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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAiB Mcndny, 10, 1972 Chinese-Soviet rivalry may be heightened MOSCOW (Reiiter) The Iwralded truce in Vietnam may mean the start of an era of even graver hostility between the Soviet Union and China. In the Vietnamese battle area, Moscow and Peking were able lo screen their profound disagreements with a show o[ surface co-operation against so- called aggressive American im- perialism. The two giajil Communist powers collaborated in trans- porting military supplies lo the North Vietnamese forces and were aligned behind the wish for a North Vietnamese vlctoL-y or acceptable truce conditions. The ending of the Vietnam war will eliminate Ihe only area where some semblance of So- viet-Chinese co-operation could be maintained. Whereas the Soviet Union seems set on maintaining and strengthening its ties M'lh Uie North Vietnamese and North Koreans, the Chinese more open lo a looser relation- ship based on their claim to be natural leaders or the Third impoverished states of Asia and Africa. The United Stales, in accor- dance with President Nixon's earlier Guam doctrine of main- taining a low profile in Asia, Is apparently set on assuming a guardian role In an "Asia-for- the-Asians" program. In this situation there appears to be scope for heightened Chi- nese-Soviet rivalry. While the Chinese appear receptive to the idea of a loose grouping of non- aligned and nationalist-minded states in the Indochina region, Ihe Soviet Union may move to maintain and strenglhcn its Communist ties along orthodox parly lines. The roots of the coming struggle between Moscow and Peking were clearly defined in the Soviet journal Problems of the Far East, which appeared in Moscow in November. In a sharp indictment of China's Communist program, it said the Peking leadership now Is an open advocate of nation- alism in Africa and Asia, while Chairman Mao Tse-lung was drumming into the heads of the peoples of the Third World that there ejbls some special "com- munity of destinies and Inter- ests" of the Afro-Asian peoples and China. Super 8 projector Sale, each 99 .95 Bell ond super 8 movie projector featuring F1.6 joom lens, iOO watt illumination and 400