A revolt, the third within about a year (TIME, Feb. 11, 1924, et seq.; Aug. 11 et seq.), broke out in Honduras, Central American Republic. General Gregorio Ferrera, a man of powerful likes and dislikes, decided that he did not care for the Government, decided also to do something about it and started a revolt.

Things rapidly went from bad to worse. What things and how bad they were before they became worse, despatches omitted. At any rate, a situa tion was created at the seaport of Ceiba which prompted the U. S....

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