Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 25, 1959 · Page 6
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^ Ittfe PAMPA DAILY NfiWS WEDNESDAY, FEBrtUAftY 25, 1959 Slrt "I can't talk to you for long. I'm giving mysalf * hom« permanent, and I have to take ths curl«ra ^ ^ out In an hourl" Revolutionary Rumblings Again Heard From Paraguay 'News Commentary By PHIL, NEWSOM TJFI Forelpi News Editor Paraguay has had so many revolutions they are difficult to count and this California-sized country in the heart of South America still la not out of the political woods. For the past five years Gen. Al- frecl Stroessner has exercised virtual one-man rule through the army and the all-powerful National Republican or Colorado Party— the only legal party in Paraguay. For nearly 30 years, land-locked Paraguay has been under an almost constant state of siege. In H« has halted 10 years of galloping inflation, restored freedom to foreign trade, balanced the budget, developed new coffee and oil resources and built key roads. Well-informed sources say some prominent figures both In the army and the Colorado Party are pressing for at least partial return to democracy. Whether Stroessner will try it probably depends on how big the Inside and outside pressures get. Re-olected Last Year Stroessner was re-elected to the presidency In February, 1958, by 294,414 votes against 3,062 blank ballots. There was no opposition. backwash of Cuban revolution, In the first flush of victory he announced he would allow the op- the position — excepting Communists —to vote "soon" in municipal one two-year period It had five presidents. Now, in the success of the rumblings once again are heard in and about Paraguay. Signs And Banners Appear The bulk of the anti-Stroessner sentiment la felt In neighboring Argentina where an estimated 800,000 Paraguayans have fled, either for economics or political reasons or both. . Signs and banners have appeared In Buenos Aires recently •aying "Yesterday Batista, .— Tomorrow Stroessner." Argentine newspapers have been carrying reports of, police torture of opposition leadeW : afia raids' on-their homes In Paraguay. Ex-President Rafael Franco, exiled leader of Paraguay's Febre- rista (Socialist Party) declared In Buenos Aires that Paraguay was under a "pitiless police regime." Tha Stroessner government reacted. Police and soldiers were put on the streets In pairs In the capital, Asuncion. They challenge strangers and lock up those without Identification. Closes Stations Newspapers of a political character and at least one radio station have been closed for "technical reasons." band behind the Iron Curtain. "My Yet, some think Stroessner has lnstrument knows nothl ab out enough popular support to win a ..- -° — .. free election. elections. As yet he has not ful filled this promise. Last July, he allowed the Liberal (Conservative) Party to reorganize and hold a national con* ventlon. Catholic churchmen made a new attempt to solve political differences and for a while it appeared there would be a return to democratic government. Then Argentine gendarmes arrested 1BO Paraguayan rebels as they were about to cross the Paraguay River with truckload* of modern arms and ammunition. This appeared to turn the government against democracy again. Music, Common Denominator, Says Armstrong VIENNA, Austria (UPI)—Trumpeter Louis Armstrong said today he may take his world-touring told United politics," "Satchmo" Press International. Armstrong i» on a tour of Europe and Turkey. He started in Stockholm Jan. 14 and his reception everywhere has been loud enthusiastic. Speaking about his two concerts in Vienna, Armstrong said, "It WM wonderful, but I am thankful that I wasn't trampled to death." He added that he would like to play in Moscow, too, before he returns to America May 11. "Music is a common denomlna- . tor," Armstrong said. "Jazz fans jare the same all over the word." Forris/ SC Prexy WHEELER (Spl) — Kenneth has Quotes In The News Urtited Press International MIAMI BEACH — Teamsters President James Hoffa, predicting his union would beat the AFL-CIO Jn a race to organize workers in Puerto Rico: "We'll meet this situation as we have met others forced upon us by the AFL-CIO. And. . .we'll be on top when it is over." WASHINGTON-Chairman Otto f^rris, High School Junior, E. Passman fD-La.), predicting j been electe <* P'^'dent of the Stu- that the. House appropriations dent Body for the coming term. Subcommittee would trim Pre S i-|O£« r officers elected are Nancy dent Eisenhower's "W a » t e f u I" Whiter chapJam; and Sondra four-billion dollar foreign aid re - Jones school colleen. Farns is the quest despite veto threats: son of Mr - and Mrs - B °y c * Far ' "The threat of veti> — or bluff- Ing tactics — will not shake the c Integrity of the members of the j committee." U>3 ANGELES — Dr. Luther; Evans, former director general of | the United Nation* Economic, Social and Cultural Organization, denying that United States aid j was contingent on whether an un- j derdeveiope4 nation wa* euiti-j Communist: j "This Is not really th« genuine i explanation of our efforts. Our; •jnoral pjpsmpo if greater andj more noble than we have stated i it to be. 1 ' ' Pictures Framed All Styles of Molding Paint Co. 110 S. Cujler MO HI-LAND WASMATERIA 2000 N. Hob»rt MO 9-IOS3 f open 24 Houri Wiwh 20c Pry iQc (or 10 For Plumbing Service For Heating Service For Air Conditioning Service For Sheet Metal Work ^ f|tt»r»otee<J Work *o4 M»teri»U f it bowr Service §i|4ge| T*rm« MALCOLM HINKLE, Inc. WtaF4 HQ On Tlie GENERAL Admissions r, 1818 MOSMfAL Mr*. Estella ftut Mrs. t)olly ftuth Fowler, 215 N, Warren Mrs. Dell Murphy, 606 ft. Gray Mrs. Phyllis Smith, 1812 Christine Joe 8. Brown, 919 8. Faulkner H. F. 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