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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - October 28, 1959, Long Beach, California                             IKE TELLS ALLIED SUMMIT PLANS Says Chiefs Due to Meet in December No Exact Time or Place Yet Chosen, President'Reveals WASHINGTON denl Eisenhower said today lie and the other Western leaders are ready and willing to hold a pre-summit confer- ence about mid-December. Eisenhower told a news conference, however, that no site has been picked, and no specific time. Those matters, he said, will be handled through diplomatic channels. Such a Western summit meeting would bring together Eisenhower, French President Charles dc Gaulle, Britain's Prime Minister Harold Mac- millan and West Germany's Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. The first question put to Eisenhower was whether any progress has been made on arrangement for a Western summit conference. i THE PRESIDENT said last week he was willing to at- tend such a session "any time from now on." Today, Eisenhower noted that he has taken that posi- lion. Then 'he went on to say that De Gaulle has explained to him some of the difficul- MOTHER CRIES, 'I DID IT' Protests Acquittal in Child Slaying high-level meet- elaborating lies lhe French leader has regarding ings. Without elaborating on that, Eisenhower then said De Gaulle will be ready to atlend a Western summit about mid-December. Newsmen Iried to find out from the President whether, his statement means it now isl definite that a Western sum- mil session will be held in December in Paris, with De Gaulle, M a c m i 11 a n and Adenauer joining him there. EISENHOWER REPLIED nothing as definite as that has been arranged. The situation DEPUTIES AID Mrs. Elvera Ellis, 21, as she fainted outside a Los Angeles courtroom after testifying she was in a dream state when she beat her daughter with a shoe. The child, Gloria, 3, died two days alter the Wirephoto.) is, he explained, Ihat there merely has been an expres- sion of readiness on the part of all the Western leaders to get together in advance of any East West summit meeting with Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev. As for (he agreement mid-December said once again he would have preferred an earlier Western conference. On that matter, DC Gaulle apparently has been the stum- (Continued Page A-10, Col. 1) Cuban-U. S. Relations Deteriorate LOS ANGELES' did it; I know I did said the young mother accused of murdering her 3-year-old daughter. "I don't want to go Mrs. Elvera Ellis told her hus- >and. But Mrs. Ellis was free lo HAV.ANA W nome anywny- She had The Southland's Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER Vol. 230 PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-II61 52 PAGES CLASSIFIED HE z-wss HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) U. S. Judge Vanishes in Chicago Justice Dept. Acts to Spur Steel Output Seeks Short-Cut to End of Strike Under T-H Ruling WASHINGTON The ustice Department today asked the Supreme Court to el an injunclioh against the teel slrike go into effect un- ess the United Steelworkers union files ils appeal by noon 'hursday. The union prompl- y queslioned lhe court's urisdiclion. Ally. Gen. William P. Rog- ers Jr. filed his appeal before 0 a.m. in the hope of gelling quick Supreme Courl action lulling the Taft Hartley in- unclion back in force. Shortly afler the Justice 3epartment acted President Eisenhower said the Kaiser :o. agreement with the Sleel- vorkers Union should be a ignal for labor and manage- -----j ment to reach an agreement or Judge William Lynn Park-'Cllmen Harold v-clill'k- o gel steel mills back into'inson of lhe U' S- Court of.B- Vau8lln and Emil B. Signal Hill Votes Out 4 Councilmen Foes of Contract Win in Recall Vote Landslide Four of five councilmen were recalled by Signal Hill voters in a special election Tuesday and a City Council pledged to return the public safety services back to mu- nicipal control was swept into office. The new Council, promis- ing to terminate police and fire contracts with the coun- ty, was voted in by 75 per cent of lhe city's registered voters giving a lo I ma- jority. Although 38 absentee ballots are slill to be counted, (he vole was 855 in favor of recall and 342 against. RECALLED WERE Mayor vere alerted today to watch Benjamin A. Moyle and Coun- VV. L. PARKINSON Missing Jurist CHICAGO Chicago and in nearby cities ull production. V EISENHOWER told a news onference thai the nalion Appeals, who has been miss- ing since late Monday after- noon. John Neurauter, acting Elected to office w e r e. jEinar R. Solo. Ernesl J. Flip- Loring R. Jones and Murphy, Ace Diplomat, Will Retire WASHINGTON crl D. Murphy, undersecre lary of stale and trouble shooter in U. S. diplomacy, i about to retire afler 39 years in (he foreign service. Murphy, who is 65 years old today, has decided lo ac ccpt a post in privale busi ness, turning down the oppor lunity to become ambassadoi lo West. Germany. Since 1953, lhe Wisconsin born Murphy has been (he liigliesl ranking career officci in the Stale Department's lop echelon. V; THE LATE John Fostci Dulles relied heavily on his jitdgmenl and skill as ncgoliator lo help sctlle many a diplomatic crisis. Secretary of Slate Christian A. Herter has relied on Murphy just as heavily. Murphy has played key roles in helping settle the fighting in Lebanon, the Trieste dispute, and many backstage diplomatic quar- rels. The present ambassador to West Germany is David K. E. Bruce. Weather Low clouds late to- night and early Thurs- day, but mostly sunny Thursday afternoon. Lit- (Ic change in tempera- ture. Maximum tempera- ture by noon today: 73. American relations grew .steadily worse loday as Fidel Castro's regime rejected a U. S. protest against its rising anti-Americanism and aimed a new shaft at American busi- ness in lhe island republic. In swift developments Tues- day night: 1. President Osvaldo Dorti- cos, after conferring with Prime Minister Caslro and his cabinet, defiantly dismissed a U.S. government protesl lhat "deliberate and concerted ef- forts in Cuba" are being made to destroy relations between the two governments. Dorti- cos said the U. S. charges were without foundation. 2. The cabinet whipped out a new law imposing sliff laxes (Continued Page A-10, Col. I) ijust been acquitted. The 21-year-old mother saidj she struck Gloria daughter by a previous mar- Gloria hit her 10-month-old son. "11 was like I was dream- Mrs. Ellis testified. "As soon as I realized what I was doing, I stopped. Then Gloria and I sal. on the couch and we both cried." The child died later. There had been testimony that Gloria suffered previous head injuries and Superior Judge Walter H. Odemar de- cided: "I can't find her (the mother) guilty in the face of this testimony." ot only needs but demands'uty chief of detectives, saidiMorris a return [o full production.'Parkinson's disappearance! Unaffected by the outcome Technically, Rogers' re-was reported Tuesday by far from disinterested in quesl to (he Supreme Court was thai il vacale a stay or- dered by the Court of Ap- peals in Philadelphia unless lhe union acts quickly. The union's reply promptly asked the court to leave the stay undisturbed. It added thai there is a serious queslion as to lhe Su- preme Court's jurisdiction "at this stage of the proceeding. The government's petition said there is a pressing need for determination by the Su- preme Court of the appeal lhe union proposes lo file. The union had indicaled it did not inlend lo file before Monday ils petition for a re- view of the Philadelphia courl decision. Thai tribunal had upheld the injunction but had given lhe union six days in which lo file its appeal. The injunction originally had been granlcd by Federal Dislricl Judge Herbert Sorg of Pittsburgh. 
                            

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