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November 9, 2016
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May 12, 1999
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October 4, 1950
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ri., wf, 10 Approved For Release 1999/09/09: CIP NT 40003-2 CLASSIFICATION CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY REPORT NO. INFORMATION RE-PORT COUNTRY SUBJECT PLACE ACQVR 25 AIE OF INFO. u1 Salvadcr/Chile !ovements of Chilean Communists LIBRARY CD NO. DATE DISTR. 4 October 1950 NO. OF PAGES 2 NO. OF ENCLS. (LISTED BELDW) SUPPLEMENT TO REPORT NO. 1. The Chilean government gave official warning to the authorities of various Latin American governments that the following Chilean gypsies are con- sidered to be active Communists: 3. 4. ticola Llefimo, Nicolich, Dasabich, Aristide, California, Aristich, Iclich, Flores, Bagdanovich, ;?arcovich, Tarincovich. 2. A source in 1 Salvador reports that'Chilean gypsy,, Bello Nicoliah . Bagdancvich0 in company w?., th three adults ane three c'.ildren all using Nica1ich as sur- name,, obtained passage to Panama on Pan American Airways Flight 701, leaving San Salvador on 4 October 1950. They have reservations for Guayaquil, :;cuador, on PAA Flight 337 on 5 October. All passports have a visa for Lima, Peru. Sources in San Falvador were unable to confirm Communist connections dur- ing the stay of these persons in El Salvador. Previous information from Honduras, dated 28 June 1950, reported that the Chilean gypsies listed in th3 first paragraph would not be allowed to enter Honduras, following an official warning frcm the Chilean government. Available information indicated that these -ersons, appare3ntly listed only by last names, had been ordered out of Guatemala and had proceeded by rail to El Salvador. On 9 September 1950, Peruvian consular authorities advised that visas should not be issued to the families of California, 1 arineovich, P:icolich and Pantich. 6. Previous Information received 12 April 1949, stated that one Pedro L. Flores, aka Florin, an American citizen, using Passport T;o. 51577, born 11 ray 1910 in Racine, ::isconsin, had arrived in Panama from Santiago, Chile, on _ CLASSIFICATION S 2 Ot~MT'V~ HAW t45RS DISTRIBUTION `AIR S T-BI Approved For Release 1999/09/09 : CIA- Document No. No Change In Class. Declassificd Class. Changed To: TS 1 Approved For Release 1999/09/09 : CIA-RDP82-0045Z' SE+'T CENTRAL I r .L IG EIJC E AG !NCY 14. Ruch 1949. Mores stated that he vas in business With one Julio ?larincovich who had a welding shop. Parincovich carried Chilean Passport No. 5 which stated that ho was born in Chile on 6 August 1904. He arrived in Panama from Ecuador on 1 October 19.48. 25X1A 2mments Sources in Panama have no information available to indi- cate whether or not the persons mentioned in the above paragraphs are identical or related. CONFI ENT1At Approved For Release 1999/09/09 : CIA-RDP82-00457R006000040003-2 SEC Lr