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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 15, 1964, Mason City, Iowa The newspaper that makes alt North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON IOWA MONDAY JUNE 15 1M4 10e o Two AnocLited Preu Full LtM No lOt se remap on population Iowans are shocked by decision Lodge denies he has quit post in S Viet Nam MOINES US Court decision that both 1 houses of a state legisla ture must be apportioned on population brought reactions id surprise and shock from Iowa Republican legislative leaders Monday Democratic Gov Harold Hughes however said he was pleasedwith the decision Ijhe court ruling in an Ala bama case announced Monday by Chief Justice Earl Warren held that the equal protection clause of the federal Constitu tion requests a state to make an honestand good faith effort to construct districts in both houses of its legislature as nearly of equal population as is practicable1 Hughes said most of us have felt all the time that this is right and just and added that it is pretty the per manent reapportionment plan passed thewlowai Legisla tures special session in April would not meet the standards by the Federal Court saidhe didnt think the decision would have any effect on the temporary plan also passed by the special session under which the 1965 legislature is to be elected But he added that the pie must accept the responsibil r ity for such a decision and give consideration to problems of minority groups In i state such is whereagriculture is so impor tant those in urban areas must be as familiar with farm prob lems are the fanners Hughes said Republican Lt Gov William Mooty said the decision came as a complete surprise and quite a shock I never thought theyd go that far Speaker of the House Robert Naden RWebstercCity said he didnt think the court was inter preting the federal Constitution correctly and added This de cision probably will bring prompt action to amend the federal Constitution Atty Gen Even Huffman Re publican nominee opposing Hughes for governor said there is no question in my mindthat these are far reach ing decisions which will have a direct bearing on the Iowa legislative situation Apparently reapportionment is stiil going to be a stateby state matter Hultman said They are not going to be able to put all the states in the same mold As Justice Warren vindicated in one of the decisions the Su preme Court probably is going to have to pass on each individ ual reapportionment case J Robert Hard OsceeU at torney representing county aud itors of Wayne Clarke and De catur counties in an Appeal to the Supreme Court said the de cisions apparently will have a good deal of bearing on whether the court decides to hear our appeal He declined comment on whether he thought the deci sions were good or bad It is their job as Supreme Court justices to he said It is our job as lawyers to present to them all aspects Reports called untrue SAIGON South Viet Nam Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Monday termed totally untrue a Washington report that he was resigning within 30 days There is no truth at alt in that Lodge said through a spokesman Lodge repeatedly has denied similar reports in the past On one recent occasion he said am not resigning but I dont plan to stay here the rest of my life either The New York Times had re ported that Lodge had asked to be relieved within 30 days for reasons of The White House in Washington said Pres ident Johnson had received no letter of resignation The Columbia Broadcasting System reported from Saigon that Lodge said the reporthe had submitted his resignation was totally untrue i The American Broadcasting Co said Lodge talking Sunday night in Saigon with ABC cor respondent Charles Arnot denied published reports that he Uniied States before the Republican National Convention Lodge made no mention in the taped WRECKS JN FOUR DAYS iSesetwo Louisville Nashville freight trains were scattered near Kennesaw following a collision at the same spot two freight trains collided last Thursday kill ing one crewmanA railroad spokesman said the trains collided at a placewhere the tracks were close together There were no injuries in the latest acci dent Radishes grow to music of Beatles of the case Sen D C City an outspoken advocate of minority groups added weight in one house of the legis lature said he feels the decision usurps the rights and preroga tives of the people to decide what kind of apportionmentthey want in their legislative bodies These decisions realty do away with the need for two houses in a legislature Nolan said Thefirst step of the per manent reapportionment planin Iowa obviously will haveto be revised Even if wedont like the courts decisions we have to go along with them I can see now a great drive to change the federal system of a Senate based on area and a House on population This deci lion will encourage those who want to upset the makeup of the federal Congress By FRANCIS STILLEY NEW YORK like music They also like some kinds of music better than others They grow better when theyre listening to it Lily Pons operatic coloratura quite well They dont care quite as much for symphonic works Whet they really like the most though is the Beatles Radishes simply go wild over the Beatles This discovery was made by Lynn Boshkov 15 year old daughter of a Columbia Univer sity professor in a sophomore biology class experiment at sub urban White Plains High School Her father Stefan Boshkov associate professor of mining engineering was inclined to laugh off the experiment But he didnt laugh about having to lis to Beatle music around th douse day afterday Beatles or not he fi ifcliy conceded his daughter had Nolan RIowa proved something with her ex pcriment adishes had reached maturity he made precise measurements s to leaf and root growth as well as the size of eatable art of the radish She calculated the different ates of growth m percentages sing the radishes which had not been entertained as a basis if 100 per cent The others came Here is what the did Sheplanted four large tray with radish scedsJ last Decem interview about resigning an ABC spokesman said Lodge 61 won New Hamp shuresJRepublican presidential primary on write in votes and now hasu 46 delegates who say they will vote for him on the first ballot at the Republican NationalConvention opening in San Francisco July 13 son George Cabot Lodgereported Sunday that he had informed the ambassador on Friday that the draft Lodge movement was supporting Gov William W Scranton of Penn sylvania who entered the GOP presidential race that day Myt fattier sent me a tele gram saying he was delighted by the decision to support Scran tonHe said Please tell Gov Scranton how happy I am the younger Lodge reported The Times dispatch by Max Frankel under a Washington dateline said Lodge told President John son that the resignation was prompted byreasons of health which he did not specify The timing of the request dated yes terday will assure Historic court in Iowa Starts 6state political swing SCRANTON Pa William W Scranton Monday opened a sixstate quest for del egate support in his bid for the Republican presidential nomina tion Pennsylvanias chief execu tive pointed his campaignwest ward into regions generally claimed by his No 1 opponent US Sen Arizona Barry Goldwater of featiduplicated irrdr out of thecitys ofthe 1 1 A wi i J t humanpyramid21 corps Italiancarabinieri riding on a base of hear Charles City i N lowan Scranton after making a com mencement address at Alleghe ny College Mcadville Pa was to go to Des Moines Iowa to confer with the Iowa delegation to the national convention Tuesday he will beat Topeka Kan and Minneapolis Minn Wednesday he goes to St Louis Mo and and on Saturday he is booked to keynote the Massachusetts QOP convention Aides said there was a c possibility other sjates weeks tour Scranton said he would speak every day this week unless the work ofthe Pennsylvania Leg islature prevents it He has admitted hestarted late in the campaign and has a long uphill fight But he has said I am a good hard fast Strikes down area districting WASHINGTON A wholesale and historic revamp ing of state de creed Monday by the Supreme Court The tribunal ruled that the seats in both houses of state legislatures must be appor tioned on a population basis This spells turmoii in most of the states because a majority of state legislatures are not so apportioned i i it also means vastly in creased powers for city and suburban residents especially suburbanites as1 against their country cousins who have been in control of legislatures across the country Court tests involving the rep resentation balance of one or both houses of legislatures are under way in a number of states In one of them NewJer sey attorney David Fnedland runner Scrantons aides contend the CHARLES CITY A twocar collision four miles west of here Sunday evening added two to the list of 14 weekend fatalities in Iowa Killed were Donald W Shaefer 23 St Paul and Val orie Ami Lihdsayi 8 of Iowa Falls v Shaefer was alone in his car returning to Fort Leonard Wood Mo following a leave a1 his home His car collided at ut in this fashion Weight of foliage above round Radishes which lis ened to The Beatles 247 per cent jadishes in the Lily Pons audience 224 per cent radish es treated to the New World per cent Weight of radish and root Beatle lovers 322 per cent the group 128 per cent the Dvorak division 100 per they didnt dig Dvorak below ground Number of leaves above ground Beatles 1425 per cent Pons 118 per cent Dvorak 105 per cent his return home no later than one day before the start of the Republican convention Mr Lodges move will free him ofthe restraints of the For eign Service and enable him to participate in efforts to deny the Republican presidential nomina tion to Sen Barry Goldwater Asked about the New York Times story White House press secretary George E Reedy said Sunday night that Lodges post is a presidential appointment and the President has received no such communication Lodge the 1960 Republican candidate for vice president had denied repeatedly he planned to leave his Saigon post HENRY CABOT LODGE herand kept the trays near a sunny window inside the house They all grew in the same lyp soil and got the same amount of water and sunshine However when the plants ha grown about three quarters o an inch above the soil Lynn started playing music to three of the trays Each in turn would be placed on the living room floor in front of the phonograph loudspeaker andget 45 minutes daily of Beatles Pons or Dvoraks New World Symphony The fourth tray of radishes got no music Lynn wound up the exper iment a few days ago when the 4inch rain in parts of state By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowas parched fields and lawns took on new life Monday after weekend rains of more than four inches in some areas An inch or more of soaking moisture was commonplace Two to four inches of rain in central Iowa caused sharp rises on smaller streams But the Weather Bureau said no serious flooding was expected additional heavy rainfall oc eurred The weekend rain was the first appreciable amount of moisture throughout the slate in nearly two months The Weather Bureau said the rain had stopped by midmorn ing in western and central Iowa but was expected to continue during the afternoon in the east Some of the heaviest rainfall amounts reported by the Weather Bureau included Van Meter 410 inches Clive 336 Elkhart 321 North Eng lish 320 Winterset 266 Wil liamsburg 261 Oskaloosa 252 Albia 250 Greenfield 239 Bloomfield 232 Bondurant and Newton 220 Sigourney 216 Council Bluffs 205 and DCS Moines 202 theintersection of Highways 18 and 218 known as VCemetery Corner with a car driven by Mrs James Lindsay qf Iowa Falls MrsLindsay is hospital ized in Charles City with minor injuries Mrs Lindsay is the daughter of Dr and Mrs H A folliver of Charles City The Lindsay family had been visiting in Charles City and were on the way to Floyd to visit Mr Lind says parents Mr and Mrs Jay Lindsay He was in an other car following his wife and daughter when the accident oc curred Funeral arrangements for Valqrie Lindsay are incomplete at the Hauser Funeral Home in Charles City The body of Shafifcr is being returned to St Paul Other accidents killed 12 on Iowa roads A Greyhound bus carrying on ly the driver was in a collision Sunday with a car carrying Ed ward John Morris 35 and his wife Gladys 36 of McClelland killing the Morris couple The bus driver John M Smith of Omaha was treated and re leased The crash occurredon Highway 6 about 10 miles cast of Council Bluffs Wadena and James Yearous of Elgin driver of the othercar Mrs John Moore 79 arid her daughter Mrs Matt Freilingcr 56 both of near Waukori were killed in a Friday night collision near Waukbri Mrs Mark H Baker 38 of Fort Dodge was killed and her husband 38 and their four chil dren were injured Sunday when their car and a Missouri and St Louis Railroad freight col lided on Highway 146 near New Sharon Mark Millard Metcalf 19 of near Hornick perished early Sunday when his car struck a bridge and plunged into a creek about one mile west of Hornick Richard 8 of Water loo was killed Saturday when the car in which he was riding went out of control after a tire blew out Pehnsylvanian has more than 105 delegates but they are banking on strong second ballot support at the San Francisco convention to put Scranton into the topspot Goldwater presently holds long lead in delegate strength with 619 votes according to the latest Associated Press This is only 36 short of the num ber needed for nomination The Associated Press poll gives Scranton 113 compared to 27 for Gov Nelson A Rocke eller of New York the No 2 man in the delegate race Skeptical of Scranton bid for delegates DES MOINES AP Gov William Scranton may come luffing and puffing to Des Moines Monday night but back Albert Grarfen 74 of Grin nell died Saturday of injuries received in a traffic accident last February Joseph Westerhausen 52 of DCS Moines died Friday nigh of injuries suffered in a De Moines accident May 20th Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Society news 547 Comics 8 Sports news 1112 North Iowa news Latest markets Mason City news 13 14 1415 Two cars slammed together late Saturday on Highway 295 about two miles north of Wa dcna killing James Aeschliman 18 and his passenger Arthur Schori Herrling 23 both of whose suit is pending before the State Supreme Court com mented Monday the Supreme Court decision could produce tlie most1 dramatic change in state government in a hundred years r Thecourt ruled initially in three appeals from Alabama and then went on to Pronounce the present legislative appor tionment New York State i Declare that neither house of the Maryland Legislature even after the 1962 legislation reap portioning the House of Dele gates isapportioned sufficient ly on a population basis to be constitutionally sustainable Ruled that neither houses of theVirginia General Assembly is apportioned suffi ciently on a population basis to be constitutional v Upheld a lower court decision that both houses of ware Legislature must be reap portioned along population lines Declared invalid a federal type plan of apportionmentof the Colorado Legislature The basicruling which will have incalculable effects on American politics was read by Chief Justice EarL Warren ers of Sen Barry Goldwater for president say he wont blow their house down I dont think Scranton will pick up a single delegate on this trip said State Rep Maurice SCRANTON Continued on Page 2 Negro girl wins beauty contest DENVER Colo 19 Transit timetable ujyearold Negro girl was elected kXioUe J pe0es Clear Lake news 29 North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy and cooler Monday night lows in upper 50s Partly cloudy Tuesday highs in mid 70s Weather details Page 2 Murphy says six are for Scranton Miss Denver Sunday night and she said Id like to cry Ernesdyne Elizabeth Toliver won over 12 other candidates in her first beauty contest She was awarded a set of luggage and a scholarship Her father Ernest H Toliver is a Houston Tex accountant Miss Toliver a sophomore majoring in English at the Uni versity of Denver is 5 feet 4 land weighs pounds a shapely 115 By ROBERT H SPIEGEL GlobeGazette Editor The Iowa ScrantonforPres ident Committee is counting on six solid votes plus a num ber of others leaning our way in the 24member Iowa delega tion to the Republican National Convention This was the forecast Monday by Ray Murphy Jr Des Moines cochairman of the committee in a telephone interview with the GlobeGazette It came on the eve of Gov William Scrantons visit to Iowa He is scheduled to arrive in Des Moines about pm make a speech in KRNT Theater then meet with delegates before leaving Tuesday morning for Kansas We hope well have even more delegate strength when the governor leaves said Mur phy We are pleased that Gov ernor Scranton chose Iowa for his first stop in the midwest He has a real tough job Senator Goldwater has per haps 250 delegates legally bound to him on the first ballot at the national convention in San Francisco and another 350 be lieved ready to vote for him Governor Scranton has MURPHY Continued on 2 mean that the equal pro tectiqri clause of the 14th Amendmentto the Constitution requires that astate make an honest and goodfaith effort to constructdistricts in both houses of its legislature as nearly of equal population as is practicable Warren said The court struck down uncertain terms the doctrine that states may adopt the little federal system Rural inter ests trying to preserve at least a veto power in state legisla tures had pointed to the federal system in operation in the US Congress Under this plan adopted as a result of the great compro mise in the constitutional vention of the Founding Fa thers the House of Representa tives is based on population but every state no matter how sparsely populated has two senators But this argument was re jected by the Supreme Court Monday In calling for apportionment of both houses of state legisla tures on the basis of popula tion Warren declared that the federal analogy is inapposite and irrelevant to state legisla tive districting schemes Mttni Drttt Put
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