Wednesday, June 3, 1953

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper HOME EDITION ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THK NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS N E I G H B O R S VOL LIX Press and United Prest FuU Lease Wires Seven OnU Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 3 1W3 Paper of Two One NO in Pojorf I Saving vDealf President of Church Calls tor Union of Lutherans Dr Aasgaard Is Convention Speaker Here Union of four Lutheran Ctiurch groups was advocated Wednesday by Dr J A Aasgaard president of the Evangelical L u t h e r a h Church but with the expressed hope ly it would hot be voted on until 1956 Dr Aasgaard pleaded Wednes day morning with delegates and pastors attending1 the biannual convention of the South Central District of the ELC inMason City to achieve union with the American Lutheran United Evangelical Luth eran and Lutheran Free Church on sound planning and not sentiment Wonts Vote Delay At the general convention of the ELC in 1954 said Dr Aas gaard we are not going to vote If I have my way on whether or not we are going to unite Rather Dr Aasgaard said he wants the congregations of the ELC to become informed of the very serious step they are t a ki n g to merge with the other Lutheran bodies and come to the 1956 con vention prepared to vote on the merger question To date Aasgaard reported the four bodies considering union have agreed united on a doc trinal basis At the present tltae he reported the bodies are busy working out the mechanics of the union and he expects a concrete plan to be made available to the members of the ELC to examine by January 1 in Home Earlier Wednesday a c h u r c h leader warned that a small min ority group of immoral gangsters formerly satisfied to operate from back alleys is today invading our homes by the front door A Lutheran church leader warned Wednesday that a small minority group of immoral gang sters formerly satisfied to operate from back alleys is today invading our homesby the front door Dr V T Jordahl president of the South Central District of the Evangelical Lutheran C h u r c h made the charge in his opening ad dress to ttie biennial district con vention Shy locks Labeling them as gangsters in the home Dr Jordahl declared that this group is made up of fil minded shylocks who make their attacks via tens of thousands of tons of salacious and porno graphic books and magazines They make their sneak assaults upon our children a n d youth through television and movies he asserted declaring that this bat tle between Christ and for possessionof the home is real Theformer World War II chap plain and veteran of 25 years serv ice as a clergyman said that laws may help stem the tide if enforced butthey will never curemorality 3 Methods Instead the Churchman listed three methods of fighting those whom he termed kidnapers oi mens Through of our CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Strike Outcome Short GULFPORT Miss wasa short walkout for 63 telephone operators theoutcome was just as short Lbcaland longdistance operators now may wear shorts at their work The Southern Bell Telephone Company agreed to this Tues day in working out relief program with the CIO Commu nication Workers of America CWA operators walked out Monday thetelephone operators wear their shorts only inside the no bare midriffs please Also the company agreed to serverefreshing drinks when needed to place tubs of ice in front of electric fans and to make proper adjustment of fans and windows Gommies Deliver Secret Note to Allies on Truce MTJNSAN Communists handed theAllies a let ter relating to the Koreanarmistice talks at a twominute meeting of liaison officers Wednesday The UN Command said its contents would remain secret An official spokesman said however a fullscale nego tiating session will be held on schedule at 11 am Thursday after a nineday recess The Reds were expected to an swer the latest Allied proposal for breaking the prisoner exchange deadlock last major barrier to a Korean truce Barring a lastminute change Thursdays truce session will be secret The disposition of 48500 Allied captives who refuse to return to Communism is the last big road block to a ceasefire in the nearly threeyearold war The UN Command offered its proposal in a closed door session May 25 and the contents never have been officially disclosed South Korean sources have di vulged most of the plan however The drawnout talks resume amid apparently easing tensions between the UN and South Kdreav which hlis bitterly denounced the Allied offer as a sellout South Korea after boycotting the May 25 session indicated that a delegate will attend Thursdays meeting in Panmunjom South Korean President Syngman Rhee after disclosing he received a message from US President Eisenhower told newsmen Tues day he will cooperate with the US at any cost NEW YORK food prices as measured by the Dun Bradstreet food index continued their upward climb this week reaching their highest point in nearly nine months At the index compared with last week and was up 2 per cent from the yearago weeks ITALIAN ELECTION ROME Italy An estimated 30 million Italians will troop to the polls Sunday and Monday to choose among Premier Alcide de Gasperis middleoftheroad coali tion a rising right or a powerful left About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy through Thursday Locally heavy thun dershowers Iowa Thursday partly cloudy cooler south and east Minnesota Partly cloudy and copier with occasional showers GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 74 Minimum 56 At 8 am 64 Precipitation 15 CHURCH tiro top Evangelical Lutheran Church pause on the steps of Cen tral Lutheran Church in Mason City Dr S C Eastvold Parkland Washyice president and Dr P A Aas gaard Minneapolis president attended the South Central District convention of theELC in Mason City Wednes day See story and picture Page 20 Wholesale Food Prices Move Up ASKS TIME LIMIT TAIPEH Formosa ist Chinas foreign minister Tues day called on the UN Command to set a time limit on the Korean armistice negotiations Reds Could ABomb U S Senators Threaten to Fight Over Air Gifts WASHINGTON senators threatened afight Wednesday to give the Air Force some of the five billion cut from itsfunds by the Eisenhower administration Secretary of the Air Force Talbott defended the cutbacks n funds and goals in a Sen ate Appropriations Subcom mittee hearing but agreed to sup ly figures on what could be spen or a faster buildup to the 143 wing goal set by the Truman ad AP Wlrcphoto JUST LIKE ANY OTHER YOUNGSTER watch of Nurse Phyllis Schilleman attracts the attention of Rodney Brodie while hes at play Rodney wears an oversized baseball cap to coyer some results of surgery which5 sepa rated him from his brother Ike Makes History With Roundtable on Television UP Eisenhower makes nesday night when he puts on his own television show to report to he nation on his administrations Irst22 weeks inoffice Presidents have gone on video efore but usually their appear ances have been solos during speeches Wednesday nights per ortriance on all four TV networks AP Wirepboto HE WAS A SIAMESE Rodney Dee Brodie has a bit of trouble squinting in bright sunlight as he plays in the University of Illinois Research Hospital Rodney born Siamese twin 20 months ago was separated from his brother in a history making operation Dec 17r The Roger died a monthafter the operation Recovery Is Now Up to Twin Himself CHICAGO Its up to Rodney now Medical science has nearly fin ished the role j played in separating the Brbdi and in keeping one of them alive From now on Bodney Dee Bro die will be traveling largely on his own along the uphill road his par ents pray will lead to a normal life A nation which followed every move in the grim drama will get its first glimpse of Rodney Thurs day night in a televised film taken last week It will see a happy smiling youngster who greeted he photographers with a loud Hi and a wave of his rattle was the deep hope of such a normal life that prompted his par ents Mr and Mrs Royt Brodie o consent last winter to an opera ion never before successful The doctors had a more immedi ate problem after the twins joined at the head were separated in a 2hour and 40minute operation 3ec 17 The first taskwas to keep both or one alive Twin Roger Lee didnt makcit He died 34 d ays later without re iaining consciousness Rodney teetered for two months etween life death Then Con March 11 came his20th arid most crucial Surgeons suc ceeded imcpyering exposed rain with The danger a of f atal brain infec ion was gone The 20monthsold boy entered a newphase of life at p wiUbe dif ferent s V For the f time Mr Eisen hower will have a supporting least of cabinet officers He will preside at a desk set created within the Wliite House examine charts arid chatJnforirii ally with guest stars TA will be a polished rehearsed produc tion under the direction of Ty ex perts Conquerors of Mount Everest on Way Down KATMANDU Nepal in repid Britishled mountain climb ers who scaled the worlds tallesi mountain for the first time last reported r Wednesday on heir way down the perilous slopes of toweringMt Everest it prob ablywillbe several weeks before hey Breach civilization to tell the full story of their triumph As the world the newi that two ofthe 15man team hae planted Britains ant presumably Nepals flag also on He icysummit as a coronation gif o Queen Elizabeth n the climbers luddled belowrthe peakand cele brated the monarchs crowning Tuesday with a toast to herThe nature of the beverage was not cnown here Word that the team led byCol John Hunt hadsucceeded in the supreme test of mountaineering was brought by native runners speeding in relays from Everests EI iza beth Turns Fronri Paths of Pageantry to Back Streets LONDON UP Queen Elizabeth II truly crowned in the sight of all the people turned Wednesday from the paths of pageantry to dingy Cockney streets and a round of personal calls on her adoring subjects Tuesdays exaltations now con secrated in Britains memory marked the beginning of six weeks of coronation journeys With her handsome husband the Duke of Edinburgh at her side Elizabeth Wednesday started mo toring through neighborhood by ways for facetoface chats with plain people First on her itinerary was Lon dons northeast section where she will drive Wednesday afternoon Thursday the royal couple visits Northwest with tours of other sections of the city Sunday and Monday The queenpresides at state ban quets for distinguished coronation guests at Buckingham Palace Wed nesday night and Thursday night Elizabeths travels through her capital and in future weeks through other key cities of her home islands typify the task des tiny has cut put for1 subjects living symbol of every thing Britain cherises to be the tie holding together the varied races of the commonwealth In London throughout Great Britain and in every continent where Britains contribution to historyhas left indelible marks peoples celebrated the queens cor onation Tuesday in Westminster Abbey growing to 100000 cheered the queen and her family on six different appearances they made on the floodlit balcony at Buck ingham Palace Thousands danced in the streets Great bonfires blazed through the land Fire works turned1 Londons night into a spectacular theatrical pageant desolate heights The message said Hillary a New Zealand beekeeper and the famous guide from Nepal Sherpa tribe Bhutia Tiger Ten sing had reached the icy foot summit on May 29 the party third try BULLETIN DES MOINES Sam plans to gtt out of the grain storage business of Agriculture True D Morse said Wednesday ministration Recommendations Later however under question rom Chairman Ferguson RMich Talbott stuck to his original rec ommendations for 110 or 114 wing ay July 1 next year and anin terim goal of 120 wings by Decem ber 1955 The threat to fight for more Air Force funds came in a series questions by Sens McClellan D Hill DAla and Ghavez D NM under prompting from Sen BULLETIN WASHINGTON Hoyt SVandenberg retiring Air Force chief Wednesday vigor ously opposed administration plans to cut funds end the long range goal of the Air Force Symington former secre tary of the Air Force and Rep Yorty former Air Forci officer Confused Hearing In the course of the hearing Talbolt and an Air Fore major general disagreed as whether the Air Force coul that Edward achieve 133 wings by July 195 a Truman plan goal Earlier Wednesday an advisor committee of industrial and sclen tifiCrleaders told the Defense D partment that in the light stern facts there can be no saf ty against atomic attack for th United States The committee headed by M J Kelly president of Bell Tel phone Laboratories wasappointe last December to study the prob lems of defense of the North Amer ican continent against atomic a tack Surprise Attack In its summary the committe commented that the Soviet Unio s militarily capable today of surprise attack in the Unite States which could cause large los of life and major property damag and possibly temporarily lesser he capability of the US to sup port a major war effort On that ground the committe argued for speedy development o atomic offensive capability a deterrent Along that line the report said Emphasizing that all militar measures must be assayed no lilyas to their value in the even f war but also as to their valm a deterring war the committee xinted out the importance of con inued development of a powerful U S atomic offensive capability easonably invulnerable to the in tial attack as a vital major par f the overall defense system Will Not CoOperate With US Again ReAssert Their Innocence OSSINING NY UP Con emned atom spies Julius and thel Rosenberg saidj Wednesday heyhad turned down deal in whichthey said the attorney gen ral of the United States had of ered to have their death sentences ommuted if we cooperated with he government Their statement was released by their attorney Emariuel Bloch after helvisited with themJortwo and onehalf hours at Sing Sing Prison where they are scheduled o be executed on the night of June 18 Innocence The statement reasserted the couples innocence of the spy charges on which they were con victed The couple declared they spurned ie dealand are prepared torest their case with history even if it costs their lives in Sing Sing Pris ons electric chair They are scheduled to die for conspiracy to betray Americas atom bomb secrets to Russia There have been pasthints that the government is prepared to lightentheHosenbergs sentence if theyv make a complete confession and name the names of jspyjring accomplices However thefirst time the couple had men tioned anout andout offer Coercive Pressure Bloch went to Sing Sing Wednes day inresponse to a telegraphed request from the condemned coupleHecharged the couple had been subjected to pres sure federal authorities in an attempt to get them to confess and implicate others in an espionage Bloch had said he might have some big news after leaving the prison He saidthe Rosenbergs sched uled to die June 18 for giving atomic secrets to Russia sent him a telegram Tuesday after they had a 45minule interview with James V Bennett federal director of prisons They told Bloch in the telegram that Bennett came to see them on orders from Attorney Gen eral Herbert Brownell Jr Wlrephoto GIANT DANDELION W C Turner inspects the dandelion his wHe potted by mistake last win ter in Council Bluffs The plant didnt trow the way a normal dandelion does Instead it ed long stems for the leaves to grow on It now measures 4 feet end is still growing Cool and Wet Weather Seen WASHINGTON W More cool vet weather in June was predicted or the Northeastern U S The West should also get more ain than normal the U S Weath ir Bureau said Tuesday in this irediclion The 30day outlook calls for emperatures to average below easonal normals in the North ant Middle Atlantic states the East ern Lake region and in slates bor dering the West Coast Above nor mal temperatures arc expected to prevail over most of the Grea Plains from Texas northward to the Canadian border with great est departuresin the of this area Near normal tern peratures are indicated in areas not mentioned Precipitation is expected to be subnormal over the central thin of the nation but in excess of nor mal west of the Continental Di vide and in the Northeast Else where amounts not far from nor mal are predicted Defends Probe by Congress EMMITSBURG Md Sen Herbert BivOConor Wednes day defended congressional inves igations the teaching profession and denounced selfstyled liberals vho decry our system of education s being controlled The member of a teaching staff vho refuses to deny Communist party membership thereby dis qualifies himself from any posi tion of OConbr told the graduating class at Mt Marys College Particularly does he ad mit himself to beunfit for the sacred responsibility of training he minds of the young The Maryland Democrat who mce headed the Senate Crime In yestigation Committee told the eacher who tries to influence stu dents to Communism is as base a criminal as the purveyor of nar cotics to the innocent student He has no place in an Ameri can institution of learning and hpuld be rooted out and dis missed OConor said CELEBRATE CORONATION H9NG KONG UTThe mainland portion of this British colony on he doorstep of Communist China celebrated the coronationof Queen Elizabeth Wednesday isfi 500000 eople jammed the streets of Kow oon for a dragonparade 5 SAME