THE CONGRESS: Work Done, May 30, 1932

The Senate:

¶ Debated the tax bill (see p. 10). ¶ Received from Utah's King a resolution to suspend the pay of Second Assistant Postmaster General Glover who fortnight ago ordered Missouri postmasters to "get out on the firing line" for the Hoover ticket (TIME, May 23).

The House:

¶ Passed (201-to-182) a $405,000,000 War Department appropriation bill after restoring over committee objections $5,794,165 to continue Citizens' Military Training Camps, Reserve Officers' Training Corps and the pay of reserve officers on active duty. The bill reduced Army officer personnel by 2,000....

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