CONGRESS: The Senate Week May 28, 1928

Work Done. Last week, the U. S. Senators:

¶ Unanimously passed a bill to give Mrs. Woodrow Wilson a pension of $5,000 per annum; sent it to the House.

¶ Passed a House resolution designating May 1 as annual Child Health Day.

¶ Adopted the Conference report on the McNary-Haugen Farm Bill; the Bill went to President Coolidge.

¶ Adopted the Conference report on the Jones-White Merchant Marine Bill; the Bill went to President Coolidge.

¶ Passed a resolution to have the Reed Committee on senatorial campaign funds investigate last week's New Jersey primary.

¶ Passed Senator Walsh's resolution asking the Secretary of...

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