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Vv cUiicaUci)' Anti-Castro Sentiment Mounting HAVANA A new wave of anti-Castro feeling vept Cuba Tuesday in the wake of stepped up activities by "war crimes" courts and land for the death penalty a Roman Catholic priest illeaedly involved in Sunday je- onstrations. official statement on anti -Castro outbreaks in Havana disclosed the first ti Tie that demoi strations also broke out in la naguey, Colon and Sancti piritus in the interior, and -hat rioters shouted 'anti- uba, pro-Yanqui Police accused a priest, the Rev. Agnelio Blanco, if rilling a govern ire supporter, Socorrc Havana rioting. MORE REFUGEES US, British Troops Ignore Red Threats BERLIN American, ai French troops sent lilitary patrols to the East- est Berli: border barri- as usual Tuesday in de- )test that could be dangerous. West Berlin police said at least 21 East Berliners two Communist po- licemeu fled to West Berlin Monday night and early Tuesday as a Communist forced the COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS Twisted timber and wind-blown palm trees is the scene on this Galveston street shortly after an early morning tornado dipped into the- city.
Seven persons were known to be- dead and 200 injured. I PI Ti HOUSE CROUP Committee Working On US Backdoor Financing he mittee I uesday illed the Nationalists Set Fire To US Firms the the to establi; metr parent federal ,771,447 tal ap 1 whi car specifically controversial ing plan for slum ther big pro- for the State Department, the draft speedup, a stock market investigation, housing, and projects to control water pollution. labor campaign went into effect. Manpower shortages caused by the flight of some 3,000,000 East Germans forced the Communist regime to step up man-per-hour produc similar labor speed-up touched off the 1953 uprising. Russia warned in a note Monday night that Western Allied troop patrols along the Berlin border could have "serious results." But Western troops were out as usual Tuesday along the 25-mile border as they have been since the Communists sealed off East Berlin on Aug.
13. Western spokesman said the need for patrols was shown Tuesday when Communist police tossed a tear gas and smoke bombs into West Berlin to disperse a group of German residents of the American sector. The Germans were moving their possessions out of a summer cottage at the time. In the most spectacular of the escapes reported Tuesday, an engineer student who had worked as a street cleaner, placed his wife in the cab of his garbage truck and smashed it through the concrete wall into the American Sector. The dash to freedom was made so quickly the Communist border police did not shoot.
Neither the 23-year- old student nor his wife was hurt. West German police said a 21-year-old peoples policeman jumped over the barbed wire shortly after midnight and a 20-year-old transport policeman guarding the East German railway hurdled the concrete wall by his post into West Berlin. Nine other East Berliners reached the American sector overnight. Some swam the narrow Spree river; others descended ropes from East Berlin apartments fronting on the West, and several slipped or cut their way through the barbed wire. West Berlin eyewitnesses said two women, 22 and 2G, climbed through the barbed wire while Communist police watched without attempting to stop them.
DAY 190 i OFFICE HOURS "Now taking a snap tally to determine a resolution to make a proposal on whether or not to VOTE HIE MAYS TEXAN Page 7 did we ever elect him chairman of anee Committee i ie NEWT Texan's rlil right, rtMrveJ. how would he look in a business suit? Has he GOT a business suit? Or a LONDON (UPl) An ad in the personal column of today's London "I iines s.iicl: "Happy birthday and many happy returns. Hope is well. Worried no news. Have a LONDON (UPI) ence between and the Sunday Telegraph explained in tin editorial is that ed neutral country like Switzerland is where the political b)Ss of a non-aligned country prefers to keep his private banking Nubbin By Jim Burnett George Crenshaw rtf' I (fm M.
ast rat the the THE STRANGE WORLD MR. MUM ailed the lec- de; 4 irug re t. arket? reported. i de the ire weather- tellites, purchase 'tel ephone devices kind of masseur are you Your hands are freezing also mix the drinks around here AND THE RAINS CAME --The town of Freeport was completely under Water Tuesday after Hurricane Carla caused flooding all along the Texas a PI Pamela Hits TAIPEI, For mo a(l'PU) Typhoon Pamela a path of death and destruction across norther For' Tuesday and headed for the Chinese mainland. Police said the stor mile-an-hour enter killed 27 persons and injured 175.
Nineteen other- were nissing. Authorities expect the to jump whe workers restore cot nunica- tions to isolated areas. Damage was estimated the millions of dollars. More than 4,000 houses or buildings were reported destroyed or damaged heavily. Pamela hit 1,300 structures here alone.
There arc 6,000 Americans In this Nationalist Chii.ece capital. But U. S. official; received no reports of death or injuries to Americans. On the Phono 1 A rj A'NT MAi IT'S THE BERRYS, CAftl OftUIItT MEET ME Al SAVS iTS hAlF HI, ON THE DOT JUST got ERE you re I ATP don CHANGE tHE subject were those girls YOU WERE TALKING to 2.
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