, APRIL «, 194S BLYTHEVTLLE Kai-Shek to Run Generalissimo Says H. Will Not Seek Presidency Again NANKING, April «. <Upi_Kuo- mintnni! (Government Party) Icart- frf said yesterday they hoped to ' get Generalissimo Chiang Knl-Rhek to renoHiiee his Sunday decision and : run again for the presidency. Chiang told the Kiionilntnit'e Cen- i tml Committee Sunday that he rtirt • not Intend to become a candidate lor re-election. ' "I rio not care for high honor and important posts," Chiang snid I As long us the nation remains tils- ! united. I »m rtetermined not to run i lor the presidency. This does nol i mean : shall shirk responsibility ' toward our revolutionary cause mid I our beloved country." The Kuomintang's highest officials, stunned by th e Gcnoiclassl- mos announcement, pressed him to reconsider and said that he might do so. However, they said he definitely had not, changert his mind as .of yesterday. Kcsi£iial[(i n Opposed First reports said .,a majority nl |the party was opposed U, permit- I ting Chiang to relinquish the pre.si- i rtency. The matter was discussed l>v i Ihe Standing Committee and the i Centra! Executive Committee | s ox- '• jieced 10 make n "nnal decision"! on the party's attitude soon • The immediate reaction was that Chiang was Indulging in a gesture of,niodesty and that he would no' cept the post' after -persuasion " : Top party members, however were convinced Chiang meant o'xactlv what he said. ft «-as believed that Chiang wished to resign so that he ml K I,t, become 1 premier, a post in which he would have more actual constitutional authority than as president, or perhaps to become commander in chai-fje of th e war against Chinese Communists. As premier. It wns pointed out Chian B would have freedom <>r action jn Sluing and carrying out orders m military, diplomatic, Do- mical and economic fields. . BLJLTHKVTLLK (ARK 'Religion' Decision Moy Affee?Schools som. districfs allow religion <oHon in ublic xh»ok '* COUR1EK NEWS Slotei in which i«m« no distrkll allov icligioui cdu- cation oil nhcxil prcmiwM but (iurinj uhool koun. Sfatts in vklcK Bible-itodmq il required by law. NewscRgiT] , lht , . .-.va.lnble figures show .»,»! 2.000.000 chMdre^ir 2200 co,nn, UI , " s ' n ' cl ">"'" s ^°°l children. Bcsl religious inslruclio/i during school hours „ ycnr "go Fduemox "„*,"" , rocplvi "Ji ""me kind ,,f ^ ^^^.l! 000 ^' 1 !"" 18 in " iCal " " S °"" ^~" -'''"^no" ^ceLrir'all Vc.^ 1 ; ' Billionaire's Wife Dies 1 NEW. YORK. April 5. (UP) — Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, jr., wliose marriage lo the son a j the oil bil- , , """ " lionnire in 1901 united two ol the " lO<1 " y '" ^"' ltu| " cx world's largest, fortunes, dipri ,,r „' "I 1 " 1 '""'"!. "" l'»rk Avenue. 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