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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 18, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             Theyre fat and happy Low heart attack rate By EARL UftELL New York Herald Tribune Newt Service ROSETQ Cascuno ST looks like a candidate for a heart attack At 210 pounds hes overweight He has prob ably got a blood cholesterol level1 higher than Sputnik I And hes the right age 60 But as deputy chief of police in this town of 1630 Americans of Italian descent Casciano couldnt care less He puffs his pipe puts on a big smile for any outlander who asks personal questions and if you should in vite him for a snack of fned peppers proscuito spaghetti and steak he says Boy v eating thats my line Yet Casciano knows because a team of scientists fromOkla homa told him that the heart attack rate in Roseto is far be low that of other towns nearby So presumably his chances of coming down with an attack are too At least the whole town and one of the doctors who serve the town Dr Nicholas Romano be lieve it They believe it down at Maryrs Luncheonette when you can get a pizza or a provolone sandwhich almost any time They believe it at the town grocery where they stack the bread the olive oil the proscuito people believe they haw a healthy life even though most of vthe men of middle age are overweight work in m an y sedentary occupations and em brace dining as Rosetos un organized sport It all came out in the Journal of the American Medical As sociation recently Dr Stewart Wolf and his associates of the University of Oklahoma Medical School d iscovered that the Rosetons male and female have onefourth to onethird of the heart attack rate of the sur rounding towns Maybe scientists suggested the Rosetons owe their appar ent health to the sensible way of life because if the cholesterol and overweight theories of heart disease were right the men in town should be keeling The newspaper that makes all North Iowa ns neighbors Edition VOL m CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE II 1H4 ClOe a of Two One Auoclatcd Pnu Full NO in Deadline given Virginia Canvass shows a 269vote margin for Scalise ii FLOOD trailers normally in order wind up in a tangled Photofax mess after a nearby creek flooded at Millard Neb whiff of after a Scientists found that the people in Roseto seemed to 4 en joy life in a oneclass society based on friendship and family rather than money They boisterous and gay and great drinkers of chianti And they are friendly the AM A article ap peared other scientists have had a chance to look over the figures Maybe not allis rosy in Roseto The arguments are technical If you up the heart disease due to causes other than heart attack you get a rate not much less than that in America as a whole Furthermore it is certainly no less than for other Italians in America and much higher than for Italians m Italy The argument again hints on diet Diets high in animal fat seem to induce heart attack Diets high in vegetable and fish oils seem protect against heart attack Italians in Amer ica eat more meat than Italians in Italy so they have a higher heart attack rate or so it seems The only way to solve the problem for Roseto would be to study the whole population going forward in time checking their food their cholesterol levels their way of life Uosetons are divided as to whetherits a question of food or the lack of tension of modem Me If you visit Mayor George Giaquinto you find a busy man operating a thriving blouse fac tory but straining under the competition from cheap labor in Japan and the South Come in Come m Dont stand out there This is Roseto First you come in then well talk he says in a happy flow of words Giaquinto is a short spare man of 50 and if he is as thin wonder amount of food he says he packs away A typical meal Several helpings of macaroni olive oil soaked salad wine meat the works I dont know what it is that keeps us healthy Giaquinto says If Dr Wolf says its the way we live I believe hini1 Weve all got jobs Theres no body on relief The women work here because they want to not because they grandmothers back home worry Wilbur Jenny chairman of he Omaha Chamber of Com merce Papio Creek Develop ment Committee said the Doug Phctotax JOHNSOJT MOTORCADE President Lyndon stands ina convertible automobile in Cleveland as his motorcade moves through the street The President left a hardtop car and rode m the open vehicle so that more people could see him Several times he left his car to shake hands with peo ple lining the route to the Municipal Auditorium where he addressed the Communications Workers of America Dozens of Secret Service agents were kept busy trying to protect the President as he seems its a in the face of the Unicameral legislature is proposed DBS MOINES AP Many states may take another look at a onehouse legislature as the result of the U S Supreme Court ruling on reapportionment That is the opinion Iowa newspapereditorial writ ers c6himeotiihg on the courts historic decision that member ship m both hctases of 4 bicam eral legislature must be based on population The Supreme Court decisions were in reapportionment cases involving alabama New York Maryland VirginiaDelaware and Colorado but affects vir tually cyery state in the union have to The since hardly any Shjp in both houses on popula got So the babies whats to North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy and cooler with scattered thunderstorms Thursday in the 44s Partly cloudy and cooler Friday highs in fhe Ttt Weather details 3 tion The Iowa editor ial writers agreed that the courts ruling will not affect the interim re apportionment plan under which Iowas 196S legislature will be elected but said it was obvious the proposed conslitutiona amendment for a permanent ap porlionment system would no be acceptable to the courts of the onehouse form of state legislature mus be cheering loudly the latest re Didnt have to happen Riff held up OMAHA AP GOV lorrison said it didnt have to be Hultman gets the most votes DES MOINES The of ficial canvass of the June 1 Iowa primary election showed Thurs day that Lawrence F Scaiise Of Carlisle won the Democratic nomination for attorney genera by 269 votes Scalise defeated Don Wilson of West Des Moines in the tightest race1 for nominations to state of fices Official tabulations of the vote made by the State Executive Council gave Scalise 46393votes and Wilson 46124 Unofficial Associated Press figures compiled on election night showed Scalise winning by 980 votes Atty Gen Evan Hultman un opposed Republican candidate for governor was the top vote getter m the election with 163 523 Gov Harold Hughes won renomination on the Democratic ticket with 103956 votes The total vote f orj governor was 267515 the lowest primary election turnout in more than 30 years The second highest vote went to Secretary o State Melvin D Synhorst who 154877 votes In one of he other closeraces office W Nc Bump Iowa solicitor general won the Republican nomination for attorney general with 80259 His opponent Garry D Wood ward of Muscatine received 77 act oh Must perform as County Omaha commis toners had delayed action on a flood control plan Milton Fricke chairman of a three couity flood control lan committee said the Doug as County commissioners had een quarreling with the city on inanclng a controlplan These comments were after maths Thursday of the flood that struck eastern Nebraskas Douglas Sarpy and Washington counties causing damage esti mated at to million and resulted in seven deaths Tues day night This is so sad said Morn son after a flight over the area Minnesota critical Inhaled fumes ALBERT LEA Minn A 3yearold boy was in critical condition Thursday after inhal ing fumes of an insecticide The boy Jonathon Mondeel was taken to Naeve Hospital hereWednesday after apparent ly inhaling fumes from a jar of the poison used by his father in apportionment ruling by th US Supreme Court said the Ottumwa Courier If there is no practical need or having two legislative kouses based on population Courier said the unicam onehouse system such as used in Nebraska might be the ogital result It is said to be cheaper and usually means aster handling of legislative niitters It is entirely possible the unicameral plan will sweep the country as a result of this de cision The Des Moines Register agreed that the argument for unicameral legislatures prob ably will be stronger because rf the opinion but added As the opinion pointed out how ever two houses have some reasons for existence without a difference in basis of represent ation Longer terms can provide stability in one Two houses pro vide a double check The Cedar Rapids Gazette and spraying a field of cabbages The Arendt Mondeel live on a farm 526 The Associated Press had shown Bump winning by 3796 votes Wilson said lie does no beheve he can contest his los to Scalise He said he under stands such a contest wouli have had to be filed by 1 pm Monday Wilson said ther should be a revision of the elec tion laws to allow candidates tc file contests after the officia canvass Official results of other stat and congressional races Lieutenant Governor Re publican W L Mooty Grundy Center incumbent 114784 Rep Robert Naden Webste City 52514 Democrat Sen Robert Fulton Waterloo 87927 Secretary of State Repub lican Melvin D Synhorst Orange City incumbent 154 877 Democrat Gary Cameron Fairfield 85288 Auditor Republican C I Akers Ottumwa incumbeni 151584 Democrat Rep Lorn Worthington Lamoni 82764 Treasurer Republican L Abrahamson Boone incum bent 124872 Dean Reed De Moines 41130 Democrat Pau Franzenburg Conrad 82853 Secretary of Re publican L B Liddy Kewsau qua incumbent 114160 Harry A iAP Photafex DOGS DREAM TCvery rdog l best friendpaid off so after a hard day may havehis day tbutnot every Fido of playing with theMoores three chil has his own personal water fountain dren arid chasing cats Bruiger puts a in these hot sweltering MidSouth sura mer days Bruiser boxer of Cliff Moore Memphis Tenn found being mans paw down on the pedal and water flows freely for a cool drink City government next target of remap group in one RICHMOND Va AP A federal court has given lha Prince Edward County Board of Supervisors one week to appro priate funds to reopen op erate public schools U S Dist Judge rOren R Wednesday night ordered the supervisors to levy taxes and raise funds to open the schools closed in 1959 to avoid racial desegregation Judge Lewis told the board to act by June 25 one month to he day after the U S Supreme 2ourt ordered Pnpcc Edward o reopen the schools During an hourlong hearing Wednesday and at preliminar ies Monday Judge Lewis ottered the supervisors the initiative in reopeningthe schools They did not take it His tough order fol lowed Judge Lewis declined to spell out exactly how much money the board should appropriate as sought by Negro attorneys He told the supervisors must operate schools substantially equal to those in other rural counties The court continued its injunc tion against the payment ottu ition grants for private educsi jnthe county as long T public schools remain closed Lewis turned down by the NegroJ attorneys that he order the county to hire lie school faculty and school employes 4 on r a nondiscrimina tory basis He said the Supreme Court had not required it He said however fhe schools must be operated on a nondis Qriminatory basis for the pu pils A spokesman for the super visors said in FarmviHevthat he thought the board would meet beforethe weekend for a briefing by its special counsel J Segar Gravatt and would reach some decision by June 25 WASHINGTON Jubi ant over their big victory in the1 Supreme Court advocates of the man one vote theory of government broadened their horizons Thursday Their next target Such local government organizations as city councils county boards of supervisors and even such units as water districts u u B Thompson Columbus June Mr and tiorij Democrat Kenneth initials New York and ear Hollandale in Southern Min nesota A team of six doctorsworked ver the boy all night and put out a call for an antidote to the xispri ParathioniThe serum cnpwn by uts was found in rushed to the Kennedy Airport by New York police Northwest Airlines contacted by the hospital held up a Min neapolisbound flight for 10 min ites to take the serum aboard it arrived in Minneapolis and was flown to Albert Lea by the Minnesota Highway Patrol REMAP on Page 2 E Owen Centervilie 83546 Congress 1st District Re publican Fred Schwengel Dav enport incumbent 21958 Dem ocrat John R Schmidhauser Iowa City 9127 2nd District Republican James Bromwell Center Point incumbent 21951 Democrat CANVASS Continued on I Tornado forecast KANSAS CITY Weather Bureau issued a tor nado forecast Thursday for por t i o h s of northeast Kansas southeast Nebraska northwest Missouri and Iowa k In Iowa the affected area is bounded by a line running from Fremont County southwest cor ner to Ccrro Gordo County to Johnson County and back through Davis County NEW FATHER FAINTS LAFAYETTE La Guidry 23 fainted in the hospi tal corridor Wednesday when told that he was the father of triplets Mother and triplets were doing nicely The Supreme Court in a de cision spelling great changes m the American governmental structure ruled Monday that ioth branches of state legisla tures must be apportioned ac cording to population Aides in the office of Charles S Rhyrie noted constitutional lawyer said Thursday the impli cations of Mondays rulingsare even broader than most people realize steadily diminishing numbersof rural residents Rhyncs office took the view that the Supreme Court decision points the way to wholesale re vamping dfcity councils and other governmental units They pointed for example to a decision which the Ohio Su preme Court handed down even before the nations highest court acted The OhioCourt decreed that Rhyne is former president City Council must the American Bar Association bereapportioned according to and has been a kingpin in the oopulation Cleveland has 33 drive on Behalf of city residents and suburbanites to gain more voice in state legislatures most of which are dominated by Riots break out anew in St Augustine ST AUGUSTINE Fla nearriot broke out and many demonstrators were arrested in a new flareup just as this troubled city appeared to be reaching a settlement of its ra cial troubles I cant tell you anything now said a desk officer at the St Johns County jail Im too busy booking them Inside The Globe AND SOMETIMES tea see Pahlmann Page 7 Editorials 4 Society news47 Sports news I Clear Lake news 13 Latest markets 14 Mason City news 51415 Comics H North news wards and there bad been com plaints that people in some wards were shortchanged in the matter of Rhynes aides also said Cali ornias highest court had taken action looking toward the reap portionment of the Board of Su pervisors in Monterey County alif They foresaw much fur ther litigation of this sort wherever citizens can make a case that their vote is not worth as much as that of folks in some other part of the county or city There was no exact informa tion on how many states must reapportion their state legisla tures as a result of Mondays decrees Estimates ranged from 24 to 40 or more The Supreme Court left a lit tle perhaps not its guidelines Some account can be taken of the problem of preserving existing county there must be substantially equal representa tion of city suburban and rural populations NEW PLANE SHOWN Ling Photofax portation is shown publicly in Dallas TemcoVoughts XC142A a new type at an official plane has its transport airplane which can open vir wing in the iw tually the entire world toaerial trans takeoff up position for vertical Gravatt on Monday had asked the court what penalties pervisors might if they find it impossible to comply Lewis said Wednesday that prejudgmcnt was improper Just let them disobey it he said Ill tell them then what the penalty willbe The supervisors cut off oper ating funds for the schools in 1959 after the US Court ordered Prince Edward to admit Negro pupils Sees need to school laws By ROBERT H SPIEGEL GlobeGazette Editor Atty Gen Evan Hultman said Thursday that correctiva legislation is needed to make possible the payment of tuition or fees to Iowa public school SAME DATE1H3244 The Globes Iowa Line The exclusive lont 4tstance telephone wire was used to father Information for thli article districts for summer programs In a telephone interview Hultman said his recent ruling that such tuition charges ere illegal was based purely on ex isting law He said it forbids districts from charging tuition for sum mer school students who are under 21 years of age and ara district residents Changes definitely should be made in the statutes covering this situation said Hultman First of all this should be HULTMAN Continued on Page   

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