Round the edges of the Spanish Main, fires of revolt burned dimly last week, battles subsided, alarums were frequent.

Honduras. After a Government victory at Chamelecon, loyal troops beat the bush where Rebel General Gregorio Ferrera and his insurgents were hiding, promised a decisive battle from day to day. In Congress at Tegucigalpa, Representative

Plutarco Munoz announced that the Honduran rebels were backed by Nicaragua's Augusto Sandino, and "Communists," these from Havana.

Nicaragua, U. S. citizens and other aliens in the little towns along the Mosquito Coast waited breathlessly for a repetition of the...

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