THE AMERICAS: Answers, Please

Acting as the eyes and ears of his brother Dwight, Johns Hopkins University President Milton Eisenhower flew south from Washington last week for a fact-finding and good-will swing through six nations of Central America. The trip, originally scheduled for June 15, was postponed lest Milton meet a backwash of the violence that greeted Vice President Nixon in Lima and Caracas.

Welcome News. By last week the most worrisome signs of anti-U.S. feeling—forays into the Canal Zone by flag-planting, nationalistic Panamanian students—were more than two months in the past, and spectators along the road from the airport to Panama City...

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