S. Louchheim, Deputy Assistant of State for Public Affairs, last night urged women living in the area to inaugurate a program which would bring several Japanese women to the United States for brief
"the wide extent of misinformation about the United States in Japan," Louchheim expressed the hope that Japanese teachers and minor community could visit in private homes for a few months. During their stay, she they could find out about life in U.S. and relay the facts to their in Japan.
She also suggested that Radcliffe " some kind of relationship with one or more of the Japanese women's colleges in Tokyo." A regular exchange of information and ideas would clear up some of the misunderstandings and encourage friendship between the United States and Japan, she declared.