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Dulles Says Soviet
Ended Treaty Talks To Worry Japan By the Associated Press PHILADELPHIA, Mar. 15.— Ambasador John Foster Dulles said last night that Moscow is seeking to carry out a 25-year-old plan to clamp Soviet control on Asia by violence. That is why, he said, Russia re cently broke off discussions look ing toward a peace treaty w'ith Japan. Mr. Dulles, who is President Truman's special envoy for Japa nese treaty negotiations, said Moscow’s immediate purpose ap parently is to spread anxiety in Japan and other areas now pro tected by Western forces. Pre dicting failure for this effort and for a Communist campaign to “immerse Asia in a bath of blood," he declared that the power of fraud and terrorism is waning. Bush Cites Weapons. Mr. Dulles made his remarks in a speech before the Philadel phia Evening Bulletin Forum which was broadcast nationally. Dr. Vannevar Bush, one of the country’s top scientists who aided in the development of the atomic bomb, told the forum if Russia “should venture war” in Europe; “we would destroy her.” He enumerated the weapons the United States has to knock out Russia “should her armies roll across the plains of Germany.” He said, “We are prepared for ex tensive strategic bombing with atomic weapons.” Bradley Hits Armchair Ideas. In the final address to the forum, Gen. Omar Bradley de clared that though some Ameri cans feel that assisting the mobil ization of our friends is misplaced effort, “a nation’s voice at the council table whispers or com mands in exact ratio to its strength.” Gen. Bradley said the “present armchair grasp of reliance on sea power and air power to the ob vious belittlement of land power falls into the pattern of an easy escape toward solitary security.” 5th Annual Bridge Contest To Begin Here Tomorrow The fifth annual City of Wash ington contract bridge champion ship begins at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Shoreham Hotel. Spon sored by the Washington Bridge League, all events are under the direction of Paul E. Golden. Mrs. T. M. Boyle and Mrs. Maurice Reddy will defend in the women’s match. Louis Fruitman and F. M. Lake are defending title holders in the men’s contest. All are Washingtonians. A mixed pair contest will be held at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow. The series continues at 2 p.m. Satur day, with a two-session open pair match, concluding Sunday with team-of-four play at 1 and 6 pm. Tourney manager James G. Stone has announced that special open pair contests will be held at 8:15 p.m. Saturday and 7:30 p.m. Sunday, in addition to the major title events. 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