CUBA: Welles Replaced

Something of great import to all Cuba leaked out of President Roosevelt's Warm Springs swimming pool last week: able Ambassador Sumner Welles, known to be antipathetic to the Grau San Martin regime, was about to be withdrawn. By midnight the rumor became certainty with an official announcement from the President. Ambassador Welles was to be succeeded by Assistant Secretary of State Jefferson Caffery. But. as a direct snub to the Grau Government, Mr. Welles was to return to Havana for a brief period, still U. S. Ambassador. When Mr. Caffery succeeds him...

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