CONGRESS: The Senate Week Apr. 30, 1928

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

¶ Watched Cyrus Locher, Ohio Democrat sworn in to succeed the late Frank Bartlette Willis, Republican. (On his third day in the Senate, Senator Locher was invited to preside in the absence of Vice President Dawes. He acquitted himself ably as a Parliamentarian, in the little he had to do during one of Senator Blease's interminable speeches.)

¶ Adopted after hot dispute a resolution requiring the Secretary of the Navy to report on lives and money spent in the occupation of Nicaragua by U. S. Marines. (Secretary Wilbur next day reported 21 killed,...

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