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Star-News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1958, Pasadena, CaliforniaWeather Tomo wow sunny no smog h Home South c a l n i at s fines newspaper edition. 16 pages classified by other 2330 Ca fornia saturday nov. 1, 10 cents Ike s speech i i gives new Hope to gop by the associated press control of Congress went into its final weekend with Republican campaigners armed with fresh economic ammunition in the form of another big drop in unemployment. President Eisenhower s decline in joblessness during october in a coast Tele vision address from Baltimore Friday night. As Eisenhower assailed the democrats on issues ranging from civil rights to missiles he himself came under Nowc a fire from democratic campaigners. Winding up his role in the Campaign Eisenhower told his that in tie unemployment by -114 million persons he time s. Just Leaf no Federal just sensible Lead at Casper wyo., Senate democratic Leader Lyndon b Johnson of Texas challenged a Isenhover to list any legislation he would ask a Republican con Gress to repeal. Addressing rally Johnson scoffed at the left Wing socialism Campaign theme he said was Blue printed by gop National chairman Meade Alcorn. George a. Smathers chairman of the democratic senatorial com Niit Lee said Eisenhower Aric vice president Nixon hat failed to win Over Independent and democratic Ike. Won tip Small tors said in a statement issued in Washington. No pole is sadly mls Iri f when he months Hong Loblon charges about he harebrained democratic smashers Wen t on to Prelc democratic gain 6 f at Leas Prang the news of a .-i1.-.- Alcorn says gop Stock improving Washington. Fri Republican National chairman Meade Alcorn. Told president Eisen lower today there has been a dramatic improvement in re publican prospects in tues Day s elections. Alcorn said his optimism was based on contacts with Narty leaders in 40 states in tie last two or three Days. At the White House after conferring with Eisenhower Alcorn told reporters that the situation on the whole appeared to be improving at a democratic very rapid Ike s probe set in killing of nurses Harvey Glatman 30, rapist Strangler of quest Joned in the unsolved _ throttling of Awo Pasadena area a nurses and a los Glatman a television repair be questioned slaying hipper son 24 an Altadena nurse found strangled with a Stock ing in her los Angeles apart ment on june 10, 1957, arid mrs. Jean Ellroy 43, an Al Monte nurse strangled with Cotton rope arid a. Stocking in Bushes bordering a s c h o o .1 july 35. Police will Man s connection if with the slaying of Jirs. Ruth Gold Smith 50, choked with a Stock ing in her los Angeles apart ment two months before miss Hipperson i m in is deep i Ca n Giatra Ishri was quoted As telling police. In t anything worse can happen to _ and of California s method of execution a guess they can Only give me one shot of u Iners alive j trapped for 9 Days he said in Only Wilch he would not identify it reported that the democrats were maintaining Pic or Campaign momentum. In every other state in the 40 he covered Alcorn said the democratic Campaign was de Lerlo rating markedly. He added that in the 40 slates gop leaders with whom he reported one democratic Campaign had passed its two or three weeks Alcor i said he told Eisen Hower in a if the the situations in these states was he believed them to republicans coi ild look some real up sets in certain areas hex tues to rage z Day. yesterday police brought the Mousy Bat eared television re Pairman to los Angeles 40 whiles from Santa Ana near where he was arrested Mon Day night. A Highway patrol Man happened by on a motor Cycle As Glatman struggled inside a car with his fourth in ended victim miss Lorraine Irgil 28, a Model like two his three victims. Dawn Friday. Glat Man Tec Tives to the skeletons of two of mrs. Shirley Ann Bridgeford 24, Divorcee he dated through a lonely hearts miss Luth Rita Mercado and the remains of both Lay. 26 Miles apart in i Rea. Ca s t of Sari Diego holy four Djini adjoining Elva Rolde o o u n to rapist turn to Pijre-2 Tough assignment Elvis May be Best . Up elvis1 pre sly graduated from Blue suede shoes of prob at not make an a the Tipu Sig Merit of ail t he Pill is it of Well become the Best Goodwill ambassador the . Ever had in this country. The Sinser Soldier who came Here with a reputation that made him a sitting target for the criticism of everyone from clergy to police has gotten Olf a Good Start. And the other h. The communists who Ousby ignored Presley s arrival Lor duty Here Early in october have Llred -.their, opening gun in an a Ali Presley anti Ameri can Campaign an East German youth news paper gave the clue to their thinking. It said Presley was r person of Low mentality with no Talent at All. V it asked. Why he had been sent to Germany and gave the answer that suited its purpose youngsters stupid enough to be Presley s fans Are stupid enough to an. Atomic the. Communist newspaper comment tipped the hand of one Side. In never ending propaganda War in Europe. But the tither the Coin is of a if can Loyc Down the lurid build up he can Pui off the almost impossible and Lead a Normal of the near hysteria which has teen generated about him Here Yearance there was no indication that he do Iso. " but t he pos Sibil i to that he. In ight apparel ritzy fright Heid local to and that s part of what the j Pung Soldier is up again Here. He seems to be winning the first the ust being natural. For that fact alone Presley ins become the Darling of a Section of the German press. Editorial writers have rushed nto print with the opinion tha a a cry. Iron thei image with lip wriggling. Tock Sand Rol Friend they had been med to expect. I Elvis has yet to sing in pub lie Here., again Norrina v the Arno Urit of radiation in he almost Here Over Pasadena and the rest of Fth e san a Riel considered Toda after rising to record height during Liev Days of the Nevada atomic heal h Pfilf Ici a is Vasai d

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