The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1951 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 18, 1951
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1951 BLYTHEVTLLE, (ARK.) COURIER.NEWS PAGE FIVE Pacific Security System Reported Well Advanced By JOHN M. HIGUTOWER i WASHINGTON, April 18. (/1V— ! •* Plans for development of a Pacific security system were reported today to be well advanced In the State and Defense Departments. Some formal announcements may be made shortly. JjL Indications are that detailed ne- ^tiatlons will be undertaken soon among the United States, Australia and New Zealand with a view to working out a pacific pact by the time a Japanese peace treaty Is concluded. Australia and New Zealand have been particularly anxious for a security system in which American guarantees of their safety would offset the danger they see of a possible resurgence of Japanese militarism under p. peace treaty permitting Japan to rearm, Australians Ask Pact Several months ago, Australian officials advocated a triangular pact. While the project may eventually take that form, authorities here expect that eventually a. five- power alliance will be developed eluding Japan and the Philippines. as well as Australia, New Zealand and the U. S. Ambassador John Foster Dulles, American spokesman in the peace treaty negotiations, visited the Southwest Pacific countries in February and learned officially of their urgent desire for a defensive arrangement to parallel the Japanese treaty- More recently in speeches in this j^untry Dulles recognized" this de- Wfjie and he was certain a system could be evolved which would sat- i"-'-' tun security requirements of those countries. i he State and Defense Departments have been studying the subject intensively. Negotiations of the Japanese treaty is due to be completed in a few months; the time for developing a Pacific security system is therefore considered to be relatively short. Had No Report Secretary of State Acheson was asked at a news conference yesterday for information on the pre- sent status of the project. He said he was unable to make any public report at the moment. It is understood that the state and Defense Departments now favor loing forward win such a pact, iowever, particularly since officials >elieve. that any future conflict which jeopardized the safety of the Southwest Pacific countries would also and with equal danger menace the u. S. The pact presumably will follow the general pattern of the North Atlantic Treaty. Under the collective defense section of the U. N. charter, it provides principally that an attack on any one of the members is to be considered an attack on all of them. Contino Slated To Surrender on Draft Charges LOS ANGEI-ES, April 18. M'J— Accordlan Player Dick Contino will surrender today on draft evasion charges, his attorney promised. Contino, 20, disappeared last Friday from Fort Ord. near Monterey Calif., the day he was scheduled to be inducted into the army. Atty. Gerald Kales said the word from Contino came through member of the family." Kales said Contino will appear at the Federal Building here. Contino apparently will be prosecuted in San Francisco, however. Asst U. S. Attorney Joseph Karesb said Foil Ord is in the jurisdiction of San Francisco courts. He will be handled just like anybody else," Karesh said of the S4,000-a-week musician, "except that his bail will be set at $5,000 instead of 51,000 because he skipped out once and he might do It again." NEW MARU PUTS OUT TO SEE—The first postwar Japanese excursion boat, Hari Maru, makes its maiden voyage on Lake Biwa, near Kyoto. The 000-ton boat, abundantly supplied with windows, can accommodate 1000 tourists. It cost $300,000. Snorkel Subs Used Off Korea; At Least One in Combat Action By ELTON C. FAY AP Military Affairs Reporter WASHINGTON. April 18. {/P> —' The U.S. has put some of Us newest snorkel submarines into Korean waters and at least one evidently has been In combnl, it was learned today, The Navy acknowledged only that undersea boats were sent to .the area almost as soon as the war started. It said nothing about types or how the submarines were : being used. Tills reticence has two primary causes: the normal secrecy surrounding any work of the trcuii- Ordinary steel ts iron with small alloy of carbon and manganese but other types of steel con tain nickel, chromium, molybden- j tronany' D ''snent"se7vicc;''"'and'"the urn, vanadium or wolfram. . . . . quiet but careful watch needed foi the appearance of Russian surface or undersea craft In Korean conflict. 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Made 5,200-Mile Voyage The Pickerel was In the news a year ago when she made a nonstop, underwater 5.200 mile voyage 'rorn Hong Kong to Pearl Harbor. [n the 505 hours needed for the trip, he Pickerel was operated entirely on the snorkel "breather tube' which enables submarines to remain below (he surface and still use their powerful Diesel criRlncs. The Pickerel's present skipper Is U. Comrtr. Henry B. Swollzcr, 134 31ub Drive. Pittsburgh, Pa. The Pickerel went Into service on Ani-r 4. 1949. At no lime have the North Ko- Communists had either a car- lo or combat fleet of more than "significant proportions and much of this has been disposed of tn the 10 months of fighting. Reconnaissance undoubtedly is an important function of Amerl-nn submarines operating In the Far East. Heads Pharmacists LITTLE liOCK. April 18. </!>> _ Glenn Ulckelts of FayeUcvllle wa elected president of the Arkansa Pharmaceulical Association hen yesterday. "AGGRESSOR" IN ALASKA—An "Aggressor" KCO, In Trojan- type helmet and brilliant green uniform, receives orders from his superior in a ski chalet al Kodi^k. Alaska, during "Operation Firestep," Arctic maneuvers. "Aggressors" are simulated enemy forces, trained within the U. S. Army to act the part during realistic Held maneuvers. These "Aggressor" G.I.'s are, left to right: Sfc. Earl J. Smith, Balesbnrg, S. C.; Pfc. George R. Wilkos, Portland, Ore., and LI. Kenneth W. Hall, Nashua, N. H. Hague Machine Rejected at Polls In Jersey Voting NEWARK. N.J., April 18. (.<!>) — Democratic voters rejected a comeback bid by Prank "I Am the Law" Hague and Republicans slmuiscc ofl Senate Crime Committee gam bllng revelations In yesterday's slat primary election. Administration Democrats, led b. Jersey City Mayor John V. Kenny kept control of hcavlly-populatcc Hudson County by nominating thcl slate for state assembly and count fficcs over the Hague forces. 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