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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 10, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowaY Daily Newspaper Edited for HOME EDITION VOL 97 The Newspaper That Makes AM North lowans Neighbors fuu MASON CITY FRIDAY APRIL 10 W9 Copy ftvtr of Key Club Curbs OKd Why Not 2nd Niqht Oscars TV Movie Addicts Owe Homage to Stars of Past By HY GARDNER New York HeraldTribune News Service NEW YORK Ithink there ought to be a Second Night Os car Awards to salute the picture makers and stars of the past both living and dead for their services to TV movie addicts Our follow up show would honor personalities on a per sonal and unbiased basis There would be no paid drum beaters or friendly tonguewaggers to electioneer for potential win ners simply leaf through old TV movie program listings and memories refreshed hand out the typewriter Oscarettes FQR THE BESTSupporting Actor of theLate Late Movies we would have to name Mickey Rooney who at the age of 38 has paid alimony to four wives Ava Gardner Betty Jane Rase Martha Vickers and Elaine Mahnken Mickey also deserves a special award for being versatile enough to be seen every dozen or two comi mercials in a different chapter of young Andy Hardy and stillj have a son old enough to play young Andy Hardy For the Most Durable of Ac tors survivors of dozens of old movie battles on land sea and air lwe must give kudos to John Wayne Errol Flynn and Victor McLaglen Every one of their efforts rates four scars WASHINGTON Some For the Most the or of the sevcn Americans Iowa Late Shows we turn to Bmgicilosen as thc first u s astn Crosby and Barry Fitzgerald mjnauts WJD get a rjtJe in the AP Photolax PLEASED AS PUNCH Mrs Alan Shepard East Deny N points to trip during which she spotted the paper newspaper headlines as she exclaims on a newsstand telling her that her son Thats my She is greeted by her has been selected as one of this coun husband on returning from a shopping trysfirst Spacemen to Begin Training Mason City Partly cloudy Fri day night and Saturday Con tinued cool Lows Friday night 26 to 30 Highs Saturday 48 to 52 New Name for ISC ved DES MOINES UPI The Jigsaw Bill by Seriate Provides for License Fee DES MOINES W The Iowa House created a veritable jig saw puzzle of amendments in debating a bill designed to con trol key clubs and then passed he measure 7133 Friday The bill now goes to the Sen ate where indications were here might not be lime enough eft in the session to gain action n it So confused did the House be pmeover the numerous amend ments that at one point Rep George Paul R Brooklyn sought toamend a section whicl had already been stricken from the measure by a previou amendment The bill sponsored by Rep Gail Rusk DNewton started out as a measure that would have required fraternal country and other private clubs which permit members to bring liquor onto the premises for consump tion to pay a license fee of a year if they hadnt been in existence for at least 10 years IT ALSO would have imposed a S100ayear license fee clubs in existence longer than that and would have prohibited the licensing after next July 4 of any club which hadnt been in existence for years All such at least five clubs would have been required to post a AP Pholotaji ROYAL WEDDING PROCESSION Japanese Crown Prince Akihito and from the Imperial Palace to Akihitoa Princess Michiko ride in a glittering mansion Itwas the biggest show in carriage during wedding procession postwar Japan MILLIONS JAM STREETS Japanese Hail Prince and Commoner Bride TOKYO of jubi ant Japanese rejoiced with pa and picnics Friday over bond which would be for1 he precedentbreakingmar Only for Crmvn Princif AKffiffo Nakayaraa bride Michiko Shoda and her prince to their suburban resi dence proposed law My Best Warjof an Atlas intercontinental Pictures Noel Coward in In ballistic missile over the South Which Serve and Greer Atlantic as part of their train GarsonlTTct Walter Pidseon in Mrs same For the movie an Oscarette is awarded director Willie Wyler FOR THE FUNNIEST Come dians and Pictures we give the nod to any revival reuniting the ing The National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA said the flight over the missile range from Cape Canaveral to Ascension Island would precede the launching of a man to have been the one who first said Four cavorts make a gal Wed give Frank Sinatra sev eral awards One for a spine chilling quickie called Sudden Another in the Frustrated Category because he cannot Marx Brothers and any mto orblt around in which W C Fields cavorts ealU1 even though Bill or maybe every precau was Bennett Cerf was supposed S takcn bf spacemen even board an Atlas I animals first will be sent on the missile ride Monkeys dogs pigs and possibly bears will be used in the tests Partly cloudy HUleilowa Board of Regents Friday House amendments diluted change in temperature Friday channjng the name ofjtlie bill to set the license fee for night and Saturday Highs Satapproed changing the name dubs al g ycar d a beautiful commoner who will marred he dayJongcelebra one day share the ancient chryltion He electrified the throng night and Saturday Highs dubs al g year fd urday in the 40s Lows Friday Stte College to lowa stateless of Uieir length of existence night 26 to 34 Outlook university knock oul the ban on me much change in Harry Hagemann Waverly censing clubs in existence fot sanlhemum throne weather Iowa FiveDay Forecast Tem peratures will average 5 to 8 degrees below normal Friday night through next Wednes day Only minor daily tem perature changes are ex jcliairman of the board an nounced the name change after the regents had given the plan approval in an executive ses sion Hagemann said a bill to officially change the name would be introduced in the Iowa Legislature as soon as possible pected with best chance Legislature and the Gov THE MEN one Marine three Navy and three Air Force test pilots were described as less than five The bill also provides that city councils and county boards can set clos ing hours for the private clubs just as they do for beer taverns There also is a fine for failure to buy a state license An attempt by Rep Robert Connor DOttumwa to prohibit warming about Monday Norjernor must approve the name all consumption of liquor mal highs are 57 north to 621 south Normal lows are 33 north to 40 south Precipita tion will average about 25 of an inch in rain or snow about Monday Minnesota Partly cloudy no temperature change Saturday 3848 buy back one or two awful old the Americans best qualified films such as Anchors Project Mercury as the and Take Me Oul to lie Ball manned satellite pro2rain is Special citations would btpre Asked what sustaining faith sented to Bette Davis as the lay behind the pilots Dampest Weeper to Lew Aycrsjto volunteer for a job unique YEAR AGO GlobeGazette weather up to 8 Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 change before it goes into ef fect officially The Ames school founded in 1858 will now carry the name of Iowa State University of Sci ence and Technology The pres ent name is Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts James II of data jowa state said the term co Highs kyo long after a goldencrusted carriage had carried the radiant GOP Gathering to Replace Alcorn Pick Site WASHINGTON iffi The Rej clubs hotels and railroad trams which hold Class B beer permits publcan Natlonal Committee jalong thc proces millions more on hurl ing a stone at Akihito WHEN IT MISSED he leaped onto the moving horsedrawn carriage in a desperate lunge at the prince Police seized him immediate ly He told them I am op posed to the emperor system and have been since childhood was voted down 6027 REP JOHN DUFFY DDu buque said he was speaking as a former law enforcement of ficer when he opposed the bill because there is nothing in this jill which excludes minors from being members in those gathered Friday for a twoday meeting to further its party re building plan choose a new chairman and pick a convention site The important decisions will come Saturday when a new chairman is elected to succeed Guarding of Castro to Be Big Job WASHINGTON The But I had no intention of kill Police withheld chargespehd completion The reacted with tradi tional royal aplomb They gave no sign of noticing the incident and conlinued to nod smilingly and wave to thc crowd The sunfilled day touched three ages symbolic of the new Japan that blends democracy and ageold tradition WITH A SIP of sacred at a holy Shinto sanctuary deep within the Imperial Palace grounds the heir to the throne wed thc gracious girl he met on tennis court Origin of the ceremony is lost in dimmed centuries of Japans past With the union Michiko was transformed from a commoner daughter of a wealthy flour mil her Imperial Highness rown Princess Michiko Her rise from commoner status to he second ranking woman of Duffy said that in his reUHn Meade Alcorn andjStatc as the most skilled doctor injin the history of man the Dr Kildare scries tofrcplied they were buoyed by re Greta Garbo for proving injligious faith their wives faith that the legend ofiin them their failh in them her greatness is without exag geration Id give Brian Donlevy a re selves and their faith in the people planning Project Mer curv Maximum 49 31 36 49 27 t mat uj jus UUJU1UIJ Icgc nolonger accurately delhe biu plCVcnl the oncra hc scaled over amobilizing a Iowa State as an instil lion of prcscnt awf insl olace and dale for the 1950 nomi security fore lion of higher learning Bevidi 0 convention Minis the nation unprecedented in Department is quietlyjjapans history was big section of itsjheralded by Japans youth as a force to guard Cuban of lhe nations emergence Minister Fidel Castroi25 a modern democracy Eisenhowers to Host Churchill Ga dicate any lack of emphasis on agriculture Hilton said explain ing the word science in the new f iding intoxicating liquor cause ol ine scope and as far as prjvale clubs arc Unless theres a lastminuteiduring an unofficial 11day visit Tuc TDIIIMDUAI concerned jhilch Sen Thurston B Mortonlstarting next Wednesday that foil wdbf There is a hole in this billof Kentucky middJcoflheroadf Ami Castro demonstrations a picture lifted from the 19th cenlury of its educational fields Iowa Slate is in actuality a Univer Hilton said The name change does not in title would cover that field activity of prieve from prison pictures and All are in the process of being Id name Dane Clark as thc Aciuprooted with their families tor Best Trained to Brush With from the places they called I White House announced Friday Death and Disaster and come home before Project Mercuryjiiiat former British Prime Min up smiling unruffled and unmoved in on Ihem They have jstcr Sir Winston Churchill wil panting been given until April 27 to visit President Eisenhower for transplant themselves and heir three days in May 1 Haitian rebcls killcd Denier near Hampton longstanding invitation to visit n A i Best or Best leiepnonc i lor his performance in Alexander Va Rebels in Haiti Hijack Airliner SANTIAGO Cuba Six you could drive a whole teamsupporter of President expected to boil up in the Duffy declared will be elected chairpath oC his good will tour of think this is an open sesame man Alcorn is retiring to his Washington New York Prince to the formation of a whole practice in Hartford Conn of these clubs with juveniles as Morion would hold the party members where minors canjpost without giving up his Sen drink right along with Iheirjate seat but would serve only through the 1960 convention TT llls friends of World War II a plane high over Haiti Thurs Snpnrrr Trarv as the Greatest Invenfor for his MERCURY briefly is a forced to cancel a trip day and forced the copilot at role of A to fire a man into orbitinito Washington last year because gunpoint to fly them to eastern Paul Muni as a Great Humani 1961 if bring him The Life of Louisback alive of illness The President and Mrs Eisen tarian in Great Financier in The House day when the controlled White House guest May 4 of Rothschild and William blasts off from Cana56 and on Mav 7 sir Winston George Arliss is the The climax will come on thc ower will have Churchill as Cuba Among the 32 persons aboard when the rebels whipped out pistols was one American George Sailing 58 of Ridge wood N J There was a brief dix as the Most Valuable Playveral with a pilot inside wili movc to British embasbu fierce struggle bctwccr er in the Movie League for his It will course around the earth for OHC niSnt therc beforecrew and rebels and the pilot portrayal of the Sultan of Swat two or llirce limes at intervals cavinS Washington in The Babe Rulh of about 90 minutes at an alii I would give Special Awards tudc of 100 to 150 miles Then to the Program Editors of what coming in over the Pacific to evcr television stations ranjward California the pilot will Steamboat Round thc fire Ihree reverse rockets which j starring Will Rogers as often will force the air conditioned as practical And Id pass1 capsule to begin its descent a law to make George It will reenter the atmos Paul Kelly Edward near Canaveral A small j Peter Lorre Eddie G Robinson parachute will pop out at and Humphrey Bogarl disarm feel to slow its plurige At My final award would be 000 feel a bigger one will open1 given to the televiewing public to drop man and capsule gcnl1 at large for silting so patiently ly into thc ocean Four waiting through so many horrible oldships if the plans work will reels of celluloid in the hope of dtriking a good one retrieve thc buoyant space bulb and its human passenger J SAME IOWA SAFETY DEPARTMENT FIGURES means no Irafflt 4ulh In 24 lEbcrlc Guilbaud killed The rebels forced the plane to jland al Santiago Cuban hcadi quarters for the Haitian revolu lionary movement Horse Falls Iowa Girl 13 Killed DES MOIiVES A 3 yearold girl who had been rid a horse for several year was fatally injured late Thurs Washington New York Prince ton and Cambridge Mass Some telephoned threats and warnings received already by the have been department and the Cuban Embassy The elaborate stepbystep se curity guard will be fully as as that given Soviet IDcp Premier Anastas Mikoyan complete with clattering horse drawn carriages liveried foot men in gold trim and stiffly formal coachmen m white knee breeches silk stock ings and cocked hats Prcscnt for the ceremony in Lhe Shinto shrine were only the bridal couple the aged chief ritualist of the imperial fam ily lesser ritualists and two i Jobber ritualists ana iwo one of them hold ing over Akihitos head lhe 700 yearold jeweled sword symbo lizing the heir of the throne Emperor Hirohito and Em press Nagako were not present in keeping with tradition They waitedinside their palace quar ters 250 yards from the shrine Nursing Home Law Change Bill Tabled coast travels last January Some of Castros bearded personal bodyguards will ac company him But the State Department has the main re sponsibility for shielding him from demonstrators crackpots potenlial assassins as well as enthusiastic well wishers In advance of Castros ar rival an outfit calling itsell the Anticommunist Movement of the Americans set up shon Jin a downtown hotel A Cuban i Rafael del Pino who identifies himself as a former associate of Castro began turning out publicity releases as local rep resentative These have called Castro Traitor of the Ameri and and claimed he was following a proSoviet policy AP Photolax INJURED RUSSIAN HELPED U S Coastguards men and Air lift an injured Russian fish day when the animal slipped eiman from a plane at Elmendorf Base in Alaska and fell on the highway in front The Russian was injured in an accident at sea and of her home near here The vic tim was Janice Chancellor the Soviet government asked for assistance He was given a 5050 chance for recovery BRACKEN INJURED HOLLYWOOD Eddie Bracken was reported in fair condition Friday with a possible broken rib and internal injuries suffered in an auto col lision f DES MOINES bill to ex empt certain county institutions from state nursing home regula tions was killed in the Senate Thursday On a motion by Sen Edwin Gilmour D the Senate voted 2320 to table the bill It would take a two thirds vote to move it out to the calendar again The bill would have exempted county homes fof lhe aged and infirm the state nursing home law passed in 1957 after a Council Bluffs nursing home fire took 15 lives But it would have pro vided for an annual inspection by the state fire marshal   

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