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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 18, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin 2a Rac be sunday bulletin sunday april 18, 1971will Chiang be Odd Man oui in us peking relations in 1� editor to note a last week there were smiles across the it a i Ping Pong table but glares still clouded the Formosa Strait. . China relations it were take no a new turn to eave of possibility that Chingkai Shek might become Odd Man out. How did All this come i a up about and what Are the pros n it pets Here is a background analysis by a writer who has we aps Quot it it 1 Cor to cans and chinese of so the Fol and Kai she chapter has Only begun. There Chiang Kammer r Mains much mystery t0 be upset by disclosure Mansfield asks probe of Fri s spy activities Washington apr Senate majority Leader Mike Mansfield voiced grave concern saturday Over disclosure that Federal investigators recorded a congressman to conversations and he called for a congressional investigation of the of big to surveillance activities. The Montana Democrat who two Days earlier defended the Fri and said there was no need for an investigation of it said he was unaware at the time of the of big to role in an investigation of rep. John dowdy a Tex. Documents released by a Federal judge in Baltimore Friday show the Telephone conversations Between dowdy and an Fri informant and a talk they had in dowdy to Capitol Hill office were recorded and turned Over to the Fri. Claims cause for concern Quot this is a cause for grave concern a Mansfield told newsmen. A a i think the appropriate committees of Congress ought to look into ?� he said in response to a question that he feels the of big to role in the dowdy Case was an improper use of its investigative Powers. Dowdy has been indicted by a Federal grand jury on i charges of perjury and accepting a $25,000 bribe from j Washington area Home remodeler. He is now awaiting trial. A a the Justice department has said repeatedly that it has never tapped the phones of members of Congress and House majority Leader Hale Boggs d-la., came under heavy a attack from the department when he made such an allegation two weeks ago. Boggs did not cite the dowdy Case or offer any evidence in a support of his assertions but said he would submit proof at a a later Date. Comment of Justice dept. A Justice department spokesman commenting on the a dowdy disclosure said it was not regarded As tapping a congressman to phone since the listening was done at the informer to end with his permission. A Mansfield said such an explanation sounded to him like a technicality. A Othis creates a situation where there is factual evidence for some of the charges that have been made a he said. Mansfield made his comments about the Fri in an interview in which he stated also his opposition to president Nixon to announcement Friday night that the United states would maintain forces in Vietnam until . Prisoners of War Are released. A othe Way to get the prisoners released a said Mansfield a ois to indicate a definite and total withdrawal by a time certain with the proviso and understanding that negotiations will begin to secure the release of the ?� t the Date for withdrawal need not be made Public he said but confined to the negotiating table. Mansfield said he expects the Senate to have a prolonged debate on ending the War this Spring and summer. He expressed the Hope that this week to Antiwar demonstrations to be held in Washington will be peaceful. If they Are he said he thinks they can be effective in brining Home to Nixon the necessity for ending the War. White House rejects bid to Pardon general Lee Washington a the White House has turned Down a request to Grant a posthumous presidential Pardon to civil War Gen. Robert e. Lee. The famed Confederate Leader a Odid not die possessed of any disability from which president Nixon could now relieve him a John w. Dean counsel to the president wrote sen. Harry f. Byrd . Besides the request to the president Byrd has introduced congressional legislation to restore Lee to rights As a . Citizen. Dean argued that Lee to civil rights a Ohad been restored to the fullest extent of the presidential pardoning Power. A your research reveals that on dec. 25, 1868, president Andrew Johnson issued a proclamation which granted full Pardon and amnesty unconditionally and without reservation to All persons who participated in the civil ?� any further action to Clear Lee to citizenship would have to be done by the Congress Dean said. Reports Slaughter of East pakistanis newsstand a single copy daily 10c Beirut apr a Western Home delivery rates in Racine City businessman who fled East or zip retail Pakistan said saturday that zone 65c per week payable to Carrier. 17 motor truck service in Racine City and pakistani troops burned out retail zones 3 months $9.75 $19.50 one year $3900 villagers from their shanty mail subscription rates apply Only in a areas where motor routes or Carrier Bamboo huts then machine service is not available in Racine Keno Mon women and the Racine journal times 212 fourth St. A Lee newspaper subscription rates Racine journal times daily including the journal times sunday bulletin. Gunned men women children. The troops he claimed she and Walworth counties. Six months $13.00 one year $20.00 zones i-2-3-4 one month $2.75 six months $16.00 one year $26.00 armed service rates six months $13.00 one year $20.00 zones 5 ,.6-7-8 one month $3.00 six months slaughtered 500 persons allot $18.00 one year $30.00 armed service to a rates six months $14.00 one year them hindus. Postmaster Send form 3579 to Racine i he businessman who journal times 212 4th St., Racine wis., asked not to identified said All mail subscriptions the killings took place at the must by Al �in332a2dvance Village of Shanti Negar on the outskirts of Dacca. Member associated press Ember audit Bureau of circulation d daily press association Wisconsin newspaper league american paper publishers association i a is exclusively entitled to their republication of All news credited or not otherwise credited in this and also the local news published n. By journal founded january 1831. I As weekly in 1856. Racine times absorbed in june 1932. Ond class postage paid at Racine. Important subscribers who fail to get their a paper Call your newsboy or Urnal times 634-3322, before 7 . Sturday 5 . Sunday la . A it will be delivered. Monday special lasagne includes salad. Ranch House Toast amp beverage $1.65 or. Steak 2322 Lathrop a wire photo Chiang Kai Shek various types of savings plans now being offered. Union savings pay the highest rates available on savings accounts. 5% on passbook savings to 6% on certificates. Your savings earn daily interest giving you the Freedom to Deposit anytime withdraw anytime and earn All the time. Accounts Are insured to $20,000 by the . . For Friendly helpful service see Jan at Union savings. Union savings a smiling chinese communist party chairman Mao tse Tung Center was flanked by his Deputy Lin Piao right and Premier Chou in Iai in this 1967 photo. Diplomatic observers note that recent smiles cast at the . By China to leaders May be carrying a message to the effect that diplomatic relations Between the two nations need not always be so grim. Unravelled much confusion to be dispelled. There Are Many ironies. For 22 Stormy years there has been a great Wall of suspicion Between America and China. Yet things Are happening now which would have sounded incredible a Short time ago. For the russians the ironies Are painful. Mao tse Tungl to China in its Early years exchanged with Moscow ardent vows of a eternal and unbreakable ?� now Moscow occupies the role of ideological enemy of peking and watches developments with gloomy foreboding. Mao once told his followers that americans were paper tigers Only strategically that tactically they could be a living tigers Iron tigers real tigers that can eat ?� but now peking encourages the tigers to purr. Why Tough questions the sudden Sunburst of smiles poses Tough questions. The most urgent How far will peking carry the betterment of relations Chou to words to . Table Tennis players were suavely cordial but on the record he is uncommitted so far As the . Government is concerned. Chou spoke last week of exchanges a Between the Peoples of China and America. He told his guests a you have opened a new Page of relations of the chinese and american ?� he said this would a meet the majority support of the two ?� this left him with his options open. Moscow could not accuse him of making a direct approach to Washington. The exchanges of gestures and responses Between Washington and peking suggest a possibility of purposeful dialogue. There Are Good reasons Why at this time the two might want to Converse seriously despite All the background of Recti Mintory clamor. These reasons Are wrapped up in a highly complicated history of chinese american relations. Americans shocked it shocked Many americans a generation ago to realize they were shut completely out of Mainland China. They had been accustomed to see themselves As China to friends. Americans shared in exploiting the prostrate celestial Empire in the 19th Century but clearly they were the least avaricious of the foreigners and often were moved by Good intentions. From the time of the Manchu Empire to fall 60 years ago and the establishment of Sun Yatsena to Republic China was a major worry for . Administrations. Her unexploited riches were a Magnet for intruders. Joseph Stalin to comintern supported and tutored a communist movement which grew from a tiny beginning into formidable strength challenging Sun to heir Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek. Japan invaded Manchuria and then swept Over much of China Long before Pearl Harbor. . Efforts As a matter of strategy the United states tried laboriously to bring the nationalists and communists together. Many in America pictured Mao to forces As agrarian reformers rather than doctrinaire communists. The conciliation efforts which continued after Japan to defeat were for doomed. Mao to forces grew steadily stronger Chiango to hit by a combination of inefficiency corruption and intrigue. By october 1949 Chiango to forces had fled to Formosa. Mao proclaimed a othe people to Republic of China is now ?� one of his first acts was a Moscow visit to ask Stalin for help. The help he got was niggardly but the treaty was made at a time when the cold War Between Moscow and Washington was at its most Arctic. S. Korea invasion a few months later in june 1950, came the Moscow supported invasion of South Korea. President Harry s. Truman after rallying United nations military resistance sent the . 7th Fleet to the Formosa Strait to prevent Mao to forces from menacing a newly established nationalist regime. A new link was forged in a Chain of inflexible . Policy. When . Forces mostly american pushed the North koreans Back deeply into their own territory Mao to China sent in hordes of �??� that was a new link in the Chain. The korean War forged still another by persuading leading americans that a monolithic communist movement had a master plan to engulf All Asia. The United states despite its wartime pledges in favor of self determination Felt impelled to Send military help to the French colonial forces in Indochina seriously challenged in Vietnam by the vie Minh of communist to Chi Minh. Gulf widens the Gulf Between the United states and red China widened. When the French were Defeated and a 1954 Geneva conference divided Vietnam the United states assumed responsibility for keeping the northerners out of the South. President Dwight d. Eisenhower to Secretary of state John Foster Dulles pronounced the doctrine of a massive retaliation As a warning to China to shun Southeast Asia. The United states put together Seaton the Southeast Asia treaty organization to counter any chinese threat. . Support for Chiango to regime on Formosa was massive and it flourished into an economically prosperous and militarily Strong Island fortress. Chiango to Republic of China claimed to be the Only Legal government of the huge Mainland where Mao now is solidly entrenched. Washington supported the claim. Tinderbox situation Formosa became a constant Tinderbox situation. Frequently the communists shelled the offshore islands Quemoy and Matsu Over which Chiango to regime held away. The shelling produced crisis. The danger seemed real. Meanwhile strains with the russians were becoming visible. Moscow had refused peking to pleas for greatly increased military Aid probably for fear of what might develop in the Formosa area. By 1960 a feud was in full Bloom and Nikita s. Khrushchev ended All soviet Aid to red China. In Southeast Asia with red chinese encouragement North Vietnam announced formation for the South of a liberation front and escalated its participation in the Viet Congo to War on the Saigon government. President John f. Kennedy in turn stepped up . Military Aid to South Vietnam. But China had to be cautious at that time. Some bad years she had experienced some bad agricultural years had gone through drought and even famine and was deep in internal political difficulties. Trouble or not China burst into the exclusive nuclear bomb club in october 1964 with the explosion of her first atomic device soon to be followed by other blasts. Within half a dozen years she would not Only possess a bombs and nuclear tipped missiles but would have two Small satellites in orbit suggesting a capacity to throw a Long Range missile punch. State girl to get Lifesaver medal Madison apr an 11-year-old Janesville school safety patrol girl will be one of nine youngsters to receive the american automobile association to Gold Lifesaver medal the aaa announced saturday. Angela k. Vitcenda will receive the medal next month in Washington d.c., for providing first Aid to a severely injured classmate. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. Laramie Vitcenda of Janesville. There was Little possibility of reducing tension Between the years 1966 and 1970, because China in that period was in the grip of a mighty Power struggle. Mao to supporters had proclaimed a great proletarian cultural revolution supposedly to Root out All old ways and substitute new ones a but actually to destroy his enemies. Mao to chief foes were destroyed. The emergent regime began carefully to rebuild government and party structures. It had a distinct military look. How would Washington know that peking was ready to take this current show of Good will out of the a Poe plea realm and put it on a government level possible signals one signal could be agreement to resume joint discussions in Warsaw another could be the release of four . Prisoners held in China for 20 years since the korean War. Yet another could be permitting . Correspondents to be stationed permanently in peking. Still another could be a willingness to extend cultural and Trade relations. Conceivably one aspect could be taken out of . Hands. There is a Strong drive among United nations members to give the nationalist seat to peking. And some Neutral bystanders speculate that some Day the nationalists perhaps after 83-year-old Chiang is out of the picture will decide to strike a bargain with peking. Prospective dividends the Nixon administration is on record against sacrificing nationalist China As the Price of better relations with peking. But if the major obstacle can in some Way be overcome there Are prospective dividends for both americans and red chinese. American businessmen Eye a huge potential chinese Market. China sees in the United states Many things she needs for More rapid economic development including food and manufactured goods. Peking has been a Long time denouncing the United states. It is committed to a number of violent revolutionary movements support of which would be incompatible with bettered relations in the West. Moreover to become Friendly with Washington As apart from the american a of people a would disenchant Many of those r evolution a ires now gathered under the Mao Banner. It will be no Small matter to shift gears. We offer Quot i Quot a different ways. Partial View what Are the stumbling at the most we can see Only blocks the main one seems about 59 per cent of the sur to be the continued existence face of the Moon the other of Chiang Kai Sheku to regime Side is permanently away on Formosa along with con from our View. Tinted . Support of it. Every savings and loan has tellers. But Only Union savings has Jan Slaasted. Amp sons 9111 Hwy. 38 Caledonia 835-4515 Frank j. Gast your life is complicated we offer simplicity. 19&Quot push mowers. Rewind and electric Start. 321&Quot walk behinds. Self propelled and push. Easy spin rewind or electric Start. People who like people. Conveniently located downtown Racine at 5th and College 5 he. Wonder boy Riding Mower. 24&Quot and 28�?t cutting widths. Hard working tractors. 5 he. Through 14 he. With 28&Quot to 48&Quot cutting widths

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