Press Telegram, September 22, 1959

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September 22, 1959

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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - September 22, 1959, Long Beach, California KHRUSHCHEV FLIES TO MS MOINES The Finest Evening Nempaptr LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1959 34 PAGES PRICE 10 CEN1S TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 Vol. 199 CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily] K Disarming Plan Put on U. N. Agenda Russ Ask Separate Debate; U. S. Agair Opposes Red China UNITED NATIONS The United Nations steering committee put Soviet Pre mier Nikita S. Khrushchev's disarmament plan on the General Assembly agenda to day and Russia immediately demanded a separate debate on it. No objection was made in the 21-nation committee to Soviet Dep. Foreign Minister Vasily V. Kuznetsov's request that the plan outlined by Khrushchev here last Friday be included in the assembly's agenda. But Kuznetsov objected vigorously to Brazilian Au- gusto Frederico Schmidt's proposal that the Khrushchev plan be lumped with other as- pects of disarmament already listed for discussion. The committee left that decision to tin; Assembly. Cf KUZNETSOV SAID Khrushchev's proposal should stand by itself for discussion and not be "hidden away" among other proposals where it might not "be given suffi- cient attention as to sub- stance." The steering committee met before the full Assembly went into a session in which the United States hoped to match or better last year'js vote in (Continued Page A-G, Col. 1) U. S. Bonds Interest Rise Signed by Ike WASHINGTON dent Eisenhower today signed a bill permitting higher in- terest payments on govern ment savings bonds. Simul- taneously he approved Treas- ury plans to raise the rate by one-half per cent. The limited authority to in- crease the return on the "E" and "H" issues was as t'ar as Congress would "go toward meeting Eisenhower's insis tent request for complete re moval of the ceiling now per all long- term government issues. IN SIGNING the bill Eisen- hower said: "In approving the recom- mendations of the secretary of the treasury for a rate of 3% per cent, I stated: "To my mind there is no better way of saving, no more effective way of strengthen- ing our power for peace, than (Continued Page A-6, Col. 3) AND ARMS ADVICE Farmer Ready to Give Khrushchev Food Tips 'REPARING FOR KHRUSHCHEV'S VISIT to' their farm in Coon Rapids, Iowa, Mrs. Roswell Garst (right) inspects table centerpiece at poolside where lunch for the Russian boss will be served Wednesday. With Mrs' Garst are caterer Philip Dorff and head waitress Alice Anderson. Luncheon will be held in a tent located in a side yard of the Garst Wircphoto.) Bahamas Hurricane Boiling Up MIAMI, Fla. tropi cal storm boiled up in the At- lantic Ocean 475 miles from the Florida east coast today and the Weather Bureau said it will reach hurricane force in a few hours. All interests in the British- owned Bahama Islands chain southeast of Florida were warned to remain on the alert. The future path of the storm was described as "un- certain." THE STORM, named Gra- de because it is the seventh of the season, developed 125 miles southeast of the island of San Salvador in the Ba- lamas and east-southeast o; Miami. The storm was drifting slowly northward and was expected to reach hurricane 'orce of 75 miles an hour in i few hours. If the storm continues a northerly course, it will not affect the Florida coast. How- ever, hurricanes sometimes 'ollow an erratic path, By RELMAN MORIN COON RAPIDS, Iowa Iowa fanner Roswell Garst is ready to give Nikita S. Khrushchev some tips on hpw to produce more food in Rus- sia when the Soviet leader visits his farm Wednesday. But his larger purpose, Garst says, is to help with the task of "selling Khru- shchev on an arms inspection plan to get rid of the burden of armaments." Garst is a hybrid corn ex- pert, livestock raiser, farmer, ranker and proprietor of a general store in Coon Rapids [population some 65 miles northwest of DCS VIoines. He met Khrushchev during his several trips to the Soviet Union and was a gues (Continued Page A-G, Col. 4) KOBE DOCTORS CLAIM: Giants1 Blood Aids Growth of Shorties KOBE, Japan at the Hyogo Pre- fectural Kobe Medical University claimed today that transfusing a midget with the blood of a giant would increase (lie midget's height. The school's internal cine department said it had injected the blood of a 6-foot- lall 18-year-old girl into a 25-year-old man whose growth had been stunted since he injured his head in a fall at school in the sixth grade. reported, the man's grew 1.18 inches. height Unconfirmed reports said that on the basis of this finding some businessmen already were inquiring about importing whole blood into Japan from western court- tries where the people grow tall. One newspaper which car- Khrushchev to Live in Ike's Lodge WASHINGTON So- viet Premier Nikita Khru- shchev will live1 in the same lodge President occupies during Eisenhower their talks this weekend at Camp David. Announcing this today, the White House said that Secre- tary of Stale Christian A. Herter and Andrei Gromyko, Russia's foreign minister, also will have living quarters in the presidential lodge, known as Aspen. The four-bedroom rustic lodge is in the Catoctin Mountains near Thurmont, Md., about 65 miles north of Washington. KHRUSHCHEV is sched- uled to arrive at Camp David early Friday evening. He will lay until mid-day Sunday, ihen return to Washington for a news conference and a radio-television report to the American people on his tour of the United States. At Camp David, a few other ried ihe report said it re- key U.S. and Soviet officials In one year, the university ccivcd a telephone call from'will be quartered at other a reader inquiring whether it would work in reverse for a' tall person who wanted to be less noticeable. lodges. Still other officials from both sides will travel ffDrn Washington (o join in rnirt of the Need Some Cash? You Could Win Another in cash is awarded today in the Press- Telegram's Lucky Social Se- curity Numbers Contest. Don't delay in entering Uie cash contest. 'New winning numbers will be published each weekday. To enter, you simply write your name, address and Social Security number on a postcard and mail it to The Independent, Press-Telegram 604 Pine Ave., Long Beach 12 Bring identification and Socia Security card to The I, P-f if you win. Here are Tuesday's winners (deadline Thursday, Sept. 24, 5 555-34-0052 509-18-9510 526-38-1744 441-20-9482 511-18-1140 526-34-2256 319-20-0210 464-10-3539 548-56-5108 470-07-8985 290-10-8879 Here are Monday's winners 'deadline Wednesday, Sept. 23, 5 554-54-2044 547-54-9936 555-09-6288 555-01-1029 551-16-6606 532-30-1088 50149-9934 548-12-1178 534-26-4504 550-10-8760 565-44-2174 (SI 5) (SIS) Weather Low clouds late to- night and early Wednes- day, but mostly sunny Wednesday afternoon. Litlle change in temper- ature. Maximum temper- ature by noon today: 71. Ends Coast Tour in Gay, MelldwMood Russ Chief to Get Look at Tall Corn on Midwest Jaunt By ARTHUR EDSON DES MOINES. Iowa Nikita Khrushchev wound up his hectic West Coast tour in a gay and mellow mood today, [and winged here to learn how Iowa makes the corn grow so tall. Iowa's governor, Herschel Loveless, was on hand with an official party to welcome the world Communist boss to a state where "the tall corn grows but where industry grows taller with each pass- ing year." But there was lit- tle public excitement. The Soviet piemier pro- fessed himself no longer mad at anyone not even Mayor Norris Poulson of JLos An- geles. He quarreled roughly and publicly Saturday night with Poulson in Los Angeles. But in his farewell to the West Coast where he spent hree said he would like lo help build n society in which all men would be brothers. V V V. 5 HE SAID he seeks com- plete equality and no enmity, and continued: "You may not agree with us, but we are guided by noble aspirations in our strug- gle for communism, and we are going to wage this strug- gle not by the force of arms, but by our words." Ahead in Iowa is an agri- cultural schedule that should keep Khrushchev, a former sheepherder, in the same (Continued Page A-4, Col, 2) K Forgives Poulson and Chief Parker SAN FRANCISCO kita Khrushchev, in a mellow mood, had an understanding and forgiving attitude Mon- day toward those who kept jhim from seeing Disneyland when he was in Los Angeles He was forgiving towarc Los Angeles Mayor Norri. Poulson for what he called t h e mayor's "unfortunat speech" at a civic banquet although professing not to un derstand it. T t "PERHAPS HE GOT out o! the wrong side of the the Soviet Premier said of the mayor. As for not getting to Dis neyland, which infuriated him at the lime, Khrushchev blamed it chiefly on some one's throwing a tomato at the chief of police's car, anc alarm. Khrushchev told a civic dinner here: "I am grateful tn the chief of police for his care for my welfare, don't think but nothing but good would have come out of our. visit all the same. MR. K BFSrOWS A KISS Pal rice Carson, 8, gets a kiss from Premier Khrushchev Momlny nighl just after Iwiulu'd him sumu roses in ihu lobby of his hotel in Sim Wannsco. A sister, Analce, 11, and a beaming mother, Mrs. Donald Carson, ROCKY TRAILS IN POLL GOP of State Favors Nixon By MF.HVIN D. FIELD Director, the California Poll Vice President Richard M. Nixon is still the chnico of California Republicans for the GOP presidential nomination ns well as the candidates thought most likely to make the strongest race in (he presidential campaign. The California Poll's current sampling of voter opinion shows Nixon's popularity among Republicans to he about the Kiiine us three months ago, when the vice president was the choice of M per ccnl of GOP members. The lead I hat the vice president has over Gov. Nelson Rockefeller is quite formidable. The New York Republican 's favored in this most recent poll by per cent of Cali- 'ornin Republicans. tuba Breaks Plot, Seizes 40 Leaders AS FOR. Mayor Poulson, Khrushchev philos o p h i z e d that he himself had made speeches at times with which he was later discontent. Before the mayor's speech, lie related, he had invited him lo visit Moscow, and he said 1C wasn't withdrawing the in- vitation. WHERE TO FIND IT Mrs. Nina Khrushchev dodged reporters to do some calm shopping in San Fran- cisco Monday. Sec Page A-3. Hal B-7 D-l to 7 C-6, 7 A-IO Death B-2, B-6 B-3 Shipping A-8 C-l, 2, 3 C-4 Tides, TV, D-8 B-7 B-4, 5 TWO QUF.STIONS were asked of the cross sect inn (if California Republicans: "Which one of the 'men on this list of possible presidential candidates would you like lo see nominated as the Republican candidate for President in and, "Regardless of your preference, which of those ncn do you think would make the strongest race as the candidate in The proportion of Republicans questioned who selected each of the candidates is shown as follows: Republicans Would like to see nominated Richard M. Nixon................. fi5% Nelson Rockefeller 24 Harold E. Stassen................. 5 Henry Cabot Lodge............... 2 Clifford P. Case................... 1 strongest rnoc fi.1% 29 I I I 5 HAVANA The revolu- tionary army claimed today to have broken up a now inti-uovcrnnu-nl plot with the in test of 40 persons, chiefly ex-solders, in on stern province I hut cradled Fidel CaMio's, lubulluin. Cnpl. Argco Hernandez, chief of -rural police at B.ua- con, said the men were arrest- ed Monday night and a round- up of Hie rest of the con- spirators is under way in thai iren on the north coast nf OriL'iile. GOVERNMENT )orled sources re- men in custody. This could not be confirmed officially. cy. declared t h e ;roup planned In Bara- coas airport and destroy a munitions depot as the first Meps in a move against prime Harry Goldwater.................. I No Opinion....................... 2 'Less than one per cent. CALIFORNIA REPUBLICANS assessment of Nixon'.< possible strength in the I960 Presidential race has growi more favorable over Ihe past six months. The trend show? :learly in the current and two previous California Polls: Republicans: "Would make strongest race' March '59 June '59 TODAY Richard M. Nixon.......... 48% 5D% Rockefeller .12 28 29 Others 8 7 :t opinion 12 R 5 Would make ninisler Castor's government. The leader, he said, is Mi- :ucl Alba, a vet roan of dio- alor Ful gone in Batista's irmy. He said others promi- nent in the plot wore a for- mer sergeant, Luis and a civilian. Enrique Lcgrat. 100% 100% 100% As time progresses, other candidates are felt (o he not is strong as Nixon and Rockefeller. Also fewer California Republicans have no choice today than six months ago. an ndication that voters arc firming up their opinions about he coming Presidential race This Thursday the California Poll will show the popu- arity standing of the Democratic candidates for nomin, ion. This is an exclusive feature ol The Press-Telegram. Copyright by the California Poll and Field Research Co.) Lederer fo Cover Final Games, Series Press-Telegram readers will get a first-hand account of the 1959 World Scries, no matter what the site. Baseball writer George I.edcrer, who has seen every Dodger game from Vcro licach to the amazing weekend sv. -ep in San Francisco, now is in St. Louis and will fol- Ic-v. the Dodgers to Chicago to give Prcss-Telepram re.id- err. the drama of the final five days of the hectic Na- tional League struggle. Lrderer then will take in the October classic, he it at County Stadium, Candlestick Park or iho Coliseum. For the thrills of the climactic (wo weeks of the 1959 season, follow George Ledtrer in The Press-Telfgr.im. 'IHE CONSPIRACY, though on a smaller scale, was re- ported lo resemble the ami- Caslro plot thai was wrecked widespread arrests la.M mniilh. Havana received the new; :almly. Caslro was reported airing on the other end1 of the island nation in Pinar del Rio province. TWICE FOR Theft Victim, 84, Is 'Reimbussed' BOSTON (UI'l) Two friendly kisses from a pair of robbers cost 84- year-old Miss B r i d p i t Mnran SiOO. hut she stoutly claimed today "they worn ihe tmest burglars I ever met." "I kissed thorn back." she told investigat- ing the incident. Miss Moran said she was in the living room of her apartment Monday when two men suddenly c.imc through the door. They shoved her into the kitchen, lied her hands and feet and gagged her. The pair r u m m aped through the small apart- ment until they found her money, hidden in a bread box. Before thoy loft both came over to Miss Moran. cut her inose ,ind kissed her gently on each cheek. "God bless you." one said they fled ;

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