CUBA: Opposition, Three Styles

The Cuban melodrama thickened last week. Still below the Cuban horizon was the new U. S. Ambassador, cool, erect, young Sumner Welles. In Havana Dictator Gerardo Machado was already stuffing his ears against Mr. Welles's expected suggestions that he reform, resign or allow new Presidential elections. Most Cubans waited for some U. S. action to quench Terror in Cuba. Over Oriente Province at the wild eastern end of Cuba, pea-soup fog rolled in from the sea.

Hidden by the fog several score brown men crept up on the Rural Guard post at...

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