FORMOSA: Right-Hand Man

Through the years, death, division and defection removed almost all the old Chinese Nationalist figures who fought at the side of President Chiang Kaishek. But after 35 years, one of the ablest of the young officers who taught at Chiang's famous Whampoa Military Academy in the '20s still serves his chief with conspicuous devotion. Last week, to instill discipline and order in a government that has lost much authority through parliamentary squabbling and faltering leadership, the President accepted the resignation of respected but ailing Banker-Premier O. K. Yui and named as...

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