Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 13, 1965 · Page 10
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 10

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
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TEN IRONWOOD DAIIY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, MAY 13,1965. Ruling Asked on Apportionment LANSING (AP) — The predominantly Democratic State Supreme Court was asked Tuesday to declare unconstitutional the Democrat-drafted legislative apportionment plan. Attorneys for a group of 33 citizens, most of whom are Republicans, said the plan which contributed to the Republican loss of both houses last fall is politically biased and unconstitutional. They asked the court to permit them to submit evidence (primarily, so-called Austin Kleiner plan now in effect is a gerrymander. Detroit attorney James Tracy argued that Richard Austin and Robert Kleiner, Democratic members of the apportionment commission, "were assisted by a number of persons in drawing the plan and preparing it for political effect." He did not name the other persons but there were indica tions he referred to labor union leaders who participated in a U.S. Supreme Court battle thai overturned the apportionment formula in the new State Constitution. The Constitution orders that the Senate be apportioned on a formula based 80 per cent on population and 20 per cent on area. The House was to be apportioned on a near-population basis. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled last June that both houses of al state legislatures must be apportioned on population "a nearly as is practicable." Two days after the landmark de cision in the state court ordered implementation of the Austin Kleiner plan. Tracy and Nathan Goodnow immediate past president of th< State Bar Association, argued that although the U. S. Suprem Court struck down the appor tionment requirements of thi State Constitution, its other provisions remain valid. These include requirement that the districts be compac and contiguous and adhere to County and local boundaries a much as possible without ser iously violating the equal-popu lation restrictions. They said the Senate district; approved by the state Supreme Court last year cross 20 County lines and the House district; violate 34 County lines. NAMED MANAGER — John Dahl of Hurley, a junior at the University of Wisconsin, has been selected as the new business manager of the Southeast Student Organization for the 1965-66 school year. This organization is composed of 3,200 students in the new Sellery, Witte, and Ogg dorm-complex of the University of Wisconsin. It is the newest organization of residence halls dorm living on the Madison campus and is the second largest in the Big Ten. This organization sponsors an extensive athletic, social, film, and other such activities program for the students of the area. Dahl also attended the Big Ten Student Association Convention at Northwestern University April 23-25 as a representative of the SSO and also as a representative of the University of Wisconsin. He is majoring in personnel and industrial relations and is the son of Mrs. Lucille Dahl of Hurley. tored to Iron River where they j attended a birthday party fori her mother, Mrs. Anna Wes-' richs. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfe and family spent a weekend at Mosinee, Wis., with her brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Denissen, and fam i 1 y. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd B 1 o n- l shine and boys visited at Amasa. They were accompanied by Mrs. Blonshine's mother, Mrs. Mary Rintala, who remained in Crystal Falls, because of the illness of her sister. Service Led by Pastor Musoll BERGLAND—The Mite Box dedication service used for the quarterly collection of "mites" was led by Pastor David Musall at the April meeting meeting of Ruth Society of Trinity Lutheran Church. The topic for the meeting, "O Worship the King" was conducted by Mrs. Alfred Swen. Mrs. Thomas Erickson, president, was in charge of the business session and the meeting closed with r question and answer period and prayer by Pastor Musall. The members have completed the project of sewing and rolling bandages for medical missions. The next meeting will be held Wednesday night, May 26. Seventeen members attended the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Peterson visited recently at the homes of their nieces, Mrs. Walter S e ab o 1 d and Mrs. C. W. Brismas- ter. The Petersons were en route to their home in Duluth af t e r spending the winter months in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfe and daughter, Joyce, motored to Duluth where Joyce received medical attention. They were accompanied by Mrs. Wolfe's sister, Mrs. Ed Malnor of Ewen. En route home they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Livingstone at Foxboro, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ray mo- Achievement Day Is Held At Marenisco WATERSMEET—The 4-H Achievement Day was held in the Marenisco High School Auditorium. Watersmeet and Marenisco combined their dress revue with a total of 90 boys and girls participating. Nine winners were chosen from each of the two schools. From Watersmeet, the winners and their number of | years in 4-H are: I Marjean Newberg, 2 years; Julann Caron, 4 years, with little sister Jeanette; Frances Kol- eskl, 5 years; Maralee Koleski, 6 years; Jacqueline Harris, 6 years; Linda Allen, 6 years; Joan Basso, 7 years; Cathy Lefler, 7 years; Yvonne Reichardt, 7 years. The annual Oogebic County 4-H Achievement Day was held Saturday, May 1, at the Ironwood Theater. Maralee Koleski won top county honors and was chosen to model at the 1965 4-H show on the Michigan State Campus in East Lansing Aug. 30-Sept. 2. Chosen to model at the U. P. Fair at Escanaba-.will be Joan Basso, Jacqueline Harris and Frances Koleski. Yvonne Reichardt was selected to exhibit her garment at t h e U. P. Fair at Escanaba. Julann Caron won county honors. All these girls also received d r e ss revue medals for their outstanding work. Now that coffee cans come with plastic covers, save the latter. Use them for resting places for cooking spoons and save yourself from wiping up a counter next to the range or the range itself. r 'We're tamous let out Eturopeu Pestrlee" ORANGE JULEP CAKE Bakery each 59' 79c & 99c Raspberry filled BISMARKS 62 doz. Good Old Fashion APPLE CAC 59 i ^^^^ ^^^^ each Largo white Bread ^ #£>— -s. SHOPPER FOOD STORES SWIFTS PREMIUM—TENDER GROWN LARGE WHOLE 3 lb. nvgl SWIFT'S PREMIUM SMOKIES FRYERS KIDS LOVE 'EM SWIFT'S PREMIUM BOLOGNA ...... SWIFT'S PREMIUM BONELESS VEAL ROLLS ... SWIFT'S FRESH LEAN BUTT PORK ROAST.. : CHUNK STYLE SERVE WITH PORK ROAST 39 69 C Ib C Ib OUROWN ^ CARDAMEN COFFEE CAKE GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 8c OFF REG. PRICE 05 10 Ib. 1 SWIFT'S PREMIUM CHILE .„<, BEANS NABISCO COOKIES Vanilla Sandwich 12 oz. Cookie Treat 1 Ib. Chocolate Minaret 9Vi oz. PRESERVES 12 oz. jars APRICOT-CHERRY PEACH-GRAPE Breast O' Chicken CHUNK STYLE DEAC STOKELY'S A TEA* FROZEN i> pkgi. MIXED VEGT 8 XgS' 8 2 ^ 39c STOKELY'S FINEST Vigoro LARGE 20 OZ. BTL. 25 ALL PURPOSE 50 Ib. bag 2 29 IIIIJUEDC STOKELY'S 11 01. UINNEK9 FROZEN ................... pkg. BOND SWEET RELISH ............ w ,2 25c LEMON JUICE GAINESBURGER pl .35c lb. 2 os. pkg. 47C FLEISCHMANN'S MARGARINE lb 39c DIXIE PAPER PLATES 8 ; kcg ';59c DIXIE COLD CUPS pk y £ 29c WAXTEX WAXPAPER 2 USs 45c LIQUID DOVE 13e o« iol.47c VEL 2LB 5V40Z. AJAX CLEANSER 14 oz. cans 33c AJAX DETERGENT 79c 3lb. 1V40Z. AJAX LIQUID Window Cleaner \" 29c BANANAS Golden Ripe 10 lb S. A. GRIEWSKI MARKET lronwood-932-3930 SWANSON'S STORE . SARKELA'S GROCERY . . lronwood-932-3312 nc . 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