Music: Honduran Strife

The progress of the second Honduran revolution of the year (TIME, Aug. 11) was obscured by revolutionary haze. Close upon the reported killing of two Americans came the news that Gen. Gregorio Ferrera had fled to the mountains, without, however, neglecting to take troops, rifles, vast quantities of ammunition.

In Tegucigalpa, Honduran capital, the Liberal Party was blamed for the outbreak of the new revolt. The Government arrested the leaders of the Party, reorganized itself, prepared to squelch the revolutionaries. An official communique said:

"The Republic of Honduras is enjoying relative calm, and...

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