Associated Press Domestic News California United States MASSIES ARRIVE IN SAN FRANCISCO

MASSIES ARRIVE IN SAN FRANCISCO

U.S. Navy officer Lt. Thomas Massie, his wife Thalia Massie, and Grace Granville Fortescue, Mrs. Massie's mother, are shown aboard the ocean liner Malolo upon their arrival in San Francisco from Hawaii, May 13, 1932. Mrs. Fortescue, Lt. Massie and two naval enlisted men were convicted of manslaughter for the slaying of Joseph Kahahawai, a Hawaiian man accused of attacking Thalia Massie last September. Their ten years sentences were commuted to one hour by Govenor Lawrence Judd of Hawaii. (AP Photo)

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May 13, 1932 04:00:00 AM
July 15, 2004 04:18:54 PM
ASSOCIATED PRESS
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THOMAS MASSIE, THALIA MASSIE, GRACE GRANVILLE FORTESCUE
Homicide, Crime, Edgil Crime
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES
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