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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors Reportedly was charged in 54 DES MOINES AP Atty Gen Evan Hultman said Fri day that Democratic Gov Har old Hughes was charged with operatinga motor vehicle while intoxicated in 1954 posted bond and it was forfeited The Republican candidate foi governor said he got the infor mation from Hughes himself moments before the two ad dressed a luncheon meeting of the Greater Des Moines Chamb er of Commerce Hushes is Making a twoyear term as governor Hultman said the governor brought the liquor issue into the campaign with ah articleabout Hughes in a national publica tion That article which appeared in Look Magazine told of the governors former liquor prob lem and said hfc was a member of Alcoholics Anonymous Though the alleged OMVI violation was reported to have occurred in 1954 the first paragraph of the Look Maga zine article dated Oct 10 1964 said One afternoon in 1952 Harold E Hughes woke up in a Des Moines hotel room with a splitting headache little money and no memory what had happened in the previous 24 hours He decided then that he would never take another he never Hultman told the audience be asked Hughes about the drunken driving charge because news men had bombarded me with questions about it Hughes interrupted his pre pared speech to answer Hult mans charge The governor said the charge is being made at this llth hour inthe campaign drawn out of the past with the hope of black ening my reputation Hughes said the of poi son was delivered to the press by the former head of a state agency which should have been above all partisan politics Hughesdid not name the offi cial but newsmen have beep contacted in the last two days about the allegation by former Highway Patrol Chief David Herrick of Atlantic a Republi can who lostJin a bid for the nomination for the IowaHouse last June Newsmen also have been con tacted by anaide of Hultmans Hultman asked one newsman whether Hughes had answered the charges outlined to the press Perhaps it may be worth while no matter what it is cost ing me in heart sickness to my family to explain where these charges came from Hughes said He added that he does nol feel it is worthwhile to win an election if he has to ride through the night like a thief Hughes then returned to his prepared speech Records of the State menf of Public Safety in Des Moines show that on Feb 7 1964 Hughes applied for and got a chauffeurs license No C204 308 Edition VOL IM MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 30 1H4 UOe Paper at Two Associated Preu Full 7 die in aged home fire Newtype spray can protection Sneezing dogs dont bite CHICAGO AP Arf Bowwow Woofwoof and now Aaaachoo The canine vocabulary has been extended With weepy eyes an explosive nose and a yellowing hide dogs Thursday began avoiding that previously irresistable hunk of bag and bone the US post man Equipped with a redwhite and blue fivebyoneinch aero sol tube loaded with a mixture of cayenne pepper and mineral oil postmen are spraying their way around their routes with mongrel impunity Over 7000 postmen are bit ten by dogs every year Chica go Postmaster Harry H Sem row said We developed this repellent to give our men a fighting chance with unfriendly dogs According to an instruction pamphlet issued with the repel lent after the peppery liquid is sprayed at an attacking dog it will without a whimper put his tail between his legs and re The liquid also leaves a yel low residue on the animals coat This will make for eas ier identification in case a post man is bitten Semrow said Although Semrow and his men fcclthat they have the problem salted down others arc not hap py with the method When told of how Semrow was making dogs eschew chewing J J Shaffer director of the Society for the prevention of Cruelty to Animals barked We want our mail delivered loo but I dont think this is how to do the job AP Pholotax ZOO ILLUSION Although it may appear the Indianapolis Zoo has found ararebird actually this twoheaded flamingo istwo birds One bird hides the body oftrie second birdbehinditr Oh About thatone set of bird has one leg tucked under its wing 2 doctors raked for OAA abuses Near the bottom of the appli cation form is this question Has your driving privilege in this state or any other jurisdic tion ever been under suspen sion revocation or denial There are boxes for checking yes or no There is an X in the box for no It and the signature are written with a rather heavy pen Higher on the form in a finer pen are these notes 21254 Revo OMVI 11 60 days 21254 Lifted 6154 Personnel at the Public Safe ty Department said that Revo OMVI means revocation for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and that lifted means the revocation was with drawn Officials said the question marks appear in the space re served for the name of cour which handled the case They said they could fin nothing to substantiate the nota tion on the application an nothing to show which court pro ccsscd the alleged charge or i which county the alleged offens occurred and no way to te which clerk made the notation on the license application There is no reference to th alleged revocation on Hughe 19C2 chauffeurs license applica tion as microfilmed by the d partmcnt The information if it existe would have been on the back of HUGHES Continued on Page 2 North Iowa Weather outlook Mostly cloudy with periods of light rain Friday night and Saturday W a r m e r Friday night lows 3144 Sat urday in the 5te DES MOINES AP The Iowa Medical Society said Fri day it censured two physi cians for alleged abuses in the states Old Age Assistance pro gram and placed them on pro bation for one year The action was taken by the ocietys 11 member Judicial ouhcil this week The society said it deter ined the two doctors to be uilty Exessive visits to and by atients participating in the Old geAssistance program of the late Excessive prescribing and ispensing of medications Utilizing medicines inconsis ent with diagnoses Inadequate auditing of loca Inside The Globe Editorials Clear Lake medical claimsas required un der the program The doctors were not idenli ied The State Social Welfare department said earlier that both are from the same Iowa community Welfare officials said they be came suspicious of the physi cians because the doctors were turning in claims which aver aged a month This would mean an income of 000 per doctor annually from welfare cases alone the depart ment said During their period of proba tion the following will be re quired of the doctors involved the society said Their conducUwill be open to review by the Judicial Council at any time during the year The physicians must cooper ate with the Department of So cial Welfare They must cease dispensing drugs from their supplies to welfare patients They must cooperatewith an 5 Mason City hews 47 Latest markets 7 North Iowa news 8 Sports news 910 Television news 1112 Society news 1314 Comics 15 Transit timetable U Classified pages U17 official of the Iowa Medical So ciety as he makes regular visits to examine medical claims sub mitted to the countys social welfare department They must maintain edequatc current records of medical care administered to welfare patients and make such records avail able to the Judicial Council Halloween once was a deadly rite By ROBERT P SALMON BOSTON ff Be happy that the tykes wont be demanding trick or treat in the name of Muck Olla Saturday night dad They might burn down the homestead or beat you if you didnt come across Halloween is spooky fun A few years ago it was pranks some not so childish A few hundred years ago particularly in Eng landIreland arid Scotland Halloween was dead serious with emphasis on the dead People went around with hearts in their mouths trying to keep spooks and ghosts out of their houses Call it what you wish Hal lowmas All Hallows even snapapple night All Souls eve nutcrack night All Saints eve or even holiday is theweirdest we have Its a combination of an ancient Roman fruit festival and an old English harvest cele bration with a goodly dash of witchcraft from the Middle Ages Romans used to pause each autumn to give thanks to Pomona goddess of fruits and gardens Thats where we get apples and nuts as part of Halloween In Britain the harvests were over by the end of October and the English the Celts and the Welsh used to hold festival in honor of the sun god The sorcery creepcd in when the Chris tian Church in England tried to suppress these pagan rites Driven underground thev druids added Satan to their list of pagan dieties They held periodic meetings Mid night was their favorite time Black cats were considered delightful The Celtic year ended on Oct 31 and these pastoral people called it the eve of Samhairi Samhain represented both the end of summer and a festival of the deadThe druids said ghosts and goblins went around on that night killing animals and stealing babies Muck 01a was a good guy But the Celtic delinquents who used his name would go from house to house demanding food and drink in the early druid dietys name You came across if you wanted to live to see the next Halloween was being Smoke brought deaths Cause being investigated CpLUSA Calif Seven elderly persons groping blind ly in thick clouds of smoke were killed Friday in a fast moving fire that burned down the Oak Manor Rest Home for the aged They were dead when the fire reached their bodies said olusa County Coroner Howard loore He attributed all the eaths to carbon monoxide poi oning Cause of the fire nvestigated Moore said a caretaker Er est liinebaugh 24 and ah in mate Rosa Rourke in her 50s epeatedly rah into the burning onestory wooden building to iring out six other surviving nmates Moore gave this account of heMragedy Linebaugh was asleep in the onestory building when one of the inmates apparently Mrs Rpurke sjw smoke in a rear wingarid made ah outcry With the smoke thickening Liriebaugh pulled the homes fire alarm It rang for three or four then stopped ap parently because the power sup ply failed The lights went out too Moore said Meantime Linebaugh Called the Coliisa fire department and Mrs Rourke rushed back a nd forth f ro m the hom lawn to brihgi fpUf iinmates Flames were shwtirig the building Moore theorized v that those who later died Had been aroused with the rest when the inside alarm went off But by the time they were ready to cpnie Sout the smoke got so thick they couldnt find their way M oo re 1 auded Linebau gh and Mrs Rourke whom he credited with saving several lives Photofax GRIMACES IN PAIN Edwin Engquist 59 grimaces in pain as he clutches a steel cable in which he was entwinedand suspended upside down for some two hours in an accident in Minneapolis He was Working alone on demo lition of a gravel wash plant when a 1500pound steel girder tumbled to the ground and the cable knotted tightlyaround his legs His cries for help were not heard Engquist dangled 40feet above the ground His legs were nearly cut through just below the knees Both limbs had to be removed A doctor gives Engquist an injection to ease pain LBJ corns new slogan in Midwest campaign Invasion of Malaysia in full collapse SUNGEI RAMBAI rMalaysiji AP Indonesias latest sion of the Malaysian mainland collapsed Friday when 25lguer rillas meekly surrendered jess than 36 hours after they landed A strong Commonwealth taskj force hunted for a half dozen other guerrillas still believed at large from a force of 56 who landed by boat Thursday near this village on Malaysias southwest shore Transplant of dog heart is success NEW YORK AP A medi cal team has taken a giant step toward the day when surgeons may replace an ailing human heart with one taken from dead person The team reports that a mon grel puppy which received a heart transplanted from anoth er unrelated dog is still alive and very active record six months Barry LBJ policy has lost Turkey and France By WALTER R MEARS CHEYENNE Wyo AP Sen Barry Goldwatcr asserting that President Johnson is And the Communist world In just the past few days said Goldwatcr is regroupinghe said while Lyndon Johnson under tough new been trying to reduce Amcr Turning his campaign west trying politics to to reduce American Goldwatcr said Johnson a popularity poll proven to be a President said Friday the Democrats are letting the Free World fall apartj while US prestige sinks froni tion and behind a wall of poiiti The Republican for candidate charged that JohnnothinS m the world but their sons foreign policy has lost Turkey as a US ally He said France is seeking new trade ties with the Soviet Union while Great Britains new Labor gov ernment ponders US nuclear deterrent policies own gains and power Goldwatcr made his accusa tions at Cheyenne Wyo kick ing off a campaign day that lakes him to Tucson Ariz Las Vegas Ncv and Los Angeles ican politics to a popularity poll the Free World has been coming apart at the seams and Ameri can prestige has been sinking slowly out of sight Goldwater headed west after a final bid for Pennsylvanias 29 electoral votes With three cam paign journeys he has mad that slate his one major targe in the Northeast The GOP contender rolled bj train from Harrisburg to Pitts burgh ham inuring away a Johnson before crowds that ranged from about 2000 to 5000 The doctors named her Eter a As her name might imply hes expected to have a normal ife expectancy according to eadcr of the medical team Dr Adrian Kanlrowitz director of urgical services at Maimonides Hospital in Brooklyn Eterna was five or six weeks old when she underwent the ransplant last April 24 at the hospitals Edward Neimeth nstitute for Medical Research Shes kind of a pet arounc icre Dr Kanlrowitz saic Thursday She has the freedom of the institute and romps around as she pleases except at night when shes kept in a spe cial room The team also reported that it is working out a way to store DETROIT AP President Johnson making a final cam paign tour of the Midwest came up with a new slogan Friday The vote you cast will be your own and the world you save will be your own Johnson unveiled this phrase in a speech delivered at an airport rally in Detroit It was his latest move in a weeklong effort to picture himself as the candidate best equipped to preserve peace The President even while emphasizing questions of peace seeks opportunities to contrasl his views with those of Republi can rival Barry Goldwatcr He did this anew Thursday night in Philadelphia taking issue with Goldwater on the role of clergymen in public affairs Addressing a Democratic dinner Johnson added to his a challenge to a Goldwater 0 problems of morality and at he same time be providing Johnson with endorsements The President who never mentioned Goldwatcr in his remarks said I do not con demn our churches or our cler gymen for being concerned thai America meet her moral responsibilities for peace for preserving human freedom am human life and for doing what a rich nation can and should do to wipe poverty from our land not only dont condemn them thank God for their courage Johnson in his Detroit speech hit his peace theme again say ing We must be strong bu ever reckless We must b irm but never foolish Om ccklcss impulsive move of statement questioning the pro priety of political endorsements by members of the clergy The President said I hope the day will never come when any man for any cause will try to keep religion out of our na tional decisions on who shal the surgically removed heart oftlead us or the direction we shal a dog for more than 24 hours 80 The technique is not perfect A ed Dr Kantrowitz said but it df i i i j iu Unto day earlier in Cedar Rap Iowa Goldwater blS inserted development of human heart banks for cardiac patients speeches a passage in which he questioned whether clergymdn could be giving proper attentio ingle finger could incinerate ur civilization That is what it means to be resident of the United States oday That is what is at stake n this election Then cribbing liberally from a familiar highway slogan he concluded Go to the polls Tuesday and vote alone with your conscience The vote you cast will be your own and the world you save will be your own Johnson bore down on still an other of the issues he has stressed for Scooping the Labor Depart ments monthly announcement by a few hours he revealed that consumer prices increased by onefifth of one per cent in Sep tember The guerrillas emerged from the swampy jungles resistance after being pinned down by British Australian and New Zealand troops Malaysian police rounded up 25 other invaders Thursday It was Indonesias third raid of the mainland since August A Foreign Ministry spokes man said Malaysia planned to protest to the United Nations Australia whose troops went into action against the Indone ans for the first time said it ould report the action to the nternational organization In Jakarta the capital of ndonesia a Foreign Ministry pokes man denied knowledge of he invasion The Indonesian ress and radiodid not report Thousands to East Berlin as wall opens JEWISH PUBLISHER DIES PITTSBURGH David Uter 75 publisher of the Balti more Jewish Times died av BERLIN AP of happy West Thousands Berlinrrs streamed into the Soviet sector Friday to visit relatives after the Communists opened the Berlin wall for the second time in three years A few hours after Red guards raised the candystriped steel barriers and unlocked the steel gates officials said 6000 West Berliners had crossed over This was far more than ex pcctcd On the first day of las years visiting period the firs the Reds had allowed since they built their wall in August 1961 only about 4000 crossed all day The wall will remain open t persons with the necessar passes until Nov 12 over th All Saints holiday It is the firs of four visiting periods withi the next 12 months SAME DATI1WMI il tt   

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