MILTON KATZ, a legal scholar who helped oversee the rebuilding of Europe after World War II as head of the Marshall Plan, died Wednesday in Brookline, Mass., at age 87. In 1950 Katz replaced Averell Harriman as chief of the Marshall Plan . . . WESTERN-STYLE DEMOCRACY is not suitable for Cambodia because the people are preoccupied with obtaining food, shelter and other necessities of life, Co-Prime Minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh said Friday . . . NORTH KOREA blasted Japan on Friday, accusing its former occupying power of trickery for avoiding payment of direct compensation to 200,000 Asian women it forced into sex slavery during World War II.
By Deseret News