CHILE: Irish Bull

Colonels, captains, generals, admirals scratched their heads. The Army, Navy, Air Force and the carabineers tried to make up their minds who should be Head of the State in Chile. Already there had been two Heads since the coup d'etat of June 4. Last week there was a third, and a fourth might follow. But two out of Chile's three new heads of State thus far had been the selfsame brainy little cranium of Don Carlos Guillermo Davila, onetime Chilean Ambassador at Washington. Thus the situation at...

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