THE CONGRESS: Work Done, Apr. 4, 1932

The Senate:

¶ Voted (50-10-29) on motion of Tennessee's McKellar to recommit the $124,000,000 appropriation bill for the Departments of State, Justice, Commerce and Labor with instructions to cut its total 10% for economy.

¶ Rejected unanimously the nomination of Charles Andrew Jonas, North Carolina's Republican National Committeeman, to be U. S. District Attorney for western North Carolina because he had ''libeled'' the Senate's investigation of campaign expenditures in his State.

¶ Received from Utah's King a bill to abolish the Shipping Board.

Committees of the Senate:

¶ Heard...

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