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2 Senators See Veto
If Bulwinkle Bill on
Railroads Is Passed
By the As*ooat*cf Prmt
Two Southern Senators specu
lated today that President Truman
may veto the Bulwinkle railroad bill
if Congress finally sends it to the
White House.
The possibility was raised by Sen
ators Pepper, Democrat, of Florida
and Hill, Democrat, of Alabama as
the Senate entered its fourth day of
leisurely debate on the measure.
The bill would exempt railroads
and other common carriers from
prosecution under the antitrust laws
for entering into agreements on
rates and similar matters, if the
agreements had approval of the In
terstate Commerce Commission. It
is sponsored by Senator Reed, Re
publican, of Kansas. A similar meas
ure, by Representative Bulwinkle,
Democrat, of North Carolina, passed
the House last session, but not the
Senate.
Hopes Bill Won’t Pass.
“I hope the bill won’t be passed,
and if it is, I hope the President will
veto it, Senator Pepper told a re
porter. “I don’t think it could be
passed in the Senate over his veto."
Senator Hill brought up the possi
bility of a veto toward the end of a
four-hour speech against the bill
yesterday.
"If Congress does pass this bill,"
he said, "fortunately for the people
of the United States we have a man
in the White House who knows this
subject. ”
He said that as a Senator. Mr.
miman once called such arrange
ments "cartel monopolies,” and Sen
itor Hill added: "He hasn't for
gotten the evils and ill* of such
monopolies.”
No one would acknowledge that a
filibuster even was in the making,
out the date was Jugging along
without signs of stopping. Senator
Johnston, Democrat, of South Caro
lina served notice that he was pre
pared to speak against the measure
‘at length.”
Reed Remains Hopeful.
Senator Reed still was hopeful of
getting the bill to a vote this week.
He estimates that on a showdown,
there will not be more than 25 votes
against it.
Senator Reed argues that it is nec
essary to allow the railroads to hold
rate conferences In order to give
the public proper service.
But Senator Hill told the Senate:
"May the Lord help the West and
jthe South if this Congress ever
i passes this bill and turns this Bengal
tiger loose to raid those sections of
the country.”
I Fulton Showed Torpedo
Robert Pulton, American inven
tor, demonstrated in 1805 a method
of destroying ships by exploding a
charge of gunpowder against hulls
under water. The charge was called
a “torpedo,” and was the grand
father of the present weapons.

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