FOREIGN RELATIONS: More Military Aid

Although there has recently been some abatement in the Communist statements of inevitable military conflict, there has as yet been no moderation of their goal of eventual world domination, and no cessation of acts of aggression.

So last week a ten-member, blue-ribbon committee headed by Utilities Executive William H. Draper Jr. reported to President Eisenhower on the need for the U.S. to step up, not slow down, its military aid to its allies in the cold war.

Appointed by Ike last November to review the nation's military-assistance program, the committee members did some on-the-spot reporting themselves. Chairman Draper, 65, once Army...