The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1955 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 21, 1955
Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1MB PAGE BLEVEN USSR Practicing New Kind Of Political Capitalism? By WILLIAM L. RYAN AP Foreign News Analyst NEW YORK (AP) — An American observer brings back from Moscow a diplomat's suggestion that the Soviet Union today is practicing a "new kind of political capitalism" remi- 'Shorty' Ban Causing Howl Among Teachers in Japan TOKYO <IPi — A controversy 's >. swirling above the heads of Tokyo's women schoolteachers — in some cases several inches above. The Metropolitan Board of Edu- calion started ii by barring teachers shorter than five feet. The ban goes into effect next school year, but not without howls of anguish from tiny teachers, the restion . .. . . . nisccnt of Britain's imperialism in the reign of Queen Victoria. This observer, former U. S. Sen.-.. William Benton of Connecticut, quotes ah experienced European diplomat to till effect- -that the Hussians learned a lesson from Victoria's celebrated Prime Minister. Disraeli, who combined politics wiih capital investment to establish British influence in the Mid- rilo East. Disraeli in 1817 put up the cash t 0 buy Egyptian shares in the Suez Canal. Then the British moved In with their technician and others to establish control ol E'-'VPI. Anns to liffypl. The Cor.r.iumists today are re- povied selling arm- to E;ypt at •'-, per cent or les: o'.their cost. Ti:e arms may be obsolete for the Russians In 1-e li^ht arms race, but such !i':ely is more modern than nny- ilitste possessed by Israel or ihe Ar-i) nations. In addition, says Benton's informant, the Russians have offerer! 10 pay a third of the cost of Egypt's ambitious hydroelectric program, which would mean an investment for Moscow of the equivalent of 200 million dollars. The project would the arable land of ETvpt by 30 per cent. With the guns and technical help po the Russian technicians, and the process Is repeated in many areas. They move In with highly dramatic and Important projects such as the proje'ted steel mill (or India which the Russians are to finance. Would Collapse Benton quotes this same diplomat as saying that Afghanistan would collapse under Pakistan s boycott If it were not for soviet money and exports. The same source regards Syria as a critical Middle East soft spot under Soviet political attack. Benton, who was In Moscow recently as publisher of the Encyclopedia Brittanica. talked to many Western diplomats In the Soviet Union and the satellit countries of Eastern Europe. "The Russian foreign economic policy Is dynamic," a diplomat told Benton. "It is very appealing to peoples like the Egyptians and Indians who are seeking to industrialize. Further, the Russians can export capital without having to justify such exports to their taxpayers. This gives them a big advantage in working out these big- time deals." major newspapers, students H> teachers' .schools and one woman Diet Parliament member, herself today'*] i ormer Tokyo teacher, equipm-ntl The D iet member, Mrs. Haneko Takaria, is 4 feet 10. The metropolitan government section said it put the ban on tiny teachers because Japanese boys and yirls are growing bigger all the time and the teachers find it hard to control them if they are too small. They also said the little teachers would be handicapped in event of a fire, earthquake or other emergency, which calls for taking charge of students and,leading them to safety. Another reason is that larger students have had trouble locating short teachers while on group school outings — an essential part, of the education system here. Students who couldn't find the'teacher were straying off and getting lost. And. the officials added, teachers under five feet cannot reach the top of the blackboards. The newspaper Asahi, Japan's largest, attacked the ban and said: "It is inhumane to treat short women as though they were physically handicapped." et pocket exploded, ricocheted off his chest and entered his left arm. The muscles were torn badly and one artery and several nerves were shattered by the slug. Man Wounded, No Gun Fired LIVINGSTON, Mont, I* — Elk hunter Ted Tracy of Butte, Mont., riding between two brothers In their hunting vehicle, was shot in the arm without i gun being fired. A rifle cartridge in his side Jack- The Perfect Gift... A DOBBS GIFT CERTIFICATE! Samsonite MISS SllAWNEE—Mary Lloyd Eifling. daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. L. Eifling of Joiner, is Miss Shawnee High School and has been elected president of the Student Council. This Santa Is Qualifed SAPFORD, Ariz. <JH — Leland Branch, who is in his 15th year of playing Santa Clans in the Safford stores, never has any trouble separating the good children from the bad. Tor the rest of the year. 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