PAGE TWO BI.YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAT, SEPTEMBER 14, 1951 1 Won't Rearm Japan/ Yoshida Tells People - v TOKVO, Sepl. 14. (AP)—Prime Minister Shlgeru Yoshida, the little, cigar smoking statesman who guided Japan along the road to Independence, told the Japanese people today he would refuse to rearm this vanquished nation. ,The 72-year-old Yoshlria's stand was vie «'e d in soi n e qu n r ters EUS indication that he would step out of of/ice just as soon as the historic U. S,-Japan Security Paqt is ratified and become law. He instructed his countrymen to keep faith with the western world. Yoshida made his remarks at a news con(erence only three txours after he returned from Snn Francisco where he saw Japan once again take its place among the nations of the world, Fie spoke in the beautiful prime minister's residence behind the Diet (parliament) building, Yoshida was asked point blank whether Japan would have to rearm after the security pad goes into effect. Yoshida answered it) almost inaudible tones, An Associated Pre.=.s Japanese reporter said he heard Yoshida say: "That's up to Japan, Rut us far j as I am concerned I won't curry j It (the rearmament program! out." ' The Japanese news agency Kydo quoted Yashida as saying, "I am not thinking to rearm," Other translations varied. But the Inference was clear: the tough, suave Yoshida would not personally see to it that guns were put back into the hands of his fellow countrymen. . Political observers have predicted for some tErue. that Yoshtda will Shlgeru Voshlila resign in favor of Ichiro Katoyama, founder of the Liberal Parly who was tlcpurged recently. Yashida arrived at Tokyo's Hcin- eda airport at 11:40 a.m., bringing buck with him one of the softest peace treaties ever granted a conquered nation. Crippled Children Clinic Planned A Crippled Children's Clinic will be held at the Mississippi county Health Unit here Sept. 20, it wa.s announced today by Mrs. Annabel B. Fill, county health nurse. Dr. John Gray, Jonesboro orthopedic surgeon, will examine !hc 40 children that have been Invited to attend. Mrs. Pill said. Women of the Methodist Church will prepare a lunch furnished the patient 1 ; by the Arkansas. Association for the Crippled. Russia Sfeps Up A-Bomb Work in Uranium Mines STOCKHOLM, Sweden. Sept. 14. (£*y — The Swedish newspaper Tid- ningen reports that Kussln Is stepping up atomic bomb production . by working a dozen uranium mines In Polish Lower Silesia, nnrt ship- ] ping the ore to Russia by express, j It says that Soviet geologists nm! ' Polish scientific' advisers are prte- ' pectlng for more mines. | Another Greek Election Hinted ATHENS. Greece. Sept. 14. OP)Talk of a new election in Greece has sprung up In the wake of the failure of the Greek rally party of Field Marsha] Alexander Papago-s to gel the absolute parliament con trol it sought In last Sunday's voting. Papagos has announced he will not join any coalition cabinet. A combine of the second place National Progressive Party of General Nicholas Plnstlras and the third place Liberal Party of former Premier Sophocles Vcnizelos lacks strength. Dewey Is Asked To Explain View GOP Ask* Governor To Be More Specific On For East Meeds WASHINGTON, Sept. H. MV- lov. Thomas E. Dcjvey's Republican running mate in the 1944 presidential election suKgesled today that he New Yorker "be more definite" regarding his call for strong Pacific defenses.- Senator Bricker (R-Ohlol. the GOP candidate (or vice president seven years ago, told a reporter Deivey "hasn't made It clear Just what'else he wants us to do" to- wnrd bolstering the strength of free nations in the Far East, After a conference with President Truman yesterday, Dewey called for 'n.uch closer-political and military alliances" among those nations. He declared that having launched a 'great program" defense of Europe, "our own defenses require that we develop a .similar program In Southeast Asia," Broker's request that Dewey be more specific came after the New York soveriicr had reiterated at the capltol (hat he Is "all for" Cien. Dwlght D. Kisrnhower as the 1952 Republican presidential nominee. Dewey, who won the nomination In 1048 as well as four years earlier, has said he will not make another try»next year. 'All U. S. Labor Unions Should Unite'—Green SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 14. <fl>j— William Green, 78-year-old presi dent of the mammoth America i Federation of Labor, says he wants to see all United Slates labor unions Jojned in one b!g organiza lion. Green, In San Francisco for the AFL national convention which opens Monday, told newsmen yesterday that the drive for labor amalRnmatlon will start "at the earliest possible moment." He said II was reasonable to assume his S.OOO.QQO-man union would seek its first talks with the CIO and subsequently with the Independent Rnilroad Brotherhoods. German Peace Contract Ready Negotiations Plan Set for Next Week; Acceptance Expected S-S-SWOO-0-O-SH!—Rammed Into th« air with the help of JATO (Jet-assisted take-off), a heavy-ladeTi F-80 Shooting Star Is ofT-'on a mission in Korea, spewing a double vapor stream from beneath Its belly. Besides its normal armament, the plane carries a 000-pound demolition bomb under each wing. (U. S. Air Force photo from Acme,) Brause to Win Ancient AutoRace 'It He Can Get Enough Water' BUFFALO, N.Y., Sept. U. <#>>—If he can get enough water Jackj Brau.se expects to win the battle of 1 the ancient autos. ! The 76-year-old automotive expert chugged into Buffalo In hLs 1D13 Stanley Steamer last night during a, driving rainstorm a lull 2!£ hours ahead of his 70-year-old buddy. Rube de Launty and his '1911 Stoddard-Dayton came In at the end of a tow rope. Quipped Brause: "I guess Rube's at the end of his rope." De Launty said the rain had conked out hLs motor twice. The last time was just outside Buffalo and It refused to start. Brimse and De Launty will leave Buffalo today on the fifth day of their Chlcago-to#New York race. They hope to make Syracuse by tonight. Brau.se picked up an elapsed time lead of an hour and 45 minutes on the 190-mile run between Cleveland and Buffalo. He was 45 minutes behind at Cleveland. He said the only trouble he had was getting enougli water. ' "Most of the filling stations aren't equipped to handle the amount I need,' J he said. The first thing he did when he arrived in Buffalo was to load up with 40 gallons. "If I didn't now, I'd have to the first thing in the morning." WASHINGTON, Sept. 14. f#v— The Western occupation powers will ipen negotiations with the Bonn government possibly tnext week on "peace contract" for West Germany. Speedy acceptance is expect- 'd. Main terms were agreed on by the ig Three foreign ministers last night for a partnership deal Trhich would allow the Germans to con- .ribute forces to the European defense lineup against Communist aggression. American, BrltUh and French nigh commissioners who helped wrap up details are due to leave for Bonn thEs weekend for the final « negotiations with West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and j other leaders. Diplomats hope the j Bonn parliament will accept the i plan by the time the North Atlantic Council meets late next month in Rome, Last night's meeting was the sixth lOimdtable session of Secretary oE State Acheson, British Foreign Secretary Herbert Morrison, French M'Arthur Should Be Named U.S. Ambassador to Japan—Brewster WASHINGTON, Sept. 14, <ff) — Senator Brewster (R-Me) aaid today President Truman ought to name Gen. Douglas MacArthur ambassador to Japan when the peace treaty Ls ratified. Mr. Truman told his news conference yesterday thai ELS soon as it is ready, he will send the treaty to the Senate and ask quick approval. Brewster said Mr. Truman fired MacArthur from hLs Far Eastern commands, including chief of occupation forces in Japan, because of differences over military policy in the Korean War. "No matter how sharp that controversy may have been, I don't believe it ever has been disputed that Mac Arthur did a splendid Job as head of the occupation program," Brewster told a reporter. William & Maty College Resigns Due to Scandal WILLIAMSBURO,- Va., Sept. 14. CAP)—A month-old sports scandal at the college of William and Mary has resulted In the resignation of the college president, Dr. John FM Pomfret. Ml The 52-year-old educator, announced last night he had submitted his resignation "In the best Interest ot the college 11 , which he had headed (or almost 10 years. Foreign Minister Robert Schuman and their advisers. Read Courier News Classified Ads France Squelches Czechs PARIS. Sept. U. IfFi —France has suspended all air traffic with Czechoslovakia, a foreign ministry spokesman said today. No time limit has been placed on the suspension which .became effective yesterday. Hong colony. Kong u a British crown Farms For Sale Cotton forms or stock forms Reasonably priced. 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