Independent from Long Beach, California on May 21, 1957 · Page 18
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 18

Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, May 21, 1957
Page 18
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Vi* I 4'' ??-.' ·:4f *-,'·· ' Page B.8. -INDEPENDENT (»! SMik Mil. Fi~, Ife? 91, IN: - Insist on .HIRAM 'WALKER'S r the 4 plutocratic^ -'capitalistic VODKA 80 AND 100 HOOF DISTIUID flOM GIAIN HIIAM WAlKEt SONS INC. rEOUA, IUINOIS GRASS -ROOTS DRIVE,; Knowland Asked to 'Save' GOP PASADENA W -- A grass roots drive to persuade Sen William Knowland, California Republican, to run for re-election has been started by a Pata dena group which calls Itself the Committee for Republican Victory. Harry J. Crawford, Pasadena awyer and chairman of the com- able mlttee, aald several thousand let- ers have been sent to California Republicans, saying In part; "It 1s · well-known -fact most Republicans that If Senate Knowland carries out his ai nounced Intention not to see re-election, the probability tils being succeeded by a Dem crat Is very great. In addltlo to this result, It Is just as prol that If Senator Knowlan should enter the race for go' emor of California, our next go' ernor will not be a Republican, Sex Of fender-Admits Slaying of]3rd-Grader BRISTOL, Conn. W--A goat looking, slightly-built sex often cr confessed Monday to tl week-old flaying of blonde thin grader Brenda Jane Doucette. George J, Davles, 38, of nea by Thomaston, was unihave and his ittiped shirt hung ou of hl baggy pants as he led pc llco to a culvert where the found the girl's dinner pall, an another culvert where the found the screwdriver he said h uied to stab her 22 times. Davis, a father of three, wa divorced by his wife In IBS while he was serving a prlio term for molesting two lltl LADIES'HEEL LIFTS Put on Your Sheet In 5 Minutes Whll* You Walt 35 Per Pair and Up Leather or . Compotlriaa NUWAY SHOE REPAIRING 44? PINE AVENUE PboM HE 7-408* or. IN ino girls. He lived with his parent and police said he hadn't bee employed for months. He wa held on a coroner's warrant. Police said he confessed seizing the girl on her .way t school, driving her to a seclude spot, .and attempting to attacl her sexually. She screamed and he choket tier, according to the confession She fainted, and a pathologls later said she may have died then, Davis told police he nex carried her Into the woods am stabbed her repeatedly with the screwdriver. There was no evl dence she had been sexually at lacked., . · · Tornado Toll 22 AMARILLO, Tex. UB_ The death Sunday- of Mrs. Patricia 'roctor, 18, of Injuries suffered n the Silverton tornado last Wednesday raised the toll com- illvd by the Amarlllo Globe- ·Jews to 22. Mrs. Proctor's .month-old son was killed In the tornado, and tr husband, William,'Is In se- ious condition at an Amarlllo ospltaV i IT HAS been reported that Knowland may seek the Republican nomination as governor of California next year, move which might precipitate bers quite a GOP battle as the Re publican Incumbent, Gov. Good win J. Knight, alia will be seeking the nomination. Same Re publicans would prefer to avoid i head-on clash between Knowland and Knight. Political dope- ·ten say both GOP leaders have presidential hopes. Knowland has said only thi he won't run for re-election. Crawford said his committee a letter has been sent to all mem of the Republican Sta Central Committee, In the Pasa dena area. The committee al reproduced the letter In a fu page ad In the Pasadena Ind pendant, Star-News. CRAWFORD told a reporte that his group Is not connecte with the Knight organization 1 ^ "No ^regularity - '(/probleriis in our homfe ^ // since we started eating., 1 delicious NUTRO-LIFE DKEAll ! soys Mis Joon L Zirlirs Los l\ A n y o 11 1 · h o m c nui k e r A n d H. NUTRO-LIFE BRfcAD mcilu.'s the most wond^ful WV toasl iftiaqinablp' Boktdby langtndarf NUTRO-LIFE BREAD'S smooth, toft bulk sction, like that of fresh fruit sod vegetables, helps your family KIT pleauntly regular. Buy a loir today. 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