The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 10, 1955 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1958 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Churchill's H-Bomb Warning Summed Up Peril of Mankind By JAMES MAELOW Amoclaled frets News Analyst r . W d S0H | I h N ,n /I S N /,r P) *~^u on !.,'? a . s summW "P better the peril of mankind in tin L a£G Ulan Sir Winctnn PVm**/iVii11 J« « ««n.««i ~~i- +_ *i,_ »T r n it. to the House of Commons on thi PAGE SEVEN p hurc . hiJJ>slowi n lifetime spans the transition from the old-fashioned soldier — who on i - , ~ —{*•*.*« VM»^ fcj.unuii.ivii 11 vtu LUC uiu-icisillUUliU SUlUltJI" WHO 01 snMior nM i i ? ' could . tr y to kil1 onl y on e or a few of the enemy at a time — to'the soldier of today who can ram down death on millions from the sky. Being a man of action and not finding it soon enough, there was a period in his early days when he thought it a "pity thnt It all had to be make-believe" and that war between nations hud come to an end. He had overestimated the ability of nations to settle things peace fully. He had his first military service, a dull one, with the British cavalry in India in 1895. He lived to have a hand in directing two world wars. Saw Progress In World War 17 the - weapons the antagonists produced—until the 1945 atomic bomb explosion—were the peak of all man's efforts ot devise instruments for eliminating human beings. l In that half century between 1895 and 1945 Churchill saw weapons progress, if that's the right word, from rifle and cavalry to machine guns, tanks, bazookas and even planes that dropped conventional TNT on factories and battlefields. India may have been dull for him in the 19th century. He didn't regard as dull the somber days of 1940 when the Germans had overrun Western Europe, were smashing Britain with their stu- kas, and threatened to invade the British Isles. Knowing fully the power of the Nazi armament, Churchill looked across the English Channel and, undaunted, told his countrymen: "We shall defend our island. Whatever the cos* may be, we shall fight on the beaches ... in the fields , . . streets . . . hills; we shall .never surrender." Now the H-Bomb That v-' 15 - -'•- "-r 0 _ since: that time the United States andi Russia have developed the greatest of all weapons—the hydrogen bomb. And on Feb. 15 the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission issued a report. It said the radioactive failout from an H-bomb could cover an r\rea almost as big a.s New Jersey. La r t week Churchill spoke to his ADDS DEPTH—Sculptor Sahl Swarz, of New York City shows a mosaic which he has given a three-dimensional effect He learned the art of glass cutting in Italy and later developed a way to add brightly colored pieces to sculptU£?d objects. This supposedly gives them "color and surface vibrancy." Man Finds Father and Employment LOS ANGELES Iff) — Woodrow Cosby has found a Job—and a father. He had searched 23 years lor Joseph A. Cosby, who was divorced from Woodrow's mother in Charleston, Miss., when the son was only 3. •• Yesterday the son, who is 36, found his father's name in the Los Angeles telephone book. He called him. "Did you have a son named Woodrow?" he asked. The reply was yes. Woodrow was soon reunited with his father, a restaurant cook. The son, by chance, is also a cook. The father hired him. , Woodrow had been in Los An- geies three times be/ore during hte nationwide hunt for~his father. Before he went to work he placed another phone call—to his mother, Mrs. S. J. Mascari, Memphis, Term. "My journey is ended and I'm happy," he said. School for Sale RENO, Nev. Uf) — Reno's oldest schoolhouse, built in !887 at a cost of $1,400, was put up for sale yesterday. Several rooms had been added and the property has increased in value. The price today: $53,000. Caruthersville News By SONNT SANDERS • A one-act comedy presented by he high school's speech class was elected Tuesday afternoon to be ntered in the district drama con est at Southeast Missouri State College in Cape Girardeau on tfarch 25 and 26. The play was presented in an countrymen again, this time in the House of Commons. He said nothing then about fighting on hills or beaches or in the streets. He talked of the power of the bomb. The age of man-to-man fighting had long since passed. Now a tew men in planes, releasing bombs, could destroy a nation. And Churchill, like a man cornered and searching for some* escape for mankind itself, said: "What ought we to do? Which way .shall we turn to save our lives and the future of the world?" Then, still undaunted, after reviewing the American and Russian achievements with the new bombs, Churchill made it plain Britain wasn't going to sit like a duck on a rock if a hydrogen war started. He wanted In on that too. He snid Britain would make hydrogen bombs. New Job Found For 'Copfers PHILADELPHIA «P) — A man facturer of helicopters says i "work horse" model can be use as a hovering "fire engine*' f use in fighting plane crash blazi and forest fires in remote areas. Officials of the Piasecki Helicop ter Corp. said yesterday its HI model is the "first production hel copter with sufficient canying ca paclty to lift an effective quantit of fire-fighting agent and the ne cessary equipment for its applica tion." Piasecki now is producing H2 for troop transport and militan equipment movement. Box Office Opens 6:45. Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature PLEASING'BLEND -Japanese Dancer Ryuko Oakahara blends East and West very effectively as she appears in a Tokyo nhcry, the 21-year-old beauty's kimono shows such foreign influences as a split skirt and a fringed hip line, and she wears western-style shoes and earrings. 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The reason for that was that March 9 was the deadline for entry of the play to compete In the district contest and play night will not be held at the high school until March 22. a few days before the Cape Girardeau competition. The speech class Is Instructed by Miss Marian Mayes. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mayes of Blytheville. Members of the cast of the winning play are Louis Cook Larry Oilmore, Rachel Green Glenda Seabaugh, Charles Koome and Kate Garrett. Along with the speech assembly, Plays by members of the Junior and senior classes were entered in local competition 10, decide which play would go to Cape Girardeau. The junior and senior class plays were performed for the judges on Tuesday while the speech class Play was not produced again. Three elementary teachers were the judges. They were Mrs. Frances Hi!)er, Airs. Prancelia Coker and Mrs. Lenore Muir. Plays that are presently sched- uled to be presented play night are those of the freshman, sophomore, junior and senior classes as Is traditional. As of late Tuesday night the speech class play had not been scheduled to be presented on play night. Five boys received their first initiation In the Order of DeMolay at the Masonic Temple in Caruthersville Monday night. The boys will be initiated In the last of two degrees at a later date. They are Lowell B. Poster, David Bishop, Alfred Hicks, all of Caruthersville; Michael Phillips, Hayti, and Jimmy Clay, Lilbourne. Perry Cooperman has been elected president of the Caruthersville Rotary Club. His term,will begin in July. Retiring president A. B. Rhodes will automatically become vice- president. Tom Overstreet was reelected secretary-treasurer. The newly elected board of directors of the organization are F. O. ardner, chairman, James Blanton, J. J. Richardson, Herbert loodman, Kuz Moreland and Joe Tipton. 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