National Affairs: Work Done

Last week the Senate: CJ Ignoring the President's veto threat, tacked a rider to the minimum wage bill permitting a farmer to include farm labor costs in computing parity prices. CJ Received a Banking Committee recommendation that Harry Truman's old friend and naval aide, Commodore James K. ("Commodore Cluck") Vardaman, be confirmed for a 14-year term on the Federal Reserve Board.

The House:

CJ Approved a conference report (requiring final Senate approval before it goes to the White House) on legislation closing three stops on Music Boss James Caesar Petrillo.

CJ Cited for contempt one Edward K. Barsky of New York for refusing...

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