CONGRESS: The Senate Week Feb. 17, 1930

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

¶ Continued debate on the Tariff Bill. ¶ Adopted a House resolution appropriating $5,380,000 to provide Gold-Star Mothers with free trips to the European graves of their sons.

¶ Adopted resolutions appropriating $587,500 to combat pink bollworms in Arizona, authorizing the Secretary of Agriculture to spend $2,500,000 to compensate quarantined cotton growers.


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