The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 9, 1954 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER », 1954 Harriman, Ives Likely Rivals in NY GOP, Demo Conventions To Decide Only 510 «r« needed for nom-i ination. DeSapio and his lieutenants went ! inco a huddle shortly after Dewey j announced Tuesday night that he ! would no: seek a fourth term. Last ' night DeSapio offered a cluse as to their decision: The upstate counties, he said, j Miss Universe Shuns Hollywood for School _ e upsa , sa:a, erj50n Miss Universe of ,954, , naa deciaea to oaci Harruaan Itj shunne<i HoUvwood so go back was mdicatec that many otner 1 _„•.„„„•, HOLLYWOOD (#—Miriam Stev- i meeting a lot of interesting people 1954, has! — the kind she doesn't see around to I her home town of Winnsboro, S. C. i country chairmen would join in 1 swing to Harriman today. Statement Promised sen'- — e The wholesome, country-reared i I Miriam, 21, announced yesterday! • she was terminating her six-month j so " "• Tombstone Of Lincoln's Son Found Uncertain Well, what, then? Miss Steven- 1 not be too sure herself, j SPRINGFIELD, HI. (ft — The tombstone of Abraham Lincoln's sjecor.d son Eddie has been found by historians after being missing ! for 3S vears. •1 spok • Observers were almost unani- j i rr.ous in taking this as a guarantee j NEW YORK (AP) — Rspub-ithat Harriman had been chosen. | Did she have any talent? Those! lican Sen. Irving M. Ives "and i Roosevelt himself remained si-|wno worked with her say: As! - Broken and lying face down, it j was discovered serving as an en- Oak Ridge the family Illinois' third who died in tt,U~..?l^^tt, Wl-*.W V- ii- > ^i-J&.i .?VV~*-.3"i^W ; , _. I -_- . % insist it is all Miss Stevenson's l schc-ol. Yes, I know I arranged to j 18oO. six weeks beiore his fourtn i-iga - *" * * • - j p Ut Q ff my fm a j year when I won | birthday, lies entombed with that 1 ~ U r£"n _v, p h9V - - nv T ~i onr -j ThncpUhe contest, but that wouldn't beiof his father a short distance I woulan' rivals for governor of New York. . I CIO President Louis Oinder saia: With the state conventions two j >^y e are more ihan ever deter- weeks away and apparently many | rr.^^ jh^t Mr. Roosevelt must be shots still to be fired en the Demo- j ^g candidate. This action by a cratic side, Ives and Harriman | handful oi people — who are trying were tabbed yesterday as the ; lo determine the destiny of the choices of their respective party i whole state—has put more ike in leaders. • the ranks of the CIO." Ives, o5, nas a reputation as a vote geuer. In 25 years i of politics, he has never lost an Ives had only his own desire; to contend with. He was endorsed i^" 1 unanimously by the State Reptu want to do that I a way. The whereabouts of the finish with my I tombstone, a white marble slab, I had been unknown since 1865, __ _ years atjrvhen Eddie's bodv was moved «y~, where"the CIO is ga-1 she "like "pictures? She says she | Bander.College for Girls at Green-j from a Springfield "cemetery, mered tor its state convention, did, and she says she enjoyed ( ^°° & ^ d \ student a ' ways been an | The stone was located by a phc-j "But I don't know how good an j tbgrapher compiling a record of j actress I'd make," she said. [grave markers of Springfield per-j Her parents, Mr and Mrs. Leon-1 SOGS associ£ . ed ard Stevenson, said in a Winnsooro { interview last month that Miriam 1 is a determined girl who will do j what she thinks she should, re- j gardiess of attempts to influence) i her. They probably won't be too i WASHINGTON i?—Women with surprised by her decision. j Of her Hollywood experience, j Odds on Cancer Favor Women With Children WASHINGTON C?/—Worn large families seem the least like- t,X._; election. He defeated Lehman for j ly to develop breast cancer,, scien- him to accept. With no major opponent in sign' 2. margin of } today. iOOO Harrinian, 52, was wooed away Ives promised to make up his mind ] fro21 ' Hepublica'n paths in IS23 by by today. Most observers predicted ^ late * Ajf re d 2. Smith. Although never a holder of elec- I tive office, he held many high of the der Truman. Ms answer would OP yes. Stiff Fig-ht Possible Harriman may be in for a stiff -posts in the administrations of convention fight from Rep. Frank- j Presidents Boosevelt and Truman. lin. D.- Roosevelt Jr., who has the j His most recent post was that of support of state CIO leaders arid j mutual security administrator un- many upstate segments Democratic party. Several Roosevelt backers spoke rebelliously last night after it was reported that Tammany Hall, traditional bellwether of the state party, had decided on Harriman. The Harriman boom came into being much less directly than that for Ives, although both, he and Roosevelt had been campaigning LONG BEACH, Calif. L?i — The people, obviously, loved the battleship Missouri but Long Beach traf- Roosevelt claimed to have run away with most of the upstate party groups. Harriman said only fie police probably will be relieved when the Mighty Mo sails northward today. The battleship, moored here be- that he was a candidate. And the i leaders of the five counties that make up New York City remained silent. These five counties, dominated i in Puget Sound, attracted a crowd estimated at 50,000 yesterday, thereby creating one of the biggest traffic, jams Long Beach ever encountered. At one time police had to restrict the outer harbor area to traf- by New York County (Tammany Hall) chief Carmine G. DeSapio, fie at half-hour intervals, keeping control 513 votes at the convention, one lane open for fire equipment. Their studies indicated that unmarried women over 35 are most likely to have the disease. Results of the studies were reported at a cancer panel meeting at the International Congress of Pathology, attended by about 1,500 scientists from more than 30 nations. Maurine Dobbs Win$ In Sewing -Contest Miss Maurine Dobbs of Dell has been named winner of Singer Sew- ilig Shop's dressmaking contest and has won a pair of scissors. Her entry will go to Memphis for further competition and a chance at winning a portable sewing machine. Memphis winners go to New York for national competition. Grace Besharse was Miss Dobbs' sewing instructor at Singer. "Book of the Dead" Earliest known illustrated work is the Egyptian papyrus, "The Book of the Dead," written about 1500 B. C., containing pictures painted in brilliant colors. Miriam says: j 4i l feel like a Cinderella at mid-j night. 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STORE HOURS: Friday & Monday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. SATURDAY: 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. DON'T MISS THIS BIG SALE! FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY —SEPT. 10-11-13 RAY'S FLOOR CENTER 107 E. MAIN Blytheville,/*. Phone POplor 3-8650 CARPETS 3/5 to K95

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