THE AMERICAS: Neighborhood Nuisance

Congressional junketeers to Central and South America in the past have been dizzied by champagne, charmed by Latin hospitality, impressed by the fact that U.S. citizens know so little about their neighbors to the south. But last week a special House committee investigating air transportation revealed that it had learned more than was in the tourist guide books. Chairman Jack Nichols of Oklahoma told the House his committee was prepared to prove:

> The German Minister in Mexico City, Baron Rudt von Collenberg-Bödigheim (due to be ousted momentarily), is chief of the Gestapo...

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