THE CONGRESS: Work Done, Jul. 4, 1932

The Senate:

¶Passed a bill by New York's Wagner providing $2,300,000,000 worth of Federal unemployment relief; sent it to conference (see p. 10).

¶Passed a House bill authorizing the Red Cross to distribute free to the needy 50.000.000 bu. of the Farm Board's surplus wheat; sent it to conference.

¶Confirmed (35-to-16) the renomination of Thomas Ventry O'Connor to be chairman of the U. S. Shipping Board.

The House:

¶Took two one-day recesses to allow the Senate to catch up on legislation.

¶Adopted (189-to-139) a resolution by Illinois' Sabath to investigate the...

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