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bis ditch-aiegera U they have tatea out naturalization papers, and furthermore furthermore no one i f oint down the ditches to find out," the Cleveland Cleveland senator said. Sen. Bender again rose and shotued his views on the bill. "I'm speaking to you as a Presbyterian elder." he said. "I used to think there was danger, of the pope taking taking over America.- If the pope Mail- j wanted to get a foothold In ington. he would have done it t when Fall and Daufherty were run- for ning things, and Washington was ation, con- j . g a^d, tension of the situ- Sen. O. M. Kumler, Lewis- cer- period pay ser' cashier do with my fr»m Germany, if they can't go to work when they come here?" "Under this bill, your Irish cous- ins couldn't get a job on the police police force," Sen. Clark answered. A similar bill was passed by the senate several years ago but was never acted -upon in the house. The senate passed "the following house bills which now go to the line | ernor: the McCune bill, The reinstated in the teachers' retirement system by pay- i in? back shares, plus four per j the Shepherd bill, permitting Allen co. commissioners to assume certain local assessments on inter-county the Vail bill, defining i highways; j vendor's lien for the purchase of I money or land. Two senate measures passed the i senate and were sent to thc house: \ the Herbert bill, recodifying the ., blufi . sky .. laws 3^ the Scott bill,' I providing that trustees may hold se- s ' curities and property of banks flnancia i institutions which j been deposited with the state' i T _,.T,ji.j- or with political subdivis- and j By a vote o £ 93 to 20, the house | 11 concurred in senate amendments j Rone-Morgan bill, authorizing the governor to appoint a commission commission to erect a state office building. The bill goes to toe governor. Thc Ingalls bill, providing for ex- witnesses in criminal cases was surprised col- j defeated in the house by a j Rep. Bert Shepherd, Brown CO., traduced a joint resolution memorial- un- izing congress to enact a a j fabrics" law which would require j manufacturers to correctly label i cloths showing the amount of wool I in them. Bills which passed the house with- | otit opposition and now go j governor are: the Carpenter bill, sub- j viding for a municipal court | benvUte and «1* ^-°^ d jf" rails on approaches to viaducts and committee, bridges. s House measures which passed the house and were sent to. the senate late yesterday include: the Runser bill, defining burglary and housebreaking; housebreaking; the Mooney bill, repealing parts of the statutes which provide for a one-year training term for teachers in county normal schools; the Nippert bill,' permitting universi- ties and colleges to invest funds in bonds of other states, or in approved j egtate or stock _ and the bill, permitting women convic- , : of misdemeanors and delinquents j over 16 years o f ag6i to as sentenced i to j ai]s i ns tead of to the state reformatory reformatory for women at Marysville, the

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  1. The Coshocton Tribune,
  2. 20 Mar 1929, Wed,
  3. Page 4

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