3. Kr. Cabot etatod that he bad heard that President Arbenz isantrum about the situation Into which he has rotten his country. There isport that heered to tum tbo government over to General mas. Mr. Cabot believes that the president and other high officials of the govomaent may realise that the country can not stand up against tbo enmity of the United States andwant to change tho regime to be core friendly to us.
Jj. ar. Cabot thinks that this Is the aouent to start any operations that wo^ld oake them irorry. In addition to lotting the* know that he is taucio^ vlth the coffee importers about cutting off their market for their prln-iple product, he thinks thattart aone "poison pen- letters and other thinra to <iiarupt the morale of the higher officials.