THE CONGRESS: Work Done, Feb. 20, 1933

The House:

¶Defeated (212-to-174) a Republican motion to consider a bill automatically upping tariffs against countries with depreciated currencies.

¶Passed a bill giving $5,000 to the mother of John E. Eopolucci, first U. S. sailor lost in the War; sent it to the Senate.

¶Passed a bill providing for purchase by the U. S. of phonograph records for the blind; sent it to the Senate.

¶Debated the District of Columbia appropriation bill.

The Senate:

¶Adopted (53-to-17) a resolution by Nebraska's Norris dismissing David Sheldon Barry as Sergeant-at-Arms for his offending article in New Outlook....

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