THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Jan. 24, 1927

¶Two thousand guests, led by Chief Justice and Mrs. William Howard Taft, stood in linin the Blue Room of the White House, at the second State reception, in honor of the judiciary.

¶"Regulation and promotion of radio in the public interest, together with scientific research, should remain in the Department of Commerce," said President Coolidge last week, at the same time urging Congress to come to some immediate compromise on the White and Dill radio bills.

¶From the White House came news that the President's physicians had prescribed ham and eggs for breakfast...

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