PARAGUAY: Nick of Time

A fortnight ago, the Paraguayan rebels seemed to have all but won the war. They had made a bold move in abandoning their base in Conception (TIME, Aug. 18), to strike down river against the capital of Asunción, 130 miles to the south. But as they smashed into the city, Dictator Higinio Morinigo's army got an unexpected shot in the arm: new arms and munitions.

A Clue. In Buenos Aires, Radical Deputy Raúl Uranga thought he knew who had given Paraguay's dictator the hypo. He and his fellow opposition deputies had proof, said...

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