Press: N. R.

Few months ago a series of suicides among enlisted men at Fort Clayton, in the Canal Zone, caused Publisher Nelson Rounsevell of the Panama American to charge the commander of that post with working his men mercilessly under the tropical sun, driving them to smoke marijuana cigarets which led to madness and to death. When an Army investigation resulted in a whitewash, the post commander and the commanding general of the Canal Department had Publisher Rounsevell indicted on five counts for criminal libel (TIME, Aug....

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