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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 12, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Oty to DES MOINES suit for damages growing out of an ac car driven 15yearold boy was back to the Worth County District Court Tuesday by the Iowa Supreme Court cident involving a by an unlicensed Civilians in Iraq armed fight Reds BEIRUT Lebanon new regime is reported arming civilians to help wage allout war against diehard Communist sup porters of slain Premier Abdel Karim Kassem A traveler reaching Tehran Iran Monday said Iraqs new mil itary rulers are arming civilians in Baghdad Basra and other key cities to fight Communist agita tors The traveler said police and troops in Basra opened fire on 3000 Communist demonstrators carrying portraits of Kassem He said at least 250 were killed It appeared to be the fiercest of fensive in the Middle East since the 1959 blood bath in Mosul Then the Communists in alliance with Kassems troops crushed a revolt by slaughtering hundreds of So cialists and nationalists Kassem was overthrown Friday and shot Saturday The revolt leader Col Abdul Karim Mus tafa has sent police and troops of the revived National Guard to every province with orders to round up Reds and shoot them down if they resist Despite the new rulers anti Communist campaign the Soviet government joined Washington and London in recognizing the revolutionary regime News briefs DOCTORS END STRIKE ROME TJPI Romes 9000 private doctors went back to work Tuesday after a threeday him to leave the country strike but hospital doctors re mained away from their jobs i Worth County suit verdict reversed by high court trial of the case Against the drivers parents Mr and Mrs Harold Bubliti of near Graf ton It also reversed the lower court judgment against Darrell Bublitz owner of the car ing a motion for a judgment not t m UUi The high court ordered a new withstanding verdict should Orders new trial in Riceville case DES MOINES UPI The policy on theirsons life The Iowa Supreme Court Tuesday youth Leroy died Jan 12 1961 My v Ua LlVC J JjUKCnv uj a jwi j Thornton said District Court on a charge of raping an 11year T J Xff ordered a new trial in a case involving the alleged suicide of a 17yearold boy and the Farm tended it did not have to pay on the policy because the boy Bureau Life Insurance Com pany A Chickasaw took his County District trial a Court found in favor of testified the youth did not com Ernest and beneficiaries Nor ma on an Bill NBC told to clear out of Moscow MOSCOW Soviet gov ernment ordered the National Broadcasting Co Tuesday to close Moscow bureau because of a program chev about Premier Khrush insurance made plans for the next night and for several other occasions The body was found hanging through ah opening in a hay loft on the Howard NiAierl farm near Riceville where the husky youth was employed as a farm hand The high court held that facts in the case would undoubtedly support a suicide verdict but the facts do not require that de cision The decision also said the circumstances strengthen the The Foreign Ministrys press de partment called in NBC corre spondent Russell Jones and told Press director Leonid Zamyatin told Jones that an NBC program The doctors want elimination of Feb 3 titled The Rise of Mr red tape in insurance cases and Khrushchev and another late in a fixed minimum fee for nonin January were antiSoviet sured patients in Italys national in New York William McAn health system STUDENTS SUSPENDED PITTSBURGH five North Hills High School stu dents were given one week sus pensions for wearing outland ish hair styles and illfitting clothes ADMIRALS SON DIES CHICAGO Good win Dewey 90 the only son of Adm George Dewey the hero of Manila Bay died Monday WANTS SEAT BELTS v ST PAUL Minn Minnesota House gave prelim inary approval Monday to a bill requiring all cars to have seat belts Three new bills signed into law by Gov Hughes DES MOINES UPI Gov Harold E Hughes Monday signed three legislative bills into law The major one is the bill to drew executive vice president of NBC News said the company will have no comment until it studies the Soviet charges further It was the second time in recent years that a US broadcasting companys Moscow bureau has been closed because of a program presented in the United States The Columbia Broadcasting Sys tem bureau was closed in October 1958 after a CBS televised play The Plot to Kill Stalin showed Premier Khrushchev preventing an aide from giving medicine to Stalin he lay dying CBS was allowedto reopen its exempt urban transit systems from registration fees franchise taxes and the 6 cents per gallon state fuel tax The 1957 Legislature bad granted the tax relief to the transit companies on a twoyear basis Each successive Legisla ture had continued the exemp tion for each biennium The cur rent bill makes the exemptions permanent bureau in November 1959 Science students teachers honored LOS ANGELES The day may well come when our eco nomic health may be expressed riot in terms of gross national product but in terms of gross national opportunity This was a challenge posed to 250 high school science students and their teachers by Dr Jonas E Salk discoverer of the polio vaccine bearing his name at the seventh annual Science Youth Day din ner Monday night Held in the son The other two bills signed by j Tuesday b e Comedian bringing food to Negroes CLARKSDALE Miss UPI comedian Dick Gregory the governor allow subdistricts of soil conservation districts to f00a to destitute Negroes H take up to 40 payments for in stallments on land acquisition instead of the present 20 pay ments and compel the subdis trict to state whether it proposes to pay off indebtedness through a special annual tax or assess ments against benefitted prop erty All three bills go into effect July 4 Lincoln was an ideal moderate Schwengel says SPRINGFIELD 111 UPI Abraham Lincoln a moderate man would be neither a mem ber of the John Birch Society nor an ultraliberal if he lived today an Iowa congressman de dared Monday night Rep Fred Schwengel RIowa he did not think Lincoln would try to categorize himself politically But he would not have ar gued with those who placed him in the middle road Schwengel said He was a perfect moder ate politically Schwengel spoke at an Abra ham Lincoln birthday banquet cosponsored by the Springfield Civil War Roundtable and the Sangamon County Historical So ciety The event marked the be ginning of annual Lincoln Day observances in Springfield Lin colns home town and site of hc tomb of the Great Emancipa te claims the Negroes were drop ped from surplus food rolls be cause of voter registration ac tivities The flour and canned goods arrived from Chicago in a caravan of trucks led by Gregory around 14000 a n distributing tons of donate The insurance company con own life During the number of witnesses because he had Ministers conviction is upheld DES MOINES Iowa Supreme Court Tuesday upheld the conviction and 35year prison sentence of Martis Cleo Scalf on a rape charge in Polk County Dis trict Court Scalf 53 describes himself as chairman o the Elijah Ministry Inc a religious group with about 1 fVt n A AV u T j have been sustained in DarreUs favor The car at the time was driven by brother Dean The suit wat filed by Leona Bartr whose son George W Hardwick Jr was severely in jured when the car driven by Dean Bublitz went off a gravel road south of Grafton the night 100 members each in Des Moines of Nov 10 1958 The Hardwick and Mason City has regained con boy never sciousness The Supreme Court in an opinion by Justice T Eugene since the accident ordained minister of the Pente costal Church Scalf was convicted by a jury presumption against suicide and it was proper for the case to be handled by the jury However the court in a split 531 decision ruled the case should be sent back to the dis trict court for retrial because testimony of a medical exam iner and one of the judges in structions to the jury were not properly admitted The odd one in the decision was a partial dissent by Justice Bruce Snell News control caused unrest DES MOINES Sen Jack Miller R Iowa told Iowa legislators Monday that a free press is one of the greatest means of guaranteeing a free people Miller addressed both houses of the legislature He blamed the Judge William P Butler erred in allowing a Highway patrol man to testify that in his opin ion the car was traveling be tween 55 and 70 miles per hour when it left the gravel road It said the testimony amounted to no more than spec ulation since there were no skid marks of any kind and the patrolmans opinion was based oa the amount of damage to a fence a broken guy wire and the condition of the car It said Mr and Mrs Bublitz were en titled to a new trial because of this error The high court re jected a contention of Mr and Mrs Bublitz that there was in j sufficient evidence they were negligent in allowing their son to drive on the road when he had no license The opinion said there is not sufficient evidence to support a claim of reckless operation of tfie car by Dean Bublitz but that the jury could properly find him guilty of failing to maintain a proper lookout and negligent operation of the car It said the motion of Darrell Bublitz for judgment not with standing the verdict should have been sustained because there was not enough evidence to show that he allowed a reck less person to drive his car The courts opinion indicates Dean did tell his mother he was going to take his brothers car to drive to a 4H Club meet ing The boys had attended the 4H meeting and then went for a ride Scalf said he formerly was an old Des Moines girl Sept 22 1961 In the unanimous opinion Jus tice Bruce Snell said There was evidence in this case of debauchery licentiousness and the defilement of an 11year old child in the name of religion The disclosures were shocking to the sensibilities of decent peo P5e The Supreme Court said Scalf s 35year sentence was not exces sive punishment as alleged byi Scalf in his appeal Scalf has been free under 000 bond pending the appeal Implied consent bill endorsed for passage DES MOINES im plied consent bill providing drunkometer tests for motorists Monday became the first liquor measure to receive the endorse ment of the House Safety and Law enforcement committee The bill firmly backed by dry forces and safety offi cials would require motorists arrested on suspicion of drunken driving to submit to chemicalj tests for intoxication j The proposed law would fixi an implied consent to submit to the tests by obtaining a drivers license The House passed such a bill on v u but the measure died in a Sen ate committee A companion bill to the House proposal has been introduced in the Senate Kennedy administration for what he called a policy of news man agement in Washington and said this is one reason for much of the current unrest over Cuba Miller a former member of both houses of the Iowa Legisla ture told the state lawmakers that they and Congress face simi lar problems in such areas as taxes and finance Ankeny gives OK to school bond issue DES MOINES 000 school bond issue was ap proved by voters of the Ankeny school district Monday 755 to Statler Hilton hotel the event 184 The money will be used to commemorated the birthday an niversary of Thomas Alva Edi buiW a new elementary school and to convert Parkview ele mentary school into a high ichool SEE TOM MITCHELL LOANS to Open 3 AM to 5 PM Except 3 AM lo 6 PM Monday and Friday NORTH IOWA FINANCE 416 1st Natl Bink B4g GA Locally Owned It Operated Boyd Typewriter Co SMITHCORONA COMPACT 25O A FULLFEATURED FULLY ELECTRIC OFFICE TYPEWRITER AT THE PRICE OF A MANUAL FOR See It NOW at BOYD Typewriter Co 20 FIRST STREET 5E 33 Years In Mason City Prescriptions And Health Items Prescribed By Your Doctor ARE DEDUCTIBLE Have Your Prescription Compounded at Wicks Pharmacy And Receive An JTEMIZATION Cf Same Upon Request AWARDED MONTHLY Scholarship in Commercial Art Talent with promise being sought Draw Lincoln any mze except like a tracing Use pencil Everyone who sends a drawing gets a professional estimate of his talent Scholarship winner receives the complete course in advertising art illustrating cartooning and painting taught by experienced artists at Americas leading home study art school Try for this free art course Individual instruction given Illustrated art textbooks furnished Also step bystep lesson assignments Entries for February 1963 scholarship due by February 28 None returned Ama teurs only Our students not eligible Winner notified Accrediting Commission of Nitiona Home Study Council INSTRUCTION SCHOOLS 500 South 4th St Minneapolis 15 Minn Please enter my drawing in your talent hunt MIINT Address City Apt County Suit to Tuesday AT THE CROSSROADS A filmed documentary showing how the Mason City High School is being used today Accompany Principal Russell Clarke on a tour of the high school floor by floor and room by room This documentary produced by KGLOTV should aid you in developing an informed attitude with re spect to Mason Citys needs and the approaching school bond election OITV Tuesday pm Barts Clubhouse Operation Economy CBS News Regional News Weather Markets Crossroads Lloyd Bridges Red Skelton Jack Benny Garry Moore Weather News Sports George Montgomery News Wednesday am College of the Air Capt Kangaroo Spanish Classes Mischief Makers The McCoys Pete and Gladys Love of Life Reasoner Search for Tomorrow Guiding Light Wednesday pm News Weather Markets As World Turns Famous Playhouse Art Linkletter To Tell the Truth CBS the Millionaire Secret Storm Edge of Night Mischief Makers Quiz the Mrs Barts Clubhouse RED SKELTON HOUR Son Fernando Red a crooked antique dealer con vinces the witch doctor Cesar Romero and the na y fives that he is the Fire God but his ruse is discov ered In the silent spot Red portrays an old man who comes to visit his daughter and soninlaw TUESDAY JACK BENNY SHOW Guest Rita Moreno sings and joins Den nis Day Don Wilson and Jack in a comedy sketch set in a little Spanish town Cast also includes Mel Blanc TUESDAY JANE POWELL ROY CASTLE AND JOEY FORMAN WILL BE Special Guests On The GARRY MOORE SHOW 9 to 10 P M Tuesday CBS KGLO RADIO 13 Even Better in 63 Tuesday News Red Barber Sports Shew Munsons Rush Hour Operation Economy Variety Lowell Thomas CBS Sportstims News Sports Markets Weather Night Radio 13 Cavanaugh CBS News News Analysis World Wide Sports Dimension Night Radio 13 Cavanaugh World Tonight News Sports Weather Nioht Music Johnson News News Wednesday om Morning Radio 13 WyJie News Markets Weather Farm Reporter News World News Roundup Morning Radio 13 Wylie NewsSportsWeather Damons News Muns in the Morning Dimension News News CBS Arthur Godfrey Show News CBS House Party More of Muns Dear Abby Jos Calendar News His Word Osage Open House Dimension Wednesday pm News CBS Markets Luncheon with Wyiie News Farm Highlights Weather News CBS Dimension Afternoon Radio 13 ClausenCavanaugh Jos Calendar Dimension Garry Moore CBS News Munsoni Rush Hour Listen to OPERATION ECONOMY For Slants On Mason Citys Need For A New High School Tuesday on RADIO 13   

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