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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 24, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                Daily Newspaper tar HOME EDITION N Tht Newspaper That Makes AII N orih I owe ns Neighbors VOL 97 Full LCIM Wim MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24 19S9 Copy Payer fneiiliti af Four U Big Premier Left Gifts Russian Papers Lavish in Praise oi lowans FROM OUK WIRE SEEVICES Soviet Premier Nikita Khru shchev brought a large number of gifts including wine and cav iar for his host Roswell Garst and the family when he came to visit A portable wine cellar with carrying case including 12 bot tles of Russian liquors There were six bottles of wine Armen ian cognac and two types of vodka A blackongold tea set for two including two saucers two cups a tea strainer sugar bowl and creamer Twelve jars of pasturized Cas pian caviar A threepound box of choco of five bottles of Rus sian perfumes A green plush accordianlype case with several dozen records of Russian songs THE STATE OF Iowa and just about everybody in it were praised lavishly in Russian newspapers for the reception given Premier Nikita S Khru shchev The newspaper Pravda re ported proudly how residents of Des Moines stood 10 to 15 deep along Khrushchevsroute told police chased away one many who appeared vile antiSoviet 11 lowans Back to I Khrushchev Had Big Day Pre SIGHTSEEING TOURIST Mrs Nikita Khrush AP Photofax chev left in the background during her husbands center isher interpreter Tatiana Sirogina Noririailv ri I If O n rtrt 1 n 1 T v j C JT H T helterskelter U S visit gets a good look burgh from a hilltop overlooking the steel city At companion of the Khrush chev wenton1 her own way in Pittsburgh on Izvestiga to lowans carried this tribute One might say thai they have contributed no smal measure to the realization of the expectation of millions of Amer icans and people of other coun tries regarding the exchange of visits between the heads of the government of the United States and the Soviet REPORTING the Khrushchev visit to the tall corncountry be came a risky business Wednes day At least one newsman got kicked It happened when the touring party was moving out of a corn field Newsmen and photogra phers pressing up frantically to hear the remarks dropped by jCAPE CANAVERAL Fla An AtiasAble rocket being read ied for a U S shot at the moon exploded on its pad during of its engines Thursday Flames spurted from the base of the towering rocket as the countdown reached zero in the static engine test Suddenly the missile eruptedin a flash A mass of boiling flaines and black smoke engulfed the launching pad for a minute None of the approxi mately 40 members of the te crew in the blockhouse 50 yard away were hurt The Air Force issued thi statement shortly after the ex plosion An AtlasAble missile ex the Soviet roused the Communist anger of boss Khru shchevs host farmer Roswell Garst let go with a few kicks in the general direction of the hardworking press One of those on the receiving end was the dignified Harrison Salisbury veteran Moscow correspondent of the New York Times And as Garst continued his losing battle with the press Khrushchev joined in the fun with the remark Well turn the bulls loose against THE PERSONAL physician of the pudgy prime minister says that Khrushchev lost little of his 220 pounds during his American tour especially eating meals like the baked hamfried chick enbarbecued ribs luncheon at the Garst farm near Coon Rap ids FHA Rates Increased to New High WASHINGTON UPI The highest interest rates in the na tions history on FHAirisured home mortgages went into ef fect Thursday The interest ceiling for one to four family homes was boosted from 5V4 to 5 per cent Wed nesday shortly Nafter President Eisenhower signed liondollar housing by Congress More Rain on Tap for Iowa More rain is heading toward Iowa after the respite in the area in which Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev travelec Tuesday and Wednesday Showers and thunderstorms are due in extreme western Iowa Thursday night and will spread into central counties Friday This condition is expected to persist over the state on Satur day a new bil bill passet THE RUSSIAN BOSS cast an approving look at the trim brown shirt and gray pants uni form of Iowa highway patrol menwho were part of his se curity guard Very good I like he commented when told it was everyday summer attire for the patrolmen KHRUSHCHEV beamed and stepped away from the security men to wave to coeds who cheered him at Iowa State Uni versity at Ames But when told the home economics students were taught to wash iron and cook our he said mothers that in Russia have to teach He advised the girls the thing is to find a good h us b a n Several thousand Iowa State students whooped it up for Khrushchev JAPAN ROCKED KOFU Japan UPI A severe earthquake jolted Honshu Island oo a 200mile front Thursday but M major damage or casualties were reported THE FHA ALSO hiked inter est rateson otherhousing pro grams Rates on largescale rental projects were increased from 4V6 to 5V4 per cent onjco operatives sales housing from 5 to 5 per cent and on coop r evn t a 1 of managementtype housing from 4V4 to 5V4 per cent The legislation signed bythe President authorized mil lion in grants renew al over two years million in lowinterest loans for con struction of college dormitories in loans for housing for the million for various other programs THE BILL WAS actually a third try for Congress Eisen hower vetoed two earlier sions He signed the latest measure although it still con tained several features he op posed FHA Commissioner Julian A Cimmerman authorized the higher interest rates to make FHA insured mortgages more nearly competitive with conventional loans n d e r s lave been shying away from making FHA loans at 5V4 per cent or less because get a better return on other loans The 5 per centrate onin dividual home means buyers actu ally will pay 6V4 per cent This is so because they must additional Vt per cent insurance premium POLIO DEATH BURLINGTON W Richard Boeding 21 West Point died of polio in a Burlington hos pital Wednesday night The Weather Mason City Cloudy with occa sional rain and scattered thun derstorms Thursday night anc Friday lows Thursday nigh 5054 Highs Friday 6266 Iowa Cloudy occasional rain Thursday night and Friday Slightly cooler extreme south east Thursday night lows in the 50s Highs Friday 6272 Further outlook Occasion a showers with moderate tern peratures Saturday Minnesota Growing cloudy warmer Highs Friday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Thursday Maximum 68 Minimum 43 At 8 50 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum ploded on during a static test at the Atlantic mis sile range The be ing prepared for a space probe early next month No personnel were injured The cause of the explosion is being investigated by the Air The AtlasAble was to have een launched sometime be ween Oct 3 and 6 when the moon was to be at its closest point to the earth The shot would have been an attempt to put a 375pound satel ite in orbit about the moon It isdoubtful that the United tates can ready another Atlas Able rocket in time for an early October launching This means t will be at least early Novem er before such a launching can e attempted The explosion of the rhore than 00foot tall rocket was a bitter low to U S hopes for leveling moon score with the Rus ians Earlier this month the leds recorded a spectacular pace feat by hitting the moon fiib one of their big rockets LAYOFF ORDERED CLINTON UPI The North Vestern Railway said Wednes ay it will lay off about 400 mployes effective Sept 28 be ause of the lack of steel ship ments FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES mier Nikita Khrushchev his mind full of the abundance of the heart of Americas bread left here Wednesday night after a twoday stay in Iowa Khrushchev was given a two sided view of how Iowa became the heart of the corn and live stock belt in this He saw it from practical and the academic sides with visits to the Roswell Garst farms near Coon Rapids and the Iowa State University campus at Ames THE SOVIET LEADER at times looked tired as the offi cial party covered more than 175 miles of Iowas countryside in one packed day But at each stop where there was something to do with agri culture he became the alert man who diplomats know is in complete control of Russia His sharp wit came into play at each agricultural stop He not one to be caught without an answer himself had a lengthy chat in the middle of a feed lot and over a huge farm style luncheon He exchanged cracks with a home economics teacher at IowaState University and com manted how the pigs Iowa State swine nutrition farm near Ames were standing a attention for the AP Photofax RUBBERNECKING Like any tourist in a big city Pre mier Khrushchev stretches his neck muscles to get a look at tall buildings n Pitts burghs business section At centeris Mayor Thomas Gal lagher Well Soon Be First MOST OF THE students at Iowa State University in Ames were along the caravan route Many of the classes which were cheduled as usual Wednesday were out for the day by the ime the Soviet leader arrived The crowd of students who met im were quiet for the most part and the youngsters saved their jeers for the large contingent of police who escorted Khrush chevs party He was met at the door of the home economics building by President James Hilton and a large welcoming group Blonde Diane Rathman 18 a student also met Khrushchev and gave him a copy of a studentcompiled cookbook The rollypolly Soviet leader then toured the ing students at work in home ec onomics laboratories He FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Soviet Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev de clared Thursday that Russia means to take over first place in the world from the United States Khrushchev said there was a time when the United States was second in the ably he meant to Great Britain But itbe came first And he added that ings Mr K on Last Leg of Tour Sees Might of Pittsburgh FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES President Eisenhower began final preparations Thursday for his weekend talks with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev He is reported hopeful but by no means that some way can be found to improve U relations arid pro mote serious negotiations on dis armament He has counted on Khrushchevs observations dur ing a tour of the country to in crease that possibility Khrushchev returns to Wash ington late Thursday after a oneday visit1 to Pittsburgh In an eightday tour around the country he has spoken thou sands of words but Washing ton officials have found among them no really new ideas of solving EastWest problems or any hint of softening in Soviet foreign policy this was quite natural Then he said Now we have set up the1 task of moving up from second place o first when we We mean say we will business compete with Khrushchev blamed the United States for continuing the cold EISENHOWER MET with Secretary of State Christian A Herler and other State Depart ment and White House officials for a detailed survey of issues which Khrushchev and the Pres ident have already agreed to discuss These from Ber lin in Europe to the small strife torn country of Laos in South east Asia They include clear weapons testing the fu ture of SovietAmeri can trade and travel exchanges etween the United States and Russia Eisenhower iscussed the and Khrushchev subjects briefly war quipped to one of the teachers When these girls get out of here how can their husbands check on their efficiency THE TEACHER answered quickly If she graduates from here her husband doesnt need to check on The last stop at Iowa State was THE POLITICAL cold Is coming from you and not from he told a civic luncheon here We are not afraid of the cold but we would like more fav orable winds to blow in the This speech was Khrushchevs last formal talk before he settles down to the serious workfor which he came He was to fly back to Washington to begin a series of meetings with Presi dent Eisenhower on ways to lessen world tensions Khrushchev in one of his gay est bounciest moods earlier plugged for SovietAmerican trade offered to sign for equip ment right now and then cheap a visit to the swine nutrition ex perimental farm south of Ames Khrushchev was rush through the stopped a number view exhibits Looking fatigued expected lour but BEEEEEEEK Vera Horosny Mi was made by Wes Sweei left of the ami gasps in horror when told the Miami Humane Society Mrs Horosny snake she found in herfront yard is an was weeding her lawnwhen the monster 18foot boa constrictor Identification gasp sidled up to her still beaming amiably Khrush chev shouted goodbye in Eng lish to his hosts before the huge Military Air Transport jet whisked him off to Pittsburgh at In Russian he said I leave with the best of feel ings and the best of impressions and I will convey to my people the many good wishes expressed A farewell committee at the airport was made up of Gov Herschel Loveless Mrs Love less Mayor Charles F lies and Mrs lies of Des Moines and President Frank De Puydt of the Greater Des Moines Chamber of Commerce Belmond Gl Hurt in Truck Plunge NAHA Okinawa 25 persons aboard a runaway Air Force truck escaped death when the vehicle plunged 500 feet down a mountainside the U S Air Force announced here Thursday The injured included airmen including an lowan and 19 Ryukyuans Staff Sgt Erwin Crabirec Bel mond Iowa suffered chest in swapped his watch for a cigar THE DISCUSSION and unusual exchange of gifts took place duringa visit to the Mesta Machinery Co Khrush c h e v repeatedly discussed to trade then as if to prove how he ready he is to do some swap of times to tns place As Khrushchev was greeting again but workers at the Mesta plant one of them Kenneth lackey of fered him a fivefor30cents ci gar t Khrushchev gratefully ac cepted it and whipped off his wrist watch and gave it to Jackey As he toured the big Mesta plant Khrushchev admired the big machinery that is used to equip steel mills Repeatedly he said Lets buy it Lets sign Nearly all the big machinery Khrushchev saw has been em bargoed from shipment to Rus sia because of its war potential nd generally 10 days ago a after the Soviet Pre mier arrived in country Since then the topicshave been put in order by Herter and So viet Foreign Minister Andrei A Gromyko in preparation for two days of EisenhowerKhrushchev talks starting late Friday at Camp David Md ADLAI STEVENSON believes Khrushchev is willing to nego tiate for an inspection program for world disarmament Stevenson had a farmyard chat with Khrushchev at Coon Rapids IowaWednesday a conference which first hint that a turning point might have been reached in the premiers tour he would be willing to take part in negotiations fora disarmament inspection program In a brief statement Thurs juries in the mishap day Stevenson said he thought Khrushchev is serious and wants to reduce the burdened nature of armaments step by step with simultaneous inspec tion and control appropriate to each step At least his proposals should be carefully considered and not dismissed as Khrushchev meanwhile tour ed Pittsburgh Thursday in an open car under bright sunshine The chief focus of interest was a company which makes the big machines used by steel mills In the premiers party is Niko lai A Tikhonov a big wheel in the Soviet steel industry THE PREMIER arrived Wed nesday nightafter a flightfrom Des Moines Police had a bit of security jitters at the time and the trip from the airport to a downtown hotel was made in a closed car On the Inside General Page 2 Eat Grow Editorials 4 Society Clear Lake News North Iowa Comics 15 Mason City News U17 Sports 1J20 Latest Markets 32 WHATS THE NAME LONDON UPI George Swindle was sued Wednesday or illegally possessing an auto mobile Thursday a crowd of four or five thousand lined the side walks as Khrushchev came out of his hotel There was some cheering and some waving of tiands by spectators There also 78 was some booing 10 Khrushchev arrived right on 13 schedule at Mesta Machinery makers of steel mill ma chinery On his way he passed the huge Jones Laughlin sheet strip mill silent and closed bj the nationwide steel The visit to the Mesta plant and an address to a civic lunch eon were the main events on Premiers schedule here   

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