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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - March 17, 1959, Long Beach, California                             IKE SPEECH SPURS SUMMIT PARLEY Warns Russ U. S. to Fight if Necessary Western Officials Predict No Early Solution to Crisis By Associated Press The Big Four powers ap- peared today to be headed for a summit conference by summer. But Western quar- ters warned against expecta tions that this meant a quicV solution to the Berlin crisis President Eisenhower Mon day night opened the dooi cautiously to a summit meet ing. In a speech to the na tion he said he was agree able, provided the foreign ministers lay advance ground work. Eisenhower also serve notice the United State would fight rather.than yiel to Soviet Premier Khrushch ev's demands that the West ern powers end their militar occupation of West Berlin. met with support from congressmen of both parties in that stand, although some Democrats questioned his as-] sertion that the United States has enough military strength to deter aggression. iGEON-DROP YICT1M Mayor Admits 'Robbery1 Hoax The Southland't Finetl Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1959 Vol. LXXII-No. 37 PRICE 10 CENTS CLASSIFIED HE 2-595J 30 PAGES TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) Reclaiming Mrs. Duncan Sobs at of 2 Areas Here Sought MAYOR SHELDON SMITH HAS SAD CONFESSION IN MOSCOW, both West ern and neutral diplomats took the view that Eisenhow- er's speech put the world closer to a summit meeting than at any time since last iThreatener Worries Ike Protectors GREENSBURG, Ind. UP) ayor Sheldon Smith of reensburg shamefully admit- ed Monday night that he ashed himself with a razor, he invented a story about >eing cut and robbed by three Cartel Asks City for Upgrading of Dwellings By GEORGE WEEKS A 35-member citizens group today asked official backing for rehabilitation of two substandard residential areas with a total of housing units. The Urban Renewal Advis- ory Committee, organized in 1956, recommended to the City Council that a southwest section and a central Long Beach neighborhood be desig- nated as project areas for upr grading of old dwellings. Councilmen were expected to refer the proposal to their committee of the whole for WASHINGTON Secret Service is summer's efforts to get the Pig Four together at the United Nations. But they also said it would lake a lot of compromising by Khrushchev before any agreement could be reached over Berlin. British officials said pri- vately Eisenhower's speech should make clear in some people's minds the difference between negotiation and ap- peasement, and remove any idea that the United States and Britain had divergent views on -Berlin. Mayor Willy Brandt of West Berlin said Eisenhower reaffirmed "our convictions we can truly count on our American friends." He sale it would also make it easier to arrange genuine top-leve discussions. PRESIDENT told the nation, "We can not try to purchase peace by foresaking two million free people of Berlin." He charged that Russia has "deliberately created" a wa threat to enforce its Berlin demands, and indicated ap peasement would be worse than useless. "War would become mon likely if we gave way and en couraged a rule of terrorism rather than a rule of iaw am he said. "Indeed thi is the. peace policy which w are striving to carry ou throughout the world." On-the other hand, he said 'The risk of war is minimizec li we stand firm." WHATEVER COMES, h said, the American peopl ''now have and will continu (Continued on Pg. A-4, Col. 5 Wl The concerned bout a man who has threat- The 39-year-old mayor said more detailed study, e made up the slory "to ex- lain the loss of the money nd nide tne sname of being autuul  een no trouble between he and her husband. They hai >een married 12 years. "I just can't believe it's mj lusband and sh repeated over and over. "I must be a mistake." BOTH FINE PRESIDENT EISENHOWER INDICATES BERLIN ON MAP Woman Paralyzed 22 Yrs. Has Baby LOUISVILLE, Ky. Mi- Mrs. Carl Krider, a woman who hasn't walked for 22 years, has a proud smile on her face. So does her hus- band. Mrs. Krider, stricken by polio at the age of 7, gave birth to a- 5-pound, 14- ounce baby girl, Kathleen Ann Krider, Monday. Doctors said the baby, delivered by Caesarean sec- tion, and Mrs. Krider were doing fine. The baby is their first. -WHERE TO FIND IT Gov. Brown has score both political and socia triumphs in his current vis to Washington, .D. C. Se Page A-3. Beach B-l. Hal B-7. B-7. C-3 to 8. B-8, A-9. Death B-2. B-6. B-3. Shipping A-8. C-l, 2, 3. A-10. Tides, TV, A-I2. B-7. B-4, S. Your A-2. VENTURA shady past of convicted lurdercss Elizabeth Duncan was exposed today at he opening of a .hearing to determine whether she will >e .sentenced to death or life imprisonment. Day in N, Y. NEW YQRK shrill blast from patrolman Daniel ke uunuan, 01, wab HJUIIU uilty Monday afternoon of mying the murder of her whistle today sent free and frisky Irishmen marching up 5th Ave. in the same jury is hearing vidence on which it will Patrick's Day parade. An estimated sons the daughters of the Emerald of first witnesses, two an Francisco vice formed 62 battalions to pay honor to Ireland's patron that they WASHINGTON Duncan May 11, ent Sean T. O'Kelly of operating a house LUCK 'of the Irish and was welcomed to Dist. Atty. Roy justafson introduced sunny skies and, for ngton today by she served a balmy 45-degree Eisenhower. Both' in for the great t "a happy augury" that Edward lappened on St. and William old avenue, more; ac- testified the to high fashion than The White House rolled made in a raid on jigs, took the colorful Kelly green carpet at parlor. They in stride, e.v e n ngton's National Airport Duncan used the a green traffic stripe. his first visit ever by a Betty estimated million spec- lent of were expected to view GUSTAFSON five-hour AN HONOR guard of Joseph Sollenne, esentatives of all the U. Calif., ervices, ringed by men in and hod carrier S. 'Copters Rescue Army's new green uniform, provided a Mrs. Duncan's last hus-and. At the trial, the 3 From Italian Tanker President Eisenhower introduced Morocco rived at the airport about Mrs. Duncan had at Two U. S. Air Force heli- minutes before today lifted 13 crew- ilane touched down at said that after from the Italian tanker a. m. The Irish leader meetings' with Mrs. which ran aground in rom New York City at the home of seas about 50 miles iisenhower's plane, she proposed to him of Casablanca. bine Santa Barbara bar Aug. 10-foot swell was break- After being greeted by Ei senhower, O'Kelly s t o o that they be married Sollenne said he was 28 over the 660-ton ship. The captain and first mate stayed alongside the American then. the ship, which is rest- dent on a green carpeted said Mrs. on the bottom with only and him her late husband superstructure above wa- "It is, as you have so gra ciously said, a happy on Pg. A-4, Col. hat the first official visit o the President of TRACKING should begin on St. Patrick Day. On this day Ihe Iris honor the apostle of the Polar "Nowhere, I venture to is this feast celebrated wit greater enthusiasm than her in the United Presumed MORE THAN 300 The Defense Department tors were on hand. The Amer ican Flag and the flag of that Discoverer I, the first earth satellite to be launched into 'a pole-to-pole orbit, is lost and land flapped side by side. O'Kelly was greeted by series of Irish airs by a U. S Navy band, which then struc up the Irish National Anthem "The Soldier's fo lowed by 'The Star Roy W. Johnson, director of the department's Advanced Research Projects Agency, said Discoverer's death "must be assumed" because it is no longer 'sending radio signals and efforts to track it with radar have failed. The 19-foot, satellite was launched Feb. 28 from Vandenberg Air Force base in California. It was described at the time as the forerunner of satellites day will carry a man into nearly five days, Discoverer 1's fate was of the sporadic nature of its radio signals. But on March 5 its orbit was confirmed officially on the Low clouds and 41 tracking reports from stations in Alaska, late tonight and Wednesday morning. the United States. Presumably the satellite descended into increasingly dense parts of the atmosphere and was burned up by sunny Wednesday Its lifetime had. been calculated at around slightly Apparently it lasted only about half that   

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