CONGRESS: The Senate Week Oct. 7, 1929

Work Done. Last week the U. S Senate:

¶Discussed the Tariff Bill, directing its attention principally to the flexible tariff provisions (see col. 3).

¶Heard a eulogy of late Senator Tyson of Tennessee, adjourned for that day as a mark of respect.

¶Confirmed the nomination of Clarence M. Young as Assistant Secretary of Commerce in charge of Aeronautics to succeed William P. MacCracken, resigned.


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