THE AMERICAS: Weekend in Buenos Aires

Arriving in Argentina for a brief weekend visit as part of his Latin American fact-finding and good-will mission, Milton Eisenhower received an all-out welcome from that old yanqui-baiter, Juan Perón. The Peronista press proclaimed: "The Argentine people have again set back their American calendars to zero hour, day one." The President took his guest to the prizefights and to a rip-roaring soccer match. At lunches and dinners they talked for several hours. Likeliest reason for Perón's big switch: he hopes for trade and financial assistance from the Eisenhower Administration.


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