TOURISM IN REVIEW year. Those arriving for pleasure arrlvals)Increased 14.1%.
(97% of all Mexican
This months issue also analyzes the German Travel to the United States. It highlights the report, A Study of the Market for International Travel from West Germany. Tables and charts. 40-pp. TRAVEL PRINTOUT. Research News from the United State Travel Data Center (USTS, 1100 Connecticut Ave. N.W., Washington, D. C. 20036), Vol. 3, No. 9, September 1974, pp. 4 (Subscription: $15.00 per year.) This month's issue contains the following: Senate approves support for domestic tourism research, travel cost rise 0.6% in July, overseas arrival in U.S. shows small growth in 1974's first half, study of purposes of autombile travel released, commerce guide to service industry data, and visitors volume at national park service areas. Tables. U.S. ADND SOVIET TRADE IN PEOPLE IS GROWING. 4, 1974, pp. 66-67.
U.S. News, March
The article deals with the increase tourism trade between the United States and the Soviet Union. What it is llke for Americans in the Soviet Union and Russians in the United States. Why A-~rican and Soviet officials are interested in the expansion of the trade between the two nations. It also tells criteria Soviet officials look for before allowing Americans to stay in the country. ~.A.S.) UNITED STATES TRAVEL DATA CENTER, 1974 Programs and Publications. (USTS, ii00 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washlngton,D.C. 20036), 1974, 16 pp. A small pamphlet containing information about the United States Data Center, the 1974 research programs, the 1973 and 197& publications, membership information, and officers and trustees.
MI SCELLANEOUS CONTROLLING EROSION ON CONSTRUCTION SITES. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soll Conservatien Service, Agriculture Information Bulletin 347 (For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, US Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402), 1970, 31 pp. ($.25) ATR Sept/Oct 74