THE CONGRESS: Norton's Triumph

Up in the House last week with fire in her eye rose plump, weathered Labor Committee Chairman Mary Teresa Norton. Prodded and sustained by the powerful gentleman at the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue, Mrs. Norton had for a second time persuaded the House to take the Wages-&-Hours Bill away from the Rules Committee which had pigeonholed it.

Glowering in his seat across the aisle, just as he had last December when the House brought the original Black-Connery Bill to the floor only to amend it to death and bury it by recommitment, sat the...

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