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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - September 16, 1959, Long Beach, California                             Jupiter Bearing Animal Cargo Blasts in Mid-Air A JUPITER MISSILE carrying 14 mice and two frogs in what was to be a test of the effects of space flight on the tiny animals ended in this spectacular ex- plosion shortly after launching at Cape Wirephoto.) ULDBE CLARES Only 17, but She Collects Bonus on SS You might think a 17-year- old girl was too young to nnd lecl on her Social CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (UPI) A wobbling inter- mediate-range Jupiter missile exploded in flight about feel over the missile lest cen- ter here early today. Scien- tists and technicians dashed to cover from the Hying debris. The missile, airborne, with! frogs, specimens of human M preg- Press Finds Chill Greeting Top Story HOME Thc Southland's Finest Evcnuig Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. Ifi, 1959 Vol. 194 PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 66 PAGES CLASSIFIED HE 2-5U59 EDITION (Six Editions Daily) Newspapers the world over found as much in- !failure here in a "llhan 24 hours. day. As one of 11 more winners in The Press-Telegram's cial Security Lucky was contest, she's figuring outplay after it ignited hut dc- what to do with the bonus she collected. Deftly fielding questions from his audience, Khrush- chev smilingly declared the Soviet Union was on its way ed the big bird seconds later.jlion as in the surpassing the Americar It was Hie third missile .prospects for his momentous] economy. As he spoke, hr Must Meet Half Wav, Russian Says Nuclear Power Uses for Peace Urged by Red Boss WASHINGTON Pre- mier Nikita S. Khrushchev declared to-'ay that Russia and the United States must find ways use nuclear power and rcckel science lor peace or "U-e earth will be covered with ashes and graves." He added that it would be madness to allow a new world war to come to a head. In his first major speech on American soil, the Soviet Communist -eader said that in the search for peace "it is necessary for each side to meet the other half way." He announced to a National Press Club luncheon audience that he intend.'-, to submit a new proposal on disarmament to the United Nations. He will address the world organiza- tion General Assembly in New York on Friday. He said he hopes this pro- posal "will play an important nart in the solution" of the most burning issue 'of our ON V1S11 lo AGRICULTURAL Research Center in Maryland today, Soviet Premier Khrushchev turns to- time." Secretary of Agriculture lizra Tuft Benson as he shakes hands with the secretary's son, Reccl. Be- Iween them arc Beverly Benson daughter of the .secretary, and Mrs. Reed Wircpholo) IIK.III mice in its HUSK today in Soviet Premier hut Sandi Fisher, of .1854 Sen-1fa icred on blastoff and tcch-iNikiln .S. Khrushchev's cool asar. Ave., did jusl thai Tues-'nici ins intentionally destroy-'but polite Washington recep- little more The same scrubbed Tues- a malfunction, cut- 'ting off the engine auto- matically. Prior to Tuesday's I drew one forefinger past the lo illustrate his point. trip. The Khrushchev top play in major world capi-i "If wcre fnr hchind, we WANT TO TRY your luck? 'first Jupiter launching at-'in the West. Here's how: ilempl. a Vanguard rocket] tals, including Moscow, where Soviet readers were told of a far wanner recep- tion than described anywhere are rapidly catching up." he said, "mid we think the lime' is not far away when we will 1'0 lhat fa of jiBoy Mangled by Mad Bear Staris Anew To become eligible prim tpsl was your name, address and Social lest center. Security number on a post- card and mail it to The Incle- 'icy and callcd off by were three words pendent, Press-Telegram, HO-I Pine Ave., Long Beach. 'blazoned in the big headlines describing the Washington re THE JUPITER'S nose cone ception for readers in London HIS REMARK was sponse to one of many qnos- was scheduled lo be recov- j. "n a imrnnsp sn inP.I cred from the Atlantic Ocean' JAPAN .S ASH1 If you qualify for one of miles down the Americans the cash pri7.es, you need only bring your identification and miles down the track- ing range. [their stubborn silence and BOSTON weeks in re- aKO jn an Alaskan wilderness', an enraged hear, with Khrushchev also: fractured thr skull of Denied the Soviet rocket 17-year-old yoiilh. drslmynlj shot to the moon was timed his eyes and part of his nose i a purpose sn i, im- figured. j 'isit "I Scientists planned the bio- would not respond to Premier' ;'would like you to ask your your Social Security card to hem ical experiments to Khrushchev's smiles. The! (Continued Page. A--I. Col. I) The 1. P-T. Here are the new numbers (deadline Friday, Sept. 18, 1959, 5 548-56-9231 (525) 5.17-32-2745 332-20-3111 342-30-0322 314-24-5300 571-16-9128 545-28-5177 (S5) -178-18-1299 053-16-1848 550-10-2669 Here are Tuesday's numbers (deadline Thursday, Sept. 17, study space-flight conditions'Amcricans obviously weic at on various s biological systems.ia loss how to greet him The WHERE TO FIND IT gravity 1 o a d s 'Khrushchev story was the Alll including gravity weightlessness radiation. The missile and cosmicl'C'iding one in both words and >ictures in all Japan's big pa failures cameiPcrs. as Soviel Premier Nikita Yomiuri called the rccep- Khrushchev bragged in Wash- 'ion too quiet if not actually ington. D. C.. to President Icold. A third mass-circulated Eisenhower about Russia's'pappr, Mainichi, told its read- successful moonshol. Fiats Collapse; at Least 18 Die 5 133-12-1648 562-44-1621 549-52-0148 570-44-4041 189-05-2369 550-10-6895 485-09-3153 228-32-9676 285-03-1774 369-07-8255 395-18-1841 Although Soviet Khrushchev apparently rejected President Eisenhow- er's suggestion for a helicop- In Boston today to begin! rebuilding his life. Lee Hag- meier quietly retold the horror of his lasi fishing (up anfl managed a smile as he i lljs fm had! ture. nn seriously. "I, ter ride over the Washington Jllsl (lnn'' Wilnl lo area, he changed his mindjsorry for mc'" Tuesday and took the brief! (Continued on Pg. A-7, Col. A'2' Ike Delays Selecting Date for Soviet Trip WASHINGTON The whirlyhird tour. Storv on lies plas-' BARLETTA, Italy A Wnite Hnuse said five-slory apartment huildingjprcsidcn, Eisenhower so far based on the foundation of nas no, nvcn what was once a one-story garage collapsed here today, at least 18 persons. i Rescue teams removed 15 jinjurcd and dug in the debris live date for his visit to Russia. Press Secretary .lames C. Hagerty added he expects a decision before Soviet Pre- !for dozens of other residentsjmier Nikila S. Khrushchev Beach Combing Page B-l. Hal Boyle Page B-7. Bridge Page B-7. Pages C-5 to II. today! Pages B-10, II. Crossword Page A-26. Death Notices Page B-2. Page B-6. Financial Page B-3. Shipping Table Page A-24. Sports Pages C-l lo 5. Theaters Page B-13. holds ;i hig while turkey today during inspection of Agricultural Research photo.) 'of the building not accounted for. ends his current stay in the United States. Khrushchev Officials said lOfi lived iniplans to start back to Mos- building. cow Sept. 27. Tides, Temperatures A-21. TV, Radio Page C-l 2. Page B-7. Women Pages B-4, 5. Your World Page A-2. tic surgery to erase KHRUSIICHKV ;1S hc i scars now hidden beneath I bandage. Then will come a I year of education at thei" [world-famed Perkins School! !foi -the Blind in DWOO jusl outside Boston. After that, Magmeicr, now a high school senior, plans a 'college course with teaching las an ultimate goal. As he sat with his mother. Mrs. .lohn Hagmeier, in a Bos- !lon hotel room, (he youth voiced his gratitude to the Mrs. K Confesses Influence Is Slight By FRANCES LEWINE Peiping Plea for U. N. Seat Balked Again UNITED NATIONS Tho U.N. steering committee today brushed aside Soviet [objections and voted lo jshelve for another year thr iqueslion of seating Red lima in the world orgamza- jtion. I The postponement was proposed by the United j Stales.. The vote in tho 21-nation committee was 12-7 with onn abstention. It still has to he ratified by Hie full K2-nalion O'inral Assembly, bin approval was assured. VOTING FOR (he U.S. reso- lution were the United States, France the Philip- .pines. Turkey. Brazil, Union South Africa. Nationalist Liberia, Bolivia, Bel- jgiuin and Guatemala. I The negative votes were jcasl by the Soviet Union, Ro- imania, Czechoslovakia. Bur- jma. Indonesia. Sweden and I Morocco. Austria abstained and the refrained from c- -T- n- i assembly president, Peruvian WASHINGTON (AP) Mrs. Nina Khnish- Ambassador Victor Andre, many persons, including admitted Indny Hint she tines nol have grenl in- Belaundr sands of Alaskans, who over her husband, the premier of Ihe Soviet voting. i making his future hopes pos- Union. j The vote The gray-haired, pleasant- "Perhaps it 'PEACEFUL PURSUITS' STRESSED AT FARM CENTER Khrushchev Suggests U. S., Russia Concentrate on Raising Turkeys An trust fund con- itrihuted by the friends he can never see hns made possible his fresh starl in life faced Khrushchev. American women. Lnglish in ,n my public, thanked Americans your warm welcome" iand kind invitation. on an identical last year was 13.-7 with 2 abstentions. Whr" Mrs. speaking some.............. mv OELEGATE ,_ thruM a Wadswnrlh told tho General i r d ami Assrmblv's 21-nntinn su-prihc i ir- r i .1 mill n il III I M I I I M Ml. 'ft HE SPOKE of the July 27. shp sh vj her for comment. that any mcve to fishing trip with a companion, !hpr visj( very Khrllshchov sald ln Russian act Ihe issue now would janri how they were charged! had 'hat she was very happy to in view of recent by a brown hear. He told of ,nn 'greet American women em Communist actions in Asia. of Soviel women and Indian Defcn-.e MinUior spc hi, frantic rifle-shot from the Reporters surrounded hip jusl as the hear phlmp Wlfl, of lhc mu) told and Ame ir ns ,od thev .he Russians would be By WILLIAM L. RYAN [lure's huge experimental farm at the experimental farm, helped the American farmer fmm ms companion. Then the Soviet premier in a W at Bcllsvillc' Md- H's comment on turkeys develop food production to a bcar was "P0" u.hf.rr and jovial Soviet: Khrushchev in KW camc as over an degree unequalled anywhere mm scl7inR mm 'heiKhrushchev and his Premier Nikila S Khrushchev? hls host' exhibit of prize white tnr- in (he world. shaking him vio- daiiRhters. Rada and .Inba. Premier Nik.l. S. Kniushchev a morc.kcys, ,.Qur hmfn pff._ ,cnlly -tlook. The Prcsi- The visit to the farm, about cient. creative and hard work- Aflcr whlic ]-ff white turkeys, pigs and sheep two White House 20 miles from here, preceded Benson (old the Soviet 'he hear Ihr united Agricnl- L. thl, move away, came the terrible Research Center at of lhc attacking animal Bclt.willc. Md rto some good toward easing audience of n e w s p a p e r people al 'h0 youth's head. writers. Henry W Clark. viro WHEN A R F. P O R T F. R fhe Cor.imumst boss, ex- nrv-cnv PVPI Aiwrn president of thr Ahskan asked her if she had Ereat in turkey a passport, no one cani KHRUSHCHEV, nattily at- ponent ,n his own cor-ntry of.- h" F.APLAINF.D to a. Kro ner ne nan preai in tell the difference." quipped'tirrd and apparently none the thorrug'igoinp agnnilri.ral rr. the beaming boss of world wnrsr Mr wMr after the long form, was told at BHtsville Hv communism during f tmir of of bis h-s-orif trip. Acnrnlnrr Srcrotary F 7 t-.n rhu'ujrnrf Tsf; e A-7. Ci! of her (.aiiKhters.-v. K. Krishna NU-non had dnirv nn'' hcr the U.N. to consider an .e ussians wou e better off WtlitC mi'M hrrc' ing." Benson told the Sovi on neaccful Mich as "ilc" morning he hoped the Soviet premier s sched- chief. "I like to call them 't raism- f n" visit miKht of the earth -trulv Rn line mrkeys. sm- f n line mrkeys. "If we don't give a capital- world tensions ist turkey and a Communist, who is Alexei the China representation new editor of the Soviet question al the present neuspapei Izvestia. assembly session. Menon Mrs. Khrushchev is the said none of the events "that Sovift premier's scowl wife navc happened in our part of 'I hr children were born to the world have any rele- Khrushchev's firsi wife, but vancc." ihr jireseni Mrs. reared them for rim. She; and the premier wr.v married: in shout Ifi.tR. i union's Co.. for whirh fluenrr on Khrnshr hrv. is a Mfhirr- camc lhri from WashmEton Tuesday to thit "Women -hr world." (My wouto fiiturf. for Mrs with M ri: TO THE SURPRISE nf most of those hfr. Mis Khrushchev, wirh optiniirri i. Co! n Weather Clear tonight and Thursday, hut some eariy morning cloudiness Thursday. Little change in temperature.   

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