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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 31, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             ily Newspaper tdifod fof Horn VOL 1W United Th InUnwtionaJ fuJJ CITY GLOBEGAZETTE newspaper that makes HOME EDITION a I North I o wans MASOK CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST 31 1962 i No shove into young wedded life Shotgun not best course By LOUIS United Press International Theyll have to get married of course The welldressed woman made the statemeht almost getically as though she were laboring the obvious She was quite shocked when her pastor shook his head No he replied Im not at an sure they should get mar ried But I told you she pro tested impatiently my daugh ter is I know said the clergyman Your teenage daughter is pregnant by a boy who hasnt finished high school It is a sad and serious situation B u t theres no sense in trying to remedy one mistake by making another that may be even great er Conversations like the one above take place frequency in pastors neighbors ICo a coiyThla Paper of Two 174 studies Premarital pregnancies have become a familiar phenom enon in our sexsaturated society When teenagers from middle class families are involved the first idea that occurs to their distraught parents is to rush them into marriage They take it for granted that their priest or min ister will endorse this course But they often learn otherwise Pastors are increasingly unwill ingto perform marriages just to regularize an illicit pregnancy say the Rev John C Knott direc tor of the FamilyLife Bureau of the National Catholic Welfare Conference When L macry to legitimatize a baby the chances for disaster are enormous Some studies indicate that four out of five such marriages go on the rocks within a few years time Rather than push immature youngsters into a marriage that has little chance of success I would much prefer to letthe baby be born illegitimately and placed for adoption Fr Knott points out that nearly every large city now has one or more homes where unwed moth ers may bear their babies in privacy And there are excellent public and private adoption agencies which stand ready to place babies in good homes It is foolish to talk about get ting married for the sake of the child says Fr Knott A baby adopted into a mature family will have a far better chance in life than one born into the highly un stable relationship of a shotgun marriage A similar attitude is expressed in a statement on responsible marriage and parenthood adopted by the United Presbyterian Church at its general assembly this year Noting that teenage marriages have proved to be particularly hazardous it urges pastors and parents to exercise great care in counseling young people whose premarital sex relations have re sulted in pregnancy Marriage it says must not be looked upon as an inevitable consequence In cases where the immaturity of one or both partners makes marriage seem unwise it says the church must be prepared to help the young couple go through with the alternative of illegitimate birth and adoption Pastors sometimes encounter among the parents of teenagers in trouble the attitude that a forced marriage is just what they deserve The Presbyterian statement re pudiates the idea that unhappy AID FOR THE drivers give emergency treatment to Wilbur G Lloyd and Jerry A Anderson after the car in which they were riding Jerry Anderson 25 is victim o a CP TT 1 by J0fm off Highway 65 south City Anderson died Friday at i remains in critical condition crash proves fatal Jerry Allen Anderson 25 one of two men injured in an auto accident Thursday afternoon died suddenly Friday morning in a Mason City hospital Dr Joseph E Christopherson Cerro Gordo County medical examiner said an autopsy will be conducted Andersons condition was sat isfactory when he was hospital ized with cuts and bruises At the time his injuries were not believed serious The other man Wilbur G Lloyd 49 Mason City is in critical condition at Mercy Hos pital He received a broken arm and leg chest injuries and se vere facial lacerations N marriage and early divorce con stitute appropriate punishment for illicit sex relations But it also emphasizes that premarital pregnancy is not merely incon venient and embarrassing It is sinful While j toward the young people invoFved it says the church must make acting compassionately them that they have irresponsibly toward clear to acted one another towaWthe child whose life they have initiated tdjvard society and toward God has should be the occasion for a grave selfex animation and for serious repent ance A tea party and a bridal shower are not enough ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Criticize propaganda cpngressipnal lead ers criticized President Kennedys tactics with the Communistbuilt wall in Berlin The GOP leaders who criticized administration handling of foreign affairs generally were understood to have told Kennedy in a letter that the United States should make better propaganda use of the wall Satellite bill signed Kennedy signed the communications satellite bill setting up legal frame work for a privately owned corporation to handle this countrys part in a global network for messages and pictures He said the space system will provide benefits for all people and contribute to world peace and understanding Jackie returns home RAVELLO Kennedy and her daughter Caroline said goodby to the Amalfi coast jand their llth century holiday villa and started home to spend the Labor Day weekend with the President Johnsons on Cyprus NICOSIA Cyprus Vice President and Mrs Lyndon B Johnson left by air for Athens after a 24hour state visit to Cyprus in which they were welcomed with special cordiality by Turkish Cyp riots Johnson had danced in the streets of Nicosias Turkish quarters with a dozen lovely Turkish girls and hundreds of Turkish Cypriots cheered scandal in Texas AUSTIN special session of the Texas legislature appeared possible as a result of a multi million dollar scandal in one of its oldestrichest and most influential Two members of the Texas House General Investigating committee heard three days or testimony about oil stealing through slanted wells and bribery of state employes Smallpox turns out to be infestation of mites NEW YORK W Two per sons suspected of having small pok definitely do not have the disease Bcllevue Hospital said Friday The cases had caused a five hour quarantine of 200 persons at Idlewild Airport Where they had arrived from Brazil Instead of having smallpox the hospital said the two per sons were suffering from mite infestation Mrs Erecema Castiglione of Philadelphia and her three chil dren were among 122 passengers and 10 crewmen who landed on a flight from Brazil Ground personnel noticed bad rashes on two of the youngsters and ordered them to the hospital All the passengers were re leased from quarantine by 6 am They had to wait at the field until their baggage was fumigated The Pan American World Airways jet also was fumi gated The quarantine was the sec ond smallpox investigation in the city this month The first came after a 15yearold boy with smallpox arrived at Idle wild Aug il enroute from Brazil to Canada NO STRIKERS NO STRIKE S01V1ERVILLE NJ UPD The nineweek strike against the Millstone Bus Line was declared officially over Friday because of the lock of strikers 11 driv ers who walked out Muly 2 have found new jobs Lloyd has no permanent ad dress officers said Anderson who has been work ing as a plasterer lived at 25 2nd SE His motherMrs Sam King lives atMiller Funeral in complete The McAuleyScanlan McKasson Funeral Home is in charge Civilians get call in Algiers ALGIERS rebellion guerrillas holding Algiers civilians Friday t bar the roads to the capital t motorized columns of troops ac vancing from western Algeria The guerrilla commanders o Wilaya No 4 in Algiers sent out a call to the population to form hu man barricades against the regu lar army troops supporting Deput Premier Ahmed Ben Bellas ques or power Newsmen who drove as far as Affreville 80 miles southwest o Algiers saw half a dozen armed guerrilla roadblocks and groups o civilians answering the mobiliza ion call There was no word of the ad vancing army columns Thursday night they were reported about 15 miles from Algiers The entire area within an 80 mile radius of Algiers appeared firmly under control of the Wilaya 4 command Trinidad Tobago gain freedom PORT OF SPAIN TrinidadTo ago islanders of Trin dad and Tobago momentarily nuted their steel drums and ca ypso songs Friday to solemnly raise the flag of independence over the Americas newest nation The two southernmost islands 01 he West Indies rang down 165 years of British rule in a quiel midnight ceremony in the floodlil forecourt of Red House the gov ernment building before 35OOQ citizens and guests The new nations prime minis er Dr Eric Williams has said he islands 830000 citizens and 864 square miles will remain unequivocally west of the Iron lurtain Hoovers condition still satisfactory NEW YORK AP Former President Herbert Hoover contin led to recuperate satisfactorily Yiday after undergoing a three hour operation Tuesday for re moval of an intestinal tumor A hospital spokesman in the Columbia Presbyterian Medical tenter said the 88yearold former Republican presidents condition vas unchanged from Thursday ight On f he inside Editorials ptge 4 Mason City News 7 Latest Markets 7 Society News Clear Lake News 89 9 1112 H 20 TV CuiU Pullout Section Comics North Iowa News The accident occurred Crests follow 2day rainfall By JAMES R OWENS GlobeGazette Staff Writer nt MCI Water remained high in Manearly given uo y 8 P son City Friday after an early morning crest on the rainswol len Winnebago River Forest City engulfedby 4 inches Oi about 3 pm near the entrance of the Northland Motel on south Highway 65 The car driven by Lloyd crashed into a tree and caught fire Lloyds car was going south followed by a truck driven by John Redinius 103016th NE Redmius told authorities Lloyd pulled out to pass a car driven by Ole Warwick Sheffield and was meeting anorthbound car Lloyds car went out of control swerved off the road and hit the tree Redinius Warwick and Al Dierks who lives south of the accident scene helped pull the men from the burning car They did not suffer burns The Mason City Fire Depart ment put out the blaze 2 more helicopters down in Viet Nam SAIGON South Viet Nam Communist guerrillas have shot down two more US Army heli Forest City recorded North Iowas greatest amount of rain fall in the twoday deluge which soaked most of Iowa From Wednesday night to Friday morning the rainfall at Forest City recorded at 846 inches From 5 to 6 pm Thurs day four inches fell Basements were flooded Thursday night and Friday morning but no homes were threatened The Winn e b a g o ll River was running bankfull hrough town and was over its aanks in outlying areas Ben Carter editor of the Forest City Summit reported little crop damage however water was standing on the athletic field Friday morning and on low sec tions of the golf course Carter said at an intersection two blocks east of Main Street water was waist deep but there were no homes nor buildings nearby Three families were evacuated from their homes in Plymouth Thursday night by firemen anc volunteers They were the Arnold Heyden family Mrs Alice Graves and daughter Minnie and Mrs Roy Wy The L uauidjjw inner man lu uaiuanu Urivellth NE from water in basements but area were notified to prepare or evacuation but the level y of water stabilized about a fA half hour later While the Winnebago carried vater from the nearly ainfall at Forest City Willow reek rose in west Mason City ed by the 4V4 inches of rain hat fell in this area over a 8hour period West Mason Cityans werd oused by Red Cross workers night cooler lows in upperabout I am so that sewer nrj North Iowa Mostly cloudy scattered showers and thun derstorms ending late Friday copters four Americans 50s Partly cloudy and cooler Saturday highs in the 70s Iowa Partly cloudy Friday night scattered showers or thunderstorms east cooler east and south lows in the 50s Saturday fair to partly cloudy highs 70s north to near 80 south Further outlook cloudy and mild Sun day Minnesota Showers and cooler Highs Saturday 6575 Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum borney School which opened there Wednesday was closed for the day Friday Mr and Mrs Heyden and their 10 children were housed temporarily with the Leslie Jraverson family Garner reported sump pumps at a premium Friday morning as many basements were wuuiiujug lour Americans erving as advisers to Vietnameseflooded Its total rainfaU was A TT i fi f infhp3 man A US military spokes said the Americans were vacuated after their copters were downed Thursday They were not seriously wounded HEART TROUBLE COPENHAGEN Viggo Kampmannr 52 prime minister of Denmark Friday suffered two more heart attacks a total of four in nine days SAME ttowm Safety Department Figures Black Means TrafHu Death to Fast 24 Bonn 626 inches Other rainfall amounts in eluded 626 at Cresco 574 at Osage Northwood 447 Kana wha 413 Al g o n a 407 Dumont 395 Marble Rock 350 Charles City 343 Pope joy 152 Clarion 124 At Charles City the Cedar River had risen six feet above normal Friday morning and was steadily rising Rains north of town were expected to cause the river to rise even more At New Haven the Little Ce dar River had gone out of its banks following an estimated unofficial rainfall of about 10 Turin inches Many farms in thearea south and east of New Haven were under water with cattle stand ing in water up to their flanks Matt Kelley who pastures cat affected ahe fighito sand dike across the river from the city plant went on during the day as water eased to lower evels At 5 am residents in There apparently were no cases of damage other than 79 53 63 311 651 93 67 12 inches at Ida Grove BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Storms which have dumped more than 12 inches of rain on northwest Iowa since Wednesday moved eastward across the state Friday leaving cooler tempera tures behind Ida Grove was drenched with 1209 inches of rain with more han 11 inches falling in a 24 hour period Thursday and Fri day The torrents caused Badger reek and Odebolt Creek to over flow in the town closing the main street Several automobiles were under water as were the high school football field and the golf course High water blocked Highway 175 a mile west of the city limits and washed out the Chicago and North Western Railway tracks Badger Creek rushed into the basement homes of Louis Iversen and William Hartleben and col apsed the walls Other heavy rainfallreports in cluded 112 inches at Early 99 at Nemaha 851 at Sac City 8 at Odebolt 765 at Storm Lake 640 at Pocahontas and 515 at tll he Oakland Drivellth NE could be plugged to ielp prevent water from back ng up into basements through he sewer system However surface water went mostly only nto streets in the northwest area The effect on Willow Creek probably was minimized to some extent by stream clean ng widening and straightening vork that has been under way his summer Storm sewer waters rose and blocked some streets in spite of sandbagging at manholes and storm sewer water caused special trouble in the llth NE and Marstons Addition areas along the Winnebago River vest of Carolina The situation at the tem Jorary sand dike along Oakland Drive remained anxious well nto the morning Pumping was being done to remove storm ewer water on the outside of he dike while sandbagging of dikeweak spots was continued The dike was used at the time of last Marchs high water and was weakened in numerous spots by the even higher waters Thursday night City and Red Cross workers began a watch on the streams after a report from Forest City at pm Thursday that inches of rain already was lowing into the Winnebago there Before 8 pm the Forest City figure was raised to 7 nches By midnight water was flowing over roads north of Mason City including three places on Highway 65 Red Cross personnel helped unsnarl some of the traffic on be highway and state highway commission workers then ar rived to block the highway to raffic The worst water covered highway area was at he Plymouth Corner where one ruck got off the roadway and had to be pulled back by a tow CRASH KILLS 5 SELDOVIA Alaska an Five men were killed when a twin engine plane crashed near this tJ VV4 J ILltLj tie for other farmers reported town on the Kenai Peninsula many of his fields under water Thursday The plane was en The Casper Fox farm was also route to Homer for connecting i f f fl n t i flights with Seattle ruck Citizens band radio operators n the RedCrossCivil Defense disaster plan kept watch on streams at various points from the time waters began risingj A rise rate of up to two feet an hour on the Winnebago eased about 2 am Friday raising hopes that the crest was near Much of the water that had been on Highway 65 receded However althought the rate of rise decreased considerably the water continued a slow but steady climb By am it was past the high point of last VOLUNTEERS REINFORCE SAND DIKE AT 11TH STREET   

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