Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
28 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, AuguM 18, 1971 Peking adopts careful strategy in Taiwan issue ally i Kong. Chinese Premier Chou En-lai has said thai i( Taiwan came under the sovereignty of Pe- king, its people would lie re- warded, lie has also praised Nationalist leader Generalis- simo Chiang Kai-shek as a man who can sland up lo American pressure and who has a sense ol national respect. And American writer Edgar Snow, who earlier this year pub- lishcd an interview v.-itli Com- munist Party Chairman Mao Tse-tung foreshadowing Ihe visit o[ President Nixon lo Peking, PINCHED CREEK (Special) I Some 100 persons attended i recently suggested thai contacts Mrmnniravr inmi-nin-' oniovcd Ijoating, walcr ski-: maj have lakcn place between ine jiouniamiei ina Chinese Communisls and bile Club of rinchcr C.-cok ami I nf lhc barbecuing I Nationalists, district held a steak barbecue u-ai Harry Lmio-v. lie served: China has been coupling Ihose lor members and families at' barbecued" beans, cole-1 conciliatory gestures with HO.NCi KONG (Itculcr) In withdraw support frinn Hie, China iipparenlly adopted a I NKticnalftls lo gain inslcml a cniTM sli'nlpgy aimed at cna- working relationship wilh I-'c- Ming ihc United Stales to dison- king. ilscll from Ihc Nalionalisl! C'hou lias rejected a two-Cliina government on Taiwan, say policy at the United Nations, as usually reliable sources in Hong proposed by U.S. Slate Km-c- bluMlshcd or hardship. The first step in Chon's public approaches lo Washington aboul Taiwan came in June in an in- terview with Seymour Topping of the New York Times. Choii suggested then that if Ihc r eking government as- sumed control over Taiwan, Bctrbecue held liiry William P. Rogers, and sajs China would not join the Plan urged 1'or rural teachers world body if Taiwan was slill there. He says China must sel- lle Ihc Taiwan issue as an inter-' nal mailer. the Watcrton Dam. Election called BRIDGETOWN (Renter) A general election has been called cnlfce and ice cream. steady pressure on Washington people themselves withoutlin Barbados for Sept. BANFF (CP) A Iberia needs a program lo entice high- ly qualified teachers inlo Ihe rural sections of lhc province, This means the U.S'. must says Dr. Eric Hanson, a finan- withdraw its troops from Tai-: consullant with the Al- wan and end ils loken patrol of: Teachers' Association. the Taiwan Strait. t------------------------------------------ U.S. businessmen in Hong Kong who ask the China Travel Service here for visas are lold Ihey will not gel Ihcm while Lheie are U.S. troops on Chinese allusion to Taiwan. SAY IT'S INTERNAL Diplomatic observers hero be- lieve Chou's careful strategy is aimed at presenting to world opinion the Chinese position that Taiwan is an internal issue and will be resolved by the Chinese He told delegates to the 23rd annual convention a shoitage of degree holding instructors in rural areas is causing a dis- parity in quality of cducat i o n corr pared with Ihe cities. "Alberta's foundation p r o- gram has developed equity in Dynamite ship fire put oul LAS PALMAS, Canary Is- lands (Renter) Eire alioard an explosives laden freighter Mainaniali was put out Tues- day after fire tugs poured thou- sands of gallons aboard the vessel. The ton Pakis- tani freighter, with 200 Ions of dynamite aboard, was lowed three miles out to sea by tugs Monday for fear of an explo- sion in the harbor. BONELESS FISH A shark has no bones. fax rates and amounts spent per student in bolh areas but has not developed equality of educational opportunity. "But I here are kids out there who need to be prepared for modern city life because eventually they all want to come lo the cities." Currently, it takes three lo five years for1 a rural school graduate lo adjust to city liv- ing, he said. Mr. Hanson suggested higher pay for teachers in rural areas would help solve Ihc problem. Hut one delegate disagreed, saying all that would be achiev- ed is a "heavy turnover of staff because many would go out to make a pile of money and leave, just like Ihcy do in Lhe I Arctic ficials would receive the samo salaries but would not have to pay income lax. Then in an interview with .lames Hcslon of the Times, Chon said he was well ac- quainted with Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek. The generalissimo could sland up lo American pressure and had a sense of national respect, Intelligence Agency could tes- lify, Chou said. This was taken here as indi- cating Chou believes Chiang continues to endorse the position that the mainland and Taiwan are indivisibly part of one China wliile sonic of his aides may tend towards separatism. Chou coupled his concilialory words about Chiang with harsh criticism of Japan, which he said "wanls lo control Taiwan in her hands." 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