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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 4, 1954, Bluefield, West Virginia Wednetdajr Morning, August 4, 1954BLUEFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH, BLUEFIELD, VV. VA. -PAGE FIVE Science Looks At The Cold war    Rh66 Ldllds Work Brft/sft    ce One Of History's Biggest Moving Japanese Want To Teach America Of Paper Man Jobs In Taking Troops, Equipment Out Of Suez Zone Japanese Are People/ Good, Bad, Wise, Foolish, And They Want To Teach America As We Want To Teach Them, Despite Feeling Of Some Americans Living In Japan, Against Stereotype Of People CAIRO ‘NANA' The polite but many have been expanded and The ane is hard giavel and one Maj lien. J. B Chtircher corn- WASHINGTON < NANA *    -    A I infill    ■ hrs vAvt *.l "iiwuiwit •Hisn mara amain a , “ J ‘    ‘    ,    '    72-year-old hold on the Sue/ Canal "ti. hniin nf .n.n '.nr.7n,.« *n^ »i*e. Barbed wire rings it. Mid he believed 4.000 technicians bed henceforth hand.e lmportan gives England one of the biggest    b tild-up of .lien and tote    a no.man*x_]H nd strip of mine nnd local labor could maintain papers more carefull? was left in military moving jobs in Empire ,ln<* Egypt abrogated the Anglo- fields, searchlights, armed guards what would be left of the b-ss# "if Svngham Rhee's wake today a* history.    Egyptian treaty in IBM    and police dogs standing constant cooperation and responsibility ara By EVERETT R. C LINE HY Toxyo hotel lobby • nm «^i.*w    An    air.    auto    and    foot    tour in 10*- ! South Ko ran President con-    hfj(l    (mfol(l5    thf    lmmenslty This week s agreement found demonstrated. .    ^    4    v.    ,i0    ,    ,    ,    n    -    wondering    |    heedleaaly    Serving    a    meal.    Hading    tinuin*    hie    official visit, held eon- ^’hat ph^aicaT'uar a^V.^How-    ^t.^mbait    °.w'    «oUati<£l opro^ch^aVree^em President. Natl nal (onlere ce whether we should go out that in the market, greeting a friend.' aultations with lh^ alate deport- ever heavy the political impltca- among me 10.000 ttoops in the th(fre    1|>SK    tpriAjion    m AnoUie^?apte"*of"5ie deport of mght’ An American tourist inter-’ giving a preaent. planting seed and ment. an a round-the-world trip bv ii team rupted our talk:    harvesting a crop - all are enrich of noted American scientists, who “Oh.” abe exclaimed, don t go ed by ceremonies. Diiving through .    ..    ---------- Rhee    unexpectedly asked his chauf-    r.niitv ... r«n.. «r    u;*..    st are Dr ^thu^H^^m^pton ?tobel get "oui* ~ Lne Jipanese *^1 We viaited a Shinto community [eur. ‘ Take me to lith Stieet and aterotype of deceptive. 111    ®ountJUna    near    Kyoto.    Pennsylvania    Avenue. Pilaf phv*ici*t: Dr Clmchv social The ______________ scientist; Dr. William A. Schimer.i cruel, violent and evil Ormentals.Severely serious men received us Arriving at the corner. Rhee director of the Pacific-Asia division obviously crowded this woman s with »l©w bows. There was con-. strode into the offices of the Wash-of World Brotherhood. -The mind with anxiety fear and mis-: sWerable formality in the exchange ins ton Sis:, where Editor Bema-Editors. CH APTER NINE They Love .Marilyn and Joe TOKYO, Japan - We were in tions. they are not so discernible 41    .    field.    Mast    of    Ismaiha    has    been Wash naton Almost all the installations in the Briefing    showed    a    sup-    0ut    nf    bounds    to    British    forces    and w waning ion. lob.mUe.long 3P.lo.50.inlIe . wlde py reserve depot contain ng    stores    no Bnll*h    mihta.y from    the    zone of dehydrated foodstuffs    which    h„ brPn    ,llowed lo    Ca.ro    for a would last the *0 000 for nine month months. The officers mentioned „    ’, ____ . various ways in which the big    ^    . Suez base ranks as the biggest in *    *    poses    the    colo>'‘al    ques- Bntains military effort    V? In the center of the zone at Tele-    !/.    ,e' kebir, only British vehicle depot,housekeeping needs. in the M’ddle East. Is the principal Much of the equipment, as well West Virginians To FOR RENT Brick Building. Office and spacious warehouse in City formerly occupied by Service Storage end Transfer Co. CONTACT W. C. ECHARD OR WRITE P.O. ROX 405 PHONE TISI BLUEFIELD, lf. VA. jtrust.    of greetings.    min    M    McKelwav    and    Associate    Get Cooler Weather Perhaps she had earned those When, in stocking feet. we were Editor John M. Cline, whom the pictures over horn rue .sr, I*. I. -ast*,    *£“•    £    J^SJSS'JSi    J    J‘I*    TU^ SSS* « P~*.    «>»    «T    **•» ei women. true that Japanese soldiers often hundred acted rn ways that fitted into ne mental image But wartime deception by an advance patrol of British troops, cruelty by unrestrained German soldi era. a violent blow from the meditative men and wY.uLt ...rii.hia £, 77-^. u «    ’ 0 "    ,7Ti workshop for the entire rone and peisonnn. ukti> w arp.ny .imnu fh.iv kLu    J    ,    ,    w    u    ^    Weather    Bureau    today    predicted    a    onP 0r tro ordnance demit* Heie elsewhere -Cyprus. Cyrenaica,1 “ ia,lr ! ■ “    «•    «°>    »P»n.    with    onMusrwr to one SLc I? SI    ym    F-    Ah.cs Aden sod ..so :!“»J!?    Isborc    The-    sr,    70 sheds providing 2 OOO .OOO square How To Hold FALSE TEETH Mort Firmly in Floe* Do your f*.»« teeth minor «n1 e^* h«rr;»7« or •itpptnx. droppiai or t on-PlitH wlion you eat. Uu^fi or talk? Jua. *prtn«.l* * little t ASTtETH on jro.ir Platea Thl« alW.illne .non-aeiSt por-drr hold. fat.A. teeth nor* ftrml? .nd more comfort.'it- No tummr iO ’ev. r>a*tv ta*’e or f»ell:i. Do»s not •our ChecV.u -pi*'* ode id»h*ur» breath i Oet rsaTEETH today al any drug counter to inanity, uanTisT MIARIMe Ale IN r£NJT"' NigroiTf    greatest the mat-covered floor, bowed like    ___    __    _______ ____________ flowing waves on a beach. They,    Brown *the columniatt is writing, ’    the rest of this week nodded in agreement when we    Rhee aaid suddenly. ’ Mr. Preai-    Temperature* are expected suggested that the commandment i    lent. come in.” said Brown when    droo after rains Thursday  _          ..    ’’to love. 'which is central in every    Rhee appeared at his office door.    Tile normal West Virginia tem- buti of a U S. Marine'! gun. or the    religion, be translated ’to under-    For several minutes, the Asian    oeratures at this Denod averse evil of Sengalese on a Saturday    atand“ one another    leader who had lived in Washing-    74    dr<,PM    ln    the    northern portion. night off in Indo-diina. might well    ivnen we reported that many    ton for many yeara. lauded    and    75    In    the    south match the record of Nippon.    Asians had picture! in their m.nds    Brown a work “Your    ability    to    * We find the peacetime Japanese of Americana as peop.e wiio are foretell coming events which real- TTPFW1ITFI* rfpairfd the same aa other people    ^Uce^^^heim.* blibbl? HS? l7*1^fn.1J    R,h?^aid    And    clraned    by‘experienced me- At four oclock one day    a    palaces,    chewing bubble gum.    as the    Star Office settled down    Thames    Phone    vin    Comme*rial world-famous scientist crossed    the    carrying    cowboy pistols, and    to norma! with Rhee's departure.    Printing    Co    621    Commerce    Street Imperial Hotel lobbv. No. one look- worshipping modern plumbing his colleagues reminded Brown he R    w v. laVii- . ed at him.    they smiled knowingly.    had once before received the Ko-__'     ‘__ At five o'clock an American    When they heard our story of    jean Leader'! applause In more Ambassador entered. Not an eye    the American woman who was    tangible form—a letter in longhand was lilted.    : afraid to go out after dark in This. coupled with the con venation At seven o'clock Joe DiMaggio    Tokyo because ’ the Japanese will    of a few minutes before, would and Marilyn Monroe arrived. Ti    get you!” they roared in glee.    make up an important page in his took forty Tokyo policemen to hold    As we drove away. the aenous.    memoir*, the columnist was r*- back three thousand excited human, bowing Shinto elders we had-known minded. beings lammed at the hotel    en    at tea time were laughing, warmly    Brown    agreed then sorrowful’r trance, calling for “Joe"    and    shaking    our hands, shouting,    admitted    the facts:    The letter •'Mouchau." Japanese are people    “Sayonara—good-bye! Sayonaia—    might be an important    document Japanese have a sense of humor.; good-by!” and waving hands and    J he hadn't lost It. Curvaceous Marilyn i* the    flags as long aa they could see us    ♦ curt ainee peniciliian.” down the road.    THREE-CITY    JOB feet of covered storage space. TRIFARI and NAPIER COSTUMI JI WIL* Y % OFF THE JEWEL BOX rn tubi/ast «l 'trtnsritor Ztmth "tomtr Wf,|Sf I bo It 'IU '•"I •« I poet" Ii I M t r. tad u Mr4l» It: |f r Oprr. •ret lee lOe • meek I OMIT HOO ••.Nat (oJvPiM r a* •■•tartaw • ■(vt tiaaa. ■AST TIMS -FATMlan PL Att GOODYKOONTZ DRUG STORE •LANO ANO SOUTH STREETS •LUEPIELD. W. VA. one Tokyo newspaper reported. I Japanese are people - good and WOODBRIDGE, Conn. F — A Japanese are polite. If a motorist bad. wise and foolish. Joyous and wrecked automobile was found at needs to find hi* way. he first asks **d - people like us.    J    the foot of a 250-foot cliff. Police the stranger about hi* family, then    --- from Woodbridge. New Haven and his state of health, then comments Japa* Net A Simple Problem Hamden agreed that someone had on the weather or tho honorable There ta no simple answer to any Pushed the car off the cliff. But i tradition of the town, before he trend in Japan. Political struggles, an expert had to tell them whose puts his question about direction, economic problems, social develop- lob it w as to Investigate because i Japanese are disciplined in good menta ail are complex. No general- the boundary lines of the three manners. Bowing taxies place with' ization fits both the city and rural communities converge at the cliff the same dignity at a soup baa Japan.    bottom. He ruled that the car as in a Buddhist sanctuary, in1 Taxe religion One man told us: rested on Woodr idge land a theater lobbv or at a simple home Buddhism is dvmg ” When we met call. Every Japanese takes time Ogata we doubted this sweeping , to bow. Westerner* get to like the Judgment. 'custom.    Sohaku    Obata Is a delightfully1 friendly man. possessing a wonderful sense of humor, a well-trained m.nd and a radiant religion He's the kind of person you would like Contact Ut . . for new work or repair!. LIT US CHICK YOUR ROOFING AfcJD GUTTERING NOW... Kart H. 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Americans seem to think thev can get satisfaction in this life through material things.” Ogata a smile w as gone now He w as intensely serious The earnest-; ness of hi* religious feeling shone in his eves Asians believe that we mu*; take time to free ourselves from things, and experience spiritual being by concentration of our minds on the thing* that are unseen ” But Ogata, too oversimplified the difference between Asian* and the West. Buddhists. Shintoist*, and Hindus, we notice are like American* in many ways. They want more take-home pav and the progress a higher standard of Urine wlU give. Hoveover. undemanding a i elision in Japan is complicated by all the differences of sects. Believe it or not. there are 900 sects of Shintoism! Three hundred denominations of Buddhists are competing in a friendly way. There is a complete tolerance but tough going for the 300 000 Protestants and 200 OOO Catholics in Japan. The Roman Catholics are doing a splendid educational job with schools and two colleges of burh s andard. Doshisha University in Kvoto is a Protestant-supported university with 11.000 college stu-( dent* and 6.000 preparatory. Th* New International Christian Uni-; versity is now opening a glorious plant, an hour s drive from Tokyo. I supported by the National Council of Churches in the United States.! Two hundred Jew'ish families live near Tokyo. There Is a story of a lost tribe of Jews which came across Asia and la supposed to have married into Japanese life and disappeared 1.5Q0 years ago. Take that with some salt! Religious development* aie com-] plex! TOMORROW: Austria NOT Afraid of the Big. Bad Bear^___ in Here's why^ FOND SALIB ANI AT A SO-YIAN NIOH ... and the bigger our iudee the more saving* we are abit to pa** on to you. FOND DIALINS ANS OIVINO MION ALLOWANCES ON TNADI-IN8 in order to maintain their big aaiee volume. 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