THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Jan. 31, 1927

THE PRESIDENCY

The White House Week

¶ Señor Alejandro Cesar, newly appointed Minister of the Diaz Government of Nicaragua, presented, his credentials at the White House last week. President Coolidge told him that the U. S. marines would not stay in Nicaragua "longer than is necessary." ¶As it must to some, rose fever came last week to President Coolidge. It causes a slight irritation in the membranes of his nose and throat. "It is not serious," said the physicians, "but it is annoying." ¶Dover (N. J.) Lodge No. 541 of the Loyal...

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