ARGENTINA: Three Wild Irishmen

Five swooping airplanes sent bomb after bomb splashing into a dense wood not far from La Paz in Argentina's northeastern border province of Entre Rios, last week. The bullets nipped off leaves & branches, plopped into tree trunks, but not a man did they hit. Twenty-one provincial police went scurrying into the wood, shouting and firing. Fourteen scampered back. When night fell Argentina's "Three Wild Irishmen"¬óMario, Eduardo and Roberto Kennedy¬óstill held their wood. In Buenos Aires Dictator-President General Jose Francisco Uriburu pulled his long mustaches and scratched his head. He could not...

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