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Miami Tribune from Miami, Florida • Page 9

Miami Tribune from Miami, Florida • Page 9

Miami Tribunei
Miami, Florida
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SUNDAY DECEMBER 2T 198 MIAMI TRIBUNE PAGE NINE Man HBruJallr Slain IDnnt It Otlicr Ulodics FRESNO Calif Dec 26 (UP) The decapitated body of a man identified as Jack Smith wealthy and middle-aged was found tonight along the Southern Pacific tracks here Police said they feared Dr Sentiment to Curb High Court Grows WASHINGTON Dec 26 (UP) Pronounced sentiment for submission of a constitutional amendment to curb Supreme court powers was apparent today among returning members of congress Several 1 Launch Capsizes 10 Dead Four Missing hundred amendment resolutions were being drafted Indications were that powerful blocs would be organized to fight for head butchered to prevent officers said BUENOS AIRES PACT GIVES POWER BALANCE WASHINGTON 26 (UP) Participation by this country in the convention on collective security adopted at the inter-American conference for maintenance of peace was interpreted here tonight as in effect generalizing the Monroe Doctrine The convention one of three major ones comprising the principal accomplishments of the month-long Buenos Aires meeting provided that the participating governments will consult together to obtain a united front if hostilities break out or threaten to break out: 1 Between we or more American nations 2 Between two or more non-American nations or 3 Between an American and non-American country The United States by agreeing to this has in effect it was agreed here generalized the Monroe KINGSTON Jamaica Dec 26 (UP) With 10 known dead police grappled today for the bodies of four others believed drowned when a launch capsized in sight of thousands of Christmas promen-aders The tragedy occurred in Kingston harbor The launch carried about 35 excursionists including women and children Twenty passengers were dragged out of the water unconscious They were revived by hospital attendants Nine bodies were recovered One person taken to a hospital died and Mrs Lindsey and Cora Switzer reported missing from the house in which it was believed Smith was slain may have died with him In clothing was a Christmas card addressed to Mrs Lindsey Fresno and on the back was scribbled: Switzer is the cause of No one was in the Lindsey home but all five rooms were smeared with blood and there was evidence of a vicious struggle Police believed Carmain Switzer is Cora Switzer Neighbors said the Lindseys had gone to Los Angeles but they never reached there Miss Switzer was last seen yesterday with a man named Smith who lived alone on the edge of Fresno body was mutilated apparently by an axe believe Smith was decapitated and scalped and his mi MAYA eea eucceerfully ued la relieve Naturci bat bet ouccessfullp rbetnutua sad arthritis hj the native' ol Central Aaerica MAYA LEAF has bees braulil here hm and is rthcwng Hwmnh si sufferers Let MAYA LEAF help jonj ala Send $309 lor full sue package at MAYA LEAF ar pap poatuan CO FRIDAY CLUB ORGANIZED COLUMBIA Mo Dec 26 (UP) Students of Missouri University have formed a to promote week-end relaxation See natural color portraits of your favorite movie stars every Sunday in the TRIBUNE'S big coloroto section 23 IE fts all a ajj no ONCE A YEAR A YEAE So You May flare an Opportunity to Purchase Your Selection of These congressional action regardless of President Roosevelt's position Administration leaders pursued a and policy toward the amendments They prepared to use all their e-ergy to check proposals until or unless the President throws his ictive support behind one The President was believed waiting for the decision on constitutionality of the Wagner labor and social security acts before making a decision Scores of other amendments not relating to the powers of the Supreme court were proposed One would alter the constitution to provide universal federal civil service Another proposes a popular instead electoral college vote for president An amendment to send back to the states a proposed change pre-ventinng child labor was advanced Representative Tinkham (Rep Mass) is sponsoring a resolution for a single presidential term of six years protect the nation friyn To submit an amendment to the states was made difficult by framers of the constitution Each house must approve such submission by a two-thirds majority and the states must ratify it by a three-fourths majority Cubans Tense Over Pro-Army Parade Toil ay HAVANA Dec 26 The National Association for Economic Defense and Social Reforms today prepared to stage a pro-army demonstration Sunday when members will parade past the presidential palace The cabinet was summoned to meet to discuss the political situation and administrative affairs as the situation remained tense following the ousting of Dr Miguel Mariano Gomez as president Col Fulgencio Batista chief of staff of the army issued a statement in which he lauded the of the new He expressed significantly his best wishes my people at home and It was reported that Ex-Presi-dent Gomez was preparing to blanket Cuba with a manifesto denouncing his impeachment and blaming Colonel Batista and the army for his dismissal The manifesto widely published abroad has not appeared in Cuba It was reportedly suppressed on orders Boiler Blows Up 26 Die100 Injured ROME Dec 26 (UP) Twenty-six men were killed and more than 100 injured by a boiler explosion aboard the steamship Cesare Bat-tisti at Massawa chief port of Italian Eritrea on the Red sea it was announced officially today The Cesaie Battisti is a ship of 8881 tons of Genoa Twenty of the more seriously injined were taken to the hospital at Massawa it was said The explosion occurred at 10 Tuesday the official announcement said while the Cesare Battisti was disembarking passengers most of them workers going to Addis Ababa Ethiopia A large hole was blown in the side and it listed badly but rescue workers kept it moored and prevented its sinking Passengei and crew were among the victims Some were not yet identified because papers of many aboard were destroyed Those who were less seriously injured were sent on to Asmara the capital of Eritrea for treatment The first news here of the explosion was a communique issued at 1 :20 today We manufacture in such large quantities and our purchasing power is so great we can offer these couches at a ridiculously low price II BY NO A WIDE VARIETY OF STYLES AND FABRICS TO CHOOSE FROM ALL COUCHES ARE EQUIPPED WITH THE WELL KNOWN NEVERSAG MATTRESS GUARANTEED FOR 5 YEARS Why sleep in the wall and rollaway beds? DIVANS and CHAIRS TO MATCH OUR BED HI DIVANS OR STUDIOS ARE EQUIPPED WITH 1 REVERSIBLE INNERSPRING MATTRESSES AND 2 COIL SPRINGS CAN BE USED FOR EITHER SINGLE OR TWIN BEDS UNUSUALLY WELL BUILT AND COMFORTABLE WE HAVE SOLD OVER 800 OF THESE UNITS TO APARTMENTS THIS YEAR WHICH SPEAKS FOR THEIR QUALITY NEVERSAG STUDIO COUCH Crp The House of Confidence 1238-1242 NORTH MIAMI AVE.

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