National Affairs: The House:

¶Debated a bill by Texas' Jones providing for Domestic Allotment farm relief. ¶Adopted a resolution by Nebraska's Howard requiring the R. F. C. to report recipients of its $1,054,815,000 in relief loans from February to July 1932. Purpose: "To quiet ugly rumors." ¶Received from the Committee on Expenditures in Executive Departments a resolution nullifying President Hoover's reorganization proposals (see p. 9). ¶ Passed the first deficiency appropriation bill ($31,421,000); sent it to the Senate. ¶Adjourned for the Coolidge funeral.

*Its friends euphemize it as "the farm parity plan."


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