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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 14, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             1 V1 i o i tioament act for a Die M if tte Cutervgte ffaa sod a fanacr atate atnre and Mate highway both the battte both sid Formation of a annember 1 committee an Bounced thk week to work for ratifkatioa of the the Plan fa a similar organised leader is former Sen Duaae Dewil of Al gona pubfeiMr of weekly aewfc papers in Alfooa and Bancroft ia moot either ctU hot both camps claim to have logic and ream on their side Beck and Dewel agree how ever that the basic problem in fa the ptfclkL about Shaff This if dtfOctUt teeaiMe how Senate will be distributed if the plan becomes law The draftedprimarily by Sea David O Shaff RClinton would aet up a Senate ekctod Mm districts of roughly equal population and a House composed of one member from each of lowai W counties The job of dividing the state into 58 population districts would be left up to a bipartisan commis Thats wby neither side can say exactly how the seats will be distributed lowam Against the Shaff Plan contends it is worse than the pres ent apportionment of under which less than 35 per cent of the people Delect a majority of sena tors and a majority of House members are1 elected by around X per cent of the people The group says the plan will dilute the present population fac tor in the House so that 22 per cent will elect a majority and Senate seats could be so appor for bitter The that the upperhouse wffl be controlled by less than a ma jority of the people Beck concedes that under the Shaff plan about 24 per cent of the population would elect a jority of the House but he says the of population control will be quite decisive in the Sen ate He said that Polk County whkh has roughly 10 per cent of thk states would have five or six Senate scab or rough ly 10 per cent under virtually any apportionment that can be drawnup1 He concedes that a couple of counties notably PoUawattamie and ainton might lose total rep resentation under the Shaff plan but says it would be difficult to draw amore perfect plan that had a chance of passage lowans Against the Shaff Plan also has attacked 4he pro Shaff contention that the plan follows the principle of the federal Con gress of basing one house on area and one on population The group contends the Shaff plan reveries the federal systen by making the Senate rather than the House the population body Dewel calls it upside down re apportionment Beck says the principle is one house oo area one house on popu lation and contends it doesnt matter which is which He says a majority of states which have re apportioned recently made tht Senate the population house The antiShaff forces includt North Iowas Daily Newspaper newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors IT Y GLOBEGAZETTE Please torn to page 2 VOL ID PTCM Pro InfcnutJonal Full Home Edition MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 W3 10c copyjThfc Paper Coiulrts of Two SectionsSection On No 187 were born Saturday to the 30 yearold wife of a grocery ship ping clerk Doctors said the mother Mrs Andrew Fischer and the baby were all in good condition Kennedy tried on headdress when he arrived at Bismarck N D airport An Indian princess smiles approval r Photofix Kennedy was banquet speaker for 20fh annual convention National Congress of American Indians Will they Ifollow Greeks OfT of church interest focused Saturday on whetherother Eastern Orthodox churches will follow the Greek lead boycott the Ecumenical Council and reject appeals for unity with the Roman Catholic Churchr The forthcoming PanOrthodox Conference at Rhodes Greece took pn new signiflcartce fofew ing rejection byGreekOr Becomes mom i i grandmother in same day WATERBURY Conn W Jane Yurkauskas 44 gave birth to her grandsons uncle a few hours after the uncles nephew was born Mrs Yurkauskas became a grandmother Friday when her daughter Mary Ann McDon ald 20 gave birth to a boy A few hours later Mrs Yur kauskas was delivered of a boy in the same hospital Mother and daughter neph ew and uncle all are doing fine the hospital said North Iowa Weather outlook X Mostly fair and warmer Saturday Windy Saturday nwht Cloudy Sunday with showers poesiMe afternoon and evening Cooler Sunday with lows M to M Hiohs Sun in the Weather oetaiis on 2 thodox Primate Chrysostomos of said it would boycott the Rhodes conference Then the synod tried any hope forreunion with the Vatican The Rhodes meeting Sept 19 will whether Orthodox churches should accept a Vatican invitation sto the second cbiiricil session which opens JO Idays er One of the councils chief aims is to find waysto ilriite Chrisfehdom There was no official Vatican reaction ip mos attack on the Roman Catho lic Church But several prelates with Eastern churches appear pptirnisticA that most Orthodox churches will send observers to the council One Vatican prelate suggested that the yery harshness of Chry sostomos words migh have a re verse effect on the rest of prtho doxy He said the others meeting in Rhodes might hesitate to reject the Vatican invitation because it could imply agreement with the Greek primate and damage moves toward Christian unity The Greek Orthodox have count ed themselves out Jheir 12 Church as centralist and absolu tioriistfHesafd it wpuja be fruit less for churchmen to attend council and declared that brttodoxCattolic unity uriattainable ooiidoctrin al and other The Orthodox will neve be disposed to accept the infalli bility of the Popei he said A year ago the Orthodox church from John XXIII to attend the Oct 11 1962 council opening They decided against it or body Go back to school mayor tells students Ala W Mayor Albert BoutweU has uirged white students to get hack in school after week of boy cotting classes to protect inte gration You arc not accomplishing any purpose by staying out of school BoutweU told students who jammed his office Friday unsuccessfully to get the Greek goyenimenti to forbid use of the feland of Rhodes Archbishop Chrysostomos denounced are re ABERDEEN SD W four girls and a boy I dont make the most money in the world said the 38year old father It does present some Im going to take care of them along with the five we have The Fischers have two other Things like that dont happen quints dad says expect something like thfi t PkWscite suggested byIowa bar ARNOLDS PARK AP The Board of Governors of the Iowa Jar Association approved a reso ution Friday calling for a plebi scite on the effectiveness of in dividual judges by its members n advance of every state judi cial election The resolution was presented y Henry J TePaske of Orange City chairman of the Judicial Administration Committee Under the plan the bar associa ion would conduct the plebiscite ive months in advance of the Mbvember judicial election A bal ot would be mailed every regis tered member of the bar The plan provides mat 135 days prior to theelection all ballots should be returned for counting The ballot would offer all regis tered members of the bar a chance to give an affirmative or negative response to the question of whether a judge seeking to be retained in office should be en dorsed The judges up for retention would be notified four months in advance of theresponses received rom the associations balloting Then 30 days prior to the election f the association received at least IOWA BAR Please turn to page 2 happea so close i to when it if SSS you sons ani three daughters the eldest 7 11 The babieswere delivered over a period of an hour and 40 minutesrbetween am and at St Lukes hospital The babies were not1 weighed immediately Mrs Fischers phy sician Dr James Berbos said the jirths presented some difficulties Kcause four of the children were breech deliveries although one arrived sin the usual headfirst po sition In the hospital nursery Sat irday morning however all five babies were described as getting along fine Dr Berbos said the Fischers were told Wednesday following an xray examination that the mother was carrying quintuplets She had entered the hospital tha day he said because she had been having difficulty in getting jtfoundr 1 r Friday morning I think Hi since S wasthe of all He was really told me that I was going to have five childrenWednesday affer noon and my wifedidni find out until that night T hadbeen down to the Hos pital earlier Friday night I came home and was just ready to goto bed when the phone rang It was the hospital and they told me Id better get down there right away This was about am I home because Ive got to milk my two cows Theyve got to be milked in the morningand the evening My wife couldnt believe it Shes really happy about it though Ive never seen her so surprised as when she found out hospital was down there about it That place really buzzin Phones were ringin and every thing And Ill bet there sure was a lot of coffee drunk last night Those nurses were tickled pink Everyone was runnin around You just dont expect some thing like that to happen around doctor saidQ his wife and the news that she was to bear the five children started crying and she crie all night J for father said Idont know I fook the news In fact r don think I came to for a couple o days idont usually drink coffee 3tyWold TC remarked except for break fast at the warehouse Of the five children the Fischers lad before Saturday the eldest is Danny 7 the youngest Denise In between are Charlotte 6 Julie 5 and Evelyn 4Vfe The family recently moved to a farm at the edge of Aberdeen and bought two cows so wed lave plenty of milk for the kids STischer said The five children are the ond set of quintuplets born in the Western Hemisphere in a week Last Saturday in Maracaibo Venezuela five boys were born almost two months premature to Mrs Cuervo de Prieto ra 34year here Bulletin BELGRADE Yuoosla v I a Nflo Dinh Nhu sisterinlaw of South Vtet Nam President Ngo Dinh Diem said Saturday she would welcome a United Na tions investigation of alleged discrimination in her country children by a previous marriage The children placed in an in cufaator and given a special skuTimed milk diet are reported in satisfactory condition The first verified birth of quin tuplets in the Western Hemis phere was that of the Dionne sisters in Canada onMay 28th 1934 One of the five Emile died in 1954 The other four Annette Ce cile Marie and Yvonne still are living Another birth of quintuplets in the Western Hemisphere took place on July 15 1943 The five Diligenti children were born in Argentina and all survive an electric m rturn iiriviia BufintKeT Co hotheads WASHINGTON UP One of the most violent episodesm the controversialhistory of mittee on UnAmerican Activities has ended beateiktingedtideofstudents and their fol owers has decamped from Congress after two days of heanngs on a trip which 59 of their number madf to Cuba this summer despite aState Department ban nf Qf applause and shouts of tyranny caused scores of policemen to swoop them out of the Old House Office building Each time they landed the sidewalkthey cried out against police brutality There was no The Globe REPORT CHURCH prefer ences in religious survey tally Page 6 MOHAWKS w i n openei against Charles City Page 13 Editorials Church news 6i Society news 1011 North Iowa news Sports news 13 Clear Lake news Football schedules 15 Latest Market newsN Mason City news U17 Surveyor 19 Classified pages 1811 Production dispute T SI Joe Armour suspends 75 ST JOSEPH Mo UPI Armour and Co Friday suspend ed slaughter operations intheir hog section laying off 75 work ers under a disputed contract to increase production Officials of Local 58 United Workers indicat ed they expected beefslaughter operations to halt later Satur day The company said hogkill op erations were being discontinued because the workers failed to achieve production agreed on in an Aug contract with the St JToseph Armour Plant local The agreement negotiated by the local when the company threatened them with the loss of 490 jobs called for daily slaugh ters of 338 hogs and 106 cattle But the management said daily hog production since the agree ment went into effect has been more than 300 but less than the 338 figure and beef slaughters have averaged only 94V4 Prior to the suspenston of op erations district Union Director Dave Hart called a meeting for am Sundayto determine whether the local was within its rights in negotiating the con tract Hart said if it is decided that the local acted illegally the membership could approve ap pointment of an international administration to take over union operations The international union has contended that Armour em ployed unfair tactics and pres sured the local into signing the productivity agreement Harry Hendrix of Chicago ia ternational union field represent ative said the local agreed to increase production only after the company threatened them with the job loss by suspending operations in part of the plant Armour contended that the 125 per cent increased produc tion agreement was necessary in order to preserve the jobs The plan was drawn up after the company announced cutbacks in the hog sheep and cattle divi sions because of a million loss ia a 6month period loubt the cops did not treat them gently Many wore beards denim work shirtsblue jeans arid san dals The most outbreak cameFriday Kathy Prensky was asked if she wasa merrfber of a Progres sive Labor Student Club which the committee called a Comniu nist splinter group Her voice trembling emo tion she because I believe socialism is the way to end racism and under socialism we can have congressmen who are truly representative arid who are not elected because Ne groes are not allowed to vote A sharp outburst of greeted this sally Police began grabbing ths loudest clappers and hustling them toward the door Leave em alone cried others Tyr anny someone shouted over and over Down with HUAC Down with cried ayouth as he was marched to the referring to House UnAmerican Activities Committee SAME DATElK23tl t   

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