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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 8, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZ The Newspaper That Mokes All North lowans Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated Press ana United Presi Full MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 8 7e Copy PAPMConsist ot Two m I Nose Cone Retrieved Far in Atlantic Changes Abundant in Japan Attitude Toward Ruling Family C Reflects Switch From the GlobeGarettes Editorial Research Bureau The son of the Son ot Heaven is being married Fri day in circumstances that com bine centuriesold mystery and mysticism with social and po lilical innovations that approach the revolutionary Its difficult to exaggerate the change thats come over the at titude of Japan towards its rul ing family in the brief 14 years since the end of World War II The wedding of Crown Prince Akihito and Miss Michiko Shoda the commoner whos taken the hearts of the Japanese people gives dramatic form and substance to the transformation Prior to the Japanese surren der in World War II Akihilos father Hirohito was a godem peror called Tenno Heaven ly Ruler and Exalted Maj esty as well as Son of Heaven His name was never spoken or printed in Japan Eyes were cast down in his presence EVEN HIS likeness had to be treated with reverence In case of fire in a school the Emper ors picture was rescued even at the cost of teachers or pu pils lives A Christian school got into serious difficulty when it used the phrase God save the Emporer who was this god who was to protect the godday and agreed unanimously on la modified form of the Stuart AP Photofax HAS TOP PLAY Lorraine Hansberry 28 won the New York drama critics award for the best American play of the season A Raisin in the a story about the life of a Ne gro family on Chicagos South Side was her first effort as a playwright The winning play got six votes with five votes each going to Sweet Bird of Youth by Tennessee Williams and by Archi bald MacLeish A Touch of the by the late Eugene ONeill received three votes Decker Co Dispute toSummit7 600 More Suspended Difficulties between the union and management at Jacob E Decker and Sons appeared Wednesday to be headed for at the summit negotiations in Chicago International headquarters ofj the United Packinghouse Work ers Union and officials of Arm bur and Company both located in Chicago presumably will have to take over now said P J Thogerson general manager of the Decker plant in Mason Endorse Plan by Stuart DES MOINES UP House Democrats met in caucus with Gov Herschel Loveless Wednes City our It is a division of Arm His political powers flowed from his divinity His subjects had to observe the ways of the State Shintoist cult regardless of their individual personal faiths Rescripts issued by the THE ENTIRE production force in the plant was sus pended Tuesday by the manage ment This move involved about 600 more union members in ad dition to the 350 in the hog kill ing and cutting departments which were suspended Friday Supervisory employes began work Tuesday morning cutting hogs which were left when the union workers walked out Fri day noon Union workers stopped work immediately when the foremen and other super visors began work Under the union contract with Armour said Douglas McMan nes Mason City union presi dent supervisory employes are not permitted to do any produc tion work but merely to super vise THOSE WHO stopped work were immediately suspended The only thing operating now is the power said Mc Mannes Difficulties at the plant started Friday when union of ficials asked permission to take time off during the afternoon 48 House Democrats He said for a union meeting Manage AP Photoiax VICTORY FOR WETS Former Tulsa Common to end 51 years of prohibition Walker was leader in Pleas Judge Paul Walker left watches as a the drive charging the old law which allowed thou painter puts finishing touches on a sign in the win dow of the wets headquarters Oklahomans voted sands of bootleggers to make countless millions of dollars was a plan for legislative reapportion ment Loveless told newsmen after the caucus that he expected the plan to meet agreements of all wielded the real power in the Land of the Rising Sun The Allies in World War over protest of the Chinese Na tionalists and the Australians retained the Emperor as head of state in order to use Hiro hitos hold over the Japanese people Douglas Mac Arthur was publicly ordered not to bringthe Emperor to trial as a war criminal PREVIOUSLY in a historic rescript to his people of Jan 1 1946 Hirohito had disavowed his familys ancient claim to divine origin through descent from the sun goddess Amalerasu He branded as false the traditional affairs hadhie no know how many Rejment refused but union workers the status of divine law Consepubiicans would go for it quenlly whatever clan or group was able to control the Emperor THE MODIFIED Stuart plan he said would leave the Senate at 53 members as proposed in the original bill but would departments walked out never theless The management im mediately suspended them Negotiations between the un ion and management to solve provide fpr greater representathat dispute ended in complete failure Monday afternoon No tion in the House Under the Senate approved plan the House would be com posed of about 118 members I have every reason to ex pect the plan will be acceptable to the Senate because it doesnt disturb redistricting of the Sen ate as set out in the original Stuart Loveless said He said the modified version will be offered in the form of an amendment HOUSE MAJORITY Leader Clark McNeal said an eleventh mav be in Japanese doctrines of imperialhour compromise divimly and racial making Iincler the Japanese constitution of 1946 the once omnipotent Emperor became a constitution al monarch no more than the symbol of the state and of the unity of the people deriving his position from he will of the In effect it would create a further meetings are scheduled both sides agreed Tuesday Sioux Citys Plant Struck SIOUX CITY W A meeting of Packinghouse Union members was held Wednesday to discuss a situation in which the suspen sion of four employes at the Armour Co plant blossomed into a walkout of about Youth Killed in Crash at Charles City CHARLES CITY David R Nicholson 19 rural killed instantly in a twocar crash one mile west of Charles City on Highway 14 Tuesday aflernoon Nicholsons brother Daniel 17 and Ronald Groesbcck 27 ruralCharles City were hos pitalized Their condition is not considered serious According to Highway Patrol man Dana Rima both cars were going east and collided in pass ing Both cars were hurled into the ditch shearing off a telej phone pole All three MORE ABOUT COLLEGIANS ON Togetherness Binge SAN State College students here hoping to put an end to such shenanigans went on a onehour rampage Tuesday with these results Eighteen students piled atop a twowheel motor scooter 29 oozed into a bathtub 16 girls drank from the same milkshake container at the same time with straws Oh yes the telephone booth A bunch angJed themselves inside but nobody bothered to count em Heavy Snow Warning in South Iowa Heavy snow was forecast for thrown from the cars Nichol The xperimentai use of lhe southern Iowa Wednesday with NoPassing Signs to Be Placed on More Iowa Roads AMES nopassing signs are to be post d on 19 more principal Iowa workers Tuesday 99member Senate based onj The meeting was called by area and a House of about 125 members based on a strict pop ulation apportionment McNeal R Bclmond said some such arrangement had to Nipponese affection for Hirojnbe out by R hilo has increased if in order to k keep faith Parlly this is because Japan Henry Denny president of Unit ed Packinghouse Workers Lo cal 34 DENNY SAID the dispute ori ginated with the suspension of four men in the product chill and pack division who refused part whch ls Com to work overtime above the reg u prostrate in defeat 14 rears to a Plan houseiular eighthour day because the has risen to its grca lest prospersfricly on area and the othercompany had not hired a re ity as the Japanese themselves stnctiy on Population placement for a man on vaca say since Emperor Democratic caucus came lion fjrst of the imperial line llc House readied itself for Virgil Eads plant man ruled some years ago debate on the controversial re lager called he walkout a viola sons body was found 100 feet from the point of Groesbeck was driving one car David was the driver of the other The Nicholsons sons of Mr and Mrs Roy D Nicholson were staying in Charles City where David was employed by Jennings Pontiac He was grad uated last year from Colwell High School Daniel is a high signs on U S 30 has been of six lo eight successful that the State High way Commission decided Tues day to post them on these other rods EastWest 2 18 20 34 64 92 and 9 from the intersec tion with 33 wesl lo Spirit NorlhSouth 59 61 63 65 Lighl raia and chilly lempera 71 75 169 and 218 Chief Engineer John inches expected The Weather Bureau said much melting should occur but roads may become slick and hazardous Fairfield reported an inch of snow on the ground early Wed school student Funeral services will be held jsaid funds are available to payday the estimated cost of for Low lures covered much of the re of the slate Wcrlnes Oklahomans Vote to End Prohibition By Tim ASSOCIATED PRESS Oklaliomans have kicked out prohibition but they will have Lo wail at least two months be fore buying liquor legally Although OkJahomans voled or repeal Tuesday it does no ecome effective until the vote s followed up by the slate Leg slature This may take from iO to 90 days In other elections Tuesday layor Richard J Daley of Chi ago polled a near record ma signs temperatures included 31 at Mason City and 32 at ority in winning his seconc erm and Justice E Harold lallows won a full 10year term n the Wisconsin Supreme Court n a close nonparlisan election OKLAHOMAS action left Mis issippi the only state with full rohibition With all but 13 of 234 precincts reporting repeal arricd to Repeal came in the form of a onslilutional amendment allow ng sale of packaged liquor in rivate stores Prohibition has ccn in the Oklahoma constitu on since the stale entered the union 51 years ago The Legislalure now must validate the amendment and re Friday at at the Mis The signs are al lhe Spencer The highest reading sion Covenant Church here Thejleft side of Uie hignwav lo warnwas 42 degrees at Davenport R o AT 111 nn R i a a I n nn11 nft i I oirc nirrhc cinri frr Rev Milton B Caale will offil Tuesdays highs ranged from ciate and burial will be in Rivera motorist that he is at Lamoni lo 62 aL Spcncer side Cemetery Grosmann Hage a nopassing zone In Hie pastiMason cjty had GO Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements such zones have been marked fay yellow lines on the roads peal all antiwhisky laws before the legal sale of packaged liquor can begin BESIDES REPEALING state wide prohibition Oklahomans Cooler weather should remain voted down a proposal to give Thursday and Friday AKIHITO SHARES his fath ers popularity and lhe public has warmly embraced lhe newj democracy of the royal famj ilv as demonstrated in lhe wed dislricting proposals Grocery Stores Can Sell Aspirin Court Decides lion of the union contract EADS SAID the firm has cur tailed operations in several de parlmenls because lhe rate of cattle kill had dropped 19 per cent and that if the employe in the one department had not gone on vacation he or some other worker would have been laidi DES MOINES fUPI Theioff ding of the crown prince Shintoi ist forms will be maintained none of the thousand or so of ficial guests not even lhe Em peror or Empress will witness the rites Traditional costumesiiowa Supreme Court ruled Wcds Eads said that under the con will hp worn and traditional tract daily work schedules in Sifts exchanged tha legal for grocicludiHS ovcrtime must bc post But in respects the over j The Iowa Board of Pharmacy time listed p j L hrjfip io hc are Examiners had brought a case Supervisory employes were obviously much in love not Walter McEwen DCS put on the job Tuesday handling participants in a manage of for selling assome of the work load convenience P nn wlthout a Pharmacy convenience license The board had asked April is not ordinarily a favthe Polk County Dislrjct Court orcd lime for weddings injto stop McEwen from selling GETS 10 YEARS DAVENPORT UPI Miss counties option lo keep prohibi tion in their own boundaries 1 This was defeated to j MayoT Daley a Democrat re iceivcd per cent of the total ballot in defeating Republican j Timothy Shcehan a former con igrcssman The final unofficial Ivolc Daley Sheehan Success on 7th Attempt Miles FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES CAPE CANAVERAL Fla A twostage test rocket hurled its experimental nose cone miles down the Atlantic tracking range early Wednesday and into the hands of a waiting re covery team It was the first recovery of a nose cone fired at intercontin ental range In a Defense Department statement released here by the Air Force officials said the fu turistic nose cone was retrieved from the south Atlantic near Ascension Island little more than two hours after the 80foot ThorAbie rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral THE STATEMENT said that although recovery of the cona was a secondary lest objective it was an additional bonus to the lest program as it will pro vide physical verification of tele metry data The ThorAblc rocket bear ng the slim experimental nose r cone was fired at The Pentagon said air planes and recovery ships saw the cone plunging back toward earth like a liny meteor soon afterward At one aircraft sighted the dye marker released from the nose cone recovery package and guided Uie ships to that the statement said The nose cone was then picked up by an ocean range IT WAS THE first cone that has been found in seven firings of that nose cone experiments Ascension Island is halfway between the coasts of Africa and Brazil more than miles from the cape Officials said that as on pre vious flighs to ICBM range the nose cone was highly instru mented and provided data throughout its flight and entry into the earthsj dense atmosphere Upon reentry the statement said a parachute was ejected to slow the nose cone down When it impacted a flotation bag was ejected and automati cally inflated The nose cone was suspended out 30 feet in the water below the flotation The nose cone is designed to protect a nuclear warhead on its flight into and out of space owa Snow southeast Wednes day night becoming heavy ac cumulating to around six inch es extreme southeast by Thursday morning Cloudy and cooler entire state Wed nesday night Decreasing cloudiness continued co o 1 Thursday Lows Wednesday night upper 20s north to 30s south Highs Thursday 40s east to lower 50s west i ol O I OO i Thatwas the biggest majority Mason City Mostly cloudv and Japan but so have the youngjthe aspirin Donna Brown 31 Tuesday was lovers captured the Japanese The Supreme Court upheld aiscntenccd to 10 years in the T TI ji n i 11 imagination thai thousands ofi lower court ruling thai aspiriniwomens reformatory aftcf ACCIDEM COSI b LIFE 1 the other machine involved was operated by jlown couples plan lo marry duringjis a domestic remedy and aipleading guilty lo smothering lo car in whicli David Nicholson 19 rural Ronald Grdeshcck 27 rural Charles jgeijn the car the month lo share the good retail pharmacy license is not death her newborn twin girls Bassetl lost his life in a collision on City who Was injured I bulge in a Chicago mayoral election since 1935 when Ed i ward J Kelly and his Demo cralic ticket won per cent I of the vote Inquest Slated Into Death of TeenAger TAMA inquest has been scheduled into the death of Judy Timm 14 Tama who was killed Tuesday night whtn the car in which she was riding slruck a bridge near here while traveling 90 miles an hour Cor oner Harvey Jones of Tama Counly said Ihccar was driven by Ronald Zhorne Tama Zhornc was listed in crit ical condition al a Marsha A Ihird passcn David Timm cooler Wednesday night low upper 20s Partly cloudy not so cool Thursday high 4853 Minnesota Cloudy colder scat i tered snow Highs Thursday 3545 GlobeGazette weather data up lo 8 Wednesday Maximum 60 Minimum 31 At 8 33 luck of the Princes marriage needed Jan 11 Highway 14 west of Charles City The brother of the victim was in good condition at the hospital SAME   

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