CONGRESS: The Senate Week Apr. 7, 1930

Work Done. The Senate of the U. S. last week:

¶ Passed a $153.000,000 Department of Agriculture Appropriation Bill.

¶ Passed a Bill authorizing an additional expenditure of $230,000,000 for public buildings.

¶ Adopted a resolution to erect a $50,000 monument to the late William Crawford Gorgas, the Army's surgeon general who rid the Panama Canal Zone of yellow fever.

¶ Adjourned for three days.

¶ Met for five minutes to adjourn for another three days.

Work to be Done. The Senate of the U. S. last week made plans to end its current...

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