ARMY & NAVY: No More Nicaragua

Adios! Adioos! wailed many a black-eyed belle of dusty Corinto last week as she waved farewell to her khaki-clad "matrimony."† The U. S. Marines were at last leaving Nicaragua for home. The long planked pier at the Pacific port in which lay the transports Henderson and Antares creaked with the shuffle of 1790 brown shoes. Behind lay six years of bush warfare. Behind lay 20 officers and 115 men killed in action. Behind lay Revolutionist Augustino Sandino still at large. Behind lay President Juan Bautista Sacasa inaugurated day before with President Hoover's...

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