The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1950 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO Ben Laney Begins Long Tour of State; McAAath At Benton for Rally (ARK.y COITCTER NKWS MONDAY, JUNK 19, 1950 LITTLE ROCK, Jutie 19. (AP) ~< With his formal opening speech behind him, Ben Laney started (curing the -stale today In his campaign for a third term tn the governor's office. His chief rival, governor McMath, won't mnke hU formal opening ..speech until next Saturday night at Pine Bluff. But that doesn't mean he hasn't been campaigning. Laney headquarters snld yesterday the former governor had changed this week's speaking schedule to include a major speech si MorriKon Saturday nl^ht. Earlier in the week, Laney will he in southeast Arkansas with appearances at several places each day and a speech each night. He'll speak at Fionlyce tonight. Saturday he'll speak at McGehec at 2 p.ni, and then drive 150 miles noithastwMd for the night rally at Morrilton. The same night- McMaih wilf Ix 1 nt Pine Bluff. McMath headquarters .said there'll be special trains from throughout Arkansas goin.? (o Pine Bluff. A downtown parade will precede the speaking. L-aney formally touched off hU campaign here Saturday night by promising to lower taxe- and eliminate ''unnecessary spending" if he Ls elected. McMaih si>okc infortimlly bt a political rally near Bcnton. Formally or Informally, each criticized the other's aAmi'.ifetralion. But neither mcnlionecl the other's name. Forfey is Choice Of Young Demos NEW YORK, June 19. </r*i—For- mer postmaster James A, Farley was picked by New York stale's Young Democrats yesterday as their choice fnr governor in the November election. Farley declined comment, but the New York Times said It believed the move was made with his knowledge and, at least, without his objection. The Young Democrats, meeting In convention here, plumped for Furley only 24 hours after Gov. Thomas E. Dewey announced he would not run /or re-election on the Republican ticket. The Times said Farley was "receptive " to the m ove EI nd won 1 d make an active campaign for HID party nomination if Rep. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., (D-i,ib-NY) should enter the race. Roosevelt has rcpciedly denied any ambitions beyond winning re-election as a congressman. • • '• Farley, n o w 62, masterminded President Roosevelt's first two presidential campaigns and served as postmaster general and national Democratic chairman during that time. He broke with Roosevelt over the third term issue, but retained control of the party in New York as state chairman until he withdrew in 1944. in 19-10. he became head of the Coca-Cola Export Corp. Yet Explorer Off to Arctic CASTINE. Me., June 19 (AP) — Compaq checking nnd a round of farewell celebrations occupied veteran arctic explorer Donald B, Mac- Millar) today as he prepared lo resume his 29tii voyage to the frigid north, His white schooner, the Jltnvdoin. was boarded for brief inspection by friends find relatives tis the youthful crew of taxidermists and «o- tatiL'Ls received last minute Instructions from the 75-ycar-olcl skipper. MacMillan I.s scheduled to put into Bar i'.arbor tomorrow. The next stop will be Sydney, Nova SffiUrt, where fuel and provisions will be taken aboard. The gaily-bedecked -schooner set salt from Booth bay Harbor .Saturday as townsfolk cheered and cannon boomed. The 8,(XX}-mi)e, throe - months cruise will Lake the Bowdoin to Kane Basin, ten degrees .-:outh of the North Pole, where MacMiHan first set foot 41 years ago when hr was with Admiral Peary's famous expedition. Accompanied by his wife, Mi mm, 10 college and prep school student- sailors and three others, MncMiHnn will took for bird and plant specimens tor Rowdoln, Harvard and Yale museums. Sander's Status To be Reviewed CONCORD, N.H., June 19. (AP)— The New Hampshire Board of Registration id Medicine will not act for at least another week on Dr, Hermann N. Sander's application for restoration of his license to practice. The 42-yoar-old physician's license was revoked April 19, a tew weeks after his acquital of a charge of murder In the death of Mrs Abbie Borroto, 59, a cancer patient. The board said. In revoking the license that it would consider an application for reinstatement after two month* had elapsed. A spokesman reported yesterday, however, that Dr. John B. Wheeler, board secretary, was out of slrtte find not expcceUI to return until Saturday. No action can be taken unless all members of the live-man board are present. 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