The cozy colony for retired dictators in Ciudad Trujillo is breaking up. Argentina's Juan Perón, who cannot get a U.S. visa, last week reserved space for himself and his young blonde secretary, Isabel Martinez, on a flight from Puerto Rico to Madrid. He canceled out when he could get no assurance of exemption from U.S. immigration and customs during the short stopover in San Juan, but presumably will try again by some other route.

Venezuela's ex-Strongman Marcos Pérez Jiménez has already moved his wife and four daughters to four $60-a-day suites in Miami Beach's Sans Souci Hotel, has a visitor's...

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