TirURSDAY, MAY 22, 1047 Wallace Renews Dire Predictions Leftist Leader Soys U. S. and Russia, Too, Traveling Ruinous Road SAM FRANCISCO, May 22. (UP) —Henry 'A. Wallace put forth a tlirce-iwinl program today to Kieit. t!:«jarl<l war which he said would fc" "^' inevitable result of the "Truman doctrine." The former vice president said a ruinous road to war was being paved by America and Russia alike, which, with other nations, have sabotaged the late President Roosevelt's concept of a united world and turned back to power politics "Evidently with Russian siro- |3ort, some Eastern European nations took actions which helped to divide the world." Wnllnce said "Fnste.vl of redoubling our efforts for world unity, the American government accented this division and bosan to think in terms of eventual war." The Soviet Union and her sai- elMle s cannot be absolved oi biame for weakening the structure of the United Nations. Wallace de Glared. "The resopnsibilily for that weakness rcst s on all of us." he said. Russia sought manv objectives outside of the United Nations. Yugoslavia and many countries, showed litlle sense of loyalty to the principles of the charter." Tiicse actions brought forth a plea from American conservatives he said "asking all countries to Join one armed cam» against another." Wallace proposed a three-point plan to abolish the threat of war in a divided world. 1^'^ military settlement pro-i vi [ ™^ for enforceable world con-i trol ^t atomic energy, the interna- tion^K&tion of strategic areas, disarmament and the development of a world security system. 2—A political settlement providing for "the final liquidation of fascism, settlement of civil war in Greece and China...and growth of of human rights as Service a la Cart BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Seated on a pile of straw. Japiuicst- Gen. Kanji Isliiharn is humllctl on a rubber-tired cart from his home to testify before the International Military 'Commission for the Knr East a I Fukinna. Commission members journeyed 300 miles from Tokyo to meet Ishihara after oflicer's physician declared him too ill to go to Jap capital GIs in Arkansas Reinstate 3,167 Lapsed Policies May 22. Ail;«nv.'S II have K.ltiOIMl MITLE UOCK. Ark.. (U.P.I—-More thnn 3.00J veterans C'f World Wur ix'in.slatrd their lapsed Service Life Insuarance policies 'ln;> (ho past three monlli;, sodium to Joseph n. Theobald, innl insurance officer o;~ lh<> Veterans Administration. 'I he fact* value of the polices— Iti7 of (hem- amounts to $.'0.- Many vclcrans. Theobald said are iisint! their terminal leave bonds to pay advance pn 1 on reinstated and convert od NSL.I policies. This is good busincs.;, explained, as the bonds oa.inoi cashed and the VA pays tlirite per cent interest on adviinre prei'i- iums. 'i'lie bonds tlu-mmves »<•- crui> interest at llu- rale <:.f 2 1 :! per cent. emerging system of settlement pro- world bill part of an world law." 3—An economic .... riding for a "10-year program of world economic reconstruction underwritten bv American resources niul administered by United Nations agencies..." ~ Antlers season. of deer arc shed every High School Boys Eager To Build Up Blood Bank When Paid $10 Per Pint MEMPHIS. Ten!i.. May 22. (UP) —.Several school officials were on record today with the view that | the sale of blood to blood banks by youthful donors wa s strictly a matter between the students iiiul! their parents. The officials' 'reaction came at-' ter it was learned a number of school boys had sold blood last week to get .spending money fur Cotton Carnival rides and dances. Most of the boys said they felt selling blood at S10 a pint was an "easy way" to "make some money." Father Elliott, head of Catholic High School, who first received a complaint about a student selling blood, advised his boys to get written consent from their parents before selling more blood. | Meantime, other school officials said thej' had received reports that their students had been cn- ! sai the cl In the same practice and they planned to investigate reports. Stephens Aviator Injured When Plane Hits Refinery i-omiiiicn here today, the iv.snlt of injuries suffered when liis light plnne crashed into equipment at the 1 Stephens Hennery yesterday. Ht 1 suffered severe facial lacerations, a broken jaw. chi-.st and possible internal injuries. The 22-yi'iir-old son of Mr. and Mrs. c. W. Walls of Stephens, he is n grmlimlc of Stephens ..'.„.. School, a Navy veteran anil a stu-' dent at Magnolia A. and M. College. t STEPHENS. Ark.. —Carl K. Walls is ' May in' 22. 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