Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on June 27, 1953 · 5
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Oakland, California
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Saturday, June 27, 1953
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inniinrorinini CONQUEST IN $ H iJUr p r i nunc kc--,- a A J 77. - Olof Lunclberg, Official Of U.G, Dies Suddenly T' by Maurice Herzogf: CHAPTER 7 The Attack Begins Hiving fzHfd to j'tnd a trdy' the ra imLf of Annapuma via tht rpurt the Expedition U now camped at the Jop o( c huge ie tca.ll, ready to leek dull agony. Aa aitorujhir.g sight greeted ,f oca ted. rvt r.ext rnerrdnx. Lacher.al tad, Then we Rebviffat wtre sjrting outside on',orae dry rock, with their riveted ca Anr.ipurr.i. A dea shout brought me out of my ter.t: I'r four. 4 the rtruter" cried Lachenal. I GLOSSARY Serae A Uwer r pinnacle f lee. Crrtxm A flan re ia a glacier, fU-n ef great depth. Monsoon Seasonal ralas which are very heavy. BERKELEY, June 27. Olof Lundberg, 51. controller of the University of California and civic leader here, collapsed and died at the wheel of his automobile in Los Angeles of an apparent heart attack. Mr. Lundberg. of 761 San Diecro Road, was in Los Aneles fveaterdav to attend a meetine of snowing heavily now;th, n r rerents. A Los -Anreles I It was and we took our thick cape? out of our sacks. With Terray behind me, J I could manage to steer some sort of a course. I must not turn round in a circle We sweated and suf- as I had once done in similar circumstances. As far as we could judge we had now reached the center of the plateau. We decided to pitch the camp where we stood J1" that night, at any rate. In ones and tos Sahibs and Sherpas arrived at the site and stopped, split tubes of anti - sunburn cream and isched th rt e7e 'thickly to our sweatin faces sud-, Lacher.al and RehuffaL whn t -Own their loads. We took seemed to suffer even more than! hl5tr tock of situation: it Terray and myself, made them- would not wis to let selves white Ku Klux Klan51"5 b,ck br themselves j cowls out cf the cotton lining to Camp L So Terray, who was in good form. Drooosed to ac- I went up to him. blinking in thmt k, ... ,Vfr-;,-aM. y-.. icompany them. glare. For the fint Urne tection arainst iimctroVe hnt I' Xt was late and still snowing Ar.nipurr.a was beginning to re- WJn-t convinced: thev seemed very hard. Terray wu in a hurry veal itj scre. The huze nr.rth ,n y. ; f-. tsm . to leave, for the tracks of our was face with all its river ef ke'rj i preferred to rely on the act were alreadv almost 'assistance" to Norwegian stu-aive and sparkled in the light cram. obliterated. He intended to biv- dents at U.C.- and his activities as NT had I see-, a mountain There wa-n't a rngle breath of f u:c at CamP 1 in Sarki's sleep- president of the California imprewrre In all it proper- air in this furnace and we in b?. ft" 'ndine the Sher-jChapter of the American Scandi- tiru. It was a world both da Z2- longed for the first slopes. P on aown 10 iJse camp : v. tuuuuauu... hr.g and merjicir.r: the eve wu Crushed beneath our load. We whlch wa easT to r'ach. These lt In its immensities. But forthad to summon tin all otir Tn.rn' would .then the coroner's officer notified Berkeley police that he was pulling to a stop last night at Wilshire Boulevard and Grand Avenue when be collapsed. He had been under a physician's care for two years for a heart condition. Officers said he carried an Atomic Energy Commission pass and sealed papers pertaining to for. the A EC, which he handled in his position. A native of Stockhold, Sweden, he had been honored by the government of his native land and Norway for services to Scandinavian countries. In 1950 King Gustaf named him a Knight of the Royal Order of Vasa, First Class, and last year King Haakon of Norway appointed him to the Royal Norwegian Order of St Olav. This for "personal kindne?s and TaranHno Loses Indictment Tilt James Tarantino, gossip sheet editor, yesterday, lost motions forLants, dismissal of two indictments charging conspiracy and extortion. Oakland Tribune, Saturday, June 27, 1953 E perior Judge Eustace Cullinan for dismissal of six counts T M T T" r - 1 A. i wr, oi oan r rancisco, agamsaeainst Tarantino .nH l arammo ana iwo co-ceiena- and two Alfred Sigle and Benny Baxrish, former Tarantino associates, all accused of extortion from two Market Street jewelers The ruling was made by Su- Cullinan also heard arguments Rudy Eichenbatjim, tavern owner, charged : with' obstruction of justice, subornation of perjury and bribery of a witness. The judge set Moncay for a decision. Trikaa pact U.C Controller Olof Ltind-hrg. SI, who died in his car In Los Angnlcs. Parks Survey Urged by Club 'r.c. we were not brir t crn-ilution V overcome our diffi-frnntd with vertical walls, culty in breathing and our.lassi-Jged ridges and hinging gla-Jtude. ciers which put an end to all' We climbed up the rognon, a hop cf climbing. . 'rocky outcrop in the middle of "Tom see," explained Lachenal,'Lhe glacier, under huge over-th problem . . . Ls to get tOjhanging seracs which threatened that sickle-shaped glacier high us with a forest of icicles that up cn the mounuia. To reach j turned the sun's rays into a raln-th foot of it without danger of bow cf color. an'.ar.e"t. well have to go up' Terray and I took turns at well over ca the left." making the trail: the other two "Why not go straight up in seemed utterly worn out. As we line with the summit, skirt approached the 23,000-foot level, round the seracs and crevae5, our breathing was short and un-slant ever to the left to reach, even. i the S:kle, and from there go' We were extremely tired, and trairht uo to th tr-o" our lec barelv held u un a Hut," said Lacher.al, "-e with slo-. uneven steps we tried ine ""ciuy iaiiing snow coverea oxild tt straight up under the to wrnt a few yards from the hlra UP completely, so he shut k cliff tr.d then tnvene left'nwuntaln. Each step was auto- himself right into the cowl of his and reach the same prt . . matic. eves clued to the heels of ic,P' l uie riSK 01 Mln 8UII- "But cjrtirg acrs to the left, the rr.an in. front We had to re Is certa:aly more d:rect ii.t the temptation to stop or re- for carrying up more loads. Our poor little Camp II was completely lost among the snow and ice. We were deafened by the continuous roar of avalanches and could not determine their whereabouts for that night we would have to put up with only relative security. Amid flurries of snow and gusts of wind we got the tents up, fixed in the pegs and constructed some sort of level platform; an hour later we were all warm and mug inHde. Terray, bivouacking down at Camp I, was kept awake for part of the night by a violent wind. "That ihou!d be powible," lax our effort agreed Lacher.a!. ltto-.g himself be wen crr. ; Snow Begins to Fall The weathr wmj magr.i.cent; , As we went up visibility de- r.ever had the mountains locked creased. Everything was blurred rsre beautiful. Our optimism ' in the rnlst. and snow began to wai tremendc-uj. perhaps we fall. The trail that Terray and I were cver-cpu.T.:!ic for the gi-'made by guess-work was cer-ga.-tc sccpe of the face set us'tamly not very logical, but what prceiemj that we had never had .'did it matter? All we had to do to ar-e with in the Alp. And , that evening wu to pitch Camp II somewhere towards the cen- cated. After several hours he re laxed and slept the sleep of exhaustion with his head resting an the stones. MARTINEZ, June 27. The First appointed to the univer- County Board of Supervisors was be .vailablejsity taff as cJiief accouitant injuried tQ investigate the possibilities of acquiring parcels of surplus watershed land from the East Bay Municipal Utility District for county park pur poses, ine request came in a! letter from Attorney John F.j oaiawin oi Martinez as representative of the California Sierra Club. The club asked to have the county acquire some of the 40,000 ! acres EBMUD announced it will' release over the next several J years for park purposes. . Baldwin held that action should! be taken to determine where I there is any of the property suit-j able for park development He! suggested further that EBMUD ' be asked, if necessary, to with-j hold the property from sale until: survey is made to determine j Tomorrow Snow and Ice. As exhaustion aad difficulty ia breathing at high altitudes be fin to take their toll, the expedi tion Is defeated by snow and lee and fails la aa attempt to es tablish Camp IIL (From the book "Annapurna" by Mjrurice Herxog. Copyright, by P. Dutton St Co, abmre all. tirr.e wn short If we were to succeed not a ter cf the plateau, out of danger 1952. rv?mer.t must be rt The arrival rrora avalanches. line.) rf the znorYocn wm announced for about June 3. We had just 1" I , 'Ox .'.''-.""iRobt. Louis btevenson s I was haunted by this Idea. To do so w would have to lengthen r.t the intervals between th S'-ccetssve campa. crganiie ahutte service to bring up the Isobel Strong Field, 94. witty, Iters, books, pictures, idols maximum number cf k-d m the ibrar.t artist in her own right Samoa r-inir-um time, acclimatize cur- iand illustrious as the step- the selves, and. finally, maintain eommuiiicaUon with the rear Thxs lajt pr;nt worried r-.e. i'Step-Da lighter, 94, Dies oks. pictures, idols from and other mementoes of man she called the daughter, widow and mother ofjeharming God ever made. three famous men, died at her j The gay writer and friend of Our heme in Santa Barbara. writers, in her own words, al- 1938, he became chief accounting officer for all campuses and departments in 1942. He -was named controller by the" Board of Regents in 1950. He also was a lecturer in business administration. He -was elected president of the Berkeley Community Chest for the second year in January and also was named first vice-president of the East Bay Federation of Community Chests. Surviving are his widow, Lucille, and a .daughter, Karen, 14. Services are pending at the McNary-Berg Chapel. Everett Dowdle Funeral services will be held Monday for Everett S. Dowdle, 84, Oakland resident for 67 years and retired printing shop owner, who died Thursday at the Masonic Home in Decoto. Mr. Dowdle was a well-known early-day Oakland athlete famous for his boxing, sprinting and velocipede racing ability in the early "90s. la U hm uvJ u U b i mm - 0-NOWATIOIM U MR. rills' at J-M5) and I TOMORROW AFTERNOON - 2:30 P.M. CAMP - MEETING STYLE OLD - FASHIONED GOSPEL PREACHING PRAYING FOR THE SICK OLD-TIME CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP GOSPEL MUSIC OAKLAND'S OWN 6-YEAR-OLD GOSPEL SONGSTRESS JE ANNIE STONECIP1IER SPECIAL: Harp Music by ROBERT FONDA Formerly Solo Harpist, San Jose Civic Symphony a the county's wishes The attorney said a representative of the State Division of Beaches and Parks will be sent He was a member of the old to meet with supervisors and dis- party was scale cf a orgarJied en recor.r. aU-i a r.ce Stepdaughter of Robert Louis nd ktfivwn Mrs. Field kert to the the total supply at our dispoallf ,j her vigil with memories of was cnly five cays f-vj and a limited amount cf equipment. PUns for Camp II How co'd I powibly keeps track cf the thoiar.d and cr.ej questiorj my he a were all highly ta'.ared away roliily while thei Sherps moved about the tents at usual. There were only two! cf them here r.d we could r.ot: pcwlbly begin operation-! the author, when he lived and wrote in her mother's home in Oakland and later when they , lived in Samoa. . 5h w th widow of Slis-; burr Field, well known as a i ier-in-i-w, lowed herself to be "eccentric and wore glittering rings on her! Memories, fingers, chains of beads around her neck and dangling earrings and presented a noteworthy figure on her sallies to the Bay area. She is survived by her daugh- Mrs. Austin Strong, Acme Athletic Club of Oakland; a. charter member of Yerba Buena Masonic Lodge, and the Orpheum Club; and a member of the Old Time Athletes Association, which meets twice yearly in San. Francisco. ! Mr. Dowdle was a native of St Louis, Mo, but came to Oakland in 1888. He started work as a printer and shortly afterward opened his own printing shop. He remained in that business until his retirement 10 years ag. For the past five yean he had lived at the Masonic Home. He was the father of E. Robert tDowdle and Mrs. Jane Downing "most-of Carmel, grandfather of Clin ton De Witt. Downing, and brother of Clt . L. Dowdle. Last rites will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Chapel of Howe and Mather Streets. Friends may call at the Grant Miller Mortuary, 2372 East 14th Street, until 9 a.m. Monday ; rj that buxied round jn, ht in 1900X ,nd the New Xorka cousin CoL Edward id? The rest 'mother of the late Austin Stro ng. Van der Grift Orr. San Fran-aU highly excited and! , , , , .v. Cisco, and two sisters-in-law. , . T . 1 T i i ' . T A a A sof "Seventh Heaven.' A writer, poet and painter of jnote herself, Mrs. Field waj per- . V at -- V t V N v.- If-v 1 V s ant f B) k - iw w u a v 4 a u W1 Kin.rnh -TV, i . 1 1'm Vv jit -.ese two. o u.e aruas . jved " toW have to set ofi alone axidj She h,d Uvr4 s.nU Bar. carry their bara since 1894. but recalled way wt shculd be able to lt-yiriilj dly, etrly ln Kvext .dar- JWs when she and her mother. When I asked the others op--- Os bourne, who later be-Icn they er.thmiastically rreedcare Stevenson's wife lived in to make this extra effort, which Oakland then known as wowld save us at least two day. jio Adj:b4. would go back to the, n was in Qsbourne house Base Camp ad show the people whefe Stevrnaon dicuted much there the way tp to Camp L of hu -pTmc Otto" to her aunt wfc,ch would have to be entirely ,Mr rield r-membered. 'And it re-equipped since we were g--'WM in Oakland too that her leg to take everything up 1th nM,lher'-ursed Stevenson back to j for Camp IL 'healUt Mrs. Field acted as the A.l four cf us, Uchenal. Re- cxeUry during the last buffat. Terray ar.d myself, got! u. La her ocean side home, Mrs.! iM V rnt mll-tlrn nf St. praably carry In tht way. d mfmorU!ji Eluding let- eiipcnaxvt, fcod, trnta, and lfrrp- bagv Jennf behind only Mrs. Howard L. Rivers, Los An geles and Mrs. Harold L. Wright, San Francisco, 98 Scours to Leave For Camp in Sierra ALAMEDA. June 27. stinety-eight Boy Scouts, accompanied by leaders, leave tomorrow for a two-week encampment at Camp Stephens in the High Sierra near Pinecrest The program at the camp for Dr. Teale to Fill Senate Seat of Mayo trict spokesmen. Baldwin expects to advance his petition orally at the July 7 board meeting. ' ESQUIRE THEATRE Son Pablo at 17th, Oakland Everyone Welcome These Are Your Sovices Qwaiziy NATIONAL MttWnWEM SALE STARTS FRIDAY, JUNE 26TH Alameda Co-mty Scouts includes hiking, swimming, nature studyicounty and various contests. The camp staff will Include Sonora liquor dealer and the only Chet E. Wilson, director; Rusk! Republican in the race. Clyde C. Rigor, assistant camp director, i Sherwood. Calaveras County SONORA. June 27 Stephen Teale, Democrat from West Point, Calaveras County, won a six-way race to fill the State Senate seat vacated by the recent death of Jesse Mayo, of Angels Camp, a special election final tabulation" snowed yesterday. After 337 absentee votes from the three counties of Calaveras, Mariposa and Tuolumne were counted, results showed Teale, an osteopathic physician and supervisor, polled 2100 votes to 2023 for Vernon Rue, and Ken Hargreaves. put thir.r ready and filled our slacks with as much as we could fast cts container wita t few acres -sories wfkTw "did oot ueed at rc-re. W ahared out the equipment: as usual acn preierred the heavier but Vest bulky loads, with others it waj the eppoaite. Boy, 8, Burned in Fall Into Fire ALAMEDA, June 27. An 8-year-old bov was reported out of It worked out at aa averagt cf danger today, after he was about 4i pounds apiece. treated for bums suffered when At this height where the least he fell L-.to a beach fir, exertion is an effort, we felt Christopher Fiddler of 2124 crushed bmeath cur burdens. f Jones Court suffered first degree The straps cut lfito our shoul-j burns of both hands is the mis-ders and it seemed a physical hap yesterday. He had been play-lmpcibtlitf to walk fear tnor(iLcg in Washington Park and than five minutes. f strayed out on to a jetty into the AH the same we somehow i Bay. struggled oo, for although our The youth Investigated a bed pcka were far loo. heavy, we 'of live coals, covered by ashes, reflected ea all the time we were j Wt his footing and fell upon garuxg. them. He was treated at Alameda So the four Sahfbs, In single First aid Station. file, and well spaced cut on the rope, climbed heavily op through rancher from Mountain Ranch, had 2010. Others in the race were: Robert Curran, Mariposa County district attorney, 1095; Gun Blast Kills 16 MAHON, Minorca, June 27. I Sixteen Spanish soldiers died in the exploaion ef a 38-milli-(Robert Romaggi, Angels Camp meter gun at a military camp 13 rancher, 809, and Avery C Moore, miles from this Balearic Island- retired attorney of Calaveras naval base, 1 County, 248. 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