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ALSO CALLS FOR DETENTE WITH SOVIET UNION:
Poster says move Mao's body

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PEKING (AP) - A new wall poster
appeared yesterday demanding that
Mao Tse-tung's body be removed from
its mausoleum in Peking' Tian An Men
Square. At the same time, hundreds of
people gathered in the central square to
mark the upcoming third anniversary
of the death of Premier Chou En-lai.
The poster, signed by a group calling
itself a human rights organization, said
that displaying Mao's body was in bad
taste and reminiscent of feudal times.
It said the huge building could remain
as a testimonial to the late Communist
party chairman's greatness.
THE POSTER, written on small
mimeographed sheets of paper and
posted on a main avenue, seemed the
latest shot in a continuing degradation
of Mao, who once was considered vir-
tually infallible.
But it was difficult to evaluate. It also

called for detente with the Soviet Union
and demanded full freedom of speech.
Wall posters have traditionally
signaled changes in China, and a spate
of them denouncing Mao and calling for
liberalization appeared toward the end
of last year. Vice Premier Teng Hsiac-
ping eventually asked that they be
halted.
THE NEW POSTER apparently was
unrelated to the demonstration for
Chou, who more than anyone else
epitomizes China's new liberalism and
spirit of modernization.
The large numbers of Chinese expec-
ted to show up Monday on the anniver-
sary date of his death will demonstrate
their support for the late premier's
protege, the 74-year-old Teng, who has
spearheaded the drive to make China a
modern country by the turn of the cen-
tury.
Teng's program, spurred anew by a
billion-dollar contract with U.S. Steel
Corp. concluded Friday, continues to
ignore Mao's longtime warnings again-
st foreign indebtedness.

TENG'S SUPPORTERS, now in the
majority in the party, the army and the
goyernment, blame Mao's widow,
Chiang Ching, and the party's radicals
for misinterpreting the chairman's
Wall posters have tra-
ditionally signaled
changes in China, and a
spate of them denouncing
Mao and calling for liber-

radicals in dishonoring Teng earlier
that year.
The radicals have been under deten-
tion since their arrest in October 1976,
and there are varying reports, all un-
confirmed, that they are being treated
harshly in prison.
CHANG CHUNG-LIN, 49, deputy
director of the department working on a
criminal law code, told American
correspondents Saturday that the prin-
cipal radical leaders, called the "Gang
of Four," are not under legal con-
finement but are undergoing in-
vestigation by the party Central Com-
mittee to determine whether they
should be brought to trial.
Some new wall posters have been put
up calling for a monument to Chou.
Small bits -of paper money were at-
tached to those posters.
The U.S. Steel deal was concluded by
its president, David Roderick, and en-
visages development of the iron resour-
ces of the Hsitachan mine in northeast
China in conjunction with the Japanese
trading firm Okura and Co.

alization
last year.

appeared late

-u j
Framed
Enlrgement

ideas on self-reliance, and indeed for
suffocating Chinese society over a 10-
year period in his name.
Mao's age - he was 82 when he died
in September 1976 - and his illness are
said to explain his compliance with the

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