FRIDAY, TUNE 2, 1050 BLYTnEVTLLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS U.S. Needs Socialism/ Norman Thomas Claims At Party Convention United States needs socialism^ Nor-*man Thomas said today, bccaii.sc f jjjfceace, plenty, freedom and the "aternlty of free men can never exist under the supremacy of king private profit." The tall, while-haired socialist leader who carried his party's banner in many Presidential elections condemned Democratic administration and Republican opposition alike in a prepared address opening his party's 21th national convention here. "What democratic socialism of- PAGE FTVH WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. F. Boyles fers to America," he said, "is a philosophy and a set of Ideals, a standard of ethics without which our marvelous machinery will never be operated for human values." President, Truman's "Fair Deal" program, Thonins said, "offers hope io the masses of people" but is dangerous "not because he has left the old capitalist moorings but because. he rejects the socialist compass to guide liMn." "Socialism vs. Liberty" The Republican claim that the tiiy Issue today is "socialism versus liberty" Thomas dismissed as "ill- informed." "Senator Taft's hatred of socialism never protected him from being dubbed a Socialist- bv real es- interests \vhen he fought for I subsidy to housing," Thomas declared. He charged both parties had failed to give any "hold, imaginative leaders*'!!) for world peace." The Socialist leader said Truman "heads a warfare rather than a welfare state" with a budget that is "six to eight per cent welfare and 75 per cent warfare." Objectives Outlined These, Thomas said, are the main objections to the administration program: 1—The President "delivers effective speeches on campaign trips and accomplishes practically nothing in t , ve fluty Washington." Here Thomas placed a major share of the blame on "the Irresponsibility of our political par- ly system." ' 2—There Is a "low standard of administrative honor and competence in Washington. New York City and scores of other cities and states under Democratic administration." 3—Truman's specific welfare proposals "are at least headed In the right direction" but are "uncoorOin-- ated." The program lacks the philosophy tliat "the supreme loyalty of our time be given to the spirit of cooperation." Turning to the question of Socialist Great Britain, Thomas ridiculed the argument that this coun- ^try's relative prosperity compared to ^England proves that capitalism is superior to socialism. "Capitalism Fallen" "The thing that failed in Britain and all of Europe was capitalism, not socialism — the same sort of capitalism that we have had in America," Thomas said, adding: "The Socialist doctor was called to save the British patient very late. He hasn't worked a miracle, but, by and large, he's done a good job." On the other hand, Thomas as- fierted, "such prosperity as we have here Is due In large part to the magnitude of government expenditures on an arms economy in no way an expression of free enterprise." "Indefinitely continued, that arms economy will lead to bankruptcy if it does not first lead to war," Thomas said. Volcano Erupts In Hawaii After 18 Months Calm HONOLULU, June 2. (/P)—Mauna Loa, 13,680 foot volcano on the Island of Hawaii, erupted lust night after 18 months of qutet. Prank Oberhansley, Hawaii National Park superintendent, said 'it was a spectacular show." He said rod hot Inva broke out on the southwest flank of the volcano at about 9,000 feet. Hilo, the only sizable city on the islnnd, lies to the east. Harry Dlickliahn, editor of the Hilo Tribune-Herald, said al Hilo the eruption startel at 9:30 p.m (3:30 a.m.. EDT. Friday.) Capt. O. B. Bliickmore, pilot of a Pan-American stratocrolscr tha' flev,' over Mauna Loa at 10 p.m. :;akl smoke columns towered to 20,000 lect. The white-hot lava \vas clearly visible pouring out of the massive mountainside, he snid. The reel Blow in the sky was visible from Diamond Head, 200 miles away on Oahu. Navy Orders Women Doctors to Duty WASHINGTON. June 2. (/Pi The Navy said today It has ordered 17 women doctors to duty at Installations In this country. The new doctors, first women tn complete training under the Navy civilian Intern training program hold reserve commissions as lieutenants, junior Krade. They wil: Pour generations of the H. M. Woodyard family were present at ft family reunion, here, Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Woodyard III and family. Among those ol the family present were Mr. Woodyarri's grandmother, Mrs. H. M. Woodyard ot Shreveport, La., his parents. Mr. •uid Mrs. H. M. Woodyard, Jr., of Wilson, his brothers, Jack Woodyard and family, Jim Woodyard and Mrs. Woodyard. nil of Helena. Robert Woodyard and family of Memphis. Harry Woodyard and family, M. L. Woodyard and family, Eugene Woodyard and family and Howard Woodyard all of Wilson, and iv sister. Mrs. Jack Nolan and family of Helena. The aunts, Mrs. Sam Orubbs of Slireveport and Mrs. Mose Brown of Bossier City, La., were also present. Two other sisters were unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Brown announce the birth of a son May 22 at the Baolist Hosnllal in Memphis Nursinjf Graduates Miss Merle Ryals of Wilson was among the 43 graduates of the Methodist School of Nursing it MempWs Saturday night. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rvals, attended the graduation exercises held at the Madison Heights Met I 1 dist Church. Mrs. Eva Kerlin was in Portage •illc. Mo.. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles \vfir n Memnhis Thursday night wher ,hey visited -Mr. Henry Aaron wh a patient In Haptist HospHa Mr. Aaron, whose home is in Mem ahis. Is connected with the Majesti Radiator Go. His condition Is reported as satis factory following an operation ear] ier last week. Other Students Home Miss Martha Muncy, daughter f Rev. and Mrs. A. P. Muncy, \vh has completed her junior year at Ouachita College In Arkadelphia. arrived home Saturday to spend the summer vacation with her fam- join two regular Navy and three reserve women doctors already on ac- Burglars — Help Yourselfi LOS ANGELES, June 2. W Twice in the past week, burglars have broken into Sam Schulman'i service station, taking a total o S116 cash. Last night, there was a. sign on his window: "Come on In. Help yourself." A spotlight played on his new safe, cemented into the floor. ate In the annual Girls' State hlch will be held at Camp liobln- on. The event Is to teach younr eoplc the workings of the govcrn- lent. The Wilson Cooperative Club > sponsoring her trip. Miss Harn- I en, daughter of Mrs, Alma Harn- 3n, was chosen oti the basis of •holarshlp and leadership. j Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lovett «nrt; ons, John and Jim. and Mr. and j Irs. Clarence MccHin and son, j "ommy Colcman, spent Sunday j itli Mr. Lovett's mother, Mrs. Ednn | xiyett in Cleveland, Miss. The Lov- i It boys stayed for an extended isit with their grandmother. | Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wiley and i Inlrlren, Billy Wayne and Mary x>u, wil) leave Thursday for Luf- in, Texas, where they will visit lis parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. L Viley and family and brolhcr R. E Viley and family. They plan to be :one a week. Phillip J. Deer, superintendent of iVilson schools, is attending to bus- ness In Little Rock this week. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. 2-DAY SALE! Terrific Reductions—Sal. & Mon. 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