"Although he was elected to the United States Senate for only 60 Days--election day until January 4--Guy Howard of Minnesota, is taking full advantage of the many gratuities accorded members of the upper house of Congress. After using the Congressional stationary telegrams and mailing copies of the Congressional record to his many friends yesterday, Senator Howard was at the Senate Barber Shop bright and early today to get the works: haircut, shave, shampoo and massage. He was elected to fill the seat vacated by the death of Senator Thomas Schall. After January 4th, Senator Howard will be succeeded by Senator Elmer Benson" -- National Photo Company
Washington, D.C., July 1. When the light is burning in the
dome of the Capitol, it signifies that Congress is holding a night
session. To pages, this means night work- no dates. Democratic Page of the House Mac Arnold is here looking glum with Helen Rodis over the prospect of night work while the House works on the Bloom Neutrality Bill.