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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 50

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Four years ago the general set out to save opera, a couple of amateur singers, Wang Chenchu and his wife, opened an opera school, but poor management led into unending financial difficulties until the government took over the private school early this year. The Chinese army also set op an opera school, with fine success, and now about 450 students have been graduated from these three schools, with 80 per cent of them still performing opera. RS&.CvrfAMCfe': in Tfc. I mill I 'I ll i Tii illlllbt. SIMBSfc nil nil f lufil 1 H (OTITdiTMi) GIRL WITH PIQUE - Barefooted Pat Hart, 22, of Clayton, Mich., listens to radio aboard the liner' Fair Sea In Southampton, England, where authorities refused to let her land because the didn't have money to inpport herself. Her parents later wired her $300. Tiny lights In trees and store windows along the eight-block Nicollet Mall. Major buildings are outlined in lights. 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Its classical stories ten of loyalties between citizens and emperors, students and teachers, children and parents. But the Chinese Communists altered Chinese opera by inventing new heroes party officials, revolutionary soldiers, workers, peasants and a few weeks ago Peking's official 'New- China News Agency announced another change which startled music students. '"Chinese opera performers on the Communist-ruled China mainland now sing to the accompaniment " ot a " piano. Esinbua said. "Impossible," a veteran opera singer in Taiwan, Formosa, said. "That is like trying to eat steak with chopsticks." The piano comes from the West China's own classical music belongs to gongs, cym-bals, drums, flutes, pipes and. two-string violins developed in Oriental palaces. In an attempt to maintain the purity of Chinese opera, President Chiang kai-shek's Nationalist Chinese government is subsidizing it in Taiwan. The Nationalists believe the Communists are reshaping all Chinese art forms into pro-' paganda tools and destroying China's ancient heritage. It is to save this heritage that Chiang's government has undertaken a specific program to preserve Chinese opera in its old forms. The Nationalist government is spending about $500,000 a year to maintain Chinese opera theaters in Taiwan. Seven Chinese opera troupes actually are owned and managed by Nationalist military organizations. They perform throughout Taiwan and even on the offshore islands of Quemoy and Matsu, which lie within eyesight of Communist Chinese artillery guns. The origin of Chinese opera is traced back to the Yuan dynasty in the 13th Century. It went through several musical revolutions until" the middle of the Ming Dynasty 1368 to 1644 it reached the style of opera which is preserved in Taiwan today. When the Communists won the China mainland in 1949 and Chiang's forces withdrew to Taiwan, the end of Chinese opera seemed near. Most of the established singers remained behind the Bamboo Curtain. But then a tough air force general, Wang Shu-ming, be- 4The Saint' Divorced LONDON (AP) - Actor Roger Moore, star of the television series "The Saint," was divorced Monday by singer Dorothy Squires. They were married in 1953. Miss Squires was granted the decree on grounds of desertion. Moore did not contest the s uit British Conviction Binding In Kansas GREAT BEND. Kan. AP Sheriff Marion Weese has received notice that a Kansan was convicted Oct. 16 in Dun-gar Court. London, on a charge of drunken driving and that the English court suspended his driver's license six months. "It was the first notice of; this type I can remember in-which a conviction in one country can be binding in another as a result of a reciprocal agreement," the sheriff said. "This person will not be able to drive in Kansas until the six months is up." Weese declined to reveal the man's name. 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