Ernst Wendler - Ames
THUMDAY, JtFLY 24,194! FIFTH COLUMN BBINO FOUGHT BY 2 NATIONS (Continued fron- Page One) Bolivia was moving with equal vigor against subversive elements. Ewrly today, the government iu La Paz announced that Radio America, a powerful station there, had been closed down for two weeks ''for broadcasting Intensive! ly Nazi propaganda." La Paz Police Chief Gabriel Arze revealed that Gustavo Salinas Aramayo, Bolivia correspondent of Transocearf Press, a Nazi news-propaganda' agency, had been. arrested in connection with the putsch which failed. DRESSED POULTRY "Chicken Is as Cheap as Beef" - SPRING FRIES - ROASTING HENS Dressed and Delivered Daily Two Deliveries, 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. Order Now for Sunday. AMES HATCHERY CO. 123 Kellogg Phono 1025 Cash Buyers of Poultry, Cream & Eggs Wanted Dictator It was revealed that the putsch, for which German Minister Ernst Wendler, was expelled from ttie country, intended to establish Major EUas Belmoonte, military at- tache of the Bolivian legation in Berlin and a Nazi sympathizer, as dictator. Meanwhile, Chile demonstrated continental solidarity by informing Minister Wendler, who arrived in Antofagasta, Chile, from Bolivia, last night, that because he was persona non grata with Bolivia he was persona non grata with Chile and would have to depart on the first available steamship or passenger plane. Though the railroad station at Aatofagasta was heavily guarded to prevent any demonstration, approximately 100 Chileans greeted "Wendler with cries of "Viva Bolivia," "Viva Soviet," and cries against Germany. Police broke up the demonstration and escorted the Gerdau diplomat to a hotel. It was understood that 10 Bolivian army offiders. exiled for their part iu the abortive putsch, arrived at Antofagasta on the same train.