A Letter From The Publisher: Jun. 18, 1965

GETTING the the story straight in Saigon is the biggest problem, but getting it out has sometimes been almost as big a task. As the U.S. involvement in the war in Viet Nam has risen, so have the ranks of the foreign press corps (which currently totals some 200) and the strain on the severely limited communications facilities. This week, word traffic out of Saigon is vastly improved, thanks largely to the ingenuity and cooperation of three men — Director General Nguyen Van Dieu of Viet Nam's Administration des Postes et Télécommunications, RCA Communications, Inc. Vice President Charles H. Clark,...

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