8S BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 Wallace Scores Capitalists Again .Possible Need for New ; Party in 1948 Cited; ; Foreign Policy Hit • NEW YORK. Sept 12. (UP>—Por- 'mer Vice President Henry A. Wallace told n cheering crowd of 20,000 ^thundering ."Wailnce for '48" in •Madison Square Garden last nlglit 'that he would "coutimie to work 1 within .the Democratic Party" until .convinced that It held no hope for • liberals. If the major parties give the ]ieo- .ple no choice except "reactionary • capitalism," a third party mi\y be 'necessary in 1948. he said. ' "If the Democratic Party is a war ; party, if my party continues to :U• tack civil liberties, if both parties •stand for high prices nnd depres- [sion—then the people must have a .new party of liberty and peace," he declared. "The people must have n 'choice." ' Wallace spoke from the same ros- 'trum where a year ft&o he denounc- •ed the administration's "get tough '.with Russia" policy. That speech I brought about his resignation as Secretary of Commerce. ' He-showed no, change of opinion [over last .year. He said Communism was not the cause of the present 'crisis -facing this country. lie said . the crisis was a flnnnclnl one brought on by the Truman admin-1 islrulion. "iinmopolisUc capitalists] and their political errand boys." Wallace addressed n political rul- ly sjxmsored by the Progressive Citizens of America. Sharing the spenk-1 cis' stand with him were Paul Hobe- son and l.ena Home, Neyro singers, and Dr. Frank Kingdon, newspaper! columnist. Wallace bitterly aUuckcd U. S. foreign policy, which he said followed the philosophy of former President Herbert Hoover Utul was carried out by military men and Wall Street bankers. "Under the Republicans, Wall Street ran America; under the pres-| cnt^ administration Wnll Street is 1 all'sot to rim the world," he said. "I wish that what I said a yrar' igo could be 1 out-of-date hy this lime," Wallace declared. "But unfortunately we have made no progress In coming to an understanding with Russia. We now hnve a clearty definecl policy for (he Near East, but il is n policy for war, not peace. We lave accepted the bankrupt and bankrupting British policies in Greece and Turkey." Itrrrips "Knl-llsillliiK" Decrying what lie termed the Democratic: administration's attempt "to out red-bait tin 1 red- baiting Republicans." Wallace s:\id he refused to believe that rank and file Democrats "stand for the bipartisan altitude on abridgement of civil liberties and the insensate drive toward war." "Unless I am definitely and positively wrong. T shall work within the Democratic Party," he said. "There will be charges that Get In There and Win, Mama! OLD FAITHFUL Bottled in Bond Bourbon 100 Proof KENTUCKY STRAIGHT MOUIIHON WHISKKY Also Yellowstone Black Label — !)0 I'root BARRETT HAMILTON, INC., Distributors. I.ltllc Knelt CHILD* Earl Long and Lex Grl.shnm, of Cnrulhersvillc. nnd Noble Ciiiwhart of Holland, was appointed to .submit a list of nominee.'; lor Mie nine board members. I The new board Is to meet later Other officers are: A. H. Webb,; and eltct officers for the coming Stale Lille, viuu-dminnaii. and H. i year, after which the new chair- C. Mulliniks, Carulhersvillc, trea-1 man will appoint chairmen of ll'e i:rer. various community committees. OPEN I House Trailer Sales Lot You can now have a home without delay. _ .Featuring INDIAN CHIEFTAIN PRAIRIE SCHOONER Liberal Term* ^_ ; "We Sell Hie Best for Less" :-Trading Post Trailer Sales Everett Mnlhias, MRP. With n "hokl-thc-uaby-here-gocs-nothlne 1 Mrs. America contest nt Palisades Park, N, J. Hubby Eugene makes tlifi grab for son expression, Airs. LillKiii \Villiains clashes OIL to ^nals.in j Ronald, 2>/2. f arc out to dominate the Dcmo- eiiiUc; Party," li« added, "1ml it will be more accurate to .say tbnt we arc "Let us face that fact tbnt our crises are nut brought on by the C'ommunists," be said. "Tbe pco- out, to prevent Llie Democratic Pur- ' pie responsible for high prices, high MINNIE LEE JONES IXvW MUSIC STUDIO Teacher of PIANO THEORY — HARMONY Special Classes for Pre-School Children and Beginners 807 Chickasawba Phone 2<MM ty from commit tiny suicide.' 1 Wttlhice declared tlml the present foreign policy of the United States "defends roiid-inu in the name of freedom" and "the sooner it is revealed in it.s true colors the better our chance:; for n voiding war and the high price of wasteful preparations." lie suggested three tilings to ehsm&e our Ii>vt>£:i policy: 1, We must utu'.^rslaiul Communism and put it into its proper perspective. 2. \Vc must nnclerstniid Ihni our f choice today — though maybe not tomorrow — is limited merely to reactionary capitalism or Communism. X \Vr must take a realistic view of thm domes tie political scene. "The Communist wny is not m> way, "\V;ilhicr said, "but T \vonlc uiakc two simple points to my lib- oral friends, who fear Communism: "First — we can't .suppress ideas witli force or legislation. If we try, we iuilnmalicaUy express u lack of con lie loner in the give-and-tnkn of the democratic process. We show j that wr l.itk fuith in our ability to tn;ikt b imr system produce abundantly. , "-Sou'iindly — if we believe it *is impossible to live in the world witli Communism, we are accepting the inevitability of suicidal war." Il!:unr-s Capilatism for IH'I- •ents. nnd tfrowint; insecurity an the monopoly capitalists and tlieir political errand boys. "It wasn't tne uoniimu.lsls who removed the wartime controls needed after V-J day. The present administration did that. "The Communists did not kill OPA. The Republican Congress did that." He snicl "Die only practical political question in the U. S. today is mil a question of Communism, but whether we are aoing to continue to strengthen the hands of the witch-hunting, labor-lmting rcac^ tionaries who will he responsible for World War III or whether we shall join hands and plan definitely and precisely—both politically and economically — fi» the peace nnd abundance without which no freedom can long remain." .[ Wallace endorsee! the majority report of the United Nations Commission on Palestine and said the United Slates must accept its share of responsibility for the Jewish people. He noted that it v:ns increasingly popular" to endorse universal military training. "President Truman is for it. The generals arc for it. .Some leading educators are for it. Then- are some clergymen for it. it is apparently so safe "that even Tom Dcwey is for it," he said. "Hut you are against Pern/scot ARC Chapter Elects New Directors POWER, STAMINA AND PERFORMANCE - - • APPEARANCE.. COMFORT.. 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