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Black nomination approved by Senate Judiciary Committee. Washington, D.C., Aug. 16. Scene in the Senate Judiciary Committee room after the Committee voted 15 to 4 to report favorable the nomination of Senator Black for the Supreme Court, seated is Sen. Henry Ashurst of Ariz, Chairman of the Committee surrounded by senators of the committee

Black nomination approved by Senate Judiciary Committee. Washington, D.C., Aug. 16. Scene in the Senate Judiciary Committee room after the Committee voted 15 to 4 to report favorable the nomination of Senator Black for the Supreme Court, seated is Sen. Henry Ashurst of Ariz, Chairman of the Committee surrounded by senators of the committee

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