasi r i me at a j a a1 a private life and a self imposed 3cd�� ecu Tive said. A it speak Day at a big rally silence today to Al Cio labor Detroit. The motor City speech was the a give Mem hello tradition of or. Truman a 1948 and 1952 political campaigns. Or. Truman sailed Back into the political Arena today with the charge that the Republican administration is helping big business at the expense of the rest of the people. The former chief executive. An Aroma who steadfastly has refrained injured in the chief exp they Are the final night but not much change saturday and slept in the plane answer to those who preach free Northern California according to in saturday night As Eureka joined in wide Observance of labor Munson Korea or a both Al least six of the dead were de Quot the completed prisoner Small children. Some of the vie Exchange believed today a City time All negroes were kill cd in some of their men were being Day. Their bedroom by the emotive against their will. In a we stuffed two bottles with the huge Parade in which thous names and others died As they Dom and practice slavery who the weather Bureau. Overcast to notes asking for food and at least excuse terror and accession in d and tuesday a it some Par is Gallons of fuel and then Leav the name of concern for the very Washington up democrats demanded today that % House armed services subcommittee publish a fall the. Facts about a secret investigation wry sch linked a prominent local Republican to an attempted a four per cent Deal on a Navy munitions contract. Rep. Potter w. Hardy said the subcommittees findings at closed door hearings last june and july a show clearly that neither political party has a monopoly on influence he said he and other democratic members we ill insist at a that subcommittee tentatively scheduled for tuesday that the full transcript of the hitherto secret hearings be made Public. Authoritative information about workers whose lives they Arcata Hurt in traffic mishap. _ i authoritative United nations one of the Fawn upper win sources a did they have acumen the hearings made available to ing mrs. Reardon behind chanced Fra term Day pro Fram tial afternoon Clearing. _. Another Takeoff sunday morning led by a detachment of motor Forest fire danger ratings to. Ii a 4 dropped the bottles near the Cycle police and headed by dec Day were High in All districts fishing boat. Then we landed at said were nigh in with temperatures up and humid the same spot and waited Ity Down. According to the Fores passenger Reardan. Try service temperature readings we seriously Albuquerque Cheyenne. Man an automobile Acet policies since he left the sunday it was Learned today. The a Hite House on Jan. 20, accused California Highway patrol also the Eisenhower administration of up port Ltd a number of other week a 4 Kaalt tent i a Denver Eureka Medford operating a on the theory that if big business is Well off enough of its wealth and income will trickle Down to the rest of the population to keep the system a this administration has raised interest rates All across the Board a or. Truman said. A that May be to the Benefit of the Mon. A lenders but it surely does Hurt a the rest of the people. He said it hurts the Veteran in end collisions no fatalities. With injuries but red Bluff neck injuries in the Rio Dell mis City Hap. Hospital authorities at Scotia Gan Francisco Ous but that he was a a improving Spokane High Low 89 61 .76 48 81 50 .72 56 65 59 60 58 105 75 .79 60 93 62 84 47 84 56 93 59 69 58 .73 59 .87 60 the fishing boat the Marie a a san Francisco Moa who in turn notified Caa station at Arcata Airport Turney Charles ands marched was _ to Pra 1,0 in a up Fer win tary evidence proving the com reporters Over the weekend a so munits Are holding Back Allied showed that a principal figure prisoners possibly hundreds. Was Warren l. Stephenson a plane. Pilot missing these sources said they saw lit Washington socialite who travel Concord or a Robert s. Tie Hope of Ever getting Back any de last fall on president Eisen Woolsey 32, of Berkeley was of these prisoners. Howerts Campaign train and later a a Julie Fatale Albin t Nihn swrptarv1 missin8 today on a flight from piping radio voice of comm became executive Secretary of the Craft of the Central labor Council of Concord to san die a calif., and nist China charged the allies presidential inaugural committee. At a Humboldt other labor officials. Iju with hold a Back my re than 100 t and Tim Tat led the sch the. Envied of the. At f,owt1 but to because his flan chinese prisoners accused of Pas tired around testimony that a i. _ _ Cee refused to marry him immedi in in and a a rim. Stephenson offered to help a Cali rated cars carrying mayor George c. Jacobs other City of Scully of san the Les Pierce flying service was Francisco the Parade was Greet Cec refused to marry him immediately. Woolsey rented a $25,000 contacted and Pierce in a Cessna with de with a a Way. Following the leading Section. La also injured in the same mis a was Melba Pavolich of Hayward California. She was the buying a House or starting a bust re Rwjr of the other or it she we a Ness a and the Small Buster Man injured seriously. Needing credit to expand As Well a Ean whip a the Patro off said there were a number of other As the taxpayer paying interest on the Public debt. A it is a perfect example of that discredited old trickle Down accidents investigated sunday but said there were no reports on burglars raid three places Eureka police today were seeking thieves responsible for Bur _. Applause All 180, flew to the scene a and food. Pierce flew the Reardon a to Eureka and Pilot Wedemeyer a. C 1. Plan for san Diego. With a leaking right tank and 15 he dumber and Sawmill workers More Gallons of Gas followed in in in the teamsters local the the Piper pacer textile workers the labourers Wedemeyer a told later that Al. The Painter Union the the Short stretch of land at big Butcher local and Many others. A. Wind �4, in a each unit accompanied by a Floater did 1x1 twisted wreck equipment representing its Dre of has car Zariv yesterday i. #. Itwari. When he rammed head on into a landed safely along the entire aae. Humboldt county coastline. Competition was keen to Cap a us we were certainly Lucky to Tore the trophy offered by the find that spot a commented Pas Central labor Council for the fatal crash linger Reardon. Best decorated float. The Winner Sacramento a a a Navy Flat was probably the Only emergency area a plane could have or on ramp and War crimes. Major Gen. Blackshear m. Bry Fornix manufacturer sell launch the. Sea Craft Bonanza plane Satur an chief u. N. Delegate to theford Navy mighty Mou Day night we Ith fuel for four hours military armistice commission rockets. The testimony showed he took off from Buchanan Field a a categorically denied the charge. That Stephenson sought a fee of the United nations announced four or cent the "z-5t1 that it would repatriate All of Rutht manufacturer turned he captive who wanted to go Home offer Down and reported to to the a and said that the last were turned a it. Shasta or to the communists sunday when a operation big switch ended. At a meeting of the military armistice commission at Panmunjom today the communists charged the u. N. With three More violations of the korean truce. The reds complained that u. N. Bonn. Germany up a Chan near Concord after filing a flight Dies in crash red Bluff or a a College Sophomore Kenneth Mol Adenauer party in landslide Day. 32 escape when theory Quot the former president a hem Lander investigation were three local businesses three collisions sunday in North 8a,m 8 a in the Field of foreign policy can Humboldt two mishaps in Stablish Mentz and stealing a total Phpps talc pc or. Truman said a we Are enter voicing injury at 10 30 a. In. And of $22.68 Over the weekend. I i Vij i in Al Viji in j ing a period of negotiation a with noon sunday North of the big the Richfield Oil corporation Tacoma Wash or nine the russians. Lagoon Bridge. The injuries were 626 Broadway was entered by or Ion of 32 aboard the Trio will Fly Back to eur was to be announced this after Man was killed and six others in narc Aii ninth i a cd or Konrad Adenauer strength Gene in them repaired plane to noon a the Celebration continue lured near Mcclellan air Force a a a violated the Neutral a id Oliy the we to Ucer at Sequoia Park. je.r1, win by North of Here in a head on on a Timber 4 is Given a Ner a the teamster local . Coroner , hot Ald the u n had Noti. A a for a european defend which won the trophy for the Weed the dead Man a Jeme f nor to reds a a intend a l0 in-1 Community including a German Ond time. Textile workers have Man 29, of Whidby naval air1 also won it twice. Any local win station Seattle Wash. Ning it three times has permanent a Possession of it. Park festivities following the Parade the fes a super a Ike Dulles in Tivi ties Are being continued whether the negotiations Are not believed to be serious. Breaking a window in the rest a Constellation were hospitalized Sequoia Park. Free barbecued a Mimi fruitful is up to he con six persons were injured none room at the rear of the building. T Jav for treatment of Burns re beef Beans and Coffee were of a y Khz spy tinted. A strength is what the seriously in two accidents invest desks and file cabinets were ran Ceve Ltd when the plane crash 5erved at noon. A band concert is a Viivi i vj1 in j communist understand and re Ligated by patrol officers Satur sacked and $19.63 in Petty Cash an burst into flames at scheduled by the musicians Union a pert. Or. Truman said he was Day. A a Lewis great belie or in a balanced Gerald l. Mcclendon 17. Of kor Buon gusto. 139 second Street. Used to afet in draft Atic give the Welcome address budget but not at the expense of and Elva Ray Turley. 15, of after closing hours then entered Lre Dawn Rescue yesterday six scheduled National defense. Eureka were taken to the St. The restaurant and took 55 cents were burned As they scram afternoon or. Eisenhower himself made Joseph Hospital by Cooper Amu from the Cash Register. He also Weru _ i. So amp Iran an unusual quiet settled on the Mcchord air Force base. Band. A speakers program is plan Isenhower and Secretary of state no Many a land where prisoners All 3f aboard the plane were Ned mayor George c. Jacobs will i John Foster Dulles today tackle Denver up a president of stolen. Duncan 32. Of Eureka a thief apparently hid in the Buon gusto. 139 second Street. I dramatic give after closing hours then entered k a i so Eureka were taken to the reit aurent and took 55 menu a bled through a Circle of flaming american Flag 12 by 18 feet in the importance of the business i i j statement j5ierdy�?~ Lance service for treatment Fol want irl he bar Ami took an c3 0jjne size was to be presented to mayor Between the chief executive and the pre,.den, a saluted 1 amen crackup.�?�?.50 and cx1, thru ugh a the Pune struck tee runway. Jacob for Sequoia Park by Iheke. Crease the strength of its police army to fight beside the Western Force in the demilitarized zone to nations against any communist 1.000 As allowed in the armistice attack. Agreement. Adenauer summoned i cab the u. N. Also asked for per inet to meet tomorrow to Dis Mission to Send armed guards into cuss the election Victory which the demilitarized zone with North gives his coalition a majority of korean and chinese soldiers who 125 in the 487-seat bundestag Are refusing to go Home and Are the Victory of Adenauer Proto be turned Over to Indian troops. American coalition w As a major a to Point docket of major Toras a feature of the sign policy problems extending program a Nylon from Indochina to Germany. Pity. Its matchless or do Clef. Nar a t a the general Petroleum corp a Ltd one Side labor Day Celebration committee Genius a and the lesson it record High a 10lat p Quot oration. Seventh and Broadway. A he plane crashed to the ground this will Uke the Flag for All men for All time to come. Mss Turley a described a the we ,.ntprfd b cell main the and tee plane skidded spilling wll be raised just before the and he mid american workers were most s,nouslv1 Hurt and remained Fence and braking an of Lee win. Gasoline in a Circle. The Accident dress othe Nyby Charlo Scully. W witnesses a before the we orld of at the Hospital the strength Pride and the Prosperity that alone can be worn by free labor. Side door. Veteran actor dead % arrived 15 minutes later a com Ara. Visited relatives today be russian Premier Georgi Dow. Desks were ransacked but took place about 2 30 a. In. Post. 1 Council for the California by a Secretary and a fore leaving for Denver colo., to Kov that an Adenauer by the fact it had to be conducted on a Holiday. The president reached his Victory also for the Western democracies in the cold War and a were exchanged in a big switch humiliating defeat for soviet Russia. Adenauer a three party team smothered its opposition in sundays election by germans who chose to stick with the Vest during the next four years. The voters turned out in droves to endorse the rearmament plat president s son returns to . Nothing reported stolen. In All instances drawers the flame reduced one Wing of state federation of labor. Of Tacoma Wash. Up a maj. Form of the 77-year-old Chancel fice at 8 25 a m. It and Dulles Eisenhower and his wife Barb Lor and ignore warnings from Malen Victory were the plane to a Lump of molten finals in the Horseshoe pitch carry Dulles briefcase state department Security officer join president Eisenhower at the would Lead to War. Holli mood Umi a funeral pulled out and papers scattered Metal. The other Wing was in ing contest sponsored by the reporters asked Dulles i summer a White the the president son at the same time voters arrived moved the communist and the the president Vaid the let Kingst services were pending today for about the premises indicating of damaged. Quick thinking air Eureka recreation department her there a any friction be Here saturday night on rotation nazi like German Reich party of the United states a give lie to former silent screen Star Francis flyers said. That All of the Bur Force personnel had drained its will be held and trophies awarded tween himself and the president leave after serving 14 months in from West German politics by Sty evil of the promises of total Ford. 71-year-old brother of film Maries were committed by the gasoline tanks. The body of the to the winners by the labor Day a not that i know of a he re Korea a a staff officer in an in denying them even one seat in arianism. A director John Ford. Same person or persons. J plane was left a charred Hulk Celebration committee. Phed. Fan try division. Ithe bundestag lower House. #

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