LATIN AMERICA: In Mexico

Hollywood Insurrection. Agents of the U. S. Department of Justice, puttering dutifully about lurid Hollywood, Calif., discovered recently an armored truck in the garage of one Herbert Sandburn. Questioned, Mr. Sandburn volubly explained that a Mexican, Senor Benjamin Roqe, had commissioned him to equip four heavy trucks with armor plate—each truck to mount two one-pound cannon and four machine guns. Only one truck had been completed. Dissimulating their suspicions, assuring Mr. Sandburn that they believed him when he said the trucks were to be used for pay roll transport, the agents...

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