WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1950 Laney, McMath Broaden Scope Of Campaigning arges Varying; de Personal Exchanges, Pasts LITTLE ROCK, July 12. (AP> — Personal exchanges Involving hish- vays, alleged misuse of pubUc unds, political associates and pusl olitlcal defeats entertained listen- to Arkansas' two chief candi- ates for governor last nljjht- Governor McNfath said former lov. Ben Limey was opposing him or a second term because "he (La- icy) doesn't believe In the customary second term—since he was de- eated for a second term as mayor of Camden (in the '30s)." Lauey said McMath, professes to be against the proposed f'.iir Em- Jloyment Practices Commission anil 'socialized medicine.". But the governor's national political associates are for these things, and "you can itill tell a man by the company he :eeps," Laney declared. McMalh apparently "wants to be high up In the (Democratic) party [or he's spending us into prosperity," added Laney. Charges Misuse Laney, who spoke at Port Smith, accused McMath and his associates of irifc-use of sUite-owncd automobile^and charged "gross mismanagement" of highway money under McMath. He said that if elected lie may ask a special election so voters may reconsider the McMath highway borrowing program. McMath, at Tcxarkana, challenged Laney to outline his highway program. McMath said his administration was building highways made necessary partly because of "the worn- out, neglected and obsolete" condition roads were in when Laney left the governor's office. ' "What kind of a road prograir did he (Laney) have?" McMatl asked. "What kind of road program docs he have now? . •None at all. He has no road program and no program of any kind. "He charges that I have built only 'two-by-four' roads—and for once he's right. They were 'too bad before McMath. 1 " BT^YTHEVTLLI! (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MOT ET,ETE» FAMILY M!X-UP—Frank Ruzha's bride, Jean Dunasky, b«ame his sister and his mother became his mother-in-law in an unusual double wedding in Cleveland, O. Right after the young Ruzha's were married, Frank gave his mother, Mrs. Goldic Ruzha, 48, in marriage to Jean's father, Joseph IJunasky, 57. Their four-way courtship began atter the elder couple met at a Hungarian social gathering in Cleveland,- and the younger couple met at a picnic. Double-dating and the double wedding followed. Union Leaders Want 'Labor' Man in High Position on NSRB Rainfall Arrives In Time to Avert Damage to Crops LITTLE 'HOCK. July 12. (IP) — R3*^fell in many areas of Arkan- sBliiring the past week—just In time* to prevent crop damage. The crnp reporting service noted this in its weekly weather-crop summary, but added that "rain Is still needed in some areas and. although crops have not deteriorated much, prospects will decline if rain is not received soon." "Cotton continues to mnke good growth," the report said. "Blooming has started in northern counties. Older cotton is fruit- Ing heavily. Moisture supply is generally sufficient for coUmi except in a few widely scattered areas. The first brood of boll weevils is appearing In some central and southern counties. The next two weeks will be a critical period. Boll worms are reported In large numbers In Bradley and Ashley Counties." The service said that rice prospects are "promising" though some late-planted fields are grassy. Corn was reported doing "quite well" except in a. few scattered areas where It needed rain. WASH IN GTON, Jill v 12. (fi*)— Labor union lenders ivant some man from their own ranks to be appointed vice-chair man of the Notional Security Resources Hoard (NSRB). The $lC,flOO-a-ycar job is open. It was created Sunday xvhen one of Pri'Ehleiit Truman's reorganization plans went into effect. The same plan gave the NSRB chairman, W. Stuart Symington, all the powers that formerly had belonged to the board collectively. These powers are to plan for defense mobilization on the home front and advise the President. Leaders from the AFL, CIO, United Mines Workers, railroad unions, and machinists—in an unusual exhibition of harmony among themselves — met with Symington yesterday, spoke to him almost with one voice, and afterward issued a joint statement. Today, at Symington's request, I US MUM MXffS Jl KWHY H smum maul mim[tuni they are forming a nine-man committee to meet him again. Both Symington and the union men appeared to be pleased with their opening discussion on the topic of running a war-time economy. The job of NSRB vice-chairman was not mentioned in the joint statement, although the document dirt call for "full ajicl adequate" labor representation in every government agency Involved In war mobilization—not just as advisers, but as full-time officials. 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