CONGRESS: The House Week Mar. 4, 1929

Work Done. The House of Representatives last week:

¶Adopted a resolution to investigate U. S. District Judge Francis Asbury Winslow of Manhattan on charges of bankruptcy irregularities; received similar charges against U. S. District Judge Grover M. Moscowitz of Brooklyn.

¶Passed a bill to extend administrative life of the Federal Radio Commission until March 15. 1930.

¶Held group memorial services for eleven deceased members of Congress (see p. 14).

¶Passed a bill to regulate the load line on vessels of 250 or more tons in U. S. ports.

¶Adopted a resolution congratulating Speaker...

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