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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 2, 1953, Mason City, Iowa m I 1 I 1 ft I North Iowas Daily Newspaper HOME EDITION VOL MX Associated Prcu and United Frew Full Lea GLOBIGAZETTE I r j R T H AT MAKES A U L NORTH I O W A N S N E I G H 6 O R S MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 2 1953 This Iaper ConsUU ol Two Om Britain Crowns British Conquer Mt Everest LONDON Elizabeth II took time out on her coronation day Tuesday to send congratula tions to the British expedition that planted the Union Jack atop 29002 Everest The first successful attempt to scale the worlds highest an nounced Monday night by Bucking ham Palace The news that two climbers in a party headed by Col John Hunt had successfully battled their way to the icy summit in the Himala yas on May 29 was relayed to the queen first A palace spokesman described the dramatic news as a coronation gift In her message cabled to the British minister at Katmandu the capital of the Himalayan kingdom of Nepal the queen said Please convey to Col Hunt and all members of the British expedi tion my warmest congratulations oh their great achievement in reaching the summit of Mt Ever est H A message from Hunt relayedto Buckingham Palace said All is The final assault on the Central Asian peak on the NepalTibet border reportedly the third at tempt by Hunts 15man expedition within the last few made by a New Zealand bee keeper Edward P Hillary 34 and a veteran guide of Nepals Sherpa tribe 39yearold Bhutia Tensing yhat a New Zealander and a tribesman from Britains longtime ally Nepal won the final victory was looked upon here as another symbol the coronation of Commonwealth unity Reportedly they carried Nepals flag to the lop along with theBritish colors The climbers raced against the approaching storms of the summer monsoons At Ikes Insistence GOP Leaders Scrap Threat on UN Funds WASHINGTON U Kepublican congressional leaders agreed at President Eisenhowers insistence Tuesday to scrap a proposed ban against further US funds for the United Nations if Red China should be admitted to the UN The decisionwas announced by Sen Bridges RNH after a White House meeting of GOP Senate and House leaders Eisenhower had sud Wtrephoto LED is Col John Hunt who led the British expedition which c o n q u e r e d Mount Everest for the first time The announcement of the eess just before Queen Elii coronation in London r Must Enforce Lows Hoegh SIOUX CITY county at torneys were told Tuesday they have no choice except to strictly enforce Iowas liquor laws Atty Gen Leo ad dressing the Iowa County Attor neys Association convention here Tuesday told the prosecutors they do not have the right any exceptions to make Hoegh recently stepped up the pace o i his campaign to enforce the law against sale of liquor by the drink and hasbeen concen trating special efforts in Iowas river counties The people through their elected representatives make the laws of our state he said in Tues days talk The people through elections have employed us to en force these laws If any exceptions are to be made it is the responsibility of the people to do so We the law en forcement officers do not have this right1 Hoegh also cited a US Supreme Court decision supporting his posi tion that joint issuance of trading stamps is illegal Hoegh last month notified nine trading stamp firms to cease operations in Iowa June 8 The law Is specific and clear he said denly called the special meet ing this forenoon Substitute Proposal Bridges said the President en dorsed a substitute proposal that both Houses go on record as oppos ing the admission of the Chinese Communists to the UN under any circumstances at this time Bridgtes added that it was the sense of the meeting with the President concurring Vthat this country nbV only would oppose Red Chinas admission butwould take active leadership in keeping the CWnese Communists put of the world organization v Bridges andSen Knowland R Calif said Tuesdays special meet ing was called becauseof tions that the British among oth ers may press for the admission of Red China in connection with a a Korean armistice Bridges is a key figure in the matter as chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee No U S Funds This Senate group tacked on to he State Department appropria tion bill a rider declaring there should be no further US funds for the UN if Red China was ad mitted Speaking of this rider Bridges told reporters I agreed that I would either contact the members of the Appro priations Committee individually or call a meeting of the committee and state it was my purpose to rather not to propose amendment Bridges said Eisenhower didnt ask specifically that the amend ment be withdrawn but that he did point out his objections to it The President Bridges went on to say contended the amendment might be considered a threat made against the United Nations SAME Black flag jucuni truffit pait 24 hour Martin Is Fugled Insane Committed to Mental Ward GREENFIELD B Mar1 tin once sentenced to death for the murder of a young farm wife has been ordered committed to the Iowa ward for the criminally insane at the Anamosa State Mens Reformatory An Adair County District Court Jury needed only 30 minutes Mon day to decide Martin 30 was in sane anddangerous to himself and to society Martin was charged with first degree murder in the confessed of Mrs Glenn Schrader 25 Greenfield farm wife and another ia January 1951 Should he recover his sanity he still would fact trial here on the tharge Only four witnesses were heard in the course of the brief sanity trial which did not seek to deter mine Martins mental condition at the time of the The witnesses included three phychialrisls Dr Tom Throck morton Dr Howard V Turner and Dr Paul Cash all of Des Moines and Sheriff Don Foster of Adair County The three psychiatrists testified they agreed after examining Mar tin at Iowa Methodist Hospital Des Moines in MaVcb he was suffering from schizophrenia or dementia p r a e c o x was de pressed at intervals and fre quently felt a persecution com plex Rhee Pledges CoOperation With America SEOULtfiiPresident Syngman Rhee said Tuesday v South Korea will cooperate the US at any cost but declared he will in sist to the end on withdrawal of Chinese forces fronv North Korea after an armistice Rhee saidhe had repeived a threeppint message from Presi dent Eisenhower but refused to disclose its contents The 78yearold leaders state ment came on the heels of a report from Washington that he had pro posed to Eisenhower a mutual de fense pact plus substantial US fi nancial and military aid as South Koreas price for accepting Allied truce terms Out of Gratitude Out of gratitude to the US common sense and wisdom re quires that we cooperate with the USatany cost We must accept anything the US President wants but allowing the Chinamen to stay in our country is similar to accept ing a death sentence Rhee said Although Eisenhowers message to Rhee was cloaked in secrecy Washington sources said it stressed these three points 1 The US will not be deterred from concluding an armistice on what it regards as honorable terms 2 The security of UN forces yn Korea must be the determining factor in the truce talks 3 The US continues ready to support the South Koreangovern ment Rhee did not elaborate on his statement indicating South Koreas bitter opposition to the latest UN truce proposal may be softening Oniy Monday Prime Minister Pyun Yung Tai threatened a break with the Allies because of what he called the UN Commands sell out to the Communists Four Points Washington reports said Rhee called for Eisenhower to agree to these four points 1 Sign a mutual defense pact with South Korea guaranteeing the U S wouldaid South Korea if the Reds attacked after a truce The U S was asked to promise prompt aid regardless of what other United Nations might do in event of such an attack Amid Pomp t Millions Hear Guns Proclaiming Queen By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON crowned Elizabeth II Tuesday in a magnificent spectacle of ancient pomp and pageantry be fore the wondering eyes of her little son Charles heir to the throne The thunder of guns and the pealing of bells proclaimed to millions massed in Londons streets the formal accession of Elizabeth the queen the first coronation of a woman since Victoria 116 years ago Crowds massed 25 to 35 deep acclaimed the queen going from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey and coming home again Only 7500 persons were in the abbey but mil lions more could see the hour ceremony by television the first time Cries of God save the queen 1 blended into a mighty roar from thousands of throats as the queenspurple and golden coach left the abbey for the main coronation procession five miles and more through the center of the old capital Looks Drawn The 27yearold queen who had Dulles Warns of Red Threat in Near East WASHINGTON UP Secretary of State Dulles returned from his survey trip to the Near East and South Asia declaring that this strategic area like China could fall victim to Communist domina tion The situation calls for urgent concern Dulles said Monday night in a nationally broadcast and televised report on his 20000mile tour of 12 countries lie said he found the United States suspect because of its al liance with France and Britain countries suspected non Europeans of trying to restqre their colonial interests The Arabs he said harbor a deep resent looked drawn near the close of the long abbey once near her smile The Duke of Edinburgh was beside her There was a deluge of rain as he main procession got under vay The inside of the queen mothers coach r was lighted by lightning which glinted on her coronet and jewels Windblown rain and brilliant sunshine competed with each other or control of the day But the millions who had gathered to cheer the queenstood firm in sites some had staked out 48 hours ahead of time The sun burst through lowering AP Kidlophoto SOMBER QUEEN AT heavy St Edwards crown on her head Queen Elizabeth II sits solemnly on her throne during Tuesdays historic coronation ceremonies in Westminster Abbey marking her formal accession to theBritish throne Other pictures Page 2 2 Promise to continue Urge scale economic and military aid to South Korea 3 Simultaneous from Korea of all foreign munist and United a truce is signed 4 Agreement by the U S that it and the others of the United Na lions would not try to stop South Korea from uniting the country af ter a truce Washington informants said last point did not necessarily mean the Rhee government plans a mil ilary drive to unify Korea They did not rule out such a possibility however Wlrcphoto ENROUTE TO Elizabeth II rides in state coach from Buckingham Palace enroute to Coronation In ancient rites she was annotated and con secrated as Britains first reign ing queen since Victoria Rosenbergs to Die June 18 NEW YORK tf Marsha William A Carroll announced Tuesday condemned atom spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg will be executed at9 pm CST June 18 Carroll said the dale and time svere determined after a 75minute conference between him and den Wilfred Denno at Sing Sing Prison Monday Carroll issued his announccmen asDefense AttorneyEmanuel Bloch continued his last ditch egal efforts to save the coup from Sing Sings electric chair t Federal Judge Irving R Kauf man setUng an execution date las Friday For the fourth dered sentence to be carried ou the weekof June 15 It was left tothe marshal an the warden to set the exact date June 18 is a trad Uonal execution day at Sing Sing AUTHORIZED STRENGTH DBS MOINES MVTh Iowa Iligl way Patrol has been restored t its authorized strength of 225 me after 21 new patrolmen were swor in Monday Networks in Close Race in Flying Films to America meat against this country and are fearful of Zionism the movement insupport of a Jewish state than of Communism Saying that the US had given most of its postwar attention to the very important but not all important Western European area Dulles observed It is high time thatthe US government paid more attention to the Near East and South It came as a surprising shock when the 450 million Chinese peo ple whom we had friends fell under NEW YORK air race between CBS and NBC Candidates Homed at Boys State DES Gard ec Ottumwa and James Young Vaterloo have beennominated as andidatcs for governor of Boys tatc at Camp Dodge o be first to telecast coronation films inthis country be amea nip and tuck affair Tuesday after NBC apparently ad jumped off to a head start NBC sprang a surprise by arranging for use of a British Canberra jet bomber that vith films two hours earlier ian a Royal Air Force jet flying 1ms for both networks and the Canadian Broadcasting Corp Turning Back But the first jet piloted by Capt AY Hackett radioed two hours ater that it was turning back to xjndon because a defective fuel ank NBC still had films aboard the IAF Canberra headed for Goose ay Both NBC and CBS will have onverted P51 fighters waiting to ace to Boston where the films vill be put on their nationwide ictworks For a while it appeared NBC had suffered a double blow when tanley Reaves flying its P51 re ported he was iced New Jrunswick after being grounded wernight at Presque Isle Me by ingine trouble Later however Reaves sent word he had been ableto deice his ship and was on his way to Goose Bay where Maj Joe de Bona is waiting inasim lar plane to dash to Boston with BS films Arrives in Labrador The RAF jet arrived at Goose Bay at pm CST Both NBC and CBS have faeil Ues at Bostons Logan Airport for putting the iilms directly on their networks Both TVinetworks opened hour ahead of schedule to carry radioec Ot a I descriptions of the colorfu coronation ceremonies All About the Weather Ctty Partly cloudy and warmer through Wednesday Partly cloudy Wednesday occasional showers Minnesota Considerable doudi ness through Wednesday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am 72 49 64 counted as Communist domination he continued There could be equally dangerous devel in the Near East and South Asia The situation calls for urgent concern Among Dulles conclusions were that the US can help raise living with masses of contributing ad vanced technical knowledge about transport communication fertili zation and irrigation Dulles said his conference with Gen Naguib in Egypt convinced him the Egyptian quarrel with Britain over the Suez area canbe settled standards not money but by GlobeGazette photo by Miuwr ALL SET Lutheran Church in Mason City and its host committees were ready Tuesday for the open ing of the South Central District convention of the Evan gelical Lutheran Church expected to bring 1500 delegates to Mason through Friday Lookingover the wel sign set up on the Church lawn by the Mason City Chamber of Commerce are left to right the Rev O H Hove Minneapolis secretary of the ELC the Rev V T Jbrdahl Mason City district president and Kermit Harisen Mason City chairman ofthe local convention committee See story skies whenElizabeth was present edtpthe congregation abbey as your undoubted A cloudburst the jam packed capital at the moment of crowning It rained steadily for 90 minutes stopping only a few min utes before the consecration servj ice ended More than 1300 persons were counted casualties in the crush of crowds with 25 hurt se riously enough to go to hospitals Prince Charles who is 4 was brought to the abbey just before the Archbishop of Canterbury placed the jeweleucrusted crown of St Edward upon the head of Britains seventh queen symbolic ally consecrating her to God and 0 the service of more than a half billion people in a quarter of the earth Caies With Charles acted like any bright 4yearold Sucking his thumb he gazed with awe upon the spectacle centering about his blueeyed young mother So he could see better his softly weeping grand mother Queen Mother Elizabeth lifted him so bis chubby hands could grasp the ledgeof the royal gallery The boy destined to be king saw the crown placed on bis head at pm am Eight minutes later he saw her solemnly mount the gilded throne before the altar and he was startled by the swelling roar of God save the queen echoing through the ancient abbey in the united voice of 7500 assembled dignitaries Elizabeth II sat in solemn splen dor the scepters authority in her hands her head bowed beneath the weight of the fivepound crown while outside trumpets bells and guns carried the tidings Lighter Crown At the end of the ceremony she gave up St Edwards crown and took on the lighter imperial crown for the procession The young queen went through the stately ceremony with great poise and only the faintest out ward trace of nervousness But when it was over she looked emo tionally as if might burst into tears after the tiring ordeal She had only a brief rest before the afternoons pro cession I1 In Paris the man who still to day could have been king watched the coronation of hts niece on television With the Duke of Windsor briefly Edward VIII was thewoman for whom he sur rendered the crownhidwife the former Waliis Warfield Simpson of Baltimore Day The queena official day to an end at 9 p m with broad cast to ber 600 mbjacta taw world around She called them to guard freedom and prac tice tolerance can to ward together ID peace pledged wit an av derote her lift to sentac ;