Daily News from New York, New York on May 11, 1970 · 172
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Daily News from New York, New York · 172

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Two Dems See Lib Maneuver For Goldberg By SAM ROBERTS Two Democratic candidates charged yesterday that tonight's special session of the Liberal Party state committee is "the last act of a carefully scripted scenario rigged" to nominate Arthur Goldberg for gorernor and incumbent Charles Goodell for the Senate. The charges emerged in sepa- j Paul Howard O'Dwyer Samuel Suspicious of Liberal Party rate statements from Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Howard Samuels and Paul O'Dwyer, one ' of four contenders for the Dem-' ocratic Senate nod. Raps Harrington Exit Samuels accused the Rev. Donald Harrington of ending his stand-in candidacy for governor on the Liberal line just in time to block a party primary contest. He said: "'1 find it hard to believe that the Liberal Party i3 is about to endorse a man whose candidacy was designed and is .being manipulated by the old-line county leaders of the Democratic Party who have stood so firmly against the Liberal Party." In his statement, O'Dwyer said an endorsemen of Goodell, a Republican, would be "a betrayal" of Liberal voters. The Front Runners Goldberg and Goodell are front runners for the crucial Liberal endorsement when state committeemen meet at the .Hotel Roosevelt at 6::i() p.m. today. After a nonbinding roll-call vote of the delegates, the vacancies committee will formally choose substitutes for Harrington, and for the Liberal senatorial candidate. Deputy Mayor Timothy Costello, both of whom bowed out last week. The party's support is considered critical since the one Democratic governor elect-d since the Liberal Party was formed in 1944 V. Averell Harriman would have lost without the Liberal voters. Morgenthau Aides Hopeful Aides to Robert Morgenthau, the third Democratic gubernatorial candidate, who won a pri-mar ballot berth last week with a record 30,340 petition signatures, said they were still hopeful of winning the Liberal endorsement. ' In another development, Democratic Senate hopeful Richard n McCarthy of Buffalo accused a rival, Theodore Sorensen, of "trying to inLiniuiaLt- inc " threatening to challenge McCarthy's nominating petitions. -Calling Sorensen a "carpet-Vmp-P-er" iruiltv of "a new low m Twilitics." McCarthy said his 17- 000 signatures could be contested only on "pure technicalities that flv'in the face of a free and open primary." NEW YORK PARENTS! SEE PAGE 19 HApPY FEE"" SOFTENS & SMOOTHES ROUGH, CALLUSEO FEET! HAPPY FEET cools and refresh"? hot. tired feet . . . makes your feet Snd you look and feel wondertu,. Dries instantly w.thojt stickiness. Eliminates persD'rat.on and deodor- DRUG GUILD STORES . a m; -ui.jij.li ' "'""".'l"'''r !" . L. . TUTTT"" . 1 w li save at hme i "J PHONE (212) -f; ;A - M 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. j & (frM& i IIBSt $ OUT OF TOWN CALL COLLECT A 1 1 4rJC iVKfW f A combination of special purchases with reductions from inventory gives you a marvelous selection. The proof is in the finished product: that Korvettes offers outstanding quality control, beautifully finished work, luxuriously detailed and inspected in accordance with our high performance standards. Phone today. Prices are based on standard 1-cushion chair up to 37'' and 3-cushion sofa up to 90" AND, 4 DIFFERENT WAYS YOU CAN CHARGE IT! t I Hi Ui o to -J o j -

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