THE CONGRESS: Seventieth Sits

Six months silent, the Capitol on Monday again rumbled and bumbled with the confusion of many voices that tells the country Congress is in session. Like reluctant school boys, Senators and Representatives came trooping back to open the second session of the 70th Congress.

A bare breeze riffled the three flags atop the nation's law factory. The air was mild and misty. Many people, spectators, workers, newsmen, scurried around the wide plazas. Big autos zipped back and forth importantly.

It took the House 60 minutes to plow through the hoary formalities of...

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