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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - October 15, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseFog 4 Thi stars and stripes sunday october 15, 1967 Jackie s visit seen As coup unloading-b52s release their bombs Over the demilitarized one of Vietnam. The targets Are artillery positions which were hammering . And South vietnamese positions South of the Doz especially at con Thien. Up photo by Spencer Davis Washington a the visit of mrs. Jacqueline Ken Nedy to Cambodia nov. 2-8 to dedicate an Avenue honouring the late president John f. Ken Nedy is being billed by t h e state department As a strictly private non political event. Prince Norodom Sihanouk i announcing her visit also emphasized that it had no political connotations. Yet in the face conscious Orient there can be no doubt that the cambodian chief of state has pulled off one of the most dramatic diplomatic coups of the year. The former first lady s visit to a country with which the United states has no diplomatic relations will focus political attention on the neutralise King Dom. The activities of mrs. Kennedy will attract the Atten Tion of news Media from allover the world As she travels to Sihanouk Ville the port City for the dedication of the Avenue and As she continues to thereat ruins of angkor wat the Symbol of the once might Khmer Empire. Officials Here Are saying a Little As possible about mrs. Kennedy s trip. Though she Hasa Security officer assigned to her by the government she will not be accompanied to Cam Bodia by an official american escort officer. Her route and itinerary Are not being announced. . Officials Are hopeful that mrs. Kennedy s visit in the Long run will prove to be Windfall in .-cambodian re lations but Over the Short Ter there is no optimism about this. Sihanouk has become one of the most skillful asian leaders in balancing conflicting pres sures and thus preserving Cam Bodian Independence. His recent attacks on communist China were so stinging that he Drew an apology from Premier Chou in Lai. Sihanouk was angered by communist claims that they were progressive while Sihanouk was n o blamed the chinese for trying to make Cambodia Lackey of peking. It is quite Likely that will carry some communication from president Johnson to Sihanouk express ing Hope that the two Yea break in relations can be mended and that troubles betwee Cambodia and neighbouring thai land Vietnam and Laos can be subject to negotiations. John son also could show his interesting the economic development of the 1 o w e r Mekong rive Basin which flows through Cambodia. Cites hefty exports . Books help nations develop by Peter Kuhr staff writer Frankfurt is therein a great demand by develop ing countries for american education and scientific publications and the . Publishing Industry tries its Best to satisfy it the head of a . Book advisory committee said Here Fri Day. W. Bradford Wiley a Newyork publisher of textbooks and reference works said 60per cent of the books produced by his company for instance go into Export. Last year . Publisher exported about $9.75 million in books and other publications much of that to developing is chairman of the . Advisory committee on International Book and Library pro Grams and one of More than 300u.s. Publishers represented at the Frankfurt Book fair. Thesis Day exhibition will continue through tuesday at the Cit Fairgrounds. It is open to the Public from 2 to 6 30 . Called the world s greatest literature Market the fair provides an annual meeting place for some 2,750 exhibitors from 39 countries. It also is Mecca for the Reading Public the 1966 fair Drew 128,400 visitors a total that should be topped this addition to the individual stands of All major american publishing houses and Many lesser ones the . Is redrew German reds near legality Bonn a West German communists Are rumoured to have completed the platform for a new party to avoid a ban by the constitutional court which outlawed the old partying 1956. The rumours persisting de spite various denials claimed that the new party would reconstituted before the end of the year and possibly already had that status. Several leaders in the Bonn government coalition Are known to favor an official reappearance of a communist party although they admit it would pose difficult Legal prob lems. Birth of a new communist party in West Germany where the communists never polled More than 10 per cent in a Post War National vote would have special significance at a time when the Bonn government is stressing its new conciliatory foreign policy line in dealing with the East. Speculation was fed by statement released Friday by the West German state Interior ministers declaring that a communist party which upheld theims of the Bonn Constitution would not be was no comment from the ministers on what prompted their statement but reports circulated that they had been approached for their views on draft statutes of the propose new party. The reports said the statute stressed the Independence from the East German party an favored a parliamentary opposition even in a communist ruled state. Seated by a collective display sponsored by the american Book publishers Council an the american textbook publish ers Atli part of the display consists mainly of instructional materials demonstrating the newest approaches to learning in elementary Reading science mathematics literature an special studies. It includes text books workbooks lab manuals teachers editions and audio visual greater interest to the general Public is probably Thea pc display of fiction and nonfiction titles plus some out standing picture books most published within the last year. Wiley said the advisory committee was created in 1962to assist the Federal govern ment in setting up its International Book programs. The initiative came fro the state department Wiley said and today much of our work is done for such agencies As the peace corps and . Information Wiley said the government s emphasis has shifted to help ing the developing nations set up their own publishing Indus tries instead of merely provid ing them with said another attractive Market for . Publishers i opening up More and More in Eastern publishers Are regularly represented at Suchobok fairs As have been held in Warsaw or Belgrade an they Are doing a brisk business especially in books on scientific and technological subjects he we can always Tell and even anticipate the economic and technological needs and shortcoming of those countries by their interest in certain types of books say on petrochemical develop still not enough states College Aid tops $4 billion rate by Garven Hudgins Washington a increase in appropriations for states support for higher Edu Public education Over the past cation has soared Over the past eight years but still trails Al eight years to a record total most every other state in per of $4.4 billion a year but it still capita support for higher Edu in t enough a new education cation and the proportion of Al Survey reported Friday. State residents to whom Public support for Public colleges higher education is available and universities from Indiyia in the South North Carolina Ual states Rose from ?1.4 billion and Georgia have shown above in 1959-60 to the $4.4-billion average gains in a Propri figure this year the Survey actions but both states Are be shows. Low the National average inthe results Are reported by per capita support of Public prof. M. M. Chambers of Indi higher education according Toana University. They Are being the Chambers report issued by the office of ins Titu the report covers Only optional research of the National proper nations for operating sex association of state univer lenses of higher education. The Sites and land Grant colleges. Institutional research office of even though state support is the National association of growing the Chambers report state universities and land states increased demands nonpublic higher education sys tems in Many cases still Are outstripping the financial sup port despite impressive percentage increases the states have not kept up with the in creasing responsibilities placed on Public higher education Chambers says in his report. As state support has grown demands and costs have risen even More the report cites population and enrolment growth an in crease in the number of Grad uate students inflation and Ris ing salaries among the chief reasons for mounting costs. The Chambers report cite also some paradoxes Between increases in state appropriations for education and per capita support for higher Edu cation. Massachusetts the report says registered a 374 per cent Grant colleges says in issuing the Chambers report that it considers operating expenses Amore valid measure of state support for higher education than total appropriations. The latter May include reap Propri ated income received by institutions from student fee Sand other non tax sources the association says in a the past two years the Chambers report shows these increases ranged from 80 per cent for Massachusetts to 6%for South Dakota. Michigan shows an increase in this period of 31j/4 per cent Minnesota 45j Ohio 77 percent and Pennsylvania an Esti mated 46vi. European edition Cou. James w. Campbell Usa. Editor in chiefly. Col. F. S. Michael jr., Usan. Deputy editor in chief Arnold Burnett. Managing editor Elmer d. Frank. Production manager Henry r. Epstein. Circulation manager an unofficial newspaper of and for the . Armed Force published by therom Manden chief . European command and printed daily at Darmstadt Germany. Military address the Star and Stripe Apo 09175. International mail the Star and Stripe Postrach 1034, 61-Darmtadt, Germany. Tel Griesheim c prefix 06155 2071 m Darmstadt air strip prefix 2376 741. New York office 641 Wathington st., new York 10014, Tel area code 212 620-5771. Second clan postage paid at new York . The United states is an open society in Winch the Yeotle s right to know of cherished and guarded 1 retold eat Lyndon ii. Joh Sou

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