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Tim UnArfratM Armlet .. ♦
Buffer Zone Lies Silent After Troops Go
SEOUL UT—Two undefeated arm
la*—Allied and Red—walked away
from the Korean front today leav
tog is silence a narrow strip that
•By days ago waa rocked by gun-
Are.
tinder armistice terms aU troops
lad to be out of the ZM-mae-wuie
Sait by 16 p m. tonight (S a. m .
IST). The Army said most of the
Allied front was uninhabited seven
laurs before the deadline.
Allied soldiers Americans.
South Koreans and other troops of
Sf ether lands—started leaving the
battle Une shortly after the truce
Was signed Monday morning The
fns fefi silent Monday night.
of soldiers walked down
from bills they had bought in
Mood—from battlegrounds half
way between the present and his
tory:
Heartbreak Ridge . . . White
Horae Mountain . . .Old Baidy
. . fork Chop Hill Bunker
HOI . The Hook . . and the
outposts—Vegas, Harry, Berlin and
bat Beytin . .
Going to the hills they crept
•kmg under Mazing Red guns in
the infantryman’s wary, crouch-
Mg walk.
When they came down they
walked upright, with no shell* to
foar.
South Korean troops pulled back
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in an orderly fashion from the two]
thirds of foe front they held.
Almost all fortifications were
destroyed. Bunkers were caved to
and trenches filled Timbers were
salvaged where possible.
Across no man’s land, from-Uae
officers reported toe Chinese and!
North Koreans were sometimes
using pack mules to get their
equipment out.
At toe southern edge of the de
militarized zone, the Allied eel-!
diers strung barbed wire and act
up roadblocks to prevent anyone
from entering.
The zone wQI be polked by
s members of the Military Armistice!
Commission si Panmunjoat.
The Allied command strung
signs ail along the border saying,
“South Limits Demilitarized Zone.'
;Do Not Enter.” The signs are Is
English and Korea.
In some sectors, American and
other Allied soldiers worked fever-1
ishly to destroy elaborate fortifi
cations before the deadline.
I Associated Press photographer
George Sweers said 2nd Division
infantrymen were working hastily {
to demolish the trenches and!
.bunker* on Outpost Harry,
j About SO Chinese sat lazily on
a hill 100 yards away and watchadJ
.The Chinese spectators occasion
ally played records over a loud
speaker for the Americans.
| The Chinese brought little pack
[jagea containing wine and handker-j
chief* and left them on the battle
field Just forward o>f one listening
[poet.
■ Meanwhile, far to the north, U.
N. fortes wero leaving islands off
I both coasts of Korea. The islands
were-used for radar and air res
cue bases. Their deadline for leav
ing is 10 p. m. Aug. C.
As the Allied soldiers left the
front lines some looked hack—for
possibly their last look—at the
famous battle hills of Korea they
1 were giving up:
I Heartbreak Ridge, in eastern
Korea, which the American art
Infantry Regiment won in a vic
ious, month-long bfttif fo the fall I
of 1851. It was the first of the]
[great Korean MU battles and set
the pattern for toe others.
Sandbag Castle, a little farthet
to too east, where American and
North Korean troops faced each I
[other only 30 yards apart.
| Bunker ROD, hi toe west, where
American Marines fought bloody,
tenacious battle hi the shadow of I
the hallooes floating over the Pan-1
mttafom neutral circle.
White Horae Mountain, north of
Chorwoo on toe Central Front, I
where the Republic of Korea Army
met and won its first great test]
last October.
■ And tome were ether famous
hills, where Americans and theirl
allies had died, which toe Reds
were riving up:
I Old Baidy, northwest of Char
won; Pork Chop Hill and T-Bent
Hill, in the same neighborhood;
and Sniper Ridge, Jane Russell!
Hill and Triangle Hill north of
:Knmhwa.
[ Other hills of Utter memory lay
north of toe buffer aone and wifi]
remain In Rad hands:
i Capitol Hill and Anchor HHI, and j
the giant fortress of 3.300-ftx#
Papa-Sen on the Central Front
[which towers over the Kumbwa
Valley.
Fund Use Studied
PUNT, Mich. Üb-Social workers
hi tornado-struck Flint are study
log -applications to determine the
best way of distributing $801,547
collected for the Red Feather dis
aster fund.
James R. Burroughs, fond treas
urer, reported the total Tuesday
and said nona of the money, rep-,
rearming donations Brora indivi-l
duals and independent organisa
tions, had yet been spent
! Thursday, My 31, ITS
Dog Days In Sigsbee Park
AML
ALTHOUGH HE'S ONLY ONE YEAR OLD, Jasper, the Fuller's
magnificent English Sheepdog, is almost as big as his mistress,
Mary. Jasper oelebrated his birthday Sunday with a doggie
party complete with Lolly pups and Hamburger Cake. The
gala event took place at the Fuller residence in Sigsbee Part:
on Sunday when five canine friends assembled with their own
ers and celebrated. Jasper is shown above in the jaunty party
hat he wore, tired but happy in the arms of Mrs. Mary Fuller.
—Citizen Staff Photo by Finch.
Display Cancelled
KALAMAZOO, Mich. OP - Be
cause of unsettled political condi
tions in Berlin, Kalamazoo will
miss its chance to present ihe typi
cal American city exhibit at the
Berlin Trade Fair this fall.
The city was cnosen for toe hon
or in the spring after State Depart
" —
From deep inside you comes a new
stir and sparkle when you take
the wheel of a fun-filled car like this
Buick Convertible.
Yhi feel happier just to be in a car
with the lilt of larks to its styling -
with the breeze-blessed airiness of all
outdoors all around you.
It’s a car that freshens your spirits
with its sky-filled view—yet it can snug
you in weather-tight shelter, when the
need arises, with a mere finger-touch
of hydraulic buttons.
But you get a heart-lift in this
Convertible from something more
than just its looks, or its versatility,
or die push-button control of its top,
its front seat and its windows.
—• WWBI METTat AIITOMOMUS AM MKT MMX Ml MK TMM
MULBERG CHEVROLET CO.
Comer CAROLINE STREET and TELEGRAPH LANE DIAL 24743
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
ment representatives conducted a
nationwide survey. However, the
department now has informed Kal
amazoo officials that chaotic con
ditions in toe German city malm
offering the display an impractical
move.
A head of cauliflower - about
one and one-half pounds - can he
cooked while in about 30 minutes.
PLASTIC SURGERY? r
WOONSOCKET, R. L UP-The'
Army and Air Force recruiting
station has received a telephone'
call from a worried matter who,
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Electricity helps you trim your "hundred things to do" down to
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history, often for loss than a penny a day for a tough task.
That’s why it's smart to go all-electric. You pay so little... and you
gat a dependable (errant with get-up-and-go!
CITY ELECTRIC SYSTEM
Yon. get it, too, from die sheer bril
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From the thrilling power of the great
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Twin-Turbine Dynaflow*-where yon
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From the deep comfort of riding soft
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cushioning —of sitting in sumptuous
luxury on natty wide seats —of han
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wanted to know if the Armv would]
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She Mb ner san had written
that his profile was befog changed.
“Profile’’ is Army dang for
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