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And Mexico Confer At Agua Caliente Gen. Cardenas Receives Delegation Headed By Gen. De Witt BT the Associated Press. AGUA CALIENTE. Mexico. Jan. 21.—Agreement between the United States and Mexico for joint defense of the two countries, announced January 12. brought together the nations' ranking Western military leaders in a historic conference yes^ terriay. The meeting, which produced ex pressions of friendship and collabo ration, took place at this widely known Mexican resort, a few miles below the California line. Lt. Gen. John L. De Witt, com manding general of the Western de fense command and 4th Army, headed the American delegation. He was received by Gen. Lazaro Car denas, former President of Mexico and now commander of Mexico’s military region of the Pacific. Points to Defense Efforts. “We congratulate ourselves be cause your coming here makes it possible to know personally of the outright efforts that are being made for our mutual defense,” Gen. Car denas told the United States mili tary representatives. “We interpret the sentiments of our governments in the common cause of our peoples, and you may depend on the fullest co-operation from all Mexico.” ”We are happy in our collaboration with your country in our fight for a ! common cause.” Gen. De Witt re- j plied. “I know that our association as two soldiers will be closer and our co-operation complete to our j countries’ mutual satisfaction.” Both commanders expressed a de- j sire that the meeting should soon be repeated at Gen. De Witt's head quarters in the United States. Converse Two Hours. After the initial exchange of greetings, the generals and their staffs conversed through interpreters for more than two hours. The sub jects of their discussions were not announced. Among those accompanying Gen. De Witt were Brig. Gen. James L. Bradley, his chief of staff: Lt. Col Richard W. Hocker. general staff member: Maj. Ford Trimble, aide to Gen. De Witt; Col. Harold Rayner and Lt. Col. Modestro Rodriguez. United States liaison officers with the Mexican Army, and Gerald A. Mokma, United States consul a' Tiajuana. Mexico. Helping Gen. Cardenas greet the Americans were Rodolfo Sanchez Taboada, governor of the northern district of Lower California: Con tralmirante Othon P. Blanco, Gen. De Brigada Juan Felipe Rico Islaz. Comorioro Roberto Gomez Maqueo. Coronel. Sub Luis Alamillo Flores and Coronel Miguel Marron Puga. Judge Postpones Trial Of Boy in Triple Slaying B5 a Staff Correspondent of The Star. WASHINGTON, Va„ Jan. 21 Trial of 16-year-old Thomas Dewey • Buck) Cameron, accused of a triple murder in a post office robbery' at Huntley last May, was continued for a week here today at request of the prosecution because of the absence of an important witness. Commonwealth Attorney Clar ence W. Carter informed the court that he had been unable to obtain the presence of Dr. Joseph R. Bla lock. superintendent of the South western State Hospital at Marion, where young Cameron was under mental observation for several months. The mountain boy is to be tried before Judge J. R. H. Alex ander, who ordered the case post poned until next Wednesday. The Colonial court house here was filled this morning, and Rap pahannock County citizens, unable to obtain admission, peered through the windows and surrounded the back door through which the young prisoner was brought into court. The boy's father. Stanley Cameron, an orchard worker, and stepmother were among the spectators. Cameron is accused of slaying Ed ward Johnson, his wife and 15-year old daughter. Trade Board Bond Sale Now Totals $1,457,055 The Washington Board of Trade has sold an additional $131,000 worth of Defense bonds since the formal closing of its special bond campaign January 6. bringing its total sales to $1,457,055, it was announced today. Conservation of Paper Every citizen is called upon to see that not a pound of paper is wasted. Demand from every clerk that any unnecessary wrapping of packages or un necessary use of paper bags be dispensed with. Waste paper for paperboard is vital to the packaging of a great quantity of war equip ment. Do not burn newspapers, but, when you have saved enough for a bundle, give them to the school children who are co operating in the defense pro gram with the parent-teacher organization in The Star’s campaign for reclaiming old newspapers. Famous htrbal remedy acts AT ONCE to relieve comm SPASMS (CAUSED BY COLDS) When tortured by such a mean cough —toy Pertussin for glorious prompt relief. For years — thousands upon thousands of Doctors have prescribed It—it must be good! Pert uss! n brings rel 1 ef SO QUICKLY because It’s more than a mere soothing syrup. Pertussin is a grand and effective herbal remedy. It is scientifically prepared to work in ternally to relieve your coughing spasm. 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Judge Phillips held after a day and a half of, testimony that Pelley In the period of his probation was guilty of publishing false and libelous statements, publishing In accurate reports and advertising, and of operating a secret military organization. Previously Pelley had described the Sliver Shirts as “Chris tian militia.” SEEN IN RALEIGH'S NEW MILLINERY SALON Now. more than ever, the smart simplicity of a KNOX HAT strikes just the right note Vogue says, "the tailored suit KNUa wj|| yDur 1942 uniform"— and a good suit and hat with the Knox label is the well-dressed woman's form ula for facing any situation with aplomb. Its obvious look of quality, original styling, yet simple lines makes your Knox the hot you'll wear most often. 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The Louisiana Association for Clean Government had opposed Mr. Christenberry’s appointment on ac cusations growing out of his as sociations with the late Senator Huey P. Long, but the committee dismissed the charges as “based upon conclusions and inferences rather than upon fact." ASIAN tut ARTS 1518 CONN. AVE. TEL. DU. 4535 EXTRA SPENDING MONEY FOR YOU I Wr. buy tor cash—old aold. platinum, diamonds. 1. K. LEWIS, JEWELEB Eetabliehed 1918 Md 11th St. MW. "Eleventh at E’* Fine Footwear Since ISIS Still Going Strong, Our Annual Winter Sale of Women s Shoes* Formerly $8.50 to $12.50 $4-85__$£.85 $0.85 Shoes for oil occasions! Smartest leathers, fabrics and materials! Open or closed toe. Not oil sizes in every style but dll may be fitted. Due to rising costs this is a rare opportunity j to save. 4 BtacewHe (Except far Carreetlea Shaee) Sayder (& Little tNroa*oa«MD 1229 G St. N.W. Heads Tire Board MARTTN8BURG, W. Vs., Jan. SI (Special).—J. 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