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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 19, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Idrted tht Htmt CITY GLOBE HOME EDITION VOL ft The newspaper that mokes all North lowans AModiUd ind Voltod PnM btoraaUontl FuU WITM MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER If WO neighbors 7e Copy CoasUtt o Two OM Chest depends on porchlights to reach goal Still more than short of its goal the Mason City Community Chest is going to depend on a two night porchlight campaign to reach its quota for 1960 That decision was made Saturday in a meeting of Chest representatives with the board of the Mason City Junior Cham ber of Commerce We can see where we may raise as much as more from the pledge cards still out said Supt P 0 Brunsvold the campaign chairman There are about 500 good cards still out We still are going to have to depend in this Thanksgiving season on the generosity of Mason Cityans who already have done very well We know that most of them already have tried to do their fair share for the Community Chest Unfortunately we still will have to ask all who are able to give at least a dollar more The Jaycees agreed for a porchlight campaign Tuesday and Wednesday nights from PARTLY CLOUDY North Iowa Partly cloud through Sunday Lows Satu day night in mid 20s Coole Sunday highs in the 40s Iowa Partly cloudy throug Sunday Lows Saturday nigh mid 20s northeast to lower 30 southwest Cooler Sundaj highs in the 40s Further ou cloudy Monday warmer west Minnesota Fair and colder Highs Sunday near 40 GlobeGazette weather dat up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Hollywood wedlock analyzed Two factors hurt chances By JOE HYAMS New York Herald Tribune News Service HOLLYWOOD Hollywood claimed to be surprised when the beauty and brains mar riage of Marilyn Monroe anc was playwright Arthur Miller washed up after four years three months and 13 days The real surprise to this re porter is that the marriage lasted so long in the face of statistics which I compiled je cently indicating that the aver age film star first marriage lasts three years the average of the second marriage for both partners involved lasts little more than 18 months Marriages involving socalled sex as well as female are of even shorter tenure WHAT MAKES the statistics even more disheartening is the fact that twice married stars inevitably marry a third time and that marriage generally lasts less than a year What is the trouble with Hol lywood marriages Its not always as most peo ple believe because of the en try of a third party into the marriage scheme Its usually a combination of two factors A study of 100 random studio biographies of film stars re vealed that 86 of Hollywoods most famous personalities came from broken homes which means one or both of the part n e r s involved in marriage missed out on a normal family life and therefore had no one 7 to p m The Jaycees will recruit the manpower to stop al every house where a porchlight is lit Donations received will be listed by the campaigners and the names and amounts will ap pear in the GlobeGazette the following day In this way con tributors will be assured that their donations are accounted for The necessity of reaching this years Chest quota was stressed in the meeting with the Jaycee board members Absolutely no cushion was provided in this years allowances to the Red Feather agencies which make up the Chest goal IN THE EARLY summer it was explained the Red Feather agencies turned in their requests for grants from the Community Chest during 1961 Those re quests totaled more than 000 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 34 24 33 40 14 A group of men interested in the Chest agreed that this was a larger amount than could reasonably be expected to come from pledges in the annual cam paign For that reason it was hought necessary to conduct prebudget hearing meetings with representatives of the Red leather agencies responsible or making up their budgets At these sessions at least a lalf hour being spent with each agency the budget requests ivere trimmed of every possible dollar The committees aim vas a campaign goal The accounts of all the agen cies were carefully scrutinized Iven operating balances were C R Jewetf Osage dies in accident OSAGE Clifford Raymond Jewett 62 assistant Mitchell County engineer was killed in a onecar accident Friday nigh six miles north of here on High way 218 According to Deputy Sheriff Richard Jahnel who investi gated the accident Jewett failec p make a turn at a Tintersec tion Jahnel said skid marks in dicated excessive speed of the car It rolled over at least twice and landed on its top 400 feei from the pavement by thrown rimmed from their requests h each case the balance on to emulate The second hand was deducted from the 961 budget before the amount needed from the Chest was ap roved The result after formal hear ngs with the Chest budget com mittee was a goal of This amount is considered an bsolute minimum for the 1961 perations of the Red Feather gencies Brunsvold pointed out THERE WAS an implied promise for the community that this budget would be raised he said We must make good on that promise if we want to factor is moviejhave a Community Chest the sex sym doomed to live in a private world surrounded by mirrors in which they are com pelled to stare at their image until like Narcissus the boy in the fable they fall into the river and drown while trying to embrace their own image IRONICALLY they must have this narcissism or they would lack the driving force which makes them able to succeed in a business based on ego and sex projection The only love affair of which they are capable is with their reflection in a mir ror Many of Hollywoods beauti ful women and handsome men are so completely selfcentered they are unable to be interested in or excited by another per son They are incapable of ex periencing that keen awareness of the opposite sex which is the foundation of love When a film star marries someone out of the profession the chances of a lasting and happy marriage are almost halved because most nonprofes sionals are unable to under stand or cope with the needs of the acting partner The truth is most actors are incapable of sharing therefore incapable of loving The truth is that many of the men and women who are loved gods and goddesses on the screen are able to project on project screen an emotion they cannot experience with another person We know that Mason Cityans will be able to sit down happily to their Thanksgiving dinners knowing that our welfare and youth agencies are assured of fullscale operations in the com ing year Robert St Clair Jr was named chairman of the Jaycee committee in charge of the porchlight campaign car was found 35 feet from the car He was killed instantly ac cording to Jahnel Surviving are his wife the former Delia Rodamaker who is a traveling employe for Mont gomery Ward Co three sons Raymond an airline executive in New York City Darrell US Navy Atlanta Ga Dwight Chi cago four grandchildren a brother Arthur in Texas Born in Webster City he was a veteran of World War I He came to Osage in 1923 and has a e e n assistant to Mitchell County Engineer Clifford Gople rud Funeral services are pending at the Champion Funeral Home Air Force sets deadline for overseas travel WASHINGTON 0 The Air Force has taken the first con crete step to carry out President Eisenhowers order to reduce the number of wives and chil dren living overseas with Amer ican servicemen The Eisenhower order is aimed at curbing a heavy flow of money from this country The Air Force Friday set a deadline of next Feb 1 for over seas travel orders for depend ents of its uniformed personnel After that date the Air Force said most of those going to overseas assignments must go without their families The Air Force said exceptions will have to be granted for hu manitarian considerations hard ships and peculiarities of se lected Air Force units Minister victims accident Gaming raid at C res ton 45 cities in country hit CRESTON ffi A nationwide antigambling crackdown by federal tax agents extended to Ireston Friday afternoon with he arrest of five men in two raids here Among those picked up was Lymndon E Thompson 58 al eged to have been the operator of a football betting operation at his home and in a small room above a tavern in the downtown district Six Internal Revenue Service men and two Iowa Bureau of Iriminal Investigation agents made the raids on Thompsons home and the downtown of Former ice which was equipped only h a few chairsj a table and a telephone Arrested in the raid on the office were Ihengwith of tiree Creston John Russell Ottumwa and men George Greenwalt 61 Robert J John on 69 and D Joseph Scadden 6 NO FEDERAL charges were iled but all five were turned Dver to State Agents E K Car michael and L H Mollett for tate prosecution They will be iven hearings next week The Internal Revenue Service men said they thought Thomp on who has a previous gamb ng conviction did not have a ederal gambling tax stamp ut when he produced one that ad been issued in Omaha they id not press federal charges Archie Nourse chief of the Internal Revenue intelligence ivision in Des Moines ex lamed why the federal crack own was directed at Creston He said there are other places Iowa that his office knows bout but they were not raided ecause the operators were blown to have gambling stamps FEDERAL LAW does not pro ibit gambling if a tax stamp purchased Iowa bans all type gambling Thompson was released under 1000 bond by Justice of the FAMILY TRAGEDY The twisted wreckage of a car driven by the Rev John Eastman lies against a bridge abutment upper photo near Roches ter Minn The minister and all his six children were killed Mrs Eastman was not Avith them Below the family AP Photofax is posed in a group at Christmas a year ago Left to right are Mrs Eastman Carol 3 Mary 5 Pamela 7 James 4 Thomas 2 and the Rev Eastman 28 Another child John was not born when this picture was taken Cuba building up big arsenal of Red weapons US claims N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES NEW ORLEANS An uneasy calm settled over this strifetroubled city while a threejudge court de cided what course school integration would take They can put off integration until emotions subside and a federalstate tangle unravels they can leave in effect a court order that admitted four Negro first grade girls to two white schools or they can dismiss legal action against Louisiana which blocks its legis lature from running New Orleans schools on a segre gated basis PALM BEACH Fla Presidentelect John F Kennedy has tackled a study of the Defense Depart ment looking toward the streamlining he says it needs for this nuclear age GLENDALE Calif rites for Clark Gable were conducted Saturday just as the great movie star had hoped they would be with dignified solemnity Crowds of the curious swarmed two miles up the ceraetery hills attempting to reach the chapel but only a few hundred managed to reach the area of Forest Lawns Church of the Recessional where the funeral took place eace Elmer Hunt for prelim ary hearing Monday The agents said three of the her men were playing poker the downtown room when the aiders entered The four men were taken be fore Hunt on misdemeanor charge of gambling and were released under bond for hearing Wednesday The agents said that in the Thompson home they found sev eral thousand dollars and Green wait had on him when they were arrested Crash injuries fatal to Cherokee woman CHEROKEE m Mrs John Rochau 72 died at a hospital WASHINGTON S offi cials pictured Cuba Saturday as building up a huge arsenal of Soviet bloc military weapons to arm revolutionary m o v e ments throughout the Carib bean area The State Department an nounced that according to the best available information the government of Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro has al ready imported 28000 tons of arms from the Soviet bloc in cluding tanks guns and eight MIG jet fighters The depart ment said shipments also in cluded about 6000 tons of as sorted ammunition in addition to almost 46 million rounds of rifle machinegun and artillery ammunition previously obtained by Castro from nonCommunist sources According to the departments figures Castro has received a total of 93000 automatic rifles including 45000 from Commu nist Czechoslovakia 10000 sub machineguns a variety of heav ier weapons and 10 Soviet heli copters The State astro now Department said has the largest army in Latin America His militia was put at 200000 per sons and officials estimated that lis regular army totals 40000 The Soviet Union and Red hina are cooperating in the supply of arms to Castro the State Department said because they apparently desire to con tribute to Caribbean tensions by burdening the Cuban economy with excessive arms purchases and by supporting the aggres sive policies of the Cuban prime minister Washington officials expressed the hopethat disclosure of the Cuban arms information evi dently obtained from intelli gence sources would alert ROCHESTER Minn HP A former Iowa pastor and the six children he was caring for while his wife attended a school play were killed Friday night when his car slammed into a concrete bridge abutment The worst Tveever seeirand it makes it more terrible be cause of the said Sheriff Gerald E Cunningham Killed were the Rev John Eastman 28 and all his chil dren Pamela 7 Mary 5 James 4 Carol 3 Thomas 2 and John about 10 months The crash came on a county road near Dover 15 miles east of here as Eastman was driv ing the children to visit the amily of a fellow pastor at Plainview J AN AUTOPSY was ordered determine if the pastor might lave been the victim of a heart attack or some other suddea seizure The sheriff reported the im pact drove the concrete bridge shaft about eight feet into the car pushing the instrument panel into the rear seat Eastman was thrown froni the car the children mangled with in it Wreckers had to be called before allthe bodies could be removed The in an ambulance on the way to a Rochester hospital There were no witnesses A passing motor ist found the wreckage Eastman had served Presby terian churches at nearby Utica and Lewiston 30 miles east of Rochester where the family lived since 1957 throughout the the dangers of other nations iiemisphere to serious Communistdirected trouble making by Castro which are foreseen here here Saturday ceived in Tuesday of injuries re FATAL MOVE BUFFALO N Y UP Truck driver Stanley Wagner 55 rushed to aid two youngpersons trapped in a burning car on a aighway Saturday Minutes later he was dead struck by another automobile rounding a curve SAME DATE1W9594 Black Xrmfflt IB Fftit U Bonn It rained billsbut all were phony NEW YORK rained bills on the upper West Side Fri day night They came fluttering down out of the sky and into the out stretched hands of startled pass ersby There was one catch The money was as phony as if it had been bills Three detectives acting on a tip broke into the apartment of Miles Leslie 51 and before they could stop him he had chucked worth of funny money out the window The cops watched in horror as the bills floated lazily to the ground 20 floors below They managed to retrieve 76 of the bills but 99 or still are missing Altogether Leslie had worth of counterfeit money police said FAURE DIES PARIS W Paul Faure 82 journalist and preWorld War II Socialist leader died Friday in Paris Faure was secretary general of the Socialist party for 20 years before politics in 1940 retiring from Tommy Gibbons noted Midwest fighter dies ST PAUL Minn J Gibbons 69 onetime contend t IK er for the heavyweight boxing Mason Cty News 1415 jchampionship and former Ram Comics 16 ispv Countv sheriff died in Ms On the inside Editorials 4 Clear Lake News 5 Church News 67 Society News 10 Sports 1112 Latest Markets 14 North Iowa News Erbe back from Mexico vacation DES MOINES Norman Erbe was back from iris vacation in Mexico Saturday and there were reports that he planned to name his campaign Prof Russell M Ross of the State University of Iowa as his executive assistant Ross professor of political science at SUI had taken a eave of absence from the uni versity earlier this year and ater extended it to work in be half of the Republican guber natorial nominee Erbe next week will launch a round of prcinaugural actiyi ies including conferences with lepublican members of the 1961 Legislature Isey County sheriff died in Ms 20 sleep at his home Saturday His most famous fight was his July 4 1923 battle with Jack Dempsey then heavyweight champion in Shelby Mont Gib bons lost but was still on his feet at the end of the 15round bout Gibbons was a big hearty man best known as Tommy who kept his personal popularity to the end He spent 10 years as a suc cessful life insurance agent be fore becoming sheriff at St Paul a post he held for 24 years LIEN FILED LOS ANGELES UPI The U S Internal Revenue Service Friday filed a tax lien against Negro singer Sammy Davis Jr for his 1959 income taxes The lien was filed only five days after the marriage of Davis and Swedish actress May Britt OUR WHOLE town is feeling this blow said the Rev Walter Meyer pastor of the Lewistons German Lutheran Church Everybody knew John and loved him His was a happy family Mrs Eastman had gone to the school play with neighbors while her husband was baby sitting She was in shock and under the care of a physician after being told of the tragedy as the play ended To eke out a nottoogreat in come Eastman had driven the Lewiston school bus for the past THE SHERIFF said he could not explain the accident as the road was straight and dry with a warning sign well ahead of the narrow bridge Eastman was a native of Fer gus Falls Minn where his par ents still live He was a grad uate of Gustavus Adolphus Col lege and Presbyterian Semi nary at Dubuque Iowa Mrs Eastmans home was at Vernou Center Minn near Mankato before the couple was married Before moving to Minnesota Eastman was pastor for two years at Pratt Greek Church near Vinton Iowa Reunion in hospital here If one Mason City family gets together for Thanksgiving it probably will have to bo at Mercy Hospital Bernard John Buckland III 6 712 15th Placo NE is in the pediatrics de partment following surgery His grandmother Mrs Joseph Buckland is recovering from surgery His grandfa ther Elmer Russell is in medical ward FATAL AVALANCHI TOKYO avalancha of snow thundered down thev slopes of Mt Fuji Saturday en gulfing a party of students and weekend mountaineers At kast four persons were killed about 40 missing and 17 injured j   

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