CONGRESS: The Senate Week Apr. 2, 1928

Work Done. Last week, the U. S. Senators:

¶ Adjourned for a day out of respect for the late Senator Ferris (see below).

¶ Passed Senator Caraway's bill requiring Federal judges to submit their charges in writing to juries before the closing arguments of counsel.

¶ Wrangled about the Oil Scandal (see CORRUPTION).

¶Debated and finally adopted the conference report on the radio bill calling for "equitable" wave, wattage and time assignments; sent the bill to President Coolidge.

¶ Passed a resolution ordering the arrest of Thomas W. Cunningham of Philadelphia, friend of Senator-suspect Vare,...

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