THE CABINET: Logtown and After

With horror in their eyes 30 U. S. refugees from Puerto Cabezas on the east coast of Nicaragua arrived at New Orleans last week aboard the Standard Fruit & Steamship Co.'s S. S. Cefalu. They brought with them the bodies of two of nine U. S. citizens killed by bandit fol- lowers of Rebel Augusto Sandino. The composite story they told of last fortnight's slaughter was as follows:

Early one morning a clerk in the commissary at Logtown—tiny lumber settle-ment 70 miles inland from Puerto Cabezas —spied the...

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