PICTURE Eisenhower Sees Army Of 800,000 Still Held By Reds Buyers' Strike Gets Under Way In Philadelphia fa Army chief of .stuff, Ci"ii. I>wl:;ht ]>. Klsrnhnwor Is shown with R«p. Andrew ••. Mii.v, cluilI'lnnn of th" House Military Affairs Committee, lo Washington, after hi- (Mlienlmwer) testified hi-fun; the group, 1 Klsi'lllmwcr, urging passage «t legislation ti) Increase from 2;j,(l!>l) to ,•>(!,(Kill tin- Jiumlier nf Army filflcers, (in-dieted a peacetime Army of not less tliiin HUH,(11)11 nii'ii fur the r:;-.\t I." years. (IntrriuittiinEiK Sound- pholo) At War-Profits Hearing- Warrant Officer and Mrs. Samuel L, Harrison of Harrah, O.'tla,, who entered tho Russia n-oecii- plod '/.one nf Uerlln to visit a pet shop are reported held hy the Reds. American military (Hitliori- t!fs were unable to convince the Russian officials, that the ;',:irri- soris mid two other Yank officers should be turned over to tho U. S. forces for action. (International) NATJGATUCK NEWS <CONN.), MONTDAY. JTJT..Y IS. 1JM6—PAOK',5 Mount Carmel Celebration -- ••-'•*£ Includes Parade, Concert! / Registering his emotions by leaning on tho. cash register, a Philadelphia butcher (left) finds himself with lamh JUKI time HI; his hands as CIO officials and members (right) he-gin a picket line outside. protesting increased food priees. Tho scene is being duplicated throughout the nation as organized groups <if huycrs gather to show resentment against skyrocketing- prici-s of merchandise and urge return of OI'.A (Intcrna- fio-ial) Arrivals On Hospital Ship Appeai'liii; liefiirn the Mend Committee lu \Vnslilnifton iuvestl^atinfi; war-profits Is <ienn;c,U, Iwiiil.-iini (left), War OepnrtmetiL price adjuster. KnnlNiin ti-Mtlfli-d ttuil it five-and-a-linlf million dulliir ti-fund was deiiiiiMiled Ijy the ),', s. from Krlc Mi-lal I'nidtiots Co. <lvirlni,' e.on- tritet nei;"lliitliiin. At rli;ht, Merry I'aynter, lilred us a piihlit- relations nnii'isrl by inldwi-st iniinll iims ec'iililni- Hint l.s iind'T inve.stijr'it'on, spi>aks nut ai,'!iliiM. the nii'lhnils useil hy Hir eninmil lee. (International \Vlien the hosj)ital ship C, A. Stafford arrived in Statcn Island, >N. Y., from r.nrope, It had this ffroup ahoard her.. They aro (loft to ri«;lit): I'SO ertertoir.ers .lurry llrupcr; O 1). I'lickett; Colloen Morey, Seattle, Wash.; Sfft. GenrRe. Lit-, I'awtiichet, U. I., wounded veteran; Red Cross worker Howard Willium.s; wounded veterans '>'!<: Sam Nulson, Els- wc.rth, \Vis,; S;;t. Kurl Ol.iii. Portland, Ore,.,; and Sgl. Peter Ortiler. (International) Some Love Notes From Grandma In Custody Battle Seeks His Child While cm their honeymoon In KtmxviMe, Trim., Mrs. Neonm Hall, UK, n griindiimllier, pbi.vs a lime on guitar fur her suilor-liiis-liiiml, Walter Hull, III, of ItrmiUlyii, N. V. The bride, the former '.Neoina Kaldwln of Kuoxvllle, has three children, all of whiiui are older thiin Hull. The couple wen' married lit KiiMtvllle Cn. (international Siuinil|.hoto) A Yank in Paris/ '46 Version 'ictured In n CliiciiRo <:ourt, Mrs. Leroy Loreir/, holds li>- inonth-nld John I ( 'ranels \^'hom slie allegedly "bondlit" for Sl.Onn from Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sohactsrlmhcr, Tim Scliactscho- liers, who adopted tl\,- cUi'-i li< mojiths affo, now want h.'m hack The jmlKc. orderii-.-,' an 'nvc.s'li^a- llou, ruled the tot shniild remain with them. (In'iTRatliinai) P.londe Ruth Koran 1'ardo, cx- w'.fe of Vincente Gony.alcs 1'ardo, nivian niilliiMjairr, is reported have "kidnaped" from a New rk hospital her infiint son -who in the fat:- -''s e.ustory. loctate liis for- boy in(,ends to rdo, unahle to •i- wife or tin seek an liijnncl.^m for the tot's return, (International) Hero's Family Fears Eviction Edmund R. Malo, Lynn, Mass., (right) boards a boor at fhe Boston docks for Paris where he lias been enrolled for a 3-year art course uncKjr (he Veterans Administration's educational program. Bidding Malo ban voyage is Alan C. Frazcr, VA director of public relations for the New England branch area. The veteran is one of the first to leave for a foreign school. Pictured In their home in Chcyenlie, Wyo., is the family .of ex-Sgt Churles F. Carey, the state's only Congressional Medal of Honor winner, who was killed in Europe in 1D45. The Careys jtist manage to cct by on a government allowance of $133 and fear they will he unable to meet a rent increase of $5 asked by their landlord. Cheyenne citizens have started a campaign to buy a new home for\ Mrs. Carey whol is shown with her sons, Ronald, 5, and Richard, 7^ (.International) Victory Smiles After Primaries Mass Tomorrow Morning- At St. Francis CnurcTbi Opens Ceremonies A celebration in honor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel will be held tomorrow, with activities scheduled for the entire day, nccordinc to Charles Xardei)o, chairman of the festival. A Mass will be celebrated at 3 o'clock tomorrow morning in St. Francis' church 10 open the core- mpnies. to be followed by several other events and climaxed by a p::.rade and band concert. The parade will slnri in the -evening at G-.-lTi o'clock at Christoforo Colombo hall, the route to take the- paradcrs alcns High, Coen. Oak, Maplo and Watoi streets, Rubber ivvcnuc to the corner of Arch street, and tei-minatins at the Green. At that time n concert will he given by the 3r>-piec<? N;,iugatuck Military band under Uic direction of George Gentile. The program follows: "Star Spangled Banner"'; overture. "Morning, Noo;) .and Ni).r'nl," 'Suppe; selection from the comedy opera. "The Butterfly," Prim!; "Dance of the Hours" from "LaGioconda," Pon- chielli; "Naughty Marietta." Herbert; selection, 'The Desert Song," Rom berg. Also, selection from Verdi's opera,, 'I>aTraviata."; "Quartet from Rigolotto," with Mr. DeVinccnt as (soloist; finale, "America." PAUr.EY'S CIJARGK Frankfurt, Germany, July 35 (TIP)-.The President's person representative on reparations, Ed"\vin Paulcy, lias charged Russia with violating the Potsdam agreement with regard to materials to be I taken from Germany. And Pauley ', says that as a result, ibc United j States must be prepared with a j new reparations policy. He addK i that the U. S. doesn't want lo vio- < la-te the Potsdam agreement but may be forced to do so by the failure of utncr governments to observe it. HowardWilson >; To be Installed By Centennial Lodge | Centennial Ixxige, No. 100, IOOF. • will install ofllcers tonight at a mooting: at K:30 o'clock in Odd Fol- I lowt- 1 Hnll. Adolph Grub? rind his I staff, representing the Walorbury 1 !odgc, will officiate. Howard Wilson will be installed MS Noble Grand, succeeding Frank- 'jn I" - )tchkiss. Oilier officers to bo installed include: Leonard Pope, vice nohle grand; Curl Peterson, chaplain; Seth Booth, conductor; Phil'ip I-ord, warden; Albert Milder, financial secretary; Joshua Fuji-bank, recording; secretary, and Olney Trash, treasurer. The new ofllocrs will hold term for a period of six months. SOCGIIT BV POLICE Bor.ton. July 32- (UP)—A manhunt him been launched (or .1 man, s.iUl to be a NngixOwho strangled •i Roxhury mother. The woman. Mis, Helen Cronin,. was slain when she vc.nl to the aid of. her 12- yoar-old daughter. The girl -told police tlie man entered through 1 ^ a. kitchen window. . • . .'• , HOTtSK FAZ13S OFFlCIAJiSiK; New York, July 13 (UP)—Custom officials wcic faced with a p.uzfcUns situation rrccnlly when a horae named "TupinHinha" was shipped from Mexico to run nt the Atlantic City, New Jersey track. "Tupinam- ha" must have run cut of liajf"Wirt lumps of sugar -for he ate his identification lag, which included his jockey club registration. The . custom officials finally contacted ";jRn official of the Atlantic City track and the horse was identified. •". *.:... Governors and state trca*ut»>-s of Misouri cannot succeed themselves in ofllce, ' ,' "• An Author And His 'Royalties' Former governor of Minnesota Harold K. Stassen (left), is shown as he, congratulated in Minneapolis, Gov. Kdward J. Tliye (riffht:), victor for the Republican Senatorial, nomination. Luther W. VouiiRdahl, who won tilt; Kiihernatorial nomination, looks on. Thyo and Vouiifif- dubl hail the, backing of Stassen, possible Presidential 1 candidate. (International) British Uncover Palestine Arms as this photo crnphtciUIy an army essay content on Holding belts of ammunition, two members of the British Cheshire Regiment display part of the vast arms ai:d munitions hoard uncovered in tile, collective settlement of .lacur. -ie:ir Haifa Reports from London indicate 1,'nal sei'/.ed members of (.he .Jewish Asronc.y Executive in Palestine: have been ordered released by British officials. (In- ternationa!) The are of writing sometimes pays off proves, GI Donald K. Callahan, 17, won „ -. "Why I Joined the Army" and he.'s collecting his prly-c here In. Lou Angeles—dates with starlets Pat Alphin (left) and .Joan Fulton. (Inter national) Si-'bc'cntiates Hunters' ifories HOW U. S. DEBT TRIPLED Whether they'll be willing to sto'U the wary elk, moose, or mountain goat next fall—after Iool<in3 into 'hose big brown eyes during the intervening month:—is only of sl ; shr future concern to these two Seattle student taxidermists. Now Neil D, Ro$eboom (left) and Jack Allison are helping fubstar.tiate last season's story. Both are receiving practical inst.-ucti'on in the art through the Veterans Administration's on-the-job training program, IU. S. GOV'T.I : I u. s. (ESTIMATED) This chart graphically Illustrates the trend of public and private debt over the last thirty years. Today the Federal debt Is almost twice n« large ns all other debts combined—corporations, mortgages, iind otato and local governments. At the end of 1315, the gross Federal debt wm»' estimated at $278.7 billions, according to dully TJ. S. Treasury »tate- mcnt, which means that the government owed $2 out of every $3 of> the nation's debt. Starting In lf)lfl, when the Government owed tZ t cents of every debt dollar, the picture slowly changed as Federal jre-' ductions were mjidft by nearly two-fifths. A new low was reached in IflSO when the debt -was brought down to 10 cents of every debt <IoI-' lar. Deficit spending- in the '30s and the cost of the war brought on, the. present government high of 0(1 cents of every dollar owed.
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