BRAZIL,CUBA,CHILE: Not a Candidate


President Getulio Vargas last week told Brazilians the one thing they most wanted to know: whether he would be a candidate in the forthcoming elections—Brazil's first free balloting in over ten years. Said Vargas: "I ask nothing for myself. I am not a candidate." He added that he would not quit the Presidency "either through violence or aggression" but would turn over his office "to my legally chosen successor." He did not say that he would refuse to be drafted.


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