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t Weather to Stoy Chilly By The Associated Press The chilly weather that moved into Iowa Tuesday is expected to continue throughout the week. The mercury dropped to 38 at Spencer and Dubuque Wednesday morning, and light rain and drizzle were reported in several sections of the state. Temperatures during the next five days are expected to average about 6 to 10 degrees below normal. Tuesday's highs ranged from 54 at Mason City to 83 at Council Bluffs. The Weather Bureau said there is a possibility of frost in north- crn Iowa Wednesday night, when 3 Iowa Officials At White House Dinner for Nikita WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House dinner for Soviet Premier Klnushchev Tuesday included three public officials from Iowa on the guest list. These officials, invited with their wives, were two mayors, Pearle DeHart of Ames and Charles F. lies of Des Moines, and former Gov. Leo j Hoegh, now director of the Office i of Civil and Defense Mobilization. No Accord to End Cold War Seen- Ike, Nikita Set Modest Goals of Achieving Understanding skies begin to clear. Temperatures will range from about 32 degrees in the north to around 42 in the south. By JOHN M, HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON (AP) - President Eisenhower and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev have set modest goals for their talks here by proclaiming an agreement "to seek ways to achieve a better understanding." But the question which hung over their two - hour conference Tuesday, as it will dominate their talks in the days ahead, is whether a better understanding can be translated sooner or later into practical agreements for ending the conflicts that make up the cold war. On this basic question there is deep skepticism among high officials in the United States government. The hard fact, as these officials see the situation, is that the quarrels and conflicts which divide the world today are not produced by misunderstanding. They spring from basic clashes of national purpose expressed in Khrushchev's frequent predictions of a Communist triumph throughout the world and in the declared determination of Eisenhower and other Western leaders not to let that happen. 11 Tlmts Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 1959 Statesmen faced with problems which appear to them insoluble almost invariably hoist the banner of better understanding over their conferences. It advertises a minimum hope which they can jointly express without sacrificing anything of value. But the tough realities of their differences are thrust forward, nonetheless, by events. Such an event coincided with Khrushchev's arrival here Tuesday. It grew out of the continuing Communist effort to take over power in the little southeast Asian country of Laos. Last week the United States voted with a majority of the United Nations Security Council members to send a fact-finding mission into Laos. The Soviet Union opposed the Security Council action. On Monday about the time Khrushchev was leaving for the United States Moscow proposed in effect that the matter be taken out of the hands of the United Nations and turned over and at least minimize the fighting to a special conference Of in- and give the world the facts about terested Western and Far Eastern the situation in Laos, powers. At the moment of Khrushchev's airport welcome Tuesday the State Department issued a statement denouncing the Soviet proposal as "unnecessary and disruptive." In sum, while Eisenhower and Khrushchev seek better understanding" their two governments are unable to develop the agreement necessary to restore peace WANTS FIRST-HAND LOOK NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 'AP) —Edna Kirszner is a graduate of Rutgers University and spends most of her time behind prison walls. She's doing research in penology and has become a woman parole officer to get firsthand information. When you bear down too hard on a comb, parting is painful in these sunburn, hatless days. 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