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Pasadena Independent (Newspaper) - December 7, 1961, Pasadena, CaliforniaI portuguese troops fire Pii a new. Delhi i l India a Niese mines in the Poi fun i charged yes Lerdy cwt Portu i Sclavo territory 1 a cues troops crossed the la Modh Der. From con and fired into m hundreds Indian territory earlier this were attempt a spokesman Indian r frocks Iliad been sent to the d i of Portugal s Goa and Daman enclaves As a proc a to Nara ii second Fronk of Border tension meanwhile prime Man ister Jawaharlal Peru declared i anew that India is prepared Tor necessary to prevent further chinese communist in Cursons along the Northern frontiers. He warned that con Fllch Between India and China spread into a maj it also hint All regu Lar Iraln travel Between Poona near Bombay and Bangalore in Southern India had been suspended Amirr Uhlie notice. The Poona Bangalore rail line passes within 10 Miles of the Goan Border and he suspension of service was taken As an indication of Large scale troop movements in the Border area. An i ii d Ian government tiny n Iii Timur k if u i u War eng Wirig the Sahl portuguese line Ivna i Row a government spokesman Bald that. India had. Sent a protest o Portugal charging Liat a pass engr ship had Hecei on and a ii Sii Ermann fatally shot Ott Anja div m Island belonging to Goa. Indian government us of yesterday had no Iii ten Ilon of launching a police action no inst cos i Bald but nowed if the provocation i i Don t know what position Lite government will Indian mine workers in 6" strike operation of Man authorities imposed a curfew in nil the main towns inside Hie film mid human enu Luvea and ordered violators shot. The reported the shooting incident occurred monday or Early tuesday in the Swan Wadi area just North of Goa. He said portuguese troops crossed the Border but no one was injured. Sam 1 Ries again Denver a tie dog Catcher never catches Sam. The Friendly St. Bernard tie clo catch or s truck and stayed there in til taken to the Pound. Each i time he got a new owner. Were Iono visit with Santa Rita Jacobs 9, Blind youngster from St. Joseph. Home for the Blind Jersey City see Santa through fingertips As Sisler Fabian stands by and smiles during annual trip for youngsters at Newark department store. Eau Iha Inch hint thu soar. Pc. 7, Yugoslavia s relation s with said Thorn in Side of soviet bloc Washington upset Russia views communist Yugoslavia s close work Iii re talons with the West As a serious danger to communist Unity according to the slate department. In a letter to sen. John g. Tower r-tcx., Hie department said . Economic and Mili tary Aid. To Yugoslavia has Liel Ped shake off i he harsher aspects of communist Rule. It. Is Clear that Yugoslavia s Independence and resistance to soviet imperialism have direct y benefited the United the department said. Tower who Lias repeatedly challenged the administration s decision to continue training yugoslav Jet pilots made the nov. 23 letter Public yesterday. It was signed by broods Hays who has since been shifted from his Post As assistant Secretary for con Seabee invite the Public and interested Reserve applicants Are invited to a demonstration training Drill of Navy Seabee Reserve lab and a display of latest modern weapons saturday and Sun Day at the Pasadena naval re serve training Center 2727 Paloma ave., Pasadena according to cmdr. George s Leopold local construction battalion commanding officer. Gre Lorial relations Hays Washington a Solacy toward Yugoslavia since marshal Tito broke with the Kremlin in -1918 clearly has lot helped the soviet bloc. On the wrote our yugoslav policy has contributed to the denial to tie soviet Union of an important strategic in Southeastern Hays said Yugoslavia has opened its doors to Western ideas has developed a communist system markedly Dif Ferent from Moscow a and has moved toward a Market Type Economy with Dell note ele ments of free Enterprise. In an. Average year Hays toll Tower the United states trains 400 yugoslav civilians in Public administration Industry agriculture and transportation this country is also committed to provide to help Yugoslavia build an atomic research reactor and Supply 13 kilograms of enriched uranium through for Mer president Eisenhower s atoms for peace program. Yugoslavia also is buying atomic equipment from . Firms Hays said. There is no information of a classified nature exchanged in our with Mayi wrote y. He said the Sale of 278 outdated Jet air. Craft to Tito beginning in 1959 has helped avoid dependence on soviet sources. The jets Are useful for defense but have no strategic significance Hays concluded. Now fes instant Relief from colds congestion boys have always sold for less not just lately but for years Check the prices and save mad Good thurs., dec. 7, thru wed., dec. 13-Gigantic savings plus Blue Chip Stamps a Jujj Large a fresh Tomato Apple Pancake eggs we sauce soup in v syrup wh1teside or tempting Peanut Green Bulter Beans or Cut Jar Hunt s new 39 sliced or Cut 16-oz. Can potatoes in i luncheon a i Gan 10 meat Hamlet 12-oz. Can 39 u. S. Graded Choice meats peaches j i i Libby i a a a pc s potato tissue 4 09. Patties our pkg. M strawberries 5 pkg. Pkg. Filers dinner patties Eastern Grain fed fresh pork loins pork loin whole or half pork loin 49 fresh Eastern Grain fed sliced Bacon coast of Smokey 59 fresh Froien 69 Farmer spare ribs 49 trash fruits vegetables Washington win sap apples extra fancy 2 fresh Crisp solid lettuce 2 urge Heads fancy Large Arizona Grapefruit 8 39 desert Sweet fancy new crop prunes extra Large sugar Ripe 12-oz. Pkg. 29 coast of skinless link sausage ground Chuck pm i Feiler s Boneless veal 7 for r wive food hard to buy for person Aci a gift Cert Floate for fabulous Delicatessen los Mouchachos the boys tortillas Large Bologna 39 by the piece 1-Doz. In pkg. Ballard or Pillsbury biscuits 10 biscuits in can 9 33 North Lake at Colorado open monday thru sat. 10 . To 8 . Closed All Day sunday and Good thun., dec. 7 13

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