The Press: Personals

"If the man who caused the death of seven lives by placing a bomb in an airliner in October will openly confess, he will save himself years of mental torture and free his conscience. A Victim."

This New York Herald Tribune advertisement, obviously referring to the crash of a passenger plane in Indiana, last week afforded a rare treat to regular readers of Public Notices in U. S. newsheets. "Personal" columns in London papers are usually full of interesting and mysterious appeals, appointments and code messages. In the U. S. they are taken up...