CONGRESS: The Senate Week Jan. 20, 1930

Work Done. Last week the Senate of the U. S.:

¶ Passed a bill to liberalize the Civil Service Retirement Act.

¶ Continued the Tariff Debate (see p. 15).

¶ Confirmed Senator Frederick Moseley Sackett of Kentucky as Ambassador to Germany in one minute; swore in Representative John Marshall Robsion as his Senate Successor.

¶ Adopted the full slate of Republican Committee Assignments (see p. 13).

¶ Adopted a resolution creating a Joint Committee to investigate the pay of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, et al.

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