THE CABINET: Warning to Diplomats

The State Department issued a disquieting warning to U. S. diplomats abroad. The warning advised taking precautions against having the respective diplomats' heads shattered and the respective diplomats' houses blasted by bombs from incensed radicals and Communists. As a result of the conviction of two Italian gunmen (Sacco and Vanzetti) who are under death sentence for murder in Massachusetts, U. S. diplomatic missions in Paris, Sofia, Lisbon, Buenos Aires and Montevideo have been bombed or threatened. In several instances buildings were damaged but no loss...

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