The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1946 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

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DI'X'KMIiKK 12, 1'JIU BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.); COtWlER NEWS PAC5B F1FTB1H Vallace Wants 1 *i ew Democracy In First Editorial He Calls for New Leadership for Parry | NKW YORK, DOC. 12.—(UP) — >rmer Secretary of Commerce If) A. Wallace sakl in his firs itohal today as editor of t» ;w Republic that progressive ele ems must first attempt to re lild the Democratic party as >oral iwrty and, failing that trike out along other lines. While not suggesting a t"ir irty as such. Wallace snul t mci'leiliis hud "culled lor a ne adershiD," and that until the nd it "they will not rest." I ro •essivcs, he said, "are no sma id beaten group." They have, 1 ided, "just begun to fight. • Wallace, who accepted the eti •rship of the New Republic shor after his resignation from Pros ient Truman's cabinet i\s n rosu f his disagreement, with the ac linistration's foreign policy, ei tied his first editorial -'Jobs, eace and Freedom." He said he onsiocied his new position "a limiting job" to "organize a l>ro- rcssive America." Wallace said tl>at the new starl- IK point for liberals should be nol the false- tradition of dollar Djomacy or high prices created >' monopolistic scarcity, but, the vnt American tradition, the tra- lition that is universal and has lever been completely fulfilled — ife. liberty and the pursuit of lappincss." Wallace said tlial tlie govcrn- ncnt must act, now it it is t 3 irevent a depression, and added hat a depression is inevitable un- ess some action is taken to present it,. Lowered production in the- United States will mean a depression everywhere, he ;;aid. Republican congressmen traditionally, he said, believe in complete freedom for corporations to lold up prices by monopoly, 'while the prices of farm products nnci wnge.s of labor are. beaten down.'' Because of this, he said "the world expects tlw ricpi'essior to coine sooner nn<l to be more severe ns (he result ol th Republican victory." Arkansans Masquerade Terminated COI/rON. calif., Dec. \3. <U1 V ievcnty-onc-ycar-old William Atn- nons, an escaped Aikatisas pvison- •r who lor 29 years played hldo nit seek with the law. sahl today he was shut Iris nmstnrcrarte was ivcr. I Ainmons. who had led a model life since his escape, was unmasked _ ,vhen lie was accused of extortion' and Ins Iii>s;cr|>rlt\ts \vure taken, | A' few days after the charges^ were dismissed for lac kof evidence, word came from the Federal liu-; 11 of Investigation in WashtnK-. ton that Ainmons. now a prominent, citizen here, was really James D:iv-, idson, convii:tc\l of manslaughters 20 years auo. I Stunned by thn disclosure, his, neighbors lined up to si^n petitions asking Arkansas authoiiilcs to rtroji the ciiarfros. On Sppt. 3, 1917. Davidson was sentenced to three years in the Arkansas State penitentiary. Two months later, ho escapee! on u mute from the prison (arm. He became William Ammons, police said, and under that name moved Iroui cily to city until hfi settled in San Bernardino County 18 years «{;«• After only seven hours and five minutes 'of instruction at the Bcllllower, Calif., nirporl, 12- .yeav-old Mary Glee Chesncy was checked out as a solo pilot by a Civil Aeronautics Administration inspector. But Mary, pictured spinning the prop of her plane, will have to wait utvliV 1950 lor her pilot's license under CAA regulations. Churchill Asks Commons Debate on Indian Affairs LONDON. Dec. 12. (UP)—Opposition Leader Winston Churchill charging that Indian affairs assuming a "Bravo" aspect, today succeeded in forcing the government, to agree to a full-dress debate on India this week despite government fears that the discussion might destroy prospects of an Indian settlement. Prime Minister Clement K. Alt- lee and Lord President of tlic Council Herbert Morrison sought to de- lav the debate but Churchill insisted on immediate discussion. The Practical Christmas Gift Store for Everyone! Read Courier News Wall! Acts. \Funeral Ships LW/// Return [Heroes Bodies INDIANAPOLIS. De=. 12. tUP) Special funeral ships will carr \ America's "Hotnelainl rilgvimae.e o the Dead" from European oattle theaters to New York city for eventual transfer to their home burial plots, the American Legion an- nounccd today. . : Joseph Rabinovich. secretary ot the Legion's National Graves Registration mid Memorial CoainiiK.ce, said seven cities, besides New YorK will serve as the main transfer points for bodies brought from Europe, Africa and the Mediterranean. "The Iip^'ion estimates that ap- />rcximately 80 per cent of the more Mhan 300.000 American dead overseas will be brought home/' Rabinovich said. The cities to win:!] the bodies will be shipped include: Chicago, Kansas buy. Mo.; Memphis. Tcnn.; Atlanta. 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