CONGRESS: The Senate Week Apr. 9, 1928

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

¶ Rejected a resolution to combine the authorized Congressional and Presidential inquiries into the S-4 disaster, and submarine safety devices.

¶ Confirmed four appointments to the Federal Radio Commission (see p 12).

¶ Passed, 70 to 0, a Flood Control bill (see below); sent it to the House.

¶ Passed the bill appropriating some $138,000,000 to run the Department of Agriculture, including $4,544,000 to rebuild flood-wrecked roads in Kentucky, Vermont, New Hampshire.

¶ Confirmed the appointments of Alexander Pollock Moore to be U. S. Ambassador to Peru, and U. S. Attorney Peyton Gordon...

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