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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 12, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowa Daily Newspaper for MM VOL M CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowanc Neighbors HOME EDITION tWUd Proa roll UaMWtrM MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 Tfcto W Two IM A study of teenage j problems They are not what adults often suspect By LOUIS CASSELS WASHINGTON UPI The religious moral and personal problems that trouble American teenagers are not always the ones that adults suspect That discovery was made in a recent churchsponsored survey of 113000 high school students in various parts of the country The survey was conducted by Lutheran Youth Research and covered boys and girls age 15 to 18 in 5000 different Lutheran congregations While interviewing young peo ple about their problems the researchers made a simultane ous study among parents and other adults to find out what they thought teen agers were worrying about The results were encouraging in some re spects discouraging in others but always enlightening THEY SHOWED THAT young people in general are much hap pier about their home life less critical of their elders and more eager for adult companionship than the average parent thinks It was also evident that teen agers even as early as the sophomore year of high school are less concerned about their immediate dating problems than believed and much more concerned about developing a wholesome attitude toward sex and learning how to choose the right partner for marriage Most of the teenagers felt that their churches had failed them badly in the matter of providing guid ance on these problems Considering that all of the par ticipants were actively associ ated with church life some of the findings raise a serious question as to how well churches are communicating the Chris tian message to their young members Most of the youth it was found do not have a con fident joyous faith THE WORDS of the Rev Merton P Strommen director of the project they are living in an awareness of Gods law and not His Gospel They are not certain of Gods forgiveness or conscious of the fact that they are saved by faith While a substantial majority ranked religion as an important factor in their lives they said other social ac ceptance and physical wellbe more important to them The survey confirmed what every Sunday School teacher al ready knows todays young people have little familiarity with the Bible More than half of the youths said they had read the Bible only once or twice in the past six months Only one out of five maintained a habit of daily prayer or devotions THE TEENAGERS were asked in what areas they most wanted guidance from their churches They gave lop prior ity to counselling on the choice of a career or vocation They also expressed an urgent desire for more understanding help in boygirl relationships They also were asked to list in order of intensity the temptations which bother them most The answers amount to a roster of the sins that loom largest in a teenagers private moral struggle Some parents will be sur prised and others relieved to find that swearing was first ly ing second and other tempta tions in this order Attending questionable movies and read ing questionable books and mag azines telling or listening to dirty stories necking and pet ting malicious gossip cheating in school smoking reckless driving premarital sexual re lations drinking gambling de struction of property and steal ing Capture of V submarine said near Argentina in hubbub NORTH IOWANS PLANE LIES DAMAGED IN DITCH rhoio by Musser 3 escape accident at Garner GARNER Three men es caped serious injury in the crash of a light plane on takeoff from the airport here early Friday They are Bill Evans 47V Gar ner pilot and manager of the Garner airport Kenneth Han son 54 and Conrad Frederick son 57 both of Forest City The twoForest City men had chartered the Beechcraft Bon zana for a flight to Omaha The propellor pitch control failed on takeoff The plane went over the end of the sod runway across a road over a ditch and into a cornfield It crashed into two fences and a pole knocking down telephone lines Extensive damage was done to the plane which hit the op posite side of the ditch at an angle The three men were taken to the Hancock County Memoria Hospital Britt for observation The only injuries were a broken nose suffered by the pilot am minor cuts and bruises by the others Oldtime comedian Bobby Clark dies NEW YORK com edian Bobby Clark 71 died Fri day at his home here His wif said he had been suffering from a virus condition for about thre weeks but that his death re suited from a heart spasm Clark once a member of th amous burlesque comedy team Clark McCullough ha been in retirement more than year SAME DATE195974 Allies now admit it France Full partner By MARGUERITE HIGG1NS New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON No juggling if intelligence data is in the lightest bit necessary in Wash ngton these days when its a uestion of estimating not just he intentions but the capabili ies of Frances Gen Charles le Gaulle whose personal graa around these partsis getting to be as vast as his name Since his recent victory over he Algerian dissidents imper fect as it may be it has become larder and harder for Washing ton or anybody else to treat Gen De Gaulle as a junior member of the alliance And although Gen De Gaulle may be mystical in some things he is no ballistics mystic Here he has been practical precise and to his point which is that if France is to be reckoned a world power she must possess the most modernweapons of the nuclear age Far more has IJeen heard of the case against spreading atomic secrets beyond the pres ent nuclear club Great Britain the United States and Russia Three men who fled jail at Austin nabbed AUSTIN Minn men who picked a lock in the Mower County jail and escaped ast Monday have been captured in Gooding Idaho The sheriffs office was noti fied Friday that the three were picked up when their car broke down It was the same vehicle which had been stolen several hours after the escape from a rural Austin man The escapees were James Burke 19 rural Osage Iowa Roger Lambertus 20 Hollan Minn and Richard Pen kava 19 rural Austin The men were without funds having spent S60 stolen from a desk in the jail when they were picked up in Gooding They were charged with vagrancy and sentenced to 60 days in jail North Iowa Fair little colder Friday night lows zero to 5 below Partly cloudy warmer Saturday high around 25 Iowa Fair to partly cloudy Fri day night warmer northwest lows 5 below to 5 above In creasing cloudiness and warm er Saturday highs middle 20 east to lower 30s west Further Outlook Partly cloudy little warmer Sunday ban the case for giving trusted allies control over weapons on vhich their ability to deter at ack depends But the case against spreading of secrets has n important measure been based on assumptions that are no longer valid One such assumption unspok en but powerful has been that somehow America in fact could prevent the spread of atomic secrets refusing to oass oh ts nuclear knowhow to its Triends But such has been the spurt of science that the manufacture of nuclear weapons has oecome 30th comparatively cheap and within the capabilities of any lighly industrialized power And as Gen de Gaulle has pro claimed to the world France in tends soon to explode her own atomic bomb Thus French pos session of the atomic bomb is inevitable It is merely a ques tion of how and when WHAT IF FRANCE is forced to proceed with the long series of tests required to refine the bomb for test series where the fallout will be very great as the bomb will in its initial stages be very dirty as was the case with Americas first bombs The Red anti French and antifallout propa ganda will rub off as well on the United States And is it in the interest of the West for France to set her BUENOS AIRES Argentina Argentine warships have crippled a mystery submarine hiding in a southern Argentine gulf and capture of the sub is imminent Navy Secretary Gas ton Clement announced Thurs day night Government authorities claim ed the underwater intruder was successfully trapped after 12 days of hide and seek near the Argentine naval base at the head of Golfo Nuevo G50 miles southwest of Buenos Aires Argentina claims the entire gulf a 20by40squaremile body of water opening into the South her terriloriai water REAR ADM CLEMENT for the first time confirmed news paper reports that the subma rine had been attacked both on the surface and under water He told newsmen that the sul is forced to remain beneath tht surface after receiving seriou damage from depth charges anc artillery shells fired by Argcn tine warships This is the third foreign sub marine scare in Argentine tei ritorial waters within 21 month The navy announced the othc two got away after being dc tccted Unofficial naval source said then those two were be Censorship on T V irks Poor he quits NEW YORK W Jack Paar simmering over censored anecdote on his Wednesday night NBC tele vision show boiled over emotionally Thursday night and walked off the program He said he was leaving the show and the network for good The show was being taped before an audience in an NBC udio when Paar commented about a clown cutting him off le air for about five minutes Wednesday evening said Hist be a better way making a living and stalked offstage Friday Paar said be wanted to remain in television some ow but that lie had no immediate plans Paar emphasized that he has no intention whatsoever of re urning to the shosv He said he wanted to take a long vacation in lieved to be Soviet THREE ARGENTINE war ships on training duty reporLe spotting the latest submarin Jan 30 in the Gulfo Nuevo Th warships sealed off the narro mouth of the gulf to prevent the submarine from escaping into the Atlantic Additional ships were rushed to the scene Minnesota Partly cloudy warmer Highs Saturday 1828 Iowa Temperatures for the period will be cold at the beginning and warming through Wednesday Average highs will be in the lower 30s j average lows from 10 to 20 Light amounts of precipitation J should range from 10 to 20 of an inch in snow or rain Tues day and Wednesday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 am self up as a ri val of the States manu United in the facture of the atomic bomb and as a po tential atomic supplier in her own right to still other na tions Would 23 2 3 nt the United DE GAULLE States have more influence with the French if this country sold atomic wea pons to France instead of forc ing her to build her own As for the Russians would it not be the lesser of the evils from Moscows point of view for the United States to retain the degree of control inherent in being the principal atomic sup plier to the West OKOBOJI Wl The eighth death resulting of Iowas snow IN ITALY and Turkey storm this week has been rethere are Allied missile bases The Argentine government sent a rushorder id Washing ton for additional highpowered antisubmarine equipment The U S Navy announced Thursday night that two planes are flying the equipment here by this weekend It includes depth charges electronic spare parts electric testing devices and aircraft flares President Arturo Frondizi or dered the navy to destroy any warship found in territorial wa ters He also instructed the foreign ministry to break re lations at once with the coun try owning the submarine IT BECAME increasingly dent that the trapped subma rine could belong only to a Com munist country Naval authori ties said a check of Western powers confirmed they had no submersibles operating in the area Foreign submarines in the Caribbean or along the Brazil an coast and in South Atlantic waters long have been a famil iar sight to commercial trans ports It has been presumec hey were in the area to watch the result of firings from the Cape Canaveral Fla rocke range across the Caribbean to the neighborhood of Ascension Island in the South Atlantic Observers h e r e wonderec whether the subs crew wouk follow the example set by Ger man navy men in two wars am scuttle their ship rather than surrender Europe His wife he added backs his decision I believe I was let down by this network at a time when could have used their help said Paar k Paars final gesture before leaving was to shake hands with Hugh Downs announcer on the consttocoast The Jack Paar Show The studio audience was stunned Some spectators thinking it was part of the pro gram broke into applause others shouted protests against Paars departure Paars outburst took nearly three hours before tha show went on the air It is cus tomary to tape the program in advance THE ONE HOUR and 45mirt ule show went on at pm exactly as taped and in cluding Paars leavetaking At soon as Paars blowup oc curred 18 minutes after program started NBC said its telephone switchboard lighted up like a Christmas tree with complaints About 70 per cent of the callers sided with Paar a network spokesman said Paar told his audience Thurs day night that he heard anecdote from the uncle of a 14yearold girl who in turn had heard it from a woman teacher Paar said it was tha uncle who showed him the copy of the story that he thought ifc funny and very innocent The story concerns an Eng lish couple seeking to rent a cottage They told a real estate agent they wanted a W C The agent not under standing the initials asked a local priest who said the let ters stood for wayside chapel DEFENDS HUBBY Paar shows thai her sympathy is all with her husband Jack after the late evening TV star walked out on NBC following a censorship disputeShe said the strain of the daily 90min ule show was tearing him to pieces and that she for one was glad its all over Judgeship declined by Nolan IOWA CITY C Nolan owa City attorney asked Fri lay that his name be withdrawn rom consideration for the va cant federal judgeship in Iowa His name was put before the Justice Department iast week jy his home townsman US Sen Thomas Martin Both men are Republicans Nolan 57 said in a letter to Martin that due to business commitments and other obliga tions at this time f ask that my name not be further considered in regard to filling the vacan v y The vacancy occurred in the Southern Iowa district when Judge Edwin R Hicklin 64 re tired for health reasons last month The state senator had said he would accept the judgeship if early confirmation were as Among those still being menjvious shows and that too will tioned for the judgeship are Roy Stephenson Des Moines US district attorney for Southern Iowa state Sen W C Stuart RChariton and Charles Wit tcnmeyer of Davenport Repub lican national committeeman AND YOU KNOW Paar told the audience the agent writes back that its in the woods and you can only go there Thursdays and and its nine miles from the cottage The play on words continued for several minutes however A network official said NBCs department of standards and practices felt the story was in bad taste because it involved double meanings In a formal statement after Paars walk out NBC said It is NBCs hope that Jack Paar will reconsider his action and return to the program But Paar said he had no such plans The network said the show will be on the air as usual Mon day If Paar is not present it added announcer Downs will be host Friday nights show is al ways a recorded repeat of pre Eighth victim of Iowa storm found corded in this area The body of it is not a question of an atomic Delmer Emerson 22 was found arsenal but of giving custody of Thursday on his farm near Trijnuclear weapons to the people boji Beach Dickinson County auwho fire the thorities said he apparently died of exposure On the inside EditorialPage 4 Af Pholofax LINCOLN MEETS BOOTH Mr Lincoln and Mr Booth shake hands during a quiet meeting at Lin colns home in Bridgeport Ohio The occasion was Abraham Lincolns birthday At left is Gordon Lin coln a descendent of the great Emancipator At right is Paul Booth who ISNT a descendent of John Wilkes Booth who fatally wounded the president Lincoln an English teacher has Booths daughter in his class amount of warning has been diminished so greatly that it is no longer militarily possible to keep nuclear warheads in a separate warehouse guarded by Americans with the missiles someplace else The missile and North Iowa 5 ithe warhead must be in place Society News67 ready to fly the instant danger appears Otherwise it will be too too late And these are but a few of the Clear Lake News 7 8 Sports News 910 Comics 13 reasons why the risks of sharing MarketsWS atomic weapons are each scicn day becoming less than the North Iowa News 18 TV Guide Rollout section jrisks of not sharing them e shown as scheduled Downs was the only person knew in advance of Faaci lans Paar said he told him be cause I didnt want to sticil im with it unexpectedly Paar said he always had op posed use of risque material and that he did not regard anecdote in that light PAAR TOLD HIS hat it is the right of NBC to cut anything it finds ob jectionable but he said that by refusing to make public the cut portion after the publicity fol owing its deletion leaves a erribe impression in your mind that I committed a terrible obscenity The damage is done to show and to me Paar said What Paars action will mean in terms of his contract could not be ascertained im mediately After negotiating the pact last summer Paar boasted of the terms saying would be paid over a 10year period for three years of work Paar said then he intended to retire to Florida at thc end of the three years Some esti mates put the contract at 000 a year PLANT DAMAGED EMERSON Uf An exploskm caused extensive damage Thurs day night to the main building of the Natural Gas Pipeline booster statiom plant bere Y   

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