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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 21, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd far Hn The CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 100 newspaper that makes all North lowans Associated Press and United Press Internationa Full Wives MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 21 nei g hbors t Pawsr Consist of Two OM esumption of Atalks approved by Russians Problem of making ends meet Film stars in trouble By JOE HYAMS New York Herald Tribune News Service HOLLYWOOD What with Los Angeles chapters of Gamblers An onymous Alcoholics Anonymous Narcotics Anonymous and other clubs for people with compulsive habits it was only a matter of time before someone would come up with the idea of a Hollywood Branch of Debtors Anonymous The men with this joke and halfserious are Phil Sterling and Wayne Hughes young executives of Financial Secretary an organization which budgets the money for more than 300 Holly wood folk The big problem in Hollywood today is that just about every body here is90 days away from bankruptcy Sterling said at lunch the other day Do you know that 72 per cent of Hollywood people have no type of budget at all Its disgraceful said Sterling Were developing a nation of money ple who dont enjoy being out of put and theyre in They dont feel se curtf unless theyre in debt Thats why were thinking of starting a group here calledDebtors Anony mous Messrs Sterling and Hughes frowned Money is the single biggest problem in Hollywood to day said Sterling You read in the papers about all these di vorces Its not sex problems thatre at the root of an other car another boat another plane another big expenditure Hollywood people just dont know how to manage money What he means interrupted Hughes is that if all income ceased everyone in Hollywood would be bankrupt Right said Sterling People everywhere think all their prob lems would be solved if they had more money The fact and the example here is that money doesnt solve problems The big stars are like dope fiends The more money they get the more they need I know an actor with a 100000ayear income who cant pay the maid and the grocer I at Ihe end of the month Its not taxes that are the problem said Hughes The big problem is lack of an organized system I give you Parkinsons Second Law Expenditures rise to meet andexceed income without control Parkinsons Second Law as de livered by Hughes sounded more like an ultimatum than a thesis The big trouble is that most stars have contracts live on income they dont yet have continued Hughes When the contract is dropped they find it necessary to keep up face They can do this with accounts 1 We cant rfo that either said Sterling What we do is keep our Hollywood folk on a budget We deposit their checks pay their bills present them with a weekly allowance and using worth of electronic machines keep a record of all their trans actions compared with budgeted amounts Wayne smiled happily We try to get the stars on a budget Its a terrible thing when a young act or of 20 has more money at the beginning of his career than at the end when hes made millions Terrible said Sterling reach Ing for the lunch check paying for it in cash and noting the transaction in a little black book Both men drove off in their un mortgaged cars looking very seri ous At Ihe same time I saw a young actor pay his bill with a credit card then drive off with a blonde in an unpaidfor Jaguar but look very happy indeed Teacher demands 100 Perfectionist loses job CHICAGO Mathema tics teacher Samuel Broyde admitted hes a perfectionist Thats why hes being fired Broyde insisted Tuesday If his high school students failed to score 100 per cent on any one of four of Broydes examinations he failed them Broyde has demanded a trial by the school board He hoped the public airing will arouse the public against what he called the false security of nice report When the public finds out these cards dont give the truth they are going to do something about Broyde said A threeman committee of the Chicago Board of Educa tion began hearing testimony in the public school case against the suspended teach er accused of inefficiency and incompetency Broyde vowing a fight to the end hoped to invite nu merous witnesses in his re buttal against the board charges The witnesses he said would include students professors Dr Benjamin Wil lis Chicago public school su perintendent Gen Edwin Walker who recently resigned from the Army in a dispute over patriotism and Adm Hyman Rickover father of the atom submarine Under Broydes methods students are given four chances to score 100 per cent If they make it the first time they get a grade of superior and are excused from regular class assignments during the remainder of the term Pass ing the second time rates an excellent success the third time is graded as good and the final doorflunk attempt merits a fair Youngsters who miss on all four exams fail the course and have to make up credit in summer school RUSSIAN BEATERConstance Wolf56 clasps hex hands nervously while talking with newsmen soon after she landed from a record 40hour balloon flight She said she made the flight because she got tired of Russians claiming all the records Her flight topped by six hours that claimed by a Russian wom an for a record She landed at Boley 12 miles west of Okemah Okla News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Queen heads for Liberia TAKORADIi With the native farewell Sy losing in her ears Queen Elizabeth headed for Liberia following a triumphant Ghanaian tour May protest election MANILA A liberal party leader said Presi dent Carlos P Garcia plans to protest President elect Diosdado Macapagals election in an effort to de lay the Liberal candidates inauguration Treatment for King Saud BEIRUT Lebanon King Saud of Saudi Arabia is to leave by special plane for medical treatment in ulctr is suffering from a possible gastric Rail bridge collapses A over tne River collapsed as a New York Central freight rossed it Two units of the fourunit crewmen died in the chilly waters Reds to try spies 7 The Soviet announced Germans go on trial Wednesday w if S vf Spymg for the United statesThey Walter Naumann 27 and Peter Sonntag 22 NikeZeus again is successful POINT MUGU Calif A Nike Zeus missile Tuesday flashed to its second successful long range test within five days in a speedup of a billion dollar drive to develop a defense against enemy rockets The slender 48foot antimis sile missile carrying ballast third stage where the nuclear warhead will go per formed 100 per cent successful ly All test objectives were met the Army said Maj Gen C V Clifton senior military aide to the President witnessed the launching into clear sunny skies Clifton said he was really impressed with the perform ance Speculation has been wide spread that the Army was most anxious to test a nuclear war iead for Zeus should the United States resume aboveground nuclear tests Iowa college protestors dine with Batons FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES CLEVELAND Ohio Four teen Grinnel Iowa college stu dents returning home from a fast for peace in Washington breakfasted Tuesday with mil lionaire financier Cyrus Eaton at his Acadia Farms estate Eaton a personal friend of Soviet Premier Khrushchev and a frequent critic of US for eign policy called the students the hope of the future At Mount Vernon Iowa meanwhile 11 Cornell College students nine of them coeds will begin a threeday fast at midnight while enroute to Washington to join the daisy chain of student protest against resumption of above ground nuclear tests Like the 14 students from nearby Grinncll who launched the fast for peace demon strations in front of the White House last week the Cornell group will partake only of wa ter during a 72hour period ex tending through Thanksgiving Day Foreign matter found in gas line RICHMOND Va jp A Civil Aeronautics Board investigator disclosed Wednesday that red iishbrown foreign matter was found in parts of the salvaged uel system of the Imperial Air mes plane that crashed here Nov 8 with a loss of 77 per sons all but three of them young Army recruits The in vestigator Frank T Taylor said and examination of ihc fuel in jection nozzles from the four engines of the Constellation in heated many contained a for eign matter some of which was magnetic material Aim to tie hands of the Allies Moratorium is demanded PROM OUU WIRE SERVICES MOSCOW The Soviet Union agreed Tuesday to resume the suspended nuclear test ban talks with the United Slates and Britain in Geneva on Nov 28 But it asked an immediate embargo on all tests by any na tion implying it would walk out if the United States tested dur ing the conference A first assessment of the Soviet offer by American of ficials in Washington said the Soviet Union after carrying out is own massive series of nu clear weapons tests now ap peared to be trying to force the United States and Britain to agree to another uninspected moratorium on such experi ments Said the Russians It is of course understood that if in the course of the talks any power will carry out tests of nuclear weapons then by force of circumstances to which the Soviet government lias al ready referred in the past the other side will be compelled to draw conclu sions with regard to nuclear tests The Soviet notes were in re ply to AngloAmerican pro posals to resume the talks sub mitted on Nov 13 They made no mention of the fact that since resuming its own nuclear tests Sept 1 the Soviet Union has set off more than 30 atmospheric explosions one with a yield of more than 50 megatons The United States subsequent ly resumed nuclear tests under ground and President Kennedy has said the United States will resume atmospheric tests if ne cessary to protect American in terests The implication in the latest Soviet replies observers noted s that if any France whose African tests were alluded to by Moscow as one reason for resuming its own carry out any nu clear explosions during the re newed negotiations in Geneva hen the Russians would con tinue too Russias agreement to resume he test talks was not unex aectcd Some officials who felt the Kremlin would take just such a step once it had finished ts series of blasts It was expected the United states would make clear that re sumption of talks did not limit ts right to proceed with any tests it considered necessary particularly in view of the un precedented Soviet series Rain snow in forecast for holiday The early outlook for Thanks giving Day in Iowa is that there could be some rain or snow but temperattircs will remain rela tively mild Sunshine was a scarce item Tuesday as a very light rain fell intermittently but afternoon tem peratures were a little higher than those of Monday Mondays tops ranged from 32 degrees at Mason City to 38 at Davenport and Burlington e Weather Bureau said some rain or snow may move into west and central Iowa Wednesday and continue over the state on Thursdaythe holiday Tempera tures wont change much Wednes day and Thursday DAYS AWAY FROM FIRST BIRTH x Kennedy Jr by the White House in advance of the KlgSnlue HSrhe in the youngsters first birthday Saturday his mother Jacquelme wife of His sister Caroline will be fouryears the President m this picture released old on Nov 27 Northwood man found beside auto in river b bd y of Floyd Field 2G Northwood was found about 7 am Tuesday by two deer hunters It was beside the wreckage of Fields car lying on its side in shallow water at the edge of the Shell Rock Eivcr five miles northwest of here The Worth County sheriffs of fice which investigated said it was believed the accident hap pened just before midnight The body wasfoundby Clarence and Dr B H of North wood The sheriffs office said Ihe cause of death still is undeter mined and the investigation has been turned over to Dr W G McAllister Manly Worth County medical examiner Dr McAllister said t h e body was face down in about six inches of water but there was no appar ent injury He said an autopsy rnaybe liekl Tire tracks indicated that Fields car went straight ahead into the river instead of making the slight turn in the road just as it approaches the bridge Field is survived by a wife and two small children He was an employe of the HiYield Fertilizer Co and formerly farmed near Kensett The weather North Iowa Cloudy windy and warmer with rain or drizzle through Wednesday Lows Tues day night in upper 30s Highs Wednesday in mid 40s Turning colder Wednesday night Iowa Cloudy windy and warmer with occasional rain or drizzle Tuesday night lows 30s north west to 40s southeast Wednes day cloudy and windy with rain east and rain changing to snow and turning colder west highs 30s northwest to near 50 south east Heavy snow extreme northwest Wednesday with 4 inches or more likely to accu mulate by evening Further out look Snow ending west Wed nesday night rain changing to snow east Wednesday night and ending Thursday Colder east Thursday Minnesota F o u rinch snow in south windy High Wednesday in 30s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 32 Minimum 26 Sunrise Sunset On the inside Fallout Feature Page 3 Editorials 4 Society News67 Clear Lake News 9 Sports iV12 North Iowa News Latest Markets City News 1415 Comics Chanfllor Konrad Adenauer wind up v f G onference with a handshake at an Executive Mansion door The two ire discussing several major issues including the western approach in any negotiations with Russia on Berlin No trace of Rockefellers son Michael FROJI OUR WIRE SERVICES Gov Nelson A Rockefeller flew toward New Guinea Tues day with heavyhearted news that searchers had failed to find a trace of his missing son along the islands treacherous south ern coast Reports from Hollandia said that as darkness fell on New Guinea Dutch Air sea and land search parties reported no sign of the 23yearold Michael Rock efeller He was last seen Sunday swimming with empty gas cans through a strong tide and shark infested waters toward New Guineas south coast from which he and a Dutch compan ion had drifted The companion R J Wassink was found lion day Michaels father governor of New York and his twin sister Mrs M a r i o n Strawbridge r stopped over in Hawaii and then took off in a chartered jet head ed for Biak Dutch New Guinea At Biak a spokesman for Kroonduif Crowned Pigeon Airlines an affiliate of KLM said a heavier aircraft was be ing readied so the governor could join the search personally if he wished The governor can use the plane as long as he needs it the spokesman said The plane is waiting for him at Merauke air strip The plan was for the governor to transfer from his jet at Biak to a propeller driven C47 to fly to Hollandia FATAL GUN BLAST UPI An 11yearold Dunkerton boy was killed instantly Monday when a shotgun his 13yearold brother jwas cleaning accidentally went off The victim was Ronald George Cox a son of Mr and Mrs George Cox   

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