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Wallace “Egged On” By Hecklers
Highlights Of Republican Convention
Southern hecklers at' Greensboro, North Carolina, and other cities, armed with eggs and tomatoes, attempted to prevent presidential hopeful, Henry A Wallace, from speaking at several scheduled rallies. Afforded police protection, the Progressive Party candidate continued his pre-arranged program.
Former Rep. Clare Booth Luce, "in action" at the Republican Convention in Philadelphia. 2. A group of the candidates for the presidential nomination includes, I. to r. Stassen, Martin, Dewey, Taft, Warren, and Senator Edw. Martin of Pa. 3. Keynote speech being delivered by Gov, Green of Illinois.
For the second time, Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of New York becomes the standard-bearer of his party in the race for President. He is shown above as he made informal acceptance speech at Philadelphia G.O.P. convention which nominated him practically by acclaim on the 3rd ballot.
Left: Republican nominees for President and Vice President, Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of New York and Gov. Earl Warren of Calif., at conference at Dewey's Pawling farm. Warren points to horseshoe over milk house door as emblem of Good Luck. Right: Touring the farm where they plan coming campaign.
Double Buss For Barkley
Sen. Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky gets a double-barreled kiss at the Democratic National Convention at Philadelphia. At. left is Betty Horstman, of Dayton, 0., daughter of Albert Horstman, of the Ohio Delegation; and at right is Anita Kitz, 1948 "Sweetheart of the Young Democrats".
Matrimony Makes The Headlines
The nation congratulates, left, Mayor William O'Dwyer of New York and Miss Sloan Simpson, pictured immediately after their marriage at Stuart, Fla., and, right, movie idol Clark Gable and Sylvia Alderley, who as Lady Ashley was once married to Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., on their surprise elopement, the 4th marriage for both.
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Gov. Thomas E. Dewey, Republican, of New York, center, is shown getting a few pointers on how to win his campaign for re-election over Sen. James M. Mead, Democrat, from baseball's former Home Run King, Babe Ruth, left, and World's Heavyweight Champion Joe Louis, right.