The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on April 13, 1958 · Page 40
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49 lACINE 8UNDAT BULLETIN Sundtr, April 13, 1981 Strong Pacifist Senfiment in Brifain Rivals mO's LONDON — (NEA) — Not since the 1930's has pacifist sentiment been so strong in Britain, with this difference: today it feeds on fear of the hydrogen bomb. The movement for nuclear disarmament, which is the common form the new pacifism taltes, cuts across both the Conservative and Labor parties, has split the latter wide open with dissension. Viscount Haitsham, chairman of the Conservative Party, recently warned of "the growth of emotionalism and hysteria in the conduct of public debate." Citing recent' university It's Your Move By RUSS KIME Lower rated players had a field day in the first round of the Racine Chess Club's handicap tournament, as they won all but two games. The event Is a single elimination event with a consolation round for the |irst-round losers, assuring all players at least two games. The results of round 1 (A par- renthesis following name of a player indicates that the player gave up the material indi cated): KImi (QN) 0 wells 1 DomskT (QNI ...0 BtuempIlR (Q) .0 Weldner («Ni . .0 Buttenhoff (QNI 1 Obern (QN) 1 Teubner . 1 Olll 1 Kuni (KBP) ...o E(!«n 1 Barth 1 Zlerke 1 FKlbcrr 0 Sommers 0 bye BI-STATES LEAGUE The final round of the Bi- States chess league season will be played this afternoon. Des Plaines will be at Racine, while Waukegan visits Kenosha. Racine leads second place Kenosha by V/i points, and needs only 2 points in 5 games to clinch the title. Some additional cities, such as Beloit, have indicated an interest in entering the league next year. RESHEVSKY EXHIBITION The U. S.' leading player, Grandmaster Samuel Reshev- sky will be at Lapham Park in Milwaukee for a simultaneous exhibition this afternoon at 2 p.m. A maximum of 40 players will oppose the man who scored scored a 2'/^-l'/2 victory over Botvinnik in the last U. S.-U..S.S.R. team match. In his last appearance at Milwaukee Reshevsky scored 40 wins and 6 draws over 46 boards. WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP The' most recent reports from Moscow indicate that pressure is beginning to mount against Vassily Smyslov in his first defense of his world's championship title against resolutions, public opinion polls and by-election results opposed not only to possession but to manufacture of the H-bomb, Lord Hailsham asked: 1930 Parallel "Are we to suffer govern' ment by undergraduate resolu tlon, agitation by private refer endum, trial by by-election. Mikhail Botvinnik, the man he deposed. Smyslov scored his second win of the match in game II, but Botvinnik won in the 12th game to regain his 3 point advantage. Game thirteen was a 41 move draw. Bot vinnik won Game 14, a 68 move marathon, with "superb end-game play," to lead 9-5, At present game 15 is adjourned after 40 moves, with Botvin nik expected to win! If he does, he will be 10-5 with nine games to play, and need only 2'/2 more points to regain the world championship. The "slaughter-proof" Smyslov ap pears to be crumbling. INTERNATIONAL MASTERSHIP Young Bobby Fischer, winner of the U. S. Open, U.S.C.F. and Rosenwald Championship, not to mention the U. S. Junior championship during the last year, has been awarded the rank of international master by FIDE, world governing body of chess. Fischer will have an opportunity next year in the Candidates Tournament to justify his somewhat brash remark, "They shoulda' made me a grandmaster." and ultiiMBtely dishonor by fnilure of loyalty to oUr prih- tiples?*'' For a parallel to the present situation observers recall the 1930's which saw Hitler oh the march in Europe while Britain was busv disarming. These were "The Years the Locusts Ate," when students of Oxford University voted overwhelmingly "not to fight for King or country," and when over 10 million signatures were gathered to the famous Peace Ballot. Of these years, Sir Winston Churchill has written: "This was one of those awful periods which recur in our history, when the noble British nation seems to fall from its high estate, loses all trace of sense or purpose, and appears to cower from the menace of for eign peril . . ." Lack of Leaders Is Britain in for another of these "awful" periods, and if so, how did it start? The lack of effective leadership in British politics is blamed by many for the present confused state of public opinion on questions of nuclear ailjd Britaln'i-role In the i^larittc Alllahtif ': Not sl^&e ld45 has the Conservative Party'^ standing been so low in the country. Nor has the British Labor Party, under Hugh Gaitskell's leadership, fared much better. Some student? of British politics predict that the nuclear disarmament movement will peter out as quickly as it ap- peai"ed, while others detect an almost suicidal urge, a subconscious desire to be conquered, in the arguments for unilateral disarmament. But whatever its origins and its goals, the new pacifism is loaded with political dynamite, all here are agreed. Some recent explosions: In the Rochdale by-election, 80 per cent voted for candidates who did not want Britain to have the H-bomb. A poll shows 60 per cent of both Labor and Conservative voters are opposed to the West using the H-bomb first. A mile-long column of pick ets, marching four abreast and chanting "Yank, go home," descended on'the U. S. Air Force base lit RuigUt^ to ^^test igaihib AiheH ^ijiVrock ^i «iti ^s and bd^tib^i^Mbks^i iA tiritkih. Although the dempnstratibn was organized by the Comn^u- nists,' many pacifists fell into line as willing dupes. Red Influence ' No sooner did the pacifists launch their campaign against the H-bomb than leftwing Labodtes and Communist fel*' low-travelers moved in to take It over. At the moment the two elements are co-existing in headquarters above a "ye olde tobacco shoppe" in London's Fleet Street. Desmond Donnelly, Labor Member of Parliament, has coined a name for the kind of Britain the liew pacifists would like to see in the future. Answering the argument that it is better to live under Communist dictatorship than to risk one's life in defense of one's country, Donnelly recently declared: "This is the language of the collaborator. If its philosophy had prevailed 18 years ago, we should have had a Vichy Britain." Communist-organized parade pickets U. S. Air Force Base at Ruislip, England, to protest American rocket sites and bomber bases. Many pacifists fell in line as willing dupes. PENNEY'S 41S Main StrMt FOAM RUBBER or KAPOK \ DECORATOR PILLOWS Corduroy or barkcloHi covering. (48 only). 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