National Affairs: New Faces

Many of the old familiar faces will be gone when the 82nd Congress sits after New Year's, and in their places will be a crop of fresh-faced newcomers. Most likely to be heard from in the Senate:

John Marshall Butler,* 53, of Baltimore, who in his first try for public office knocked over Democrat Millard Tydings. Tall, wide-grinned John Butler went to work at 14 in a mattress factory for $3 a week, financed his own schooling at Johns Hopkins and University of Maryland Law School. He married into the Abell family, which founded Baltimore's...

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