Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 31, 1976 · Page 15
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After Mao, Who? Red China Looks to Its Leaders By NBA/London Economist News Service Perpetual struggle is what Chairman Mao wants, and perpetual struggle is what China looks like it's getting out of its current exercise in wallposter democracy. Last week there was a straw in the cyclone suggesting that Teng Hsia-ping might just be allowed to reform his revisionist thoughts once again, as he did after the 1960s cultural revolution: some university students have said they will "try to save him." Even so, the chances of his coming back to power as prime minister remain remote. The first effect of his apparent removal last month has been to give China's radical faction, spearheaded by Mrs. Mao, an opening to avenge past grievances and also to reinforce certain radical programs which they alleged were being whittled away. But the long-term impact of the replacement of a seasoned party warhorse like Teng by a recently promoted provincial official, Hua Kuo-feng, is likely to be far more serious. Not because it means a radical takeover. The contest for power which lies behind the war of words is not yet over and China's so-called moderates who are allied with Teng may yet prove the stronger, even without him. The real danger in eliminating a man with the' revolutionary credentials, administrative experience and broad-based support of Teng is that it may well put paid to China's prospects for a peaceful transition to the time when it will have to do without larger-than-life leaders like the late Chou En-lai and the enfeebled Mao Tse-tung. With Teng out of the running, the battle between radicals and moderates will /WONTGO/WE 36-HOUR KICK-OFF Thurs., Fri., 8 A.M. to 9 P.M., Sat. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. tire. When you buy 1st A78-13 tbls. blk. at regular price plus F.E.T. and trade-in. 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Hydraulic action lifts car 4-17" REG.149.00 SAVE 30c FILTER HELPS KEEP OIL CLEAN Helps prevent 199 sludge and dirt J. build-up. Helps reduce wear. REG. 2.29 ENJOY WHAT YOU NEED NOW, WITHOUT DELAY-USE WARDS CHARG-ALL PLAN Hwy. 30 East CARROLL Phone 792-3515 HOURS: 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Mon. thru Thurt. and Sqt.; Friday till 9 P.M. /VAOIVTGO/1/YERY Tlmei Herald, Carroll, la. Wedneiday, March 31, 1976 16 be more equal. Chairman Mao may be able to enforce the kind of compromise which was implied in the People's Daily recently: free rein for radical propaganda but a tight curb on the kind of cultural revolutionary chaos which could cost China's economy years of growth. During this time Hua Kuo-feng could well grow into his job as head of government (though he still needs.to be confirmed in it) and prove himself the man of the middle he was chosen to be. And someone else could be groomed for Mao's job as party chief—a tamed radical, perhaps — to underpin the balance. But that balance will need extraordinary ballast to survive the death of Mao Tse-tung. What the current vilification campaign has confirmed yet again is just how deep is the hostility between two sets of people with two sets of ideas about how China should be run. In previous confrontations it took all Mao's prestige and all Chou En-lai's wiles to keep them from destroying each other — and China in the process. A shared sense of concern for China may help to keep these destructive urges in check. But the longer the present row goes on, the less likely that is. Astrology Thursday April 1, 1976 Bernice Bede OSD ARIES (March 21-April 19) Concentrate on situations today that can help contribute to your material security. Something of value could be developed. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You should be lucky today in things you take a personal hand in directing. Don't let someone else call the shots. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You shouldn't be hesitant about putting yourself out for friends today. You're likely to be the one to eventually gain the most. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Over-all conditions appear favorable for you today regarding a project you've recently become interested in. Move on it now. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Lady Luck may give you an assist today toward an important goal, if you show her you're willing to put forth your best efforts. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Someone quite enterprising, who you're closely aligned with, may be instrumental in creating a profitable opportunity for you., LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Tactful negotiations with the boss may produce something to your advantage today. Try to set up a meeting. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Stimulating companionship will work wonders today in helping to freshen your outlook. Associate with doers. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Someone you know on a friendly basis could be helpful today in a business way. Get in touch. It won't hurt to ask. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Situations that previously appeared to be overpowering shouldn't look so intimidating today. Face your .challenges. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) This should be a very rewarding day if you establish productive objectives. Above all: Finish what you start. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Conditions that have a direct effect upon you should brighten a bit today. Be hopeful regarding all your endeavors. YOUR BIRTHDAY April 1,1976 Be alert this coming year for opportunities of a material nature. Your chances of. adding to your resources look encouraging, if you don't take foolish flyers. Bennett Will Seek Reelection State Rep. Wayne Bennett of Galva Wednesday announced plans to seek reelection in Iowa House District 48 which represents portions of seven western Iowa counties. Bennett, a Republican who is midway through his second term in the House, said he decided to seek another term "because I am convinced that the people of Iowa, including residents of District 48, can have strong, common sense government if representatives are responsive to the needs and concerns of the voters.'' He said that he "feels a strong obligation to continue working for positive solutions to our problems and a commitment to continue to offer my legislative experience to the voters of the district." Bennett was first elected in 1972 from the district which include* portions of Ida, Sac, Cherokee, Buena Vista, Crawford and Carroll Counties. One of the main reasons for his decision to seek a third term, Bennett said, is that he "wants to continue to work for government which is sensitive to the problems and concerns of the residents of District 48. And, more important, I want to work for governmental solutions which will not expand the bureaucracy and increase taxes." Bennett, who said he has been encouraged by members of both political parties to seek re-election, said his campaign will be based on "my legislative record which I believe has been responsive to the views of the people who live in the district." Bennett also said that he will work to maintain and 'expand his efforts for ' 'direct communication with my , constituents to reflect their views in the Legislature." He said that representing the residents of the district has been a "very satisfying and rewarding experience, but my primary goal has been to be an effective spokesman for their concerns in the Iowa House." Bennett, 48, is a member of the House Agriculture, Education and Ways and Means Committees. He said that "through my service on these committees, I have had an opportunity to work for solutions to the major problems that affect lowans. It is imperative that we work for the objectives of the people who live in the smaller communities and rural areas if our state is to prosper." Bennett is a graduate of Ida Grove High School and attended Iowa State University before starting his farming career in the Galva area in 1950. He is a former president and voting delegate of the Ida County Farm Bureau, former chairman of •the Ida County Soil Conservation District Commissioners and former chairman of the Ida County 4-H Committee. Bennett and his wife, Barbara, are parents of two children. They attend the Silver Creek Methodist Church, where Bennett is a former lay leader. If you can't send you, send money. : RedCroM. The Good Neighbor. A Public Service ol This Newspaper & The Advertising Council Taxpayers Ask IRS QUESTION — I understand the IRS must redeliver thousands of refund checks each year. How can I make . certain my refund check is delivered? ANSWER — Most refund checks are not delivered because the taxpayer has moved and has failed to leave a forwarding address with the Postal Service. Many taxpayers neglect to correct the label attached to their tax forms. Making sure that the IRS receives your correct name and address on this label can expedite delivery of your refund check. Taxpayers who contact IRS about undelivered refund checks should give their name and address as it appeared on the return, and their present. name, address, Social Security number and the type of form they filed. HOSPITALIZED Carol Schirck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schirck, was admitted to the University of Iowa Hospitals, Iowa City, Wednesday. She is expected to stay through the end of the week.

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