CONGRESS: The Senate Week Mar. 3, 1930

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

¶ Continued debate on the Tariff Bill (see p. 17).

¶ Confirmed appointments of Ira Ellsworth Robinson (chairman), Eugene Octave Sykes, Harold A. Lafount, Charles McKinley Saltzman to the Federal Radio Commission.

¶ Confirmed (48 to 18) the appointment of Hugh McCall Tate of Knoxville, Tenn., to the Interstate Commerce Commission.

¶ Rescinded its approval of Charles Augustus Stone as a regent of the Smithsonian Institution (see p. 16).


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