Transport: Millions for Relief

One bill which can be guaranteed to rush through House and Senate like a flogged sailor running the gamut is the biennial highway bill, authorizing the expenditure of millions of dollars for U. S. roads. Practically untouched by human hands, the bill (this one was for $484,000,000) was unanimously passed by the House last week. There was contention on just one point. Michigan's Representative Jesse P. Wolcott (Rep.) wanted an amendment that would dot U. S. highways with frequent comfort stations. Opposition came from two Democratic Congressmen, Milton H. West of Texas and Claude...

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