THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Jan. 17, 1927

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(¶ In a written message to Congress last week, President Coolidge asked for an additional $75,000 to continue U. S. participation in the Geneva Preparatory Com-mission for a disarmament conference under the League of Nations.

¶Senator Royal S. Copeland of New York, who wears a red carnation in his buttonhole, called on the President. On emergence from the White House, Mr. Copeland said: "His color is good and his lips are a healthy red."

¶ It is no myth that President Coolidge was born in Vermont; neither is it...

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