Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 1, 1967 · Page 9
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Actors Leave Themselves After Death By GENE HANDSAKER (Associated Press Writer) HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Authors bequeath gooks and bricklayers their handiwork, but screen actors are uniquely privileged: they leave themselves. Immortalized on film and sound track, they remain after death as real and vibrant to their public as when they trod the movie stages. And death has no sting at the box office —except as a stimulant in rare instances where cult followings develop. About 900 students paid their way into UCLA's Royce Hall a few evenings ago to applaud two movies a combined 38 years old, featuring six actors now dead. The hip collegians laughed at a now camp touch in 1953's "Shane"—a mongrel slinking away to underscore a gunfighter's villainy. But they clearly relished two of the greatest fight sequences ever filmed and the heroics of Alan Ladd, clean-looking, deep-voiced and laconic in fringed buckskins as he drove the bad guys from the settlers' valley. "Casablanca" has been on television countless times anc like "Shane" seemed tiny in iti old 3-by-4 format on the wide screen. But the students applauded Humphrey Bogart when he appeared, suave and cynical The 1943 film also had suave Claude Rains, sinister Sydney Greenstreet, sly Peter Loire and excitable S. Z. Sakall—all like Bogie, now gone but seem ingly as alive as ever. A more spectacular example of deceased actors' immortalit at the box office is "Gone With the Wind," which MGM is re leasing for the sixth time after a take of $40 million on previou rounds. Now it's in wide-screen Don't roll and toss all night just because you have to move. North American Van lines can handle the complete job for you. It's the finest —it's the "Wife-Ap* proved" moving service!, Call today for free estimate. John Vanderheiden, 1019 N. East, Dial 2540, Carroll; Iowa. '__ Around the Rotunda Department of Agriculture is Faced by Budget Problems By Harrison Weber DES MOINES — The state Apartment of agriculture may >e in for some budgetary prob- ems. For years the secretary of agriculture has administered ive trust funds — commercial eed, restaurant, dairy prac- ices, pesticides and fertilizer. The money collected from hese five sources was used to underwrite these programs, including inspections. But the 1967 legislature decided that the revenue from hese five trust funds should go nto the state's general fund. The lawmakers then made a specific appropriation for each of the five programs. In the past, there had always )een a surplus from these trust ; unds which had reverted to the state's general fund at the end of the biennium. The problem that has evolved is that already it is apparent that the appropriation made by the legislature is not going to be sufficient to see the department through the biennium, which only started last July. Both the fertilizer and res- Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Nov. 1, 1967 taurant sections are running short of money, particularly the fertilizer section. Secretary of Agriculture L.B. Liddy's complaint is that there is plenty of money coming in from these five sources, but his department apparently can't touch it. Liddyhas asked the attorney general's office for a ruling as to whether the department of agriculture can dip into these trust funds for administrative purposes. Another point that has riled some is that this action was taken late in the session and the agriculture department was not given an opportunity to explain its needs. For example, the department knew that Iowa farmers had used 22 per cent more fertilizer between the spring of 1966 and 1967 and that more inspectors would be needed. However, this word apparently never got to the legislators. There also seems to be a general feeling among those paying the tax in these five areas format and six-track sound. Of its stars, only Olivia de Havilland is still alive. Clark Gable, Vivian Leigh and Leslie Howard are gone, but a studio spokesman says: "Their passing doesn't seem to have one whit of effect. It's bigger than anything we've had in years." Studios generally avoid releasing a film too soon after the star's death for fear of seeming to commercialize. Spencer Tracy died last June, but "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" won't be shown until December and Columbia won't advertise it as his last film. Cult Mowings gave Rudolph Valentino and James Dean bigger popularity in death than in life. But stars' last pictures also can fail. Examples: Jean Harlow's "Saratoga," completed with a double after she died; Gable's "The Misfits" and Montgomery Clift's "The Defector." Three Re-elected to Hospital Board (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - The annual meeting of stockholders of the Manning Community Hospital Assn. was held Oct. 26. Annual reports were given to stock ...holders attending. Gilbert Phillips, Virgil Rowedder and William Knaack were re-elected as members of the board for three-year terms. In a directors meeting following the corporation meeting, Mr. Phillips was re-elected president; Leo Bruck, vice president; 0. E. Pratt, secretary and Robert Campbell, treasurer. Past Presidents of Emil Ewoldt Unit No. 22, American Legion Auxiliary, met at the •x PICNIC PAK WIENERS GRILLIN' GREAT home of Edna Peters Thursday evening with 14 in attendance. Hostesses with Mrs. Peters were Helen Pratt, Feme Ramsey, Edna Vollstedt and Lola Ahrendsen. Mrs. Pratt, president, conducted the business session. A report was made on membership. The group voted to send $10 to Department to be used at Christmas time in a veterans' hospital. Carpet rags will be brought to the next meeting and sewing done on them, to be sent to Bert Doran at Boone. Poppy wreaths will be made at the April club meeting, prior to Memorial Day. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Bible Readers met at the home of Emma Hagedorn Thursday afternoon with 14 present. Edna Halbur was co- hostess. Devotions were given by Betty Ohm; and Miriam Jacobsen led the lesson. Esther Circle of the United Presbyterian Women met at the home of Thelma Mohr Friday. Enid Barsby was co-hostess. Twelve members and one guest, Lillian Mohr, were present. Lucille Brus presented the devotions, and conducted the lesson "Three Threats to Unity." Marie Kinney entertained the U-Delt-Em Club Tuesday. Winners were Betty Ross, Mrs. Kenney, and Ida Wiese. that the money they pay in should be used exclusively for administering these programs. Walter Edelen, chairman of the state liquor commission, says the commission is screening candidates to head up the commission's law enforcement division. The commission has not had a director, as such, since January of 1966 when Gene Needles left the liquor commission post to become state safety commissioner. In the meantime E. J. McCarthy has been serving as acting director. But the law requires that the director have a law degree, which McCarthy does not have. Edelen says about half a dozen candidates are being screened and he hopes the commission will appoint a new law enforcement director by the first of the year. Some 2,000 acres of Iowa highway right-of-way have been seeded with "crownvetch" which is a newcomer among legume plants used along highways to control erosion. It was developed, tested, named and released jointly by the USDA soil conservation service and the Iowa agricultural experiment station in 1961. Use of crownvetch Is especially good for roadside improvement since it is a long lived, winter hardy, drought resistant legume that adapts well to Iowa weather and soil conditions. Crownvetch was developed and tested as a stabilizer ; for soil on steep banks and generally to control soil loss on areas where other methods had been unsuccessfully employed. Its use on highways in Iowa has been mostly on approach fills at grade separations and interchanges, and on the larger slopes. Harold Dolling, landscape ar- chiteci for the highway commission, says that "this laven- dar pink legume flowers abundantly during May and June to HARDWARE - AUTOMOTIVE - APPLIANCES enhance beauty along the high-, way. During the remainder of ttye growing season, crownvetch furnishes an abundant growth of green vegetative cover." Party Partner Here's the partner you'll want for that next party. Big, plump and juicy G. B. Franks satisfy even the most hearty appetites. The natural hickory-smoked flavor makes G.B. Franks everybody's favorite. Watchinr your weight? 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