CONGRESS: The House Work Mar. 24, 1930

Work Done. Last week the U. S. House of Representatives adjourned for two days in memory of William Howard Taft and Edward Terry Sanford. Then the members:

¶Discussed a bill to regulate interstate motor bus traffic.

¶Heard Wisconsin's Nelson flay "The Japanese Bugaboo" in connection with a plea for a free Philippines.


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