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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 28, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Defense program us to Aid Small universities Washington de sense department wednesday unveiled a new research program aimed at giving smaller universities a bigger Chance to get fed eral it May spark another round in the academic grab for officials said More than 400 of them lesser been invited to bid for a share of million available under the the says defense Secre tary Robert is to establish new academic centers of excellence in research areas important to the departments Long Range scientific arid techno logical up to 50 new defens related re search centers Are expected to be funded on Small campuses across the nation this year under the program known As project themis after the greek goddess of the Law and Harmony of physical deadline for applications is february the defense department Al ready is spending million this to support defens research at scores of academic the Money total does not include Grants to special nonacademic centers such As the Lincoln labor Atory at the Massachusetts Institute of technology which has no direct student project themis is a addition to our existing University research not a substitute for explained John Foster director of defense research and As Foster envisions the new project will strengthen the nations increase the number of institutions performing research of High achieve a wider geographic distribution of research and thus enhance the academic capability in science and Passman Calls lbs Aid Washington Otto Passman wednesday eyed president Johnsons request for foreign Aid and said i wish i were a woman for a Little slip out and have a Damn Good the Louisiana Democrat said the administrations figure covering financial and military assistance of about billion was deceitful and Dis the real Passman said in an interview was More than but the other funds were hidden in the requests for such items As the Export import the peace the food for peace program and Passman pledged to work about 15 hours a Day for the next six months to Cut the re quests he suggested the United states give away billion a year of our wealth in foreign Aid but no Passman also charged that nationalist China is operating an expensive foreign Aid program in Africa which was quietly financed Komarek wants new Washington a Vlad Imir the Ameri can held in Czechoslovakia prisons since has asked that his present counsel be replaced be fore his trial opens next Kaza Komarek expressed his wish when he met with Martin an american consulate earlier this state department press officer Carl Bartch told a news conference Wenick saw the jailed american in the presence of a czech foreign ministry official and three representatives of the court which will try the state department had said tuesday that Kazan Komarek trial might be asked about this Bartch said it is expected the trial will be postponed because of the Ameri cans desire for another Bartch said he did not know Why the american wants another but it appeared Clear that he was not satisfied with the services of the present a travel taken off a soviet plane at Belgrade on what was scheduled As a nonstop flight from Moscow to he is charged with complicity in the killing of a czech policeman some 20 years ago when he still was a Czechoslovakia Citi hostage nurse reported alive London up a British missionary captured two years ago by congolese rebels was reported wednesday to be still still a the foreign office said it had received reliable reports that Winnie a Welsh missionary nurse with the worldwide evangelization was still alive her captors Are being tracked Down by the congolese said a we would Hope that when the army catches up with the miss Davies will still be 2 Pacific stars stripes 1967 by the United he said the Taiwan govern ment is getting credit for the african assistance although the United states was in effect foot ing the Bill by approving the use of funds made available under the food for peace Passman is a of the House appropriations committee and chairman of its foreign operations for he weve been sending millions of dollars to the Republic of China in the form of agricultural these commodities were sold to the people of Taiwan for local cur creating what we Call counterpart most of these funds can be used by the Taiwan government on projects mutually agreed to by the United states and the the chinese government has begun a big foreign Aid pro Gram in actually using the funds that were up by our Calls costly Washington labor Union president said wednesday ships carry ing supplies to the Republic of Vietnam Are old rust he said the government is losing enough Money on them to build new Thomas president of the International longshore mens said some Mil lion a year is being lost because outmoded ships take longer to unload and thus Cost More to this could be placed in a fund for subsidies for building new j ships we could be proud Gleason told a meeting of the maritime trades Gleason recently served As a adviser to help uns Narl crowded Dock facilities in South William Proxmire said the merchant Fleet had slipped from the worlds Best Dur ing world War ii to one of the and the fact that it is now surpassed even by Liberia is atom bomb simulator work on a device the Navy claims will amplify the explosion of pounds of int to resemble the Shock wave of an atomic Tomii will soon be finished at the conical Shock tube facility connects four 16inch guns to a half mile an explosion inside the tube will give off a loud Boom but Only a nonradioactive Breeze the purpose is to make possible the aboveground testing of the effects of a nuclear blast without using radioactive up radio photo Ike praises Church ills will to win during world War ii new York a Winston Church ills dedication to Victory in world War ii was so great that he practically made himself a member of the British chiefs of former president Eisen Hower said in a television inter View thursday the carried by the american broadcasting was conducted by Alistair chief american correspondent of the Manchester at Eisen Howers Home in speaking of his wartime association with the former British prime Eisenhower said Churchill could use he anything to get his own night there was something that he wanted to do in and i was telling him the Impo Sibili ill never the terms he he i should have to Goto his majesty and Lay Down the Mantle of my High and there were tears rum Ning but within 10 seconds he was As for Church ills knowledge of military Eisenhower the general you might say the Basic a Lack of dispersion and using your using that kind of knew the britons greatest contribution to the military Victory was his dedication and concentration to the Eisenhower his ability to communicate his Conception to people not Only of your country but of Hartke clash Washington a Ala Hamas former George Wal lace denied wednesday that he is responsible for the threatened cutoff of Federal welfare funds to his state Vance Hartke insisted in a Sharp Exchange with Wallace that the former governor alone is to blame for the Wel fare funds Wallace testified before the Senate finance committee that some needy alabamians would be adversely affected if Federal welfare funds were with Hartke told Wallace he could continue the funds for those peo ple by simply signing a compliance paper and then taking the Issue to the the paper is the states written Assurance it will administer pub Lic assistance and child welfare programs without racial Dis Wallace maintains there is no such discrimination in Alabama welfare programs but refuses to sign the claiming the mat Ter is outside the scope of the Senate committee to hear Salisbury Washington a new York times assistant managing editor who recently returned from North Viet will testify before the Senate foreign relations committee the committee the first american correspondent to be permitted by Hanoi to report War developments in North was invited in a letter by chairman Ful to discuss in Public session your apr san Francisco 96503 published daily Jer class postage paid at san

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