When Franklin Roosevelt called Congress into extraordinary session three months ago, he outlined a five-point legislative program which provided for: 1) Crop control 2) Wage, hour regulation 3) Executive reorganization 4) Regional planning 5) Anti-trust law revision Last week when Congress adjourned, it had passed a five-point program which provided for: 1) $225,000 to pay members' traveling expenses to and from the extra session. 2) $12,000 for salaries of pages. 3) Lending four of the Capitol's gallery of portraits of signers of the Declaration of...

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