ARGENTINA: Good Air & Bad

Drifting foully across nearly every South American capital, the dread fumes of scandal left by the U. S. Senate's munitions inquiry settled most heavily last week on Argentina's Buenos Aires. Frantically officers of Curtiss-Wright Export Corp. cabled the city of Good Air that nothing was ever said to justify an implication that commissions had been offered to Argentinians or accepted by them.

Same day Argentine Foreign Minister Carlos Saavedra Lamas cabled his Ambassador in Washington instructions to sue the U. S. Government for reparations for besmirching Argentinians' reputations. Holding that the...

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