CONGRESS: The House Week Mar. 5, 1928

Work Done. Last week the U. S. Representatives:

¶ Passed a bill authorizing the Postmaster General to contract for transportation of mail into U. S. possessions and foreign countries by air; sent it to the Senate.

¶ Passed a bill authorizing 10,000 silver half dollars commemorating the 150th anniversary of Captain Cook's discovery of Hawaii; sent it to the Senate.

¶ Passed a bill sponsored by Chairman Butler of the Naval Affairs Committee to afford Gold Star Mothers and unremarried widows two-week trips (first class) to U. S. cemeteries in Europe at Government expense,...

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