123 Stuart, J. Leighton: Telegram

The Counselor of Embassy in China (Jones) to the Secretary of State

1964. Lo Hai-sha69 requests Ambassador Stuart be informed (1) relaxation Communist exit requirements facilitating Ambassador’s departure was due to number of telegrams and letters sent by Chen [Page 821] Ming-shu to Mao Tse-tung; (2) Chen has agreed take up Bender–Smith matter70 on present trip to Peiping, Lo also requests Ambassador’s attention called to Chen’s statement on White Paper (Embtel 1963, August 31).71

  1. Nanking representative of General Chen Ming-shu, Shanghai representative of Marshal Li Chi-shen, head of the Kuomintang Revolutionary Committee (KmtRC) at Peiping.
  2. See footnote 31, p. 384.
  3. Telegram No. 1963 not printed; for documentation regarding the publication of the China White Paper, see vol. ix, pp. 1365 ff.