Foreign News: PERU CONTINUES TO FIGHT ECUADOR

This map shows where the Western Hemisphere's only war has been going on during the past fortnight—in defiance of an armistice agreement and unknown to the rest of the world. The Peruvians entered the Gulf of Guayaquil with several ships and planes. Just twelve Peruvian parachutists took Machala and seven took Puerto Bolivar. They kept banging away at the town as they floated down, but stopped when there was no Ecuadorian counter fire. Peruvian troops moved easily across the flat land between the coast and Piedras. In a miniature Blitz they burned farms, confiscated crops, looted houses even of radio sets...

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