Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 14, 1962 · Page 34
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 34

Eureka, California
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Saturday, April 14, 1962
Page 34
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"' KLUTCH CO., Box 280D, Elmtro, N.Y. § My Four A tv personality recalls when her big brothers, including her grow up as a woman This is Jeanne at age 16 months. By JEANNE CAGNEY 88 told to y TNTIL SHE SUFFERED a series of LJ multiple strokes in 1945, my mother Carrie Cagney was the core of our family. I was working as a radio actress in New York when my brothers wired me that she was dying. I flew to Los Angeles, where my brother Jimmy met me at the airport and rushed me to the hospital. When I finally got to Mom, she could no longer speak--she could only move the fingers of one hand. Yet when she saw me she did something so beautiful I shall never forget it. Using her hand, Mom signaled us close to her. When her four boys and I were gathered around the bed, she looked at Harry and slowly moved her first finger. She looked at Jimmy for a long moment and indicated her second finger. She looked at Ed and indicated her ring finger. She looked at Bill and indicated her little finger. At last she looked at me and, folding her thumb over the palm of her hand, she closed all her fingers tightly over it. Mother was telling her boys to take care of me. In her heart Mom probably knew they didn't need to be told this. As far back as I can remember, my four brothers have always been there when I needed them. Our father died in an influenza epidemic in New York City six months before I was born. Harry, Jim, Ed, and Bill immediately took over as the men of the family. They became the greatest four fathers a girl could have. Mom used to tell me how delighted the boys were when I was born. We were living in an old brownstone tenement on New York's East 78th Street. The doctor who attended my delivery at home had a hard job keeping the boys out of Mother's room. Fortunately, there was a parade that day, and he chased them out of the apartment to watch it. We had to struggle for food and rent money during my growing-up years. Harry and Ed were studying to be doctors, Jimmy was trying to break into show business, Bill was going to high school, and everyone had a job in his spare time to earn money for the family. The boys also helped with the chores around the house, which often included me. For instance, Bill, the youngest, couldn't play baseball Saturday mornings until he'd washed all the sheets and pillowcases--and then he couldn't go unless he took me. T HE BOYS never were ones for pampering. They were tough, practical men, yet they loved children. I can recall only one time when one of the boys shouted at me. I was four years old, and Jimmy had me on his lap reading the Sunday comics aloud. He was in vaudeville then and had been up late the previous night. While reading, he started to yawn. I noticed a gold object shining in his mouth (at four no one tells you about gold fillings). During one especially big yawn, I reached into Jimmy's mouth to touch it. Jim choked and almost chomped down on my fingers, If he hadn't caught himself, he might have bitten my hand off. When he realized what had happened, he was so frightened he shouted, "For heaven's sake, honey, don't ever do that again!" I was shocked at being shouted At 17, Jeanne visited Jimmy on Hollywood set. Her oldest brother, Dr. Harrv, is at rich! tPCagggWMJ'WiWBbiiJH,1'.alja»M ^ ^^» iinai ·

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