FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 34, I&56 BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Fleet Adm. Nimitz s 71st Birthday Wish-Peace for Ail of the World By LEIF ERICKSON BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Fleet Adm. Chester W. Nimitz, who observes his 71st birthday today, has pondered what-a war weapons of mass destruction may be like. "I hope," he said, "the world soon can find a leadership that will be able to sway the people to the idea that all war is wrong. War is a senseless sort of activity." The admiral, of course, believes firmly that the United states must maintain retaliatory power in all weapons as a deterrent against anyone venturing now to start an atomic war. Nimiti! took command of the- gravely crippled U.S. Pacific Fleet after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor Dec. 7, 1941. He directed the quickening drive across the Pacific — in victories at Midway, Tarawa, Kwajalein,' Saipan and Guam, Iwo Jima and Okinawa — that ended in the surrender ceremony in Tokyo Bay aboard his , fleet's battleship Missouri. Oil Hillside Nimitz lives now in busily ha; retirement in a home nig! Berkeley hillside with a sweepin view of San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate. His wife Catherine found it in 1948—after his tour in Washington as chief of naval operations—to fit the admiral's specifications Tor "three bathrooms and a long view." At the desk in his compac study, Nimitz told in an interview of his contemplations on the vast change in the weapons of war fare since the bitter battle f9i Iwo Jima began 11 years ago last week. "I don't -want to pontificate," he said. ''I don't know what the answer is. "But there is grave 'doubt ir my mind that weapons of mass destruction — weapons that can't be pinpointed on military targets —serve their purpose properly. "Such weapons are indiscriminate in their effects. They kill \vomen and children." Nimttz posed the q u e s t i o n, "How efficient, really, are mass destruction weapons?" Resentment in Europe In Europe, he said, "we know there is resentment and bitterness against <he United States for the mass bombings of World War II and the potential destruction of an atomic war. "I don't know how the Japanese think and feel, of course, now they are our friends, because they must have us on their side. But I Cecil the Camel To Get a Bride MIAMI, Fid. (3V~ Cecil, Crandon Park's lovelorn camel, will be a groom by June. The Dade County park department has ordered one female dromedary, age 4 to 8, delivered to Cecil's pen not later than June 30* The young bachelor camel made it clear months ago that he wanted a wife. He would bello\v plaintively. Zoo officials knew what was the matter but didn't have enough mo-: ney to do anything about it. The Miami Herald then stepped in and conducted a bridal fund drive which went over the top Jan. 6. The park department has placed the order with an animal farm at Kendall, Pla. Cecil, meanwhile, is scampering around his pen like a schoolboy preparing for his first date, Air Line Sued By Actress LOS ANGELES (IP}— Film actress Pier Angeli, 23, seeks $108,410 damages from Western Air Lines for injuries she says she suffered on a flight to Palm Springs, Calif., last year. The suit also named stewardess Patricia Duke. The actress, wife of singer Vic Damone, claims she was ' seriously injured in a fall in the airliner's rest room because she was not warned of rough weather. Miss Angeli, pregnant at the time, suffered a fractured pelvis and facial lacerations. Her baby was born healthy last August. ' . . . Adm. Nimiti , senseless" .'. . wonder about their true feelings, inside, about Hiroshima. "Who knows how long the resentments against the use of mass destruction bombs \vill endure, or what, mente eventually, such will bring?" resent- On March 1 Nimitz will, complete an eight-year term on the Board of Regents of the University of California. That /will put him out of, public service for the first time since he entered the Navy in 1901. "For 56 years I've been in groove of schedules, . doing jobs other people wanted me to do," he said, smiling:. "Now I will be able to do exactly what I want to do, without appearing: to be loafing." (End Advance- Mis, Feb. 24.) BASIC BOOK Greatest work of Hugo GroUus, a Dutchman, was "De 1 Jure Bell: ct Pacis," published in 1625, work which is regarded as the basis o£ modern international law. • Our messenger will call for your prescriptions and deliver the compounded medicines — no extra charge. You're assured prompt, precise compounding and fair prices. Woods Drug Store Phone POplar 3-4507 California GOP Chiefs Back Ike SACRAMENTO, Calif. (IP)— California's Republican Big Three presented an unusual harmony front todaj- in teaming behind a state delegation pledged to President Eisenhower. Gov. Goodwin Knight, giving up plans to control the slate, held out political olive branch. ssident-Nixon and Sen. lowland, possible rivals for the presidential nomination, quickly accepted it. That peace is founded on the assumption that Eisenhower will run. There was no mention in the Knight-Nixon - Knowland exchange of telegrams that the partnership would continue if the President does not seek re-election. Knight, in the name of party solidarity, offered to let the vice pres-. ident and the Senate minority leader pick a "fair and equal proportion" of California's 70 delegates He previously spurned a suggestion for a coalition proposed by Nixon supporters with whom he has tangled bitterly. The three-way agreement came after the governor notified Nixon and Knowland he was going ahead with a 'pro-Eisenhower slate for the June 5 presidential primary. The filing date is March 7. The candidate's written consent is required in California. Elsenhower has indicated he may tell his decision around March 1. Daughter tor Actress BURBANK, Calif. W) — Actresr Gale Robbins gave a birth to a 7- pound, 3-ounce daughter yesterday. She is the wife of building contractor Robert Olson. 3?®?" 'Of , £v&A 7^ ALL THESE FEATURES OF THE FUTURE! A Blaiing Rocket T-3M Action! *N«wJelaway'Hydra-Matic* Smoothness! £ Stunning New Starflro styling! A Ultra-Modern "Int^erille Bumptf" Daslsn! * Ru K ed Safety-Ride Chassis! i- Trend-Seller Inslrument Panel! i- Flaiiawiy Fender Design! * Luxurious Fashion-First Interiors! *Slanrford on opHonolnl. at Super S8. 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