Independent from Long Beach, California on May 20, 1957 · Page 3
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Far Wests GOPWote Declines:* (Continued From Page A-l.) marginal district a s ' one In which the winning candidate re. cclved between 30 and 53 per cent of the vote. ... C a l i f o r n i a voters bucked trends established In other areas of the nation. Although the Kls«nhower-Nlxon ticket carried 23 of the nation's 36 largest cities, it lost ground (1.2 per cent) In Los Angeles and San Francisco, but still retained a winning advantage. · The nation's suburbs went more heavily Republican than Is usual, but In Los Angeles and San Francisco suburbs, the GOP lost ground by margins of .5 per cent to as high as two per cent In San Mateo County. ,,- . 'THE GOP committee'* fact I sheet made no effort to find reasons for the gains and losses that were evident. A later report, dealing with the why's o.' the voting trends, was promised. Even so, the analysts felt compelled to ask some questions about the GOP's slippage In California and the P a c i f i c Northwest. As possible explanations for a declining Republican vote, the report suggested It might have been because of a "heavy mlgra tlon of people predisposed to vote Democrat because of their place of origin or some other reason." ·· "Have the Democrats ' been more assiduous In reaching the flood of newcomers?" the re port asked, Then, as If seeking reassurance, It noted "It Is quite possible that an Increase In the Democrat vote In the western factors very which have John Wall Lykes Dies in Florida TAMPA. Fla. UPt -- John Wall Lykes, president of Lykes 3ros, Inc., and one of the two surviving brothers of the Florida family which has business In terests all over the world, died Sunday. He would have been 70 years old June 17. Lykes directed all Florida operations of the mammoth corporation, devoting the major portion of his time to cattle ranching, packing house and citrus activities although he was director of the steamship company. ' · DEATH ENDS HAPPIEST DAY . Mr. and Mrs. Paul -Heller, Portland, smile at congratulations of Bishop Reed .'. R. Madsen following their wedding In Portland Ward Latter Day Saints Church , Js Three hours later Mrs. Heller, 21, was killed In head-on auto crash near Castle Rock, Wash. Two other persons also died. Bridegroom, 22, was seriously in.. Jured.--(APWlrephoto). BuUfighterJ Mate Saves Francesca ' (Continued From Page A-l.) stories like that about me?" she asked, . . , - , - . , : · Miss De Scaffa said she and ler husband had been planning a trip to Spain and would re- states Is due to similar to those helped to Increase the Republican vote In Florida and other , - southern states--an Influx of migrants whose party loyalty does not change with their change of residence." . IN TMK FARM belt west of , the Mississippi, the report said , "there was a pronounced slump In the Klsenhower share of the major party vote." Farm con. cern over the administration was reflected In Republican vote · drops of 14.2 per cent In .North Dakoth, 13.3 in South Dakota, , 7 per cent In Wisconsin and 6.S per cent In Minnesota, . · Even when the GOP presl' ' denllal tkkui Rot a higher percentage of the state vote In 1956 than In 1932, the report noted, the gain was less In farm counties than tn the state at whole. Like a previous survey made by the Democrats, the Republicans found a steady and sharp decline In the Democratic big- city vote which had been "bul warks of Democratic strength . In national elections since 1932, some slncc.1928." ( _,, BESIDES ' THE strides toward taking over the blg-clty vote, Republican gains In other areas were emphasized; The suburbs were even more pronounced than usual In their preference for the GOP ticket. In only one suburban area, ·Washington, D.C., was there a significant decline In Republican strength, Analysis Indicated "It was among federal employes that the R e p u b l i c a n s lost ground," the report said. Labor appears to have given the GOP national ticket 4 per cent mom of Its votes than It did In 1932. The summary gave the Gallup poll *nd the Michigan Survey Research Center as authorities for this finding, ,,., YOUNG PKOPLE. especially those In their 20s, according to the two polls cited above. The survey quotes Gallup's observation that 1936 was the first year « majority of voters between 21 and 29 went Repub- · llcan. Catholics and various minority nationalities did also. Republican losses were apparent among Jewish voters, who gave Stevenson 77 per cent of their votes, 6 per cent more than In 1952, Only among Jews and farmers and geographically In the Far West were Republican losses recorded for discernible voting groups. . , were suspicious of some aspects of the case. . , The Interior Ministry charged that she failed to notify It In advance, as required by law, when she married Bravo. The actress described the Interior Ministry charges as "a echnlcallty," turn to the United Stiites to the birth of a baby she said she Is expecting. Bravo said she had collapsed from nervous tension after lunch Saturday, , · · :· "The Mexican press has been treating her very cruelly," he said. - . . . 'One newspaper called her a 'pornographcr.' She has been attacked not only In connection with the Confidential magazine charges but also on the matter of the recent robbery of her lewels and the fact that tile interior Ministry has been put- Ing pressure on her to leave the country because her mar- 1 rlage to me was Illegal Undnr Mexican law," Bravo said. Miss De Scaffa had siild she planned to return to Los Angeles and "face the people" In connection with her Indictment j and to defend her honor and reputation which she said had suffered as a result of the mag- azlne article about her. · ' A-3 Dry Gleaners' Ads Must Show Insurance Charge SAN FRANCISCO Ki:i _ At- services. But this charge, as well General Edmund irown ruled Sunday that orncy practice of charging - unadver- Iscd Insurance on dry-cieanlns illls violated the business am uofesslonal code, "If the cleaner does Insure ihc arments." Brown ruled, "he ocs so of his own choosing. 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